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FRIDAY, October 19, 2007


FRIDAY, October 19, 2007


Groundbreaking set for Pineda Causeway


BY TONY JUDNICH
Staff writer
MELBOURNE A groundbreak-
ing ceremony for the realignment
of the Pineda Causeway is set for 4
p.m. Friday, Dec. 14.
The ceremony will be just south
of the Pineda Plaza shopping cen-
ter, southeast of the causeway and
Wickham Road.
Brevard County commissioner
Mary Bolin announced the ground-
breaking at the commission's Oct. 9


meeting.
"It's a monumental event," she
said.
Officials said when completed,
the overall Pineda realignment and
extension project will provide a
four-lane connection between
State Road A1A and Interstate 95.
The realigned, four-lane Pineda
Causeway will curve south of the
Pineda Plaza to Wickham Road and
eventually will run west to 1-95. The
existing, three-lane section of the
causeway north of the plaza will


"Its a monumental event"'

Mary Bolin,
Brevard County commissioner
stay open.
The cost of realigning Pineda and
extending it to 1-95 is estimated at
$27 million. County Transportation
Engineering Department director
John Denninghoff said the state will
pay about $12 million of the cost,
and the county will pay the rest with
impact fees and gas tax revenue.


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Photo courtesy of Tom Shank
Residents of Hollywood Estates, Jack Swellie, Don Elliot, Bill Mayer, Dominic Algeria and Wally Gahr construct a
memorial to U.S. soldiers. The monument and flag stand at the entrance to the West Melbourne subdivision.



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entrance to Hollywood Estates is planned for 1 p.m.,
Nov. 11.


BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
WEST MELBOURNE -
Instead of just seeing red
when their flagpole disap-
peared after the 2004 hur-
ricane season, some Hol-
lywood Estates residents
are seeing red, white and
blue.
"After the storms of '04,
our (common area man-
ager Denley Daw)
removed the flagpole in
front of our clubhouse,"
said Dominic Algeria,
president of the Holly-
wood Estates homeown-
ers' association. "Many of
our veterans and residents
were pretty upset."
Mr. Daw disputes Mr.
Algeria's assertion that he


removed the flagpole, say-
ing the pole blew down
during the storms and that
it wasn't being used at the
time, anyway.
The difference of opin-
ion reflects a deeper rift
between the homeowners'
association and the com-
munity's management.
For the past three years,
the two groups have been
at odds over a variety of
issues, ranging from pric-
ing for cable TV service to
maintenance of common
areas.
The battles have escalat-
ed to the point where both
parties retained attorneys
andc filed lawsuits.
Despite their differ-
I See HOLLYWOOD, A4


Mrs. Bolin said work on the one-
mile, realigned section of Pineda
between U.S. 1 and Wickham Road
is anticipated to start in January or
February and could take about 18
months to complete.
County officials are working with
Florida East Coast Railroad and
Florida Department of Transporta-
tion officials on how the new road
will cross the railroad track just east
of U.S. 1. County officials propose
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School


district


adjusts


calendar
BY TONY JUDNICH
Staff writer
VIERA Changes to the
school calendar for Brevard
Public Schools mean stu-
dents won't be in class at
any of the 19 district
schools that serve as polling
sites during major elec-
tions.
Officials said the changes
were made in light of some
parents' concerns about
sexual predators and
offenders voting at the
school sites.
"This change alleviates
the need to have the public
coming and going from a
school to vote while classes
are in session," Brevard
Public Schools' spokesman
Wes Sumner said. "This was
not in reaction to any spe-
cific past incidents, but
rather preventative for the
future."
The school board recently
approved changing election
days to student holidays for
the 2007-08 and 2008-09
school years. Calendar
changes in subsequent
years "will be assessed at a
later time, and the decision
will ultimately rest with the
school board," Mr. Sumner
said.
For this school year's cal-
endar, officials made Tues-
day, Jan. 29, 2008 when
voters will cast votes in the
presidential primary and
for the proposed Super
Homestead property tax
measure a student holi-
day, as well as a profession-
al development day for
teachers.
In addition, officials
changed Feb. 18, 2008 from
a professional development
day/student holiday to a
teacher/student holiday,
and made the last day for
students June 3, 2008,
instead of June 2, 2008.
In the district's 2008-09
calendar, the presidential
Election Day on Tuesday,
Nov. 4, 2008, becomes a
professional development
day/student holiday.
Also, Feb. 16, 2009 was
changed from a profession-
al development day/stu-
dent holiday to a
teacher/student holiday,
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West Melbourne begins


long-range vision process

Community leaders attend first kickoff meeting;
public meetings will follow to make 2030 plan


Staff photo by Gretchen Sauerman
West Melbourne City Council member Virginia Blanchard meets
Alex David of Miami Shores- based Bell David Planning Group dur-
ing a kickoff meeting for the city's upcoming visioning process.


BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
WEST MELBOURNE While many
people claim to have 20-20 hindsight,
city leaders hope they have 20-30 fore-
sight.
That is, foresight into what West
Melbourne could look like in the year
2030, if leaders start planning now.
"This is your chance to take a look at
your city's comprehensive plan and


make sure it is exactly what you want,"
said Jerry Hamilton Bell, principal at
Miami Shores-based Bell David Plan-
ning Group.
Mr. Bell addressed an audience of
more than 25 West Melbourne resi-
dents, council members and city staff
members during the Oct. 12 kickoff
meeting for the city's visioning
process.

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The meeting was a chance
for homeowners' associa-
tion presidents and others
in the community to meet
the members of the Bell
David team. Attendees were
treated to lunch at the Olive
Garden.
The visioning exercise is a
two-step process. First,
information is collected
from the community to cre-
ate an evaluation and
appraisal report. Second,
that information is incorpo-
rated into the city's compre-
hensive plan.
The city will pay Bell
David Planning Group
$90,000 to conduct both
steps of the process, said
planning director Christy
Fischer.
Members of the Bell David
Planning Group will set up
an informational booth at
the West Melbourne Farm-
ers' Market, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.,
Oct. 28. The market is locat-
ed at Crossroads Park, just
north of City Hall.
The preview meetings
lead to the Visioning Fortim,
9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday,
Nov. 10.
"We want as large and
diverse a group as possible
to attend the Nov. 10 meet-
ing," said Mr. Bell.


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Mr. Bell challenged the
audience to spread the word
about the visioning process
and the workshop.
Workshop attendees will
take a visual preference sur-
vey, in which audience
members view different
urban planning designs and
decide which would be most
appropriate for West Mel-
bourne.
Attendees will then break
into smaller groups to dis-
cuss community values,
parks, infrastructure, trans-
portation and land use
issue.
After a lunch break, atten-
dees will attempt to come to
agreement on the most criti-
cal issues facing-West Mel-
bourne, such as traffic,
infrastructure and identity.
Dennis and Terry Dorski,
both board members on the
Hunter's Creek homeown-
ers' association, listened
closely to the presentation.
"There needs to be another
north/south road in West
Melbourne," said Mrs. Dorski.
Because their subdivision
is west of the intersection of
Greenboro Drive and Wick-
ham Road, the Dorskis
believe that area of roadway
should be looked at more
closely. Northbound drivers

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and the last day for students
was changed from June 1,
2009 to June 2, 2009.
To see detailed district
calendar information, visit
www.brevard.k12.fl. us.
Cmdr. Doug Waller, who
leads the Brevard County
Sheriff's Office's Sexual
Offender Registration and
Tracking Unit, told Home-
town News in September
there have been no assaults
of children by sexual preda-
tors 'or offenders at school
polling places.
But last month, county
officials began work on a
proposed ordinance that
would prevent sexual
offenders and predators
from voting at school sites.
County Sheriff Jack Parker
"has received complaints
from parents that sexual
offenders and predators,
have been allowed to go on
school campuses to vote,"
Tom Jenkins, the Sheriff's


must idle in the left-hand
lane of Wickham Road to
turn left onto Greenboro
Drive.
"We've had three acci-
dents at that same corner so
far," said Mr. Dorski.
West Melbourne resident
and planning and zoning
board member Barbara
Whitley has seen many
changes in her city since
moving there in 1977.
"What is our community
all about?" said Mrs. Whit-
ley. "We're really not a man-
ufacturing area. We're end-
ing up to be the bedroom
community for Harris and
Grumman workers."
Mrs. Whitley said she
hopes the visioning process
will help West Melbourne
establish a stronger identity.
"We want to make sure
everyone gets involved,"
said Alex David, principal,
Bell David Planning Group.
For information on
upcoming events, call Kelly
Delmonico, West Melbourne
city planner, at (321) 727-
7700, Ext. 179 or visit
www.westmelbourne.org.
Contact Gretchen. Sauer-
man at (321) 751-5961 or at
Sauerman@hometownnew-
sol.com.


Office's chief administrative
officer, told county commis-
sioners at their Sept. 11
meeting. "We think it would
be advisable to have a vot-
ing alternative" for such
offenders and predators
who have not lost the right
to vote.
Commissioners agreed
and directed county attor-
ney Scott Knox to draw up a
proposed ordinance that
would require any sexual
offender and predator who
has not lost the right to vote
to cast their ballots utilizing
early voting such as at a
city hall or library or
absentee ballot voting.
Commissioners are
expected to vote on the pro-
posed ordinance at an
upcoming meeting.
Contact Tony Judnich at
(321) 751-5954 or Jud-
nich@hometownnewsol. co
m.


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Council stalls affordable-housing project


Parkway Place
Apartments
approval delayed
until April 2008
BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer

MELBOURNE Plans for a
216-unit affordable housing
project stalled, bringing cheers
from residents living near the
proposed site.
Council members delayed
site plan approval for Parkway
Place Apartments, located at
the southeast comer of Wick-
ham Road and Parkway Drive
until late April 2008.
Nearly 200 residents neigh-
boring the proposed project
packed the Oct. 9 City Council
meeting to decry the develop-
er's plans.
Prior to the public hearing,
Cliff Repperger, an attorney for
The Richmond Group of Flori-
da, asked the council to post-
pone the hearing until Dec. 11
to allow his client time to meet
with concerned neighbors.
Because more than 20 resi-
dents requested time to speak
on the issue, Mayor Harry
Goode told the audience he
would allow them to speak.
He cautioned audience
members that if they chose to
speak during the Oct 9 meet-
ing, they would not be allowed
to speak during the later hear-
ing.
Council member Joanne
Corby disagreed with Mayor
Goode's assertion, saying
everyone had a First Amend-
ment right to speak. Her state-
ment drew a roar of approval
from the audience, with some
members shouting at Mayor
Goode.
"My personal input is not
important," said Mayor Goode.
"I don't care one way or the
other about the project"
Audience members contin-
ued to voice disapproval of
Mayor Goode's plan, but the
majority of speakers deferred
their comments until the later
hearing.
One group of homeowners
was so concerned about the
project that they brought attor-
ney Thomas McIntee from
Orlando to address the council.
"Tonight you have the
unique opportunity of hind-
sight," said Mr. McIntee.
Citing problems with crime
and safety at the Wickham
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Photo courtesy of city of Melbourne
This is an artist's rendering of the pool and clubhouse area for the Parkway Place apart-
ments. The city postponed deliberations on the project's site plan after nearly 200 neigh-
bors attended the Oct. 9 city council meeting to express their concerns about the project.


"My personal input is not important. I don't
care one way or the other about the project."

Melbourne Mayor Harry Goode


Club affordable housing proj-
ect nearby, he argued that
promises of safeguards and
traffic control by the developer
didn't pan out in the last proj-
ect
"History does repeat itself,"
he said. "You can dress it up,
but it's still the same project as
Wickham Club."
Gloria Robinson, a resident
at nearby James Landing,
argued that adding Parkway
Place to the area's Wickham
Club and Hampton Green
affordable housing projects
would saturate the area.
She claimed that having the
three projects in close proximi-
ty would increase competitive
gang activity, and urged the
council to disperse affordable
housing projects throughout
the city rather than concentrat-
ing them in one area.
.- Vehicle burglaries increased
473 percent in the area near
Wickham Club Apartments in
a year, based on the most


recent data available, accord-
ing to report provided by Mel-
bourne Police Department.
City Council members
requested the crime report
before making the decision on
the site plan.
In the year prior to July 1,
2005, there were 11 vehicle
burglaries, and in the year fol-
lowing July 1, 2005, there were
52, according to the report.
After hearing the arguments,
city attorney Paul Gougelman
cautioned the council not to
vote against the site plan with-
out good reason.
"The council really has no
control over whether some-
thing is affordable or not, or a
condo versus a rental," he said.
He warned that the Florida
and Federal Fair Housing Acts
prevent a city from denying a
project based on socio-eco-
nomic discrimination.
Site plan approval or disap-
proval, he said, needs to be
based on a very narrow set of


criteria, such as ingress and
egress, lighting, parking and
compatibility with the neigh-
borhood.
Ms. Corby questioned Mr.
Repperger about the project,
asking why the developer flip-
flopped between plans for a
216-unit affordable housing
project and a 152-unit higher-
end condominium project last
year.
She then read a statement,
citing problems with the state-
run Sadowski Act of 1992,
which provides funding for
affordable housing projects.
"The legislature knows the
SadowskiAct was broken," said
Ms. Corby "The next review
process comes up in April
2008."
Ms. Corby then made a
motion to table discussions of
the project until the state has a
chance to fix the program.
Her motion was unani-
mously approved, with vice
mayor Mark LaRusso arguing
that either way the council
voted, they would likely get
sued.
Contact Gretchen Sauerman
at (321) 751-5961 or at Sauer-
man@hometownnewsol. corn.


WEEK IN

REVIEW

West Melbourne council selects new member

WEST MELBOURNE City Council members select-
ed a former legislative assistant to fill the seat vacated
when Charles Settgast resigned last month.
Stephany Eley, a teacher and former aid to State Rep.
Thad Altman, R-Viera, was chosen from a field of seven
candidates for the post.
Council members convened a special Saturday morn-
ing meeting to interview the candidates Oct. 13.
Among the candidates were Sharon Coffin, a retired
credit and finance manager; Michael Galotola, a retired
auditor from Northrop Grumman; Candice Graves, a
tactical officer at Florida Air Academy; Raymond
Huskey, a retired trucking company owner; Christopher
Paluszek, an information technology consultant; and
John Tice, a former coach and athletic director at Bre-
vard Christian School.
Ms. Eley will be sworn in during the regular council
meeting Oct. 16.
"All seven were great candidates with impressive back-
grounds," said council member John D'Amico.

City Council approves plans for 196-unit
apartment complex

MELBOURNE By a narrow 4-3 margin, the City Coun-
cil approved a 196-apartment development at the intersec-
tion of Dairy Road and Eber Boulevard.
Pine Creek Meadows apartments will include tennis
courts, a playground, a pool and a par-3 golf course for resi-
dents, said Jake Wise, civil engineer with Construction Engi-
neering Group.
Council member Mark LaRusso expressed concern about
the density of the development and the impact on traffic.
The city is allowing 11.14 units per acre for the 17.6-acre par-
cel because the developer built other sections of the Pine
Creek subdivision at significantly less than the allowable six
units per acre.
"Dairy Road is quickly becoming another Wickham
Road," said Mr. LaRusso.
Council members Cheryl Palmer, Joanne Corby and Mr.
LaRusso dissented. Mayor Harry Goode and council mem-
bers Kathy Meehan, John Thomas and Richard Contreras
voted to OK the plan.

Commissioners recognize Domestic Violence
Awareness Month

VIERA The Brevard County Commissidners Oct. 9
approved a resolution recognizing October as "Domestic
Violence Awareness Month."
Many victims and survivors of domestic violence, along
with members of the Domestic Violence Task Force of Bre-
vard County, joined in the recognition after having walked
to the county Government Center fromViera Regional Park
as partof a walk called "Steps Against Domestic Violence."
Groups that belong to the Domestic Violence Task Force
of Brevard County include the Women's Center of Mel-
bourne, Serene Harbor Domestic Violence Shelter of Palm
Bay and the University of Central Florida's Women's Studies
Program.
At the commission meeting, commissioner Truman Scar-
borough noted how many victims of domestic-violence are
harmed by people they know well.
"It's our responsibility as citizens of a community to reach
out to our neighbors and be aware," Mr. Scarborough said.

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Rep. Allen's trial moves to Viera


BY DARRELL JOHNSON
Staff writer
State Rep. Bob Allen, R-Merritt
Island, will go to trial Nov. 5 despite
plans to begin jury selection earlier.
Brevard County Judge Oscar Hotus-
ing ruled Oct. 12 that Rep. Allen's
defense team was not ready to pro-
ceed.
Greg Eisenmenger, Rep. Allen's attor-
ney, had previously waived Rep. Allen's
right to a speedy trial and scheduled
the Nov. 5 date.
But legal requirements governing the
right to go to trial within 90 days of
being charged created a snag, Mr.
Eisenmenger said.
If the trial had been delayed and Rep.
Allen had been convicted by a jury, his
team would have been restricted from
appealing the verdict if the right to a
speedy trial had been waived, Mr.
Eisenmenger said.
Rep. Allen took the witness stand
Oct. 4 for the first time since his July 11
arrest on a misdemeanor charge of
soliciting for prostitution.
He was charged following a conver-
sation with Titusville Police Depart-
ment Officer Daniel Kavanaugh about
paying $20 for oral sex.
The discussion took place in the


men's restroom at Space View Park in
downtown Titusville.
Officer Kavanaugh was in the park
with two other officers performing sur-
veillance in an area where burglaries
had occurred.
Titusville Police Department Cpl.
Erich Barrett and Officer Kavanaugh
each said that, as he was being placed
in Cpl. Barrett's police car, Rep. Allen
asked whether it would make a differ-
ence if he told them he was a state leg-
islator.
The conversation was not taped,
however, and each officer offered
slightly different wording.
Rep. Allen testified that his actual
words were, "I don't know if it makes
any difference, but when you get to the
car you'll see I'm a state legislator."
He said he wanted to alert the offi-
cers to the presence of documents in
the vehicle and an identification tag in
the rear window.
Both Mr. Eisenmenger and Assistant
State Attorney Pat Whitaker presented
previous legal decisions to back up
their arguments.
"I'll have to read the cases and give it
a lot of thought," Judge Hotusing said.
As of press time he had not released
his ruling.
He promised both attorneys it would


be available in plenty of time to pre-
pare their cases.
Judge Hotusing ruled that $800 in
cash Officer Kavanaugh found in a
bank envelope in Rep. Allen's car
would not be admissible as evidence.
Rep. Allen had left his wallet in the
vehicle before going into the restroom,
and he had "two dollars and change" in
his pockets at the time he was reported
to have offered $20 for sex.
Rep. Allen said the money was part of
a withdrawal he had made to pay bills.
The judge said the presence of the
eight $100 bills was not significant
because a charge of solicitation does
not depend on whether the perpetra-
tor has the cash to pay.
The judge also moved the trial to the
Harry T. and Harriette V. Moore Justice
Center inViera.
The jury pool there would be larger
and more diverse than it would be in
Titusville, he said.
If Rep. Allen is convicted of the sec-
ond-degree misdemeanor, he would
face a possible 60-day jail sentence.
The trial will begin at 9 a.m. Nov. 5.
Contact Darrell Johnson at (321) 751-
5964 or
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Hollywood
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ences, both sides can agree
that the new flagpole and
monument erected at the
mobile home park's front
entrance are good for the
community.
"I think it's wonderful,"
said Mr. Daw. "It's a wel-
come addition for the com-
munity."
Because of the ongoing
disputes with Mr. Daw, the
homeowners' association
decided to petition the city
of West Melbourne for per-
mission to erect the flagpole
on a city-controlled right-
of-way, rather than on Hol-
lywood Estates property,
said Mr. Algeria.
A resident paid for the flag


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and received permission
from the city to put up the
pole he said.
City Council member
John D'Amico, a former Hol-
lywood Estates resident,
commended the group's
efforts to memorialize those
who serve or have served in
the armed forces.
"I congratulate Mr. Algeria
and all the residents of Hol-
lywood Estates for support-
ing our troops, past and
present," said Mr. D'Amico.
To accompany the flag
and 25-foot flagpole, a brick
and granite monument
honors "those veterans who
paid the supreme sacrifice
so that we may live in


peace."
Members of the Holly-
wood Estates Men's Club,
including bricklayer and
World War II airman Jack
Swellie, helped construct
the monument.
Homer Gillespie, who
received a Purple Heart
when he served in the
Marines during the Korean
War, joined the patriotic
crew as well.
"This monument says a
lot for the people in the
service," said Mr. Gillespie.
Tom Shank, who served in
the Air Force during the
Vietnam War, Bill Mayer,
who served in the Navy dur-
ing World War II and Ken


Brunner, who served in a
civilian capacity during the
Vietnam War, joined Mr.
Algeria, also a veteran, dur-
ing the final inspection.
"It helps bring public
awareness to what's going
on in this world," said Mr.
Shank. "It lets people know
there are people fighting for
their freedom."
The monument will be
officially dedicated at 1 p.m.
on Veteran's Day, Nov. 11.
The public is invited to
attend.
Contact Gretchen Sauer-
man at (321) 751-5961 or at
Sauerman@hometownnew-
sol.com.


Applicants sought for Salvation Army Christmas assistance


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS


Applications
accepted for
assistance for


are being
Christmas
low-income


families of South Brevard
County.
People may apply, by
appointment only, from 9
a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Oct. 22-26


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Joe's Club
Oct. 19, 10:30a.m.- 1 p.m.
830 Park Ave., Titusville
One Senior Place Women's Health Fair
Oct. 23,10 a.m. 1 p.m.
8085 Spyglass Hill Rd., Melbourne
St. Sebastian By the Sea
Oct. 24,9 a.m.- 11 a.m.
2010 Oak St., Melbourne Beach


David R. Schechter Community Center
Oct. 25,9 a.m. 12 p.m.
1089 S. Patrick Dr., Satellite Beach
Greater Palm Bay Senior Center
Oct. 26,9 a.m. 12 p.m.
1275 Culver Dr. S.E., Palm Bay


at the Salvation Army, 1080
S. Hickory St., Melbourne.
Make appointments by call-
ing (321) 724-0494.
Toy assistance is for chil-
dren, 15 and younger only. A
legal guardian or custodial
parent must register their
child and must bring pic-
ture identification for all
adults, Social Security cards
for all members of the
household, birth certifi-
cates, proof of income,
proof of expenses and proof
of residency.
For information, call (321)
724-0494.


Andy Griffith
fans welcome
to join club
FOR HOMETOWN NEWS
Highway 6-Checkpoint
Chickee, the local chapter of
The Andy Griffith Show
Rerun Watchers Club
announces it will be having
regular meetings.
Meetings will be 7-8:30 p.m.
third Saturdays, except in
November, in the community
room at Melbourne Square
Mall, Highway 192. The next
meeting is Oct. 20.
Meetings are free. Refresh-
ments will be provided.
For information, e-mail
high way6.checkpointchick-
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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
James McNeil, 57, of 631
Brothers Ave., Melbourne,
was charged Oct. 5 with
grand theft.
Jason Allen Sterling, 27,
of 507 Cheyenne Ave., Mel-
bourne, was charged Oct. 5
with battery-domestic vio-
lence.
Paul Gambill, 37, of 2685
King Richard Road, Mel-
bourne, was charged Oct. 6
with assault and child
abuse.
Joseph Michael Juilian,
27, of 3316 Purdue St., Mel-
bourne, was charged Oct. 6
with grand theft.
Dionte Antonio Smith,
20, of 173 Ulster Lane, Mel-
bourne, was charged Oct. 6
with possession of cocaine,
possession of marijuana
and possession of drug
paraphernalia.
William Michael
Copeland, 44, of 1560
Bridgewater Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged Oct. 7
with assault-domestic vio-
lence.
Joseph Daniel Johnson,
22, of 820 N. Wickham Road,
No. 29, Melbourne, was
charged Oct. 7 with battery-
domestic violence.
Terry Jermaine Johnson,
27, of 618 E. Williams St.,
Melbourne, was charged
Oct. 7 with possession of
cocaine.
Sean Casey Stanley, 28,
of 2028 Stewart Road, No.


64, Melbourne, was charged
Oct. 7 with grand theft and
resisting arrest without vio-
lence.
Christopher James Steel-
man, 23, of 310 Greenway
Court N.W., Palm Bay, was
charged Oct. 7 with two
counts of battery on a law
enforcement officer and
two counts of resisting
arrest with violence.
Mary Jean Birchfield, 25,
of 2609 Panama Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged Oct. 8
with battery-domestic vio-
lence, grand theft, grand
theft auto and two counts of
felony violation of proba-
tion.
Lateef Muhammad, 29,
of 723 E. University Blvd.,
No. 43, Melbourne, was
charged Oct. 8 with battery-
domestic violence, resisting
arrest without violence and
possession of marijuana.
Frederick Douglas Wal-
raven, 28, of 2316 Parsons
Ave., Melbourne, was
charged Oct. 8 with battery-
domestic violence.
Brandolyn Victoria
Cameron, 23, of 314 Holly
Lane, Melbourne, was
charged Oct. 10 with bat-
tery-domestic violence.
Christopher Farrell
Dunkin, 53, address
unknown, was charged Oct.
10 with assault and felony
petty theft.
Johnnie D. Turley, 39, of
1841 Dawn Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged Oct. 10
with criminal mischief and
felony petty theft.

Brevard County
Sherrif's Office
Regan Hughes, 42, of 980
Santa Rosa Drive, Rock-


ledge, was charged Oct. 5
with being a habitual traffic
offender driving on a sus-
pended license.
Derrick Sylvester
McCormick, 22, of 529 S.
Varr Ave., Rockledge, was
charged Oct. 5 with flee-
ing/attempting to elude a
police officer and felony
violation of probation.
Frank Paul Mora III, 44,
address unknown, was
charged Oct. 5 with felony
driving under the influence,
driving with a suspended
license, fleeing/attempting
to elude a police officer,
battery-domestic violence
and resisting arrest without
violence.
Robert Bruce Mucken-
fuss, 40, of 1101 S. Miramar
Ave., No. 302, Indialantic,
was charged Oct. 5 with
possession of a firearm or
concealed weapon by a
convicted felon.
Sarah Elizabeth Volpe,
19, of 270 Baytree Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
Oct. 5 with aggravated
assault on a law-enforce-
ment officer, driving under*
the influence, driving under
the influence causing prop-
erty damage and causing an
accident involving damage
to a vehicle/property.
Christy Anna Young, 19,
of 1628 Kestral Court, Viera,
was charged Oct. 5 with bat-
tery-domestic violence.
Ronald Nelson Freeman,
67, of 6887 Blackberry
Court, Melbourne, was
charged Oct. 6 with battery-
domestic violence.
Hilton Haywood, 36, of
904 Poplar Lane, Mel-
bourne, was charged Oct. 6
with lewd or lascivious bat-
tery.
Dorsey Lee Prothman,


51, of 1037 Marina Drive,
Palm Bay, was charged Oct.
6 with possession of
cocaine.
Charles J. Alverio, 36, of
1065 Bay Sirger St., Palm
Bay, was charged Oct. 7 with
being a habitual traffic
offender.
Danielle Nicolle Cul-
mone, 24, of 839 Bay Harbor
Ave. S.E., Palm Bay, was
charged Oct. 7 with driving
under the influence and
possession of a controlled
substance.
Richard Bernard
Gonder, 29, of 625 Williams
St., Melbourne, was charged
Oct. 7 with felony failure to
appear.
Phillip Chad Hensley, 31,
of 2330 Johnny Ellison
Drive, Melbourne, was
charged Oct. 7 with two
counts of failing to report
change as a sexual offender.
Richard Mosseri, 21, of
515 Conover Ave. N.E., Palm
Bay, was charged Oct. 7 with
being a habitual traffic
offender.
Sean Gregory Harris, 19,
of 50 Berkley St., Unit B223,
Satellite Beach, was
charged Oct. 8 with three
counts of trafficking stolen
property, three counts of
giving false information,
three counts of burglary
and two counts of grand
theft.
Kelley Ann Hunt, 46, of
2730 C22, Melbourne
Beach, was charged Oct. 8
with battery-domestic vio-
lence.
Bonnie J. Santarelli, 37,
of 1818 Highland Ave., Mel-
bourne, was charged Oct. 8
with driving under the
influence, fleeing/attempt-
ing to elude a.police officer
and resisting arrest without


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violence.
Heather Lea Blackford,
31, of 151 Norwood Ave.,
Satellite Beach, was
charged Oct. 9 with posses-
sion of a controlled sub-
stance.
Tia Nicolle Combs, 39,
of 1804 San Antonio Way,
No. 201, Rockledge, was
charged Oct. 9 with
attempting to solicit or con-
spire.
Ann Margaret Conboy,
40, of 1728 Vista Lake Circle,
West Melbourne, was
charged Oct. 9 with battery-
domestic violence.
Elizabeth Ann Deluca,
52, of 27 E. Avenue C, Mel-
bourne, was charged Oct. 9
with trafficking a stolen
substance, possession of a
prescription drug without a
prescription, possession of
cocaine and two counts of
possession' of drug para-
phernalia.
Shawn P. Guinan, 20, of
798 Bianca Drive, Palm Bay,
was charged Oct. 9 with
robbery-home invasion,
burglary-assault and bat-
tery, and grand theft.
Tyron Montiez Amos,
32, of 228 Forecast Lane,
Viera, was charged Oct. 10
with contempt of court and
failure to appear.
Michael Kent Pierce Jr.,
26, of 950 Victoria Place,
Melbourne, was charged
Oct. 10 with being a fugitive


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from justice.
Richard James Quinn,
28, of 1127 Homer St. N.W.,
Palm Bay, was charged Oct.
10 with assault.
Tramain Antonio
Edwards, 19, of 525 Geiger
Court, Palm Bay, 'was
charged Oct. 11 with pos-
session of marijuana and
two counts each of burglary
and grand theft.
Jennifer Leigh Ericksen,
20, of 850 Everglade Ave.
S.E., Palm Bay, was charged
Oct. 11 with four counts
each of burglary and grand
theft.
Timothy Vincent Ker-
stetter, 26, of 1068 Spark-
man St., Melbourne, was
charged Oct. 11 with aggra-
vated assault.
Brenda Rose Wong, 44,
of 113 Joy Way, Melbourne,
was charged Oct. 11 with
sale of cocaine.

Florida Highway
Patrol
Timothy David Timblin,
58, of 2028 Stewart Road,
Melbourne, was charged
Oct. 10 with causing an
accident involving damage
to a vehicle or property,
driving with a suspended
license, possession of a con-
trolled substance and driv-
ing under the influence.


Causeway
From page Al


building a temporary four-lane
crossing, and later an overpass
across the track once plans and
funding are finalized.
A Florida East Coast Railroad
permit is expected to be issued
after an agreement with the FDOT
to fund the overpass is approved,
Harriett Raymond, special proj-
ects coordinator for the county
Transportation Engineering -
Department, wrote in a report to
commissioners.


Commissioners on Oct. 9
approved bidding the realign-
ment project without the permit
for the railroad crossing.
"The project would be bid so
that the contractor is directed to
start construction on that portion
of the project west of the FEC rail-
road and that he would be given a
notice to proceed on the remain-
-der of the project, upon receipt of--
the FEC permit," Ms. Raymond
said in the report. "In the event



the FEC permit is delayed for any
reason, then the widening across
the FEC (property) will also be
delayed. With or without the FEC
permit, the project would provide
extensive relief to the traffic con-
gestion currently occurring at
Wickham Road and the Pineda
Causeway."
Pending approval, construction
-of--the-overpass over the railroad
track would begin in 2012, with
the FDOT providing a little more


than $26 million for the work.
Officials said the almost three-
mile-long extension of Pineda
from Wickham Road to 1-95 still
has permits pending, but they
anticipate construction on this'
section beginning sometime next
year.
An 1-95/Pineda interchange is
part of the FDOT six-lane widen-
ing project of 1-95.
The FDOT will accept
design/build proposals in


November for construction of the
22-mile segment of 1-95 between
Fiske Boulevard and Malabar
Road.
Work on this segment could
start next year and finish about
two or three years later, county
officials said.
Contact Tony Judnich at (321)
751-5954 or Judnich@hometown-
newsol.com.


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Rants ,


Got something to say?

Call the Hometown Rants & Raves line at

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


Support the municipal band

I would like to voice my support for our hometown
band (Melbourne Municipal Band).
The band plays twice a month usually on a Tuesday and
again on Thursday. Admission is free, but tickets are
required. Tickets can be obtained at several places
around the county, (including) the (Melbourne) auditori-
um and Liberty Bell Museum.
If you can't get tickets, come anyway, because tickets
are usually available at the door.
Our band has many professional musicians, many who
have been band directors or professional performers.
Our attendance has been less than stellar, and I can't
help but wonder if the public is unaware of these con-
certs.
Would like to see you at the next concerts (Oct. 19, Nov.
20 and 22).

Traffic signals on Airport Boulevard need
coordination

Whoever selected the intersection of Airport Boulevard
and Hibiscus Avenue for the photographic detection of
red light runners knew what he was doing.
Frequent drivers proceeding north and south on Air-
port Boulevard are sorely tempted to avoid coming to a
stop.
It is frustrating to sit there waiting for the light to
change while no traffic is passing east and west through
the intersection.
Ten or more cars are often backed up in both directions
on Airport Boulevard.
No, I have not been caught by the camera.
I wholeheartedly support the campaign to apprehend
those who ignore the signal. I think the fine should match
that for exceeding the speed limit by 30 mph and should
be accompanied by an immediate six-month suspension
of driving privileges.
The situation at this intersection has existed for years,
except for a brief period of a few months back. It seemed
then that common sense had been restored.
But it was not for long.
The purpose of this long delay is difficult to fathom.
One would think it wise to encourage traffic to use Air-
port Boulevard instead of congested Babcock Street. Are
we trying to bring more commerce back to Babcock?
Facilitating traffic on Hibiscus (Boulevard) makes the
trip to Melbourne Square (Mall) shorter.
The traffic signal settings at the intersections of Airport
Boulevard with New Haven Avenue and NASA Boulevard
are also detrimental to the movement of traffic.
The signal at Apollo (Boulevard) and Airport Boulevard,
on the other hand, functions as though we had someone
with brains in charge.
We need some of that expertise shown on the other
intersections.

Shelburne's 'Guffin' might
actually be snow job

I live in the Suntree area and really enjoy reading the
Hometown News. Lately, I have been very entertained
with the column by your sports writer Rob Shelburne. He
mentions a new term that I have not heard before. He
calls it "the Guffin," which refers to a double bogey, or two
strokes over the designated par for the hole. In his col-
umn, Mr. Shelburne is very honest that he often experi-
ences "a Guffin."
Now, I have it on good authority that there is another
term out there that refers to a golfer taking (eight) strokes
to complete the golf hole. That I'm told is called the "Shel-
burne Snowman.
Keep up the good work.
Editor's note: "To Guffin" is also a term used to describe
the actions of a person who attempts to get revenge via the
Rants & Raves column.

FEMA's help seems misplaced-

FEMA sent me a letter stating that my address will be
published for requesting assistance for hurricane dam-
ages. I have no problem with them publishing my
address. I did request help, but received very little.
I live in a doublewide mobile home in Canaveral Groves
that was damaged by two of the three hurricanes (in
2004).
The first one took part of my roof and caused a hole in
my front room that leaked down through the window, rot-
ting the window sills, flooding the floors (carpet thrown
out) and the ceiling has a 3-foot hole in it.
I was told that due to my insurance, I could not receive
anything.
My insurance is a forced coverage that only pays off the
loan should the home be destroyed (I could not afford the
other coverage).
They asked if I bought a generator and stated they
would reimburse me for it.


Then came the next hurricane before any repairs were
made. The insurance company said the roof was (more
than) five years old so they would not cover it.
The second hurricane took my screen room off the back
of the house, my back door, my chimney top, my privacy
fence and peeled up the whole backside of my roof caus-
ing water to flood the entire house. All floors were
removed, all kitchen cabinets (along that back wall) were
water damaged and have to be replaced (it would rain
into my kitchen sink and through my stove's vent hood
into my food when I cooked). Almost all the ceiling tiles
have water damage and our brand new $2,000 central (air
conditioning) unit got fried.
I called FEMA. They reimbursed me for the generator.
I appealed, and they sent me approximately $2,000 for
repairs.
My husband is in the military, volunteered twice to go
to Iraq and Kuwait, I am also working. We had to take in
our four grandchildren to raise just as the first hurricane
hit. This in itself was an unexpected expense and to be hit
with an almost unliveable home on top of it was quite a
nightmare. We had to take a second mortgage to buy a
new roof and got a new door and chain-link fence
(because we kept getting fines for having a dog at large)
and to this day have not been able to complete repairs.
I personally saw numerous people get money for dam-
ages that were not even their responsibility to repair.
Apartment dwellers got money to relocate and then did
not. They received money for water damage to carpets
and ceilings that the complex paid to fix. I know one (per-
son who) even got a $500 check to replace a car window
that was broken before they ever moved In.
I was truly infuriated, and I am sure there are plenty of
people like me out there that suffered the same way.
It has been three years now, we put throw rugs down on
the plywood floors, painted the cabinets (to keep out the
mold), got some peel and stick tiles for some of the
rooms, and had to put window (air conditioning) units in
(which doesn't help with the $350-$500 Florida Power and
Light bill), but they keep tripping the circuit breakers and
we have no back porch to go into the backyard (it rotted
and fell in).
But we got reimbursed for the generator. So please, feel
free to come by my address see how FEMA helped.

Great to see corkboard get recognition

I just wanted to say, "Bravo," for the Community Cork-
board finally being recognized as an important part of
your paper.

America founded on freedom of religion

In response to "There should be freedom from religion,
too," I wonder why it is that people have selective memo-
ry and choose to forget that America was founded on the
freedom of religion.
Aside from being in all our founding documents, our
National motto is "In God We Trust."
Clergy and chaplains are employed by the U.S. govern-
ment in the state legislatures, Congress and all military
branches.
Try reading the inscriptions on the Liberty Bell, the Lin-
coln Memorial or the tomb of the unknown soldier.
What statues grace our Library of Congress?
If you do not want to hear about God, then maybe you
should move to a country that was not founded on one.
If this was distressing you so much, then I suggest you
stop using American currency since every piece has "In
God We Trust" written on it.
The first mention of "separation of church and state" is
by Thomas Jefferson. He was writing to the Danbury Bap-
tists. He wanted to ensure that the government could not
dictate religion.
This is a far cry from what people use the term for today.
Look at our history and see for yourself.
As far churches being classified as businesses, you may
stop to think that perhaps this is their accountability sys-
tem. If they are placed under the restrictions as business
are, they have limitations of what they can do and are
accountable for their funds. Churches cannot do whatev-
er they want. In fact they are coming under fire now more
than any other time in American history.
I believe that if America continues this trend of


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Dry cleaning
chemical not a
cancer-causing
agent

To the editor:
A recent business
announcement (Sept. 21)
reported that a newly
opened dry cleaner does
not use perchloroethyl-
ene (perc), "a cancer-
causing agent."
We are sure the intent
wasn't to malign their
own industry, but the dry
cleaner's facts are wrong.
Perc is the most widely
used solvent and, in fact,
became such because of
its general safety and low
toxicity.
It is our understanding
the company is basing its
statement on the fact
that a '16-year phase-out
of perc dry cleaning is
occurring in California.
California has not
declared perc to be a
human carcinogen. In a
nutshell, political
activism by a state board
is what led to the phase-
out. This occurred even
after the board's own staff
told them they were
wrong and this is a mat-
ter of public record.
Meanwhile, two state
environmental agencies
that are not politically
appointed boards have
completed their own
independent, extensive
reviews of perc in the last
couple of years. The con-
clusion by both Oregon
and North Carolina was
that each state felt perc is


unlikely to be a human
carcinogen.
Furthermore, the most
recent study on perc
completed an exhaus-
tive population study in
Europe because of the
excellent medical records
- concluded there was no
elevated cancer risk
based on long-term
exposure to perc.
In the future, you may
,want to check your facts
before maligning an
industry.

William E. Fisher,
Chief executive officer
Drycleaning & Laundry
Institute
Laurel, Md.

Editor's note: It is fair
to say there are many
sides to this issue. Accord-
ing to the U.S. Environ-
mental Protection
Agency's "Consumer Fact
Sheet On: Tetrachloroeth-
ylene," of which per-
chloroethylene is listed as
a trade name, the "maxi-
mum containment level"
for such chemicals is "set
at five, parts per billion"
because "some people
who drink water contain-
ing tetrachloroethylene in
excess of the MCL over
many years could have
problems with their liver
and have an increased
risk of getting cancer." The
Hometown News, by the
way, was directed to the
EPA by a supporter of the
dry cleaning industry
who claimed the EPA had
actually cleared the
chemiicals as potential
carcinogens.


attempting to cut religious. freedoms from our lives that
we will soon have to worship God in secret for fear of per-
secution.
America has done a 180 from what this country was
founded on. Believers cannoitsit on the sidelines any
longer. Our freedom is being attacked. Who will stand up
while they take away our rights. Will it happen when we
are no longer allowed to say the Pledge of Allegiance?
Will it come when people are vandalized or beaten for
their beliefs? Obviously not, since that is happening
now. What will it take to move this generation? It is time
for believers to boldly rise up and declare their God to the
world.
It is not your right to change American history or omit
the parts you do not agree with.
Either be an American citizen or not.
Editor's note: According to Wikipedia: In America,
Enlightenment philosophy (which itself was heavily
inspired by Deist ideals) played a major role in creating
the principle of separation of church and state, expressed
in the religious freedom clause of the First Amendment to
the Constitution. Founding Fathers who were especially
noted for being influenced by such philosophy include
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Rants & Raves
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Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, Cornelius Harnett,
Gouverneur Morris, and Hugh Williamson."
The American Heritage Dictionary describes deism as
"the belief based solely on reason, in a God who created the
universe and then abandoned it, assuming no control over
life, exerting no influence on natural phenomena, and giv-
ing no supernatural revelation."
Wikipedia further states: "Currently (as of 2007), there is
an ongoing controversy in the United States over whether
or not America was founded as a 'Christian nation' based
on Judeo-Christian ideals. This has spawned a subsidiary
controversy over whether the Founding Fathers were Chris-
tians or Deists or something in between. Particularly heat-
ed is the debate over the beliefs of Benjamin Franklin,
Thomas Jefferson, and George Washington, for some of
whom the evidence is mixed. However, Benjamin Franklin
wrote in his autobiography, 'Some books against Deism fell
into my hands ... I soon became a thorough Deist."

No one should be tossed out of U.S.
for expressing opinions

I have been enjoying reading most of the comments from
the Rants & Raves over the last few months.
Although most are battles between people who are "left"
and "right," they usually stay within the confines of editorial
comments.
However, some do stray into a hard line diatribe of how
the writer feels that a certain group is unfit to reside in our
country or should be locked up for their views.
I hope that these views are flights of fancy that are tempo-
rary manifestations of a highly charged emotionally writer.
I would like to think that all opinions and views are
allowed in this country and that the United States is still the
most accepting of various views.
I am of the opinion, however flawed, that the original
intent of the founders of our country was to protect and
defend the various ideas and views of the mixture of people
that inhabit this great land.
I think that they embraced this view because they felt that
no one view or idea would be a perfect path towards great-
ness.
So when I read that a certain group or person should no
longer be allow to enjoy the freedoms or general greatness
of this country, in another reader's comments, I try to
understand why that person feels that they have a more
innate understanding of why a another is outside the
bounds of the USA's protections. Does that person feel (he
is) a more deserving individual and that the originators of
our country singled out their group to enjoy the protection
and greatness of our country, while excluding the group that
they disagree with?
I doubt it, but some of the comments do make that
impression. I cannot imagine writing that someone who
does not completely agree my opinion should be removed
from our country. Such diatribe is a scary refrain of banana
republics. I truly hope that I am just reading more into the
message of an (angry) writer.
Finally, to all my fellow contributors I offer my humble
piece of advise, if you live in a glass house, don't throw
stones.

Stay in Florida, fight lobbyists

Do not flee to another state; stay here and fight.
This is your Florida, not the domain of inept politicians
and special interest groups and lobbyists who have manipu-
lated the tax reform.
We need to vote out the legislators who are involved with
lobbyists. This would also help out the home insurance
debacle. Let's clean house. Let's give more support to Gov.
Crist and (Mark) Rubio. We are taxpayers with the power to


vote.

There's more to sports than football

For the past several years, I have been reading the Home-
town News and it always amazes me that the sports writers
for Brevard County mainly give attention to football or soc-
cer.
The latest issue had a half page article and picture of the
losing football team for Satellite Beach High.
Does this writer realize Satellite High has one of the No. 1
ranked swim teams in the state, both boys and girls. Yet,
there is never a mention of this team? It isn't even included
in the upcoming events calendar.
Please do more in-depth reporting of other sports besides
football.

Purchase products 'Made in the USA'

"Made in the USA"' was once a product label symbolizing
the pride, patriotism and prosperity of America.
That label and, in my estimation, the patriotism it repre-
sents, is becoming increasingly hard to find.
Whether to China, India, Mexico, Central or South Ameri-
ca, our politicians and their corporate masters are selling
our nation's jobs to the cheapest bidder.
This was brought home to me when I tried to find orange
juice made in Florida, or even in the U.S. Reading several
labels, I discovered most brands contained juice or concen-
trate from other countries.
Just one consisted totally of juice from U.S. oranges.
Another rude awakening came when I tried to buy some-
thing as simple as a kitchen spatula. Wanting one made in
the U.S., I wandered from store to store, inspecting spatula
after spatula. Finally, among all the spatulas made in China,
I found one actually made in the U.S. I purchased it and
brought it home.
A few months later, however, I picked up that same brand
of spatula and read the words, "Made in China."
Innocuous as they may seem; those three simple words
represent devastated American lives and, likely, another
manufacturing plant left empty and crumbling in the ele-
ments.
In his inauguration speech, President John E Kennedy
said, "Ask not what your country can do for you, but what
you can do for your country."
For me, doing what I can for my country includes careful-
ly reading the labels of products I buy and as much as possi-
ble, buying those made exclusively in the U.S.
"Proud USA company" or distributed by "such and such"
company in the U.S., can be weasel words that really mean a
corporation's offices may be here, but production takes
place overseas.
By purchasing products that bear the proud words, "Made
in the USA," we support and encourage American industry.
We also put food on the tables of America's hard-working
middle class and in the mouths of our nation's children.

Insurance solicitors should double
check their sources

My wife passed away in 1997 and never resided at my cur-
rent address.
She recently received a solicitation from an insurance
agent who is friendly with cavemen and a green thing.
I don't know where these people get their mailing lists
from, but it would behoove them to check their sources.

Those who don't like high taxes should leave

To the person who is unhappy that his taxes are higher
(than his neighbor's):.Did you forget that they have been
here in the state paying taxes for 30 years?
How about the fact that there are people here in this state
(who) actually are not happy that you (the late comers) ran


up the price of housing so high that a native-born Floridian
can no longer afford to buy a house in the neighborhood
they grew up in.
If you were a wise consumer, you would have known all
the tax aspects before you purchased your home in Florida.
Now at this late date, you want to whine about it and change
the rules in your favor.
Sorry folks. If you don't like the way we do things here in
Florida, you have a choice to make.
By the way, don't let the door hit you on the way out.
Don't forget, they give away boxes at the grocery stores. It
might be the only free gift you'll get.
Relish it.

Democrats destroying legacy
of Founding Fathers

One thing is perfectly clear, we have traitors in our
midst, and they are all Democrats.
The recent Gen. Petraeus Congressional hearings once
again unmasked the "We support the troops, but..."
crowd by demonstrating everything after the word "but"
goes directly to undermine the troops.
They accomplished this by:
Democratic Party talking points sounding hauntingly
similar to Osama bin Laden's.
Unprecedented discounts by left wing media offered
to organizations carrying out a propaganda campaign
against Gen. Petraeus.
Employing their characteristic politics of personal
destruction, attempting to destroy the general through
character assassination and accusations of untruthful-
ness before his report was made public.
Planting lunatics in the audience to heckle him dur-
ing testimony.
Democratic Congressmen and Senators disrespecting
the general during their statements and questioning
throughout the hearings.
Democrats desperately seeking to derive similarities
between the Iraq and Vietnam wars have finally given us
one. When the war hero came home, they all spit on him.
The contempt the Democrats displayed toward Gen.
Petraeus was a slap in the face to every member of the
U.S. military. The failure of the Democratic presidential
candidates to denounce such treasonous behavior
proves each unworthy to be elected Commander in
Chief.

Short not always better

To the writer of "Trim the rants:"
Some things can't be said in a 3-inch space and get the
message out that you want.
Suggestion to you: If the dialogue is more than 3 inches,
don't read it.
Was this short and sweet enough?
Editors: Don't stop. You know what you're doing.

Space Coast Area Transit is helpful

One day, three of us took a bus from the mall to go on
the casino boat.
When we got there, one person realized (he) didn't
have an ID with. (him). They wouldn't let us on the boat.
"What do we do, now?" we asked.
"Well you can sit here for five hours or you can take a
bus to the beach or go shopping."
We wanted to go home, so we got on a SCAT bus. (The
driver) said we would have to take four different buses,
but they would give us free passes.
The bus drivers and the people on the buses were very
friendly and helpful. We got to go on a scenic tour and
saw things and places we never saw before.
It took a little time to get home, but it was a wonderful
experience we will never forget.
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GSI's clients include Aero-
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Workspace in the 72,000-
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posters, apparel samples
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Whenever possible,
employees are placed in the
market that interests them
most. With such a wide vari-
ety of clients, workers are
able to find a good fit, Mr.
Wood said.
Younger workers often
choose trendier markets,
such as Aeropostale, while
sports fans might pick Dick's
Sporting Goods.
Last year, GSI hired a simi-
lar number of seasonal
workers, offering approxi-
mately 70 of them full-time
positions after the season
was over, said Mr. Wood.
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Pa.
The name changed from
Global Sports Inc., to GSI
Commerce in May 2002, the
same year the Melbourne
call center was opened, said
Mr. Ryan.
"Melbourne is home to
our most experienced cus-
tomer care center," he said.
As word gets out about the
seasonal jobs available at
GSI, a steady stream of
applicants can be seen
entering the facility.
After filling out an appli-
cation, job-seekers receive
an appointment to take a
brief test on typing and
computer navigation skills,
said Mr. Wood.
Before receiving an offer,
the company performs
background screening and
credit checks on all appli-
cants, he said.
With more than 18 years
in the call center business,
Mr. Wood has seen the
industry evolve to a more
customer-focused business
model.
"The customer has a
greater voice now," he said.
"We listen, do surveys and
get feedback."
Employees also receive
feedback on their perform-


Kaitlin Norton/staff photographer
Melbourne resident Tiffany Beshears finishes her last day
of training at GSI Commerce last week. GSI Commerce is
hiring more than 500 seasonal employees for its Mel-
bourne-based call center.


ance, Mr. Wood said.
"We give quarterly reviews
to everyone," he said.
Several career paths are
available for full-time work-
ers, including area man-
agers, floor managers and
members of the trouble-
shooting escalation team.
Commissioned sales posi-
tions are also available.
More than 99 percent of
the calls are incoming, with
a rare follow up call to an
existing customer, said Mr.
Wood.
Because the call center is
open 24 hours a day, seven
days a week, many different
shifts are available.


Employees receive several
scheduled breaks where
they can watch TV or play
pool or air hockey in GSI's
break room.
After three months, some
employees will be allowed to
work from home, said Mr.
Wood.
For an application, visit
GSI Commerce at 915 South
Babcock St. between 8 a.m.
and 5 p.m., Monday-Friday.
For more information, call
(321) 309-9800.
Contact Gretchen Sauer-
man at (321) 751-5961 or at
Sauerman@hometownnew-
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FOR HOMETOWN NEWS
The Brevard County
AAUW Chapter is looking
for some missing charter
members.
The group hopes to invite
all charter members to a
50th anniversary luncheon
Dec. 8.


Organizers are looking for
Edith Andrews, Joan Berolet,
Jean Blackwood, Leo Quinn
Brawley, Vivian Campbell,
Mrs. Joseph C. Dowdle,
Louise Forgey, Iris Harris,
Bonita Harrison, Mrs.
Edward Holliday, Therese
Hudson, Dorothy Ice, Bever-
ly ann Kuiken, Helen


Lamkin, Arline Mansfield,
Lillian McDonald, Carolyn
Moser, Edna Raby, Laura
Rogers, Marianne Winlder
and Laura Woodward.
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(321) 773-0079 or Eason-
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Cut-a-thon fights
breast cancer
A cut-a-thon benefiting
the Susan G. Komen Breast
Cancer Foundation is
planned Oct. 21 at Darlene
McGee's Silhouette Hair
Salon, 3088 Lake Washing-
ton Road, Melbourne.
Designer haircuts from
top stylists will be $20,
which in turn will be donat-
ed toa the charity.
To make an appointment,
call (321) 242-2594.

TRDA plans
seminar
The Technological
Research and Development
Authority will host a free
seminar on intellectual
property, patents, trade-
marks, copyrights, trade
secrets and confidentiali-
ty/non-disclosure agree-
ments.
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p.m. Oct. 23 at the TRDA
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1050 W. NASA Blvd., Mel-
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than 14 years, will conduct
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Trick or treat at mall
Members of the Simon
Kidgits Club who are 12 and
younger may trick or treat
inside the Melbourne
Square Mall.
The event will be 6-8 p.m.
Oct. 31 at the mall, 1700 W
New Haven Ave.
For information, call (321)
727-2000.

C.J. Banks comes
to Avenue Viera
Christopher & Banks Corp.
will open its newest C.J.
Banks store in The Avenue
Viera Mall in November.
The store will create eight
to 10 new jobs.
This Minnesota-based
company is a specialty retail-
er of women's casual apparel
for sizes 14 and higher.


Lisa Gurri has been named
chief executive officer off
the Brevard Health Alliance.
She was instrumental in
the formation of Brevard
County's only federally
qualified health center.


She joins the alliance from
Health First. She has 20
years experience in man-
agement of medical non-
profit organizations.
The alliance operates clin-
ics in Palm Bay, Melbourne
and Cocoa, as well as a
mobile health program.

Dr. Gisela Wagner
joins MIMA
MIMA announces the
addition of Dr. Gisela Wagn-
er.
She will work with patients
who have ear, nose and
throat issues.
Most recently, Dr. Wagner
was a clinical assistant pro-
fessor in the Department of
Otolaryngolgy at the Uni-
versity of Oklahoma Health
Sciences Center.
To make an appointment,
call (321) 729-8079.

Dr. Domkowski


Dr. Patrick W. Domkowski
has received the Cancer
Liaison Physician Outstand-
ing Performance Award
from the American College
of Surgeon's Commission on
Cancer.
He represents the commu-


nity cancer program at
Holmes Regional Medical
Center and Palm Bay Com-
munity Hospital.
He was one of 55 physi-
cians nationwide to receive
this award.

Credit union
members use Presto!
Kennedy Space Center
Federal Credit Union mem-
bers can now use their ATM
cards at any Publix Presto!
ATMs with no fees or
charges.
For information, visit
www.kscfcu.org or call (321)
455-9400.

Watersong sales
center now open
VIERA Senior Living
Communities, a developer
of retirement communities
in the Southeast, has
opened its sales center for
Watersong, a new retire-
ment community in Viera.
The center is in One
Senior Place, 8085 Spyglass
Hill Road.
Hours will be 8:30 a.m. to 5
p.m. Monday to Friday.
For an appointment, all
Shelly Lockhart at (321) 253-
6324.
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Melbourne resident Myint Swe demonstrates how to roll
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Camp, a pilot course launched by Brevard Community
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In front of Dick's Sporting
Goods at the mall, 1700 W.
New Haven Ave., Mel-


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Faithful celebrate


'Miracle of Sun'


BY TONY JUDNICH
StMff writer
MELBOURNE-One hun-
dred and fifty people attend-
ed a rally for peace and a cel-
ebradon of the 90th
anniversary of the Miracle of
the Sun at Fatima.
The rally and celebration
took place, Ocr?"t.- he
Holy FarliyThurc.- 8 N.
Wickham Road.
"We were amazed" at the
turnout; said church mem-
ber Pat Lankenau, of Sun-
tree.
Between May 13 and Oct.
13, 1917, the Blessed Virgin
Mary appeared six times to
three shepherd children
near the town of Fatima,
Portugal, according to the
Web site, www.fatirmia.org.
"Mary told the children
she had been sent by God
with a message for every
man, woman and child,"
according to the Web site.
"Coming at a time when civ-
ilization was torn asunder
by war and bloody violence,
she promised .that heaven
would grant peace to all the
world if her requests for
prayer, reparation and con-
secration were heard and
obeyed."
Mrs. Lankenau and Port
St. John. resident Nellie
Padillo, who also attends the
Holy Family Church, said
more than 70,000 people
came out for Mary's final
appearance in Fatima and
were soaked by a torrential


rain.
"The sun became dis-
placed and twirled toward
Earth, then went back," Mrs.
Lankenau said.
She and Mrs. Padillo said
everyone who saw the sun
coming down thought it was
the end of the world.
"But in a matter of sec-
onds, when the sun went
back, the people were com-
pletely dry," Mrs. Lankenau
said. "There was no more
flooding, and many people
who had been sick were
cured of their illnesses."
But all of Mary's requests
for prayer, reparation and
consecration have not been
obeyed, she said.
At the Oct. 13 event at the
Holy Family Church, people
heard the story of Fatima
and said the Rosary.
Mrs. Padillo's 4-foot-tall
statue of Mary was carried in
a procession at the' church.
She said she bought the stat-
ue when she visited Fatima
in 1992.
"I recite the Rosary every
day to promote peace in the
world, and I show devotion
to the Mother of God as
much as I can," Mrs. Padillo
said.
Mrs. Lankenau said she
has made many pilgrimages
around the world, including
a visit to Fatima in 1996.
Contact Tony Judnich at
(321) 751-5954 or Jud-
nich@hometownnewsol.co
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SHOW & SALE
Beautiful Displays Thousands of Orchids for Sale

Oct 20 & 21, 2007

Saturday 10-5
Sunday 10-4

St Lucie County Fairgrounds

Fort Pierce
Next to Buckler Craft Show

Admission $2.00r
Presented by the Fort Pierce Orchid Society


bourne. Cost: $30 flu, $40
pneumonia. Bring a federal
ID card and insurance card.
Sponsor: Maxim Healthcare
Service.
11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 20.
11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 27.
11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Nov. 3.

Visiting Nurse
Association
"Shoo the Flu" clinics.
Cost: $28 flu, $45 pneumo-
nia. Free with Medicare or
Health First Medicare HMO
insurance card. Cash or
checks accepted. (772) 567-
5760 or visit
www.vnatc.com.
10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Oct. 19:
Joe's Club South, 7951 Ron
Beatty Blvd., Micco.
10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Oct. 23:
One Senior Place, 8085 Spy-
glass Hill Road, Melbourne.
* 9-11 a.m. Oct. 24: St.
Sebastian By-the-Sea, 2010
Oak St., Melbourne Beach.
9 a.m. to noon Oct. 25:
David R. Schechter Com-
munity Center, 1089 S.
Patrick Drive, Satellite
Beach.
9 a.m. to noon Oct. 26:
Greater Palm Bay Senior
Center, 1275 Culver Drive
N.E., Palm Bay.
* 1-3 p.m. Oct. 27: Andretti
Thrill Park, 3960 Babcock
St., Melbourne.
* 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Oct.
28: Peace Lutheran Church,
1801 Port Malabar Blvd.,
Palm Bay.
* 9-11:30 a.m. Oct. 30, Joe's


Club South, 7951 Ron Beatty
Blvd., Micco.

Winn Dixie
Cost: $30 flu $40 pneu-
monia, with reward card
$28. Free for Medicare Part
B recipients and Medicare
HMO recipients with
voucher.
3-7 p.m. Oct. 26: 7960
U.S. 1, Micco.
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 7:
5270 Babcock St., Palm Bay.
3-7 p.m. Nov. 8: 961 E.
Eau Gallie Blvd., Melbourne.
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 9:
190 Malabar Road S.W.,
Palm Bay.

Maxim Healthcare
Service
Cost: $30 flu, $40 pneumo-
nia. Bring a federal ID card
and insurance card. (321)
951-0011.
1-4 p.m. Dec. 4: Wal-
greens, 1098 A1A, Satellite
Beach. (321) 779-0019.
1-4 p.m. Dec. 7: Wal-
greens, 5245 Babcock St.
N.E., Palm Bay. (321) 409-
1148.
6-9 p.m. Dec. 12: Wal-
greens, 3495 Bayside Lakes
Blvd. S.E., Palm Bay. (321)
409-1148.
9 a.m. to noon Dec. 13:
Walgreens, 1350 N. Wick-
ham Road, Melbourne.
(321) 254-5507.
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Community Notes


Vegetarian cooking
class set Oct. 20

A vegetarian cooking class
is planned Oct. 20 at Paradise
Health Foods, 4270 Minton
Road, Melbourne.
Nancy Walker, a former
contestant in the Food Net-
work's "The Next Food Net-
work Star" competition, will
teach the class.
Ms. Walker will prepare sev-
eral dishes for people to sam-
ple.
For information or to
reserve a spot, call (321) 722-
1440 or (321) 259-6079 or e-
m a i 1
nancy@Veg4Health.com.
For information on Ms.
Walker, visit
www. Veg4Health.com.

Book sale to help
children

The Palm Bay Women's
Club will sponsor a "pre-
read" book sale for the Chil-
dren's Miracle Network.
The sale will be 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. Oct. 20 at Sam's Club,
4255 W. New Haven Ave.,
West Melbourne.
For information, call (321)
984-0436.

Dance, drill team
plan camp

The Melbourne High
School Miracles dance and
drill team will have its third
annual Pony Tail Dance
Camp 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 20.
The camp is for pre-kinder-
garteners through grade 8.
No experience is necessary.
Registration forms are avail-
able at the high school, 74
Bulldog Blvd.
Cost is 30 in advance and
$35 at the door.
Children will learn a dance
to perform at the Nov. 2 foot-
ball game.

Toy, show, sale
planned Oct. 20

The Best Collectible Doll,
Toy, Bear and Antique Show
and Sale is planned 10 a.m. to
4 p.m. Oct. 20 at the Azan
Shrine Center, 1591 W. Eau
Gallie Blvd., Melbourne.
A doll appraiser and repair-


er will be on hand.
Dealers from throughout
the country will participate.
The event is hosted by Con-
nie's Dolls of Melbourne.
Tables are available for ven-
dors.
For information, call (321)
952-0835 or (321) 243-5179.

Italian Americans host
dinner dance

The Italian-American Club
of South Brevard is planning
a Halloween dinner dance
party at 6 p.m. Oct. 27 at the
club, 1471 Cypress Ave., Mel-
bourne.
There will be live music and
prizes for best costumes.
The dinner entr6e is baked
ham. BYOB set ups are.avail-
able.
Dress is casual.
Seating is limited. Tickets
are available through Oct. 25
by calling (321) 674-3848 or
(321) 960-1490.

Time to adopt a dog
from a shelter

During Adopt a Shelter Dog
month, two local groups are
hosting a special pet adop-
tion 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 20
at the Brevard County South
Animal Care and Adoption
Center, 5100 W. Eau Gallie
Blvd., Melbourne.
There will be reduced
adoption fees and refresh-
ments.
The event is sponsored by
Animal Guardians of Brevard
and the adoption center.
For information, call (321)
253-6608.


Food & Wine fest set
Oct. 21

The Indialantic Food &
Wine Fest will be 1-5 p.m.
Oct. 21 at City Tropics Bistro,
249 FifthAve.
This fundraising event fea-
tures local restaurants and
several local wine and beer
vendors.
Proceeds benefit the Indi-
alantic Volunteer Fire
Department.

Health screenings
offered Oct. 23

A Life Line Screening is
planned Oct. 23 at Harbor
City Baptist Church, 2711 N.
Harbor City Blvd., Mel-
bourne.
Appointments begin at 9
a.m.
A four-screening package
costs $129. For appoint-
ments, call (800) 697-9721.

Library program
focuses on bats

The Florida Wildlife Hospi-
tal will present a program on
"Bats of Florida!"
The event will be at 7 p.m.
Oct. 24 at the West Mel-
bourne Public Library, 2755
Wingate Boulevard.
To register for this free pro-
gram, call (321) 952-4508.

Mobile service to help
veterans, families

THE Disabled American
Veterans Mobile Service


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Office will be at Space Coast
Harley-Davison, 1440 Execu-
tive Circle, Palm Bay, from 10
a.m. to 6 p.m. Oct. 25-27.
All veterans and their fami-
ly members are invited to
learn about counseling and
receive claim file assistance.
This is a free service.

Lecture focuses
on space exploration

MELBOURNE Florida
Tech's Astronomy and Astro-
physics Public Lecture Series
presents "The Vision for
Space Exploration" at 8 p.m.
Oct. 26 in the auditorium of
the EW Olin Engineering
Complex, Room, EC 118, at
the university.
The lecture will be given by
Russell Romanella, director
of the International Space
Station and Spacecraft Pro-
cessing directorate, Kennedy
Space Center.
For information, call (321)
674-7207 or visit
www.fit.edu/aapls.

Vendors sought for
Paws in the Park

The Brevard County Parks
and Recreation Department
is accepting applications for
food and non-food vendors
for Paws in the Park 2007.
The event will be 9 a.m. to
noon Nov. 17 in Wickham
Park, 2500 Parkway Drive,
Melbourne.
For applications, visit the
South Area Operations office,
1515 Sarno Road B-2, Mel-
bourne.
Deadline is Oct. 29.


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to for-profit vendors who are
selected.
For information, call (321)
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Pollak Park, Palm Bay.
Cost is $35 a person.
Free boat inspections will
be available.
For reservations, call (321)
254-0548.


Boating safety course
set Oct. 27 Participants sought for
Veterans Day Parade


U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary
Flotilla 42 will host a boating
course from 9 a.m. to. 5 p.m.
Oct. 27 at the Sal Martinez
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Tibetans from all walks of
life: the elderly dressed in
traditional garb, the young
filling up Internet cafes,
children learning English
who've just fled Tibet,
monks and nuns in their
maroon and saffron robes
rushing to pujas (prayers).
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visits Dharamsala is invited
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Most people would
be astonished to
see how beautiful
India is once you head
north toward the
Himalayas.
I gravitate to this region
every time I go to India
because it has a deep
spiritual connection for me.
Most notably, this is
where His Holiness, the 14th
Dalai Lama, lives in exile
with many of his fellow
Tibetans.
He lives in Dharamsala
and there's no place like it.


Lama's teachings, join a
"Free Tibet" rally or have an
audience with His Holiness,
as I once did when I
arranged an hour-long
private audience for my
group. I got to sit right next
to him in his home and I
often say, "It was the best
day of my life."
If you go, you'll find that
Dharamsala consists mainly
of three bustling streets,
where everything under the
sun is sold. You'll see
Tibetan incense, rugs,
clothing, statues, jewelry,
prayer wheels, you name it.
My favorite hotel is
Choror House, run by
Norbulingka Monastery. It's
right across from the Dalai
Lama's home and main
temple. Chonor House is
beautifully decorated with
Tibetan murals, fabrics and
furniture. Its' friendly staff
has become like family to
me, especially when I need
my chupa (long jumper)
tied for special occasions.
The Tibetan ladies force me
to stand perfectly still, until
it is tied just right and I pass
inspection.
The restaurant at Chonor
House is about the best in
town and the chocolate
cake is sublime, though
most of the food is Tibetan
or Chinese.
At certain times, Chonor
House is full, due to the
Dalai Lama's special events.
That's what I found last
March, so I was forced to
look elsewhere.


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ing for groups and organiza-
tions to participate in the
Nov. 12 Veterans' Day Parade.
Applications are available
at Honor America's office,
1601 Oak St., Melbourne,
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Parade participants will
line up between the rail-
roadoverpass at Melbourne
Avenue.
The parade starts at 10
a.m.
The route will end at the
Liberty Bell Memorial
Museum, where an old-
fashioned picnic is
planned.
For information, call (321)
727-1776.


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Raffle tickets are available
for the "Pink Ribbon Turtle"
Hope for a Cure breast can-
cer fundraiser.
The prize is a work of bead-
ed art made in honor of Nina
Isabelle Etheredge Fritz.
This year's "turtle" art is 20
by 22 and displayed in a drift-
wood shadowbox.
Tickets will be sold until
the day of the drawing, Nov.
25. Cost is $2 for one, $5 for
three, $10 for seven, $20 for
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the prior rains was the
crystal clear view of the
Himalayas surrounding us.
We headed to Judge's
Court, a heritage hotel, for
the night. Often built during
the Victorian era of the
British Raj, heritage hotels
are well maintained and
historically accurate inside
and out. They're always
flavorful and the only
objection I have is the
bathrooms. Although they
are updated, they are often a
bit lacking.
We arrived just in time for
tea in the library, followed
by drinks, dinner by the fire
and good conversation with
the other guests. Every time
I climbed the old creaking
stairs though, I expected
Agatha Christie to appear.
In the morning, we toured
the historical village of
Garli, rowed on the River
Beas, visited various Hindu
temples and relished more
sublime scenery on our way
to Taragarh Palace Hotel.
This was once a maharaja's
estate and another heritage
hotel.
After a good night's sleep,
we took off for a ride on the
historic Kangra Valley Toy
Train. It's a narrow gauge
train that travels at about 10
miles an hour. Since it's very
slow, we planned to ride for
only two stops. The scenery
was lovely though, so we
bought another ticket and
happily rode an extra hour.
Once we disembarked, we
spent the day touring the
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Pumpkin Patch
planned at church

Fellowship United
Methodist Church, 975 Mal-
abar Road, Palm Bay, will
host its second annual
Pumpkin Patch through Oct.
31.
Hours are noon to 5 p.m.
Sunday, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Monday to Saturdays.
Hours on Oct. 31 will be 9
a.m. to 4 p.m. "Trunkertreat-
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countryside and visiting
many of the local Tibetan
temples, stupas and monas-
teries. With the Himalayas
as a backdrop, it couldn't
have been more scenic.
We ended with a visit to a
Hindu temple, followed by
tea at our guide's house.
Then it was back to
charming Taragarh Palace
and our last night sleeping
in the shadows of the
Himalayas.
We had originally taken
the train north from Delhi,
but we decided to drive
back instead (flights are now
available). As our van
descended in altitude, I kept
looking back to see if the
Himalayas were still there.
For the longest time they
were, until suddenly they
weren't.
Back to civilization I
guess, or at least back to
Delhi.
If you're headed to India,
as I will be in 2008 with a
group, don't miss the
Himalayan region. You
won't be disappointed.

Susan Drew is an inde-
pendent tour agent for
Goodtime Getaways, (772)
569-6068). For 20 years, she
has lead and organized
global, cross-cultural tours
that follow the Sangha Path
(Tibetan: Sacred Communi-
ty). To inquire about her
upcoming tours or to be on
her mailing list, contact her
at (772) 567-6202 or susan-
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Advocates 'Walk for
Education'

Advocates for teachers
and education in Brevard
County will "Walk for Edu-
cation" from 7:30-9:30
a.m. Oct. 20 on the track at
Viera High School, 6103
Stadium Parkway.
This is a global event to
highlight and praise the
work done by teachers and
the education process.
For information, call Bar-
bara Davis at (321) 633-
1000, Ext. 296.

Citizenship class
offered for free

PALM BAY A free citi-
zenship class is scheduled
6-8:30 p.m. Monday, Oct.
29 to Dec. 17, at Palm Bay
High Adult and Communi-
ty Education, 101 Pirate
Lane, Melbourne.
For information, call
(321) 952-5914.

Free ESOL classes
offered

Free English for Speakers
of Other Languages classes
are planned 9 a.m. to noon
Tuesday and Thursdayss at
3650 Patrick Drive, Satellite
Beach.
The classes are open
entry, open exit.
For information, call (321)
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A friend and I wound up
at Glenmoor Cottages, right
outside town. This handful
of cottages is in such a
lovely, wooded setting you'd
definitely think you've
found Nirvana.
The owner was especially
kind, and we enjoyed our
cozy cottages despite the
spring rains, or because of
them.
Before leaving Dharam-
sala, we were lucky enough
to attend a beautiful
ceremony to celebrate the
Dalai Lama's long life. It was
wonderful to see him and to
be with the Tibetan sangha
(community) again.
Then it was time for us to
move on and explore the 90-
mile-long KangraValley at
the base of the Himalayas.
The valley always intrigued
me and as we set off, we
couldn't have had a more
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FRIDAY, OCT. 19

Rummage sale: 8 a.m. to 3
p.m., Cocoa-Rockledge Gar-
den Club, 1493 S. Fiske Blvd.,
Rockledge. Plants, baked
goods, more.s
Fall Festival Antique Show,
Afternoon Tea: 10 a.m. to 5
p.m., Heritage Isle Club, 6800
Legacy Blvd. Viera. $5. Spon-
sor: Brevard Symphony
Orchestra South Guild. 20-
plus antique exhibitors. Tea
served 2-4 p.m. Youth orches-
tra performs. $5 admission; $
5 tea and refreshments.
Space Coast Macintosh
Users Group: 1 p.m., Central
Brevard Library, 308 Forrest
Ave., Cocoa. Visitors welcome.
Richard Bradley (321) 636-
7155 or www.scrnug.org.
The Pirates of Canaveral
Cove Party: 5-9 p.m. Cove at
Port Canaveral at Redhead II,
formerly Copperhead Saloon.
$25 advance, $30 the door.
Includes: Buffet, two drinks,
contests, parking, raffle
entries, treasure hunt. Live
steel drum music. Benefits
Propeller Club of Port
Canaveral's scholarship fund.
(321) 917-9869, (321) 783-
1320, (321) 799-0099.
Downtown Titusville Art
Walk: 6-9 p.m. Refreshments,
drawing for a basket of origi-
nal art. Guest artist: Diane
Cannon. Jo, (321) 720-0783.
Movie in the Park: 7-9
p.m., Riverfront Park, heart of
Cocoa Village. "Walking on
Water." Free. Food and ride
vendors. www.cocoafl.org or
(321) 639-3500.
Eerie storytelling: 7:30
p.m., Village Hall, 535 Ham-
mock Road, Melbourne Vil-
lage. "Tellmenow Isitsoornot"
by Brevard Theatrical Ensem-
ble. $15 adults. 12 seniors and
students. (321) 984-8832.
Melbourne Municipal
Band concert: 6-8 p.m., Mel-
bourne Auditorium, 625 E.
Hibiscus Blvd. All ages.
Free.(321) 724-0555.
www. rnmmband.org.
S"Wmindover: Secrets of the
Bog People:" Documentary
screening, 7 p.m., auditorium,
Building 1, Brevard Commu-
nity College, 1311 N. U.S. 1,
Titusville. light refreshments.

SATURDAY, OCT. 20
Wesley Fall Festival: 9 a.m.
to 3 p.m., Wesley United
Methodist church, 2750
Minton Road, West Mel-
bourne. Children's games,
climbing wall, pumpkin dec-
orating, prizes, food, crafts,
vendors. (321) 727-7585.
Gun & Knife Show: 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m., Melbourne Audito-
rium, 625 E. Hibiscus Blvd.
Street art shows: 9 a.m. to
6 p.m., New Haven Avenue,
downtown Melbourne. Main
Street Masters of Art and
Gallery and Museum Show-
case. Features copies of art
masterpieces as done by
Pieces of 8, a group of local
painters. www.downtown-
melbourne.com or call (321)
724-1741.
Book sale: 10 a.m. to 2
p.m., Sam's Club, 4255W. New


Haven Ave., West Melbourne.
Sponsor: Palm Bay Women's
Club. Benefits: Children's Mir-
acle Network. (321) 984-0436.
* Best Collectible Doll, Toy,
Bear and Antique Show, Sale:
10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Azan Shrine
Center, 1591 W. Eau Gallie
Blvd., Melbourne. Doll
appraiser, repairer, dealers
from throughout U.S. (321)
952-0835 or (321) 243-5179.
Summer Art & Craft Fair:
10 a.m. to 5 p.m., downtown
Cocoa Village. 300-plus
exhibitors will display jewelry,
floral, art, wood, pottery,
paintings, clothing and hand-
crafted items. Food court.
Live music. Free admission.
(321) 631-9075 or
www.cocoavillage.corn/events

Marathon Bingo: 11 a.m.,
American Legion Post 1, U.S.
1, Titusville. Raffles, food,
bake sale, door prizes. Games
on hard cards and paper. Four
cards for $1 each game. (321)
269-9959.
Adopt a Shelter Dog: 11
a.m. to 4 p.m. Brevard County
Animal Care and Adoption
Centers. South: 5100 W. Eau
Gallie Blvd., Melbourne.
North: 2605 Flake Road,
Titusville. Reduced adoption
fees. Refreshments. (321) 253-
6608, (321) (321) 264-5119.
Fall FestivalAntique Show,
Afternoon Tea: 11 a.m. to 4
p.m., Heritage Isle Club, 6800
Legacy Blvd. Viera. $5. Spon-
sor: Brevard Symphony
Orchestra South Guild. 20-
plus antique exhibitors. Free
silver seminar: 9 a.m., with
J.R. Angevine. Tea served 2-4
p.m.; youth orchestra per-
forms. $5 admission; $ 5 tea
and refreshments.
Adopt a Pet event 11 a.m.
to 4 p.m., Brevard CountyAni-
mal Care and Adoption Cen-
ters. North: 2605 Flake Road,
Titusville, (321) 264-5119.
South: 5100 W Eau Gallie
Blvd., Melbourne, (321) 253-
6608. Reduced fees. Refresh-
ments.
Special Children's Craft 1-
3 p.m., Franklin DeGroodt
Library, 6475 Minton Road,
S.W, Palm Bay. All ages. $15.
Make something for Thanks-
giving table. (321) 952-6317.
Book signing: 2 p.m.,
Barnes & Noble Booksellers,
1955 W New Haven Ave., Mel-
bourne... Samuel Hynes,
author of the World War II
memoir, "Flights of Passage."
He was recently featured in
Ken Burnm's PBS documentary,
"The War." Free. (321) 726-
8817.
Rummage sale: 8 a.m. to 2
p.m. Christ community
Church, 3295 Garden St.,
Titusville. www.christcommu-
nitytitusville.org.
Military, family cookout:
4-7 p.m., Veterans of Foreign
Wars Post 4534, 320 S. U.S. 1,
Rockledge. Admission: Mili-
tary ID. Disc jockey and
karaoke at 7 p.m. Hall Manns,
(321) 454-1085; post, (321)
636-3570.
Windover lectures: 6 p.m.,
Emma Parrish Theatre, 301
Julia St., Titusville. Presenters:
Glen K. Wentz and Glen H.
Doran, Windover archaeolo-


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bar and refreshments fol-
lowed by lectures at 7 p.m.
Palm Bay Mayor's Benefit
Ball: 7-10 p.m., Quality Inn
and Conference Centre, 1881
Palm Bay Road N.E. Benefits
Palm Bay Community Hospi-
tal. Live entertainment, danc-
ing, silent auction. Tickets:
$85. (321) 952-3441.
Eerie storytelling: 7:30
p.m., Village Hall, 535 Ham-
mock Road, Melbourne Vil-
lage. "Tellmenow Isitsoomot"
by Brevard Theatrical Ensem-
ble. $15 adults. 12 seniors and
students. (321) 984-8832.
Square dance: 8-10 p.m.,
Satellite Beach Civic Center,
565 Cassia Blvd. Host: Alle-
manders Square Dance Club.
$4. (321) 956-2012.

SUNDAY, OCT. 21
Gun & Knife Show: 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m., Melbourne Audito-
rium, 625 E. Hibiscus Blvd.
Benefit cut-a-thon: 10
a.m. to 3 p.m., About Hair
Designs, 1301 S. Patrick
Drive, Satellite Beach. Bene-
fits American Cancer Society.
(321) 773-3686.
Summer Art & Craft Fair:
10 a.m. .to 5 p.m., downtown
Cocoa Village. 300-plus
exhibitors will display jewel-
ry, floral, art, wood, pottery,
paintings, clothing and
handcrafted items. Food
court. Live music. Free
admission. (321) 631-9075,
www.cocoavillage.corn/event
S.
Monster Madness: Ramp
contest, all-ages skate jam.
11 a.m,, Graffiti Skate Zone,
1502 Port Malabar Blvd.,
Palm Bay. Registration 10
a.m. Entry fee $15.
Street art shows: Noon to
5 p.m., New Haven Avenue,
downtown Melbourne. Main
Street Masters of Art and
Gallery and Museum Show-
case. Features copies of art
masterpieces as done by
Pieces of 8, a group of local
painters. www.downtown-
melbourne.com or call (321)
724-1741.
Indialantic Food & Wine
Fest: 1-5 p.m., City Tropics
Bistro, 249 Fifth Ave. Local
restaurants, wine and beer
vendors. Benefits Indialantic
Volunteer Fire Department.
Book Talk: 2 p.m.,
Franklin DeGroodt Library,
6475 Minton Road, S.W.,
Palm Bay. Local author Mar-
shall Frank discusses his two
new books. Refreshments.
(321) 952-6317.


FILLING BOWLS


Kaitlin Norton/staff photographer
Jenni Hemingway of Melbourne helps her son Tyler, 3, paint a bowl for 'Empty Bowls,' a
benefit for hunger which will take place on Nov.15 at Howard Futch Memorial Park in
Indialantic. The Hemingways painted the bowl during Old Florida Fest at Erna Nixon Park
last weekend


WHERE'S THE FIRE


Kaitlin Norton/staft photographer
Melbourne resident Jarin Cox, 5, sits in an antique fire engine during the Melbourne Fire
Department Station No. 74 open house last weekend to celebrate fire prevention week.


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She requested more
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"The best of America are
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to go about finding some-
one to send cookies to, but
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thousands of military men
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several tips on packaging
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Romancing the Stove
with the Grammy Guru

Never shake the measur-
ing cup; that packs the flour.
Sounds nit-picky, but it's
not, it's the difference
between success and
failure. Enjoy and get busy.
* *
Unusual food fact: Cream
of tartar, a leavening agent,
comes from the crystalline
sediment found on the
inside of wine barrels
(above the wine). How did
they ever figure out this
stuff would be great for
cookies? And get this: small
adults are lowered inside
the barrel to scrape the
sediment.
I am not kidding.

SHAKER JELLY DOTS

If you took'a poll in my
home of everyone's favorite
cookie, next to chocolate
chip of course, Shaker Jelly
Dots would be the winner.

1 stick margarine or 1/2 cup
butter substitute
1/4 cup light brown sugar,
firmly packed
1/4 teaspoon salt
1 egg yolk
1/2 teaspoon vanilla
1 cup sifted flour
1/3 cup (about) finely
chopped or grated nuts
(filberts, pecans or
walnuts)
Jelly

In a medium bowl, cream
first 5 ingredients. Add flour;
mix.
Cover and chill until firm
enough to handle. Work
with half the dough at a
time, keeping remaining
portion refrigerated.
Shape dough into balls
about the size of marbles,
one well-rounded teaspoon
of dough per ball. Roll in
nuts. Place 1-inch apart on
ungreased cookie sheet.
Gently press thumb into
center of each cookie to
make a shallow indentation.
Fill with jelly. Bake at 350


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degrees E until lightly
browned, 10-12 minutes.
Yield: 3 dozen cookies.

QUEEN'S BISCUITS
(Italian sesame seed
cookies) (NIB)
Regular and sugar
free

My Aunt June was a
diabetic and found the
recipe worked well with a
sugar substitute.

4 cups sifted flour
1 cup sugar or equivalent of
sugar substitute
1 tablespoon baking powder
1/4 teaspoon salt
1 cup shortening
2 eggs, slightly beaten
1/2 cup milk
Sesame seeds*

In a mixing bowl, sift
together flour, sugar or
substitute, baking powder
and salt. Cut in shortening
with a pastry blender or an
electric mixer on low speed
until mixture resembles
coarse corn meal. Add eggs,
mix well. Add milk 1
tablespoon at a time. Mix
together until smooth and
pliable.
Break dough into small
pieces, (they grow). Roll
each piece between palms
of hands until about 1-1/2
inches long. Roll in sesame
seeds. Place on parchment
lined cookie sheet about 3/4
inch apart. Flatten cookies
slightly.
Bake at 375 degrees for
12-15 minutes until lightly
browned. Yield: 6 dozen.
Buy sesame seeds in a
health food store. You get a
lot more for a lot less.

SNICKERDOODLES
(NIB)

1 cup shortening
1 1/2 cups sugar
2 large eggs
2-3/4 cups flour
-1/2 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon baking soda
2 teaspoons cream of tartar
Cinnamon
Sugar

Cream shortening and
sugar; add eggs. Sift remain-
ing ingredients together
(including cream of tartar)
and add to egg mixture.
Blend thoroughly.
Roll into small balls and
then roll balls in a cinna-
mon and sugar mixture.
Place 2-inches apart on an
ungreased cookie sheet.
Bake at 400 degrees for
about 12 minutes.
Yield: 6 dozen.

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

Routine

junkie

confesses
I'm a creature of habit.
I've been eating the
same ice cream, mint
chocolate chip, since I was
a child. I like my sub
*sandwiches the same way -
every time. I'm currently
driving my fourth Volkswa-
gen and have already
decided that the car is "my
car for life." My iPod is filled
with 1980s and 1990s
alternative music; the same
music I listened to in the
1980s and the 1990s.
You get the picture.
So when HBO officially
wrapped up "The Sopra-
nos" in June, they officially
wrapped up my Sunday
night routine. However, I
am pleased to report that
several shows have filled
the void. One recently
wrapped up its first season
on HBO, "Flight of the
Conchords" and the rest are
all on Showtime: "Dexter;"
"Brotherhood;" and
"Californication."
I've also been enthralled
by the AMC series (I get
around!) "Mad Men," which
is about advertising execu-
tives who worked on New
York's Madison Avenue in
1960, which also recently
wrapped up its first season.
It's funny, this idea of
searching for a replacement
for a TV show that's become
a habit. I first experienced
this series-dependent.
syndrome with "Seinfeld."
Thankfully, when that show
ended, I was able to
support my.habit with the
help of DVDs and syndica-
tion.
TV has often been criti-
cized as a proletariat form
of entertainment; a distant
second to the "higher"
forms like theater and an
old-fashioned book. Years
ago, I would observe people
hooked on sitcoms or soap
operas with wonderment.
"Surely," I thought, "this
would never happen to
me." Now I know different-
ly. I've experienced the
empty space left after a
favorite show has expired.
But beware: We viewers
must realize that TV trends
are fickle. What's hot one
season may fizzle the next.
With this realization, I'm
forced to shed my habitual
skin and dive into some-


Ocean treasures highlight fest


File photo
Danielle Hunt of Satellite Beach admires a collection of jewel-
ry made from sea beans and other objects at last year's Inter-
national Sea Bean and Beachcombers' Festival. This year's
event will be Oct. 19-20 at the Cocoa Beach Library. For
details, visit www.seabean.com.


BY LISA M. ONORATO
Entertainment writer
Somewhere in South America, a plant drops a
seed into a river and it slowly makes its way to the
ocean to begin its long journey.
Whether gently cradled in the tendrils of
seaweed or violently tossed in ocean storms, the
journey continues until the seed rests on the
shores of Brevard County.
From there, it may be scooped up by beach-
combers and begin a new life as a piece of art or
jewelry; it may even be planted.
Orn Oct. 19-20, sea bean enthusiasts will gather
to share knowledge and stories of their experi-
ences with these sea-worthy travelers at the 12th
annual International Sea Bean Symposium and
Beachcombers' Festival.
The event is hosted by The Drifters, a local
group of artists, surfers and others who share a
love of the mysteries of the ocean. The group was
started by Cathie Katz, an author and sea bean
enthusiast who died in 2001.
Each year, the symposium is in honor of her
memory.
"Cathie was a naturalist,, a writer and a charis-
matic person," said Margie Mitchell, event
organizer and Drifter member.
The event is also scheduled to coincide with the
best months for beachcombing. Ms. Mitchell said
the long bouts of easterly winds cause floating
brown algae, also known as sargassum, to wash
ashore carrying sea beans.
"There are hundreds of species that wash up on
our shore," Ms. Mitchell said.
She said the event serves as an educational
forum, where people can bring their treasures for
identification and learn about varieties of sea
beans, beachcombing adventures and the ocean.
"People have a fascination with the beach and
ocean," Ms. Mitchell said.
Last year's event drew more than 700 people.
This year's event features slide show presenta-
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$35 per couple. Features live
music, wine and food
pairings. Call (321) 728-
3938.
Jazz: Kim Nalley will
perform at Heidi's Jazz Club
at 8:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 19,
and Saturday, Oct. 20.
Tickets are $15. Heidi's is at
7 N. Orlando Ave., Cocoa
Beach. Call (321) 783-4559.
* Rock: Radio Flyerz will
perform at 9:30 p.m. Friday,
Oct. 19, Pinto's Lounge, 7555
S. Highway U.S. 1, Titusville.
Call (321) 269-7665.
* Rock: Probable Cause
will perform at 9:30 p.m.


Friday, Oct. 19, at The
County Line, 4650 W. New
Haven Ave., Melbourne. Call
(321) 726-0146.
Reggae: 23 Treez will
perform at 9 p.m. Friday,
Oct. 19, at the Key West Bar,
2286 A1A, Indian Harbour
Beach. Call (321) 773-1577.
* Southern/classic rock:
The AK40 Band will perform
at 9:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 19,
at Lou's Blues, 3191 A1A,
Indialantic. Call (321) 779-
2299.
* Classic rock: Vintage will
perform at 8 p.m. Friday,
Oct. 19 at Maui's Raw Bar


and Grill, 1505 W King St.,
Cocoa. Call (321) 636-0003.
* Piano: John Ryan will
perform at 7 p.m. Friday,
Oct. 19 at MoonstruckWine
Company, 836 E. New
Haven Ave., Melbourne. Call
(321) 951-4555.
* Surf music: The Danny
Morris Band will perform at
7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 19, at
Murdock's Bistro and Char
Bar, 600 Brevard Ave.,
Cocoa. Call (321) 633-0600.
* Blues: The Space Coast
Playboys will perform at 8
p.m. Saturday, Oct. 20 at The
Beach Shack, 1 Minutemen


Causeway, Cocoa Beach.
Call (321) 783-2250.
* Rock: Medusa will
perform at 9 p.m. Saturday,
Oct. 20, at Declan's Irish
Pub, 1132 A1A, Satellite
Beach. Call (321) 777-7228.
* 1960s British rock: St.
Johns Wood will perform at
9:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 20,
at the Dog N' Bone British
Pub, 9 Stone St., Cocoa
Village. Call (321) 636-2828.
* Blues: Ernie Southern
will perform at 2 p.m.
Saturday, Oct. 20, at Earl's
Hideaway, 1405 Indian River
Drive, Sebastian. Call (772)


589-5700.
* Jazz: Sybil Gage will
perform at 7 p.m. Saturday,
Oct. 20, at Galaxy Grille, 147
Fifth Ave., Indialantic. Call
(321) 728-5888.
* Elvis tribute: Jack Smink
will perform in "A Tribute to
Elvis" with Kenny Dino in "A
Tribute to Roy Orbison" at 8
p.m. Saturday, Oct. 20, at the
King Center, 3865 N.
Wickham Road, Melbourne.
Call (321) 242-2219.

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


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tions, exhibits, sea bean
contests and speakers such
as keynote speaker Blair
Witherington, author of
"Florida's Living Beaches."
The festival is 9 a.m. to 5
p.m. Oct. 19 and 9 a.m. to 9
p.m. Oct. 20 at the Cocoa
Beach Library, 550 N.
Brevard Ave.
The schedule follows.

Friday, Oct. 19
9 a.m. Exhibit opens
11 a.m. Beginners.
beachwalking show by
Sebastian Inlet State Park
Ranger Ed Perry
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and Drifter member Curtis
Ebbesmeyer
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Drifters?" Memories of
Drifters' founder Cathie
Katz, a multimedia presen-
tation by Paul Mikkelsen

Saturday, Oct. 20
9 a.m. Exhibit opens
8 a.m. Bean-a-thon, a
contest to collect as many
different species of sea
beans on any beach
between Canaveral National
Seashore and Sebastian
Inlet
Noon- "The Wrecking
Season," a film produced by


Drifters Nick and Jane
Darke, presented by Curtis
Ebbesmeyer
4 p.m. "Polishing Your
Sea Beans," a demonstration
by Bill Blazek and Alice
Lowe
5 p.m. Odd Bean
Contest
7 p.m. -Awards and
raffle drawing
7:45 p.m. Keynote
speaker Blair Witherington
For information, call (321)
868-1104 or visit
www.seabean.com.

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


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Rocky Horror Picture
Show: Surfside Playhouse will
host a showing of the cult clas-
sic "The Rocky Horror Picture
Show," at midnight Oct. 19-20,
26-37 and Nov. 2. Costumes
encouraged. Tickets are $10
each. The playhouse is at 300
Ramp Road, Cocoa Beach.
Details: (321) 783-3127.
Storytelling: Brevard Theatri-
cal Ensemble presents "'Tell-
menow Isitsoornot: The Thou-
sand-and-Second Tale of
Scheherazade" by Edgar Allen
Poe, a series of supernatural
and horror stories, at 7:30 p.m.
through Saturday, Oct. 20 at Vil-
lage Hall, 535 Hammock Road,
Melbourne Village. Tickets are
$15 for adults. For reserva-
tions/tickets, call (321) 984-
8832.

SATURDAY, OCT. 20

Strings: "An Evening of
Strings" will be at 7:30 p.m. Sat-
urday, Oct. 20, at the Eau Gallie
High School Performing Arts
Center. Proceeds will benefit
the Mid Florida Chapter of the
National Multiple Sclerosis
Society. General admission is
$10; and premium seating is
$20. Tickets are available at
Florida Discount Music, The
Horn Section, J. Michael Instru-
ments, Marion Music and at the
door. Details: (321) 253-5084.
Masters of Art: Melbourne
Main Street Masters of Art fine
art festival in historic down-
town Melbourne through Sun-
day, Oct. 21. Features a juried
art exhibit, kid's zone, wine
tasting pavilion, 5K run, music
performances and a Gallery &
Museum showcase. Details:
(321) 724-1741 or visit
www.downtownmelbourne.co
m.

SUNDAY, OCT. 21

Indialantic Food & Wine
Fest: City Tropics Bistro will
host the first biannual event
from 1-5 p.m. to benefit the
Indialantic Volunteer Fire
Department. Features food,
from local restaurants and beer
and wine vendors. Details:
(321) 723-1300.


UPCOMING EVENTS

Paws for Art: Molly Mutt II
Thrift Shop will host a "Full
Moon Open House," an art sale
to raise funds for the Central
Brevard Humane Society and
supports its mission to find
homes for thousands of home-
less and abandoned pets, from
6:30-9:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 26
at 728 E. New Haven Ave., Mel-
bourne. Features refreshments
and the art of Connie Hayes,
Kimberlina Marie, Michelle
Haro, Teresa Walchak, John
Sluder, Mark Baker and others.
Details: (321) 951-3607.
Jazz cruise: WFIT presents
its Sunset Jazz Cruise Friday,
Oct. 26 on the Indian River
Queen Paddlewheel boat,
which leaves Whitley Bay Mari-
na in Cocoa on State Road 520
at 6:30 p.m. The cruise features
The Carl Hendrix Quartet and
the Al Stevens Dixieland Jazz
Band. Tickets are $35 each. Call
(321) 674-8950.
Orchestra: The Melbourne
Community Orchestra will per-
form "Haunting Melodies" at
7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 31,
and Thursday, Nov. 1, at the
Melbourne Auditorium, 625 E.
Hibiscus Blvd. The concert's
"haunting" melodies include
"Danse Macabre," "Blue
Moon," "Cats," "Star Wars,"
"Pirates of the Caribbean," "The
Pearl Fishers," and "A Night on
Bald Mountain." Admission is
free. For information, call (321)
952-9949.

THEATERS

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

GALLERIES & MUSEUMS

Art and Antique Studio:
The Art and Antique Studio,
1419 Highland Ave., Mel-
bourne, is open 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. 'Monday through Friday
and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Satur-
days. Open until 8:30 p.m. first
Friday of the month. For infor-
mation, call (321) 253-5553.
Brevard Art Museum:
Located at 1463 Highland Ave.,
Melbourne, is open 10 a.m. to
5 p.m. Tuesday through Satur-
day, and 1-5 p.m. Sunday.
Admission, which includes
entry to both the museum and
the Children's Science Center,
is $5 for adults, $3 for senior cit-
izens 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 information, call (321) 242-
0737.
Brevard Museum of Histo-
ry and Science: Located at
2201 Michigan Ave., Cocoa, it is
open Monday through Satur-
day 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sun-
day noon-4 p.m. Admission for
adults is $5.50, $5 for senior cit-
izens, $3.50 for children 5-16
and $4 fqr college students.
Museum members are admit-
ted free. For information, call
(321) 632-1830.
Downstairs Gallery: Locat-
ed at 909 E. New Haven Ave.,
Melbourne, is open 11 a.m. to
4 p.m. Admission is free. For
information; call (321) 727-
8470.
*Fifth Avenue Art Gallery:
Located at 1470 Highland Ave.,
Melbourne, open 1-5 .p.m.
Tuesday. to For information,
call (321) 25p-8261.
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BY LISA M. ONORATO
Entertainment writer
If a picture can tell a
thousand words, then a
story can create an infinite
number of mental images.
That's the tale Brevard
Theatrical Ensemble is
crafting in "Tellmenow
Isitsoornot? The Thousand
And Second Tale of
Scheherazade" by Edgar
Allan Poe Oct. 19-20.
"Isitsoornot?" is a collec-
tion of tales fit for the


Halloween season.
"These are classic stories;
some are very believable ...
until the last minute," said
director Gail Ryan.
The stories are designed
to awaken the imagination
and build suspense, she
said.
Among the stories are
"Night Caller," where a
doctor is awakened in the
middle of the night to care
for a patient he knows is
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Gail Ryan,
Director


couple stranded in the
countryside with an
escaped mental patient on
the loose; and "Sin Eaters."
Anthony Whitsett of
Merritt Island has been
with the Brevard Theatrical
Ensemble for more than 10
years.
"I call what we do dramat-
ic presentation," Mr.
Whitsett said. "It's more
than just storytelling. It's
drama, theater, emotion
and more."
He describes
"Isitsoornot?" as an "eerie"
production with some
"blood curdling" moments.
He said he enjoys his work
with the Brevard Theatrical
Ensemble because of the
creative freedom Ms. Ryan's
productions offer.
"In BTE, we can ad lib,
while in theater, you follow
a script to the letter," he


said. "We interact with the
audience and perform
among them."
He said the suspense
during past Halloween
performances is often
"thick enough to cut."
"You can see (people)
sitting on the edge of their
seats. I love to see (their)
reactions."
Performances for "Tell-
menow Isitsoornot?" are
scheduled for 7:30 p.m.
Friday, Oct. 19 and Satur-
day, Oct. 20 at Melbourne
Village Hall, 535 Hammock
Road.
Tickets are $15 for adults
and $12 for students and
seniors.
For reservations and
tickets, call (321) 984-8832.
For information on the
Brevard Theatrical Ensem-
ble, visit www. brevar-
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Lizzy Seal will perform in Brevard Theatrical Ensemble's
'Tellmenow Isitsoornot?' at Melbourne Village Hall Oct. 19-
20. For tickets, call (321) 984-8832.


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Following is a list of
Halloween activities in
Brevard County.

OCT. 19-21 and 26-28
Boo at the Zoo: 5:30-9:30
p.m., Brevard Zoo, 8225 N.
Wickham Road, Melbourne.
Mysery maze, games, crafts,
teat stations, Boo Choo train
ride, costume contest. $12
adults. $7 children ages 2-
12. Free for children
younger than 2. (321) 254-
9453, Ext. 226, or www.bre-
vardzoo.org.
Haunted Lair: 6-11
p.m.Friday, 10 a.m. to 11
p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m. to
4 p.m. Sunday, Row C, Super
Flea & Farmer's Market,
Interstate 95 at West Eau
Gallie Boulevard, Mel-
bourne. $5. (321) 242-9124.

FRIDAY, OCT. 19
Halloween Family Fun
Night: 7-10 p.m., Eau Gallie
Civic Center, 1551 Highland
Ave., Melbourne. Games,
prizes, dinner, dancing, trick
or treating, Pumpkin Bowl-
ing, costume contest. Host;
Melbourne Department of
Leisure Services. $10. Free for
those 4 and younger with,
paid adult. (321) 255-4608.


SATURDAY, OCT. 20
Halloween singles party,
show: 8 p.m. Indian Har-
bour Beach Recreation
Center, 1233 Yacht Club
Blvd. Sponsor: Trailblazers
singles club. Theatrical
production by Kokopeli
Music, www.KokopeliMu-
sic.com. BYOB set ups.
Costume contest with cash
prizes. 50/50 raffle, benefits
EARTH Awareness. $10 for
the party and show only;
$20 for a 6:30 p.m. admis-
sion with appetizer buffet.
$5 extra at door. www.Sin-
glesfocus.org.

OCT. 25-27 and 30-31
* The Haunts: Large-scale
traditional haunted house.
7-10 p.m., basement, old
Melbourne High School.
Benefits that school's
restoration. $10. Tickets
available that day outside
east entrance of Henegar
Center for Arts, 625 E. New
Haven Ave., Melbourne.

OCT. 27-28
Kokopeli Misic'sFright
Night Spooktacular: Noon
to 2 p.m., main stage, Super
t *


Flea & Farmer's Market,
Interstate 95 at West Eau
Gallie Boulevard, Mel-
bourne. Musical revue
features costumed charac-
ters. Free. Seating limited;
come early. (321) 242-9124.
Meg O'Ween: Eighth
annual Halloween street
festival, 6 p.m., East New
Haven Avenue. Sponsor:
Meg O'Malley's Restaurant
and Irish Pub. Benefits:
United Mitochodrial
Disease Foundation. Food,
beverages, entertainment
inside and out. Main stage:
Battery, Metallica tribute
band; Hells Bells, AC/DC
tribute band. Costume
contest: Registration closes
10 p.m., finalists chosen
11:30 p.m www. megomal-
leys.com.

SATURDAY, OCT. 27
* Bark-Toberfest: 10 a.m. to
3 p.m., Paradise Luxury Pet
Estate, 220 Chandler Road
N.W, Palm Bay. Schedule;
10-11 a.m., Pond party, $5;
11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., dog
tricks, free; 12:45-1:15 p.m.,
costume contest, free; 1:30-3
p.m., playtime, free. Dogs
that are not clients must be
registered before Oct. 26 by
calling (321) 728-2200.


Frightfully Good Time:
Downtown Melbourne. 11
a.m. to 2 p.m., trick or
treating for preschoolers
through grade six, with
parents. Wear costume; bring
a bag. Crossing guards on
duty. 40-plus businesses
participate. (321) 8698 or
(321) 724-2201.
Children's Haunted
House: Noon to 4 p.m.,
Henegar Center for the Arts,
625 E. New HavenAve.,
Melbourne. $3. For those
younger than 12. Ticket at
the door only. (321) 723-8698
or www.henegarorg.
Harvest Splendor: 1-3
p.m., Franklin T. DeGroodt
Public Library, 6475 Minton
Road S.W, Palm Bay. $2.
Halloween-themed. Crafts,
games, pre-carved pumpkin
contest, a sidewalk chalk art
contest, goodie bags for
every child. Come in cos-
tume. Popcorn and Sno-
cones sold. Children must
be accompanied by an adult.
South Area Parks and
Recreation office, (321) 637-
5732.
* Halloween Festival: 1-4
p.m., Rossetter House
Museum, 1320 Highland
Ave., Eau Gallie. Spooky
stories, games, prizes, treats
and tricks. Free.


'Meg OWeen' starts at 6 p.m. Oct. 27


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS
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O'Malley's Restaurant and
Irish Pub is hosting "Meg
O'Ween," its eighth annual
Halloween street festival,
starting at 6 p.m. Oct. 27
on East New Haven
Avenue.
A portion of proceeds will
benefit the United Mito-
chodrial Disease Founda-
tion.
Food, beverages and
entertainment will be


available inside and
outside.
Performers on the main
stage outside include
Battery, a Metallica tribute
band, and Hells Bells, an
AC/DC tribute band.
A costume contest will
include thousands of
dollars in cash and prizes.
Registration closes at 10
p.m., with the finalists
presented at the main
stage at 11:30 p.m.
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Event 'Masters' art of festival; set for Oct. 19-20


BY LISA M. ONORATO
Entertainment writer
The old adage about not pleasing
all of the people wasn't taken into
consideration in Melbourne Main
Street's Masters of Art festival set in
historic downtown Melbourne.
In fact, organizers are proud of
their efforts to create a quality art
show where artists and local
businesses thrive and patrons are
"wowed."
"Melbourne Main Street's goal is
to help merchants," said event co-
chair Angela St. Amant. "With that


in mind, (we thought) how can we
make artists happy and please
merchants (and patrons)?"
Touted as the "new and improved"
annual Fall Arts and Crafts Festival,
Masters of Art, Oct. 19-20, features a
fine art and crafts, a wine tasting
pavilion with John Ryan and Rene
Waterman on the baby grand,
"musical islands" with small
groups of musicians performing
throughout the event a kid's zone
and a 5K run. Also planned is an
upscale Gallery & Museum show-
case, where businesses, clubs or
groups that support artists will set


up booths.
Ms. St. Amant said the organizers
did a lot of research on the front end
about what sort of improvements
could be made, which resulted in
larger booths set up away from
storefronts.
"We attended art shows, and
talked to artists," said she said. "We
wanted to have a good show that
would please everyone."
New to this year's event is a
partnership with the Melbourne
Palm Bay Chamber of Commerce.
Melbourne Main Street received
160 entries for the event. Since the


0018 NOTES


artist promenade along New Haven
Avenue would only house 102
booths, organizers did not want to
turn people away.
"We dedicated one side street to
handle the overflow," said Ms. St.
Amant.
Artists from throughout Florida
will participate for a chance to win
several cash prizes, including $1,000
for best in show; $500 for first place;
$250 for second; and $100 for third.
This year's judges are Joanna
White, an artist and program
coordinator for the art department
at Brevard Community College and


retired Brevard Community College
art instructor and artist Nancy
Dillen.
"I hope to see as good quality as I
possible can," said Mrs. Dillen. "I
know (organizers) have worked
hard to get the best work they
could."
For information on Masters of Art,
e-mail masters@downtownmel-
bourne.com, visit www.downtown-
melbourne.com or call (321) 724-
1741.
Contact Lisa M. Onorato at
thehype@hometownnewsol.com.


King Center notes
anniversary
The 20th anniversary
celebration for the King
Center for the Performing
Arts will be Oct. 23.
The event begins after the
performance of "Mamma
Mia!" in the Rotunda at the
center, 3865 N. Wickham
Road, Melbourne.
Cost is $35 a person, which
includes food from Carrab-
ba's Italian Grill.
Limited seating is available.
Reservations are needed by
Oct. 19 by calling (321) 242-
2219.

Meet artist Asencio
at Oct. 25 reception
An opening reception is
planned at 6 p.m. Oct. 25 for
artist, HenryAsencio, at the
LoPressionism Gallery of Fine
Art, 1010-B E. New Haven
Ave., Melbourne.
The internationally
renowned artist will give a
drawing demonstration using
a live model and give a salsa
lesson.
The event is invitation only.
To be placed on the invitation
list, call (321) 722-6000.

Open house set
during full moon
A Full Moon Open House is
scheduled 6:30-9:30 p.m. Oct.
26 at Quintesential D6cor
Gallery, 720 E. New Haven
Ave., Suite 8, Melbourne.
Exhibiting artists are
Kimberlina Marie, Connie
Hayes, June Miller, John
Gallagher and Lynn Rose.
Live music and refresh-
ments are planned.

Flutes to "'sing'
on Oct. 28
The Space Coast Flute
Orchestra presents "Singing
Flutes" at 3 p.m. Oct. 28 at
Suntree United Methodist
Church, 7400 N.Wickham
Road.
The free concert features
the debut of the group's
second contrabass flute.
This event will feature
Japanese, Irish, Korean and
Russian folk songs, as well as
music from the operas of
Mozart, Verdi, Rossini and
Gluck.
Donations will be accepted
to defray costs of music and
instruments.
For information, visit
www.scfo.org or call (321)
223-9875 in Melbourne or
(321) 269-6903 inTitusville.


Orchestra performs
'Haunting Melodies'
The Melbourne Communi-
ty Orchestra presents a
"Haunting Melodies" concert
at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 31 and Nov.
1 in the Melbourne Auditori-
um, 625 E. Hibiscus Blvd.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
Admission is free; tickets
are not needed.
Music includes "Danse
Macbre," "Blue Moon,"
"Cats," "Star Wars," "Pirates
of the Caribbean,
"Liebesfreud" and "A Night
on Bald Mountain."
For information, visit
mcofl.tripod.com or call (321)
952-9949.

Register now
for art workshops
LoPressionism Gallery of
Fine Art is taking registration
now for two November
workshops.
The workshops will be at
the gallery, 1010-B E. New
Haven Ave., Melbourne. All
workshops include a $20
non-refundable deposit.
For details, call (321) 722-
6000.
MarketYour Art Success-
fully- 6-9 p.m. Wednesday,
Nov. 7 to Dec. 5. $160.
Oil Painting with Carol
Kepp: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Nov.
9-10. $220.

European variety
circus comes to toown
Teatro Storvandre, a
European circus, cabaret and
comedy troop, will perform
in November at the Henegar
Center for the Performing
Arts, 652 E. New Haven Ave.,
Melbourne.
Performances are at 8 p.m.
Nov. 9,2 and 8 p.m. Nov. 10,
and 2 and 6 p.m. Nov. 11.
Tickets range from $32.75
to $42.75.
For tickets, call (321) 723-
8698 or visit
www.henegar.org.
For information on the
troop, visit www.teatrostor-
vandre.com.

Artists honored by for
exhibit works
MELBOURNE The Fifth
Avenue Art Gallery, 1470
Highland Ave., announces
the winners of the second
annual "100 Percent Pure
Florida" juried exhibition.
Elizabeth St. Hilaire Nelson
of Longwood won the "Best
of Show" honor for her paper
collage painting "Sunnyside


Up." As the winner, she will
be featured in a one-person
show at the gallery in June.
Other winners: Second,
Clay Eby of Tallahassee,
three-dimensional computer
generated sculpture,
"Warpcube," $250 prize;
third, Alfredo Alamo of
Tampa, metal sculpture,
"Immigrant," $150; the Tom
and Dotty Powers Award,
Sandy Johnson of Mel-
bourne, pastel painting,
"N.W. Florida," $100; and the
BAM-Chairman of the Board
of Trustees Award, Tom
Busby of Melbourne, acrylic
painting, "Courage," $100.
The Viewer's Choice Award
of $100 was given to lara
Flinn-Summer's for her
acrylic painting, "The
Offering."

Orchestra plans
antique show, more
The Brevard Symphony
Orchestra South Guild is
preparing for the Fall Festival
Antique Show and Afternoon
Tea.
This year's event is sched-
uled 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Oct.
19-20 and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Oct. 21 at the Heritage Isle
Club, Viera.
More than 20 antique
exhibitors from throughout
the U.S. will participate.
Afternoon tea will be
served 2-4 p.m. daily.
Refreshments will be
provided by the BSO South
Guild. Cost for tea and
refreshments will be $5 a
person.
As part of the tea, Brevard
Youth Symphony Orchestra
will perform Oct. 19-21. The
$5 admission will benefit the


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With a hoard of Rockledge
Raiders closing in, Eau
Gallie Commodores senior
Chris Pushman (No. 6)
heads up field after an
interception in the second
half of the Commodores
17-0 loss to Rockledge Oct.
12 at Commodores Field.
Eau Gallie hoists Palm Bay
this week in a crucial
district match up. Kickoff is
set for 7:30 p.m. Friday,
Oct. 19.






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Postseason hopes in play for teams


Eau Gallie, Melbourne, FAA face key district games


BY ROB SHELBURNE
Sports writer

With the first seven weeks
in the books, area football
teams enter the season's
stretch run and jockey for
postseason positions in
their respective districts.
Eau Gallie and Melbourne
high schools begin a three-
week stretch of district
games that will decide the
playoff fortunes for both
teams.
The Florida Air Academy
Falcons face a do-or-die sit-
uation in its final district
game, and the Melbourne
Central Catholic Hustlers
travel to Fort Lauderdale for
an out-of-district contest.

Eau Gallie Commodores
(5-2, 2-0) vs. Palm Bay
Pirates (4-2,2-0)
This game is the marquee
match up in Class 5A, Dis-
trict 13.
The Commodores are
coming off a tough 17-0 loss
at the hands of the Rock-
ledge Raiders last week
where their defense kept the
Raiders on their own side of
the field for all but two
plays.


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The Raiders gained 206
yards on the ground against
Eau Gallie, 116 yards com-
ing on two long touchdown
runs by Markee Jordan and
quarterback Doug Goins.
Eau Gallie, winners of
three out of its last four
games, has held opponents
to 10 points per game.
However, the Com-
modores offense has strug-
gled in recent weeks, scor-
ing just 12 points in the
previous two games.
Against Rockledge, Eau
Gallie totaled just 56 yards
of offense and turned the
ball over four times.
Eau Gallie coach Todd Oas
said his offense will have to
improve if they are to be
successful against Palm Bay.
"The bottom line is our
offense has to start blocking
and staying on blocks," he
said as the Commodores
prepared for this week's
game. "If we do that, and
eliminate turnovers, we will
be successful in the three
remaining district games."
Junior Jimbo Wilson is
expected to get the start at
quarterback for Eau Gallie.
Wilson has been behind
center since senior Sean
Wavra went down with a
concussion during the
Commodores 32-19 win at
Satellite.
Palm Bay is coming off a
bye week after its 21-14 vic-
tory over Bayside Oct. 5.
Running back Stephon
Mercer is averaging six yards
per carry and 119 yards per
game for the Pirates.
The Pirates, in search of a
12th consecutive playoff
berth, also have had trouble
on offense, committing
untimely turnovers and
penalties in both losses this
year.
Head coach Dan Burke
said his team must stay


focused against the Com-
modores.
"We cannot help the
opponent with turnovers,
stupid penalties and special
teams errors," he said. "We
need to come out and play
physical like we did against
Bayside. The most physical
team usually wins."
Kickoff for this week's
game is set for 7:30 p.m. Oct.
19 at Commodores Field on
the campus of Eau Gallie
High School.
Melbourne Bulldogs (4-3,
1-1) at Centennial Eagles
(2-4,0-2)
The Bulldogs enter this
game hitting on all cylin-
ders.
After losing three in a row,
Melbourne has won two
straight, its running game
seems to have found its legs.
Last week, senior Jordan
Welch and sophomore
Cortez Ray teamed up to
run for 279 yards and three
touchdowns as the Bulldogs
beat the Space Coast Vipers
33-7.
In an Oct. 5 win over Port
St. Lucie, Welch gained 149
yards and scored two touch-
downs as Melbourne
snapped its three-game
skid.
The Bulldogs defense is
allowing a county-low 68
yards per game rushing as
they enter this key stretch of
district games.
"We have got to continue
to run the ball well and play
good run defense," said
first-year head coach Todd
Wilson. "Our special teams
are improving and we feel
good about the direction we
are heading."
After winning its first two
games, Centennial has lost
four in a row, and at 0-2 in
the district, faces a must-
win situation if they are to


have any hopes of reaching
the postseason.
The Eagles lost to Bayside
28-9 Sept. 21 and dropped a
close 12-10 contest to Eau
Gallie Oct. 5.
Kickoff for this week's
game is set for 7:30 p.m. Oct.
19 in Port St. Lucie.

FAA Falcons (6-1, 1-1) at
Father Lopez Catholic
Green Wave (3-3, 0-1)
The Falcons could have
locked up a home playoff
game with a victory at The
First Academy Oct. 5.
But the Royals proved to
be too much, winning 42-
21, setting up a key game in
Daytona Beach this week.
FAA bounced back from
that loss with a sound 50-6
victory at home over The
Spirit of Christ Academy
Oct. 11.
The Falcons have the
county's No. 3 rusher in jun-
ior Umar Merritt.
Merritt ran for 131 yards
and a touchdown last week
and averages nearly 125
yards per game rushing.
Father Lopez, meanwhile,
is smarting after a tough 13-
6 home loss to The First
Academy last week.
TFA exploited the Green
Wave defense for 311 rush-
ing yards and held the ball
for 31 minutes.
Father Lopez had trouble
moving the ball, as well,
gaining just 127 yards in the
game.
Falcons coach Roderick
Lawson and his staff are
sure to have looked at the
game tape and fans can
expect a heavy dose of Umar
Merritt as the Falcons shoot
for their first-ever playoff
appearance.
Kickoff .for this week's
game is set for 7 p.m. Oct. 19
in Daytona Beach.

MCC Hustlers (2-5, 0-2) at
Pine Crest Prep Panthers
(3-3)
The Hustlers snapped a
three-game losing streak
last week with a 12-7 victory
over the upstart Liberty
High School Chargers from
Kissimmee.
Junior Aaron Elmore is
averaging more than 80
yards per game and has
scored five touchdowns this
season. Last week he rushed
for 104 yards in the Hustlers
come-from-behind victory.
After an 8-2 season in
2006, the Panthers have
struggled in 2007, dropping
two of their first three
games.
Playing an independent
schedule, Pine Crest has
rebounded with two wins in
its last three games, includ-
ing a 28-21 win over Miami's
Westminster Academy last
weekend.
Although they are out of
the postseason picture,
MCC can carry momentum
into its last district game
Nov. 2 versus John Carroll
with a strong showing this
week.
Kickoff for this week's
game is set for 7 p.m. Friday,
Oct. 19, in Fort Lauderdale.


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High school football,
Week 7, Oct. 12
Melbourne Bulldogs 33,
Space Coast Vipers 7
Cortez Ray and Jourdan Welch
combined for 279 yards rushing
and three touchdowns, and the
stubborn Bulldogs defense held
the explosive Vipers to just 146
yards of offense as Melbourne
won its second straight game to
improve to 4-3.
Ray opened the scoring with a
22-yard dash with 6:09 left in the
first quarter.
Welch followed with 13-yarder,
allowing Melbourne to take a 13-7
lead into the half.
Space Coast's only score came
on a 21-yard pass from Kyle
Rooker to Derick Roberts at the
3:37 mark of the second quarter.
A pair of Bradley Holmes field
goals (22 and 46 yards) were
sandwiched around a 2-yard run
by Matt Spinazzola and the Bull-
dogs widened their lead to 26-7
heading into the final quarter.
Ray capped the scoring with a
46-yard run midway through the
fourth quarter to seal the Vipers'
fate.
"I think we are improving a s a
whole," Bulldogs head coach Todd
Wilson said afterward. "We feel
positive about the direction we are
taking."
Melbourne (1-1 in district play)
travels to Port St. Lucie this week
to take on district foe Centennial
in a must-win game for the Bull-
dogs. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m.
MCC Hustlers 12, Liberty
Chargers 7
Sophomore quarterback Mike
Erdman snuck in from the 1-yard
line with :40 to play in the third
quarter, and the Hustlers defense
shut down the Chargers in the
fourth quarter to salvage the vic-
tory at Hustlers Field in Mel-
bourne.
Junior Aaron Elmore led the
MCC attack with 104 yards rush-
ing on 18 carries, as the Hustlers
piled up 141 yards on the ground.
Joe Toppa ran for 33 yards and
MCC's only other score, an 8-
yarder with 8:20 to play in the first
half.
Liberty opened the scoring on
an 8-yard pass from Andrew Feli-
cano to Tyler Tremaine with 8:50
to go in the first quarter.
The victory ended a three-game
losing skid for the Hustlers, mov-
ing them to 2-5 on the season.
MCC travels to Fort Lauderdale
this week to take on Pine Crest
School in a non-district affair.
Kickoff is set for 7 p.m.
Rockledge Raiders 17, Eau
Gallie Commodores 0
Football is a game of inches; or
in the case of this game, 4,212
inches.
That's the distance covered by
the two scoring plays for the
Raiders at Commodores Field last
week in defense struggle between
two of Brevard County's hottest
teams.
Rockledge overcame 10 penal-
ties, a fumble and an interception
to survive and hand Eau Gallie its
first loss in the last four games.
After two consecutive illegal
procedure penalties, Rockledge
running back Markee Jordan
found a hole up the middle and
outraced the Commodores
defense 71 yards for the game's
first score at the 7:08 mark of the
second quarter.
The game remained scoreless
for the next 16:31 until Kory
Kowalski booted a 30-yard field
goal with 2:37 left in the third
quarter to put the Raiders up 10-
0.
Rockledge seized control after
Chris Pushman fumbled a punt
return on a vicious hit along the
Eau Gallie sideline setting the
Raiders up at the Commodores
40 yard line.
After being sacked on the ensu-
ing play, Rockledge quarterback
Doug Goins sprinted 46-yards
around the right side and into the
end zone to give the Raiders a
decided 17-0 advantage with 9:56
to go in the game.
Eau Gallie (6-1, 2-0) struggled
on offense, managing just 57
yards, losing two fumbles and
tossing one interception.
"Our defense played with
tremendous effort throughout (the
game)," said Commodores head
coach Todd Oas. "Other than two
breakdowns on those long runs,
we played well."
The Commodores host the
Palm Bay Pirates (4-2, 2-0) this
week in a key district showdown
for both teams. Kickoff is set for
7:30 p.m.
FAA Falcons 50, Spirit of
Christ 6 (Oct. 11)
The Falcons shook off last
week's 42-6 loss to The First
Academy and improved to 6-1,
smiting the Spirit of Christ 50-6 at
Falcons Field in Melbourne.
Umar Merritt led the way for
FAA with 131 yards and a touch-
down on 13 carries.
FAA blew the game wide open
in the second quarter, scoring on
a 26-yard Jeffrey Keels run; a 42-
yard interception return by Keels
for a score; a safety; and Merritt's
9-yard run with :02 left in the half.
The Falcons totaled 269 yards
rushing in the game, while holding
Christ to -5 yards on the ground.
Christ's quarterback Demetrius
Jones passed for 121 yards and
four interceptions in the loss.
FAA travels to Daytona Beach
this week to take on Father Lopez
Academy in a big district show-
down. A loss would eliminate the


Falcons from the postseason.
Kickoff is set for 7 p.m.
Junior varsity football, Oct. 11
*Liberty Chargers 33, MCC
Hustlers 17
The Chargers scored 27 unan-
swered points in the second and
third quarters to thwart a 120-
yard, two-touchdown rushing per-
formance by the Hustlers' Caleb
Burke at Hustlers Field in Mel-
bourne.
Burke rallied the Hustlers with
fourth-quarter scores from five


and six yards out but it was not
enough to slow the hard-charging
Liberty squad.
Quarterback Cuco Santana
completed 10-of-12 passes for
110 yards, and Blake Waters
hauled in eight passes for 91
yards in the second half.
Matt Mcguire led the MCC
defense with five tackles. Burke
and Waters each had four tackles,
and Brendan Healy had three
tackles.
Clay Slentz and Patrick Filiger
each recovered a fumble for the
Hustlers.
Area football standings
Class 5A, District 13
Eau Gallie 5-2
Palm Bay 4-2
Bayside 4-2
Melbourne 4-3
Port St. Lucie 2-4
Centennial 2-4
Class 2B, District 7
Pahokee 6-0
King's Academy 6-1
John Carroll 3-4
MCC 2-4
Class 1A, District 4
FAA 6-1
First Academy 5-2
Father Lopez 3-3
Holy Trinity 3-4
Oct. 8
Golf (girls)
*Melbourne Central Catholic
199, Edgewood 204 at Mel-
bourne Municipal GC, Par-36 -
MCC: Kelly Drack, 40; Heather
Pearson, 45; Julia Lai, 55;
Stephanie Parsons, 59. EDG: Rita
Ling, 49; Emily Sotherlund, 49;
Holly Fischer, 50; Ashley Allen,
56. MCC: 9-2 EDG: 4-4
Golf (boys)
Mid-Florida Christian Confer-
ence Tournament at Savannahs
GC, Par-72
*Brevard HEAT 369, Merritt
Island Christian 383, Covenant
Christian 477, Orlando Luther-
an 514 BH: Nelson Apsey, 75;
Tim Schulz, 85; Jake Easterling,
90; Allen Gibson, 119. MICS:
Michael Paulk, 89; Jacob Faul, 92;
Kyle Morgan, 94; Barrett Cutrer,
108. CC: Brad Bauer, 115; Josh
Buckingham, 119; Tyler Jones,
120; Derrick Bedolli, 123. OL:
Kyle Wilkins, 121; Jack Goggin,
128; Alex McFall, 131; Doug
DeCola, 134.
*Holy Trinity 163, Melbourne
Central Catholic 167 at Suntree
CC, Par-36 HT: Logan Good-
son, 35; Matt Haney, 40; Bret But-
ler, 42; Ben Wallis 46. MCC: Evan
Addington 37, Sean Mason 42,
Tim Fitzgerald 42, Chip Richards
46. MCC 3-5-1 HT: 6-5
Oct. 9
Golf (boys)
*Viera. 166, West Shore 168,
Covenant Christian 214 at
Duran GC, Par-36 VHS: Trey
Valentine, 34; Tyler Buffum, 41;
Alex Boone, 44; Dylan Morris, 47.
WS: Travis Metcalf, 37; Thomas
McDowell, 42; Will Dawson, 43;
Nicklaus Nafzger, 46. CC: Tyler
Jones, 52; James Townsend, 53;
Mike Camill, 53; Josh Bucking-
ham, 56. VHS: 10-8 WS: 6-9 CC:
n/a
Golf (girls)
*MCC 194, St. Edwrads 228 at
Melbourne Municipal GC, Par-
36 MCC: Kelly Drack, 41;
Heather Pearson, 42; Emily
James, 55; Brenna Fleis, 56. SE:


Cassandra Tavolerella, 39; Galisa
Harris, 57; Maggie Cancelosi, 62;
i Kaitlyn Brown, 70 MCC: 10-2 SE:
1-2
Swimming (girls)
*Merritt Island Christian 67,
MCC 67
Volleyball
*Eau Gallie def. Osceola 25-20,
16-25, 25-20, 16-25, 15-9 EG: 11-
7 OSC: 14-4
*Melbourne def. Palm Bay 25-
19, 25-23, 25-23 MEL: 5-11 PB
11-6
*Temple Christian def. Brevard
Christian 25-16, 25-20, 27-25 TC:
7-8
Oct. 10
Golf (boys)
*Brevard HEAT 165, West
Shore 183 at The Majors GC,
Par-36 BH:Jesse Easterling,
35; Nelson Apsey, 39; Tim
Schultz, 44; Joey Gibson, 47. WS:
Thomas McDowell, 41; Will Dae-
son, 44; Travis Metcalf, 44; Ryan
Hughes, 54. BH: 14-1 WS: 7-10-1
Golf (girls)
*Rockledge 182, Eau Gallie
201 at Rockledge CC, Par-35 -
RCK: Jaclyn Colton, 41; Erica
Pierce, 43; Jessica Wolchick, 45;
Chelsea Haas, 53. EG: Jessica
Santoro, 46; Shea Trower, 47;
Malou Vorce, 54; Sheree Baxter,
54. RCK: 11-1 EG: 8-3
Volleyball
*Eau Gallie def.'Bayside 25-21,
25-11, 25-12 EG: 12-7 BHS: 1-17
*MCC def. West Shore 25-10,
25-10, 25-7 MCC: 16-7
Oct. 11
Golf (girls)
*Eau Gallie 206, Cocoa 246 at
Turtle Creek GC, Par-36 EG:
Jessica Santoro, 48; Sheree Bax-
ter, 50; Malou Vorce, 51; Kristina
Lanza, 57. CHS: Amanda Cejda,
53; Vicki Weaver, 58; Chelsea
DeMico, 67; Breck Olsen, 68. EG:
9-3 CHS: 2-10
Volleyball
*MCC def. Cocoa Beach 25-5,
25-11,25-19 MCC: 17-7 CB: 5-16
*Titusville def. Eau Gallie 25-18,
25-27, 15-25, 25-16, 15-11 THS:
16-4 EG: 12-7
*Edgewood def. Brevard HEAT
25-15, 25-20, 25-5 EDG: 11-8
Oct. 12"
Cape Coast Conference
Swimming and Diving Champi-
onships
Team results (girls)
Satellite 477; Cocoa Beach 429;
Titusville 316; Viera 22; Rock-
ledge 202; Palm Bay 139; Astro-
naut 119; Merritt Island 87; Bay-
side 86; Space Coast 69; Eau
Gallie 61; Melbourne 53; Cocoa
18.
Team results (boys)
Cocoa Beach 331; Satellite
311.5; Merritt Island 273; Astro-
naut 243;.Bayside 225; Palm Bay
196; Rockledge 174; Titusville
162; Viera 104.5; Eau Gallie
88.5; Space Coast 84; Melbourne
70; Cocoa 26
Volleyball
*Palm Bay def. West Shore 25-
15, 25-17, 25-16 PB: 12-7
*Covenant Christian def. Bre-
vard HEAT 25-20, 21-25, 25-20,
28-25 CC: 8-8
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Golf championship goes to Astronaut, Cocoa Beach


BY ROB SHELBURNE
Sports writer

On a windy Oct. 8 morning
in Viera, the Cape Coast
Conference staged its annu-
al boys and girls golf cham-
pionships on two of Brevard
County's more popular
courses.
Thirteen schools were rep-
resented in the tournament
but only two would lay
claim to the title at round's
end.
The Cocoa Beach Lady
Minutemen extended their
winning streak to 14 match-
es by taking the girl's trophy
with a score of 344 at Viera'
East Golf Club in Viera.
Jessica Wolchick of Rock-
ledge High School won the
CCC girls individual cham-
pionship, shooting a score
of 75.
On the boys' side of the'
draw, the Astronaut War
Eagles will display the
championship trophy for
the next year, besting the
field by 11 strokes with a
score of 309 at Duran Golf
Club in Viera.
Cocoa Beach High
School's Cody Geiger won
the boys' individual title
with a score of 70.
Melbourne area schools
were represented by Mel-
bourne, Eau Gallie and Viera


high schools.
The Bulldogs finished in
11th place with a team score
of 374. Chris McRea shot 90
to pace the Bulldogs team.
The Lady Bulldogs secured
a tie for the 10th spot with
Cocoa High School with a
score of 488. Kristin Grubka
was low shooter for the Mel-
bourne girls at 114.
The Eau Gallie Lady Com-
modores, led by Kristina
Lanza's 93, finished in third
place, coming in with a
score of 394.
"We had some very inspi-
rational performances out
there," said Lady Com-
modores coach Steven Sten-
gel. "Kristina Lanza (93) shot
under 100 for the first time
ever, and Sheree Baxter shot
a back-nine 46 after a 61 on
the front. I think we showed
that for 18 holes we can play
with anybody."
For the Commodores
boys, it couldn't have been
worse. Eau Gallie finished in
13th place with a score of
392. Jimmy Smyth led the
way with a score of 91.
The fledgling Viera Hawks
were represented well by
both the boys and girls
squads. .
The Lady Hawks shared
sixth place with the Space
Coast Lady Vipers with a
score of 426. Nancy Keck


and Katie Buescher led the
way for Viera with a pair of
101s.
The Viera boys also fin-
ished in sixth place. Led by
the play of freshman sensa-
tion Trey Valentine, the
Hawks scored 350 for the
tournament.
Valentine posted a 5-over-
par 77 on his home course
to pace the Hawks.

Cape Coast Conference
golf tournament, final
results (girls), Viera East
Golf Course Par-72, 5,665
yards
1. Cocoa Beach (344):
Olivia Lugar 77, Heather
Baker 81, Lauren Leasure 92,
Katrina Koser 94.
2. Rockledge (349): Jessica
Wolchick 76, Erica Pierce 85,
Jaclyn Colton 94, Christina
Plum 94.
3. Eau Gallie (394): Kristi-
na Lanza 93, Jessica Santoro
93, Mahou Vorce 102, Shea
Tower 106.
4. Titusville (399): Cara
Fisher 86, Kim Braun 90, C.J.
Lane 103, Cari Shaheen 120.
5. Satellite (409): Alexan-
dra Barker 97, Alex-andra
Wensinger 100, Nicole Totty
104, Rebecca Lewis 108.
T6. Space Coast (426):
Cara Kendall 101, Brittany
Merritt 106, Kathryn Sirp
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Staff photo by Rob Shelburne
Viera High School's Trey Valentine hits his approach to the second green during the Cape
Coast Conference championships Oct. 8 at Duran Golf Club in Viera. Valentine shot 77,
seven strokes behind winner Cody Geiger of Cocoa Beach High School. As a team, Viera
finished in sixth place with a score of 350.


T6. Viera (426): Nancy
Keck 101, Katie Buescher
101, Danielle Baiunco 105,
Laura Conklin 119.
8. Merritt Island (430): Jen-
nifer Kilpatrick 99, Sam
Oliver 99, Megan Clawton
112, Bethany Sinclair 120,
Danielle Ordonez 120.
9. Palm Bay (451): Peeraya
Sawangkum 92, Erin McLar-
nan 116, Altha Jefferson 120,
Crystal Dietz 123.
T10. Cocoa (488): Amanda
Cedja 115, Chelsie Dimico
117, Vicki Weaver 123, Breck
Olsen 133.
T10. Melbourne (488):
Kristen Grubka 114, Erin
Addison 115, Sofia Car-
rasquillo 128, Kelsey Gowen
131.
12. Bayside (490):
Kathrine Beckett 118,
Brooklyn Dawson 120,
Alexandra Clawson 122,
Nicole Rowland 130.
13. Astronaut (517): Alisha
Kipp 122, Jenna Bonaccorso
127, Michelle Quinn 129,


Sierra Gaenicke 139.

Cape Coast Conference
golf tournament, final
results (boys), Duran Golf
Club Par-72,6,312 yards
1. Astronaut (309): Travis
Tolbert 75, Ryan Gooden 76,
Colton Cranston 78, Dan
Rojas 80.
2. Titusville (320): Zach
Stites 75, Christian Westhor-
pe 81, Chris Dutton 82, Ryan
Comber 82.
3. Satellite (322): Tony
Vizzini 77, Joe Shea 78,
Adam Lindsey 80, D.J. Dunn
87.
4. Rockledge (329): Steve
Bourne 79, Phil Rounds 79,
Mito Alfonso 82, Rob Byther
89.
5. Merritt Island (347):
David Mercer 72, Greg Jen-
nings 85, Mitchell Drinkwa-
ter 95, Michael Pentrack 95.
6. Viera (350): Trey Valen-
tine 77, Tommy De-Marco
89, Tyler Buffum 91, Dylan


Morris 93.
7. Cocoa Beach (355):
Cody Geiger 70, Jona-than
Turner 83, Chris Crider.97,
Owen Burns 105.
8. Space Coast (371):
Kenny Brackin 84, Justin
Bryant 88, Ryan Brackin 94,
Matt Burdett 105.
9. Cocoa (372): Bryan
Rickards 87, Trevor Owens
90, Ryan Lawhon 97, Stuart
Brauderick 98.
10. Bayside (373): Jarred
Ramnath 80, Frankie LaBel-
la 82, Matt Bullin 103, Ken
Beckett 108.
11. Melbourne (374):
Chris McCrea 90, Ben
Pittman 91, Kyle McLachlan
94, Brandon Lukavsky 99.
12. Palm Bay (385):
Andrew Burns 81, Robbie
Mosby 84, Alec Morrison
107; Justin Morrison 113.
13. Eau Gallie (392):
Jimmy Smith 91, Lincoln
Moon 97, Andrew Walker
100, Carmine Mattarazzo
104.


Habitat greens renovation complete


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS
The greens renovation at
the Habitat Golf Course in
Valkaria has been complet-
ed.
All 18 greens were re-sur-
faced with Champion Ultra-
Dwarf variety grass, a high-
tech strain of turf grass
intended to ensure world-
class putting surfaces year-
round.
During the renovations,
which, according to a press
release, began in July and
required the course to be
closed, most greens were


High school sports
Football, Week 8, Oct. 19
(all games scheduled for 7:30p.m.
unless otherwise noted)
*Eau Gallie vs. Palm Bay
*Melbourne at Centennial
*MCC at Pine Crest


enlarged and some re-con-
toured.
'All golf courses require
regular renovation of the
greens because of the deli-
cate nature of today's hybrid
grasses," said Alex
Romanoff, PGA professional,
and course manager in a
press release. "Because of
the increasing demands of
golfers for faster and
smoother putting surfaces,
we chose Champion Ultra-
dwarf for superior greens."
Improvements also were
made to fairways, cart paths.
Prescribed burns of some


*FAA at Father Lopez, 7 p.i
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Catholic High Scho
Golf (boys/girls)
Oct. 15 district tournament
Cita CC, 10:30 a.m.


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natural areas, renovation of
on-course restrooms, prac-
tice area expansions and
bridge repairs were included
in the makeover.
Famous as an Audubon
wildlife sanctuary and for its
secluded fairways, The
Habitat is a par-72 champi-
onship course winding 6,836
yards through forest, water,
and wetlands. The course
offers a driving range, food
service, pro shop and les-
sons.
For more information, call
Alex Romanoff at 321-952-
6312.


Volleyball
*Oct. 23-25 District tournament at
MCC, 6 p.m.
Eau Gallie High School
a Swimming
*Oct. 20-21 district meet, North
County Aquatic Center, Jupiter, 9
a.m.
E Cross country
*Oct. 27 Cape Coast Conference
championships at Titusville, 7:30
a.m.
Volleyball
*Oct. 23-25 District tournament at
Eau Gallie High School, TBA
Melbourne High School
Cross country
*Oct. 20 Holy Trinity Invitational,
TBA
Volleyball


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Former Bulldog


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FOR HOMETOWN NEWS M' '!l


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Western Illinois Univer-
sity junior and 2005 Mel-
bourne High School grad-
uate Taylor Rowan has
earned his third Gateway
Football Conference Spe-
cial Teams Player of the
Week honor.
Ryan earned the honor
after the Leathernecks' 34-
13 victory at Stephen. E
Austin Sept. 22.
Rowan, a 6-foot, 185-
pound place kicker, was a
perfect 4-for-4 on field
goal attempts and scored a
total of 14 points in West-
ern Illinois' road win.
Rowan accounted for 11
of the Leathernecks' 31
unanswered points in the
comeback win, including a
50-yarder in the first quar-
ter.
His career-long 55-
yarder in the second half
was the second-longest in
school history and made
him just the second Leath-
erneck ever to hit two field
goals of at least 50 yards in
one game.
Rowan also averaged
59.2 yards per kickoff, with
two touchbacks.
Rowan leads the entire
nation in field goals (2.75
per game), and ranks 11th
in the nation in scoring
(11.5 points per game).
One week earlier, Rowan
received his second Gate-
way Football Conference
Special Teams Player of
the Week award after scor-
ing 15 points in the Leath-
ernecks' 69-0 win over St.
Francis.
Rowan converted two of
his three field goal
attempts, connecting from


Photo courtesy of
Western Illinois University
2005 Melbourne High
School graduate Taylor
Rowan has received three
Gateway Conference Play-
er of the Week awards in
2007.

35 and 52 yards away, and
hit all nine extra-point
attempts to extend his PAT
streak to an even 100. He is
now three shy of tying the
Gateway Conference
record of 103 held by West-
ern Kentucky's Chris
James (2004-06).
Rowan was honored with
the award for the first time
this season after the
Leathernecks 29-26 over-
time win over South Dako-
ta State on opening-day
Aug. 30.
The former Melbourne
Bulldog kicked five field
goals, including the game
winner in the fourth over-
time.
Western Illinois opens
conference play this week
against Indiana State.
The Leathernecks are 4-1
so far in 2007.


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From page B7
Local colleges

Golf (men)
Panthers, Titans shine at
Spartan Invitational
The Florida Tech and Brevard
Community College mens' golf
teams posted second and fifth
place. finishess, :respectively, at
the 2007 Spartan, Invitational
hosted by the University of
Tampa Oct. 8-9.
After leading the tournament
for the first two rounds, the Pan-
thers posted a final-round score
of 301 to secure the runner-up
spot, one stroke behind tourna-
ment champion Lynn Universi-
ty,with a 54-hole team score of
893.
BCC's final-round score of
299 left the Titans 10 strokes
behind Lynn and nine strokes
back of FIT at 902 for the tour-
nament.
The Panthers were led by
Lance Gillett whose 74 in the
third round was good enough to
leave him tied for fourth place in


the race for individual medallist
honors with Lynn's Devin Kay at
219.
The Titans got solid performanc-
es from Christian Blanchet (75-
75-74-224) and Sam Wall (77-
75-72-224) as BCC, the only
two-year school in the field,
secured the top-five finish.
Soccer (women)
FIT 4, Eckerd College 1 -
FIT: DeeDee Newland, goal;
Matilda Ostergaard, goal; Aman-
da Hjalmarsson, goal; Jennifer
Gillette, goal. EC: Megan Guz-
man, goal. FIT: 6-4-1 EC: 0-12
Oct.10
Volleyball
*FIT def. Embry-Riddle 30-
20,30-32, 30-18, 30-20 FIT: 14-
8
Oct. 11
Volleyball
*FIT def. West Georgia 30-20,
24-30, 30-23, 30-35 FIT: 15-8


Sports
From page B8
*Oct. 23-25 District tournament at
Eau Gallie High School, TBA
Swimming
Oct. 20-21 district meet, North
County Aquatic Center, Jupiter, 9
a.m.

College sports

Florida Tech
Golf (men)
*Oct. 21-23 St. Leo University Fall
Invitational, Dade City, TBA
Golf (women)
Oct. 21-23 St. Leo University Fall
Invitational, Dade City, TBA
Cross country
*Oct. 20 Sunshine State Confer-
ence Championships, St. Leo Uni-
versity, 8 a.m.
Volleyball
*Oct. 19 at St. Leo, 7 p.m.


*Oct. 20 vs. Henderson State
Univ. at St. Leo, 10 a.m.
*Oct. 20 vs. Northwood at Saint
Leo, 2 p.m.
*Oct. 24 vs. Florida Southern, 7
p.m.
Soccer (men)
*Oct. 20 Alumni game, 4 p.m.
*Oct. 23 vs. Nova Southeastern, 4
p.m.
Soccer (women)
*Oct. 20 Alumni game, 2 p.m.
*Oct. 21 vs. Warner Southern, 3
p.m.
* Oct. 24 vs. Nova Southeastern,
4p.m.

Charity scramble

The inaugural Colbert Classic
golf tournament benefiting Easter
Seals of Florida will be Oct. 27 at


Duran golf Club in Viera.
Format is a four-person scramble'
with an 8 a.m. shotgun start.
Registration and a putting contest
will be at 6:30 a.m.
Cost is $100 a player, which
includes 18 holes of golf, cart, lunch
buffer and a goodie bag.
For information, visit www.chad-
colbert.com or call (321) 751-8943

Viera golf classic

Viera High School will have its
2007 Viera High School Golf Clas-
sic Nov.27 at Duran Golf Club, 7032
Stadium Parkway, Viera.
The format is a four-person
scramble with an 8 a.m. shotgun
start.
Cost is $300 per team. This
includes range balls, breakfast,


lunch and prizes.
Proceeds will benefit Viera High
School athletics.
For information, call Donnie Bas-
cle at (321) 298-8763 or email bas-
cled@brevard.k12.fl.us

Senior baseball

Those age 50 and older interest-
ed in playing wood bat baseball
Sunday at 9:30 a.m. and Thurs-
days at 5 p.m. should call Jack
Sayles at (321) 242-6012.
There is no cost. Players must
provide their own equipment.
Coaches, league organizers,
event leaders and camp directors
with news, stats or announcements,
contact Rob Shelburne at Shel-
burne@hometownnewsol.com


State school board approves across invitational
FOR HOMETOWN NEWS release. Sebastian River high schools.
Sixty-three boys teams and District tournaments will
At its Sept. 24 meeting, the 62 girls teams will participate take place March 31-April 4
Florida High School Board of in the single-class, 16-district with Vero Beach hosting the
Directors approved an invita- series. District 12 tournament.
tional state championship Melbourne Central Catholic The inaugural FHSAA finals
series for boys and girls High School will compete in tournament will be April 18-
lacrosse for spring 2008, District 12 with St. Edwards 19 at a site yet to be deter-
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Thirty Second Annual
Depression
Glass Show & Sale
Glassware, Pottery &
China
The Lakeland Center,
701 West Lime St.,
Lakeland, FL
(Take Exit 31 off 1-4
Directly to:
The Lakeland Center)
Sat. 10-27 9am-5pm
Sun. 10-28 10am-4pm
Admission $5.00
For info: 863-668-9587
www.glassaholics.com

HALLMARK Christmas
Ornament collection over
2900 '86-'00. Good Ebay
business. Worth $40,000
Sell $7500 772-546-3158
TEXACO AIRPLANES
with boxes Years 1-10 no
9th. 2 each of some. $95
for 1st issue, $25 all oth-
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REFRIGERATOR, GE,
21 cu. ft., 2 years new,
white, ice maker, like
new, $325.321-254-9520




AB LOUNGE, still in box,
$100. Call 321-728-1107
S. Brevard

AIRLINE TRAVEL case
for pet, underseat, $25;
formal dresses (2), $25
each, call 321-752-8189.
ANTIQUE LOVESEAT &
(3) chair frames, circa
1890, $100/obo for all.
321-722-2997 S. Brevard
AQUARIUMS 2 Ten Gal.
with dual stand, complete
setups, filters, hoods,dec
$40 321-779-9282 SoBre
AQUARIUMS: 3 10 gal.
w/ filters, pumps & equip-
ment $15ea, stand $15.
321-984-8446 SBCev
ARMOIRE APT. size
med color, part. brd
w/laminate from Target
$20 321-639-2749 NoBre
BEDROOM SET full or
queen. Headboard dress-
er mirror nightstand chest
$200 obo 321-690-6955
BELTED RADIALS- (4)
steel, all season, $155;
Pack'n Play, $45, call
321-723-0566, So. Brev.
BICYCLE MENS 26"
Beach cruiser Huffy 6spd
balloon tires. Good cond.
$25 321-757-8963 SoBre
BICYCLES, (2), Harley
Chopper look alike, new,
great Xmas items! $120
call 321-508-4593, S. Br. ,


BIFOLD DOOR unit, lou-
vered, new unused, 36",
lite brown unstained wood
$29. 321-725-8392
BIKE- MEN'S, new cond,
$50; Windsor chairs (4)
$50 all, call
321-722-0967, So. Brev.
BISTRO SET, wicker, w/
glasstop, $75; GE stove,
glasstop, white,self clean,
$125. 321-752-0946
BLOWER, GAS, Crafts-
man, back pack, runs
great, $75, call
321-254-3577, So. Brev.
Body Board, brand new,
never used, Wave skater,
up to 2351bs, blue/yellow
leash$134. 321-725-7379
BODY BUILDING Exer-
cise Equip.- famous Body
by Jake ab workout,brand
new! $39. 321-288-2924
CABINET,' PINE, $125;
Coffee table, country
style, must see, $45, call
321-768-1620, So. Brev.
CELL PHONE, never
used, motokrzr k1, blue,
mp3,camera,simscard,
$160 321-269-4651 NoBr
CHINA CABINET- oak,
lighted, mirror, 83"x53",
$200, call 321-409-2597.
CHINA SERVER, Lenox
Chateaux. Ivory, sculp-
tured 13" w/handle $50
321-727-1205 SoBrev
COMFORTER, QUEEN
size, pink/reversible,
used 2 time, $10, call
321-259-2853, So. Brev.
COMPUTER ARMOIRE,
$80; Pine finish. I can
e-mail pictures.
321-373-4046 SoBrev
COMPUTER DESK &
chair, Good cond. $10
takes both 772-589-6726
COMPUTER,IBMNet Vis-
ta,w/monitor, works great,
$120; Epson Stylus CX
printer,$50. 321-952-7746
DARKROOM EQUIP-
MENT, photo scale and
development reels $45
321-259-5740 SoBrev
DEACON'S BENCH-
antique, made 1905, 96",
$175, call 321-984-3034.
DEER HUNTING climber
heavy duty tree stand 300
pound capacity w/safety
strap $95 321-454-3057
DINING TABLE w/4
chairs, iron and glasstop,
$85, call 321-773-5186.
DISPLAY CASES, (4)
tabletop, $150/all; Harley
Davidson beer can collec.
$50/all. 321-956-8500
DRESSER MIRROR, 4
drawer chest, head
board, $60 all, call
321-768-2496, So. Brev.
DRYER, WHIRLPOOL,
heavy duty, 4 cycle, 3
temps. Works good $50
772-238-0012 IR


DVD CAMCORDER-
Cannon ZR80, digital,
needs battery charger,
$100, call 321-254-0515.
DVD- CD player, $60;
Desk chairs, (2), $25
each, call 321-674-0151.
DVD/VCR RECORDER,
new, $125; Stereo, am/
fm, phono, speaker, $65,
call 321-777-4153, S. Br.
ELECTRIC BED, adjust-
able $200 772-664-0553
Barefoot Bay '
EXECUTIVE DESK and
Credenza, blonde, ex
cond, $200 both, call
321-243-2500, So. Brev.
FENCE GATES pair of
pressure treated 2-5'x6'
$50.Large airline dog car-
rier $25 321-383-0497
FIREWOOD, OAK cut
July. Electric Fence Ener-
gizer, 10acre, new inbox
$25. 321-383-0497 Titus
FISHING EQUIP., Off-
Shore, A1, 11 land lures-
sm.sizes/wts.,much more!
$200/all. 321-591-3008
FLY ROD- antique, split
bamboo, w/ reel, gd
cond, $75, call
321-676-0779, So. Brev.
FRAME, QUEEN size,
great shape, $20. Call
321-724-1311 S. Brevard
FREEZER, 16CUFT Ken-
more works great $75
321-543-4475 SoBrev
FRIDGE MAGIC Chef,
20cft, w/ice maker, gd
cond, clean, $199, call
321-773-4793, So. Brev.
FUTON WOOD with mat-
tress like new $150
321-777-2594 SoBrev
GOLF BALLS: good.
used. 600. ten cents ea.
Lot for $50. Good cause.
321-773-0621 SoBrev
GOLF CLUB. Titleist
Vokey Design 256-14
Sand Wedge. Good Con-
dition. $25. 321-254-0620
GOLF CLUBS- mixed
set of 16, $30, call
321-253-2629, So. Brev.
GRILL- GEORGE Fore-
man, big, $40; Micro-
wave, $20, call
321-684-3444, So. Brev.
HAIRSTYLING CHAIRS,
(6), in good condition,
$200/all. Call Nui at
321-723-8161 S. Brevard
HEAD BOARD/ book
case, king, $75; Twin
headboard, $25, call
321-259-6251, So. Brev.
HEADBOARD for bed,
wood stain brown, $19.
321-473-3551 S. Brev.
HESS TRUCKS (7) new
in unopened boxes.
3(1993) 2(1994) 2(1999)
$150 321-637-8834 north
HORSE STALL 12x12
$200 call 321-723-5866
Palm Bay.


HOT TUB Spa Pack,
brand new, 220V digital,
w/pump, heater, blower, &
more $199. 321-474-3706
IRRIGATION TUBING,
plastic 900ft 5/8" $30
Firm. 321-631-1277 NoBr
JUGS emergency water
$2. Beige Ithr overstuffed
swivel/recliner $80 Palm
Bay 321-604-2235
KAYAK, SINGLE sit with
paddle Good Cond. $200
321-368-2569 email pics
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KEY BOARD- Casio
CTK, 100 rythyms, tone,
song bank, $50, call
321-728-9317, So. Brev.
LEATHER MOTORCY-
CLE Jackets. Ladies size
10 $40; XL $60. Mens
black $65 321-956-1905
LINENS ONLY, sheets,
pillowcases, only $2-5.
321-777-2995 S. Brevard
LOUNGE with pillows,
32"Wx64"Lx29"H, $50.
321-953-0177 S. Brevard
LOVE SEATS- (2) flex
steel, med blue, $150 all,
call 321-727-3162, S. Br.
LUGGAGE, VINTAGE
American Tourister, red,
3pc $70 772-388-4038 IR
OFFICE DESK, walnut,
$75; Wicker high stand,
$65; chair, $25, call
321-242-0860, So. Brev.
OUTDOOR FURNITURE
set 6 piece. Beige PVC 4
chairs, table, umbrella.
$150 321-543-4007
PAINT, SHERWIN Wil-
liams, 5 gal., $60; Wood
Planks, (2), never used,
8'x5.5',$25. 321-960-6097
PATIO PIPE furniture.
Round table w/4 chairs
cushions light blue $100
321-255-9565 SoBrev
PEPSI MACHINE, works
great! $200. Please call
321-242-7276 S. Brevard
PET CARRIERS- (3), fits
sm dog/cat, $10; toilets
(2), $40, call
321-768-9671, So. Brev.
PFALTZGRAFF SERV-
ICE for 8 $50, Sound
Design Stereo wall $35,
321-722-4477
PHONES, SET of 2,
cordless, $25; Coffee
percolator, like new, $30,
call 321-259-1948, S. Br.
PIANO- ELECTRONIC,
100 songs, lessons,
rythms, reg $269 sell for
$125, call 321-724-4854.'
PING PONG table top for
pool table buffets, ex.
cond. $75, call
321-757-5435, So. Brev.
PLAY STATION 2, 4
games and 3 remote
controls, $120, call
352-428-1581, So. Brev.
PORT A'POTTY for
camper or boat, $19. Call
321-725-4809 S. Brev.


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RANGE Electric. White
self cleaning, 2yrs old,
exc. cond. Whirlpool,
$150. 321-724-8637
RECLINER- WALL Away
Micro-fiber, like new,
$200, call 321-984-7010.
RECLINER/ REVERSE
tan w/ remote, great for
elderly, $195, call
321-956-8123, So. Brev.
ROMAN SHADES: 2 are
72x68, (1) 56x68, (1)
36x68, gd cond, $25 all,
call 321-777-4194, S. Br.
ROOF SHINGLES: Still
in packages 6 packs
$60, New Food Processor
$25 OBO 321-728-3380
SEA WORLD tickets, 2
adult & 2 children, $200
cash only, 321-254-9753.
Sewing Machine, Sears,
Al shape, $50; Dining
room table, 4 chairs, $100
321-757-6737 S. Brevard
SLEEPER SOFA Broy-
hill. Blue & white, bed
never used. $80.
321-254-4591 S. Brevard
SLIDE PROJECTOR- w/
several extra slide trays,
very old, works grt, $100,
call 321-676-5264, S. Br.
STACK TABLES- light
color, square, great cond.
$20, call 321-259-9892.
STEMWARE SET- Mat-
suda, hand cut glass,
Japan, Bamboo style,
$50, call 321-213-7130.
STOVE ELECTRIC $50
321-728-8018 Palm Bay
TELEVISION 27" Sanyo,
like new. Top rated per
consumer reports $125.
321-751-8817 So.Brev
TELEVISION 36" Zenith
$200 located in Viera Call
321-426-4826 So.Brev
TORSO TRACK exercis-
er, fullsize, $60 obo;
Hunting tree stand, $50,
call 321-951-3082, S. Br.
TREAD MILL- Sears
Proform Crosswalk, $80,
call 321-259-7249, S. Br.
TREAD MILL- StarTrac
TR1800, ex condition,
$175, call 321-373-5460.
TRICYCLE GOLF cart;
$20; Pull golf cart, $15,
call 321-242-7040, S. Br.
TRUMPET CASE, stand-
ard, $20; Black ink cart,
$5; Tool case, $25, call
321-254-3217, So. Brev.
TV, RCA, 25" color con-
sole, good condition, $50.
321-254-1768 S. Brevard
TV- GE, 27 inches, good
condition, $70, call
321-213-7130, So. Brev.
WASHER AND DRYER
excellent condition. 5yrs
old hasnt been used for
lyr $100 321-693-7762
WASHING MACHINE-
high efficiency, front load-
ing, gd cond, $80, call
321-676-0079, So. Brev.


WEIGHT SYSTEM, nev-
er used, $100 obo; Total
Gym, $70 obo, call
321-254-0924, So. Brev.
WET SUIT 2pc $50 obo,
Aquarium 4' long $40.
Dirt Devil Vacuum $35.
321-777-5080 SoBrev
XMAS TREE, decorated
w/ornaments & lights,
$15; car seat, $10, call
321-777-0511, So. Brev.




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1495 NE Malibu
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PALM CITY 3/3/2
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view, scrnd pool, Jacuzzi,
vaulted ceilings no
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Call Pat 561-876-1885


MELBOURNE






Quiet, beauty and serenity abounds in this much desired complex. This first floor
1 BR/1.5 BA unit overlooks stream and golf course. Huge Clubhouse offers craft-
rooms, sauna, exercise rooms and equipment, card room, kitchen and large
meeting or party room, even a room to play pool. In addition, a large swimming
pool and showers. Nearby is wide range of shops, dentists and doctors. Owner
will sell furnished or unfurnished. What a dealt! $110,000
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PALM BEACH COUNTY
4/3/3 gated comm.
Granite counters, screen
pool stand-by generator
accordion shutters. Many
upgrades. $599,900
561-436-5459 see photo
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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 16 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. $2,000,000.
386-334-7943
PORT ST. JOHN, 3/2/2,
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yard, great neighborhood,
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INDIAN HARBOUR BCH
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MELBOURNE Buy or
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Wood floors, double lot,
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Oceanside Realty
321-951-7577
SEBASTIAN 2004 3/2/2
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$285,000 772-589-6060
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SEBASTIAN: 2/2 freshly
painted, new carpet,
shed, adjacent lot also
avail. $127,900 Darlene
Petola, Sebastian River
Realty 772-473-4168






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w/separate LR, FR, DR,
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772-473-4168
ST. LUCIE WEST -
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TITUSVILLE 3/2 All appli-
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Remodeled CBS, 2 Br/
lba, Florida room. Cor-
ner lot, central ac, ceiling
fans, dishwasher, wood
floors, washer/dryer in
separate utility room, car-
port, shed. Convenient to
Route 60 & US1. Rose-
wood School district.
$119000 772-812-1000
VERO LAKE ESTATES
for sale by owner 3/2/1
Brick house. 2 years old.
Hurr shutters. Room for
expansion. & pool
$160,000 561-602-5681


INDIAN HARBOUR Bch-
1/4 mi. from beach, newly
renovated 2 bdrm, 2.5 ba
w/ fenced yard, patio, tile
floors & new appliances.
$150K call 772-453-9595

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PALM BAY Malibu Villas
Renovated 3-br/2-ba.
Comm pool, clubhouse,
lake & free cable.
$139,900 321-409-5093



MELBOURNE, 2 BR/2
BA, off Lake Washington,
asking $219,000. Will
hold mortgage with 20%
down. Call for more info.
321-525-1121 No agents.
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
GAINESVILLE/OCALA
Area, 1 acre. Beautiful
country setting. Owner fi-
nancing, No down pay-
ment! Only $307/mo
$29,900 352-215-1018
PALM CITY- 1/2 acre
Cobblestone, On lake &
golf green, high/dry with
existing bldg pad. $199K
call Pat 561-876-1885
TITUSVILLE Lot w/plans
3/2 home $29K, will build
for $159K, ownr financing
954-822-0507; 448-3185
WEST KENTUCKY -
Famous Christian Coun-
ty. 430ac, prime trophy
deer & turkey hunting.
Ground loaded with tim-
ber! Other large & small
parcels available.
270-703-7234




COCOA, QUAINT, quiet
55+, 2004 Nobility 3BR/ 2
BA,carport, screen porch,
attached shed, all new
appl's incl., lived in 2 yrs.,
$61,500. 321-639-4135
COCOA. MODEL
CLOSEOUTS, Come
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MELBOURNE Real Log
Cabin, 1/1 beautiful river
view, fisherman's Para-
dise, wood interior, hard-
wood floors, excellent
condition. $25,000
321-752-5260
MELBOURNE Cute 2
BR, Lake Washington
area. Priced to sell
$12,000 Call now! 55+
Community 866-413-1848
PALM HARBOR 4br/2ba
Tile Floor, Energy Pack-
age, Deluxe loaded. Over
2,200 sq ft. 30th Anniver-
sary Sale Special. Save
$15,000. Free Color Bro-
chures. 800-622-2832
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
W. MELBOURNE, 52'+
porch, 2/2, 11'x25' shed +
carport, many upgrades.
$290 rent. 45 mins. to Or-
lando, 3 mins. to airport.
$48,500. 321-704-1163




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$1500 down,$300/month.
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mountains of Western
North Carolina. Top-of-
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paved roads, lots of
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$259,850. NC MLS
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with natural hardwoods.
Great hunting, road front-
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for appt. 352-867-8018
AAHI COOL MOUNTAIN
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Carolina. Affordable
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call for Free Brochure.
877- 837-2288 Exit Real-
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breathtaking views high
atop Cumberland Moun-
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streams, virgin like forest.
Ideal for hunting, fishing
ATV, horseback riding.
Near Dare Hollow Lake,
perfect for cabin, vaca-
tion home, permanent
residence. Utilities,
paved roads. Great in-
vestment / retirement
property. Owner financ-
ing. Centrally located.
near Nashville, Knoxville,
Chattanooga. 931-
839-2968, 888-939-2968
BOYNTON BEACH
lbr/lba, 815 W. Boynton
Beach Blvd, #5-250,
$139,900 Stan Jackson,
Van Horn Realty LLC
772-318-4672
www.realestatestan.com
Build your dream retire-
ment home. Land starting
at $79,900 on 18 hole
championship golf
course. Home of Golf
Digest Schools. Blue
Ridge Mtn setting. Com-
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low cost of living in
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ext 1348
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15.11 AC $35,900
Hardwoods, pond site,
planted pine, great
place to hunt or live.
St. Regis Paper Co.
www.stregispaper.com
DISCOUNT METAL
Roofing. Brick/stone, vi-
nyl siding & Windows. $0
Down 0 Payments 12
months. Qualified buyers.
Limited time! www.
NationalHomeCraft.com
(License # CRC001864)







ELLIJAY GA 2200sf
manufactured home on
2+/- acres w/creek. 800
sf covered porch, stone
fireplace, ss appliances.
$139,900 404-512-0789
www.galandhome.com
ELLIJAY, GA Beautiful
3+ ac, 500 ft on trout
stream, seasonal view in
gated comm. Paved road.
Septic approved.
$127,500 772-486-6589
FLORIDA HOMESITES -
Land starting at
$8,900. Easy financing,
No-Qualifying.
1-877-983-6600 or
www FlorldaLotsUSA corn
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Land starting at $8,900.
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1-877-983-6600 or
www.FloridaLotsUSA.com
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available in Counties of
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1-718-797-0807 www.
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Brand new 3/2 house
with Ocean Access. Only
$399k. Lowest price on
the water in SW Florida.
1-877-983-6600
www.FloridaLotsUSA.com
FORECLOSURE- Sac-
rifice 40 Acres close to
small lake Electricity-
Rural- take over pay-
ments of $600. Will fi-
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State of Wyoming. Call
Bob (Owner)
1-925-210-0560.







GEORGIA Mtns. Gilmer
Cty. 3/2/3 + 6 very private
acres. Year round view.
New tin roof, gutters, car-
pet & new appliances
$185,000 678-231-0419
GEORGIA LAND
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Great Investment / rec-
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timber & beautiful land
w/several creeks.
Starting $3900/ac.
Call 404-580-7870
GEORGIA LAND,
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acre. 50acs-1500acs.
near Augusta,' Tifton &
Savannah starting $4,000
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on 20yrs. Planted Pines
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706-364-4200
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706-364-4200
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Springs. Estates. Gated
boat ramp on Oconee riv-
er. Hardwoods, U.G.
power, paved streets,
$9500/ac.
Owner 912-529-6198
Georgia, South Caroli-
na, North Carolina -
Land for sale. Hunting
tracts, equestrian farms,
mountain property with
50 mile views. Lake front-
age. Call Owner @
404-520-2100
HORSE & BUGGY
Country Beautiful 3Br
2Ba ranch, carpet, ap-
pliances, central air.
Full basement & large
pole building. N.E.
Ohio. $159,900, Owner
financing. 330-699-5723
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(7.5%). 270-791-2538
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Starting at $11,900 U.S.
Great investment
opportunity!
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or call 954-983-6600
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-
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fence, gazebo w/hottub.
Reduced- $239,000. Call
386-658-3378 or cell
386-208-2589. (fsbo)
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800-774-0533
N GEORGIA & NC
MOUNTAINS $39,900/
$69,900 Homesites.
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river, waterfall views,
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1-888-389-3504x600
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NC LOG CABIN
Beautiful 2BR/ 2BA, fully
furnished w/ wrap-around
deck & hot tub. Like New!
Rental Income! Great
investment-Smoky Mtns.
321-432-1557 $185,000
NC MOUNTAINS Re-
duced for quick sale. Log
cabin w/loft on 1.47 ac.
Big mountain views from
every window $89,900.
Won't last easy to finish.
1-828-286-1666
NC MOUNTAINS 2 acres
with great view, very pri-
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home, 1.3ac. Min to Blue
Ridge Pkwy, ski resorts &
the New River. $109,000.
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NORTH CAROLINA
MOUNTAINS
Asheville areas finest
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Great access, adjoins
Smoky Mountain National
Park. Starting $149,500.
1-800-364-3720
NORTH CAROLINA
MOUNTAINS
E-Z to finish Log Cabin
with .69 acres $89,900.
Mountain homesites 1-18
acres w/dramatic views.
Waterfront homesites
with 2-5 acres. E-Z fi-
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NORTH CAROLINA
MOUNTAINS
Log cabin shell on
2.26acs. ready to finish.
Wooded corner lot
$99,900. E-Z financing.
Call 828-652-8700
NORTH CAROLINA:
Beech Mountain land
ski-in/out, 100 yards from
chair lift, great spot for
log cabin. .36 acre -
Dave 954-295-5248
NORTH GEORGIA
MOUNTAIN LAND,
CABINS & HOMES.
For a free guide call 9am-
5pm 1-877-635-6461. To
see the entire book visit
www.ngmrealestateguide
.com 'click on front page
picture.
OHIO RIVER VIEW 83
Acres w/5 bay building.
St. Mary's WV.
$189,900. 260 Acres
mostly wooded w/ 1/2
mile of frontage on the
Muskingum River.
$549,000 Owner Financ-
ing. 740-260-2282
PORT ORANGE- 3bd/
3ba/3cg, approx. 3200 sq
ft., oversized pool &
screened patio, loaded
amenities.Fireplace.
$599,000. 386-767-2299
Retire to So. Carolina!
4br/2ba $229,000 New
home on 18 hole cham-
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low cost of living in
top-rated cultural & rec-
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for vacation/ retirement.
Call now 866-334-3253
Ext. 1340
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most 3 acres, beautiful
homesite, lightly wood-
ed, high land. Fronts


paved road, no impact
feel Perfect get-a-wayl
$27,900. Low Down,
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803-473-7125

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Sewanee/Monteagle
Tennessee Fall 2007
price reduction sale! Gat-
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& roads, 16 interior & 10
bluff lots, 5 acre & up
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1-800-516-8387 or visit:
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SOUTH CAROLINA
LAKEFRONT 172+/-
acres. Over a mile of lake
frontage. Northern Oco-
nee County. Panoramic
mountain & island views.
$3,500,000 or 50% to
investor at $1,800,000.
864-376-8800
SOUTH CAROLINA
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TENNESSEE COSBY
3-br/2-ba 2000 model
doublewide, furnished
like new. 1.6 acres with
gorgeous mountain
views. Buy owner.
$99,000 423-608-5687
clearcreektn@planetc.com
TENNESSEE Crossville
properties. New cottage
on 5 acres $69,900.
Double lake lots on 65
acre lake $44,900. Realty
1 Group 877-892-8787
nheidle@multipro.com
TENNESSEE INVEST in
America's #1 Real Estate
Market. Developed 1-6
acre Homesites. Water-
falls, Lakes, Golf, Horse-
back Riding. Owner fi-
nancing home sites from
$145 per month.
888-811-2168
TENNESSEE MOUN-
TAIN river property 5
acre tracts starting at
$39,000. Utilities avail,
"Free" Polaris Sportsman
500 ATV w/ purchase.
Also 125ac $199,000.
1-888-836-8439
TENNESSEE: 2.9 Acres
with 3BR, 2BTH mobile
home $29,900. 29 acres
with 2100 sq.ft. home,
spring water, creek,
barns, pasture, woods -
$163,500. New Horizon
Realty 1-731-213-0308
www.newhorizonrealty.com

TEXAS LAND LIQUIDA-
TION! 20acres, near
Bloomington El Paso.
Good road access. Only
$14,900. $200/down,
$145/per mo. Money
back guarantee. No cred-
it checks 1-800-755-8953
www.sunsetranches.com
TIMESHARE RESALES
The cheapest way to
Buy, Sell and Rent Time-
shares. No Commissions
or Broker Fees. Call
877-494-8246 or go to
www.buyatimeshare.com
VA RIVERFRONT
12 acres: $39,990. Also
15 acres: $49,990. Se-
cluded, w/towris closeby.
Near Kerr Lake. WILL
FLY YOU HERE! Wood-
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owner@newbranch.com;
1-888-661-LAND(5263)
4nbhl.com
WEST KENTUCKY -
Famous Christian Coun-
ty. 430ac, prime trophy
deer & turkey hunting.
Ground loaded with tim-
ber! Other large & small
parcels available.
270-703-7234




FORT PIERCE
COMMERCIAL/
INDUSTRIAL
WAREHOUSE FOR
SALE
2700 sqft, with 4 over-
head doors, one acre of
parking, in the heart of
Fort Pierce. US1 & Dick-
son Drive. $699,000.
772-521-5111
STUART Free standing
historical office across
from Martin County Court
House, 1400 sq ft. Great
location. $544,000
772-631-6682



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MELBOURNE BEACH,
female to share large new
pool home same, no pets.
$550/month includes util-
ities. Call 321-266-4870
for information.
MELBOURNE ROOM,
$425/mo. + deposit, share
utilities & BA, house privi-
leges, satellite TV, inter-
net. Close to shopping.
Must see! 321-543-4447
MELBOURNE, FEMALE
to share with same. Must
be clean & neat. No pets
or smoking. $550 per
month includes utilities.
321-759-4877
MELBOURNE, Near
BCC, micro, air/heat,
fridge, tv dish, $130/
weekly or $4501month all
included, no smoking or
pets. Refs 321-773-3782
MELBOURNE, near FIT,
female to share 3 BR
home w/same, furn. mas-
ter BR, priv.BA, full house
privileges, $500 / month,
util's incl'd. 321-508-0682
MELBOURNE, Nov. 1st,
2/2 condo, active non-
smoking Christian male
seeks same, $400 + 1/2
electric, deposit. Call
Mike 321-254-0515
MELBOURNE/Eau Gal-
lie Mature, responsible
female to share comforta-
ble home w/same, $125/
wk or $500/mo incl's. all.
321-259-4659 / 259-1229
PALM BAY, mature fe-
male to share 3 BR pool
home, full house privileg-
es, $520/month includes
all. 321-327-4464
PALM BAY/MALABAR,
female to share Ig. home
w/same, priv. BA & en-
trance, house privileges,
$500-$650/mo.incls some
until's non smoking, 561-
767-0009 / 321-951-9757
SATELLITE BEACH (2)
rooms, college age room-
mates for compl. renovat-
ed pool home, new appl's,
W/D,$425 incl.util's. Dep./
Ref's reqd. 321-728-3803


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W. MELBOURNE, clean,
quiet, non-smoking Chris-
tian lady looking to share
townhouse w/same, all
amenities. Own room &
BA, $400/mo. + 1/2 util's,
+ dep. Ref's req'd & prov.
Denise 321-604-0627



VERO BEACH $195/wk
lbr unit with balcony.
Close to Downtown, in-
cludes all utilities. Newly
painted & clean.
772-643-8826
VERO BEACH
HOUSES, CONDO'S Fur-
nished starting at $800.
Call Paula Rogers & As-
sociates 772-231-9121,
772-473-7009 cell







BEACH/CAPE, steps to
ocean, nice clean 2/1.5,
W/D, fresh paint, new tile,
fenced yard, convenient
to all. Small pet. Call now
$775/mo 321-459-2628
CAPE. CANAVERAL -
1BR, Next to rec center.
All tile floors. New win-
dows, doors & kitchen.
No pets. Call Mr. Spain
321-431-2574
DAYTONA BEACH -
Gorgeous Beachside
New, totally renovated
lbd/lba. 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
INDIALANTIC BY THE
SEA Beautiful 1BR, ce-
ramic tile throughout. No
pets, no smoking.
$850/mo. includes water
& W/D. 321-725-9153
MELB. BCH. STUDIO,
Sleeps 1 or 2, full kitchen,
fully furnished, king & so-
fa beds. Incl: internet,
basic electric & utils.
$273/week or $1092
/month. 321-725-8392


MELBOURNE RENT
TO OWN. 1BR/1BA Con-
do, totally renovated,
$675/mo includes water,
trash, TV, cable & pool.
321-626-0731

MELBOURNE 1BR/1BA
Includes Electric/Water/
Pest Control & Trash.
Immed. avail. $625/mo. +
deposit. 321-722-0781

MELBOURNE BEACH,
1BR/1.5BA $795/mo.
Pool, tennis, fitness room,
across from beach. Bike
room, good parking. No
pets. 954-260-4092

MELBOURNE or PALM
BAY 2BR 1BA, Very rea-
sonable rent $650 & $675
Call 305-971-0105

MELBOURNE, 2BR 2BA
completely renovated,
community pool, tennis
courts. Includes water,
cable, pest control,
across from Harbor City
Golf. $795 321-223-7465

MELBOURNE, Heritage
Isles. Prestigious 55+
community, new condo
2/2 w/ water/golf views.
Includes W/D, clubhouse
privs, pool, etc. $1200/m
Avail. 11/1 321-591-9131

MELBOURNE/Eau Gal-
lib Area AVAILABLE
NOW 1/1. very Clean,
pets ok. Highland Ave.
$600/mo. Incls water.
321-223-3410

NEAR BELLAIR PLAZA
2bd/1.5ba. 1st floor. Near
pool. Water & cable incd.
Fishing dock. No pets.
$500/month plus condo
dues. 386-673-9823

PALM BAY Condo,
2BR/2BA 1st floor, split
plan, all appliances in-
cluded. $750/month in-
cludes water & cable.
321-779-4376

PALM BAY NE Wood-
side condo. 2/2 Screen
porch, close to shopping,
schools, & 1-95. $700/mo.
Call Intracoastal Realty
321-255-1661

PALM BAY, 2 BR / 2 BA,
kitchen, large living & din-
ing, pool, close to shop-
ping, no pets. References
required. Call for more in-
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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
SEBASTIAN New Com-
munity, Pelican Isles.
2/Br & 3/Br,2/Ba Apart-
ments with washer/ dryer.
Ask about our Move-in
Special 2 & 3 bed-
rooms only. (Income
Restrictions). 925 Pelican
IslesCircle. 772-581-4440


SEBASTIAN- Room for
rent. Nicely furnished. All
utilities including cable.
$125 and up per week.
Sebastian area.
772-913-2422.
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
TITUSVILLE, S. Cute,
clean 2/1 apartment. Ap-
pliances included, small
backyard, friendly & quiet-
complex. $550/mo + $300
security 321-383-9535
TITUSVILLE: 2/1 tile &
Berber carpet, new bath-
room, super clean, w/d
hookup, pool, no pets.
Walk to river. $650/mo
lease option avail. Enzo
Lombardi, Mike Selig &
Associates. 321-298-7757
VERO BEACH $635/mo
Luxury lbr apt includes
part utilities. Centrally lo-
cated. Newly painted.
Move in condition.
772-643-8826
VERO BEACH Move in
special! Newly remod-
eled. 1 & 2 bdrms from
$575. Tile, new appl.
Close to beaches, parks
& Rest. 772-563-0013



BEACH Satellite Rent or
lease purchase 3/1.5,
garage, new kitchen, bath
$900/mo, Condo 2BR,
pool, beachpark, cable,
water incl. $800/m short/
long term 321-960-4803
COCOA 3BR/1rA.
Fenced yard, tile floors,
pet ok. North Cocoa near
528. $900/mo + First &
Last. Call 321-639-4383
DESIRABLE NW PALM
BAY, large 3 BR/ 2 BA/21
car, all tile, new appi's,
large screen patio, $1000
per month plus security.
321-952-5245 / 773-0814
EAU GALLIE/Melbourne
1/1 riverfront apt. w/ river
view patio. Laundromat,
free cable, priv fishing
pier. New appls. $650/mo
+ sec & utilities, no pets.
321-574-0701,591-1891


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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


RENT NOW
INDIALANTIC HOUSE -
3/2, fenced yard. Walk to
bch! Furn/unfurn. $1250.
INDIALANTIC DUPLEX -
2b/1ba, walk to Paradise
Beach. $875. Avail now!
Pets ok. Short term or
long term. 321-773-0199

MELBOURNE 3/1.5, LR
& DR, water & electric inc
$850/mo. Also large 1BR,
eat-in kitchen. $650mo
inc electric & water. Sec-
tion 8 welcome, referen-
ces required. 1mo rent +
security 321-723-8242
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 BCH 3/2/3
Fireplace, wet bar, huge
fenced backyard. Great
Schools, $1200/mo Call
Sheree, Coldwell Banker
321-482-8817
MELBOURNE, Holly-
wood Estates, 2/2, scrn
room & laundry, new car-
pet, all appliances, comm.
pool & rec. hall, $775 per
month. 321-258-9203
MELBOURNE, 3/1, Com-
pletely remodeled, 1100
sq. ft. home, loads of ex-
tras in quiet area. $850
month + $850 deposit
321-652-3475
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
MIMS, 3/2/1, large work-
shop, add'l covered park-
ing, remodeled, on 1
acre. Near SR46 & 1-95
$1250/mo 321-268-6903
OCTOBER FREE! Brand
new 3 BR/2 BA home,
$800/month. 6-12 month
lease! 1016 Malone
Street, Palm Bay. Call
Karen at 321-544-0939
PALM BAY ALL AREAS
2, 3, & 4br's. TH's, du-
plexes & houses.Start @
$600/mo up to $2460/mo.
Avail NOW! Woodlake
Realty, inc. 321-723-8700

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PALM BAY Rent to
own, 2/1/1, home on big
corner lot. $775/mo
954-224-0622


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 NE, 3/2, nice
neighborhood, screened
porch, city water & sewer.
$825/mo 321-768-7652
PALM BAY Rent or rent
with options 3BR/3BA/1.5
car garage, shed, screen
porch across front. Ready
Oct. 15 $1500/mo Call
321-544-0743
PALM BAY SE Large
3br/2ba/2 car garage.
Near Babcock & Waco.
$850/mo. No pets. Call
WD Webb Realty
321-723-3311
PALM BAY SE Near
Bayside, quiet area. Lg.
3/2/2 car garage, built in
'06. Approx. 2000 sq. ft.
Asking $935/month. Call
305-338-0746
PALM BAY SE, beautiful
3/2/2, near Bayside
Lakes, skylight, spacious
MBR, screened porch,
near schools & shopping,
$950/mo. 321-768-0044
PALM BAY SE, Spacious
4/2/2, inground pool, fam-
ily & living rooms, sec.,
W/D hookup, fenced
yard, close to 195 & BCC,
$1175/mo. + dep. Please
call 609-443-5433
PALM BAY SW, 3 BR/2
BA/2 car, new paint/ car-
pet/appliances, well &
septic. Section 8 wel-
come. $850/mo. plus
$1000 sec. 321-779-3935
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: Bayside
Lakes, upscale .neighbor-
hood. 3/2/2 + den. Near
schools & shopping.
$995/mo (clbhse & lawn
incl) Dilara Romett, Fla-
mingo Properties of Bre-
vard. 321-480-5654
ROCKLEDGE- 4BR/2BA
2car gar w/opener. Lake-
view. Grt school district.
Tile, comm. pool w/slide.
Will consider pet. $1200/
mo. Keller Williams -
Bree Fary 321-698-2658

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SEBASTIAN 2/2 C/A/H,
fenced back yard. Clean
Imm occupancy. F/L/S
Pets OK. Background &
credit check required
prior to rental. $875/mo
954-682-3480

SEBASTIAN 3/2/1 with
pool, lawn maint, & w/d
included. Fenced yard.
Pets OK. $1,200 +
security 772-532-3289
772-581-3572

TITUSVILLE, 4/2/1 Brick
home on Indian River. On
a hill w/spacious yard,
screen porch, newly revo-
vated beautiful home
$1250/mo. 321-267-7247

TITUSVILLE: 2/1 Near,
Highway 50 & river. New
A/C & roof. Clean house,
all tiled, screened patio &
fenced yard. $850/mo
owner/agt 321-298-7757

TITUSVILLE: 3/2/2 on
corner lot. Nice brick
house, newly remodeled,
neutral colors, tile
throughout, nice applian-
ces, good location & near
Cocina schools. $995/mo
321-298-7757 owner/agt

VERO BEACH 2br/lba
+den, newly remodeled,
pergo & tile, fenced yard,
W/D. Quiet neighbor-
hood. $750 per month.
772-633-2862

VERO BEACH 07' Furn
4br/4ba/3cg,with pool,
3100 sqf in gated com-
munity. Pet Ok. Available
now. $5000/mo sea or
$2395 Ann 561-373-7369

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VERO BEACH
HOUSES, CONDO'S Fur-
n & unfurn. Starting at
$600. Call Paula Rogers
& Assoc 772-231-9121,
772-473-7009 cell

VERO BEACH
Nice 2 Br/ lba, Fla rm,
CBS construction. Corner
lot, central ac, ceiling
fans, dw, wood floors,
w/d in separate utility rm,
carport, shed. Conv. to
Rte 60 & US1 Rose-
wood Schools $750/mo.
No pets. Good credit,
Available Immediately
772-812-1000
772-337-9753.
VERO LAKE ESTATES
New 3/2/2. Large home.
Easy move in terms.
Asking $999/mo. Off 1-95
Exit 156. Call
305-992-3170




INDIAN HARBOUR 3/3/2
Community pool, walk to
ocean. No pets $1250
plus security & utilities
321-258-6824
MELBOURNE BEACH, 6
mos new, 3/2.5/1+, amaz-
ing ocean views from
master suite, end unit,
gated comm. w/ private
beach & lots more, plenty
of light & space $1300/mo
321-795-8580
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

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MELBOURNE 3BR/1BA
Duplex. Fenced yard.
Fresh paint. Clean.
$600/mo. Intracoastal
Realty 321-255-1661

SATELLITE BEACH -
2BR/1BA. Fireplace, ap-
pliances, garage, laundry,
tile floors, large yard,
across from beach. $750/
mo. 772-453-9595
SEBASTIAN: Delmonte
Rd. 3/2/1, brand new
construction, tile through-
out, close to schools.
Small pet ok. $900/mo
Section 8 welcome!
772-388-3202




MELBOURNE Downtown
Off US 1, 1250 sq ft com-
mercially zoned house- 5
rooms, 2 Bath, ideal for
small business $1200/mo
413-684-1436 Im
PALM BAY Office/ Re-
tail 1 unit 400sf. Avail.
Immed. 321-724-9154




FORT PIERCE US 1/
Dickson Drive 1/2 acre
of fenced parking space.
$1100/mo 772-521-5111

MELBOURNE-US1/Lake
Washington, air condi-
tioned warehouse/office.
1250sf w/bath. $700/mo.
10x15 mini storage
$90/mo. 10x30 $180/mo.
321-752-9598


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DATSUN 280ZX, 1982,
nicely equipped, reliable
classic, $5985. Call or
leave message or fax
321-733-4868. See www.
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EL CAMINO 1981 Body
in good shape. Interior
needs some work. Cold
A/C. 350 engine. $2,800
772-633-1850

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EL CAMINO SS '86 New
V-8 engine. $6,500/obo.
Mustang fastback '65
rough. $2500/obo
772-465-0756




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2002 AUDI A6 3.0
Quattro. Black w/Tan
Leather Int. Cold a/c,
Sun/ Moon roof, electric
windows/ seats. Exc.
Cond. Asking $12,500.
386-233-4155/ 527-9721


BMW 740i 99', White &
Tan Cold Air, 6 CD/Cass,
AM/FM, Sunroof, Beauti-
ful Condition. 114k mi,
$11,500 772-631-6682
BUICK LESABRE, '87, 2
door coupe, rare, dark
red, clean, good condi-
tion, reliable, $1195/obo.
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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
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American Association for
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Lives Through Research.
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Runners Acceptable.
Please Call #
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FORD FOCUS '02, 4 door
auto, looks & runs good,
$3500 obo 321-720-9359
HONDA ACCORD 98
85K miles. Good tires,
Cold A/C Excellent
condition. One owner.
$5200 772-388-5245
HYUNDAI ACCENT, '02
5 speed, white, 35 mpg,
4 cylinder, one owner,
like new, immaculate,
$5995. 321-254-7046
LINCOLN CONTINEN-
TAL Sedan '96, 74K, sil-
ver, $4100 OBO
321-984-1748 or email
smelbournebeach@aol.com

MAZDA MIATA, '91,
120K mi., new tires, runs
great, excellent condition
inside and out, $3200.
321-432-4791
MITSUBISHI MONTERO,
1995 Sport SUV 163K
miles. Good Condition,
A/C, 4WD, 6 cylinder,
needs new tires. Sturdy
vehicle $1900 OBO
321-775-6942 or
glbrtcndy@yahoo.com
NISSAN '92 240 SX, auto
w/ air, $900 Melbourne
321-987-3913
TOYOTA Avalon XLS '03
Perfect Car! Owner must
sell. 44,100 miles, Ga-
rage kept, 1 owner, $16K.
321-254-8002 / 431-7887
TOYOTA CAMRY XLE,
'98, V6, navy w/tan Ithr,
side airbags, well main-
tained,101Kmi., runs exc.
$5500/obo. 978-685-5726


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, 0 miles! Asking
$2800. 321-777-2087




DONATE YOUR CAR,
boat or RV help children
fighting diabetes. Tax
deductible, fast, free tow-
ing, need not run. Please
call Juvenile Diabetes
Research Foundation
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DONATE YOUR Car.
Special kids Fund! Help
disabled children with
camp and education.
Fast, Free Towing. Tax
deductible .
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UNWANTED CARS, Inc.
We Buy Junk Cars, Top
$ Paid 321-632-8050
WANTED JUNK CARS -
Running or not $100 &
up. We pay cash! 24-hrs.
321-631-0111



HARLEY DAVIDSON
Electra Glide Classic, '05,
very low mi., mint condi-
tion, w/highway pegs,
$15,900. 321-385-1292
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


KawasakiVulcan Classic
'04,800cc,chrome/blue,
saddlebags,footbrds,palm
rest, wind scrn, 4432 mi.,
All $4300. 321-368-3130
MUST SELL Yamaha V-
Star Classic, '05, excel-
lent condition, low miles,
extras, '$5900/obo. Call
321-636-9297
WANTED JAPANESE
MOTORCYCLES KA-
WASAKI, 1970-1980,
Z1-900, KZ900, KZ1000;
H2-750, H1-500, S1-250,
S2-350, S3-400. CASH
PAID. 1-800-772-1142.
1-310-721-0726.


JEEP Grand Cherokee,
'94,2 WD, auto, AC, PS/
PB, good transportation,
needs tranny, $1200/obo.
321-768-2883 / 724-0227



CHEVROLET VENTURE
LS, '97, good cond., new
front tires/alignment, dual
sliding doors, quad seats,
$3250. 321-733-4868
DODGE RAM 1500 SLT
Quad Cab 2007 PW,
PM, PL, towing package,
bed liner, automatic,
$18,000. 954-410-8017 or
321-751-0668


FORD FREESTAR SE
2004 under 45,000 miles.
Cold A/C, very clean
$10,950 obo.
772-569-7090
FORD FREESTAR SE
2004 under 45,000 miles.
Cold A/C, very clean
$10,950 obo,
772-569-7090
Handicap Accessible -
96' Dodge Caravan, Easy
Lock Pin, Space for 2
wheel chairs, $13,000
OBO 772-283-8233

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Lawn Trailer 6 x 12
Triple Crown. Mesh
sides, Drop down gate,
weed rack, storage bin.
Spare tire. Like new!
Asking $1200. Call Mike
at 321-266-7944


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 trail-
er minimum 4'x6', Any
cond! 321-725-1399
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chassis, 49,331K, 2 AC's
& TV's, all appl's, $16,500
obo. 321-725-4627
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Hutchingson Island near
Vero Beach. Across from
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Phone, cable, and elec-
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FORD EXPLORER, '02,
Eddie Bauer, loaded, 3rd
seat, rear air, new tires,
great family car! Asking
$11,000. 321-652-5662


18' PANTHER AIRBOAT
with trailer. Counter
rotating props, 500HP
Chevy engine. $25,000
772-559-1981
18' REGAL 175SE Val-
anti, '96, gar. kept, exc
cond.,4.3LVolvoPenta, ss
prop, w/trailer, alum. rims,
$6900. 321-639-8899.
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1986 27' SEA RAY Full
cabin, twin V6. Looking to
down size. Will consider
trades $14,500 Or Best
Offer. Call 386-852-8107
ALUMACRAFT F7 14'
fishing boat, 10hp Honda
4 stroke, 9001b. tilt bed
trailer, exc.cond., low hrs.,
$1600. Lv. message will
call back. 321-242-0938
BOAT SLIP for rent, ca-
nal, Satellite Beach. Call
321-779-1087
GTI WAVERUNNER '97
85HP w/performance
pipe, cover & trailer.
New rebuild last year.
Asking $3200/obo. Call
Michelle 321-288-4284


Monterey 180 Edge, 18'
'02Bowrider,Volvo 3L I/O,
bimini top,trailer, low hrs.
Looks & runs great! Only
$9195! 321-725-3886 day
PONTOON BOAT 2001
22ft Bennington,50hp Ya-
maha O/Blive well, depth
finder, complete canvas,
exc. cond. w/ '01 trailer,
ready to launch $10k/neg
illness sale.321-956-6250


PRO-LINE 24 Walk, '00,
w/motor/trailer, super low
hrs., very clean, pristine
cabin, loaded $33,500.
321-726-6700 or email
robertmalfara@gmail.com
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