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Vol. 5, No. 40 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, May 1, 2009


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Register for Kids
Career Camps
Students who will enter
the seventh, eighth and
ninth grades next fall may
register for Brevard Commu-
nity College's Kids Career
Camps.
The four-day camps will
teach students about careers
in. submersible robotics,
health care, crime scene
technology and as veterinar-
ian technicians.
The camps will take place
from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Monday through Thursday,
June 1 to July 23 at the BCC
campuses. Snacks will be.
provided and students must
bring their lunch. The cost is
$85 per child and registration
is required.
Each camp is limited to 20
See BRIEFS, A2


Coalition provides childcare

for families in need

Donation from Rockledge Rotary helps support programs and
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For some families with children, the high cost of
quality childcare outweighs a weekly paycheck.
The Early Learning Coalition of Brevard County
provides peace of mind for these parents, by pro-
viding assistance to offset the cost of childcare -
the average cost in Brevard County ranges from
$500-$700 a month so parents can keep their
jobs and know their child is in a safe environment.
"When you don't offer services like this you see
children left home with an 11-year-old brother or
sister, children left in the car while mom is at work
and people choosing between providing for a fami-
ly or finding a safe place for their kids," said Richelle
Holes, community development manager for the
Early Learning Coalition of Brevard County.
Since 1999, the ELC has overseen the school'
readiness program, which provides subsidized
childcare for moderate- to low-income families,


untary Pre-Kindergarten Program, a curricu- '
lum-based program that prepares children for
kindergarten, said Ms. Holes.
Parents must work 20 hours a week or attend
school, and meet the federal poverty rate to
qualify.
"These are the working poor," said Ms. Holes.
"We don't want them to have to make a choice
between feeding their children or making sure they
are in a safe place."
The ELC helps close to 10,000 children in Brevard
County annually.
All families that apply for the service go through
a family needs assessment, in which the ELC can
connect them with county services, said Ms. Holes.
Children in the program also receive learning
assessments, which help prepare them for kinder-
garten.
"We are catching things a lot sooner instead of
having a child struggle through kindergarten and


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Inclusion specialists, on staff with the ELC,
help children with learning disabilities, vision or
hearing impairments, or those children who just
have a problem sitting still.
"If a childcare provider recognizes that a kid is
not picking up things, they're biting, or are.anxious,
inclusion specialists go into the daycare setting and
work out a special lesson plan. These recommen-
dations can follow a child all the way into their ele-
mentary (school) years," said Ms. Holes.
Every student in the school readiness program
See CHILDCARE, A2


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By Jennifer Nessmith
Stahl@hometownnewsol.com
Most moms the world over are
known for putting their families'
needs before their own.
But Melbourne Square Mall hopes
to change all that at least for one
evening.,
The shopping destination will host
Ultimate Moms Nite Out from 6-9
p.m. Thursday, May 7.
This inaugural event is part of a
nationally recognized organization.
National Mom's Nite Out. which is
the brainchild of Maria Bailey,
author of "The Ultimate Mom."
Malls and businesses nationwide
will participate in the event. The
evening, touted as a "nationally
organized celebration of mother-
hood," will bring together today's
moms, physically and virtually.
According to the Web site
www.momsniteout.com, the Nite
Out "will unite more than 150 social
media groups, companies, local
playgroups, mommy bloggers and
mother social networks in giving
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Nikki Thompson, assistant manager, makes adjustments to a display at White House Black Market in Mel-
bourne Square Mall. The store will be supplying clothes to the fashion show on Mom's Night.


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Monument in park


to pay tribute to


Apollo program


By Tony Judnich
Judnich@hometownnewsol.com
A $905,000 monument fea-
turing a shiny, A-shaped cen-
terpiece and a hollow, bronze
Earth and moon will be
unveiled this summer at
Space View Park in honor of
the Apollo program's missions
to the moon.
The missions include the
first moon landing by astro-
nauts Neil Armstrong and
Buzz Aldrin on July 20, 1969.
Officials plan to dedicate the
Apollo monument on July 17,
during the Apollo 40th
Anniversary Celebration.
A total of six Apollo mis-
sions landed astronauts on
the moon, with the last land-
ing occurring in 1972, accord-
ing to theWikipediaWeb site.
"These six Apollo space
flights are the only times
humans have landed on
another celestial body," the


site said. "The Apollo pro-
gram, specifically the lunar
landings, is often cited as the
greatest achievement in
human history."
The U.S.. Space Walk of
Fame Foundation oversees
the Space Walk of Fame and
monuments for the Mercury
and Gemini programs at
Space View Park, 8 Broad St.,
as well as the .Space Walk of
Fame Museum, 4 Main St.
The foundation has
received money for the Apollo
monument from grants, spe-
cial events and individual
donations, Brevard County
Parks and Recreation director
Don Lusk said in a March 24
report to county commission-
ers. He said the foundation
has spent $555,000 for the
monument's bronze panels,
eight of 15 pylons, hand-
prints/facial profiles of Apollo
astronauts and the bronze
See MONUMENT, A8


County's ambulance fees


have increase
By Tony Judnich .
Judnich@hometownnewsol.com
Patients being transported to hospi-
tals in ambulances operated by Bre-
vard County Emergency Medical Ser-
vices will be charged higher fees, the
County Commission agreed April 14.
Commissioners approved increasing
the ambulance patient billing rates to
levels that, according to county infor-
mation, represent the average of
providers in 17 counties and 42 munic-
ipalities.
The changes took effect April 21. The
rate for advanced life support level II
ambulance service .increased from
$499 to $627, the rate for advanced life
support level I ambulance service was
raised from $469 to $541 and the rate
for basic life support ambulance serv-
ice increased from $369 to $501.
Commissioners also approved rais-
ing the mileage cost of the ambu-
lances, or the rate per patient transit
mile, from $6 to $9.18, and increasing
the charge for having an ambulance on
standby at a special event from $41 to
$70.
Before the meeting, county Fire Res-


"(The new rates) will provide for
an annual revenue increase of
$737,000, which will result in a
lower General Fund subsidy to
the department's EMS budget "

Dennis Neterer
Interim county fire chief

cue staff had identified two billing
rates that were lower than the
Medicare reimbursable rates.
The approved resolution for the new
rates includes language "that states
that if, in the future, the Medicare
reimbursable (rate) increases above
any established billing rate, that billing
rate shall be adjusted to match the
Medicare reimbursable rate," officials
said in a report for the commission
meeting.
In the report, interim county fire
chief Dennis Neterer said the 'new
rates "will provide for an annual rev-
enue increase of $737,000, which will
result in a lower General Fund subsidy
to the department's EMS budget."


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participates in the Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten
program, a free service for families, which is
offered as a yearlong program or a condensed
summer program for students entering
kindergarten.
"It's really an important program, especially
now, when children going into kindergarten
are expected to know so much coming in, like
their ABC's, their colors and addition. If they
don't know these, they are behind the learning
curve."
Since theVPK program is free, families in the
school readiness program do not have to pay
for the childcare during the VPK portion of the
day.
"If a child-is attending a daycare and the cen-
ter is aVPK provider as well, they would attend
school from 8 a.m. to noon. The family then
would only pay for the childcare from noon to
5 p.m.," said Ms. Holes.
The organization, which operates on a $30
million budget, is funded through the Agency
for Workforce Innovation, but must match 6
percent of the dollars they spend through local
fundraising.
Recently, the Interact Club, a community
service organization at Rockledge High School
sponsored by the Rockledge Rotary, donated
$750 to the ELC.
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The members of the Interact Club raised the
funds for the donation through their "Hands
on the Wall" project, said Jerry Spaniol, youth
services director for the Rockledge Rotary.
Members of the 2008 senior class paid $5 to
paint their handprint on a blank wall at Rock-
ledge High School.
"It's a lasting legacy for that senior class and
they were able to raise a lot of money," said Mr.
Spaniol.
The members of the Interact Club choose
the organization they wish to support each
year, he said.
The donation will help get families off of the
waiting list, of which there are currently about
300, said Ms. Holes.
"To help a family it costs $180 for a child to
attend school readiness for a full year," said Ms.
Holes.
Some of the funds will also be used to start a
literacy program. The ELC will create libraries
in each of its five Brevard County locations, so
children can check out a new or gently used
book.
"We'll also talk to parents about the impor-
tance of reading to their children and provide
them with a journal they can put pictures in
and keep track of their reading," said Ms,
Holes.
For more information on the Early Learning
Coalition, visit www.elcbrevard.org or call
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students. To obtain the
camp schedule and to
register, call (321) 433-
7535 or contact Janice
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vardcc.edu. The registra-
tion form can be found at
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Humane Society
offers summer
camp

COCOA The Central
Brevard Humane Soci-
ety's fourth annual Dog
Days of Summer Camp is
scheduled for 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. June 15-19 and July
13-17.
The camp is for chil-
dren ages 9 to 12 and will
take place at the Humane
Society, 1020 Cox Road.
At the camp, children
will enjoy games and arts
and crafts, interact with
animals and learn about
responsible pet owner-
ship, the humane treat-
ment of animals and pet
safety.
The cost per session is
$125 per child. Applica-
tions to the camp can be
downloaded from
www.crittersavers.com or
picked up at the shelter in
Cocoa or any of the three
Molly Mutt Thrift Shops
in downtown Melbourne,
Merritt Island and Rock-
ledge.
For more information,
contact Janet Burke at
(321) 636-3343 or volun-
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Spas take steps toward a greener atmosphere


By Tammy Roberts
Roberts@hometownnewsol.com
While most spas and relax-
ation centers in Brevard
County are devoted to making
each customer feel calm and
comfortable, a few have taken
the idea a step further.
Opened in March 2007,
Kalianas Med Spa & Wellness
Center in Indian Harbour
Beach implemented the
"green" theme from the
ground up.
In remodeling the facility,
the owners added as many
renewable resources as they
could to the spa, earning cer-
tification from Leadership in
Energy and Environmental
Design, a national green
building rating system that
provides a list of standards for
environmentally sustainable
construction.
"Our owners really wanted
to focus on this theme and
show their respect to the envi-
ronment with our line of nat-
ural products," said Arwen
Haislett, spa director. "I think
our clients definitely appreci-
ate that when they come in."
From the energy-efficient
lighting and appliances to the
facility's flooring, Kalianas
stresses the importance of
basic resources.
In areas where there is car-
pet, the facility uses non-toxic
adhesive on the underside of
the carpet, as well as the wall-
paper, Ms. Haislett said.
From transforming rejuve-
nation therapies to treat-
ments that address chronic
disorders, Kalianas is devoted
to producing lasting benefits
for a lifetime of health, vitality
and well-being for its cus-
tomers.
Kalianas offers a variety of
spa services for both women
and men, including a Hapai
mother-to-be massage,.
hydrating island wrap and an
Ipo couples' massage. Each
can be altered to meet an
individual's needs or goals.
The spa offers skincare
services ranging from facials
and microdermabrasion to
"hydrafacials" and a Maikai
skin rejuvenation treatment,
which involves eight weeks of
individualized treatments.


Hair removal, nail services,
"makeup wakeup" services
and wellness treatments, such
as "aqua detoxing" are also
available to customers.
Through all of its services,
the Kalianas team sticks by its
goal of performing "the art of
healing-- relaxed."
"As an environmentally
conscious facility, we can con-
tinue to encourage others to
not leave behind as much of a
carbon footprint when they're
gone," Ms. Haislett said. "I
think being 'green' is a way of
life, and it's very easy to do
once you start."
.Providing a place of nurtur-
ing, beauty and peace for the
community was the primary
goal of the creators of One
Love Salon and Spa in down-
town Melbourne.
Originally from Key Largo,
mother-and-son-team
Samantha Wiehl and William
Bernstein opened the doors of
their eco-friendly salon and
spa in July 2008 as .a way to
allow customers to experi-
ence lavish services in their
simplest form. :
"We're all about sustainable
beauty" said Ms. Wiehl, who
gives credit to her son for
designing the "green" facility.
"Our concept is to reuse, rein-
vent and renew as much as we
can!."
After spending years work-
ing at another salon, Mr.
Bernstein, who is a licensed
massage therapist and cos-
metologist, wanted to work in


an environment that used
products that were less toxic
and more natural.
So, the team adopted the
Paul Mitchell Tea Tree line for
its salon services and the Emi-
nence of Hungary Organic
Skincare Line for its spa serv-
ices.
But they didn't stop there.
The salon itself is in its most
natural state, housed in a
1950s two-story Victorian
home, which contains the
original wood flooring and
tons of natural light.
On its exterior, the staff
planted all native Florida
plants that require low water
and are not harmful to the
soil.
When distributing bever-
ages of wine and herbal tea to
its guests, the staff only uses
recyclable plastic products
and when cleaning the facili-
ty, they use an all-greenline of
supplies.
Even the furniture and
d6cor found throughout. the
spa are reused, as well as the
paper used for the facility's
service menu and customer
cards.
The same ideals apply for
the spa's other services, which
include skin treatment,
facials, makeup, hair removal,-
nails, massage and reflexolo-
gy.
.While a facility can appear
to be "green," Ms. Wiehl said it
is still up to the staff to main-
tain an eco-friendly environ-
ment on a daily basis.


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The One Love team turns
off all electronics when not in
use, limits water usage during
shampoos and recycles all
materials through an in-
house recyclable station.
"Our goal is to become a
zero-impact salon," Ms. Wiehl
said. "It is our individual
responsibility to help prepare
our environment for the
future, and we're doing all we
can to accomplish that goal."
Taking a comprehensive,
integrated and holistic
approach to wellness, Heart &
Sol Organic Wellness Center
in Viera has gone to great
lengths to assure customers
that its products are authenti-
cally organic and free from
artificial and toxic substances.
A family-operated business,
the facility is run by local
osteopath Mark Pinksy, his
sister, Helene, and his wife,
Stephanie.
"The concept for a wellness
center was initiated by my
brother at age 15," Helene
Pinksy said. "When he
approached me with the idea
later in life, I told him I'd be on
board as long as he agreed to.
include an all-organic spa."
When Ms. Pinksy says "all-
organic," that's exactly what
she means.
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sage oils and mineral-based
makeup applied during serv-
ices to the exfoliating scrubs
and tea served in the relax-
ation room is organic.
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an energy cleansing treat-
ment.
In the spa's wet room,
named 'Aquos," guests can
choose from a variety of
hydrotherapy treatments,
which begin with a therapeu-
tic soak and combine exfolia-
tion, detox services or the
spa's signatureVichy shower.
Heart & Sol also offers vari-
ous facial services, hair
removal and mineral-based
makeup treatments with the
Franche line, which features
no artificial fillers.
Prior to opening the spa,
Ms. Pinsky did her research
on organic and returned
with two skincare and body
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during services and are avail-
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clients to read the labels on
their products," Ms. Pinksy
said. "If there are things on
there they can't pronounce,
they're most likely an
unhealthy substance. People
confuse organic with natural,
but there is a difference."
Whether the client's goal is
to achieve healthier,
smoother skin or to restore
hydration throughout the
body, each client receives a
one-on-one analyzationn"
with a clinician prior to each
service.
"With this individualized
attention, you never wind up
getting a service that conflicts
with your wellness goal," said
Ms. Pinsky.
Kalianas Med Spa &
Wellness Center is at 205 E.
Eau Gallie Blvd., Indian
Harbour Beach. Call (321)
777-4242 or visit
www.kalianas.com.
One Love Salon and Spa is
at 223 East New Haven Blvd.,
Melbourne. Call (321) 327-
5918 or visit
www.myspace.com/onelovesal
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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
oflaw.
West Melbourne
Police Department

Scott M. Cardella, 43, of
1493 Sorento Circle, West
Melbourne, was charged
April 18 with felony battery .

Melbourne Police
Department

* Joseph Rony, 24, of 965
Bimini Ave., Melbourne, was
charged April 17 with driving
while license suspended,
possession of cocaine, pos-
session of a controlled sub-
stance and on-site violation
of probation.
Dwayne Alexander
Thompson, 39, of 800 Cam-
phor Way, Melbourne, was
charged April 17 with traf-
ficking cocaine, trafficking a
controlled substance, giving
a false name, possession of
cocaine with intent to sell
and two counts of posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia.
Michael Bishop, 58, of
2340 Woodwind Trail, No.
412, Melbourne, was
charged April 18 with aggra-
vated assault-domestic vio-
lence.
Sherri Lynne Cevaal, 41,
of 4590 Willow Bend Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
April 18 with grand theft auto
and two counts of on-site
violation of probation.
Kenneth Avonte Dawson,
45, of 4742 Crew Circle, No. 8,
Melbourne, was charged
Aprl-18 with resisting arrest
with violence, resisting arrest
without violence, assault-
do'riestic violence and two
counts of battery on a law
enforcement officer.
Oliia Ramona Harden,
25, of; 1508 E. University
Blvd.; Unit E, Melbourne,
was charged April 18 with
two counts of child neglect.
Michael Langston, 32, of
1135 N. Wickham Road, No.


178, Melbourne, was
charged April 21 with two
counts of on-site violation of
probation.

Palm Bay Police
Department

Shon Kelley Stull, 39, of
321 Pineapple Ave., Mel-
bourne, was charged April 17
with petty theft, violation of
probation, possession of
drug paraphernalia, domes-
tic battery by strangulation
and two counts of resisting
arrest without violence.

Brevard County
Sheriff's Office

Anita Jo Capps, 46, of
1134 Holland St., Melbourne,
was. charged April 17 with
fraudulent use of a credit
card and petty theft.
Peter S. Carrao, 36, of 21
Circle Ave., Melbourne, was
charged April 17 with failure
to appear-traffic, aggravated
assault and aggravated bat-
tery on a pregnant person.
Bobbie Carter Jr., 42, of
2617 Ray St., Melbourne, was
charged April 17 with con-
tempt-failure to serve sen-
tence.
Melissa K. Chichester, 31,
of 120 Central Road, No. 218,
Indian Harbour Beach, was
charged April 17 with failure
to appear and possession of
cocaine.
William Anthony Cohen,
S29, of 2835 Temple Terrace,
Palm Bay, was charged April
17 with two counts of viola-
tion of community control.
Kevin Michael Dun-
smoor, 28, of 174 Irwin Ave.
N.W, Melbourne, was
charged April 17 with grand
theft.
JessicaA. Gutierrez, 19, of
418 Poinciana Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged April 17
with failure to appear, failure
to appear-traffic, resisting
arrest without violence, two
counts of possession of
cocaine and two counts of
felony failure to appear.
Nickolas Robert Hawley,
.19, of 3934 Fenrose Circle,


Melbourne, was charged
April 17 with trafficking
stolen property, petty theft,
fraudulent use of a credit
card ahd two counts of bur-
glary.
Robin Leslie Hikes, 31, of
1117 Swan St., Melbourne,
was charged April 17 with
violation of community con-
trol.
Kevin Edward Picher, 44,
of 1140 Bridgewater Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
April 17 with violation of pro-
bation.
Jimmie Emanual
Williams, 50, of 1781 Steele
St., Melburnie, was charged
April 17 with fraudulent use
of a credit card, robbery, pos-
session of burglary tools,
petty theft, three counts of
burglary and as a habitual
. traffic offender driving on a
suspended license.
Margi Alice Workman, 29,
of 3401 Heartwood Lane,
Melbourne, was, charged
April 17 with grand theft and
possession of drug parapher-
nalia.
Edna Jean Berdahl, 43, of
205 Wolverine St., Mel-
bourne, was charged April 18
with felony failure to appear.
Ronald Ojay Flanders, 33,
of 810 E. Cedar Drive, Mel-
bourne, was charged April 18
with possession of cocaine.
Cecil Gilbert McKay, 34,
of 2322 Stone St., Melbourne,
was charged April 19 with
tampering with evidence
and possession of di ug para-
phernalia.
Lenora C. Galvin, 33, of
2507 Race St., Melbourne,
was charged April 21 with
trafficking a controlled sub-
stance.


* Joshua Ray Glassock, 23,
address unknown, was
charged April 21 with flee-
ing/attempting to elude a
police officer, possession of a
controlled substance and
possession of cannabis.
Nickolas Robert Hawley,
19, of 3934 Fenrose Circle,
Melbourne, was charged
April 21 with burglary, grand
theft and giving false verifi-
cation of ownership.
Kevin Charles Brown, 41,
of 1380 New Haven Ave.,
West Melbourne, was
charged April 22 with posses-
sion of a controlled sub-
stance.
Maurice Oshaun Harris,
21, address unknown, was
charged April 22 with traf-
ficking stolen property, bur-
glary, possession of
cannabis, grand theft and
violation of community con-
trol.
Thomas Michael Burns,
44, of 4651 Eau Gallie Blvd.,
No. 18, Melbourne, was
charged April 22 with two
counts of felony failure to
appear.

Florida
Highway Patrol

Mario Vasquz Hernan-
dez, 26, of 171 San Juan Cir-
cle, No. 8, Melbourne, was
charged April 18 with driving
under the influence, not hav-
ing a valid driver's license
and refusing to sign a cita-
tion.
Phil Stadley Canada, 42,
of 707 Bonnie Circle, Mel-
bourne, was charged April 19
with carrying a concealed
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moms a well deserved
night off."
Local businesses,
housed both within the
Melbourne Square Mall
and without, will set up
shop with goodies, tips
and services for moms.
Those planning to partici-
pate include Mary Kay,
Ideal Image, Pampered
Chef and Transformations
Day Spa.
The event is designed to
treat local moms, said
NeishaVitello, director of
marketing and business
development for Mel-
bourne Square Mall.
"The theme is 'Pamper
Me,' so we're asking all the
(business) participants to
offer some type of service,"
she said.
The event is sponsored
by Imagine Schools of
West Melbourne, which
will open a new charter
school of the same name
located behind the West
Melbourne Wal-Mart just
off of Hollywood Boule-
vard, this fall.
Imagine Schools ofWest
Melbourne is a school of
choice and enrollment is
not based on districting
practiced by public
schools, said Michel
Zinone, a spokeswoman
for Imagine Schools.
Parents do not have to live
in West Melbourne in
order for their children to
attend.
The school's focus is on
individualized instruction
and character education,
Ms. Zinone said.
"Our mission is 'Helping
parents educate their
children,"' she said.
Imagine Schools is
sponsoring the Ultimate
Mom's Nite Out event in
order to promote the
opening of its new facility
and get the word out to
local moms,.who are often
seen as the decision- .
makers regarding educa-
tion.
"We think this is a great
way to get information out
about our school." Ms.
Zinone said.
Spagine. ;Schools will


staff a booth featuring the
new school's design and
information on registra-
tion. Representatives will
also give a brief talk about
the school.
Seminars will feature
fashion tips and ideas
from Macy's, Dillard's and
White House Black
Market. These stores will
have models display the
hottest summer fashions,
and fashion advisers will
present different summer
looks for daytime and
evening.
DreamWeavers Salon of
Indialantic will do the hair
and makeup for these
models, and will offer
advice on different hair
and makeup looks appro-
priate for the summer
months.
The first 100 moms to
attend the event will be
treated to special seating
at the seminars, complete
with "swag bags" bearing
gifts, discounts and the
latest title in the Harlequin
Romance novel series.
Some discounts will be,
good only for the Nite Out
evening, Ms.Vitello said.
Others will continue to be
valid after the event.
Radio station Lite Rock
99.3-FM will broadcast
remotely and give away a
package o the Kissimmee-
based Gaylord Palms
Resort. Other giveaways
include gift certificates to
mall stores. Entrants must
be present to win, howev-
er.
The point of the evening
is for moms to kickback,
relax and have fun, Ms.
Vitello said.
The Ultimate Mom's
Nite Out is from 6-9 p.m.
Thursday, May 7, at
Melbourne Square Mall,
1700 W. New Haven Ave.,
Melbourne. Admission is
free.
For information about
the Ultimate Mom's Nite
Out, call (321) 727-8062 or
e-mail Neisha Vitello at
nvitello@simon.com.
For information on
Imagine Schools ofWest
Melbourne, or to register
your child, call (321) 768-
6200 or visitwww.imagi-
neschoolsatwestmel-
bourne.com.


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SLetters


It's the sun

There have been two pub-
lished responses to 'my op-
ed piece about the "chicken,
little" alarmism of man-
made global warming.
The first came from an
employee of a recently
formed organization with a
probable agenda to remain
funded.
It's relatively easy to cre-
ate an entity that sounds
informative, intelligent and
science-based, but if you
look beyond the masthead,
you will find a leaking ship
that continuously bails in
order to keep from sinking.
Obviously, they have to
create a "crisis" like rising
sea levels and catastrophic
storms, ,not to mention
unrelenting death and
destruction if we don't abide
by their Draconian "solu-


tions." This generally means
sending them money and
allowing them to control
you, your life, your wallet
and your liberty. These peo-
ple don't do anything for
free.
The second response was
an anonymous rant from
someone who called me a
"politician." Now that's
insulting. If you knew me,
you would know I'm cer-
tainly not a "politician."
The rant attempted to glo-
rify certain "scientific" insti-
tutions, but fell flat. As I
recall, it is always "scientif-
ic" institutions that some-
how fade into the woodwork
when their latest scare tactic
fails. How many remember
the horror of alar, sweeten-
ers, bird flu, swine flu, diox-
ins, the Ebola virus,
formaldehyde and DDT?

See LETTER, A7


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calls from readers who have called our Rants & Raves line in
the past few weeks, but have yet to see their comments in
print. In order to accommodate as many comments as possi-
ble each week, we will be publishing them in a smaller, but
still readable, type size, beginning today


Responding to rants
To the person who wrote "How much is a trillion?" in the Rants &
SRaves: You started off with a few numerical facts; good for you. But then,
you lost all credibility with "It's time we enact federal term limits and get
rid of..."
Now, let me get this straight. Am I on glue or are you? Important as you
really must think you are, suggesting that we change the Constitution of
the United States because you, a minority in your philosophy, don't like
the President of the United States, or (Speaker of the House) Nancy
Pelosi.
Good thinking you're only eight years and a couple months too late.
I think I remember you from when we were kids. You're the one who
wanted to take his ball and go home because the score wasn't in your
favor.
Then, the "Here we go again" rant with the "I'm sick of hearing about it"
comment (regarding) the Casey Anthony case. I'm with you. The only
thing is, if we stop hearing about it, we, as a community, will have to stop
giving attention to that whacked-out, attention-seeking private detective
who now wants to buy the crime scene land. What will he do then?
I can't say much about "New road is magic:' except: good job, nice to
see our tax dollars finally well-spent here in Brevard County as opposed
to something incredibly stupid like arresting some poor woman for taking
toilet paper out of a restroom.

Vote differently

I think our president has found out for himself that he is not the man for
the job. He has been absent from the White House more since (the inau-
guration) than one would have thought. This tells me he would rather be
distanced from the crises going on in this country. He is out having fun
instead of finding answers to our country's problems.
The overseas and out-of-country visits he has made since January all
indicate an interest in persons (who) don't like America much.
What's up with this? He isn't going to find answers to this country's
problems in another country.
It was said during the campaign that the off ice of the president is not
for a person needing on-the-job training, but for one who can hit the
(ground) running and (be able to) solve problems. I have seen no solving
problems with (President) Obama. Instead, he has lined this country up
with the help of a Democratic Congress for failure. I think some of
his speeches prior to election concerned his desire to bankrupt the oil
industry, coal mining and a definite "redistribution of wealth" to aid those
not willing to hold a daily job.
I, for one, have no desire to support someone who makes no effort to
help themselves, but would rather hold out their hands for freebees from
the government. That translates to tax dollars, America, and right from
your pocket to theirs.
When the next election comes in two years, perhaps we should seri-
ously re-evaluate all seated congressmen. Let's vote for the ones who






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Lovina Cook
of Melbourne
celebrated her
100th birthday
on April 21.
Friends and
family joined
her for cake
and ice cream
at Trinity
Towers South.
Here, the Rev.
Steve Easterday
shares birthday
cards made by
Sunday school
children from
Holy Trinity
Episcopal Church.



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want to support America, not to destroy it.

More on arcades

As a current employee of an arcade game room in Brevard County, I
disagree on several issues with the person who wrote "Don't sock it to
seniors."
First of all, seniors do make up a large percentage of the clientele who
go to arcades, but there are others who'are not seniors who go as well.
Secondly, (none of the players) are in any way, being "taken advantage
of"' No one of any age, senior or not, is forced to walk through the doors
of an arcade. No one, of any age, is forced to spend any certain amount
of money, with the exception of a match play. A match play is something
offered as a special. If an arcade offers $5 for $5, then, if you want to par-
ticipate, you put your own $5 in the machine of your choice and, in return,
the arcade would put $5 in that machine for you, as well.
Again, it boils down to choices. If you do not want to do the match play
or spend $5, then it is that person's choice to do so or not to do so. There
is no taking advantage of anyone.
In the four years I have been employed at an arcade in Brevard Coun-
ty, I have never seen anyone sit at one machine and spend $300-$400.
However, if I had, that is none of my business or anyone else's.

Who picks up health care tab?

In response to "Have you lived overseas?": I had lived overseas for
seven years, but, fortunately, did not have to access health care facilities.
Have you lived overseas recently?
All of my rants are current, highly researched and motivated so that we
may avoid problems that are occurring in other countries and that I don't
want to happen here..Do Canadians come to the U.S. for treatment, even
though they paid for it in Canada, because they enjoy the warmer weath-
er? Perhaps the British go to India for the fine food. Why don't people
swim to Cuba for treatment? I write these rants to open people's eyes to
their future, primarily for the children's benefit, who have no voice of their
own.
I car understand why a person would want a socialized health care
system. Let's look at Medicare. Who wouldn't want a $96.40 per month
premium with $135 deductible and 80 percent covered expenses? What
about Social Security? If a 93-year-old person had been receiving, say,
$1,000 per month in Social Security benefits for 28 years, since age 65,
they would have received $336,000. I, myself, have paid $113,000 into
the system from 1968 to 2007, mostly at the maximum taxable amount. I
look forward to getting triple that in return.
But who picks up the tab? A declining number of workers, children,
grandchildren and those yet (to be) born. We have saddled them with a
$53 trillion debt, just for these two programs and Medicaid. Add another
$6 trillion for Medicare Part D.
How will the next generation pay for this?

Go back to Realtor
I'm responding to "Choose your neighbors, not your home."
I am not an attorney or a Realtor but I remember there is a thing called
a "disclosure statement," that if there is anything wrong in the area, the
Realtor, homeowner or bank is legally bound to disclose any problems
with the neighbor.
You do have an alternative to the injunction which is worthless. Go
back to that Realtor, jump up and down and get your money back.

Don't light up

I'm not against smokers, but to the idiot who was smoking at the gas
station at Minton and Malabar roads while fueling your car, you deserve
to be thrown in jail.
To all the smokers who smoke while fueling your cars, that is just
dumb.

Multiple choice answer

The recent letter from one of your readers is of interest to me. Perhaps
you could help by telling me how to spend my time and money. During
the (past) 65 years, I have worked, reared my children, saved my money
and paid my bills and taxes. Now I need to know how you want me to
enjoy the time I have left. Please vote a, b, c, d or e:
play bingo
play Internet games
sit on the bench at the mall
sit on my butt in front of the television
none of the above; just wait for the Grim Reaper
I have found the arcades to be clean, smoke-free, friendly and as
cheap or costly as you want it to be. It is a place where you can meet with
others who are just looking for something to do in this town where the
entertainment possibilities are few and far between.

Why?
This is not really a rant or rave but more a question for more informa-
tion.
I read Sean McCarthy's article "Explaining the benefits of blogs" and I
think it went a long way in explaining what a blog is and how they work. I
feel that Sean gave us a good explanation but he did not explain the
most important thing about blogs to me, which is: why?
Why would anyone want to put their information out on a forum where
everyone in the world can read it? Ego?
Why would I want to go to a blog to get information when I know that it
is subject to all kinds of errors and misinformation?
Why would anyone want to read blogs from people (whom) they (know
nothing) about, much less why the information was put out for the world
to see? Are people so hungry for social contact that they turn to this
'(form of) interacting with people?

Unnecessary demise

My roommate's 78-year-old mother was admitted to (a medical center
in Brevard County) in early February with a slight breathing problem
associated with.her kidney dialysis treatment. She never came out alive
and it is a death that should never have happened. She contracted
MRSA not once, but twice, while (she was) a patient in the (medical cen-
ter) and the second time was fatal. MRSA is a highly contagious staph
infection that is easily transferred from person to person. While we were
told that she contracted MRSA, we witnessed the (facility's) staff practice
appalling precautions to prevent the spread of this deadly infection. While
the patient's family was directed to gown up and take the proper cleaning
precautions, nurses, CNAs, food handlers and even the doctors them-
selves failed to even wash their hands when they had close contact with


her. And these same people go from room to room at the (facility)
spreading this vicious infection to unsuspecting people.
This 78-year-old woman, who was so kind and considerate to others,
died from a disease contracted (at the medical facility.) The general atti-
tude of most of the staff there was "Oh, well."Why doesn't the manage-
ment at (the facility) take this MRSA outbreak seriously and implement
the proper precautions? If they keep pretending that there is no problem
then maybe the best thing is to shut its doors and close. (Medical facili-
ties) should be for healing, not killing.

Three questions

I am certainly not an expert on climate change, but, as a layman (and
in response to his opinion recently published in the Rants & Raves sec-
tion), I have three simple questions to ask (Randall) Parkinson:
What caused the onset of the Ice Age?
What caused the end of the Ice Age?
My understanding is that there are numerous theories as to what
caused these events, but no one really knows.
My final question is a "gimme."
Did man have anything to do with the onset or end of the Ice Age?
If you answer "I don't know" to the first two questions and "no" to the
last question, I think you're being very presumptuous, indeed, to assume
that man can, in fact, have a major impact on climate change.

Thank goodness for snowbirds

Until last July, when I moved from Minnesota to Melbourne, I never
realized how important snowbirds are to our economy. Not only for the
money that they spend for homes or rentals, property taxes, food, cloth-
ing and utilities, but, a lot of them are retired folks who donate their time
and talent to charitable organizations. I lived "up north" my whole life and
knew many retirees (who) left for Florida, Texas and Arizona to winter.
They bring their vitality and experience to our churches, synagogues,
hospitals and other institutions when they donate their time and money.
These are the same fine people (who) do the same "up north."Their gen-
eration is a giving generation. They wouldn't think twice about giving,
because that is how they were raised. I grew up in a resort town in south-
ern Wisconsin. Sure, we knew that our town belonged to the people from
Chicago in the summer. Without them, though, our town would not have
had the economy to build schools, hospitals and roads. We learned
patience with the traffic jams, the full beaches and crowded restaurants.
Patience is what we need as full-time residents in our area. What
would our roads, hospitals, shopping centers and civic buildings look like
without their influx of money? Be kind to them, relax and enjoy the same
wonderful attributes that they enjoy. Why do you think they come here,
instead of Arizona and Texas?

Neighbor frustration

This is in response to the person who wrote about moving next door to
a person (who) is very obnoxious.
Well, we built a home in a very quiet area. Our (neighborhood) became
a "residential estate" area, meaning you had to build a house that was a
certain size and, of course, our taxes were increased. However, we do
not get anything extra for this privilege. There are no police cars cruising
in our area because, if there were, maybe they could catch the dirt bikes
and four-wheelers that are constantly being heard at all times. Then, the
housing boom started and, before we knew it, we had another five
homes on our street. Three of these homes are rentals. They are rented
to young people who do not work and one of these three is on disability.
I do not know what the disability is, but he does a lot of mechanical
work, which includes crawling under vehicles. This person has five vehi-
cles, which includes two collector cars. One of these homes has most of
their vehicles parked either on the road or on the front lawn. There are
times it looks like a used car lot. As I stated, no one works in any of the
three homes, so how and where do they get their money? Have these
homes become HUD homes where our government pays the rent, while
my husband and I work and pay our own way?
Calling the city does not do any good, even though they state they only
look into it if you call them. I am beginning to feel that renters and free-
loaders have more rights than I do. I feel very sorry for that resident
(who) has all those animals living next door and has to deal with all that
animal waste being sent down the street. The city should get out there
and take care of that.
We save our money, buy our homes and then have people who do not
care move (into the neighborhood), to create a terrible living environment
and nothing is done about it.
It is time for people to remember that they are not the only people living
in an area and the rights of others to have a healthy and happy living
environment should be respected.

Bumper stickers

During the 2008 presidential campaign, I saw a (bumper) sticker that
read: "Bush's third term: McCain."
After what I've so far seen out of the new administration, maybe the
correct sticker is: "Bush's third term: Obama'.

Tax time

OK, proud Americans of Brevard County: what are you going to do now
that your tax return is filed?
All of that energy that you had to spend on adding, subtracting, finding
papers that your tax preparer thinks are very important but you filed
away last February in a very special place, can now be captured for
many other productive projects. Such as: have you kept up-to-date on
your own health? Right now, that is a very important commodity.
You hear ads about New Years' resolutions going down the tubes. Well,
look down and to the left and to the right and what do you think? The
economy issues are adding stress to everyone and, as often appears in
this section of the paper, we read about the reactions of people to stress
- driving dangerously, not taking care of our environment, being rude
and forgetting to work together instead of making enemies of your neigh-
bors. Stress has major effects on your personal health, also. If you can
move your head easily up and down and left and right, good for you. Now
do it again.
Staying healthy, despite what is going on around you in your home,
workplace and community, is helpful to you, your family, your coworkers
and our country. I work with insurance companies everyday and the
mess that has occurred with our insurance system and I am not
(against) insurance companies but the conundrum that has resulted
due to years of diversity among companies and employer plans, and the
length of time it takes to get answers and checks for reimbursement, you
would think that each claim has to be personally approved by the presi-
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From page A6
When the truth was
revealed, it was shown they
were blown into huge pan-
ics, far beyond the actual
scope of any health threat.
Some things don't change.
This latest environmental
"crisis" evolved from the
failed "global cooling" scare
in 1975, through the recent-
ly failed "global warming"
hype, to today's C02 abomi-
nation.
In fact, the National Cen-
ter for Public Policy
Research has reported more
than 34,000 scientists have


recently signed a petition
rejecting the theory of
human-caused global
warming. And numerous
experts are now claiming
that, once again, the world is
cooling.
The bottom line is that the
C02 hysteria is nonsense
and the same skewed peo-
ple with the same skewed
agendas have simply moved
on to the latest ploy.
So, why do they do this?
Well, aside from maintain-
ing an income, it is their way
to control.you. According to
Mark R. Levin, in his best-
seller "Liberty and Tyranny,"
this "man-made, global-
warming, anti-carbon-diox-


Rants
From page A6
dent of the insurance company. Then, at least 50 people need to be part
of writing the check and getting it in the mail. Who gets paid? Usually, the
health care provider.
Sometimes, the patient is the one getting reimbursed. It could be a
whole year later, but you are getting money back that you had to put out
to get your health taken care of.
So, what can we do on a daily basis, besides have an "Insurance
Reform Now" bumper sticker on our car? We can respect our health care
providers for the job that they do. Do not assume that they are all making
millions for two-minute appointments. Think about their student loans
and their malpractice insurance, because someone is always ready to
sue for something no offense to the lawyers, they do not have an easy
job, either.
There are good and bad in all professions. Let's just hope that the good
are winning more that the bad, and hope that your doctor or nurse or
medical assistant or CNA is one of the conscientious ones.
Hydrogen on demand is old scam
You did gullible readers a great disservice by publishing Tim Ready's
propaganda and advertisement for his business as fact. Odd that in the
heading of the Rants & Raves column you state "Statements of fact will
be checked for accuracy," but print'a half-page article of fantastic claims
with no critique. Read this article from Consumer Affairs: http://www.con-
sumeraffairs.com/news04/2008/07/water4gas.html. Perhaps they will let
you reprint the article as a warning to anyone considering one of these
magic systems.
One big issue not addressed in the article (was that) adding one of
these magic bubblers to your car will void the warranty.
In the future, please ask the purveyor of magic beans to demonstrate
results before you publish fantasy as fact.
Kudos for columns
I'm so glad to see Sean McCarthy's "Compute This" column again. My
children and I clip each one to help us learn computer basics.
"Explore Brevard" by Laurie Duane is also great. She's like a trailblazer
for us because she tries out things the way a regular person would and
gives the prices, too. It makes us feel like we can get out there and try
activities like riding the bus.
The new coupon column by Jill Cataldo is an eye-opener. Thanks for
carrying it.
We also collect Joe Zelenak's "Garden Nook." It was there that we
became aware of the city's watering schedule.
Put in sidewalks
Sidewalks are important for safety and should be installed (as needed)
in important areas that have high traffic volume.


ide agenda will result in the
issuance of a carbon ration
card, which the individual
would use when making
various purchases. Each
year, the government would
allocate C02 credits with
penalties to those who
exceed their allotted energy
use."
Are you skeptical? Well,
the government regulates
taxes and how much water
your toilet uses. Moving into
controlling C02 emissions is
only the stroke of a pen
away.
By the way, it's the solar
activity of the sun that is
causing temperature varia-
tions. When there are spikes


in solar activity, the earth
tends to warm; when spik-
ing lessens, the earth
cools. And that is a natural
occurrence. In 2007, the
earth cooled to levels last
seen in 1930.
Don't fall for the C02
hype. It's nothing more
than another environmen-
tal pratfall looking for an
audience.
As Mark Twain said: "A
lie can spread half-way
around the world before
the truth can get one shoe
on."

Ron Pritchard
Merritt Island


(Areag) that are desperate for sidewalks (include) Wickham Road
between State Road 192 and Sarno Rbad and New Haven Avenue.
There are pretty much no sidewalks on either side of that road. When a
bicyclist pedals on the side of that road in either direction, they pedal
inches away from vehicles that speed by. Unless you are the one on a
bike, you don't realize how dangerous that feels. There are only a few
feet of sidewalk along that strip of road. Strange enough, there is a nice
sidewalk right in front of the Wuesthoff Hospital.
(When) there are actual deaths or major injuries on that road, maybe
the governing bodies that (provide the necessary) funding (will approve
construction of) some sidewalks down that road.
Taking into thought (that) when a business opens, it is required to have
a sidewalk out front installed. There are many businesses and properties
on that strip of road that have no sidewalks out front.
How much does it actually cost to install a little cement 6 feet wide for
two miles? It could be affordable.
If governing bodies can't get their monies and resources together, then
why not let the people in prison do the work and save on labor cost so
the governing bodies can save and just buy the wood and cement and
nails.
Wow. That could be simple. How many more years (must) go by (with)
no sidewalks? Hasn't it been enough years already?
(If) a little kid gets squashed on their bicycle, maybe something may
then be done about it.
Don't hide behind Bible
There's one thing that I find unbelievable: people who hide behind the
Bible. I'm a Christian, but I do not hide behind the Bible.
I cannot stand people who don't pay their bills, don't discipline their
children and have a total disregard for all rules and laws. When they
are told about it, they go to Bible study. Their friends stick up for them
and say 'They go to Bible study." They're not studying the Bible well
enough because they don't follow the common rules of society. But
because they go to Bible study, that makes it OK. Please, go to Bible
study. Retain what you learn. Don't hide behind the Bible.
Terminology
I'm calling about the article regarding the death of the fireman. I don't
know if your department knows anything about funerals or deaths.
There is a difference between a "coffin" and a "casket." A "coffin" is in a
horror movie or (in reference) to vampires. It is also a burial device that
has (triangular) sides. I believe (the fireman) was buried in a casket.
That is the proper term to use in articles about someone's death. It is
distasteful referring to him having a coffin. I sure wish something would
be changed in the article and that next time someone says something
about death, you would use the right terminology. I previously worked
at a cemetery and sold funeral arrangements. That is where I got my
information and my training.
Editor's note: Webster's New World Dictionary and Thesaurus
defines these words as follows:
casket: 1. a small box or chest, as for valuables 2. a coffin
coffin: the case or box in which a dead body is buried


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earth and moon.
Foundation members also
received $250,000 in in-kind
donations for engineering,


fabrication and stainless steel
for the monument, Mr. Lusk
said.
Commissioners on March
24 approved spending
$50,000 toward the cost of
completing the monument.
The money, in conjunction


with $50,000 approved by the
Titusville Redevelopment
Agency and Titusville City
Council, will be used to pur-
chase seven pylons, finish the
bronze panels and construct
an educational kiosk with a
computer.


The monument's A-shaped
section is more than 14 feet
tall and made of steel donated
by Sandmeyer Steel of
Philadelphia. The company
also donated the steel for the
park's Mercury and Gemini
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The pylons stand around
and near the Apollo monu-
ment. Each weighs 1.5 tons
and is covered with bronze
panels that tell the story of the
Apollo program and contain
the names of its workers. The
pylons also include hand-
prints and facial profiles of
Apollo program astronauts.
A bust of President John E
Kennedy who helped lead
the country's quest to land on
the moon will be placed on
a pedestal next to the monu-
ment in June, Mr. Mars said.
American Bronze of San-
ford provided the bronze for
the Apollo monument, he
said.
Akiosk at the memorial will
allow visitors to learn about
Space View Park, the Apollo,


Mercury and Gemini pro-
grams and the history of
space exploration, as well as
details about the park's
planned monuments for the
space shuttle, International
Space Station and unmanned
missions programs.
Space View Park is less than
15 miles directly across from
the space shuttle launch pads
at Kennedy Space Center.
Park visitors "really enjoy
the park itself," Mr. Mars said.
"The Mercury monument is
in a beautiful setting. We set
up tents there to watch (space
shuttle) launches."
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award for Most Outstand-
ing Performance.
Be sure to see them in
person. They have an
upcoming concert but I
couldn't find it at the Web
site, so, for information,
call the band's instructor,
Ed Anderson, at (321) 638-
0750, Ext. 2304:
The Melbourne Munici-
pal Band put on quite a
concert, with.several band
members conducting
varied selections.
The program opened
with a marching of the
colors a display of the
American lag and
opening with the national
anthem.
The Municipal Band's
conductor, Clair Christy,
led the band in most of the
evening's selections but
the other conductors
included David Ewing,
Alan Moss, Anita Lane.
Don Siegrist, Rudolf
Radocy, Robin Krasny and
See EXPLORE, B2


Two comedies come to BCC


'Check, Please,'
and 'Comedy
of Errors' let
students shine
By Jenet Krol
Krol@hometownnewsol.com
COCOA Where,
besides a beachside com-
munity, would you see
Ssword fights with swim-
ming noodles and Shake-
spearian characters in
bathing suits?
To usher in summer, stu-
dents at Brevard Communi-
ty College will perform two
comedies: William Shake-
speare's "Comedy of Errors"
and "Check, Please" by
Johnathan Rand.
"We wanted to do some-
thing light, bright and
funny and something peo-
ple would want to see," said
Janine Henry, theater direc-
tor.
The class chose to update
Shakespeare from the 17th
century and set "The Come-
dy of Errors," which was
originally set in a harbor
town, to a modem-day
beach town.
"We're considering it any
modem generic beach.
town like Cocoa Beach,"
said Ms. Henry.
The humor of the play
revolves around a case of
mistaken identity, when
two sets of twins come to
town.
There is a lot of move-
ment in and out of doors, in
the tradition of most come-
dies, said Ms. Henry. In
BCC's version of the play,'
houses will be represented
by beach cabanas.


Andy Stefanek/staff photographer
David Morales of Cape Canaveral and Lucas Roussel of Melbourne rehearse a scene
from "A Comedy of Errors" at Brevard Community College. The students will perform
this Shakespeare play, along with the play "Check Please," on campus May 1-3.


A mix of seasoned actors
and those who are acting
for the first time make up
the 16-character cast of the
play.
The play is the culmina-
tion of a semester of work
by thq Theater Rehearsal
and Performance Class,
which includes dual-
enrolled high school stu-
dents up to upper-level col-
lege students.
Anna Williams, 20, who
plays Aemilia the Abbess,
mother to the twins, has
been acting for four years.
A sophomore, this will be
her last production at BCC.
"It's a very confusing and
funny play. It's what each
individual actor brings to it
that makes it the comedy it
is," she said.
Lucas Roussell, 20, who
plays Antipholus of Syra-


cuse, one of the twins, is
getting his first Shakespear-
ian acting experience with
this play.
"It's a great experience. I
thought it would be'tough
with the woVds, but the
modem flip makes it easier
to understand and better
for the audience."
Following "Comedy of
Errors," which has been
shortened to one hour from
its usual two to three hour
length, students in the Act,
ing 2 class will present
"Check, Please."
The 30-minute play fol-
lows two people through a
series of blind dates.
Enormously popular as a
high school play, the varied
cast of bizarre characters,
which includes kleptoma-
niacs and people dressed in
burlap sacks, gives the stu-


dents a chance to delve into
character study, said Ms.
Henry.
Audiences will not only
be entertained by the stu-
dents, but they will also be
able to get in on the act.
Prior to the start of the
show, 16 students from the
Orientation to Acting class
will perform theater improve
in the style of the television
show, "Whose Line is it,
Anyway?"
"We're going to get the
whole audience participat-
ing and get them warmed
up," said Ms. Henry.
The plays will be present-
ed in the Studio Theater of
the Simpkins Fine Arts Cen-
ter, Building No. 4, Brevard
Community College, Cocoa
Campus, 1512 Clearlake
See COMEDIES, B4


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FRIDAY, MAY 1
Courtenay Springs
Village will host a music
ensemble from the Mel-
bourne Community Orches-
tra at 3 p.m. Friday, May 1, in
The Towers, 1200 South
Courtenay Parkway, Merritt
Island. Call (321) 452-1233.
Clarinetist Syl LaFata will
perform from 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Friday, May 1, at the Brevard.
Art Museum, 1463 Highland
Ave., Melbourne. Admission
is $10 and museum mem-
bers are free. Call (321) 242-
0737.
Upcoming student artist
Chris Pontello will have his
works exhibited during the
month of May at Art &
Antique Studio, 1419
Highland Ave., Melbourne.
An opening reception is set
for Friday, May 1, from 5:30-
8:30 p.m. For information,


call (321) 253-5553.
Atlantic Music Center,
25 S. Wickham Road,
Melbourne, presents "Two,
Four, the Show" featuring
Christian Tamburr and Chad
Lawson in concert at 7:30
p.m. Friday, May 1. Tickets
are $22 in advance and $25
at the door. Call (321) 768-
2221 for tickets and informa-
tion.

UPCOMING EVENTS
S2nd Annual Golf
Tournament will be hosted
by Indian River City United
Methodist Church in
Titusville, Saturday, May 2, at
Royal Oak Golf Club, 2150
Country Club Drive, Titusville.
The tournament begins at
8:30 a.m. with a shotgun
start and features a hole-in-
one grand prize of a 2009
Buick Lacrosse. Call (321)


267-7922 for information.
* Fundraiser for Astronaut
High School's Project
Graduation: Coupon for $5
off purchases at Belks in
Viera, for Saturday, May 2.
Coupons will be in the AHS -
front office or call (321) 267-
8827.
Allemanders Square
Dance Club: dances on the
first, second and third
Saturday of the month -
May 2, May 9 and May 16
from 8-10 p.m. at the
Satellite Beach Civic Center,
565 Cassia Blvd., Satellite
Beach. Cost is $5. Call (321)
777-0997.
Pitch, hit and run skills
program: Noon to 3 p.m.
Sunday, May 3, at Palm Bay
Regional Park. Call (321)
255-4400 or e-mail
troy.cox@brevardparks.com
for information.
Mothers Day Figure


Skating Recital, hosted by
The Space Coast IcePlex
Figure Skating Club, Sunday,
May 3, from 12:30-2:30 p.m.
at the IcePlex, 728 Roy Wall
Blvd., Rockledge. Tickets are
$5. For information, call
(321) 504-7500, Ext. 213, or
Visit www. spacecoastice-
plex.com.
Playwrights Workshop
will present "Can We Talk?,"
a collection of original one-
act plays by local play-
wrights, at Surfside Play-
house, 301 Ramp Road,
Cocoa Beach. Performances
will be at 8 p.m. Thursday,
May 7; Friday, May 8; and'
Saturday, May 9; and at 2:30
p.m. Sunday, May 10. The
plays include: "All That
Glitters" by Betty Prisendorf,
directed by Arlan Ropp; "The
Stand-ins" by Lindsey
See OUT, B7


STAR SCOPES
James Tucker
Week of 5-1-2009


Aries-March 21-April 19
Pay a lot of attention to
details right now. It's better to
be over-prepared than under.
This starts with creating new
causes and then acting on
them to bring them to life.
The odds of success are in
your favor when you follow
through on the action. The
universe wants you to suc-
ceed. You will be amazed at
the results.

Taurus-April 20-May 20
When a strong first impres-
sion rises from your soul,
raise it up, write it down, take
action and see positive
results happen. Few things
can hold you back when you
listen to and trust this divine
inner guidance. You were
born to carry out the plans
that come from the instincts,
up through the heart and
then acted on.

Gemini-May 21-June 21
Have a kind word for and do
something nice for someone
every day. The joy you give
comes back. multiplied, you
know. When you are psyched
up and feeling good, life
flows easier because of your
strong human values. Forgive
others when needed. These
are divine human virtues and
part of your heritage when
you use them.

Cancer-June 22-July22
You deserve the best in life
because you give tFi'e Bst.
Your good heartedness is the
talk of the zodiac. If it isn't fair
for everyone, you don't want
to be involved. This is your
greatest blessing. Others are
love of family, loyalty and
compassion. Your deep
insights into truth are treas-
ures that continue to amaze
all your friends. Thanks for
the inspiration.

Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
You reflect all the good stuff
in life. You live by truth. Best
of all is that you have the
courage to stand up for your
convictions. You refuse to let
worry, fear or frustration run
your life. You live close to the
source. You live a higher form
of life. You make wise choic-
es. The list is endless. Yours is
a masterful life and example
for us all.

Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept 22
A divine perfect plan has
been living inside your heart


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Scopes
From page B1 .
and soul since birth. You con-
tinue to unfold and use it to
live a new and better life.
Your courage to try new ideas
is one of your greatest gifts.
When you follow this inner
guidance, there is little that
can stand in your way. Stay
focused and more of your
higher dreams will be on the
way.

Libra-Sept 23-6ct 22
Your generous attitude to
others is your strongest bless-


ing. It starts with family,
friends and associates. You
are happy. Your energy is
high. Your spirit is strong.
Refuse to let anyone pull you
down from this natural high.
Stick to your plans and you
will continue to manifest pos-
itive results. More joy, love
and hope are just ahead.

Scorpio-Oct 23-Nov. 21
You have emerged victorious
over a number of personal
and professional challenges
the past few months. Pro-
ceed with the main plan that
has been on hold. Communi-
cate your desires to your clos-


est friends. This positive rein-
forcement is like fertilizer in
the garden. Now you are
ready to grow, bloom and
enjoy many new rewards.

Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21
Your continuing spiritual
growth is giving you a greater
understanding of yourself,
others and life's deeper mys-
teries. You are more peaceful
and patient because of it. This
is bringing new respect, love
and honor. You have made it
safe thus far, but there is still
a ways to go. Go full steam
ahead and victory is assured.


Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19
The love you feel for life and
the encouragement and sup-
port of those around you
continue to grow. This is a
great time to be alive. Your
passion is the fuel that drives
your magical soul. Claim this
as your greatest truth. Your
very first impressions are
always the best. There are no
short cuts or quick fixes. Your
life is about joy.

Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18
Do you know the main rea-
sons for your success? There
are three. First, you are not
fearful of taking risks and try-


ing new things. Second, your
motivation comes from heart
and spirit. It's your depth. The
third is you are always there
for a friend in need. You
deserve all the zest, abun-
dance, love and joy that life
had to offer as your reward.

Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20
Yours is a great life. Most of
your dreams come true. You
have a rich history filled with
memories of the past, pres-
ent and future dreams. Be
grateful and give thanks every
morning for all your bless-
ings. There are so many new
and exciting adventures
ahead. Take real good care of
yourself and enjoy the com-
ing good to the max.


Star visions

James can help bring
renewed hope and joy to
your life. A personalized
astrology chart private read-
ing, exciting home or office
party, inspirational group
talk, rebirthing or a past life
regression are just a few of
the special services he offers.
Call (772) 334-9487 or e-
mail jtuckxyz@aol.com for
details.
Don't forget to go to person-
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Have a starry week, every-
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hearted, fare; a comedic
ragtime tune; a sing-along;
and a couple of Irish tunes.
But the best of them all,
for me, was "Flight of the
Piasa" by Robert Sheldon.
Conducted by Alan Moss,
who plays trombone and
euphonium for the band,
the melody was a true
masterpiece, evoking
imagery and emotion to
tell a complete tale within
its composition. It was
such an exceptional blend
of joy, hdpe and heartache,
that I regretted hearing its
final note.
Inspired to learn more
about the song and its
composer, I went to the
Internet to do some quick
research.
According to www.alton-
godfreyrotary.org/last-
flight.htm and other Web
sites, the Piasa is a giant
dragon-like bird with
antlers, scales and red
eyes. According to Indian
legend, it would descend
from the skies to carry off,
people and animals to "a,
cave in the Illini b lu fs
where it would devour
them." Its name means
"bird that devours man."
According to
www. robertsheldonmusic.c
om, the composer was
born in 1954 and has
taught in.srumenral music
in the public schools of
Florida, as well as Illinois.
He writes music for wind
bands ard is featured as a
guest conductor the world
over.
Hats off to the Mel-
bourne Municipal Band
for including Mr. Sheldon's
composition in the pro-
gram. I look forward to
hearing other programs
the band presents.
Explore other perform-
ances by the Melbourne
Municipal Band. Here are a
few of them:
Melbourne Community
Orchestra May 20 and
21
Swingtime dance -
May 22
Concert band- June
16 and 18
For information, visit
www.mmband.org.

Laurie Duane writes the
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the Hometown News. To
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Turtle Splash shells out fun and raises funds at Founders Day


By Tammy Roberts
Roberts@homefownnewsol.com
Thousands of tiny green
turtles will flood the Indian
River this weekend as they
battle it out in a race for the
finish line.
Not Brevard County's
typical sea turtles, these
little critters are made of
rubber and are the basis for
one of the beachside area's
most popular fundraisers.
Now in its fifth year, Turtle
Splash encourages residents
from throughout Brevard
County and beyond to cheer
on their adopted turtles as
they race through a desig-
nated obstacle course May 2
at Ryckman Park in Mel-
bourne Beach. Prizes,
donated from various local
businesses, are awarded to
the top winners.
"We like to call it a F-U-N-
raiser, rather than a
fundraiser," said Kristen
Malfara, who created the
event. "The support has
been truly phenomenal
these past few years. We
never thought it would take
offlike it did."
Every dollar raised during
Turtle Splash will be donat-
ed to the M.O.R.GA.N.
Project, which stands for
Making Opportunities
Reality Granting Assistance
Nationwide.
Mrs. Malfara and her
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in 2001 in honor of their son,
Morgan, who, as an infant,
was diagnosed with
leukodystrophy, a rare
disease that causes degener-
ation of the white matter of
the brain.
"His life expectancy back
then was only about three or
four years," Mrs. Malfara
said.
While Morgan is non-
verbal and non-mobile, he
still shows cognitive levels
equal to his grade level, she
said.
Now at 11 years old,
Morgan has served as an
inspiration for his family,
friends and the entire
community.
"Every day we get to spend
with him is like an added
bonus for us," she said. "He
has touched so many lives."
In the past, Turtle Splash
has brought in anywhere
From $5,000 to $15,000 for
the M.O.R.GA.N. Project.
The funds are used to help
other family caregivers to
better care for their chroni-
cally ill children with
physical disabilities through
individual assistance and
small grants.


Last year, the organization
donated 18 grants to
families to be used to
purchase new adaptive
equipment, as well as
facilitated the donation of
more than 40 gently used
disability equipment items,
Mrs. Malfara said.
The foundation also helps
inform these families about
proper caregiving tech-
niques, monitoring, new
treatments and the most up-
to-date research through its
"Quality of Life-Support"
programs.
Prior to the Turtle Splash
event, participants can
adopt as many turtles as
they choose, either from
Lexus of Melbourne, any of
the Beachside Physical
Therapy locations or on the
event's Web site, www. turtle-
splash.org.
The Malfaras hope to have
all 3,000 of their rubber
turtles adopted this year,
which can be adopted
individually for $5, as a
family of five for $20 or a
turtle tub of 20 for $75.
The more turtles a partici-
pant adopts, the better his
or her chances of winning
the prizes, which include


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seven-day cruise for two to
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Caribbean, Canada or New
England aboard Holland
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For every five turtles
adopted, participants also
get the chance to guess the
secret code on the Turtle
Splash electric vault and win
the prize inside a brand
new $50,000 Lexus from
Lexus of Melbourne.
The turtles will be
launched at 3 p.m., but
participants need not be
present to win.
This year's Turtle Splash
will also feature a children's
activity area with crafts,
inflatables and games.
"Every family we help; we
are honoring Morgan," Mrs.
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keeps us going. The letters
we get from some of these
parents are unbelievable;
they are so gracious. And all
of it is in Morgan's name."
For the second consecu-
tive year, Turtle Splash will
be one of the featured
events at this year's
Founders Day celebration in
Melbourne Beach.
Now in its 26th year,
Founders Day is an all-day
event hosted at Ryckman
Park, featuring food, rides,
entertainment, raffles and
activities for children.
The event will kick-off with
the Pineapple 2-mile Run at
7:30 a.m., followed by the
all-division surfing contest
and Pineapple Children's
Run & Tricycle Race.
Guests are also encour-
aged to participate in the


annual Melbourne Beach
Arts & Crafts Show, Kids'
Fishing Contest and 19th
annual Bocce Ball Tourna-
ment.
Later in the day, town
historian Frank Thomas will
host a historical presenta-
tion, participants will show
off their skills in the town's
talent contest, and both the
town's Citizen and Junior
Citizen of the Year will be
named.
At 1 p.m.; guests are
encouraged to visit the
Melbourne Beach Pier to
cheer on the participants of
the first-ever Capt. Rufus
Recycle Regatta.
The event will continue
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FRIDAY, MAY 1
Business seminar:
"Capturing The Mind ofYour
Customers." 9-11 a.m. Space
Coast Convention Center,
Interstate 95 and State Road
520. Call (321) 267-3036 or e-
mail robers@titusville.orgfor
information.
SMemory Health Day:
Noon to 4 p.m. One Senior
Place, 8085 Spyglass Hill
Road,Viera. (321) 751-6771.

SATURDAY, MAY 2
*Volunteer orientation:
for age 16 years and older. 9


a.m. Central Brevard .
Humane Society, 1020 Cox
Road, Cocoa. Call (321) 636-
3343 ext: 207 or e-mail
volunteer.coordinator@crit-
tersavers.com.
* Central Brevard County
Branch NAACP: general
meeting. 4 p.m. Greater St.
Paul Baptist Church, Room
No. 2,214 Stone Street,
Cocoa. (321) 632-9852.

SUNDAY, MAY 3
Gun & Knife show: 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m. Melbourne
Auditorium, 625 E. Hibiscus
Blvd., Melbourne. (321) 777-
7455.


MONDAY, MAY 4
Prime time: social for
seniors. 11:30 a.m. Temple
Israel, 7350 Lake Andrew
Drive, Viera. Bring a bag
lunch.(321) 636-3484.
Brevard County Cocoa
West Recreation Complex
Advisory Committee: 6 p.m.
Cocoa West Community
Center Complex, 230
Burnett Road, Cocoa. (321)
633-1874.
*Aquifer storage and
recovery wells: 6-9 p.m.
Viera Government Center,
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Board of trustees: for
Brevard Community
College. 9 a.m. BCC Cocoa
Campus, Carver Administra-
tion Building, Room 231,
1519 Clearlake Road, Cocoa.
(321) 433-7023.
Florida Association of
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two continuing education
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a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Holiday Inn
Express, 301 Tucker Lane,


State Road 520, Cocoa. E-
mail spacecoast@famb.org or
visit www.famb.org/space-
coast.
Brown bag lunch:
discusses the value of
ecosystems. Noon. Lagoon
House, 3275 Dixie Highway
N.E., Palm Bay Call (321)
725-7775 or visit
www.mrcirl.org.
Beta Sigma Phi Sorority:
7:15 p.m. Village Oaks,
Melbourne. Call (321) 723-
2250 for information.
Abate: Brevard County
Chapter. 7:30 p.m. American
Legion, Post 22,241
See CALENDAR, B8


Splash
From page B3
featuring various food,
beverage and artist vendors.
For a complete listing of
daily events, activities and
entertainment, or to register
for any event, visit
www.melbournebeachfl.org
and click on the Founders
Day link.
Free transportation to and
from Ryckman Park and St.
Sebastian's Episcopal
Church, 2010 Oak St.,
Melbourne Beach, will be
available from 10 a.m. to 4
p.m. For information about
Turtle Splash, visit
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Comedies
From page B1
Road, Cocoa.
Performances are sched-
uled for May 1 and 2 at 7:15


p.m. and for May 3 at 1:15
p.m.
Tickets are $10 for adults
and $7 for students, seniors
and military.
The box office opens one
hour prior to showtime, and


Ms. Henry said she is expect-
ing the 60-seat theater to fill
up quickly.
Tickets for Saturday and
Sunday may be purchased on
Friday.
For information, call (321)
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Hello smart shop-
pers. Check out my
Mother's Day
special at the column's
end.
This column will have
you preparing some of the
fastest and easiest dinners
when there's no time to
cook.
Last week, I gave you the
recipe for marinara sauce.
If you didn't get the paper,
go to my site and follow
instructions.
Let's add mussels, crabs
or clams. Imagine making
these sauces many times
in less time than it takes to
cook the pasta.
Remember, when you
use shellfish, make less
pasta since everyone will
be eating the fish and
licking their fingers.
Enjoy. See you next
week.

MUSSELS MARI-
NARA
serves 4

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; large 28-ounce can
!tommato puree
1 large 28-ounce can
chopped tomatoes
I small can tomato paste
4 large cloves garlic
(chopped)
1/3-cup extra virgin


ROMANCING
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ARLENE BORG

olive
oil
1 teaspoon oregano
5 large fresh basil leaves,
torn
Several sprigs fresh
Italian
parsley (chopped) or 2
teaspoons; dried
Salt, pepper and crushed
red pepper
4 pounds fresh mussels
1/2-pound linguini or
spaghetti

Remove mussels from
bag immediately or they
will suffocate. Refrigerate,


-A 1


uncovered.
To clean, place in cold,
salted water. Today's
mussels are farm raised
and quite clean.
Remove the beard (long
fuzzy thing), if any, by
grabbing it between a
paring knife and your
thumb and pulling. If a
mussel is open, even in
cold water, it's probably
dead. Toss it.
To prevent a watery
sauce, steam mussels
quickly in 1/2-cup of water
and drain, reserving juice.
In a large pot, saute half
the garlic in the oil. Add all
ingredients except remain-
ing garlic, parsley and
pasta. Simmer for 20
minutes, then add the
remaining garlic and
parsley. Cook five minutes.


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Add the mussels, turning
to coat them with sauce.
Cook about 10 minutes
until heated through. If
you like a stronger garlic
flavor, add a teaspoon or
two of chopped garlic in
the jar. Thin the sauce if
necessary with reserved
juice.

CRABS MARINARA
(NIB)

You must remove the
outer shell and the "dead
man."
Plunge crabs into boiling
water for a few minutes
until dead, or place them
in the freezer the cold
will put them to sleep
before they expire. Now
place them in water and
grab the little "handle" on


the bottom of the shell.
The shell will come off
easily.
I do not like the green-
ish-brown stuff tomalleyy)
inside the body, so I wash
it away, but you can leave
it if you choose. The "dead
man" are long stringy
pieces laying over the
body of the crab. They are
not edible and should be
removed.
Follow the sauce recipe
for mussels marinara, but
do not pre-cook the crabs.
Allow two crabs per
person. Add them to
prepared sauce; cook
about 15 minutes.
If the sauce is too thick,
add some water or bottled
clam juice:
There is some meat in
the body and claws and


the legs are delicious.
Lightly bite as you work
your way down the leg,
sucking out all those
delectable little morsels.

RED CLAM SAUCE

Follow sauce recipe for
mussels, omitting the
tomato paste.
You'll need two cans
baby clams. I prefer baby
clams to chopped or
minced; they never get
tough or chewy.
Prepare sauce, adding
the juice of the clams.
Cook as explained. If the
sauce is too thick, add
bottled clam juice or
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7 HOME MUSSELS IN WHITE
PHONE WINE (NIB)
SERVICE serves 4-6
:' ., 3 pounds mussels
1/4-cup extra virgin
olive
,' ,7 4. oil
3 large cloves garlic,
peeled
SSeveral sprigs fresh
SPER Italian
MONTH parsley, chopped, or 1
teaspoon, dried
1/2-cup dry white wine
chabliss or Chardonnay)
Black pepper
Water, 1/4-cup or more
Sliced Italian bread,
toasted
3 I 1 large garlicdclove,
peeled
and split


Clean mussels as
explained in the marinara
sauce recipe; do not pre-
cook them.
Chop half of the 3 garlic
cloves. Using a pot large
enough to accommodate
the mussels, saut6 garlic in
oil until golden. Add the
mussels; cook a few
minutes until they start to
open. Add the pepper,
wine and water, cover and
continue cooking for
about 5 minutes after
mussels come to a boil,
stirring twice. Chop the
remaining garlic with the
parsley, add to pot.* Cook,
covered, for 10 minutes,
turning occasionally.
In deep soup bowls,
place a slice of toasted
Italian bread, rubbed on
top with the raw garlic
clove. Spoon on the
mussels, add broth and
bow to the applause.
*Note: Shorter cooking


of garlic gives a stronger
flavor.

When a recipe is not in
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Augusta golf course offers challenge with its new changes


T A thing the Masters
\\ / a couple weeks back,
V Ifound myself
scratching my head as the
announcers read off the
yardage for some of those
holes.
The Augusta National that
we see today is a far cry from
the one I walked around as a
kid.
To combat technology's
impact on the game of golf,
courses are forced to take
steps to keep from becoming
too easy. Golf balls fly farther
and straighter than ever
before. I know I hit my drives
better than I did back in
college. So what is a course to
do when threatened by
technology?
Most courses simply
lengthen the yardage on the
holes. They move tees back or
build new ones farther from
the fairways to challenge the
better players.
In addition, they may move
or expand fairway bunkers to
cut off short-cuts. Some even
narrow the fairways and grow
deep rough to penalize the
wayward.
Many courses lack the
funds of Augusta National.
When the green jackets
found their course playing
too easy, and players hitting
short irons into greens that
once saw long irons, they just
bought neighboring property
and built new tees.
Not every course can do
that.
What if your course is
already busting at the
property lines and you have
nowhere to go?What if
narrowingyour fairways only
results in aggravating the
majority of your membership
and turning already long
rounds into even longer ones
wrought with frustration?
Such was the case at Santa
Lucia River Club at Ballantrae
in Port St. Lucie (www.san-
taluciariverclub.net, (772)
398-0888). The course didn't
have the property available to
grow length. The course was
also already fairly tight, so
making the fairways even
narrower would have likely
brought out the members
with flaming torches and


Out
From page B1
Ferrentino, directed by
Anthony Mowad; and
"Plagiarism" by Judy Bate,
directed by Valerie Pearson.
Admission is $5. For informa-
tion and reservations,
call (321) 961-1988 or visit
playwrights workshopbre-
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Play: "The Sisters
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Wasserstein. Performances are
May 8,9, 15, 16,22 and 23 at
8 p.m., May 10 and 17 at 2
p.m. Titusville Playhouse, 301
Julia St., Titusville. Call (321)
268-1125 for tickets.
8th Annual Mother & Son
Dance: 7-10 p.m. Friday, May
8, at the Eau Gallie Civic
Center, 1551 Highland Ave.,
Melbourne. Theme is
"Medieval Masquerade."
Tickets may be purchased at
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by calling (321) 255-4608.
Triple N-Ranch Hike:
sponsored by the Indian River
Chapter of the Florida Trail
Association. 7:30 a.m.
Saturday, May 9. Meet at
Sam's Discount Club, 4255 W.
New Haven Ave., Melbourne.
Call (321) 223-2769.
Children's Charity Golf
Tournament, hosted by
Rockledge Kiwanis Club, will
take place Saturday, May 9, at
Turtle Creek Golf Club, 1279
Admiralty Blvd., Rockledge.
Check-in is at 7 a.m. with a
shotgun start at 8 am. For
information, call (321) 537-
6530 or e-mail
president@rockledge-
kiwanis.org.
* American Girl Club: meets
Saturday, May 9, at 10 a.m. at
Barnes & Noble, 1955 W. New
Haven Ave., West Melbourne.
Call (321) 726-9505 to
reserve by Wednesday, May 6.
Free Junior Golf Clinic: 10
a.m. Saturday, May 9, at the
Savannahs Golf Club, 3915
Savannahs Trail, Merritt Island.


For ages 6 and older. Call
(321) 455-1375.
*'Once Upon a Barrier
Island' will celebrate the first
anniversary of the Barrier
Island Center, 8385 S. A1A,
Melbourne Beach, Saturday,
May 9. Special events will take


feature a variety of lies. Some
are closely mown, others
feature a couple inches of
deep rough.
To score well here, you need
to have a variety of shots
around the green, and you
need to be able to think about
how the ball will react and roll
on the green.
I love courses like this! In a
time when every course
seems obsessed with distance


pitchforks.
Santa Lucia River Club
plays to a couple yards over
7,000 from the very tips.
New owner, Penn Florida,
wanted to make certain that
the course continued to be
one of the best on the
Treasure Coast. The trickwas
making the members, who
waited a more playable track
happy, while still being able to
entice collegiate, high school
and professional mini-tour
events.
What Jack Nicklaus and
Penn Florida's Jim Applegate
decided to do was use the
course's greens complexes to
defend the course.
Fairways were opened and
trees were removed and
trimmed back, along with
thinning and removing those
pesky palmettos.
The result is a course that is
very accommodating off the
tee. This certainly makes the
members happy, as they
spend less time searching for
balls and more time hitting
their drivers.
Once players reach the
green or the surrounding
green area. dheyfind out
where the course hides its
teeth.
Playing Santa Lucia, golfers
must learn how to play the
part of the game between the
ears. Brute strength and
brawn usually do not win
against a steely mind here.
Here, golfers need to play to
spots on the green that allow
them easier putts.
One thingyou do notwant
todo here is leave yourself a
long downhill putt. Each
green features a lot of
undulation and several tiers.
You must make sure to hit
your ball to the proper tier, or
you risk three-putting or
worse.
When you miss a green at
Santa Lucia River Club, you'll
want to make sure that you
grab your best chipping club.
The areas around the greens

place from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
For information, call (321)
723-3556.
* Mother's Day Art Appreci-
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Saturday, May 9, at LoPres-
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See JUMP, B8


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and making the longest hole
possible, it's nice to find a
course that goes against the
grain.
Penn Florida and Nicklaus
did a great job toughing the
course, while allowing
members to have an enjoy-
able time.
Many courses looking to
toughen up their course aga
should look at Santa Lucia
River Club.


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You don't need 7,600 yards
to have a stem test. There's
more to the game than hitting
the ball a mile, and it's nice to
see that at least one course
and architect are finally taking


notice.
James Stammer has been an
avid golfer and golfenthusiast
for 30 years. He can be
contactedat
jstammer@yahoo.com.


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New Haven.Ave., Melbourne.
Admission is free. Call (321)
722-6000 to register.
R Mother's Day Tea: 2-3
p.m. Saturday, May 9, at the
Heritage Isle Clubhouse, 6800
Legacy Blvd., Viera. Includes
The Ce r rd food, desserts, cardiovascular
Ush-Lterac ncof Baring Cn, rnrR'e d screenings and a presentation
olunieer ncededhd l. ,: ughourt W'omen/ Center" r";,ne. ,es / on the health benefits of
s4 Bre,-d Counr to ruor Idult- Voluret Neerb.-eJd4 ,,,r0Crondyo aromatherapy. Call (321) 636-
,CC I r~n Ir I t,3 n3nd,,S) ?,, oCa Oirs VOl nr o c 2211, Ext. 1504.
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t3nc1e vr 321-2n"-(.J9I, .e nd Wickham Road, Melbourne,
0oo bre.rter- h bIk 31 a'" orri ,7r trat i n, i,: mar, will offer free admission into
ei"rdlno, ,., r the zoo for all moms on
o 2 a Or E0rl tIO], I Mother's Day, May 10, with
re. ad 4 cros e proof of child. For information,
Becomeare crlr r needed o a to u.,r call (321) 254-9453, Ext. 233,
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Peachtree St., Cocoa. (321)
480-3619.

THURSDAY, MAY 7

*AARP Chapter 756:11
a.m. bingo; 11:40 a.m.
exercise; noon, general
meeting. Kiwanis Island Park
Recreation Center. Call (321)
480-6575 for information.
Identity theft: with
Detective FrankArmeson of
Satellite Beach Police Dept.
Noon. DRS Community
Center, 1089 S. Patrick Drive,
Satellite Beach. (321) 773-
6458.







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WE BEAT ALL
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Campbell's Cooling &
Heating: Sales, Service &
Installation. 30 yrs Ex-
perience 321-288-9711

ROYAL
AIR & HEAT

Replacements
starting at $1,895
FPL Rebates
up to $1,930
2009/2010 Tax Credit
$1,500
Serving all of Brevard
over 10 years


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HUNT'S MOBILE AUTO
REPAIR- A/C, general
automotive repairs & svc.
FLMV74065 321-446-2298
WANTED JUNK CARS
Running or not $200 &
up. We pay cash 24-hrs.
Call 321-631-0111






Just

Face
It
Counter Tops
Laminate
Solid Surface
Granite 92
Over 35Yr Exp
Licensed & Insured
FREE ESTIMATES
a32453-8058


Home & Office Cleaning
Discounts 20% OFF
2monthsl Senior disc!
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lime, move inimove outs.
Nl Job to big or small
LiclBonaeda/lnsured. 7yrs
exp.. Great references,
honest, reliable w/friendly
service. Free estimates.
Diamond Home & Office
Cleaning (321)960-2073


SPRING
SPECIALLI
New Customers
Reg. cleaning $50,
up to 2000 sq. ft.
$75, 2100 sq. ft.
to 3400 sq. ft.
m ..anmnB 1


Vickle's Cleaning
Move-ins Move Outs
Dependable Trustworthy
Reliable 321-255-6317



FREEI If We Can't Fix Itl
Commercial Residential
321-549-0122 Lic/Ins
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CONCRETE- Repairs or
replace,slabs; patlos,pool
decks, additions, drive-
'ways/sidewalks, free est.
Competitive: Prices.
Call George, Krupptlon
Inc. 321-537-6443


DAVE'S CONCRETE
Small slabs Specialty.
Serving Brevard 30 Yrs.
Patio's, Driveways Side-
walks, 'Demolition. We
obtain permits as need-
ed. 321-794-3876


ED'S CONCRETE &
Stucco Inc Since 1984
Complete Masonry Serv-
ice. Lic/Ins 321-508-0797
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JOSEPH'S PAVING &
Concrete,grading,gravel,
seal coating. Free est.
30yrs exp 321-271-0913



ALL PHASES Free Es-
timates. 30 years exp.
Affordable. Reliable.
Lic/Ins 810-614-4088



MACK'S ELECTRIC
Reasonable prices. Res/
Comm. #ER0012411 772-
501-3319; 321-733-0472





GARAGE
DOOR & OPENER
Repairs 8 insiallallon
HURRICANE
PROOF YOUR
GARAGE DOOR



l o OD0igation,

GARAGE GUYS
Call Chris
321-474-2558



SEAMLESS CUTTERS,
-Soffits, Fascia. Lifetime
Warranty. Reasonable
prices. Excel Aluminum
of Brevard. 321-604-5796



A.J's FENCING Unbeat-
able prices I do it all
from A-ZI (Lic#FE120)772-
633-8543; 321-953-1980



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Essential Home Repairs
All Types. Dependable,
Quality Work. Repairs,
Remodel. 20 Years Exp.
.321-684-1926


REGGIE HOME REPAIR
No job too big or small,
we do it all! Windows,
doors, cabinets, lic&ins.
Senior disc. 321-453-1007
REMODELING_& New
Construction, Kitchens,
Baths & More. Lic & ins
(CGC1513110) Residential
/Comm. 321-720-9183

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Home repairs, carpentry,
painting, property maint.
itchen/bath remodeling,
bush hogging, 35yrs exp.
Lic/Ins. (PT238 /FR206)
Call Mark 321-508-2375




Keep Yodr House
COOL and
Lower Your
Electric Bill
FREE REMOVAL
I of Existing I
I insulation w/order I

Batt Insulation
Duct insulation t
Senior Discounts'
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FREE Estimate
321-684-8888




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Care. Plans start as low
as $69.95 a month. For
more information please
call toll free 866-925-
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Starting at $60 Month
Trimming, Mulch, Sod
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Lawn care, handyman
svcs & debris removal.
Lic/ins, comm/res. Free
estimates. 321-576-8857
HASKINS LAWN CARE
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Commercial
Dependable &
Professional.
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Stump Grinding/Removal
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F Licensed/Insured
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Free Estimates-Serving
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WE DO IT RIGHT
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Lawn Service
Shrub Maintenance
Landscape Maint.
Landscape Design
Weeds
General Cleanup
S Res. & Comm.





The hiring of a lawyer is an
important decision that
should npt be based solely
on advertisements. Before
you decide, ask the lawyer to
send you free written infor-
mation about their qualifica-
tions and experience.
Under Florida law,
non-lawyers are permitted to
sell legal forms and kits and
type in the factual informa-
tion provided by their cus-
tomers. They may not, how-
ever, give legal advice.
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ABORTION NOT an Op-
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Its a Wonderful Choice
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Expenses Paid. Loving
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Spa. Jeff 321-543-1140


Professional Painting At Affordable Prices
S Ensure A Lifetime. Of Beauty With
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www.BlueWavePressure
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Lic/Ins






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Almost Everyone Re-
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Experience, Home Im-
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Toll-Free 877-845-6660,
727-530-0412 State Cer-
tified (Lic# CCC058227)




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installed for FREE & Pro-
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SWIM SPA, Factory
Close out. 2-14 ft models
$17,500/ each, Nowl
$8900/ each. 1-18ft mod-
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5 Person Spa, Was
$3,995, now $1,995. Can
Deliver. 800-304-9943


Protect yourself! Hire a
licensed contractor.Install
new systems, repair ex-
isting system, re-routes,
zone adding, system
checks, pumps, timers,
heads etc. 321-724-6061
Artificial Rain Irrigation
Lic# 081RCT00095



Just Say No To Rugs!
Will meet anyone price
for installation. 40 yrs exp
321-536-9092 Lic/Ins


Peninsula Tile & Mar-
ble: Quality Installations
Since 1982. New or
Remodel. Comm/Res
Lic/Ins 321-724-4320



JENKINS PROPERTY
MAINTENANCE
Tree trimming/removal,
stump grinding + hauling.
Senior discount. Lic/ins.
Free Est. 321-728-1558




*Tree Removal
*Tree & Shrub Trimming
* Total Lawn Care
SNo Job Too Big or Small
24+ Years Exp.
Guaranteed Satisfaction
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Cell 321-794-0893
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EXTERIOR PAINTING:
* Cleaning and Removing Mildew
* Seal Cracks & Caulk
* 100% Acrylic Paint
*Waterproofing
INTERIOR PAINTING
* All Prep Work V
* Install Crown Moulding
* Replace w/Custom Textures

W o rk t--u re-s I j -

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AND SONS
Licensed, Bonded & Insured


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800-922-4477 24hr or
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ADOPTION 866-633-
0397 Unplanned Preg-
nancy? Provide your
baby with a loving, fi-
nancially secure family.
Living/ Medical/Coun-
seling expenses paid.
Social worker on staff.
Call compassionate At-
torney Lauren Feingold
(FL Bar # 0958107) 24/7


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BOSTON TERRIER
pups. Ready 05-03.
Great family pet. 1st
shots, health cert, $300.
321-652-8125
GOLDEN RETRIEVER
puppies, AKC, 3 fe-
,males, 2 males. Ready
April 28. Taking deposits.
$800 321-255-2480
Call Classified
866-894-0442


ADOPTION 888-812-
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paid. Choose a Loving,
Financially Secure fami-
ly for your child. Caring
& Confidential. (24
hours/7 days), Attorney
Amy Hickman, (Llc#
832340)



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WANTED DIABETES
Test Strips: Any Kind/
Any Brand. Unexpired.
Up to $16/ Box. Shipping
paid 713-395-1106 www.
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.com
WANTED JUNK CARS
Running or not $200 &
up. We pay cash! 24-hrs.
Call 321-631-0111






WASHER/DRYER Com-
bo: White, Heavy Duty,
Whirlpool, Stackable,
220v, Like Newl Only
$500.321-369-9230



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MINI SCHNAUZER: AKC
1 rare male white w/black
spots $600 (4) Party col-
ored black $500. Taking
Deposits. Health Cerified
First shots. 321-254-4844
MINIATURE Dachshund
puppies CKC 1 male, 1
female. Red smooth coat
Very cute & spoiled. $400
each 321-724-8059
Classified 866-894-0442


Thanks to all of our readers for submitting your Free ads for
merchandise priced under $200. Reminder We allow 4 lines
including your phone number. Only 2 ads per month per
household. Ads' are scheduled for 2 Friday publications.
All FREE ads must be submitted by mail, fax or email.
And finally, please remember to include your name and
address when submitting your ads. by Monday at 5 pm.
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"HOMETOWN NEWS"
Place your classified ad
in the Hometown News!
Do not be fooled we are
your local community
newspaper We are not
a shopper!
ANDERSON WINDOW
iargqe rDure window
aprp. 30u W.2V H $200
321-409-5597
AREA RUG, 9x12, pink &
green, Excellent condi-
tion, 1/2" Soft Wool pile.
$200 321-264-7583
ATV, tow behind, 2 seat
trailer, $200,
321-794-3019 SB
BICYCLE, Trek, Men's,
10 speed, all terrain, $50,
321-777-6906 SB
BICYCLES, for man or
woman, $35, Craftsman
table saw, cast iron, $50,
321-768-1554 SB
CHAIR, Wing Back,
Queen Ann, medium
Green, solid, new condi-
tion, $90, 321-253-5638
COMPUTER DESK $50
15" CRT monitor $50.
321-259-2521
COMPUTER, Sony 19"
LCD monitor with cables,
instructions and manual,
$110, 321-254-'8349 SB
CRIB, Dark oak, bought
in 2007, used 5 times,
$75, 321-409-8094 SB
DIGITAL TV, 32", new in
box, Video input, stereo
sound, $200,
321-733-5994 SB
DRESSER Cherry
$150. Skylight $50/obo.
Call 321-724-9077
DRYER Electric, white
Frigidaire excellent cond,
$100, 321-537-3057






GOATS & ROOSTERS 1
yr old Ram approx 100
Ibs. Boer/ Spanish mix
$100; Also Nannies, Kids
321-373-1632/604-7408


PET GROOMING & SPA
Cashmere, Academy of
Pet Grooming Master
groomer with 35yrs exp.
Ask us how to receive
20% OFF I 321-984-5166


DRYER, Whirlpool, elec-
tric, heavy duty, 8 cycles,
4 temp, $75,
321-777-5080
EXERCISE BIKE $50.
2 Rattan tables,
$50/both. 321-951-4275
GOLF CLUBS, beautiful
with accessories, $65,
portable typewriter, elec-
tric $25, 321-726-9219
GYM, Body Solid, almost
new, with 100 extra
pounds of weights, $145
obo, 321-752-4753 SB
HAND BAG, Coach, $20,
Oshkosh stroller and car
seat, $50, 321-726-6349
HURRICANE PANELS
(20) Aluminum, all sizes.
New/almost new, $10/ea.
321-726-0712 (Melb)
INFANT CAR seat, Gra-
co, with base, $25, White
cradle with bedding, $60,
321-759-4877 SB
KING BED, Simmons pil-
low top, used 1 year,
mattress $199,
321-953-4610 SB
LADDER Multi position-
al, 12' high, plus 11 other
positions, safe fold, $60
firm, 321-242-3232
LAWN MOWER, Master-
cut, self propelled, old,
ugly, runs great, $25,
321-253-0302 SB
LIFT CHAIR, good work-
ing condition, floral print,
U-Haul, $195,
321-373-4365 SB
MINI STEREO, Yamaha
GX500, am/fm, tape, cd
changer, speakers $150,
321-259-4252 SB
MINOLTA CAMERA,
x-370, 35mm, w/ tele
lens, flash and bag, $175
obo, 352-425-2467 SB
MIXER, SUNBEAM, new
in box, 12 speed, 300
watts, heavy duty, 2 glass
bowl, $50, 321-723-3039
NAVIGATION System,
portable, for car, with
MP3 player, 4.3 screen,
$149, 321-728-8803 SB
POLAR BEAR, stuffed
animal, white, 50" high in
sitting position, $35,
321-652-9489 SB
PRINTER HP, Laser jet
5, commercial. grade,
excellent condition, $65,
321-757-5435 SB


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Must be dependable.
Background check. Call
321-427-1530


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EQLREAL ESTATE FOR RENT
EQUAL HOUSING
'OPPORTUNITY8e
PUBLISHERS NOTICEr n l o- c q $ mo V B CH C
All rental and real estate AFFORDABLE
advertising in the Home- PALM BAY- Female will n IIvr be TITUSVILLE Direct water
town News is subject to share, 312 Mouse privi- OU EauGal s front, fully furn 2/2 +denatifl
the Federal Fair Housing leges, ,mnlarnel & phone. water, trash,& cable incl. COCOA Direct water
Law which makesfit lee- $375/mo. Share alec MELBOURNE BEACH: a Pool &, Dock. No Pets. furnounfurn, /1 duplex,
gal to advertise any pref 321-208-4917 Oceanfront Furn 2300sqft $750/mo. 321-269-9018 full. kitchen, laundry rm
erence, limitations or dis- Penthouse, Fireplace, w/hookups, huge dock,
crimination based on PALM BAAY: Wheelchair Pool, Tennis, Sauna. f B P s lake access, no pet
race, H ex,handicap, faro- accessible, po, al W/D u $1400/m321-544-7424 taurannear 95 & 520. $595/mO
ilial Status or national or- clean, quiet. $600/mo VERO BEACH: Call for +util. 321-412-2456
gin or any intention to includesutilities. MELBOURNE/EauGallie specials ibr's from MELBOURNE beautifully
make such preference, 321-750-9298 area efficiency apt, small -$475, 2br's from $550. renovated. 3-br/1.5 Near
limitation or discrimina- furnished,clean, quiet no Tile, New apple. Close to PBHSchool. Fenced yard
tion. In addition, the Fair SEBASTIAN Roomsfor pets.$425/mo. Drug free Beaches, Parks Res- with cabana bar deck







ersons are herby in- CAPE CANAVERAL 2Br/2Ba with New apple. Sh Park RsitsaAa
Housing Ordinance pro- Rent. Furn., all utilities, env.Call321-254-4229 taurants. 772-563-0013 $850/mo 321-693-8305
hibits discrimination cable, refrigerator, .micro- VIERA: THE GREENS By
based on age, marital 'wave; pool, Petsok(fee) ROCKLEDGE between 2br/lba FULLY FUR- PALM BAY '07 large








223-1156 Sebastian. 212 $578. nu y in~dverac ue PALM BAY
status, sexual orientation, $200/wk 772-589-4546 hospital. Rockledge NISHED condo, Com- 3br/2.Sba/2, home jacuz-
gender identities, ior ex- High. lbr/lba $585/moCl unity "Pol, Exercise zi, appliaFnces, big yard.
rkowing.lyose to tow. 321-45 ; No pets. 321-536-3446 c dupx. Cowater. 954-660-0426
advertising whichois in Cpas. 321-536 6 curity. 31-638-8751 PALM BAY NE: Updated
violation of. the law. All SEBASTIAN Updated S ra 2neighbors. Con nt to
persons are herby in- CAE CANAVERAL 2Br/2Ba with New app. r h ar g rier, scean & 1 5. Al
formed thatall dwellings Room efiecy near the in kitchen. All amenities ME W closet pacer A appl'ac
are avalible on an equal beach. Furn, cable TV, (clubhouse, pool, tennis WEST MELBOURNE, d. e labcoc
basis (.l pool te 5 s)0 Greenwood Village 2/2, Palm Bay Rd. $700/mo.
asiLong te $15 wNo pets. $850/mo. 772-538-003 car gar. Gated cm- + Se 503-757-7031
Long term. No pets. 321-- E *UW W W m
o 223-1156 munity. Active clubhouse, PALM BAY
&Roiabe b COCOA BEACH Ocean 5+ FREIs d court, sauna, hot tub, REMODELED
MALABAR1 rm u fro COCO A BEACH Ocean. Cable with 1 year lease Just reduced $795/mo. POOL Home
MALABAR1 room.Fur- fro Condo4BRBA. Move-in Sec. Deposit Call Joe 772-345-35542 ba 2cg Huge pati
nished. 4 BR home 2 be furnished, $15100/mo. $600. approved credit $ 2br/2 609-703-42
Share amenities kitchen 6monthmi. Call Beth 772-581-4440ncome WEST MELBOURNE 2r wg pool. Fenced double
Parking. Close to town. 321453-6522; 544-9105 Restricions Apply. /lba duplex. Completely lot. Nice quiet area,'good
$125K og plus sa d + u il.oo 772-321- renovated w/screened neighbors. Convenient tN
321-984-0137 Furnshed $560mo incs VERO BEACH 2/2 Best porch, patio. A charming river, ocean & 1-95. All
PALM BAY NE some utilities. Also, ocean views. Luxury tropical setting $645/mo. new tile, new appliances,
Furnished room. Walk to 1BDRM $400/mo. Callfor condo on the beach. Vii- Possible rent reduction fresh paint. Small Pet
Sinfo: 321-254-0328 maintaine Sion.re. 11800-578-0408th floor for main work. Call 321- OK. A great deal Z1000, S1-250, 2
location $125 wk $125 1987Newly renovated $1500 984-2361 or 536-9326 $950, S2-350, S3- 400,
deposit386-585-4022 FuMELBOURNE BEACH /mo. 617-803-7809 amlr HOg *****
Affordable and lower unit, river & VERO BEACH Villa Mar
Reliable beach access, cable, 55+ Furnished 2-br/2-ba. WEST MELBOURNE, Affordable & reliable
Hometown News water w/d, garage, hot 1st floor. Florida room 2-br/2-ba San Paulo Hometown News
CLASSIFIEDS! tub $675 mo. split elec.. Comm pool & clbhse. Village. Newly re
convertible.$150 deposit refern- $700/mo + security modeled. Annuallers H1-500, H2-750, CLASSIFIEDS
866-894-0442 ces. 321.-728-9151 772-569-2354 $800/mo. 609-703-0590 866894-0442






All original.HONDA ACCOR$3800/oboD '09 SUZUKI 1977 550 GS
LX-P, 4-dr, auto, R seat, DONATE A CAR- Help 13,000 miles. Garage
alloys, 2,000 miles, per- Children Fighting Diabe- kept. No rust. Excellent
1956 CHEV 210 Only fact $19,950 Trades OK. tes. Fast, Free, Towing. condition. $1200.
62K orig miles. 4-door, 772-321-5455dlr. Call 7 days/week. Non HARLEY Fat Boy 06 772-2341886
6cyl, straight shift. 9 D T oed xrea WANTED JAPANESE
Beautiful car blue & MERCURY SABLE 1999 -runners ok. Tax Deducti- Lowered 2" Extra head WANTED JAPANESE
white, no rust. Garaged 6 cyl, Power windows & ble. Call Juvenile Diabe- lights, 2 seats, windshield Motorcycles Kawasaki,
$12,000 386-322-4409 doors. Cold A/C, 1 tes Research Founda- Screaming Eagle pipes. 1970-1980 Z1-900, KZ90
owner, well maintained, tion. 1-800-578-0408 Backrest Alum wheels 0, KZ1000, S1-250, S2-
ALPHA ROMEO 1987 $2,850321-507-0983 Lojack 'Exc cond. 250, S2-350, S3- 400,
convertible. Garage kept $17,000 Serious callers H1-500, H2-750, Cash
Only 59k original miles. P i only. 772-597-2734 Paid, Free Nationwide
All' original. $3800/obo HONDA 1973 14,000 Pick Up 800-772 -1142 or
772-871-1157 miles Excellent 310-721-0726.
CHEVROLET 1987 EL BUICK: 401 V8 engine pi =a7 F l nNATF condition. Runs great WANTED JAPANESE


PALM BAY SE 2/1.5ba
Icg, dining, living, eat in
kitchen, w/d, dishwasher,
fenced yard, fully renov-
ated. Water treatment
sys. Section 8 welcome,
$850+sec. 321-723-8242
PALM BAY SW, 3br/2ba
garage, very good cond.,
excellent location. Pets
negotiable. $800/mo,
$800 dep. 321-821-2790
VIERA, 4/312, built '05,
2473sf, split, lake front,
scrn'd patio, gated retire-
ment comm., clubhouse,
pool, lawn care incl.,
$1500/month. Avail. im-
mediately! 321-632-3093
W MELBOURNE: Furn
2br/2ba W/D, Scrn porch,
carport, Clubhouse &
Pool. $795/mo incl 'basic
cable. F&L, Dep $300
321-258-9203/327-2807
Waterfront, intracoastal,
boatift, Palm Bay Point
near Harris. 2br/1.5ba -
unfurn $1200, furn. $1350
incis yard+ trash. 1st/last
/Sec. Call 321-676-5603





Sharp
MERRITT ISL New Lux-
ury townhomes, 3/2.5/lcg
2000sf wood floors, pool,
fireplace, whirlpool tubs.
Lease / lease purchase,
rates vary. 321-543-7677


SO BREVARD: 2/1.5
$490; Palm Bay 2/2
$625: 3/2.5/1 $850 Great
locations. 305-338-0746



MELBOURNE Central
location on quiet street.
1/1 ceramic tile,hew paint
Reduced! $480/mo -incls..
W/D, lawn, water, trash,
pest. Call 321-693-2784


MICCO Lovely 2-br/1-ba
duplex. 8480 US-1.
Newly renovated, W/D
$650/mo. + deposit. Call
305-992-1085 or
772-913-0305
SEBASTIAN Tri-plex 1/1
Screened Lanai. A/C, So
Indian River Dr. Close to
*US1 & 1-95 $650/mo.
Call Tom 863-983-8064





WATERFRONT
BAREFOOT BAY golf
course and waterview
Large deck, 2-br/2-ba.
Like new. No smokers.
$850/mo 321-412-6614
MELBOURNE 2br/lba
on private lot. Very nice,
updated, no pets. Close
to schools, water, sewer,
trash, lawn. $525/mo +
security. 321-259-3359


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TITUSVILLE 1 Month
FREEI (*with this ad.)
Offices rom 150-4000sf
Totally renovated w/view
of Cape Canaveral. Co
Brokers welcome. Call
Miriam at 954-961-0500
NEED TO HIRE?
CALL CLASSIFIED
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GATLINBURG TENN
Near Dollywood. Spend
your summer in the
Smoky Mtns. 2 & 3 br
chalets with Mth views,
hot tubs, Jacuzzis, game
rooms. Pet friendly.
1-877-215-3335
www.marysescape.com
MARATHON. LUXURY
1-6 bedroom vacation
homes. Beautiful ocean-
front properties. Pools,
hot tub, docks & more!
Weekly & long weekend
rates. Call now and Plan
for your Summer Tripl
1-888-564-5800
American-Paradise.com
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TITUSVILLE 2/2 45+ '05
MELBOURNE 55+ 2/1 Dblwide w/Indian River
New tilt windows for View end lot, custom
Florida room. 2 sheds, closets. Heat pump, Oak
one is laundry room. kit, all apple's, low lot rent.
Large carport. many $75,000 712-299-3252
apple's & furnishings. Low
lot rent. $17,000. Serious TITUSVILLE 55+ Park.
inquires 321-259-0131 56' with Florida room &
_carport. Furnished. Newly
renovated. $5,000. Call
for info: 321-267-0017
TITUSVILLE, 55 + park
14'x52', with 8x20 work
shop, laundry room, 8'
grnhse, lot rent $235/mo.
MELBOURNE Affordable incls. w/s/g, $7,500iobo
living on a lake 55+ 321-268-2131
community. 2br/ 2ba dou-
blewide. Excellent cond.
$29,900. pcmhs.com
321-984-9491
162 ACRES LAFAY-
Pine, Hardwood Bottoms.
S ,,,4 Rqad Frontage & Great
Hunting. $3700/acre.
Southern Pine Planta-
MELBOURNE, 1344 sq tions 352-867-8018
ft double wide w/huge AUCTION Western
screened room. facing Kentucky Sportsman's
the 'big lake'. 55+ com- Paradise 409ac of hunt-
munity Price reduced. ing land, lakes, home,
$29,900 321727 3446. selling Tuesday, May
12th at 10:0 a.m. Kurtz
MELBOURNE: .Only' Auction, 800-264-1204,
$1995 2/2 12"x60" All www.kurtzauction.com,
New: CHA, vinyl siding, Mike Melloan, Auctioneer
skirting & concrete drive- BIG Beautiful AZ lots
way. Adult park. near Tucson. $0 Down,
866-797-6106 $0 Interest. Starting
$129/ month. Guaranteed
MICCO: Adult park. Extra Financing. Only 12 lots
clean, well maintained, Availible. Pre-Recorded
2-br/1.5-ba, furn. New Message. Call
vinyl roof, 2 sheds, FL 800-631-8164 Mention
room. Storm windows Code 5052 www. sunsite-
thru-out. Pool, clubhouse, slandrush .com
fishing dock. Asking BUY TIMESHARE Re-
$10,500. $800/mo rent. sales Save 60-80% off
904-814-7508/692-2600 Retail! Best Resorts &
Seasons. Call for Free
PALM BAY, 55+ Furnish- Timeshare Magazine!.
ed, 2br/1.5ba, $20,500. 1-800-639-5319 www.
Includes property share. 'holidaygroup.com/flier
Monthly maint fee
$160/mo. includes cable
& lawn. 321-759-0364 I R

PORT ORANGE,' 2/2,
55+, Colony in' the
Woods. New appl./tile/ FORECLOSURE
carpet/kitchen/bath. Lrg. PROPERTIES
Screen patio & Fla. rm. In beautiful N. Georgia,
$29,900 386-212-4801 TN & NC. cabins, homes
& mountain lots. Cal for
|details or visit website:
www.ucbi.com/property
II H E cCall 706-400-9971 or
PORT ORANGE- One of 706400-9973
largest homes in La Cos- GEORGIA 10+ acres.
ta Village largest 5 car Ware County Georgia
driveway largest yard, near Waresboro on
enclosed sun room 20x McDonald Road, lots of
10 w/air & heat. Pets OK. beautiful trees.
2 pools. $35,000 Mom's $22,500.00 for complete
free. 386-761-6627 package. 912-427-7062
Cell# 912-269-9349

cabin in North Georgia
S Mtns. noisy stream,
r spring water, decks,
Park Homes for Sale wooded, secluded acces-
fm $2,000 to $18,000. sible, near Carters Lake
Base lot rents from $367/mo. & Fire station. $134,900.
FREE cable. Also, Empty lots 706 -414
vail for doublewides or singles 706-
1st month FREE!!I GEORGIA RIVER
41. ,, FRONT PROPERTY -
5-1/2' acres in Tattnall
SCounty, between Collins
(AdultPar) Park Homes and .Lyons on Hwy 292,
fmro $2000 to $10,000. good roads, approximate-
Lot rents $300/mo. RV ly 200ft frontage on beau-
Sites w/full hookups $15/day. tiful unsoiled ohoppee riv-
Monthly/Seasonal: RVStorage er, only $55,000.00 with
Sites, $100/mo. No hook ups. 10% down and owner fi-
Part, Mgr. nancing 912-427-7062 or
407-283-5277 Cell # 912-269-9349 .


VERO BEACH- Brand'
New Home. No credit
check. 4/2 on lake. Lease,
option or Rent $1500./mo-
Plus sec. Great Neigh-
borhood. 321-693-6505




SPECIAL
SUNTREE: One month,
FREE Office/Warehouse
Spaces. As low as
$450/mo Ask for Wendy,
321-242-4921

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NORTH CAROLINA
MOUNTAINS
Discounted rates
available, including Pet
friendly units!
Don't forget your
summer rental.
Call now to reserve your
vacation!
Foscoe Rentals
1-800-723-7341
www.foscoerentals.com
ST. AUGUSTINE BCH,
Oceanview Condo fr
$99n $779/wk, House
from $199n $1399 wk,
Oceanfront wedding $359-
nite, or Historic Dist from
$129/n. Disc cruises fr.
$289pp. 904-825-1911
www.sunstatevacation.com


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25' SHASTA Cheyenne
2000 Class C, 1 slide out.
Self contained, Tow bar,
46K miles, $23,900/obo
321-253-1685 evenings


MINT
26' BORN FREE 2003
V-10 eng 25K sleeps 6.
Loaded 2 awnings w/tow
dolly. $42,000 firm. Like
new. 772-485-0357



BOAT DEALS!!
SELL YOUR
BOAT
One call places
your ad from
Martin County
thru
Ormond Beach
HOMETOWN NEWS
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DAMON ULTRASPORT
94' Class A MH, 34' 454
gas, 69kmi, fully self con-
tained, Qn bed, full bath,
Runs Great. $6500 obo
Will consider trade. Lv
mess 321-327-2237
RV TOWED car equip
Roadmaster Explorer tow
bar with accessory kit
$300. Mounting brackets
for '04 Saturn Vue $150.
Roadmaster brake pro
towed car breaking
system $700.
386-761-3403
WINNEBAGO 30' 1991
class A. New factory
finish exterior, new
upholstery. Engine tune
up. Sleeps 6. $8500/obo
321-431-0579

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BRONCO II, 1989,Runs ENCLOSED V- NOSE
Good, auto, 2 wd, 167K., TRAILER 2008 7 x 14
*$890.obo Palm Bay. dual axle. Torsion bar
321-759-0364 suspension. Must sell.
INAHURRYTO $5499.772-589-9220
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Boaits &
Watercraft


16' GLASTRON 115HP
Mercury outboard. Good
condition. $2500/obo
321-777-4548
Affordable & Effective'
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FORECLOSURE LAND
1/4 acre in Florida,
"0"/Down $97/month
Guaranteed Financing.
Cash price $5,000
1-877-983-6600
www.FloridaLotsUSA.com
GEORGIA Very Beauti-
ful high and dry lots
cleared and grassed with
beautiful trees in country
setting, located between
Claxton and Lyons on
Hwy 292 $18,000.00 per
tract with $1000.00 down
and owner financing or
discount for cash.
912-427-7062 or Cell#
912-269-9349
GEORGIA, Lawrenceville
3br/2ba+ofc, 3/4ac corner
lot, brick & vinyl siding,
deck, new windows,a/c &
heat. Great schools!
$142,000.770-853-4084
LAND IS STILL THE
BEST INVESTMENT -
Stop losing money in the
stock market!
TEXAS & OLD MEXICO
Affordable Hunting &
Fishing Property.
10OAcres 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)
NANTAHALA Real Es-
tate Co. National Geo-
graphic & ABC News has
rated this as a #1 summ-
er destination! Vacation
homes/rentals! White
water rafting! Located in
Beautiful high elevation
western North Carolina
surrounded by the Nanta,
hala Nat'l Forest. Only
2.5 hours NE of Atlanta,
GA, only 1.5 hours out-
side Asheville, NC & 30
minutes NE of Murphy,
Pristine Lake, Lake/River
front mountain view,
large .tracts 866-218-8439
www.nantahalaproperties
.com
NC MOUNTAIN LAND
40.8 Acres, Mature Hard-
woods, 5 Acres of Open'
Land. Small Stream.
$399,900. Ed Hicks, Lic.
RE Broker, Timberland
Investment Properties,
Inc 828-676-0221
NC MOUNTAIN
Two-Acre Homesite.
Driveway, house pad in.
Spectacular view. Easily
accessible. Secluded.
Paved road. Bryson City.
$39,950.
Owner financing. Call
owner. 1-800-810-1590.
www.aewilliams.net
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)
NORTH CAROLINA
Boone/Blowing Rock.
10 acres with 2 homes:
Mountain Views/trout
streams. Private well,
driveway. Secluded
mountain retreat.
$177,000
336-835-2281
See Meeks Cabin at
www.buyncland.com


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In gated community. 2BR
/2Ba, full basement, ex-
cellent views, $149,000.
Call Ralph L. Crisp Real-
ty 800-438-8621
PANAMA Real Estate -
Deep water lots, 1/2acre
each in. Bocas Del Toro.
$45,000/ea. Only 2 left
dicnjuli@ymail.com
239-220-4502
TENNESSEE MOUN-
TAIN Land Our Loss,
Your Gain- Beautiful 5
acre tracts for $24,995.
Breathtaking views,
bluffs, waterfalls, creeks.
Great schools. Smaller/
larger tracts. Others
available with owner fi-
nancing $250 down / $99
per month. JDL Reality
931-946-2484
TEXAS LAND SALEII
20 Acres, $0 Down.
Only $15,900., $159/mo.
Near Booming El Paso.
Beautiful Mountain
Views. No Credit Checks.
Money Back Guarantee.
Roads/Surveyed.
1-800-843-7537
www.sunsetranches.com
VIRGINIA MTN LAND
CLOSEOUT SALE
2.5 acres with pond with
stocked trout stream,
$29,500, must sell.
Bank financing.
Call 1-866-789-8535
WESTERN KENTUCKY-
Hunting & Investment
properties. Trophy white-
tail & premier turkey
hunts featured on TV.
50acs-5,000ac tracts,
80ac lake, timber, build-
ing sites, income produc-
Ing starting@ $1,400/ac
270-554-4114



NC BEECH MOUNTAIN
Fully equipped 1-6
bedroom chalets.
Golf, Swim, Hike, Tennis,
at 72 degree average
temperature. Great
prices, discounts for
monthly stays, www.
coolbeechmoUntain.com
1-800-368-7404
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COCOA: 4.3 acres, zon-
ed light industrial off Gris-
som Pkwy on Greens-
boro Rd, close to Ocean,
Potion. $150,000 per
acre 321-544-7424
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