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The last dance


Seniors discover Sica Hall closing
while attending events; commission
receives petition to keep it it open


BY BETHANY CHAMBERS
Staff writer

HOLLY HILL Vince
Catalano removed his plaid
ivy cap before slowly making
his way to the podium to
address the Holly Hill City
Commission last week Signs
of respect like these may be
lost on younger generations,
but at "80-and-a-half" years
old, Mr. Catalano was "not at
the meeting to disrespect
anyone."
Mr. Catalano, presenting


the commission with a peti-
tion signed by 48 members
of his beloved Sica Hall Com-
munity Center, wanted to tell
the commission one thing:
"Just don't forget us."
News that the senior cen-
ter would be a victim of Holly
Hill's proposed city budget
cuts began to spread this
summer, but did not trickle
down to the center's 160
members until last week.
As soon as the Council on
Aging of Volusia County and
the city of Holly Hill realized
they could not reach an


agreement to fund the cen-
ter, the COA sent letters to
members.
Center director Colleen
Capparelli learned she would
be laid off, and was charged
with one last undesirable
task: Inform members at
center events, she said.
"They were absolutely sad-
dened," Ms. Capparelli said.
"It's unbelievable. It gave
them a reason to get out of
bed in the morning."
The center is slated to con-
tinue operations as normal
until a total shut-down Sept.
28, when memberships will
be transferred to the COAs
locations in New Smyrna

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This Week


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Bethune-Cookman University running back Justin Brannon steps through the Jacksonville Uni-
versity Dolphins' defense during a game last Saturday at the Municipal Stadium in Daytona
Beach. The Wildcats clawed the Dolphins 31-17.


HIGH SCHOOL
FOOTBALL
Undefeated area teams
head into week two
of high school
football action


News
and
views

WESH-TV's
Claire Metz
reports on
happenings
throughout
Volusia County


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Else Diaz of Daytona Beach Shores receives some CPR
instruction from center director Colleen Capparelli during
a CPR class at the Sica Hall Community Center in Holly
Hill. Seniors who recently learned the center will close
Sept. 28 due to budget cuts are petitioning the Holly Hill
City Commission to keep it open.


Blood needed in

Volusia County

Blood, bone marrow drive
on Sept. 11 to answer the call
BY TAYLOR MOORE
Staff writer
VOLUSIA COUNTY With only a two-day
supply of blood on hand, Florida Blood Centers
need as many blood donations as possible to
keep this resource, and the people who receive
it, alive.
Michael Main, spokesman for Florida's Blood
Centers, said blood donations are used to serve
accident victims, surgery patients and cancer
sufferers in Volusia and Flagler county hospi-
tals.
To help keep the center's life-giving supply
flowing, Daytona International Speedway is
hosting the second annual NASCAR Founda-
tion Blood and Marrow Drive on Tuesday, Sept.
11 at the speedway.
Mr. Main encourages eligible donors in the
community to participate.
Approximately 60 percent of people are eligi-
ble to donate blood, yet only about 5 percent
actually do, he said.
He is hoping for an even better turnout than
) See BLOOD, A3


Commissioners must approve
plans before construction can start


Claire Metz


A7


BY BETHANY CHAMBERS
Staff writer
DAYTONA BEACH The
City Commission will
review two major develop-
ment plans for the Interna-
tional Speedway Boulevard
corridor this month.
Daytona Live!, a combi-
nation of entertainment,
commercial and residential
interests, would replace the
existing Speedplex Office
Park at 1800 International


Speedway Blvd.
Just a couple miles down
the street, Midtown Plaza
would update and rename
the current Daytona Mall at
the Nova Road intersection.
.The city Planning Board
unanimously supported the
plans, but they need to be
approved by the City Com-
mission before construction
can begin. Commissioner
Cassandra Reynolds already
supports both projects.
"I think they complement


each other well," she said.
"Coming into the main cor-
ridor of the city... traffic will
flow down to the beach,
making stops along the
way."
Commissioner Reynolds
said she has tried to attract
developers to the Daytona
Mall location for the past
four years, but only recently
caught the eye of Boca
Raton-based Retail Reality
Associates owner Roger
LeBlanc.
Midtown Redevelopment
Board vice chairman
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Currently, the Speedplex office park is largely vacant and
overgrown. But by next year, construction could begin on
the 'Daytona Live!' project, which would put entertain-
ment venues, office space and residences at the 71-acre
location.


Where
will you
be on
Sept. 11?

Several


Summer or fall, beware of heat exhaustion


Stephanie Dixon


events
throughout
the area
will honor the day


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Index

Business A10
Calendar Bl
Classified B8
Community Notes.............. All
Crossword B7
Dining & Entertainment .... Bl
Dining Guide .................... B2
Horoscopes B1
Sports B4
Police Report ............... ..... A5
Religion All
Viewpoint A6
Week in Review ................ A3


Children are more
susceptible to heat
than adults,
experts say

BY JEANNINE GAGE
Staff writer
VOLUSIA COUNTY In
most parts of the country, a
change in seasons brings a
change in weather. Around
here? Unless you're looking at a
calendar, it's hard to tell when
summer ends and fall begins.
But whether it feels like it or
not, it is fall. And fall brings fall
activities namely football,
cross country and other school
sports. Full pads, helmets, four-
mile runs and high tempera-
tures can put young people in
dariger of suffering heat-related
illnesses.
"Kids will decompensate
(succumb to the heat) faster


than adults," said EVAC
spokesman Mark O'Keefe.
"They have to be monitored
very carefully."
Mr. O'Keefe said EVAC, which
provides emergency medical
transportation services forVolu-
sia County, had 120 calls for
"environmental emergencies"
or heat-related conditions in
July and August this year. Dur-
ing the same period last year,
there were 105 calls.
"That's a significant increase,"
Mr. O'Keefe said. "We attribute
that to the high heat index and
lack of rain."
While none of the calls
seemed to be for student ath-
letes, all of them stem from out-
door activities including gar-
dening, construction work and,
of course, athletics.
John Dobson, a University of
Florida health and human per-
formance professor, said young
people are more susceptible to
the heat than adults.
"At a prepubescent age,


they're not as tolerant," he said.
"Also, anyone who is not very fit
is in more danger. And sunburn
really makes you more suscepti-
ble."
Mr. Dobson said coaches and
trainers should take all of the
risk factors into consideration
when planning practices and
games.
At Mainland High School,
head football coach John
Maronto specifically designs
team practices around the heat.
He runs the players in the early
mornings and uses interval
training, which mixes periods of
short and long runs and rest
periods.
"We've been doing this for 25
years," Mr. Maronto said. "It
works; I don't know why the col-
leges and pros don't do it."
At Mr. Maronto's practices,
players run sprints, but of dif-
ferent lengths and at different
speeds according to their ath-
) See HEAT, A10


Beverly Alvarez-Daly/staff photographer
Seventeen-year-old Tatiana Betancourt of
Daytona Beach stays hydrated and cool dur-
ing cross country practice last week at Main-
land High School.


Support for Midtown Plaza,

Daytona Live! developments grows


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Consultants present Holly Hill's


redevelopment master plan


Residents worry
about future of
Hollyland Park
BY BETHANY CHAMBERS
Staff writer
HOLLY HILL Joe Legary
stood before the Community
Redevelopment Agency last
week in flip-flops and crum-
pled khaki shorts, but the
topic he addressed was no
casual matter.
Mr. Legary was one of four
citizens who told the agency
- all members of the City
Commission that the
redevelopment master plan
HHI consultants laid forth
was unacceptable.
"I don't see anything (in
the plan) to improve the lot
of the average citizen," said
Mr. Legary, a 20-year resi-
dent. "What you want is to


overprice what we have here
so a better class of people
can move in."
Commissioner Mark Reed
agreed with Mr. Legary.
"We have not gotten
answers to real problems,"
Mr. Reed said. "We have not
answered the quality of life
issues."
But any action is good
action, Commissioner Gilles
Blais countered.
"You've got to start with
something," he said. "Start
with the throughways ... [to]
let people see it's not the little
town it used to be, not
Podunk USA. Start -some-
where and run like hell with
it."
Commissioner Reed
addressed concerns with the
low response rate the Orlan-
do-based planning group
received in its June and July
public workshops.
HHI received 42 complet-


'You've got to start with something. Start
with the throughways ... let people see it's
not the little town it used to be, not Podunk
USA."

City Commissioner Gilles Blais


ed surveys representing less
than 1 percent of Holly Hill's
population, listed at 12,000
in the 2000 census.
Although the study was
not "statistically significant,"
HHI president Ginger Cor-
less said, the ideas generated
supported all elements of the
master plan that was pre-
sented.
Alex Law, the HHI repre-
sentative who addressed the
agency, billed the "modified
new urbanism" plan as busi-
ness-friendly and environ-
ment-conscious.
Mr. Law suggested the city
create "heritage" and holly-
themed monuments at the
entrances on Ridgewood
Avenue and LPGA Boulevard,
build a greenway attaching
all city parks and rezone Hol-
lyland Park for mixed usage.


As the "catalyst" of the
city's revitalization, Mr. Law
said, Hollyland could add
picnic venues, a botanical
garden and a sunken
amphitheater to existing
green space.
Eventually, the area would
be surrounded by commer-
cial and residential proper-
ties with additional parking.
The area would be known as
Town Center.
But Commissioner Blais
said the Town Center project
could be complicated by the
need to move ball fields to
the county-owned middle
school property. Also, resi-
dents whose property abuts
the park "don't want to talk
about eminent domain," he
said.


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Randy Barber/staff photographer
Chairman of the board Lonnie Brown holds a check for
$80,000 from The Blue Foundation for a Healthy Florida
to support the Easter Seals of Volusia and Flagler Coun-
ties. Amanda Nero expresses gratitude, as the grant will
launch the Autism Center of Excellence and allow Easter
Seals to treat children like her autistic son, Christian.



Music to their ears

Festival gets funding

to bring back orchestra


BY BETHANY CHAMBERS
Staff writer
VOLUSIA COUNTY -
Amidst statewide budget
cuts, the Volusia County
Council opted last week to
approve a matching grant
worth $500,000 payable to
the Florida International Fes-
tival over the next two years.
As such, the Florida Inter-
national Festival soon to
be rebranded as the Daytona
Beach International Festival
- will be able to continue
hosting the London Sympho-
ny Orchestra every other
year. The LSO has been a fre-
quent guest of the area since
1986.
With the matching contri-
bution, the festival's $500,000
loan from the city of Daytona


Beach will now become a
grant, a gift that does not
require repayment.
The money became neces-
sary when the festival lost its
annual $1.5 million donation
from the Daytona Beach
News-Journal. A court order
resulting from co-owner Cox
Enterprise's concern about
the spending of shareholder
money currently prevents
the paper from donating.
The Florida International
Festival had already raised
$200,000 from "loyal and
faithful corporate and indi-
vidual supporters" and
$300,000 from the Daytona
Beach racing and recreation
facilities district, general
manager Eric Lariviere said.


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New Catholic
high school
on schedule
BY JEANNE WILLARD
Staff writer
VOLUSIA COUNTY An
enthusiastic Green Wave will
roll over a new high school
campus in the fall of 2008 if all
goes as planned with a $28
million construction project.
Father Lopez Catholic High
School, home of the Green
Waves, is building a replace-
ment for the only Catholic
high school in Volusia and
Flagler counties.
School representatives who
toured the construction site
last week were pleased with
the progress.
"I can't believe how quickly
this is happening," said
George Pressey, principal.
Bob Jess, project manager
for the general contractor, the
Williams Company, said the
building foundations are in
and exterior walls are starting
to take shape, with an expect-
ed completion date by July
31.
"We're a little bit ahead, of
schedule," he said.
The new campus, built to
accommodate 500 students,
will replace the existing
school located at Nova Road
and Madison Avenue. Wal-


Beverly Alvarez-Daly/staff photographer
Project manager Bob Jess gives principal George Pressey and school representatives a
tour of the future home of Father Lopez Catholic High School. The $28 million school
campus is scheduled to open next fall.


Mart plans to purchase the
old site to build a super-cen-
ter store, officials said.
The estimated $28 million
price tag includes architect
fees and construction and
land costs, said School Presi-
dent Father Tim Daly.
The Diocese of Orlando
kicked off a fundraising cam-
paign in August 2005, raising
$18.8 million to date, he said.
The campus will cover 40 of
98 acres at 3918 LPGA Blvd.,


with the balance set aside for
a nature preserve which the
school plans to incorporate
into the science curriculum.
The new site better serves
students by providing a more
centralized location, said
Father Daly. The existing
school, built in 1959, draws
students from Volusia, Semi-
nole, Brevard and Flagler
counties.
This will be a "technologi-
cally sound school for the


21st century," Father Daly
said.
The campus will include 17
classrooms, four science labs,
three computer labs, aTVand
a movie production studio, a
double gym, a weight room
and athletic fields.
The multi-purpose center
will serve as a cafeteria and
performing arts area.
The focal point of the cam-


) See LOPEZ, A4


Blood
From page A1


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Florida Blood Center director Michael Main of Daytona
Beach hands blood donor Alexandra Sirotovich of Palmi
Coast a cup of juice at a blood drive earlier this year. The
NASCAR Foundation will host its second annual blood and
marrow drive from noon to 6 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 11, a
the Broadway Club at Daytona International Speedway.


last year's blood drive.
"I just want to encourage
everyone, especially those
who have never donated
before, to come out," Mr.
Main said.
Blood is not the only
donation,,that tlie event is
seeking." "The foundation
also seeks people to register
as bone marrow donors at
' the drive. Bone: marrow
donations largely go to
patients suffering from can-
cers such as leukemia.
Organizers of the
NASCAR Foundation Blood
r and Marrow Drive urge
people with all blood types
to com"uurt-and donate .
Blood donation, is safe
and painless, blood center
orfficialc"a Blood do'o5-rs
t must be in good health, 16
years of age or older (16 and


17 with parental permis-
sion) and weigh a mini-
mum of 102 pounds.
The event will be from
noon to 6 p.m. at the Broad-
way Club at the Speedway,
located in the infield near
Lake Lloyd.
To make it worth their
while to donate, all blood
donors will receive free
admission to the Daytona
500 Qualifying on Feb. 10
with a VIP Infield Tour, and
bags jammed with motor-
sports memorabilia and
coupons for various local
restaurants and amuse-
ment parks.
Lunch will be provided by'
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September 11 at Daytona International


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WEEK IN

REVIEW


City, county give away weather radios
City, state and county officials met last week to announce
plans to help residents hurt by last year's tornadoes and
plans to prevent future destruction.
County Council Chairman Frank Bruno presented 150
$15-weather radios to Daytona Beach Mayor Glenn Ritchey.
The radios were to be distributed at the 4:30 p.m. start of the
Sept. 5 city commission meeting. Chairman Bruno said the
radios are as important as a smoke detector in saving lives.
Also at the Aug. 31 conference, Amy Bradberry, director of
the newly renamed Florida Disaster Recovery Fund, pre-
sented a $96,000 check to Volusia Interfaith Agencies Net-
working in Disaster president Dave Troxler. The money will
be distributed to 24 homeowners in Daytona, DeLand and
New Smyrna Beach who lost property in the Dec. 25 and
Feb. 2 tornadoes, Mr. Troxler said.

Man steals tbuck, halts rush-hour traffic
Rush-hour traffic at Nova Road and International Speed-
way Boulevard came to a standstill last week as a Holly Hill
man crushed through at least five cars in a stolen truck,
according to Fire Department officials.
Jeffrey Uptagrafft, 37, took a truckAug. 29 from a Hess sta-
tion on Ridgewood Avenue and used it to strike several cars
and road signs before spinning out of control, the police
report stated.
Mr. Uptagrafft attempted to walk away from the stolen
truck, but he was detained by bystanders until the Daytona
Beach police arrived, according to the police report.
At least five people were taken to the Halifax Medical Cen-
ter emergency room with non-life threatening injuries; two
of them had been cut from their cars bythe Jaws of Life.
Mr. Uptagrafft was cited for driving with a suspended
license and for a red light violation. He was also charged
with grand theft auto, six counts of aggravated battery and
reckless driving.

Greyhound Protection League implores state to
prevent more deaths
The Greyhound Protection League asked the state last
week to ensure that dogs at the Daytona Beach Kennel Club
were receiving appropriate care.
In a letter addressed to the state's division of pari-mutuel
wageringAug. 29, GPL president Susan Netboy said she had
reason to believe that heat exhaustion caused the death of
three greyhounds found at the kennel Aug. 22.
County spokesman Dave Byron said the county had
received partial results of a necropsy, but that full results
would not be available for a couple of weeks.
Also, Ms. Netboy countered claims that the cocaine found
in other dogs' systems was not a performance-enhancing
drug. The drug is a specifically prohibited stimulant in other
states, Ms. Netboy said in a phone interview last week, and
even if it doesn't increase the chance of winning, persons
using cocaine should not be caring for animals.

Holly Hill City Commission meeting date changed
The next Holly Hill City Commission meeting will be held
at 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 10 in city hall's commission cham-
bers.
The change was due to'iacheduling conflict on Sept 11
with the Volusia County School Board meeting.
The City Commission will inyite public comment on the
proposed 2007-08 budget and property tax rate at the meet-
ing, said city clerkValerie Manning.
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CRA meeting scheduled


AMVETS: Let freedom ring


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

The third public meeting
for the development of a
Holly Hill Community
Redevelopment Area Mas-
ter Plan will be held Thurs-


day, Sept. 13, in Sica Hall,
1065 Daytona Ave.
There will be two ses-
sions: one from 2 to 4 p.m.
and another from 6 to 8
p.m.
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Area residents
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9/11 march
BY JEANNE WILLARD
Staff writer

VOLUSIA COUNTY It's
one of those days where you
know exactly what you were
doing when it happened.
Roger Norman was at the
Port Orange driving range
the morning of Sept. 11,
2001 when someone called
him inside to watch tele-
vised reports of a horrific
event.
"I couldn't believe what I
was looking at," the South
Daytona resident said as he
watched the first World
Trade Center tower burn-
ing. It took a while to coax
his fellow players inside,
they didn't believe him at
first, he said.
Mr. Norman's wife, Libby,
said she was worried that
the whole country was
under a full-blown attack.
Ultimately, nearly 3,000
people would lose their
lives in a series of terrorist
attacks that today remain
indelibly etched in the
minds of millions of Ameri-
cans.
Still, families who lost
loved ones in the tragedy
worry that people will for-
get, said Allison Barber, the
Pentagon's deputy assistant
secretary of defense for
public affairs. .
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Rebecca Hudson (left) and Pamela D. Curran sit near a
monument honoring victims of the Sept. 11 terrorist
attacks. The monument, at Hospice of Volusia/Flagler in
Port Orange, contains a beam from the World Trade Cen-
ter twin towers.


and celebrate their lives, the
Port Orange AMVETS and
the city of Port Orange are
sponsoring the first "Ameri-
ca Supports Your Freedom
Walk," Sept. 9.
Residents from through-


out Volusia County are
invited to join in the march
commemorating Sept. 11
and honoring those who
died in airplane attacks in
I See FREEDOM, A8


Lopez
From page A3


pus will be a Spanish-style
chapel modeled after Our
Lady of La Leche Chapel in St.
Augustine, Father Daly said.
In 1565, Father Lopez's
namesake, Father Lopez de
Mendoza Grajales, was the
first Catholic priest to cele-
brate mass in what is now
known as the United
States. Mass was celebrat-
ed on the site of America's
oldest city, St. Augustine.
The school "will contin-
ue the Catholic presence in
our community as well as
provide an accredited pri-


vate school for the com-
munity," Father Daly said.
The college preparatory
school is accredited by the
Southern Association of
Colleges and Schools and
boasts a 100-percent col-
lege acceptance rate by
graduating seniors.
Students do not have to
be Catholic to attend; how-
ever approximately 80 per-
cent of the student body is
Catholic, he said.
School Board president
Lori Tolland said the proj-
ect has energized students,


parents and staff alike.
"Everything is exciting
this year," she said. "A new
school, a new principal
and new teachers."
Mr. Pressey, who recently
became principal, will be
in a unique position to
oversee the last class
(2008) to graduate from the
old campus and lead the
transition to the new site.
"A new building is
important," Mr. Pressey
said, "but what's more
important is what happens
inside."


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Out of the woods, at least for the next two
years, the festival will need to become self-
sufficient by the end of 2009. The festival's
representatives have assured they will not ask
for grants again, County Councilman Art
Giles said.
Councilman Giles. whose district covers the
festival's Daytona Beach home, said -he
believes the festival can succeed independ-
ently in the future.
"With (festival chairman) Hyatt Brown's
leadership and past business successes, he
has suggested this is going to be run like a
business," Mr. Giles said of the Brown &
Brown CEO.
"If they don't stand on their own two feet,
they won't be getting money from us or any-
body else," he added.
Councilman Giles had originally planned to
vote against the grant in order to be fair to the
29 other county cultural events that stand to
lose 3 percent of their funding in the pro-
posed 2007-08 budget.
He was convinced otherwise when he
heard that the festival would "never have the
opportunity to get (the LSO) back" if they lost
the funding.,
"That's a big difference," he said.
Councilman Giles and Mr. Lariviere were
both impressed by county manager James
Dinneen's "creative" proposal to draw the
grant money from the county's Coca-Cola


sponsorship. Coca-Cola pays the county for
the right to market its products on county
land.
This is still just "confiscated money," said
Daytona Beach resident Corinne Delaney. '
"Where do you think that money comes
from?" she asked. "It's still money that
belongs to the residents."
Ms. Delaney was one of the residents wl~o
spoke at the Aug. 23 meeting and pledged
their allegiance to the Daytona Beach Sym-
phony Society. The DBSS also brings in
national and international acts but at no cost
to the taxpayers, Ms. Delaney said.
Also, the LSO does not give as much back to
the taxpayers, Ms. Delaney added.
"The LSO has limited their performances to
certain groups," she said. "They have never
once ... given one to the black community I
consider this an egregious act on their part.'"
However, Mr. Lariviere said the impact pf
the Florida International Festival cannot be
diminished.
"We provided 146 different programs and
acts last season with an economic impact of
$12 million," he said. "The day that the sym-
phony disappears, you'd see a lot of smaller
organizations disappear. We are only to the
benefit of any other musical or arts organiza-
tion, and they're a benefit to us."

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POLICE REPORT


Editor's note: This is a
list of arrests, not convic-
tions, and all arrestees are
presumed innocent unless
proven guilty in a court of
law.,

'Holly Hill
Police Department

*Alisha Gayle Tebbe, 29, of
111 Harter Drive, Holly Hill,
was charged Aug. 24 with vio-
lation of probation for peo es-
sion of a controlled substance
- cocaine. Bail was set at
$1,500. ,
*Jopathan Edward Wood-
cock,25, a transient of Holly
Hill,':as charged Aug. 25 with
grand' theft. Bail was set at
$2,500.

Daytona Beach
Police Department

*Joshua K. Clinton, 27, of
127 Atares Ave., Daytona
Beach, was charged Aug. 24
with violation of probation for
possession of cannabis and
violation of probation for pos-
session of a schedule II con-
trolled substance. No bail was
set
*Wayne Larae Wiley, 35, of
Walnut Street in Daytona
Beach, was charged Aug. 24
with failure to appear for driv-
ing with a suspended license
and reckless driving. No bail
was set.
*Anton Alphonso Smith, 40,
of 430 Ellsworth St., Daytona


Beach, was charged Aug. 24
with aggravated battery Bail
was set at $3,000.
*Earl Jack Richie, 63, of 131
Loomis Ave., Daytona Beach,
was charged Aug. 24 with pos-
session of cocaine. Bail was set
at $1,500.
*Alnisha Hawkins, 25, of 424
Poinsetta Road, Daytona
Beach, was charged Aug. 25
with violation of probation for
principal sale and distribution
of cocaine. No bail was set.
*Agar Rouque Garcia, 38, of
418 Roger Place, Daytona
Beach, was charged Aug. 25
with unlawful possession of a
controlled substance -
cocaine. Bail was set at $2,000.
*Karon Lyshaun Watson, 19,
of 818 Lewis Drive, Daytona
Beach, was charged Aug. 25
with shooting an occupied
vehicle. Bail was set at
$10,000.
*CoryNikel Bums, 26, of 540
George St., Daytona Beach,
was charged Aug. 25 with pos-
session of cocaine with intent
to distribute within 1,000 feet
of a church. No bail was set.
*Michael Joseph Swiklinski,
36, of 148 S. Oleander Ave.,
Daytona Beach, was charged
Aug. 25 with false imprison-
ment. No bail was set.
*Lloyd C. Simone, 58, of
2417 N. Oleander Ave., Day-
tona Beach, was charged Aug.
25 with pre-trial services
(revised), possession of
cocaine and failure to appear
for possession of cocaine. Bail
was set at $1,500.
*Seziel Leshawn Moore, 29,


of 848 Berkshire Road, Day-
tona Beach, was charged Aug.
25 with tampering with evi-
dence. Bail was set at $2,500.
*Corris Antoinne Lewis, 19,
of 401 N. Grandview Ave.,
Apartment A, Daytona Beach,
was charged Aug. 25 with
aggravated assault. Bail was
set at $5,000.
*Roderick Fernando Willis,
18, of 609 Cassin St., Daytona
Beach, was charged Aug. 25
with grand theft and posses-
sion of cocaine. Bail was set at
$3,500.
*Sammie Lee Butts, 25, of
116 S. Coates St., Apartment 8,
Daytona Beach, was charged
Aug. 25 with unlawful posses-
sion of cocaine. Bail was set at
$2,000.
*Sylvia Jackson Paige, 41, of
856 Essex Road, Daytona
Beach, was charged Aug. 26
with robbery. Bail was set at
$10,000.
*Enos Denard Hubbert, 36,
of 809 Lewis Drive, Daytona
Beach, was charged Aug. 26
with burglary of a business.
Bail was set at $1,000.
*Lamarcus Dwayne O'Neal,
32, of 315 N. Seneca St., Day-
tona Beach, was charged Aug.
26 with felony battery. Bail
was set at $5,000.
*Corey Tyrone Cooper, 30,
of 39 Nathaniel Jenkins Circle,
Daytona Beach, was charged
Aug. 27 with violation of pro-
bation for possession of
cocaine. No bail was set.
*Jarod Antonio Vreen, 20, of
704 Ellen St., Daytona Beach,
was charged Aug. 27 with


grand theft auto. Bail was set
at $2,000.
*Darren Phillip Adsit, 18, of
909 Lora St., Daytona Beach,
was charged Aug. 27 with
grand theft auto. No bail was
set.
*Abel Medina, 24, an
unknown address in Daytona
Beach, was charged Aug. 27
with battery on a law enforce-
ment officer and resisting
arrest with violence. No bail
was set.
*Leon Myers Jr., 24, of 525
Cannon St., Daytona Beach,
was charged Aug. 27 with pos-
session of crack cocaine. Bail
was set at $1,500.
*Rachel Ann Johnson, 35, of
625 Aberdeen St., Daytona
Beach, was charged Aug. 28
with burglary of a dwelling.
Bail was set at $2,000.
*Darlene Mary Dixon, 49, of
316 North St., Daytona Beach,
was charged Aug. 28 with pos-
session of cocaine. Bail was set
at $2,000.
*Michael Anthony Martin
Jr., 19, of 361 Fletcher Ave.,
Daytona Beach, was charged
Aug. 28 with carrying a con-
cealed firearm. Bail was set at
$2,500.
*Jacob Francis Schuster, 27,
334 Taylor Ave., Daytona
Beach, was charged Aug. 28
with possession of cocaine.
Bail was set at $2,000.
*Tyrone A. Bunche, 46, of
12220 S. Nova Road, Apart-
ment 46, Daytona Beach, was
charged Aug. 28 with unlawful
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Wanted person:
Roderick Braham
Birth date: Aug. 27, 1974
Reason Wanted: arrest
warrant for violating an
injunction against repeat
violence

Crime Stoppers of
Northeast Florida is seek-
ing information on the
whereabouts of Roderick
S. Braham, a fugitive
who's wanted on one
open arrest warrant.
Mr. Braham was last
known to be living at 615
White St. in Daytona
Beach. He's wanted on a
warrant charging him
with violating an injunc-
tion against repeat vio-
lence. The warrant was
signed by Circuit Court
Judge William Parsons
and carries a $25,000
bond.
Mr. Braham is 33 years
old and is 5 feet, 6 inches
tall and weighs about 130
pounds. He has black


Roderick Braham


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medium complexion.
If you see Mr Braham
or know where he is, don't
attempt to apprehend
him. Anyone with infor-
mation on his where-
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Crime Stoppers toll-free
at (888) 277-TIPS. Callers
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remain anonymous and
can qualify for a reward
of up to $1,000.


Center
From page Al


Beach, Orange City and Del-
tona.
Mr. Catalano said he lives in
Holly Hill and only attends the
weekly dance on Tuesday
afternoons; he will not com-
mute as far as these other cen-
ters.
Still, he will miss the dances,
which he said are "more of a
social." He and the 40 other
regulars pay $3.50 to get in, a
fee that covers the cost of hav-
ing a live band perform.
Though he may not be the
best dancer anymore, he said,
he "used to be a pretty good,
jitterbug." , ... .
'Almost everybody there is
a senior. We're widows and
widowers. We live alone. We
don't go out at night," Mr.


Catalano told the council.
From the weekly dance he
has been attending for three
months, Mr. Catalano has
made friends, especially with
"the old gals."
"We exchange numbers, we
make plans for lunch, we call
each other at home to make
sure we're taking our medica-
tions," he said.
City manager Joseph Forte
said he would be meeting
with Ms. Capparelli, city recre-
ation officials and Chamber of
Commerce executive director
Rose Schuhmacher to come
up with a plan.
"We're hoping to keep the,
dances weekly if not month-
ly," he said.
At the City Commission


meeting, Mayor Roland Via
suggested that members
might be able to pool money
to rent Sica Hall for events,
and then gather volunteers to
lead the activities.
"Heck, I'll volunteer to run
the dance once a month,"
Mayor Via told Mr. Catalano.
The center needs diverse
activities to meet the needs of
all members, so keeping the
dances alone is not enough,
Ms. Capparelli said.
As of now, a planned
December trip to Miami and
Key West and AARP safe-driv-
ing courses have been can-
celed, but. the Meals on
Wheels lunches will continue,
she added.
Having worked in manage-


ment before he retired, Mr.
Catalano suggested the com-
mission consider a nominal
increase in utilities just 15
or 20 cents to go to the sen-
ior center.
"If you want to do some-
thing to help a group, you will
... make it happen," Mr. Cata-
lano said.
Ms. Capparelli said the cen-
ter provides friendship across
the spectrum; not only do the
seniors make friends with
each other, but they make
friends with the children from
the Boys-& Girls Club they.i
mentor, with local firefighters.,
and police officers who' visit
and with center volunteers of
all ages.
These are friendships they


"Almost everybody there (at the center) is a
senior. We're widows and widowers. We live
alone. We don't go out at night.'

Vince Catalano
Sica Hall Community Center member

might otherwise not have, Mr. and excited about their life."
Catalano said. But, Mr. Catalano said, it's
"This is a group so much in important to remember that
need of friendship. I used to seniors "still have life in us,"
have friends. I had a life I and that for some, the senior
would drink beer and go out center is the last strong com-
and have fun," he recalled. ,muutv connection ..
"I remember my grand- "\We don't want to wind up
mother would show up and in a using home," he said.
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Daytona Beach's needed changes in growth
management and intensity of land use
I, like many Floridians, believe we should not grow
beyond the level that can be supported by the clean
water we are allowed to pump from our Florida aquifer.
The most alarming issue to come out during the Day-
tona Beach visioning process is that our city regulations
allow for growth many times beyond this aquifer specific
level. To build beyond this level would require our city to
invest in alternative water sources that process salt or
polluted water at a cost many times over our current
costs.
Responsible visioning includes honest discussion
about where our city wants to place such plants and how
they will use eminent domain to acquire the property.
Does any resident or local business want to bear the
higher cost burden for this tainted water? Perhaps
instead of river and ocean water, they plan to process
street runoff and sewage at the current water plant as in
designated Black Water systems?
Both options should be soundly rejected. Common
sense dictates that city staff and appointed boards
immediately stop annexations and land use changes that
increase the intensity of development allowed.
It also should be the first responsibility of the Vision
Executive Committee and City Commission to correct
this citywide error and bring our growth limits within the
state mandated aquifer pump limits.
Next, there is strong local support for holding new
construction to strict adherence to current regulations.
This will discourage incompatible development and
ensure that it conforms to our codes and regulations.
This policy will put an end to the use of shady rule
changing designations that increase the intensity of
development allowed.
These designations include planned .unit develop-
ments, planned commercial developments, planned
redevelopment and urban infill.
Local examples include retail big box stores, bars and
nightclubs or large commercial structures in or near
neighborhoods.
,Although our city staff and elected leaders may .have
already changed our comp plan to allow such incompati-
ble uses, our city still owes developers no more than a
time-limited building permit for a properly conforming
project.
Finally, residents deserve a vote in determining if Day-
tona will allow the easily corruptible practice of transfer
of development rights. TDR is the stacking of potential
construction from a currently allowed site (sending area)
on top of another site (receiving area) where identical
type construction also is allowed.
In order to keep this practice from being abused in the
same manner comp plan and zoning changes have, base-
level guidelines should be in place.
1) The sending and receiving areas for any project
must be in the same neighborhood. This ensure s:the
resulting impacts and benefits are fair and local.
2) The transfer should be neutral, with no net increase
in intensity as defined by density for residential projects
or floor area ratio for commercial projects.
3) All parcels used as sending areas should be irrevoca-
bly deeded free and clear to the city.
4) Sending and receiving areas should be equivalent
pafb.J1 types. oceanfront-to-oceanfront, riverfront-to-
inverfront and commercial-to-commercial.
5)"They should strongly benefit the impacted residents
as well as the greater community, not just the developer.
6).They should be approved as needed by the commu-
n ity, on a case-by-case basis, and no transfer of density is
guaranteed, implied or entitled simply because a parcel
exists in the city limits.
7) It is the responsibility of the developer to prepare
sending sites to a level determined by the city, including
mandatory cleanup of any contamination and liability
for any necessary clearing of existing structures.

City on the ball
I would like to rave about the city of Holly Hill, who
when called about the deep hole that was still left at the
southwest corner of Center and 10th streets by the
pavers, got it fixed immediately, in fact overnight.
I know they didn't do it, but they got it fixed. Now, we
are not falling in a deep hole when we drive over there.
Thank you.

Public school bus program
a long hike from good
We live in Ormond by the Sea. My daughter attends
Seabreeze High School. She has to walk four and half
blocks on a dark, unlit street on A1A to get a bus that goes
right past Wisteria, which is the street she comes up, and
has to pick up the bus at Seacrest or Seaview four and


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half blocks away at 6 a.m. It is pitch-black.
The kids for 11 have been picked up at Wisteria and
A1A. Now they are forced to walk four and half block
south to pick up the same bus at Wisteria.
Transportation 'officials' response was my daughter
should stand on John Anderson Drive and Wisteria at 6
a.m. to ride a bus for 20 minutes. I'd rather see my daugh-
ter get some sleep and a decent breakfast in her than ride
the bus from Wisteria up to High Bridge and back down
again.
It is ridiculous, and I cannot get the school board to
bend.
There are five teenagers who have to do this in our area.
Please help me.

Reader offended by cartoon
The black skimmer is not a creature to make light of
when a chick is camouflaged on the beach and cannot fly.
Jim Petrone's cartoon in the Aug. 24 edition is not comi-
cal.
I have a right to know if Mr. Petrone saw the black skim-
mers. He probably did not.
To see a black skimmer in action is breathtaking. It's a
sight I'll never forget.
Why is Mr. Petrone doing this? Can't he appreciate any-
thing? He will never get to see what I witnessed because
he didn't volunteer to help; I did.
How dare Mr, Petrone poke fun of us who have true
appreciation for these birds.

I've seen you
To the young man with the baseball cap driving the
black pick-up truck on Northbrook Drive near Ormond
Beach Middle School at about 5:30 p.m., Monday, Aug. 27:
If you think throwing things out of your truck window at
passing bicyclists is humorous, get a life.
Perhaps you don't realize you could seriously injure
someone or maybe you do. If that happens, you will end
up on the receiving end of a jail sentence.
Weather misses the mark
Our local television Channel 13 is great. It tells all the
news that our residents want to hear regularly. I am sure
they have thousands of viewers.
My problem is with the weather portion, specifically the
Weather Cast. It travels across the United States, stops at
different areas and skips Montana and Wyoming. Why?
Some of us are interested in what is happening where
we used to live or where our children live.
I've asked them, but got no response. Can you try?

In response to 'Gaps are natural'
I have spent many years as an educator and administra-
tor in the educational system. I'm greatly concerned
about what is happening to our educational system cur-
rently. I want to commend the writer in the editorial sec-
tion Aug. 24. The person said it so well, without actually
getting into the slogan, "No child left behind." It clearly
explains why that's no slogan. The worst possible guide
for our education is in effect now.
If carried out, Johnny A, with an IQ of 170 and learning
abilities to match that IQ, must not learn more than John-
ny B, with an IQ of 70 and learning disabilities to match,
because at all costs, no one can be allowed to get ahead of
the slowest learner. All must slow down because in no way
can the low achiever ever catch up to the high achiever if
the high achiever is allowed to reach his potential
It used to be that teachers taught each child at his or her
own pace with individualized instruction to meet the
individual needs of the different levels of learning abili-
ties. Now, with our new slogan, we are directed to stan-
dardize to bring all instruction and opportunity to a level
of the slowest learner so Johnny doesn't get left behind.
How did it ever happen that a man who did not do well
in school himself, who had no training or experience in
the educational field is now allowed to set up a slogan like
"No child left behind," which if carried out, would be the


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ruin of our nation.
Science, medicine government all aspects. of life can
successfully progress only if the brightest go far ahead of
those left behind, only if the brightest have the opportu-
nity to get the best education possible.
Why are we allowed to use a slogan and to set up all
educational policy on keeping step with the slowest child?
That is a stupid way to go. I'm surprised our nation has
allowed it to progress to this point.

Buy American
The United States still allows Citgo and Pedro gas sta-
tions to be here in America. They are owned by Venezuela,
and its president.hates the U.S.
If we buy gas from his stations, we're helping him form
his planned army and missile systems against us.

No relief found in tax bill estimate
I received my estimated tax bill in the mail today.
I want to thank our senators, congressmen and our gov-
ernor.
This year's smallest estimate is $1.76 higher than last
year's and the highest estimate is $94.12 higher than last
year's ..
The assessed value of my home went up $4,540 this
year. I am having a hard time understanding this as prop-
erty values have plummeted within the last year. We have
made no improvements in (more than) two years
I wonder how many of you are "relieved" with your
property tax bills, too?

Time to clear up death row

With (more than) 200 inmates on death row, what is the
governor waiting for?
For them to die of old age or are those bleeding hearts
getting to him. They were put on death row because they
took a life, and now is the time to pay with theirs. There
are a number of ways to execute a person, but injection
seems to be the only way in Florida. It's high time that
Florida changed its method and consider beheading like
the French did many years ago.
.It's costing us taxpayers more money every day they sit
there. The law for appeals has got to change. The time
limit should be set at weeks not a year. A disassembly line
should be set up to make room for the new death-row
inmates who will take their place.
So governor, sign the papers to clean out death row. It's
time the taxpayers got justice.

Must protect social Security from non-citizens
Social Security: It's a good thing we have it.
If we didn't, a lot of our mothers, fathers, sisters and
brothers would be pushing around baskets out in the
street with nowhere to live and nothing to eat.
They paid into the system and worked for many years.
Most of our families have been here for several genera-
tions.
We do have a problem with illegal immigration. If we
cannot control our borders, (then) we're not a sovereign
nation (and) we shouldn't be making laws for people
because we can't even control who comes in.
We need to enforce our borders, stop illegal immigra-
tions, get everybody (who is) not paying taxes on the tax
payroll, and we need to keep Social Security. We're going
to lose this thing if we keep giving all of the money we
paid in to people who (didn't).
You should (only be allowed to collect Social Security if
you) have been a citizen and paid in for a number of quar-
ters. If they haven't done that, they shouldn't be allowed to
collect Social Security, I don't care how long they've been
here.
If they're handicapped, that's another thing. We'll take
care of them and we should take care of them from birth:
Our citizens, the children of our citizens.
I am telling legislators in our country that it is unac-
ceptable for this illegal immigrations.


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Brush fires still threaten area; car accidents plague the streets


Hi, Hometown News
readers. From drought to
drenched, Volusia County
was about 14 inches below
normal for rainfall since
January, and firefighters also
considered the deficit
brought over from last year.
It has played havoc for
them all the way into late
August, fighting brushfires
in what should be the wet
season. Instead, until the
end of the month, the
lightning was coming
without rain and igniting
brush fires in Port Orange,
New Smyrna Beach and
Daytona Beach.
Summer is typically a time
for firefighters to get a break
and help out west, where
many states are traditionally
dry and often burning this
time of year. Our local
firefighters have been asked
to go to Montana, Colorado
and other states, but had to
decline as they continue to
fight fires locally. It's been so
dry that both Volusia and
Flagler counties have


considered re-instating a
burn ban, almost unheard of
this time of year.
The Labor Day weekend
may help make up for the
rain deficit. Unfortunately, it
came on a holiday weekend
ruining a lot of outdoor
plans. Most areas got rain,
though it remains to be seen
how much filtered into the
ground. Too much rain too
fast runs off and doesn't
seep into the ground.
The holiday weekend was
fairly successful for most
area businesses, despite the
rain. Volusia County had a
great summer, according to
the Hotel-Motel Association,
up significantly from last
year. Many attribute that to
families summering here.
The area has worked hard to
re-invent itself as a year
round destination for
families rather than a special
events community.
Business leaders also
attribute the up-tick to a
later school start. Several
beachside hoteliers said


CLAIRE METZ
WESH-TV News
bureau chief

they did more business by
mid-August than they did
the entire month of August
last year.
The city of Daytona Beach
celebrated Labor Day with
the delayed Fourth of July
fireworks. You may recall the
show was washed out when
a big wave swamped the
boat city officials were using
to shoot off fireworks.


Instead, city officials
launched from the Main
Street Pier, and it was a
"booming" success for
visitors and locals alike.
A series of terrible acci-
dents have occurred
recently, including one that
claimed the life of a teen
who had just turned 15.
Du Juan George was in
town to visit his father,
whom he hadn't seen in a
decade. The boy took his
dad's car without permis-
sion and went joyriding in
Daytona Beach. Witnesses
said Du Juan was flying up
Caroline Street near Loomis
Avenue at 60-plus miles per
hour and weaving along the
street. The teen lost control
of the wheel and plowed
into a tree in front of a
home. He was killed by the
impact, leaving a grieving
family heartbroken that a
child who wasn't old enough
to drive was driven to try
and be a man.
Meanwhile, Daytona
Beach police continue to


look for a teenage driver
after a van he was driving
careened into a car sending
three people to the hospital.
Police said the teenager was
behind the wheel of the van
when it overturned at the
intersection of Maley and
Keech streets. The van hit a
car, pushing the car up on
the lawn of a home there.
Three people in the car, a
woman, her mother and her
daughter, were taken to the
hospital.
A man crossing the street
at Fairview and Ridgewood
avenues in Daytona Beach
was killed when he walked
in front of a car as it passed
through the intersection.
The driver had a green light
and wasn't cited
A motorist told police he
wanted revenge for his
mother's murder and that's
why he turned a stolen
vehicle into a weapon in
Daytona Beach recently.
Investigators said Jeffrey
Uptagrafft, 37, stole a
delivery truck along Mary


McCloud Bethune Boule-
vard at Ridgewood Avenue,
then drove until he reached
Nova Road near Internation-
al Speedway Boulevard
where he rammed road
signs and soon turned his
anger toward other drivers.
Police said Mr. Uptagrafft
rammed five vehicles,
injuring six people in those
cars. Mr. Uptagrafft's
mother, Elizabeth, was
murdered in January when
strangers burst into her
home on Michigan Avenue.
She was kidnapped and
forced to withdraw money
from her ATM before the
killers shot and killed her.
Her son told police he
wanted to kill people
because of his mother's
death. Mr. Uptagrafft now
faces a host of charges
including aggravated
battery. He also could face
DUI charges.
Claire Metz is the WESH2
News bureau chieffor
Volusia and Flagler counties.


Developments
From page Al


Randy Barber/staff photographer
The planning board approved plans to revitalize the Day-
tona Mall by renaming it Midtown Plaza and bringing in a
Burlington Coat Factory store. Much of the mall has been
vacant since a movie theater left years ago.


Samuel Rogers, who acts as
the board's representative to
the city Planning Board, said
this is "the poorest district,"
making him "weary but very
upbeat" about the project.
Mr. LeBlanc said the inter-
section sees 81,000 cars a
day and is "by far the best
intersection in Daytona
Beach." Though the current
property is run down, the
only thing that matters is
location, he added.
"With this project, the
Nova-to-Ridgewood
improvements will start to
happen," he said of the pro-
jected impact. "We'll make
that drive a pleasure, rather
than the way it used to be:
pretty scary. People will get a
whole different impression
of the city."
With approval, construc-
tion at the site could start as
soon as Jan. 1 and open in
August 2008.
Burlington Coat Factory
could potentially anchor the
site with an 80,000-square-
foot store and Dockside Fur-
niture Outlet would retain its
20,000 square feet. That
leaves 20,000 square feet


available.
The future of present ten-
ants Books-A-Million and
Two Guys Furniture at the
location are unknown, man-
agement at both stores said.
Books-A-Million has a
month-by-month lease and
may consider moving up ISB
toward the Speedway. Two
Guys Furniture's lease
expires in December.
Of the lot's six outparcels,
only two are currently taken:
Steak & Shake will stay at its
present location and Tire
Plus Total Car Care will move
to the Nova Road side of the
development.
Michelle Swartz often
shops at the Books-A-Mil-
lion or visits its cafe, Joe
Muggs Coffee, before head-
ing to work at Steak & Shake
across the parking lot. She
lamented the clearly dilapi-
dated space in the mall left
vacant when a movie theater
left the space nearly a
decade ago.
Ms. Swartz said she would
be sad to see the Books-A-
Millon leave, but would be
happy to have a supermarket
move into the space so she


can get her groceries before
heading home to Port
Orange.
"It's positive if it brings
business to where I work,"
she said, "and I'd like to see it
busy."
Up the street across from
the Speedway, the Speedplex
Office Park is marked by a
"For sale" sign and is largely
vacant and overgrown. With
a $437 million investment
from the International
Speedway Corporation and
The Cordish Company
developers, the 71-acre lot
will feature a movie theater,
bowling alley, high-end din-
ing and retail, a hotel and,
eventually, condominiums.
The "original impetus" for
the project was to make a
more attractive world head-
quarters for the ISC,
NASCAR and Grand-Am, ISC
spokesman Lenny Santiago
said.
"This is a one-time oppor-
,tunity to create a space that
will benefit the community,
create 'an economic impact
and create and retain jobs,"
he said.
While some citizens have


expressed concerns about
traffic, Mr. Santiago said
plans for traffic studies
should assuage those fears.
Next door at the Suburban
Extended Stay Hotel, general
manager Matt Bogard said
the project would boost his
business as construction
workers take up residence.
And, "as far as tourism
goes," the project will "cen-
tralize everything right
here," he added.
If approved by the com-
missioners, the project would
break ground at the end of
this year and phase one to
create office space could
be done by late 2009. The
final residential phase would
potentially be completed in
15 years.
Bob Davis, president of the
Hotel Motel Association of
Volusia County, said the city
has "really come alive" with
both developments.
"It's probably going to be
the greatest thing that's ever
happened to Daytona
Beach," he said.
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Daytona Beach rescuer named 'Lifeguard of the Year'


BY BETHANY CHAMBERS
Staff writer
VOLUSIA COUNTY At
20 years old, Matt Angiulli is
already describing himself as
an "old person." And, in the
lifeguarding world, he is. But
he sure doesn't look it.
With five years of experi-
ence to his resume and a host
of notable rescues, the Volu-
sia County Beach Patrol
named Mr. Angiulli Lifeguard
of the Year last week. His
award: a lifeguard chair tro-
phy and the respect of his
peers and supervisors.
"The reason I nominated
him and the other guys
agreed is that he's an exem-
plary employee," said Beach
Patrol Deputy Chief Mike
Hensler. "He does a good job,
he's well spoken, and he deals
with the public in a very
courteous manner."
Beach patrol spokesman
Scott Petersohn described
Mr. Angiulli as humble yet
determined, a competitive
swimmer that "blew away the
Navy SEALs" in an exhibition
and a person who commits
"great acts of kindness" on a
daily basis.
True to form, Mr. Angiulli


credited his father, John, for
his accomplishments. Mr.
Angiulli's mother, Linda, died
when he was only 14 months
old, just after giving birth to
his younger sister, Brady.
"My dad has been the only
inspiration I'll ever need,"
Mr. Angiulli said. "He did
everything he needed to and
more as a single parent."
Always independent, Mr.
Angiulli was excited to start
lifeguarding at 16, when
beach patrolman Willie
Alvarez came to Port Orange's
Spruce Creek High School
recruiting.
Now a junior studying
building construction at the
University of Florida, Mr.
Angiulli has recognized the
gravity of his decision five
years ago.
"If I can save a person from
a deathly situation, I can
probably handle any desk job
and not be stressed out
instantaneously," he mused.
"I can save another life. I did-
n't really think about that
when I was 16 and it was just
about being a lifeguard at the
beach."
Working at Daytona Shores
and now Daytona Beach, Mr.
Angiulli has gained an appre-


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citation for the beach habitat.
In the future he hopes to use
his degree to work for sus-
tainable home development
and eco-construction.
Mr. Angiulli's eye for effi-
ciency is one his supervisors
have noticed.
"One time, I remember, he
not only put a victim on a
surfboard, but he caught a
wave and rode him in on the
wave; he brought him right
into the beach," Mr. Hensler
said, laughing. "Now that's
efficient."
Most lifeguards Mr. Angiul-
li's age would have to paddle
the surfboard in; not so for
this "competent waterman,"
Mr. Hensler added.
That ability was gained in
part from his father's love of
surfing, his mother's college
swimming career and his
home's proximity to Ponce
Inlet.
However, it has been Mr.
Angiulli's pleasure to hone
these skills, starting with his
high school swim team and
continuing with his frequent
training in Gainesville and
team competition with the
beach patrol.
Those skills were tested
Father's Day weekend, when


9/11 events
Port Orange
VFW Post No. 3282 will
honor the outstanding Port
Orange firefighter, paramedic
and policeman of the year in a
9/11 Patriot Day ceremony. The
5 p.m. dinner will be held at
5810 S. Williamson Blvd., Port
Orange on Sept. 11. The cost
for dinner is $5.
Daytona Beach
American Legion Post No.
120 will hold a candlelight vigil
at 461 Walker St., Daytona
Beach, Sept. 11 at dusk.
A commemoration called
"We Will Always Remember"
will be held at Bethune-Cook-
man University, Center for for Civic
Engagement, President's Ban-
quet Center, Sept. 11, 10:20
a.m.to 11 a.m.
This commemorative event
will feature speeches on differ-.
ent topics pertaining to the
Sept. 11 tragedies, culminating
with Daytona Beach Mayor
Glenn Ritchey's presentation
on "How America has changed
for the better."There will also be
.. a special.vopal solo by Broad.
Sway-artist Harry Burney, a BCU
consultant.
Compiled by Jeanne
Willard and Bethany Chambers


"a large surf chewed big holes
in the sandbar creating a rip
current," Mr. Hensler said.
"He would be on a
quadrunner, make a rescue,
get out of the water, get back
on and have to do it all over
again," Mr. Hensler said.
"On one rescue he was cut
on the side of the chest from
a buoy rope that was tight in
the current," he said. "It was
pretty bad, but he said, 'Don't
worry about it ... we're mak-
ing rescues. That's all that
matters.'"
With his experience, Mr.
Angiulli said, he feels com-
fortable in the worst of situa-
tions.
"You see all the horrors the
beach can throw at you.
There's nothing out there in
the water that scares me any-
more," he said.
Even with everything he
has seen, the only thing Mr.
Angiulli complains about on
the job is the hot, muggy
weather when the west winds
blow.
"The stress of going out on
rescues is difficult, but you.,.'
get back on land and it's
instant stress relief," he said.
"It's just another sunny day
on Daytona Beach."


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Daytona Beach lifeguard Matt Angiulli was named 'Life-
guard of the Year' for his competitive nature and humble
personality, supervisors said.


Freedom


From page A4
New York, Pennsylvania and
at the Pentagon.
"It's time for this nation to
pull together and be one
strong nation," said Bob
Carroway, AMVET event
coordinator.
The event will be held in
conjunction with the third
annual Freedom Walk, first
held in Washington, D.C.,
drawing 15,000 people, Ms.
Barber said. She has coordi-
nated the event for the past
three years.
Tens of thousands of
Americans in more than 170
cities will honor 9/11 vic-
tims, military personnel
and service organizations,
she said.
"It's a very important and
new tradition" for our coun-
try, she said.
The march is one of sever-
al events throughout the.
county honoring Sept. 11
victims.
An official ceremony at
the Kenneth Parker
Amphitheater will mark the


start of a one-mile walk
around the perimeter of the
lake, led by AMVETS color
and honor guard. Upon
return to the amphitheater,
the ceremony will end with
the playing of taps and a 21-
gun salute, said Judy Evans,
AMVET Americanism offi-
cer.
Debi Taylor will attend,
even though a knee prob-
lem prevents her from walk-
ing.
Ms. Taylor's youngest son,
Ahmad Ali, 31, spent 13
months in Iraq and her
older son, Muhammad Ali,
32, is currently deployed
there.
Ms. Taylor, a self-
described Lebanese Christ-
ian, worries about their
safety all the time, she said.
She'll see her son .for the,
first time in seven months,
during the Thanksgiving
holidays, however ',her'
excitement is tempered
somewhat by the news that
he re-enlisted, she said.


But "I have to support my
sons and the guys they fight
with," Mrs. Taylor said.
The AMVETS also will
honor service organizations,
such as police and fire, Ms.
Evans said.
They "protect us on a daily
basis," she said, and will be
the first responders in the
event of a terrorist attack.
Pictures from the event
will be sent to troops over-
seas, she said.
Families are encouraged
to attend, Ms. Evans said.
It's important to develop a
sense of responsibility in
our young children growing
up, she said.
"They are our future lead-
ers," Ms. Evans said.
The 1 p.m. event is free
and participants are
encouraged to dress in red,
white and blue and carry
flags or postersdin support of
the walk. o" ,

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has over 1,200 business members from throughout the Halifax area.
The Chamber offers informative breakfast and luncheons, monthly
"Business After Hours", quarterly "New Member Receptions",
Committees Task Forces, Power Lunch Leads Group and a number of
other committees that are designed to help you grow your business by
keeping you informed or by providing you networking opportunities.
Be sure to check out chamber members for all your products and
service needs at www.daytonachamber.com
Serving Members since 1919 -
September 11, 12 noon, Chamber Grand Opening & Ribbon Cutting
for Simply Beds. 1848 Ridgewood Ave. (next to Publix) in Holly Hill.
Food and beverages will be served, RSVP to Scott VanKrevelen 671-
3008 or simplybeds@bellsouth.net
September 11, Chamber Ambassadors Committee Meeting. For more
information contact Roni Engels 255-0981 ext. 228
September 12, 12 noon, Daytona Beach Leadership Annual Luncheon
at Daytona International Airport (Volusia Room) Guest Speaker -
Volusia County Manager Jim Dinneen $18 per person RSVP
REQUIRED contact Carla Quann 257-6828 or email
Carla@daytonahotelmotel.com
September 14, 11:30 am, Workshop on Green Development for
Sustainable Communities at DBCC Bldg. 230. $20 per person
includes lunch. RSVP REQUIRED contact Suzy Erdle 255-0981 ext.
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September 14, 12 noon, Chamber Grand Opening & Ribbon
Cutting for Early Learning Coalition of Flagler & Volusia at 230 N
Beach St, Daytona Beach near Post Office. Food and beverages will be
served RSVP to Vicky Stark at (386)323-2400 for vstark@elcfv.org
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Chamber Seeks To Find
Balance On
Redevelopment Issues


A hot topic being debated
nowadays in Daytona Beach is
height limits. By no means
does the Chamber want any
development to encroach into
a residential neighborhood or
any areas with historical
significance, but we DO want
to encourage new good quality
investment in Daytona Beach,
- not DISCOURAGE it! Be it
commercial, manufacturing,
single- family developments or
hi-rise condominiums, we
need to maintain a vibrant
economy.
In addition, we encourage
the DB City Commission to
judge each building project
separately on its own merits as
opposed to a hard cap height
limit.
With property tax bills as
they are, we need to increase
our tax base. With new
construction coming on line, it
helps provide relief on existing
residents. And while a new
condo or hotel may not come
onto the tax rolls for a year or
so, City and County
government does collect
impact fees.
Several years ago, the
Volusia County Council
approved a $76 million
expansion of the Ocean
Center which will greatly
enhance our capabilities to
host conventions year round!
However, our supply of hotel
rooms in the city is lacking. At
the same time, the County is
looking to that Bed tax revenue
(collected on hotel rooms) to
pay for the Ocean Center
expansion. Can any remember
when we had a new hotel built
on the beachside?
Say what you want about
redevelopment districts
(CRAs) but we don't need to
mess with them! These are
areas of the City that need to
be revitalized! We didn't get to
this stage overnight and
redevelopment of the City will
not occur overnight either.
Growth is inevitable and if


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unchanged, Volusia's
population of ab6ut 503,000
will nearly double in the next
40 years and developed land
could double as well. To make
room for these new people
without paving over our water
recharge -area, cities will need
to channel growth into higher
buildings. To preserve the
County's environmental core,
we have to "grow up" to a
certain extent.
Even though Daytona
Beach is the economic engine
of Volusia, it is now the 2nd
largest City in Volusia and
soon to become 3rd behind
Port Orange. Remember that
when State Sales tax dollars
are split amongst Volusia cities
based on population. This is a
core city with numerous
agencies and where state
dollars are need most!
At a recent workshop
regarding height limits, one
Planning Board member said,
"We are at war with
developers." In addition, the
Chamber has a letter on file
from a developer who was
willing to invest millions here
but decided against it after
attending several Planning
Board meetings.
While some residents
complain about the size of
OceanWalk and the Hilton, go
by there at night and check out
the number of families you see
walking in the area and
compare it to what we had
there before. Does anyone
want to go back to the way it
was 25 years ago?
The Planning Board is
scheduled to meet with the
Main Street-Atlantic Avenue
board on Sept. 12, 6:30 pm at
the Peabody Auditorium to
discuss this further. City
Commissioners are scheduled
to begin looking at the height
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DBCC to offer Fresh Start classes

The Women's Center at Daytona Beach
Community College will hold Fresh Start
classes beginning Monday, Sept. 10.
The Fresh Start program assists individu-
als in developing attitudes and skills that
will make possible a successful transition
from homemaker to a position in the job
market or career workplace. The program is
designed for individuals 35 years and older
who are in transition due to divorce, separa-
tion, the death of a spouse or caring for a
disabled spouse.
The class helps students overcome obsta-
cles to going back to work, including low
self-esteem and fears about working outside
the home. Students take career and person-
ality assessments and create a resume.


Other services include stent success
tools for the educational Fnvironment,
career and employment exploration activi-
ties, resume preparation, interviewing tech-
niques and other employability skills train-
ing.
Classes are held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.,
Monday through Friday, Sept. 10 through
Oct. 5, on the DBCC Daytona Beach cam-
pus, Building 100, Room 219, 1200 W. Inter-
national Speedway Blvd., Daytona Beach.
For information or to reserve a seat, call
(386) 506-4377.

Halifax Health approved for
gynecologic fellowship program

The Board of the Fellowship in Gyneco-


logic Endoscopy has approved Halifax
Health to be the first program in Florida and
one of only 18 in the nation to participate in
the accredited Gynecologic Endoscopy Fel-
lowship program.
Beginning July 2008, this one-year pro-
gram will provide fellows with top-level
training for laparoscopic and robotic sur-
gery using Halifax Health facilities includ-
ing Halifax Health Medical Center and
Halifax Health Medical Center of Port
Orange.
This fellowship will be under the med-
ical directorship of Chris Stanley and
additional Halifax Health surgeons
including Kelly Molpus, Joe Bianchi,
David Ramshaw, Mark White, Cynthia
Baldwin, Steve Cortez and Matthew Mer-
rell.


The fellow will work with the preceptor
and other designated members of the fel-
lowship training team in the office and the
operating room. The fellow will partici-
pate in the pre-operative, intraoperative
and post-operative care of patients.
The program is affiliated with the Amer-
ican Association of Gynecologic Laparo-
scopists and the Society of Reproductive
Surgeons and will provide an opportunity
for gynecologists who have completed
their residency to acquire additional skills
in advanced endoscopy and reproductive
surgery.
For more information, call (386) 252-
4701 or send an e-mail to info@halifax-
urogyn.com.

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during interval training. The players have
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"The idea is not to beat them up or break
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In 31 years of coaching football (12 at
Mainland), Mr. Maronto said he has never
had a player get sick from the heat.
"I've been fortunate and lucky," he said,
"but when you prepare well, your luck
increases."
Volusia County Schools spokesperson
Nancy Wait said there are no written guide-
lines as far as teams practicing in the heat.
Rather, each coach is expected to use com-
mon sense to protect their athletes.
Mr. O'Keefe said the most sensible thing
to prevent heat-related illness is hydration.
"If you know you're going to be participat-
ing in outdoor activities, you need to pre-
hydrate," he said. "By the time you experi-
ence thirst, you're already dehydrated."
This can be difficult with young people
who regularly drink lots of sodas and other
sugary drinks.
"You have to get your kids drinking water
early in life," Mr. O'Keefe said. "Then, it's the
thing to do."
To get kids to drink more water, Mr.
O'Keefe recommends constant availability
and making it "hip" by getting them special-
ty containers. The latest in containers
include those made by Nalgene, a company
that started out making plastic containers
for laboratory applications. They currently
make high-tech beverage bottles that come


in cool colors and lots of shapes and sizes.
Also important in preventing heat-related
illness is for coaches and training partners
to know it when they see it.
Mr. O'Keefe said signs include: profuse
sweating or no sweating at all, loss of per-
formance, flushed or white, pasty skin,
rapid heart beat and signs of fatigue.
"Action must be taken immediately," he
said. "If left untreated, heat exhaustion will
turn into heat stroke, which can kill."
Professor Dobson said a lack of sweating
is a sign that things are serious.
"Sweating is our 'most powerful cooling
tool," he said. "If you stop sweating, you are
really in trouble."
Mr. Dobson said the high humidity we
experience here adds to the danger.
"It's not the sweating that cools us, it's
when the sweat evaporates into gas form, it
carries the heat away from us," he said. "So
when there's a lot of moisture in the air,
there's not room for the sweat to evaporate."
Another danger is heavy clothing and
equipment.
"With pads and helmets, you're encapsu-
lating the skin and so adding another barri-
er to the evaporation of sweat," Mr. Dobson
said.
The Volusia County Health Department
offers the following tips to prevent heat-
related illness: drink lots of water, drink lots
of cool, non-alcoholic beverages, get lots of
rest, take cool showers or baths, get into an
air-conditioning building, wear lightweight
clothing and try not to engage in strenuous
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Mr. Dobson said the most important
thing to do for someone suffering from the
heat is to stop all activity immediately, call
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and even presented to the
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alternate plans he proposed.
'"A park is the heart and
soul of the city; it goes back
to the Greeks and Romans,"
he said. "I haven't talked to
anybody who thinks we
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than civic and public things
in Hollyland."
While the initial phases of
the development could start
as early as 2008, with the
city's deepening budget cuts
and the project's multiple
facets, it could take up to 20
years to finish.
With a long-term project,
it is important that those
involved "care about the
future of the city," said Mar-
sha Radulovich, Community
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Commissioner Blais
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"It's a small-town mind-
set," said the 67-year-old
Commissioner Blais, a life-
long resident. "You've got to
think down the road. But
people see this as, 'Who
cares? I'm not gonna be
here.' There's a lot of apathy.
"The philosophy is that the
city is going do what they
want to do," he said. "They
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Our Lady of Lourdes Announces
Alpha Course

Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Commu-
nity will host its next Alpha Course at 6:30
p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 12, in the Church
Community Center, 201 University Blvd.,
Daytona Beach.
Alpha is a 10-week course that helps
people discover what the Christian faith
means to them. The course is for anyone,
no matter their beliefs. While it is prima-
rily for those who have little or no knowl-
edge of the Christian faith, especially the
un-churched and inactive Christians, it
also is helpful for those who wish to
explore their own faith more deeply.
Each session begins with a light, infor-
mal dinner, followed by a video series
that speaks to relevant topics and ends


with breaking into small groups to dis-
cuss questions and issues raised by group
members. No question is seen as too sim-
ple or too hostile. The setting is friendly
and non-threatening, and group mem-
bers may express whatever they wish.
Child care will be available.
To register to attend the preview dinner
on Sept. 12 or for more information, call
(386)255-0433.

Cambodian children's
choir to perform

The Cambodian Christian Children's
Choir will perform at 7 p.m., Wednesday,
Sept. 12 at the International Christian
Centre in Daytona Beach.
The choir consists of 20 youth from five
different orphanages within NHO and


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the 11-year-old daughter )f Pastor Sinai
Phouek (founder of NH. Pastor Sinai
and four administrators from Cambodia
will accompany the choir.
The Cambodian Christian Children's
Choir is touring the United States to edu-
cate people about Cambodian culture,
bring awareness to the needs in Cambo-
dia, to share the new hope that can help
Cambodia and to share how their lives
have changed through coming to NHO
and knowing Jesus Christ as their Lord
and Savior. They express these things
through ethnic and Christian dances,
songs, human videos and testimony.
A complete list of scheduled dates and
locations can be found at www.seapc.us.
For more information, visit the Web site
atwww.nho.org.kh.
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Randy Barber/staff photographer
Dayton Beach residents Dr. Hosezell Blash and Alvira
Eibling dance to the tunes of the Blue Notes band dur-
ing a free Sunday dance held at The Casements in
Ormond Beach.


CoImmunity Notes


Candidate forum
slated
The Bellaire Community
Group will host a Daytona
Beach candidate forum at
6:30 p.m., Thursday, Sept.
13, at the Schnebly Recre-
ation Center on A1A and
Driftwood.
All candidates have agreed
to this forum and have con-
firmed.
Mayoral candidates
include Gwen Azama-
Edwards, Glenn Ritchey,
Mike Shallow and Darlene
Yordon.
Zone 6 candidates include
Pierre Louis, Keon Williams
and Cassandra Reynolds.
Zone 2 candidates are Carl
Lentz and Pamela Woods.
For more information, call


(386) 257-6700.

Volkswagen run to
benefit Fisher House
The Greater Daytona
Beach Chapter of South
EasternVW Club will host its
first "Cruising for a Cause
VW Run" from 9 a.m. to 3
p.m., Saturday, Sept. 15, at
the Daytona Flea Market.
All Volkswagen vehicles
old and new may participate
with no entry fee.
A non-judged car show,
raffles, door prizes, poker
run, music, shopping and
food will be available.
The first 75 VWs will
receive a goody bag.
All proceeds will benefit
the Fisher House Founda-
tion, which serves military


and veteran families in
need.
For more information, call
(386) 671-9465 or send an e-
mail to Cvitch@cfl.rr.com.

Baby Signs classes
accepting enrollment
Sign language helps
babies learn to communi-
cate before they can talk,
builds a strong parent-child
bond and jumpstarts lin-
guistic and cognitive devel-
opment.
Easter Seals ofVolusia Fla-
gler will offer "Sign, Say &
Play" classes beginning Sat-
urday, Sept. 15. The six-week
class meets at 9:30 a.m. each
Saturday at Easter Seals
Center, 1219 Dunn Ave.,
Daytona Beach. The cost for


the six-week session is $125.
Classes will be taught by
certified Baby Signs instruc-
tor Katie Allman.
The program is designed
for parents and their babies
ages 6 to 36 months. Each
week, Beebo the signing
bear will teach simple signs
taught within everyday
themes. Class participants
also will receive a starter kit
with books, movies and
music for signing at home.
Register for "Sign, Say &
Play" classes at Easter Seals
during office hours from 9
a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday
through Friday, or call East-
er Seals at (386) 255-4568.
For more information, visit
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Police


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possession of a controlled
substance cocaine. Bail was
set at $2,000.
*TracyAnnKarim, 35, of 314
Ora St., Daytona Beach, was
charged Aug. 29 with posses-
sion of cocaine. Bail was set at
$2,000.
*Lucrezia Marie Martin, 29,
of 550 Tanglewood, Daytona
Beach, was charged Aug. 29
with possession of cocaine.
Bail was set at $2,000.
*James Robert .Kiminecz,
44, a transient of Daytona
Beach, was charged Aug. 29
with felony battery. No bail
was set.
*Chad Tyrone Davis, 31, of
1128 Lakewood Drive, Day-
tona Beach, was charged Aug.
29 with possession of cocaine.
No bail was set.
*Nathaniel Jasper Dell, 51,
of 106 Mason Park Drive, Day-
tona Beach, was charged Aug.
29 with possession of cocaine.
No bail was set.
*John Mehalick, 46, of 563
Oak St., Daytona Beach, was
charged Aug. 29 with posses-
sion of cocaine. Bail was set at
$1,500.
*Mary Roland, 52, of 522
Spruce St., Daytona Beach,
was charged Aug. 30 with
retail theft. Bail was set at
$1,000.
*Zarkee Lorente Session, 24,
of 213 S. Keech St., Daytona
Beach, was charged Aug. 30
with two counts of unlawful
possession of a controlled
substance cocaine. No bail
was set.
*Jermaine Bert Gardner, 20,
of 916 Rosewood St., Daytona
Beach, was charged Aug. 30
with violation of probation
with battery on a police offi-
cer. No bail was set.


*George Maurice Still, 46, of
605 Cedar Park Drive, Day-
tona Beach, was charged Aug.
30 with unlawful possession
of a controlled substance with
intent to distribute. Bail was
set at $10,500.
*Gregory Vincent Lee, 21, of
819 Imperial Drive, Daytona
Beach, was charged Aug. 30
with failure to appear for the
principal sale of cocaine. No
bail was set.
*Carl Anthony Wilbon Jr.,
29, of 746 Marion St., Daytona
Beach, was charged Aug. 30
with unlawful possession of a
controlled substance,
cannabis, a schedule III nar-
cotic, Alprazolam and tam-
pering with evidence. Bail was
set at $25,000.


Volusia County
Sheriffs Office

*Sanantonio Harrison, 24,
of 1160 Ginsburg Drive, Day-
tona Beach, was charged Aug.
24 with the sale and delivery
of cocaine and possession of
cocaine. No bail was set.
*Gerryanna Guyton, 28, of
409 Jean St., Apartment 2,
Daytona Beach, was charged
Aug. 25 with aggravated
domestic assault. No bail was
set.
*Karon Lyshayn Watson, 19,
of 818 Lewis Drive, Daytona
Beach, was charged Aug. 25
with violation of probation for
possession of cocaine with
intent to distribute. No bail


was set.
*Brian Joseph Metzger, 39,
of 816 Derbyshire Road, Day-
tona Beach, was charged Aug.
25 with possession of cocaine.
Bail was set at $1,000.
*Guy Sullivan Greene, 26, of
639 Vera Drive, Daytona
Beach, was charged Aug. 26
with attempted kidnapping
and burglarywith battery. Bail
was set at $30,0Q0.
*Leslie Marie Corron, 40, of
1555 Derbyshire Road, Holly
Hill, was charged Aug. 27 with
aggravated domestic battery.
No bail was set.


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STEPHANIE DIXON
The Volusia Vibe


Where

will you be

Sept. 11?

Several events
will honor the day

W en asked, "Where
/ \ were you when
SKennedy was shot"
or "Where were you when we
landed on the moon,"
generations of Americans can
most likely recall where they
were and what they were
doing when they heard the
fateful news.
I remember very clearly
where I was when the Sept.
11 terrorist attacks took
place. It seems as though
events of that magnitude are
not easily forgotten.
Local organizations will
keep the memory alive when
the sixth anniversary of Sept.
11 is held Tuesday.
I hope you take the time to
join the Veterans of Foreign
Wars and your city to
remember as a nation what
should never be forgotten.
Regardless of your political
opinion or stance on the war
in Iraq, push all negative
thoughts aside and bring all
who lost loved ones to the
forefront.
Judy Evans, Americanism
officer of the AMVETS Post
911 Auxiliary in Port Orange,
was touched by a rant and
rave printed in the July 20
edition of Hometown News
titled "Marine mom thanks
the community."
She sent me an e-mail in
an effort to contact "Marine
Mom" so she could personal-
ly invite her to the Freedom
Walk to be held Sunday at the
Port Orange City Center.
"We are looking for families
with members in the military,
specifically in the 'war zone'"
said Ms. Evans in an e-mail.
"We are also attempting to
locate families of fatalities
due to military conflict for
our city services. For me, this
is a project to educate our
community about American
values and patriotism."
So, "Marine Mom," if you
are reading, a special
invitation has been extended
to you and your husband.
You are asked to call the BEST
Center at (386) 304-6444.
I hope Volusia County
residents feel a little bite from
the patriotic bug.


Premieres
comedy/farce
'Don't Dress
for Dinner'
BY STEPHANIE DIXON
Entertainment writer
Don't be surprised if you
see a face you recognize on
the stage at the Daytona
Playhouse when its 2007-
2008 season opens today.
Most of the actors are
local and they are all volun-
teers, said Chris Wakefield,
vice president of publicity
for the playhouse.
"We hope people have an
appreciation for the
actors," she said. "Some
have never been on the
playhouse stage before."
Among those to grace the
playhouse stage, or any
stage for that matter, for
the first time is Heather
Monteith.
"It was Heather's first
time auditioning, and we
could tell she was really
nervous," said Ms. Wake-
field. "But the director
(Veronica H. Hart) saw
something special in
Heather and really worked
with her. You'd never know
it was her first time per-
forming."
Ms. Monteith will star in
"Don't Dress For Dinner,"
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Bernard, played by Jerry Doty, and Robert, played by Lenny Owens, find themselves
in a tangle in the comedy/farce 'Don't Dress for Dinner.' The play opens today at the
Daytona Playhouse.


season, opening at 8 p.m.,
Friday, Sept. 7.
The comedy/farce,
which first appeared in
Paris and ran for more than
two years, is fast paced,
said Ms. Wakefield. The
play was eventually trans-
lated into English and pre-
miered at the Apollo The-
atre in London.
"The play is light," she
said. "I hope people have a
happy, good time and relax,
sit back and enjoy the


show. There is no great
message. It is just fun."
The remainder of the
season will feature "Dark
Rituals" in October, "A
Month in the Country, After
Turgenev" in November
and December, "The Gin
Game" in January, "Ruth-
less" in March and "The
Tale of the Allergist's Wife"
in May.
"There is a good variety
of plays," said Ms. Wake-
field. "The Daytona Play-


house Committee likes to
start with something light."
And residents can help
make the 2007-2008 season
of the Daytona Playhouse a
success.
"We want to encourage
people to volunteer for this
community theater," said
Ms. Wakefield. "It takes
many people behind the
scenes to make it work.
Local people are welcome

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BY STEPHANIE DIXON
Entertainment writer
The works of Salvador Dali,
a Spanish surrealist painter,
will make a real appearance
today at the Museum of Arts
and Sciences in Daytona
Beach.
Mostly known for his
abstract painting "The Persis-
tence of Memory," Dali's
works will be on display
through Nov. 11 in two
exhibits titled "Fruits and
Flowers: Dali's Botanical
Prints" and "Tilting at Wind-
mills: Dali Illustrates Cer-
vantes' 'Don Quixote.'"
"These two exhibits, on
loan from the Salvador Dali
Museum in St. Petersburg,
give such a range of the works
Dali did," said Christina Lane,
communications director of
MOAS. "'Fruits and Flowers'
gives a softer image of Dali,
while Don Quixote was very
interesting. It is a view of him
you would not normally see."
Volusia County residents
will have the opportunity to
view 24 botanical photolitho-
graphs as part of the "Fruits
and Flowers" exhibit.
"Photolithographs are
high-quality photo reproduc-
tions in a limited edition of
the original works," said Dirk
Armstrong, assistant curator
of the Salvador Dali Museum.
"To be blunt, it is a very high-
, quality poster."
The fruits works date from
1968 and the flowers,works
date from 1969, said Mr. Arm-
strong.


The Don Quixote-inspired
exhibit will feature Dali works
from 1957 and etchings and
engravings from 1964-1971,
said Mr. Armstrong.
"The Don Quixote works
are significant because they
were Dali's first lithographs,"
he said. "It is a more involved
process than etching or
engraving because Dali had
never done lithography
before. He had the ability to
experiment. He soaked loaves
of bread in ink, bullets, eggs,
silly putty. He was in his mid-
50s, so he was still experi-
menting."
To go along with the Dali
exhibits, seven surreal films
will be shown through Nov.
11.
"The documentaries focus
on Dali and his life and the
surreal aspect of his work,"
said Ms. Lane. "He latched on
to the press coverage and
loved to be different and
unique and outrageous. The
documentaries will show a
good picture of how Dali was
and what he meant to the art
world."
The surreal films will
include "Dali," "Spellbound,"
"Nosferatu," "The Death of
Salvador Dali," "Orpheus,"
"The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari"
and "Brazil." Films will be
shown at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m.
daily in the 266 Seat Root
Auditorium. All films are free
for members or with paid
admission.
"If you think of Dali, you
might think of something dif-
ferent than what we are
showing," said Ms. Lane. "The
exhibits show a breadth, a
wide range of his works."
The Museum of Arts and
Sciences' hours are from 9
a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday


Photo courtesy of Salvador Dali Museum in St. Petersburg
This work, titled 'Fuitstroues,' may be viewed at the 'Fruits
and Flowers: Dali's Botanical Prints' exhibit at the Museum
of Arts and Sciences. The exhibit, opening today, will
showcase 24 botanical photolithographs using 19th centu-


ry botanical prints.
through Saturday, and from
11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday.
Admission is $12.95 for
adults, $6.95 for children ages
6 to 17 and $10.95 for seniors
and students. Members and
children 5 and younger are
admitted free. Admission


includes the planetarium.
MOAS is fully accessible to
the handicapped. MOAS is
located at 352 S. Nova Road,
Daytona Beach.
For more information, call
(386) 255-0285 or visit the Web
site atwww.moas.org.


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Free children's life vests will
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Holocaust art exhibit
opens Sept. 11
The fifth annual Holo-
caust Exhibit will open Tues-
day, Sept. 11 and run
through Sept. 21 at the Sara
Fox Gallery House, 110 N.
HalifaxAve., Daytona Beach,
directly behind the Ocean
Center.
The exhibit, by artist Sara
Auerbach Fox, is a tribute
to her parents and all that
humanity lost
The exhibit consists of her
mother's video testimony to
the Michigan Holocaust
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party: The Daytona Blues
Society will host this party
featuring Alligator Records
artist Tinsley Ellis at The
Bank & Blues Club on Main
Street Doors will open at 8
p.m.; the first set will start at
9 p.m. Admission is $12 or
$10 for DBS members.
*New River Bluegrass
Concert: This acoustic
bluegrass group will hit the
stage at 7 p.m. at the Day-
tona Beach Bandshell. All
concerts are free and are
presented by Friends of the
Bandshell and the city of
Daytona Beach. Chair
rentals are available. No
coolers are allowed in the
Bandshell. For more infor-
mation, visit the Web site at
www.bandshell.org or
www.newriverbluegrass.co
m.
*Ballroom dance: The
Greater Daytona Chapter of
USA Dance will host this
event from 7-10:30 p.m. at
the City Island Recreation
Center, 108 E. Orange Ave.,
Daytona Beach. Ballroom,
swing and Latin music will
be provided by a local dee-
jay. The cost is $6 for mem-
bers and $8 for non-mem-
bers. Attire is dressy casual.
For more' information, call
(386) 756-8433.
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the 1940s in Cyprus camp
and Palestine and sculp-
tures and Holocaust paint-
ings.
Exhibit hours are from 1
to 5 p.m. and will be closed
Thursday, Sept. 13.
Admission is free.
Groups are admitted by
appointment.
For more information, call
(386) 258-5333.

Holly Hill library
to host Recovery
Month photo exhibit
The Holly Hill Public
Library will host a photo


Seals of Volusia, Flagler
Counties and the Disabili-
ties Coalition of Volusia will
host this expo at the Port
Orange YMCA, 4701 City
Center Parkway. The expo
will offer information,
resources and interactive
experiences for children
and adults with disabilities.
Programs designed with the
senior population in mind
also will be a part of the
event. Activities will include
wheelchair sports clinics in
tennis, basketball and soft-
ball, demonstrations by
canine companions, work-
shops and seminars 'on top-
ics ranging from guardian-
ship and trust, living with
blindness, understanding
autism, sign language for
babies, self-advocacy and
free vision and hearing
screenings. Members of
Volusia's UPC/WORC will
cook lunch by the pool
deck, which will be open to
all participants for swim-
ming. The public may
attend this free event. For
more information, call (386)
255- 4568 or visit the Web
site at www.easterseals-
volusiaflagler.org.
*Back-to-School Fun
Fest: Volusia County
Leisure Services will host
this event from noon to 4


exhibit throughout Septem-
ber in recognition of Nation-
al Alcohol and Drug Addic-
tion Recovery Month.
The photos, taken by resi-
dential clients of the Stew-
art-Marchman Center, were
collected by Patrick Van
Dusen, a senior professor of
photography at Daytona
Beach Community College.
Mr. Van Dusen volunteers
with Stewart-Marchman's
Residential Adolescent Pro-
gram, handing out cameras
and assignments to help the
youths look inside them-
selves and deeper into the
world around them. Assign-
ments include "my prob-


p.m. at River Breeze Park,
250 H.H. Burch Road, Oak
Hill. The event will cele-
brate the start of the new
school year with a day of
games and prizes. A raffle
for new school supplies will
be held at 2 p.m. Partici-
pants should wear swim-
suits for the water slide.
Free snow cones will be
available courtesy of Volu-
sia County Government. A
playground, picnic tables,
pavilions, boat ramps to the
Indian River, fishing and
camping will be available.
For more information, call
(386) 736-5953.

SUNDAY, SEPT. 9
*5 O'Clock Charlie: This
one-man rock band will hit
the stage at 6 p.m. at the
Daytona Beach Bandshell.
All concerts are free and are
presented by Friends of the
Bandshell and the city of
Daytona Beach. Chair
rentals are available. No
coolers are allowed in the
Bandshell. For more infor-
mation, visit the Web site at
www.bandshell.org

TUESDAY, SEPT. 11
*VFW honors police, fire-


lem," "missed opportuni-
ties," "inspiration,"
"strength," "hope" and
"reflection."
Mr. Van Dusen will speak
about the project and pho-
tographs at the library at
3:30 p.m., Friday, Sept. 7,
3:30 p.m., Wednesday, Sept.
12, 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 22,
and 3:30 p.m., Friday, Sept.
28.
The library is open from 9
a.m. to 5 p.m., Tuesday
through Saturday, at 1066
Ridgewood Ave., Holly Hill.
For more information, call
(386) 239-6454.
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man and paramedics: Port
Orange Veterans of Foreign
Wars Post 3282 will host the
sixth anniversary of Sept. 11
and Patriot Day to celebrate
the Port Orange firefighter,
paramedic and policeman
of the year. The dinner will
start at 5 p.m. The public
may attend. To make reser-
vations, call (386) 761-7217.

WEDNESDAY,
SEPT. 12
*Daytona Discovered
Finals: Participant registra-
tion will be held from 7-8
p.m., followed by show time
from 8:30 p.m. to midnight
at Tailgaters, 219 S. Atlantic
Ave., Daytona Beach. This is
the final round of competi-
tion. Many singers have
already competed, and the
finalists have taken home
prizes from area business-
es. Finalists will move onto
the final round and com-
pete for recording time and
a professional photo shoot.
Two winners are chosen at
each of the five preliminary
contests, and they move on
to the final competition.
The event is free. For mpre
information, call the hotline
for Daytona Discovered at
(386) 323-7777.


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Hilton Ramirez of Daytona Beach shakes maracas to
the beat of the Blue Notes band during a free Sunday
dance at The Casements in Ormond Beach.

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to get involved."
The playhouse is actively
recruiting volunteers, said
Ms. Wakefield. Members
meet the second Sunday of
each month.
"There are many roles to
play," said Ms. Wakefield.
"People need not be afraid
to commit to an entire sea-
son."
Show dates for "Don't
Dress for Dinner" are at 8
p.m., Sept. 7-8 and 13-15,
and at 2 p.m., Sept. 9 and 16.
The playhouse is located
at 100 Jessamine Blvd. in
Daytona Beach.
Ticket prices are $14 for
adults, $12 for seniors (55
and older) and $10 for youth
18 and younger. For the
Thursday, Sept. 13 perform-
ance only, students with a
valid student ID will be
admitted for $5 each. There
is a 10 percent discount for
groups of 20 or more adults.
To make reservations, call
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Undefeated area teams head into Week 2 of prep football


BY ANITA BEVINS
Sports writer


Calvary Christian Academy
collected its first official win in
the history of the school's
football program last week by
besting Lake Mary Preparato-
ry 36-14. This week, the Lions
face a much tougher oppo-
nent in district contender
Warner Christian Academy.
Warner staged a 40-13 win
over Father Lopez last week.
For the game this week, the
Florida High School Athletic
Association Web site has
already posted a score of 0-49,
with Warner claiming the vic-
tory against Calvary days
before the teams actually line
up on the field. Depending on
your allegiance, that could
be either prognostication or
motivation.
"I look forward to showing
that to the kids. That is awe-
some. I'm putting that up,"
Calvary head coach Chris
Landi said about the Web site
error.
"They have been working
so hard," he said. "This will be


the toughest game that we
have had to date, but we look
forward to the challenge of
playing such a good team. In
order to be the best, you have
to beat the best, and (Warner
is) consistently the best small
school program in the area for
years."
The Mainland Buccaneers
stepped up to the challenge at
DeLand with a decisive 37-7
victory last Friday. The Bucs
play their second consecutive
road game tonight at Lake
Gibson, another one of those
talented 5A teams that fell to
state champion Lakeland in
the playoffs last season.
"They are rated No. 3 in the
state, two places behind Lake-
land, and in some polls they
are rated higher than Lake-
land," Mainland head coach
John Maronto said about Lake
Gibson. "They have an expe-
rienced team with 28 seniors,
and they have nine Division 1
prospects. They are very tal-
ented. It's going to be a great
ballgame for us. It is an
opportunity for us to see how
far along we have come, and


we have come a long way in a
week's time.
This one has been on the
Bucs' radar since the presea-
son.
"Our players are looking
forward to this game. It is a
non-district game, but when
you are playing good compe-
tition it is very exciting. It
brings out the best in the best
players."
Seabreeze will host Flagler
Palm Coast at Municipal Sta-
dium tonight at 7 p.m., and is
looking for its second straight
home win. FPC took a hit last
weekend, falling to 3A power-
house St. Augustine 24-7. But
Seabreeze is fresh off a chal-
lenging contest against
Spruce Creek. The 'Crabs beat
the Hawks 35-27 in the season
opener.
Seabreeze quarterback Troy
Dannehower had a breakout
game against FPC last year
with four TDs. After having an
arm (and a leg) in five scores
against Spruce Creek last
week, the senior has set the
stage for another big game.
Father Lopez has the week
off to prepare for next Friday's
game at Pierson Taylor.


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Seabreeze Sandcrab running back Leroy Houston (No. 5) streaks through the Spruce
Creek Hawk's defense during a running play at Municipal Stadium in Daytona Beach. The
Sandcrabs came through during the fourth quarter with a 35-27 win over the Hawks.


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Volusia Gators score visit from UF coach


Randy Barber/staff photographer
University of Florida basketball coach Billy Donovan
spoke to the Volusia Gator Club at the Hilton Beachfront in
Daytona Beach recently.


BY ANITA BEVINS
Sports writer
Two hours before Florida
basketball coach Billy
Donovan was scheduled to
speak to the Volusia Gator
Club,. fans decked out in
their brilliant orange and
blue streamed through the
revolving door of the Day-
tona Hilton.
Donovan knows a little
something about revolving
doors, having spun
through one this spring
that spanned the distance
between the Orlando
Magic and the UF basket-
ball offices.
But he got out of the
whirlwind at the same spot
he entered it at home in
Gainesville.
"For whatever reason,
my heart didn't follow
there (Orlando)," Donovan


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said. "My heart really
wanted to be in Florida. I
don't have any regrets
about the decision I
made."
After leading the Gators
to back-to-back national
championships, Donovan
has the monumental task
of maintaining the Gator
glory with only one junior
and three sophomores on
his roster. The team is
young and inexperienced
in the ways of Southeast-
ern Conference basketball.
"I don't have anyone on
the team but Walter Hodge,
who played a significant
role in terms of minutes
they got," Donovan said.
"Having five freshmen,
there is a newness to what
we are doing. I think the
thing that is probably
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BY ANITA BEVINS
Sports writer


Recent improvements to
Daytona International
Speedway were not enough
to entice the Indy Racing
League to return to the track
for racing or testing in the
coming months.
According to Andrew
Booth, Media Relations man-
ager at DIS, "IndyCar Series
Teams informed IRL officials
that it was easier for them to
make one trip to Homestead
to test one day on the oval
and the second day on the
road course and get all the
information they needed (vs.
traveling a second time to
Florida to test at DIS).
"The IndyCar Series chose
DIS as a possible option for
road-course pre-season test-
ing. The league continues to
feel that it is a viable road
course option."
Booth went on to say that
DIS has not scheduled an IRL
event for the coming year,
but that the speedway is
"always open to exploring
new events for The World
Center of Racing."
The IRL sent a scout squad
of teams for a compatibility
test at Daytona last Septem-
ber, and then returned with a
full contingent of drivers in
January. At that time, many
of the series' top drivers
spoke about the mystique of
driving on the famous Day-
tona high banks, and
expressed an interest in rac-
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13TH FORUM
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Discuss and identify issues
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Bethune-Cookman to face off against


mideastern conference favorite


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Jacksonville University tight end Jon Martinson tries to
sadk Wildcat quarterback Jimmie Russell of Bethune-
Cookman University as the Wildcats secured a 31-17 win
Saturday at Municipal Stadium in Daytona Beach.


BY ANITA BEVINS
Sports writer

The pre-season pick to
win the Mid-Eastern Ath-
letic Conference comes
calling on Bethune-Cook-
man University tomorrow.
And the Wildcats are hop-
ing for a repeat of last
year's 41-13 win against
South Carolina State Uni-
versity.
"They have a great foot-
ball team; they have great
speed," BCU head coach
Alvin Wyatt said about
SCSU. "They always play
tough ball. It is a rivalry-
type atmosphere, and
these teams really go at
each other. It can set the
one for the rest of the sea-
son. We know we have to
be at the top of our game."
Last year's loss left South
Carolina coach Buddy
Pough a little bewildered.
He doesn't know is how, to
correct the shortcomings
of his team in last year's


"It is a rivalry-type atmosphere, and these
teams really go at each other. It can set the
one for the rest of the season. We know we
have to be at the top of our game."

Alvin Wyatt
Bethune-Cookman University head coach


game because he can't
explain the Wildcats'
aggressive comeback.
"I don't know quite what
happened last year, and it
was obvious I didn't know,"
Pough said about the
worse loss in his tenure at
SCSU. "We were up 10-0 or
14-0, I don't know. I've
been afraid to watch that
tape. Then we were down
and it just got worse.
Bethune got behind, and it
was almost as if we made
them mad. They came out
and just beat the starch
out of us."
In last week's season


opener, BCU also beat
some starch out of Jack-
sonville University (31-17).
In that game, quarterback
Jimmie Russell and run-
ning back Justin Brannon
each topped 100 yards
rushing. Russell also
tacked on another 100
yards in passing.
"When's he's healthy, he
is super," Wyatt said about
Russell. "He is healthy
right now, and hopefully


that can continue
throughout the course of
the season. He had an out-
standing game (against JU)
as far as passing no
interceptions, no fumbles.
Whether Russell and
company attack SCSU
through the air or on the
ground will depend on
SCSU.
"We don't even come in
thinking we are going to
throw or we are going to
run the football," Wyatt
said. "Whatever the
defense gives us, that's
what we are going to do."
The game marks the first
conference showdown of
the season for both teams.
Game time is set for 4
p.m. at Municipal Stadium.
bevins@hometownnew-
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Fresh faces build on Eagles' success


BY ANITA BEVINS
Sports writer
For soccer coach Saman-
tha Baggett, the opportunity
to work at Embry-Riddle
Aeronautical University was
a matter of the right call at
the right time.
"It was funny," Baggett
said. "I was driving by the
stadium on Clyde Morris lit-
erally before I got the phone
call about the opening, and I
thought, 'You .know what?
That would be a pretty cool
job.' And it was literally a
week later to that day that I
got a call. I immediately,
from the beginning, said,
'definitely.'
"I was approached by the
University of Florida and the
University of Texas, and with
neither of those did I go any
further. But this job, for so
many' reasons, was appeal-
ing.", ..
Not only did the job
appeal to the sixth-genera-
tion Ormond Beach native;
she, in turn, appealed to the
players.
"We were told we would
be involved in the recruiting
process; that we would be
able to interview a few dif-
ferent coaches," said outside
mid-fielder and Port Orange
resident Sarah Hirst. "As
soon as we interviewed Sam,
we were done looking. She's
perfect and we love her.
"Just to see how excited


she was to come into this
program and know that we
are a small school (meant a
lot to us.) Sometimes a
coach's dream is to coach at
a big D-1 program. To know
that her family is here and
she is willing to embrace us
as her second family is just
awesome. She does the stu-
dent-person-player; she
really does embrace, that.
She is into making us better
people all around, not just
on the field. It has been very
nice. It was an easy transi-
tion; she made it a smooth
transition."
Although the women's
soccer team has a half-
dozen games already in the
books this year, Baggett is
still considered one of the
new faces on campus. She
and head baseball Randy
Stegall were introduced
along with dozens of fresh-
men athletes at ERAU's stu-
dent-athlete convocation
last week.
Stegall replaced long-time
baseball coach Ted Guil-
liams, and Baggett took over
the women's soccer team
from Dan Blank.
"I think you don't want to
lose sight of the amazing
work that coach Blank
before me did," Baggett said.
"All we are doing now is
adding on a new dimension
and a new perspective. It's
not trying to erase or change
what he has done. He was


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going to put somebody
into a starting position is
going to be a level of con-
sistency. Certainly you
would think that the soph-
omores and Walter would
have an upper hand, being
a little older and more
experienced.
"But I do like our fresh-
men a lot, I think they do
work hard and there is a lot
for them to learn. But right
now to pin down who we
may start would be too
hard. I think a lot of times
people get concerned
about who starts, and
coaches are more con-
cerned about who's on the
floor finishing games."
The Gators began work-
outs last week. Donovan
said he still needs to see
how the players practice,
how they get along and
how they share the ball
before having a feel for the
team.


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know any of these guys. I
know them as kids and I
know their skills, but I
don't know their internal
make-up, how competitive
they are and how tough
they are," Donovan said. "I
don't think we are talking
about winning national
championships, but we
want to be the best we can
be, and that requires a
great work ethic."
Donovan has two
months to get the team up
to speed before Florida
opens its exhibition season
Nov. 1 against Flagler Col-
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SEC schedule gets under
way Jan. 8 against Alaba-
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BY ANITA BEVINS
Sports writer
The Mainland
School volleyball
busy summer of w
out twice a wee]
attending camps pai
its pre-season Classi
Bucs won both of its
against Pine RidgE
New Smyrna, pick
some confidence
with the victories.
"Once you get on
cial game, it flows
there, "junior Amber
said.
And working on th
has been a big part
Bucs' program. Ma
returns only three
players this season
that's a pretty goo(
centage, when you c
er the team barely
enough to field a squ
season.
In 12 months, a l
changed for the voll
team.
This spring, coach
dra Garner saw two s
sign college scholars
play volleyball -
unheard, of accom


ment in years past. Her
players also set five all-
time Mainland records for
High kills, serves, aces and digs
team's last season.
workingg Even better, two of those
k and record holders return this
d off in fall Eboni Washington
c. The and Sarah Garner. Garner
games set two marks last year with
e and 293 serves and 102 aces,
ng up but she's not satisfied.
along "I have to be more con-
sistent with my serves,"
e offi- Sarah said. "I misjudge
from where I am, and sometimes
Cirelli I serve too far or way too
short. But I think it's pretty
ie flow good right now.
of the Garner credits the sum-
inland mer camps with improving
varsity her game. She went to
i, but camp all but three weeks,
d per- and that short break
onsid- included a trip to the sur-
y had geon to repair shredded
ad last ligaments in her left knee.
Garner now wears a light-
ot has weight graphite brace, but
leyball said she is absolutely ready
for the season.
San- The Bucs have also
eniors improved significantly in
hips to depth. Coach Garner had
- an enough players to field an
iplish- 11-member varsity and a


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12-member junior varsity
squad this year.
"I know there were a
bunch of us going around
and asking people, 'Hey,
why don't you try out?'",
Cirelli said. "We were get-
ting people to come out
and try it. Even if they
weren't very good at first,
we went out and found
people and motivated
them to play with us."
This weekend, the Bucs'
motivation will focus on
hosting and winning The
Mainland Volleyball Tour-
nament, a single elimina-
tion round-robin.
"We are real excited,"
coach Garner said. "We
have two of the best hitters
in the county. If we can get
our ball control going, we
can get our sets."
The tournament begins
at 8 a.m. at Mainland's
Vince Carter Athletic Facili-
ty. Teams from Seabreeze,
Atlantic, Titusville, Semi-
nole, Fort Pierce, Central
and Taylor are expected to
participate.
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Randy Barber/staff photographer
Mainland High School volleyball player Sarah Garner tips the ball over the net during a
home game against DeLand High School at the Vince Carter Athletic Center in Daytona
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Racers dash to St. Augustine


over Labor Day weekend


BY ANITA BEVINS
Sports writer


A little rain and a little
wind met area yacht club
racers at the start of the St.
Augustine Dash last Friday.
The 54-mile course ran
from Ponce Inlet to the bell
buoy off St. Augustine,
beginning at 5 p.m.
Crews from the Smyrna
Yacht Club dominated the
race, with two boats out of
the Halifax River Yacht
Club, the sponsoring club,
finishing in the points.
The previous weekend,
the HRYC staged the Gary
Gorden Memorial Race.


The SYC had another
strong showing, sweeping
the Bimini Class. In the
Spinnaker Fleet, HRYC
took the top three spots.

St. Augustine Dash
Bimini Class:
1. Island Time (SYC)
2. New Fortune (SYC)
3. Frankly Speaking
(SYC)
Non-Spinnaker Class:
1. Twilight (HRYC)
2. Rapsody (SYC)
Spinnaker Class:
1. Obsession (HRYC)
2. Misty (SYC)


3. Breaking Wind (SYC)

Gary Gorden
Memorial Race
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2. Island Time (SYC)
3. New Fortune (SYC)
Spinnaker Class
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2. Toki (HRYC)
3. Spongecake (HRYC)
Non-Spinnaker Class
1. Twilight (HRYC) ,
2. Perpetual Motion (no
club affiliation)
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Holly Hill is conducting
sign-ups for youth flag foot-
ball.
Players 8 to 14 years old
may sign up from 8 a.m. to 6
p.m., Monday through Fri-
day, at the Recreation Cen-
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The fee will be $35 per
player. A copy of the player's
birth certificate must be
presented during registra-
tion, which ends Friday,
Sept. 28.
For more information, call
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Registration for
men's softball league,
planned
The city of Ormond Beach
Leisure Services Depart-
ment will have its eighth
annual men's fall softball
league beginning Oct. 1.
Games (16 minimum) will
run until approximately the
middle of December.
Games will be played
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
and Friday nights at the Air-
port Sports Complex Soft-
ball Quad/Field No. 7, as
well as Nova Field No. 1.
Players must be 18 years of


age to participate. Game
softballs will be provided.
Rules, regulations and fees
will be discussed at the pre-
season meeting at 7 p.m.,
Thursday, Sept. 13, at the
Leisure Services Registration
Office, Performing Arts Cen-
ter, 399 N U.S. 1. A represen-
tative must attend to collect
information packets and dis-
cuss league rules.
To reserve a spot in the
league for a team, call Gerry
Pitchford, athletic supervisor,
at (386) 676-3280 or send an
e-mail to pitchford@ormond-
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Lately, I have received
several letters from
newcomers to our
area who are struggling to
switch from fresh-water
fishing to the subtleties of
our own brackish water
environment.
I have a lot of sympathy
for them, for I was confront-
ed with the same set of
problems nearly 40 years
ago.
Almost everyone who is
new to salt water arrives
with the notion that heavy
lines, steel leaders and
copious amounts of weight
are a must. I, too, began
fishing the Indian and
Halifax rivers with stout rods
full of useless terminal
tackle.
Oh, had only someone
done me the favor I am
trying to do for you. Never
the brightest bulb on the
tree, little by little I discov-
ered lighter is better.
Actually, I remember
exactly when the revelation
hit me. Well, maybe not the
date (late 1970s), but the
moment. Somehow, I had
stumbled upon a group of
old timers who were taking
great trout catches by
wading Turtle Mound. Each
fisherman was taking home
three to six trout more than
4 pounds on a daily basis.
Not bad for a fishing trip
that was over by 9 a.m.
I watched and learned
that most were using free-
lined live shrimp and others
used a Mirro-Lure. You can .
be sure that I was there the
next morning with a bucket
of shrimp and a heart full of
optimism. I gave it a valiant
effort, but caught nothing
while the regulars each
came away with their usual
catch.
This repeated for several
days until a kindly old gent
took pity on a rookie and
told me the trouble was with
my heavy line. The trick was
to keep the shrimp moving
with the tide and my 15-
pound mono was acting like
an anchor. Go to six pound,
he said, and I did.
The next dawn, my
frustration was even greater
for my reel would not cast
the light line with only a
shrimp as weight. Backlash,
birds nest, whatever you


DAN SMITH
Inshore fishing

prefer to call it, the result
was a mess.
Now I would have to
rethink all of my equipment.
I bought a tiny Diawa
spinning reel, spooled it
with my 6-pound test and
mounted it on a 7-foot
medium action rod.
That rig cost me around
$50, which in the 1970s was
no small investment.
Next, I bought a good pair
of chest waders to keep the
winter chill out, and that
brought my bill to around
$100. Ouch! However, on my
next trip to Turtle Mound, I
caught four trout that would
be considered "gator"
anywhere, and fishing bliss
was mine.
To be sure, pyramid
sinkers and steel leaders
have their place, but they
will limit your hook-ups on
most inshore species. A
good rule is to start with no
weight and add split shot
until you can get a good cast
from your equipment. Use
no more lead than you need
to reach the fish.
If you can accomplish that
without any weight, so
much the better. Line from 6
to 10 pounds, fished with
very little weight will give
you many more hook-ups
and do much to increase
your fun quotient. Isn't that
really what it is all about?
Dan Smith has fished the
waters of Volusia County for
more than 35 years. When
he's not fishing, the retired
contractor is heavily
involved with the Ormond
Beach Historical Trust. For
questions or comments send
an e-mail to
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WHEN TO EVACUATE

Joe Zelenak


A lot of people ask me about how to decide
if you should evacuate or not. There are many
scenarios and not everyone is right for every
individual. As a general rule, if you have a cate-
gory 1 storm coming with no reasonable
chance of it intensifying, it is usually safe to
remain in the area. However, if you live in a
mobile home, a low-lying area or on the beach,
you will need to evacuate if you are advised to
do so. In a category 2 or 3 storm, most areas
east of US 1 will be evacuation zones. If you
live in these areas and are told to leave, do so.
Always evacuate from mobile homes and the
beach areas along with all low-lying flood
plains. If you live in an unsafe or wood frame
house built prior to 1992, you may want to
consider evacuating also. Remember, anything
above a category 2 storm is going to do lots of
damage. You should not stay unless your home
is safe. If you have a category 4 or 5 coming or
even if the possibility exists for a cat 4 or cat
5...you should consider leaving the area.
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386-322-1890 S Vol
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able needs minimal vent-
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AMP BASS guitar: Fend-
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386-676-9125 N Vol
BICYCLE $25.
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BICYCLE: FEMALE, 26
inch, 12 speed, silver,
good shape, $15 NoVol
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BOOK SHELF: Great
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CEILING FANS high
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CHAIRS 2 french prov.
gold velv bedroom chairs
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COFFEE TABLE w/ 2
end tables & entry table
all metal/glass $100.
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COLOR TV 27" sony ex.
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Doctor's Scale $25.00
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large $30, one 'medium
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DOOR: STORM, 36 inch
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DRESSER SOLID maple
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deck hardly used vg cond
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STOVE GE Gas 4 Burner
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Evening phone
386-427-8578


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Open House Sat. 8th
1-4 1305 Wayne Ave. 3/2
$220,000. Weichert Real-
tors Carolyn Queener
386-366-2200


NEW SMYRNA BEACH
Open House Sun. 9/9
1-4. Better than new!
2755 Glenwood-Islesboro
2/2 $175,900. Below ap-
praised value. Carolyn
Queener Weichert Real-
tor 386-366-2200


REBiNIL
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lpm-4pm 8 Cypress
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sac, spacious living, din-
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space. Master bath has
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closing cost. Well land-
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Bring all offers. Dees
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386-212-1456
Port Orange- Open
House, Sunday 12-3pm
1195 Southfork Ct. 3/2/2,
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Call for directions. Assist
2 Sell Premier. Realty
386-323-7199
SOUTH DAYTONA
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see photos online at
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$124,500 or best offer
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386-677-1014
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DAYTONA BEACHSIDE
Steal, Terrific location for
this recently updated
2/1.5 near shopping &
beach $99,500. Pet
friendly. Carmen Bosco
Wendy Powers Realty
386-441-9900'
DELAND Beverly Villas
719A E. Michigan, 2/2
End Unit Condo. 55+.
New Air, Carpeting &
Tile. Never smoked in.
Convenient Parking.
$105,000. Avail. Immedi-
ately. Pennie Hansen,
Exit Realty Hometeam
386-304-3335 / 290-1535
FLOATING CONDO-
Beautiful 37ft sail boat,
sleeps 4 adults in 3 beds,
w/galley & head. Docked
in Daytona off Beach St.
Slip avail. but xtra. Com-
pletely refurbished in last
2 yrs. $55,000. Call Bob
407-782-2333 or for pics
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FORT PIERCE, High
Point, 55+, Large 1 Br/
1-1/2 Bath, Screened
Porch. $72,000 Good
Credit required. Lease/
- purchase considered.
772-337-3317
NEW SMYRNA BEACH
Ocean front. One "f'the
best direct ocean front,
3rd floor corner, non driv-
ing beach, large 2 bd/2ba
condo ever built! Million
dollar view, fully furnish-
ed, most requested unit
for rental. 8 Windows w/
pristine ocean views from
the inlet to south beach.
Heated pool, huge club
house, ample parking,
tennis, grills, shuffle
board, & horseshoes.
Marked down from $750k
to $599K! 386-427-1876
ORMOND BY THE SEA
Priced for quick sale. Top
condition! Nicely furnish-
ed 2/2. Bright & open, Irg
screened balcony. $184,
900. Sue Morrison, Re-
Max Property Centre
386-290-6737
Riverside Condo- Furn
2nd fir unit, 1 BR/1 BA,
LR/DR combo, kit, balco-
ny. Right off Intracoastal.
On-site management. 3
pools, 2 dcks. Short walk
to beach, restaurants &
shopping at Bellair Plaza.
$115,000 Call Angelika
Schlieper, Century 21 A.
H. Stone & Assoc.
386-846-7196



1ST TIME BUYERS OR
INVESTORS!
2 or 3 BR home. Ready
Now. New roof, carpet,
paint, and appl. C/H/A,
garage, fenced back
yard. $114,900. Patsy
Dees Realty, Patsy Dees
Owner/Realtor
386-846-5807
Alexander Real Estate
Jeanne & Glenn Bush
386-690-90181690-9017
Edgewater-3b/2b/2cg
large home/yard on nice
St., spa, wet bar, indoor
grill & more $304,900
Edgewater-3b/2b/2cg
2002 home with new
paint & floors, fenced
yard -spotless $199,900
Oak Hill-4b/2b/wrkshp
.71 acre corner lot, wood
firs, great price $164,500
Oak Hill 4b/2.5b/2cg+
1.1 acre lot, 3 levels
w/basement $309,950.
New Smyrna Bch-3b/2b
'02 home, 1+ fenced
acre, cabana w/spa, pole
barn, private oasis
$319,000
New Smyrna Bch-
3b/2.5b (2) Turnbull Bay
2-story golf course view
townhomes, never occu-
pied, $268,000 ea.
CBS NEW HOME: 3/2/2,
Scrn porch, 9'4" ceil. XL
kit, insul windows, extra
high efficient. Many more
extras. $179,000.
772-633-1839 Vero Lake
Estates. Nr 1-95 & State
Rd 512.


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DAYTONA BEACH New
4br/2ba/2cg,Fountain
Lake, Ready to start.
Pick your colors!
$219,000 386-274-2130
crc#057202
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DAYTONA BEACH
BEACHSIDE HOME -
With beautiful view of
Halifax River & City Is-
land from scr. back porch
or MBR. 3Br/2ba, hard-
wood firs, fireplace. On
dead-end st. $249,000
Broker/Owner- Patsy
Dees, Dees Realty, LLC.
386-846-5807
DAYTONA BEACH Peli-
can Bay duplex/condo
overlooking water. 1500
sq.ft. 2/2/2-cg. encl.
back porch. Completely
renovated Reduced to
$21 OK. Appraised at
236K. Wachovia apprais-
al. 386-274-4801.







DAYTONA BEACH Pool
home on beautiful street.
Walk to beach. 3/2/2.
New roof '06. Open &
roomy. $259,900 Bonda
Garrison ReMax Property
Centre 386-871-0475
DAYTONA BEACH-
LPGA 3-r/2'-ba 16ts of
extras; -- Heaied-pool-&
spa, patio/wet bar,
Professionally land
escaped. Paver Driveway
$330,000 Owner
740-412-6530







DAYTONA KISS THE
LANDLORD GOOD-
BYEI!! Brand New
Homes $157,900 Stain-
less Steel Kitchen appli-
ances. Includes washer/
dryer Dan Stevens
386-871-8832 Prudential
Transact Realty

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EDGEWATER Edgewater
Lakes, Pre Construction
3br/2ba/2cg, Covered La-
nai, Community Pool,
Grand Entrance $164,900
386-478-1415 crc#057202
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EDGEWATER- NICE
Block/stuccolbrick,3bd/2
ba/lcg. New tile, carpet
& paint inside & out. Cen-
tral air. Lg. fenced yard
$142,500. 386-761-3730
EDGEWATER-Gorgeous
custom Key West style
home! Spacious rooms.
Water view of Indian Riv-
er Lagoon. $675,000.
First Realty, Inc.
321-626-0040




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Home w/great view on
golf course. 3br/3.5ba/2cg
with Office & Bonus room.
706-698-5505 More info &
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MAGNOLIA WATERS
Open Fri Mon 1-5. New
Homes from $179,900
Ready to Move Inl! Dan
Stevens 386-871-8832
PrudentialTransactRealty
New Smyrna Beach
19th St. 3/2 home. Listen
to the surf. New apple ,
A/C & tile. High Ceilings,
open kit. w/ brkfast bar.
Won't last long. Eva Fifer
Weichert Realtors,
386-314-6877


NEW SMYRNA- Huge
corner lot, 3bd/2ba.
Storm damaged, needs
work. Great potential.
$79,000. or best offer.
386-761-3730 / 235-3459
NICE POOL HOME 3/2/2
Huge lanai, hurry, relax
and enjoy! Only $242,753
Call Bonnie Raymond
today Weichert Realtors
Hallmark Properties
386-689-0187
ORMOND BEACH -
3br/2ba home. Just List-
ed & Priced to Sell. "Dial
Dawn" 386-235-4691
Dawn M. Beltrami, Benny
Miles, Inc. REALTORS
ORMOND BEACH -
BEACH HOUSE Steps to
the beach. Must see!
2/2/1 Open floor plan twin
breakfast bar, new ce-
ramic & carpet, fireplace,
ceiling fans, blinds, Flori-
da room, screened back
patio, lovely front porch
surrounded by lush lawn,
sprinkler system, huge
fenced back yard, washer
dryer, upgraded appls.,
reduced to $255,000 for
quick sale. Consider
short term lease to buy.
386-677-3844
ORMOND BEACH
Beach House for Rent
,Steps..to.,the beach. 2/2/1
Fireplace, Florida room,
screened back patio,
front' porch, ceramic
floors, carpet in bed-
rooms, sprinkler, washer
dryer, upgraded applian-
ces, pets negotiable,
$1100/ month. Consider
short term lease to buy.
386-677-3844
ORMOND BEACH New
4Br/2Ba concrete blk.
342 Military Blvd. Forest
Hills subdiv. $234,750
Evelyn Leahey GRI,
EXIT Beach Realty
;386-566-1203

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ORMOND BEACH
OPEN HOUSE
Sat. & Sun. 2 4 Super
Deal Great Home! 799
East Victoria Circle. Orig-
inally $279,000. Now
$235,900! 4/2/2. 2004 sf
living area. Built 1983
Refurbished. Kitchen
appliances, .floor cover-
ing, inside & outside
paint, roof, & super AC
system all new 2 yrs or
less. Ceramic tile & wood
laminate flooring. Berber
carpeted bedrooms. APS
Security & both Cable &
Direct TV installed. Ga-
rage has Lg attic storage
w/ pull-down stairs.
Fenced back yard Ig con-
crete patio. May call for
appoint. 386-673-5611
Should sell quickly at only
$235,900.
ORMOND BEACH, Cute
2BR/1BA w/room for toys
on 100x200 lot near
Tomoka boat ramp.
$169,900 Evelyn Leahey
GRI, Exit Beach Realty
386-566-1203
ORMOND BEACH- 77
Becon Tree Ct. 4/2 1664
sf. Tymber Creek home.
Fireplaces, deck, screen
porch. $217,000. Assist 2
Sell Premier Realty
386-323-7199
ORMOND BEACH-
JUST REDUCED! 452
Sauls St. 3/2/1, 1152 sf.
POOL home $179,900.
Assist 2 Sell Premier
Realty 386-323-7199
ORMOND BY THE SEA
2BR/1BA. A mid century
classic w/ wood burning
fireplace, vaulted cedar
ceiling, gorgeous lot.
Beautiful beach walkover
street. $199,000. Wendy
Powers Realty, Camille
Esposito 386-441-7278





ORMOND BY THE SEA
Cool off in sparkling
screened pool or head for
pristine, no-drive beach!
3/2/2 brick home on quiet
street. Well maintained;
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PALM BAY, NW 3/2/2,
master tub w/ jacuzzi, pri-
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pool, built '91, 1400 sq ft.
All flooring new. $215,000
321-952-8679
PALM CITY 3/3/2
Cobblestone 1/2 acre
corner lot, lake & golf
view, scrnd pool, Jacuzzi,
vaulted ceilings no
membership rqd. $534K
Call Pat 561-876-1885
PALM CITY Danforth
Subdivision on lake,
3br/2ba/2cg with Pool &
Fenced yard. Wood
floors and beautiful front
door. $489,000
772-631-6682


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3000sf. Built 2002. Pool,
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941- 586-7290 see slide
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POTRY08%ANGE 101
Stratford Sq. 3/2/2, 1342
sf. In Cambridge. Lots of
recent upgrds. $234,900.
Assist 2 Sell Premier
Realty 386-323-7199
PORT ORANGE 405
Grant St. 2/2, 1625 sf.
Close to US 1. Huge
fenced yard. Large utility
room. $179,999. Assist 2
Sell Premier Realty
386-323-7199
PORT ORANGE Are
you ready to make a
deal? Quality built R.
Linsley home. 2 master
suites, split plan, bright &
open 2cg, fenced yd.
$179,900 Re/Max All Pro
Realty, Shawn Matthews
386-295-1896






PORT ORANGE
REDUCED $50,000
$549,000 to $499,000

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NEW TOWN TERRACE
TOWN PARK ESTATES.
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BEAUTIFUL VIEW OF
LARGE LAKE, LOTS OF
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PORT ORANGE 2006
built home. Vineyards
Sub. 4 or 3 bedroom
plan. Loaded w/ up-
grades. Granite/ thermo
panes/ laminate flooring/
clean air sys. Owner/
transfer sacrifice @
$298,000 5455 St. Regis
Way Call Shawrd Mat-
thews at Re/Max All Pro
Realty 386-295-1896
PORT ORANGE Village
of Royal Palm. Gated,
comm. Clubhouse, two
pools, tennis, gym, etc.
3/2/2-cg., 1600 sq 'ft.
1444 Areca Palm Dr.
30K below builders price.
386-212-5129
PORT ORANGE 16 Acre
Estate. 2447 Tomoka
Farms Rd. 4bd/2.5bath,
2500 sq.ft. living, Lg. scrn
pool. 2 two car garages.
3600 sq.ft. remodeled
barn withsep. living area.
Very private, gated and
fenced. Close to 1-95 and
US 92. $2,000,000.
386-334-7943
PORT ORANGE fsbo:
3/2/2, excellent condition,
porch & backyard. Cen-
tral to shopping &
schools, US 434 & 1-95
$185,000. Low down.
Ideal for first time home
buyer. 407-452-8680/81
PORT ORANGE- 3/2/2,
erct pal.,c ignited water
garden, completely re-
modeled. Close to
1-95/1-4. $227,000/ obo
407-252-8218

PORT ORANGE-
3bd/3ba/3cg, approx.
3200 sq ft., oversized
pool & scr. patio, loaded
amenities.Fireplace.
$599,000. 386-767-2299
SOUTH DAYTONA
2001 S. Palmetto, 3/2,
2080SF. Lrg spaces. So-
lar hted, in ground pool.
Boat pad. $335t1000 As-
sist 2 Sell Premier Reair
386-323-7199
SOUTH DAYTONA
BY OWNER Largo
Way 3/1 Florida Room
$124,500 or best offer
Inspec: 10-5 Sat-Sun.
Home sold to highest
bidder 386-615-0798




HUTCHINSON ISLAND
By Owner, fast sale.
3/2.5/2 w/office. Gated
comm. on lake, across
from ocean. Pool &
clubhouse, 2 yrs new.
$395,000 954-658-9475
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ORMOND BY THE SEA
Direct oceanfront Town-
house. 3 story with Roof
top deckl 3Br/ 2Ba/ 2car
garage. 3400 Ocean-
shore Dr. $579,000 Call
Shawn Matthews @
Re/Max All Pro Realty
386-295-1896
ORMOND VILLA steps'
to beach LOW fees,
Pets, pool, tennis, 1BD +
add'rm, sidewalks, new
AC/wtrhtr $124,900/offer
386-344-2600
PORT ORANGE Town-
home Lrg. 2BR,2BA, fire-
place, 2 scr. porches.
Over 1400sf. Seller will
help w/closing cost.
$149,900. Re/Max All Pro
Realty, Shawn Matthews
386-295-1896



LAKE PARK 2br/2ba
with fenced yard on Cul
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$185,000 Call VanHorn
Realty LLC 561-503-0378




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comm., totally furnished PORT SAINT LUCIE, FL
w/42" plasma TV, close 604 NW Stanford Ln
to beach. $34,000. 4BR2.5BA 2,166sf+/-.
386-323-1686 / 843-9149 Opening BId:.$50,000
FORT PIERCE, FL
4200 N Ala #310-b
2BR 2BA 1,053sf+/-
condo. Built 1982.
Opening Bid: $50,000
Above properties sell:
Senior Park 3:15pm, Tue., Sep. 18th
Senior Parkc Pat 604 NW Stanford Ln,
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386-682-2951 / 427-6054


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* 3765 Thayer Ln
4BR 2.5BA 2,298sf+/-.
Built 2005. Approx .14ac.
Opening Bid: $50,000
CAPE CANAVERAL, FL
* 732 Bayside Dr #204
3BR 2BA 2,032sf+/-. Built
2005.
Opening Bid: $50,000
Above properties sell:
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18th at 3765 Thayer Ln,
Melbourne, FL


PORT ORANGE, FL 325 S. Brighton Dr.
5BR 2.5BA 2,436sf+/-. Built 1977. Approx .3ac lot.
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1 to 10 acre wooded
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Starting $5,000/acre.
706-364-4200
HORSE & BUGGY
Country Beautiful 3Br
2Ba ranch, carpet, ap-
pliances, central air.
Full basement & large
pole building. N.E.
Ohio. $149,900, Owner
financing. 330.699-5723
KENTUCKY
35 acres on beautiful
Green River $99,900.
*10acs. Barn, pond,
$54,900. *1lac.
$500/down $105/mo.
*175acs w/new cabin,
creek, $1795/acre.
270-999-0179
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KENTUCKY 100 acres,
Exc. hunting, farm in-
come $200K. *Also 655
acres w/70ac lake. Beau-
tiful views! Hunting &
fishing. Building site,
*Great Investments*
Owner 270-556-3576
LOOK For the price of
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you can buy 10, 20, even
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Lovely 4BR/2.5Ba,
2400sf home on approx.
2 acres in Perry, Fla., a
small rural town approx.
50 miles SE of Tallahas-
see. Beautiful pool & pa-
tio area w/tall privacy
fence, gazebo w/hottub.
Reduced- $245,000. Call
386-658-3378 or cell
386-208-2589. (fsbo)
N GEORGIA & NC
MOUNTAINS $39,900/
$69,900 Homesites.
Land/ log home pkg kits
starting $79,900. Panor-
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N.C. Smoky Mountains,
Maggie Valley. Secluded
cabin, grt view. Near Blue
Ridge pkwy, reservation
& casino. On 1 acre.
Completely Furnished.
$139,000.863-514-0259
NC MOUNTAINS. 4.1
acres directly on
US19/129 1 mile E of
Andrews. 550ft road
front, creek borders back
of property. Level easy to
build on. Main road to
Asheville. High visibility,
traffic count. Great for
business, rental cabins or
investment. FSBO.
$149,000 770-722-4391
NC LAND:
43acs. Huge waterway,
3Bdrm" Cedar-sided
home, 3 homesites, deer,
ducks, fish.
AWESOME: $319,990.
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NC LOG CABIN
Beautiful 2BR/ 2BA, fully
furnished w/ wrap-around
deck & hot tub. Like New!
Rental Incomel Great
investment-Smoky Mtns.
321-432-1557 $185,000
NC MOUNTAINS, 30'
mins. to Ashville, 5 mins.
to Lake James, new gat-
ed development, 1.08 ac,
paved roads, under-
ground utilities, corner lot,
$44,000. 321-453-2891


735 Out of Area
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NORTH CAROLINA
MOUNTAINS
Asheville's finest protect-
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2 to 6 acre tracts. Fan-
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Gated, great access, ad-
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national park. Starting
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NORTH CAROLINA
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E-Z to finish Log Cabin
with .69 acres $89,900.
Mountain homesites 1-18
acres w/dramatic views.
Waterfront homesites
with 2-5 acres. E-Z
financing. 828-247-9966
NORTH CAROLINA
MOUNTAINS
Log cabin shell, 1.32acs.
1217SF ready to finish.
Wooded lot w/view. E-Z
financing. $129,900.
828-652-8700
www.FallCreekLand.com
NORTH FLORIDA LAND
1,955 acres in Jefferson
County. High Quality
Timberland, Planted
Pines, Mixed with Hard-
wood Bottoms & Cutover,
Great Hunting. Road
Frontage, $2340/acre.
Southern Pine
Plantations -
Call 352-867-8018
RIVER LIVING IN FLOR-
IDA Beautiful adult com-
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models starting at $130's.
Marina, clubhouse. Must
seel Call for free DVD.
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SOUTH CAROLINA
Almost 3 acres, excel-
lent building tract, light-
ly wooded, high land.
Fronts paved road, no
impact fees. Low
taxes/insurance.
$27,900 Owner financ-
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1-828-286-1666
ST. MARY'S W. VA. 83
acres w/ woods, valley,
overlooking Ohio River.
Property has 5 bay ga-
rage, office w/ bath,
many possibilities, new
survey, $189,900. Own-
er financing.
740-489-9146
TENNESSEE ACRE-
AGE Gorgeous 2 acre
mountaintop homesite
w/ woods. Paved roads,
utilities and river ac-
cess. Beautiful, Near
Chattanooga $39,900
Owner Financing.
866-550-5263
TENNESSEE ACREAGE
Gorgeous 2 Acre Moun-
taintop Homesite
w/woods. Paved roads,
utilities, river access.
Beautiful, near Chatta-
nooga $39,900. Owner
Financing. 330-699-1585





TENNESSEE SPECIAL..
2-story unique home,
spacious, w/ attached
apt. 5.7 acres w/ mtn
views, deck,. $245,900
Owner/ Agt Renee Dun-
bar 1-423-470-2380
renee@lakesntn.com
RE/Max Real Estate Spe-
cialists 1-423-639-7162
TENNESSEE: 2.9 Acres
with 3BR, 2BTH mobile
home $29,900. 29 acres
with 2100 sq.ft. home,
spring water, creek,
barns, pasture, woods -
$163,500. New Horizon
Realty 1-731-213-0308
www.newhorizonrealty.com

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TEXAS CLOSEOUT
SALE! 20-acres $14,900,
$200/down, $145/mo. 30
miles from BOOMING El
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financing. 270-703-7234
Your perfect South GA
retirement farm, 36
acres, fences, pastures,
paved roads, 3br/2ba,
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EDGEWATER- 2 Lots,
2.2 acres w/4Br, 2Ba
home. $380K, 2 acres
$340K. Old Mission
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STUART Free standing
historical office across
from Martin County Court
House, 1400 sq ft. Great
location. $544,000
772-631-6682



SAMSULA FARM 11
acres, on 415, fenced,
roofless barn, borders
creek, no well, ideal for
horses. $550/mo+dep.
Call Steve 386-788-2749
TEXAS CLOSEOUT
SALE! 20-acres $14,900,
$200/down, $145/mo. 30
miles from BOOMING El
Paso. Roads, Surveyed,
References & Money
Back Guarantee. No
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from beach, quiet tree
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1350 Black Cherry St. Vacant Lot 6790 $47,000 1195 Southfork Ct. 3 2 1470 $199,900
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ORMOND BY the sea-
roommate wanted- New
beach house, furnished,
priv. bed/bath. Non
smoking. Walk to beach.
$600/mo. 386-441-4127
Port Orange Comp.
remodeled 2/2/ 1 car gar.
w/ W/D. Duplex. This is a
unique situation owner
will not be there 99% of
the time. Looking for a
responsible female per-
son to split cost. $490
mo. plus util. Call Andrea
386-451-0921
PORT ORANGE- share
home,priv.bed/bath,
neat/clean,kit. use, pool,
no smoke/drugs/alcohol.
$575/mo +sec/incl until. +
parking. 386-756-0183
ROOMMATE NEEDED
2bd/2ba riverview condo.
Non-smoker/drug user.
No pets. Common liv.
areas. Pool & Ldry on-
site. Avail. immed.
$400/mo + until. $200 dep.
386-316-4336




DAYTONA AREA Rea-
sonable Rentals 2/3 bed-
rooms Oceanfront/Beach
side all Becky or Donna
ERA Menu Realty 386-
358-5551
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From $650. Oceanfront/
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DAYTONA B. SHORES
Completely furnished 2/2
Condo. No smoking/pets.
Walk to beach, golf,
stores. Special fall rent
$950/mo., $300 sec. Or
Best Offer 386-761-7029
DAYTONA BEACH 2nd
story 2BR/1BA with 1car
garage & storage $700
month, 1st & security.
386-679-5575
DAYTONA BEACH
Deerwood area, 2 bd./2
1/2 ba., 2 story, washer/
dryer hook-up. Avail. 9/1
$850/month + $850 dep.
No Pets 407-944-0088
DAYTONA BEACH Exec
condo, beautifully furn.
2/2.- Cable tv & util. incd.
1.6 miles from speedway.
Short or long term $1250/
month. 386-767-2943
DAYTONA BEACH
OCEAN FRONT, 2 bed,
2 bath, 16th floor, balco-
ny, security, and pool.
$1175/mo. First, last, and
security. 386-304-0569
DAYTONA BEACH Pan-
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pets $650/mth incld water
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SHORES fully furnished
Ocean 5 condo. 21st.
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Oceanfront & Halifax
Riverview. Enclosed
parking. $1000/mo
407-321-2007
DAYTONA BEACH
SHORES Oceans Atrium
Northwest corner pent-
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$1400/mth 386-679-0704
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$1295/mo. or lbr/lba
$950/mo Utilities includ-
ed. 321-356-1503
DAYTONA BEACHSIDE
2br/2ba. Friendly neigh-
borhood. Walk to beach
and everything Free ca-
ble/parking. Priv. house.
$775/mo + sec. deposit.
407-782-8593.



DAYTONA BEACHSIDE
Eff & 1 br avail. Ocean
view, swim pool & utilities
incId. weekly from
$190-$225 Monthly
$675-$895 Located at
Majestys Court. 999 N.
Atlantic Ave.
386-252-9356 /252-0266
Pleasure Isle 1412 S. At-
lantic Ave. 252-0266 /
788-3903 Will not be
kicked out for special
events.
DAYTONA BEACHSIDE
Walk to the beach. Large
clean eff. apt. Furnished,
AC, utilities & cable incd.
$550/mth or $175/wk.
386-212-6537
DB SHORES-Oceanview
studio, furnished,
util.incl.,cable pool, exc.
room, 6mo+ lease,
$800+dep. Call Steve.
386-788-2749 Lv Msg.






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EDGEWATER- Water-
front Riverside Dr.
Lg.1bd,laudromat, fishing
dock, boat slips, close to
everything. Monthly/
weekly. 386-423-6240
MERRITT ISLAND con-
do,2/1.5,1 pet-15lbs. max,
no smoking, incl. pool/
cable/water, centrally lo-
cated, $695/mo. + sec.
321-403-4923 / 480-7906


RENTNOW
ORMOND BEACH- Spa-
cious, 2br/2ba, unfurn,
screened balcony over-
looks pool. Laundry facili-
ties on same floor, $775.
mo. 1 yr lease + security,
& refs. 386-547-3365
PALM COAST- 3bd/2ba,
view of intracoastal, re-
sort comm., pools, bike
trail & gym. 6 month Ise
avail. $1800/mo./sec.
386-366-2390
PONCE INLET 3/3 Direct
Oceanfront. Gorgeous.
Furnished/unfurnished.
Gated Community, all
amenities $1800/mo
neg. 407-427-0800
PORT ORANGE Cozy 1
BR Aprt. Above garage,
in a quiet subd. All util.,
internet&cable incl. No
smkg. Great for a pro-
fess. $650 mo. 386-295-
1819 or 386-322-9972


RENTNOW
SOUTH DAYTONA-
2-br/2-bath. 1100 sq ft.
Washer/Dryer incl. Great
shape. Close to beaches.
$750 month. Call Mike
561-248-0175
VERO BEACH Laguna
3/2, lots of upgrades,
pool, clubhouse, tennis,
W/D, water view, newly
remodeled, $1095 per
month. 321-243-8561
VERO BEACH Move in
special! Newly remod-
eled. 1 & 2 bdrms from
$525. Tile, new appl.
Close to beaches, parks
& Rest. 772-563-0013


1 BEDROOMS
STARTING AT $679
UTILITIES INCLUDED "
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CLOSE TO BEACH, o
RIVER, GOLF, "
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TRANSPORTATION
FULL KITCHENS
LARGE BATHROOMS
$35 NON-REFUNDABLE
APPLICATION FEE REQ'D.
Vanessa Apartments
386.322.1003
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DAYTONA BEACH 1
poss. 2 bd Mini Estate. 3
blks to beach. No dogs.
Fresh paint/tile/floor/fire-
place. Immed. occup.
Near Belair Plaza $725.
386-689-6605 427-0274
EDGEWATER-CORAL
Trace 3bed/2bath/2cg
quiet gated community
w/pool, $1,300/mo Call
Jeanne Bush at Alexand-
er R.E. 386-690-9018
HOLLY HILL LPGA
area, 3 bed, 2 bath,
15'x24' covered patio.
New driveway. New '06
Central Air, New Kitchen,
bath, wiring & roof.
100'x180' yard. For rent
or rent to own $995/mo
1st last sec. Call Owner.
386-852-1430.
HOLLY HILL CLEAN
SAFE 3/1 Hardwood firs,
Central AC, Fenced yard,
scr. porch, washer/dryer
hook-up. Pets okay, $775
/mo, 1610 Esponola Ave
1300sf 386-756-0640
HOLLY HILL. 2br/2ba,
new carpet, baths, paint.
$800/mo; 2br/lba, Re-
modeled, wood firs, new
appls. Garage/W/D hook-
ups. $850. 386-290-3535
MERRITT ISLAND,4/2, Ig
oversized yard, upgraded
no smoking, 1 pet-med.
weight, centrally located,
$1200/mo. obo. + sec.
321-403-4923 / 480-7906
NEW SMYRNA 2bd/2ba
KeyWest style bungalow,
comp.renovation by prof.
designer. $1100 yr Ise.
536 Faulkner St 407-
230-1186 / 386-409-0089

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NEW SMYRNA BEACH
Newly renovated spa-
cious 3bd/2ba home on
beachside! Fenced back
yard with spacious sun-
room! Short walk to the
beach! $1,300.00/month
407-509-6741
NEW SMYRNA BEACH-
SIDE 1214 Beacon
Street, 2BR/2BA unfurn,
new kitchen, gar. 1 block
to beach on quiet, sand
street w/great neighbors.
1st, last sec. $1050/mo
www.NSBeach.com or
407-435-7705
NORTH ORMOND-
National Gardens area,
Extremely nice & clean,
2bd/lba. Adults only. No
pets. $850/mo.+ sec.
Lv Msg. 386-672-2673
ORMOND BEACH
Lakes of Pine Run near
Ormond Lakes, 3/2/2.
Washer/dryer,central
ac/heat. Great neighbor-
hood,schools. $1000/mo.
F/L/S. 386-672-8831
ORMOND BEACH, 33
Gale Ln. Plantation Bay,
3/2.5 + study/4th BR,
12'x37' lap pool, 4 car
gar.,$2000/mo. 1 yr lease.
Incl. lawn & pool service.
386-689-5222 By appt.
ORMOND BEACH-
2bd/1lba/lcg, w/d, cute,
cool cottage, beachside,
fenced yard, quiet street
$875/mo. + sec.
407-310-4080
ORMOND BEACH-
Beautiful 3bd/2bd in Or-
mond Lakes, pool, club
house, w/d ,no pets, no
smoking .$1300/mo+1st,
last,sec. 386-677-6823
ORMOND BEACH-
NorthBrook, 3bd/2ba/2cg
clean, nicely decorated,
sun tunnels, great loca-
tion.$ 1 2 0 0 /m o
1 st/last / sec
386-441-7080/295-2847
ORMOND BEACH-
Trails home. 4bd/2ba. No
pets. $1,950/mo + sec.
518-677-8634
ORMOND BY THE SEA
1 Ocean Crest, 3/2/1 car
garage. Wood burning
fireplace. Long/short term
furn/unfurn. No smoking,
small pet okay. Wendy
Powers Realty, Camille
Esposito 386-441-7278
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ORMOND BEACH. Spa-
cious 3br/2ba with fire-
place, large yard. Excel-
lent neighborhood. Avail.
Sept.lst. $1100/mo. F/L
619-818-1177
PONCE INLET Steps to
the beach, river & ocean
views. Wrap around deck
2/2/1 Cable tv & Utilities
included $1250/month
386-767-2943
PONCE INLET- Designer
remodeled 3/2/2. Light-
house view. Fenced yd.
Lawncare incl.$1625/mo.
1 st/last/$500sec.
386-756-7040
PORT ORANGE -
2-3BR, 2BA, 2 car gar.,
Washer/Dryer. New car-
pet and paint. Desirable
gated community. $1000.
mo. 386-295-9965
PORT ORANGE River-
wood subdiv. 3/2/2, on
lake, 2000sf living. Fire-
place. Many comm
amen.lst&last. No smok-
ing. $1300. mo Avail
9/14. 386-788-0878
PORT ORANGE- 2 story,
3bd/2ba/2 car gar, Fire-
place, comm. pool. Basic
cable. No smoking/no
pets, $1050/ mo 1st, last,
sec 386-788-8478
PORT ORANGE-
2bd/2ba. All new appli.
No pet. On quiet street
nice nghbr. Close to ev-
erything. 1st/last/sec.
$1000/mo 386-290-3012
RENT TO OWN Ormond
Beach 1962 large
Beachside 3/2 completely
remodeled. Fenced, Pet
OK. $1800/mo or
$280,000 386-441-0670
SOUTH DAYTONA small
pet ok. 2/3 bdrm, 1 bath,
fenced yard, tile floor,
front porch & screen
porch, large storage
shed. $950/mo, with sm.
pet owner approval.
$850 w/out pet. No smok-
irng. 1st, last, sec. Back-
ground check. Lease pur-
chase possible, owner fi-
nance. 386-290-0625
Leave message.
SOUTH DAYTONA's fin-
est Clean, spacious 2/2/1
Inclosed patio, on lake
with lit fountain. No pets
no smoking. ref. $950
plus dep 386-767-5690

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CYPRESS HEAD- Port
Orange. 2 story, 3bd/3ba,
Golf Villa on 6th tee, MB
on ground floor.
$299,500. C21 Crouch
Realty. 386-212-8067
DAYTONA BEACH
SHORES 2/2.5/1 Ocean
and river views. W/D
hook-up. $1000/month +
sec. No Smoking, small
pet okay. 386-235-4473
DAYTONA BEACH-
2bd/1.5 ba, incl. water,
sewer & lawn care.
$795mo. + last/$500 sec.
386-761-3730/235-3454
NEW SMYNRA Beach
Sugarmill Golf course.
2/2/2 W/D security,
gated, no pets. Comm
pool. Lease F/L/S
$1,200/mo unfurnished.
386-441-5824


NEW SMYRNA BCH -
Beautifully furn 2br/2ba in
55+ comm,FL room, Free
cable & pool. Serene set-
ting w/golf view. No pets
$875 F&L 386-427-9589
NEW SMYRNA BEACH-
Venetian Bay, 2/2, 1cg.
1684 sq. ft. see www.ve-
netianbay.info/. Rent
n ego ti able .
386-763-1836.
ORMOND BEACH Hali-
fax Plantation 3/2 Villa on
Golf Course, stove, refrig,
dishwasher, wooden win-
dow blinds. Includes lawn
service. $1,300. Call Ann
or Peggy 386-672-7957
ORMOND/PINE RUN-
2ba/2ba,w/d,furnished
1-story. Pool,patio,carport
tennis.$1030/mo.lst/last/
sec, incl. water, no smok-
ing / pets. 386-334-6273
PORT ORANGE 3/2
1300 sqft. All appliances.
Florida porch community
pool. Pets OK. Avail
Imm. $1050 Sect 8
welcome 1-215-840-1118



PORT ORANGE-
3bd/2ba, One street from
river, big kitchen, dining
room, living room, all
electric, $900/1st/last
386-767-3219

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PORT ORANGE 2br,
near comm college & bus
line, fenced yard. Will al-
low small animals. $600
mo 1st & last. Util not
incld. 386-304-9626 /
386-316-2337




NEW SMYRNA BEACH
700+ Sq Ft Office Space
Beachside on A1A. $650/
month + $250/month
C.A.M. for Utilities
(electric, water, garbage)
386-428-3800

Ocean
Properties
& Management, Inc. 7k
NEW SMYRNA BEACH
High visibility! Premier S.
Atlantic location in the
Ocean Properties Bid.
Located across the street
from the beach. 850sf
office/retail. www.
oceanprops.com
386-428-0513




77 7& Nova Road
Onnmond Beach
Retail/Prof. Space
1925 to 4,000 sq.ft.
Recently Renovated
Affordable Terms
Avail. for
Immediate
Occupancy

(386) 677-9246






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RENT NOW
FORT PIERCE Ware-
house for rent. 1100 sqft,
2 overhead doors. Plenty
of Parking including
space for trucks $950/mo
Off US1 & Dickson Drive.
772-521-5111
PORT ORANGE Oak
Centre Business Park.
1000 sq ft & up of ware-
house space with or with-
out offices. Ground Level
or dock high. Also a/c of-
fice space 660 sq ft up to
750 sq ft.
ORMOND BEACH -
Ormond Business Cen-
ter 1075 sq ft and up
with or without offices.
Located 1 mile south
1-95. Call Jeanette
386-299-70'55 for more
info.
PORT ORANGE 2-BAY
SHOP with OFFICE &
Store Front on US1 High
Visibility, Great Storage.
May rent separately.
386-304-0465

FREE
PORT ORANGE- Office/
Warehouse. 1500 6000
sq ft. Starts at $1500/mo.
2 Months FREE Rent
with Approved Credit.
386-760-4188


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Ponds RV Park. Ameni-
ties incl. pool, recreation
& activity room. Call
828-693-4018


FORT LAUDERDALE-
Bon Adventure, 2bd (lock
out unit), Gold crown RCI
rated, will trade for same
Daytona Beach or will
sell outright @ $2500.
Deed to property/ trade
for timeshare all over the
world. 386-767-3940

N. GA Mtns 1-2 & 3-br
cabins with hot tubs, in
Historic Dahlonega.
Horseback riding, golf,
hike, canoe, pan for gold.
1-866-373-6307
www.cavendercreek.com
NEW SMYRNA BEACH
Sun Beach Club. Mini-
mum 2 weeks for $850.
Monthly for $1,550. Avail-
able Oct. thru Dec. No
Smoking. 386-235-4473


TRANSPORTATION


HONDA 2006 4 wheeler
250 trx Recon Excellent
cond low miles. includes
helmet & portable ramp.
$3500/obo 386-671-6461



CHEVY '56 2 door, 350
4-speed, A/C new
brakes, tune up, runs and
looks great. $25,000
772-260-8111



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CHEVY CAMARO Z28
1993 477 orig miles.
Auto trans showroom
cond. Indy Pace Car.
Serious inq only $29,000
firm. 772-475-1864
DATSON 280Z '78 2+2
Fastback, 5sp, cold AC,
91K miles, nO rust, exc.
cond. Car History $6,000.
OBO. 2 Part cars avail.
'77 & '79. 352-669-2906
or 352-408-1636
'48 PLYMOUTH2 dr/sdn,
440 eng., pushbutton tor-
que fit. trans., you finish,
solid body ,no rust.$3250
or trade for equal value,
car, truck or motorcycle.
386-405-3703

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2007 CORVETTE CON-
VERTIBLE White w/tan
top & inter. 6.0 litre V8
eng. chrome wheels. On-
ly 400 miles new.
$51,000. 386-760-6730
AUDI 2002 A6 3.0
Quattro. Black with Tan
Leather Interior. All the
extras, including sun roof.
Excellent Condition
$14,000. 386-233-4155
or 386-527-9721
BMW 740i, 1999,
White with Tan Int., Cold
Air, 6 CD/Cass, Am/Fm,
Sunroof, Beautiful Condi-
tion. 772-631-6682

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BMW 1994 318 IS 2 door
sports model, moonroof,
dvd, 78,000 mi., pewter,
Great condition. $3000
firm. 386-253-9831
BUICK LESABRE '97
Immaculate cond., only
41K miles, PW/L, cruise,
Pwr seats, new tires.
$5000.obo 386-212-7569
CADILLAC SEVILLE
SLS 94' Fully loaded,
Exc condition, low miles,
Asking $3,800. Call Rick
772-532-3892
CHEVY CAVALIER
2000-
2dr, Only 39k mi., 5 sp,
black w/tint windows,
spoiler, ice cold a/c, cd &
air bags. Looks & runs
good $ 3 7 0 0
386-295-3332


CONVERTIBLE Sebring
JXI '99. P/W, P/L & pow-
er seats. Exc cond. Runs
great. In Kelly Blue Book
$8000+ sacrifice $3,800/
obo 772-532-3892
DONATE A CAR Today
To Help Children & Their
Families Suffering From
Cancer. Free Towing.
Tax Deductible.Children's
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1-800-469-8593
DONATE YOUR Car to
American Association for
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Lives Through Research.
Fast/Free Towing, Non-
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'99 Mecury Cougar spt
cpe, V6, auto, air. Sharp
red paint. $3850 obo
386-405-3703

VW JETTA Turbo 2001
71,000 mi. 4dr, blue,5sp.,
CD, great maint, Ex.



miles. White, Exc. cond.
Automatic/sunroof/CD
player. New tires. Book
value $3,200. $2,400.
Firm. 386-3222653





V-10 TAILGATES- 2 at
CD,$110 grea. A paint.,r of grayEx.







leather seats for 97 Sil-
verado pickup. like new.
$275/pr.386-405-37035




DONATE YOUR Car.s
Special kids Fund! Help
disabled children with
camplayer ad education.

value d$3,200. $2,400.
1-866-448-32653




HARLEY SPORTSTER
2000, 1200, 4600 miles.
Runs great, looks great,
recent tune. $5450.
386-527-8876-
,


MOPED 49CC 4 cycle,
cover, helmet, 1100 mi.,
electric starter. $800 obo.
386-760-3292




FourWinds '06 Class C
Ford V-10 motor 2
slide-outs + Queen br,
Full pull out. Sleeps 7
Loaded 5,000 miles
$48,500 772-467-0932
see photos online at
www.hometownnewsol.
corn ad # 24337
RV RENTAL site located
on Hutchingson Island
near Vero Beach. Across
from beach, Marina on
Inter-coastal, pool tennis.
Phone, cable, and elec-
tricity included. First
class. By the week,
month, or season.
352-347-4470.



CHEVY TAHOE 96' 2
door 5.7 eng., auto, full
pwer, new tires, brakes &
tune. Sharply $5600.obo
386-527-8876

DODGE DURANGO.SLT
99', 3rd row seat, 2 WD,
Fully loaded. Looks and
runs great. $4,800 Ask for
Rick 772-532-3892
FORD EXPLORER Lim-
ited, Fully loaded, excel-
lent condition, new tires,
Will sacrifice for $3,000.
772-532-3892



FORD F250 custom, '72,
360 V8, runs great, some
rust, 83,845orig.mi., great
project for show Asking
$1200. 386-233-9408



FORD RANGER 1984, 5
Speed. 4 Cyl. 3 Alum
Tool Boxes, 4'x8' Carrier,
Work Truck. Good Tires.
Needs choke. $950 Best
Offer or Trade.
386-843-9149


GMC SONOMA Ext
Cab- 2000 Exc. Cond. m=
V6, atuo trans, PWL, 04
cruise, 3rd door, bedliner, o
new tires. $5500/ offer cE
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ext.cab,auto,a/c, all pwr, American Leukemia
new paint. Low Retail. Foundation
$5600 or trade for newer (386) 767-0003
S-10. 386-405- 3703


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'97 FOURWINNS hori-
zon RS 18' w/volvo penta
eng. v/6 3.1 liter. Motor
needs manifold. $5000
304-552-9573



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FISHING BOAT- 16' In
excellent condition, 2nd
owner, 50hp outboard,
Merc. motor, all new wir-
ing & string cables, ideal
for getting into shallow
water. Center Console
Moving, must sell $5,000
/obo 386-492-4432

McKEE CRAFT 2004 -
Backwater 172. Yamaha
115 hp, 30 hrs. on en-
gine, Bimini top. Extras.
Exc. cond. $16,000.
386-822-5509 /490-5795

OUTBOARD MOTOR
Johnson 25 HP Good
running $650. Call Tony
386-761-9249 or
321-228-8265

SWEETWATER 17',
2006, with cover,
Yamaha motor, low hrs,
like brand new, $15,000
772-778-5619




PONCE INLET Dock
for rent. Dock available
in private secure deep
water canal 2 miles from
the Inlet. Water & elec-
tric, no live aboard or
sailboats. 386-767-5779
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