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Friday, July 11, 2008


Citizens' academy
accepting
applications

Applications are now
being accepted for the fall
session of the Brevard
County Citizens Academy, a
free eight-week program
beginning Sept. 3, providing
participants with informa-
tion about county depart-
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Both day and evening ses-
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Daily Bread's search for solutions continues


Three alternate
locations appear
unsuitable
By Gretchen Sauerman
Sauerman@hometownnewsol.com
MELBOURNE Nearly
two months after a special
City Council meeting to dis-


cuss the future of Daily
Bread, the soup kitchen's
leader said a solution is
nowhere in sight.
John Farrell, executive
director of Daily Bread, said
some of the problems stem
from not being able to meet
with those who can give
him the answers he needs.
"This idea of not sitting


down with people is stupid
at best," he said. "The way
I've always solved problems
is by sitting down with
those I have problems
with."
During a marathon meet-
ing attended by more than
300 people May 19, the City
Council voted 4-3 to deny
the Daily Bread's request to


build a larger facility on the
property adjacent to their
building at the intersection
of Fee Avenue and Waverly
Place.
After the meeting, Mayor
Harry Goode said the city
might have some alternate
locations that could be suit-
able for the soup kitchen.
On June 16, Mayor


Artist in training


Kaitlin Norton/staff photographer
Zoe Moore, 7, of Palm Bay works on an ice cream sculpture during the Brevard Art Museum's Adventures in Art
Summer Art Camp last week. For information on the Brevard Art Museum, visit www.brevardartmuseum.org.


County battles


mosquitoes


By Jenet Krol
Krol@hometownnewsol.com
Summer is here, and
with it comes the rainy
season and mosquitoes.
Mosquito season runs
from June to November.
said Chris Richmond, a
biologist with Brevard
County Mosquito Control.
It came a little late this
year due to the drought in
the spring.
Heavy populations ot
mosquitoes arrived
around the Indian River


Lagoon system June 30.
said NMr Richmond.
To keep the pesky bugs
at bay, Brevard Counyu
Mosquito Control uses
biological, chemical and
environmental controls.
"It's all about eliminat-
ing the breeding source so
they won't produce." he
said.
The salt marshes and
mangrove swamps the
mosquitoe- la\ their eggs
in are kept flooded, so
See MOSQUITOES, A4


Goode, along with city
manager Jack Schluckebier,
Melbourne International
Airport executive director
Richard Ennis and other
staff members led Daily
Bread leaders on a tour of
three potential sites where
the soup kitchen might be
See BREAD, A7


City


clerk


draws


fire

Mike Hazlett
wants Nancy
Ciummo fired

By Gretchen Sauerman
Sauerman@hometownnewsol.com
WEST MELBOURNE' -
City Council member Mike
Hazlett said he was "going
to be the brave one" by
making a motion to fire the
city clerk last week.
"We can keep dancing
around this," he said.
"When are we going to fix
this problem?"
Mr. Hazlett brought forth
the motion to dismiss
Nancy Ciummo during the
July 1 meeting after the
council grappled with cor-
rections to meeting minutes
for more than 30 minutes.
Mr. Hazlett's motion
Failed because no other
council member offered a
second, but he continued to
blast the clerk's perform-
ance and attitude.

See CLERK, A7


Kaitlin Norton/staff photographer
Walter and Marge Truss of Palm Bay load food into a truck to be distributed at the Zion
Christian Church food pantry. The Trusses were collecting food from Second Harvest
Food Bank of Central Florida in Melbourne.


Second Harvest food


bank sows

By Gretchen Sauerman was n(
Sauerman@hometownnewsol.com "We
thirds
MELBOURNE Only a house
small amount of food was Secon
spoiled when a fire struck of Ce
the Second Harvest food
bank last month. manal
Sadly, one of the reasons "No'
for the minimal damage she g
was that the warehouse empty


seed


early empty.
used to be two-
to full in this ware-
," said Valerie Carl,
d Harvest Food Bank
ntral Florida branch
ger.
w look," she said, as
estured to a nearly
r 8,700-square-foot


of hope

warehouse at 6928 Vickie
Circle.
Approximately 400
pounds of food were lost
when the blaze struck June
23, she said.
The close call can be
used as a wake up call for
those who think hunger
See HARVEST, A3


By Gretchen Sauerman
Sauerman@hometownnewsol.com
WEST MELBOURNE -
More than a dozen Sylvan
Estates residents protested
plans to invoice them
roughly $5,400 for work
the city completed nearly
three years ago.
West Melbourne
installed waterlines in the
subdivision off Sheridan


Road in 2005, and 74
homes connected to the
city's system. Somehow,
the city forgot to invoice
the owners until now.
With a struggling econo-
my and declining property
values, the bill isn't coming
at a good time, owners
said.
"This project was com-

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By Gretchen Sauerman
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The anniversary of a con-
troversial Supreme Court rul-
ing on women's reproductive
rights mobilized activists on
both sides of the issue.
This time, it wasn't the well-
known 1973 Roe v.Wade deci-
sion overturning laws that
outlawed abortions.
In the case of Griswold v.


Connecticut in 1965, the
Supreme Court ruled that a
state law prohibiting the use
of contraceptives was uncon-
stitutional.
On the ruling's anniversary
June 7, the American Life
League, an organization that
calls itself a "Catholic pro-life
education organization,"
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Their message: using oral
contraceptives causes abor-
tions.
The organization says on its
Web site that while in most
cases the pill prevents preg-
nancy by preventing ovula-
tion or creating a thicker cer-
vical barrier to sperm, it also
thins the lining of the uterus.
With no lining, a fertilized
egg will not implant, prevent-
ing a viable pregnancy.
That failure is essentially an
abortion, they say.
Michele Paccione, presi-
dent of Brevard NOW, dis-
agrees.
"Their notion that birth
control pills cause abortion is
not accurate and needs to be
challenged," she said.
In response to the "Kill the
Pill" protests, members of the
Brevard NOW mounted a
campaign June 10 touting the
benefits of oral contracep-
tives.
The issue could quickly dis-
solve into a discussion of
"where life begins," but a
broader view is needed, said
Dr. Stephen Blythe, local
physician and candidate for
District 15 U.S. House of Rep-
resentatives.
"The problem is basically
that (birth control pill detrac-
tors) don't want women to
have control over their repro-
ductive health," he said.


According to the American
College of Obstetricians and
GynecologistsWeb site, a 1975
opinion by the U.S. Depart-
ment of Health Education and
Welfare says a fertilized egg,
by definition, becomes a fetus
"from the time of implanta-
tion," meaning the unim-
planted fertilized egg is not a
fetus.
Holly Anagnos, member of
the Brevard NOW, said "The
Pill Kills" demonstrators
should see the issue as one
about the health and well-
being of women.
"Overall, I would stress that
the pill saves, protects, and
improves women's lives," said
Ms. Anagnos. "It saves
women who cannot bear chil-
dren from physical suffering
or even death. It prevents the
economic and emotional
stress mothers, fathers and
children feel when an
unwanted pregnancy comes
along."
While some argue that
making contraceptives avail-
able to young women encour-
ages promiscuity and premar-
ital sex, Ms. Anagnos does not
see it that way.
"It gives a young woman
the opportunity to go to col-
lege, pursue her career, and
choose a husband based on
love and happiness, which
makes a stronger marriage,"


she said.
Dr. Blythe, who has advo-
cated more inclusive sex edu-
cation in Brevard County's
public high schools, agrees.
'At any given time, about 50
percent of Florida high school
students are in a sexual rela-
tionship," he said. "To pretend
they're not is just being silly."
As both a physician and a
parent to teenage girls, the
issue is an important one for
Dr. Blythe.
"I'm all in favor of absti-
nence, but not in favor of
ignorance," he said.
According to the American
College of Obstetricians and
Gynecologists, oral contra-
ceptives and emergency con-
traceptives such as Plan B, the
so-called "morning after pill,"
should not be confused with
RU-486, a pill that induces
abortion.
Indialantic resident Mindy
Stone said she encountered
that confusion when she tried
to purchase Plan B, the emer-
gency contraceptive.
Although Plan B is available
to women older than 18 with-
out a prescription, it is stored
behind the pharmacist's
counter. Ms. Stone said a local
pharmacist refused to give her
the medication, saying it
would cause an abortion.
"I was given the
runaround," she said. "(I
think) they're supposed to
engage in medical treatment
and leave their opinion out of
it."
Members of the American
Life League stand firmly in
their belief that oral contra-
ception, and organizations
like Planned Parenthood who
prescribe it, are causing abor-
tion.
Many Planned Parenthood
locations were picketed dur-
ing "The Pill Kills" day, said


Marie Hahnenberg, a
researcher with American Life
League.
In an editorial written June
18, Ms. Hahnenberg
addressed her concerns
about electronic links to
Planned Parenthood being
placed on an Illinois public
library's computer.
"The more you learn
about how disgusting and
outright evil Planned Par-
enthood is, the more dedi-
cated you will become to
keeping this sick organiza-
tion out of your town and
away from your children,"
she said.
The league goes one step
further, arguing that no arti-
ficial contraceptives should
be used.
"American Life League
does not ever endorse any
method of family planning
designed to intentionally
avoid one of the two mean-
ings of the conjugal act,
which are to be open to the
possibility of a child (pro-
creative) and to nourish the
love between the spouses
(unitive)," said Cathy Brown
in a 2005 editorial.
Denying women access to
birth control doesn't make
sense if an organization is
opposed to abortion, said
Ms. Paccione.
"(The American Life
League) doesn't want us to
have an abortion, but they
don't want us to do something
to prevent pregnancy," she
said.
For information on the
American Life League, visit
www.all.org. For information
on the National Organization
for Women, visit
www.now.org. For informa-
tion on Planned Parenthood,
visit www.plannedparent-
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Harvest
From page Al
isn't a big problem in Bre-
vard County, said Ms. Carl.
"We serve 94 agencies,"
she said. "We're seeing an
increased demand of almost
800 people per month."
Part of America's Second
Harvest, the Brevard Branch
is in the Central Florida
chapter, headquartered in
Orlando. Another office is in
Daytona Beach.
Together, the three
branches donate food to
more than 500 nonprofit
feeding programs, such as
churches and local agencies.
Rather than asking donors
to bring in a box or two of
canned food, Second Har-
vest uses cash donations to
purchase large quantities of
surplus food throughout the
country.
Some of the food comes
from manufacturers or
wholesalers, and some is
awarded through the U.S.


Department of Agriculture.
For the amount of money
a donor might spend for one
can of stewed tomatoes at
the supermarket, Ms. Carl
said her buying power
allows her to purchase half-
a-case of the same product.
"For every dollar donated
to Second Harvest, we can
get $9 worth of food," she
said.
That food goes to many
people who might not
match the public's percep-
tion of the hungry.
"Death, divorce and dis-
ease," said Ms. Carl. "Those
are the three things that can
put a family in trouble.
When money is short, food
is always the compromise."
Locally, more than 1.8
million pounds of food, or
the equivalent of 1.4 million
meals, were distributed in
Brevard County last year,
she said.
Partner agencies are quick
to express their gratitude for
the organization's many
contributions.
"Second Harvest Food


Bank has provided us with
much advice and encour-
agement," said James
McClellen, Matthew 25:35
coordinator at Tabernacle
Church in Melbourne.
"A client rejoiced the other
day, saying, 'My daughter
will be so happy! It's been a
long time since we've had
any ketchup,'" he said.
Janice Stout, of the North
Merritt Island United
Methodist Church, thanked
Second Harvest for helping
her church provide more
than 275 neighbors with a
"substantial bag of food."
"People are making the
choice between groceries
and gas to get to work," said
Ms. Stout. "This is one way
we can help put a little extra
money in their pocket for
other essential items."
Some of the stories
impact volunteers on a per-
sonal level.
Carol Holland, coordina-
tor at Grace's Pantry in
Rockledge, told a story
about a young mother and
her 4-year-old son.


"They were living in a bad
home situation and her hus-
band had lost his job," she
said. "We were able to pro-
vide her with enough food
to last at least a week. The
little boy kept yelling 'Thank
You' out the car window as
they left."
The food provided by Sec-
ond Harvest touches the
lives of both the needy fami-
lies and the volunteers, said
Ms. Carl.
"Hunger is something you
don't see," she said. "Hunger
is not just the guy on the
side of the road holding a
sign. In Brevard County, it's
one in six people. Think
about that next time you're
in line at a store."
To learn more about vol-
unteering or donating, visit
www.foodbankcentralflori-
da.org or e-mail shbre-
vard@nebutel.com.
To direct Second Harvest
donations to the local
branch, write "Brevard
Branch" in the check's
memo line.


Brief
From page Al
free of charge as a service to
the community twice yearly,
and is recommended for
those 18 and older.
For an application, call
Carrie Cotter at (321) 633-
2001 or visit www.brevard-
county. us/citizens-
academy.

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Mosquitoes
From page Al

there is no dry land for the
bugs.
"Mosquitoes want the
marshes to be dry to lay
their eggs. When it does get
flooded, they hatch. Build-
ing dikes and artificially
flooding negates the use of


pesticides," Mr. Richmond
said.
The Gambousia fish, a
minnow native to Florida,
whose common name is the
'mosquito fish,' are integrat-
ed into areas with high mos-
quito populations.
"They eat their weight in
mosquito larvae in a day.
We have 18 inspectors (who
will) transfer fish to places
that need them," he said.


Chemical pesticides that
are not harmful to vegeta-
tion and specifically target
species of the fly family in
their larval stage are sprayed
in water.
Trucks spray for adult
mosquitoes at dusk until
about 1 a.m., when the mos-
quitoes are flying.
"You have to kill them
while they are flying. When
they are resting during the


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crop duster assist in deliver-
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Brevard County Mosquito
Control also encourages resi-
dents to help by eliminating
any sources of standing water.
According to the American
Mosquito Control Associa-
tion, it can take as little as six
days for mosquito larvae to
hatch. One mosquito can lay
100-300 eggs in a night.
Gutters, buckets, birdbaths,
abandoned pools, buckets,
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without rims are notorious
breeding spots, said Mr. Rich-
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Breeding mosquitoes in the
backyard could be a potential
health risk.


Residents
From page Al
pleted in 2005," said resi-
dent Don Grabach. "What
happened in the last two-to-
three years?"
Residents who bought
property after the waterline
assessment was discussed,
like Glenn Harpold, are in a
troublesome position.
"It was not disclosed to
me. It was not a matter of
public record," he said. "I
find myself faced with an
assessment I was not aware
of."
Liens were never recorded
because finance staff never


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"Besides the nuisance, we monitor for four
viruses that mosquitoes carry.'

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"Besides the nuisance, we
monitor for four viruses
that mosquitoes carry," he
said.
At 11 places throughout
the county, blood samples
are retrieved from chickens
to test for four viruses asso-
ciated with mosquitoes -
West Nile virus, St. Louis
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So far this season, one
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abnormal, Mr. Richmond


calculated the individual
billings, said city clerk
Nancy Ciummo.
Personnel changes and
employee turnover may
have contributed to the
problem, as city manager
David Reynal was hired in
2006, after the work was
completed.
Finance director Char-
lotte Luikart said the project
recently landed on her desk.
"I apologize for the lapse
of time," said Ms. Luikart. "I
found this box in my office
and was told to address it."
To pay off the $400,000,
each homeowner would
have the option of paying
the $5,400 in full, paying
within 30, 60 or 90 days, or
using a 10- or 20-year
installment plan.
Discounts would be
offered for any payments
received within 90 days, and


said.
Residents of Brevard Coun-
ty can request spraying and
staff of Brevard County Mos-
quito Control will visit homes
to find the source of a mos-
quito problem, said Mr. Rich-
mond.
For questions or spraying
requests for residents south
of Wickham Road, call (321)
952-4523. Residents north
of Wickham Road are asked
to call (321) 264-6413.
For more information,
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interest would be charged
for those who choose the
installment plans.
None of the plans met the
approval of the residents.
"I predicted this night," said
council member Mike
Hazlett. "The city absolutely
dropped the ball on this."
Council inember Chris
Paluszek expressed concern
that no one from the city staff
had met personally with the
residents to try to come to an
agreement.
Concessions should be dis-
cussed, said council member
Andy Jones as he motioned to
send the proposal back to city
staff for more consideration.
The couricil voted urani-
mously to table the matter
until the August 19 council
meeting.
"We all have egg all over
our face," said Mayor Hal
Rose.


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Police report (800)423--'S


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

Melbourne
Police Department

David Davis, 39, of 115
Seminole Ave., No. 101,
Melbourne, was charged
June 27 with burglary, giv-
ing false information to a
secondhand property
dealer, trafficking stolen
property and grand theft.
Bennie Irving Hancock,
25, of 1506 E. University
Blvd., Melbourne, was
charged June 27 with
aggravated assault on a
law enforcement officer,
having no valid driver's
license, resisting arrest
with violence, two counts
of resisting arrest with vio-
lence, two counts of flee-
ing/attempting to elude a
police officer, three counts
of child abuse and four
counts of aggravated
assault.
Timothy Wayne Hen-
derson, 29, of,1910 Windy
Oak Circle, Melbourne,
was charged June 27 as a
habitual traffic offender
driving on a suspended
license.
Terri Joann Latonik, 48,
of 988 Mathers St., Mel-
bourne, was charged June
27 with on-site violation of
probation/violation of
community control and
possession of cocaine.
Elvin Parker, 48, of 2617
Race St., Melbourne, was
charged June 27 with
felony battery.
Lynne Barbara Stewart,
43, of 236 San Paulo Circle,
West Melbourne, was


charged June 27 with pos-
session of cannabis, petty
theft, uttering a forged
instrument and three
counts of possession of
drug paraphernalia.
Lauren Toker, 38, of
2236 Flower Tree Circle,
Melbourne, was charged
June 27 with retail theft
and three counts of on-site
violation of probation/vio-
lation of community con-
trol.
Anthony David Vaughn,
41, of 799 Wildbriar Road
N.E., Palm Bay, was
charged June 27 as a habit-
ual traffic offender.
Alex jason Brenot, 18, of
2990 Alberta Court, Mel-
bourne, was charged June
28 with burglary and grand
theft.
Glenn Edward King, 24,
of 2785 Mariah Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged June
28 with felony criminal
mischief. ,
Leshelia Catherine
Green, 26, of 1880 South-
land Ave., Melbourne, was
charged June 30 with pos-
session of a controlled
substance, felony posses-
sion of a controlled sub-
stance while in physical
control of a motor vehicle
and possession of -drug
paraphernalia.
Jaime O. Causpin, 69, of
1'98 Falcon Ave. N.W.,
Palm Bay, was charged July
1 with aggravated assault.
Robert L. Peterson, 21,
of 1677 Avocado Ave., No.
8, Melbourne, was charged
July 1 with
fleeing/attempting to
elude a police officer.
Roy Joseph Barrett, 25,
of 256 Oldsmar St., Palm
Bay, was charged July 2
with aggravated assault
and carrying a concealed


weapon.

Brevard County
Sheriffs Office

Marilyn Lee Baza, 35, of
1225 N. Wickham Road; No.
123, Melbourne, was
charged June 27 with resist-
ing arrest without violence,
violation of probation, for-
gery and giving a false name.
Kristi Law Daly, 37, of
2700 Croton Road, No. 409,
Melbourne, was charged
June 27 with writing a worth-
less check.
Peter A. Fortin, 41, of 4090
Aurora Road, No. 23, Mel-
bourne, was charged June 27
with attaching a tag not
assigned to vehicle, altering
license plate/validation
sticker of license plate, hav-
ing no motor vehicle regis-
tration and as a habitual
traffic offender driving on a
suspended license.
Joseph Emanuel Gray, 24,
of 1677 Avocado Ave., Mel-
bourne, was charged June 27
with possession of a con-
trolled substance and pos-
session of cannabis.
Robert Merton Gross, 36,
of 1911 Guava Ave., Mel-
bourne, was charged June 27
with violation of probation,
on-site violation of proba-
tion/violation of community
control, petty theft and mis-
demeanor failure to appear.
Frank Vincent Sprague,
44, of 30-D Elton St., Mel-
bourne, was charged June 27
with felony failure to appear.
Jason Allen Steyer, 36, of
4865 U.S. 1, No. 2, Mel-
bourne, was charged June 27
with theft by employee and
on-site violation of proba-
tion/violation of community
control.
* John George Billias, 40,


address unknown, was
charged June 28 with posses-
sion of cannabis, battery,
harming/threatening a pub-
lic servant/family to intimi-
date and failure to appear-
traffic.
Brenda Leigh Sawyer, 38,
of 2640 Leewood Blvd., Mel-
bourne, was charged June 28
with possession of cocaine,
possession of a controlled
substance and possession of
drug paraphernalia.
Dallin William E. Casler,
24, of 1198 Azalea Court,
West Melbourne, was
charged June 30 with viola-
tion of probation.
Robin Marie King, 44, of
358 Elm St., West Melbourne,
was charged June 30 with
possession of drug para-
phernalia, aggravated bat-
tery and battery.
Christopher T. Lynn, 35,
of 420 Harbor City Blvd., No.
144, Melbourne, was
charged June 30 with viola-
tion of probation.
Melanie Sue Miller, 23, of
485 Waterbrook St., Mel-
bourne, was charged June 30
with two counts of violation
of probation.
Stevie Brown, 50, address
unknown, was charged July 1
with resisting arrest with vio-
lence.
Mitchell Ralph
Dominguez, 17, of 2915


Kemblewick Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged July 1
with armed robbery with a
firearm.
Jon Jay Figueroa, 27, of
2265 Orbit Court; No. 170,
West Melbourne, was
charged July 1 with traffick-
ing cocaine.
Joseph Ellis Height, 47,
address unknown, was
charged July 1 with armed
robbery with a deadly
weapon.
Jermaine Marking John-
son, 29, address unknown,
was charged July 1 with bat-
tery in a detention facility.
Glenda Denise Kim-
brough, 41, address
unknown, was charged July 1
with felony failure to appear.
Robert Edward Lee, 36,
address unknown, was
charged July 1 with schem-
ing to defraud and obtain
property and possession of
stolen property.
Kalvin A. Robotham, 22,
address unknown, was
charged July 1 with posses-
sion of a controlled sub-
stance and as a habitual
traffic offender.
S* Daniel Lee Zeiner, 43,
address unknown, was
charged July 1 with posses-
sion of cocaine.
Janet Lynn Zuhlke, 50,
address unknown, was
charged July 1 with aggra-


vated assault and criminal
mischief.
Christopher Paul Bevis,
33, of 2668 Pepper St., Mel-
bourne, was charged July 2
with driving under the
influence-injuries, driving
under the influence and
two counts of driving under
the influence-property
damage.
Theodore Paul Clouser,
43, address unknown, was
charged July 2 with battery
and aggravated battery.
Cordeiro J. Cohen, 19, of
1482 Port Malabar Blvd.,
Melbourne, was charged
July 2 with felony criminal
mischief.
Mark Jay Fornwalt, 52, of
869 Villa Drive, Melbourne,
was charged July 2 with
burglary-assault and bat-
-tery and battery.
James Lloyd Leach, 37,
address unknown, was
charged July 2 with an acci-
dent involving death or per-
sonal injury.
Roger D. Swyear, 53,
address unknown, was
charged July 2 with felony
driving under the influence,
refusal to take a breath test
and as a habitual traffic
offender driving on a sus-
pended license.
Krystel Talabi, 21, address
unknown, was charged July 2
with violation of probation.


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Neighbors of 'eyesore' respond

We have not written before, but have read the many
responses to this complaint.
The dumpster and portable toilet bothered us so much,
for so long, that we spent some of our savings to put up a
fence. The fence does not block out the entire diew. Every
time we look out our front window, we see the portable toi-
let.
We would appreciate (iti if the portable toilet could be
moved to the other side of the yard. Removal of the toilet
would be even better.
Thank you.

Thank you, supporters

The dog and people patrons of Satellite Beach Off-Leash
Dog Park thank all the individual and corporate sponsors
who, through their generosity, made our fundraiser raffle
such a success.

Kudos to Sue

I recently heard about a wonderful act of kindness and
want to say kudos to Sue Ercolani for her unselfish generos-
ity during the recent fires in Palm Bay.
Sue brought her mobile food service truck down to the
Palm Bay area and. for two days, gave away breakfast, lunch
and dinner to emergency workers and firefighters (and any-
one else who wanted it,) at her own expense.
I hope her act of kindness will be rewarded. Nbu make us
proud, Sue.

Don't blame Bush

Everyday that I pick up the newspaper, I find that many,
folks are blaming President Bush for just about everything.
Look folks, if you want to blame somebody, blame Con-
gress. They are the ones who make the laws. Blame (them)
for not tightening our borders, for giving away our food and
other commodities, for not allowing us to drill for oil and
allowing the price of gasoline to rise continuously. Blame
Congress for giving our money to countries that are not our
allies.
If we had controls on our monies, we would not be so
dependent on other countries that want to do us harm.
Wake up people.

Reduce fuel consumption

Like most Americans. I have become "soft." I enjoy crea-
ture comforts and the freedom to get in my car and go
where and when I want. I know I must change.
I grew up in south Florida without air conditioning, and I
don't want to give that up.
While an eternal optimist and believer that Americans can
tackle most challenges, I have been discouraged by the
phony politicians and celebrities who speak of conserva-
tion, yet travel by private jet, own numerous homes and
cars, and consume six times (or more) energy than I do.
Most Americans can (save energy by doing the following):
Set the thermostat (higher than) 78 degrees.
Shop within a two-mile radius of your home.
(Use) fluorescent light bulbs.
SAdd extra insulation.
Take shorter showers.
Shade your windows with screens or plants.
Carpool.

Reader downs Dems

Well, I'm still waiting for this new Congress to live up to
their pandering. Two years ago, they said they were going to
make a change. I guess they have made a change.
They said they were going to bring down the price of gas.
Of course, that's a myth. They don't have any control over it.
Now we see the price of gas has doubled since they've been
in this new Congress.
.They are all upset now. they want to blame the Republi-
cans because they didn't get the tax put on by the oil com-
panies. That's not going to lower the price of gas. It might
cause some revenue for the Democrats, but they probably
wouldn't use the revenue in a smart way anyway.
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Analog TV is argued

I'm so glad to know the U.S. economy is doing so well that
so many people can afford a new flat screen TV and they
don't have to purchase a conversion box.
There are still millions of analog TVs that are only worth
$5-$10. I see them on the side of the road, with signs that say
"free," or "$5 works fine," at yard sales.
For the less fortunate who invested in these TVs and who
can't afford those new TVs (they are) now told (the analog
televisions) won't function without investing in (a) conver-
sion box.
(Television) stations should broadcast in analog and digi-
tal. (The) less fortunate could use analog (televisions).
What a disgrace.

Reader happy with antenna

I read, about analog TVs changing over.
(There are) people like myself who rely on (television)
antennas and don't want to be forced to pay for cable or
satellite (television.) It's a sad story that TV stations are
pushing this box. (It) maybe needed in time but to rush out
and buy the box (is unnecessary.) Your TV may go "flooey"
before February (the anticipated change over date).
I have 42 digital stations and 22 analog stations (on my tel -
evision.) I realize I will lose the analog (stations) butlI still
have 42 digital stations.
There should be third choice.
Don't be rushed into buying something you may not need
(until) February.
I have had (my) antenna for 20 years and plan to keep my
antenna.

Senior unhappy with free subscription

And then we have the case of the 84 year-old man receiv-
ing a gift subscription to the magazine "Teen."
What do they think an 84- year -old is going to do with a
teenage magazine. With applications to renew?
The business establishment must be crazy (for sending
this to me).

Is Obama safe?,

I live in Eau Gallie, have been for 47 years. I love the Rants
& Raves; I love the Hometown News; it's like the old Eau Gal-
lie Journal we had many years ago.
My concern is: we lived through the assassinations of John
E Kennedy and Robert Kennedy, (but) I heard a man on the
street ranting about Obama and said he would be killed.
Are we giving him (the) security (he deserves) before he
becomes president?
Are we giving him (the) security (he deserves) before he
becomes president?

Get out of Iraq

This stupid, wasteful war in Iraq is killing more than our
brave youthful men and women soldiers; it's killing our
country. Billions of dollars are spent over there when it
could be spent in the United States and to fix our problems.
Fix it before the U.S. becomes a poor Third World country.
Everybody's losing houses (and) cars; food is skyrocketing;
gas is completely out of control.
Spend those billions over here. Don't just give us $600 to
spend on good times. Put those billions back in our econo-
my, not on some stupid war machine.
Get out now!

New traffic light questioned

I don't understand why they have to put a new traffic light
on Sheridan and John Rodes Boulevard with a turn lane and
everything else when we had a nice easy way to go north
and south and not have to get onWickham Road.
A quarter-mile down the road there is Ellis and John
Rodes. That is a very dangerous intersection, (with) semi
(tractor trailers) trying to turn. And there is a drainage ditch
there.
Why didn't they put it there?
Why didn't they leave it alone?
People need to stand up and start talking about these
roads and say what they want.

Reader responds to older driver view

Here's a comment on the view about older drivers:
Obviously, the person who wrote this doesn't look around
and see the age groups that are on the road. That makes
them not only a mental deficient, but makes them totally
unaware on the road and their driver's license should be
revoked.


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Is that you back there?
I'm 63 years old and I still work for a living. I drive myself
to and from work five days a week. I haven't had a speeding
ticket in more than 25 years because I have a simple method
to avoid being stopped. I keep my registration current, both
hands on the wheel, both eyes on the road, and I never
exceed the posted speed limit by more than three mph.
So, I don't need no snot- nosed crybaby tailgater telling me
what hours I should be on the road. I know who you are. I
see you in my rearview mirror three feet off my bumper,
talking on your cell phone, with a cigarette hanging off your
lip, waving your cup of latte at me because you got up late
and now you're in a hurry.
If you don't end up part of your dashboard and survive
another 30 to 40 years, you might just change your tune.
Slowdown. Pace yourself. And enjoy your life.

Thanks,'jet runners

Our third annual River Rally was a great success. We had
24 skis sign up and do the Trivia Run and we had more than
50 people attend including our guests of honor, Sharon
Horsman's daughter, Elizabeth, and a whole bunch of can-
cer kid survivors and kids still actively receiving treatment
like my granddaughter, Julia. ,
They made our day extra special. And we collected $2,000
for Candlelighters of Brevard.
Thank God for all of the food, beautiful weather, the board
members that worked so hard to put all of the loose ends
together, for all the businesses and people that were kind
enough to donate items for our auction and for the great
camaraderie that we all experienced just from being there.
Like I always say, no one ever feels better about them-
selves than when they unselfishly do something for some-
one else.
God bless all of you. Thanks Space Coast Jet Riders. Ride
safe. Ride smart.

Welcome, new members

I invite you to a new grassroots organization,
Brevard4Obama, which is unique because it has been
formed by people of all political persuasions with one sim-
ple goal: to help Barack Obama get elected.
This is the leading edge of an interesting inclusive collabo-
ration happening nationwide, as well as in Brevard. This
group seems to reflect a widespread desire to bring the
country together again.
For information, contactmthompson@att.com.

Reader answers senior drivers rant

Wow. I can't believe someone would have the nerve to put
that in print. Good thing you (didn't) sign your name. You
have to be a young person.
Some over 60 drivers are far better drivers and far more
cautious than you young people who have music so loud,
you hear nothing else around you; who sit so far back in the
driver's seat, it would be impossible to react quickly; young
people on cell phones who pay more attention to them
instead ofwhat's on the road around them.
I could go on,and on. I see the same thing you mentioned
(in your rant) in drivers of all ages.
Look around you. Don't be so critical of the old. You'll be
there one day.

Lottery questioned

What's up with the lottery? Are they trying to pull some
sort of a scam? Next time the results come out in the paper
on Monday, check out the $3 and $2 amounts..You'll see that
the $3 amount doesn't get bigger but slides back down. If it
wasn't for the fact that somebody won on the $2 game, you'd
probably see the same thing happening there, too.
Why isn't the Lotto on TV? You can't trust the paper to give
the right numbers. They've screwed up in the past and I'm
sure they will screw up in the future.

Stop the insanity

With gas prices skyrocketing, along with food costs, "we
the people" who are struggling for survival just don't have
the money to cover the basic monthly expenses it takes to
live in the United States
What is coming? Another Hooverville? Maybe I need to get
a permit and organize a day that we the struggling stand
hand in hand across the highways of this country with our
letters of concern.
Perhaps then, our chief (or is he king?) and other politi-
cians will acknowledge that not everyone makes $50,000 a
year.
Positive changes must be made. Anybody with me?


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Clerk
From page Al
He cited a March 28
memo in which David Rey-
nal, city manager, criti-
cized Ms. Ciummo's per-
formance.
Among the concerns list-
ed, Mr. Reynal said there
was a lack of timely prepa-
ration of accurate city
council meeting minutes,
including a backlog of
meeting minutes that had
not been prepared by the
previous city clerks.
The number of inaccura-
cies in the minutes pre-
sented July 1 prompted
Mr. Hazlett to ask for the
termination of her
employment.
Council member Andy
Jones did not support the
motion, saying Ms. Cium-
mo's employment status
was "under the auspices of
the city manager."
Mr. Reynal did not com-
ment during the meeting,
nor did he ask the council
to consider Ms. Ciummo's


termination.
The city's charter out-
lines the procedure for hir-
ing and firing the clerk.
Any action to remove the
clerk must be initiated by
the city manager and
approved by a vote from at
least four council mem-
bers.
When the charter was
revised after the November
2007 election, the city
clerk became subordinate
to the city manager, and
the City Council was for-
bidden from giving either
public or private orders to
any of the manager's
employees, said former
council member Charles
Settgast.
Therefore, Mr. Hazlett's
motion violated the city's
charter, said Mr. Settgast.
Ms. Ciummo said she
did not respond to Mr.
Hazlett's comments during
the meeting because the
item wasn't on the coun-
cil's agenda for that
evening.
When contacted the next
day, she said the city


clerk's office had been
neglected for some time
prior to her taking the
position last November.
"My position is an issue
for the city manager and
me to work on together,"
said Ms. Ciummo. "I came
into a situation where the
minutes had not been
done for months."
Further complicating
matters, although two
other full-time employees
work in the clerk's office,
Ms. Ciummo said she is
the only person able to
take minutes.
Poorly working equip-
ment and lack of operating
instructions have ham-
pered proper audio
recording of meetings,
making transcription
nearly impossible, she
said.
To shorten the amount
of time the council uses to
approve minutes, council
member Bill Mettrick sug-
gested fellow members
provide any corrections to
Ms. Ciummo in advance of
the meeting.


Mr. Hazlett challenged
that Ms. Ciummo did not
possess the proper certifi-
cation to be a city clerk.
In response, Ms. Cium-
mo said she had 30 years
of experience in municipal
service and a master's
degree in public adminis-
tration.
Instead of using scarce
city resources for her
training, Ms. Ciummo said
she opted to send the
deputy city clerk to the
certification training, "so
that she can learn the job."
Council member John
D'Amico suggested that
some of those who have
problems with Ms. Cium-
mo might be intimidated
by her qualifications.
"Nancy brings tons of
talent based on her jobs as
city manager, clerk and life
experiences," said Mr.
D'Amico. "It is clear to me
that others cannot stand to
listen to her advice and
will do anything to dis-
credit her. Apparently, she
is too smart for them."


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relocated.
Less than two weeks later,
city staff discovered that one
of the locations, north of the
Melbourne Square Mall on
Hibiscus Boulevard, would
not be suitable.
SWhen the mall's developer
submitted plans to the state
in its Development of
Regional Impact applica-
Stion, the plans said that par-
cel shall not be developed,
said Cindy Dittmer, city of
Melbourne planning and
economic development
director.
Mr. Farrell said he didn't
understand how cell phone
towers could have been
constructed on the proper-
ty, given the DRI's limita-
tions.
The cell towers have a
"pretty small footprint," said
N.s. Dittmer, so they aren't in
'the same category as a


building or larger structure.
After the tour, Mr. Farrell
was unsuccessful in sched-
uling a meeting with Mayor
Goode or Mr. Schluckebier
to discuss follow up ques-
tions.
Instead, he met with
deputy city manager
Howard Rails and Ms.
Dittmer to discuss a previ-
ously submitted list of 13
questions.
Mr. Farrell said the meet-
ing was not as productive as
he hoped.
Many of his answers were
"that needs to be negotiat-
ed," or, "we can't answer
that," he said.
"I was disappointed
because I thought this time
the city was earnest," said
Mr. Farrell. "I was also dis-
appointed that the people
we spoke with were not
(authorized to make deci-
sions).
Most of the questions he
had about a site on airport
property were met with


"that could only be dis-
cussed with the airport
authority."
Ms. Dittmer said the city
needed more input from
Daily Bread officials before
they could answer questions
about financial, incentives
and schedules.
"He may have gone into
that meeting with a little dif-
ferent expectation than any-
one else," she said.
A meeting with airport
staff went much better, Mr.
Farrell said.
"I got the answers I need-
ed, but I didn't really like the
answers," he said.
The airport location
would need more than
$200,000 in work to bring in
utilities and bridge a
drainage ditch money the
airport authority would not
pay.
. Annual leasing fees could
reach $70,000 at the site.
Also, a lack of public trans-
portation and sidewalks in
the area created a safety


concern, said Mr. Farrell.
Because of the lack of
progress, Mr. Farrell advised
Daily Bread board members
to postpone a July 22 hear-
ing with the city. He hopes
to use the extra time to meet
with the Mayor and each
City Council member one-
on-one.
Council member Richard
Contreras said he looks for-
ward to meeting with Mr.
Farrell.
"I absolutely will," he said.
"I feel that communication,
regardless of what's hap-
pened, needs to take place."
Right now, Mr. Farrell said
his board is considering four
options: stay at the same
location and remodel the
interior; leave the soup
kitchen at the current loca-
tion and build offices on the
property next door; contin-
ue to work with the city and
commercial realtors to find
a suitable location; and "I'd
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Day 1 After your
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the center of the city of
Quito, Ecuador. Afternoon
and evening are at your
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some of the more elusive
monkeys, giant otters, and


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kingfishers, orioles, and
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Day 5 Leave Kapawi
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journey back to Quito,
arriving in time for a late
dinner.
Day 6 Today, you tour
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Quito founded in 1534.
Along the way, you will
drive by the Parliament
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downtown, visiting
colonial churches and
monasteries.
Day 7 -Your late
morning flight to San
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Galapagos where you will
embark on your cruise
ship the Explorer II. As you
slip by Cerro Brujo, you
can catch a glimpse of
pelicans and other Gala-
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followed by a presentation
of the ship's crew and the
staff of naturalists that will
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cruise.
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in the Galapagos and is
noted for its bird life. At
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an incredible variety of
wildlife including iguanas,
Galapagos doves, blue-
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tropic birds, sea lions and
the Galapagos albatross,
which can only be seen on
this island. After lunch
enjoy a visit to Gardner
Bay a tranquil white
sand beach where sea


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Day 9 A short trip to
Santa Cruz Island, and
you'll visit the Charles
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to learn about the impor-
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afternoon you will visit
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by the red lava formations
and home to flamingos,
colonies of sea lions and
pelicans.
Day 10 -Today you can
enjoy a morning walk to
see the nesting sights of
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observe flamingos, marine
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disembark in Baltra for
your return flight to
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enjoy your farewell dinner
at the Hilton Hotel located
in the center of this lively
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Day 11 -Your program
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Florida Tech guard Carl
McNally has signed a con-
tract to extend his career as
a professional.
McNally will be playing
for the Milton Keynes Lions
of the British Basketball
League, the top professional
basketball league in Great
Britain.
The Lions are the current
National Cup Champions
and runners-up in the BBL
Finals last May. McNally will
be playing for last year's BBL
Coach of the Year, Vince
Macaulay Razaq.
"Having spent 10 years
coaching in the BBL myself,
I know first hand just how
fantastic an opportunity
this is for Carl," Pantghers
head coach Billy Mims said
in a press release.
McNally, a 6-foot-4-inch
guard from Cocoa Beach,


raked in the accolades in his
final season with the Pan-
thers.
He was named to the Dak-
tronics Division II All-South
Region first team and to the
National Association of Bas-
ketball Coaches second
team. McNally also was
tabbed a first team All-Sun-
shine State Conference
member.
McNally averaged more
than 27 points per game in
the team's final six games,
leading the Panthers to a
fourth-place finish and their
first 20-win season in 11
years.
"It feels good to finally
know where I'm going, and I
feel very grateful for this
opportunity," McNally said
in a press release. "This is a
good place for me to start
my professional career."
McNally finished first on
the team and third in the
SSC in scoring (18.0 points


per game) and led in confer-
ence scoring (21.4 points
per game) and conference
field goal percentage (.610).
He also finished third in the
SSC and 19th in the NCAA in
overall field goal percentage
(.623), 11th in assists (2.64),
fourth in free throw per-
centage (.830), second in
steals (2.07), fourth in
three-point percentage
(.463) and third in minutes
played per game (34.50).
McNally more than doubled
his offensive production
from last year and was the
recognized team leader and
two-year captain of the
Panthers.
Carl has had a fantastic
career in basketball so far,
"Mims added. "He put up
the kinds of numbers this
year to deserve an opportu-
nity like this, and I hope
that it will be the next great
chapter in his outstanding
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a cheerleading camp July
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at the Extreme All Stars
Gym, 3117 Skyway Circle,
Melbourne. There wil be a
hip-hop dance camp July 29
at the same location and
time.
Cost for each two-day
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$50 on the day of camp.
For information, call 321)
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Savannahs day
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The Brevard County
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I Entry fee is $50 per golfer,
which includes the golf,


range balls, lunch, tee prizes
and awards.
The competition will be
18 holes flighted by age
group: 12-13 year-olds; 14-
15-year-olds and 16-18 will
play 18 holes while juniors
11-and-under will play nine
holes.
Deadline for entry is 5
p.m. July 26. The size of the
field is limited. No late
entries will be accepted.
For information, call (321)
455-1375.

Punt, Pass and Kick
The ity of Melbourne will
have a Punt, Pass and Kick
competition for boys and
girls ages 8-11 July 12 at
Brothers Park, 2528 Pace St.,
Melbourne.
The competition will be
from 8 a.m. to noon. There
is no cost to participate.
For information, call (321)


674-5723 or 674-5724.

Golf the
American way
The Palm Bay Americans
Baseball Club will have its
annual Boys of Summer
Golf Tour July 26 at Mallards
Landing Golf Course in
Melbourne.
The format is a four-per-
son scramble with a 7:45
a.m. shotgun start.
Cost is $6 per golfer and
includes golf and cart,
range balls, prize ticket and
lunch.
Tee sponsorships are
available beginning at $100.
All proceeds will go
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Season awakens dreams of glory


By Rob Shelburne
Shelburne@,hometownnewsol.com
It all starts right here,
right now.
Every boy's dream to
make the trip to
Williamsport, Pa. and play
in the Little League World
Series began July 7 at Viera
Regional Park with the
Florida District 2 All-Star
Tournament.
The Palm Bay East, Palm
Bay West, Eau Gallie Blue,
Eau Gallie Gold, South
Beaches, Beachside, West
Melbourne and Viera/Sun-
tree Little League All-star
teams make up an elite-
eight, pool-play extrava-
ganza with the winner
moving on to regional play
and getting one step closer
to a world championship.
In the unlikely event
there are no rain outs, pool
play will conclude July 11,
with the winners of each
pool squaring off July 12 in


the semifinals with the
opposing pool runner-up,
i.e., Pool A winner vs. Pool
B runner up; pool B win-
ner vs. Pool A runner up.
The championship game
is scheduled for July 13.
Rosters for the the two
teams from Eau Gallie
were released June 25.
Eau Gallie. Gold All-
Stars: Evan Doane; Reid
Ferguson;. Clay Clark; Alex
Cheatum; Chriatian Var-
gas; Ethan Self; Dakota


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ame can be heard
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during a shot.
"What's wrong with it? If
LeBron James can make a
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waving flags, rubber dolls
and blowing bullhorns, then
Sergio Garcia should be able
to hit a five-iron with just one
slob yelling in his back swing.
I mean, come on!"
This could be a problem
for the PGATour as it
continues to try and widen
the game's appeal to more
and more people.
It is perfectly understand-
able that the Tour would
want to grow its fan base,
diversify the demographic,
expand merchandising
opportunities, increase prize
money and not have to worry
about sponsors. They have a
right to be as greedy as
everybody else. But, golf is
not a stadium sport. No one
grows up playing golf with
throngs of people constantly
screaming all around them.
Nobody's dad runs out on
the course during a high
school match and body
slams an official because
junior got a one-stroke
penalty for grounding his
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than the other guy and
threatening to withhold your
lunch money if you miss the
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golf alone; just you and the
course.
Golf is solitude; a walk in
the park where you can let
your mind wander if you
want and not have to react to
a coach beating you down or
a tackler bearing down on
you.
You're going to get your
share of loudmouths wherev-
er you go. But, it would be
nice to know, ifI were a PGA
Tour player, that most of the
people in the gallery have at
least played the game. That
they have some idea what it
is like to do what I was trying
to do and understand that I
am not there merely to
entertain them, but to
compete, to win and to put
food on the table.
Golf is a game of respect:
respect for the rules and
respect for others. And, it is
important for its custodians
to emphasize that to their
perimeter fan base. If not,
professional golf runs the risk
of becoming hockey:
irrelevant to all but a few.

Hurst hoists
another trophy
Teenage golfing sensation
Vicky Hurst is at it again.
The 18-year-old Hurst won
for the third time on the


developmental Duramed
FUTURES Tour, shooting a 5-
under-par 67 in the final
round for a 3-under-par, 213
total and a one-shot victory
in the 54-hole Horseshoe
Casino Classic at Lost Marsh
Golf Course in Hammond,
Ind. June 27-29.
The victory was Hurst's
second in a row and the
$12,600 winner's check lifted
her back to the top of the
tour's money list with $51,701
through seven events in 2008.
The top five on the
FUTURES Tour money list at
the end of the season receive
a one-year's exemption to
play on the LPGA Tour.
To put these accomplish-
ments in perspective, the No.
1 ranked ladies golfer in the
world, Lorena Ochoa, won
three times on the FUTURES
Tour in 2002 playing 10
events and earning $53,702.
After debuting with aT26
in the Bright House Networks
Open in Lakeland March 14-
16, Hurst has been on fire,
posting four top-10s in her
next six events and winning
three of her last four.
Hurst's other wins came at
the Jalapeno Classic in Texas
April 27, her fourth event as a
pro, and at the Michelob
ULTRA Players Champi-
onship in Illinois June 15.
Hurst even has impressed
herself with her early success
as apro.
"I'm really surprised I'm
doing this well," she said on
the tour's Web site. "The
whole season, I've been
thinking 'Get in the top 5 or
top 10,' but I'm feeling more
comfortable out here."
Satellite Beach resident
Jaclyn Burch opened with a
74, but ballooned to an 86 in
the second round to miss the
36-hole cut by six shots.
Hurst will be looking for
her third consecutive win this
week when she tees it up at
the CIGNA Golf Classic in
Bloomfield, Conn.
She then will play in her
fourth LPGA event July 17-20
at the State Farm Classic in
Springfield, Ill.


Junior tour on the road
The U.S 1 Golf Center
Junior Tour hit the road to
Turtle Creek Golf Club in
Rockledge June 28 for its third
event of the season.
Boys and girls ages 10-18
competed on The Creek's
tight, tricky layout for
bragging rights and Order of
Merit points.
Final results: Boys 15-18 -
1. Kyle Morgan, 39; T2.
Michael Pentrack, 40;
Johnathan Turner, 40; Aaron
Bartuccio, 40. Boys 13-14 1.
Ryan Allsion, 39; 2. Alec
Norris, 40; 3. Garrett Schmid,
41. Boys 11-12-1. Jonathan
Beni, 39; 2. Jacob Robinson,
41; 3. Kerry Sweeney, 44. Boys
10-and-under- 1. Jonathan
Carey, 36; 2. Mitchell Albright,
41; 3. Joe Malatino, 42. Girls
14-18- 1. Mary Dawson, 42;
T2. Danielle Baiunco, 44;
Alexis Crawford, 44; Jaclyn
Colton, 44. Girls 11-13 -1.
Marissa Boccabella, 52; 2.
Allison Kope, 53; T3. Jacque-
line Turner, 59; Carly Coburn,
59. Girls 10-and-under- 1.
Gabriella Collura, 41; 2.
Dayna Owens, 47; T3.
Delaney Ryan, 59; Madeline
Peloquin, 59.
Mito Alfonso leads the boys
15-18-year-olds on the points
list with 87, followed closely
byAaron Bartuccio with 74
and Nelson Apsey with 73.
Ryan Allison has 102 total
points and leads all boys 13-
14 years old.
Devin Russ is ahead by 30
points in the 11-12-year-old
division with 98 points, and
Jonathan Carey has a
commanding 50-point lead
over the 10-and-under group
with 114 points.
Mary Dawson and Jaclyn-
Colton share the points lead
in the girls 14-18 division
with 87 points.
Carly Coburn heads up the
11-13 year-old girls at 90
points; and Gabriella Collura
leads among the girls age 10
and under with 110 points.
The U.S. 1 Golf Center
junior Tour will be at Suntree
Country Club July 12.
For information, call (321)
632-5461 or visit
www.uslgolfcenter.com.


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SECTION B WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM FRIDAY, JULY 11, 2008


Juried exhibit highlights 36 artists


Sign of


the


times

It seems that as gas
prices rise, so does atten-
dance at local events.
Melbourne Main Street
reported that its June
Friday Fest event had the
biggest turnout in five
years.
But I can't blame it all on
the high price of gas.
Though, I have a sneaking
suspicion that more people
are sticking around town
instead of heading on their
annual summer romp.
However, there is a bit of
history to the growing
popularity of the events.
The original street parties
were greeted with disdain
from some merchants and
the locals as "drunk fests."
In the past, the events
seemed to draw more of
the drinking crowd than
the family crowd.
These days, there seems
to be a happy medium in
attendance: those who
want to relax and kick back
a few and families who
don't have to endure
watching drunk people
collapse on the side of the
street.
This month's event on
Friday, July 11, is sure to be
another crowd pleaser.
Local band The Bone Dogs
will perform, featuring
musicians Russ Kellum,
Michael Wright, Mark
Glisson and Derek Castello.
The band willperform rock
and blues and a bit of
everything in between.
Open from 6-10 p.m. on
New Haven Avenue, Friday
Fests feature the best in
local entertainment,
vendors, arts and crafts
and children's activities.
Area boutiques and
galleries extend shopping
hours and host art open-
ings.
Also that evening, Imago
Art Gallery will host an
opening reception at 8:30
p.m. for its "White" exhibit,
a tribute to artist Robert
Rauschenber. Several local
artists will be featured.
Imago is upstairs next to
Main Street Pub at 701 E.
New Haven Ave. For
information, call (321) 505-

See HYPE, B2


By Tony Judnich
Judnich@hometownnewsol.com
EAU GALLIE Artist
Bruce Reynolds has com-
bined items such as
records, saw blades, old
table legs, antique bicycle
parts and the head of a
CPR dummy to form his
mixed-media sculpture
titled "Waiting for Pega-
sus."
In Greek mythology,
Pegasus was a winged
horse that was fathered by
Poseidon with Medusa.
Mr. Reynolds, of Cocoa
Beach, also placed a pair of
hands at the bottom of his
sculpture. The hands reach
up toward the body of
Pegasus.
"It's basically a hopeful
piece with a little bit of
anti-war sentiment," Mr.
Reynolds said.
His sculpture is one of
41 works of art chosen for
the Brevard Art Museum's
2008 Juried Exhibition. It
will run from Friday, July
18, through Sept. 12.
More than 600 submis-
sions of artwork from
artists from around Florida
were received for the exhi-
bition. The 41 pieces cho-
sen represent 36 artists,
including 13 from Brevard
County.
Jennifer Hardin, who is
chief curator of the Muse-
um of Fine Arts in St.
Petersburg and who holds
a doctorate in art history
from Princeton University,
was chosen by Brevard Art
Museum officials to select
which submissions would



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FRIDAY, JULY 11
Art opening: Imago Art
Gallery will host an opening
reception for its "White!"
exhibit, in honor of artist
Robert Rauschenberg, who
created a series of white
paintings during his life.
Features live jazz, refresh-
ments, a silent auction to
benefit The Young Ladies
Club of Brevard. Participating
artists include Quentin
Walker, Valri Ary, Barbara
Leto, Claudia Pastorius and
Heriberto Delgado. The
gallery is upstairs at 701 E.
New Haven Ave., Melbourne.
Call (321) 505-0346.
Comedy: Titusville
Playhouse presents "The
Senator Wore Pantyhose."
Show times are 8 p.m. July
11-12, 18-19 and 2 p.m. July
13. The Emma Parrish
Theater is at 301 Julia St.,
Titusville. Call (321) 268-
1125.


be included in the exhibit.
"There are all different
kinds of work, (including)
paintings, ceramic, mixed
media and sculpture," said
Jackie Borsanyi, curator of
the Brevard Art Museum.
She said visitors to the
exhibit will enjoy the vari-
ety of artwork on display.
"And they'll get a sense
of what the artists are
thinking about," Ms. Bor-
sanyi said.
Mr. Reynolds, who is a
20-year professional artist,
is no stranger to the muse-
um. He had a one-man
show, called "Running
With Scissors," at the
museum last year, and he
curated the "Eternal Sum-
mer: The Art of Surf Cul-
ture" exhibit in 2006.
"I'm always excited to do
something for the muse-
um because I think they do
a good job," Mr. Reynolds
said.
Artists chosen for this
year's juried exhibition will
be featured on the muse-
um's Web site, www.bre-
vardartmuseum.org, and
the exhibition's sponsors
will award cash prizes of
up to $10,000.
The museum is at 1463
Highland Ave. It is open
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Tuesday, Wednesday, Fri-
day and Saturday; 10 a.m.
to 7 p.m. Thursday; and 1-
5 p.m. Sunday.
Admission is $5 for
adults, $3 for senior citi-
zens and $2 for children
and students with identifi-
cation. Members of the


Friday Fest: Melbourne
Main Street presents its
monthly street party from 6-
10 p.m. in historic down-
town Melbourne. Features
live music with The Bone
Dogs, vendors, children's
activities and extended
shopping at local boutiques.
Call (321) 724-1741.


SATURDAY, JULY 12
Summer Nights at the
zoo: Brevard Zoo's Summer
Saturday Nights returns. The
zoo will stay open until 9
p.m. each Saturday through
the end of August. Events
feature live music, kayaking
at sunset, train rides and
more. The zoo is at 8225 N.
Wickham Road, Melbourne.
Call (321) 254-9453.

SUNDAY, JULY 13
Auditions: Surfside


Photo courtesy of the Brevard Art Museum

'Waiting for Pegasus,' a mixed-media sculpture by
Cocoa Beach artist Bruce Reynolds, is one of 41 works
of art in the Brevard Art Museum's 2008 Juried Exhibi-
tion.


museum are admitted for
free.
Admission is free for all
visitors on Thursday,
thanks to the sponsorship


Players will host auditions for
the upcoming production
"Down the Rabbit Hole" at 7
p.m. Sunday, July 13, and
Monday, July 14. The theater
is at 300 Ramp Road, Cocoa
Beach. Call (321) 783-3127.,
Bluegrass in the park:
Bluegrass jam from 3-6 p.m.
at Trailhead Park on Marie
Street in Malabar, next to the
old schoolhouse. Bring a
lawn chair/ blanket. Call
(321) 724-7764.
Jazz concert: Space
Coast Jazz Society presents
Lorri Hafer and Vicki Bel-
monte at 2 p.m. Sunday, July
13, at the Cocoa Beach
Country Club, 5000 Tom
Warriner Blvd. Call (321)
453-4191.

MONDAY, JULY 14
Auditions: Surfside
Players will host auditions for
the upcoming production of


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vice.


For information,
(321) 242-0737.


"Down the Rabbit Hole" at 7
p.m. Sunday, July 13 and
Monday, July 14. The theater
is at 300 Ramp Road, Cocoa
Beach. Call (321) 783-3127.

TUESDAY, JULY 15
SFlorida tea: The city of
Cocoa will host an old-
fashioned tea at 11:30 a.m.
Tuesday, July 15, at the
historic Porcher House.
Features lunch, tea and live
entertainment. $14 per
person. For reservations, call
(321) 639-3500.

THURSDAY, JULY 17
Children's theater: The
Feller Theatre Academy and
the Stage 1 Stars presents
"Puss in Boots" July 17-19 at
the Henegar Center for the
Performing Arts, 625 E. New
Haven Ave., Melbourne. Call
(321) 723-8698.


STAR SCOPES
James Tucker
Week of 07-11-2008


Aries-March 21-April 19
You continue to create bal-
ance from chaos. Why?
Because you are one of the
very strongest signs in the
universe. You never give
up. Stay objective in deci-
sion.making. Refuse to rush
into things. Quality is more
important than quantity.
Stay focused. Write down
and affirm your goals and
dreams and the universe
will continue to bless you
mightily.

Taurus-April 20-May 20
Strive for a lighter touch in
life. You don't have to
do everything at once. Hap-
piness comes. from taking
on the most important
responsibilities first. Now
there is time to do more of
the fun things. Stay true to
your own beliefs. When
unsure, ask for advice from
trusted associates. This
plan will keep you moving
forward. No reason to get
stuck now.

Gemini-May 21-June 21
Your life is a wonderful
example of positive values
and strong visions. You
know who you are and
what you want. You con-
stantly transform your
dreams into realities. The
best part is that you keep
the blessings and rewards
flowing and increasing for
everyone around you. Why?
Because of your abundant,
grateful and humble spirit.

Cancer-June 22-July 22
You have so much heart.
You care so deeply.
You continue to do great
things with your life. You
have admirers near and
far. Stay focused on
these awesome values. You
are happiest when search-
ing for life's deepest mys-
teries. Make quality time to
read, study and incorporate
your wisdom into a healthi-
er, happier lifestyle. It sure
inspires all of us.

Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
Your life is a grand adven-
ture. You are beginning to
rise higher on the slopes of
success than ever before.
The higher you climb, the
further you can see, you
know. You have come a
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Gallery to host art
theater nights

LoPressionism Gallery of
Fine Art will host an Art
House Theater night to ben-
efit an upcoming Dr. Seuss
exhibit at the gallery.
Movies will be shown the
fourth Friday of the month
at 6:30 p.m. The next movie
will be "The 5,000 Fingers of
Dr. T." on Friday, July 25.
Popcorn and soda will be
available, or attendees can
bring their own snacks.
The cost is $3.
The gallery is at 1010 E.
New Haven Ave., Mel-


bourne. For information,
call (321) 722-6000.

Ballroom dance at
recreation center

A summer ballroom dance
will be Sunday, July 20, at
the Indian Harbour Beach
Recreation Center, 1233
Yacht Club Blvd:
The is $10 and includes
dinner and an introductory
lesson. Lessons are sched-
uled for 5:30 p.m., with the
dance beginning at 6 p.m.
For information, ca l(321)
604-1187.


Flute ensemble to
host recital

The Space Coast Flute
Orchestra will host its annu-
al solo and ensemble recital
at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, July 27,
at Suntree United Methodist
Church, 7400 N. Wickham
Road, Melbourne.
The concert is free.
For information, call (321)
223-9875 or visit
www.scfo.org.



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Scopes
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months should see your
efforts take deeper roots,
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stand any diversions. There is
no stopping you now.

Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept 21
Energy is flowing well for
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Mars protects you, and Sat-
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are headed your way, far
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removed. What appearsto be
miracles are on the way
because of your wonderful
perseverance and attitude.

Libra-Sept. 22-Oct 21
Your energy continues to
amaze your family and
friends. Your mind is sharp,
your heart is open and your
spirit is strong. You have
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Take action on your greatest
dream and move it forward.
The result will be wonderful
growth. You are having so
much fun. We want some
too. Will you teach us?

Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21
Allow the living brilliance of
your own spirit to fully awak-
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your highest dreams and
aspirations. Get in touch with
your most burning desires
and manifest them into reali-
ties. You can do it. Why? It's
because of your'high spirit.
You are an idealist.The world
needs your guidance like
never before. Please keep
your light shining brightly.

Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19
It's time to rejuvenate your-
self. You always work so
hard. It's summer now. Make
a little quality time to do
things you have been putting
off. Now is the time. Today is
the day. Do it now rather
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Jupiter, in Capricorn says that
you deserve to reward your-
self. Then others will want to
help you in your journey.

Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb.18
Sometimes it isn't easy to be
patient with others less
instinctive than you. Do it
anyway. The key for Aquarian
success is to bring those
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Hype
From page B1
0346.
For information 'on
Friday Fest, call Melbourne
Main Street at (321) 724-
1741.

This weekend
Surf guitar: The Danny
Morris Band will perform at
8 p.m. Friday, July 11, at The
Beach Shack, 1 Minutemen
Causeway, Cocoa Beach.
Call (321) 783-2250.
Rock: Vintage will
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and feelings to the surface
and then share them with
close and trusted loved ones
and friends. Now they want
to help you, sometimes
maybe more with actions
than words. Life is good.

Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20
Say this out loud each morn-
ing when you awake and
your day will go much better.
"I give thanks for the gift of
life, my family and my
many blessings. I am so
grateful. Thank you spirit.
Mine is a wonderful life.1 am
so excited about this day. I
will make the best of it and
encourage everyone I meet
and thank them for touching
me. I want to do more!"

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Ave., Melbourne. Call (321)
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Blues: Stoney and the
House Rockers will perform
at 8:30 p.m. Friday, July 11,
at Earl's Hideaway, 1405
Indian River Drive, Sebast--
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, Jazz: Sybil Gage will
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Fifth Ave., Indialantic. Call
(321) 728-5888.
Blues: The Snake Eyes
Band will perform at 8 p.m.
Saturday, July 12, at Sake's
Lounge, 1275 N. Atlantic
Ave., Cocoa Beach. Call
(321) 783-1311.
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Upland Building, State Road
402, just north of Garden
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Tai Chi: 10 a.m. One
Senior Place, 8085 Spyglass
Hill Road, Viera.
Brown Bag Jazz Lunch:
11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. His-
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Car wash and yard sale


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Melbourne. Sponsored by
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*Volunteer orientation: 9
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Humane Society, 1020 Cox
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or older. Call to register
(321) 636-3343.
Free coin and stamp
show: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Eau
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1955 W. New Haven Ave., W.
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Space Coast Jazz Society
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The supreme secret to a happy life


hat is it? It is to
create an open,
WV loving heart, of
course. The universe is all
about energy. We see this
energy in a lightning and
thunderstorm. Energy in
all its forms must be
flowing instead of stuck if it
is to work in a positive way.
We are supposed to be
channels, not depositories,
of the different forms of
energy. Air has to flow in
and out of our lungs. Blood
has to flow unrestricted
through our arteries and
veins. Food must flow
uninterrupted through our
stomachs and intestines. If
any of these channels gets
clogged or blocked, we get
toxic, polluted and sick.
If a stream of water gets
blocked, it will become
polluted, and the fish will
die. The same is true in our
mind, heart and soul. Here
is how it works.
When we eat the wrong
foods, use drugs or alcohol
in excess, or have little
exercise to keep our
muscles strong and nerves
healthy, the body becomes
toxic and begins to break
down. Then, the next thing
that goes is the mind. We
develop hunger and a
feeling of lack. If you don't
feed a baby, it will become
angry and let you know.
Now a war is going on
internally, and a peaceful
life is virtually impossible.


SPIRIT -
GUIDE .
JAMES TUCKEP .,,



The anger then creates
fear and anxiety, which
stems from a feeling of lack
of safety. The hunger and
fear then create sadness
and depression. Now the
mind has become toxic.
This is what keeps the
pharmaceutical companies
in business making little
colorful pills to numb the
sadness, anxiety or hunger
instead of removing the
cause.
This is the world of quick
fixes. Living this outer,
physical and mental toxic
life robs us of our divine
heritage of peace, love,
health, abundance and
happiness. Why? Because
these things don't live in
the mind, they live in the
heart, but they are blocked
and inaccessible.
How can this toxic
existence be changed? It is
fixable. The secret is to
develop the courage to
turn away from the outer,
self-destructive ways and
begin to follow and open
the heart. The heart is the
inner child. It is our
original self. We all start
out as a child; then add the
adult parts as we grow up.
The supreme secret is to


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begin to take care of your
own emotional life first.
There are many blessings
Lhat come from opening
up the heart like this. First,
i opens up and makes
available the energy and
light inside the soul. Your
"channel of truth (spirit)" is
now accessible and
flowing. The visions,
inspirations, fantasies and
dreams sleeping inside the
soul are now awakened.
These are the inner muses
who love to make you
happy. Let them and you
inner child begin to be less
hungry, scared or sad. This
nurturing begins to pop
new ideas, "ahas," and
inspirations into the mind.
Now the mind is finding
new happiness and better
ways to live.
The'new, positive ideas
begin to replace the toxic
thoughts and things being
fed into the body. Give
thanks to the universe.
Your life has been set free.
Everything is flowing again.
Your health is improving.
Your mind is happier. Love
and family relationships
strongly improve. And the
greatest is the gratitude
you now feel for the
sanctity of life. Give thanks
every day. The deep well of
abundance living inside
you since birth has been
brought out and set free.
Take care of your own
and family first. Next, give
back to those who inspired


and encouraged you on
your path. Help them
continue on their way.
Then, teach others to learn
the supreme secret to
living a love-filled, healthy,
abundant and happy life.
You can do it. It's your
destiny, cause and mission.
The sweetest news is that
the best is yet to come.

Soul to soul

View this column online
atwww.myhometown-
news.net. Scroll down, and
click Counselors/Advice on
the left menu.
ContactJames Tucker at
(772) 334-9487,
jtuckxyz@aol.com, or
James Tucker, 4550 N.E.
Indian River Drive, Jensen
Beach, FL 34957. He offers
private readings, home or
office parties, success
coaching and inspirational
group talks for organiza-
tions or clubs.
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Spirit Guide columns from
the past six years are
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Hello, smart shoppers,
this week's column is
for Dr. Anthony Coco
ofVero Beach.
He remembers having
cavatelli his mom made
when he was a small boy
and treasured the recipe
until Hurricane Frances
destroyed his cookbooks.
He requested the recipe, so
he could make it for his
daughter. I don't make
homemade cavatelli since
the company Celantano has
it available in the frozen
food section, and it's as
good, if not better, than
homemade.
My favorite recipe for
cavatelli is with my broccoli
sauce, but it's also delicious
with tomato sauce. Today
we'll make my broccoli
sauce and a quick marinara
sauce with some fishy
additions. Cavatelli looks
like little rolled sea shells
and sell for $1 to $2 a
pound. Different than any
dried pasta, they are chewy
and wonderful with any
sauce.

CAVATELLI WITH
BROCCOLI SAUCE
SERVES 4
1 pound cavatelli
1 bunch fresh broccoli
1/4-cup extra virgin olive
oil
6 large cloves garlic,
chopped
1/4 -teaspoon oregano
1/2 -teaspoon each, salt
and pepper ,
2 cups chicken broth,
homemade or canned
Dash of crushed red
pepper
5 or 6 sprigs fresh Italian


Calendar
From page B3
Ocean Ave., fr;-Melbourne
Beach. Benefits Brevard Art
Museum. Call to reserve,
(321) 242-0737.

MONDAY, JULY 14

Springboard diving:
7:30 to 8!30 a.m. Offered by
Titusville swim team for the
summer. Call to register.
(321) 383-9915.
Dog Days of Summer
Camp for Kids: 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. through July 18, Cen-
tral Brevard Humane Soci-
ety Shelter, 1020 Cox Road,
Cocoa, for children aged 9 to
13.
Heat safety for adults:
For older adults 11 a.m.,
One Senior Place, 8085 Spy-
glass Hill Road, Viera. (321)
751-6771.
Summer swim camp: 4
to 5 p.m. through July 31.
Offered by Titusville Swim
Team. Session is two weeks
long. Call (321) 383-9915.
Summer novice swim
team: 5 to 6 p.m. through
Aug. 1. Call to register. (321)
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Register for primary


ROMANCING
THE STOVE 4
with the
Grammy Guru -
ARLENE BORG

parsley, chopped
Grated Romano cheese

Cook pasta in a large pot
of boiling lightly salted
water.
Meanwhile, cut florets off
broccoli and separate into
small bite-size pieces.
Blanch and freeze the stems
and several little florets for
soup. Soak broccoli in cold
salted water for a few
minutes, drain, rinse and
simmer in small amount of
boiling water, about three
minutes. Drain and reserve.
Saut6 half the garlic in oil
until golden. Add next four
ingredients. Simmer for 10
minutes.
Add remaining garlic,
parsley and broccoli. Cook
until broccoli is very tender.
Serve over cavatelli or any
pasta of your choice.
Soup bowls are best since
the sauce is wonderful.
Sprinkle with grated
Romano cheese and enjoy.


BASIC MARINARA
SAUCE
SERVES 4
Marinara sauce.is fast,
easy and good for you. The
word "marinara" means
"from the sea." This is a
sauce that is delicious plain
and also welcomes the
addition of seafood.
1/4-cup extra virgin olive


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4 large basil leaves, tor
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4 or 5 sprigs fresh Italian
parsley (chopped) or 2
teaspoons dried
Salt, pepper and crushed
red pepper to taste
1 pound of pasta
*Thanks to a reader who
noticed basil was not
included in my recipe.
Saute garlic in the oil. Add
remaining ingredients,
except the pasta; cover and
simmer for 30 minutes;
stirring occasionally.

CRABS MARINARA
(NIB)
You must remove the
outer shell and the "dead
man." Plunge the crabs into
boiling water for just a few
minutes until dead or place
them in the freezer, the cold
will put them to sleep before
they expire. Place in water,
grab the little "handle" on
the bottom of the shell, it
(the shell) will come off
easily.
I don't like the greenish-
brown stuff inside the body
so I wash it away. In a
lobster, it's called tomalley.
I'm not sure but it's proba-
bly called the same thing; if
you'd like it in your sauce,
be my guest.
The "dead men" are long'
stringy pieces on the body
of the crab. They are not


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edible and should be
removed.
Follow the recipe for basic
marinara, adding 1 small
can tomato paste. Allow at
least two crabs per person.
Add crabs to prepared sauce
and cook about 15 minutes.
If sauce is too thick, add a
little water or bottled clam
juice.
There is a small amount
of meat in the body, and
claws and the legs are
delicious. Lightly bite as you
work your way down the leg,
sucking out all those
delectable little morsels.
Serve with linguini or
spaghetti.

LOBSTER IN MARI-
NARA SAUCE (NIB)
SERVES 4
When you're out enjoying
lobster, ask the server to put
the shells in a doggie bag.
Next comes the question.
"What you are going to do
with them?" Then comes
the story of the delicious
lobster sauce while they're
scribbling down the recipe.
Prepfor a basic Marinara
sauce. Add shells and cook
for about 20 minutes.
Remove and discard any
meatless shells. Using a
biting-sucking technique,


you can extract delicious
morsels of meat from the
little legs. Feel extravagant?
Use a whole lobster.
When a recipe is not in
my cookbook, it will have
(NIB) next to the title.
For an autographed
cookbook, "Romancing The
Stove with the Grammy
Guru,"send $19.50 ($15-


book, $1-tax, $3.50 for
shipping and handling) For
multiple books sent to one
address, it's $3.50 S&Hfor
one book, add $2 postage for
each additional book ($15
plus $2). Send to:Arlene M.
Borg, 265 S. W Port St. Lucie
Blvd., No. 149, Port St. Lucie,
FL 34984.
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Florida Tea: 11:30 a.m.
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AB LOUNGE Ultra- Exer-
ciser, like new, $50 firm,
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AIR COMPRESSOR-
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240 volt, 15 amps, like
new, $200, 321-631-1474
AWNINGS, Clamshell-
exc cond. (1) 7'3"x4'6",
(1) 4'x4'6", $200
772-664-4850 Micco
BED, FULL- Pillowtop,
frame/bedding $100, Cof-
fee/2 end tables w/ lamps
$100, 321-728-1739
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BEDS, Twin- (2), w/metal
headboards, frames, box
springs, & mattresses,
$98 each, 321-574-5286
BIKE- Little Girls, 16";
Malibu Barbie, purple &
white, excellent condition,
$20, 321-253-1823
BIKES- Mens $40, Wom-
ens $20, 2 trikes $5ea,
crib w/mattress $45, play-
pen $15, 321-729-9915
BISTRO SET- Heavy 3
piece, black, nice, $100,
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BLINDS- beige Faux
wood, Asst sizes 5 total,
$25all, 352-540-0333/
352-455-2218 NoBrev
CAMERA- Pentax Asahi
K1000, F2 lens & F4
zoom lens, case, exc
cond $160, 321-268-0315
CHAIR, Rocking- Large,
solid wood, -excellent
condition, $50, Office
chair, $20, 321-757-0797
CHAIR, WICKER- Anti-
que, with cushion, $50, 1
old tent & 1 large tent
$75, 321-676-2911
CHAIRS, CAPTAINS-
Antique wood, (4), $40
all, 321-254-2940 SoBrev
CHINA CABINET- 72hx
48wx16d, lighted, glass
doors & shelves, $100,
321-951-1451 SoBrev
CHINA HUTCH- old,
glasstop, 1 coat of paint,
Total Gym 1000 used,
$50ea, 321-779-9171
COMPUTER- used 3
months, attaches to TV,
printer included, $150,
321-773-3506 SoBrev
DALE EARNHARDT
Fleer Ultra Card 97 ,50.
Brett Faure Rookie Card
$30 firm. 321-446-4289
DESK- in good condition,
on wheels, $30,
631-875-8063 SoBrev
DINASOUR Collection-
w/accessories, son out-
grew theme, excellent
cond $175, 321-549-3367
DOG KENNELS- 1 plas-
tic small $7, 1 Medium
$10, 321-952-9054
DRESSER, Set of 3
maple dresser 41"tall, 32"
tall", & 50" tall tower,
$195all, 321-751-0066
DRESSER, WICKER-
white, w/mirror, night-
stand, excellent condi-
tion, $200, 321-459-9388


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speed, table model,
$100/obo, 772-589-7161
IR
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new condition, $125,
321-757-3669 SoBrev
DUMBELLS, (1) 401b, &
(1) 301b, $5 each,
321-773-5807 SoBrev
ENTERTAINMENT CEN-
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321-890-8112 SoBrev
FITNESS GEAR Inver-
sion Table- fully adjusta-
ble, heavy duty unit, new
cond, $75, 321-952-8324
FREEZER, Whirlpool-
chest, 06', 4x2x3, white,
$150obo, 321-676-6133
GIFT VOUCHERS- Mar-
riott hotel at Lake Buena
Vista 2day/night escape,
$125 all, 321-373-5460
GOLF BALLS- (600),
used, good condition,
$.10 each, 321-773-0621
GOLF CLUBS- Wilson
Fat Shaffts Irons, 3-PW,
Like New, $125,
321-259-2785 SoBrev
GUITAR, Esteban- black,
acoustic/electric, 10watt
amp, dvd instructions,
new, $160, 321-984-8774
HEADBOARD, BRASS-
for a Full/Queen bed,
$150, 321-984-2160
JACKET, MOTORCY-
CLE- Joe Rocket Ballis-
tic, mens small, $90,
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LAWN MOWER Riding
Murray 12.5HP w/bagger,
40" cut. speed. Gd cond
$200. 321-727-7372
LAWNMOWER, GAS-
push, 21", like new,
mulch or rear bag, $80,
772-664-8025 Micco
LIGHTS, Fluorescent- 4',
(2), $20, Walker with
wheels, holds 400lbs,
$20, 321-724-4854
PATIO SET- glasstop
table & side table, 60x39,
chairs, ottomans, lounge,
$100, 321-757-3610
PHONE, PANASONIC-
cordless phone, 900mhz,
excellent cond, with man-
ual, $15, 321-777-1543
PRINTER, HP Laserjet 5
commercial grade, exc.
cond. $75. 321-757-5435


RANGE, GE- self clean-
ing, Desay DVD $15,
Panasonic VCR, $25,
321-676-0779 SoBrev
RECLINER, Wall O Way,
soft green, $80, Glider
Rocker w/footrest, med
green $50, 321-254-0078
REFRIGERATOR Ken-
more 18cu.ft. w/ice mak-
er, almond. $95. 407-
620-2813 (I.H.B.)
REFRIGERATOR, Ken-
more- side by side, $125,
GE Dishwasher, like new,
$25, 321-242-1104
REFRIGERATOR, Whirl-
pool- 21.7 cu ft, w/ ice
maker, white, $200,
321-432-4552
RIMS- with hubcaps for
F-250, 16x7, 8 lug, like
new, $199, 321-480-2784
ROCKER, LANE- Swivel
Recliner, Tan $125, Bot-
tom line fishing buddy
1200, $50, 321-676-5921
SADDLE, COLLIGATE-
all purpose, 17", black,
$195, 321-255-3315
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SLEEPER SOFA- full
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color, used once. $160,
561-906-6669 SoBrev
SLIDE PROJECTOR-
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trays 6 for $5, Octagon
table, $25, 321-773-0814
SOFABED, Queensize-
clean, attractive, salmon/
peach color, $125obo,
321-724-1312 SoBrev
STORAGE CONTAIN-
ERS- 48, 32, 21 Gal.
$20, Rubbermaid 2 shelf
$25, 321-728-5884
STOVE & Microwave/
convection oven, 30" GE
Cooktop, both $150obo,
321-266-0573 SoBrev
STOVE, ELECTRIC, 30",
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772-664-2445 Micco
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TEM- Audio/Video, $95,
Small Fender Amp, $95,
321-777-4153 SoBrev


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top. 39x65, solid light
oak, like new, $200,
321-259-2233 SoBrev
TONNEAU COVER- Ex-
tang, soft, fits 04-06
GMAC Canyon, reg/ext
bed, $100, 321-724-6059
TOWBAR- With cables,
Remco, stays on moto-
rhome, used twice, new,
$175, 321-777-1399
TROY-BILT- Attach
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trimmer, like new, $30,
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TV, SAMSUNG- 52" Pro-
jection, $150 obo,
321-727-0687 SoBrev
TV- 25"; Color console,
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saw, electric, B&D $25,
exc cond. 321-259-1948
WALKER, Medical- Ad-
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WATER COOLER- Sun-
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$50, 321-773-9685
WHEELBARROW- 4 cu
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spreader $15, excellent
condition, 321-725-1944
WHEELS, SACCI- 17",
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NORTH CAROLINA:
Best Buy in the Moun-
tainsl Bryson City.
2.5acs., overlooking
Smoky Mountain Na-
tional Park, paved road,
easily accessible. Ow-
ner financing. $55,00.
Owner 1-800-810-1590
www.wildcatknob.com
SATELLITE BEACH.
Cleared canal front,
ready to. build. In the
Moorings. New Seawall
and Dock. Custom house
plans avail. $ 374,900.
866-674-1369
VERO BEACH 35 Acres
with 1 home. Residential
zoned, perfect for sub
division. 1.2 miles NW of
Indian River Mall. 3.5
Million 772-532-1799
WEST KENTUCKY- Tro-
phy deer hunting/recrea-
tional ground. 25,000ac.
60ac to 3,600ac tracts.
80ac lake, rolling hills,
hardwoods, pasture. Low
taxes, starting $1600/ac.
Owner 270-556-3576
270-703-7234



BAREFOOT BAY 2/2
Never lived in. Structure
3 Mfg Home with Huge
screened porch,- front.
kitchen. A Must See!
Reduced to $83K.
Sebastian River Realty
772-633-0351 or
772-664-4000
CANAVERAL GROVES,
No qualifying! Owner fi-
nancel $2000 down or
$10,995 cash. 3/2, newly
remodeled, new AC.
321-636-6627 See www.
floridamobilehomes.
bravehost.com
COCOA -CEDAR Lakes,
3/2 split plan, new cent.
heat & air, plush carpet &
tile, roomy Ir. & master
area. carport, attached
shed, appl. $45,000.
321-591-1417


COCOA Cedar Lakes 3/2
split plan, new central
heat & air, plush carpet &
tile, roomy living room &
master area, carport, at-
tached shed, appl's.
$45,000.321-591-1417

WHY RENT
FORT PIERCE Spanish
Lakes Fairways 55+ 2/2
new sinks.& vanity. New
appliances, screen lanai,
Carpet & flooring, Asking
$7500 561-512-4936
FORT PIERCE- Spanish
Lakes CCV 55+ 2/2 furn,
FL rm, Carport, shed
new W/D, carpet & ref.\
Free golf, large pool, clbh
$19,900 772-489-5670
.MELBOURNE 2Br/2Ba
55+ comm. Lamplighter
Village. Pool, club house,
tennis, $14,000 / OBO
321-775-4038 afternoons
or 321-253-3308 all day.
MELBOURNE Tropical
Haven completely reno-
vated 2BR/ 1BA, 2 car-
ports w/ awnings, Screen
room, $20,998 call
321-544-7137





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lighter Village, Very nice
2br/2ba/cp, $14,000
Property Showcase
407-453-8412 or
Sales people needed!


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2-br/2-ba fully furnished.
New vinyl roof, FL room,
appliances includes W/D,
2 sheds, storm windows
thru-out. Private active
community. Lighted
Fishing Dock, New
clubhouse, pool. Asking
$12,000. 904-814-7508
904-692-2600


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Agreement CORP
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55+ 2/2 with appliances.,
New roof. Carport, 2
sheds. Pool, community
center. 12,0001neg
772-589-3460
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Sale!!! Modular, Mobile,
& Stilt homes. 0% Down
when you own your own
land. FREE Color Bro-
chures. 800-622-2832

PEOPLE'S
CHOICE
MOBILE HOME
SALES
Offering 25
listings.
55+ community.
2/3 BR, 2 BA
from $24,900 to
$85,000
For comfortable living,
call Linda
321-984-9491
or Cathie
321-727-3446

SNUG HARBOR LAKES
55+ Unfurnished 2/2
Ready for occupancy.
Reduced from $104K to
$73,900 Sebastian River
Realty 772-633-0351 or
772-664-4000
VERO BEACH Great
house, must see! 55+
.gated comm. pool,
tennis. 2/2 loads of
upgrades. STEAL ITI
$49,950 772-352-7257



BEAUTIFUL WESTERN
North Carolina! Prices/
Interest Rates All Time
Low. Call for Free Color
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Incentives. Cherokee
Mountain Realty GMAC
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800-841 -5868
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BLAIRSVILLE, GA: Cha-
let style, lbr/1.5ba, Loft
area, Lge kitchen, Fur-
nished, .87 acre, exc.
cond. Tranquil setting &
Goldfish Pond. $169,000.
Mike, Julia Meadows RE
706-400-8870 / 897-0443
www.GAMountainHomes.
net
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GEORGIA 5.99 AC
Mountain Lot in Jasper,
North GA. Mtn. Views,
Owner Financing Availa-
ble. $65,900 Owner
Agent. 770-654-6812
Southern Heritage Land


GEORGIA
Central Georgia
23 AC $49,900
Creek, small pond,
paved road, planted
pine, hardwoods.
Other tracts available.
404-362-8244
St. Regis Paper Co.
www.streglspaper.com
GEORGIA, NORTH.
3/3/1, 3990 sqft on 4 ac.
top of Sand Mtn. Central
AC/Heat. 25 miles S. of
Chattanooga. Wood
floors, walls. Finished
,basement w/full bath.
Metal roof w/dormers.
Walk around covered
porch. Creek. Gas log FP
w/thermostat. $255,000.
772-785-6800
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GEORGIA VIDALIA- 22
acres Old Farm Land.
3-br mobile home. Small
ond, deep well, good,
hunting. $99,000.
772-464-3891
772-521-9121
LAND SALE Steinhatch-
ee, FL $500 Down. Great
Hunting & Fishing. For
more info, email:
dherring@wildblue.net or
call 352-542-7835 cell:
352-356-1099
Lovely 4BR/2.5Ba, 2400
square foot home on
approx. 2 acres in Perry,
Fla. Beautiful pool & pa-
tio area w/tall privacy
fence, Gazebo with hot
tub. $229,000. Call
1-386-658-3378 or cell
1-386-208-2589 (fsbo)
LOWEST PRICE Land in
the U.S. Own a piece of
the Wild West! 160 acres
$299/ac ($47,800) Near
Gov't Land Perfect for
RV's, Hunting Wyom-
ing. Low Down, Seller
Financing Bob (Owner)
1-925-210-0560
MID TENNESSEE
MOUNTAINS
5 Acres Beautiful cabin
site w/woods & river ac-
cess. 1/2 hour North of
Cookeville. $22,900. Low
down. Owner financing.
931-839-6141
N.C.: Best Buy in the
Mountains! Bryson City.
2.5 acres, overlooking
Smoky Mountain Na-
tional Park, paved road,
easily accessible, own-
er financing. $55,000.
Owner 1-800-810-1590
www.wildcatknob.com
NC MOUNTAIN Home-
sites from $243/mol'
Gated, Paved, Under-
ground Utilities, Ameni-
ties. Excellent Financing
Available Call toll free:
1-877-890-5253 Ext.
4086 www.seeriverhigh-
landsnc.com 'monthly
payment of $243.26
based upon purchase
price of $49,900 w/90%
financed @ 6.5% via 3 yr
interest only loan.


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New log cabin 'shell
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$99,900. Acreage availa-
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mountain streams. Free
brochure.
Call 1-828-652-8700


NC LOG CABIN
MUST SELL-REDUCED
Beautiful 2BR/ 2BA, fully
furnished w/ wrap-around
deck & hot tub. Like Newl
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$21 OK to $259K.
1-828-894-7069 see pics
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NORTH CAROLINA
MOUNTAINS
Easy to finish new log
cabin shell on 1.7 acres,
$89,900. 2-5 acre water-
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$99,900. Easy access
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NORTH CENTRAL FL
3br/3bth .5+ acre 3044sf.
all NEW. Below value
$220,000. Co-owner agent
Call 386-288-5678 or
386-288-9158 www.
owners.com/WTT2544
NORTH FLORIDA LAND
1,955acs in Jefferson Co.
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hardwood bottoms & cut-
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NORTH FL ACREAGE SMOKY MOUNTAINS TENNESSEE
Beautiful wooded land near Gatlinburg TN Buy Live your dream!
and homesites in a owner. Large Homesites 1+ acre wooded home-
peaceful setting near Tal- w/gorgeous views of the site from $127/month.
laiassee. $2,100/acre. Smokies. City water, un- Complete house & Land
Call 866-433-9964 derground utilities & Package $124,900. De-
OCEANVIEW was $600K deeded river access. veloped Community, Util-
Now $399K 4 bedrooms, From $26,900. Owner fi- cities & Clubhouse. Close
3 baths, 3-stories, built nanced with $2,690 down to Shopping, Schools &
2006. 3600 sq.ft., wood & $281/month. Call own- Medical. Owner financing
cabinets/flooring, car- er 1-386-228-5756 w/low down payment.
peting, pond. Financing SOUTHEAST TENNES- 1-888-811-2168
available. 386-566-7239, SEE Beautiful Mountain TENNESSEE MOUN-
386-677-3511 Development; Gated, TAIN Acreage 2 acre
AFFORDABLE HOMES secluded, paved roads, Beautiful Homesite, Mil-
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STARTING AT A$99,. lots, Wooded' 5 Acres Utilities, Overlooking the
STARTING AT 99.000. & up; 4 miles from 1-24. Tennessee River. Close
1150sf3/2, 1c e rlot.3 4 2 3- 9 49- 6 8 87 to Marina, Schools, &
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MALABAR Single room.
Furnished. 4Br/2B home
Share amenities, kitchen.
cable. $450/mo. plus se-
curity. 321-984-0137
MELBOURNE room with
full house priv. HBO,.
Cinemax, TV in room.
Quiet, mature, non
smoking, non drinking
home. M/F $100/wk +
deposit 321-412-4825
PALM BAY 3br/2ba
home. Full house privi-
leges. N/S $500 incl. all
utilities, phone internet,
W/D & cable, close to
FIT, BCC & shopping.
321-837-1289
PALM BAY SE to share
new home. 3Br/2Ba $450
mo. includes private bath,
cable, Internet & utilies
321-952-9529 .
SE PALM BAY Female
seeks same to share
4Br/2Ba home. Pool, spa,
private yard, W/D, furn.
S,Background/ref. re-
quested, util. incl.
$135/wk 321-724-2165



COCOA BEACH Condo
2Br/1Ba All remodeled,
tile/wood floors. Granite
counters, pool, $900/mo
includes water & cable,
321-795-9957
Eau Gallle 1Br Apt. at
West Over Pines, Many
Extras, No Pets, Credit
Check $545/ mo.
321-254-0997

FORT PIERCE, High
Point, 55+, Lg 1 Br/ 1-1/2
Ba, scrn back patio, laun-
dry rm. Gated comm w/
active clubhouse, htd
pool. $600/mo f+ sec un-
furn. 772-337-3317
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MELBOURNE You've
arrived! 2BR/2BA Up-
graded kitchen & baths.
Fresh paint, fitness ctr,
pool, tennis. $950/mo.
Cypress Cove, Lighthouse
Investments. 321-505-4266
MELBOURNE 1/1 Nice
duplex, new paint, quiet
st., Wickham/Aurora area
$575/incls. W/D, water,
trash, pest.321-693-2784
www.Your-Castle.biz
MELBOURNE 1BR start-
ing $600/mo. 2BRs start-
ing$700/mo. Gov't/ Milita-
ry Disc. 321-890-3186
MELBOURNE 2BR/1BA.
Shared pool & hottub.
Wood floors, near shop-
ping & schools. $750/mo
+$500sec. 321-557-4099
MELBOURNE APTS.
Close to Holmes Region-
al Nice loci area 1BR
$550, 2BR $700. 1 month
free rent 407-929-0284
or 321-704-7188
MELBOURNE BEACH
lbr/lba, lower unit,55+
single to share same, pri-
vate home furn. river &
beach access, cable, wa-
ter, w/d, garage, hot tub.
$700 mo. split elec. 1st &
last, $200 dep. & ref.
321-728-9151
MELBOURNE- 2BD/1BA
cent a/c, off No. Babcock,
quiet charming neigh-
bood, good schools.
$600/mo. 321-543-2990
MELBOURNE/Eau Gallie
area apt. Small furnished,
Clean, quiet, no pets.
$500/mo. Drug free envi-
ronment. 321-254-4229
MERRITT ISLAND- Peli-
can Cove 2/1, $800/mo.
$500 deposit. 1/1,
$700/mo. $400 deposit.
407-350-5293
PALM BAY SE, spacious
2/1 apt. Country setting,
Italian tile, no pets, w/d
hook-up, $650/mo. & se-
curity. 321-544-6140
PALM BAY: 2br/2ba
overlooks pool area, in-
cludes appliances, W/D.
Panoramic view of area,
screen back porch, tile
$775 Keith 407-893-3728
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VERO BEACH

!!IULY & AUG FREE!
(w/approved credit)
1 BR/1BA..................$500
2BR/1 BA..................$600
2BR/1.5BA Deluxe
Washer & Dryer....$750
$750 (Secult Deposit)
wlapproeal
MOVE-IN
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772-778-9882
712-538-4817
SEBASTIAN NEW
COMMUNITY. Put your
tax relief check to good
use. $600 moves you in.
Beautiful & Spacious 3/2.
Only a few units left!!!
Don't miss outll Limited
time offer. Call us today
772-581-4440. Income
Restrictions Apply.
SEBASTIAN CONDO
Newer 1st floor 3BR/2BA.
Appl's, Whirlpool tub, gat-
ed comm., pool, fitness
center, small pet ok, con-
venient to US1. $900
/mo. 860-395-4122 Ownr
SEBASTIAN: 1BR/1BA,
Screened Lanai. A/C.
South Indian River Dr.
Convenient location,
$650/mo. Call Tom
863-983-8064
VERO BEACH: Cute
2br/2ba, large screen
porch + patio. Centrally
located. Small pet ok.
$700/rmo or Neg. Avail
mid July 772-538-3682
VERO BEACH: Move in
special Newly remod-
eled. Ibr & 2br from
$575. Tile, New appl.
Close to Beaches, Parks
& Rest. 772-563-0013
VIERA The Greens,
3br/2ba, includes washer/
dryer, community pool,
gym, available 7/01,
1,010/mo. 321-266-147

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FL ACREAGE Beautiful
wooded land & home-
sites in a peaceful setting
near Tallahassee, $2,100
\acre. 1-866-756-2286
TENNESSEE Mountain
River Property. 5+acre
mountain view/S59,000.
Cabin on 16 acres river/
mountain views/
$159,000. 138 acres/
$289,000. 310 acres mtn/
river property $2,800/
acre 1-888-836-8439
TENNESSEE
MOUNTAINS
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Homesites in Scenic East
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BAREFOOT BAY 2/2
Furn/unfurn sparkling
clean. Florida room.
Fenced yard. Small pet
OK, $725/mo No
smokers, 772-388-6606
DAYTONA BEACH-
2 bedroom annual rentals
in beautiful communities
from $600/month. Call
386-290-1225 or visit
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EDGEWATER/ WATER-
FRONT. Fish on dock on
canal to intracoast clean
2/1 beauty furn. W/D.
6mo-lyr. $750-$1000. 1st
&sec. 386-424-9341
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FORT PIERCE- 4/2
$925./monthly Security
deposit of $925. reqd. No
pets, modern home with
wood firs thru-out Avail
7/1- 772-621-8385
MELBOURNE Downtown
area off US1, rooms
2-3br/2ba, 1250sf. work-
shop w/power & air. Ideal
for in home business,
commercially zoned.
$995/mo. 413-684-1436
MELBOURNE VILLAGE
Architect home in
woods, 3/2 2,400sqft.
acre, remodel, hot tub,
pond, fruit trees, Pets Ok.
$1,275/mo 727-421-8571
MELBOURNE: Com-
pletely remodeled, every-
thing new, tile throughout
2br/lba/cp, scrn porch,
fenced yard. $900/mo
321-508-9004
MELBOURNE: Holly-
wood Estates, 55+, Fur-
nished 2/2/cp, W/D scrn
rm, comm. pool & club-
house $795 incl's cable &
garbage 321-258-9203
NE PALM BAY- clean,
small 3 bdrm, 1.5 bath.
Florida room, appliances.
$690/ mo. first, last & se-
curity. no pets.
321-723-7727
PALM BAY New 3/2/2.
Large family rm & kitch-
en, deluxe master, win-
dow treatments, pets ok
$800/mo. All Florida
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FORD CROWN Victoria VOLVO V40 2000 74K
ARCTIC CAT ATV CADILLAC CTS '06. All '01 police interceptor, miles, Silver. Exc. Cond.
300 CC, 2 WD, runs and the, upgrades Leather, new tires & battery 33/25 mpg., Fully loaded,
looks good, $2000 navigation system, 18" $4100.772-708-0225 Leather Int., Moon Roof.
321-427-1895 or chrome wheels with low FORD MUSTANG 2000 $7300 321-779-8824
321-729-8468 profile tires, spoiler, up- convertible. Red auto
HONDA FOREMAN: 03' graded chrome grill, sun- old A/C. Great MPG
4x4, low miles, ITP roof, 6 speaker Bose IPOD ready. Good cond
chrome wheels, very nice stereo, XM ready. Cold $7200/obo 772-713-6819
$3,500 321-258-1533 AC, extremely clean L$CASH NOW$
$22,999.'772-569-8458 HYUNDAI XG350L- '05, 4 junk cars trucks
YERF DOG Go Cart- sunroof, loaded, blue, Pa unTorllar Nowl
Red, Bench Seat, Fits 2 CHEVY CAVALIER '00 excellent condition, Paying Top Dollar Nowickup
adults. Garage Kept. 4door,4cyl. auto, colda/c 35,500 niles. $11,900. 3FREE Picup
Good Condition. $450 Nicel $3395. Call Ticket 321-574-0628 321-508-1924
321-536-9722 to Ride 321-446-7782 JAGUAR XTYPE 2.5L DONATE A Car- Help
iC H2003, 5 speed, exc. cond. Children Fighting Diabe-
,RI CHEVY CAVALIER '97 well maintained, leather tes. Fast, Free, Towing.
5 speed, 4 cylinder, pow- $13,000 321-633-1614 Call 7 days/week. Non
1928 Ford Model A- er steering & brakes, JP W: -Runners OK. Tax De-
Rdst/rumble seat, show 88K/ mi. great on gas. JEEP WRANGLER: 06' ductible. Call Juvenile
car, dozens of trophies, $2,650. 321-984-9987 White, speed, 4x4, Exc Diabetes Research Foun-
fully dressed up. $25K condition. 15,000 miles, dation. 1-800-578-0408
386-846-1698 Good gas mileage.
386-846-1698 CHEVY CELEBRITY: $17,500 772-209-1010 DONATE YOUR CAR-
1929 PONTIAC 4-door 1989, 4 cyl, good on gas, Veteran's Lodging, Inc.
sedan. Very original & new parts, no rust, good KIA RONDO-LX 2007 Help support homeless
complete. Runs & drives, condition. $1500 Firm. Red, 1800 mi, Factory veterans & victims of nat-
6-cyl split head engine w 321-459-2677 Days only. Warranty, Beauty. ural disasters It's Fast &
overhaul, honeycomb $13,988 or best offer. Easy. Receive a 3 Va-
radiator. $7500/obo or CHEV CORVETTE '01 321-784-3748 cation certificate. Call be-
trade. 386-871-8663 Auto trans,'2 hard tops, LINCOLN TOWN CAR fore the tax year ends.
BUICK CONVERTIBLE Bright Red with Black int. '97 Executive. Only 37K 1-800-841-6225
83'. Riviera. Great shape. 30500 k mi., Exc. Cond. miles. White/Blue $6,400 WANTED JUNK CARS
White, Wine Top. A/C $21,000 321-626-6215 OBO 321-452-7778 Running or not $150 &
plus extras. $6900 up. We pay cash 24-hrs.
772-299-0066/532-5722 DONATE A Car Today to MERCURY Grand Mar- 321-631-0111
CHEVY CORVETTE '77 help children & their fami- quis LS 96, Exc. Cond.
matching vins, T tops, lies suffering from Can- 121K mi, New AC & ,
tilt/tele, Redblack, 92K ce. Free Towing. Tax more. Leather, 18/28
mi. $9750. 321-725-1966 Deductible. Children's mpg. $2800 i i
or 321-591-2833 Cancer Fund of America, 321-574-0836 J '..,..! i.. I
Inc. 1-800-469-8593
DATSUN 280Z 2+2 1980 www.ccfoa.org NISSAN MAXIMA GLE Highlightyour
5 speed original car. ______ ______ '96 Black, exc. cond.gHight your
Under 100K mi. A/C, pw, DONATE YOUR CAR To moon roof, blk leather, cd ad and get it sold
new tires. Nice car. American Association for player, spoiler, $3200.
$4,200 321-514-9499 Cancer Research Sav- 321-536-1438 fast
tc. d- 1i^''". t thing Lives Through Re- PONTIAC GRAND PRIX Whether Buying
V search. Fast/ Free Tow- '07, grey, spoiler, auto- or Selling we are
VISIT OUR ing, Non-Runners OK. matic, 6 cyl, auto start,
ONLINE SITE Tax Deductible. Call 7 exc. condition $15,900. your total source
www.HometownNewsOL.com days/wk 1-800-728-0801 772-562-3321 for classified!
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High Definition Slide EL CAMINO- '74 auto 2005. 22/29 MPG. Exc.
Shows and more lo miles, good shape Cond. White/Tan $9000 866-894-0442
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866-894-0442 321-637-1979 62.7 thousand mi Classified 866-894-0442
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MELBOURNE 2bdrm/
bath. Cute home with
enclosed porch, $675/
month. Intracoastal Re-
alty 321-255-1661
PALM BAY ALL AREAS
2, 3, & 4br's. TH's, du-
plexes & houses. Start @
$600/mo up to $2000/mo.
Avail NOWI Woodlake
Realtylnc. 321-723-8700
PALM BAY NE 3/2/1 De-
sirable nghbrhd, close to
everything. Fenced yard.
Lg enclosed Florida room
$750/mo. 321-253-9166
PALM BAY NE 5Br/3Ba
home. All util. yard, maid
& pool svc inc. $2000/
mo. 321-427-3003 or
321-729-8468
PALM BAY SE 3/2/1
Fenced. Move In Ready!
$795/mo. includes lawn
care. Call Broad Realty
321-258-5916
PALM BAY SE -Rent to
Own, almost new CBS
3BR/2BA/2 Car Garage.
$900/mo. No pets.
Call WD Webb Realty
321-723-3311
PORT ORANGE Charm-
ing 2br/2ba/2cg with pool.
Comply. remodeled, All
Appl's, W/D Great loca-
tion. $1150/mo No Pets.
860-305-7738/ 386-693-
4011 See photos at
www.HometownNewsOL
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TAIN Acreage Breathtak-
ing Views. Streams, Cab-
ins. Owner Financing,
Call 1-888-939-2968
WEST KENTUCKY- Tro-
phy deer -,. ', '
tional groL.r-.- 2:5 '.,' :
60ac to 3,600ac tracts.
80ac lake, rolling hills,
hardwoods, pasture. Low
taxes, starting $1600/ac.
Owner 270-556-3576
270-703-7234
WESTERN NC Mountain
properties cabins homes,
acreage & investment
property. Views & creeks.
Free color brochure.
Western Carolina Real
Estate Company, Inc.
Murphy, NC. www.
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1-800-924-2635






ROCKLEDGE. 3BR/2BA,
1-car garage. Includes
lawn care & washer
/dryer. $900/mo. + se-
curity. 321-638-8751
Satellite Beach -
3 Months FREE RENTI*
Lg 2BR Completely Ren-
ovated. Walk to beach &
New Lowes Shopping
Center. From $800/mo.
305-490-9989
SATELLITE BEACH -
3bdrm/2bath, 1700sq.ft.
2 blocks to beach,
$1200/mo. Call Michelle
Foden, Intracoastal Real-
ty 321-255-1661
VERO BEACH 3/3/2
+den, Castaway Cove,
walk to beach, pool, spa,
fireplace, immaculate.
786-210-3563
VERO BEACH 3BR/2BA
home. 2196 53 Av. New
carpet & floor coverings.
$1195/mo. 2BR apt,
partially furn. $675/mo -
1BR apt, partially furn
$575/mo Efficiencies
from $500/mo RENNICK
REALTORS
772 562-5015
W. MELBOURNE Safe
neighborhood, 3BR home
Lrg yard. Non- smoker.
$799/mo. 321-917-2471

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FORT PIERCE 4/3.5/1
River Oak Luxurious
upscale townhown fully
furnished. All appliances.
Pool & playground.
$1200 772-460-0301
INDIANLANTIC: Ocean-
side Village, Furn
2br/2.5ba Resort like
amenities. $1300/mo
Paradise Prop of Bre-
vard, Virginia Bocinsky
321-723-8154
MERRITT ISL New town-
homes, 3/2.5/1cg 2,000sf
wood firs, crown molding,
screen porch, pool.Lease
/lease purchase $1300-
$1475/mo. 321-543-7677


MELBOURNE 2bdrm/
bath Duplex with laun-
dry hookup. Clean, cute,
nice area; $650/month.
Call Intracoastal Realty
321-255-1661
SEBASTIAN- 112 Dahl
Ave. 3/2 central A/C, big
yard, quiet neighborhood.
W/D hookup. $895/mo
F/S. 305-338-4527
SEBASTIAN. 2/211
Screen porch, Fenced
yard. Nice neighborhood.
mall pet(s) ok. First
month and security.
$800/mo. 772-589-9166

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PORT ST JOHN: +/- 2
acres, zoned light in-
dustrial, site & building
plans, 21,000 sf, office &
warehouse condos.
$395,000 321-433-0274
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Melbourne Bch MOTEL:
Direct oceanfront, Seek-
ing Partner $35,000 Will
Handle 321-745-0199
PALM BAY 4-PLEX In-
dian River area. Live in
one, rent the others
$380,000. Call for De-
tails. 321-987-2435


INDIAN HARBOUR
BEACH. ONE FREE
MONTH. Professional
Office Space, 935 sq ft.
Frontage on S. Patrick
Dr. Lighted signage. No
CAM. $825/mo.
1-866-674-1369


Downtown Eau Gallie, PORT ST JOHN: Office ,
Busy Highland Ave, retail Retail, or Professional,
or artist space in estab- 675 square feet. Interior
lished business. $450/mo Finished $900/mo
utilities incl. 321-609-1749 321-433-0274 See photo
www.HometownNewsOL.
MELBOURNE: Space com ad #33630
avail, warehouse 2700
sqft including 15x20 of- PORT ST JOHN: Office,
fice space, located in Retail, or Professional,
downtown. 321-956-0473 1,350 square feet Interi-
321-727-1378 or Finished $1,500/mo
VERO BEACH- 1200 321-433-0274 See photo:
square foot retail store wwwor a # 332e e
front available. High traf-co ad #33629
fic area. Also available
self storage units.
772-263-2494

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NC home Maggie Valley
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pets/smokers. Phone,
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850-449-0035
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HARLEY DAVIDSON '99
Dyna Wide Glide. Lots of
chrome, 5 spd, Corbin
seat, Vance & Hines
pipes, 9,200K/mi. Lots
of custom features.
$12,800 321-984-9987
HARLEY DAVIDSON:
03' Dyna Wide Glide,
100th Ann. special paint
model, low miles, lots of
chrome, nice rims.
$14,500 321-258-1533
HARLEY SPORTSER 02
883, 8700mls, like new,
lots of chrome, must see.
$5995. DIr 321-446-7782
HONDA DIRT BIKE
2006 CRF 100F. Low
hours, great condition.
Good bike for a beginner.
In great condition. Paid
$2900, asking $125
772-569-8458 Vero
KAWASAKI NINJA
2005 500R. Only 930 mi.
Blue. Never Dropped.
Like New, Garage Kept.
$4500 321-536-9722
SUZUKI MOTORCYCLE
GZ 250. only 5K mi. Exc.
Cond. Very Economical.
Garage kept. $1895
321-951-9541
WANTED JAPANESE
Motorcycles Kawasaki,
1970-1980, Z1-900,
KZ900, KZ1000, H2-750,
H1-500, S1-250, S2-250,
S2-350, S3-400, Cash
Paid. 1-800-772-1142 or
1-310-721-0726




36' NATIONAL RV
Dolphin LX '03. Exc
cond, many options 36K
mi. Work horse w22
Chassis 2-slides.
$67,500. 772-581-0060


CHEVY C2500 '97. 8cyl FORD FV A
ALINER DL Folding auto, A/C. 8' bed w/ top- V8, A/C, a
Enclosed Trailer 2007. per, Nice! $2695. Ticket truck. $14
Like new, Ready to go to Ride 321-446-7782 to Ride 32
camping. $9950. callFORD EXCURSION -'00 FORD
321-728-1342 CHEVY COLORADO Limited edition 4 wheel FORD R
drive. Auto trans lifted Blk, 4 c
CAMPING MEMBER- '05. 4x4,Scyl, reg. cab, w/oversized tires. Black D,
SHIP Lifetimel Camp rhinobedlinertop,auto, w/tan leather interior. Ex- $2900 32
Coast to Coast USA Silver, 55k mi., exc.cond.000 FORD
Canada year round. $10 $12,000.321-951-0886 cellent cond. $10,000. FORD R
Canada year round. $10 $12,0. 31-951-0 OBO. 386-405-1548 or 1997 mal
per night (full hook-up) 386-547-5385. tow pkge,
Year Round. Paid $2595, DODGE GRAND Cara- _386-547-538 on gas.
illness forces sale $595. van SE: 95, 7 pass, A/C, $800/ob
1-800-236-0327 Power everything, Rear FORD F- XLT Lariat $1800/obo
Air, ABS, Quad Seating, '91. Good tires, ice cold FORD: F
Privacy Glass, $1200 ac, runs good. $1450 cab, leat
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N "newly covered, tilt w/no Priced to sell: $29,900
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495. Call Ticket
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