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Publication Date: February 22, 2008
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* "Our story is so
tragic. We started as
a close-knit family,
enjoying one anoth-
er's company, living
just next door to one
another."

Steve McElrow,
relative of victims

* 'What was safe
many years ago
when traffic volumes
were low is now
starting to be a real
problem."

- Jennifer Vreeland,
FDOT interstate
project manager

* '"We want the public
to understand, we all
need to work togeth-
er and slow down to
make our county a
safe place to ride."

- Cmdr. Joe Ambrose
of the Special
Operations Unit

* "(More than) 80
percent of crashes
are a direct result of
driver error."

-John Denninghoff,
County transportation
director

"I think all four-lane
highways should
have center barriers."

Bill Posey,
state senator


FRIDAY, February 22, 2008


Trail of broken lives, laws


Crossover barriers, better law enforcement eyed

as solutions to deadly crashes along Interstate 95


Twenty-four people died along Brevard
County's 72-mile stretch of Interstate 95 in
2007.
Seat belts were not being used by 11 of the 24
people who were killed, said Florida Highway
Patrol Capt. Joseph Schmidt.
"Seatbelts are a significant factor in a lot of fatal
crashes," he said. "High-speed crashes often
involve rollovers and ejections."
Highway Patrol Trooper Kim Miller said the FHP
considers driver error as the No. 1 reason for car
accidents.
She said speeding drivers who swerve to try to
avoid slower traffic, impaired drivers and drivers
who slip off the edge of the roadway and then
overcorrect cause many accidents.
"Our goal is for people to stay on the road,"
Trooper Miller said.
With Brevard County facing years of construction
to widen the interstate and install median
guardrails, Hometown News has spent several
weeks looking at the reasons why more and more
motorists and public officials are saying, "I can't
drive 95."


Staff photo
One of many markers memorializing victims of accidents that
have occurred along Interstate 95.


Guardrails not the cure-all: officials


BY TONY JUDNICH
Staff writer
While the existence of guardrails on
Interstate 95 medians could reduce
the number of crossover vehicle acci-
dents, they proba-
bly won't decrease Families
the overall number cope with
of crashes.
That's the view of accident
Steve Homan, aftermath,
spokesman for the Page A3
Florida Depart- Leaders
ment of Trans- worry about
portation's District worry about
5. The FDOT is funding,
overseeing the Page A2
widening of 1-95 Stealth
from four to six patrol
lanes in Brevard targets
County.
The roadwork is speeders,
being paid for with Page A7
federal and state
gas-tax revenue
and includes the
placement of guardrails in the medi-
ans. The barriers will be double-sided,
steel guardrail, the standard height of
which is about three feet.
But, "crashes are caused by people
who make mistakes," and guardrails
do not provide total protection, Mr.
Homan said.
"Guardrails should reduce the
amount of crossovers, but they will
end up causing more crashes because
they deflect vehicles," he said. "A vehi-
cle will collide with the guardrails
instead of another vehicle. But the
number of accidents (overall) will not


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Kaitlin Norton/staff photographer
Brevard County aggressive driving unit Deputy Tim Eckner pulls over a
motorist for exceeding the posted speed limit on 1-95.


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official turtle nesting
season begins May 1.

Kaitlin Norton
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Staff writer
WEST MELBOURNE -
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member Mike Hazlett, dur-


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Friday, February 22, 2008


Leaders weigh in on 1-95


widening, guard rails, safety
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Prioritization, funding shortfall drive schedule


BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
A spate of deadly crossover
crashes on Interstate 95 has local
leaders asking tough questions
about safety.
Budget cuts have caused the
state to shelve plans to widen a
four-mile section between Mal-
abar and Palm Bay roads, drawing
harsh criticism from county com-
missioner Helen Voltz.
"It's incredible that they've taken
that dangerous section off the list,"
said Ms. Voltz. "Cars back up into
(Interstate) traffic at the Malabar
Road exit."
"The widening (of Interstate 95)
is stopping at U.S. 192, so we're not
really happy with DOT," echoed
Palm Bay Police Chief Bill Berger.
"They started the special guardrail
south of us because of the number
of crossover accidents there."
Although the widening of the
Palm Bay section is on the back
burner, Brevard County director of
transportation John Denninghoff
hopes that area isn't completely
ignored.
"Part of what (the state Depart-
ment of Transportation) was con-
sidering was that they were going
to have a little money (left over
after completing other projects)
that was unobligated to use to
implement median guardrails
where they wouldn't be widening,"
he said. "They didn't confirm this
yet, though."
State Sen. Bill Posey, R-Rock-
ledge, agrees with Mr. Denning-
hoff's sentiment.
"I think all four-lane highways
should have center barriers," said
Sen. Posey.
State Rep. Mitch Needelman, R-
Melbourne, promised not to give
up the fight to get funding to com-
plete the widening project.
"I'm disappointed we lost the
dollars to (widen) from Palm Bay
to Malabar (road)," said Rep.
Needelman. "The agency needs to
follow the commitment we made


as a delegation. It's not going to be
any more affordable in the future."
Other segments of the 73-mile
stretch of highway through Bre-
vard will get guardrails when
widening projects are completed,
he said.
The Department of Transporta-
tion has chosen to install double-
sided, steel
guardrails, a
decision based I CA 'T
on several fac- I C
tors, Mr. Den- DRIVE
ninghoff said.
"There's an
upside and a
downside to
everything," he
said. "(Solid
concrete) barri- J
er walls work
better but they are much more
expensive."
Nonetheless, the style the state
chose will be effective in eliminat-
ing 98 percent of crossovers, he
said.
Studies confirm that
crossover accidents are all but
eliminated when guardrails are
installed.
According to a study by the Mis-
souri Department of Transporta-
tion, cable barriers installed along
437 miles of Interstate 70 has
sharply reduced the number of
crossover accidents.
Prior to the installation of the
cable system, crossover crashes
had killed more than 400 people
between 1996 and 2005, according
to the study.
After spending $20.5 million to
install the cable barriers, the state
only had six crossover fatalities,
four of which happened in small
sections without the barriers.
While cable guardrails are less
expensive than the double-sided,
steel rails specified for 1-95, they
wouldn't work as well in Brevard
County, Mr. Denninghoff said.
"The tri-wire (cable style) sling-
shots the vehicle back into traffic,"
he said. "That's OK for low-volume


roads, but can create additional
accidents (on the heavily traf-
ficked sections of 1-95.)"
According to Better Roads Maga-
zine, many types of median barri-
ers exist, each with advantages
and disadvantages.
Concrete barriers prevent
crossover accidents, but they can
also "bounce the vehicle back into
same-direction traffic lanes which
can cause accidents."
The concrete barrier also guar-
antees that a vehicle that veers off
the road will strike a solid object,
possibly causing serious injury or
death.
Temporary barriers include con-
crete and water-filled varieties,
which can weigh 140 pounds per
40-foot section when empty, but
weigh 1,350 pounds when filled
with water.
Water-filled barriers are not
intended for permanent use, how-
ever.
Because the Brevard County sec-
tion of 1-95 has north and south-
bound lanes close together, the
median is relatively shallow, allow-
ing cars to crossover without flip-
ping, Mr. Denninghoff said.
"We have a maximum slope
allowed," he said. "Because the
roads are close together, (the
slopes) meet at a shallower level."
The distance between the north-
bound and southbound lanes was
allowable for new construction at
the time the highway was
designed, he said.
Barricades alone will not elimi-
nate crashes, said Mr. Denning-
hoff.
"(More than) 80 percent of
crashes are a direct result of driver
error," he said. "Usually, it's
speeding, combined with some-
body doing something unexpect-
ed."
Mechanical failures and weath-
er can play a role in causing
crashes, he said.
"But usually it's that the driver is
simply not paying attention to
what is going on around them,"
said Mr. Denninghoff.
Sen. Posey agreed with Mr. Den-


Kaitlin Norton/staff photographer
Motorists travel south on 1-95, the main artery on the east coast of the
United States.


ninghoff's assessment.
"I always told my daughters
when they were learning to drive
that in addition to the usual bad
drivers, chemically incapacitated
drivers, (speeders) and reckless
drivers, many of the drivers on
interstates are also tired," said
Sen. Posey. "So you must drive
extra defensively. And, if you're
not passing someone, stay in the
right-hand lane."
Regardless of the cause of the
crashes, the increasing number of
crossover crashes is catching the


attention of state officials, he said.
"I do know that the Depart-
ment of Transportation is con-
cerned about it," said Mr. Den-
ninghoff.
Commissioner Voltz hopes that
concern translates into extra
funding and higher prioritization.
"We just can't let (these projects)
get out of our sight," she said. "It
is very scary."
Contact Gretchen Sauerman at
(321) 751-5961 or at Sauerman@
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BY KAREN BRAYNARD AND
TAMMY ROBERTS
Staff writers
April 28, 2002, started out like any
other day for Wil and Mary Vaughan.
The Cocoa residents had agreed to
drive their daugh- r
ter and grand-
daughter to I CANI'T
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afternoon.
Shirley Bauer, 38,
and Hannah, 3,
were headed to a
birthday party, and
the Vaughans had
scheduled a lunch
date with friends in
the area.


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Both families, along with Shirley's
sister, Beverly McElrow, and her hus-
band, Steve, lived in the same Cocoa
Beach neighborhood.
When the Vaughans failed to show
to their luncheon, their friends noti-
fied the McElrows.
A worried Mr. McElrow decided to
take a drive up Interstate 95 in search
of the Vaughan's vehicle.
As he opened his garage door to
leave, he saw two police officers walk-
ing toward him.
The officers were in search of a
neighbor to accompany them in
informing Shirley's husband, Kurt
Bauer, that his wife had been killed in
an auto accident, and his daughter,
Hannah, had been critically injured.
"The police didn't know we were
relatives," Mr. McElrow said. "They
thought we were simply neighbors."
Just before the State Road 528 exit
on 1-95, a semi-truck traveling south
lost control and jackknifed across the
median into northbound traffic.
The Vaughan's Chevrolet Tahoe was
the first vehicle struck.
"The truck was traveling with such
force that when it hit Wil's truck, the
semi's front axel came off complete-
ly," Mr. McElrow said. "Wil was killed
instantly."
Several drivers stopped to help in
the incident.
Among them was a woman headed
to the same birthday party in
Titusville. She recognized the car as
the Vaughan's and assisted police with
immediate identifications.
"Onlookers said Hannah was alert
in her car seat, trying to get her mom
to wake up," Mr. McElrow said.


Photo courtesy of Steve McElrow
Mary and Wil Vaughan were both 75 when they were killed during a crossover
accident on 1-95 April 28, 2002.


Her grandfather's body had been
pushed into the back seat next to
Hannah. Hannah's mother could not
wake up she, too, had been killed
upon impact: her neck broken.
"Hannah's injuries were serious.
She was air evacuated to Orlando and
was in a full body cast for 33 days,"
Mr. McElrow said. "We were torn
because my mother-in law (Mary
Vaughan) was in the hospital in Mel-
bourne (also) in critical condition.
Sadly, Mary died just a couple of
hours after the accident."
Since the incident, the once close-
knit neighbors grew apart, the pain
causing a break in family ties.
"Our story is so tragic," Mr. McElrow
said. "We started as a close-knit fami-
ly, enjoying one another's company,
living just next door to one another."
The ripple effect stretches beyond
the victims in the car. A 3-year-old girl


lost her mother and grandparents; a
man lost his wife; and three adult sib-
lings (Daniel Vaughan, Betty McElrow
and Betty Andrews) lost their sister
and both parents.
"At their funerals, Wil and Mary
were in closed caskets because their
injuries were so extensive," Mr. McEl-
row said.
Hannah's injuries required a few
operations, but she has since physi-
cally recovered.
"Emotionally, only time will tell.
Her father has since remarried and
they moved away," Mr. McElrow said.
According to Sammy Cacciatore of
NC attorneys at Law, the wrongful
death lawsuit which followed found
the semi-truck driver, Ezequiel Mata,
driving for Hines Nursery out of
Miami, had been speeding, was inat-
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REVIEW

City selects Health First Health Plans
for employees
MELBOURNE After a lengthy selection process and a
lengthy council discussion, Health First Health Plans was
selected to provide group insurance to the city's employees.
More than 900 employees and their families will have
access to the Rockledge-based provider's health plan.
Council members spent nearly an hour weighing alterna-
tives, eventually voting 6-1 to approve the plan.
Council member Mark LaRusso was the lone dissenting
vote, citing the plan's lack of access to Wuesthoff Hospital
network doctors. Changing primary-care physicians can be
traumatic for families, he said. Doctors not affiliated with
Health First would not be covered under the new carrier.
A nine-member selection committee chose Health First
Health Plans above competing plans based on several
issues, said deputy city manager Amy Elliott.
Lower co-payments, lower premiums and a 10' percent
cap on rate hikes were all deciding factors, she said.
Enrolled members older than age 13 are also given free
membership to Pro-Health and Fitness Center.
Nearly 1,800 city employees and family members are
expected to enroll in the plan.
New provosts chosen for BCC
COCOA New provosts have been named for Brevard
Community College's Cocoa and Titusville campuses.
Ethel Newman, who previously served as provost of the
Titusville campus, has been named provost of the Cocoa
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member at Parrish Medical Center before joining the BCC
faculty and administration.
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County.
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Andrea E. Alford, director of BPS district and school security,
in a news release. "The tornado warning that was issued
(Feb. 12) was picked up and appropriately transmitted to all
of our campuses, insuring that school personnel had the
information they needed to protect our students."
Officials placed the desktop receivers in the front offices
of its 85 schools, and in many district offices, last fall. The
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Guardrails
From page Al
be reduced."
Mr. Homan said the FDOT
tries to have guardrails
installed where there is a
"recognized safety prob-
lemn."
When asked why
guardrails do not exist along
vast stretches of 1-95 in Bre-
vard County already, he said,
"You're not going to be put-
ting (them) in where you're
going to be doing a six-lan-
ing project."
Jennifer Vreeland, the
FDOT's interstate project
manager, provided some
background information on
1-95 in Brevard County.
"Back when the interstate
was first designed, a median
width of 64 feet (which 1-95
in Brevard County has) was
considered sufficiently wide
enough to not require a bar-
rier," she said in an e-mail to
Hometown News. "Most
states working on the inter-
state did not place barriers
in the median if they had a
64-foot or wider median.
Some interstate medians
were designed wider than 64
feet; sometimes they were
designed at 88 feet to allow
for two future lanes in the
median that would ulti-
mately result in the more
standard 64-foot median."
Ms. Vreeland said even
today, the placement of a
median barrier is "not an


absolute requirement for a
64-foot median."
But, the FDOT "has recog-
nized the need to place
median barriers on the
interstate where we have
even a 64-foot median to
virtually eliminate the possi-
bility of cross-over crashes
and fatalities," Ms. Vreeland
said. "Unfortunately, as traf-
fic volumes have increased,
we have begun to see a cor-
responding increase in
cross-over crashes and fatal-
ities. What was safe many
years ago when traffic vol-
umes were low is now start-
ing to be a real problem."
Palm Bay Police Chief Bill
Berger said Florida Highway
Patrol officers are involved
in monitoring the road con-
struction going on in the
central part of the county.
"It's very difficult. They
tried an enhanced citation
zone for speeding, but that
hasn't seemed to affect the
problem at all," Chief Berger
said. "Guardrails do, and my
thinking is the Legislature
needs to fund them all the
way through Brevard. That
would stop 95 percent of
these accidents."
He said he would like to
see short metal barriers that
are aesthetically pleasing
and that prevent vehicles
from leaving their side of the
highway.
"It's a very inexpensive
alternative, and they would
meet the needs," he said.
"They just need to stop this


bureaucratic baloney that's
going on and stop people
from being killed."
Mark Robinson, Interstate
program manager for the
Department of Transporta-
tion District 5, headquar-
tered in DeLand, agreed
higher traffic volumes have
increased the number of
crossover accidents.
"That's why we want to
retrofit these (heavy traffic)
areas with guardrails or
cable barriers," he said.
Plans call for guardrails all
the way through Brevard
County and six lanes
through most of it by 2011.
Ms. Vreeland said District
5 is working to get median
barriers placed in all of the
interstate medians within
the district.
"As soon as (1-95) con-
struction begins, the con-
tractor uses some type of
median barrier during the
construction and then,
when the construction is
complete for that section,
the (permanent) guardrail is
installed," Ms. Vreeland said.
The widening of the inter-
state in Brevard County
began in early 2007 with the
12.4-mile section from Fiske
Boulevard, or State Road 519
in Rockledge, to the Beach
Line, or State Road 528. Mr.
Homan said this section
could be completed in late
2009.
He said the widening of
the 18-mile stretch from
north of Palm Bay Road to


Fiske Boulevard could start
this summer. This project
will tie in with construction
of an interchange at an
extension of the Pineda
Causeway and could take
about two-and-one-half
years.
A shortage of funding
caused FDOT to drop its
plan to widen a four-mile
section of 1-95 that runs
from just south of Malabar
Road to north of Palm Bay
Road, Mr. Homan said. But
he said guardrails will be
installed along this stretch,
probably by late this year.
Officials anticipate the 10-
mile section of interstate
between the Beach Line and
State Road 50 in Titusville
probably being under con-
struction in 2011. The com-
pletion date is not known.
Mr. Homan said the
widening of the 12.3-mile
stretch of 1-95 from the Indi-
an River County line to just
south of Malabar Road has
not been funded yet and
probably won't be under
construction before 2014.
The widening of the 17-
mile-section from S.R. 50 to
the Volusia County line also
has not been funded. Mr.
Homan said he could not
speculate on when this work
might begin.
The Florida Highway
Patrol is the primary law-
enforcement agency that
patrols 1-95 and investigates
all traffic crashes on the
interstate. Trooper Kim


Miller from FHP said the
number of crossover acci-
dents has decreased on
other state highways that
have received guardrails.
But guardrails do not pre-
vent all crossover accidents
from occurring, she said.
"We have had large trucks
and other vehicles go
through and over
guardrails," Trooper Miller
said.
Driver error is the No. 1
reason for car accidents, she
said.
She said speeding drivers
who swerve to try to avoid
slower traffic, impaired driv-
ers and drivers who slip off
the edge of the roadway and
then overcorrect cause
many accidents.
"Our goal is for people to
stay on the road," Trooper
Miller said. "Guardrails
should slow them down, but
I don't think anyone can
predict the (number of traf-
fic accidents) will go down."
A driver who sees another
vehicle barreling toward
them across the median has
two seconds to make a deci-
sion on how to avoid a colli-
sion, she said.
"You want to come to a
controlled stop as quickly as
possible and keep your car
under control," Trooper
Miller said. "You're almost
on auto pilot. We see people
slam on the brakes and lose
control. In that two-second
window, you should try to
come to a controlled stop
and see if your eyes can
focus on the direction of
that car coming toward you.
But I don't know if there's
anything 100 percent that


can prevent (a collision)."
Seatbelt usage is a major
contributor to surviving a
high-speed crash, said FHP
Lt. Pat O'Neill.
After evaluating crash
data along the Brevard
County stretch of 1-95, Lt.
O'Neill discovered that
although on average, 15 per-
cent of drivers don't wear
seatbelts, a full 50 percent of
fatalities occurred with peo-
ple who were not wearing
seatbelts.
Florida Highway Patrol
Capt. Joseph Schmidt
agreed that seatbelts are
essential.
"With a high-speed crash,
there's usually a rollover,
and if you're not buckled in,
you can be ejected," he said.
"On the other hand, I've
seen significant crashes on
1-95 where everyone has
walked away because they
were wearing seatbelts."
The hazards in the con-
struction zones will contin-
ue as the project progresses,
said Lt. O'Neill.
'Already, there is no place
to pull over," he said. "Dur-
ing the next phase, there will
be walls on both sides."
Road debris and other
crashes will be difficult to
avoid while the construction
continues, he said.
"It will be like a tunnel,"
said Lt. O'Neill. "My car does
not have wings."

Reporters Darrell Johnson
and Gretchen Sauerman
contributed to this story.
Contact Tony Judnich at
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going on here," said Mr.
Hazlett.
After doing some back-
ground investigation, Mr.
Hazlett discovered a one-
time investment of $20,000
for camera equipment might
be just what the city needs.
Council members unani-
mously agreed that the pub-
lic should have the ability to
view meetings from home.
"They could fast forward
(the broadcast), too, if they
don't like the issues- we're
talking about," joked council
member Bill Mettrick.
Council member John
D'Amico pointed out that
possible plans to relocate the
council chambers to a soon-
to-be-constructed city facili-
ty might complicate, matters.
Earlier in the same meet-
ing, the council approved
plans to construct a two-
story structure to house the
city's building and records
management departments.
Since city staff just needs
the first floor for operations,
the second floor could be
built to accommodate City
Council meetings, said
deputy city manager Keith
Mills.
The city approved a $2.04
million contract with Cape
Canaveral-based Stottler-


Stagg and Associates and sis-
ter company Construction
Management Associates to
design and build the facility.
Any cameras installed in
the old chamber would have
to be torn out if the council
relocates to the new build-
ing, Mr. D'Amico said.
Upon learning after the
meeting that the city of Mel-
bourne dealt with a similar
quandary, Mr. Hazlett
planned to look into a con-
tracted services arrange-
ment for televised meetings.
Melbourne pays Cape
Canaveral production com-
pany Communications Con-
cepts $900 per meeting to
produce and deliver record-
ings to Melbourne, said Mike
Moore, Melbourne public
information officer.
If meetings extend past the
four-hour mark, the compa-
ny charges overtime of $65
per half-hour, according to
the terms outlined in a con-
tract approved last August.
Mr. Hazlett planned to
bring a similar proposal to
the West Melbourne council
later this month.

Contact Gretchen Sauer-
man at (321) 751-5961 or at
Sauerman@hometownnew-
sol.com.



Plant sale
benefits college

FOR HOMETOWN NEWS
The third annual Florida
Tech Botanical Fest Plant
and Garden Sale will be 8
a.m. to 4 p.m. March 1 on
campus, 150 W. University
Blvd., Melbourne.
Admission is free. There
will be palms, exotics, native
plants, ornamental shrubs,
bamboo, flowering plants
and more. Visitors also may
tour the botanical garden
and speak with master gar-
deners.
A Kids Corner, food and
beverages will be available.
For information, call (321)
674-6162.


Antiques club
plans day trip

FOR HOMETOWN NEWS
The Brevard Antiques and
Collectors Club has limited
space available for a day
trip March 5 to Micanopy, a
19th century town with
antique and boutique
shops.
For reservations, call
Linda at (321) 752-4610.


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Editor's note: '7his is a list
of arrests, not convictions,
and all arrestees are pre-
sunmed innocent unless or
until proven guilty in a court
of law.


Melbourne Police
Department

Christopher Michael
Bowen, 21, of 4078 Mallard
Drive, Melbourne, was
charged Feb. 8 with three
counts of burglary, grand
theft of property valued
between $300 and $20,000,
two counts of petty theft,
two counts of possession of
burglary tools and three
counts of criminal mischief.
Matthew Carl Campbell,
23, of 2362 Steward Road,
No. 2, Melbourne, was
charged Feb. 8 with grand
theft, two counts of traffick-
ing stolen property, two
counts of giving false infor-
mation to obtain second-
hand property, violation of
probation and failure to
appear-traffic.
Daniel Lou Dougherty,
19, of 1389' Stanley Lane,
Melbourne, was charged
Feb. 8 with burglary, resist-
ing arrest without violence
and trespass.
Andrew Hill, 18, of 794
Creek Ave., Melbourne, was
charged Feb. 8 with
attempting, soliciting or
conspiring to commit a
crime, resisting arrest with-
out violence and property
trespass.
David P Schreiner, 43, of
2074 Foxwood Lane, Mel-
bourne, was charged Feb. 8
with two counts of fraudu-
lent use of a credit card and
petty theft.
Travis Jay Truman, 30, of
2337 Misty Way Lane, Mel-
bourne, was charged Feb. 8
with armed robbery and
grand theft.
Kevin P. Williams-Bieler,
25, of 426 Earl Ave., Mel-
bourne, was charged Feb. 8
with uttering a forged
instrument and forgery.


Robin Owen Fossen, 39,
of 2241 Highland Ave., Unit
A, Melbourne, was charged
Feb. 9 with being a habitual
traffic offender driving on a
suspended license, posses-
sion of cannabis and pos-
session of drug parapherna-
lia.
Derek Maxwell Jatz, 21,
of 674 Altamira St. N.W.,
Palm Bay, was charged Feb.
9 with carrying a concealed
weapon.
Alvaro Avendoino, 45,
address unknown, was
charged Feb. 10 with child
abuse, disorderly conduct
and disorderly intoxication.
Vincent Michael Greene,
27, of 1446 Arnold Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
Feb. 10 with battery-domes-
tic violence.
Vivian Maietta, 56, of
2789 Mariah Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged Feb. 10
with battery-domestic vio-
lence.
Jean Franco Morency, 23,
of 463 Awin Circle S.E., Palm
Bay, was charged Feb. 10
with carrying a concealed
firearm, having an expired
driver's license and failure to
display vehicle registration.
Marquis Devon Wash-
ington, 19, of 825 E. Univer-
sity Blvd., No. 6, Melbourne,
was charged Feb. 10 with
abuse, neglect or exploita-
tion of an aged or disabled
adult.
Thomas Weigle, 50, of 16
Branch St., Melbourne, was
charged Feb. 10 with aggra-
vated assault-domestic vio-
lence and battery-domestic
violence.
Bruce A. Browner, 53, of
1711 Thrush Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged Feb. 11
with battery and false
imprisonment.
Charles Winfred Jackson,
40, of 623 Burr St., Mel-
bourne, was charged Feb. 11
with possession of a firearm
or concealed weapon by a
convicted felon.
Tiffany M. Oliver, 18, of
901 Edgewood Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged Feb. 12
with battery-domestic vio-


lence.
Margaret Ann Schaaf, 45,
of 805 Clark Ave., Mel-
bourne, was charged Feb. 12
with battery-domestic vio-
lence, two counts of crimi-
nal mischief, burglary and
petty theft.
Kearon Horskin, 23, of
907 Davis St., Melbourne,
was charged Feb. 13 with
aggravated battery-domes-
tic violence.
Shamika Jewel Huntley,
24, of 363 Gastin St. S.W,
Palm Bay, was charged Feb.
13 with battery-domestic
violence.
Scott Allen Martin, 19, of
2981 Pebble Creek St., Mel-
bourne, was charged Feb. 13
with possession of cannabis
and possession of drug
paraphernalia.
Anthony Tyrone Hart, 27,
of 1463 Stanley Lane, Mel-
bourne, was charged Feb. 14
with being a habitual traffic
offender driving on a sus-
pended license and resisting
arrest without violence.
Michael Raymond
Hawkins, 20, of 3585 Egret
Drive, Melbourne, was
charged Feb. 14 with posses-
sion of a controlled sub-
stance, possession of
cannabis and two counts of
drug paraphernalia.
Latoya Ann Jones, 26, of
100 San Juan Circle, No. 113,
Melbourne, was charged
Feb. 14, with battery-
domestic violence.
Clinton McDonald, 19,
of 2601 Stephens St., Palm
Bay, was charged Feb. 14
with possession of cannabis
and possession of drug
paraphernalia.
Alfred Luther Nicoli, 35,
of 780 Caroline St., Mel-
bourne, was charged Feb. 14
with aggravated battery on a
pregnant woman.

West Melbourne
Police Department
Terrence Craig Tookes,
40, of 2811 Stratford Point
Drive, West Melbourne, was
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and lascivious molestation. gins, 43, of 912 Handsome cannabis.
Andrea Paruolo, 33, of Cab Lane, Melbourne, was Ashley J. Carpenter, 21,
1172 Hooper Ave. N.E., Palm charged Feb. 9 with viola- of 260 Avenida De La Vista,
Bay, was charged Feb. 14 tion of probation. Indialantic, was charged
with grand theft and utter- Loria Kay Lewis, 42, of Feb. 11 with trafficking
ing a forged or counterfeit 1180 Bridgewater Drive, stolen property, grand theft
bill. Melbourne, was charged and giving false verification
Feb. 9 with felony failure to of ownership..
Brevard County appear. Fred W.Cato, 53, of 2641
Megan Leigh Perdue, 21, Englewood Drive, Mel-
Sheriff's Office address unknown, was bourne, was charged Feb. 11
charged Feb. 9 with posses- with violation of probation.
Jamie Scott Braden, 30, sion of cannabis. Tonia Renay Hogarth, 42,
of 252 Sylvia Road, Mel- David Campbell Pop- of 546 Westminster Ave.,
bourne, was charged Feb. 8 plein, 39 of 281 Stephenson Melbourne, was charged
with two counts of violation Ave., West Melbourne, was Feb. 11 with culpable negli-
of probation. charged Feb. 9 with on-site gence.
Robert Cox, 22, of 1900 violation of probation. Amanda Sue Pearson, 25,
Post Road, No. 236, Mel- William Alan Downing, of 1745 S.R. A1A, No. 5, Indi-
bourne, was charged Feb. 8 36, of 635 Old Oak St., Unit alantic, was charged Feb. 11
with felony failure to appear. B, Melbourne, was charged with battery and battery-
Quinton Douglas, 19, of Feb. 10 with violation of domestic violence.
791 Chelsea Ave., Palm Bay, parole. Russell Morgan Tullis,
was charged Feb. 8 with two Justin Mark Fassl, 22, of 20, of 11 Avenue C, No. 4,
counts of violation of com- 1020 Sally St., Palm Bay, was Melbourne, was charged
munity control. charged Feb. 10 with aggra- Feb. 11 with lewd or lascivi-
Nathan Alexander Ham- vated assault. ous battery.
mond, 21, of 3032 College- Robert James Mack, 49, Kevin M. Vanover, 35, of
wood Drive, No. 122, Mel- address unknown, was 4709 Chastain Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged Feb. 8 charged Feb. 10 with viola- bourne, was charged Feb. 11
with violation of community tion of probation and felony with aggravated stalking
control. failure to appear. and violation of injunction.
Maria Nicole Lord, 30, of Roosevelt Oliver, 42, of Michael Allen Belt, 51, of
3670 Dixie Highway N.E., 304 Plummer Circle, Mel- 1685 Tralrere St., Palm Bay,
No. 15, Palm Bay, was bourne, was charged Feb. 10 was charged Feb. 12 with
charged Feb. 8 with organ- with misdemeanor failure to violation of probation.
ized fraud or misrepresenta- appear, selling cocaine and Jose Fernandez, 47, of
tion. possession of cocaine. 1210 Malabar Road, Palm
Gerald Jack Emmanuel, Jeffrey Robert Stanfield, Bay, was charged Feb. 12
24, of 1930 Oakwood Drive, 30, of 840 Hunan St., Palm with possession of a con-
Melbourne, was charged Bay, was charged Feb. 10 trolled substance and pos-
Feb. 9 with two counts of with driving under the influ- session of drug parapherna-
possession of cocaine with ence, possession of cocaine lia.
intent to sell, two counts of and refusal to take a breath Shari Tiana Gidden, 23,
possession of cannabis with test. of 800 Dutch Court S.E.,
intent to sell and two counts Denise Lynn Armstrong, Palm Bay, was charged Feb.
of possession of drug para- 31, of 479 Scanlon Road, 12 with criminal use of a
phernalia. Palm Bay, was charged Feb.
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U.S. foreign policy detrimental
to international status


It appears to me that two aspects of America's foreign
policy are definitely at odds with our efforts to be the
leader of the free world.
First is our constant harping about spreading democracy
around the world. All this does is to alienate many world
leaders and give people with poorly thought out plans and
no wherewithal to accomplish these plans false hope. We
get embroiled in a clandestine effort to support people
who in the end turn against us for one reason or another.
Need I mention Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan?
Second is our harping about human rights abuses in sov-
ereign countries. This again tends to alienate national
leaders and makes them reluctant to assist us in any inter-
national endeavor.
It seams to me that if we are not satisfied with the con-
duct of the government in another country, we should
refuse any and all economic aid until such time as the gov-
ernment changes through the actions of the citizens of that
country. All too often our money is spent overseas and
given to some tinpot dictator who talks big at the United
Nations in New York and then goes home in his Lear jet,
rides to his heavily guarded residence in a $200,000 limou-
sine, while wearing a $2,000 suit that we as American tax-
payers ultimately paid for.
History tells us that this democratic nation was not born
overnight and went through many hard-earned lessons
until we arrived at where we are today, and we still don't
have it right.
How then can we expect any country to make major
changes overnight?

A suggestion about controlling peacocks
Regarding "Please do something about the peacocks:"
Where I lived, there was a grain silo on the waterfront.
Thanks to the spilled grain, we had the largest wharf rats
and most humongous pigeons ever in the city, and prolific,
phew!
Anyway, the city needed to get rid of the rats and get the
pigeons under control.
Poison was considered in some of the spilled grain, but
that got the animal rights people going. Finally, the contro-
versy died down and the rats disappeared and the bird
population was back to normal. Nobody seemed to know
why. Well, what the feed people did was simply spill a little
birth control with the feed.
At my condo on Merritt Island, when peacocks started
looking as if they were going to set up housekeeping, one
mother had her children chase them off. Once the birds are
already well established, that may not work, especially if
they have already made nests. Once there are eggs or
chicks, the birds will attack. Perhaps there is still time this
season to move them.
I suggest calling Brevard Zoo. They may be interested in
the birds or they can suggest someone who does want
them and can remove them, but they are so happy where
they are.

Offers sanctuary for peacocks

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Ron Paul has solutions other candidates don't

It seems most presidential candidates, both Democrat
and Republican, share a set of unquestioned assumptions
about public policy. It's time to examine these assump-
tions.
The government can borrow money indefinitely with
no adverse consequences. This is absurd on the face, yet
no candidate except Ron Paul seems to question it. The
non-partisan comptroller general for the United States,
David Walker, said in an interview, "Even if we balance the
budget tomorrow, we still have this $53 trillion [debt] that
grows $2 trillion to $3 trillion a year by doing nothing."
The United States has a moral obligation to police the
world, protecting U.S. interests. On the contrary, we have
strayed quite far from the foreign policy our Founding
Fathers envisioned: "Peace, commerce and honest friend-
ship with all nations; entangling alliances with none."
(Thomas Jefferson)
Our armed forces should only be deployed to protect our
national security, not some vaguely defined interests.
A non-interventionist foreign policy implies isolation-


ism, a weak national defense and an increased risk of ter-
rorist attacks. Our current policy of armed intervention
into the affairs of other nations not only results in needless
deaths of our servicemen and women, but it stirs up hatred
of us around the world. It is also ineffective. An aggressive
Iran today is the result of our intervention there in 1953.
Saddam Hussein grew in power largely as a result of our
support when he invaded Iran. Osama Bin Laden is a result
of our intervention in Afghanistan in the 1980s. The Arab-
Israeli conflict is fueled by our foreign aid to both sides.
Ron Paul is the only candidate to consistently and coura-
geously challenge these assumptions. He is the only candi-
date to advocate decreasing the power of Washington,
eliminating the income tax and paying for it by spending
less, not by borrowing more or devising a new taxing
scheme. Ron Paul will ensure we have the strongest mili-
tary in the world, but will use it only upon declaration of
war by Congress. (He) will eliminate all foreign subsidies to
brutal dictators and allow free trade with their people,
spreading democracy by example, not force. (He) will
defend our own borders, preventing terrorists from sneak-
ing into our country. (He) will restore America's standing in
the world which will, in the long run, remove the motiva-
tion for terrorists to attack us.

Parents should try other options before using
drugs for ADHD

Looking back, I probably would have been diagnosed
ADHD. Math problems were OK, but pages of computation
were grueling. By the second one, I was looking out of the
windows in dreamland. I was high on reading comprehen-
sion, but low on speed and desire to read. When asked a
question, I would begin with answer A, then be distracted
by exceptions, answer B and C, and exceptions to those. I
am so thankful that I am not dealing with the effects of
drug dependency or withdrawal.
If my child (was diagnosed with) ADHD, I would have her
in music and dance lessons, perhaps in swim lessons as
well. Music improves math ability beyond your wildest
dreams, especially if started in early elementary grades.
We would play math games, like war addition or war
multiplication with cards. Computer games increase the
ability to focus. Upon reflection, my son might have been
(diagnosed with) ADHD if given a chance, except he had
karate instead of dance.
I would also be careful of the diet. Limit carbohydrates,
sugars and starches. Limit processed foods with chemical
additives. If you take the time to read the ingredients on a
box of prepared food, the list of chemicals (is) horrifying.
There are, in fact, safe levels of poisons to destroy bacteria
and molds and prolong shelf life. Safe levels means most
people can tolerate them at that level, but they can be toxic
to others.
I might even take my child back to a lamb diet and see if
there were improvement, then I would add one food per
day, avoiding the foods that usually cause the most people
the most problems. I would add rice, then, vegetables one
at a time. I'd especially watch corn, peppers, tomatoes, cit-
rus, potatoes, eggs, flour, wheat, rye, oats, dairy and choco-
late.
Friends with hyperactive children often found chemical
additives worse than sugar. Children tolerate homemade
cookies, but not store-bought ones. A ketogenic diet
(Atkins) has been prescribed for children with epilepsy
with amazing results. I am not saying that diet and music
and exercise cures everything, I am just suggesting that
parents explore less potentially destructive options before
going to chemical (drug) cures.

Parents of ADHD children should not be
criticized by those who aren't

I need to write to the many people who have written
regarding treatment for children with ADHD.


First of all, I almost had to laugh at the writer of the origi-
nal letter, who obviously knows absolutely nothing about
the disorder. I also want to applaud the many intelligent
and experienced people who have written, sharing their
experience and knowledge.
Anyone who has any experience with this disorder is
aware that parents of these children are far from lazy. In
fact, these parents are quite the opposite. These parents are
intelligent enough to realize and admit that their child is
not developing the way they should be in specific areas,
and to go through the proper channels to get them the help
that they need.
The lazy parents are the ones (such as) this writer, who
thinks that because a child misbehaves, he needs more dis-
cipline. These people are in denial that their child may
have any problems that can't be solved with a simple slap
on the behind. They are in denial that their child may have
a brain chemical disorder that can only be treated by med-
ication.
The writer thinks that parents and teachers of ADHD kids
want to "drug their kids to make them sit still" yet another
statement that is far from the truth. Parents of ADHD kids
care enough about our kids to want to do anything it takes
to make sure that our kids live up to their potential.
The writer talks about being outraged at having his child
diagnosed with a mental disorder. Just because there is no
blood test for a disorder, does not mean it doesn't exist. It
also does not mean that there is no treatment for this disor-
der. Would the writedbe -dutraged if his child were diag-
nosed with diabetes or epilepsy?
The last thing parents of ADHD kids need is to be criti-
cized by ignorant people. We have recognized that our
child has a problem, we have sought out experts, we have
gone through any number of medication trials, and we
have finally found what it takes for our precious child (or
,children) to be able to function normally. To have people
who do not know what they are talking about criticize us,
call us lazy, or attack our parenting skills, is just addirtg salt
to the wound. Basically, we know a lot more about parent-
ing, psychology and human development than these peo-
ple ever will dream of.

Baseball doesn't deserve our support

Baseball still doesn't get it. Reaction by all in the game,
from the commissioner down, to Sen. (George) Mitchell's
scathing report on its worst scandal has been a yawn.
Incredible.
Bud Selig is an embarrassment. He was "going to act." He
should have acted at the press conference with an initial
round of lifetime suspensions. Weeks later, he has still not
acted. Obviously, he has no intention of acting.
He said he was going to reach out to players. If there ever
was a time for that, it is long past. What about reaching out
to fans? His job was to protect the integrity of baseball. He
has failed miserably.
Let us make a fresh start.
Where is the FBI? Agents should have been knocking on
doors within hours of the Mitchell Report. Players travel
across state lines. Weeks later, we have not a single arrest.
FBI has copies of actual invoices, etc., in the report, but
nothing is happening. Is baseball really above the law?
Players continue to give fans and Sen. Mitchell the silent
treatment. Only two players would meet with him accord-
ing to reports.
They insulted Congress likewise, and they will again, no
doubt. Donald Fehr, players' association (executive direc-
tor), persists in defending the offenders while decent play-
ers get tarred unfairly with the same brush. Forget asterisks
beside their suspect records. Delete the records entirely.
Fans, especially parents and grandparents, have to get
baseball's attention at the ticket office.
Vow now not to darken a stadium gate next spring, unless
major changes have occurred. Head instead to a local ball-
park. Enjoy the real thing, a Little League game. Cheer on
kids who love the (game), not the money.
They deserve our support.


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Brevard County aggressive driving unit Deputy Tim Eckner issues a ticket to a motorist caught traveling above the
posted speed limit of 70 mph on 1-95.


Deputies mount Mustangs


to corral Interstate 95 speeders


BY JENET KROL
Staff writer
Twin black Ford Mach 1 Mustangs
patrol the county searching for
aggressive drivers.
They are part of the Brevard County
Sheriff's Office aggressive driving
unit, a division of the traffic unit.
The unmarked cars travel all over
the county, spending at least a few
hours on Interstate 95 everyday.
Deputy Terry Pelton patrols the
northern end of the county, while
Deputy Tim Eknar concentrates on
the southern part of the county.
It is the Sheriff's Office's way of try-
ing help Florida Highway Patrol curb
traffic problems, said Cmdr. Joe
Ambrose of the Special Operations
Unit.


"We know 1-95 is a great problem,
and though it's a state road and one
we don't normally
patrol, we feel it's r
very important I CAN'T
that we do our r IV
part," said Cmdr. DRIVE
Ambrose.
The aggressive
driving unit has
been a part of the
Sheriff'soffice for
the past four years j
and started on a
grant from the federal government.
"We decided to keep the unit after
the grant ran out because it has been
an asset to our traffic unit. The cars
are able to mingle with traffic and
aggressive drivers because they are
harder to detect," said Cmdr.


Ambrose.
Deputy Pelton agreed.
"It's really necessary to have a car
like this out there. People always
slow down for a marked car. With this
I can see the way people really drive."
Aggressive driving and speeding
occur at all times of the day, not just
during rush hour, said Officer Pelton.
Cell phone usage accounts for a lot
of speeding tickets, he said.
"People don't pay attention when
they get on their phone. They gauge
their speed by the cars around them."
For example, the driver of a truck
traveling alongside Deputy Pelton's
car at 71 mph increased his speed
just as he picked up his cell phone.
"He has no clue now. He's just driv-
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tentive and failed to react
appropriately.
"He never should have
gone into the median.
Studies showed that if he
had simply slammed on his
breaks the tragedy would
not have been so great," Mr.
Cacciatore said.
"Ever since the accident,
we've been watching the
semi-trucks and so many of
them speed and tailgate.
They're professional driv-
ers. They know the weights
they carry can cause deadly
accidents if they don't
respond property," Mr.
McElrow said.
Sadly, this story is just
one of more than 100 to
occur in the past five years
on 1-95.
Many of the incidents,
however, officials say could
have been prevented.
Lingering construction
projects, tire blow-outs,
open medians and speed-
ing continue to impact the
safety of 1-95 drivers,
whether they are local resi-
dents or visitors just pass-
ing through.
Many families have
endured the tragedy of los-
ing loved ones on 1-95.
A spring break trip
turned tragic in March 2004
when four University of
Alabama students were
involved in an 1-95 crash
near Mims, according to
Florida Highway Patrol
records.
The four women, all in
their 20s, were bound for a
South Florida cruise termi-
nal in a 1997 Isuzu SUV
when the driver swerved to
avoid a tire tread in the
right southbound lane.
Florida Highway Patrol.
Trooper Aaron Stephens
reported that because the
driver had jerked the wheel
to the left and overcorrect-
ed, it caused the vehicle to
roll. From there, the SUV
crossed the two south-
bound lanes and came to
rest in the grassy median.
The left rear passenger,
the, only one not wearing a


seatbelt, was ejected and
pronounced dead at the
scene, while the other three
women suffered injuries.
In the report, a,witness
said that if the driver hadn't
swerved, "the car would
have probably rolled right
over the (retread), probably
causing no damage what-
soever."
A year later, another
report from Florida High-
way Patrol tells of two
Apopka couples traveling
south to the Space Coast for
a day cruise on one of Port
Canaveral's casino boats.
Mark Williams, 45, the
driver of the 1999 Ford
Explorer, was passing
through Cocoa when he
experienced a blowout in
his right rear tire, causing
him to turn sharply to the
right and the vehicle to
skid in a southeast direc-
tion, according to the
report.
The vehicle rolled several
times before coming to rest
just outside of the north-
bound lane.
Mr. Williams was ejected
from the vehicle and was
pronounced dead on the
scene.
The rear passengers,
Conrad and Sandy Trevino,
both 45 at the time, were
taken to the hospital for
injuries.
Tabitha Henderson, 38,
the driver's girlfriend, was
the only passenger wearing
a seatbelt and the only one
who suffered no injuries.
In the report, Ms. Hen-
derson said she and her
boyfriend were aware that
the right rear tire on the
vehicle had a slow leak, but
it was never repaired.
She also described to
troopers the minutes lead-
ing up the crash. The cou-
ples were immersed in a
conversation when the
vehicle suddenly jerked to
the right.
"It felt like slow motion,"
Ms. Henderson told Florida
Highway Patrol officers. "It
came out of nowhere."


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No changes planned for


Melbourne Auditorium

City Council cites budget in delaying upgrades


BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
MELBOURNE The fate of the historic
Melbourne Auditorium remains
unchanged after City Council members
voted to shelve plans to update or recon-
struct the facility.
Sitting on the 30-acre Wells Park in the
heart of Melbourne, the auditorium has
been home to banquets, concerts, trade
shows and wedding receptions for the
past 40 years.
Because the auditorium is so old, the
City Council hired Jacksonville Beach-
based Strategic Planning Group to evalu-
ate different options for future uses.
The top three alternatives identified
included reconstructing a similar facility
or building a bigger facility with 40,000 or
60,000 square feet of exhibit space.
The facility currently has 20,600 square
feet of usable space..
Each of the options would be too
expensive in the wake of property tax
reform and impending budget cuts, said
Mayor Harry Goode.
"We can say we need the money but we
don't have the money," he said. "I think
staff can take a look at the economy and
let us know when it turns around."
That turnaround could take 18-24
months, said city manager Jack
Schluckebier.
Meanwhile, the city will delay further
feasibility studies for the property.
The Melbourne Auditorium and adja-
cent Wells Park have been the target of
discussions several times in the past few


years.
In 2001, the City Council considered
relocating City Hall to the auditorium's
property.
That idea was nixed after then-council
member Pat Poole pointed out that the
Wells family, who donated the land to the
city in 1915, specified that the land be
used for recreational purposes.
In 2006, the city considered re-naming
the auditorium to honor Martin Luther
King Jr., but axed that idea after residents
voiced concern that the facility would be
confused with Brevard Community Col-
lege's Maxwell C. King Center for the Per-
forming Arts.
The park includes two lakes, a walking
path and picnic pavilions.
As the future of the auditorium remains
unknown, council member Mark LaRus-
so suggested the city explore other
options.
Citing success stories in the downtown
Eau Gallie area, Mr. LaRusso suggested
involving private-sector partners.
"Public- and private-sector funding
coming together for revitalization (is
worth considering)," he said.
The Melbourne Auditorium can seat as
many as 1,450 people and is near lodging
and downtown amenities.
The facility is available for rent through
the city's Leisure Services Department.
Call (321) 674-5700 or visit www.mel-
bourneflorida. org/leisure.
Contact Gretchen Sauermnan at (321)
751-5961 or at Sauerman@hometown-
newsol.com.


LEAD Brevard honors
'4 Under 40'
LEAD Brevard recognized
four county professionals and
a local high school senior at
the fourth annual 4 Under 40
- Celebrating the Next Gener-
ation of Leaders gala Feb 15 at
the Melbourne Hilton Rialto.
Selected from a field of 12
finalists were Eric Eavenson,
president of Strategic Insur-
ance Management; Jermaine
Curry, program specialist with
Cuyler Community Learning
Center; Shannon Meyer, pres-
ident and CEO of the Mel-
bourne-Palm Bay Chamber of
Commerce; and Travis Proc-
tor, president of Artemis
International Technologies.
The student recognition
award went to Taylor Williams
of Holy Trinity High School in
Melbourne.

Better business expo
set Feb. 23-24
The "Better Business Bet-
ter Living Expo" will be Feb.
23-24 at Melbourne Square
Mall, 1700 W. New Haven,
Melbourne.
Hours are 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Saturday and noon to 6 p.m.
Sunday.
See displays of products
and services offered by local
businesses.
Admission is free.
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Buy furniture,
get a heart screening
Ashley Furniture Home
Store, 4360 W. New Haven
Ave., Melbourne, and
Wuesthoff Heart Center are
partnering to raise hearth
health awareness in February.
The store will donate free
heart screenings with every
furniture purchase in Febru-
ary. The screening will pro-
vide a 12-page report.
For details, contact Linda
Bultema at (321) 725-0908,
Ext 1230, or
bultema.Linda@stevensdi-
rect.com.

Harvard training
program offered
The "Negotiating to Yes:
Harvard Business School
Corporate Training Program"
will be offered 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Feb. 28 at the Brevard Com-
munity College Institute for
Business Training and Com-
munity Education, 250 Com-
munity College Parkway,
Palm Bay.
The program is made avail-
able to county businesses
through the college and Wil-
son Learning Worldwide.
Cost is $495, with discounts
for businesses that send three
or more people. For informa-
tion, call (321)' 433-7503 or
visit www.bcctraining.com.

New nursing program
offered
The East Central Florida
Memory Disorder Clinic, part
of Health First Aging Institute,
is offering a certified nursing
assistant training program.
The program consists of 19
days of classroom lecture and
four days of clinical training
in a long-term care facility.
Classes meet 9 a.m. to 2
p.m. Monday through Fri-
days, March 3 to April 4 at the
ECF Memory Disorder Clinic
Training Academy, 3661 S.
Babcock St., Melbourne.
A $50 deposit is required to
register. Full tuition of $650
must be paid by the end of
the coursework before receiv-
ing a certificate of comple-
tion.
For information, call (321)
768-9575.

Business Hall of Fame
induction set
Junior Achievement of East
Florida will host the 22nd


annual Business Hall of Fame
Induction Ceremony at 6:15
p.m. March 7 at the Radisson
Resort at the Port, 8701 Astro-
naut Blvd., Cape Canaveral.
Inductees are Bjornar Her-
mansen, president of Her-
mansen Family Enterprises,
and Scott Sorensen, presi-
dent/owner of Sorensen
Moving & Storage.
Also, the Spirit of Achieve-
ment Award recipient will be
George Mikitarian, presi-
dent/CEO of Parrish Medical
Center.
For tickets, call (321) 636-
1000.

Wuesthoff recognized
for improvement
FMQAI, the Medicare Qual-
ity Improvement Organiza-
tion for Florida, recently pre-
sented its Hospital
Participation Certificate to
Wuesthoff Health System for
participating in multiple
national projects designed to
improve the quality of health
care of Medicare beneficiar-
ies.
Wuesthoff was one of 61
hospitals out of 226 in the
state of Florida to receive this
certificatehe recognized hos-
pitals participated with
FMQAI on projects from Jan-
uary 2006 to August 2007.

Porsche dealership
wins Top 25 honor

Porsche of Melbourne has
been named a 2007 Porsche
Premier Dealer, which desig-
nates it as one of the Top 25
dealers in North America.
The dealership is at 509 E.
NASA Blvd., Melbourne. For
information, call (321) 956-
0600 or visit www.mbmel-
bourne.com.

Sofia joins Florida
Business Bank
Joe Sofia has been named
vice president and commer-
cial loan offering responsible
for lending and business
development at Florida Busi-
ness Bank in Melbourne.
Previously, he served as a
branch manager at National
City Bank in Columbus, Ohio.
For information, call (321)
253-1555.

Coalition elects
Ropert as chairman
The members of the Space
Coast Growth Management
Coalition has elected Geo A.
Ropert as the coalition's 2008
chairman.
Cindy Dittmer, economic
development director for the
city of Melbourne, was
named chair-elect.
Mr. Ropert, representing
LEAD Brevard and president
of Ropert Communications
Group, has been a member of
the coalition since 2006.
For information, call (321-
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2025 Long-range plan priorities road projects


Plan identifies cost-feasible projects
to reduce traffic congestion


BY JENET KROL
Staff writer

The widening of Inter-
state 95 is the culmination
of years of planning by the
Brevard County Metropoli-
tan Planning Organization.
The $250 million project
has been on the MPO's
long-range plan for more
than 10 years, said Brevard
MPO director Bob Kamm.
"The Long Range Trans-
portation Plan isn't just a
wish list. The plans that the
MPO produces must be
cost-effective," he said.
The Brevard MPO is a
regional, multi-jurisdic-
tional agency responsible
for transportation planning
in Brevard County. It
includes elected officials
from the county, cities and
Port Canaveral.
The purpose of the plan is
to identify areas of traffic
congestion and research
funding that is likely to be
available.
The cumulative cost esti-
mate for all potential proj-
ects through 2025 is
approximately $1.5 billion,
not including the cost of
privately funded projects.
According to Florida
Department of Transporta-
tion," which provides the
funding forecasts for the
long-range plan, $306.5
million in federal and state
funds were anticipated to
be available through 2025
in addition to the $250 mil-
lion Florida Interstate
Highway System funds allo-


cated for the widening of 1-
95. FIHS funds can only be
used for projects on 1-95
and S.R. 528.
Hav-


ing a
long-
range
trans -
porta -
tion plan
is a fed-
e r al
require-
ment for
c i t y
MPOs
,and the


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95


plans must be


updated every five years
said Susan Ditta, Brevard
MPO transportation plan-
ner.
"It's not just something
we must do, though; it's
something we should do.
There is a limited amount
of funds available and it's*
good to get a community
consensus on critical
needs. Transportation
planning in this country
works from the bottom up,"
said Mr. Kamm.
State Sen. Bill Posey, R-
Rockledge, said having the
long-range plan keeps law-
makers focused and stops
the two state senators and
four state representatives
from having different agen-
das.
"If you don't have every-
thing incorporated in that
plan one part of the county
is always going to feel like
it's getting walked on. This
keeps everything in the
sunshine. If everyone just


started shooting from the
hip in every direction,
nothing would ever get
funded," he said.
Right now the Brevard
MPO is in the process of
gathering information for
the 2035 long-range plan,
which will be adopted in
2010.
Information comes from
a variety of sources, said
Mr. Kamm, including the
FDOT District 5 office,
which governs Brevard
County.
One of the main tools the
Brevard MPO used in devel-
oping the 2025 long-range
plan, and will use again for
the 2035 plan, is FDOT's
travel demand computer
simulation program.
"We forecast land use and


population for 2035, and
the program turns it into
traffic forecasts and what
roads will be used in the
future," said Mr. Kamm.
Information for the fore-
casts is gathered from the
U.S. Census and through
the property appraiser's
office.
Variables taken into con-
sideration include: employ-
ment, housing types, auto-
mobile ownership, school
enrollment and
hotel/motel occupancy.
"Basically, we. look at
things that affect how much
traffic is generated and
where it will go," said Mr.
Kamm.
In developing the project
priority list, the MPO also
encourages public involve-


ment and suggestions, said
Ms. Ditta.
"We like to put the infor-
mation on upcoming proj-
ects out there, then get sug-
gestions from the
community so we can fine-
tune it," said Ms. Ditta.
The widening of Palm Bay
Road, the widening of U.S.
1 in Cocoa and Rockledge,
and the widening of U.S. 1
in Melbourne, are all exam-
ples of projects given high
priority on the MPO's proj-
ect list, said Mr. Kamm.
Some projects, even
though they are given high
priority, remain on the list
for many years because
they are dependent on ade-
quate funding. For exam-
ple, the widening of U.S. 1
in northern Melbourne has


been on the list since 1987,
said Mr. Kamm.
He added that it is too
early to tell if the 2035 plan
will have any major
changes.
"The amount of funds is
not going up and the
amount of traffic and cost
of projects are. Elected offi-
cials will have to wrestle
with that and are going to
have some tough deci-
sions," said Mr. Kamm.
For information on the
Brevard MPO or to view the
2025 Long Range Trans-
portation Plan, visit
www.brevardmpo.com or
call (321) 690-6890.

ContactJenet Krol at (321)
751-5958 or krol@ home-
townnewsol.com.


Mustangs
From page A7


ing," said Deputy Pelton.
Two other speeders, one going 89
mph and the other going 90 mph,
both said they were on their cell
phones and didn't realize how fast
they were going.
In addition to carelessness, people
are simply driving too fast, said
Deputy Pelton.
One such speeder, who happened
to be an emergency room nurse, was
stopped for going 92 mph in a 70
mph zone.
"There's someone who should
damn well know better," said Deputy
Pelton.
The Titusville Police Department is
directly involved in Interstate 95 traf-
fic enforcement because the high-
way passes through the western part
of the city.


Chief Anthony Bollinger said he is
concerned about the speed at which
people travel on the Interstate and
the lack of safety structures in the
median.
"I've been advised by the board of
the Highway Patrol that this stretch
of 1-95 through Brevard County is
one of the deadliest in the country,"
he said. "For years, FHP has been
understaffed here in the county, for
whatever reasons."
The county's traffic unit will aim to
step up its efforts with saturation
patrols, said Cmdr. Ambrose.
Once a week, deputies with laser
detectors, which are more accurate
at identifying a specific vehicle's
speed, target vehicles on 1-95 and
other problem areas.
The Sheriff's Office and FHP part-


ner for the saturation patrols to
make more of an impact, said Cmdr.
Ambrose.
"The more personnel out there,
the more effective it is to the public,"
he said.
The saturation patrols are not
about just writing tickets, and offi-
cers use discretion writing them,
said Cmdr. Ambrose.
"The main purpose is to educate
and slow down speeders. We want
the public to understand, we all need
to work together and slow down to
make our county a safe place to
ride."

Reporter Darrell Johnson con-
tributed to this story.
Contact Jenet Krol at (321) 751-
5958 or krol@hometownnewsol.com.


Police
From page A5


personal identification,
grand theft, obtaining goods
by false or expired credit
card and petty theft.
Melissa Krause, 30, of
787 Hartford Ave., Palm
Bay, was charged Feb. 12
with violation of probation.
Michelle Lee Leveilee,
33, address unknown, was
charged Feb. 12 with viola-
tion of probation and
felony failure to appear.
Ronald Kenneth Prince,
25, of 3625 Corey Road,
Malabar, was charged Feb.
12 with violation of proba-
tion.
Victoria Janet Watson,
46, address unknown, was
charged Feb. 12 with viola-,
tion of probation.
Jatori Shenea Williams,
27, of 751 Davis St., Mel-
bourne, was charged Feb.
12 with two counts of
obtaining public assistance
by fraud.
Alex Jay Evans, 20, of 96
McClain Drive, Melbourne,
was charged Feb. 12 with
burglary and grand theft.
Trevor Leon Herndon,
20, of 4245 Miami Ave.,
West Melbourne, was
charged Feb. 13 with bat-
tery-domestic violence.
Donnie Lee Jenkins, 31
of 3000 Monroe St., No. 5,
Melbourne, was charged
Feb. 13 with armed robbery
and on-site violation of
community control.


Bruce M. Lewis, 22, of
130 Egret Drive, Satellite
Beach, was charged Feb. 13
with misdemeanor failure
to, appear, armed burglary
and aggravated battery.
Billy Massingill, 28, of
437 Veronica St., Palm Bay,
was charged Feb. 13 with
armed burglary and grand
theft.
Charles R. Pugh, 51, of
2820 Pomello Road, Mal-
abar, was charged Feb. 13
with battery-domestic vio-
lence.
Richard Lyle Robinson,
21, of 2998 Firwood Ave. W.,
Palm Bay, was charged Feb.
13 with violation of proba-
tion.
Cynthia Rushing, 48, of
2556 Chatman St., Palm
Bay, was charged Feb. 13
with four counts of uttering
a forged instrument and
petty theft.
Mark S. Ryan, 46, of 689
Ebony St., Melbourne, was
charged Feb. 13 with fraud.
Jason Edward Berger,
29, of 2007 Parkside Place,
Indian Harbour Beach, was
charged Feb. 14 with bat-
tery on an emergency med-
ical care provider.
Michael Bowen, 49,
address unknown, was
charged Feb. 14 with felony
failure to appear.
Charles Douglas Calla-
han, 17, address unknown,
was charged Feb. 14 with


armed robbery.
Melissa Cruz, 28, of 615
Greenwood Village, West
Melbourne, was charged
Feb. 14 with violation of
probation.
Misty Lee Elliott, 26, of
1827 Guava St., Melbourne,
was charged Feb. 14 with
felony failure to appear.


Terry Anthony Robin-
son, 25, of 4364 Maxwell
Drive, Melbourne, was
charged Feb. 14 with viola-
tion of probation.
Karen Smith, 38, of 291
Awin Circle S.E., Palm Bay,
was charged Feb. 14 with
felony failure to appear and
failure to appear-traffic.


Lamar Anton Stanley,
29, address unknown, was
charged Feb. 14 with
attempting, soliciting and
conspiring to commit a
crime.
Steven Wayne Sylvester,
25, of 965 Dallam Ave. N.W.,
Palm Bay, was charged Feb.
14 with two counts of


felony failure to appear.
Shamera Tyson, 28, of
297 Sawyer St., Melbourne,
was charged Feb. 14 with
being a fugitive from jus-
tice.
Joseph Mickey Ward, 22,
address unknown, was
charged Feb. 14 with grand
theft.


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A Wine Tasting Affair With
a Flair, to benefit Brevard
Montessori School, is
planned at 6 p.m. Feb. 23 at
the Tortoise Island Club
House, 727 Loggerhead
Island Drive, Satellite
Beach.
The evening begins with
hors d'oeurves followed by
the presentation of 12 dif-
ferent wines by PRP Wine
International. The event
continues with dinner and
the opportunity to pur-
chase wine and take part in
raffles to win wine and gift
baskets.
Cost is $45.
For information, call
Scott or Vanna Rickard at
(321) 777-9871.
Overeaters
Anonymous has
convention
Overeaters Anonymous is
having its 18th annual
Florida State Convention
Feb. 22-24 at the Cocoa
Beach Hilton Oceanfront,
1550 S. Atlantic Ave.
There will be meetings,
boutiques, banquet, speak-
ers and entertainment.
For information, contact
Susan at (321) 752-0908 or
visit www.oaregion8.org.
The group is for those
battling food addictions.
Wellness health fair
scheduled Feb. 23
A wellness health fair is
scheduled 10 a.rn. to 7 p.m.
Feb. 23 at A Better Way to
Health, Oak wood Square
Business Center, 1954
Dairy Road, West Mel-
bourne.
There will be free lec-
tures, healthy foods from
Wild Oats Community
Market/Whole Foods, free
blood pressure screenings
and hypertension educa-
tion, a blood drive, free
Migiun jade and chair mas-
sages, raffles and door
prizes.
For information, call
(321) 956-7777 or visit
www.miguncentral.com.
Heart-related
lectures set
Two free heart-related
lectures are planned Feb.
27 at Holmes Regional
Medical Center, 1350 S.
Hickory St., Melbourne.
For reservations, call
(321) 434-4335.
Facts About Migraines,
Stroke and Their Relation-
ship to PFO: 11 a.m. to
noon. With Dr. Charles
Croft.
Sudden Cardiac Disease
and Bi-ventricular Pacers:
Noon to 1 p.m. Feb. 27.
With Dr. Ralph Vicari.


Pet Rescue
Round-Up set Feb. 24
A Pet Rescue Round-Up is
planned from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. Feb. 24 on East New
Haven Avenue, between
Municipal Lane and the
railroad tracks.
Pet rescue groups from
around the area will offer
pets for adoption.
The event is sponsored by
the Rocket Angel Italian
Greyhound Rescue.
For information, call Paul
Altier at (321) 726-6401 or
giftique@bellsouth. net.
Sweetheart dinner
plan Feb. 26
The Beta Sigma Phi chap-
ter of Beta Omicron Master
will have its Sweetheart
Dinner at 7. p.m. Feb. 26 at
The Enigma Cafe, 024 A1A,
No. 118, Satellite Beach.
For details, call Mary
Caldwell at (321) 254-7267
or Frankie Cole at (321)
727-9907.
Diabetes screening,
workshop set
A free screening for dia-
betes risk and a diabetes
workshop is planned Feb.
29 at Christian Care Min-
istry, 505 N. John Rodes
Blvd., Melbourne.
The screenings will be
offered from 3;30-5:30
p.m., while the workshop
will be from 5:30-7 p.m.
For information, visit
www.ccmhi.org or call Bill
White at (321) 308-7770,
Ext. 2280.
Democratic women
seek members
The South Brevard
Democratic Women's Club
will have its annual mem-
bership tea from 2-4 p.m.
March 1.
Those would like to join
are asked to call (321) 773-
2949 or (321) 773-5239 for
the location and direc-
tions.
There will be refresh-
ments.
Cathy Stanton, a
women's rights advocate,
will speak.
International Festival
noon Feb. 24
The second annual Inter-
national Festival is sched-
uled noon to 6 p.m. Feb. 24
at the Panthereum, off
Country Club Drive, adja-
cent to the Panther Plaza,
on the Florida Institute of
Technology campus, Mel-
bourne.
Only handmade and
homemade crafts will be
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on Saturday, March 1, at the
Wickham Park Pavilion from
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organization's annual
fundraising effort, drawing an average attendance of
10,000 supporters. The funds raised go toward
supporting Habitat for Humanity's mission to eliminate
sub-standard housing in Brevard County.
"We need approximately 1000 volunteers to support the
various areas of the festival that include Kid's Korner; the
Open Car & Bike Show; Arts & Crafters Area; Food
Midway; Parking; Information; First Aid; and much more
says Stephanie Meyer, volunteer coordinator.
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continued success.' .
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to work all day or a specific three-hour shift. '"This is a
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Celebrate Black History Month with great food, cookies


H ello, smart shop-
pers! Hope you had
a good week.
February is Black History
Month and before the
month is gone, I must
share some delicious
recipes. Two recipes come
with a story and one
actually comes from Africa.
All are delicious!
Enjoy. See you next week.

To your health: Black-
eyed peas or beans can
cause gas in some. Add a
half-teaspoon of baking
soda near the end of
cooking. Goodbye gas!

BESSIE'S HOPPIN'
JOHN
Serves four or more,
regular and low fat
Bessie Stuart, a black
friend of mine, who has
since gone to be with the
Lord, gave me her family
recipe. Served over rice
with a side of corn bread, it
is rib sticking and wonder-
ful. Using ham instead of
pork or bacon makes it low
fat.

1 large package black-eyed
peas
1/4 pound salt pork or
bacon, cut up or 1 ham
hock or chunks of ham
1/2 teaspoon each, salt and
pepper
1 large clove garlic and 1
large onion, chopped
Hot sauce (optional)

Cover peas with cold
water; discard any that
float. Drain. Place in pot,
cover with water. Bring to a
boil, reduce heat and cook
for two minutes. Cover and
let stand for one hour.
Note: You can let peas
soak in the pot overnight.
This method removes most
of the gas-producing
properties.
Drain peas and return to
pot. Add the ham or salt
pork, salt and pepper and
about 1-1/2 cups water.
Cover and cook for one
hour.
Add garlic, onion and a
few dashes of hot sauce
and cook until peas are
tender. The gravy will be


thick. Add more water if
necessary. Serve over rice
and with corn bread.

FROGMORE STEW
(NIB) Serves eight

We enjoyed Frogmore
Stew at my son, Bill's home
in South Carolina and
shortly after that I found a
recipe in a magazine.
Since the recipe was not
as good as Bill's, I decided
to call him knowing I
would also get a bit of
history.
How about that name? I
mentioned it to my mom
and told her the ingredi-
ents and she asked quizzi-
cally, "There are no frogs in
it?"
It seems, Frogmore is a
town located in the low
country, just outside of
Beaufort, S.C. Apparently it
was there the stew was
created by slaves. Years ago
it was considered "peasant
food." Crabs were added
when available.
This is great for a crowd.
You can cut the recipe in
half if you choose, using 2-
tablespoons seafood boil,
1/2 teaspoon each Tabasco
and Worcestershire sauce
and 4-1/2 teaspoons salt.
The rest is easy to divide.

6 quarts of water
1/4 cup seafood boil
(found in supermarket in
spice section)
1 teaspoon Tabasco sauce
1 teaspoon Worcestershire
sauce
3 tablespoon salt*
2 cloves garlic, peeled
4 extra-large onions,
peeled and halved
8 to 10 medium size red
potatoes, whole and
unpeeled
2 pounds smoked sausage,
cut into 2-inch pieces
12 ears shucked corn on
the cob, broken into 4-
inch pieces
4 pounds large shrimp,
unpeeled
Add half the salt and
taste-test at the end.
In a large stockpot,
combine the water with the
next 5 ingredients, bring to
a boil. Add potatoes and


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Romancing the Stove
with the Grammy Guru

onions, cook for 15 min-
utes. Add the sausage and
cook for 5 minutes. Add the
corn and cook for 5 min-
utes longer. Add the
shrimp and cook until
pink, about 3 minutes.
Drain immediately and
serve.
I served this dish the
authentic way; try it. Cover
the table with newspaper,


place the bowl of stew in
the center, pass around the
plates and silverware and
go at it!

AFRICAN-AMERI-
CAN BENNE
(SESAME) SEED
COOKIES (NIB)

1 cup sesame seeds, about
2 (2 ounces) containers*
1-3/4 cups all-purpose
flour
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/2 cup butter or butter
substitute, softened
1/2 cup brown sugar
packed
1/4 cup sugar
1 large egg
1 teaspoons. vanilla

Place sesame seeds into
shallow pan and toast at
375 degrees for 10 minutes
or until lightly browned.
Cool completely.


Combine flour, soda and
salt. Set aside. Cream
butter with sugars. Beat in
egg and vanilla until light
and fluffy. Blend in flour
mixture. Stir in 1/2 cup of
the sesame seeds. Roll
dough into tablespoon size
balls. Then roll in remain-
ing sesame seeds. Place on
a cookie sheet. Flatten with
the bottom of a glass or
press with hands. Place
cookies about 1-1/2 inches
apart.
Bake for 8-10 minutes or
until edges are lightly
browned. Cool on wire
racks. Makes about 2 dozen
cookies.
Purchase seeds in bulk
at discount stores or health
food stores for a better
price.

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
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"Romancing The Stove with
the Grammy Guru," send
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tional book ($15 plus $2).
Send to: Arlene M. Borg,
265 S. W Port St. Lucie Blvd.,
No. 149, Port St. Lucie, FL
34984. .
Check, Visa, MasterCard o
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Borders in the Treasure
Coast Square Mall in Jensen
Beach or Vero Book Center in
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19 Tyler Clippard P
21 Dmitri Young 1B
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24 Nick Johnson 1B
25 Austin Kearns RF
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29 Ryan Langerhans RF
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Promising newcomers in
the pitching staff include
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acquired from a trade with
the New York Yankees. Clip-
pard, who went 3-1 with an
ERA of 6.33 in 2007, feels
more comfortable with his
new surroundings at Space
Coast Stadium.
"It's a better opportunity
for me and I think it's going
to be a good fit for me here,"
he said. "They showed an
interest in me and I've
heard good things from a
lot of people in this organi-
zation. They made me feel
welcome and that gives me
motivation and that's what I
need."
Offensively, the Nationals
are expecting more great
numbers from shortstop
Christian Guzman and
third baseman Ryan Zim-
merman. In 2007, Zimmer-
man had 174 hits and 91
RBI, and Guzman finished
with an on-base percentage
of .380.
"I'm leading toward hav-
ing Guzman lead off, but by
the end of camp, who
knows," he said. "He played
well for us when he was
healthy. It's the last year of
his contract and he knows
he has to play well."
Two of the most notable
additions to the team are at
the catcher position, as
Paul Lo Duca and Johnny
Estrada contend for the
starting job. During his
time with the New York
Mets, Lo Duca developed a
reputation as one of the
best defenders behind the
plate, and Estrada has
shown flashes of offensive
promise during the past


"I'm leading toward
having Guzman lead
off, but by the end of
camp, who knows.
He played well for us


when


he was


healthy. It's the last
year of his contract
and he knows he has
to play well.
Manny Acta
three seasons as an Arizona
Diamondback and Atlanta
Brave.
Washington finished
fourth in the Eastern Divi-
sion of the National League
with a record of 73-89 in
2007, but they upset the
New York Mets and
Philadelphia Phillies in sev-
eral meetings during the
final month. Acta believes
the 2008 NL East could be
defined by parity, with no
clearly defined favorite
throughout the season.
"We're starting 0-0 open-
ing day and I don't pick
favorites," he said. "I'm
here to win and I think
every team is a team to
beat. I think we proved that
at the end of the season last
year. The teams who were
in the fight really needed to
beat us."
Washington's home open-
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Florida Marlins at 1:05 p.m.
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The next day we flew to
Tahiti, where the air is fresh
and the people are as
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We boarded Radisson's
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norm for men and a
summer dress or slacks
outfit for women. A tie and
jacket was very seldom seen
on board the Gauguin.
During the day, all wore
bathing suits and shorts.
On Deck 4 of the ship is
the marina. This is an area
at the back of the ship that
opens into the sea for water
skiing and kayaking (which
is included in the price).
This is also where you get
your snorkel gear to use for
the week's journey.
On Sunday, the children of
Raiatea came aboard and
sang and danced for us.
This island is very beauti-
ful and lush. The tours give


you an idea of the history of
the Polynesians and the
differences in their lives
today. They still make plates
from large leaves and many
do not have enclosed
homes with air condition-
ing.
On Tahaa you have the
opportunity to see wonder-
ful views from the high
mountains and again the
tropical parts of the island.
There is a motu (islet) on
this island that is private for
Paul Gauguin passengers. It
is a great place to enjoy the
wonderful, calm waters and
a great lunch prepared by
the ship's staff. Once again,
free drinks are provided in
sand-friendly glasses.
Bora Bora is the place for
shopping. The people on
this island are not as
friendly as on the other
islands, but that is to be
expected, since it is more of
a tourist spot. On Bora Bora,
you can get some fantastic
pictures from the mountain
ranges and overlooks that
are provided for you. Bloody
Mary's is a must stop for a
cold drink. Ladies, check
out the women's restroom. I
doubt you will see another
like it.
On Thursday, we sailed
around Marlon Brando's


island and found the stories
very exciting. After this, we
sailed into Cook's Bay. This
is where we anchored for
our view and tours of
Moorea. This is where you
will probably get your
Tahitian black pearls. I
thought I would not buy
one, but to my great
pleasure my husband did
get me one. And, a grateful
customer bought me a
black pearl bracelet. So I
have many special memo-
ries to hold in my heart of
this wonderful paradise.
Before flying you home,
Radisson puts you up in a
hotel in Papeete for the
afternoon. Your flight is
around 10 p.m. When you
leave the ship, a compli-
mentary tour and lunch are
available for those who wish
to take it and then some rest
by the pool or in your room
is in order.
When you are looking for
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members and more than 650
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The units conduct military-
to-military training, execute
counter narco-trafficking
operations, human trafficking
deterrence, and engagement
in civil affairs activities in con-
junction with U.S. intera-
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Col. Bernstein is a flight sur-
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service.
He is the son of Elyse E.
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He will be stationed at Fort
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He is the son of Mark and
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and a 2007 graduate of Eau
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Dallas A. Cooper
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He was an honor graduate.
Pfc Cooper is the son of
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Miriam D. Summerville
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She has served in the mili-
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Her husband, David, is the
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Ashley J. Jackson
Air Force Airman Ashley J.
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basic military training at
Lackland Air Force Base, San
Antonio, Texas.
She is the daughter of
Vanessa Jackson of Las Vegas
and granddaughter of Cindy
Russle of Palm Bay.
The airman is a 2006 gradu-
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Melbourne, Fla.


Guy R. Miller
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Guy R. Miller has graduated
from basic military training at
Lackland Air Force Base, San
Antonio, Texas.
Airman Miller was an honor
graduate. He is the son of
David Miller of Palm Bay and
a 2002 graduate of West Shore
Junior Senior High School,
Melbourne, and a 2005 gradu-
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College, Palm Bay, with an
associate's degree.

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graduated from basic combat
training at Fort Jackson,
Columbia, S.C.
She is the daughter of Brad
and Sok Stiles of Melbourne.
The private graduated in
2001 from Eau Gallie High
School, Melbourne, and a
2005 graduate of Brevard
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If you're a single, bold
woman, this is your year.
Traditionally, leap year is
associated with women
proposing to men. Accord-
ing to Internet sources such
as Wikipedia.com, the
custom dates to 5th century
Ireland, "whereby women
may make marriage
proposals only in leap
years."
If a marriage proposal is a
bit too committal for your
taste, consider celebrating
the tradition of Sadie
Hawkins Day, where women
ask men out. Although it's
2008, I bet there plenty of
women who view asking
men out as a novelty.
And why not? To each her
own.
Sadie Hawkins Day got its
start in a 1930s comic strip
called "Li'l Abner." Sadie
was a homely, unmarried
girl and her father named a
day in her honor where all
unattached women were
able to chase down avail-
able men. Once a man was
caught, he had to marry his
pursuer. This gives new
meaning to the phrase
"quite a catch." Really,
Sadie's dad just didn't want
to support her indefinitely.
On Feb. 29, Mainstreet
Pub in downtown Mel-
bourne will celebrate Sadie
Hawkins Day at 9 p.m. The
evening features a "Daisy
Mae Look-a-like" contest.
Funny, homely Sadie
Hawkins got an upgrade to
hot Daisy Mae. It should
make for an interesting
evening. So, ladies, throw on
your straw hats, cowboy
boots and short-shorts and
round up a date!
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BY LISA M. ONORATO
Entertainment writer
Heroes, villains and mere mortals
will descend on Orlando to celebrate a
love of pop culture.
The 15th annual MegaCon will be
March 7-9 at the Orange County
Convention Center.
MegaCon originally started out as a
small comic book convention. In the
ensuing years, it's morphed into much
more. This year's event features
celebrity guests, as well as workshops,
retail merchandise, interactive games
and costume contests.
"It's anything pop culture," said
Terry Cronin co-founder of the
Melbourne Independent Film Festival
and co-creator of the independent
comic book series "Students of the
Unusual."
"It's anime, manga, candy, video
games anything cutting edge."
Mr. Cronin has been promoting
"Students of the Unusual" at MegaCon
since 2004. The comic book series
features tales of local and state
folklore.
In 2005, he saw the opportunity to
combine the convention with inde-
pendent filmmaking and launched
MegaCon Indie Film Festival.
Each year, Mr. Cronin and his
partners in MIFF select several short
films to show at the festival, as well as
arrange a panel of guests to speak on a
variety of topics related to filmmaking.
"People want to show movies at
MegaCon," said Mr. Cronin. "We try to
pick films that are genre-related and
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STAR SCOPES
James Tucker


Week of 02-22-2008

Aries-March 21-April 19
Your success depends on the choices you make.
In order for new ideas to grow, outdated ones
must be released. Your main efforts in the next
two or three weeks should be directed in sorting
out the old from the new and figuring out what
you truly want. Then ask for a blessing from the
universe on the most important. A super year is
sure to follow if you do this.

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This year's picks include nine
movies from horror to anime and
science fiction, with titles like "Zombie
Prom," "The Monster Under the Bed,"
Ninja Babes from Space" and "Red
Princess Blues."
The Indie Film Fest is from 6:30-8
p.m. Friday, March 7.
A panel discussion on filmmaking
will be Saturday, March 8, featuring
guest filmmakers and actors.
"The panel discussion on Saturday
is great for people interested in making
films, and getting motivated to do
something themselves," said Mr.


Cronin.
During the panel discussion,
Orlando filmmaker Steven Shea will
discussion "Flash Masters," an
upcoming DVD featuring horror
shorts by Florida filmmakers.
MegaCon organizer BethWidera
said she thought it was a great idea
when Mr. Cronin approached her
about doing an indie film festival.
"He puts it all together, and he does
an outstanding job. We are getting a lot
more filmmakers. (The festival) has
I See MEGACON B2


perform and help you as requested. Whether it is
with family, co-workers or friends, working togeth-
er as a team is so important. When you feel
stressed and unsafe, it is usually caused by trying
to go it alone and overloading yourself. When you
ask for help, you will get much more done.

Gemini-May 21-June 21
At the last minute when it seems that things are
not going to work out, they usually do. Why?
Because you have a guardian angel watching over
you. Your own spirit knows what you want. For
this spiritual side to work, you must listen to your
inner guidance, act on the positive signs and then
be patient. Let the universe work for you and you
will prosper.

Cancer-June 22-July 22
Keep visualizing what you want and refuse to
give up or get stuck or sidetracked on less impor-
tant things. The key is to write down your ideas
when they pop into the mind. This is like giving
birth to an "idea child." Then feed, protect it and
encourage it to grow. One good idea acted upon
could set you up for life. You have many. Why not
create a few this year?


Sunday


Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
The key now that you are finding short-range
success, is to set medium-range goals to work
toward. Then, set yearly and long-range goals. All
successful people do this. You are a proven win-
ner. You should do it, too. This plan will keep you
moving forward with strong, focused energy. You
know what you want. Now go for it with gusto
and win.

Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22
The moon in Virgo gives your natural, strong
heart energy an even greater boost. Use it to do
something nice for yourself. You are always doing
for others. Let your friends help you a little. It's
what they are for. Watch your ups and downs.
Increase action when you feel a high. Slow down
when the energy is waning. This will keep moving
you forward in your calling.

Libra-Sept 23-Oct. 22
Keep your eye on your main goal and refuse to
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is rightfully yours. All your
strong efforts are about to
pay off and bring you high
rewards. Your heart is in it.
Your spirit is strong. You are
so loyal. You see the finish
line. Get a second wind and
move on to victory.

Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov. 21
There is much change hap-
pening around you. Your
main job is to stay calm when
the storms of life hit and
refuse to allow effects not of
your making toss you around.
Keep your cool when every-
one around you is losing
their's. Your judgment is
sound. Use it and your strong
heart when making deci-
sions. Ask yourself, "will this
make me happy?" Take
action when you hear a clear,
"yes."

Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21
Use recent successes as a
springboard to rise to the
next level. Continue to think
high, inspired thoughts. Fear


is not in your vocabulary.
Work from your top priorities
and delegate less important
ones as needed. When you
ask for help, you get more
done. Also, it show others
how much you respect them.
Now everyone is happy and
flourishing.

Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19
Fill your life with things that
give you love, peace, health,
abundance and joy. Stay
focused on your ideals. Then
share with others every time
you get a chance. The light of
truth runs strong in your spir-
it. You see good in others.
Others see good in you. Now
today, and all your days to
come, have bright new
meaning. This is a great
blessing on your life.

Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18
Your fine sense of duty, loy-
alty and patience continues
to grow and increase. Truth
continues to unfold around
you. More advancement is on
the way. When making deci-
sions, let your first impres-
sions guide you. They are
always the best when you are


open to them. Be bold and
move forward with passion
and all will be well.

Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20
Live each day as if there is
no tomorrow and make the
best of what you have been
given. This is the most reli-
able way to ensure that more
will always be on the way.
When you recognize the
good in others and affirm it,
they see it in you as well. This
is the true meaning of life
and one of your most price-
less possessions. Believe this
in your heart and so it will be.

Star visions

This column is on the Web
at www.myhometown-
news.net. Click on Star
Scopes on the left menu. For
a personalized astrology or
compatibility chart, call
(772) 334-9487 or e-mail
jtuckxyz@aol.com for details.
It's good to know what the
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perform at 9 p.m. Friday,
Feb. 22, at Rum Rummers
Tavern, 695 Atlantic Ave.,
Cocoa Beach. Call (321) 868-
2020.
*House music: DJ Yogi will
spin at 10 p.m. Friday, Feb.
22, at Cush Martini Lounge,
306 N. Orlando Ave., Cocoa
Beach. Call (321) 783-6199.
Blues jam: An open
blues jam will be at 8 p.m.
Friday, Feb. 22, at Sebastian
Beach Inn, 7035 S. A1A,
Melbourne Beach. Call (321)
728-4311.
Comedian: Joe DeLion
will perform standup at 9
p.m., Friday, Feb. 22, at the
Wonder Bar, 461 S. Babcock
St., Melbourne. Call (321)
768-8803.
Grant Seafood Festival:
Live music scheduled from
11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday,
Feb. 23-24, at the Grant


Seafood Festival off of U.S. 1
in Grant. Bands include Blox
Electric and Vintage. Visit
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Funk/soul: The Billy Lee
Soul Revue will perform at
9:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 23,
at Lou's Blues, 3191 N. A1A,
Indialantic. Call (321) 779-
2299.
Acoustic: Chuck Van
Riper will perform at 8 p.m.
Saturday, Feb. 23, at Moon-
struck Wine Co., 836 E. New
Haven Ave., Melbourne. Call
(321) 951-4555.
Mefal/hardeor-: Peace
Corpse, Hate Machine and
Inruins will perform at 9 p.m.
at Saturday, Feb. 23, at the
Metro Entertainment
Complex, 3020W. New
Haven Ave., Melbourne. Call
(321) 727-7819.
Acoustic jam: Frankie


"Cisco" Harris will host an
open acoustic jam from 8:30
p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Sunday,
Feb. 24, at The Hustler, 810
N. A1A, Indialantic. Call
(321) 768-0640.
Beer/wine/food: Brevard
Symphony Orchestra
presents the 17th annual
Space Coast Beer and Wine
Festival at 5 p.m. Sunday,
Feb. 24, at the King Center
for the Performing Arts.
Event features food and
desserts and beer and wine
from more than 30 local
restaurants and a BSO pop
concert. Tickets are $75 and
'include a commemorative
wine glass. Call (321) 242-
2024.
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"Every year we've increased
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and even 22 percent one year.
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This year's celebrity guests
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Ms. Widera said the
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convention's popularity.
"It's so much more than
comics," she said.
MegaCon is open from 1-7
p.m. Friday, March 7; from 10
a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday,
March 8; and from 10 a.m. to
5 p.m. Sunday, March 9.
Admission is $52.19 for all
three days; $22.37 for one
day; and free for children 10
and younger with a paid
adult.
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events at MegaCon, visit
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FRIDAY, FEB. 22

British comedy: The Theatre
Company of Palm Bay presents
"See How They Run" through
March 2. Tickets are $22 for gen-
eral admission and $20 for stu-
dents and seniors. The theater
operates out of the Palm Bay
campus of the Brevard Commu-
nity College, 250 College Park-
way. Call (321) 723-3056.
Broadway: Melbourne Civic
Theatre presents "A Night on
Broadway," though Feb. 24. The
theater is at 817 E. Strawbridge
Ave. Call (321) 723-6935.
'CarouselV Cocoa Village
Playhouse presents "Carousel"
through Sunday, Feb. 24. The
playhouse is at 300 Brevard Ave.
Tickets are $22 for adults, $20 for
students and seniors 55 and
older and $15 for children 12
and younger. Call (321) 636-
5050.
BSO: The Brevard Symphony
Orchestra will perform with Mar-
tin Hamlisch at 8 p.m. Friday,
Feb. 22, at the King Center for
the Performing Arts, 3865 N.
Wickham Road. Ticket are $35-
$75. Call (321) 242-2219.
Neil Simon play: Surfside
Players presents "45 Seconds
From Broadway," through March
2. Show times are 8 p.m. Friday
and Saturday and 2 p.m. Sun-
day. Tickets are $18 adults, $14
for seniors and active military
and $10 for students. The play-
house is at 300 Ramp Road,
Cooca Beach. Call (321) 783-
3127.

SATURDAY, FEB. 23

Dance benefit/anniversary:
IDC Sharing Through Dance
benefit for Devereux and cele-
brating the 50th anniversary of
Dussich Dance Studio at 2 and 7


p.m. at 125 Imperial St., Merritt
Island. Tickets are $15 for gener-
al admission, $12 for seniors
and $8 for students. Call (321)
452-2046 or visit www.dussich-
dancestudio.com.
Grant Seafood Festival: The
annual Grant Seafood Festival
returns Feb. 23-24 from 11 a.m.
to 5 p.m. daily Features live
music, food and drinks. Call
(321) 723-8687.

SUNDAY, FEB. 24

Beer/wine festival: Brevard
Symphony Orchestra presents
the 17th annual Space Coast
Beer and Wine Festival at 5 p.m.
Sunday, Feb. 24, at the King
Center for the Performing Arts,
3865 N. Wickham Road, Mel-
bourne. Tickets are $75. Call
(321) 242-2024.
Festival: Florida Institute of


Technology presents its Interna-
tional Festival from noon t 6
p.m. at the Pathereum, 150 W.
University Blvd., Melbourne. Fea-
tures cultural displays, music,
folk dance, food and children's
activities. Call (321) 674-8053.
Jazz: The J.D. Daniel Trio will
perform from 4-6 p.m. at the
International Festival on the
campus of Florida Institute of
Technology in Melbourne. The
concert will be at the Pan-
thereum, an outdoor amphithe-
ater. Follow the signs on cam-
pus. Call (321) 674-8950.
Music on a Sunday: The
Indian River Bluegrass Boys will
perform at 2 p.m. at the Cocoa
Beach Library, 550 N. Brevard
Ave. Free. Call (321) 868-1104.

THURSDAY, FEB. 28

Dance: The Moiseyev Dance


Co. will perform at 8 p.m.at the
King Center for the Performing
Arts, 3865 N. Wickham Road,
Melbourne. Tickets are $38-$45.
Call (321) 242-2219.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Neil Simon comedy: The
Henegar Center presents "Cali-


fornia Suite" at 8 p.m. Friday,
Feb. 29 through March 16. Show
times are 8 p.m. Friday and Sat-
urdays and 2 p.m. Sunday. Tick-
ets are $20 for adults and $18 for
senior citizens. The Henegar
Center is at 625 E. New Haven
Ave., Melbourne. Call (321) 723-
8698.
Musical: Titusville Playhouse


presents "South Pacific" at 8
p.m. Friday, Feb. 29. The play-
house is at 301 Julia St Call
(321) 268-1125 for ticket infor-
mation.

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The old expression that
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certainly doesn't apply to
Smooth Jazz Nights Out.
The event has brought
national recording artists to
Brevard County since 2005,
giving concertgoers an
otherwise pricey night of
musical entertainment for
free.
In its third year, Smooth
Jazz Nights Out, WGRV The
Groove's Oceanfront
Concert Series, returns
Wednesday, March 6, to the
event will be at the Crowne


Plaza Melbourne Ocean-
front every week through
the end of October.
Station manager Randy
Bennett said that he's
excited to offer Brevard top
jazz talent.
"It's another great sum-
mer of jazz," Mr. Bennett
said. "If people have
enjoyed what we've been
doing, they'll be even more
excited when they see what
we're going to offer this
year."
Returning in May is Nils
(pronounced Neels), who
performed for a crowd of
more than 700 people at
The Groove's anniversary


Photo courtesy of The Groove-WGRV
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sponsored by the Groove at the Crowne Plaza in Indialan-
tic. The weekly event returns Wednesday, March 5 from
5:30-8:30 p.m. For information, visit www.thegroove.org.


party.
Mr. Bennett said the
success of the free concert
series can be attributed to
fans.
"Thousands of the people
over the years have support-
ed us," he said. Three years
ago, The Groove initiated
the free events to let
listeners know the station
appreciated them.
Other national artists
scheduled to appear
include jazz guitarist Matt
Marshak. The GrooveMas-
ters from Orlando will open
the concert series March 5.
Smooth Jazz Nights out is


from 5:30-8:30 p.m. at the
Crowne Plaza, 2605 N. A1A,
Indialantic.
Starting March 6, The
Groove will host Smooth
Jazz Nights Out at the Hilton
in Cocoa Beach.
The event will be offered
every Thursday night
through the end of October.
For further information
about the events, call (321)
951-0310 of visit www.the-
groove.org.
Contact Lisa M. Onorato
at (321) 751-5957 or the-
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Out & About
From page B3
* 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: Located
at 300 Ramp Road, Cocoa
Beach, the theater produces var-
ious plays and musicals, as well
as hosting a youth player group
and workshops. For information,
call (321) 783-3013.
* Theatre Company of Palm
Bay: Operates out of the audito-
rium at the Palm Bay campus of
Brevard Community College but
is not affiliated with the school.
The Palm Bay campus of BCC is
at 250 Community College Park-
way. Call (321) 723-3056 or visit
www.theatrepalmbay.org.
* Titusville Playhouse: Locat-
ed at 301 Julia St, Titusville, the
theater produces various plays
and musicals, as well as hosting
a youth player group and work-
shops. For information, call
(321) 268-1125.
GALLERIES & MUSEUMS
Art and Antique Studio: The
Art and Antique Studio, 1419
Highland Ave., Melbourne, is
open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday
through Friday and 10 a.m. to 3
p.m. Saturday. Open until 8:30
p.m. first Fridays of the month.
For information, call (321) 253-
5553.
Art Gallery and Studio:
Located at 802 E. New Haven
Ave., Melbourne. Hours are 11
a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through
Saturday. Represents 14 artists
in a variety of mediums from
porcelain to wood and photog-
raphy. Call (321) 720-7532.
Brevard Art Museum: Locat-
ed at 1463 Highland Ave., Mel-
bourne, is open 10 a.m. to 5


p.m. Tuesday through Saturday,
and 1-5 p.m. Sunday. Admis-
sion, which includes entry to
both the museum and the Chil-
dren's Science Center, is $5 for
adults, $3 for senior citizens and
$2 for children and students
with identification. Free for
museum members. Admission
is free to the general public 1 to
5 p.m. Thursday. For informa-
tion, call (321) 242-0737.
* Brevard Museum of History
and Science: Located at 2201
Michigan Ave., Cocoa, it is open
Monday through Saturday 10
a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday
noon-4 p.m. Admission for
adults is $5.50, $5 for senior citi-
zens, $3.50 for children 5-16 and
$4 for college students. Museum
members are admitted free. For
information, call (321) 632-
1830.
* Brigantine Gallery: Located
at 80 S. Orlando Ave., Cocoa
Beach. Offers watercolor classes
on Tuesday with Clare Pearson
Zipperly. Also features local art
by "Waterworks" Open from 9
a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through
Saturday and Sunday by
appointment For information,
call (321) 783-7430.
* Downstairs Gallery: Located
at 909 E. New Haven Ave., Mel-
bourne, is open 11 a.m. to 4
p.m. Admission is free. For infor-
mation, call (321) 727-8470.
*Fifth Avenue Art Gallery:
Located at 1470 Highland Ave.,
Melbourne, open 1-5 p.m. Tues-
days to. For information, call
(321) 259-8261.
*Foreman Art Glass Design
Studio: Located at 2415 Harbor
City Blvd., Melbourne. Open 10
a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Satur-
day. For information, call (321)
725-7005 or visit www.forema-
nartglass.com.
*Greenwood Gallery: Located
at 1520 Garden St., Titusville, the
gallery is open 10 a.m. to 5:30
p.m. Tuesday through Friday and
10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday.
(321) 268-3362.
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Local stars to play in

All-American game


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS
Three local high school
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nominated to play in the
annual McDonalds All
American High School
Basketball games in Mil-
waukee March 26.
Aisha Patrick, Rockledge
High School; Shannon
Smith, Cocoa High
School; and Steven Cole-
man, Eau Gallie High
School will each compete-
for 24 spots on the boys
and girls team.


The finial rosters will be
selected by a group of
prominent basketball
experts, including nation-
ally renowned coaches
and top high school
sports journalists.
The seventh annual girls
game will begin at 7 p.m.,
March 26 at the Bradley
Center in Milwaukee, Wis.
and will broadcast live on
ESPNU. The 31st anniver-
sary of the boys game will
tip off following the girls
game at 9:30 p.m., and
will air live on ESPN.


Staff photo by Rob Shelburne
Melbourne High School Bulldogs head baseball coach Pete Donovan, second from right, instructs his team during a
recent practice. The Bulldogs host Eau Gallie High School Feb. 22. First pitch is scheduled for 7 p.m.


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The storms of Feb. 12-13 that caused
the postponement of early season
baseball and softball contests hasn't
dampened anticipation of a fresh new
season.
The Melbourne High School Bull-
dogs and affable coach Pete Donovan
opened defense of their Class 6A, Dis-
trict 6 title Feb 11 with a convincing
10-2 win over Titusville High School in
the Cocoa Hardball Classic.
The victory provided Donovan and
the district a glimpse into the future as
Melbourne strives for its fourth
straight district crown in 2008.
The Bulldogs cruised to the district
championship in 2007 with a record of
26-1. They easily handled Orlando's
Dr. Phillips High School 7-3 in the
regional quarterfinals before bowing
to eventual state champion Sarasota
6-0 in the regional semifinal. That loss
marked the second straight loss to the
Sailors in regional play.
The victory over Titusville included


an explosion of power that featured
homeruns by junior Greg Facciobene
(2) and Matte Kelley; and doubles by
Logan Thomas and Andrew Malavasic.
Such power is sure to bring a smile to
Donavan's face as last year's best hit-
ter, and team leader, catcher Jim
McMahon has moved on to start for
Hillsborough Community College.
"It was real windy that game with
Titusville," Donovan said. "But, yeah,
we did hit the ball well."
Despite losing 11 players to gradua-
tion, Melbourne will be strong again
this season as it returns two of its top
hurlers to the mound in 2008.
Seniors Jae Hasselberger and Logan
Thomas combined for a 15-0 record
last season bringing a proven track
record of winning to go with quality
innings and leadership on the field.
"I would rather have the experience
on the mound than anywhere else,"
Donovan said. "We have five quality
pitchers I can run out there and know
they can get the job done."
As always, Donavan is concerned
about his team's defense, starting with


the catching position.
Sophomore Dave Johannesson was
assigned the duties of handling the
Bulldogs pitching staff as the season
opened. But Johannesson will be out
indefinitely while recovering from a
groin injury.
Taking up shop behind the plate will
be senior Joey Hamilton.
Donovan said the district race is
wide open withVero Beach, Eau Gallie
and Osceola each presenting a threat
to the Bulldogs repeat hopes.
"I put offense last," he said, "If we
can catch it, we'll be fine. Give me
good defense and pitching and we'll
be in every game."
The Bulldogs host Eau Gallie High
School in a district showdown Feb. 22.
First pitch is scheduled for 7 p.m.

2008 Melbourne Bulldogs
varsity baseball roster

*J. P. Harris, junior, pitcher
*Tyler Weitzel, junior, pitcher/out-
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Prep sports

Feb. 11

Baseball
Brevard Team Sports
Hardball Classic, Cocoa
High School
eMelbourne 10, Titusville 2
- MEL: Greg Facciobene,
HR (2); Matte Kelley, HR;
Logan Thomas, 2B; Andrew
Malavasic, 2B. THS: Joey
Stanga, 2B. WP: Logan
Thomas (1-0) LP: Danny
Hayes (0-1) MEL: 1-0 THS: 0-
1
*Eau Gallie 6, Trinity Prep
2 EG: Chris Pushman, 2B.
TP: Sean Olenak, HR. WP:
Chris Hamper (1-0) LP: Ross
Beach (0-1) EG: 1-0 TP: 0-1

Softball
eCalvary Christian 6, Bre-
vard HEAT 3 BH: Amy
LaFontaine, 2B. WP: Racahel
Blount (2-0) LP: Kelsey
Dawdy (0-1) BH: 0-1 CC: 2-0

Tennis (boys)
*West Shore 6, Merritt
Island Christian 1 SIN-
GLES: Evan Bruce (WS) 6-6,
6-1 def. Kelley Kennedy;
Dimitri Sarpoolaki (WS) 6-0,
6-3 def. Chance Rawls; Drew
Miller (WS) 6-2, 6-3 def.
Diego Perez; R.J. Young (WS)
6-1, 6-1 def. David Kirk; Jerry
Wang (WS) 6-0, 6-0 def. Scott
Scalera. DOUBLES:
Kennedy/Rawls (MIC) 8-2
def. Wang/Young; Chris
Wong/Miller 8-2 def.
Perez/Kirk WS: 1-0 MIC: 0-1

Feb.12

Basketball (girls)
Class 3A, Region 3 semifi-
nal, Melbourne Central
Catholic High School
*MCC 47, John Carroll 45
MCC: April Downey, 17
pts; Crystal Rogers, 11 pts;
Rachel Jean-Louis, 10 pts*.
JC: Christina Mandina, 29
pts. MCC: 17-12 JC: 15-7
*game-winning shot at
buzzer -

Feb. 13

Softball
*Eau Gallie 21, Gateway 0
(5 innings) EG: Jackie
Reese, HR; Corrine Pearson,
3B; Maryelena Coffey, 2B;
Ashley Brown, 2B (2); Lexi
Carroll, 2B; Jami Thompson,
2B (2); Victoria Nattscheck,
2B. WP: Pearson* (1-0) LP:
Alisha Castro (0-3) *no hits
allowed

Baseball
eMelbourne 7, Gateway 4
MEL: Andrew Malavasic,
2B. GTW: Jose Cruz, HR;
Mike Vasquez, 2B. WP: Chris
Duguay (n/a) LP: Castro (0-
3) MEL: 1-1 GTW: 1-1

Feb. 14

Basketball (boys)
Class 6A, Region 2, quar-
terfinal, Eau Gallie High
School
*Orlando Evans 57, Eau
Gallie 52 EG: Steven Cole-
man, 23 pts; Jeff Douberly,
10 pts. OE: Kedric Taylor, 17
pts. EG: 19-8 OE: 22-7
Class 2A, Region 2, quar-
terfinal, Daytona Beach
*FAA 77, Father Lopez 76
FAA: Jason West, 25 pts;
Jonathan Frazier, 23 pts;
Tarik Acavedo, 13 pts. FL:
Billy Serle, 26 pts. FAA: 15-8
Class 3A, Region 4, quar-
terfinal, Melbourne Central
Catholic High School
*MCC 70, Mulberry 45 -
MCC: Phil Piotrowski, 25
pts; Joey Castellanos, 15 pts;
Peter Munch, 11 pts; Kyle
Hogan, 10 pts. MLB: Travon
Sampson, 14 pts. MCC: 18-9


Soccer (boys)
Class 3A, state semifinal,
Fort Lauderdale
*MCC 3, Lake Highland
Prep 2 (20T) MCC:
Michael Stump, goal; Chip
Richards, goal; Kyle Walsh,
goal. LHP: Jason Rasmussen,
goal; Ricky Daley, goal. MCC:
17-3-1 LHP: 13-9-2

Baseball
*MCC 7, FAA 1 MCC:
Tysenn, 2B; Migliaccio, 2B.
FAA: Steve Castro, 2B. WP:
Carley (1-0) LP: Taylor
Bechant (0-1) FAA: 0-1 MCC:
1-0

Softball
*Lincoln Park 14, MCC 0
- LP: Crosby, 3B; McBride,
3B; Hatcher, HR. WP: Ander-
son (n/a) LP: Grabowski (0-
1) MCC: 0-1 LP: 1-1

Tennis (boys)
*Melbourne 4, Titusville 3
- SINGLES: A.J. Nohr (MEL)
6-3, 7-6 (3) def. Andrew Pot-
ter; Van Rylander (THS) 6-1,
6-1 def. Rick Barnett; Greg
Zimmerman (MEL) 6-1, 6-0
def. Juan Rendon; Keri
Mawn 9THS) 7-6 (6), 7-6 (3)
def. Eric Schleicher; Jason
Panzarino 4-6, 6-3, 6-1 def.
Jerry Siford. DOUBLES:
Nohr/Zimmerman (MEL) 8-
3 def. Potter/Rylander; Ren-
don/Mawn (THS) 9-7 def.
Schkleicher/ Brandon Currie
MEL: 1-0 THS: 0-1
*Eau Gallie 7, Gateway 0 -
SINGLES: Wagner Chilan 6-
1, 6-2 def. Michael Carroll;
Alex Pinter 6-1, 6-1 def.
Kevin Kreiger; Andrew
Maceda 6-0, 6-0 def. Cody
Keller; Ethan Minner 6-0, 6-0
def. Joshua Sereno; Erik Lim-
merman 6-2, 6-2 def. Nick
Bowers. DOUBLES: Chi-
lan/Pinter 8-4 def.
Carroll /Kreiger;
Meceda/Minner 8-1 def.


Keller/Sereno EG: 1-0 GTW:
0-1
eHoly Trinity 6, West Shore
1 SINGLES: Krishna
Vasudevan (HT) 6-2, 6-4 def.
Evan Bruce; Dimitri Sar-
poolaki (WS) 6-4, 6-3 def.
ClayWinklet; Jake Hiers (HT)
6-1, 6-3 def. Drew Miller;
Marshall Wren (HT) 6-1, 6-0
def. R.J. Young; Tyler Hog-
land 6-3, 6-1 def. Chris
Wong. DOUBLES: Vasude-
van/Hiers (HT) 8-3 def.
Bruce/ Sarpoolaki;
Wrefn/Adrian Perez 8-6 def.
Miller/McKenzie Roche. HT:
1-0 WS: 1-1

Tennis (girls)
*Titusville 6, Melbourne 1
- SINGLES: Cara Fisher
(THS) 6-1, 7-5 def. Rachel
Nohr; Kaitlin Abdon (MEL)
6-4, 6-4 def. Cindy Boger;
Monica Delgado (THS) 6-2,
6-3 def. Amanda Durham;
Christina Veira (THS) 7-6, 7-
5 def. Samantha Derrick;
Becca Mascellino 6-1, 6-1
def. Erica Cooney. DOU-
BLES: Fisher/Stephanie
Voelpel (THS). 8-4 def.
A b d o n / N o h r ;
Delgado/Boger (THS) 8-4
def. Cooney/Zeigler MEL: 0-
1 THS: 1-0
*Eau Gallie 7, Gateway 0 -
SINGLES: Sam Logue 6-0, 6-
0 def. Gloria Wu; Marie
Woodson 6-1, 6-0 def. Jana
Hall; Aida Chilan 6-0, 6-1
def. Sara Wu; Katy Ryska 6-0,
6-0 def. Dorcas Negran;
Lindsey Beasy 6-0, 6-1 def.
Heena Ahmed. DOUBLES:
Logue/Chilan 8-0 def. G.
Wu/S. Wu; Woodson/Beasy
8-2 def. Hall/Negran. EG: 1-0
GTW: 0-1
*Holy Trinity 5, West
Shore 2. SINGLES: Katie
Florescu (HT) 6-1, 6-1 def.
Caitlin Morris; Alice Rhee
(HT) 6-4, 6-3 def. Lindsey
Heinlen; Geannie Wang


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(WS) 6-4, 6-4 def. Ashley
Suchoski; Nikki Kilbourne
(HT) 6-1, 6-3 def. Danielle
Miller; Aalekhya Tenali (WS)
4-6, 7-6 (4), 10-3 def. Shelby
Robbins. DOUBLES: Christi
Befanis/Jenna Bernier (HT)
8-1 def. Morris/Wang; Brit-
tany Wood/Jade Goodenow
8-3 def. Miller/Tenali. HT: 1-
OWS: 0-1

Local colleges

Feb. 10

Softball
*BCC 4, South Florida CC 0
WP: Kelci Breaux* (6-1)
LP: Jessica Grimes (n/a) *3
hits allowed
*Warner Southern CC 5,
BCC 0 WSCC: Lindsey
Geib, 2B; Stephanie Malloy,
2B.
*St. John's CC 3, BCC 2 -
WP: Rodriguez (1-3) LP: Kelci
Breaux* (6-2) BCC: 8-5 *6
consecutive shutout innings.

Feb.11

Baseball
*Daytona Beach CC 5, BCC
1 DBCC: Allen Prevatt, 2B;
Troy Knox, 2B. WP: Curtis
Frymier (3-0) LP: Austin
Quinn (1-3) BCC: 2-9 DBCC:
8-1

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conditions on the 7,065-
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The Panthers opened with
a team score of 304, led by
David D'Agostino's 75, and
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Panthers gave little relief on
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hole total of 908 left them
well back of medallist and
host Florida Southern's 870.
The Panthers hit the links
March 2-4 for the Panther
Invitational at the Duran
Golf Club inViera.

Matlock Collegiate Classic,
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7,065-yard, Par-72, Lake-
land, top-10 team scores
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4. Lynn University 299
298 284 881 +17
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299 297 286 882 +18
6. Clayton State Univ.
298 299 296 893 +29


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301 291 894 +30
T 8. Barry University
299 305 298 902 +38
T 8. Eckerd College 303
299 300 902 +38
10. Florida Inst of Tech
304 307 297 908

Florida Tech individual
scores
T22. Lance Gillett 225
T32. Kyle Westhorpe 227
T41. David D'Agostino -
229
T50. Thad Clancy 231
T59. Dan Moline 233

Feb. 13

Basketball (men)
*Rollins College 89, Flori-
da Tech 73 -1 FIT: Carl
McNally, 21 pts; Arthur
Richardson, 20 pts; Justin
Sedlak, 15 pts. RC: Jeremy
Sharpe, 32 pts. FIT: 16-6, 5-6
RC: 18-4, 7-4
*Palm Beach CC 68, BCC
63 BCC: Idell Bell, 26 pts;
Quenton Ragland, 14 pts;
Jeremy Harmeling, 11 pts.
PBCC: David Wood, 12 pts;
Eyal Solowetz, 12 pts. BCC:
12-15 PBCC: 12-15

Basketball (women)
*Rollins College 64, Flori-
da Tech 47 FIT: Lynisha
Nelson, 15 pts; Kristen
Dixon, 13 pts. RC: Jessica
Pressley, 16 pts. FIT: 10-12,
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Prep sports

Melbourne High School
Baseball
*Feb. 22 vs. Eau Gallie, 7'p.m.
*Feb. 25 at Bayside, 6 p.m.
*Feb. 27 vs. Vero Beach, 6 p.m.
*Feb. 29 at Gateway, 4 p.m.
Softball
*Feb. 25 vs. Gateway, 7:15
p.m.
*Feb. 27 vs. Vero Beach, 7:15
p.m.
*Feb. 29 at Space Coast, 7:15
p.m.
Tennis (boys)
*Feb. 26 at Vero Beach, 4 p.m.
*Feb. 28 at Space Coast, 4
p.m.
*March 4 vs. Palm Bay, 4 p.m.
Tennis (girls)
*Feb. 26 at Vero Beach, 4 p.m.
*Feb. 28 vs. Space Coast, 4
p.m.
*March 4 at Palm Bay, 4 p.m.

Melbourne Central Catholic
Baseball
*Feb. 22-23 at Gainesville tour-
nament, TBA
*Feb. 28 at Orangewood, 4
p.m.
*Feb. 29 vs. Masters Academy,
4 p.m.
Tennis (boys/girls))
*Feb. 22 at Merritt Island
Christian, 4 p.m. ,
*Feb. 26 vs, Holy Trinity, 4 p.m.
*Feb. 27 at St. Edwards, 4 p.m.

Eau Gallie High School
Baseball
*Feb. 22 at Melbourne, 7 p.m.
*Feb. 25 vs. Merritt Island, 6
p.m.
*Feb. 27 vs. Osceola, 6 p.m.
*Feb. 29 at Palm Bay, 6 p.m.
Softball
*Feb. 25 at Vero Beach, 7 p.m.
*Feb. 27 vs. Cocoa Beach,
7:15 p.m.
*Feb. 29 at Viera, 7:15 p.m.


Tennis (boys)
*Feb. 26 vs. Cocoa Beach, 4
p.m.
*Feb. 27 vs. Osceola, 4 p.m.
*Feb. 28 at Viera, 4 p.m.
Tennis (girls)
*Feb. 26 at Cocoa Beach, 4
p.m.
*Feb. 27 vs. Osceola, 4 p.m.
*Feb. 28 vs. Viera, 4 p.m.

Local colleges

Florida Tech
Golf (men
*March 2-4 Panther Invitation-
al, Duran Golf Club
Golf (women)
*Feb. 23-26 Lady Moc Classic,
Lakeland
Basketball (men)
*Feb. 23 at Eckerd College,
7:30 p.m.
*Feb. 27 vs. Nova Southeast-
ern, 7: 30 p.m.
*March 1 vs. St. Leo, 4 p.m.
Basketball (women)
*Feb. 23 at Eckerd College, 2
p.m.
*Feb. 27 vs. Nova Southeast-
ern, 5:30 p.m.
*March 1 vs. St. Leo, 2 p.m.
Tennis (men)
*Feb. 23 vs. St. Leo, 12:30 p.m.
*Feb. 27 vs. Puerto Rico-
Mayaguez, 2 p.m.
*Feb. 29 vs. Flagler, 2 p.m.
Tennis (women)
*Feb. 23 vs. Saint Leo, 12:30
p.m.
*Feb. 25 at Barry, 3 p.m.
*Feb. 27 vs. Puerto Rico-
Mayaguez, 2 p.m.
Brevard Community College
Baseball
*Feb. 22 vs. Santa Fe CC, 3
p.m.
*Feb. 23 vs. Central Florida CC
(DH), noon
*Feb. 27 vs. Hillsborough CC, 6
p.m.


Softball
*Feb. 23 vs. Santa Fe CC, 1
p.m.
*Feb. 27 vs. Seminole CC, 5
p.m.
*March 1 at Florida CC, 1 p.m.
Golf (men)
March 3-4 Florida Tech Pan-
ther Invitational, Duran G.C.,
TBA
Basketball (men)
*Feb. 25 -26 FCCAA playoffs,
TBA
Basketball (women)
*Feb. 23 vs. Hillsborough CC, 2
p.m.

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The Harlem Ambassadors, a
Colorado-based traveling bas-
ketball team, will play the Bre-
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Clemente Center on the campus
of Florida Tech.
Tickets are $5 in advance of
the show, $7 at the door.
Proceeds will benefit Bridges,
a Brevard organization that pro-
vides advocacy services to chil-
dren and adults with disabilities.
For information, call (321) 690-
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The 2008 MIMA
Foundation/USTA Pro Tennis
Classic will be May 4-11 at the
Kiwi Tennis Club in Indian Har-
bour Beach.
Admission is free May 4-8.
Tickets for quarterfinal, semifinal
and final matches are available.
For information, call (321) 698-
0888.

Ball kids tryouts

Open tryouts for ball kids for
2008 MIMA Foundation/USTA
Pro Tennis Classic will be feb. 24
at the Kiwi Tennis Club in Indian
Harbor Beach.
Participants must wear tennis
shoes and know how to keep


score.
The ball kids help keep the
flow of the match by retrieving
balls and assisting players on
the court.
hey also make sure players
have towels and shade during
the changeovers.
For information, call (321)
591-0458.

Junior golf

The Kevin Perkins Golf Acad-
emy will have an after- school
junior golf program each Tues-
day through March 18 at
Baytree National Golf Links in
Melbourne,
The series of one-hour ses-
sions is open to boys and girls
ages 7-14. Each session will
run from 4:30-5:30 p.m. and
include instruction on the full
swing, putting, chipping and
bunker play.
For information, call (321)
213-7044 or e-mail
.dkperkins4 @ cs. com.

Wuesthoff golf
tournament

The 25th Annual Dave Nisbet-
Wuesthoff Health System Foun-
dation Golf Tournament will be
May 16-17.
The host courses for the
event will be Rockledge Coun-
try Club and Suntree Country
Club.
Players can choose- two days
of stroke play competition or
scramble events, along with
pre-tournament activities and a
Friday night dinner with a live
and a silent auction.
Golf tournament events will
conclude Saturday evening with
a cocktail party and awards cer-
emony.
Proceeds form this year's
tournament will benefit the
Wuesthoff for Women Breast
Initiative to purchase advanced
technology for the detection of
breast cancer.
For information, call (321)
637-2606.


Gymnasts shine in national competition


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS


The Harbor City gymnastics team
opened its 2008 season Jan. 25-27 at
the Hilton Head Invitational in Hilton
Head, S.C.
Allyssa Brennan, 17, of Palm Bay led
the way at Level 10 with a first place on
the floor exercises and a third-place
showing in the bars, beam and vault to
finish second in the all-around cate-
gory.
At Level 9, Zoey Guitierrez, 15, of
Vero Beach finished second on the
bars and fifth in the floor exercise.
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led the Level 8 competition to a fifth-
place team finish with a first in the all-
around, a first in the vault, beams and
bars, and a third in the floor exercise.
Twelve-year-old Emily Beck of Rock-
ledge chipped in at Level 8 with a fifth-
place in the bars and a sixth all-
around.
The Level 7 team finished fifth out of
22 teams thanks to first-place per-
formances from Christina McCauley,
13, of Merritt Island in the all-around;
Lindsey Underhill, 13, of Melbourne
on the beam; and Ashleigh Hilde, 14,
of Merritt Island also on the beam.
Sophie Simmons, 13, of Cocoa Beach


posted a second in the beam to push
her team to the high finish.
Fueled by three first-place showings
and a second, the Harbor City crew
took second place as a team in the
Prep Optionals portion of the pro-
gram.
Kelsey Cumella, 9, of, Melbourne
won the all-around; Ruby Oates, 10, of
Merritt Island was tops in the floor
exercise; Samantha Olsen, 12, of Mer-
ritt Island took the vault and bars, as
Kaitlin Kitta pulled a second place on
the vault and beam.
For information, call (321) 242-3310
or visit www.harborcitygym.com.


Melbourne
From page B6


*Pedro Chavos, freshman,
catcher, second base
*Dave Johannesson,
sophomore, catcher
*Logan Thomas, senior,
pitcher/short stop
*Billy Bogan, senior, out-
field
*Andy Esposito, junior,
outfield
*Joey Hamilton, senior,
catcher
-Andrew Malavasic, sen-
ior, first base
-Billy Hatt, junior, out-
field
*Greg Facciobene, junior,
pitcher/third base
*Chris Duguay, senior,
pitcher


*Matte Kelley, senior,
short stop/second base
*Jackson Harris, junior,
outfield
*Jae Hasselberger, senior,
pitcher

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*Feb. 25 at Bayside
eFeb. 27 vs. Vero Beach (D)
*Feb. 29 at Gateway (D)
*March 3 at Rockledge
*March 5 vs. Palm Bay (D)
*March 7 at Osceola (D)
*March 13 at Space Coast
*March 14 at Eau Gallie


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*March 20 vs. Cocoa
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*March 24 at Viera
*March 26 vs. Gateway (D)
*March 28 at Palm Bay (D)
*April 2 at Astronaut
*April 3 vs. Satellite
*April 4 vs. Deerfield
Beach
*April 8 at MCC
*April 14 vs. Merritt Island
*April 16 at Cocoa
*April 17 vs. Titusville
*April 21-25 Class 6A, Dis-
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2 CRYPTS at Fountain-
head Memorial Park,
Palm Bay. Exterior of the
Chapel of Peace, Heaven
Level (6th). Asking
$7500obo. 321-768-6190
2 NICHES Fountain-
head Chapel of Peace.
Interior side by side. 2nd
level bronze lettering. 2
openings & closings. Val-
ued at $6770, asking
$4700. 321-725-0890
CEMETERY LOTS, 2
Fountainhead Palm Bay.
You name price and see
if I agree. 321-725-5372
Florida Memorial, (2)
lots, side by side, Serenity
Gardens. Value $5190-
asking $3990. They abut
Christ blessing children
icon. 321-676-2039
Fountainhead Memorial
Park Palm Bay. Burial
Plot. Complete package
including casket. $9,000.
718-539-0380



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nancially Secure family
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or Real Estate. IRS Tax
Deductible. Free Pick-
up /Tow. Any Model/
Condition. Help Under-
privilegedd Children.
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1-800-693-7911
HIGHEST PRICES PAID
on Broken Gold, Jewelry.
Now Buying: electronics, ,
DVD's, musical instru-
ments, tools, + more.
Hawk Pawn & Jewelry -
Melbourne 321-242-3456
OLD GUITARS WANT-
ED! Fender, Gibson,
Gretsch, Martin, 1930s
thru 1970s. TOP CASH
PAID! 1-800-401-0440
OLD GUITARS WANT-
EDI Fender, Gibson,
Gretsch, Martin, D'Angeli-
co, Stromberg, Ricken-
backer, and Mosrite. Gib-
son Mandolins/ Banjos.
1930s thru 1.960s. TOP
CASH PAID! These
brands only please.
1-800-401-0440
WANTED
OLD COINS 1964 & old-
er. $.50,$.25,$.10. Silver
dollars 1935 & older.
Also buying gold & cur-
rency. Private collector,
I make house calls.
314-578-3302 (IR)


WANTED: Baby/Toddler
clothing & furniture. Gen-
tly used. Will come to
you! Call 321-223-7587







MU$T
$ELL
WIDOWER selling large
& excellent collection.
includes Beleek, Royal,
Dalton china, Waterford
crystal, glassware, silver,
serving pieces, Irish
linens, grandmothers
clock & more.
772-770-3099 539-2385


KENMORE STACK
washer and dryer. Barely
used. Cost $900, will take
$695 772-299-6971



AB LUNGER, like new
w/ instructions & video,
$45 obo, call
321-474-6339, So. Brev.
AIR CONDITIONING
window unit, 4000 btu,
hot point, grt cond, $20
call 321-773-4691,S. Br.
AIR MATTRESS- Cole-
man, w/pump, $30; Col-
lector plates, $20, call
321-254-8001, So. Brev.
AQUATIC Command
Center- Rescue Heroes,
$25, 321-777-2995
BARBECUE PIT, 3 ft,
$15; Mens shirts $1
each, call 321-984-3392,
So. Brev.
BED,,BUNK- Twin Over
Twin, White Metal, Excel-
lent Condition, $125,
321-684-1029 SoBrev
BED, BUNK- Twin over
twin, white, metal,
$125obo, 321-253-1125
BED, DAY- Black wood,
inc. mattress/tundle, $75,
Pool door glass insert w/
frame $25, 321-446-1540
BED, KING, boxspring &
mattress, frame, sheets &
comforter,excellent cond.,
$200. 321-779-4866
BED, KING- with Latex
Mattress complete, good
cond $100, 321-633-1099
BED, TWIN- w/Mattress,
Solid Oak, $75, AM/FM
Radio w/CD Player,, Jen-
sen, $75, 3?1-779-3129
BED- Mattress & Box
Spring, Good Condition,
Queen size, $125, & Full
size, $70, 321-751-2440
BICYCLE- TREK 720,
Touring Bicycle, with rear
rack, Extra set of wheels,
$175, 321-724-8263
BIKE TRAILER, InStep
Quick 'N Easy, Foldable,
for up to 2 kids, $70, call
321-480-7215, So. Brev.


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BIKE, 26" mens Schwinn
CruiserSS, sgle spd, blue,
3 metal baskets,Pd. $230
-sell $125. 321-480-3844
BIKES, Mens 28", Ladies
26", $75 for both, Carpet
Shampooer, Bissell Pro
Heat $100, 321-749-2240
BOWFLEX- Power Pro
with Leg Attachment &
Manual, $200 obo,
321-951-9092 SoBrev
BREAD MAKER, Mr.
Coffee, $15; Juicer,
Hamilton Beach, $15, call
321-676-0079, So. Brev.
CABINET, CHINA- Wal-
nut color, Good Condi-
tion, $50, 321-759-1056
CAR COVER- Used on
Buick Park Ave, $20, (2)
Car ramps, 4.5ton ca-
pacity $10, 321-733-4543
CARRIAGE, 3 wheels / 3
breaks, cover, stor., 1st
class, $50; Anchor, 28"H
$50/obo. 321-953-0177
CEILING LIGHT, hang-
ing, for kitchen/dining
room, stained glass de-
sign, $25. 321-751-6171
CHAIR, Rocking- Maple,
Solid wood, Like new,
$50, Cedar lined trunk,
black, $40, 321-757-0797
CHINA CABINET, good
condition, walnut, 48"W,
$125; Kenmore dryer, $25
321-723-6616 S. Brevard
COFFEE MAKER; heat-
er; fan; iron toaster; $10
each or less. Call
321-773-0814 S. Brevard
COFFEE TABLE- walnut
w/ 4 glass inserts, claw
feet, ex cond, $50, call
321-255-9687, So. Brev.
COMPRESSOR, AIR-
Coleman, 11 Gallons,
with All Accessories,
$150firm, 321-255-3194
COMPUTER DESK, DVD
storage, file & keyboard
drawers, excellent cond
$65 321-724-5347
COMPUTER, SONY-
with Microsoft XP, $150,
321-727-0687 SoBrev
COUCH & LOVESEAT
cream w/floral design &
wood trim, $200, call
321-768-1918, So. Brev.
COUCH, LEATHER- Tan
in color, seats 3 people,
good condition, $125obo,
321-752-7417
COUCH, Recliner- $85,
Stove, Whirlpool, $75,
321-750-9078 SoBrev
COUNTER TOP, SOLID
surface, new, green
speckled, 60-40 sink,
$199, call 321-255-3882
CRIB/ BED combo &
changing table, wd/ mat
pd & baskets, $150, call
321-984-1696, So. Brev.
CUSTOM DRAPERY,
cream & merlot, new
$1300 sell for $200, call
321-752-4753, So. Brev.
DESK, 3 drawers w/lamp
gray/white formica, $115,
TV stand, wall mount,
swivel $35, 321-254-3821
DESK, ROLLTOP- Oak,
48"Wx24"Dx46"H, $175,
321-254-4319 SoBrev
DESK, Unopened in Box,
$40, All in One Printer,
$35, 321-952-5608
DINETTE SET, round w/
5 chairs, $60 obo; House
lamps, $140 obo, call
321-768-0940, So. Brev.


DINETTE SET- Light col-
ored wood, 40" round ta-
ble, 4 cushioned chairs,
$175, 321-373-5695
DINING ROOM, large chi-
na cabinet, table & 4
chairs $200. Please call
321-777-2975 S. Brevard
DINNERWARE- Corele,
Apple Pattern, Service for
12, $40, 321-725-6097
DISH WASHER- Matag
Brand new, $100 obo,
call 321-242-8654, S. Br.
DISHWASHER $40, Ta-
ble Set w/4 chairs $25
321-779-4657
DISHWASHER, Ken-
more- Portable, White,
Like New, $149,
321-626-6245 SoBrev
DRILL PRESS- and 10"
Table Saw, Both for $75,
321-725-0761 SoBrev
DRYER, Digital heavy
duty white, excellent
working condition $199
321-506-9240
DRYER, GAS- Kenmore,
1 Year Old, Great Condi-
tion, $100, 321-960-5172
ELEC. CALCULATOR-
Sharp, prints, never
used, $10, call
321-751-0480, So. Brev.
ENLARGER, Beseler &
Daylab with accessories,
$125, 321-951-4623
ENTERTAINMENT CTR-
Large, Modern Corner
Unit, lots of CD & storage
space $50, 321-727-8060
EXERCISE Equipment-
Everlast, Treadmill, Row-
ing Machine, Punching
Bag, $175, 321-733-4813
EXERCISE GLIDER-
Tony Little Gazelle, w/
videos, $15, call
321-773-4883, So. Brev.
EXERCISE Rowing Ma-
chine, $100 Negotiable,
321-724-6342 SoBrev
FILING CABINETS- (2)
$30 each; Golf clubs,
woods & irons, $50all,
call 321-254-6025, S. Br.
FIREPLACE MANTELS,
all wood $200
321-259-0848
FREEZER- KENMORE
upright, 18.8 cft, works
grt, $125, call
321-757-5435, So. Brev.
GOLF. CLUB- Knight,
forged TI Driver, right
handed, $15, call
321-205-6368, So. Brev.
GOLF CLUBS- Set of
Clubs with Bag, $35,
321-255-1707 SoBrev
HEADBOARD, WICKER
white, for double, $25;
Stone coffee table, $35,
call 321-728-9173, S. Br.
HEADBOARD- Twin,
Maple Wood, with Verti-
cal Slats, Excellent Con-
dition, $50, 321-751-4713
HURRICANE Shutters -
2 Ig $25/ea. 6 sm $10/ea.
321- 956-9513 S. Brev.
JEEP LIBERTY- Push
Bar, Like New, For Jeep
Liberty or similar vehicle,
$150, 321-751-9075
KEYBOARD, Yamaha-
PSR-75, 100 tones,
songs, w/beginners instr
book, $60, 321-725-7848
LAVATORY- Stainless
Steel, Wall Mount w/
Glass Bowl, & Glass Top
sink, $180, 321-255-3928


LAWN MOWER, 6 hp,
$85; Grill w/ tank, $65 or
with out tank $40, call
321-956-3228, So. Brev.
LAWNMOWER, Crafts-
man- Self-Propelled, 22"
cut, 5.5HP, Exc. Cond,
$100, 321-724-1740
LEAF SPRING helpers
for pickup truck, still in
box, $45. 321-768-1906
So. Brevard
LOVE SEAT- absolutely
new, lovely, $199, call
321-253-9724, S. Brev.
LOVE SEAT- Tan, Leath-
er, Like New, $200,
321-777-4904 SoBrev
MATTRESS, TWIN- Sim-
mons, $20, Huffy Com-
pressor 20", 6 speed, yel-
low, $20, 321-631-5901
MIRROR- 20.5WX50"H,
Wood Frame, Perfect for
Entry Hall, $30,
321-777-4194 SoBrev
MONITOR, Compaq-
17", Flat Screen, $75, HP
Deskjet 3915 Printer,
New, $50, 321-427-3310
MOTOR- Small Block,
with Stand, From 92 Mus-
tang, needs Head Gas-
kets, $125, 321-750-8511
NORDIC TRACK-
CX925, Minimizes impact
on Knee Joints, like new,
$195, 321-431-8264
OAK TABLE- antique, 2
10" leafs, clawfeet, $200
call 321-724-2078, S. Br.
PET RAZOR- Oster, $12,
call 321-259-1948, S. Br.
POOL- ABOVE ground,
18 foot, $200, call
321-768-6016, So. Brev.
PRINTER, Photo- Epson,
Picture Mate Dash 260,
Includes Ink & Warranty,
$90, 321-242-5899
PUMP, Swimming Pool-
Flotex, lhp, $90, Lawn-
mower, Self-Propelled,
21", $55, 321-768-1554
RACK, POT- Portfoli,
Brushed Nickel, $148,
Kitchen Hutch Oak &
White $25, 321-266-2778
RADAR DETECTOR-
Laser, Escort Passport
8500, Cost $300, Asking
$125, 321-254-3885
RADIAL ARM SAW,
Craftsman $175; 1 bed
frame, full/qn/king $25.
321-773-9016 S. Brevard
RECLINER, Lazy Boy- 2,
Like New, $140,
321-720-9646
RECLINER,. Oversized-
with Back Vibrator, Misty
Green Color, $100,
321-426-4826 SoBrev
REFRIGERATOR, Ama-
na- White, Over & Under
Clean, Works Great,
$100, 321-302-2563
SAUSAGE & PASTA
maker, Reg. $85-sell for
$30; Walker, Reg. $95-
sell $25. 321-724-4854
SCANNER- HP Scanjet
4370, flat bed, $45, call
321-779-2664, So. Brev.
SOFA & LOVESEAT
navy blue leather, $200,
call 321-777-0806, S. Br.
SOFA & LOVESEAT,
blue, good condition,
comfortable, $200. Call
321-288-5547 S. Brevard
SOFA & Loveseat- Beige
gold floral design, with 2
wood, cocktail end ta-
bles, $195, 321-952-8766


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SOFA TABLE- Glass
Top, with a Dolphin De-
sign on Base, $65,
321-636-4685 SoBrev
SPEAKERS- 2 JBL 8
Ohms, 10-100 watt,
16"x7"x10", Exc. Condi-
tion, $95, 321-242-8165
SPORTS ILLUSTRATED
Collection, 1969 present
mint condition, $100.
321-728-5581 S. Brevard
STATIONARY BIKE-
Tunturi, $75, call
321-779-1022, So. Brev.
STOOLS, BAR- (2), 24",
Emerald Green, like new,
$25 each, 321-768-9934
STOVE, Gas- & Over
Stove Microwave, $70,
Moving boxes, various
sizes, $10, 321-213-0587
STOVES, Kenmore $75
& GE $60, Cream Color,
321-473-6543 SoBrev
SUIT CASE- Ig, new,
lined, 3 handles, $60, call
321-259-2853, So. Brev.
TABLE SAW, Delta, 10",
1.5hp motor, 49" outrip,
$200. 321-773-6456 S.
Brevard
TABLE SOLID pine,
Trestle, 6 chairs, dark
stain, $100, call
321-725-2883, So. Brev.
TABLE, Dining Room-
with Leaf, $50, Rocking
Chair, White, $40, Dress-
er, $50, 321-777-5080
TABLE, DINING- with 4
chairs, Thomasville, Solid
Oak, $175, 321-725-2631
TABLE, Dinner- with 4
Matching Chairs, $150,
Matching Nook Stools,
$50 both, 321-676-4593
TIRES- (2) radial, TA 215
to 16, ex cond, $50 both,
call 321-723-8642, S. Br.
TRAILER, Box- Enclosed
5'x4'x4', $75, GPS, Gar-
min Street Pilot C330,
New, $75, 301-367-5752
TUXEDO, CHILDS- size
5, complete set, $40,
Portable safe, Sentry
1170, $35, 321-773-7312
TV, Hitachi- Color, 32
inch, $195, 321-956-0020
TV, RCA- 36", in Beauti-
ful Wood Cabinet, Nice
Picture & Stereo Sound,
$199, 321-259-1361
TV, RCA- Color, 36",
Table Top, CRT w/ Re-
mote, $85, 407-733-5028
TV- 36", Has Minor Prob-
lem, Easily Fixed, FREE,
321-956-1787 SoBrev
VACUUM, CANNISTER,
Sears, like new, cost
$424, Sell for $135 obo,
call 321-777-4153, S. Br.
WASHER / DRYER -
Stackable. Frigidaire
white, Runs perfect. $200
call 321-482-6166, S. Br.
WATER BED- Full, blad-
der, boxspring, frame,
$199 obo, call
321-751-2706, So. Brev.


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pupl 1 male, CKC regis-
tered, 11 weeks, mom ,&
dad on premises. Ready
nowl 321-268-2808
ALTMANS WHITE ENG-
LISH Bull Dog puppies
Beautiful, registered. Old
time lines, 3 males ready
now. 863-381-7201
BLACK LAB, AKC, 11
months, male, FREE to
good home, needs room
to run! 321-723-2925
BOSTON TERRIER,
male, 3 years old, needs
fenced yard to exercise,
all shots, $200. Call
321-259-4709
CHIHUAHUA: Pups 2
males 8 weeks $200 ea.
772-770-9183 or
772-480-4707
CHIHUAHUAS 3 males 1
female. 7 weeks old.
Ready to go at 9 weeks.
Mix of long and short
hair. $300 772-879-7170
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Raised. Puppies Half
price. Breeding terms.
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321-733-7120, So. Brev.
WHEELCHAIR- Folda-
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ests, Tan leather uphols-
tery, $100, 321-952-9477




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Many colors, long & short
hair, Mates & females
CKC registered, shots,
health cert. $400-$600
561-386-8494
386-963-4932
Free to good home. Two
black labs, lyr old. Broth-
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possible. Grt w/children.
Call JC at 321-242-1556

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$1350. Still in boxes. Can
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321-508-0610
BEDROOM SET $475
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321-508-0610
Childs Bunkbed, wood,
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pillowtop mattress, box-
spring, ladder. Pd. $900-
sell $350. 321-631-7814
Dining Room Set, beau-
tiful carved Queen Anne,
7 pcs., 2 drawers, 2 14"
leaves, burnished brown,
pad inci'd., lovely! Must
see.$1750. 321-373-4702
DRAFTING TABLE-
$150; Row Boat, Alumi-
num with Anchor, $100.
321-773-9016
Kitchen Set- Glass TbI
(round) w/ 4 chairs &
hutch $400; 39x65 tile
table top & 4 chairs $250;
Sofa/ Loveseat & 5x8 rug
& 2 lamps $450. Wicker
set, white, 7 pc., glass
top&TV stand. Must see!
$500/all. 321-259-2233
LAZY BOY electric lift
chair recliner w/ heat.
Brand new, never used.
New $1500. Sell $999
321-452-1013
MASSAGE BED New
cond.,$775 for info see
www.ceragem.com
772-646-0535
MEMORY FOAM
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tress: Q-$399, K-$499.
Free Delivery. Warranty.
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STUFF TO
SELL?
Buying Costume
Jewelry, Watches,
Clocks, Sterling
Flatware,
Scrap Gold.
Top Dollar Paid.
Free In-Home
Service.
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AKC puppies, black/tan,
3m 3f. Born 1/21. All
shots, vet checked,
accepting dep. $500
772-370-2600
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good home, $200. Call
321-676-3282

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condition, $695/obo. Call
321-633-5021




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772-564-7844
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all papers, etc., never
used, $1100. Please call
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year old, Harley male, full
heath care with chip,
$500. 321-633-0720
KITTENS, Adorable- 6
weeks, 2 black, 2 gray, 1
light gold, FREE to good
home, 321-952-9155


POODLE PUPS TOY:
Male & female black,
brown, Cream & Apricot
Tiny pups. Shots. $300.
772-873-0929 or cell
772-285-3621

SHIH-TZU PUPPY Male,
Parents on premises. Will
sacrifice. $450.
772-429-5453
772-342-2151
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registered, health cert.
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LIFT CHAIR, electric.
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chair. $395 321-267-4833
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as $29/mo. Specials for
previous customers! 877-
751-3811; 321-751-3869
POOL, Above Ground,
18'x4', round, excellent
shape, $600 or best offer.
321-403-2591


SPA/HOT TUB must sell
MSRP $2499. New Nev-
er Used No Maint. Cabi-
net. Includes Cover. Will
Deliver. $1,999. Full War-
ranty. Call 866-920-7089
Stereoscopic zoom mi-
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430PHF-10 with trinocular
head, digital, video and
SLR camera adapters, in
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WATER PURIFIER,
whole house,Model 1054,
refines, softens, clarifies,
filters, $550/obo. Call
321-752-4040
WAVERUNNER-SeaDoo
GTI 3-seater, 85HP with
performance pipe, cover
& trailer $2900 best offer.
Must Sell. 321-288-4284
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MARION MUSIC
Pianos, Pianos, ETC.
Gibson, Martin Guitars &
more! Stack Plaza. We
buy. Call 321-727-3000

ORGAN LESSONS
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ORGAN-LOWREY
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Excellent condition.
$4000 obo 772-770-0091

YAMAHA PIANO &
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upright, exc. condition,
$1500. Call
321-508-7554


GUN SHOW
Melbourne
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625 E. Hibiscus Blvd.
(2 blocks West of US#1)
FEB 23 & 24
SAT 9-5 SUN 9-4
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RUGER Super Black
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S&W 686 4" Pachmayr
$350. Baretta 92 FS, as
new, $500. 321-258-0939
SURF BOARD, 9'0",
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Sat. & Sun., Feb. 23rd &
24th, 9-3. 10 Cheyenne
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Harbour Beach City Hall).
Household, toys, tools,
car audio equip. (new &
used), & much more!
MELBOURNE Genuine
Estate Sale of Scott
Brewer. FRI Feb 22 &
Sat Feb 23, 10am-4pm,
1740 Goldfinch Ct,
(Pinewood Village off
Parkway) Large fish tank
w/ custom stand, new
generator,1993 Chevy
Silverado Pickup,execise
equipment, racing bikes,
power tools, household
furnishings, glass, pottery
& much more!
MELBOURNE,Fri.,Sat., &
Sun., Feb. 22nd, 23rd &
24th, 8-4. 538 Sioux Ave-
nue, Croton to R on Fat-
zler, L on Sioux. MOV-
ING: BR & LR sets, shelv-
ing units, kitchen & dining
tables, Airedale puppies
& more.
RUMMAGE SALE Fri.,
Sat., & Sun., Feb. 29th,
March 1st & 2nd, 8-5. 919
Prosperity Place, Country
Woods Village, Rock-
ledge. Come See!


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As we continue our expansion, we are
looking for reporters in the communities
we serve throughout Brevard County.
College degree is required with at least 1
year of newspaper experience preferred.
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ble.
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Hometown News is an award-winning
community newspaper with 18 separate
editions from North Palm Beach through
Volusia County.

We are currently seeking Associate
Managing Editors for our offices located in
South Daytona and Melbourne.

Requirements include: Five years experi-
ence in newsroom management, layout/
design skills, experience with Quark
Xpress & pagination.
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job. Salary is based on experience. Bene-
fits include medical, dental, 401K.
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CDL DRIVERS Needed.
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ing No Exp. req'd Job
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is an award-winning
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Beach through Volusia
County.
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1 block to beach $599K
or lease for $1400/month
321-544-7424


FORT PIERCE Spanish
Lakes Fairways. 2/2/1
CBS Home, screen
sunroom. 1830 Sqft.
Across from clubhouse,
tennis, pool & fitness.
$127,500 772-468-3432


HANDYMAN SPECIAL
Inexpensive property.
Great deal for investors.
321-779-2274 Iv. messg.

HISTORIC HOME in
Daytona Beach! In his-
toric district, Looking at
Intercoastal, 3500sf, 2
fireplaces, 2 sunrooms,
5br/4ba, large lot. $695K
obo. 386-453-5464
www.426sobeach.info

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INDIALANTIC, FL
$40,000 below market
value, 1830 sqft/air, 3
years new beachside
pool/spa home. Must see!
$409,000 321-722-2768
INVESTORS
ROCKLEDGE: Cul de
Sac, 5br/2ba, 928 Geor-
gia Ave. Fixer Upper.
Selling for Payoff plus
closing costs: $128K or
take subject to.
MerrlttlslandMav(a.aol.com
or 321-591-6924
MUST SELL THIS
WEEK 2 BR CONDO
across from river $135K.
CANAL FRONT HOME
on deep water, $499,000.
Indian Harbour Beach
home remodeled $219K.
Oceanside Realty
321-951-7577
NE PALM BAY, spacious
2000sf, 3/2, 10'x18'bonus
room, quiet, safe neigh-
borhood, move-in cond.!
Some closing costs to
qualified buyer. $148,000
Call 321-722-0078
NW PALM BAY, 4/2/2,
quiet family area, totally
updated w/many energy
effic. upgrades. MLS#
476686. REDUCED TO
$175KI Call ERA Show-
case, Ruthann Hansen
321-749-3939
PALM BAY 3/212 newer
hm. Kitchen island, gar-
den tub, security sys., low
mortgage payment,
$139,000. All Florida
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PALM BAY Bayside
Lakes Area, 3bdrm/2ba.
Built in '05. 2200 sf. Open
split plan, priced to sell
$169,900. 772-532-5177
PALM BAY No $ Down.
New house 4BR/2BA:
Rent to own, $1000/rent.
+ $200 sale payment.
Call 949-437-0480
PALM BAY 3/2/2, built-
in wall unit, ceramic tile,
BR's w/new carpet, fresh
paint in/out, over-sized
detached gar. w/cont.
driveway, fenced yard,
sprinkler system, shed.
$205,000. 321-508-4128
PALM BAY 3/2/2.5 + den
poss. 4BR/3BA, 1 acre,
oak trees,fenced,ig shed,
inground pool, sprinkler
system, metal roof, wrap-
around porch w/11 pillars,
Gorell Cat 5 windows,
1889sf, apple's. $319K.
Call Maria 321-271-7531
See photo online at:
www.HometownNewsClass
Ifleds.com Ad# 50478
PALM BAY NE 3/1 rent
to own, pets okay, move
in today $800/mth Satel-
lite Beach 4/2 Corner
w/pool great Schools
$289,9K Indialantic 4/3
Oceanside Village Pool,
Pond, cul de sac $575K
Broad RE 321.258.5916
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PALM CITY 3/3/2
Cobblestone 1/2 acre
corner lot, lake & golf
view, screened pool,
Jacuzzi, vaulted ceilings
no membership rqd.
$459,000 FSBO/agent
Call Pat 561-876-1885
PORT ST LUCIE beauti-
ful homes starting
$130,000 with great fea-
tures. Almost new, bank
owned. Great financing
available. Call Diane at
M&D Realty.
561-313-5387
www.manddrealty.com

ROCKLEDGE
Chelsea Park 5/4 -
$419,900
PALM BAY
4/2 $239,900
TITUSVILLE
Windover Farms 4/3 -
$249,900
Hickory Hills 4/2 -
$184,900
Gene Hartigan, Coquina
Reef Realty
321-501-8565

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SEBASTIAN- River Land
ings 3/2/2 Designer
home w/tile thru-out, ss
appls, fans, granite
window treatments,
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772-480-3950 see photo
online @ www.
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MINT
SOUTH DAYTONA-
DEEP WATER CANAL
WITH POOL! Beautiful
river views 138 Belle-
wood Ave, 3br/2ba, large
office with separate en-
trance, 2-car garage,
large yard. REDUCED
$145K NOW $579K
FIRM 386-547-4783 see
photos online ad #50471 at
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STUART YACHT & CC
3br/2ba/2+cg, Open floor
plan pool home. Large
Great room, Florida rm &
large scr patio $349,500
772-287-0834 or
772-485-2750
TITUSVILLE Executive
5bd/3ba/2 car + new RV/
boat gar. 18'x52', 3637sf,
1 acre, sauna, apples in
exclusive upscale area,
$499,000, owner financ-
ing avail. 321-269-5913
VERO BEACH Pinetree
Park. Brick fireplace,
2br/2ba/den, scr patio,
X-Irg lot, oak trees,
$149,000 poss. Jensen
Bch trade 772-299-4490
VERO BEACH: Trillium,
New 3/2/2, 1650sf., Gate-
d, w/Clubhouse, Pool &
Lawncare. Near Mall.
3169 Ashford Sq.
$215,000 or Rent furn.
$1400/mo 772-834-9097




DEVELOPERS CLOSE
OUTIII Owner Financing
New Villas 5.5% APR
with approved credit
$823.29/MT $6,000.00
Down includes closing
cost 30yr amortizing with
3yr balloon Realty King
John Broker/Owner
7 7 2 5 8 9 3 0 5 4
jking@realtyking.com


FORT PIERCE Gator
Trace. End unit on 7th
tee. 2br/2ba/lcg. Vaulted
ceilings, walk-ins,double
shower, new decor, new
appl., $164,000
772-489-3154
INDIAN HARBOUR Bch
Large 2 story newly reno-
vated beachside twnhse,
walk to beach & Gleason
Park pool, 2BR/2.5BA
fenced, patio, tile & new
appl's. $139K,rent to own
$800/mo. 772-453-9595




VILL
2BRIGROUN
This easy-to-care-
for Condo is set
fabulous shopping
& restaurants.
$145,000


724-2300





Merritt Island, Great
Deal! Rent or Buy, 2/3/2
w/ yard in $149,000 Gail
Hoffman, Vince Keenan
Realtors 321-501-4067
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FELLSMERE 3 adjacent
10+/- AC parcels. 1200+
ft on lateral U Canal. 3
ponds, 2 site pads, flow
wells, out building, marl
roads & drainage.
$599,000 772-828-8109
KENTUCKY
*3 acres w/pond $24,900
*35 acres riverfront $99K
*100 acres $125,000.
*1500 acres hunters
paradise, incredible tro-
phy deer & turkey hunt-
ing, $1895/acre. Great
investments!
1-270-791-2538
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NORTH CAROLINA
MOUNTAINS
New log cabin shell on 2
wooded acres only
$99,900. FREE BRO-
CHURE of Mountain &
Riverfront acreage. E-Z
Financing. For free info
1-828-652-8700


PALM BAY, .38 acre,
buildable residential lot in
Lockmar Estates, close to
shopping, schools & 195,
$65,000. 954-471-4179
Motivated Seller!
PALM CITY- 1/2 acre
Cobblestone, On lake &
golf green, high/dry with
existing building pad.
$194,000 FSBO/agent
Pat 561-876-1885
PORT ST LUCIE near 95
& St. James golf course
2 acre lots. Water & sew-
er Paved roads. Can be
divided. Reduced to
$209,000 561-239-9216




PORT ST LUCIE. Sand-
piper Bay. Estate size lot.
1/2 plus acre. Full serv-
iced. Golf community.
Great neighborhood.
561-213-4133
SEBASTIAN standard lot
city water & sewer. High
& dry. Great location 457
Englar Dr. Must sell.
Paid $75K. Asking
$54,900 248-802-2325
VERO BEACH 4.6 acres.
Next to the Farms.
Upscale deed restricted
subdivision. Paved roads,
cleared. NOW $199,000
772-538-4214




CANAVERAL GROVES,
2/1 singlewide mobile
home on acre. Move in
condition. $79,000 Paul
Hayhurst Re/Max Aero-
space RE 321-432-5018
COCOA, Canaveral
Groves area, 2/1, 964 sf,
fenced, big rooms, central
AC, all apple's. included.
Must see! $10,000. Call
321-693-9674
COCOA, QUAINT, quiet
55+, 2004 Nobility 3BR/ 2
BAcarport, screen porch,
attached shed, all new
appl's incl., lived in 2 yrs.,
$56,000 321-639-4135

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Melbourne Log Cabin,
1/1 beautiful river view,
wood interior, hardwood
floors, excellent condition.
55+ park, $16,000, lot
rent $325 321-752-5260


MELBOURNE 55+ park
double-wide, completely
furnished, 3 TV's, price
reduced, $39,500
321-984-9491, 727-3446
MELBOURNE BEACH.
Ocean/river access, 2/2
doublewide,55+,enclosed
patio, new AC, hurricane
panels, new roof, etc.
$65,000. 321-723-8422
MELBOURNE, 55+ gated
park,Ameri-Cana Resorts,
park model w/Fla. room,
exc. cond.,1/1, furn. w/lot,
W/D, close to shopping,
$49,000. 321-259-4723
MELBOURNE, 55+ park,
Palm Harbor, doublewide,
2/2, eat-in kitchen, new
air/heat, carport, porch,
shed, clubhouse, pool,
$27,000. 321-951-8785
MELBOURNE, VILLAGE
GLEN, 55+, 1 BR/1 BA,
large, comm. pool & club-
house, shed, good cond.,
L- shaped, move in ready!
$10,000. 321-952-6973
Own Your Own Land
MICCO 2br/2ba, Open
floor plan, new remodel,
cabinets galore, many
extras, price reduced to
$110,000 772-664-8551
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 Brochures.
800-622-2832
PORT SAINT LUCIE
Spanish Lakes, Clean &
furnished, 2br/1.5 ba, pet
section. Serious inquiries
only! $14,000obo
772-879-9935 evenings
PORT ST. Lucie Big
dblw, 55+ Spanish Lakes
1. Updated, Bar, fplc Fl
room, carport. Quick
sale was $47,000 Now
$35,000. 772-812-5064

SEBASTIAN 55+ 2005
16x52 2-br/2-ba fully
furnished. Must sell.
$18,500/obo w/ or without
furnishings. Whispering
Palms comm, avail
3/1/08 by appointment
only 772-766-3550
STAURT Pinelake
Gardens 55+ 3/br/2ba,
'05, 1492 sq. feet.
Doublewide on Preserve,
Irge kit, fl room tiled & a/c
$94,500 772-223-1744
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Countryside 2/2 shed car-
port, gated comm. Club-
house, Swimming pool,
tennis, spa. Corner lot
$9900/obo. Call Mike
772-562-0385


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Mtn views. Heated pool.
Home w/5 AC $535,000
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RE Specialists Cell
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423-639-7162
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Discounted rates
available now. Call
Foscoe Rentals
1-800-723-7341 or view
units online at
www.foscoerentals.com
ORLANDO, MARRIOTT
HORIZONS, near Sea
World. One week time-
share for sale, $14,000 or
best offer. Exchangeable
dates and locations
through Interval Interna-
tional. Call Karen at
321-806-0002
SKIING IN NEW HAMP-
SHIREI One week time-
share for sale. Crotched
Mountain Spa Resort,
$12,000 or best offer.
Exchangeable dates and
locations through RCI.
Call Karen 321-806-0002




FORT PIERCE
WAREHOUSE for sale,
2700 sqft, w/ 4 overhead
doors, 1 ac of parking, in
the heart of Fort Pierce.
One block US1 & Dick-
son Drive. $699,000.
772-521-5111
Melbourne, M1 Zoning,
1500 sqft $169K, 3,000
sqft $299K, 4500 sqft
$468K Premier Properties
of Brevard Inc. Robert J
Lukow. 321-749-1100
robertlukow@hotmail.com

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Bay Rd on 1/2acre lot-
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MELBOURNE BCH Kick
back pool home, 1 blk to
ocean, 5 blks to town, full
amenities, W/D, large
fenced yard, $400/mo. +
1/3 utilities. 321-431-1536
MELBOURNE, W., share
new screen pool home,
beautiful 4 BR/3 BA w/
priv. BA, house privileges,
huge yard, $550/mo. +
1/2 elec. 321-728-9389
MELBOURNE-Lake
Washington & Wickham
area,share 3BR/2 BA fully
furnished private home,
$550/mo. includes cable
&all utilities.321-610-0025
SATELLITE BEACH, (2)
roommates for canal front
private pool home, 3000+
sq.ft. (600 & 500), internet
access, 1/4 util's., dock
space avail 321-777-6311
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SEBASTIAN 1 bdrm
bath, Private entrance,
Kitchen privileges,
$150/wk, Please call after
5:30 pm 772-589-8027 or
cell 772-713-6845
SHARE A HOME! Lady
to share lovely private fur-
nished home in Pineda
Cswy. area & Wickham
Rd. shops. BR, study, full
BA, Ig. kitchen, pretty en-
closed patio, pond, all util-
ities, garage, $750/mo.
321-253-9752 Lv. msg.
SUNTREE ROOM, clean
quiet professional, fully
furnished, queen bed, TV,
$500/mo. includes every-
thing, internet & cable.
Call Tony 904-377-2426

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Melbourne. Starting at
$553-$649 321-255-9961
DAYTONA BEACH- Riv-
erfront condo near Belair
Plaza, clean & quiet
2bd/2ba, 2nd fl, balcony
w/riverview. Ceiling fans,
ice maker, microwave,
water, cable, pest incl.
Riverside Condos 3
pools, 2 docks, no pets.
$750/mo Move in special
3 8 6 2 9 5 9 1 8 2
www.jmhpartners.net/condo
FORT PIERCE South
Beach Large lbr + den
(can be 2nd br). All apple.
incl. w/d. Small pet ok
$875/mo. 772-812-4363
or 772-370-7212
INDIALANTIC Nice 2
bedroom, garage, wash-
er/dryer, 1/2 block to
beach, park, shopping.
Please call for more infor-
mation. 321-725-2353
INDIALANTIC Palm
Colony Club, near beach.
2BR/2BA, 1st floor. Un-
furnished. Pool & tennis.
$800/mo. 201-264-5008
INDIALANTIC 3BR/ 2BA,
or 3rd BR can be office
10x14. Corner Unit. A1A,
across to beach. Short/
long term lease, 3mo/min.
$1100/ mo. Encl. balcony.
W/D Furnished & new
paint. Clubhouse, tennis,
exerc. room, pool, bingo
321-727-3866; 298-2111
INDIALANTIC 3BR/ 2BA,
or 3rd BR can be office
10x14. Corner Unit. AIA,
across to beach. Short/
long term lease, 3mo/min.
$1200/ mo. Encl. balcony.
W/D Furnished & new
paint. Clubhouse, tennis,
exerc. room, pool, bingo
321-727-3866; 298-2111
INDIALANTIC, LARGE 1
BR/1 BA, 2nd floor, cable,
fitness center, pool, mi-
crowave, walk to beach,
$700/mo. 321-779-3151


INDIAN HARBOUR BCH
2BR, furnished. 1Block to
bch. W/D. Pool, tennis
courts. Includes cable,
water, sewer, trash. No
smoking/no pets. Long
term: $850/mo Seasonal:
$1200/mo. 321-795-0013
MELBOURNE APART-
MENT, Eau Gallie area.
Small, furnished, $500
month. Clean, quiet. No
pets. Drug free environ-
ment. Call 321-254-4229
MELBOURNE APART-
MENTS. Close to Holmes
Regional Nice location/
area 1BR $550, 2BR
$700. 407-929-0284 or
321-704-7188
MELBOURNE Condo 2/1
newly renovated kitchen/
bath, new appis, hard-
wood floors $700/mo plus
1 month sec. & deposit.
407-791-3746
MELBOURNE, Historic
Downtown. Large 2BR
Apt,W/D on site. Fresh
paint, hardwood or carpet
floors $750/mo Also
efficiency/office available
$475/mo. 321-749-4900
PALM BAY, Country Gar-
den, 2/2, tile throughout,
all appl's incl. W/D, pools,
close to shopping, fresh
paint, $699/month incl's
water. 305-338-0746


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PORT ST. JOHN, 2/2
condo in Sunrise Landing,
on river, pool, tennis,
W/D, $850/mo. w/ 1 year
lease. Avail. March 1st.
321-383-1711or 480-8258
ROSELAND IR County,
2/2/1, Quiet dead end rd.
Full kit & living area, big
yard & shed $750mo FLS
772-473-8793
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 Re-
strictions). 925 Pelican
Isles Cir. 772-581-4440
SEBASTIAN
Reflections 2-BR/2-BA
Dock, pool, tennis, cable,
carport. $850/mo
772-589-3531
SUNTREE, 1st floor Con-
do in Cyprus Cove, 1 BR
upgraded, W/D luxury
complex. Asking $875/
mo. 321-254-5567
TITUSVILLE, Waterfront,
fully furnished, 2BR, den,
2BA. Pool, water, trash &
cable included. No Pets.
$750/mo. Available im-
mediatley 321-269-9018 -
VERO BEACH. 2BR
(partially furn.), near Mira-
cle Mile Plaza. $695/mo.
1BR (furn. or unfurn.)
$595/mo. & 3BR Lake-
wood Park home
$1000/mos. Rennick
Realtors 562-5015 or
696-4670
VERO BEACH. Laguna
2/1. Gated. 5 minutes to
beach. $900. Also for
sale for $139,900 Call
1-866-551-8114, or
305-322-2475.
VERO BEACH: Vista
Gardens, 55+ lbr/1.5ba,
2nd floor. Golf, Pool,
Clubhouse. Cable TV
incl. No pets or trucks.
$575/mo 508-505-7425


COCOA, 3/2 4105 Juani-
ta Street. Non smoking,
small pet ok, great loca-
tion $950/month
321-544-7424
LAKEWOOD PARK.
3BR home with
workroom/shop on large
lot at end of cul-de-sac.
Avail now for $1000/mo
Rennick Realtors
562-5015 or 696-4670
MALABAR, VILKARIA
1BR efficiency w/ utilities
included. Quiet, good
area, on 1 acre property.
1st & sec. $500/mo
321-674-1943
MELBOURNE 3BR/2BA
2 Car Garage on lake.
Screened porch, clean,
available now! $1050/mo.
+ $1500 security. Call for
info 954-540-7097
MELBOURNE Sarno E.
of Croton. 2/2+den, appis
Fl. rm for smokers, car-
port, yard, no deposit. Sm
pets only. Central ac/heat
$675/mo. 321-223-8655
MELBOURNE 3/2/1, rec
room, nice neighborhood,
new kitchen. $1095/mo
MERRITT ISLAND, 4/2/2
new home, spa
$1195/mo 407-461-8316


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MELBOURNE, 1 BR,
Plummers Circle. Eat-in
kitchen, $600/month incl.
electric/water, Section 8
welcome, ref's req'd., 1
mo.+ sec. 321-723-8242
MELBOURNE, 3/3/2 pa-
tio home on cul-de-sac,
fireplace, community
pool, close to schools.
$1250/mo. Call for infor-
mation 321-961-7195
MELBOURNE, HISTOR-
IC EAU GALLIE district,
lbr/1lba cottage, fenced
yard, pets upon approval,
$550/mo. 321-243-8115
Melbourne, Misty Way,
newer 3/2/2, nice neigh-
borhood, W/D, comm.
pool & tennis, no pets or
smoking,$1200/mo.+ dep.
Consider seasonal rental.
321-242-9599

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MELBOURNE, Olde Eau PALM BAY ALL AREAS PALM BAY 2 BR, 2 BA
Gallie, nice 2/1, den, 2, 3, & 4br's. TH's, du- & 2 Car Garage. Nice lo-
screened porch, non plexes & houses. Start @ cation $750 + security, no
smoking, no pets, $875/ $600/mo up to $2460/mo. pets. 516-819-0623
month 321-506-4484 Avail NOWI Woodlake
N. MELBOURNE ool Realty,lnc. 321-723-8700 PALM BAY, 3 BR/2 full
N. MELBOURNE poolBA's, gated community,
home, Greystone sub. off PALM BAY SE, 4/2/2, pool,enclosed scrn porch,
Post Rd., 4/2, all apple's, partially fenced yard, tiled 1 year lease, $900/month.
lawn & pool service in- kitchen/ foyer/living room, First/last + security. Credit
ci'd., $1400/mo. + $1200 pet possible, $950/month. check. 321-750-9298
sec. No smoking /pets. Also 3/2/2 2000 sqft
Avail. now! 321-446-2192 house $1000/mo. Lease PORT ST LUCIE: New
N. MELBOURNE 3 BR/2 to own option available. 4br/2ba/2cg, Key West
BA, garage, newly remod- 321-574-0310 Style, Cath ceilings, Tile
eled, large yard, water PALM BAY, 2 Weeks & Berber thru out. Great
included, no smoking, Free! Brand new Homes! location. $1300/mo
$875 per month plus de- $800 -$1200 mo. All 561-282-8404
posit. 321-698-2939 areas 3/2/2 w/ upgrades. SATELLITE BEACH
N. MERRITT ISLAND, 1200 sq. ft. Call for more 4BR Pool Home, 2400sf.
3/2, 1 acre, quiet subdivi- details. Gore Realty Terazzo floors, pets ok.
sion, minutes from Space 321-952-7257 704-1104 $1300/mo.
Center, $1200/month in- Call Classified 321-951-7577Oceanside Realty
cludes lawn service. 321-242-0442 321-951-7577
248-361-2592 SATELLITE BEACH
properties, rent, L/O or
C w downer finance at 5%.

-new carpet, paint, tile,
beachpark, pool. $800/mo
$129,900; Nicely updated
house 5BR 2.5BA w/ in-
law suite. 3,000 sqft un-
404 0 der roof $1400/mo;
VUHIIIIl4h 0 r4iU l U$229K 321-960-4803
O SATELLITE BEACH, 4/2,
4 *0 1 car garage, fenced, all
i appl's, huge screen room,

pyrighted aterialLease option considered.
C t t SEBASTIAN 3bd/2ba
indicted Content 2cg, 462 Lloyd St. unfurn

* Central a/c. scrn porch,
C New house in quiet
Commercial News rovi neighborhood. No pets,
non-smoker. Avail March


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'08 $1000/mo. lease. Call
Jim 772-321-4158
SEBASTIAN- I don't live
in a dump or expect you
to. 3/2/1 screened porch
$900/mo. Includes lawn
care. Live in a place you
can be proud of. Call
772-299-0066 or cell
772-532-5722


SUNTREE Pool Villa,
3/2/2, gated community
across from Suntree
Country Club. Pool main-
tenance & lawn care Incl.
$1000/mo Higgins Realty
Assoc. 321-543-5028
TITUSVILLE Executive
5bd/3ba/2 car + new RV/
boat gar. 18'x52', 3637sf,
1 acre, sauna, appls., in
exclusive area, rent w/op-
tion to buy. $1500/mo. or
$2500/mo. furnished.
Refs req'd. 321-269-5913
VERO BEACH 3/2/2,
shed, fenced yard & fire-
place, unfurn. 1,200/mo
furnished $1,400/mo.
Call 561-202-4607 or
561-715-3980'
VERO BEACH 3/3/2
+den, Castaway Cove,
walk to beach, pool, spa,
fireplace, immaculate.
$2350/mo 786-210-3563
VERO BEACH: 2/1
newly remodeled. Quiet
neighborhood, tiled bdr,
ceiling fans, close to
shopping $625/mo. +
$400 sec. 954-927-5051
VERO BEACH: 2/1, qui-
et neighborhood, freshly
painted & clean, all ap-
plicances $750/mo F/L/S
425 12th St. SW Dixie
Heights 772-567-3399




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W MELBOURNE 3/2/2
split home. Near A-rated
schls. Desirable nghbrhd.
Walk to park. Fenced
yard. $995/mo incl'ds
lawn care. 321-253-9166
W. MELBOURNE -
4BR/2BA/1 Car Garage.
Fenced in yard. All new
tile & appl's. 3309 Eliza-
beth St. (Near mall)
$950/mo. 321-724-0790

W. MELBOURNE Nice
3/2/1 w/screened porch &
privacy fenced yard. Grt
neighbrh'd near shopping
& mall. $895/mo. deposit
& lease. 321-759-7009




PALM BAY: 3/2/2 New
villa in Bimini Bay gated
comm. Granite counters,
spa tub screened court
yard. Community pool,
clubhouse, $1000/mo
954-655-8332



MELBOURNE, Eau Gal-
lie, 2/1, large rooms, new
AC unit & refrigerator,
close to schools, no pets,
$675/month + $300 sec.
321-259-3359

PALM BAY Newly re-
furbished 2br/1ba w/large
FL room, fenced yard,
close to the river. Small
pet ok. $650/mo. Call
321-266-8078





MIMS 2BR/1BA, AC,
screened porch, shed, all
appliances, totally remod-
eled, exc. cond. $400/mo
+ $260 lot rent or sale
$15,000. 321-268-4257


MELBOURNE Downtown
Off US 1, Commercially
zoned house- 5 rooms, 2
Bath 1250 sqft. Ideal for
Accountant, RE office,
Consultant, Contractor....
$1000/mo 413-684-1436
MELBOURNE-
N. Babcock St. 1050 sq.
ft., very good cond.,
available now, $1100
mo., 321-431-1196


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OFFICE/WAREHOUSE
Great Suntree Loc.
1200sf $1,200/mo.
1800sf $1,800. No CAM.
Impeccably maint./ pri-
vate bath. 321-259-0202
PALM BAY Professional
address $75/mo. Office
space w/ conference
room starting @ $300.
ROCKLEDGE Retail
first mo. free. 900 sqft
freestanding w/ yard,
plenty prkg on US1,
heavy traffic $1700/mo
Vacant Land 1-60 acres
Broad RE 321-258-5916

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W. Melbourne -
Don't Down-size: Down-
cost. Lease 619 sq/ft for
$595 and no CAM fee.
Elevator & ample parking.
1200 & 1800 sq/ft also
avail. Near Wickham &
Rte 192 321-445-7780


PORT ST. LUCIE Pro-
fessional office space.
Office suites available
Prime Port St. Lucie
Blvd. location. Includes
phones, internet, furnish-
ed. Starting at $395
Pam 772-285-6558
Pat 772-285-2350






VALUE
FORT PIERCE STOR-
AGE Fenced parking. 1
Block from US1, next to
Toyota dealer. Up to 1
acre. From $40/month or
rent it all and sublease!
772-521-5111

PORT ST. LUCIE-
Village Green area. 1200
sqft, with office &
bathroom. CBS, 2 roll-up
doors, 3 years old.
$875/mo 772-971-5420


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front properties. Long &
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TRANSPORTATION


POLARIS Trail Blazer
250 '01, New battery,
starter & brakes. Only
125 hrs. Rides Great.
$2000 772-633-3999



CHEVY EL CAMINO 350,
1972, auto, AC, all orig.,
hard bed cover, 3rd own-
er,runs great!Red w/white
top, $6000. 321-254-9407
MERCEDES 280 SEL,
'71, 4 dr, 6 cyl., garage
kept last 10 yrs. Must go -
too many vehicles! $1500
as is. 321-723-1844
MERCEDES 300D, 1983
Florida since new, original
finish, records, good
matched Michelin tires, as
new $6300. Call 321-725-
7094. See at AACA Meet,
3/14 & 15 in Melbourne.
MUSTANG, 64&1/2, al-
most ready to paint, re-
built trannie, 6 cylinder,
almost all new parts to
comply. restoration, $5500.
321-806-9391
ROLLS ROYCE, 1978,
Silver Wrath II, great
shape, chestnut paint,
buckskin top, $24,600
OBO. 321-269-2702
SPECIAL 283 ENGINE-
Complete, Intake
manifold, carborator,
distributor, exhaust, oil
pan, fly wheel. $700
386-767-2995



ACCORD LXI 1987,
130K Miles. Best offer.
Runs fine. 321-433-1663




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ACURA INTEGRA GS
1999. Good cond. All
options plus extras. Well
maintained $5900/obo
772-321-3176
BUICK RIVIERA '99
Supercharged, 71k mi., 2
door, moonroof, bells &
whistles, exc cond.$5900
772-663-0965
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CADILLAC ELDORADO
Biarritz,'90, 2 door coupe,
1 owner, leather, mostly
garage kept, power,
$2900. Call 321-255-1362
Cadillac Eldorado, '01,
extra nice, loaded, $9000/
obo; Chevy El Camino,
'86 no dents/rust,like new,
$9000/obo. 321-615-2358
CHRYSLER SEBRING
convertible,'02,43K mi,au-
to stk,ps/pw/pl,AM/FM/CD
good tires, no accidents,
$9900. 321-412-2469
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Cancer Research. Fast/
Free Towing,
Non-Runners OK. Tax
Deductible. Call 7 days/
week 800-728-0801.
Ford Explorer, Eddie
Bauer, '97, 115K, $4995;
Olds Cutlass Supreme
convertible, '94, 104K,
$3495. 321-749-5292


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8 Separate Local Editions


JAGUAR 2002 X, 6 cylin-
der, gorgeous. Has spoil-
er, sunroof, CD & leather.
56K miles, $13,000
321-784-4656
LINCOLN CONTINEN-
TAL '96 4 door Sedan,
V8 silver/leather, 74K,
clean, must sell $2,950
smelbournebeach@aol.com

LINCOLN TOWNCAR '88
V8, original paint, white
on white, good condition.
Only 97,000 miles $2,700
321-632-3238
Lincoln Towncar, Sig-
nature model,'04,35K,gar.
kept, exc. cond., loaded,
Landau roof, chrome sid-
ing, $18K. 321-266-4645
NISSAN MAXIMA 2000
SE, loaded, no leather,
2nd owner, runs great,
$6300 obo 321-591-9686
OLDSMOBILE 88, 1997,
excellent running condi-
tion, AC, CD, 112K miles,
$1695 or best offer.
321-506-9240
PONTIAC FIREBIRD,
'96, convertible, loaded,
3800 V6, alloy wheels,
CD, very clean, 100K mi.,
$3900. 772-453-9595
PONTIAC SUNFIRE: 00'
2dr, Cold A/C, Great gas
mileage. Excellent price
$2800 772-532-3892 or
772-643-8787 dir
SATURN '95 4 door, exc
cond, $1800obo
772-473-6156
SATURN 2001 SC-2
29,000 miles. Red Exc
cond cold a/c $5500 obo
Vero Beach
772-569-6181
TOYOTA CAMRY 1995 -
122K miles, ice cold a/c,
1 owner, full power. 4cyl
auto. Very clean. $2950.
321-258-1554; 727-1840
TOYOTA CAMRY: 96,
4dr, Auto, Loaded, Runs
great. $4,000 OBO
772-532-3892 or
772-643-8787 dlr


TOYOTA TERCEL, '85, 5
spd, cold AC, recent tune-
up, new brakes/timing
belt/battery/fuel pump, red
tint, $700. 321-223-1280






AEToA
$500+
TAX DEDUCTION
FOR YOUR DONATED
Car, Truck, Boat with
Trailer, Motorcycle
or RV to benefit
US NAVY
VETERANS
ASSOCIATION T
Free Towing L5
Running or Not
www.navyvets.org
1-800-580-NAVY
DONATE YOUR CAR -
Help Disabled Children
with Camp and Educa-
tion. Fast, Convenient,
Free Towing. Tax Deduc-
tible. Free 3-Vacation
Certificate. Call Special
Kids Fund 866-448-3865
DONATE YOUR CAR-
Veterans Lodging, Inc.
Help Support Homeless
Veterans and Victims of
Natural Disasters! It's
Fast & Easy. Receive ,a 3
-Vacation Certificate. Call
before the Tax Year
Ends. 800-841-6225
DONATE YOUR Car.
Help disabled children
with camp and education.
Fast, easy, Free Towing.
Deductible. Special kids
fund. 1-888-830-2127
WANTED JUNK CARS -
Running or not $150 &
up. We pay cash 24-hrs.
321-631-0111



HARLEY DAVIDSON '99
FXD WG. Black/chrome,
HD mags, Mikuni 42,
K&N, VH straight shots,
Mustang touring seat.
21,600 miles, garage
kept. 1st $10,000 cash
takes it! 321-258-0939
HARLEY DAVIDSON 01
Sportster 1200 CC
Engine all chromed. Ram
horn handle bars. Babied
$6800 772-696-2879
HARLEY DAVIDSON:
00' Dyna Wide Glide,
Many Extras, 13,000 mi.
Exc Cond. Only $9,500 or
Trade. 772-370-8413
See ad #27351 for photo,
www HometownNewsOL corn

HONDA ELITE scooter,
80cc, 1500 miles, excel-
lent condition, black,
$1100.321-514-7853
HONDA SCOOTER, 250
cc, 2004, 70mpg, 8000
miles, excellent condition,
red, asking $3400. Call
321-254-1895
KAWASAKI '03 Mean-
streak 1500cc shaft drive,
fuel injection, 2700mi,
Like new $6800obo
772-563-9177
KAWASAKI VULCAN
900. '06. Like new, only
700 miles. Loaded Paid
$11,800, 'sell $8100.
321-863-8614
KAWASAKI, NINJA
250CC, '06, 13K miles,
recent tune up and valve
adjustment. Reduced to
$1600. Call 321-298-1010


WANTED JAPANESE
MOTORCYCLES KA-
WASAKI, 11970-1980,
Z1-900, KZ900, KZ1000,
H2-750, H1-500, S1-250,
S2-350, S3-400. CASH
PAID. 1-800-772-1142 or
1-310-721-0726
YAMAHA ROADSTAR
Silverado 05. 1700CC
8000 miles. Loaded Mint
condition $8500/obo.
321-728-2286




'85 FORD ECONOLINE
350 COACHMAN- 34K
miles, very nice shape,
no rust. Must sell! $8500
386-767-2995 see photo
online ad #27283 at
www.hometownnewsOL.com

27' TRAIL LITE travel
trailer, '03, w/slide out,
sleeps 8, includes bunk
beds, white, $13,000.
321-745-8558
30' CLASS A Motorhome
Clean. Loaded: Genera-
tor & all options. Must
sell! $6500/obo. In local
park, Cell 618-616-9836
CAMPING MEMBER-
SHIP LIFETIME!
Camp Coast to Coast
USA/Canada Year
Round. $10 per night (full
hook-up) Paid $2595, ill-
ness forces sale $595.
800-236-0327
CARR-LITE 2004, 36'5th
wheel,1 owner no pets,
non smoker, all options,
loaded. 4 slide outs, 2
A/C'S satellite. $45,000
obo. Tow vehicle
available 321-427-1454.
CHECK OUT: htplwww.
ydeals.net For the coun-
try's best RV deals!
1-800-576-1921
COACH HOUSE, '98,
camper van,19',V8,Dodge
Ram 3500, 74K mi., good
cond., loaded, generator,
$14,900. 321-723-6616
DAMON CHALLENGER-
'05, Class A, 2 slides,
sleeps 5-8, 9800mi,
Allison auto trans, Like
new, must sell. $64,900
obo 386-527-2424 see
photos online ad #27611
www.hometownnewsOL.com


#1 RV Dealer Network




JAYCO 28FT 1993: 53k
miles. 4 KW generator
New tires, good cond.
Reduced to $9,950
772-971-7135
Monaco Monarch SE 37'
'04 Workhouse, Vortec,
Allison, low mi., 2 slides,
W/D, 4dr, refrig., 2 TVs, 2
ACs, Motostat auto sat,
1.5 BA, generator, CB,
$79,900. 321-264-9844
NEWMAR 37' Mountain
Aire '02 like new. 7500 ml
gas eng, 2 slides, W/D,
auto satellite, beauty w
extras. Car tow dolly.
$88,500 772-873-8611
see photos online @
www.HometownNewsOL.
corn ad # 27953


PACE ARROW '02 Class
37-A, (2) slideouts, low
miles 13,800, Ford work-
horse chassis, surround
sound, DVD, CD, 2 color
tv's, mahogany wood,
Alum 4 dr frig w/ice mak-
er, Queen bed, new awn-
ings. Like new $60,000.
772-978-1915 see photo
www.HometownNewsOL.com
ad #27955
RV rental site located on
Hutchingson Island near
Vero Beach. Across from
beach, Marina on
Inter-coastal, pool, ten-
nis. Phone, cable, and
electricity included. First
class. By the week,
month, or season.
352-347-4470.
SALEM 30' by Forest
River 1999 1 slide, full
Kitchen & bath, queen
bed, dual axle, very good
cond. $5900. Barry
772-643-7421





Swinger, '78, 30', 89K,
440 Chrysler gas engine,
dual AC,new tires/ carpet/
fridge,5kwOnan gen.,front
/rear trir hitches, $5000.
321-259-6558 / 254-6982
WILDWOOD 45' 2008
Travel Trailer, 2 large
slide outs, fireplace,
washer, dryer, fully
loaded. Internet ready.
$43,000 407-233-5151
WILDWOOD PARK, '06,
38ft w/ 2 slideouts, appli-
ances, sleeper sofa, full
sz bed, new washer,gas
stove + more $19,500
obo in St. Cloud. Must
sell 518-588-5432 Check
out RV photos at www.
HometownNewsOL.com
AD#27781



CHEVY BLAZER S10,
1994, V6, runs strong,
$950 or best offer. Call
321-403-2591
DODGE DURANGO,
2002, runs great, clean,
tow package, 4WD, AC,
$5900. 321-806-0002
FORD ESCAPE, '05, 4
cylinder, power steering/
windows/door locks, auto,
low miles, great on gas
$13,500.321-724-9476
FORD EXPEDITION
XLT, '04, 4x4, 5.4L, load-
ed, 3rd row seat, tow
pkg., new tires, 56K mi.,
$14,000. 321-212-9716

FORD EXPLORER LXT
'96 All power cold air,
V6 exc cond., $4000obo
772-473-6156
FORD EXPLORER LTD,
'94,V6, loaded, 4WD, CD,
new tires/brakes/battery,
moonroof,$1980/obo.321
728-1123 / 716-912-5500
GMC ENVOY '03 All
power, leather, rear air,
Maroonclean, well main.
excellent cond., $10,500
772-342-4109 Palm City
Honda Pilot EXL, '04, im-
mac.in/out,gar. kept, war-
ranty,new tirps,all pwr, air/
rear air,loaded,73,500 mi,
$17,450. 321-537-7996
JEEP LIBERTY, '04, V6,
auto, 4x4, power windows
& locks, AM/FM/CD, new
tires, 85K, exc. cond.,
$8900. 321-212-9716


CHEV SILVERADO
2500 HD, '06 Crew cab,
4wd, diesel, 28k miles,
$29,500 772-571-0830
772-532-8337
CHEVY 3500 HD, '01, 1
ton stake bed, 68K mi.,
white,gas, std., AC, beau-
tiful, clean in/out! Pur-
chased new by owner.
$13,500 321-784-4867
CHEVY ASTRO, deluxe
Al cond., '02, beautiful
interior, 113K, runs exc.
Reduced illness in fami-
ly $6995.1-724-602-5941
DODGE DAKOTA '97
excellent running condi-
tion, 107K miles, bedliner,
$1,750 321-506-9240
DODGE GRAND
CARAVAN '96 new tires,
exc cond. $3200obo
772-473-6156
FORD EXCURSION '00
Limited edition 4 wheel
drive. Auto trans, lifted
w/oversized tires. Black
w/tan leather interior. Ex-
cellent cond. $13,000.
OBO. 386-663-4697 or
386-547-5385.
FORD F150 Lariat '99
Suicide doors,new rims &
tires, cold ,lther,118kmi.
$6400obo 772-465-1440


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321-242-0442


FORD F150 Super Cab,
1999, long bed, 4 door,
V6, auto, AC, new tires/
brakes/alternator, $5295.
321-544-0596

GMC DOUBLE CAB
Pick-up truck. 4x4. 4 spd,
new black paint. Recon-
dition clutch, re-built en-
gine. Heavy duty good
cond. tires. Asking
$3,500.321-452-0554

GMC SAFARI LS, '00, all
power, new tires, cold
AC, seats 8, loaded, ex-
cellent shape, $5500/
obo. Call 321-783-7618

GMC SIERRA, extended
cab,'95, new tires /battery,
power windows, cruise,
auto, 5.7L, good cond.,
$3500. 321-729-8833

KIA SEDONA LX, '04,
mini van,V6, all power/air,
AM/FM/CD, dealer served,
40K mi., silver, nice carl
$7495. 321-327-4566





NISSAN TITAN LE Crew
Cab, '04, short bed, 4WD,
V8 5.6L, auto, 80K, grey
int., fully loaded, hitch,
bedliner, leather seats,
$12,900. 321-626-0876
See photo online www.
HometownNewsOL.com
AD#27959


TOPPER FOR F150 crew
cab, tan, like new,
$500/obo. Call Vicki
321-632-3374




TOYOTA TACOMA Pre
Runner Double cab, '04, 6
cyl., loaded, bucket seats,
tow pkg., 52K, CD, ABS,
$18,000. 321-917-6487
TOYOTA TUNDRA SR-5
2006, 4 door, sunroof,
25,000 mile warranty.
50k miles $17,500
772-473-3185



MOTORCYCLE TRAIL-
ER, Kendon, w/stone
guard, straps, etc., hardly
used. Asking $750/obo.
321-779-9483




VW RAIL BUGGY, 1970,
w/trailer & ramps, new
engine, lots of new parts,
$3500 or best offer. Call
321-403-2591

OPEN HOUSE
Reach over
one million potential
buyers from
North Palm Beach
thru Ormond Beach
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'05 Key West 19.6 Bay
Reef CC. Yamaha 154
str. SS prop. Loaded
Alum. trailer.Motor 36hrs.
$18,500.321-412-3057

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'91 ASTRO bass boat &
trailer. 18' fiberglass. '91
150 Merc XR4, electron-
ics, trolling motor, full
canvas cover. All the
bells & whistles. Must
Sell Fasti $6,499 OBO
302-562-4783 see photo
online ad #27957 at
www.hometownnewsOL.com

'98 EDGEWATER 170cc
w/'98 Yamaha stroke oil
inj. 115hp eng. '99 magic
tilt trlr w/3 new tires. Stor-
ed in gar. All exc. cond.
$9500 386-615-0381


Sham

17' TRIUMPH '02 w
trailer. 90hp Johnson
Radio, depth finder, all
safety equip. Low maint.
$9800 772-388-8305

21' CENTURY BAY 2004
150HP Yamaha 4 stroke,
only 50 hours. 8'4" beam.
Lowrance GPS, EZ
loader trailer. Warranty
2008. Asking $22,800
772-528-1411

25' LARSON Delta Cabin
Cruiser,'86, 350cid 260hp
Mercury Alfa 1 outdrive,
alum. float on trailer,
$6000 as is. 321-723
-1844 / 321-213-2923 cell


26' SAILFISH '06 CC 16
hrs, new cond. fully load-
ed, 60 gal. livewell, full
custom cover, yellow hull,
lift kept. Twin 200HPDI
Yamaha power w/ 5 yr
factory warranty $64,000
O.B.F Cell 917-440-6959
Martin County
Actloncraft Flats Master
18'10", blue/wht, Yamaha
VMax175,GPS bimini top,
trailer, morel New $32K
-sell $14,995. Capt. Tim
321-383-1328
AQUASPORT '21 '05,
Center Console,150
Johnson, bimini top, fully
loaded, trailer $27,000
863-697-0452
GODFREY PONTOON
'99, 18 feet, dry-docked,
seats 10, bimini top &
cover. $1999
321-452-1013
KEY LARGO, 16.5', '02,
center console w/bimini
top, 50hp Merc., trolling
motor,w/'05trailer,like new
$7000. 321-254-1059 See
photo online at www.
HometownNewsOL. cor
AD#27951
MAKO 28' "Brand new",
loaded, twin 250 E-tec,
triaxle trailer,$140,000 list
asking $99,000
313-492-8860
MERCURY OUTBOARD
2001. Low hours,
freshwater use only. Like
new $1500/obo.
772-633-4958 online at
www. Hometown
NewsOL.com ad # 28145


PONTOON BOAT 2001
22ft Bennington,50hp Ya-
maha 0/B,live well, depth
finder, complete canvas,
exc. cond. w/ '01 trailer,
ready to launch $10k1neg
illness sale.321-956-6250





POST SPORT FISH
2003 800 HP Cats, w/525
Hr. Custom Int. 42" Plas-
ma top, Line elec., every
fact, Option,Like New
Cond. Ready to Fish/
Cruise 30Kts/ @ 64
GPH. Cat Warr till 2013
917-440-6959 Martin Cty
RIPTIDE TROLLING
Motor, RT50SC Bow
mount, spare prop, A1,
48" shaft. $150/obo.
321-759-8343
SEAMASTER '26 Volvo
engine '97, fish wells,
depth finder, cabin, hard
top $7000obo
772-219-0807
SEARAY 20.5 '84 Cuddy
cabin, walk-around. Re-
built Merc cruiser. Elec
ignition, live well,fish find-
er, bimini top. 4 yr. Trailer
included. Great cond.
$6500obo772-473-4214
WAVERUNNER XLT
800, Yamaha, '04, 14.4
hours, excellent cond., 3
seater, w/traller & vests,
$4300/obo. 321-298-7043
WELLCRAFT 22' Walk
around, '01, 200hp Evin-
rude, trailer, loaded. Off
shore,cruising, overnights
$15,999. 321-749-5292


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