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Vol. 5, No. 34 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, March 20, 2009


Melbourne hiring for
pool positions
The city of Melbourne
seeks lifeguards, swimming
instructors and others to
operate the three municipal
pools daily May 23 through
Aug. 9 and on weekends
through Sept. 27.
Job applications are
being accepted now, with
hiring to begin in April and
to continue until the pools
open. Staff positions
include pool supervisor,
pool manager, lifeguard,
swim instructor and head
swim instructor.
Positions vary in job
requirements and pay lev-
els. Lifeguards must be age
15 or older and have Red
Cross certification. Life-
guard pay starts at $7.80 per
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Space shuttle Discovery begins its latest trip to the International Space Station from
Kennedy Space Center with seven aboard.



Shuttle finally takes flight


Fraught with delays, mission
launches safely March 15


By Jenet Krol
Krol@hometownnewsol.com
KENNEDY SPACE CEN-
TER After several
scrubbed attempts, the
space shuttle Discovery
blasted off from the launch
pad at 7:43 p.m., March 15.
The "almost perfect
launch," according to Bill
Gerstenmeyer, NASA direc-
tor of space operations, had
been delayed since February
due to a faulty flow control
valve.
Discovery was given the
go for launch after repairs to
a vent line and the removal
of a small bat, deemed


"unexpected debris," that
had decided to sleep on the
northwest exterior tank,
prior to the launch, said KSC
launch director Mike Lein-
bach.
The STS-119 mission will
deliver the starboard side
truss of solar array panels
that will help power* the
.International Space Station.
The mission will also
include installing the solar
array truss, replacing the
urine-processor, which con-
verts wastewater to drinking
water, and the crew transfer
of Sandra Magnus, who will
be replaced by Japanese
astronaut KoichiWakata.


Mr. Wakata will remain on
the ISS until June. This is the
first time a Japanese astro-
naut will live aboard the ISS.
"So many Japanese people
are very happy watching Mr.
Wakata on this successful
flight. This is a giant leap for
the Japanese manned space
program," said Yukihide
Hayashi, vice president of
Japan Aerospace Explo-
ration Agency, through an
interpreter.
Working- in--cooperation
with other nations' space
programs will be key to
returning to the moon, said
Mr. Gerstenmeyer.
"The way of the future is to
work internationally as a
team," he said.
Discovery is scheduled to
return March 28.


MS Society marks


50th anniversary


Society offers
support for
those with MS
By Jenet Krol
Krol@hometownnewsol.com
When Diane Davis was
diagnosed with multiple
sclerosis at age 52, she
decided she would not
focus on what she would-
n't be able to do.
Although the news was
devastating, Ms. Davis
said she decided to
become proactive, and for
the past three years has
co-facilitated a self-help
support group in Cocoa
for fellow MS sufferers.
"I couldn't change what
I had been given, but vol-
unteering and co-facilitat-
ing (the group) while I'm
able is a way for me to give
something to others fac-
ing the same situation,"
she said.
MS is an autoimmune
disease of the,. central
nervous system, in which
lesions form on the brain
and spinal cord, prevent-
ing nerve impulses from
traveling through the
nervous system.
"The belief is the
immune system creates a
response to a trigger, viral


or bacterial, early in life. It
goes away and everything
is fine. Then, later in life,
an environmental trigger
gets the (immune)
response going again, but
the original is not there, so
the immune system
attacks the nervous sys-
tem instead," said Tami
Caeser, mid-Florida chap-
ter president for the MS
Society.
SSymptoms of the dis-
ease include paralysis,
blurred vision, slurred
speech, problems with
memory and concentra-
tion, poor coordination,
blindness, tremors and
the most common symp-
tom, extreme fatigue.
The problems associat-
ed with MS can be perma-
nent, or relapsing. More
than 400,000 Americans
are currently diagnosed
with the disease. ,
Women make up 73 per-
cent of those diagnosed.
To help raise awareness
about the. disease,
advances made in
research and the services
the MS Society has provid-
ed for the past 50 years,
March 9-15 has been des-
ignated MS Awareness
Week.
"We provide programs
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'Stroll and Roll' to raise funds for Special Olympics


Countywide program provides
sports and recreation opportunity
for those with mental disabilities


By Jenet Krol
Krol@hometownnewsol.com
Created in 1968, the
Special Olympics, a sports
and recreation program
for people with mental
disabilities, provides ath-
letic opportunities and the
spirit of competition.
In Brevard County, more
than 400 athletes partici-
pate in track and field, vol-
leyball, aquatics, softball,
bowling and basketball.
"It's a chance for friend-
ship, exercise, fresh air
and a challenge," said Joe
Hartwig, who coaches
track and field and basket-
ball.
Teams from Brevard
County compete in the
Special Olympics Area
Games in Orlando and the
winners from different
sports divisions will have
the chance to compete in
the state games at Disney
World in May, said Nancy
Tayback, recreation coor-
dinator for Brevard Coun-
ty Parks and Recreation.
On March 29, Brevard
County Parks and Recreca-
tion will host a 1-mile
fundraiser "stroll and roll"
walk at Kiwanis Island


Park in Merritt Island to
raise funds for the pro-
gram.
Baby strollers, wheel-
chairs, rollerbladers and
skateboarders will circle
the park, in an effort to
include "our rolling popu-
lation," said Ms. Tayback.
This year, the walk will
be held in honor of Karin
Rood, a 30-year volunteer
with Brevard County Spe-
cial Olympics, who died of
Lou Gehrig's disease in
August.
"Karin did everything.
She organized 'stroll and
roll' and was our fundrais-
ing guru," said Ms. Tay-
back.
For a $15 donation,
walkers (and rollers) will
receive a T-shirt and
lunch.
Funds raised will pro-
vide sports equipment,
uniforms and transporta-
tion to competitions.
The "stroll and roll" walk
is scheduled for March 29
at 1 p.m. at Kiwanis Island
Park, 951 Kiwanis Island
Park Road, Merritt Island.
For information or a
pledge form, contact Ms.
Tayback at (321) 455-1380.


Cassandra Burns, 10,
of Merritt Island
practices the
long jum
as a member
of the
Brevard Rockets
Special Olympics
team. Cassandra
and the rest
of the team
will compete
in the Central
Florida Special
Olympics
on March 28
in Orlando.


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West Melbourne considers allowing churches in strip malls


By David Kearns
dkearns@hometownnewsol.com
WEST MELBOURNE -The
West Melbourne City Coun-
cil voted March 3 to approve
permitting for churches in
strips malls and shopping
plazas as a conditional use.
It is the first reading of an
ordinance designed to give
religious establishments a
space within commercial
retail developments in the
city.
The provisions allow for
church of the storefront type
to be protected by a buffer
of 500 feet of a full liquor


bar, and 100 feet within
range of other retail estab-
lishments, offering liquor
carry-out sales.
Once a church is located
within a shopping plaza,
new businesses offering
alcohol sales are excluded
within the distances agreed
upon.
The final vote on the
measure will take place at
the March 17 meeting of the
West Melbourne City Coun-
cil.
The move did not come
without some discussion.
The city's planning
department had considered


offering the use within areas
zoned industrial said plan-
ning director Christy Fischer
but the idea was nixed after
looking at problems in other
cities.
"That's what you're trying
to avoid. The churches
located in an industrial area:
you get churches asking why
(they are) hearing things,
and smelling things."
At a Feb. 10 hearing, the
city's planning and zoning
board approved the new
rule by a 6-0 vote.
The new zoning would
impact retail areas up and
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retail corridors of the city,
Ms. Fischer said.
"Parking is usually not an
issue but they would have to
identify with their condition
use permits, when their
services are," Ms. Fischer
said.
The churches would also
have to identify peak hours
of operation and uses would
be permitted if they did not
conflict with peak retail
hours.
"It's not meant to be a bus
or large vehicle (operation),"
Ms. Fischer said.
Planning and zoning
board member Harry Stapor
said that the board consid-
ered the problem of having
churches and retail compete
for peak activity parking.
Some faiths have their
services anywhere from Fri-
day evening to Sunday after-
noon.
Friday mid-day is the peak
time for those attending
prayer hours in the Islamic
faiths, he said.
"There is a potential for a
conflict for the use of limit-
ed spaces. The thought was
peak activity of the uses
should not apply," Mr.
Stapor said.
"The distance separation
is to protect the church."
But denying a church
based on peak hours could
present a problem.
"The federal law says ...
the burden of proof is on the
municipality to show they
(the churches) are not being
discriminated against, not
the church," Mr. Stapor said,
further adding that the ordi-


nance may not be necessary
since under federal law,
churches are riot to be pro-
tected from government
regulation.
But resident Charles
Settgast said the ordinance
is necessary.
"Without the ordinance
there are no guidelines for
which the municipality can
rely on, and start the argu-
ment (of location). It shows
the thought processes of the
city," Mr. Settgast said.
Councilman Andrew
Jones said, "My experience
at seeing churches in other
areas in strip centers is they
seek lowest possible rent
and tend to go to the least
occupied area available.
That concept concerns me
in value," he said. "I want to
avoid that sort of thing."
But Councilwoman
Stephanie Eley said; "Zion
Christian started out in a
storefront in Palm Bay. And
then we moved in a regular
building. The church I cur-
rently attend meets in a
storefront. It's certainly not
a low-rent district."
"I don't think that's a legit-
imate issue. We've got busi-
ness in the city that need to
rent out areas. We've got
small churches trying to get
established... I think this is
an excellent provision."
Ms. Fischer said the move
in no way involves tax
exemption.
"(The retail property
owner) is going to include
whatever his property taxes
are into that rent," she said.
Councilman Mike Hazlett


said that the Marshall's store
on 192, for instance, is clos-
ing its doors and moving to
a new location.
"That's an excellent spot
for a large church to go into
if they wanted to do so."
Councilman Bill Mettrick
said, "I have been
approached by an individ-
ual looking for one of these
storefronts. I, too, say with
all these empty storefronts, I
don't have a problem with
it."
Mr. Mettrick asked City
Attorney James Wilson
whether the new law pro-
tecting churches acts in the
reverse to protect existing
establishments.
"Clearly (the law) is meant
to protect churches and
schools there is nothing that
(protects in the reverse),"
Mr. Wilson said.
Ms. Fischer said there
have been "several" requests
for storefront churches.
Councilman John D'Ami-
co said, "I really am an advo-
cate for more churches,
especially with these times
we are facing."
Mayor Hal Rose said in
essence, the new ordinance
could serve to allow an
existing church in a retail
storefront to dictate what
goes on in the remainder of
the plaza, but not the
reverse.
"I think you picked up on
the question I was asking,"
said Councilman Jones.
For more information on
West Melbourne, visit
www.westmelbourne.org.


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Residents can assist with cancer research


By Tammy Roberts
Roberts@hometownnewsol.com
In the past 50 years, long-
term cancer studies have
helped researchers deter-
mine how various lifestyle
choices and conditions
impact the disease.
From cigarette smoking
and obesity to air pollution
and aspirin use, participat-
ing individuals have played
a major role in cancer pre-
vention and research.
Now, Brevard County res-
idents have the opportuni-
ty to improve the lives of
future generations through
a nationwide cancer pre-
vention study.
"This is their chance to
be a part of history and a
part of the cure," said
Casey Whitman, chairper-
son of the Relay for Life of
Viera-Suntree. "This study
is a way to personally con-
tribute tothe fight against
the disease without having
to spend a penny."
During the kick-off of the
Relay for Life of Viera- Sun-
tree April 17, representa-
tives from the American
Cancer Society will enroll
volunteers to participate in
the organization's Cancer
Prevention Study-3, which
was designed to determine
lifestyle and genetic links
that may cause and prevent
cancer.
For the first time, Brevard
residents will be among
500,000 people throughout
the United States who will
help researchers under-
stand the lifestyle, environ-
mental and genetic factors
related to cancer.
The Relay, which will be
hosted at Viera High
School, will be one of 200
enrollment sites this year,
which is nearly double the
amount of sites in 2008,
according to the American
Cancer Society Web site,


www.cancer.org/cps3.
"This is a once-in-a-gen-
eration opportunity for
Americans to participate in
lifesaving cancer research,"
said Dr. Alpa Patel, who will
direct the ACS study.
"While we have been con-
ducting these types of stud-
ies for decades, our world-
class research department
can only study new and
emerging cancer risks if
members of the communi-
ty are willing to become
involved."
To enroll in the study,
participants must be
between the ages of 30-65,
must have no previous
diagnosis of cancer and
must commit to complet-
ing an in-depth survey
every two years for the next
20 years.
Upon enrollment, indi-
viduals must complete two
brief surveys, provide a
waist measurement and
donate a small blood sam-
ple at the Relay site.
For the first time in 50
years of conducting these
types of studies, partici-
pants may now complete
their baseline and follow-
up questionnaires online,
according to the Web site.
Researchers will use the
data collected from the
CPS-3 study to build on
research from a series of
ACS studies that began in
the 1950s and involved
thousands of volunteer
participants.
The first study, known as
the Hammond-Horn Study,
confirmed the link between
cigarette smoking and lung
cancer, showed that obesi-
ty increases the risk of sev-
'eral cancers and linked
aspirin to a lower death
rate from colon cancer, the
Web site stated.
The second study, which
began in 1982, is still ongo-
ing, but has already led to


"While science can do a lot to explain the
biology and genetics of cancer, some of the
most valuable information (comes from)
dedicated individuals ...

Dr. Alpa Patel
Director, ACS study


the development of public
health guidelines and rec-
ommendations related to
cancer.
"While science can do a
lot to explain the biology
and genetics of cancer,
some of the most valuable
information we have is a
direct result of the contri-
butions of dedicated indi-
viduals over several genera-
tions," Dr. Patel said.
As avid supporters of the
American Cancer Society,
more than 20 employees
from Lockheed Martin in
Melbourne have volun-
teered to assist in the study
enrollment efforts during
the Viera-Suntree Relay.
In 2008, the company
donated more than $9,500
to the organization to assist
with cancer studies such as
this, said Adrian Laffitte,
state government relations
director for Lockheed Mar-
tin.
Quest Diagnostics of Bre-
vard will also contribute to
the study by taking the
blood samples from partici-
pants.
Since the study was
announced, many local res-
idents have already
expressed an interest in
participating in the study,
said Erica Elliott, one of
four community represen-
tatives for ACS.
"I want to do this.because
I know so many people who
have survived cancer and
others who have not," said
Paul Ragusa, a Rockledge
resident. "I think it's impor-


tant that we all do what we
can to find a cure or pre-
ventative measure to help
millions of people."
Relay for Life is the pri-
mary fundraiser for the
American Cancer Society
and the world's largest
fundraising walk, accord-
ing to www.cancer.org.
The overnight event is
designed to spread aware-
ness of cancer prevention,
treatments and cures,
while celebrating survivor-
ship and remembering
lives lost as a result of the
disease.
"Based on its demo-
graphics, the Viera-Suntree
Relay was the only site in
Brevard chosen to host the
study," Mrs. Elliott said.
"This is such an amazing
opportunity for our resi-
dents to directly assist with
finding a cure. We're hop-
ing this study will help
researchers develop other
significant connections
with cancer for generations
to come."
The Relay for Life of
Viera-Suntree will be April
17-18 from 6 p.m. to mid-
night at Viera High School,
6103 Stadium Parkway,
Melbourne.
For information about
the CPS-3 Study, visit
www.cancer.org/cps3 or call
toll-free to (888) 604-5888.
For information about
local Relay for Life events
or to pre-register for the
study, call (321) 433-3109
or visit
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for those living with MS and
the entire family, like a camp
for (children) and teens with
a parent with the disease
and help for the issues the
disease can cause couples,"
said Ms. Caeser.
In addition, the MS Soci-
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"The best defense is a
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gives you a place to totally
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And with a disease that
can cause a sufferer to feel
vulnerable, it's important
to have a safe place where
everyone can relate, said
Ms. Davis.
For example, at every
meeting of the support
group, members wear
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is, with cognitive issues, if
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Police report


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

Melbourne Police,
Department

Shane Thomas Chandler,
22, of 1900 Post Road, No.
259, Melbourne, was
charged March 6 as a habit-
ual traffic offender driving
on a suspended license.
Tasha Ocie Gillett-Green,
23, of 1026 E-2 Leeward
Place, Melbourne, was
charged March 6 with traf-
ficking marijuana.
Cavano Anthony Green,
24, of 1026 E-2 Leeward
Place, Melbourne, was
charged March 6 with traf-
ficking marijuana.
Stephen Bradford Mor-
ris, 25, of 304 Beverly Court,
Melbourne Beach, was
charged March 6 as a habit-
ual traffic offender driving
on a suspended license.
James Ray Maples, 43, of
7540 Sheridan St., West Mel-
bourne, was charged March
7 with resisting a retail mer-
chant and felony petty theft.
Vincent Lee Roper, 38, of
504 Ryoland St., Melbourne,
was charged March 7 with
criminal mischief and bat-
tery by strangulation.
Kenneth Charles Felber,
40, of 2186 Dryden Court,
Melbourne, was charged
March 8 with battery-
domestic violence and false
imprisonment.
William Lee Furie, 22, of
1117 Swan St., Melbourne,
was charged March 8 with
aggravated battery and
criminal mischief.
Stephen J. Kalliche, 45, of
709 Shady Lane, Melbourne,
was charged March 8 with
driving under the influence


and felony violation of pro-
bation.
Dale Brathwaite, 46, of
825 E. University Blvd., No.
5, Melbourne, was charged
March 9 as a, habitual traffic
offender driving on a sus-
pended license.
Latrais Derenthem Mills,
34, of 909 Cedar Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged March
9 with petty theft and armed
robbery.
Miguel Angel Rivera, 26,
of 2374 Post Road, Mel-
bourne, was charged March
9 with exposure of sexual
organs and performing a
lewd and lascivious act on a
child.
Brian Leonard Ables, 39,
of 1090 Flintlock Ave. S.W,
Palm Bay, was charged
March 10 with possession of
cocaine with intent to sell,
possession of marijuana
with intent to sell, posses-
sion of cocaine, possession
of marijuana, felony posses-
sion of a controlled sub-
stance while in the physical
control of a motor vehicle
and possession of drug
paraphernalia.
Edgar Earl Jones, 48, of
258 Washington St., No. 258,
Cocoa, was charged March
10 as a habitual traffic
offender driving on a sus-.
pended license.
Ronny Keith McDonald
Jr., 38, of 509 Lanternback
Island Drive, Satellite Beach,
was charged March 10 with
burglary and grand theft.
Juan Ramon Oyola, 27, of
245 Emerson Drive, Palm
Bay, was charged March 10
with felony violation of pro-
bation and driving with a
suspended license.
Samuel Walker, 49, of
1261 Bridgewater Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
March 10 with selling
cocaine, possession of
cocaine and possession of
cocaine with intent to sell.


William Julius Gordon,
28, of 2507 Race St., Mel-
bourne, was charged March
11 with aggravated assault
and battery-domestic vio-
lence.
Curtis Alan Weekes, 46,
of 1355 Tufts Court N.E.,
Palm Bay, was charged
March 11 with driving under
the influence, introducing
contraband into jail and
possession of marijuana.
Eduardo Juarez, 27, of
2410 Fire Fall Lane, Mel-
bourne, was charged March
12 with possession of
cocaine and possession of
drug paraphernalia.

West Melbourne
Police Department

Carla Marie Gugino, 25,
of 824 Sedgewood Circle,
West Melbourne, was
charged March 9 with tres-
passing in an occupied
structure, retail theft and
felony violation of proba-
tion.
Rena Dawn Walker, 28, of
3363 Hummingbird Ave.
S.W, Palm Bay, was charged
March 9 with petty theft,
trespassing in an occupied
structure and possession of
a controlled substance.
Regina Diane Hanenian,
47, of 1624 Sun Gazer Drive,
Viera, was charged March 11
with assault on a law
enforcement officer, battery
on a law enforcement offi-
cer, criminal, mischief and
having a tag with a non-resi-
dent exemption that is not
allowed.

Brevard County
Sheriffs Office

Johnny R. Anderson II,
44, address unknown, was
charged March 6 with failing
to report change of address


as a sexual offender.
Michael E. Bass, 18, of
831 Spiller St., Melbourne,
was charged March 6 with
carrying a concealed firearm
and possession of an alco-
holic beverage by a person
younger than 21.
Chad Jeffrey Coleman,
25, of 1585 Alpha Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged March
6 with battery on a law
enforcement officer, resist-
ing arrest with violence and
disorderly intoxication. .
Ronald Ojay Flanders,
33, of 810 E. Cedar Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
March, 7 with possession of
cocaine.
Ruddy J. Irizarry, 37,
address unknown, was
charged March 7 with bat-
tery, aggravated assault and
violation of community
control.
Michael Cockrell, 26,
address unknown, was
charged March 8 with flee-
ing/attempting to elude a
police officer, as a habitual
traffic offender driving on a
suspended license, resisting
arrest without violence,
resisting arrest with violence
and criminal mischief.
Latavious Donte Gra-
ham, 18, of 3633 Eagles Nest
Circle, West Melbourne, was
charged March 8 with mis-
demeanor violation of pro-
bation and four counts of
felony violation of proba-
tion.
Edward Samuel Ranieri,
19, of 485 Ironwood Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
March 8 with felony failure
to appear.
Jessica Maria Stout, 26,
address unknown, was
charged March 8 as a habit-
ual traffic offender driving
on a suspended license and
with resisting arrest without
violence, introducing con-
traband into jail, possession
of a controlled substance,


altering/destroying evi-
dence and two counts of
felony violation of proba-
tion.
Nickolas Robert Hawley,
19, of 3934 Fenrose Circle,
Melbourne, was charged
March 9 with violation of,
community supervision.
Jason Adam Johnson> 19,
of 664 Clark Ave., Mel-
bourne, was charged March
9 with robbery-home inva-
sion.
Robert Lee Linzer, 24, of
1074 Tanglewood Lane, Mel-
bourne, was charged March
9 with burglary, grand theft
auto and felony criminal
mischief.
Michael Doyle Lynn, 55,
of 314 Vista Circle, Mel-
bourne, was charged March
9 with violation of commu-
nity control.
Christopher David New-
ton, 29, of 1266 Houston St.,
Melbourne, was charged
March 9 with petty theft,
trafficking stolen property,
grand theft and four counts
each of burglary and felony
criminal mischief.
Hope Bentley, 27, of 1266
Houston St., Melbourne,
was charged March 9 with
principle first-degree/aiding
and abetting in the commis-
sion of a crime.
Damien Lee Ricks, 30, of
1870 1/2 Southland Ave.,
Melbourne, was charged
March 10 with two counts of
possession of cocaine and


three counts of possession
of drug paraphernalia.
Kerry Lee Kindred, 36, of
596 N. Wickham Road, No.
70, Melbourne, was charged
March 11 with uttering a
forged instrument and
grand theft.
Cartmell Jason Daniel
Lee, 28, of 2609 Floridiane
Court, Melbourne, was
charged March 11 as a
habitual traffic offender
driving on a suspended
license.
Jackie Lynne Parker, 44,
of 3021 Manitoba Lane,
Melbourne, was charged
March 11 as a fugitive from
justice.
Valarie M. Redding, 21,
of 1703 Thrush Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged March
11 with felony violation of
probation.
Joseph Grezaffi, 48, of
2165 Vermont St., West Mel-
bourne, was charged March
12 with trafficking cocaine,
possession of marijuana-
and possession of a con-
trolled substance.
Derek Michael Smith,
37, of 217 Britnee Court,
Melbourne Village, was
charged March 12 with bur-
glary and grand theft.
Tara L. Weaver, 26, of
2421 Stone St., Melbourne,
was charged March 12 with
selling cocaine, possession
of cocaine with intent to
sell and possession of
cocaine..


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Two news bites

(I) just heard on tlhe news that the stimulus plan will be
signed into law today. Part of it will give money back from
taxes paid. If this is true, how can someone (who) doesn't
have a job expect to get money back? If you didn't pay into
the tax system, how can you expect to get something back? I
see this as robbery from the actual taxpaying citizens. If the
poor want money back from the government, then get a job
and pay your taxes like the rest of us. I cannot, in all fair-
ness, understand how someone who lives on the public
dole can still be bold enough to sit there and hold out their
hands for more and more and more from the government.
Don't they realize it isn't the government's money, but the
taxpaying citizens' money? Where do they get off demand-
ing more and more free stuff from the government? I, per-
sonally, am tired of supporting people who don't want to
work, won't work if you ask them and have the "welfare
mentality." I know jobs are scarce, but this isn't a new prob-
lem; it's been growing bigger and bigger for years. Enough!
(And then there is the story) that the two border guards
were released today from prison, apparently 33 days earlier
than the official release date. They are not allowed to speak
to any (reporters), TV personalities, etc., until the end of the
.33 days.
Something stinks in Denmark, or rather, the U.S., when a
person who was imprisoned in solitary confinement for
doingvhis job cannot speak. Where are his freedom of
speech rights? Is the prison system afraid they will tell
something that the prison system doesn't want known?
Where are (the Revs.) Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton (and oth-
ers) to speak up about loss of rights?
As to their imprisonment in the first place, just follow the
money. Since when does a man doing his job get fired upon,
returns fire, and then gets arrested and sentenced to prison?
Seems to me someone got paid off to make this happen.
Could someone with a lot of drug money to spend know
anything about this, (do) you suppose? Just follow the
money. We should be looking into all the attorneys' bank
accounts, and that of the District Attorney (who) prosecut-
ed these men. Somewhere, somehow, they niust have jus-
tice, for what has happened to them, ..

Enjoy driving while you can

.I have lived in Florida since 1959 and have enjoyed it very
much. I have been fortunate to make friends with a number
of people over the years. Of course, there have been ups and
downs, which happens to most of us. But for some reason,
older people are not always listened to or believed when
trying to explain a situation. I know and respect rules and
regulations.
To make a long story short, I am a patient of a cardiolo-
gist, general practitioner and, a neurologist, who keep ,an
eye on my health. The neurologist had a new way to check
out my head, so I had it wrapped up one day at his office. I
can't remember the name of the'process, but I was sup-
posed to keep it on my head for three days and three nights.
The first night, my head was hurting so bad I rolled and
tossed and couldn't sleep, so I took it off, somewhere
around 11 p.m.
Now, I have been reported an unsafe driver and my
license is being revoked.
I have two sons and daughters-in-law here in the state
and they do a lot for me. I do not want to be a bigger burden
to them or to interfere with their lives any more than neces-
sary. (I have) been a nervous wreck during the past few
weeks.
My license (expires) this November and I was thinking
about turning it in at that time. My sister-in-law had
(turned in hers) a fewyears ago in NewYorkstate.
I have a number of grandchildren and great-grandchil-
dren and would like to be (able) to spend a few months with
them. I play bingo five times a week and bake a cake or
cookies (to) take them to them. It's not much but it does
help with their expenses a little and I enjoy doing it.
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How much is a trillion?


The way our new administration of "change" is throwing
around our money, it's about time we take another look at how
much a trillion really is. If you spent a million dollars every day
since Jesus was born, you still wouldn't have spent a trillion
dollars. That's a million times one million, or a thousand times
one billion. Incredible!
Three trillion dollars is what the federal government will
spend this year. The universe, (which is reportedly) 15 billion
years old would need another 200 such lifetimes to reach three
trillion years. No country has ever borrowed and spent its way
into prosperity.
With regard to infrastructure spending, which is what we
were all promised, only 17 percent of the funding in the bill is
for roads, bridges and the like. Less than one of every five dol-
lars will go to job-creating stimulus.
This 111th Congress is the biggest bunch of over-reachers
and underachievers we've ever had. It's time we enact federal
term limits and get rid of the beltway bunch who are out of
touch withAmericans.
I doubt if most of them have ever read our
Constitution. None of them read the 1,100 pages of the horren-
dous bill they just passed. An insult to everyAmerican.
Do you want to sperni d$301million ,to save salt-marsh
mice? Millions for corrupt groups like ACORN? Speaker of the
House Nancy Pelosi, Sen. Harry Reid and President Obama do.
What a disgrace to our great country to have such poor rep-
resentation and lack of leadership. It's time to stand up and
scream to those who are supposedly "representing" us. Every
legislator who favored this spending bill should be ousted.

Here we go again

After the Caylee Anthony debacle and media circus has
been solved and is over, except for the trial, and the economy
is still crumbling and people are going down in planes in Buf-
falo, the media, (both) national and local, are (latching) onto
the case of another missing child. It's tragic, but people are
trying to survive for their lives and don't really care. I'm not
quite sure why the media think people do. I don't know if peo-
ple need to grieve for someone they don't know. There's
enough to grieve in their own lives. Stop the coverage. When
there is something to report of substance, fine. Spit it out, but
don't (overwhelm) us. Don't make an event out of mowing the
lawn by photographing the grass grow.

New road is magic

There was magic recently along AIA south of Melbourne
Beach. I went to bed one night along old cracked highway
A1A and got up the next morning and, behold, there was a
brand new highway. How wonderful with no traffic delays
and no irritation.
I sure hope someone rewards the contractor who did such
outstanding work. I assume they are even reusing the old
asphalt. Oh, if only all contractors could do like this one and
work at night as often as they can. And the speed was just
phenomenal. Most (road construction) ties up one lane for
days or weeks. Not this time.

Outraged over arrest

I want to express my outrage about the woman who was
arrested for taking toilet paper out of a restroom. How many
people are guilty of taking paper towels from the islands at
gas stations? I'm sure this woman was on food stamps and
food stamps only cover food, not paper products. I mean,
one lousy little roll of toilet paper? It's outrageous. The poor
woman got arrested over it. She probably has kids at home
waiting for her.
I'm totally disgusted with this state.

Get on board

After-a hurricane, homes are in shambles, people have a lot
of work to do and they have to spend money to repair the
damage.
That's like the unfortunate position we find our nation in
right now.
Most Americans, whether rightly or wrongly, see the GOP
decisions of the past eight years as the major cause of the
mess. Deficit spending was out of control. Our federal gov-
ernment grew by 40 percent. Most of what Congress did try to
do in the past two years was vetoed.
Few presidents have ever had to clean up such a big mess
as (President) Obama's one-month old government. Presi-
dents Lincoln and Roosevelt come to mind.
People can nag and criticize about the way (President)
Obama's team plans to do the "impossible" job presented to
them. With the cupboard left bare, they believe we have to
borrow money to repair the damage, unlike (former) Presi-
dent Bush, who started with a budget surplus for his plans for
our future. Being human, some things the Obama team does
may not work and some things might be done better, but
hopefully for all of us, our new "clean-up crew" can start to


put things back in order. Americans are crying for help and
direction and this team is throwing a life line.
Imagine if you are drowning. Are you going to reject the
help of someone trying to save you because the rope was bor-
rowed and must later be returned with interest?
Knowing human nature, there will be greedy people of
both parties who try to skim off the top and those who don't
like the way (President) Obama's team is cleaning up, but that
doesn't mean our nation should do nothing by just letting
everything fall apart even more.
Each of us has a choice. We cahn scream and complain
about the solution or work hard and be part of it. Freeloaders
should be reported. Each of us can provide positive input,
accept it maturely if some of our ideas are rejected, but keep
working with those who are trying to clean up the mess even
if we think it isn't exactly the way we would go about fixing it.

An easy fix

In my opinion, the fix for the educational budget crisis is a
simple one. '
Private schools operate with a principal, a small office/sup-
port staff, and the teachers. Then, why do public schools have
a principal and a vice principal, and secondary schools (have)
a dean or another vice;principal, a large office and support
staff and the teachers? The answer is, because we allow them
to. Let's cut down the size of the administration.
It is absolutely imperative that we do not reduce the num-
ber of teachers, but we must drop DROP the program that
allows them to retire, and then return to teaching and not only
collect their retirement check but also collect a full-time
teacher's salary. We have already seen how many (people)
have shamelessly taken advantage of this.
Speaking of shameless actions, let us not forget our school
board and the superintendent of schools. The school board
members get paid a ridiculous a ridiculous amount of money for a "part-
time" job. Hell, I wish I got paid that for my full-time job. Cut
their salaries by 75 percent. The superintendent of schools
also gets an obscene amount of money as well. Cut his salary
by 50 percent.
Also, for anyone in the school district making over $75k
yearly, (pay) no bonuses.
School bus routes need to be seriously reevaluated. When
my two oldest were in middle school, I would pick them up on
my way home from work. When the buses would leave, I
couldn't help but notice that 80 percent-of the buses were less
than 10 percent full. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure
out that money could be saved by combining routes. So what
if some (children) would have to get to their. bus stop earlier
and some would get home later? It beats the alternative of
walking.
Cut down on paperwork. It amazes me how much paper-
work is -required for registration alone and how much of it
seems to be redundant. Why can't registration be done online?
Imagine how much quicker it would be to log on to do this,
much like we parents log on to www.Edline.com (an online
learning community management system) to see our (chil-
dren's) grades. Once logged on, we input a code for each
(child.) Then, based on what grade the kid is in, we get a list of
forms to fill out. We would only have to input our name,
address, and phone number once and it would be automati-
cally put on all required forms.
Do not cut school sports. For a lot of (students), this is the
only way that they can get a scholarship to college. Without
school sports, there wouldn't have been a Mohammed Ali, a
Magic Johnson or countless other famous athletes.
School resource officers shouldn't be eliminated, but per-
haps what should be looked at is the feasibility of cutting
down the number of them.
The Florida Lottery needs to do what it was meant to do and
that is supplement education and not be the major lifeline.
Above all, bring back common sense to our schools and
education system and get rid of zero tolerance. How much
money has zero tolerance cost the taxpayers because of law-
suits that wouldn't have been brought in the first place if our
educators used common sense?

Fly north, snowbirds

I am calling about the snowbirds. I don't think anyone is tar-
geting the snowbirds.
They don't pay any taxes. They (buy) their houses and want
a homestead exemption on the houses they purchase with the
big bucks they made on the homes they sold up north. We pay
more for the police officers, car accidents, car insurance and
beach cleanup, all because of (them.) (They treat us rudely)
when we go out. In essence, we don't really need their money.
The writer said we need their money to support the restau-
rants. The industry we have here has nothing to do with snow-
birds. It is the defense industry.
As far as health care, that industry has nothing to do with
snowbirds. We have that all year long. We can't even get into
the hospitals because the snowbirds are there wanting to have
the earwax taken out of their ears or to get a prescription that
they should have had filled before they left up north. They
don't bring a lot of money here.
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We had the hurricanes and they didn't
help support us with that. They can stay
up north for all I care. They can keep the
pittance they bring here. They vote up
,north and don't help us down here.
They should rethink (the idea) that
they are so wonderful to us. (Interstate
routes) 75 and 95 run north. They
should-keep their attitude, keep driving
north and stay up there.
An idea for trash clean up
In response to the person who wrote
"Clean up Palm Bay," I have a sugges-
tion for that person. If they are worried
about the trash along the roadside, they
should get involved. Make up yard sale
signs and put them everywhere they see
road trash and debris. I guarantee it will
be picked within hours, maybe min-'
utes. Problem solved. No charge.
Don't sock it to seniors
The arcades in Brevard County are
(supposed) to have games of skill. That is
a joke. How much skill do you need to
push a button? And sometimes you don't
even need to stop the button; the games
stop by themselves. I speak from experi-
ence.
I wonder why so many counties have
banned these arcades. They flourish in
our county. According to another news-
paper, there are no regulations regarding
these machines because they are games
of skill. I see no skill here. These machines
are raking in thousands of dollars with no
regulations. I have talked to elected offi-
cials but they (offer no help.) The
machines are regulated by their owners,
who can set them to win or lose when
they want to. I have seen a machine take
10 times its jackpot amount to win.
I have witnessed seniors spending
$300-$400 to win a $100 prize. Multiply
this by 100 machines and guess who's
winning? Some places have (put up) a
winners board with the names of recent
winners displayed. Just ask those winners
how much money it took them to win.
I go to these establishments for the
social atmosphere and to meet the nice
older people there. The senior citizens
are being taken advantage of. These
places should be regulated so we can win
once in a while.
Animal shelter dilemma
This is just an idea to the animal
shelter dilemma. We sure are in need of
, more.: ,I wonder though, instead of


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wishing for (a) new building to be
built, if maybe they could buy some of
the cheap, foreclosed buildings/hous-
es. I am disabled, but was able to vol-
unteer my time at a house here in Palm
Bay a few years back that housed a lot
of animals. The house was gutted and
they put female cats in one room, male
cats in another and the dogs mostly
were in big kennels. Different volun-
teers would go at different times to
feed, clean and bring the dogs out.
Anyway, it's just an idea.

Let doctors practice medicine
The headline "Illegal prescriptions
are hard to swallow" is easy enough to
digest. But within the article our local
sheriff, whom I generally support, is
quoted as saying, "If doctors could pre-
scribe 10 pills instead of 100, or write
'no refill' (on a prescription), if possible,
it would help. They need to look at med-
ical records and not just take pain
claims. We need everybody to be strict."
Personally, I think the Sheriff should
strictly adhere to his job description,
which does not include telling doctors
fow to practice medicine, but does
include enforcing the laws as written. In
that regard, any doctor wanting to keep
his license does not write script for 100
doses of the potentially addictive drugs.
So that is not happening on a large
scale, despite the Sheriff's implication
otherwise. Also, to prohibit needed
refills, as the Sheriff proposes, would
make the problem worse, not better.
New prescriptions usually require a
doctor's exam, which costs the patient
money. By prohibiting refills, you soon
get to the point where many find it too
expensive to get their medications
legally and some will enter the black
market as an act of desperation.
Like most problems, there is no one
answer to the problem of drug abuse.
But preventing abuse by preventing use
is not a solution that will survive
beyond the next election.

TV choices limited in jail
I am currently in "Sharpes," the Bre-
vard County jail, for driving on a sus-
pended license. We used to have the
regular TV channels, but now we only
have. access (to) old VHS movies, such'
as HIV tapes, sexual assault awareness,
information about the jail and lots of
other VHS tapes like (those listed
above.)
I know that a very large (number) of
us here are guilty, but while here, we
still are "innocent until proven guilty." I
haven't (yet been) convicted and, since
F. :I've.beenrhere; I have gotten my license


reinstated. I'm just waiting for court.
I am broke. I can't call home or buy a
newspaper, so now I have no contact to
the daily news.
Sure, we (used to) watch "Jeopardy"
and "Wheel of Fortune," but we (also
used to) watch the news daily. Now, no
one in this jail can watch anything
other than the approved programming
and I've heard that there has been a
slight increase in violence and theft in
here, along with a couple of TVs being
destroyed or set by the door to be taken
out.
This has gotten everyone upset. (I
am) not sure what avenue of resolution
we have. This is a very mellow (section
of the jail) with 20 or more guys, but for
who knows how long?
.What rights we (retained) have been
violated. (The guards) say that the TV
was only a privilege, but with no con-
tact to news, I'm lost and feel deprived
as an American and "former taxpayer."
Obviously, I can't vote as I have a felony
record. I understand I have to live with
who's in charge of each position
because of my past stupidity.
Any thoughts, opinions or informa-
tion on this issue would be greatly
appreciated.

Get serious about recycling
Let's quit paying lip service to recy-
cling and do something about it.
Or we can just forget about it and
bury ourselves in our own trash. TV ads
and protestation by public figures is
having very little effect on the goals of
this worthy endeavor.
If we're really serious about recycling,
let's start by teaching grade-schoolers
the benefits and work our way up from
there. Let them start slowly by recycling
clean cereal boxes, or other small con-
tainers, at a collection point on the
school grounds. Children will not con-
sider recycling a serious activity unless
their parents get on the bandwagon and
help them along.
I remember the efforts to reclaim
usable metals and other materials dur-
ing the early days ofWWII. As a second-
grader, I took great pride in adding
empty cans and rusty nails to the huge
pile of scrap metal located in our school
yard. Imagine the pride we all felt when
the authorities displayed a Jeep with
four armed soldiers and informed us
that there was sufficient metal in our
collection to produce the vehicle and
weapons that were displayed.
If we're going to make any apprecia-
ble headway in the effort to recycle and
save our resources, we must think in the
long-term and start the children out
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Not on Our Watch program encourages safe driving for teens


Community-
wide event
set March 28
By Jenet Krol
Krol@hometownnewsol.com
In 2005, eight Brevard
County high school seniors
died in car accidents, just
weeks before graduation.
Eighteen-year-old Alexan-
dra Rubiella, the only daugh-
ter of Terri and Rene Rubiella,
died after jerking her Pontiac
across the median on U.S. 1
near Suntree, colliding with a
southbound dump truck.
Since that fateful day four
years ago, Mr. Rubiella has
dedicated himself to educat-
ing high school students
about safe driving in the hope
of preventing similar
tragedies.
He established the county-
wide safety awareness pro-
gram Not on Our Watch,


which combines graphic pho-
tos, trauma scene reenact-
ments and heartfelt presenta-
tions from parents who have
lost children to traffic acci-
dents, and is shown to high
school seniors.
"It's an emotionally graphic
program," said Mr. Rubiella.
"We don't want this to happen
anymore. We want them to
stay alive."
For the past four years, high
school seniors have attended
the program at Patrick Air
Force Base as part of a senior-
year field trip.
This year, the program will
be open to all members of the
community at the centralized
location ofViera High School.
Making the program avail-
able to the entire community
will be a great way to reach
new drivers and parents, said
Mr. Rubiella.
'A lot of what we teach
starts at home," he said. "Par-
ents can't preach to children
not to do something, like driv-


ing while talking on a cell
phone, when they do the
same thing."
The program is graphic, Mr.
Rubiella warns, but it is the
graphic nature that makes it
so effective.
"We get 1,200 kids at the
end of the day literally in
silence and in tears. That
makes a big impact."
Students attending the pro-
gram are immersed in the
grim realities of car accidents,
from a slide show of actual
accident photographs from
the Brevard County Sheriff's
Office, to a reenactment of a
trauma scene from the 911-
dispatch call to the emer-
gencyroom.
Actors will portray car acci-
dent victims and their par-
ents, while actual Brevard
County Fire Rescue personnel
and a trauma team will recre-
ate a trauma room scene.
"The fire rescue (team) will
be miked and a trauma sur-
geon will narrate what they


have to do to save a life," said
Mr. Rubiella.
The program concludes
with comments from State
Attorney Norm Wolfinger and
Brevard County Sheriff Jack
Parker, who share their
thoughts on what happens to
drivers convicted of driving
under the influence.
"It gives students a person-
al view of what happens,"
said Christine Davis, director
of communications for Bre-
vard Public Schools. "Giving
them a model and the
chance to talk about it really
hits home."
The main message Mr.
Rubiella wants to get across
to teens and to the commu-'
nity is the importance of
decisions and consequences.
"Most of the accidents (in
2005) were caused by distrac-
tions and inexperience.
Speed, loud radios, text mes-
saging while driving those
are all things that con-
tributed to the crashes. We


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Rene Rubiella, of Viera, talks to high school seniors at
Merritt Island Public Library about the dangers of driving
on Florida's highways. Mr. Rubiella's daughter, Alexandra,
was killed in a car accident in 2005.


talk about choices, decisions
and consequences. We want
to lead them to good
actions," he said.
The NOW program is
scheduled for March 28 from
10 a.m to 2 p.m. atViera High


School, 6103 Stadium Park-
way, Viera.
The program is free to
attend and open to the entire
community.
For information, visit
www.operationnow.org.


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Red Cross honors Stars of the Space Coast at annual gala


By Tammy Roberts
Roberts@hometownnewsol.com
More than 150 guests
gathered at the Hilton Mel-
bourne Rialto Place March
14 to honor seven local
leaders for their service to
the community.
Created in 2007, the
Stars of the Space Coast
Gala was designed as a way
to recognize unsung heroes
throughout Brevard County
who exemplify the main
characteristics of the
organization compassion,
dedication and a willing-
ness to improve the lives of
others.
"This year's event was
truly a success, in terms of
attendance, the honorees,
as well as the gratitude
toward the overall goal of
the American Red Cross,"
said Claudia Devitt, who
has served as chairwoman
of the event since it was
first established. "This
event really opened to door
for all residents in Brevard
to contribute."
A black-tie affair, the
event featured a cocktail
hour, catered dinner, live
music from jazz band Local
518, performances by
Dancin' Dance Studio in
Indialantic and both a
silent and live auction, fea-
turing more than 30 items,
including a painting by
Highwayman artist R.L.
Lewis and a portrait of the
crew of Apollo 11.
Capt. John 0. Creighton,
a former NASA astronaut,
was the. featured guest
speaker at the event.
The honorees of the 2009
Stars Gala were recognized
in seven leadership cate-
gories. They are as follows:
Armed Forces: William
Kowalczyk Sr. for his work
with Operation Stand
Down, an organization that
helps provide medical
check-ups, hygiene items,
bicycles, food and clothing
to homeless veterans. Mr.
Kowalczvk, who served six
years with the U.S. Marine
Corps, also serves on the
Brevard Veterans Council,
Brevard Memorial Garden
Committee and is an assis-
tant coach with the Brevard
County Special Olympics.
Community Service:
Julia Irvin for her involve-
ment with the Brevard
County Foster Care System
and the Melbourne branch
of the Children's Home
Society of Florida. Ms. Irvin
also participates in advoca-
cy efforts related to child
welfare, fundraising and
recruiting volunteers to
support the foster care sys-
tem.
Community Outreach:
Michael Cadore, communi-
ty relations coordinator for
the Rockledge Police
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Youth Football & Cheer-
leading League, Rock-
ledge's Citizens' Recreation
Advisory Board, Anderson
Elementary School's Stu-
dent Advisory Council and
his work with at-risk youth
within the community.
Hospitality: Melissa
Stains, president of the
Cocoa Beach Area Cham-
ber of Commerce, for her
involvement in welcoming,
encouraging and promot-
ing the Cocoa Beach area
for incoming visitors. Ms.
Stains was also responsible
for operating the Cham-
ber's Visitor's Center, which
recorded more than 15,000
walk-in visitors in 2008.
Community Initiative:
Brevard County Sheriff Jack
Parker for his affiliations
with more than a dozen
local organizations, includ-
ing the county's Juvenile
Assessment Center, Crime-
line, United Way of Brevard,
Friends of Serene Harbor,
Sheriff's Police Athletic
League and the Space
Coast Coast Early Interven-
tion Center.
Education: James
Drake, president of Brevard
Community College, for his
involvement in numerous
civic and professional
organizations, including
United Way of Brevard,
LEAD Brevard and Junior
Achievement of East Cen-
tral Florida. In addition to
his role at BCC, Mr. Drake is
the author of seven books
and more than 50 articles.
Jim Bentley Humani-
tarian Award: Michael
Means, president of Health
First, for his involvement in
various organizations,


"Obviously, this is a difficult economic time for
everyone, but we've seen a great deal of
support from the community '

Jane Bowden
Space Coast Chapter of the American Red Cross


including the Space Coast
March of Dimes, Astro-
nauts Memorial Founda-
tion and the American Col-
lege of Healthcare
Executives. Mr. Means has
served as president of
Health First, a regional
nonprofit integrated health
care organization, since its
inception in 1995.
While the gala was a
forum designed to honor
these leaders, it also served
as a fundraiser for the
Space Coast Chapter of the
American Red Cross.
The event tied into the
chapter's recent "Always
There" appeal, launched
Feb. 5 at the Kennedy Space
Center Visitor's Complex
with the help of former
astronaut John Fabian.
The six-month-long Red
Cross $500,000 initiative is
the organization's largest
fundraising drive to-date.
With the help of commu-
nity and corporate dona-
tions, the organization
raised about $80,000 prior
to the gala.
Through sponsorships,
tickets and the auctions,
the Space Coast Chapter
added at least another
$6,000 to the initiative, said
Jane Bowden, chairwoman
of the chapter's public rela-
tions task force.
"Obviously, this is a diffi-
cult economic time for
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the community," Ms. Bow-
den said. "It's important
that we keep these contri-
butions coming in order to
allow us to assist as many
people as possible."
Since 1917, the Space
Coast Chapter of the Amer-
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relief for millions of local
residents in times of disas-
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In 2008 alone, the organi-
zation opened shelters and
provided meals, clothing
and water to more than
1,000 people affected by
the Palm Bay wildfires and
Tropical Storm Fay.
The toll of delivering this
free relief service cost the
organization nearly
$48,000.
More than 1,700 local
military personnel and
their families received help
with worldwide emergency
communications in the
past year, while hundreds
of Red Cross instructors
earned CPR and first-aid
training through the organ-
ization.
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"What surprises most peo-
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Red Cross is not govern-
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is funded by individuals
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Sheriffs office employees honored for accomplishments


By Tammy Roberts
Roberts@hometownnewsol.com
Hundreds of honorees
and their families filled the
Viera High School auditori-
um Feb. 26 for the Brevard
County Sheriff's Office
annual Awards Ceremony.
Each year, Brevard County
Sheriff Jack Parker and his
administrative team honor
the outstanding accom-
plishments of the depart-


ment's civilian and sworn
employees, volunteers and
residents throughout the
county.
"We are very blessed in
this community to have
such wonderful people who
have decided to risk their
lives for the protection of
others," Sheriff Parker said.
He, along with his staff,
presented several-hundred
employees with recognition
in areas ranging from 20


years of service to volunteer
of the year during 2008.
Recipients of note
include:
Deputy Sheriffs of the
Year: Cpl. Will Haggerty,
Deputy Raonel Barrial and
Deputy Brad Cervi for their
rescue of a suicidal man,
who drove his vehicle off a
bridge embankment on
Merritt Island. The three
officers jumped into the
Banana River, rescued the


man and performed med-
ical assistance until para-
medics arrived.
Corrections Officer of
the Year: Sgt. Brian Seeley
for his quick response and
rescue breathing on an ill
and unresponsive inmate.
Communications Offi-
cer of the Year: Officer
Cheryl Pelleteir for her role
as a dispatcher in a series of
events, including the escape
and apprehension of an
arrested, as well as an in-
progress robbery.
Employee of the Year:
Staff assistant Kerri-Ann
McGuire for overseeing the
administration of the Bre-
vard County Alternative to
Incarceration Program and


organizing an inmate-
employee training program,
while serving as a full-time
college student.
Sgt. Lucy Ross Award:
Field Training Officer Jere-
miah Mackey for his dedica-
tion to youth within the
Devereux Developmental
Disabilities Group Home in
Melbourne. The award is
presented to the employee
who best exemplifies the
qualities of Sgt. Lucille Ross,
who was killed in the line of
duty in 2004.
Reserve Deputy of the
Year: Reserve Deputy Don
Frantzen for his work with
the agency's SWAT Team,
Police Athletic League and
for completing 400 volun-


teer hours in 2008.
Volunteer of the Year:
Fred Mastin for his dedica-
tion to the Citizen Observer
Patrol program, his assis-
tance to the North Precinct
squad and for logging more
than 600 volunteer hours in
2008.
Citizens of the Year: Jim
and Jonnie Swan for their
dedication to reducing
crime and juvenile delin-
quency and for their work
with eight local youth
organizations.
"It is an honor to see these
incredible men and women
in action and this ceremony
is just one small way to say
thank you," Sheriff Parker
said.


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effort takes
place in multiple
locations
By Tony Judnich
Judnich@hometownnewsol.com
Commemorative T-shirts
and the satisfaction of clean-
ing up the environment are
some of the rewards for vol-
unteers who pitch in during
the annual St Johns River
Cleanup.
It takes place from 8 a.m.
to noon Saturday, March 21,
at six sites in Brevard Coun-
ty:
Pedestrians and volun-
teers in airboats are needed
at the U.S. 192 (2100 Sweet-
water Drive) site in Mel-
bourne.
Boaters, kayakers and
pedestrians are needed at
Lake Washington Park, 6000
Lake Washington Road, Mel-
bourne.
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roads, Cocoa. Take State
Road 520 west of Interstate
95 and turn south at
McDonald's.
Volunteers in motorboats
and airboats are needed at
LeRoy Wright Park (across
from Lone Cabbage Fish
Camp), 8189 S.R. 520, Cocoa.
Kayakers and volunteers
in motorboats and airboats
are needed at Midway Fish
Camp, 5400 S.R. 50, Titusville.
Pedestrians, kayakers,
canoeists and volunteers in
airboats are needed at Hatbill
Park, 100 Hatbill Road, west
of 1-95 and south of S.R. 46,
Mims.
Barb Venuto, environmen-
tal programs coordinator for
the nonprofit Keep Brevard
Beautiful, said the organiza-
tion will provide all cleanup


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materials, including bags
and gloves. Students can
earn community service
hours for participating in the
cleanup.
Volunteers should wear
weather appropriate clothing
and old shoes and bring a
rake or long- handled tool to
retrieve debris.
"Last year, we had 170 vol-
unteers," Ms. Venuto said.
"This year we are giving away
240 commemorative T-shirts,
designed by a Rockledge
High School art student."
The shirts will be given on
a first-come basis.
For more information, con-
tact Ms. Venuto at (321) 631-
0501, Ext. 203, or bvenu-
tokbb@yahoo.com, or visit
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Sample men's
cooking

Big Brothers Big Sisters of
Central Florida will host the
15th annual Men Cooking
from the Heart fundraiser
from 6:30-10 p.m. Saturday,
March 21, at the Eau Gallie
Civic Center, 1551 Highland
Ave., Melbourne. The theme
will be aMardi Gras celebra-
tion.
More than 100 male vol-
unteers from the Brevard
County community will vol-
unteer as chefs for the
evening, showcasing their
signature recipes. The event
will also feature a live band
with New Orleans-style
entertainers, a full bar and a


live and silent auction. Tick-
ets are $60 each and two for
$100.
For information, call (407)
478-2996, e-mail
Ashley@bbbscfl.org or visit
www.bbbscfl.org.

Puffttin' on a pawty

Brevard County Parks and
Recreation Department,
South Area, together with
Brevard Animal Services and
Enforcement, will host a
Spring Pawty and Adop-
tathon Saturday, March 21,
from 9 a.m. to noon at the
Wickham Park Main Pavil-
ion, 3845 N. Wickham Road,
Melbourne.
The dog-friendly event
will provide dogs and their


owners an opportunity to
socialize with other dogs
and owners. Several rescue
groups will be in attendance
with dogs available for
adoption.
Admission is $5 per dog
and includes a doggie good-
ie bag, entry to contests, a
doggie Easter Egg Hunt and
an opportunity for photo-
graphs with the Easter
Bunny.
For information, call (321)
255-4400.

Free glucose
testing set

In conjunction with
American Diabetes Alert
Day, Wuesthoff Health Sys-


tem will host "free" diabetes
glucose testing at the follow-
ing three Wuesthoff loca-
tions from 8-11 a.m. Tues-
day, March 24:
Wuesthoff Medical Cen-
ter Rockledge Lobby, 110
Longwood Ave., Rockledge
Wuesthoff Medical Cen-
ter Melbourne, private din-
ing room, 250 N. Wickham
Road, Melbourne
Wuesthoff Viera Atrium,
8060 Spyglass Hill Road,
Viera
For information, call (321)
255-8160.

Parents can
help teens

The Reality Check Pro-


gram, designed to help
teenagers make good choic-
es, will offer a workshop to
show parents what the pro-
gram does and how it can
help all families. The special
two-hour session is sched-
uled for 6 p.m. Wednesday,
March 25, at the Primerica
office, next to the Driver's
License Bureau, 3542 Har-
bor City Blvd., Melbourne.
Cost is $25 each.
Call (321) 327-2921 or visit
www.realitycheckprogram.o
rg to register.

Childbirth
classes offered

Birth Resources of Brevard
offers childbirth classes


throughout Brevard County.
Classes cover the compo-
nents of breathing, relax-
ation and position changes
to help labor.
Classes are offered in the
evening and may be taught
in Spanish. Cost is $50 per
family unit. For information,
or to register, call (321)252-
4573 or visit www.flori-
daoutreach.com.

Donate to
Nana's House

Nana's House, a new
children's home for neg-
lected, abused, needy or
abandoned children will
host a house shower to fur-
nish and decorate its first
home that will house six
children. The shower will
take place from 1-6 p.m.
Saturday, March 28, at
Watersong retirement
community, 7300 Water-
song Lane, Viera.
The shower is co-ed and
will feature snacks and lit-
erature to herald in the
birth of a new home for the
children.
Call (321) 724-5400, Ext.
229 for information.

Raise funds for
abused children

The Board of the Chil-
dren's Advocacy Center of
Brevard will host its annu-
al Toast and Roast event at
6 p.m., Saturday, April 4, in
the rotunda at the King
Center for Performing Arts
in Melbourne. The roast
will raise funds for the
CACB and honor State
Attorney Norman Wolfin-
ger, who makes a differ-
ence in the lives of abused
children. Tickets are $75
each and include dinner,
music, dancing and the
roast.
For information, call
(321) 259-1883.


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Window


shopping


for a car
Having had my "best
laid plans" changed
due to weather, I
spent a recent Sunday
window-shopping ... for a
car.
I began by scouring
smaller car lots in the area
for an idea of what brand of
automobiles fit the criteria
for my next purchase.
Perusing the lots on a
Sunday proved to be a good
idea most were not open
for business. After seeing
the same vehicle, in varying
versions, on three lots, I left
with my mind pretty much
set on a Kia Sportage, for
several reasons: first, as a
foreign car, it will last a long
time with regard to
mileage; second, it will be
pretty good on gas; third, it
has a hatchback with fold-
down rear seats that will
accommodate my kayak or
my poodles.
With this in mind, I
compared prices. Now, two
of the Sportage models
were the larger ones. I
expected them to cost
more, but the same model,
make and year, with about
the same miles, varied in
price by $1,000 from one
car lot to another. And, the
down payment and
monthly payments were
considerably higher on the
second lot. I understand
that a higher price equals
higher payments, but if I
increase the down payment
by half, why will I pay $50
more a month for two years
when I have already paid
$600 more down? Hmmm.
On Monday, I called the
first lot, which displayed
the smaller version, for the
price. The phone was
answered by a salesman
who had difficulty under-
standing me.
Let me digress here a
moment. Now, I admit,
English is my first and only
language, despite the fact
that I took three years each
in Spanish and French
when I was in school.
School, not college, just so
the timeline is understood.
I have the utmost respect
for, and even envy, those
who are multi-lingual. As a
teenager, I wanted to work
See EXPLORE, B2


Musician shares his love of Florida


By Tony Judnich
Judnich@hometownnewsol.com
While Chris Kahl's
musical roots extend across
the pond to London, they
receive plenty of nourish-
ment from Florida sun-
shine.
Mr. Kahl, 32, was born in
Rockledge and is a graduate
of Merritt Island High
School and Rollins College
in Winter Park. After
completing college, the folk
musician spent five years in
London.
"I traveled around and
performed on subways in
the London Underground,"
said Mr. Kahl, who now calls
Cocoa home. "I met a lot of
English and Irish folk
musicians when I was in
London. They sang about
their history and culture,
and that spurred me to
create my Florida music."
He describes his sound as
"Floridiana," a Sunshine
State blend of roots-,
acoustic- and storytelling-
based music that embraces
the nostalgia of old Florida
while connecting with the
community.
In addition to his travels,
Mr. Kahl's music is influ-
enced by his parents' record
collection. Growing up, he
would listen to Creedence
Clearwater Revival, The
Byrds and Bob Dylan, who
Mr. Kahl says is "the
ultimate acoustic
guitarist/harmonica
player/singer-songwriter
who made it into the
mainstream.
"Bob Dylan is the model
for what I do," he said.
Mr. Kahl began playing
the piano when he was


Staff photo by Tony Judnich
Musician Chris Kahl performs a song from his new CD,
'Sunshine Kid' at And All That Jazz Cafe in Cocoa March
6.


about 8 years old and took
up guitar in high school.
His six-stringed acoustic
Gibson guitar, the front of
which is decorated with the
image of a white dove, has
gone with him on many
journeys. Mr. Kahl pays
tribute to his cherished
instrument in the song, "My
Good '01 Gibson Dove," on
his new CD, "Sunshine Kid."
He sings:
"She's always there when


the lights go down
"Her maple wood it
makes the sweetest sound
"Here we are to sing the
songs that we love
"Me and my good'ol
Gibson Dove."
While Mr. Kahl and his
guitar are well-traveled, it is
clear where his heart is by
looking at the title of the first
song on his new disc:
"FloridaYou'll Always Be My
Home."


Mr. Kahl is an artist in
residence with Brevard
County Schools and
currently teaches music,
songwriting and Florida.
history to third-grade
students at Stephenson
Elementary School on
Merritt Island.
Last year, he taught those
subjects to the school's
fourth-grade students, who
performed a play based on
his songs. The show
included 75 students
singing, "FloridaYou'll
Always Be My Home" with
Mr. Kahl.
Partnering with the
Florida Humanities Council,
Mr. Kahl also entertains
audiences statewide with
his songs and stories.
"I like to get people
excited about where they
live and to be creative," Mr.
Kahl said.
As he did on his 2006 CD,
. "Orange Blossom Memo-
ries," Mr. Kahl pays tribute
to his home state on his new
disc, the cover photo of
which shows him sitting in
front of the historic Porcher
House in Cocoa Village.
On "Sunshine Kid," his
friend Bo Frazer plays
mandolin and pedal steel
guitar on several songs and
his friend Leon Olguin plays
bass on "Bad Bad Birds,"
which was inspired by
artwork at the Bad Birds
Gallery in Cocoa Village.
The disc was recorded at
Cocoa's S.O.L.O. Creative
Media recording studio and
engineered by Mr. Olguin,
who owns the studio.
The third song on the CD
honors Holman Stadium in
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FRIDAY, MARCH 20
'Book Launch and Art
Show:' LoPressionism
Gallery, 1002 E. New Haven
Ave., Melbourne, from 5:30-
8:30 p.m. (321) 722-6000.
'Once Upon A Mat-
tress:' will be presented by
Astronaut High School, 800
War Eagle Blvd., Titusville.
Performances are at 7:30
p.m. Friday, March 20, and
Saturday, March 21; and 2
p.m. Sunday, March 22.
Tickets are $7 for adults and
$5 for seniors and students.
(321) 264-3000.

UPCOMING EVENTS
Tony Kenny's Celtic
Nights will be hosted by
Immaculate Conception
Church, 3780 A1A, Mel-
bourne Beach. Two per-
formances are scheduled
for Saturday, March 21, at 2


p.m. and 7 p.m.. Tickets are
$20 and may be purchased
by calling (321) 777-2252.
Auditions: for "The Sis-
ters Rosensweig" by Wendy
Wasserstein. Monday,
March 23, and Tuesday,
March 24, at 7 p.m. May 8-
23 at Titusville Playhouse,
301 Julia St., Titusville. Call
(321) 268-1125 for infor-
mation.

GALLERIES & MUSEUMS
Art and Antique Stu-
dio: 1419 Highland Ave.,
Melbourne. Open 10 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Monday through
Friday, 8:30 p.m. first Friday
of the month, and 10 a.m.
to 3 p.m. Saturday. Call
(321) 253-5553.
Art Gallery and Studio:
802 E. New Haven Ave.,
Melbourne. Open 11 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Monday through


Saturday. Call (321) 720-
7532.
Brevard Art Museum:
1463 Highland Ave., Mel-
bourne. Open 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. Tuesday through Sat-
urday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Thursday and 1-5 p.m. Sun-
day. Call (321) 242-0737 or
visit www.brevardart muse-
um.org.
Brevard Museum of
History and Science: 2201
Michigan Ave., Cocoa. Open
Monday through Saturday
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sun-
day noon to 4 p.m. Call
(321) 632-1830.
Brigantine Gallery: 80
S. Orlando Ave., Cocoa
Beach. Open from 9 a.m. to
5 p.m. Monday through Sat-
urday and Sunday by
appointment. Call (321)
783-7430.
Cuba! Gallery of Fine
Art: 541 E. New Haven
Ave., Melbourne. Open


Monday through Saturday,
10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Call (321)
729-8800 or visit
www. cubagalleryflorida. co
m.
Downstairs Gallery:
909 E. New Haven Ave.,
Melbourne. Open 11 a.m.
to 4 p.m. Call (321) 727-
8470.
Fifth Avenue Art
Gallery: 1470 Highland
Ave., Melbourne. Open 1-5
p.m. Tuesday through Sat-
urday. Call (321) 259-8261.
Foreman Art Glass
Design Studio: 2415 Har-
bor City Blvd., Melbourne.
Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday through Saturday.
Call (321) 725-7005 or visit
www.foremanartglass.com.
Funky Junky Gallery:
1372 Highland Ave., Mel-
bourne. Open Monday
through Saturday from 10
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as an interpreter for the
U.N.
But how many times
must I repeat "Kia
Sportage" before I am
understood? Apparently,
more than five, at which
point I muttered "Never
mind," and hung up the
phone.
Still undeterred, I called
another branch of the same
dealer, who looked up the
price for me and quoted it.
Deciding to further


pursue the Kia Sportage
research, I went online and
viewed the listings at
www.car.com. When the
listings first came up on the
screen, my heart began to
fall to my toes as I saw the
prices, well out of my reach.
But when I toggled the price
range from "highest to
lowest" to "lowest to
highest," I breathed a sigh
of relief. Aha! That was more
like it.
You can only imagine my
surprise and, to put it
nicely, frustration when I
saw that same smaller
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a.m. to 5 p.m. Call (321) 242-
222.
Greenwood Gallery:
1520 Garden St., Titusville.
Open 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Tuesday through Friday and
10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday.
Call (321) 268-3362.
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& Gallery: 4525 S. Hopkins
Ave., Titusville. Open Tuesday
through Saturday 10 a.m. to
4 p.m. Call (321) 567-4932
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Hooper Gallery: 909 E.
New Haven Ave., Melbourne.
Open 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon-
day through Saturday. Call
(321) 890-3978 or visit
www.jerryhooper.com.
IMAGO Arts Gallery: 701
E. New Haven Ave., upstairs,
Melbourne. Call (321)
953.5321 or e-mail
upsideart@yahoo.com.
Kennedy Space Center
Gallery: Kennedy Space Cen-
ter Visitor Complex, NASA
Parkway off State Road 405,
Cape Canaveral. Open 9 a.m.
to 5:30 p.m. every day except
Christmas and launch days.
Call (321) 452-2121.
Mud Flats Pottery: 1518-
D S. Babcock St., Melbourne.
Open Tuesday through Satur-
day. Hours vary. Call (321)
951-1310.
North Brevard Historical


Museum: 301 S. Washington
Ave., Titusville. Open 10 a.m.
to 3 p.m. Tuesday through
Saturday. Call (321) 269-
3658.
Old Town Hall History
Center: 2373 Oak St., Mel-
bourne Beach. Open Satur-
day, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Call
(321) 676-0660.
Rossetter House Histori-
cal Museum: 1320 Highland
Ave., Eau Gallie section of
Melbourne. Open 10 a.m. to
4 p.m. Monday through Sat-
urday and 1-4 p.m. Sunday.
Call (321) 254-9855.
Silken Galleria: 912-A E.
New Haven Ave., Melbourne.
Open 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon-
day through Saturday, and
noon to 4 p.m. Sunday. Call
(321) 733-2788.
Sunshine Framing and
Art Gallery: 5410 Murrell
Road, Suite 111, Viera. Open
10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday
through Friday and 10 a.m. to
4 p.m. Saturday. Call (321)
433-3332.
Sundancer Gallery: 6


Florida Ave., Cocoa Village.
Open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Mon-
day through Saturday, and
noon to 6 p.m. Sunday. Call
(321) 631-0092.
The Downtown Gallery:
335 S. Washington Ave.,
Titusville. Open 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. Monday through Friday
and 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Satur-
day. Call (321) 268-0122.
Two Feathers Gallery:
833 E. New Haven Ave., Mel-
bourne. Open 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. Monday through Satur-
day. Call (321) 733-1227.
Valiant Air Command
Warbird Museum: Space
Coast Regional Airport, 6600
Tico Road, Titusville. Open 9
a.m. to 5 p.m. every day. Call
(321) 268-1941 or visit
www.vacwarbirds.org.
Ventana al Mundo: 210
Brevard Ave., Cocoa Village.
Open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Mon-
day through Thursday, 10
a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday and Sat-
urday, and noon to 4 p.m.
Sunday. Call (321) 633-5151.
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Gallery: 1875-C S. Patrick
Drive, Indian Harbour Beach.
Open 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Wednesday through Friday
and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Satur-
day. Call (321) 779-5001.

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Melbourne. Call (321) 723-
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atre: 817 E. Strawbridge
Ave., Melbourne. Call (321)
723-6935.


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Ramp Road, Cocoa Beach.
Call (321) 783-3013.
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forms at Brevard Community
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lege Parkway, Palm Bay. Call
(321) 723-3056 or visit
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Garage sale: 4-7 p.m.
Titusville Garden Club, 5275
Sisson Road, Titusville. Call
(321) 264-4266 for informa-
tion.
'TGIF' hike: in South
Tosahatchee. 6 p.m. Meet at
the Burger King on State
Road 520, just west of Inter-
state 95. Call (321) 961-4044
or e-mail
morena_cameron@hot-
mail.com.
God's Girlz: AGLOW
Women's Fellowship. 6:30-
8:30 p.m. Maranatha Christ-
ian Center, 3506 N. Harbor
City Blvd., Melbourne. (321)
259-5962.

SATURDAY,
MARCH 21
Flea market: 8 a.m. to 2
p.m. Bensen Historical
House, 5795 U.S. 1, Grant-
Valkaria. (321) 723-8543.
Photo club: 9-11 a.m.
Enchanted Forest Sanctu-
ary, 444 Columbia Blvd.,


(State Road 405), half a mile
west of U.S. 1, Titusville.
(321) 264-5185.
Adult CPR course: 9
a.m. to noon. Satellite Beach
Fire Department, 1390 S.
Patrick Drive, Satellite
Beach. Cost is $35, plus $15
for books. Call (321) 773-
4405 for information.
Garage sale: 9 a.m. to 1
p.m. Titusville Garden Club,
5275 Sisson Road, Titusville.
Call (321) 264-4266 for
information.
BigTruck Day: 10 a.m. to
2 p.m. DRS Community
Center, 1089 S. Patrick
Drive, Satellite Beach. (321)
773-6458. Free admission.
Stamps and more: 10
a.m. to noon. The Viera
Regional Community Cen-
ter, 2300 Judge Fran
Jamieson Way, Viera. Cost is
$15 per class. (321) 433-
4891.
Vibrant Women's Con-
ference: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Hilton Melbourne Rialto
Place, 200 Rialto Place, Mel-
bourne. (321) 768-0200.
Registration is $120.


Taste of Titusville: 11
a.m. to 4 p.m. Brevard Com-
munity College, 1311 North
U.S. 1, Titusville. For infor-
mation, visit
www. titusville.org.
Luncheon and fashion
show: American Association
of University Women. 11:30
a.m. to 1 p.m. Eau Gallie
Yacht Club, 100 Datura
Drive, Indian Harbour
Beach. Call (321) 953-8314
for information.
Adopt a pet: Noon to 3
p.m. Melbourne Square
Mall, 700 W. New Haven
Ave., Melbourne. (321) 636-
3343.
Book signing: with local
author Maxine Stansbury,
signing her new book, "On
the Road to Christ." 1-3 p.m.
Barnes & Noble, 1955 W.
New Haven Ave., West Mel-
bourne. (321) 726-8817.
Discover Florida: 2 p.m.
Library of Florida History,
435 Brevard Ave., Cocoa.
(321) 690-1971.
St. Joseph's Table: 5:30
p.m. Holy Name of Jesus Life
Center, 3050 N. AlA, Indi-


alantic. Cost is $15. (321)
773-2783, Ext. 148.
Ballroom and Latin
dancing: for singles and
couples of all levels. Mel-
bourne Ballroom, 830 North
Wickham Road, Melbourne.
(321) 255-1537. Cost is $10
per person.
Square dance: 8-10 p.m.
Satellite Beach Civic Center,
565 Cassia Blvd., Satellite
Beach. Cost is $5. (321) 254-
6416.
Easter Bunny arrives:
through April 11. 10 a.m.
Melbourne Square Mall,
1700 W. New Haven Ave.,
Melbourne. (321) 727-2000.

SUNDAY, MARCH 22
Jewish Festival: 10 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Melbourne Audito-
rium, 625 E. Hibiscus Blvd.,
Melbourne.

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Art and literature
mingle

Artist Nancy Dillen will be
featured in an art opening
and book signing from 5:30-
8:30 p.m. Friday, March 20,
at LoPressionism Art
Gallery, 1002 E. New Haven
Ave., Melbourne. Call (321)
722-6000 or visit
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tion.

Atlantic hosts trio

Atlantic Music Center, 25
S. Wickham Road, Mel-
bourne, will present EdVod-
icka's Jazz Trio at 7:30 p.m.
Friday, March 20.
Tickets are $22 in
advance and $25 at the door.


Musician
From page BI1
Vero Beach. This year, for the
first time in decades, the Los
Angeles Dodgers are not
conducting their spring
training at the stadium. The
team now trains in Arizona,
but Mr. Kahl immortalizes its
time spent inVero Beach in
the song, "Dodgertown:"
"Dodgertown Dodgertown
now spring training's here
"The hot dogs and the
peanuts and the ice cold beer
"Dodgertown Dodgertown
won't you give 'em a big cheer
"Cause opening day they'll
be in L.A., but it's always
Dodger Blue here."
Mr. Kahl performed the
song at Dodger games at
Holman Stadium in 2007 and
2008.
"Growing up, that was myL
favorite place to go and watch
games," he said. "Holman
Stadium was like the shrine
for spring training, and I was
really sad when they left."
He also shares his love of
old.Forida.inthe new song,
"LitdeWhiteaHouse," which
describes the house in Key
West where Harry'Truman
spent much of his presidency.
!In"Campfire Melody," the
second song on "Sunshine
Kid," Mr. Kahl sings:
Now I'm getting all sleepy
eyed
"And pretty soon the sun
'will rise
"But I can't bring myself to
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Arts notes


Call (321) 768-2221 for tick-
ets and information.

Fabric art on display

Boutique 4 Quilters, 2945
W. New Haven Ave., Mel-
bourne, will host an exhibit
by Ellen Lindner through
March 31. Ms. Lindner, of
Melbourne, is a fabric col-
lage artist and will present a
demonstration of her work
Saturday, March 21, at 2
p.m. Her work may be
viewed at Boutique 4 Quil-
ters from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday through Friday, and
from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sat-
urday.
Visit www.AdventureQuil-
ter.com to view Ms. Lind-
ner's work.
For information, call (321)
724-8012 or e-mail elind-
ner@cfl.rr.com.


Winds set concert

Central Florida Winds will
perform at 3 p.m. Sunday,
March 22, at Holy Trinity
Episcopal Academy Upper
School, 5625 Trinity Drive,
Melbourne.
The program will include
"Pictures at an Exhibition"
by Mussorgsky and "After-
noon of a Faun" by Debussy.
For information, call (321)
223-6688 or visit
www.CFWINDS.org.

Jazz comes to
Florida Tech

Jazz in the Panthereum,
hosted by WFIT 89.5-FM
and the city of Melbourne,
will take place from 3-6 p.m.
Sunday, March 22. The per-
formance will be at the Pan-


"There's still songs to sing."
Upcoming performances JOKERS WILD ARCADE *66MACHIA
by Mr. Kahl include shows at:
12:30 p.m. Saturday, S
March 28, at the North
Brevard Historical Museum's
annual barbeque at Fox Lake c
Park, 4400 Fox Lake Road,
Titusville
*6-9 p.m. April 10 atAnd
All That Jazz Cafe, 1641 N.
Cocoa Blvd., Cocoa
The "Orange Blossom
Memories" CD can be
purchased at the Florida
Historical Society, 435 Brevard
Ave., CocoaVillage. The
"Sunshine Kid" CD can be
purchased at Mr. Kahl's shows E
and should be available soon
on his Web site,
www.chriskahl.com. -
For more information, visit I_________9
the Web site, e-mail Mr. Kahl OUR OCAL NEWS
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or call him at (321) 452-1219.


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The Melbourne Commu-
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American Business
Women's Organization:
Fourth Tuesday, 6 p.m. Eau
Gallie Yacht Club, 100 Datu-
ra Drive, Indian Harbour
Beach. (321) 693-2077.
American Association of
University Women: Third
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college degrees. (321) 723-
9355.
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Beach. (321) 729-9563.
Bonsai Society of Bre-
vard: Third Saturday, 2 p.m.
Melbourne Public Library,


540 Fee Ave., Melbourne.
(321) 255-4064.
Brevard Democrats:
Third Wednesday, 7 p.m.
Agricultural Center, 3459
Lake Drive, Cocoa. Registra-
tion for new members at
6:30 p.m. (321) 773-4596 or
visit www.brevarddemoc-
rats.org.
Brevard Now: Fourth
Tuesday, 5:30 p.m. 192 Grill,
1212 E. Strawbridge Ave.,
Melbourne. (321) 727-3636.
Brevard Watercolor
Society: Second Saturday, 1
p.m. Satellite Beach Civic
Center, 565 Cassia Blvd.,
Satellite Beach. (321) 255-
1002 or visit www.brevard
watercolors.org.
Camera Club of Bre-


vard: First Wednesday, 11:30
a.m. Melbourne Public
Library, 540 Fee Ave., Mel-
bourne. (321) 723-7787 or
visit www.ccbrevard.com.
Citizens for Constitu-
tional Property Rights:
Third Monday, 6:30 p.m.
Locations vary. (321) 453-
4729.
Citizens for Florida's
Waterways: Fourth Wednes-
day, 6:30 p.m. Locations
vary. (321) 449-0827.
Harbor City Harmoniz-
ers: Each Tuesday, 7:15 p.m.
Trailer Haven Community
Center building, 1205 Eddie
Allen Road,. Melbourne.
(321) 779-4802 or visit
See CLUBS, B7


Riverside Bank selects heroes


For Hometown News
Brevnews@hometownnewsol.com
Riverside National Bank
has bestowed Hometown
Hero honors on Mel-
bourne residents and busi-
ness entrepreneurs Audrey
and Troy Taylor. The Tay-
lors, owners of Duffers
Sports Bar, 3122 West New
Haven Ave., Melbourne,
were recently recognized
for their outstanding com-
mitment to charitable
activities in the communi-


ty.
The Hometown Hero
Awards were presented by
senior teller Melinda Mar-
tin and relationship
banker Jennifer Riddle,
both of Riverside National
Bank.
"During Thanksgiving
and Christmas, the Taylors
opened their business to
local residents who had no
place to go for the holidays
and would not have had
holiday meals," said Ms.
Martin.


The holiday meals were
only part of the Taylors'
giving back to their com-
munity.
Ms. Riddle said the Tay-
lors were generous in their
efforts to help local chari-
ties in fundraising.
The Taylors are currently
organizing a poker run to
benefit The Sharing Cen-
ter. The special event will
take place .in April.
For information about
the poker run, call (321)
724-2528.


Leeza's Place offers classes


For Hometown News
Brevnews@hometownnewsol.com
Health First's Leeza's
Place, 3661 S. Babcock St.,
Melbourne, offers the fol-
lowing classes:
Sit and Fit: Wednesdays,
2-3 p.m.
Empowered Caregivers:
a support group for care-
givers caring for someone
with memory loss. Thurs-
'days,!11 a.m. '1i6


Family Memories: a
scrapbooking class that
builds memory books.
Thursday, 1:30-3:30 p.m.
Stroke Support Group:
for caregivers and stroke
survivors. 11 a.m. Wednes-
day, March 18
Of Course I'm
Depressed: designed to
help caregivers recognize
the Warning signs of
depression and develop
coping!.kills, tol 'at-d to


their own health and well-
being. 11 a.m. Thursday,
March 19
Focus on Healing: using
the Lebed method, which
focuses on healing through
movement and dance. 11
a.m. Friday, March 20
Alzheimer's disease:
keep the symptoms from
worsening. 11 a.m.
Wednesday, March 25
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groups
Alzheimer's: Also
adult daycare pro-
grams. Brevard
Alzheimer's Founda-
tion. Call for meeting
times. (321) 253-4430
Beachside Care-
givers: 3 p.m. Thurs-
days, Holy Apostles
'Episcopal Church, 505
Grant Ave.,. Satellite
Beach. (321) 253-4430
Better Breathers:
1-p.m. first Wednes-
days, Holmes Region-
al Medical Center, 611
E. Sheridan, third
floor classroom. (321)
434-7105
Breast Cancer:
6:30-7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, Next
Step Wellness Center,
Henegar Center, 625
E. New Haven Ave.,
Melbourne. (321) 727-
0333
Brevard Home-
school: Call for meet-
ing times. Martha
(321) 951-9966
Care for the Care-
giver: 10-11:30 a.m.
second and fourth
Saturday, One Senior
Place, 8085 Spyglass
Hill Road, Viera. (321)
752- 2534 or visit on
the Web: www.onese-
niorplace.com


Clubs
From page B6
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monizers. -
Helping Hands Crochet
Club: First Sunday, October
through June. 1-3 p.m.
Alumni House of Florida
Institute of Technology, 2510
Country Club Road, Mel-
bourne. (321) 951-7320.
Indialantic Rotary Club:
Each Wednesday, 12:15 p.m.
Eau Gallie Yacht Club, 100
Datura Drive, Indian Har-
bour Beach. (321) 255-2000
or visit www.indidlanticro-
tary.org.
International Associa-
tion of Administrative Pro-
fessionals: Melbourne
Chapter, first Tuesday, 5:30
p.m. Hilton Rialto, Rialto
Place, Melbourne. (321) 639-
1780.
Italian Language Club:
Each Thursday, September
to May, 6 p.m. Community
Room, Melbourne Square
Mall, Melbourne. Beginner's
class offered. (321) 768-


7869.
Jewish War Veterans:
Post 639, second Sunday,
September to June, 9:30 a.m.
Call for location. (321) 433-
3025.
Knights of Columbus:
Bishop Verot council No.
5845, first and third Tuesday,
7:30 p.m. Holy Name of
Jesus Catholic Church, 3050
N. Highway A1A, Indialan-
tic. (321) 727-1937.
Laureate Epsilon Iota:
Chapter of Beta Sigma
Sorority. Second Monday,
7:30 p.m. Call (321) 723-2250
for location.
Laureate Zeta Sigma:
Second and fourth Monday,
7:30 p.m. September
through May at various
locations. (321) 676-7949.
Libertarian Party: Third
Tuesday,,6:30 p.m. Kay's Bar-
becue, 1552 W. King St.,
Cocoa. (321) 722-1181.
Lion's Club: Melbourne
Beach/Indialantic chapter.
Second and fourth Monday,
7 p.m. Melbourne Beach
Public Library, 324 Ocean
Ave., Melbourne Beach.


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Lion's Club: Satellite
Beach chapter. First and
third Tuesday, 6:30 p.m.
Memaw's Bar-B-Que, 600 E.
Eau Gallie Blvd., Indian Har-
bour Beach. (321) 773-8664.
Melbourne Beach
Rotary Club: Each Tuesday,
7:30 a.m. Beach Street
Eatery, 302A Ocean Ave.,
Melbourne Beach.
Moms Club: for'stay-at-
home moms. Second Friday,
10 a.m. Satellite Beach
. Library, Satellite Beach.'
(321) 777-2616.
National Association of
Active and Retired Federal
Employees: Chapter 609.
Fourth Thursday, 11 a.m.
Melbourne Square Mall,
New Haven Ave. (321) 242-
8525.
Republican Women's
Network of S. Brevard: Third'
Thursday, Eau Gallie Yacht
Club, 100 Datura Drive,
Indian Harbour Beach. (321)
728-4424.
Scots American Society:
Second Wednesday, 6:30
p.m. Front Street Civic Cen-
ter, Melbourne. For those of


Scottish heritage or those
interested in the culture.
(321) 254-9752.
Scribblers of Brevard:
Second and fourth Saturday,
9:30 a.m. Eau Gallie Public
Library, 1521 Pineapple Ave.,
Melbourne. (321) 255-1984.
Seabee Veterans of
America: Third Saturday, 11
a.m. Don's Famous Hoagies,
784 S. Apollo Blvd., Mel-
bourne. (321) 725-0900.
Seaside Stitchers: First
Monday, 9 a.m. Lutheran
Church of the Redeemer,
corner of Babcock Street
and Avenue A, Melbourne.'
(321)724-1421.
Society of Registered
Nurses Retired: Florida
Space Coast Chapter. Sec-
ond Monday, 11 a.m. The
Tide NCO Club, Patrick Air
Force Base, Satellite Beach.
(321) 449-0633.
Space Coast AfricanVio-
let Club: First Saturday, 1:30
p.m. Melbourne Beach Pub-
lic Library, 324 Ocean Ave.,
Melbourne Beach.
Space Co ;t Inventors
Guild: Fourth Saturday, 2
p.m. Eau Gallie Public


Library, 1521 Pineapple
Ave., Melbourne. (321) 768-
1234.
Space Coast Parrot
Head Club: Third Friday, 7
p.m. Nautical Spirits, 2700
Harbortown Drive, Merritt
Island. Visit www.space-
coastparrotheads.com.
Space Coast Peggers:
Local cribbage club. Mon-
days, 6 p.m. 300 S. Sykes
Creek, Merritt Island. (321)
632-2088.
Space Coast Wine
Guild: Fourth Thursday, 7
p.m. DRS Community Cen-
ter, 1089 S. Patrick Drive,
Satellite Beach. (321) 956-
1894.
U.S. Air Force Security
Force Association: Space
Coast chapter meets sec-
ond Wednesdays at 11:30
a.m., at The Tides Collocat-
ed Club, State Road A1A,
Patrick AFB. Call (321) 243-
8919.
USS Relentless:
Starfleet International
Chapter. Second Monday,
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Remember what it is like to fall in 'crazy love'


Falling in love ... Do you
remember what it was
like the very first time?
How old you were? What he
or she looked like? What he
or she was wearing on your
first date? Your first kiss?
Whether you remember it
or not, whether they are


good memories or not, there
is something special about
our young love. I'll confess
that my wife was not my first
love. Don't worry, she
already knows that. I had
been "in love" before, but
this one was different.
I remember the day I real-


ly started falling for her. I
was in 12th grade; she was
in 11th. She was dressed up
as a clown makeup and all
- and was helping entertain
the elementary school chil-
dren at a school fair they
were having. I kas helping
supervise the BB gun booth.


That's when I noticed her at
the booth next to me. I still
remember her funny hat
and her rainbow-colored
shoe laces that went with
her clown outfit. I flirted a
little and, to make a long
story short, we ended up
going out and, three years
later, getting married.
Young love, or early love,
is crazy. One of the crazy
things about early love is
that you will do anything to
show your love. And I did -
to the best of my very young
and immature ability. No
one was telling me, "Nate,
you need to take her on a
date." No one said, "Hey,
you really should be nice to
her and try to win her


heart." There were no
"needs" and shouldds"
There was just crazy love.
That was the motivation for
all the crazy things I did to
win her love. And I still do
sometimes, not because it's
still early love, but because it
has grown into a deep, com-
mitted, more selfless love. At
least when I am at my best.
But so often, we lose that
crazy love. In Revelation 2,
Christ writes to the church
at Ephesus. He has a lot of
good .to say about them: "I
know your deeds, your hard
work and your persever-
ance. I know that you can-
not tolerate wicked men,
that you have tested those
who claim to be aposles but
are not, and have found
them false. You have perse-
vered and have endured
hardships for my name, and
have not grown weary."
It sounds like they're
doing great. They're being
faithful and working hard at
love, and that's good. But: "
... I hold this against you:


You have forsaken your first
love."
They were doing all the
right things, but their hearts
weren't in it. And that was
serious enough for Christ to
tell this church that if that
didn't change, it was over
between them. This is the
last warning before a "Dear
John" letter from God.
Sometimes church and
religion seem like a lot of
shouldd" and "oughts." My
hope is that during this
Lenten season, you have
forgotten about the
shouldd" and "oughts" and
have, instead, discovered
God's crazy love for you
and, maybe for the first
time, or maybe for another
time, you fall deeply in love
with your Creator. Come
along. Fall in crazy love with
Christ.
Nate Steury is the pastor of
St. Mark's Church in Indi-
alantic, where he lives with
his wife and four children.
Contact him at stmarksum-
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From page B4
can Revolution: Philip Perry
Chapter. 11:30 a.m. Will
present "Who Were the Indi-
ans on Indian River?" Rock-
ledge Country Club, 1591
Fiske Blvd., Rockledge. Call
(321) 453-5052 to reserve.
Lynda Weatherman: of
the Economic Develop-
ment Commission will
discuss "The Journey For-
ward." 11:30 a.m. to 1:30
p.m. DoubleTree Cocoa
Beach Oceanfront Hotel,
2080 N. Atlantic Ave.,
Cocoa Beach. Cost is $35 at
the door. (321) 459-2200.
Basic water aerobics:
6-6:50 p.m. Palm Bay
Aquatic Center, 420 Com-
munity College Parkway,
south of the' Brevard
Community College cam-
pus in Palm Bay. Fee is $3
per class. (321) 952-2232.
Moonlight Quilters
Guild: 6:15 p.m. Titusville
Public Library, 2121 S.
Hopkins Ave., Titusville.
(321) 264-5026.
Divorce recovery
workshop: 7-9 p.m. Sun-
tree United Methodist
Church, 7400 N. Wickham
Road, Suntree. Childcare


is available as well as a
program for children' of
divorce. Call (321) 302-
0717 or e-mail sfrancis-
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THURSDAY,
MARCH 26
Community for a Life-
time seminar: Noon. DRS
Community Center, 1089 S
Patrick Drive, Satellite
Beach. Call (321) 773-6458
to reserve. A light lunch is
provided.
Basic water aerobics: 6-
6:50 p.m. Palm Bay Aquatic
Center, 420 Community
College Parkway, south of
the Brevard Community
College campus in Palm Bay.
Fee is $3 per class. (321) 952-
2232.
Titusville Computer
Club: will discuss Adobe
Photoshop. 7 p.m. St.
Gabriel's Episcopal Church;
414 Pine St., Titusville. (321)
267-3746..
Ballroom dance lessons:
7-8:30 p.m. First United
Methodist Church of Cocoa,
825 Forrest Ave., Cocoa, in
Hughlett Hall. Cost is $2. All
ages are welcome; partner is
not necessary. (321) 636-
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Recipes for spaghetti sauce and a delicious fruit cobbler


Hello smart shop-
pers. Just a little
more about the
terrible economy.
One of my sons had to
downsize a beautiful store
to a hole in the wall and
my daughter, the most
incredible domestic
engineer who, as a single
parent, raised a daughter
and put her through
college, now sits waiting
for the phone to ring.
Before there weren't
enough days in the week
to accommodate all who
wanted her service. Let's
all pray for the future of
this country.
Last week we talked
about saving money. I love
corn on the cob but not at
$1.25 an ear. Frozen corn
is about 50 cents each.
It has been a long time
since I printed my
spaghetti sauce and to
answer a lot of requests, it
bears repeating.
The recipe is from my
mother's mother and my
father's mother, Mamma.
Together, it's the best. I
was told to use an Italian
brand of tomatoes since
they're made with plum
tomatoes, which are
sweeter.
A basic tomato sauce,
one to which you will add
meat if you choose, does
not contain oregano.
Oregano is used in a
marinara sauce. Disagree?
That's fine, that's what it's
all about, but try my
sauce; you be the judge.
The secret to great
tomato sauce is one, in the
ingredients, and two, in
the method of cooking.
One thing you really need
is a large heavy pot, so if
you don't have one, now is
the time to buy one.
Gone are the days when
I used lard or bacon
drippings. After learning
my cholesterol was too
high, I changed many of
rriy Tecipes, eliminating, if
possible high-fat and
high-cholesterol ingredi-
ents.
Today my sauce is
virtually fat-free. Amaz-
ingly, it's still delicious.
Adding grated Romano
cheese to the sauce as it
cooks adds a little fat but
so much flavor.
Tune in next week when
we add meatballs and
other goodies.

SPAGHETTI SAUCE
serves six or more

1 large (28 ounce) can of
tomato puree
1 large (28 ounce) can of
crushed tomatoes with
added puree
2 small cans tomato
paste
2 large onions
2 medium carrots


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2 large cloves of garlic
2 tablespoons extra
virgin
olive oil
1 pound fresh ground
virtually fat-free ground
beef, if you're making a
meat sauce
5 or 6 large fresh basil
leaves, whole, or 1
tablespoon dried basil
Pinch of dried rosemary,
crushed between fingers
Several sprigs fresh
Italian
parsley (chopped) or 1
tablespoon, dried
1 handful grated
Romano
cheese
1-1/2 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon ground black
pepper
Few shakes crushed red
pepper (optional)
Water or chicken broth

Peel onions and garlic;
trim and scrub carrots.
Carrots contain a natural
sugar, which usually
eliminates the need for
added sugar. Chop
vegetables very fine (a
food processor is great for
this). Sautd in a large pot
in the oil or water, if you
want a completely fat-free
sauce.
As Mamma used to say,
"You must cook the
vegetables until they
almost melt."
Since you are using a
very small amount of oil,
you must keep adding
water, about a cup at a
time, as it cooks down.
This is the longest prepa-
ration process for the
sauce and can take about
30 minutes.
Add ground beef,
breaking it up as it.
brown, ,if yo,\4Ynt a
meat c .p9,gn'. .;.
usually do this since I
prefer meatballs.
Add paste and cook a
few minutes, stirring
constantly. Add remaining
ingredients and broth or
water until thinned to
desired consistency. Stir
well; bring to a boil.
Lower heat to just a
simmer, cover and let
cook for 2 hours, stirring
occasionally.
Remember, a burnt
sauce is bitter and cannot
be fixed.


1/2 stick butter or 1/4-
cup butter substitute,
such as Smart Balance
4 cups peeled and sliced
peaches, nectarines or
apples
1/2-cup sugar, or 1/4-
cup
sugar and 1/4-cup
Splenda
1 tablespoon plus 2/3-
cup
biscuit mix, divided
(either regular or low fat
mix)
1/2-teaspoon cinnamon
2 tablespoons firmly
packed brown sugar
2 tablespoons milk*
*If using skim milk, add
1
teaspoon more butter or
Smart Balance


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COBBLER (NIB)
regular and low
- cholesterol
serves six


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In 1-quart shallow
casserole combine fruit,
sugar, 1 tablespoon baking
mix and cinnamon.
In medium bowl, mix
remaining 2/3-cup baking
mix with brown sugar.
With electric mixer, cut in
butter or butter substitute
until mixture is the size of
small peas. Stir in milk
until moistened. Drop by
spoonfuls onto fruit.
Bake at 400 degrees for
30 minutes until toothpick
inserted into crust comes
out clean. Let stand 5
minutes.
lam available for talks
from south Vero to Hobe
Sound, call (772) 465-5656.
When a recipe is not in
my cookbook it will have
(NIB) next to the title.
For an autographed
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Running or not $200 &
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WANTED TO BUY: Sta-
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3 PIECE Sectional, by
Carson or High Point,
$95, good cond,
321-242-5927 SB
BAND SAW- floor model
14, Delta type, works
great, $125,
321-917-5748 SB


BAR STOOLS- 3, 30"
solid wood, like new, $40
each, 321-752-7372 SB
BED Queen size,
complete,Sealy mattress
and box spring, all for
$200, 321-409-8265 SB
BEDROOM SET- Wash-
ed oak, 4 piece, book
case, side cart, $135,
321-752-1190 SB
BICYCLE Baja mini
Bike, new, $200,
321-728-3867 SB
BICYCLE, BOSS- very
good condition $60.
21-615-4787
BIRD CAGE- black
wrought iron, on stand,
good for parrots, $30,
21-242-5899 SB
BOOKS 47, hard cover
novels, good authors,
$1.50 each,
321-254-8675 SB


BOWFLEX MACHINE-
classic, new cost was
$600, will sell for $200,
321-733-5994 SB
BUNK BED- Deluxe, twin
or full, $195,
321-255-0535
CAMERA Minolta XGM
35, 50mm, zoom lens,
$100, 321-452-5641 SB
CAR SEAT- Child, sleep-
ing5 bag, portable crib,
50 takes all,
321-768-7880 SB
CARGO COVER- for
Chevy 6' bed, like new,
$175, 321-604-5925 SB
CARPET 27. square
yards, 14'x15', taupe,
excellent quality, $200,
321-723-2532 SB
CARPET CLEANER-
deep steam, dishwasher,
$190 for both,
321-431-6316


COFFEE TABLE, with
matching end tables,
dark wood, $90,
321-453-4872 SB
COFFEE TABLE/ match-
ing end tables, $50, Win-
nie the Pooh Bassinette,
$50, 321-271-7311 SB
COLOR TV's- 32", $80,
36" $55, 19" $35,
321-723-2365 SB
COMPUTER Dell Lap-
top, 2, early model, good
for games, with charger,
$60, 321-480-7992 SB
COMPUTER PRINTER-
Epson Stylus, $10, Pana-
sonic VCR, $15,
321-676-0779 SB
CONSOLETTE PIANO
by Kimball, $200/obo.
Moving, Must Sell.
321-984-5216 so. brev.
COUCH- hunter green &
beige, matching chair,
ottoman, small coffee ta-
ble, $200, 321-626-1167


COUCH/ LOVE Seat-
matching, $100, Burgun-
dy rocking chair, $25,
321-676-7462 SB
COVER for truck bed,
snap on, excellent cond,
$160, 321-501-6437 SB
CRIB solid light maple,
Childcraft, very good con-
dition, $150,
321-757-9138 SB
DINETTE TABLE- w/ 4
chairs, 48"x24, Golden
oak, vertical slate back,
$125, 321-724-1312 SB
DINING ROOM Set, Ta-
ble w/6 chairs & Hutch. In
excellent condition.$175
321-409-8140
DINING SET- Oak, 6
chairs with cushions, 2
leaves, nice, $125,
321-403-4126 SB
DISHWASHER Ken-
more, $50, Hot Point
stove, $50, 321-727-3440
SB


DRYER Electric, heavy
duty, 201b capacity, 3
temps, 3 cycles, works
great, $50, 321-604-9552
DVDICD PLAYER- Sony,
with remote, 5 disc, $100,
200 disc, $140,
321-984-3847 SB
EDGER 3.5 HP, Briggs
& Stratton motor, runs
good, $75, 321-253-2629
SB
ELECTRIC DRYER- ex-
cellent condition, $100,
321-537-3057 SB
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286a, excellent condition,
adjustable seat, $100,
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EXERCISE SWING-
Easy Stride, walker with
papers, excellent condi-
tion, $25, 321-632-4873
EXERCISE-Bike, Sears,
Lifestyler, Cardlo Fit, per-
fect cond., never used,
$100, 321-453-8274
FILE CABINET- 4 draw-
ers, letter, black, $70
obo, 321-757-5435 SB
FINE CHINA- Japan,
Cherry Blossom pattern,
39 pieces, $20,
321-242-4629 SB
FLOWER POTS- Set of 3
various sizes, hand
painted $25.
321-783-2940
FORMAL GOWN- size
12, black net with beads
over dark purple, $25,
321-752-8189 SB
FRAMED PAINTING- oil,
blue and sand color
ocean scene, 3x4, $125,
321-474-7887 SB
FREEZER, KENMORE,
upright, 5 cubic ft., good
cond. $50. 321-723-6616
GARDEN TILLER- 5HP,
weed eater, $150,
321-723-0614 SB
GLIDDER ROCKING
chair with ottoman, $20,
School desk w/chair, $20,
321-723-0079 SB
GOLF BALLS- used, 600
for $0.05 each,
321-537-7264 SB


HOSPITAL BED, electric,
no sideralls, New, only
used twice, $125.
321-259-2773
HP COLOR printer $50
obo, casio keyboard $50
321-984-8771
JACKET Leather, Dale
Earnhardt Sr, $150 obo,
Nascar Dicast, 10 at $5
each, 321-288-5658 SB
JACKET US Navy,
new, leather, light, size
42, $100, 321-242-6711
SB1
KEYBOARD Casio,
with stand, 100 song
bank, song books, like
new, $45, 321-480-7225
KITCHEN SET- blonde
wood, w/ leaf, $75, 5' cof-
fee table on wheels, $75,
321-728-3883 SB
LIFT CHAIR, Electric
$100. Beige leather Swiv-
el recliner $100. 321-
604-2235 (Palm Bay)
LOVE SEAT- tan, Cordo-
roy, $35, 321-729-8507
SB
LUGGAGE CARRIER-
car top, black, leather, by
Ford, folds for storage,
$50, 321-724-0505 SB
MARBLE SINK- w/faucet
(37x19), $50, Bathroom
cabinet, oak (36x18),
$100, 321-984-8774 SB
MICROWAVE: White,
like new $10. Birdcage
$10 Antique Croquet Set
$10 321-960-6097


MIXER Concrete, mud
and mortar, used for 5
hours, with dump action,
$100, 321-727-0345 SB
OXYGEN ACC. TORCH-
ES- with tanks, $200,
321-537-0082 SB
PADDED CHAIRS- 9
available, Desk, I- shaped,
file cabinet, all $150 obo,
321-622-2442 SB
PERFUME, Coco Cha-
nel, large bottle 3.4 ft. oz.
Never used! $50.
321-752-0170 Melbourne
PHOTO EQUIPMENT-
for darkroom, omega en-
larger, easels, trays, dry-
ers, $190, 321-259-5721
SB
PLYWOOD 12 pieces,
assorted sizes, for hurri-
cane protection, $75,
321-952-7746 SB
POOL CLEANER- Above
Ground, Manta like, new,
$200, 321-693-1378 SB
PRINTER, Lexmark- like
new, little use, $18obo,
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QUAKER PARROT- with
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Gibson, Martin Guitars &
morel Stack Plaza. We
buy. Call 321-727-3000


COCOA BEACH,
Thurs-Sat. 3/19 3/21
10am-5pm. Estate Sale.
224 Bahama Blvd. Lots
of furniture/some anti-
ques, also 3 bikes, glass,
pottery, collectables. Too
much to mention
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& Sat 3/21 from 8 am to 3
pm, 551 Jennifer Circle
(Hollywood Estates off
192) Moving sale A lit-
tle bit of everything.
SATELLITE BEACH,
FrI-Sun, 3/20-3/22
8am-2pm, 460 Carrisa
Dr., AlA or Patricks Dr.
to Desoto, to Kale, right
on Carrisa. Household
goods, Appliances, furni-
ture, clothes, electronics,
& much morel


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3/20-3/21, 8am-3pm No
Early Birdsl 407 Lofts Dr.
off St. Andrews. Bikes,
garden tools, crafts, holi-
day decorations, house-
hold items, Furniture &
lots morel 321-610-7321


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Manufactured Home
Community, Sunday 3/22
from 1:00pm to 3:00pm.
Many models to choose
from. Starting at $12,000.
Hollywood Blvd North to
the end of Fell Rd.
321-216-5555



ST. JOHNS RIVER 133'
x80' waterfront lot.
Putnam County FL Deep
wide canal mln. to St.
Johns River, 2001 2-br
moble home, new boat
house & seawall,
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COCOA BEACH Wind-
rush By owner, 1st floor.
2br/2ba fully furn, ready
to move in $187,000.
All reasonable offers
considered. Call 321-
783-1905; 617-543-2253


MELBOURNE 2/1 Down-
town, Grant Place Condo
1st Floor. Living, dining
rm area, kitchen. All nice
sized rooms. Laundry off
kitchen. Very Good Price
@ $119K1 321-729-6357


ROCKLEDGE, Clean 2/2
55+ quiet, secure, view
from balcony, pool, spa,
many extras, great lo-
cation. Will look at all of-
fers. Easy terms.
321-474-4934


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BANK OWNED CONDO.
English Park, Melbourne.
1/1, fixer upper, $26,600.
Geanne 321-501-0577
United Country Flamingo
Realty & Auction Inc.

COCOA RIVERFRONT 1
plus acre, cbs 2b/1.5ba +
office, w/separate lbr
rental + Efficiency
$575,000. 321-544-6204
FORT PIERCE $19,900
investor special, possible
seller financing, 2/1
frame house on fenced
lot, vacant, needs minor
TLC, great cash flow
potential. 772-332-2505
MIMS, WATERFRONT
Home, 1 acre on deep
water lake, 3/2/2, relax on
back deck & enjoy beau-
tiful lake view! $155K.
321-961-2020. See photo
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PORT ORANGE By own-
er, The Sanctuary (gated
community), 2172 SF,
like new 2001, 3/2/2,
many extras. Reduced
$225,000. 386-760-3395
see photo at www.
hometownnewsol.com ad
#58978
PORT ST LUCIE Span-
ish Lakes 1, CBS, 2 yrs
2/2/1, foyer, fridge, stove,
d/w, verticals Hurricane
shutters & laundry room.
$120,000 772-807-8133

VERO BEACH- Brand
New Home. 3/2 on lake-
Lease option or Rent
$1500./mo Great Neigh-
borhood. Paver driveway.
321-693-6505





REDUCED
MERRITT ISL New town-
homes, 3/2.5/1car 2000sf
wood firs, crown molding,
screen porch, pool.Lease
/lease purchase. Monthly
rates vary. 321-543-7677

Is El


GORGEOUS LAKE WASHINGTON OAKS POOL HOME
4 Bedroom 2 Bath in Mint Condition. 2,160 Sq Ft Undei
Air. Porcelain Tile Throughout, New Cabinets/Countez
Tops in Kitchen/Baths, Great N. Melbourne location with
Oak Lined Street. Owner Says Sell!! $3,000 Towards
Buyer's Closing Costs. Asking $259,000. Make Offer!I

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MELBOURNE, Female
40 + N/S to share house
w/same, room w/private
bath/entrance, $400/mo.
incls. all + $400 Security.
321-243-5817
PALM BAY Share home
3/2, kitchen privileges, Ig
screen porch,quiet neigh-
borhood. $385/mo.+ $75
Security. 321-984-2123.
SATELLITE BEACH,
share nice 4br/2ba home,
walk to beach, furn., non
'smoker/non drinker. $550
+ Dep. 407-748-4395
SEBASTIAN Rooms for
Rent. Furn., all utilities,
cable, refrigerator, micro-
wave, pool, Pets ok (fee)
$225/wk 772-589-4546
SEBASTIAN: Looking
to share 4/2 house with
heated pool./ Willing to
care for Senior Female
non medically. Call for
details. 772-589-4980


BREVARD: NEEDED 1
to 2 Bedroom, Clean Sin-
gle Female 62, Set In-
come, 321-914-4442 Ask
for Liz




COCOA BEACH, 2/2,
W/D, near ocean, Post
Office, Library & shops.
$795/mo. + Security. N/S,
No/Pets 321-453-8693
COCOA BEACH: 2/2/1,
1 blk from Beach, great
location, with Boat Slip,
heated Pool, includes
everything but electric.
Like New! $950/mo.
321-784-5609
INDIALANTIC 1BR/1BA.
Furnished, very nice &
clean. 2 blocks to ocean,
$500/mo. inclds electric &
cable. Cell 954-661-7008


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COCOA, Timeshare 2/2
Condo, Furnished, Just
bring your toothbrush
Week of 4/18-4/25. Call
for info. 330-470-0643
GATLINBURG TENN
Near Dollywood. Plan
your break now. 2 & 3 br
chalets with mountain
views, hot tubs, Jacuzzis,
game rooms. Pet
friendly. 1-877-215-3335
www.marysescape.com
Affordable and
Reliable
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82 CHEVY SHORTBED
Hot Rod. 400 small
block. Very clean, Must
see. $6500/obo
386-569-3542


MINT
CADILLAC 1989 El
dorado Biarritz comp
restored, in & out. New
Cadillac engine still under
dealer warrantee $9000.
772-873-8025
CADILLAC, 1967 Fleet-
wood Eldorado, First Per-
sonal Luxury compact, no
rust, low miles, $7,500.
386-672-7366;453-6677
DESOTO FIREDOME
1955 291 Hem!, Auto
76K. Straight car. Needs
TLC etc. $4750/obo. Rich
772-589-0242 IRC
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MARATHON. LUXURY
1-6 bedroom vacation
homes. Beautiful ocean-
front properties. Pools,
hot tub, docks & morel
Weekly & long weekend
rates. Call now and Plan
for your Summer Trip!
1-888-564-5800
American-Paradise.com
ST. AUGUSTINE BCH
Oceanview Condo fr $99
nite,$779/wk Oceanfront
house from $199 nite/
$1399 week,Oceanfront
wedding $359 or Historic
Dist from $129/ nite Dis-
count Cruise from
$289pp. 904-825-1911
www.sunstatevacatlon.com


Sharm


FORD CUSTOM 1951
2-dr sedan. All oig. 6 cyl.
Needs very little work!
Can drive anywhere.
$11,900/obo
772-766-2636
MERCEDES 1984, 500
SEL, Original, no rust.
Perfect interior, near
classic. Must see.
$5400 386-451-8152
SOLDI I sold my Mer-
cedesl! Thank you
Hometown News. B.G.



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INDIAN HARBOUR BCH
NOTHING BEATS FREE
All NEW, All FREE:
Water, sewer, lawn, pest,
garbage and CABLEI
Laundry on premises,
huge rooms, walk to bch!
2BDRM / BATH $795
1BDRM / BATH $695
Call 321-777-1532
MELBOURNE Central
location on quiet street.
lbr/lba, ceramic tile, new
Saint, $500/mo incls.
/D, lawn, water, trash,
pest. Call 321-693-2784
MELBOURNE / Old Eau
Gallie area efficiency apt
Small furnished, clean,
quiet, no pets. $425/mo.
Drug free environment.
Call 321-254-4229
MELBOURNE Furnished
Studio Apt..Clean, Quiet,
no pets, $375/mo.
1BR $560/mo. Call for
info: 321-254-0328
MELBOURNE: 2br/1.5ba
$5950mo + Security In-
cludes Water & Cable.
No Pets. 321-254-7400
MELBOURNE: Clean &
Ready move in. Close to
Holmes Regional. 1br
$495, 2br $595 (407)
929-0284 (321) 704-7188
TITUSVILLE 1BR/1BA
new paint, carpet. $400.
mi, $350 security. Back-
ground check. No Pets
386-405-4539
VERO BEACH 2/2 condo
spacious unfurn 2nd fl
Remodeled. W/D, ceiling
fans. Annual $650/mo.
plus security. No Pets.
772-461-5109
VERO BEACH 2/2
Luxury condo. Beachside
location. Village Spires.
Completely renovated
last year. $1500/mo. Call
Keith 617-803-7809


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Good Condition. Must
Seel Only 47,700 mi.,
$8,600, 772-663-5962
DONATE A Car today to
help children & their fami-
lies suffering from Can-
cer. Free Towing. Tax
Deductible. Children's
Cancer Fund of America,
Inc. www.ccfoa.org
1-800-469-8593


WOW
FORD MUSTANG GT
Cony. 1996, 59K orig.
mi., New factory paint
job, new top. Loaded,
New Tires, Cold NA/C with
Automatic Transmission
$7,200. 321-848-2825
PONTIAC, Convertible
G-6, 2007, Black
retractible hard top.
20,000 mi, heated leather
seats, satellite radio,
great buy! $18,000/obo
06-791-4780


SEBASTIAN- 3/2 apts.
Move in special Call,
772-581-4440 *Income
Restrictions Apply*

WOW
VERO BEACH: Call for
specials! lIbr's from
$475, 2br's from $550.
Tile, New appl. Close to
Beaches, Parks & Res-
taurants. 772-563-0013
VIERA, 2/2 SPLIT, All
Tiled, Easy Access,
Ground Floor, Pool, Spa,
Club House, The Greens
at Viera East by Viera
Blvd. off Murrell.
$975/mo. 321-704-7088
VIERA: THE GREENS
2br/lba FULLY FUR-
NISHED condo, Com-
munity Pool, Exercise
Facility. $800/mo + se-
curity 321-638-8751
WEST MELBOURNE
Garret's Run, Spacious 1
st fir 2br/2ba condo, scrn
patio. Incl cable. $750/mo
321-543-2353


BAREFOOT BAY Newer
2/2, in park w/golf course,
pool, tennis etc. Quiet
area Unfurn. $650/mo. or
lease w/option to buy.
772-589-3201
BREVARD: Wonderful
rentals, convientaly locat-
ed! Starting at $625/mo
Find out which have 1/2
off the 1st monthly
321-412-2737 Annika
Martin, Re/Max Service
Team
Grant-Valkarla Cottage,
lbr/lba kitchen/living rm
Great neighborhood,quiet
wooded & private area
with acreage. Only $475/
month includes utilities.
Call 321-591-9419


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TOYOTA, CAMRY, 2002,
21K/mi., perfect cond.
White, 4 door, Automatic,
$7200. Don't miss this!
321-652-8085; 684-1038




MOTOR WANTED: 97
Ford F-150, 4.6L V8
w/installation. Willing to
trade good running 97
F-150 for motor with in-
stallation. 772-812-8338
or 772-489-2964




DONATE A CAR- Help
Children Fighting Diabe-
tes. Fast, Free, Towing.
Call 7 days/week. Non
-runners ok, Tax Deducti-
ble, Call Juvenile Diabe-
tes Research Founda-
tion, 1-800-578-0408


WATERFRONT
ROCKLEDGE: Gated
newly remodeled 3/2.5/1
Twnhse, CBS, Pool, Ten-
nis. Dock access & kayak
launch. $190,000 Kathy,
Own/Agent 321-427-9833



NC MOUNTAINS
Warm Winters/Cool
Summers. NEW! E-Z to
finish log cabin shell
w/loft &basement,
includes acreage
$99,900. Mountain&
waterfront homesites
from $39,000-$99,000.
Financing Available!!
828-247-9966 (Code41)
NEW SMYRNA BEACH
Beautiful 2.5 acres.
Cleared, fenced ready to
build. Country setting
Close to 95 & local
shopping. Owner forced
to sell due to illness.
$125,000/obo
386-689-3045
PORT ST LUCIE 2 acre
lot cleared St. James golf
course. Horses allowed
water, sewer, paved
street. $179,000/obo
561-239-9216
954-571-6889




DOUBLEWIDE

55+ Community
in Melbourne, Fl

Great Communityl

Completely
Furnished 2br/2ba

$19,900


321-727-3446

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Indianlantic/Satelitte
Bch 3/2/2, fenced yard
$1250/mo or 2/1
$800/mo 321-508-7801

MELBOURNE, Between
the Causeways, remod-
eled 3/1, w/utility rm.
$695/mo., + lst/last/Sec.
321-327-7072;720-2926
MERRITT IS, New Found
Harbor, 2br/1.5ba 1200sf.
Carports, central ac,
scrn porchs, treed fenced
yard, $600/mo, +$300sec
annual.321-662-0815
greenmtn33@yahoo.com
PONCE INLET- beautiful
3-br/2-ba/2-cg oceanfront
home 20' x 50' deck
overlooking beach, Newly
renovated. New appraisal
value, $1.288 mll. $4000
per month, 1 year lease
with option to extend. 1st
& last, $2000 damage
deposit. 407-321-2007


TITUSVILLE 3br/1.5ba,
1car gar, fenced yd,
central a/c, good citrus,
hurr. shutters. $775/mo +
dep. 407-929-4229




CAPE CANAVERAL:
Clean 2/1/1, Pool, W/D
hookup, Cable ready.
$975/mo inci water. No
pets. 321-868-7750

Sharp
MERRITT ISL New town-
homes, 3/2.5/1car 2000sf
wood firs, crown molding,
screen porch, pool.Lease
/lease purchase. Monthly
rates vary. 321-543-7677


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WANTED JUNK CARS
Running or not $200 &
up. We pay cash! 24-hrs.
Call 321-631-0111


BMW 2002, K1200 LTE,
ABS brakescover, heat-
ed seats/grips, radio/CD,
cruise control, intercom &
navigation. New tires.
$12,200. 386-252-4115

Unbelievable
HARLEY DAVIDSON 03
anniversary edition. FLHT
Needs nothing. Reverse
auction. Drops $500 wk.
obo 772-519-2638

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MELBOURNE MOBILE
Homes. 2BR from $2500
to $18,000 **Broadview
55+, Post Road. ** Tan-
tara, All family. Near
schools and shopping.
Office 321-259-3522
Park mgr 407-283-5277
MELBOURNE Only $400
2/1 Don't miss out. Must
sell quick. Home is al-
ready set up. Ask about
Bonus 321-254-7313
MELBOURNE, lbr/lba,
Central Heat/AC, Frig,
Stove, Ig 8x10 shed. 55+
Park, quiet, safe, club-
house, riverviews, lot rent
includes W/G/S. $16,000
321-557-3074. see photo
on line www.
hometownnewsol.com ad
# 58871
MELBOURNE, 4/2 with
family rm, formal living &
dining rm, eat in kitchen
w/lsland bar, & laundry
rm.. Master ba w/garden
tub, sep. shower & dual
sinks, 28'x64'(1689 sq ft)
$38,900. 321-432-6933
MELBOURNE, Close to
1-95, shopping & Sam's
club, 1981, 3/2, 2.5 car
block garage, screened
room, fenced yard, own
the land (.24 acre), great
neighborhood, seller mo-
tivated, new roof (2004),
$90,000 321-288-9433
MELBOURNE: Brand
New Doublewide Show-
home 2br/2ba attached
carport, 07' Horton. Only
$39,995. Reduced over
$20K. Will sell quick.
321-254-7313
STUART- 55+ HIDDEN
Harbour. Furnished 2/2
deeded lot. Carport,
clubhouse, pool, marina.
Owner financing $79,000
772-288-1207
TITUSVILLE 55+ Park.
56' w/Florida room & car-
port. Furnished. Newly
renovated. $5,000. Call
321-267-0017
TITUSVILLE, 14'x52',
55+ park, 8x20 work
shop, laundry rm, 8'
grnhouse, lot rent $235/
mo. incls. w/s/g, $11,500
/obo 321-268-2131


TItusville, 2/2, '05 Beau-
tiful Dblwide w/Indian Riv-
er View, end lot, several
upgrades, all appliances,
$105K/neg. Family leav-
ing area. 712-299-3252



38 AC. Sportsman Para-
dise w/Hardwood timber
for deer, duck, turkey
hunting. Fronts Conecuh
River for fishing in S. Ala-
bama, $89,000. King
Realty. 334-566-8053
www.troy-al-real-estate.
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FORECLOSURE
PROPERTIES
In beautiful N. Georgia,
TN & NC. cabins, homes
& mountain lots. Call for
details or visit website:
www.ucbi.com/property
Call 706-400-9971 or
706-400-9973
GEORGIA 10+ acres.
Ware County Georgia
near Waresboro on
McDonald Road, lots of
beautiful trees.
$22,500.00 for complete
package. 912-427-7062
Cell# 912-269-9349


GEORGIA Long County
Georgia, 7 miles from
Fort Stewart, Beautiful
lots with paved roads,
curb and gutter, electricity
and community water
system, up scale restau-
rant and club located
near by. $19,500.00 per
lot owner financing avail-
able. 912-427-7062 or
912-269-9349
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS,
FL, 1.87 acres in
Keystone Heights golf
community, 41st Street,
frontage 336.12' & could
be separated. $69,900
772-971-1251
LAND IS STILL THE
BEST INVESTMENT -
Stop losing money in the
stock market!
TEXAS & OLD MEXICO
Affordable Hunting &
Fishing Property.
lOOAcres for $79,000
w/10% down & no credit
check. All sizes available
up to 20,000 acres.
1-877-77-BIGLAND
(1-877-772-4452)
N. GEORGIA MTNS -
Beautiful Completely re-
built 3/2 cabin, noisy
stream, spring. Also,
completely rebuilt double-
wide 2.5ac also building
lot 706-273-4514
NC MOUNTAINS
Warm Winters/
Cool Summers.
NEW! E-Z to finish log
cabin shell w/loft & full
basement, includes
acreage. $99,900.
Ask about our mountain
& waterfront homesites
from $39,000-$99,000.
Financing Available!!
828-247-9966 (Code19)
NORTH FLORIDA LAND
871acs in Jefferson Co.
Timberland, planted pine
mixed w/hardwood bot-
toms, grt hunting, rd
frontage,$1995/ac.t
Southern Pine Planta-
tions 352-867-8018
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OWNER FINANCE N.
Florida Land. Beautiful
area near springs & riv-
ers. 1.5 to 5 acre tracts.
$1500 down with no cred-
it check! Call for free col-
or brochure.
1-800-754-4531
SMOKY MTNS, TN near
Gatlinburg. acres with
access to Douglas Lake
& gorgeous mtn views.
$58,000 financing avail.
Owner 1-865-621-0435
www.GoLandWorks.com
TENN PIGEON FORGE
3 rental Cabins for sale.
40 mile view. Investment
& rental program. See
papa,momma, baby bear,
at www.patriotgetaways.
com. All for $650,000, or
separate. 404-663-1615
TENNESSEE
HOMESITES
acre to 35 acre building
lots from $133/month,
Owner financing.
Developed includes
roads, electric & water.
Close to town, shopping,
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