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Vol. 7, No. 45 Your Local News and Information Source * www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, June 3, 2011


HOW WEIRD
M S3 IS THAT?!
a � SEAN MCCARTHY


Spend any time surfing
the Web and you are
bound to find stories
that are just too bizarre to be
true. Here's a sampling,
edited for length. Remember,
just because it's online
doesn't mean it's true!
From king5.com: Craigslist
ad boasts home's pot
growing amenities
A Craigslist ad for a house
in North Bend, Wash., plays
up the home's features,
including a greenhouse
perfect for growing marijua-
na. The ad did not provide an
address for the house, but
described it as "great for
running your own business."
Owners asked for $4,000 a
month to rent or $500,000 to
start a short sale. The listing

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RON PIRTLE RETURNS


Melbourne relief bridge


project nears completion


Roadways to
reopen in
November

By Tammy Roberts
Roberts@hometownnewsol.com
Following a year of
construction, the Mel-
bourne relief bridge
project is near comple-
tion, much to the satisfac-
tion of residents and
frequent drivers of the
area.
The project, which
involves the replacement
of three relief bridges and
the creation of a pedestri-
an bridge, is about 80
percent complete, said
April Heller, assistant
public information officer
for the District 5 office of
the Florida Department of
Transportation.
"We've been making very
good progress and are
currently moving on to
complete some final
roadwork in the area," she
said.
The $9.6 million project,
which began last spring, is


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Construction crews from Johnson Brothers Inc. work
on the Melbourne Causeway relief bridges renovation
project, which the Florida Department of Transporta-
tion estimates will be completed by November.


being funded by the state
as part of the Department
of Transportation's Five-
Year Work Program, said
Steve Olson, public
information officer for the
department.
The length of the
project, which is about 8-
tenths of a mile, extends
from the east end of the
main Melbourne Cause-
way to Riverside Drive.


Best friends


Andy Stefanek/staff photographer
Anna Jorgensen, 8, of Melbourne and Sasha O'Kane, 8,
of Cocoa Beach skate their routine to the song 'Best
Friends' during the Mother's Day recital at the Space
Coast Iceplex in Rockledge.


"The bridges that were
in place last year were still
structurally sound;
however, regular inspec-
tions of the bridges
showed signs of wear and
deterioration, necessitat-
ing replacement," Mr.
Olson said.
Johnson Brothers Inc.,
headquartered in Lithia,
See BRIDGE, A5


This one's


for the girls


Local youth to
build
confidence,
friendships at
summer camp

By Tammy Roberts
Roberts@hometownnewsol.com
It's one thing to learn
about success, respect and
positive self-esteem, but it's
quite another to experience
it first-hand.
That's what participants of
the South BrevardWomen's
Center's second annual


summer camp will have the
opportunity to achieve this
month.
Camp GAIA, which stands
for Girls Adolescence
Independence & Achieve-
ment, is targeted at girls,
who will enter grades fifth
through eighth next school
year.
"Our focus is typically on
assisting a lot of adults and
older women," said Jacque-
line Area, victim advocate
for the Women's Center.
"This is a way for us to
empower young women
and instill positive values
See GAIA, A8


Camps for all
ages, interests
offered in
Brevard County

By Tammy Roberts
Roberts@hometownnewsol.com
Now that school is out, do
your best to avoid hearing
the phrase "I'mbored!" from
your little ones.
This summer is filled with
endless opportunities for
children throughout the
Space Coast to stay active,
challenge their minds and
spark an interest in new
activities.
From archery and guitar
camps to boating safety and
marine camps, there is no
shortage of activities.
Here is a breakdown of
some of the camps offered in
the South Brevard area this
summer:
* The Brevard Art Museum
School will host a Summer
Art Camp from June 6
through July 29. Campers will
participate in a variety of art
activities designed to


strengthen their creative
abilities while developing
social, intellectual and
communication skills.
Activities include painting
pottery, creating collages and
designing mixed-media
pieces, which are showcased
at the Eau Gallie Art District's
First Friday ArtWalk. Sum-
mer programs are open to
children age 3 to those
entering ninth grade. Camps
range from $140 to $375.
Register online atwww.bre-
vardartmuseum.com or call
(321) 242-0737.
* C.S.I. Kids Camp will be
June 6-10 from 8:30 a.m. to
noon with after-care avail-
able.
The camp, which is offered
to children ages 7 through 13
will use forensics, evidence
analysis and problem-solving
skills to investigate non-
violent, hypothetical crimes.
The camp will be held in
the second story of the Care
for Kids building, 2445 Jen
Drive, Melbourne.
Register now by calling
(321) 960-0915 ore-mailing
csicamp201 1@hotmail.com.
* Florida Tech's Marine and


Environmental Science
Summer Camp will begin
July 11 at 9 a.m. and end July
15 at 3 p.m. The five-day
camp will provide high-
school and middle-school
students with an opportunity
to explore the Indian River
Lagoon and Brevard County's
oceans and creeks. Campers
will engage in hands-on
activities, such as the
examination of coastal
processes, including beach
erosion and nourishment,
consequences of freshwater
delivery to the Indian River
Lagoon and the effects of
pollutants on coastal
systems. Participants will
learn how to use a variety of
field and laboratory instru-
ments for measuring
environmental characteris-
tics and standard techniques
for biological sampling.
The registration fee for day-
campers is $375 and includes
lunch, transportation to and
from activities, snacks and
required equipment. The fee
for overnight campers is $675
and includes the above, as
See CAMPS, A8


Just in time for Jazz Friday
June 27 at the Brevard Art
Museum


Surfer's, Paddleboarders compete in annual contest


A4 Out &About BI
B7 Police Report A5
B1 Star Scopes BI
B7 Viewpoint A6


'Waterman's
Challenge'
celebrates 10
years in
Cocoa Beach


By Sue DeWerff
sdewerff@hometownnewsol.com
Longtime surfers and
paddle boarders, as
well as those who may


be wishing to compete
in their first amateur
contest, are invited to
participate in Cocoa
Beach's 10th annual
"Waterman's Chal-
lenge," June 11-12.
The event many
former participants
have said is one they
would not miss and is
always a fun day at the
beach is hosted by the
Cocoa Beach Surf
Museum and is the
largest annual
fundraiser for the


organization.
The two-day week-
end event will be held
behind the Interna-
tional Palms Resort in
Cocoa Beach. A
registration party will
take place at Mambo's
restaurant at the resort
from 5-8 p.m., Friday,
June 10.
This year's challenge
will have more than 20
surfing and 5 paddle-
board divisions, and
will feature team
competitors from


several Florida
chapters of the
Surfrider Foundation.
John Hearin, secretary
of the Cocoa Beach
chapter of the Surfrid-
er Foundation, said
four teams are con-
firmed to participate
in the event, including
the Cocoa Beach
chapter, Sebastian
Inlet chapter, Sun
Coast chapter of
Pinellas County, and
the Orlando chapter.
Last year, members of


the Sebastian Inlet
won the inaugural
event.
"We are hoping to
bring the trophy to
Cocoa Beach this
year," said Mr. Hearin.
Two unique addi-
tions to this contest
will be the Rodeo
Retro 60s and the
Retro 70s competi-
tions. Surfers will be
allowed to use any size
"retro" board designed
from these eras to
compete in this


challenge, and surfers
of any age can partici-
pate in the event.
In addition, a compe-
tition will be held for
those who have never
surfed in a contest
before. There are no
age or board require-
ments for this event.
Saturday, June 11, all
preliminary surfing
and paddleboard
heats will begin at 9
a.m. after check-in.

See WATERMAN, A9


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animals being left at
shelters is because of the
downturn in the economy.
The loss of jobs, particu-
larly in the northern part of
Brevard County near
Kennedy Space Center, has
added to the surplus of
animals, Mr. Brown said.
Mr. Brown said because of
the economy, some pet
owners can't afford to
maintain and feed their
animals.
Animal Services and
Enforcement has facilities in
Melbourne and Titusville
that can house a total of
about 450 pets -but
beyond that, the county
euthanizes its surplus
animals - or "puts them to
sleep," Mr. Brown said.
"We're an open animal
shelter, we can't refuse
anybody who brings an
animal in," Mr. Brown said.
To reduce the animal
surplus, Mr. Brown said
shelter officials do as much
as they can to advertise its
availability of animals.
"One of the easiest things
people can do is come to
our animal care center and
adopt an animal," Mr.
Brown said. He added that
animals can be found on the
shelter's website, brevardan-
imalservices.corn.
The issue of a pet surplus
came to light recently when
a Palm Bay man delivered
66 cats to the county animal
shelter, where half of them
had to be euthanized.
The pet owner did not
spay and neuter the cats,
who became overpopulated
and forced him to bring
them to the shelter.
The surrender of the 66
cats added to an already
increasing surrender rate.
"We have never had an
empty shelter, but the
economy is certainly having
an impact," Mr. Brown said.
"Our owner-surrender rate
has increased dramatically
since last year.
"A lot of people are
downsizing and moving into
apartments that don't allow
animals; other people are
leaving the area for jobs and
can't take their pets that far,"
Mr. Brown said.


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All smiles after picking up their new puppy at the Brevard
County animal shelter are sisters Isabel Sims, 12, and
Camille Sims, 14, of Cocoa.


Mr. Brown said spaying
and neutering pets is critical
to keeping their population
manageable.
"You need to spay and
neuter your animals, there
is no reason to have 66
animals," he said.
Mr. Brown recommended
that if an owner must part
with an animal, a social
network is vital.
"In a shelter, your dog will
be with 200 other animals,
all vying for a home," Mr.
Brown said. "Or you can use
your own social network to
say 'I've fallen on hard
times, I've got to give up
Fluffy. Is anybody looking
for a 2-year-old domestic
shorthaired cat that is
housebroken?'"
Another option for animal
lovers is the Central Brevard
Humane Society in Cocoa,
said Eileen Cole, media
relations manager for the
organization.
At the Humane Society,
animals are not euthanized,
but instead people are
sought to adopt the ani-
mals.
However, the Humane
Society must turn away
anyone who is dropping off
an animal if the Humane
Society's animal shelter is at
its capacity of 200 pets.


times.
"Green house is set up for
specially growing marijuana
growing, flowers, veggies," the
ad read.
The ad also touted a
workshop "with several
offices and rooms set up to
start plants and wood
working" and a kitchen with
double ovens. The ad also
listed four bedrooms, three
and a half baths, a storage
outbuilding, RV hookups and
central heat among its other
features.
The Craigslistpostis no
longer up. It was flagged for
removal.
From
NBCPhiladelphia.corn:
Burglar steals beers, sleeps
on couch
A 63-year-old Long Neck,
Del., woman woke up to find
a burglar sleeping on her
couch, police said.
The woman woke up at 7
a.m. to find her front door
open and a man - who had
drunk multiple cans of her
beer - snoozing, police said.
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Ms. Cole urged pet owners
to spay and neuter their
pets if they haven't done so.
"We have a low-cost spay
and neuter clinic," Ms. Cole
said. "If you're not planning
on breeding them and
having babies, the best
thing to do is have them
spayed and neutered.
"We never want to see an
animal put down because it
has no place to go. That's
whey we emphasize spaying
and neutering," Ms. Cole
said.
At the Brevard County
animal shelter on Eau Gallie
Boulevard recently, two of
the biggest smiles belonged
to Cocoa sisters Camille, 14,
and Isabel Sims, 12, after
their mom, Ann Sims, adopt
a playful poodle they called
"Fluffy."
"He doesn't have to be
lonely anymore," Isabel
said, as the puppy frolicked
around them.
For information about
adopting a pet, contact
Animal Services and
Enforcement at brevardani-
malservices.com or call
(321) 633-2105. For the
Humane Society centers, go
to critteersavers.com or
petfinder.com, or call (321)
259-0601 in Melbourne or
(321) 636-3343 in Cocoa.


woman told him she was
calling the police. Upon
arrival, state troopers found
the man had cut a screen on
the woman's porch to get into
the house.
While canvassing the
neighborhood, police saw a
man matching the victim's
description of the burglar
walking along School Lane
and still drinking a beer.
Bradley M. Furchak of
Millsboro, Del., was arrested
on charges of burglary, theft,
drug possession, criminal
mischief and drunk on the
highway.
He is being held at Sussex
Correctional on $2,250
secured bond.
From msnbc.msn.com:
Teen daughter shoots dad
with hunting bow
Police in Washington
arrested a teenage girl for
allegedly shooting her dad
with an arrow after he took
her cell phone away.
Mason County Detective
William Adam said the man
told officers his 15-year-old
daughter used a hunting bow
to shoot him after he ground-
ed her and took the phone.
After being shot, he
allegedly had to crawl to a
neighbor's house to call 911,
because she wouldn't let him
use the phone, KOMO-TV
reported.
The man was airlifted from
the rural, forested Tahuya
area to Harborview Medical
Center in Seattle and listed in
serious condition, according
to KOMO.
Adam said the girl fled into
woods behind her home with
the bow and arrows but
police surrounded her and
arrested her for investigation
of first-degree assault.
Tahuya is about 35 miles
west of Seattle.
From nj.com: Umpire
tracks missing cell phone to
wrong spot, charged with
assault
A youth baseball umpire
struck out at a man he


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And the winners are ....


Vice President of the
M.O.R.G.A.N. Project,
Sharon Jeavons, carries
the winning turtles to
shore after the finish of the
7th Annual M.O.R.G.A.N.
Project Turtle Splash at
Ryckman Park in Mel-
bourne Beach. Residents
bought or 'adopted' turtles
and hoped that they
crossed the finish line first.






















Andy Stefanek
staff photographer


Weird
From page A2
thought had taken his cell
phone and was arrested on
charges of simple assault and
disorderly conduct.
Carl Ippolito, 52, ofWest
Amwell Township believed
his cell phone was stolen
from his car, which had been
parked on North Union
Street.
He used an application on
his son's phone to track his
missing cell phone to the
towpath between Elm and
Cherry streets, police report-
ed.
Near Niece's Lumber he
found Brent Johnson, 27, of
East Brunswick talking on an


iPhone and confronted him.
Police said Johnson tried to
walk away, but Ippolito
grabbed his shirt, pulled the
younger man to the ground
and punched his head and
body. Johnson's chin was cut.
Ippolito later learned he
had inadvertently left his cell
phone in the snack shack at
the baseball field, where he
had been umpiring a youth
baseball game, police said,
and it was still there.
From sfgate.com: Com-
pressed air turns trucker into
human balloon
A New Zealand truck driver
said he blew up like a balloon
when he fell onto the fitting of
a compressed air hose that
pierced his buttock and
forced air into his body at 100


pounds a square inch.
Steven McCormack was
standing on his truck's foot
plate when he slipped and
fell, breaking a compressed
air hose off an air reservoir
that powered the truck's
brakes.
He fell hard onto the brass
fitting, which pierced his left
buttock and started pumping
air into his body.
"I felt the air rush into my
body and I felt like it was
going to explode from my
foot," he told local media
from his hospital bed in the
town ofWhakatane, on North
Island's east coast.
"I was blowing up like a
football," he said. "I had no
choice but just to lay there,
blowing up like a balloon."


McCormack's workmates
heard his screams and ran to
him, quickly releasing a
safety valve to stop the air
flow, said Robbie Petersen,
co-owner of the trucking
company. He was rushed to
the hospital with terrible
swelling and fluid in one
lung.
Doctors said the air had
separated fat from muscle in
McCormack's body, but had
not entered his bloodstream.
McCormack, 48, said his
skin felt "like a pork roast"
crackling on the outside but
soft underneath.

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Saturday, from 10 a.m. to
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demonstrations with
hands-on activities that
encourage kids to have fun


and get creative.
Activities will include
healthy recipes, cooking
demonstrations and crafts.
Children also will learn to
give back to the community
by bringing a non-perish-
able food item for donation
to the South Brevard
Sharing Center.
Super Duper Mini Chefs at
Melbourne Square Mall is
sponsored by the Early
Learning Coalition.
Families can sign up for
the Simon Kidgits Club
during regular mall hours at
Guest Services or online at
www.simon.com/kidgits.
About Melbourne Square
Mall.
Melbourne Square is
located at 1700 West New
Haven Ave. in Melbourne,
and is managed by Simon
Property Group.
For further information,
visit the Simon Property
Group website at
www. simon. com.
* Increase children's
learning ability and
interactive skills: 10 a.m. to
1 p.m. and 2-5 p.m. Satur-
day, June 4 and 11. Cape
Canaveral Community
Center, 7300 N. Atlantic
Ave., Cape Canaveral.
This workshop provides
techniques and written
materials parents and staff
can identify with in order to
significantly increase the
child/student's ability to
learn and progress interac-
tive skills in a wide variety of
situations.
Cost is $60 for both days.
For more information, call
(321) 868-1226 or e-mail
progresskillbldg@aol.com.
* Humane Society adopt-
able pets event Saturday: 11
a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, June
4. Nature's Market Health
Foods, 701 S. Apollo Blvd.,
Melbourne.
This event will showcase
some of the Central Brevard
Humane Society's shelter
animals.
All proceeds will go to help
provide care to the home-
less animals in Brevard
County.
For more information, call
(321) 636-3343 or visit
www. crittersavers. com.
* Summer reading kick off
party at Barnes & Noble: 11
a.m. Saturday, June 4.
Barnes & Noble, 1955 W.
New Haven Ave., Mel-
bourne.
Join in to kick off the


annual Summer Reading
Program with a special
storytime and costume
party for ages 6-12.
Come dressed as a person
(past or present) you admire
or want to know more
about.
We will read "My Name is
Not Isabella" and "My Name
is Not Alexander," and
children will get a chance to
explain "who they are" and
why they chose that person.
There will be prizes for the
best costumes.
Also enjoy "Canterbury
Tales" with the Brevard
Theatrical Ensemble, noon
to 4 p.m. Saturday, with
actors in costume and
music.
For more information, call
(321) 726-8817or e-mail
crm2834@bn.com.

SUNDAY, JUNE 5
* 20th Annual'Best Pets of
Brevard' calendar contest:
It's that time again for your
pet to "strike a pose!"
So, dust off your camera,
set up the lighting and get
ready for your pet to be an
instant celebrity or maybe
even Mr. or Mrs. September!
The Central Brevard
Humane Society is proudly
sponsoring its 20th Annual
"Best Pets of Brevard" photo
contest for the 2012 calen-
dar.
Don't let this opportunity
pass you by. It is a chance to
have your critter (furry,
feathery or scaly) grace the
cover of what has become
an annual tradition.
The cost for each entry is
$10 per "pet" photo.
All proceeds from this
fundraiser will help to pay
for food, shelter and
medical care for thousands
of homeless animals in the
community.
To enter your pet into the
"Best Pets of Brevard" photo
contest, simply download a
copy of the 'Calendar
Contest Entry' form by
going to
www. crittersavers. com,
stopping by the Humane
Society at 1020 Cox Road in
Cocoa or visiting any of the
four Molly Mutt Thrift
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Society
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Cocoa, FL 32926
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* Submitted photographs
must be no bigger than 5
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contest. Original photos
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electronic images.
* All calendar entries must
be received no later than
Friday, July 1.
All photos will remain
property of the Central
Brevard Humane Society
and will not be returned.
Has your animal compan-
ion passed away?
You can remember them
by having their name, date
of birth and death men-
tioned on the "In Memory of
Page" of the calendar.
The cost is $50 per photo
entry, and those photos will
be returned to you at the
end of the contest.
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contact the Central Brevard
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Camp: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Monday thorough Friday,
June 6-10, 13-17, 20-14 and
June 27 through July 1.
Make special connections
with ocean to lagoon
habitats and wildlife while
sharing fun adventures on
the water.
Cost is $225 and includes
transportation, certified
aquatic instructors, equip-
ment and a T-shirt.
Enrollment is limited to 13
campers per week.
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to enroll, call (321) 723-
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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
of law.
Melbourne Police
Department

* Issac J. Cedeno, 24, of
1228 Meissen Ave., NW,
Palm Bay, was charged May
20 with possession of a
controlled substance
without a prescription.
* Jorge Luis Collazo, 35, of
1608 ParkAve. S., Mel-
bourne was charged May 20
with possession of cocaine,
possession of a weapon by
a convicted felon, and
possession of a weapon.
* Michael Allen Mckane,
32, of 1715 Fletcher St.,
Melbourne was charged
May 20 with battery on a
firefighter/EMT.
* Joshua Paul Primm, 27,
of 451 Orlov Road, Palm Bay
was charged May 20 with
possession of a controlled
substance, narcotic posses-
sion and marijuana posses-
sion not more than 20
grams.
* Andre Marice Smith, 32,
of 516 Roberts St., Mel-
bourne was charged May 20
with possession of a
weapon and possession of
cocaine with intent to sell.
* Nicholas Reader, 32, of
1021 E Park Drive, Indian
Harbor Beach, was charged
May 21 with felony viola-
tion of probation and
robbery without firearm or
weapon.
* Daniel Morgan, 31, of
979 Palmer St., Rockledge
was charged May 23 with
larceny theft more than


$300.
* Peter A. Chasin, 22, of
558 S. Sonora Circle,
Indialantic, was charged
with possession of narcotic
equipment and possession
of cocaine.
* Brenda Kay Ibanez, 57,
of 2081 Sandtrap Lane,
Melbourne, was charged
May 24 with driving with a
suspended license, posses-
sion of a controlled sub-
stance, and hit and run
crash.
* Diana Lyn Malecki, 44,
of 1522 Glendon Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
May 24 with cruelty
towards a child without
great harm and felony
battery strike.
* Jean Paul A. Murphy, 28,
of 155 Jablo Ave., Cocoa was
charged May 24 with
cruelty toward a child
without great harm.
* Stephanie D. Sloan, 48,
of 502 Cornell Ave., Mel-
bourne was charged May 24
with felony battery and
possession of narcotics and
narcotics equipment.
* Colleen R. Crawford, 22,
of 2688 Pineapple Ave.,
Melbourne, was charged
May 25 with aggravated
battery causing bodily
harm.
* Johnny Ray Hill, 26, of
1545 Nona St. N.E., Palm
Bay, was charged with
driving on a suspended
license, habitual offender.
* Ree K. Phernetton, 42, of
1807 Fletcher St., Mel-
bourne, was charged with
prostitution.
* Alberto Prado, 53,
address unknown, was
charged May 25 with DUI,
reckless driving, hit and
run, possession of danger-
ous drugs, possession of


cocaine and property
damage.
*Victor Ortiz Velazaquez,
35, of 1492 Avacado St.,
Melbourne, was charged
May 25 with felony battery.

West Melbourne
Police Department

* Anthony Rosales, 29, of
413 Lisa Road, NE Palm Bay
was charged May 20 with
trespassing in an occupied
structure, drug possession
without a prescription and
larceny retail theft.
* Frank H. McMillian, of
2725 Ranchwood Court,
Melbourne, was charged
May 24 with unarmed
burglary of an unoccupied
structure, property damage
more than $200, and
larceny theft more than
$300.

Brevard County
Sheriffs Office

* Desiree Lynn Barnett,
25, of 662 Toni St. S.W.,
Palm Bay, was charged with
forgery, possession of
narcotics with intent to sell
and driving with a suspend-
ed license.
* Johnny Clark, 37, of 640
Cherokee Ave., Melbourne,
was charged May 20 with
felony violation of con-
tempt of court.
* Michelle Amanda Ervin,
26, of 870 Carnation Ave.
S.E., Palm Bay, was charged
May 20 with felony viola-
tion failure to appear.
* Eber Gonzalez, 27, of 201
Harbor St., Indian Harbour
Beach, was charged May 20
with possession of cocaine
and DUI.


* Leanne M. Greene, 21, of
831 Remsen Ave., N.W.,
Palm Bay was charged May
20 with larceny theft and
felony violation of proba-
tion.
* Gene Paul Ray, 41, of 106
Franklin Ave., Indialantic,
was charged May 20 with
burglary of an unoccupied
structure, property damage
more than $200, and
larceny retail theft, 1st
offense.
* Rashad D. Smith, 21,
address unknown, was
charged May 20 with
possession of marijuana
with intent to sell and
contributing to the delin-
quency of a minor.
* Anthony M. Sosa, 43, of
1067 Riverdale Drive,
Melbourne, was charged
May 20 with producing and
trafficking marijuana.
* Michael Peter Brown, 29,
of 760 Americana Blvd.,
Palm Bay, was charged May
21 with fraud, forgery,
passing a forged altered
instrument and larceny
theft.
* Aaron Scott Brantley, 23,
of 584 Malabar Drive, Palm
Bay, was charged May 23
with failure to appear,
possession of marijuana
not more than 20 grams,


disorderly conduct and
battery strike, and failure to
appear.
* Alexander Gomez, 29, of
8875 Fleming Grant Road,
Micco, was charged May 23
with aggravated fleeing and
eluding an officer with
injury, reckless driving, and
resisting arrest without
violence.
* Brandon Wesley Taylor,
28, of 4096 Windover Way,
Melbourne, was charged
May 23 with altering bank
check, and larceny retail
theft.
* George Peter Bouffard,
53, of 485 Ironwood Drive,
Melbourne was charged
May 25 with an out-of-state
warrant.
* Alton L. Collier, 31, of
1986 Southland Ave.,
Melbourne, was charged
May 25 with felony viola-
tion of probation.
* Brian R.Dilts, 26, of 201
Timpoochee Drive, Indian
Harbour Beach, was
charged with burglary of an
unoccupied dwelling and
property damage of a
church.
* Tara M. Gardner, 36, of
1104 Ashley Ave., Indian
Harbor Beach, was charged
May 25 with larceny theft
$300 or more.


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was hired as the contrac-
tor for the project and
has been extremely
proactive, Ms. Heller said.
There is a chance con-
struction maybe com-
pleted just prior to the
November deadline.
The department advises
motorists in that area to
follow posted speed
limits and be aware of
potential lane closures,
which are permitted from
8 p.m. to 6 a.m. along all
or any of the relief
bridges.
Janet Sims, who used to
walk the causeway every
morning from her home
in Melbourne Beach, said
she is eager to see the
updates made to the area,
primarily the pedestrian
bridge.
"It's been over a year,
and I'm ready to see the
results and get back to
my normal route," Mrs.
Sims said. "I know a lot of
other people who are,
too."
Indialantic town
manager Chris Chinault
said he and the rest of the
town staff is also looking
forward to the comple-
tion of the project.
"Not only our town, but
the county as a whole, is
very dependent on this
bridge for hurricane
evacuation and other
things," Mr. Chinault
said. "The protected
walking area will also
allow pedestrians to take
advantage of those
outdoor activities, while
still remaining safe. We
commend FDOT for
recognizing this need and
their commitment to
getting the project
completed."


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Veterans against Bachmann, Beck and Fox News

My husband and I just want to join in with the veterans
fighting Minnesota Congresswoman Michele Bachmann, who
was on Glenn Beck and said she wanted to cut the $4.3 billion
from the veterans benefits.
I, along with all the veterans, and my husband too, refuse to
buy anything that supports anything on Fox News - any
companies, businesses or broadcasts for Fox News.

The Tallahassee politicians are only taking care
of themselves

I think that the politicians in Tallahassee, who the people of
Florida have sent to take care of the people's interests, are
taking care of themselves in more ways than one.
I am just a little fed up with politicians thinking they have
the right to do whatever they want. This includes our gover-
nor, as well.

Politicians still trying to put church and state
together

Recently the religious denominations of the nine Supreme
Court justices were given on television.
This should be a requirement of all U.S. Congressmen and
Florida legislators.
Why? Because of their religious beliefs, they are dictating
bills they introduce or vote for on such items as: abortion,
stem cell research, gay marriages or gays in the military. They
should be subject to a charge of perjury on the oaths they took
to uphold the U.S. Constitution.
The First Amendment basically says there should be a
separation between church and state.
It states: "Congress shall make no law respecting an estab-
lishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof."
Recently, a Florida legislator proposed that there be prayer
in schools on special occasions.
This is not separation of church and state.

Be careful about Donald Trump

Donald Trump is very persuasive, and a lot of people are
attracted to him and he is saying a lot of the right things.
But I would be very careful that it could be a trap that
Obama could be setting to take away Republican votes.
I would be very careful about voting for him.
There are going to be a lot of people running as Republicans
that they should be paying attention to.
So we really have to be careful. It could be a trap for the
Republicans to take votes away from them.

Cheating is becoming a very big problem

I want to know whatever happening to people learning how
to get through life, make their own money and surviving and
living, without cheating.
Cheating is becoming a very big problem, whether it's in the



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Jazz routine winners


Students from the Dance
Factory of Brevard won
second place at the
'Brevard's Got Talent'for
their jazz routine to
'Cooler than Me' They
are (seated L to R)
Courtney Sweeney, 14,
of Palm Bay and Colleen
Boyle, 16, of Melbourne
along with (standing L to
R) Alexis Whitworth, 11,
of Melbourne, instructor
Jenny Cordova of
Melbourne, Kelly Boyle,
16, of Melbourne and
Sara Yi, 13, of Palm Bay.






Photo courtesy
of Judi Jurhs


'Camp Chance' makes a difference in young lives


Brevard County Police
Athletic League and the
Brevard County Sheriff's
Office partners each
summer to make a differ-
ence in the lives of more
than 300 children by hosting
Camp Chance.
Camp Chance, located just
northwest of Port St. John,
provides a fun and educa-
tional environment for at-
risk children, including
those who have been
abused, abandoned or
neglected or have parents
who are in jail or prison.
The camp relies on deputy
sheriffs, corrections
deputies, police officers, law
enforcement personnel and
youth counselors to mentor
children and teach them the
importance of respecting
others and living a healthy,
drug-free life.
Children attending the
camp learn they matter and
they can trust and depend
on law enforcement offi-
cers.
The overall goal of the
program is to reduce the
numbers of children who
get involved in criminal
activity and ensuring as
many at-risk children as
possible have a long and
wonderful life.
Teachers, guidance
counselors, law enforce-
ment officers, social
workers and parents
recommend children for the
camp.
Camp Chance consists of
seven separate one-week
camps.


Jack Parker
Each week, children from
different areas of the county
are provided transportation
to the camp.
Approximately 50-60
children attend the camp
each week.
The camp is designed to
give the children a great
learning environment and
non-stop fun activities.
For many of the children,
it will be the very first time
they will catch a fish or
canoe or use a bow and
arrow.
They get a chance to ride
on police boats and meet
police K-9s.
They improve their
confidence and build self-
esteem as they make friends
and tackle new challenges,
while spending quality time
with deputy sheriffs and
police officers.
As a result of attending the
camp, many of the children
see law enforcement
officers in a completely
different light.
More importantly, many
of the children become
confident and see them-


work place, in school, in sports, in life in general or in govern-
ment benefits; there seems to be a OK attitude about cheating.
It's just one big cheating problem that seems to be running
wild throughout America.

Now we have two different birth certificates

Wow! After three years, we got to see President Obama's
Certificate of live birth, long form.
Now we have one from Mombasa, Kenya, that looks very
real, too.
It's got a foot print on it.
I wonder if the one if the one from Hawaii has a foot print so
they could do some comparisons to see if that was the same
baby.
I don't really care, because I don't really believe anything the
president says anyway.

Making decisions on veterans benefits

Referring to the "Cutting veterans benefits," I am tired of
seeing people who have not served their country making
decisions on veterans benefits.
I am in support of this group of men, and I am going to bring
it up at our next (American) Legion meeting.

Drug test everyone

I am commenting on "Turning the state into a police state."
Where Rick Scott seems to want to drug test everyone in
Florida who gets any kind of benefits or works for the govern-
ment or the state.
I feel like it should be done completely throughout the
United States. We have a lot of problems with the food stamps.
Other people get to use the food stamps, instead of the people
who are supposed to have them.
I feel like every one of them should be tested just like I would
have to be tested if I went to work for the government.

Raise the debt ceiling, lower the dollar to 55
cents


selves and their futures in a
whole new way.
They learn they can do
incredible things and can be
successful if they work hard,
do their best and treat
others with respect.
Camp Chance's major
sponsor is the "Monarch of
the Seas" of Royal
Caribbean Cruise Lines,
which docks in Port
Canaveral.
The staff and crew of the
ship have adopted Camp
Chance and work hard to
conduct fundraisers
throughout the year to
support the camp.
Each year for the past
three years, the staff and
crew has presented gener-
ous checks to the sheriff's
office to fund the camp.
On Monday, Captain Kjell
and his crew gave us
$20,000 for this year's camp.
In the past three years, they
have given more than
$50,000 to the sheriff's office
for the camp and PAL
programs.
The crew's generosity is
especially heartwarming
when you realize crewmem-
bers spend little on them-
selves and send their
earnings back to the
families they left behind,
many of which are from
very poor countries.
For them to contribute so
generously to the children
of Brevard County when
their earnings are desper-
ately needed back home is a
great blessing to the Brevard
community.


Thanks to Royal
Caribbean and all of our
sponsors, the camp is
provided at no cost to the
children.
This year's camp sessions
are as follows:
* June 6-10 (Palm Bay,
Malabar, Micco, Grant
Valkaria)
*June 13-17 (Melbourne,
West Melbourne, Palm
Shores)
* June 20-24 (Rockledge,
Viera, Cocoa Beach, Cape
Canaveral)
* June 27-July 1 (Merritt
Island, Port St. John,
Canaveral Groves)
* July 11-15 (Satellite
Beach, Indialantic, Indian
Harbour Beach)
* July 18-22 (Titusville,
Mims, Scottsmoor)
* July 25-29 (Cocoa, West
Cocoa)
For additional informa-
tion, please contact Sgt.
JoAnna Seigel of the sheriffs
office at (321) 454-6643 or
(321) 514-3313.
If you would like to make a
donation to help fund
Camp Chance, please make
your check out to "Brevard
County PAL" and write "For
Camp Chance" in the memo
section of the check and
mail to Sheriff Jack Parker,
700 S. Park Ave., Titusville,
FL 32780.
On behalf of the 1,300
men and women of your
sheriff's office, we are
honored to serve you.

Jack Parker is sheriff of
Brevard County


Watching the news on television is like abig joke.
This country wants to raise the debt ceiling. To what end?
We have people in this country talking about Social Security
going "in the tank," and there will be no money by 2030.
The government of the United States is in 135 countries. Let's
bring everybody home. Let's stop sending money overseas.
Let's put those soldiers on our borders, protecting our country.
I don't know where they are going with the debt ceiling.
The dollar is worth 73 cents now on the open market. If they
raise the debt ceiling, the dollar will go down to 55 cents. If the
Chinese decide they want to cash in their treasuries, we are
bankrupt.
Where is the government going? Where are these politicians
going? They think they have deep pockets. They just keep
going to the pockets and spending more money and giving
more benefits and all this other stuff to all these foreign
countries.
Why?

Larger print on the crossword puzzle

Your newspaper is great, but can the crossword puzzle be in
larger print?
Please. Thank you.

We need the Police Report in the paper

Please keep the Police Report part of the Hometown News.
This is one feature that serves the entire community.
I applaud the sheriff's department and all the city police
departments for their difficult jobs in keeping the rest of us
aware and safe.
Thank you.

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Business


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Four businesses open in Eau
Gallie Arts District

Eau Gallie Arts District Main Street
recently held a ribbon cutting ceremony
for two new businesses.
Highland Art & Studio, located at 1414
Highland Ave. in Melbourne, is an art
gallery and studio with 16 artists in
residence working in a broad range of
media.
The artists in residence are: Fred
Cheney, Barbara Perlmutter, Frances
Miller, Humberto Rebollo, Ryan
Livingston, Linda Krupp, Diana
Beacham, John Cherniga, Kelley
Harrison, Pamela Toal, Angie Eschmann
and SuzyWalker.
The grand opening of Highland Art
and Studio included a special com-
memoration to the memory of EGAD
artist Robin Rothrock.
Since the opening, three additional
artists, Nancy Savowski, Dee Duke and
Lloyd Behrendt, have joined the gallery.
Out A Space: Mid-Century Furniture
Gallery, located at 1429 Highland Ave.,
carries everything mid-century (1950-
70) for the home.
Having been serious collectors of mid-
century home furnishings for more
than a decade, store owners Nicole and
Bill Meyers and Shane Combs decided
they had plenty of inventory to open a
store specializing in the period.
Business following the ribbon cutting
has been brisk, indicating Out A Space
is going to be popular addition to EGAD.
This weekend, Book Binders &Watch
Winders, a used book store, should be
open at 535 Eau Gallie Blvd.
Owner James Walton's plans are
underway to open a highly organized
book store specializing in excellent
modern popular fiction, in demand
children's books, first edition books and
nonfiction categories.
Mr. Walton's plans include creating a
comfortable environment for his
clientele that is aWi-Fi hotspot.
Confirmation that Derek Gores and
Heather Everett are opening EGAD Art
Lab at 1405 Highland Ave. in June is
more exciting news for the Eau Gallie
Arts District Main Street Organization.
Joining Derek and Heather in their
new venture are area artists Ryan Speer,
Maria Storman, Jeff Filipski, Christo-
pher Brewer, John Sluder, Zoe Mac, and
Places Please Theater Co. - Joan Taddie
& Christy Boyd.


EGAD Art Lab grand opening is
scheduled for June 10.
For more information, call (321) 752-
0463 or e-mail info@eaugalliearts.com.

Raise money for your Chamber
with the Affinity Membership
Program

Open an account at TD Bank and they
will make a contribution to your
Chamber of Commerce.
TD Bank will make an annual contri-
bution based on the average balance in
all members' accounts.
Checking, savings, money market, CD
and retirement accounts are all includ-
ed in the program.
Your account balances are used to
determine the level of contribution and
are kept confidential.
If you are already a TD Bank customer,
visit any TD Bank location and ask to
have your balances included as part of
your organization's Affinity Member-
ship Program.

Sigman Law Firm now open

Attorney Angela Sigman has opened
Sigman Law Firm, a civil litigation
practice that will serve both Brevard and
Indian River counties.
Although the firm handles cases in
various areas of civil law, the firm's
focus is on family law, consumer rights,
foreclosure defense and bankruptcy.
Ms. Sigman was born and raised in
Brevard County.
Prior to attending law school she was
employed by the Melbourne Police
Department for almost 12 years as an
emergency communications supervi-
sor.
Some of her spare time is devoted to
participating in volunteer events and
handling pro bono cases for Brevard
County Legal Aid.
She plans to assist with pro bono
cases in Indian River County because
she believes that a lack of financial
resources should not prohibit anyone
from obtaining legal services.
Because she honors military person-
nel, she has also agreed to accept cases
from the ABA Military Pro Bono Project,
an organization that assists active-duty
enlisted service members in receiving
legal counsel for various matters if they
meet the program's financial criteria.
The Sigman Law Firm is at 1900 S.
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BUSINESS CALENDAR

FRIDAY, JUNE 3

* SCORE Small Business Counseling
(free): 11 a.m. Melbourne Regional
Chamber of Commerce, 1001 E.
Strawbridge Ave., Melbourne. Call (321)
254-2288.

TUESDAY, JUNE 7

* Small Business Council meeting: 8
a.m. Melbourne Regional Chamber of
Commerce, 1005 E. Strawbridge Ave.,
Melbourne. Call (321) 724-5400, Ext.
230.
* The Innovators Leads Club meeting:
11:30 a.m. Melbourne Regional Cham-
ber of Commerce at Shells Seafood
Restaruant, 1490 W New Haven Ave.,
Melbourne. Call (321) 757-9797.

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8

*West Melbourne Business Associa-
tion meeting: 11:30 a.m. Melbourne
Regional Chamber of Commerce at
BuenaVida Estates, 2129W New Haven
Ave., West Melbourne. Call (321) 723-
3352.
* The Exchange Referral Group Leads
Club meeting: Noon. Melbourne
Regional Chamber of Commerce at the
Broken Barrel Tavern, 4700 Babcock St.
N.E., Palm Bay. Call (321) 724-5400, Ext.
230.

THURSDAY, JUNE 9

* Beach Referral Group Leads Club
meeting: 7:45 a.m. Melbourne Regional
Chamber of Commerce, 1005 E.
Strawbridge Ave., Melbourne. Call (321)
750-3233.
*Women of Excellence Committee
meeting: 8:30-9:30 a.m. Melbourne
Regional Chamber of Commerce at
Holy Land Stone Company LLC, 733
North Drive, Suite E, Melbourne. Cost is
free for members and $10 for non-
members. R.S. VP online atwww.mel-
bourneregionalchamber.com. For more
information, call (321) 724-5400, Ext.
231.
* Trades Council Labor Law Briefing:
4 p.m. Melbourne Regional Chamber of
Commerce, 1005 E. Strawbridge Ave.,
Melbourne. Topic is "Hour and Wage
Laws." Call (321) 724-5400.


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Camps
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well as lodging in university
housing, supervision after
camp hours, meals and
extracurricular activities.
Registration must be
submitted by June 25. A 10-
percent-off savings is offered
for additional siblings.
For registration forms or
additional information, visit
http://camps.fit.edu/dmes
or contact Linda Lundstedtat
(321) 674-8096 or
lundsted@fit.edu.
* As it does each year, the
Satellite Beach Recreation
Department will again offer a
plethora of camps and
activities for youth of all ages.
All camps are located at the
David R. Schechter Commu-
nity Center, 1089 S. Patrick
Drive, Satellite Beach, unless
otherwise noted.
To register, visit the center,
or for information, call (321)
773-6458.
Fora complete listing of
camps, their times and


descriptions, visitwww.satel-
litebeachrecreation.org/activ
itybrochuresummer.aspx.
* Junior Safe Boating
Course: June 6-8 and July 25-
27; ages 11-17; $10 per
person.
* Guitar Camp: June 11-15;
ages 9-15, $105.
* "Sound of Music" Junior
Theater Camp: June 20-July
1; ages 8-15; $180.
* Mr. Science Mystery
Detective Camp: June 6-10;
ages 7-13; $103.
* Mr. Science Magician's
Science &Wizards Camp:
June 13-15; ages 7-13; $78.
* Mr. Science Electricity
Camp: June 20-24; ages 7-13;
$103.
* Mr. Science Build-a-July
4th-Rocket Camp: June 27-
Juy 1; ages 7-13; $103.
* Mr. Science Crazy
Inventors' Camp: July 5-8;
ages 7-13; $88.
* Mr. Science ZAP Camp:
July 11-13; ages 7-13; $78.
* Mr. Science Robo-Wars
Camp: July 18-22; ages 7-13;
$103.
* Mr. Science Flyin' Aces


Kite Camp: July 25-29; ages 7-
13; $103.
* Mr. Science Weird Music
Instruments Camp: Aug 1-5;
ages 7-13; $103.
* Mini-Marine Camp: July
7-8; ages 6-7; $35/session;
Suntree Rotary Park and
Pelican Beach Park.
* Marine Camp: June 6-10;
June 13-17; June 27-July 1;
July 11-15; July 18-22; ages 8-
12; $160/session.
* Marine Camp for pre-
teens: June 20-24 and July 25-
29; ages 10-13; $160/session.
* Fun Dance Camp: June 6-
10; June 20-24; July 11-15;
July 25-29; ages 5-11;
$60/session.
* Gymnastics Camp: June
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early on."
The camp will be divided
into two sessions: June 6-10
for girls entering fifth- and
sixth-grade and June 13-17
for girls entering seventh-
and eighth-grade.
"The overall goal of the
camp is to promote self
esteem, healthy living, giving
back to the community,
leadership, teamwork,
embracing their creativity
and being a good citizen,"
said Darlene Heumann,
special projects coordinator
for the Women's Center.
Activities will include yoga,
hip-hop dancing and
cooking nutritional foods;
touring a holding cell at the
courthouse; learning about
water safety at the Suntree
pool; volunteering at the
Humane Society of South
Brevard; bringing donations
to the Women's Center
Furniture & More store;
participating in a mock-
interview at Florida Tech's
radio station-WFIT;
learning about finance at
Florida Commerce Bank;
channeling emotions with a
watercolor art class at Bali
Studios; and learning about
art-journaling with local
artist, Elise Crohn.
Campers will also meet
with a variety of successful
women in the community,
including Brevard County
Circuit Court Judge Lisa
Davidson; personal Chef
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With such a plethora of
activities, organizers receive
great feedback from last
year's campers.
"The girls said they liked
meeting and talking to new
people - not only girls their
age, but the women in
positions of leadership," Ms.
Heumann said. "They really
enjoyed how all of the
activities focused on talking
positively and listening to
other people talk positively."
This year's camp will be led
by director Sharon Camp-
bell, who has more than 25
years of experience working
with youth in various
children's agencies. She will
be assisted by qualified
volunteers from throughout
the community.
"We believe that a woman
attains positive self-esteem,
confidence and knowledge
in her adolescent years," said
Ms. Heumann said. "That's
what this camp is all about."
Camp GAIA will be June 6-
10 for girls entering fifth- and
sixth-grade and June 13-17
for girls entering seventh-
and eighth-grade from 7:30
a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.
Camp rate is $125 a session
and includes transportation
to activities, insurance,
breakfast, lunch and snacks.
Scholarships are available for
those who qualify. Space is
limited.
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Rants
From page A6
Car insurance going up? Be
grateful that your insurance
went up only $16, and it was
only that little because of
Obama's health care reform.
Without our current
president's stand against the
insurance industry, your car
insurance medical rider
would have gone up more
than twice that.
Under "Chicken George,"
the never-elected tool of
corporations, medical
insurance went up over 3,000
percent.
In fact, President Obama's
original health care proposals
would have cut the insurance
industry out of controlling
your health care entirely, and
left it between you and your
doctor.
It was the industry-owned
Republicans who added
thousands of pages of riders,
exclusions, qualifications and
outright illegalities, in their
self-proclaimed attempt to
kill it.
If you are sane at all, you
know that the first thing the
Republicans said when
Obama was elected was,
"We're going to make sure he
fails, and we don't care if we


have to destroy America to do
it. We simply will not tolerate
a black man in the White
House."
That, by the way, is not the
most racist of the exact
quotes.
And, oh yes, my insurance
went down this year because
of safe driver discounts. We
have only your word that
your premium went up
because of "medical costs,"
and not your driving record.
But even if true, the blame
lies with the "conservative"
insurance industries, not
Obama's health care reforms.

Osama - Islamic ritual
for his burial?
I must say that I am
conflicted in my thoughts
regarding Osama bin Laden's
death and burial.
It is satisfying to know that
he is dead and can never
harm another American, but
I am confused as to why this
evil barbarian was afforded
the respect of any Islamic
ritual for his burial.
Is the White House trying to
play the "respect-for-Islam"
card?
Osama Bin Laden is not
worthy of that respect.
Muslims worldwide will not
acknowledge the humane


American effort to comply
with Islamic burial rituals.
They will look on us as weak
and submissive.
Shame on Obama.
It makes me nauseated and
sick to think that someone
would make sure a religious
rite was given to a man like
this.
Muslims would come to
respect and fear America if
we treated Osama's remains
just like they treat American
remains after killing us.
Behead the SOB and drag
his body through the streets
of New York City.
Hang him by his feet from
the George Washington
Bridge for all to view his
rotting corpse.
Then dismember his body
and throw it into an
unmarked grave, each body
part wrapped in pig guts.
Let it be known that every
Muslim terrorist can count
on this treatment when
captured and killed.
There are people who
believe that this man was
someone to look up to, so in
order to discourage having a
burial site that might become
a place where his sympathiz-
ers would "glorify" his acts,
the site would be sprinkled
with pig's blood for 200 yards
in every direction and the


grave location would be
unknown.
The above treatment would
satisfy the 'revenge' feelings
for most Americans.
Then again, my religious
faith tells me that God
reckons with a person's
deeds in the after life on
judgment day.
Like I said, I'm conflicted!
Editor's note- There were
eight other similar 'Glad he is
dead' raves submitted.

Feeling compelled to
correct some recent
writers
Please refer to Obamacare
as "Health care Reform" since
that's what it really is, and
some of us have already
benefited from some of its
advantages.
Those of you who have
good medical coverage, I
guess could care less about
those who don't.
If your insurance company
is telling you they are raising
rates due to health care
reform, they are lying to you
just to make a bigger profit.
Why? Because they can, and
you believe them.
A writer recent wrote "What
ever happened to freedom of


choice?"
That's what women are now
wondering when the govern-
ment tries to control their
bodies and their female
healthcare.
That's much bigger than
worrying about if Obama
wants to put calories counts
on menus.
Lastly, I don't know how
many times this has been


said, but the NASA space
program was ended under
the Bush administration with
only a few remaining flights
scheduled, not Obama.

'Born at home' has
other problems
You voted for your buddies,
See RANTS, A10


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That evening, beginning at
7 p.m., the surf museum
members will host a
Hawaiian-style luau,
featuring entertainment,
live auctions and more at
the Cocoa Beach Country
Club in Cocoa Beach.
Melody De Carlo, co-
organizer of the event and
member of the museum,
said this party would be
open to the public, regard-
less of participation in the
contest. Tickets are $20 for
adult non-members, and
$15 for members of the
museum. Children's tickets
cost $10, and are free for
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Rants
From page A9
who don't care whether
you're sick or want you to get
health care anyway, so why
are you whining to us?
Assuming you're telling the
truth about even that much,
because you're certainly, in
true fashion, lying about
everything else.
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were 89 years old, on dialysis,
been in the military, yada,
yada, yada - even if he
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day, his medical records


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the previous hospital -
and, if you were so con-
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copies yourself.
His birth certificate would
never come up. At very most,
his year of birth would
have been entered when you
first applied for government
medical care. According to
you, that would have been
some time ago.
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documents, you petition for
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SECTION B * FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 2011


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* Abby's Cove Restaurant &
Bar: Free dance lessons with
DJ Bob Kane and Company
at 7 p.m. Tuesday. Jam with
the John Quinlivin Band on
the deck 6-10 p.m. on
Thursday. Bobby Kelly
provides dinner entertain-
ment 5:30-8:30 p.m. with live
bands and a DJ between sets
9 p.m. to midnight Friday
and Saturdays. Abby's Cove is
at 1462 HighwayA1A,
Satellite Beach. Call (321)
777-2683.
* Beach Shack: Simone &
The Supercats will play 8
p.m. to midnight Friday. The
Coolers will play 2-6 p.m.
and Mud Rooster will play 6-
10 p.m. Saturday. Separate
Checks will play 2-6 p.m. and
John Emil will play 6-10 p.m.
Sunday. Blues Jam with
Space Coast Playboys will be
at 8 p.m. Thursday. The
Beach Shack is at 1 Minute-
man Causeway, Cocoa
Beach. Call (321) 783-2250.
* Baja Tavern and Eats:
Friday is the "Baja Bash" with
the Tropical Yuppies 4-8 p.m.
The Tiki Band will play 3-7
p.m. Saturday (Watchin' the
Cruise Ships). The Tropical
Yuppies will play again 3-7
p.m. Sunday. Baja is at 626
Glen Cheek Drive, Port
Canaveral. Call (321) 799-
1616.
* Cabana Shores Tiki Bar:
Jessica Ottway will play 7-10
p.m. Thursday. Cabana
Shores Tiki Bar is at 5240
North U.S. Highway 1, Palm
Shores. Call (321) 987-8455.
* Captain Katanna's
Dockside Restaurant and
Bar: Tammy Paoletti and Ken
Moores will play 7-11 p.m.
Friday. Ken Moores will also
play2:30-6:30 p.m. Sunday.
Katanna's is at 4263 N.
Harbor City Blvd. (Highway
U.S. 1), Melbourne. Call
(321)253-1369.
* Chops Restaurant &
Lounge: Dave Evans willplay
7-10 p.m. Saturday. Chops is
at 336 S. Washington Ave.,
Titusville. Call (321) 385-
2467.
* Crown Plaza Hotel: Pat
Michaels will play on the
deck noon to 4 p.m. Satur-
day. The Crown Plaza is at
2605 N. Highway A1A,
Indialantic. Call (321) 777-
4100.
* Grills Riverside - Mel-
bourne: Johnny Danger will
play at 2 p.m. (come by boat)
and Delgado will play 7:30-
11:30 p.m. Saturday. Derek &
The Slammers will play at 3
p.m. Sunday. Hypersonawill
play at 5 p.m. Thursday.
Grills is at 6075 North U.S.
Highway 1, Melbourne. Call
(321)242-8999.
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See SCENE, B3


Jazz favorite returns to museum


By Shelley Koppel
Entertainment writer
When jazz bassist Ron
Pirtle of Melbourne was
growing up on a farm in
Geneva, Ohio, he listened
to the Beatles and the
Rolling Stones.
As a teen, the young
musician and his brother
formed a band. The self-
taught musician played
the electric bass guitar
and the sound was rock 'n
roll. As he matured,
though, his taste changed.
"I played rock 'n roll
until I was 23 or 24," he
said. "I wanted to learn
more about music so I
took a few lessons in
music theory. My teacher
was a jazz teacher and he
said if I wanted to get
serious, I had to switch to
an upright. I started
playing an upright bass
and I feel in love with it
and learned more about
jazz."
Mr. Pirtle brings a
quartet to the Brevard
Museum of Art on June 17
as part of Jazz Fridays. He
is a frequent visitor.
"Ron Pirtle is one of our
jazz patrons' favorite
performers," said Tina
Murray, office manager
for the Brevard County
Museum. "He often fills
every seat and packs the
galleries to standing room
only."
Mr. Pirtle and his wife,
Joyce, his high school
sweetheart, moved to
Florida 29 years ago. They
settled in the area


because her parents had
retired here. Mr. Pirtle has
kept his day job as a letter
carrier for the United
States Postal Service, but
he hopes to be able to
retire to his music in
another five years.
Asked about his taste in
music, Mr. Pirtle names
Ray Brown and Paul
Chambers as two of his
favorite bass players.
However, his taste is
eclectic.
"I listen to everything,'
he said. "There's so much
more out there. I try to
play all styles."
Mr. Pirtle performs with
John Ryan on Friday and
Saturday nights at the
Florida Keys Piano Bar in
Melbourne and it is
"requests only."
"You have to be able to
play all types," he said.
"You have to play for the
people, not just for
yourself. I say I play Bach
to the Beatles to bebop
and everything in
between, with bluegrass
and the blues, too. If you
play it right, it's all good.
You have to be versatile."
Ron Pirtle will perform
at Jazz Friday on June 17
at the Brevard Art Muse-
um, 1463 Highland Ave.,
Melbourne, from 5:30-
7:30 p.m. Admission is
free to museum members
and $10 for non-mem-
bers. For more informa-
tion, call (321) 242-0737.
He appears with Jack
Ryan at the Florida Keys
Piano Bar and Cocktail
Lounge, 901 E. New Haven


Photo courtesy of Ron Pirtle
Jazz bassist Ron Pirtle of Melbourne returns to the Bre-
vard Art Museum for Jazz Friday on June 17.


Ave., Melbourne, on
Friday and Saturday
nights from 8 p.m.-


midnight. For more
information, call (321)
409-5397.


Out & about


Blue Water Open Charity
Offshore Fishing Tournament

Activities for the 18th
Annual Blue Water Open start
at 5 p.m. Friday, June 3 with
registration and the captain's
meeting at Capt'n Butchers in
Sebastian. Fishing begins
Saturday, June 4.
Even if you don't fish, there
are raffles, T-shirt sales,
nautical vendors, music and
more.
Anglers are eligible to win
$12,000 in cash prizes in four
fish categories: Dolphin,
Kingfish, Wahoo and Grouper,
plus a Top Boat prize of
$1,000.
There are an additional 10
places on the bonus board
that offers a $200 payout
each.
There are also non-cash
prizes for Top Lady and Junior
Anglers, Biggest AJ and Boat
Lotto.
The tournament is present-


ed by the Exchange Club of
Sebastian and benefits many
worthy causes and organiza-
tions, including Yellow
Umbrella, a child abuse
prevention center in Brevard
County.
Yellow Umbrella helps
children and families through
parenting classes, walk-in
family needs, telephone
referrals, Coats for Kids drives,
in-home anger management
classes, Christmas toy drives,
paraprofessional services and
other programs.
Capt'n Butchers is at 1732
Indian River Drive, Sebastian.
For information, call (772)
589-2552, (772) 388-0044,
(772) 589-4708 or visit
www.bluewateropen.com.

Girls Unique Night Out

Girls Unique Night Out is
6:30-11 p.m. Friday, June 3 at
Caf6 Unique, 607 Florida Ave.,
Cocoa.


The night out includes a
dinner buffet chocolate
fountain, martini fountain, a
chick flick and a cash bar.
Cost is $20, which includes
tax but not gratuity.
During May and June,
celebrate your birthday at Cafe
Unique. Bring a group of six or
more and receive a free cake,
gift and Unique Mystique
drink.
For more information, call
Cafe Unique at (321) 504-
0823 or visit www.cafeu-
niquecreationscourtyard.com.

Brevard Theatrical Ensemble
at Barnes & Noble
The Brevard Theatrical
Ensemble will present singing,
dancing and stories from "The
Canterbury Tales," by Geoffrey
Chaucer, noon to 4 p.m.
Saturday, June 4 at Barnes &
Noble Booksellers, 1955 W.
New Haven Ave., West
Melbourne.


Come get a sneak peek at
the show and some "insider"
information on the classic
work of literature.
A portion of all purchases
June 4-9 will benefit the
Brevard Theatrical Ensemble,
assisting the group to acquire
costumes and musical
instruments.
Bookfair coupons must be
submitted prior to checkout
for the ensemble to get its
donation. Coupons are
available from any Brevard
Theatrical Ensemble member.
For more information, call
(321) 676-0697, e-mail
ladygailbte@earthlink.com or
visit
www.brevardensemble.com.

Eau Gallie Arts District's
First Friday Art Walk
From 5:30-8:30 p.m. Friday,
June 3, the Eau Gallie Arts
District will hold its monthly
See OUT, B2


STAR SCOPES
James Tucker
Week of 6-3-2011
Aries-March 21-April 19
Sometimes dreams are slow
in coming. Never lose hope
or give up. Future success
calls for you to hang in there
and keep feeding and
encouraging your dreams to
grow. Sweet rewards are on
the way. It takes patience,
trust, commitment and faith
in the universe. Go with
these virtues and winning is
assured.

Taurus-April 20-May 20
Stay calm. There is light at
the end of the tunnel. You
have safely come through
the most challenging times,
intact in body, mind, heart
and soul. Positive results are
coming for all the efforts
recently made. What a bless-
ing. Keep your spirit strong
and your heart open and
more and better will soon be
on the way.

Gemini-May 21-June 21
Fear, doubt and indecision all
live in the shadow of the
mind. The mind has a dual
nature. First impressions are
always the best before fear
and doubt set in. A positive
Gemini refuses to let nega-
tive thinkinking overrule the
heart and soul. Do what is
right and the universe will
multiply it and bring it back
tenfold. Be fearless.

Cancer-June 22-July 22
Your message from the uni-
verse this week: say this out
loud each morning. "My life
is filled with love, peace,
health, abundance, faith and
joy. I have everything I need
to be happy. I gladly share
this abundance with every-
one. This is my day. I surren-
der my will to the universal
will. I am blessed and more
is on the way."

Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
Your spirit is strong and
active now. When you stay
focused on your top goals
and take action, positive
results are sure to follow. Just
be patient and look for the
signs that they are blessed
and beginning to grow. You
are an exciting person to be
around. We all just wait to
see what you are going to do
next. Keep on roaring, my
friend.

Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22
Call in favors from friends
when needed. It's the giving
and receiving that creates
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First Friday Art Walk.
Art studios, galleries, muse-
ums, shops and restaurants in
the Eau Gallie Arts District will
remain open late for a free art
walk, featuring exhibition
openings, demonstrations,
refreshments and live music.
In addition, area artists set up
in Eau Gallie Square, and the
Treble Hook band will perform
in the Eau Gallie Square band
shell.
Other First Friday Art Walk


activities taking place in the Eau
Gallie Arts District include the
Brevard Art Museum open and
free to the public for Fringe
Friday, with the "Elements of
Nature: Selections" from the
Frederick R. Weisman Founda-
tion on view.
Galleries and studios will
feature exhibition openings.
The Fifth Avenue Art Gallery is
featuring Sara Pedigo's "Leaving
the Screen Door Open"
exhibition.
Art & Antique Studio and
Gallery will host an opening
reception for traveling artist
Peter Bamford's "Coast to
Coast" acrylic exhibition.


At Highland Art and Studio,
featured artists are Frances
Miller and Fred Cheney.
The Historic Rossetter House
Museum will offer an evening
Ghost Tour. Call in advance for
Ghost Tour reservations at (321)
254-9855. Tickets are limited.
Academy of Performing Arts and
Dance opens June 3
The Renaissance Academy of
Performing Arts and Dance will
host a free Open House and
'Dance Party' 6:30-9:30 p.m.
Friday, June 3 at the group's
new facility at 801 Dixon Blvd.
in Byrd Plaza (U.S. Highway 1),


Cocoa.
Catering to the "pre-profes-
sional performer," the Renais-
sance Academy will prepare
children and young adults for a
career in the performing arts,
providing dance and theatrical
education programming, as well
as pre-professional mentoring.
Fitness classes, as well as fun
summer theatre and dance
programs will be available for
both children and adults.
The June 3 dance party is free
and open to the public and will
preview the academy course
offerings with samplings of
Zumba, Hip Hop Fitness and a
variety of dance demonstrations
and activities for participation.
A complete schedule of
summer classes is now
available on the Renaissance
Academy website at
www.MyRenArts.com or by
calling (321) 536-0908.

Another night at Groucho's
Comedy Club
The "Fryman" and Richy Lala
to appear at Groucho's Comedy
Club: 8:30 p.m. Friday, June 3.
International Palms Resort
(formerly the Holiday Inn), 1300
N. Atlantic Ave., Cocoa Beach.
The "Fryman," originally from
Keflavik, Iceland, has been on
NBC, BET, Sirus, XM and has
done three overseas military


tour shows.
Tickets are $12, and special
dinner shows are $20 (call
ahead).
For more information, call
(321) 866-0222 or visit
www.grouchoscomedy.com.
The British are coming to Merritt
Island in a free concert
The Community Band of
Brevard will play"Music of the
British Isles" on Sunday, June 5
at Merritt Island High School
Auditorium, 100 Mustang Way
(off North Courtenay Parkway,
Merritt Island).
The 3 p.m. concert will invoke
the sprites of misty Ireland and
delicate English gardens with
some of the region's most
beloved tunes by composers
Holst, Grainger, Vaughn
Williams, Arnold and Walton.
Led by conductor Marion
Scott, the musical event is free
with no ticket required.
For more information, contact
Community Band of Brevard
president Mike Freeman, at
(321) 725-9191 or visit
www.CommunityBandofBre-
vard.org.

'Joseph and the Amazing
Technicolor Dreamcoat' at the
King Center


The biblical saga of Joseph
and his coat of many colors
comes to vibrant life in this
musical parable.
Joseph, his father's favorite
son, is a boy blessed with
prophetic dreams.
When he is sold into slavery
by his jealous brothers and
taken to Egypt Joseph endures
a series of adventures in which
his spirit and humanity are
continually challenged.
Set to an engaging cornu-
copia of musical styles, from
country-western and calypso to
bubble-gum pop and rock'n'
roll, this Old Testament tale
emerges both timely and
timeless.
"Joseph" has an award
winning score bythe legendary
composing team of Andrew
Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice and
includes such classics as "Any
Dream Will Do" and "Close
Every Door."
Performing in this production
will be a special chorus
comprised of children from the
Melbourne area.
"Joseph and the Amazing
Technicolor Dreamcoat" will be
at the King Center for the
Performing Arts at 2 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday, June 18
and 19.
The King Center is at 3865 N.
Wickham Road, Melbourne.
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DINING & ENTERTAINMENT


Great salad


dressings


Hello, smart shop-
pers, hope you had
a good week.
Before we begin, I'd like
to try and answer a
reader's question con-
cerning the white goopy
stuff that appears when
cooking salmon.
I asked my son, Guy,
and his answer is you're
cooking the fish too long
and that stuff is the fat.
Stop cooking before it
appears or remove it with
a brush or paper towel.
Let's face it, it's summer-
time, time for light, quick
meals. Salads with "good
for you" dressings is my
pick for this week.
Last week I introduced
you to great websites that
duplicate famous restau-
rant specialties just check
out copy-cat recipes.
This week it's Olive
Garden's house dressing.
Have you ever noticed
how many people seem to
appear to be working real
hard at cutting the fat and
watching their diet? Do
you ever wonder why
according to reports,
Americans are getting
heavier than ever? Why do
you suppose that's
happening?
Fat soothes the soul and
fills the tummy. Because
something is low fat
doesn't mean you can eat
twice as much. Calories
count for something and
common sense has to play
an important part in
lifestyles. Didn't we know
that?
Many of us are hitting
those wonderful salad
bars in restaurants.
Greens are good for you
and fat free, right? That
may be so, but when you
scoop on globs of that
wonderful, creamy
dressing you are many
times getting the equiva-
lent in fat of a prime-rib
dinner.
A friend of mine, many
years ago, ran a diet clinic.
She said fill the ladle with
dressing, then pour out
most of it and just use
those last drippings to top
your salad.
Doesn't sound too
appealing, does it? You
have three choices: use an
oil and vinegar dressing,
make one of my low-fat
dressings and bring it with
you when you eat out or
bring along one of those
oddly thick yuckk) bottled,
fat-free dressings.
I created my own bleu
cheese dressing and
recently made it low fat.
No way to make it fat free
since bleu cheese is high
in fat, but by using a small
amount of cheese, you


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can make an allowable
dressing.
Thousand Island
dressing is another
favorite and the original
was not a mixture of
ketchup, mayonnaise and
relish. I found a copy of
the original many years
ago. The chef on a ship in
the area of the Thousand
Islands used what he had
on hand to create the
dressing, thus the name.
The 1,000 Islands are a
group of islands in the St.
Lawrence River in New
York state. They lie in a 40-
mile stretch of the St.
Lawrence as it leaves Lake
Ontario. They are formed
when the river flows over
the low hills of the Cana-
dian shield, which extends
southeast into NewYork.
Thank you, World Book
Encyclopedia!
Enjoy your salads and
delicious dressings. See
you next week.

BLEU CHEESE
DRESSING
regular and low-fat

1 cup mayonnaise
(regular, low fat or
fat free)
1 cup sour cream
(regular, low fat or
fat free)
1/2-teaspoon garlic
powder
1 teaspoon parsley
flakes
1/2-teaspoon salt
1/4-teaspoon pepper
1 tablespoon lemon
juice, fresh or bottled
1-2 ounces crumbled
bleu cheese (or more
to taste)

Place all ingredients,
except bleu cheese, in a
blender and blend until
smooth. Place in contain-
er and stir in bleu cheese.
Mixture will be thick. Do
not thin at this time. Cover
and refrigerate at least two
hours. If mixture is still too
thick, thin with a little
milk. This will keep in
refrigerator for at least two
weeks.

See ROMANCING, B4


Comfort Foodf Ma& From Scratch
THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS:
Monday: Meat Loaf
Tuesday: Roast Pork
Wednesday: Chicken Pot Pie
Thu., Sat. & Sun.: Shepherd's Pie &
Cuban Sandwich
Friday: Seafood
Reuben Sandwich


Scene
From page B1

Parrot will play 5-8 p.m.
Monday. The Hunker Down
is at 7 S. Atlantic Ave., Cocoa
Beach. Call (321) 613-3802.
* Island Spice: "Cool
Runnings" with the Jeffrey
Medina Group will play 6-9
p.m. every Tuesday. Island
Spice is at 4910 Stack Blvd.,
Melbourne. Call (321) 722-
4478.
* Jump's Tiny Tavern:
Wednesday is Open Mic Jam
Night with Griffin Smith &
Offshore Acoustic. Jon Parrot
will play 5-9 p.m. Thursday.
Jump's is at 201 Taft Ave.,
Cocoa Beach. Call (321) 784-
7893.
* KeyWest Bar: The Spanks
Band will play 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Friday. Red Tide will play 9
p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday.
Thursday is Acoustic Open
Mic Night with Eric Saganov
at 10 p.m. The Key West Bar is
at 2286 Highway A1A, Indian
Harbor Beach. Call (321) 773-
1577.
* Lou's Blues: Switch will
play at 9:30 p.m. Friday and 9
p.m. Saturday. Lou's Blues is
at 3191 N. HighwayA1A,
Indialantic. Call (321) 779-
2299.
* Malabar Mo's Bar & Grill:
Last Chance Band will play 4-
8 p.m. Saturday. Mo's is at
2805 Malabar Road (S.R. 514),
Malabar. Call (321) 725-8374.
* Oh Shucks Seafood Bar:
John Quinlivan and Heart-
breaker will play 7-11 p.m.
Friday and Saturday. Vintage
will play 7-11 p.m. Wednes-
day. Oh Shucks is at 401
Meade Ave., (Cocoa Beach
Pier), Cocoa Beach. Call (321)
783-4050.
* Ozzie's Crabhouse: The
Hit Men will play 6-10 p.m.
Friday. Supercats Lite will
play 6-10 p.m. Saturday. Sybil
Gage will play 5-9 p.m.
Sunday. The Atlantic Bluegass
will play 7-9 p.m. Wednesday.
Ozzie's is at 4391 Dixie
Highway N.E., Palm Bay. Call
(321) 724-0009.
* Paradise Cove: Susan
Rose will play 3-7 p.m.
Monday. Charlie T will play 3-
7 p.m. Wednesday. The
Paradise Cove is at 315W
Cocoa Beach Causeway,
Cocoa Beach. Call (321) 783-
8300.
* Pineda Inn: "The Return
of The Pineda" with The Bill
Sides Show is 6-10 p.m.
Friday. Jack Clutterham will
play 2-6 p.m. Saturday. Joe
Calautti Entertainment will
be 2-6 p.m. Sunday. The
Pineda Inn is at 6355 North
U.S. Highway 1 (U.S. 1 and
Suntree Boulevard), Rock-
ledge/Melbourne. Call (321)
751-5311.
* Pinto's Lounge: Radio
Flyerz will play 9 p.m. to 1
a.m. Friday. The Open Mic
Jam Session will be 7-11 p.m.


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Sunday. Pinto's is at 7555 S.
Highway U.S. 1, Titusville.
Call (321) 269-7665.
* Siggy's All-American Bar:
Dance party with DJ Chris is
at 8 p.m., with a live band at
9:30 p.m. Friday. Dance party
with DJ Scooter is at 8 p.m.
with a live band at 9:30 p.m.
Saturday. Siggy's is at 1153
Malabar Road N.E., Palm Bay.
Call (321) 952-0104.
* Squid Lips: Chester will
play 3-6 p.m. and Absolute
Blue will play 7-11 p.m.
Friday. John Q. and Shelly will
play 2-6 p.m. and The Tree
Frogs will play 7-11 p.m.
Saturday. Johnny Danger will
play 2-7 p.m. Sunday. Squid
Lips is at 1477 Pineapple Ave.,
Melbourne. Call (321) 259-
3101.
* Sunset Caf6: The Ragtime
Rascals will play 1-4 p.m.


Thursday. The Sunset Cafe is
at 500W. Cocoa Beach
Causeway, Cocoa Beach. Call
(321) 783-8485.
* Tropical Inn Resort: "Your
Time To Shine" Karaoke with
Francesca is at 8 p.m. every
Saturday night. The Tropical
Inn is at 4700 Dixie Highway
N.E., Palm Bay. Call (321)
951-0350.
*Vintage 56: Sybil Gage will
play two shows, 6:30 p.m. and
8:30 p.m. Friday. The Tropical
Yuppies will play 6:30-9:30
p.m. Wednesday. Vintage 56 is
at 200 Barton Blvd., Rock-
ledge. Call (321) 639-4048.
*V-Twin Pub and Grill:
Bobby and The Coolers will
play 7-11 p.m. Friday. The
Elgin Hooper Band will play
7-11 p.m. Saturday. Penny
Creek will play 4-8 p.m.
Sunday. Karaoke will be 7-11


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ACROSS
1 Memorable singer
Edith
5 David
Copperfield's forte
10 Equal share for
two
14 Nicene or
Apostles'
19 Gudrun's husband
20 Gem state
21 TV Sheriff Andy
Taylor's son
22 "The Golden
23 Son's painting
26 Degeneres or
Burstyn
27 In a fatal way
28 Of the early
morning
29 Queen of the
whodunits
30 Portend
31 Softened
32 Handle, to Henri
33 Morning drink
36 Actor Roscoe
37 Municipal council
member
41 "East of Eden"
character
42 "Saint of the
Gutters"
46 Ovid's omelet
base
47 Stravinsky's
"Spring" thing
48 Old salt
49 Belfry occupant
50 Wee one
51 Shade of blond
52 Her cupboard was
bare
59 Broadway smash
60 "Don't Drink ,"
Woody Allen play
62 Late
choreographer
Alvin
63 Place for a cheap
meal
65 Additional clause
66 Valuable violin,
informally
67 Relish
68 Alms-seeker
70 Heat source
71 Celestial
sign-oriented
74 MGM's lion
75 John McCormack
song subject
78 Lemon additive
79 U.N. labor org.
80 Man in a shell
81 Unbiased
employer: abbr.
82 Ichabod's
"Headless
horseman"
83 " amies," de
Gaulle speech
opener


Maternal


84 Universal lady
90 Mother Saarinen's
son
91 Supposes
93 Honolulu locale
94 "The end is ":
Matt. 24:6
96 News squib
97 Vestments
98 Singer Vikki
99 Sleeve style
102 Takes a drive
103 Winner of a fabled
race
107 Man from Mars
108 Poem by Mary
Dow Brine
110 Viewpoint
111 The Tentmaker
112 Rich cake
113 Mata, the spy
114 Breathes audibly
115 Taboos
116 Mountain nymph
117 Neighbor of Minn.
DOWN
1 Ratchet bar
2 "Thou the singer:
the song!":
Gilbert


3 Came down
4 Throat threat
5 River sight
6 Mother Astaire's
daughter
7 Mother Cooper's
son
8 Christian symbol
on the cross
9 Travel to and from
work
10 Most recent,
newswise
11 Garden pest
12 Mortgage claim
13 -de-lance
14 Hilllary and Bill's
girl
15 Mother's hair-curler
16 Gardner of the
many cases
17 River to the Fulda
18 Gainsay
24 Western art colony
25 TV Western
29 Odds' partner
31 Skiing champ Phil
32 Prince Valiant's
wife
33 Corday's victim
34 "Lucky" folk
35 Nursery lady


p.m. Tuesday and Thursday.
TheV-Twin is at 4720 Dixie
Highway N.E., Palm Bay. Call
(321) 574-0520.
* Wynfields Sports Bar:
Monday Night Live with DJ
Fred features Songwriter's
Hour (where the audience
writes the songs) and S & M
Karaoke starting at 7 p.m.
Wednesday night is jam night
with the Bone Dogs 8-11 p.m.
Wynfields is at 190 Highway
A1A, just off the Pineda
Causeway in Satellite Beach.
Call (321) 773-8460.
Editor's note: To have your
entertainment listed in the
Club Scene, send your
information to
brevnews@hometownnew-
sOL.com at least a week in
advance of publication or
provide us with a current
website address. Thank you.


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Classified Section
37 "The Sheik of "
38 "Chickens" lady
39 To have, in Le
Havre
40 Smartly dressed
43 Playful river animal
44 Wild goat
45 Abated
52 Formal mother
53 Alamogordo's
county
54 Evaluator
55 Ulysses Grant's
first name
56 Learned Muslim
group
57 "The Cloister and
the Hearth" author
58 "Brides of Reason"
poet Donald
61 Head cover
64 _ tee: exactly
66 Cubic meter
67 More painful
68 Airship
69 Conger-seeker
70 Pahlavi et al.
71 China's En-lai
72 Idolize
73 justt: the
exact word


76 Northwest Coast
pole
77 Whale in the sky
82 Affiances
84 Certain teenage
Ninja turtles
85 Augury
86 Cheering section
87 Big shot
88 "No man is his
valet"
89 Equipped with
breastplate and
lance
92 Tacit
95 takee arms
against .." Shak
97 Type font
98 Rib
99 Grate
100 Nazimova
101 Carlo Menotti
102 NYC museum
103 Whitewall, in
Whitehall
104 " a dream,
dear..."
105 Evening, in Venice
106 Estrada, of "Chips" o
108 Weep audibly
109 June bug


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Honoring the fallen


Andy Stefanek/staff photographer
Patrick AFB Honor Guard members Jesslynn Earle and Daniel Martinez, both of Melbourne, fire three volleys to honor
America's fallen military heroes during the Cocoa Memorial Day tribute at Riverfront Park on Monday.


Romancing OLIVE GARDEN
romancing HOUSE DRESSING
From page B3 (NIB)


THOUSAND ISLAND
DRESSING
regular and low fat
1 cup mayonnaise
(either regular, low fat or
fat free)
3 (or more) tablespoons
chili sauce*
1 chopped hard boiled
egg
1 teaspoon chopped
green pepper
2 teaspoons chopped
pimento olives
1 teaspoon chopped fresh
chives or 1 teaspoon dried
1 teaspoon parsley flakes

*Ketchup maybe substi-
tuted; for that, add 1
tablespoon lemon juice or
white vinegar.
Mix all together, cover
and chill for several hours
before serving. If dressing
is too thick, add a little
water.


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8 ounces Paul Newman's
Vinegar and Oil dressing
1 clove garlic, peeled and
minced
1/2-teaspoon dried basil
1/2-teaspoon dried
oregano
1 tablespoon sugar or
equivalent amount sugar
substitute

Place ingredients into the
bottle of dressing; shake
well. Refrigerate 24 hours
before using.

When a recipe is not in
my cookbook it will have
(NIB) next to the title.
For an autographed
cookbook send $20 ($15-
book, $1-tax, $4 for ship-
ping and handling) For
multiple books sent to one
address it's $4 S&H for 1
book, add $2 postage for
each additional book ($15
plus $2). Send to:Arlene M.
Borg, 265 S.W. Port St. Lucie
Blvd, #149, Port St. Lucie, FL
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order accepted or visit the
Vero Beach Book Center.
Visit my website:
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* Letterheads
* Envelopes
* Business Cards
* Color Copies
* Menus


Scopes
From page B1
balance in life. You are on a
positive roll. Set your heart
on the right course and fol-
low it through to comple-
tion. Life doesn't get much
better than this. You are like
a beacon always searching
for greater ways to love and
serve. Keep it up.

Libra-Sept. 23-Oct. 22
A daily search for wisdom is
one of your greatest
strengths. A continuing
search for life's deeper
meanings drives you in your
quest. New doors of oppor-
tunity are beginning to
open. You are on an
upward spiral. Your health
is good. Your mind is clear
and you are motivated.
Look out world, here I
come.

Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov. 21
What are you waiting for?
Remove any obstacles from
your path and move for-
ward. The living brilliance in
your heart and spirit are
ready to awaken and carry
you to great new heights.
Kindle the flames of your
new interests. Your burning
desires are ready to give
birth and manifest new


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Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21
Your judgment has never
been better. Why? Because
you are listening to and
trusting your instincts. They
always speak the truth. It is
your spirit connection.
Patience is the key along
with trust and faith. Contin-
ue to live in the moment.
The past is the past. I have
so much to look forward to.
Thank you, universe.

Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19
Many important decisions
are looming in the future.
Be very clear and explore
the many possibilities
before settling on the final.
Your happiness hinges on
this. Make decisions based
on what feels right. The
time is right for change.
Immense progress can now
be made. Go for your
dreams. Great happiness is
on the way.

Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18
You are in a happy place.
Make positive choices on
who and what you bring
into your life. Continue to
identify areas that need
attention and take action as
needed. You are amazing
when challenged. You are
on the way to new and
higher places. Your spirit
shines the brightest when
you are helping others real-
ize their dreams.

Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20
You have a strong powerful
mind, but your best results
come when you follow your
heart and instincts. You
were born with wise judg-
ment and a great sense of
fairness. Refuse to let stress
wear you down and burn
you out. Daily take a step
back, along with a deep
breath, get your second
wind, move forward and
win.
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Community notes


West Shore
girls' soccer
co-captain recipient
of scholarship

West Shore girls' soccer
co-captain Haylee Oliva was
presented with the Bright
House Networks David
Logan Scholarship recently.
She is the Central Florida
female recipient for this
prestigious award, the first
Brevard County female to
receive this recognition and
only the second Brevard
County athlete in the history
of the award to be honored
by Bright House Networks
with this scholarship.
The David Logan Scholar-
ship is awarded each year to
four high school seniors
who excel in athletics and
academics.
To be eligible for this
scholarship, an applicant
must:
* Have earned a minimum
grade point average (GPA) of
3.5 on a 4-point scale
* Have participated in ath-
letics
* Have attended high
school within the Bright
House Sports Network view-
ing area
For more information,
(321) 633-1000, Ext. 796 or e-
mail davis.christine@bre-
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Humane society
membership drive
under way

Become a valued member
of the Central Brevard
Humane Society and while
helping the homeless ani-
mals in the community.
You can start your mem-
bership for as little as $15 for
an individual or $25 for a
family membership.
There are also gold, plat-
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bership opportunities avail-
able.
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will be good for one full year
and starts the day you sign
up.
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used to care for the animals
at the Shelter.
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will receive offers on addi-
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the year at the Central Bre-
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ter and "Low-Cost"
Spay/Neuter & Wellness
Clinic and at any of their
four Molly Mutt Thrifts
Shops.
Membership cards can be
purchased (tax-free) at the
Central Brevard Humane
Society's Shelter, their "Low
Cost" Spay/Neuter & Well-
ness Clinic (both located in
Cocoa), and any of the four
Molly Mutt Thrift Shops
(located in Merritt Island,
Melbourne, Palm Bay and
Rockledge).
For more information,
contact the Central Brevard
Humane Society at (321)
636-3343 or visit www.crit-
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Five Panthers selected
All-Sunshine State
Conference

Fresh off a fifth consecu-
tive 30-plus win season,
Florida Tech placed five
ballplayers on the All-Sun-
shine State Conference
Team recently.
Garnering first-team
recognition were Jonathan
Cornelius and Ryan McCh-
esney.
K.C. Clabough, Chris Fox
and Randall Thompson
picked up second-team
honors.
Voting for the All-SSC
Team was conducted by the
league's head coaches and
sports information direc-
tors.
Cornelius, a graduate stu-


dent from Land O'Lakes,
closed out his collegiate
career as the program's
career (356) and single-sea-
son (129) strikeouts record
holder. He also shattered the
school's previous career
complete-games mark,
which now stands at 12. He
ended the season with an 8-
1 record, one save, a 2.39
ERA and an NCAA Division
II-best 129 strikeouts.
McChesney saw action
behind the plate and at first
base for head coach Greg
Berkemeier. In his third sea-
son, he batted .351 with 67
hits, including 20 doubles,
two triples and four home
runs. He registered 46 RBIs
and scored 27 times, while
posting a .993 fielding per-
centage.
Clabough made quite an
impact in his first year in a
Panther uniform. At second
base and shortstop, he
flashed his glove, making a
number of eye-opening
plays. In the batter's box, the
junior led the SSC with a
.405 batting average and 26
stolen bases, while finishing
second with 75 hits.
A senior from Nassau,
Bahamas, Fox held down the
leadoff and center field
spots in the Panthers' line-
up. He concluded the sea-
son batting over .300 with 50
hits, 34 runs scored, a team-
high 24 walks and 18 stolen
bases. In the outfield, he
made 81 putouts and one
assist to go with only one
error.
Thompson provided sta-
bility as one of the team's
three starters. The Orlando
product tied Cornelius's
eight wins, going 8-6 overall
with a 3.22 ERA. In 89 1/3


innings, he struck out 78
and walked a mere eight
batters. He established a
new school record for sin-
gle-season complete games
with nine.
For more information, call
(321) 674-8250 or visit
www.floridatechsports.com.

Space Coast Feline
Network honors
'Feral Cat Supporter
of the Year'

The Space Coast Feline
Network has announced the
selection of Ralph Lombard
of Last Chance Sanctuary as
"Feral Cat Supporter of the
Year."
Mr. Lombard has been
trapping, neutering and
releasing cats for a number
of years in Brevard County
and even does so when he
goes on out-of-state busi-
ness trips.
He heads The Last
Chance Sanctuary
(www. thelastchancesanctu-
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Florida corporation whose
primary goal is to provide a
safe haven for feral cats of
southern Brevard County
that are endangered or have
lost their colony.
Its secondary goal is to
foster and find homes for
socialized, homeless cats.
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visit www.scfntnr.org or call
(321) 631-SPAY (631-7729).

FIT's Cornelius named
an all-star by College
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Cornelius' mounted an 8-
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He fired five complete
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GPS could improve your game


Most new cars have it.
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The "it" to which I am
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For the recreational golfer,
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I few months ago, I put the
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My shock- and water-
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One huge advantage of
GPS over laser, is the ability to
know the distance to objects
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If you want to cut a corner
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GolfBfuddy is the distance
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how far you hit your driver.
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MELBOURNE - 4br/2ba/
1 car garage, computer
room, screened porch,
$725/mo. 321-259-2034
TELL'EM YOU SAW
THEIR AD IN THE
HOMETOWN NEWS!


PALM BAY SE, 4/2/2
POOL, Spacious, fenced
yard, close to 195 & BCC,
Newly remodeled. $1100/
mo. Call 609-443-5433
VERO BEACH 3/3/2
+den, Castaway Cove,
walk to beach, pool, spa,
fireplace, immaculate.
786-210-3563



PALM BAY NE 1bdrm/
1 bath townhome,garage
avail., washer/dryer, like
new, pets ok, Avail June.
$499mo. 321-544-3030
See photos online www.
HometownNewsClassifie
ds.com ad# 59475


TRANSPORTATION


GREAT Buy!
JAGUAR 1987 XJ6 Last
year of the great body
style. 69K original miles.
Car has not been driven
for 2 years. Not running.
Nice condition. $2900
772-882-8155 PSL see
photo online at wwwho-
metownnewsol. com ad #
42317




Ford Mustang Cobra
1997, 62k miles, custom
wheels, NEW A/C, adult
owned, good condition
$7,000. 321-302-9910




TOYOTA COROLLA CE
2008, 10,200 miles 60/40
split rear seat, power
windows & door locks,
recently serviced, original
window sticker available,
Priced to sell at $12,995
Call Steve 321-508-2824



BLOWN HEAD GAS-
KET? Any vehicle repair
yourself. State of the art
2-Component chemical
process. Specializing in
Cadillac Northstar Over-
heating. 100 % guaran-
teed. Call Now:
1 -866-780-9039
www.RXHPcom



CARS/TRUCKS Want-
ed! Top $$$ PAID! Run-
ning or Not, All Years,
Makes, Models. Free
Towing! We're Local! 7
Days/Week. Call Toll
Free: 1-888-779-6495


CASH FOR CARS: All
Cars / Trucks Wanted.
Running or Not! Top Dol-
lar Paid. We Come To
You! Any Make / Model.
Call for Instant Offer
1-800-871-9638
DONATE A CAR- Free
Next Day Pick-Up - Help
Disabled Kids. Best Tax
Deduction. Receive 3
Free Vacation Certifi-
cates. Call Special Kids
Fund 7 days/ week
1-866-448-3865
DONATE A CAR- Help
Disabled Kids. Free Next
Day Pick-Up - Receive 3
Free Vacation Certifi-
cates. Tax Deductible.
Call Special Kids Fund 7
days/week 1-866-448-
3865
DONATE VEHICLE Re-
ceive $1000 Grocery
Coupon NOAH'S ARC
Support No Kill Shelters,
Research to Advance
Veterinary Treatments
Free Towing, Tax Deduc-
tible, Non-Runners Ac-
cepted 1-866-912-GIVE
(4483)
DONATE YOUR CAR,
Truck or Boat to Heritage
For The Blind. Free 3 Day
Vacation, Tax Deductible,
Free Towing, All Paper-
work Taken Care Of.
888-707-9787
DONATE YOUR CAR.
FREE TOWING. "Cars
for Kids". Any Condition.
Tax Deductible
outreachcenter.com,
1-800-597-9411
DONATE YOUR CAR...
To The Cancer Fund of
America. Help Those
Suffering With Cancer
Today. Free Towing and
Tax deductible. 1-800-
835-9372 www.cfoa.org
DONATE YOUR Vehicle
Receive Free Vacation
Voucher United Breast
Cancer Foundation Free
Mammograms, Breast
Cancer Info www.ubcf
.info Free Towing, Fast,
Non-Runners Accepted,
24/7 (888)468-5964.


TOP CASH FOR CARS,
Any Car/Truck, Running
or Not. Call for INSTANT
offer: 1-800-454-6951
TOP CASH FOR CARS,
Call Now For An Instant
Offer. Top Dollar Paid,
Any Car/Truck, Any Con-
dition. Running or Not.
Free Pick-up / Tow.
1-800-761-9396


HARLEY DAVIDSON
1994 Soft Tail Custom
candy color red, 1340 cc
engine, tires excellent
28K miles, pristine
condition, clear title.
Book value $9,000
asking $8,500. obo
321-242-7194
HARLEY DAVIDSON
FXRS '90 1340cc big twin
evolution engine, garage
kept, gd maint., looks &
runs great! 55k mls,bags,
windshield, xtra chrome.
$6000obo. 321-626-2277
HARLEY SPORTSTER
2009 custom, 1200 cc,
Low Miles, Over $1000 in
Extras, Asking $7,800
321-501-3371
WANTED Japanese Mo-
torcycles Kawasaki,1970-
1980, Z1-900, KZ900,
KZ1000, H2-750, H1-
500, S1-250, S2-250,
S2-350, S3-400. CASH.
1 -800-77 2- 1 1 42 .
1 -310-721-0726
usa@classicrunners.com




18' A-LINER Expedition
Pop-up camper- Hard
sides, heavy duty fram,
a/c, microwave, stove,
fridge, cable ready,
$8500. 321-607-2999
FIND IT
BUY IT
SELL IT!
CLASSIFIED
321-242-0442


CAMPING MEMBER-
SHIP LIFETIME!
Camp Coast to Coast
USA/Canada/Florida. $10
per night (full hook-up)
Year Round. Paid $1595,
MUST SELL $595.
614-761-9257






MOTORHOMES
and
TRAVEL TRAILERS
-----------%!!--------
Paying S
$$ CASH $$SS
Inllnlerialely
For delails call
386-677-5588

RV AWNING REPAIR
& SOLAR SCREEN
INSTALLATION.
Mobile service. Honest,
reliable. Buy- Sell- Trade.
Joe & Patti 321-255-2920

RV'S NEEDED!
Buy, Consign or Trade.
Giant Recreation World.
888-863-8503 Don x150



CHEVY BLAZER- 2000
157K miles, loaded, cold
a/c, runs great, good
condition, $4200. OBO
321-536-4528



DODGE RAM 3500 SLT
Quad Cab dually '06
cummins diesel, 6 spd
manual trans. power
everything, alarm, cruise
control premium sound
tint, tow pkg, CD, 194k
miles Red, $16,500
321-631-6353/960-7482


MELBOURNE 2BR/1BA
remodeled kitchen,
porches, central AC, w/d
hookup, close to schools,
shopping, No pets,
$650/mo+ $300 security.
321-259-3359
MELBOURNE- Down-
town, 2BR/1BA, tile
floors, walk to recreation
& pool area, $495/mo.
incl. water. 305-338-0746
\ . I


MELBOURNE-nice duplx
1/1 w/d, $475. 2/1 $650,
incls water & trash. Fresh
paint, new carpet, loc. on
quiet st., yard & deck. Pet
ok. Call 321-693-2784


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BM^^LE~on


COCOA - All Ages MH
Park, Quick ownership,
rent to own. 2bdrm $495/
mo. 3Bdrm $525/mo.
Call 321-639-0370
LIVEWATERFRONT
ON BANANA RIVER!
55+ quiet park; Older but
nice, 2br/1ba rent or own.
Special, large 1BR, New
Central Air & floors dish-
washer, micro. $450/mo
Merritt Island Village
321-452-4684
See photos online www.
HometownNewsClassifie
ds.com AD#55978


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PALM BAY - Colony
Club, 2BR/2BA, Lrg Fla
room, w/d, fenced back
yard. $600/mo. Option to
purchase. 718-666-0792
PALM BAY - Holiday
Park 55+. 2/2 Fully Fur-
nished Pool, Clubhouse
etc. Nice treed lot. $625/
month. Owner/Lic. RE
Broker 321-727-9000
Titusville -
MOBILE HOME LOT
FREE Rent for 3mnths!!
Corner lot, $285/mo. incl
water/sewer/mowing. Al-
so, MH's for sale. Call
Cherrydon 55+ Park, 9-5
321-591-9080
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ADVERTISERS


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american-paradise.com
SUPPORT OUR
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BRING THE FAMILY!
Warm up with our Sizzling
Summer Specials at Flori-
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Smyrna Beach. See it at
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NORTH CAROLINA
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Beat the heat & head to
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1-800-723-7341
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