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This Week


LADY LUCK
MEETS CHARITY


Women Realtors'
annual Casino Night
event is for a
worthwhile cause


News
and
views

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


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Weekend
festivities
abound


Mayoral candidates face off in local forums


BY BETHANY CHAMBERS
Staff writer

DAYTONA BEACH -
Wearing a bright red AARP
T-shirt that said "Divided
We Fail," Bob Mohr stuck
out sitting in the front row
of last week's mayoral can-
didate forums.
At 85, Mr. Mohr has
voted in 16 presidential
elections. He also knows
more than just a little
about politics, having writ-
ten speeches for numerous
congressional candidates
such as Illinois senator
Adlai Stevenson III. ,
Still, the reason he came
to the forums was not to
support a single candidate,


but to exercise his respon-
sibility as a citizen, he said.
Mr. Mohr was just one of
the hundreds of citizens
who showed an interest in
this year's mayoral race in a
day where candidates
faced off in three forums in
the course of eight hours.
Beginning with the AARP
candidates' forum at noon,
Sept. 13 was a busy day for
the race's four candidates,
incumbent Mayor Glenn
Ritchey and former city
commissioners Mike Shal-
low and Darlene Yordon
and former city clerk Gwen
Azama-Edwards.
South Daytona mayoral
candidates kicked off the
AARP forum with a few jabs
directed at Daytona Beach,


while local candidates
chose to compliment
South Daytona's high gov-
ernment approval ratings.
The candidates also
played up the importance
of senior citizens in the
community. Mr. Shallow
even mentioned his new
membership in AARP
"I saved a lot of money
because I changed my car
insurance. So, it's true if
you're thinking about
doing it," Mr. Shallow joked
in his introduction.
- The League of Women
Voters screened questions
written by some of the 70
seniors in attendance. Mul-
tiple questions focused on
I See FORUMS, A3


BUCCANEER ON THE RUN


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Incumbent Daytona Beach Mayor Glenn Ritchey responds
to a question asked by a member of the audience as
Gwen Azama-Edwards listens during an AARP forum at
the Harvest Buffet restaurant in South Daytona.


Holly Hill

Commission

tables two

controversial

ordinances

Topics to be discussed
again in October
BY BETHANY CHAMBERS
Staff writer

HOLLY HILL The City Com-
mission last week decided to table
two controversial ordinances until
October meetings.
Ordinance 2811 would create
term limits for appointed advisory
board members, while Ordinance
2812 would enact a municipal
parade permit.
The Commission opted to dis-
cuss the parade permit first at the
Sept. 10 meeting in order to give

I See ORDINANCES, A4


Redevelopment


agency holds last


public workshops


Attendees focus
on LPGA
and canal area
BY BETHANY CHAMBERS
Staff writer

HOLLY HILL The city's
community redevelop-
ment agency convened yet
another round of public
workshops last week to


address the master plan
consultant HHI is creating.
The presentation was
simply a more detailed
version of the one HHI
gave to the CRA com-
posed of city commission-
ers at the Aug. 28 meet-
ing.
The tone of the work-
shops, however, was more
constructive, with resi-
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Local residents
attend Martha's
kickoff party
BY JEANNE WILLARD
Staff writer
VOLUSIA COUNTY -
When Martha Stewart
threw a party here to
launch her Florida partner-
ship with KB Home, more
people wanted to talk
about the domestic diva
than about the new devel-
opment.


A fact that doesn't seem
lost on Jeffrey T. Mezger,
president and CEO of KB
Home.
"It's a great partnership
and as I love to say, there's
only one Martha," he said
during the media kickoff
Sept. 14.
Wearing a simple pair of
black slacks and a white T-
shirt under a black sweater,
Ms. Stewart looked more
like a friend you'd bump
into in the grocery store


) See MARTHA, A10


Martha Stewart


Plenty of
fun things
to do this


Stephanie Don


weekend, from the
Battle of the Badges
fishing tourney to
a jazz festival
and art walk


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Index

Business A10
Calendar B2
Classified B8
Crossword B7
Community Notes .............. A9
Dining & Entertainment .... BI
Horoscopes BI
Police Report ............... ..... A5
Religion All 1
Sports B5
Viewpoint A6
Week in Review ................. A3


First adult day care center opens in Daytona


Atlantic Adult
SBDay Care is one
i. Cof only a few
in East Volusia

u- dBY BETHANY CHAMBERS
Staff writer
-7 DAYTONA BEACH The
building is unassuming, a
little yellow-beige house set
back off Mary McLeod
.",Bethune Boulevard in the
middle.of a quiet neighbor-
hood.
.Randy Barber/staff photographer Right now the building is
Patient Care Assistant Kanora Bush of Daytona Beach mostly empty, but Steve
writes down a name of a music band starting with the let- Kazimirov hopes to change
ter 'B' during a memory exercise at 'Seniors Are Us', a Beach resident hung out his
adult day care facility in Daytona Beach. shingle last Friday and


opened the only adult day
care center in the city,
Atlantic Adult Day Care, in
time for National Adult Day
Services week.
In a city that counts near-
ly 20 percent of its popula-
tion as 65 and older accord-
ing to the 2000 U.S. Census,
it is no surprise that an adult
day care would want to
move into this area, Mr.
Kazimirov said.
The problem is: Adult day
care is a relatively new con-
cept in the state of Florida,
which did not have a
statewide licensing associa-
tion until 1983.
"These people need
somewhere to go. In Flori-
da, people don't understand
the benefits of adult day
care," Mr. Kazimirov said.


"They are a fraction of the
cost of any nursing home or
assisted living facility, and it
has been statistically proven
that adult day care prolongs
life.
'An older woman sitting
at home all day watching
soap operas and not able to
change her own Depends
and being completely
dependent on someone for
help will not want to pro-
long her own life," Mr. Kaz-
imirov added. "Here she can
shower, get help, have social
interactions."
Unlike nursing homes,
adult day care accepts a
variety of individuals -
sometimes seniors only,
sometimes mentally chal-
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Randy Barber/staff photographer
Mainland wide receiver Montarri Leonard runs the ball against New Smyrna Beach High School during a
game last Friday at Municipal Stadium in Daytona Beach.


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BY BETHANY CHAMBERS
Staff writer

HOLLY HILL Friday,
Sept. 28 was originally going
to be a quiet day at Sica Hall
Senior Center as its doors
closed for good due to city
budget cuts.
But thanks to a $125,000
five-year donation by local
philanthropist L. Gale
Lemerand, that all has
changed.
Now the senior center will
be filled with the sounds of
"house band" the Vagabonds
Sept. 28 as they host a cele-
bratory dance from 1-3 p.m.
"It's just unbelievable,"
center director Colleen Cap-
parelli said when she found
out the center would stay
open last week. "I am ecstat-
ic, surprised, happy."
Ms. Capparelli, who had
been planning for unem-
ployment, will again be back
in her role as the hostess at
the dance, ushering in mem-
bers of the community and,
she hopes, city commission-
ers and Mr. Lemerand.
"All the ladies want to give
him a hug and all the gentle-
men want to shake his
hand," she said of the sen-
iors' reaction to Mr.
Lemerand's generous gift.
After reading that the cen-
ter would close in the news-
paper, Mr. Lemerand said
his "heart went out" to the
seniors. On his way from his


home in Ormond Beach to
his gym in Holly Hill, he
stopped to see city manager
Joe Forte to ask what he
could do.
"I realized there are a lot of
widows and widowers that
probably have very little to
do but be at the center," Mr.
Lemerand said. "I've been
very fortunate to have
friends and business to keep
me busy, but I know some
people who are very lonely."
Mr. Lemerand said he will
try to come to the dance. He
said he even told his fiancee
that "a bunch of ladies want-
ed to hug" him and she said,
"It's OK," he laughed.
With the senior center's
future in flux, Mayor Roland
Via said he "didn't sleep for
nights on end worrying
about how we'd keep it
open."
Mayor Via was proud to
make an official announce-
ment of the donation from
the "angel from heaven," Mr.
Lemerand, to the 60 seniors
on hand at the Sept. 10 City
Commission meeting.
At the meeting, Ms. Cap-
parelli handed Mr. Forte a
petition signed by 102 mem-
bers of the senior 'center
expressing their hopes that
the center will stay open for
the next five years and
beyond.
Those signatures were
added to the 48-signature
petition senior center mem-
ber Vince Catalano handed
to the Commission at the
height of the crisis in late
August.
"They went through so


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Doris Campbell of Ormond Beach swing dances with
Domenic DeCunto of Daytona Beach during a dance held
on Tuesday at the Sica Hall in Holly Hill. A celebration is
planned at the center Sept. 28, the day it was scheduled to
close before being rescued by philanthropist L. Gale
Lemerand's donation.


much," Ms. Capparelli said,
"that it was worthwhile to
hand in the petition to rein-
force how strongly the sen-
iors feel about the center."
If the center were again to
face cuts in five years, she
hopes future commissioners
would look at the petition. If
that didn't work, she said,
"we'd hand in hundreds
more."
However, with assurances
that the center will be open
until 2012, seven new mem-
bers signed up at the Tuesday
dance last week, Ms. Cappar-
elli said.
ArtVeckmann and his wife,
Madge, attended the dance
last week as they have since


the hall opened. Their friend,
Frances, drives them from
Port Orange each week for
the dance.
"We enjoy being with a
group of people that are very
trustworthy," said the 84-
year-old Mr. Veckmann as he
took a break from dancing.
"You feel comfortable being
here."
Mrs. Veckmann, decked out
in a purple flowing skirt with
matching beaded necklace
and a white blazer, said she
has been dancing the waltz
since the age of 16. She is now
96 and has no intention of
stopping anytime soon.
"You go where you feel"
good," she said.


Workshops
From page Al


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dents voicing a desire to
start the project, HHI pres-
ident Ginger Corless said.
Ms. Corless and her
team again stressed their
top 10 list of where rede-
velopment dollars should
go, starting with a Town
Center at LPGA Boulevard
and Ridgewood Avenue
and creating "gateways," or
signs that represent the
city limits.,
'A. Town Center really
does become the focus and
the heart of redevelop-
ment areas," Ms. Corless
said in her presentation.
When public discussion


began, though, the focus
shifted to the work that
would be done on LPGA
and the proposed canal-
walk.
Ms. Corless said she was
surprised that citizens
were "passionate about"
making LPGA a four-lane
road. Still, she said it
would be significantly
more viable to make LPGA
a three-lane road with a
shared center turning lane.
: "I totally agree with you,
but I'm just telling you it
ain't gonna be easy," Ms.
Corless responded.
Janine Cole, a lifetime
resident of the city, has
attended all but one of the


meetings. While she
agreed with the top 10 list,
she said, she wanted to see
the LPGA/canal issue gain
priority, Under the current
plan, the LPGA widening
and canalwalk/greenway
construction would not
begin until 2013.
Ms. Cole said litter has
turned the road and canal
into "an eyesore." She sug-
gested the city either find a
way to keep the canal
clean or consider filling it
in.
",,I -used to play in the
canal. We'd find crabs and
wade around," she
recalled.
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waters are toxic," she
added.
Mayor Roland Via, who
attended both sessions,
pointed out that the coun-
ty maintains the canal and
that it must remain open
to accommodate stormwa-
ter from all over the Hali-
fax River watershed area.
Mayor Via did agree that
the LPGA widening project
would be essential to
bringing larger retailers to
Holly Hill. LPGA could be
the "welcome mat" to trav-
elers who :-have exited
Interstate 95, he said.
Thirty-five residents,
including Commissioners
John Penny, Mark Reed
and Gilles Blais and Mayor
Via, attended the Sept. 13
workshops.
At previous meetings
and workshops, citizens
expressed concerns about
Hollyland Park being
turned into a multi-use
area, including residential
and commercial interests.
Commissioner Reed,
who said he was "not there
to speak or form policy,"
said afterward he was still
concerned about the park's
future. When he ran for the
District 3 seat in 2005, he
said, his opponent "floated
a plan to develop" the park
that was widely unpopular.
However, Commissioner
Reed said, he will hot be
making any judgments
until the updated master
plan is handed to commis-
sioners Sept. 18 and HHI
responds to commissioner
comments at the Sept. 25
,CRA meeting.
That plan could be hefty
reading material, Ms. Cor-,
less indicated.
Although funding for the
plans had some residents
concerned at the work-
shops, Mayor Via suggest-
ed baby steps may be the
best method to getting the
plan off the ground after it
is finalized in late October.
"If you're waiting to get
outta town until all the
traffic lights turn green,
you'll never get outta the
driveway," he said.
After the workshops
concluded, Ms. Corless
said the town center proj-
ect had moved down on
the priority list and that
establishing identity at
gateways such as LPGA
and U.S. 1 had taken
precedence.
"One thing we've seen
here that we haven't seen
elsewhere is that being on
U.S. 1, the city really does
have some historic charac-
ter to work with and we
just want to accent that,"
Ms. Corless said.

bchambers@hometown-
newsol.com


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WEEK IN REVIEW


Randy Barber/staff photographer
The Early Learning Coalition of Flagler and Volusia Counties invited the community to
help celebrate its open house with a ribbon-cutting ceremony in Daytona Beach. The
coalition's mission is to partner with families and childcare providers to enhance
school readiness opportunities for children from birth to kindergarten.


Early Learning Coalition
officially opens doors
on Beach Street

The Early Learning Coalition of Flagler
& Volusia held a ribbon-cutting ceremo-
ny last week officially marking the open-
ing of their central location on North
Beach Street in Daytona Beach.
The ELC moved its home offices to the
building in March, but realized "a lot of
people are totally unaware" of this "hid-
den educational asset," said executive
director Vicky Stark. About 150 members
of the community, business owners and
social service representatives attended
the event and lunch.
ELC receives $26 million in grants
each year and the majority of the money
goes to childcare and preschool for low-
income children, Ms. Stark said.
Because the coalition helps 7,600 area
children, private donors receive "a good
return on investment" as "school readi-
ness has a direct impact on economics
and institutions," Ms. Stark said.

Campbell Middle School
deputy arrested
A Volusia County Sheriff's Office
deputy and Daytona Beach resident was
arrested last week by Florida Depart-
ment of Law Enforcement officials, after
plotting to rob a drug dealer.
Eugene Walton, 40, a 13-year member
of the VCSO, had spent nine years as a
school resource officer, most recently at


Campbell Middle School. It does not
appear that he conducted criminal
activity on school grounds or while on
duty at the school, FDLE spokeswoman
Susie Murphy said.
Mr. Walton conspired to rob the drug
dealer with Harry Cooke, 37, of Palm
Coast, who is not a law enforcement
officer, officials said. Mr. Walton used a
VCSO computer to find confidential
information on the drug dealer.
FDLE officials had been investigating
Mr. Walton since July, after a source
tipped them off, Ms. Murphy said.
Mr. Walton was charged with conspir-
acy to commit robbery, misuse of confi-
dential information and unlawful com-
pensation, for planning to share illegally
obtained money with his accomplice,
Ms. Murphy said.
Mr. Walton was released Sept. 11 on
$21,000 bail.

Man stabs roommate
after argument

A 37-year-old man stabbed his 30-
year-old roommate last week following
an argument over alcohol and a woman,
officials said.
Daniel Rose had been living with Dal-
las Taylor for about three weeks when
Mr. Taylor accused Mr. Rose of drinking
too much alcohol Sept. 9. The two wres-
tled to the ground and Mr. Rose stabbed
Mr. Taylor, the victim told the Volusia
County Sheriff's Office.
Mr. Taylor was taken to Halifax Med-
0 See WEEK, A5


Forums
From page Al
how to increase the percent-
age of owner-occupied
homes and how to meet the
needs of children and young
adults in the community.
Ms. Yordon, who owns
rental properties, said one
of her goals as mayor would
be to enforce code and pro-
mote landscaping. She also
said she would not have the
city spend money on non-
native vegetation, such as
palm trees.
Mr. Shallow and Ms.
Azama-Edwards, on the
other hand, chose to use the
rental questions as an
opportunity to lambaste the
current property tax rates.
"The cost of living is so
high, the taxes are so high
... (renters) can't afford to
keep up their lawns the way
they want to. They can't
afford to keep things the
way that they're used to,"
Ms. Azama-Edwards said.
"The elderly I visit hate to
go outside, because they
don't want to see what has
been dealt to them by gov-
ernment."
In response to the four
questions about helping the
youth, all the candidates
agreed that providing
affordable daycare and cre-
ating jobs would help every-
one, not just the children.
Mayor Ritchey invited
college students to join his
"kitchen cabinet board."
"We've got a bunch of
gray-hairs setting' up there
making a bunch of deci-
sions for the community
and how it's going to
evolve," he said. "We
absolutely need input from
young citizens."
Two of the youngest
members of the audience,
18-year-olds Bruce Walton
Jr. and Jay Jenkins came
over from Daytona Beach
Community College to ask
the candidates about the
future of the recently closed
YMCA. Mr. Walton said he
felt Ms. Azama-Edwards
answered the youth-orient-
ed questions best.
"We're really losing a lot of
people in the neighborhood
to the jail systems," he said.
"They just don't understand
how much we need this to
keep people off the streets."
Candidates also used
their one-minute answering
period to bring in their
campaign platforms, many


'The fact that you're all here is te
the fact that everything isn't great."

Mike Shallow
Mayoral candidate

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make sure they watch the saw the votes:
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for the people, now is the covered a vari
time for promises made to from the issue
be promises met." terms to the c
Compared to the evening of community
forums, the AARP forum ment dollars.
was generally more light- Those regar
hearted, with moderator of the city mai
Chris Moseley inadvertently current tax c
referring to Ms. Yordon as both applause
"Diane" repeatedly and Mr. Shallow
with the candidates teasing that city ma
Mr. Shallow for his frequent Chisholm had
references to "The Plan," his much power
just-released newsletter. largest respo
The evening forums were night.
held back-to-back, with the "You're bo
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and drawing a crowd of very best in a
more than 200 and the Mr. Shallow s,
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gave nearly identical intro- applause for
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Forest Lake teddy bear project enters fifth year


Assisted living
center donates
more than 1,000
teddy bears to
children in crisis
BY BETHANY CHAMBERS
Staff writer

VOLUSIA COUNTY As a
school resource officer at
Port Orange's Creekside Mid-
dle School, Deputy Mary
Mott of the Volusia County
Sheriff's Office has seen a lot
of children face difficult
home and school situations
alone.
Last week, though, she saw
the faces of 61 seniors who
wanted to make sure those
children are never alone
again.
Deputy. Mott smiled as she
thanked the residents of For-
est Lake Manor Assisted Liv-
ing Facility for their dedica-
tion to the Teddies for Tots
program, which provides
stuffed animals to children
in crisis.
"This one reminds me of
some of the children we deal


with: He's patched up. He's
got stitches," Deputy Mott
said, holding up a multi-col-
ored Ty Beanie Baby. "(The
children) have been in fires,
car accidents. They may feel
broken or need patching
up."
The seniors, with help from
their families and the Forest
Lake staff, spent the past
year collecting more than
1,000 teddy bears to give to
local law enforcement offi-
cials on Sept. 10. The bears
will sit in school offices and
ride in squad cars until they
are handed off to the chil-
dren in emergency situa-
tions.
Forest Lake activities direc-
tor Marisa Bovasso created
the Teddies for Tots program
five years ago to coincide
with National Teddy Bear
Day.
She said that, while the
children who receive the
bears cannot attend the
event, the program gives res-
idents "the motivation to ask
their own families for help
and to feel good knowing
they are helping others."
Although Forest Lake had a
record collection of 2,000


bears last year, this year's
bears are especially impor--
tant because they will be
going to four law enforce-
ment agencies.
The Sheriff's Office, Port
Orange police, Holly Hill
police and Daytona Beach
police all sent representa-
tives to the event. There they
explained their jobs to the
residents and mingled over
homemade teddy bear cook-
ies and punch.
Deputy Avis Burrows, a
school resource officer at
Daytona Beach's David C.
Hinson Sr. Middle School,
said she felt it would be good
for the residents to know
they are helping children
and to "feel connected to the
community."
It is equally as important
for the children to know that
the elderly are looking out
for them, especially when
many kids today do not
know their grandparents,
she added.
Deputy Mott recalled a sit-
uation in which she was off
duty riding in her patrol car
when she heard a metham-


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Randy Barber/staff photographer
Volusia County Deputy Sheriff Avis Burrows grabs an armful of stuffed animals during the
'Teddies for Tots' event at Forest Lake Manor in Daytona Beach. Deputy sheriffs, along
with police officers from Port Orange, Daytona Beach and Holly Hill, came out to collect
the toys for children in need during crisis situations.


Ordinances
From page A]


Randy Barber/staff photographer
'Crazy Eddie' Colosimo, of Bikers for First Amendment
Rights, listens as Holly Hill commissioners discuss a pro-
posed ordinance that would enact a municipal parade
permit. The ordinance would call for a $500 non-refund-
able fee, plus $1 million of liability insurance, for any
parade applicant. The issue has been tabled until after Mr.
Colosimo's Biketoberfest parade on Oct. 21.


advisory board members a
chance to speak on term
limits following their own
meetings.
On first reading at the
Aug. 28 commission meet-
ing, the municipal parade
permit ordinance called
for a $500 non-refundable
fee, plus $1 million of lia-
bility insurance for any
parade applicant.
On second reading, the
fees and some wording of
the ordinance were
changed, but the hard
copy was not available to
those in attendance.
"I'm very uncomfortable
with this process right now
because in a public hear-
ing the public should have
the opportunity to read ,the
amended ordinance,"
Mayor Roland Via said.
The ordinance's most
outspoken opposition had
been "Crazy Eddie" Colosi-
mo, who organizes
parades for Bikers for First
Amendment Rights.


Although. he had originally
threatened to sue if the
ordinance passed, he
agreed to the ordinance
being tabled until after his
Oct. 21 Biketoberfest
parade.
However, Commissioner
John Penny said that as an
Allstate insurance agent he
saw a serious need for the
city to mitigate liability
before any more parades.
He also accused Mayor
Via and other members of
the commission of "cutting
deals on this matter" prior
to the public meeting.
Commissioner Mark
Reed said he had not spo-
ken to Mr. Colosimo prior
to the meeting, but agreed
to table the ordinance
because "we're talking
about one little parade
that lasted 15 minutes" last
year.
"This city needs a parade
permit process like it
needs a hole in the head,"
he said. "This is the biggest


waste of money."
Commissioner Reed also
said he believed the
amended administrative
fees for the parade permit
were "highly trumped up"
considering that city
employees work on salary.
The closest to consensus
the Commission would get
was a 3-2 vote to table the
topic until it can be edited
in a workshop Oct. 9. Com-
missioners Penny and
Traci Anderson were the
dissenting votes. It is ten-
tatively scheduled to be on
the Commission agenda
Oct. 23.
As advisory board mem-
bers filed into the City
Commission Chambers
from their respective
meetings, Ordinance 2811
had its second reading. If
passed, appointed board
members would be
restricted to two consecu-
tive terms, unless other-
wise approved.
Speakers on both sides
of the issue lined up one
after another to address
the Commission.
From the Beautification
Board, Beth Legary read a
letter of opposition from
board member Joan Riche-
son, who could not attend.
Ms. Legary then stated her
own support for the term
limits.
Roy Phipps has served
on the Board of Planning
and Appeals for more than
10 years and is currently
the board's chairman. He
described a recent issue
with a citizen paying a fee
for a 1-foot easement and
being forced to come back
to the board month after


month because there were
not enough board mem-
bers to hold an official
meeting.
"This is embarrassing for
me and it's embarrassing
for the citizens," he said.
Charlie Sharp, chair of
the PAL/Recreation Board,
said he considered the
proposed .term limits "a
slap in the face ... like (the
city is) saying, 'We don't
need you anymore.'"
Commissioner Reed said
the term limits were not
meant to offend current
members, but to simply
give others in the commu-
nity an opportunity to par-
ticipate.
Mayor Via once again
expressed his dismay at
the ordinance, which he
voted against on first read-
ing Aug. 28.
"An advisory board does
what? We've just heard a
number s of our board
members come up and
advise us not to have term
limits," he said.
Commissioner Penny
suggested term limits
should be imposed on the
commission seats that
appoint board members in
the first place.
Discussion was eventu-
ally tabled until it can be
edited in workshop Oct. 9.
Also at the meeting,; the
board unanimously passed
the first reading of the
2007-08 budget and agreed
to tentatively set the mill-
age rate at $3.68 per $1,000
of taxable property.

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

Daytona Beach
Police Department

*Jeffrey Scott Nealy, 41, of 202
S. Hollywood Ave., Daytona
Beach, was charged Sept. 7 with
violation of probation for battery on
a law enforcement officer. No bail
was set.
*Sammie Lee Butts, 25, of 433
Marine St., Daytona Beach, was
charged Sept. 7 with battery. Bail
was set at $1,500.
*Roy Pete Lovette, 19, of 408
Fremont Ave., Daytona Beach,
was charged Sept. 7 with posses-
sion of cocaine. Bail was set at
$1,500.
*Calvin M. Morris, 19, of 1356
Imperial Drive, Daytona Beach,
was charged Sept. 7 with aggra-
vated domestic battery. No bail
wvas set.
*Theodore Elroy Outman, 70, of
146 S. Coates St., Daytona
Bekch, was charged Sept. 7 with
grand theft. Bail was set at $2,500.
*Alexis Dianna Bethea, 23, of
542 Janice St., Daytona Beach,
was charged Sept. 8 with unlawful
possession of a controlled sub-
stance. Bail was set at $2,000.
*Shanika Martina Martin, 18, of
616 S. Segrave St., Daytona
Beach, was charged Sept. 8 with
violation of probation for the sale
of cocaine, violation of probation
for fleeing and attempting to elude
police and violation of probation
for grand theft. Bail was set at
$3,000.
*Jantson George Williams, 26,
of address unknown in Daytona
Beach, was charged Sept. 8 with
violation of probation for posses-
sion of THC with intent to sell. No
bail was set.
*Allen Wilder Jr., 26, of 1200
James Terrace, Daytona Beach,
was charged Sept. 8 with armed
trafficking of cocaine and posses-
sion of a firearm as a convicted
felon. No bail was set.
*James Francis Hines, 45, of
333 Zelda Blvd., Daytona Beach,
was charged Sept. 8 with criminal
mischief. Bail was set at $2,000.
*John Francis Ohanlon, 35, of
2425 N. Oleander, Apt. 4, Daytona
Beach, was charged Sept. 8 with
aggravated battery. Bail was set at
$10,000.
*James Andy Griffin, 33, of
1053' Imperial Drive, Daytona
Beach, was charged Sept. 8 with,
possession with intent to sell mari-
juana and unlawful possession of
cannabis. Bail was set at $10',000.
*Jon Rozalewycz, 38, of 143
Madison Ave., Daytona 'Beach,
was charged Sept. 8'with aggra-
vated domestic battery. No bail
was set.
*Julian Parker Miller, 21, of
1109 Lewis Drive, Daytona Beach,
was charged Sept. 8 with aggra-
vated assault of a law enforcement
officer with a deadly weapon. Bail
was set at $25,000.
*Charles Allen Works, 50, of


631 Cherry St., Daytona Beach,
was charged Sept. 8 with unlawful
possession of a controlled sub-
stance cocaine. Bail was set at
$2,000.
*Harley Dean Walter, 32, of 343
North St., Apt. 407, Daytona
Beach, was charged Sept. 9 with
violation of probation for aggravat-
ed stalking. No bail was set.
*Bernard Lawrence Smith, 21,
of 1717 Mason Ave., Apt. 1425,
Daytona Beach, was charged
Sept. 9 with possession of crack
cocaine. Bail was set at $1,500.
*Ellis Lee Wilson, 39, of 1007
Cedar Highland Blvd., Daytona
Beach, was charged Sept. 9 with
unlawful possession of a con-
trolled substance cocaine. Bail
was set at $1,500.
*Dara Jennifer Leins, 31, of 352
Aleatha Drive, Daytona Beach,
was charged Sept. 10 with pos-
session of narcotics cocaine.
Bail was set at $1,500.
*Minnie Tiller Todd, 55, of 116
Hudson St., Daytona Beach, was
charged Sept. 10 with unlawful
possession of a controlled sub-
stance cocaine. Bail was set at
$2,500.
*Anthony Luqet Smith, 41, no
address given, of Daytona Beach,
was charged Sept. 10 with viola-
tion of probation for burglary of a
conveyance and violation of pro-
bation for the attempted burglary
of a conveyance. No bail was set.
*Zachary Javan Holloway, 19, of
567 Fairmount Road, Daytona
Beach, was charged Sept. 10 with
failure to appear for principal car-
jacking and principal robbery and
violation of probation for principal
carjacking and principal robbery.
No bail was set.
*Bruce Sterling Lloyd, 47, of
1200 Ninth St., Apt. 54, Daytona
Beach, was charged Sept. 10 with
tampering with evidence and
unlawful possession of a con-
trolled substance cocaine. Bail
was set at $3,500.
*Larry Algernon Wilson, 20, of
250 N. Keech St., Daytona Beach,
was charged Sept. 10 with resist-
ing arrest with violence. No bail
was set.
*Celeste Ann Stalnaker, 40, no
address given, of Daytona Beach,
was charged Sept. 11 with grand
theft of a motor vehicle and using
a worthless check. No bail was
set.
*Deirdre Joan McFarlane, 47,
no address given, of Daytona
Beach, was charged Sept. 11 with
unlawful possession of a con-
trolled substance cocaine. Bail
was set at $2,000.
*Michael Casey Miller, 33, of
531 South St., Daytona Beach,
was charged Sept. 11 with viola-
tion of probation for trespassing.
No bail was set.
*Jason Slade Brooks, 38, of 316
North St., Daytona Beach, was
charged Sept. 11 with possession
of burglary tools. Bail was set at
$3,250. *
*Shawn Selleck Williams, 20, of
449 S. Caroline St., Daytona
Beach, was charged Sept. 11 with
violation of probation for grand
theft. No bail was set.
*Saram Santino Laws, 34, of
200 N. Lincoln St., Daytona
Beach, was charged Sept. 11 with
unlawful possession of a con-


trolled substance cocaine. Bail
was set at $2,000.
*Lashana Denise Carter, 37, of
845 Lewis Drive, Daytona Beach,
was charged Sept. 12 with viola-
tion of probation for battery of an
emergency provider. No bail was
set.
*Exevious Dwayne Lee, 20, of
1401 S. Palmetto Ave., Apt. 810,
Daytona Beach, was charged
Sept. 12 with two counts of fraudu-
lent use of a credit card and one
count of attempted fraudulent use
of a credit card. Bail was set at
$7,500.
*Adrian Ambrose Allen, 18, of
1050 Alice Drive, Daytona Beach,
was charged Sept. 12 with armed
carjacking. Bail was set at
$20,000.
*Larry Columbus McCoy, 42, of
560 Ballough Road, Daytona
Beach, was charged Sept. 12 with
possession of cocaine. Bail was
set at $2,000.
*Laura Rose Hannans, 24, of
1200 Beville Road, Apt. 144, Day-
tona Beach, was charged Sept. 13
with grand theft. Bail was set at
$1,000.
*Corinthia Brown, 25, of 845
Lewis Drive, Daytona Beach, was
charged Sept. 13 with the sale and
delivery of cocaine and posses-
sion of cocaine. Bail was set at
$30,000.
*Sandra Williams, 36, of 125 N.
Carole St., Daytona Beach, was
charged Sept. 13 with the sale and
delivery of cocaine and posses-
sion of cocaine. Bail was set at
$30,000.
*Decoria Leshun Smith, 26, of
551 Sandra Ave., Daytona Beach,
was charged Sept. 13 with unlaw-
ful possession of a controlled sub-
stance. Bail was set at $1,500.
*Ronald Stephen Herrell, 44, of
646 N. Beach St., Apt. 57, Daytona
Beach, was charged Sept. 13 with
battery on a law enforcement offi-
cer. No bail was set.
*Jon Rozalewycz, 38, of 143
Madison Ave., Daytona Beach,
was charged Sept. 13 with grand
theft. Bail was set at $1,500.
*Christopher Lee Hart, 23, of
317 S. Halifax Ave., Daytona
Beach, was charged Sept. 13 with
unlawful possession of cocaine.
Bail was set at $5,000.
*Theodore Harper, 30, of 430
Hudson St., Daytona Beach, was
charged Sept. 13 with possession
of cocaine. Bail was set at $6,500.
*Shawn Richard Farrow, 44, of
504 Vermont Ave., Daytona
Beach, was charged Sept. 13 with
unlawful possession of a con-
trolled substance cocaine. Bail
was set at $1,000.
*Perrill Anthony Perkins, 26, of
648 Brentwood Drive, Apt. 15,
Daytona Beach, was charged
Sept. 13 with possession with
intent to distribute and violation of
probation. Bail was set at $1,500.
*Deleon Hendley II, 23, of 620
Cannon St., Daytona Beach, was
charged Sept. 13 with possession
with intent to sell. Bail was set at
$10,000.
Volusia County
Sheriff's Office

*Willie T. Thompson, 50, of 429
N. Caroline St., Daytona Beach,


was charged Sept. 7 with failure to
register as a sex offender and fail-
ure to change driver's license
address. Bail was set at $3,000.
*William Glover, 64, of 142
Franklin Ave., Daytona Beach,
was charged Sept. 7 with posses-
sion of a controlled substance -
cocaine. Bail was set at $2,000.
*Curtis Lloyd Futch, 26, of 1621
Carmen Ave., Holly Hill, was
charged Sept. 10 with aggravated
stalking and violation of drug court
conditions for possession of
cocaine. Bail was set at $1,500.
*Mayra Soto, 47, of 1030 Fourth
St., Apt. 7, Holly Hill, was charged
Sept. 11 with failure to appear for
unemployment fraud. No bail was
set.
*Charles David Henderson, 29,
of 913 Alabama Ave., Holly Hill,
was charged Sept. 12 with viola-
tion of probation for possession of
heroin. No bail was set.
*Pelma Leandros Terrell, 23, of
137 Lockhart St., Daytona Beach,
was charged Sept. 12 with the sale
of cocaine, possession of crack
cocaine with intent to sell. Bail was
set at $21,000.
*Richard Todd Arrington, 39, of
303 Riverside Drive, Apt. 148,
Holly Hill, was charged Sept. 13
with violation of probation for
grand theft auto. No bail was set.
*Keith Jermaine Lovett, 29, of
720 Flanders Ave., Daytona
Beach, was charged Sept. 13 with
possession of cocaine. No bail
was set.
*Brandon R. Williams, 20, of
1332 Old Kings Road, Holly Hill,
was charged Sept. 13 with viola-
tion of court conditions for the sale
of cocaine and violation of court
conditions for trafficking cocaine.
No bail was set.

Florida Highway Patrol

*Jantson George Williams, 26,
of address unknown in Daytona
Beach, was charged Sept. 8 with
violation of probation for attempt-
ing to flee or elude authorities. No
bail was set.
Holly Hill
Police Department

*Terrance Ralph Sicilia, 20, of
1238 Half Graham Ave., Holly Hill,
was charged Sept. 11 with tam-
pering with a witness. No bail was
set.
*Richard Todd Arrington, 39, of
303 Riverside Drive, Apt. 148,
Holly Hill, was charged Sept. 12
with trespassing on a construction
site and attempting to deal stolen
property. Bail was set at $5,500.
*Walter J. Skowronski III, 18, of
124 Half Walker St., Holly Hill,
was charged Sept. 13 with pos-
session of a controlled substance
- Xanax. Bail was set at $1,500.
Florida Department
of Law Enforcement

*Eugene Aaron Walton, 40, of
941 Valencia Park, Daytona
Beach, was charged Sept. 12 with
conspiracy to commit robbery and
unlawful compensation. Bail was
set at $20,000.


Incident: robbery
Location: 7-Eleven
City: Daytona Beach
Date of incident: Aug.
14
Time of incident: 5:03
a.m.
Wanted person:
unknown black male

Crime Stoppers of
Northeast Florida is
seeking information on
the identity of a man
who robbed the 7-
Eleven at 35 S. Atlantic
Ave. in Daytona Beach
on Aug. 14.
The suspect, who
went behind the count-
er and ordered a clerk to
open the register,
implied that he had a
weapon, but never dis-



Week
From page A3

ical Center for a wound
that extended from his
back to his chest under
his right arm. At the hos-
pital, he told officers that
Mr. Rose had warned
him, "You're going to get
cut."
A witness to the fight


played one. The suspect
took an undisclosed
amount of money and
then fled the store in an
unknown direction.
The suspect is a black
man with a short, afro-
style hair who's about 5
feet, 6 inches and has a
thin build. He was last
seen wearing blue jean,
knee-length shorts, a
black shirt, black hat
and a red bandana cov-
ering his face.
Anyone who recog-
nizes the suspect is
asked to call Crime
Stoppers toll-free at
(888) 277-TIPS. Callers
to Crime Stoppers will
remain anonymous and
can qualify for a reward
of up to $1,000.


told officers that Mr. Rose
was intoxicated and that
the fight may have been
about a woman that both
men were involved with,
the VCSO report states.

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Callers are asked to refrain from making
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Culture squeezes in front of the kids
I am really upset right now with the city of Daytona Beach
and its bureaucratic behavior.
I have been taking my children to the local community gym-
nastic center program inside the Schnebly Recreation Center
on A1A for the past three and a half years.
This program has produced champions for more than 30
years and continues to produce state championship gymnasts.
So far this year, the program has resulted in six state champion
awards ranging from first to third place. Plaques and trophies
line the walls covering decades of excellence.
This, in my eyes, is one of the best gymnastic centers in the
state. People from all over bring their kids there. In fact, some
who brought their kids are now bringing their grandkids!
Three of the coaches there actually started as students at 6
years of age in this gym and now are coaching there 20 years
later.
This center is what is meant by a community-run business
providing wonderful services to that community. So what sce-
nario could result in such a wonderful program being shut
down?
Lack of city funds to replace the much-needed gymnastic
floor would. The floor has been inspected and maybe classified
as unsafe soon. With an unsound floor, the gym can't operate.
The funds were initially available, then became unavailable as
the city voted 5 to 2 on giving the London Symphony Orchestra
$500,000, despite much public outcry.
This floor has been talked about for at least the past two years
that I have been going there. As you walk on it, you can feel that
it needs to be replaced. It has been repaired too many times;
now it's time to replace it with a floor that will last a lifetime.
The price is a pittance for such a wonderful and valuable
community asset. The floor funds were to be available to the
program if the difference between funds appropriated and the
actual cost to replace it was raised.
After parents and supporters raised the proper amount
through fundraisers, the bid verified and the install date
arranged, the funds that were promised were suddenly not
available.
This is just wrong. What are the kids supposed to do? Where
do they go? Why close this program down for lack of a floor? It
makes no sense.
We urge the city of Daytona Beach to give the funds back. and
let us get the floor. The gymnastics program is e\uremely active,
and we will show you with the new promoting that sdine par -
ents and the coach are doing that it will be better than ever
before.
"Cultural needs" in our city should not be in front of the
needs of our children. Right now, it seems that our children are
coming in a distant last.

Property tax relief is a sham, resident says
What a sham! All along we have been hearing about these so-
called drastic cuts in municipal services that are coming due to
the imminent tax cuts. And then the estimated tax bill arrives
and what a let down.
There is no tax relief here, only questions for the county tax
assessor. Where are the tax cuts? Whose taxes are being
reduced?
We need some answers!

Two-for-one ranting
Regarding the poor, dead critter in the road: In most towns,
the sanitation department handles this. If not, they can tell you
who does. Maybe the personnel did not see the animal. A call
will alert them.
To the person displeased with the recycling company so is no
longer going to recycle, I believe this to be cutting off one's nose
to spite one's face. I'm not thrilled with their rates, but I'm not
going to penalize the entire planet because of it.

It's not fall yet
First of all, I love Hometown News.
But I do believe fall does not begin until Sept. 20 or 21. The
paper says fall, but I believe it's still summer, unless I've been
wrong all these years.

Not happy with noisy neighbors

Over the years, our neighborhood has gone through many
changes. People who were middle-aged are now elderly and
some are ill. Many younger people have moved in here who
could care less about others. They play their music so loud that
the windows shake, which either puts people in fear, anger or
stress.
Also, homes don't sell that sit near these uncaring persons
due to the thumping music. This occurs every day starting early


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in the morning and running throughout the day until late
evening.
If you are ill or dying or just desire quiet, there is no rest or
peace in the home you lived in and paid for so long.
If there are indeed laws against this decibel of music, why do
we live and pay taxes in the area of Center and 10th Street in
Holly Hill have to endure this daily treatment?

In response to 'Fighting there
has stopped killing here'
Is this person knowledgeable about the losses the U.S. has
suffered? It's OK to have more than 3,700 of our soldiers dead?
It's all right that "someone else's sons, daughters, parents, rela-
tives" die? It's OK for the parents of the two sons who were killed
over there?
Writer, I ask the same question of you as I ask the president of
the United States of America. How do you sleep at night?
The writer of that article sounds like an extremely selfish per-
son, and I am putting it nicely. How I interpret this person is that
he or she is fat and sassy comfortably sitting in front of their tel-
evision watching American Idol, sipping on their soda while our
troops, men and women alike, are fighting a war that is killing
our young people "over there"! It's OK, and thank you Mr. Presi-
dent. I just don't want to get up off of my lazy butt and do any-
thing. Oh. and with our U.S. casualties, it's OK just as long as it's
o er there!
I support our troops 100 percent. Mr. President gets no sup-
port from me.
One thing I am proud of is that just because I don't like this
war in Iraq doesn't mean I don't love every one of our troops
throughout this world because I do, and I show it. I come from a
long line of military men and women who have served the Unit-
ed States proudly, and my youngest son is one of them today.
These military men and women serve with pride, and the
past military men and women have done it with the same pride.
So, writer, thankyou for sounding so ignorant. Because, if I had
to fight for my country here on our soil, I would do it! Would
you?

Agree with 'No relief found in taxes' ranter
I agree with the person who wrote this.
Where is our reduction in taxes and health insurance? There
have been no hurricanes since 2004. Our house insurance went
up more than $600, and our taxes are going up.
Gov. Charlie Crist made an obligation to reform the insurance
agency.
Insurance is the biggest racket in this country today. Since
when did a person buying a house have to have wind, flood and
regular damage insurance?
Stop building on the oceanfront, on the water and patched
up ponds and lakes. Then, we won't have to pay for the rich peo-
ple's houses that are blowing away.
I live in Breakaway Trails. We have no wind, flooding or fire in
this area. Why do we have to pay for other people's damage?
This is an act of God. This is not something people look forward
to. Florida is not just a paradise.

In response to 'Hatred of homosexuals
leads to killing'
I applaud this person for having the ability to understand. I
do not for the life of me understand why people think that by
passing laws legalizing gay marriage will change their lifestyle.
No one chooses to be gay; that is just how it happens. I don't
understand why people feel that beating up, ridiculing and
harassing is going to make that person different.
There is no one on this earth who knows for sure how God
feels about the gay community. I personally feel if God was
against the gay community, then people would not be born gay.
This is not a choice.


Anyone who chooses to show such violence toward any per-
son for any reason shows his or her ignorance.
When I read the Bible, I read that God loves every man,
woman and child on this earth. I didn't see any asterisks stating
except gaypeople.
I am not trying to put anyone down, but when people fear
something, they attack. I have yet to understand why people
fear the gay community being allowed to marry each other
legally. How in the world is that going to affect a marriage
between a man and a woman?
It is time for the people in this world to stop being so small-
minded, to start to truly follow the words in the Bible and to love
one another. Stop judging how other people live. You nor I have
any right to judge other people. Just because someone is gay
does not mean he or she will turn your children that way. They
make as good, if not better, schoolteachers. They make as good,
if sometimes not better, bankers, lawyers and doctors.
They are people first. We need to stop making little categories
that people should fit into. No one wants to be judged.
There is one thing that I have found with my friends who are
gay. They have a very positive attitude toward life. They enjoy
themselves very much. They don't seem to worry about howwe
so-called "straight" people see them. I like that. I like the atti-
tude. I think we could all learn a lot from the gay community.
I think those who don't want the gay community to have legal
marriages are scared. I think that they are scared that the gay
community will have longer marriages, and they don't want to
be embarrassed by the fact that the "straight" community can't
seem to hold a marriage together anymore. They are afraid
because they are different.
So many people hold beliefs because they are afraid to think
otherwise. This is how they were taught, their parents were
taught and their grandparents were taught.
Like the other writer, it reminds me also of howwe treated the
black community for so many horrible years and how we treat-
ed the Native American community.
I would rather live in a community of gay people than close-
minded people. I support the gay community, and I am tired of
the way some people treat them.
Don't you think it would be wise to know all the facts before
deciding something? I also believe we are not supposed t0
judge others.

Door-to-door salespeople
driving resident bonkers
I would love to know why, after working all week when I final-;
ly have a couple days off, I have to be bombarded with door-to-:
door salespeople. I cannot relax in my home on the weekends,
anymore without someone ringing the doorbell.
I cannot do yard work or wash my car without some person I
do not know trying to sell me something, asking for donations, I
pushing their latest phone package or trying to convince me
that their religion is better than mine.
I have a "No solicitation" sign right above my doorbell. I know
that it is very visible because I have been known to come out
and clean it in front of a salesperson and then ask them if they
can read it now.
I don't think that I am the only person in town that gets aggra-
vated by this. You're in the middle of something, the doorbell
rings and it is someone wanting to mow your lawn or trim your
trees.
In my opinion, if I wanted to hire a gardener, I would hire one.
If I want to change my phone plan or turn it into some package
deal, I can pick up that phone and contact whomever. If I want
to know about someone else's religion, I can go to their church.
I happen to be very happy with my own religion; otherwise, I
would be looking around. I happen to enjoy doing my own yard
work, and if people would stop interrupting me, I would proba-
bly get more of it done.
I am on the "Do not call" list, so how do you get on the "Do
not interrupt my weekend" list?
I try to be nice and tell them no, but they are so pushy. I am
tired of it. I want to relax and enjoy my weekends. I want to go to
my church on Sunday, and I want to mow my own yard, thank
you very much. Or is that just in my Bible?


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lightning strikes, burglars thwarted and ministry helps the homeless


Hi, Hometown News
readers.
It was a busy week in
our area with twists and turns
and some tragedy.
Some rescuers needed
rescuing when they were
involved in a crash while
heading to help an uncon-
scious person at Embry-
Riddle Aeronautical Universi-
ty. The firefighters were in a
sport utility emergency
vehicle crossing International
Speedway Boulevard near
Volusia Mall when they
collided with a pickup truck
heading east on ISB. The
impact sent the emergency
vehicle into another car.
The two firefighters were
taken to the hospital with
injuries that are not consid-
ered life-threatening. The
driver of the pickup was cited
for failure to yield to an
emergency vehicle. No one
else at the scene was hurt.
Lightning played havoc this
week, injuring people and
starting several house fires.
Afternoon storms very
suddenly blew up and a bolt
of lightning off Ponce Inlet
sent a 12-year-old boy and a
family friend to the hospital.
Chase Terry toldWESH 2 he
was fishing with friend Dawn
Williamson after school when
the storm moved in before


they could get safely to land.
Chase thinks lightning struck
the fishing poles as he held on
to them, throwing him to the
deck and knocking him
unconscious briefly. Dawn,
who held the metal steering
wheel, also was hurt. Both
have bums from their close
brush, and Chase has a
shattered eardrum.
FishandWildlife officers
happened to be near the area
and took Ponce Inlet firefight-
ers to the.damaged boat to
rescue the boaters. EVAC
Ambulance paramedics were
waiting to rush the two to the
hospital.
Chase's mom, Debra, works
in shipping at the hospital,
and with her heart in her
throat, she met the ambu-
lance and was relieved to see
her son sitting up and alert.
She said angels were watch-
ing over her son 'and his
friend, and even Chase
realizes how lucky he is.
However, he is already
clamoring to go back fishing!
That same storm system
led to a lightning strike at a
home in the Sugarmill
subdivision of New Smyrna
Beach. The residents were out
of town, and neighbors pulled
their own garden hoses out to
limit the damage. Firefighters
got on scene quickly and saw


CLAIRE METZ
WESH-TV News
bureau chief
flames coming from the roof.
They quickly got the fire
under control and said
damage to the property on
Live Oak Lane was minimal.
Two other recent fires were
close calls for some residents.
Daytona Beach firefighters
responded to a blaze on
Riverview Boulevard, where
they pulled the resident of a
burning apartment to safety.
Much of what was inside the
man's apartment was
destroyed. It's still unclear
how the fire started.
The sixth anniversary of
Sept. 11 was marked with
memorials and ceremonies in
our area, among them a


moving remembrance at
Bethune-Cookman Universi-
ty and at the Daytona Beach
Fire Department.
State and local leaders
remembered that terrible day
before hundreds of students
who were not required to be
in the audience, but listened
reverently. The losses of Sept.
11 are not lost on young
people.
Daytona Beach police said
they bagged the bad guys and
got the goods after a burglary
at a jewelry store.
Police arrested Patrick
Percentie, 28, and Irland
Duncan, 27, both of Miami. A
third man also was arrested,
although he wasn't immedi-
ately identified. Police said
the getaway driver got away.
An officer on routine patrol
saw a vehicle, its door open,
stopped in front of Tom Cook
Jewelers on Beach Street just
after 6 a.m. recently. The
driver took off, but three other
suspects were coming out
through the store's broken
front door. They ran, but
police caught up with them
and recovered $38,000 in
stolen jewels.
Daytona Beach police
busted seven women they
said were using a popular
Web site to solicit for prostitu-
tion. Investigators noticed a


large number of listings from
local women on
www.Craigslist.org. An
undercover officer called the
women, and police said seven
women took the bait.
WESH 2 was there as the
women showed up at a local
hotel room, offering sex for
money. The first and second
time the women are busted
for prostitution, it's a misde-
meanor and they can get out
of jail for a couple hundred
dollars. Police said the third
time has far more serious
consequences. They're
hoping the bust discourages
others from soliciting on a
Web site.
The same department
thinks one of many efforts to
get the homeless home is
working. The charitable
organization Halifax Urban
Ministries, together with the
Daytona Beach Police
Department, started a
program called "Home Free"
to reunite people living on the
streets with family in other
cities. Police identify the
homeless who may want to
leave the area and connect
with family members to
ensure someone on the other
end will take them in. The key
is that person on the other
end. Police won't take
someone off the street in this


city to create problems in
another one.
Since the program started
July 1, more than 52 people
have taken a bus out of town,
and the ministry has a waiting
list. They can afford to send 20
people home on a bus per
month. They said the money
comes from the organization
Traveler's Aid.
Here is another reminder
about theVolusia County
Sheriff's Office Battle of the
Badges to raise money for the
Sheriff's Youth Ranch Satur-
day, Sept. 22. This year, the
feature event of the battle will
be an in-shore fishing
tournament. The all-day
event will take place at
Riverside Park in New Smyrna
Beach and will include
games, food, fireworks and
police demonstrations for the
entire family.
Everyone will be thinking of
Lake County Sheriff Chris
Daniels, who died during the
bus charity race last year. The
department will instead focus
on boats and hope that many
will participate in honor of
Sheriff Daniels and to raise as
much as possible for kids in
need.

Claire Metz is the WESH2
News bureau chief for Volusia
and Flagler counties.


Adult
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lenged only and sometimes
both who have a range of
disabilities, from physical
handicaps to mental illness
to dementia and Alzheimer's.
Adult day care is just like it
sounds: Adults come typical-
ly from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and
receive social interaction
and meals, and then go
home with family members
in the evening.
While Atlantic only
accepts seniors, just up
Ridgewood Avenue in Holly
Hill, Seniors Are Us has been
open for 10 years and now
accepts the mentally chal-
lenged as well, having
received a request from the
state to do so.
Seniors Are Us is one of
only two East Volusia facili-
ties that has a contract with
the county's Council on
Aging to receive referrals.
Owner Amy Lou Pantages
used her degree in social
work and her experience in


nursing homes to open
Seniors Are Us.
"My grandfather died in a
nursing home and he asked
me to open a place where
people could go and still be
with family," she said.
After opening her doors,
Ms. Pantages said, it took
about five years to bring in
her 30-or-so clients. A typical
person costs the center $29-
55 a day, she said, and most
people must apply for grants
to pay, or they must ask fami-
ly members to foot the bill.
"It's not 'If you build it,
they will come,'" Ms. Pan-
tages said. "They may not be
able to pay for it or they may
not want to pay for it."
One day last week, Ms.
Pantages prepared a birth-
day cake for her clients while
one of her long-term clients,
Viola, played the keyboard
and received cheers for her
rendition of the Highland
song, "My Bonnie Lies Over


the Ocean."
Ms. Pantages does most of
the work herself, with the
help of a small staff. After
school, her 10-year-old
daughter comes in to help
with cooking and cleaning.
She has continued to run
the center through her fight
with cervical, ovarian and
uterine cancer eight years
ago and through a hip
replacement just last year.
"I have my downs ... (and)
I don't foresee anybody com-
ing down the pike to help,"
she said. "I own the building;
if I didn't I'd probably walk
out of here with a loss.
"But until there's another
center, I'm not going any-
where. We'll make it by," she
added.
Like Ms. Pantages, Mr.
Kazimirov has put long
hours into his center.
Were it not for the support
of his wife, he would have
had a hard time moving the


family nearly 1,000 miles
from their Philadelphia
home, he said.
Having operated a similar
business before, he knows
how difficult it can be to
build a clientele.
It is a business Mr. Kaz-
imirov got into as a 20-
something after his own bat-
tle with Hodgkin's
lymphoma.
He sits in his center with a
staff and no clients, a beauti-
ful library with built-in
shelves and leather couches
but no books. It will take
time to receive the nonprofit
funding he needs and to
qualify seniors.
"We'll spend millions of
dollars to shoot up a space
shuttle to get rock from
Mars," he said, "but our
moms and dads have no
place to go."

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Residents jumpstart Heart Walk fundraising


BY TAYLOR MOORE
Staff writer


VOLUSIA COUNTY As
heart disease ravages
through residents from Volu-
sia and Flagler counties, one
of the country's most respect-
ed voluntary health organiza-
tions is rumbling into Day-
tona Beach to combat the
illness on a local level.
More than 1,000 residents
from the two neighboring
counties are expected to par-
ticipate in what the American
Heart Association refers to as
its signature fundraising
event- the Start! HeartWalk.
This year's event will be
held Sept. 28 at the Daytona
Beach Band Shell on 250 N.
Atlantic Ave.
The Heart Walk is a family-
oriented fitness challenge in
which participants have a
chance to raise money for a
worthy cause.
The AHA encourages indi-
viduals and companies alike
to form donation teams to
help raise money.
A donation team leader
that has caught much atten-


tion is Embry-Riddle Aero-
nautical University president
John Johnson. He is the top
Volusia County earner with
more than $14,000 through a
team of 300 members.
Mr. Johnson said that he
has implemented several tac-
tics to raise funds for the
cause.
He appointed a large num-
ber of team leaders who then
set off to recruit walkers.
Mr. Johnson also organized
a drawing for Embry-Riddle
students which, should they
donate, would make them
eligible for a free parking per-
mit for the year.
"I was president of the
American Heart Association's
northern Kentucky office for
a time, so I'm familiar with
the good work they do," Mr.
Johnson said. "I know that
the money is going to be put
to good use."
Dina Evans, co-owner of
Alfie's Restaurant in Ormond
Beach, is also among those
set to participate. Her team of
12 has placed themselves
among the top earners by
raising more than $3,000, pri-


marily because the purpose
of the event has hit so close to
home.
Mrs. Evans' mother, 76-
year-old Micky Hamlin,
recently underwent bypass
surgery in early February.
Mrs. Evans stresses that her
mother's outstanding recov-
ery was in large part due to
the American Heart Associa-
tion.
"Everyone involved in our
ordeal was so helpful," Mrs.
Evans said. "We just felt com-
pelled to give something
back."
The fundraiser, which
reportedly raised more than
$90 million across 450 walks
last year, was instituted to
further fund research on
heart disease and stroke.
According to the American
Heart Association and the
Florida Department of
Health, heart disease and
stroke killed approximately
1,700 people in Volusia and
Flagler counties in 2005,
more than any other record-
ed illness.
In addition, heart disease
and stroke, which are report-


Photo courtesy of the American Heart Association
Participants walk down the beach at last year's Heart Walk. More than 1,000 residents
from Volusia and Flagler counties are expected to participate in this year's event, sched-
uled at 5 p.m., Friday, Sept. 28 at the Daytona Beach Bandshell.


ed to be the No. 1 and No. 3
killers of Americans, claim
more than 910,000 lives a
year nationwide, the AHA
reports.
The AHA also boasts of hav-
ing contributed funds to


some of the most prestigious
advancements in heart
healthcare and research,
such as CPR, pacemakers,
life-extending drugs, heart
bypass-surgery, and innova-
tive surgical techniques to


repair certain heart defects.
Festivities begin on Sept. 28
at 5 p.m., and the Start! Heart
Walk begins at 6 p.m.

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Golfing for the youth


Tournament
to benefit
youth programs

BY TAYLOR MOORE
Staff writer

VOLUSIA COUNTY Go
wrench the nine-iron out
of the wood chipper and
make sure to keep the infu-
riated swearing to a mini-
mum this round of golf
is for the kiddies.
The Ormond Beach and
Holly Hill Police Athletic
Leagues are inviting com-
munity members and busi-
nesses from all over the
area to come and help sup-
port local youth programs.
The PAL Golf Tourna-
ment has become the pre-
mier fundraising event for
the two leagues.


This year's tournament
will be held on Sept. 29 at
the River Bend Golf Club in
Ormond Beach.
All proceeds from the
tournament will go toward
various youth programs
such as Do the Right Thing,
field trips, after-school
tutoring, bowling and any-
thing that will keep kids
involved and off the street,
Ormond Beach Police Sgt.
Kenny Hayes said.
He said participation in
these programs encour-
ages children to "develop a
foundation to make posi-
tive life choices."
Tournament organizers
are urging participants and
sponsors to come out so
they can meet their quota
of 144 players and a spon-
sor on each hole.
According to representa-
tives, the tournament is an


18-hole scramble wherein
participants may either
choose their teams, or be
paired with a foursome.
In addition to various
door prizes and raffles,
Bruce Rossmeyer's Day-
tona Harley Davidson is
putting up the big Hole-in-
One prize a 2007 Harley
Davidson motorcycle.
There will be a compli-
mentary breakfast for par-
ticipants at 7:30 a.m., and
tee-off is at 8:30 a.m.
Sponsorship packages
will be made available for
teams. The entry fee for
those only playing in the
tournament is $70.
For more information,
contact Belinda Legut at
(386) 676-3505, or
legut@ormondbeach.org.

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phetamine house had been
raided with three children in
the home. She raced to the
scene.
"I gave the kids the teddy
bears and the effect was
immediate. It let's them
know we're the good guys,"
she said.
Holding a green Beanie
Baby with a shamrock on its
chest, resident Martha Baer
said she has long been a
teddy bear collector because
of her last name.
"I think it's wonderful; all
little children love teddies
and most have one," said the
87-year-old grandmother of
seven and great-grandmoth-
er of one. "And if they don't,
they'll have one now."
Known around Forest Lake
as a "helper," pushing wheel-
chairs and making conversa-
tion with everyone, Ms. Baer
helped set up the bears for
the event. Her favorite: a
bright pink bear that was one
of the biggest in the collec-
tion.
Ms. Baer's daughter, Honey
Baer, of Port Orange, stopped
by for a visit during the event
and thanked the officials
who attended.
"This is wonderful for the
children, but it's also nice for


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Forest Lake Manor resident Clara Royce gives Officer
David Miller of the Port Orange Police Department a
stuffed animal during the 'Teddies For Tots' event at Forest
Lake Manor in Daytona Beach. Deputy sheriffs, along with
police officers from Port Orange, Daytona Beach and
Holly Hill, came to support by collecting the animals for
distribution to children in crisis situations.


the residents to see they are
special and to see the police
around," she said.
In the future, Forest Lake
should consider holding a
Christmas party to collect
gifts for children. Maybe they
could even have children in
so the seniors can watch
them play, said 83-year-old


resident Adeline Bonanza,
who has no grandchildren.
"It's important to children
to see that someone is think-
ing about them," she said.
"And we put in great effort
and great thought."

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John Walsh DNA
LifePrint Child Safety
Event slated
For the third year in a row,
the DaytonaAuto Mall is host-
ing the national John Walsh
DNA LifePrint Child Safety
Event this week
In the past two years, the
Daytona Auto Mall has given
more than 1,000 local families
the opportunity to take their
children's fingerprints, photo-
graphs, information and DNA
in case their children go miss-
ing, said auto mall promo-
tions manager Cathy
Calderoni.
The safety program is slated
for Sept. 22 from noon to 4
p.m., and is free to children of
all ages.

Police department
to host meeting

The Daytona Beach Police
Department will host a public
COMPSTAT meeting for Dis-
trict II (from the railroad
tracks east to the beach) at
6:30 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 27,
at the Schnebly Recreation
Center, 1101 N. Atlantic Ave.
For more information, call
(386) 671-5100.

Citizens Fire Academy
begins Sept. 27
Applications are being
accepted for the fall Citizens
Fire Academy.
An organizational meeting
for the start of this program
will be held at 6 p.m., Thurs-
day, Sept. 27, at Fire Station
No. 1, 301 S. Beach St.


Citizens of the city of Day-
tona Beach who are age 18 or
older may participate.
The Citizen Fire Academy
will meet from 6 to 9 p.m. one
night per week for five weeks
(meeting nights to be deter-
mined at the organizational
meeting), tentatively. sched-
uled for each Thursday, at
Daytona Beach Fire Depart-
ment headquarters, Fire Sta-
tion No. 1, 301 S. Beach St.
Participants will be notified of
the exact dates once they are
established.
Class size is limited to 20
students. Curriculum is divid-
ed into three areas: classroom
participation, hands-on prac-
tical experiences and drill
ground activities.
The program is free.
To enroll, fill out and mail in
or drop off a completed appli-
cation form. Applications can
be downloaded from the fire
department Web site or
picked up at any Daytona
Beach fire station.
Application must be
dropped off or mailed to Day-
tona Beach Fire Department,
301 S. Beach St., Daytona
Beach, FL 32114-5001.
For more information, call
(386) 671-4006.

World karate
championships slated

The Gator Nationals World
Karate Championships will be
held Sept. 21-22 at the Day-
tona Beach Ocean Center.
This American martial srts
event will feature competitors
from younger than 5 years old
to adults older than 50. A
fighting competition and
competition in forms,
weapons and musical events


will be held. Continuous fight-
ing also will be showcased.
Activities will begin Friday
at 7:30 p.m., 10 a.m. on Satur-
day and at 7:30 p.m. for the
Night of Grand Champions.

County to offer event
on teacher duty day

Volusia County Leisure Ser-
vices will offer a field trip to
Daytona Lagoon for youths
ages 6 to 15 from 7:30 a.m. to
5:30 p.m., Friday, Sept. 28.
Sept. 28 is a "teacher duty day"
for Volusia County Schools.
Registration for the activity
will be held from 4 to 5:30
p.m., Sept. 21 in the cafeterias
of Holly Hill Middle. A $5 reg-
istration and $28 trip fee
applies (only checks will be
accepted).
All participating children
must wear aVolusia County T-
shirt, available at registration
for $3. Children also are
required to bring lunch or
lunch money.
For more information, call
(386) 736-5953.

Junior League to host
shopping event for
children in need
Best Foot Forward, spon-
sored by the Junior League of
Daytona Beach, has a mission;
to clothe more than 160 Title I
elementary-aged children in
back-to-school clothing and
shoes that would otherwise be
unaffordable.
The Junior League coordi-
nates with the schools to get
permission slips for the out-
ing, supplies a light snack for
the children, and through vol-


COASTAL CLEANUP


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Atlantic High School Key Club members helped clean the beach at Sunsplash Park in
Daytona Beach during the annual 'Coastal Cleanup' event last Saturday. (Front row)
Fifteen-year-olds Krista Kesselring, Heather Rubine and Erin Davis. (Back row) Atlantic
High instructor Jim Clements, Jarod Nendrickson, 16, and Key Club president Ruth
O'Maley, 17, of Daytona Beach.


unteer efforts, has a "personal
shopper" for each child.
This shopping event will be
held from 6 to 8:30 p.m., Sun-
day, Sept. 23, at JC Penney,
1700 W. International Speed-
way Blvd., Daytona Beach.
Adults older than 18 willing
to donate their time shopping
during event hours and abide
by the Junior League requests
and rules may participate.
The Junior League requests
that personal shoppers follow
the suggested purchase list
and keep the dollar limit


established by the Junior
League of $100 for clothing
and $30 for shoe apparel. Vol-
unteers may not personally
pay for additional items. The
established total dollar limit is
$130, so bring a calculator.
The volunteer check in will
be on the north side of JC Pen-
ney, under the porte cochere
area. Participants should
arrive by 6 p.m. The children
will arrive at 6:30 p.m. via
VOTRAN buses.
A suggested purchase list
will include a jacket or coat for
colder weather days, long-


sleeve or warmer weather
shirt, a pair of khaki-like pants
for social events, socks,
underwear, undergarments or
a belt and a pair of shoes limit-
ed to $30.
Items not allowed are toys,
perfume/beauty products,
houseware items, candy or
food, jewelry, purse/wallet,
swimsuit/swim trunks and
non-appropriate school wear.

For more information, call
(386)253-1756.

-For Hometown News


Glow ball golfing returns with charity tourney


Proceeds benefit
PACE Center
BY BETHANY CHAMBERS
Staff writer

VOLUSIA COUNTY -
Brian Lendis doesn't golf. He
doesn't even own a set of
clubs.
But one time a year, the
Port Orange resident gathers
three of his friends at least
one will share clubs, he said
- and participates in the
Kiwanis Club of the Trails'
unique glow ball golfing
event.
Mr. Lendis just can't get
over the fact that the fluores-
cent glow-stick-filled ball
"looks like a shooting star."
But there is another reason
Mr. Lendis and other Kiwanis
members hold the tourna-
ment: All the proceeds go to
the PACE Center for Girls in
Ormond Beach and other
children's charities.
Next week, the Kiwanis
Club of the Trails will host the
seventh annual edition of
their Twi-Nite Golf Tourna-
ment at Daytona Beach's
LPGA International course.
The course is shortened to
3-par in order to accommo-
date all skill levels includ-
ing players like Mr. Lendis -
and to keep the golfers mov-
ing.
That speed is necessary
because the tournament


starts at 4:30 p.m. Sept. 28,
with players finishing near
midnight. The first nine holes
are followed by a dinner buf-
fet; players will tee off on their
second nine holes at about 8
p.m.
The Twi-Nite tournament is
the only glow ball golfing
event hosted at LPGA, Kiwa-
nis club treasurer Paula Gre-
gory said.
In order to keep the night-
time players safe, volunteers
from the Kiwanis Club, PACE
and LPGA will put about 750
snap glow-sticks all over the
course, with blue signifying
water, white at the sand traps
and green trimming the, well,
green.
The nighttime play has
never led to injuries, though it
has caused some shenani-
gans, Ms. Gregory said.
"Somebody hit into anoth-
er group last year; it was an
honest mistake," she recalled.
"So, the other group decid-
ed to get back at them by
playing a trick. When the
group went to the next hole,
they all thought they'd hit
onto the green, but really they
were in the sand trap. The
glow sticks had been
switched," she laughed.
This year's event will be
much like last year's, but with
one new rule: Don't go near
the water.
"Last year somebody hit his
ball into the water and he saw
it on top so he went to get it.


Then it moved. Then it went
under. An alligator had it in
his mouth," Ms. Gregory
recalled.
The Kiwanis partnered to
help PACE, a public school for
troubled teenage girls, seven
years ago when they learned
of their financial need,
incoming Kiwanis president
Dr. Philip Shapiro said.
"They have a high rate of
success. What's so great is that
a lot of these ladies didn't
have much of a chance," he
said. "But they come out with
a lot of self-esteem and confi-
dence."
. Last year's event raised just
more than $17,500. The
money was handed to the
staff at the PACE Center's
Maude Lawrence Rigby cam-
pus a few weeks later at an
open house.
The unrestricted gift meant
center director Renee
McQueen could put the
money into things the girls
need that are not covered by
the school district. For exam-
ple, some money bought girls
VOTRAN monthly bus passes
and school uniforms, Ms.
McQueen said.
Just recently that money
was used to take the girls on a


Daytona Beach Community
College tour, she added.
For a minimum donation
of $400, any foursome can
play the course. Residents
from all over the area come
for the once-in-a-lifetime
opportunity, Ms. Gregory
said.
Thanks to premier partners
like Sales Partner Systems, a
food service distribution and
marketing systems company
based in Ormond Beach,
players receive golf balls, con-
cessions and dinner for free.
One winner from the first
nine and one winner from the
second nine will receive their
entry fee back
The Kiwanis will raffle off
gift certificates worth $25 and
more, mostly to upscale
restaurants. There will also be
a putting contest and "Beat
the Pro" contest for other
prizes.
Although all 120 tee-times
have been filled, the Kiwanis
are still seeking volunteers to
help with set-up starting at
noon, Sept. 28. Volunteers
receive free dinner and con-
cessions.
For more information, con-
tact Paula Gregory at (386)
274-2747.


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number of awards at conference


STAFF REPORT

Hometown News won eight
awards at an international
newspaper conference held
in Boston last week.
The Independent Free
Newspapers of America,
made up of 307 newspaper
companies from the United
States and Canada,
announced the winners at a
ceremony on Sept. 13. There
were 980 advertising and edi-
torial entries submitted for
judging.
"This a record for us at
IFPA," said Steve Erlanger,
Hometown News publisher
and chief operations officer,
who accepted the awards on
the newspaper's behalf.
"Once again we were right up
there at the top of the prize
list.
"It is amazing to see that in


five short years we are annu-
ally exceeding the efforts of
companies that have been
around 10 or 20 times longer
than us. It truly shows the cal-
iber of our team is far ahead
of the rest."
Hometown News won the fol-
lowing awards:
*Hometown News, third
place, Best Internet Site
*James Clark third place,
Best Original Photo, "Players
in the mist"
Anita Bevins third place,
Best Sports Writing, "Base-
ball's new color line?"
*Nancy Nichols, second
place, restaurant ad, Casa
Giuseppe's
Jeffrey Mayer, second
place, furniture ad, Brandon
Fine Furniture
*Rick McBride and Ivan
Bermudez, first place, grocery
ad, Daytona Flea & Farmer's


Market
*Hometown News, Mel-
bourne office, first place,
community service, Commu-
nity Corkboard
*Warren Kargarise, first
place, Best Original Writing,
"With one year left, fans won-
der if Dodgertown will
become ghost town"
IFPA is a 27-year-old indus-
try organization, members of
which are independent pub-
lishers of free distribution
newspapers, reaching 17 mil-
lion consumers in their
respective markets.
Hometown News is a five-
year-old group of weekly
community newspapers cov-
ering 18 markets along Flori-
da's southeastern coast from
North Palm Beach to
Ormond Beach, with a com-
bined total circulation of
473,250.


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Photo courtesy of Beth Medders
The commercial Beautification Award winner for September is Park's Riverside Restau-
rant, located at 1112 Riverside Drive in Holly Hill. Pictured are Joyce Waters, Ed
McGraw, Ann Kneller, JoLynn Watkins, Lou Schmitt, beautification board member, Joie
Richeson, beautification board chairperson, and Holly Hill Mayor Roland Via.


ei;*


Hotel/Motel
Association to honor
hospitality employees

The third annual Employee
Appreciation & Scholarship
Dinner will be held Friday,
Sept. 28, at the Hilton Ocean-
front Daytona Beach.
Cocktails will be served
from 6 to 7 p.m., and dinner
will follow at 7 p.m.
The following guest services
employees will be honored:
Bellman/Bellwoman of the
year, Front Desk Agent of the
Year, Room Attendant of the
Year, Outstanding Lodging
Employee of the Year, Food &
Beverage Employee of the
Year, Outstanding Restaurant
Employee of the Year, Engi-
neer/Maintenance Depart-
ment Employee of the Year
and Sales & Marketing
Employee oftheYear.
Tom Stead will be honored
with Humanitarian Award of
the Year and the late Roger
Krauth will be honored with
the Legacy Award of the Year.


Comedian Mark Mayfield
will perform.
A percentage of the
evening's profits will be
donated to the Scholarship
Hospitality Fund for Bethune-
Cookman University and
Daytona Beach Community
College.
For more information, call
(386) 257-6828.

Ribbon cutting
planned

Good Samaritan Society-
Daytona will have a ribbon-
cutting ceremony and
Founder's Day celebration at
noon, Friday, Sept. 28, at 325
S. Segrave St., Daytona Beach.
Mayor Glenn Ritchey and
Chamber of Commerce repre-
sentatives will conduct the
ribbon cutting.
Tours will be given of the
short-term rehabilitation
unit, long-term care unit,
assisted living facility and
Olds Hall Independent Living
Facility. Buses will take the
public to Luther Hall on South


Palmetto Drive.
Refreshments will be avail-
able throughout the build-
ings, and door prizes also will
be available.
Founder's Day events are
held each fall to coincide with
the Good Samaritan Society's
incorporation date of Sept. 29,
1922. This year, the society
celebrates its 85th anniversary
with the theme "Ever Forward
in Christ's Love: Living the
Legacy, Leaving a Legacy."

Event to showcase
manufacturing careers

The Advanced Technology
College and the Volusia Man-
ufacturer's Association will
host an event designed to
introduce students to local
career and educational
opportunities, and to attract
job seekers and business pro-
fessionals interested in the
latest activities in the area's
manufacturing sector.
Opportunity Day at the
ATC and the VMA's Small
Business Expo will jointly


kick off from 3:30 to 8:30
p.m., Thursday, Sept. 27, at
the ATC, 1770 Technology
Blvd., Daytona Beach.
The business expo will kick
things off with roundtable
discussions by VMA mem-
bers regarding new technolo-
gies and issues specific to the
local manufacturing indus-
try.
Opportunity Day will begin
at 5:30 p.m. It will feature
exhibitions that will intro-
duce attendees to a host of
area employers many who
serve on ATC program advi-
sory boards and are mem-
bers of the VMA to learn
about the skills they require
for employment within their
organizations.
ATC officials also will pro-
vide tours and make presen-
tations related to various
degree and certificate pro-
grams that can train atten-
dees for careers in manufac-
turing-related and other
high-tech fields.
The event is free to the
public.
For more information, call


(386) 506-4100.

Employer honored
with national
vets award

The Veterans of Foreign
Wars presented Ocean Waters
Management with a national
award for its dedication to hir-
ing veterans and. helping
them adjust to civilian life.
The "Employer of the Year
Award" is given to companies
who recognize the skills and
potential of men and women
exiting the service.
More than 50 vets are on
Ocean Waters' staff, and two
employees are currently
deployed for the war.
Ocean Waters was honored
at a special ceremony on Sept.
11 at Veterans of Foreign Wars
Post 3282 in Port Orange.
Ocean Waters employee
Stephen Nalley received the
James C. Gates Distinguished
Service Award.
A combat veteran from the
U.S. Army, he is responsible


for hiring many of the former
soldiers on the Ocean Waters
staff.

Workshop promotes
common sense
approach to profits

The Small Business Devel-
opment Center at Daytona
Beach Community College
will host "Apply Common
Sense to Increase Profits"
from 6 to 9 p.m., Wednesday,
Sept. 26, in the Multipurpose
Room at the Advanced Tech-
nology College located at 1770
Technology Blvd., Daytona
Beach.
This workshop will have
examples and short video pre-
sentations to help partici-
pants examine simple ways to
save time and money while
conducting business.
To register or for more infor-
mation, call (386) 506-4723 or
i'isit the I li'b site atwww.sbdc-
dbcc.com..
-For Hometown News


Martha
From page Al


than a corporate titan.
With her signature shoul-
der-length bob and under-
stated makeup, Ms. Stewart
appeared relaxed and
younger than her reported
66 years as she chatted about
the features of the new
homes.
Daytona Beach resident
Jean Adam was delighted
that she was selected to
attend after recently visiting
a KB Home development.
"I was shocked that I won,"
Ms. Adam said. "My neigh-
bor wanted to come so bad,"
she said, so she brought her
as her guest.
Ms. Adam's friend declined
to be interviewed, admitting
she played hooky from work
in hopes of meeting the
lifestyle maven.
The Deer Creek develop-
ment near Airport Road and
Tymber Creek Road in
Ormond Beach is the ninth
such collaboration nation-
wide between Martha Stew-
art Living Omnimedia and
KB Home, Mr. Mezger said.
"Every one of them has
been a resounding success,"
he said. "We've had record
traffic levels, great sales, and
great excitement in the mar-
ketplace."
"I'm just thrilled with it,"
Ms. Stewart said of her first
onsite look at the three Flori-
da models: Dunemere, Sky-
lands and Katonah, all
inspired by her homes in
New York and Maine.
Ms. Stewart said her
designs were adapted to fit
the Florida lifestyle, with fea-
tures such as larger windows,
high ceilings, light-colored
walls, tile and stone on floors
and "super-duper" air condi-
tioning. Windows have been
added to closets and laundry
rooms, she said, something
unique in the marketplace.


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Beverly Alvarez-Daly/staff photographer
Domestic diva Martha Stewart and Jeff Mezger, KB Home
CEO and president, give the media and the winners of a
drawing a sneak peek of homes inspired and styled by Ms.
Stewart. The Deer Creek development is located near Air-
port Road in Ormond Beach.


The lifestyle guru was
most animated when talking
about the heart of the home
- the kitchen. Attention was
paid to details such as the
placement of outlets, large
sinks to accommodate
turkey-roasting pans,
pantries and spacious work
islands, she said.
"We want to make the
kitchen as beautiful as the
rest of the house," Ms. Stew-
art said.
About 150 people who vis-
ited other KB Home sites
won a chance to attend the
private block party, tour the
model homes and get a
glimpse of Ms. Stewart.
The party, held under a
large white tent, included
something no true Martha
fan could resist craft
tables.
With lunch selections such


as grilled chicken with citrus
salsa, giant shrimp kabobs,
oak-grilled vegetables, rose-
mary corn muffins and an
array of "home cooked"
cookies, the menu was plen-
tiful and "Martha Inspired."
Ms. Stewart was mobbed
when she made her appear-
ance at the party. Most fans
had to settle for a quick
' glance in the crowded tent.
Deer Creek offers one- and
two-story homes ranging
from 2,516 to 3,857 square
feet, with prices starting in
the low $300,000s. The com-
munity will offer trails, a
community pool, fitness
center, playground and
sports facilities. Model
homes are now open to the
public.

Willard@hometownnew-
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Praying without ceasing protects the righteous


Pray without ceasing.
In everything give
thanks for this is the
will of God concerning you.
Do not quench the spirit.
Despise not prophesying.
Prove all things and hold
fast to that which is good.
Abstain from all appear-
ances of evil. And the very
God of peace will sanctify
you wholly...", I Thessaloni-
ans 5:6.
God's promises to us are
for our benefit. In order to
experience all that God has
for us, we have the word of
God as a road map to
follow.
In this passage of scrip-
ture, we find Paul's admo-
nition to us and his word of
instruction for us. We are to
pray without ceasing. It is
impossible to sin when we


are in an attitude of prayer.
You cannot do it.
One of the best reasons
to learn to pray without
ceasing or to stay in a
constant attitude of prayer
is simple: we are constantly
making decisions and
God's guidance is an asset
in that process.
Equally important to
praying without ceasing is
giving thanks to God for all
that he has done and all
that he is going to do for
us. When we learn to give
God thanks for all that he is
doing in us and around us,
we will find that our lives
will take on a whole new
meaning.
God delights in the
praises of His children. He
loves it when we look to
him in our prayers that do


PASTOR BOB
Religion columnist
not cease. He loves it when
we take time to thank him
for what he is doing in our
lives, even when things
may not be going, as we
would like for them to go.
We can always find some-
thing to be thankful to God


for.
We are not to despise the
preaching of the word of
God. There are a lot of
things that are said in
sermons and behind
pulpits that are not from
the word of God, but we are
not to despise what the
word of God has to say to
us.
We need to hear the word
of God, and it ought to
have an impact on our
hearts and in our lives. Paul
tells us to prove all things.
How are we to do that? We
prove all things by seeing
how they line up with what
the word of God teaches.
We are to hold onto what is
good.
This passage tells us that
we are to abstain from all
appearances of evil. These


evil influences are every-
where. They are all around
us. We need to watch what
comes into our homes by
television. We are to guard
what we listen to on the
radio. These evil influences
touch our lives, and we fail
to recognize the danger
that they can cause. It is
not enough to abstain from
evil itself. We are to abstain
from the appearances of
evil. Once we get past the
appearances, it is often too
late.
When we make these
directions priorities in the
way we live our lives in the
decisions that we make,
the God of peace will
sanctify us or set us apart
for his blessings wholly in
spirit, soul and body.
If you and I will do our


part, we can be sure that
God will do his part. In
fact, God will do more than
his share to get us to do our
part just so he can bless us.
We have a wonderful father
in our God, and he will not
fail us, even when we fail
him. We need to watch
what we do so that God can
do the things that he so
much wants to do in us and
with us and through us.

Send comments or
questions about this
devotional thought for the
week to Pastor Bob at
pastor@daytonawestside.c
om or Westside Baptist
Church, 777 Colfax Ave.,
Daytona Beach, FL 32174.
The church is located at
1085 Mason Ave. in Day-
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proposed Hometown
Democracy amendment
have obtained over
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required 611,000)
signatures with
some 130 days left
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location of a community's
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increasing your taxes.
On a recent radio talk
show, Elections Supervisor
Anne McFall stated that if
Hometown Democracy is
approved, her $4.5 million
budget would increase to
over $6 million because
elections would have to be
held quarterly. Not an ideal
way to hold down the cost
of government. Not only
that, it would virtually shut
down any future economic
growth to bring new jobs to
this area.
While proponents are
playing on voters' emotions,
there's something that
proponents aren't telling
citizens If it's approved,
every land owner in Florida
will find his or her individual
property rights severely
compromised. Under
Florida's current system of
land use planning, property
owners who want to use
their land in a manner of
their choosing must gain
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and instead have
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or county. This would
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and is approved by the
Supreme Court, it will go on
the November 2008 ballot
(perhaps beside the Florida
Hometown Democracy
amendment). However, the
alternate contains a clause
allowing it to supersede the
original Hometown
Democracy amendment.
The Chamber has
formed a coalition to inform
the citizens exactly what
this constitutional
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The Volusia Vibe


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If the kids are whining
"I'm bored" and you
can't seem to peel
yourself off the couch,
perhaps knowing about
three notable events in
New Smyrna Beach will
inspire you to experience
your best weekend ever.
The New Smyrna Beach
Jazz Festival will kick off
the weekend with its
opening party from 5:30 to
7:30 p.m., Friday, Sept. 21,
at The Flagler Tavern, 414
Flagler Ave. Tickets cost
$20 at the door, which will
include hors d'oeuvres,
one free drink, music by
saxophonist Thom Cham-
bers and guitarist Greg
Pakstis, silent and live
auctions and games.
The seventh annual
festival will continue from
noon to 8 p.m., Saturday,
Sept. 22, at eight venues
on Flagler Avenue. Set to
perform is the Joe Oddo
Orchette featuring Gwen
Gray, the Al Maniscalco
Trio, the Smokin' Torpe-
does, the Greg Parnell Trio
with vocalist Jaimie
Roberts, the Harold
Blanchard Trio, Sam
Rodriguez Latin Jazz
Band, Jan Crawford &
Friends, the Spruce Creek
High School 12 O'Clock
Band and Jacqueline
Jones. Two outdoor shows
will be held from 5:30 to 7
p.m. at Seaside Station,
504 Flagler Ave., and from
6:30 to.8 p.m. at Cor-Meth
Park, 203 Flagler Ave.
Saturday's events will
coincide with the monthly
Art Walk on Flagler
Avenue, which features
artwork of local artists.
New to this month's event
is a cooking demonstra-
tion conducted by several
chefs from area restau-
rants.
Sunday's jazz events will
be held from 2 to 8:30 p.m.
at eight venues on Third
and Atlantic avenues. The
lineup will include the
Julie Lyon Quartet, the
Robert Harris Band,
Duplicity Duo with
saxophonist Pat D'Aguan-
no, Jeff Rupert & Dirty
Martini featuring Michelle

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Try your luck at Casino Night

Women Realtors to host annual
fundraising event at the Plaza Resort


BY STEPHANIE DIXON
Entertainment writer
Lady Luck may be mak-
ing an appearance this
weekend at the Daytona
Beach Area Chapter of the
Women's Council of Real-
tors' sixth annual Casino
Night.
This fundraising event
will be held from 6 to 10
p.m., Friday, Sept. 21, at
the Plaza Resort & Spa in
Daytona Beach.
"It is a worthy cause,"
said Susan Bradley of the
Women's Council of Real-
tors. '"And it will be at such
a nice location this year -
The Plaza."
The Hawaiian-themed
event will feature gaming
tables, food and a silent
auction, with items donat-
ed from local businesses,
said Ms. Bradley. A draw-
ing for several grand prizes
also will be held.
"Item were donated by
Realtors, title and mort-
gage businesses and sever-
al local business," said
Candace Curtis, president-
elect of WCR and Casino
Night chairman. "It shows
how much the community
cares in helping its own
community. VitasHospice
helps us when we're in
need."
The event, which has


donated more than
$15,000 to the community
over the past six years, will
benefit VitasHospice, a
provider of end-of-life
care, and the Women's
Council of Realtors educa-
tion fund.
"It's a good opportunity
to help charities in our
area," said Beverly Pen-
nacchini, president of
WCR. "The education fund
is for our chapter officers
to travel and learn about
WCR and how to better
run its chapters."
WCR helps its members
with education and pro-
vides opportunities for
networking.
"We always want to keep
on top of our game and to
help each other in busi-
ness," said Ms. Curtis. "And
it's not just for women; it's
for men, too. Everyone is
welcome to attend Casino
Night. It's a community
event. We are a community
organization. We want to
give back to the communi-
ty as well because they give
back to us."
Tickets cost $30 at the
door, which includes din-
ner and $2,000 in chips.
For more information,
call (386) 673-7001 or (386)
290-6737 or send an e-mail
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A supporter of last year's Women's Council of Realtors
Casino Night tries his luck at the craps table. This year's
event will be held from 6 to 10 p.m., Friday, Sept. 21, at
the Plaza Resort & Spa in Daytona Beach.


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FRIDAY, SEPT. 21
*International Peace Day
Gathering: This peace pro-
gram will include songs,
music, stories, meditation, a
labyrinth, dances of univer-
sal peace and a potluck din-
ner. The event will be held at
6 p.m. at Unity of Daytona
Beach, 908 Ridgewood Ave.,
.Holly Hill. For more details,
visit the Web site at
www.unitydaytonabeach.or
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*Global Mala Project: Yoga
centers will come together
worldwide as a sacred


activism for peace at 7 p.m.
at Yoga Bala, 4639 S. Clyde
Morris Blvd., No. 105, Port
Orange. Participants will
practice 108 "Sun Saluta-
tions." After the practice,
Nirinjan will play the gong
for relaxation in
Savasana. Participants may
bring a light blanket and pil-
low. After the class, students
will enjoy a glass of wine or
juice and a light snack.
Twenty-five percent of pro-
ceeds will go to Children's
Refugees of War. The cost is
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*Homegrown Roots Jam-
boree: Local bands the Hali-
fax Contraband and the
Actomatics will perform at
the Bank & Blues Club on
Main Street in Daytona
Beach. The event will start at
8 p.m. The cost is $5.
*Skateboarders for Christ:
A free skate event will be
held at 4 p.m. at South Day-
tona Christian Church, 2121
Kenilworth Ave. The Energy
Skate Team will be the spe-
cial guest. Ramps, rails and
a half pipe will be available.
Free hotdogs and drinks will
be served, and giveaways
will be available. For more
information, call (386) 767-
6949.
*Watercolors Art Festival:
Inlet Harbor Restaurant will
host this event today and
Sunday at 133 Inlet Harbor
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BY STEPHANIE DIXON
Entertainment writer

The weather report for this
weekend looks good, and
FOX 35 weatherman Jim Van
Fleet is calling for a great
show.
His band, Jim Van Fleet &
The Reign, will perform at
Battle of the Badges at 7:30
p.m., Saturday, Sept. 22, at
Riverside Park in New Smyr-
na Beach.
Made up of lead singer Mr.
Van Fleet, drummer Robi
Kirkwood, Ken Franzetta,
steel and acoustic guitarist,
bassist Jesse Zumwalkt, fid-
dler Al Eisenman and lead
guitarist Marty Fontana, the
band has opened for country
stars such as Leanne Rimes
and Tracy Lawrence.
But two performances in
particular stand out in Mr.
Van Fleet's mind.
"There are two shows, as
far as being in awe, that were
the most memorable: open-
ing for Hank Williams Jr. and
Sugarland," said Mr. Van
Fleet. "Of all the new country
music singers, I love her (the
lead singer's) voice. And
Hank is a legend. He's hank.
The crowd was so big. The
people went on and on. It
was my first taste of what it
would be like to do an arena
show."
Mr. Van Fleet, a 32-year-
old singer/songwriter,
describes his music as versa-
tile country.
"If you listen to one of our
records, you will hear every-
thing new country, tradi-
tional, southern rock," he
said.
The country singer, who
hails from Tulsa, Okla., draws
inspiration from an old
favorite and a local musi-
cian, both of whom he's been
fortunate to meet, he said.
"As far as singers, George
Strait is my favorite. As far as
overall quality of voice, the
lead singer of Train, Pat Mon-
ahan," said Mr. Van Fleet.
"Both artists I have been for-
tunate to meet and spend


Amato, Kid Dutch and
His New Orleans Music,
the Bobby Mercer Jazz
Quartet and The What
Thing.
For more information,
call (386) 423-9760 or
visit the Web site at
www.marcmontesonpro-
motions.com.
And if that isn't enough
action, the Volusia
County Sheriff's Office
will hold its annual
Battle of the Badges


event at Riverside Park
and the Brannon Center
in New Smyrna Beach.
The in-shore fishing
tournament will begin at
6 a.m., with the boat
show, demonstrations
and games starting at 9
a.m. A barbecue will take
place at 4 p.m., and
country band Jim Van
Fleet and the Reign will
perform at 7:30 p.m.
For more information,
visit the Web site at


www.BadgeBattle.com.
No excuses this
weekend. There's plenty
to do, so get out and
support your communi-
ty.

Stephanie Dixon is an
entertainment writer for
Hometown News. To
submit your upcoming
event in The Volusia Vibe,
e-mail VolNews@Home-
townNewsOL.com or fax
(386) 322-5901.


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Photo courtesy of Charles Brown
Country artist Jim Van Fleet will perform at the Volusia
County Sheriff's Office's Battle of the Badges event. The
fishing tournament will begin at 6 a.m., followed by sever-
al activities throughout the day at Riverside Park in New
Smyrna Beach.


time with them. Spending
time with them is indescrib-
able."
Also, Orlando musician
Johnny Bulford is someone
Mr. Van Fleet looks up to and
performs with.
"When I started, I only
sang," he said. "I didn't know
how to write. Johnny devel-
oped my writing."
Mr. Van Fleet released his
latest CD, "You Ain't Seen
Nothing Yet," with the Reign,
who he's been performing
with for close to four years.
"It's been a good run with
the band," he said. "In the
short amount of time we've
been together, we've been
blessed with quality shows."
But his life is not all glam-
our. As Fox 35's weatherman,
Mr. Van Fleet goes on the air
at 5 a.m., which means some
early nights.
"I go to bed at 7 p.m. dur-
ing the week," he said. "It's a


hard life doing both, but it is
equally rewarding. It is much
easier doing television than
singing. If you mess up on
stage, you see everyone's
immediate reaction."
Along with Jim Van Fleet
and the Reign, the day's
activities will include
demonstrations by the Volu-
sia County Sheriff's Office, a
boat show, children's games,
fireworks, barbecue, prizes
and 200 fishing poles for the
in-shore fishing tournament,
which begins at 6 a.m.
"We are excited to do this
show," said Mr. Van Fleet. "I
did the benefit concerts for
the youth ranch. I'm hon-
ored the Sheriff's Office con-
sidered us a part of the event.
All the sheriffs are just trying
to give back to the communi-
ty, and I support that. We
appreciate everyone. Volusia
County locals are true coun-
try music fans."


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waterfront festival will have
artists set up throughout the
property featuring fine art,
mixed media, crafts, photos
and jewelry. Also, music,
children's activities and food
and drink special will be
available. For more informa-
tion, call 386-767-8755.
*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.

SUNDAY, SEPT. 23

*Expresso Jazz Concert:
This band will hit the stage
at 6 p.m. at the Daytona
Beach Bandshell. The
group, along with Linda
Flynn, will perform blues,


jazz and pop music. 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 details,
visit the Web site at
www.bandshell.org or
www.expressomusic.com.
*Trolley Tours: The
Ormond Beach Historical
Trust will host this two-
hour at 1 p.m. Participants
will be introduced to more
than 30 historical buildings
and sites in Ormond Beach.
The climate-controlled
trolley makes stops at the
Fairchild Oak and the Three
Chimneys Sugar Mill Ruins
(ruins not otherwise open
to the public). The cost is
$18 for adults, $15 for sen-
iors and $5 for children
ages 5-12. Tours begin at
the Casements parking lot,
25 Riverside Drive, Ormond.
Beach. Seating is limited.
Reservations are required;
call (386) 677-7005.


THURSDAY, SEPT. 27

*Parrothead Party: Kiwi's
Sports Bar & Grill will host
its first Parrothead Party at 7
p.m. at Kiwi's Down Under,
.65 E. Dunlawton Ave., under
the Dunlawton Bridge
beachside. Local musician
Rick Steffen will entertain
and host the singing bee
where the winner will
receive tickets to the Jimmy
Buffett concert in Tampa on
Nov. 1-3. Drink and food
specials and contests, such
as "Toss the Olive in the
Martini Glass," will be avail-
able. Participants should
dress the part and will have
a chance to enter into a
drawing for a cruise. The
event is free. Kiwi's has two
full bars, pool tables, darts,
QBI, poker and large screen
televisions. A seafood buffet
is held each Saturday and
the 'All You Can Eat Crab
Legs" each Sunday. Michael

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ATV challenge, expo

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FOR HOMETOWN NEWS
The first Florida ATV
Challenge and Expo is
planned Sept. 22-23 at the
St. Lucie Fairgrounds.
Times are 10 a.m. to 8
p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Sunday. A street
party is planned 7-10 p.m.
Saturday.
The event features
obstacles courses, sled
pull competition and ven-


dors.
Admission is $15 for
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Dance auditions slated
Surfscape Contemporary
Dance Theatre will host
auditions for its Dec. 21-22
performances of "Solstice"
Saturday, September 22, at
the Daytona Beach. News-
Journal Center.
Auditions will be held at 10
a.m. for dancers ages 5 to 10
and at 2 p.m. for dancers
ages 11 to 18.
The audition is free; how-
ever, upon being cast the
cost is $100, which includes
costume, T-shirt and lunch
on rehearsal days.
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Opera Bus
subscriptions
are available
The Symphony Guild of
Daytona Beach has subscrip-
tions available for the
"Opera Bus" to performanc-
es of Orlando Opera's 2007-
2008 season at Bob Carr Per-
forming Arts Center in
Orlando.
Participants should pur-
chase season subscriptions
early to ensure a place for
three operas.


The subscription includes
three operas for Sunday per-
formances and transporta-
tion in buses. The buses
leave City Island Library at
noon. The schedule is as fol-
lows:
Sunday, Nov. 18, "Don Gio-
vanni" by Mozart; Sunday,
Feb. 17, "Die Fledermaus" by
Strauss; and Sunday, April 6,
"Turandot" by Puccini.
Seats on the Opera Bus
sold by series subscription
are discounted. Individual
opera tickets are available.
The cost for the three-opera
series is $275 for front
orchestra, $257 for front bal-


cony and $197 for rear
orchestra. Information about
the opera will be distributed
on the bus. On the return
trip, complimentary wine
and light refreshments will
be served. The bus will
return to City Island at 6 p.m.
Make checks payable to
Symphony Guild of Daytona
Beach, and mail to Sympho-
ny Guild, c/o Lena Smith, 14
Falls Place, Palm Coast, FL
32137. There are no refunds.
For more information, call
(386) 682-4712 or send an e-
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Randy Barber/staff photographer
Seabreeze running back Leroy Houston runs the ball as quarterback Troy Dannehower
blocks a Sandalwood lineman at Municipal Stadium in Daytona Beach. The Jacksonville
Saints lost to the Sandcrabs, 27-13.


District opponents on tap


for Seabreeze and Calvary


BY ANITA BEVINS
Sports writer

Enough of that toying
around with 6A teams. It's
time for the Seabreeze foot-
ball team to really buckle
down. Scary thought, at least
for the Sandcrabs' oppo-
nents.
Seabreeze has put togeth-
er a perfect 3-0 record
against 6A teams in its
"warm-up" games and now
moves into the meat of its
schedule against district
rival Merritt Island (2-1). The
Mustangs hold a special
place in the minds of the
Sandcrabs. Last year, Merritt
Island knocked quarterback
Troy Dannehower out of the
game and went on to win the
Class 4A District 7 title.
"We haven't even been
talking about revenge. We
still have a job to do,"
Seabreeze head coach Marc
Beach said. "We have a lot of
guys who got injured in that


game or didn't play well last
year. We don't have a gold
star (beside this game), but
we have some guys with a
gold star on their mind to try
to get them back. Troy was
knocked out and Jerome
(Swinton) gave up a post at
the end of the game and he
took that hard. There are a
number of things that went
wrong in that game. There
are some guys with that on
their minds, but we have to
play the game anyway."
The Mustangs have a new
head coach this season, but
that doesn't mean they have
revamped their style. Jeff
McLean was a 20-year assis-
tant coach before getting the
nod for the top job. The
Mustangs also have consis-
tency among their players,
with veterans on the offen-
sive line and at linebacker.
The most notable change is
at quarterback. With
Desmond Newbold graduat-
ing, the Mustangs lost some
big play capabilities.


"They are really the same
Merritt Island," coach Beach
said. "They have got a big
offensive line and a big
defensive line. They are pret-
ty similar to what they were
last year. They are not as ath-
letic as they were last year,
but they are still pretty good-
sized kids. I have known Jeff
(McLean) for a while, and he
does a pretty good job. This
is a district game, so they
have to be up for it."
Seabreeze takes on Merritt
Island at 7 p.m. at Municipal
Stadium.
Across town at Derbyshire
Park, Calvary Christian
Academy (2-1) has a second
chance to win its first district
game tonight. After losing its
first district bout to Warner
Christian, the Lions blew out
independent Cedar Creek
Christian Academy last week
55-0. Tonight, the Lions play
host to Class lB District 3 St.
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1:00 PM Basketball (Free Throw)
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Saturday. October 28
8:00 AM Fishing Pier
4:00 PM Pool (Billiards)
Monday. October 29
9:00 AM Beach Health Walk
9:00 AM Fishing Surf
1:00 PM Croquet
Tuesday,. October 30
9:00 AM Shuffleboard
1:00 PM Spelling
1:00 PM Hand & Foot
2:30 PM Triviaa
Wednesday, October 31
9:00 AM Horseshoes
1:00 PM Racquetball Singles
1:30 PM Bocce (Lawn Bowling)
Thursday, November 1
9:00AM Golf
9:30 AM Racquetball Doubles
1:00 PM Pinochle
3:00 PM Darts
Friday,. November 2
10:30 AM Golf Putting
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9:00 AM Table Tennis
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BCU heads north for Fish Bowl Classic


BY ANITA BEVINS
Sports writer


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On the heels of a 45-13
road victory over Savannah
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man University Wildcats
travel to Norfolk State Uni-
versity this weekend for
their second Mid-Eastern
Athletic Conference contest
of the season.
"Norfolk State is always a
tough game," BCU head
coach Alvin Wyatt said in a
teleconference. "We know it
is going to be a very compet-
itive football game. Both
teams are going to go at
each other. The team that
deserves it most is going to
be on top."
NSU has a couple of
advantages heading into
this game home field and
the knowledge that they
have come oh so close to
beating BCU the last two
years. Last year, the 'Cats
edged NSU 22-21. In 2005,
BCU took the honors in a
high-scoring 63-61 battle.
"We're going to have to
play the best game of the
year," NSU head coach Pete
Adrian said. "Norfolk State
hasn't beaten Bethune-
Cookman in .nine years.
They are a talented team,
and do a great job of playing
the option. It should be a
physical football game.
Hopefully, we can play well
and not make mistakes in
our kicking game."


Adrian, a former BCU
coach, is most concerned
with stopping Wildcats'
quarterback Jimmie Russell.
"You might stop Russell
eight plays in a row, and on
the ninth play, he is stand-
ing in the end zone," Adrian
said. "He can end up in the
end zone, and it might be a
broken play. The kid is a
great competitor."
In last week's win over
Savannah State, Russell had
a redeeming performance.
After a bout with the


turnover flu against South
Carolina State the previous
game, Russell recovered to
score three touchdowns,
rush for 65 and throw 112
yards without a turnover.
For the coaches of NSU
and BCU, there are few
unknowns about Russell's
capabilities, or for that mat-
ter, any part of upcoming
game.
"You know each other
inside out," Wyatt said.
"They know exactly what we
do and we know what they


do. The coaching staffs
know each other. Hopefully
it will come down to the wire
again. We have been in war,
together many, many, many
times."
This week's game is the
first of three straight confer-
ence opponents on the
Wildcats' schedule. Kick-off
is set for 4 p.m. at William
"Dick" Price Stadium in
Norfolk, Va.
bevins@hometownnew-
sol.com


Lady Falcons tee off fall golf invitational


BY ANITA BEVINS
Sports writer
When the Daytona Beach
Community College women's
golf team walks onto the
course at LPGA International
this weekend, a few new faces
will be among the team's low
scorers.
Gone are two-year contrib-
utors Jessica Schnebly and
Laura Lindsey and one of last
year's top players, Su-Ann
Heng, who returned to her
native Singapore after only
one year at DBCC.
But coach Laura Brown has
a good core of players return-
ing, including team captain
and First Team All-American
Ashley Aguilera. The sopho-
more led the Lady Falcons at
last year's Junior College
Nationals at LPGA with a
third-place finish.
"I certainly have a lot of
confidence on the course
after playing well there,"
Aguilera said. "I think that
confidence will inspire me to
play well. I think it will help
me get lower scores for this
tournament and be even
lower at nationals. As a team,
I feel like we are really strong.


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We are all doing well right
now. It is just getting the right
mindset and it is just a matter
of going out there and per-
forming well. I have the abili-
ty to play well; I just have to
believe in myself."
Also returning to this year's
team are Rachel Edwards,
Victoria Harris and Jordan
Lazenby, a Second Team All-
American who finished
eighth at nationals. Lazenby
spent the summer working
on her game and shoots in
the mid-70s.
"I didn't stress on my
game," Lazenby said about
her preparations for the fall
schedule. "I used to be a range
rat and hang out on the range
and try to be perfect at every-
thing. This summer I just
played. I didn't even go out on
the range. I would get off work
and play nine or 18 holes. It
did me a lot more good. I
relaxed and just played. I had
a pretty rough first semester
last year, and I'm going to be a
lot better this year."
Brown recruited three Cen-
tral Florida high school
golfers and a transfer to add
to the mix. Andrea Rojas,
from Redlands Community
College, joins Kristen
Boettcher of Flagler Palm
Coast, Melissa Magdor of
Lake Howell and Megan
Hughes of New Smyrna
Beach. Hughes has been
working on her swing in
preparation for her first colle-
giate tournament.
"I am really excited about it.
I am really familiar with LPGA
and I like it a lot," she said. "I
just wanted the summer to
practice my game. I played or
practiced every day. I lived
out there. I hope to shoot low
to mid-70s every day. I'll take
mid- to high-70s, but I want
to break 80 and have a good
attitude."
Coach Brown will get her


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Meghan Hughes of the Lady Falcons golf team practices
her swing on the driving range at Pelican Bay's north
course in Daytona Beach.


first look at the team in com-
petition as DBCC hosts the
annual Lady Falcon Invita-
tional at LPGA this weekend.
In the past, the Falcons have
hosted their season-opening
tournament at Riviera Golf
Club.
"It is definitely going to be a
little different than our nor-
mal start at Riviera," Brown
said. "Riviera is short. LPGA is
going to be long like nation-
als; it is set up just like nation-
als. I think the kids who
played at nationals are really
excited that our tournament


is out there because they did
very well in the spring. Their
last competitive round was
there, so they are excited
about it. I think it will be good
for them to start with a chal-
lenging tournament."
Thirteen teams are expect-
ed for the traditional season
opener, including Bethune-
Cookman University, Stetson
University and Embry-Riddle
Aeronautical University. After
two days of practice, tourna-
ment play begins Saturday at
8 a.m. on the Champions
Course.


SDorts Briefs


Speedway to add
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Beginning in mid-October,
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The new fan deck, which will
include a bridge connecting it
to the north fan deck, adds an
additional 23,500 square feet
to the Sprint FANZONE and


provides race fans with a view
of the south side of the Sprint
Cup Series garages.
Construction on the expan-
sion of the FANDECK will be
completed in time for the
Rolex 24 At Daytona on Jan.
26-27.

City to host clinics
Holly Hill is conducting sign
ups for a series of baseball
instructional clinics. Players 5-
12 years old may sign up 8 a.m.
to 6 p.m., Monday through Fri-
day, and from noon to 5 p.m.,
Saturday, at the Recreation
Center, 1046 Daytona Ave.
The fee for five, one-hour
sessions is $20 per player. A
copy of the player's birth cer-
tificate must be presented dur-
ing registration, which ends
Friday, Sept. 21.
For more information, call
(386) 248-9460.


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Randy Barber/staff photographer
Quarterback Jimmie Russell of the Bethune-Cookman University Wildcats passes the ball
as Fred McCaskill defends during a recent game at Municipal Stadium in Daytona Beach.
Russell completed 10 of 15 passes against Savannah State last Saturday. This week, the
Wildcats travel to Norfolk State for the Fish Bowl Classic.


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Photo courtesy of Daytona International Speedway
Clint Bowyer takes a lap in his Car of Tomorrow during the
two-day Goodyear tire testing session at Daytona Interna-
tional Speedway. The COT will compete for the first time at
DIS during the 2008 SpeedWeeks.


Rain slows tire


test at speedway


BY ANITA BEVINS
Sports writer
A wet track washed out
the first morning session of
the Goodyear tire test at
Daytona International
Speedway earlier this week.
But by afternoon, five driv-
ers guided their Car of
Tomorrow rides, equipped
with Goodyear rubber, onto
the racetrack.
2007 Daytona 500 pole
winner David Gilliland,
Denny Hamlin, David
Stremme, Mark Green and
Clint Bowyer got a preview
of the 50th running of the
Daytona 500. Bowyer
arrived at the track fresh off
his first Nextel Cup victory
Sunday at New Hampshire
in a COT.
"We needed a win,"
Bowyer said during a test
session break. "That's exact-
ly what our race team need-
ed confidence-wise and
momentum-wise. The tim-


ing couldn't have been bet-
ter, the first race of the
Chase. Getting things start-
ed off on the right foot
means so much. I'm very
excited to be in the position
we're in. I went into this
thing 12th and now we're
fourth and 15 points out of
the lead. It's unbelievable."
The COT, the product of
seven years of research and
development by NASCAR,
will run at 16 NEXTEL Cup
tracks this season, but will
not make its competitive
debut at Daytona until the
February 2008 SpeedWeeks.
This was not the first time
the COT had appeared on
the high banks. During Pre-
season Thunder, Penske
drivers Kurt Busch and Ryan
Newman made a few cir-
. cuts in their Dodge COTs.
This week's tire test ran
Tuesday and Wednesday.
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Ocala. The 7 p.m. game will
be the first between the two
schools.
Father Lopez (1-1) won its
first game since 2005 last
week, shutting out Taylor 28-
0. Tonight, the Green Wave
travels to Agape Christian
Academy in Orlando. Agape
has not won a game this
year, and Father Lopez is


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relief after last week's victory.
Tonight is a prime opportu-
nity to keep the celebration
alive.
Mainland hosted Pine
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386-788-7402 S Vol

ACCENT CHAIR Plum
Like new $90. Recliner
Beige very good condi-
tion $85. 386-676-1010

AIR CONDITIONER
5000 BTU Window Unit,
Used one season. Asking
$40. 386-478-1124

AIR CONDITIONER win-
dow 12,000 btu 110 volts
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AIR HOCKEY / pool table
In one like new cost $200.
sell $75. 386-767-4787
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ARCHITECTS DRAW-
ING TABLE. Very old
C, 1940's. Exc, Condition
$150. 386-763-3011

BAR STOOLS: 2 solid
wood, excellent condition
$50 386-527-2369 NoVol

BED ROLLAWAY single
$15. toaster oven like
new $15. N Vol
386-767-4887

BED-Doll or Dog, hand
made wood white w/ pink
flowers, w/ mattress. Pet
carrier$15. 386-767-9279

BEDSPREAD, SHAMS
1pr Curtains exc. cond.
$25. Bread Maker used 2
times $30. 386-756-9786

BETTY BOOP Dolls
1986 & 1989 $50 each.
16" Doll $8.
386-426-1304 So Vol

BICYCLE TAG-A-LONG
almost new $50. rattan
bar stools 2 $5. each
386-253-4281 N Vol

BICYCLES 2 three
wheelers $65.
386-322-8583 S Vol

BIKE TRAILER: child 2
seat $75, Samsonite sil-
houette luggage 4 pieces
$100 386-756-0770

BOOKCASE 5 shelf oak
24x65 $12. rattan cntr
chairs w/ backrest 2 24"
$10. ea 386-760-1259

BUTCHER Block Micro-
wave storage cabinet $40
Love seat exc. cond.
cream $95 386-756-0183

CABINETS 2 good for
kitchen or workshop $10.
ea 386-615-4929 NVol

CAMCORDER JVC vhs
compact w/access. good
cond $200. 386-427-9474
SVol

CAMERA panasonic
movie omni vhs exc cond.
$50. 386-676-1304 N Vol


CARPET CLEANER,
Bissell power lifter $65.
386-423-3666
CEILING FAN: white with
gold accents, 5 20 inch
blades, 4 light kit, 3
speed $50 386-672-9322
Chair WING BACK
Blue $50. 386-760-3292
CHAIR SWIVEL recliner
on round pedestal w/ otto-
man neq cond $135.
386-788-9054 S Vol
CHAIR W/rollers $15.
cb's & equip $5.00 and
up386-676-9125 NVol
CHAIR: WING Florida
look, White carved legs,
Seafoam/white uphols-
tery $200 386-426-9429
CHANDELIER 5 light
brass new perfect $25.
386-767-7477 SVol
CHRISTMAS TREE, ce-
ramic christmas tree
$100 386-788-1792
CLOTHES Boys & Girls,
16 sleepers, 45 onsies, 8
pants, 5 shirts, 3 overalls
$50 386-846-9411
COFFEE TABLE wicker
or Rattan with glass top
$20 or best offer leave
message 386-322-5889
COINS uncirculated US
mint sets (p&d) '99-'06 8
sets incl 80 St. qrtrs $200.
386-788-4350 SVol
COMPUTER DESK $25,
sofa $50. can deliver
386-290-2221
COMPUTER DESK
brand new black/grey w/
wheels $100.
386-428-2596 SVol
COMPUTER DESK, Oak
color $25. Woman Mama
Mountain bike $25.
386-428-1394 So. Vol.
COMPUTER MONITOR:
Apple 19", Viewsonic 16"
$50, (3) bookshelves $30
386-453-9995 SoVol
COMPUTER sony
vgc-rb30, 3ghz 1280 mb
ram dvd/cd all acc. no
mon $199. 386-767-5345
COMPUTER: INTERNET
ready, all included, com-
plete, rebuilt, Win2000,
$75 386-428-8892 SoVol
COMPUTERS 2 XP pro,
xp h.e., m.e. $100. each
386-761-9870 S Vol
CONVECTION/MICROW
AVE Sharp Carousel II
black Irg used little w/
manual 386-671-0578
CORNICE BOARD cus-
tom made wood frame
padded covered must see
sac. $200 386-677-9402
CRAFTSMAN 10" Table
saw, exc. cond $80. Push
Mower mulch, new bag,
blade $50 386-441-6492
DAYBED ALL Wood -
Beautiful w/high sides &
mattress. $200.
386-677-2297 No. Vol.


DESK Computer Oak
with hutch & oakwood
blue fabric chair $190.
386-673-8470
DESK ROLL top exc
cond. $175.
386-426-6470 S Vol
DESK,computer OAK-
WOOD and
blue fabric chair $190.
386-673-8470
DINETTE TABLE w/ext.
& 4 uph. swivel chairs.
$125.Stereo/vcr$35
386-767-5840/405-1960
DINING TABLE round
glass top, wicker. 3 high-
back padded chairs $100
386-409-0987 SoVol
DINING TABLE, 2
leaves, 4 chairs & buffet
w/ drawer & doors. Leave
message 386-761-2174
DISHWASHER MAY-
TAG built-in, white.
Cleans well, no pre-scrub
$50. 386-316-1968 N.Vo
DOORS LOUVER, White
2 doors, 23 1/2" wide x
78 1/2" long. Good condi-
tion 386-672-7248
DOORS: INTERIOR, 6
panel colonial style, vari-
ous sizes from remodel
$10 each 386-868-5159
DRESSER LADIES 62" 2
mirrors $65. dining table
60x40 leaf 6 chairs good
cond $65. 386-238-6936
DRYER HOT POINT,
good condition. $75.00
Call 386-304-1943
ENCYCLOPEDIA 175TH
edit. $50. crystal wine
glasses 12 $150.
386-253-9749 N Vol
ENTERTAINMENT Cen-
ter, $20. dresser $10.
386-304-1612
FAX MACHINE used
twice $25. Tires & Rims
GoodYearEagleLSp255-
55r16$100 386-214-8847
FOOSEBALL TABLE
$30. 386-615-1200
FUTON cream/wht plush
$99. bar stools 3 cream
palm design $99.
386-673-3124 N Vol
GENERATOR COLE-
MAN 6250 max. watts,
5000 running watts.
$199. 386-767-4110
GOLF BAG leather GA-
TOR colors w/ pull cart
$7. 386-788-0586 S Vol
HEDGE CLIPPERS 18"
elec. Craftsman elec
weed blower $25. ea
386-761-7031 S Vol
INFANT CARSEAT Bri-
tax Companion w/ base,
rated #1 $100. Pooh
walker $20 386-673-3599
INKJET CARTRIDGES
new 2 hp98 black 2 hp 95
color $10. ea
386-676-6764 NVol
INVERSION TABLE by
hang ups new cond $100.
marine cooler rubbermaid
150 qt $50. 386-295-7424


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KITCHENETTE, 3' x 4'
Pier One, 5 piece, tile in-
laid, white wash. $175.
386-756-0436
LA-Z-BOY SWIVEL
Rocker Excellent condi-
tion $40 386-763-1246
LA-Z-BOY Swivel Rock-
er. Great cond. $30.
386-675-4153 So. Vol.
LADIES BEACH Cruiser
Bike $75. 386-424-1933
LAMPS 2 wood & brass
32" h $100 for pair
386-760-1613 NVol
LAWN MOWER self
propelled. $199. Call
leave message, will re-
turn call. 386-235-9973
LAWN MOWER Crafts-
man Eager 1 pull start
mulch/mower Needs carb
work $50 386-405-7605
LAWN MOWER Self pro-
pelled Honda $85. Murry
wont start $25.
386-238-4045
LEATHER JACKETS
exc BROOKS man sz 40
woman sz 6 $100. ea.
386-304-0056 S VOL
LIGHT FIXTURES 7 Flu-
or. w/bulbs. ea. light has
2 bulbs. Good for shop/
gar. $70. 386-589-1443
LIONEL ZW 275 Watts
Transformer. Very good
cond. Needs a new elc.
plug $190. 386-212-7711
LOVE SEAT: free, Pastel
color, 'can send e-mail pic-
ture 386-226-9689 NoVol
MEMORY FOAM Mat-
tress Topper king size,
2" thick, can cut to fit sm.
bed. $50 386-671-1092
MIRROR: PLATE Glass,
36x48". good shape. So
Vol 386-345-0040
NORDIC TRACK Skier
Excellent Condition Pro
Model $95. 386-290-9069
NORDIC-TRACK eclipse
E7 $50. firm hanging
lamp $15. firm
386-253-3658 Iv message
NORDICTRACK multi
station cable fitness fits In
corner $150. serious inq
only 386-679-3686 N Vol
PAINTING, OIL Light-
house scene $55. Flying
Herons scene oil painting
$55. 386-677-8560
PET CAGE: 26x24x18
inches, $12 NoVol
386-673-1330
PETMATE PORTABLE
cages, 2 36"x25"x28"
$35. 29"x16"x20" $20.
Call 386-235-4390 No.Vo
PHONE/CLOCK Coca-
cola round, red $25 Wall
Clock w/ key & pendulum
$30 386-423-0346
PICTURES, CORAL
Reef Scene 1-47x37
1-33x41, Framed $30
each. 386-756-0587
POOL 24' Round Above
Ground. Great shape &
many extras. Take down.
$200. 386-334-7031
POOL LADDER above
ground 4' fold ladder. HD
plastic. Paid $200. Great
shape $50. 386-441-8899
PORCH SWING with
stand. 5' Painted off
white. May view in Port
Orange 386-760-5127
PRESSURE WASHER
b&s engine 1500 psi
works great $75.
386-673-0884 NVol


RADIO 3 spd panasonic
phonograph $75. old al-
bums $5. ea.
386-248-3986 SVol
RANGE WHIRLPOOL w/
glass cooktop. Works
perfectly, top of the line,
looks new. 386-677-7727
RECORD COLLECTION
old 1950's to 1980's 200
records $1. ea
386-383-1225 SVol
REFRIGERATOR ama-
na side by side 25 cf in-
door ice/water clean $95.
386-763-4687 S Vol
REFRIGERATOR KEN-
MORE 12 cf apartment
size works great $50.
386-212-6754 SVol
REFRIGERATOR KEN-
MORE ColdSpot. Gently
used, white, clean. $150
OBO 386-898-3416
REFRIGERATOR
WHITE 14 Cubic feet
$30. RCA Stereo TV $25
386-441-5561
REFRIGERATOR/
FREEZER $50. Exercise
Glider $10. 386-788-1619
ROAD BIKE 27" 12
speed $300 new asking
$70. 386-760-1539 SVol
SCIENTIFIC CALCULA-
TOR Texas Instruments
TI-83 Plus $20
386-677-4786
SHIRTS short and long
sleeves, like new. M-XL
Qty 25, 1.00 each or $20
for all. 386-756-7890
SOFA BED green $195.
386-428-4600 S Vol
SOFA SECTIONAL off
white exc cond. $200.
firm can deliver locally
386-690-9979 SVol
SPEAKERS (2) FISHER
15" bass, adj. midrange
horns & high freq. twee-
ters. $40. 386-767-8484
STEREO BOOM BOX
Aiwa CD, radio, 2 cas-
sette, 2 speakers, $30
OBO 386-344-2600
STOOLS Bar/Counter
Captain style, wood
w/backs 4/ $175; Great
cond. 386-427-7491
STOVE WHIRLPOOL
Electric, self cleaning,
black/white. Like new!
386-322-4311
STOVE GE white with
clock, timer, & light.
Works great. $60 Can
deliver 386-676-0784
SURROUND SOUND
Amplifier, Nine Speakers
$199.00 386-843-9149
TABLE LAMPS, ceramic
matching gray & white
marble, light grayshades
$35 386-423-7599
TABLE: COFFEE, with
42" glass top, plaster
shell shape base $55
386-788-9925 SoVol
TELEVISION 52 inch
$175.00 386-663-2045
TOOLBOX: CRAFTS-
MAN top and bottom
$50. Mitre Saw $25. No
Vol 386-253-0516
TRAMPOLINE $15 Or
Best Offer 386-672-4255
TRAMPOLINE steps
brand new easy to as-
semble safety step $199.
386-663-8217 S Vol
TREADMILL, Weslo
Cadence TS5 w/new
walking belt $50.
386-672-8886


TRESTLE TABLE, solid
maple 52"w x30 "D31"H
$199.386-322-1498 or
386-290-5901
TRUCK TOOL box, Dia-
mond plate, fits full size
$145.obo 386-677-9507
TV 25" RCA w/ glass
stand $200.
386-254-4814 leave mes-
sage NVol
TV RCA 26" w/remote
works, great $100.
386-788-7291 SVol
UNDERWATER NYLON
Rope, Padi Dive Charts,
Dive Belt $5 each
386-427-9755
USED POOL HEATER
for its parts, i.e. copper
pipes, fan, etc. $1.00
386-615-8230 No Vol
VACUUM DIRT devil
upright bagless perfect
cond $30. 386-788-6574
S Vol
WAGON RADIO FLYER
All wood, racks $20. Call
386-761-3203
WALNUT LUMBER 55
Bd ft. $192. 500, others
pieces available.
386-682-6390
WASHER WHIRLPOOL
New, w/ warranty, white,
super capacity. $200.
OBO Local 954-815-7486
WATER COOLER Whirl-
pool stainless steel/blk
less than 6 nith old, like
new. $65 386-788-7834
WATERBED Queen with
underbed storage & mir-
ror headboard $40. Walk-
ers $10. 386-453-8589
WEIGHT BENCH & nor-
dicflex equip, both for
$50. moving must sell
386-882-7660 NVol
weight bench, easton
bat, $5. each
386-253-8663 NVol
WIRELESS ROUTER
Lynskys new fast web
access 4 port $25.
386-423-7370 S Vol
WOOD DRESSER,
Chest of Drawers and
Mirror $100. Two End
tables $50. 386-756-3077
YARD FLAGS "nature"
hand painted 5/$60. or
$12. ea 386-409-0251 S
Vol
ZOOMBOX MOVIE Pro-
jector w/ DVD & CD play-
er. Images 60" wide. Like
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& equip. \ 4855 S. Ridge-
wood Ave. Port Orange
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EXECUTIVE
ADVERTISING
ACCOUNT
CONSULTANT

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professionals with a pro-
ven track record of suc-
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applicants should be pro-
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be willing to put forth the
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EXECUTIVE
DIRECTOR
Responsible for overall
executive leadership
for all activities re-
garding the operation
of Molly's House.

Candidate should have
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raising and public rela-
tions. BA or equiva-
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weekend meetings
and events.

Please email resume
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ground, and want to
move forward into anoth-
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you. Benefits, excellent
salary, w/generous com-
mission.
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bonus with 50/o of the
bonus paid out in your
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position does require a CD
telemarketing license. This
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help
veu attain one, or if you do
aveone it is easily
transferable. Please call for
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to be scheduled. Serious
inquires only. You must be
able to attend a personal
interview. There will not be
any interviews held over the
telephone.
We are located in the
Sunshine Park Mall at 2400
S. Ridgewood Ave. South
Daytona. Please call right
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1635 S. Ridgewood Ave.,
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$275,000 229-869-4952

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EDGEWATER
OPEN SUNDAY Sept 22
1-4 pm. 105 Carlson
Cove. Gorgeous custom
Key West style home!
First Realty, Inc.
321-626-0040


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ORMOND BEACH -, THE
CROSSING 3/2/2 over-
sized garage, split plan.
Great location on cul-de-
sac, spacious living, din-
ing rm. Eat in kit., den,
inside laundry. Owner
says sell. Will pay $5000
toward closing / some
points on mtg. Curbside
appeal.Well landscaped.
All this for $260,000.
Owner very motivated!
Bring all offers. Dees
Realty, Helen Scott
386-212-1456
PORT ORANGE Open
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$219,000 in WatersEdge.
3/2/2 Corner lot with lake
view!' Fresh paint in &
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Beachside Condotel
Furn. efficiency 1 BR unit,
kitchenette, ocean view.
Rental program avail
Great Daytona Beach
location on non-driving
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DAYTONA BCH Beau-
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$145,000. Mary
Register, Adams Camer-
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DAYTONA BCH Shores-
Oceans One Beautiful
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Spectacular views of the
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$329,000 Mary Register,
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386-212-3830
DAYTONA BEACH See
NASA launches & fire-
works from oceanfront
studio, 5th floor, sleeps 4,
furnished, strom doors,
granite kitchen, balcony,
pool, jacuzzi, sec. $185K
912-658-2426 / 655-7296
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2/1.5 Ocean side/ocean
view, ga., remodeled, fur-
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low appraisal. No pet re-
strictions. 912-674-3891
DAYTONA BEACHSIDE
Steal, Terrific location for
this recently updated
2/1.5 near shopping &
beach $99,500. Pet
friendly. Carmen Bosco
Wendy Powers Realty
386-295-0392
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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NEW SMYRNA BEACH
3/2 New Luxury Ocean
Walk 5.5% 30 year fixed
loan, this unit only. Udder
Market Value $379,900.
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Ocean View Fixer Upper
Beauti -Fabulous Atlantic
views from kit., MB, LR of
roomy 2/2 condo. Inside
utility rm, undergrd park-
ing, small pets welcome
EZ rent. $259,000.Call
Peggy at Ocean House.
Wendy Powers Realty
386-441-8197

ORMOND BY THE SEA
Priced for quick sale, Top
condition! Nicely furnish-
ed 2/2. Bright & open, Irg
screened balcony.
$184,900. Sue Morrison,
ReMax Property Centre
386-290-6737
PORT ORANGE Villagio
Luxury Condo 1/1 Hard-
wood fl. Granite. 5.75%
30yr fixed. Private Balco-
ny. Gated. Private owner.
$157,900. 386-295-5115
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


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Jeanne & Glenn Bush
386-690-9018/690-9017
Edgewater-3b/2b/2cg
large home/yard on nice
St., spa, wet bar, indoor
grill & more $272,480.
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 $149,500
Oak Hill 4b/2.5b/2cg+
1.1 acre lot, 3 levels
w/basement $299,900.
New Smyrna Bch-3b/2b
'02 home, 1+ fenced
acre, cabana w/spa, pole
barn, private oasis
$295,000
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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Lake, Ready to start.
Pick your colors!
$219,000 386-274-2130
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DAYTONA BEACH 213
Glenbriar, Indigo Lakes,
2BR, $1150. 2060 S.
Peninsula. 3BR, $1400.
760 Owasso, 3BR, pool,
$1100. 905 Lockhart,
2BR, $950. 231 Lockhart,
3BR, $850. 551 Foote Ct.
2BR, $700. 308 Hobart,
1BR, $575. Mary Lynn
Realty 386-788-4338
DAYTONA BEACH Peli-
can Bay duplex/condo
overlooking water. 1500
sq.ft. 2/2/2-cg. encl.
back porch. Completely
renovated Reduced to
$210K: 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
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Centre 386-871-0475


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FLAGLER COUNTY
SPECIALIST
Beachside Home.Visit
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for Photos & info. or
Call 386-569-1569
A1A Realty&Dev.,Inc.
FLORIDA SHORES
Beautiful Custom built
4BR/2BA. Privacy fenced
back yard. Tons of up-
grades. $279,900. Renee
Lynn Stimson, Beach
Realty Ctr. 386-689-0354
JUPITER FARMS fenced
1-1/3 acre home. 2/2
with separate 1/1 2-car
garage apt. New Cond.
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Open Fri Mon 1-5. New
Homes from $179,900
Ready to Move In!! Dan
Stevens 386-871-8832
PrudentialTransactRealty
NEW 3-4 BEDROOM
homes. Port St Lucie
$174,500-$198,500 Palm
Bay $164,900-$183,900
including lot, lot prep, all
appliances, closing
costs. 100% financing
available. Diane, M&D
Realty 561-313-5387


New Smyrna Beach
19th St. 3/2 home. Listen
to the .surf. New appl.,
A/C & tile. High Ceilings,
open kit. w/ brkfast bar.
Won't last long. Eva Fifer
Weichert Realtors,
386-314-6877
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
OAK HILL BEAUTY- 3br,
New roof, kit., master
bath &garage. E. of US 1.
Bargain at $169,000.
Prestige Properties
386-427-0439, ext 306
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 $239,900 for
quick sale. Consider
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ORMOND BEACH
OPEN HOUSE
Sat. & Sun. 2 4 Super
Deal Great Homel 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
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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;
new roof '05. $300,000.
WOW! Bonda Garrison
ReMax Property Centre
386-871-0475


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-
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3BR,3.5BA, 2.5CG Cob-
blestone .5 acre crnr lot,
lake & golf views, scrnd
pool, Jczzi, vltd ceil, no
mbrshp rqd. $534,000
561-876-1885 Pat
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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PALM COAST Pre- Con-
struction, 3br/2ba/2cg on
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Great Warranty & Financ-
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PORT ORANGE 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 Village
of Royal Palm. Gated,
comm. Clubhouse, two
pools, tennis, gym, etc.
3/2/2cg., 1600 sq ft.
1444 Areca Palm Dr.
30K below builders price.
386-212-5129

PORT ORANGE 125
Williams St. Doublewide
Unfurnished. 2Bd/1Bath
Asking $11,000 Or Best
Offer. All new bathroom.
Kitchen/dinette has new
floor, 12x20 sunroom,
simi-enclosed garage.
386-295-9859

PORT ORANGE 7 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 with sep. living area.
Very private, gated and
fenced. Close to 1-95 and
US 92. $1,400,000.
Additional 9 acres avail
$600,000. 386-334-7943

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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 ST. LUCIE:
Waterfront C-24 canal
3/2.5/2 with dock, fenced
yard. 1654 SW Lexington
Dr. $215K 561-289-8877
772-708-0073
SOUTH DAYTONA
2001 S. Palmetto, 3/2,
2080SF. Lrg spaces. So-
lar hted, in ground pool.
Boat pad. $335,000. As-
sist 2 Sell Premier Realty
386-323-7199
SOUTH DAYTONA 3/1/1
You can see the com-
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#ORL26237. Furniture
may be included, de-
pending on offer. Owner
is relocating and is moti-
vated to sell, Call
386-760-2193 or
803-719-1040



VERO BEACH
Remodeled 2 Br/ lba,
Florida room. Corner lot,
central ac, ceiling fans,
dishwasher, wood floors,
washer/dryer in separate
utility room, carport,
shed. Convenient to
Route 60 &. US1. Rose-
wood School district.
$124,000. Possible rent
to own, 772-812-1000.

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HOBE SOUND 2br/2.5ba
Heritage Ridge Golf
Comm. Community pools
screened patio, all appis,
interior repainted.
$179,000 772-485-0085
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
see high-def slide show
at www.hometownnews
ol.com ad # 43897
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
PORT ORANGE desira-
ble area 2/2/1 newer hard
flooring & apple. screen
porch. Open plan end
unit move in cond.Asking
$195,000.386-761-5179




BRING THE HORSES
6.29 acres cleared, cross
fence, barn, round pen,
$300,000 call Bonnie
Raymond Weichert Real-
tors Hallmark Properties
386-689-0187

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KENTUCKY 100 acres,
Exc. hunting, farm in-
come $200K. *Also 655
acres w/70ac lake. Beau-
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fishing. Building site,
*Great Investments*
Owner 270-556-3576
KENTUCKY 100 acres,
Exc. hunting, farm in-
come $200K. *Also 655
acres w/70ac lake. Beau-
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fishing. Building site,
*Great Investments*
Owner 270-556-3576
NORTH CAROLINA
MOUNTAINS
Log cabin shell, 2.26acs.,
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Acreage available with
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Cobblestone, On lake &
golf green, high/dry with
existing bldg pad. $199K
call Pat 561-876-1885
PORT ORANGE 1/2
Acre Lot (155' x 135')
$48,987 AS IS Priced to
Sell Immediately $35,000
below assessed value!
2526 Wallace Drive, Port
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386-238-7000 Buyers
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PORT ORANGE One
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and Hensel Road. High
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PORT ORANGE Water-
Front Access River-
wood Plantation. Spruce
Creek & Intracoastal ac-
cess from private comm.
boat ramp & dock. Ap-
prox. 1/2 acre lot within
private gated comm.
6310 Palmas Bay Circle.
Privacy provided by 70'
rear environmental ease-
ment. $195,000. Gate
Open Sun. 10am to 2:00
pm or by appointment
386-761-8714
PORT ST. LUCIE -
Southbend, treed lot,
high and dry, backs up to
lake. $67,000 OBO Call
Larry 229-247-2871
TEXAS CLOSEOUT
SALE! 20-acres $14,900,
$200/down, $145/mo. 30
miles from BOOMING El
Paso. Roads, Surveyed,
References & Money
Back Guarantee. No
Credit Check. Owner Fi-
nancing. 800-843-7537.
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100% Palm Harbor Homes
Feature Home C
2001 2/2, $98,900 It
Golf/Water, 1387 s.f. o
2004 2/2, $107,000
Many Upgrades, 1067 s.f.
2004 2/2, $119,900
Golf/Water/Culdesac
2002 2/2, $127,900
Berber carpet t/o, +den
2002 2/2, $137,900
Price includes furniture
2003 3/2, $142,900
Garage home, 1500+ s.f.
2003 3/2, $145,000
Porch w/heat, A/C 1766 s.f.
2000 3/2, $152,500
Golf/Water, 1707 s.f.
2004- 3/2, $189,900
Golf/Water/Garage

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386-304-0983
888-325-2537
PALMETTO 1/1 stop
looking & start living 55+
comm. Compl. furnished
& remodeled, A/C, club-
house, pool, close to
AnnaMaria Island, 1-75.
$8000. 863-533-9108





TERRIFIC
DAYTONA BEACH-
3bd/2ba, 2 sheds, 55+
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w/42" plasma TV, close
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386-323-1686 / 843-9149






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$139,900 404-512-0789
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$4,500 ac. Will divide.
828-292-0365/912-375-6
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$16,000 per acre. Owner
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ELLIJAY, GA Beautiful
3+ ac, 500 ft on trout
stream, seasonal view in
gated comm. Paved road.
Septic approved.
$127,500 772-486-6589




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404-362-8244
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$9500/ac.
Owner 912-529-6198


HORSE & BUGGY
Country Beautiful 3Br
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Full basement & large
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Ohio. $149,900, Owner
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KENTUCKY
* 35 acres on beautiful
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*10acs. Barn, pond,
$54,900. *1ac.
$500/down $105/mo.
*175acs w/new cabin,
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Lovely 4BR/2.5Ba, 2400
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1351 Cedar Bluff Dr. Vacant Lot 4850 $46,500 405 Grant St. 2 2 1625 $179,999
1359 Cedar Bluff Dr. Vacant Lot 4850 $46,500 101 Stratford Square 3 2 1342 $194,900
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ORMOND BEACH Fur-
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of kitchen, dining, laun-
dry, & yard. No Smoking
in house. Female prefer-
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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

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PORT ORANGE- Fur-
nished room w/ bath, tv,
kitchen, laundry use, no
smoking, drugs, alcohol,
adult prefer, background
check ref, $530. +sec
Util. incd. 386-756-0183


RENT NOW
PORT ORANGE/
DAYTONA AREA Furn
room, private bath, park-
ing, water & elec. incld.
No smoking/drug use/no
pets. Located in nice
area. $550. mo + sec.
386-562-7370
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DAYTONA 2 furnished
condos for lease or sale.
1 room efficiency on
ocean incl. utilitities
$650/mo. Large 1 bd on
golf course $650/mo.
386-767-5840/405-1960

DAYTONA AREA Rea-
sonable Rentals 2/3 bed-
rooms Oceanfront/Beach
side all Becky or Donna
ERA Menu Realty 386-
258-5551

DAYTONA AREA Rea-
sonable Rentals Studios
From $650. Oceanfront/
Beachside. Call ERA
Menu Realty Donna or
Becky 386-258-5551


DAYTONA B. SHORES
Completely furnished 2/2
Condo. No smoking/pets.
Walk to beach, golf,
stores. Bikers Welcome.
$950/mo., $300 sec. Or
Best Offer 386-761-7029

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
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-
oramic views, breath tak-
ing sunrises & ocean
views from this studio
unit! River front complex
with 3 pools & short walk
to the beach. Near Bel-
laire Plaza. 1 Yr lease, no
pets $595/mth incld water
& cable. 386-677-0841
DAYTONA BEACH Peli-
can Bay 2/2 Fresh paint,
new carpet & blinds.
$950/month Call Marty
386-295-8787 First Class
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DAYTONA BEACH
SHORES Cozy 3rd floor
eff. condo on the ocean
with ocean views. Newly
furnished. Pool, elevator.
Incd. water, elec. & cable
Long term $800/mo. Ideal
for seniors 703-304-2425
DAYTONA BEACH
SHORES fully furnished
Ocean 5 condo. 21st.
floor penthouse 2-br/2-ba
Oceanfront & Halifax
Riverview. Enclosed
parking. $1000/mo
407-321-2007

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DAYTONA BEACH 2nd
story 2BR/1BA with 1car
garage & storage $700
month, 1st & security.
386-679-5575
DAYTONA BEACH- Wa-
terfront, new condos in
gated community. Pool,
jacuzzi, fitness center,
fully furnished, upgraded
appliances. 2br/2ba
$1295/mo. or 1br/1ba
$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
509 S. Grandview, 1 blk
to beach. 2bd/1lba, First
floor, off street parking.
Appl. & water incd. Cen-
tral air. $700/mo + dep.
Avail. now. 386-589-8001
or 317-331-9768
DB SHORES-Oceanview
studio, furnished,
util.incl.,cable pool, exc.
room, 6mo+ lease,
$800+dep. Call Steve.
386-788-2749 Lv Msg.
EDGEWATER- Water-
front Riverside Dr.
Lg.lbd,laudromat, fishing
dock, boat slips, close to
everything. Monthly/
weekly. 386-423-6240


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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

NEAR BELLAIR PLAZA
2bd/1.5ba. 1st floor. Near
pool. Water & cable incd.
Fishing dock. No pets.
$500/month plus condo
dues. 386-673-9823

NEW SMYRNA BEACH-
SIDE 1/2 bedroom Apart-
ments. New kitchen &
bath. Fully furnished, ca-
ble included. 100 ft from
beach & river, monthly or
long term. No smoking or
pets. 386-428-3386


RENT NOW
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
ORMOND/PINE RUN-
2ba/2ba,w/d,furnished
1-story.Pool,patio,carport
tennis.$1030/mo.1st/last/
sec, incl. water, no smok-
ing / pets. 386-334-6273

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

PORT ORANGE 2 bed-
room, 2 bath Condo, new-
ly re-modeled. Available
now. $850. Call Patty,
386-405-9887.
PORT ORANGE furnish-
ed condo, 2 bedroom, 2
bath, furnished Available
now at $850. Call Ron,
386-405-9887.
S. DAYTONA. 2/2 Condo.
Bottom floor with terrace.
W/D hookup. Private
parking. Includes cable,
trash pickup, pest control.
Pool. Volley Ball
$750/mo 786-269-4301

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SOUTH DAYTONA
2-br/2-bath. 1100 sq ft.
Washer/Dryer incl. Great
shape. Close to beaches.
$700 month. Call Mike
561-248-0175
SOUTH DAYTONA-
Absolutely beautiful
2bd/lba,lg living space,
laundry on premises,
assigned parking,
$650/mo abundant per-
sonal pride. 386
-383-9989
VERO BEACH Move in
special Newly remod-
eled. 1 & 2 bdrms from
$525. Tile, new appl.
Close to beaches, parks
& Rest. 772-563-0013



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(386) 756-8320
2-Bedroom Townhouses
Available
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Elementary School
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blks to beach! 3/2 Many
upgrades incid new kitch-
en & apple. New washer/
dryer. Lawn service incId.
$1500/month lst/last/sec
407-301-9548
DAYTONA BEACH
SHORES 1.5 blocks to
beach! 2bed/1.5bath/1cg
Florida room, work room
off garage, yard, $900/mo
386-852-9405

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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 3bed/2bath
/1 car garage. Central air
& heat, fenced yard, tile
floors, $1200/mo, 1 year
lease, $600 deposit.
386-254-8316 / 212-9839
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 BEACH
Beacon St. -3bed/2bath
across from beach,, fur-
nished, quiet street,
$1,800/mo, call Jeanne
at Alexander R.E.
386-690-9018
NEW SMYRNA BEACH
Newly renovated spa-
cious 3bd/2ba home on
beachside Fenced back
yard with spacious sun-
rooml 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

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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, 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/lba/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-
Breakaway Trails. Ele-
gant custom designed,
3/2, granite countertops,
stainless steel appis,
fireplace,sec.system,
encl. pool. $1800/mo
lst&sec. Disc. avail.
Non-Smokers. Call
386-677-8888
ORMOND BEACH-
NorthBrook, 3bd/2ba/2cg
clean, nicely decorated,
sun tunnels, great loca-
tion.$ 1 2 0 0 /mo
1 st / la st / sec
386-441-7080/295-2847
ORMOND BEACH. Spa-
cious 3br/2ba with fire-
place, large yard. Excel-
lent neighborhood. Avail.
Sept.1st. $1100/mo. F/L
619-818-1177
ORMOND BEACHSIDE
Huge 2/2/2, shed 24,000
SQ. Ft. W/D, Central
Ai r/ Heat, Quiet
Neighborhood $1,150/mo
786-942-9717

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ORMOND BEACH-
Trails home. 4bd/2ba. No
pets. $1,950/mo + sec.
518-677-8634
ORMOND BYTHE SEA
1 Ocean Crest, 3/2/1 car
garage. Wood burning
fireplace. Long/short term
furn/unfurn. Renovated.
$1000. mo. Sml pet okay.
Wendy Powers Realty,
Camille Esposito
386-441-7278
PALM COAST, 40 Pal-
myra Dr.,newer 3BR/2BA,
lanai + jacuzzi, 2 car gar.,
fireplace,centrally located,
no pets, $950/mo. Avail.
now! 518-421-8730
PORT ORANGE 3/2/2,
excellent condition, porch
& backyard. Central to
shopping & schools, US
421 & 1-95 $995/mo +
deposit. 407-452-8680/81
PORT ORANGE 4/2,
2cg, with pool. Fenced in
backyard. No smoking
No pets. $1400/mo

386-760-3502.
PORT ORANGE 4bd/2ba
/3cg 2000 sf. 1 yr new in
Watersedge. Avail 10/01
$1500/mo. First & securi-
ty moves you in! Bonnie
Reilly 386-566-0420 Ex-
ecutive Realty. ,
PORT ORANGE Pool
Home 2/2, FL rm. excel-
lent cond. 404 N. Willow
Ave. $1000 mo. $1500
sec. Will sell or rent to
own. 386-212-5971
PORT ORANGE Waters
edge. .Lakefront 4/2/2,
2114sqft. grass cut incl,
$1395/ mo. 6603 Man-
sour Lane Diplomatic
Realty 386-453-4485
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 386-453-5820

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PORT ORANGEWaters
edge,Lakefront,New3bd
/2ba/2cg, all appl., grass
cut incl., $1275/mo. 6795
Calistoga Cr. Diplomatic
Realty 386-453-4485


RENT NOW
PORT ST. Lucie Newly
renovated house. 2-br/2
full baths, 1.5 car
garage. Wood floors,
new carpet in bedrooms.
Brand new kitchen with
new appliances. Includes
washer & dryer.
Sandpiper area. No pets.
$975/mo. 772-971-5420
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 New
3 bedroom 2 bath. 327
Olive Street $1250/month
Rent With Option To
Buy! 904-613-6001
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-
ing. 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. $925
plus dep 386-767-5690




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

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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

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
PALM COAST Brand
New Luxurious Town-
house 2,500 living sf
Many upgrades. Close to
Flagler Beach & 10 min
from Ormond Beach
386-569-1387



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TITUSVILLE Harbor
Pointe, River Front New
3/2/1, boat slip, gated &
many amenities. Short or
long term, $1,475/mo.
Lease purchase, owner
financing. 321-288-5464



DAYTON 2Story 2bd/lba
newly remodeled, huge
rooms, wood floors, close
to river, downtown, hospi-
tals, schools, 2 porches,
central heat/air, parking.
$675/mo 386-569-5507
DUNLAWTON HILLS -
2br/2ba split plan, huge
loft, scr. porch & jacuzzi
tub. Located in the heart
of Port Orange. Only
$1075. mo. Immed avail.
Call Taylor 386-338-5808


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
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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
ST AUGUSTINE BEACH
Oceanview Condo from
$99nite $749wk, Ocean-
front house from $199nite
$1399wk Historic District
fr $129nite 904-825-1911
www.sunstatevacation.com


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ARTIC CAT 500 ATV
2003. Auto. 4x4. With ex-
tras. Used 180 hours.
Needs some TLC. $1800
OBO 386-453-8589
HONDA 2006 4 wheeler
250 trx Recon Excellent
cond low miles. includes
helmet & portable ramp.
$3500/obo 386-671-6461



1974 CORVETTE New
engine has 300 miles.
Completely restored.
$17,500 386-466-9457
386-237-4774

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CAMERO Convertible
'69 completely restored
in/out. Orig engine, 86K
miles. $28,000/obo
ginnymac33@yahoo.com
772-633-8368
CORVETTE 1985 Excel-
lent condition $9,000 or
best offer 386-562-7647
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
VOLKSWAGEN '72
Dune Buggy, fully
restored, 1 of a kind.
$15,000 invested. Asking
$9500 772-631-6120



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


90 CHEVEROLET hi-toO
handicapped conversion
van. Power lift, power
transfer seat, hand con-
trols, clean, original.
$1600.386-252-6394

98 TALON eagle, v6 auto
2dr cpe, $2200 obo.
386-405-3703


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AUDI 2002 A6 3.0
Quattro. Black with Tan
Leather Interior. All the
extras, including sun roof.
Excellent Condition
$13,500. 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

BMW 1994 318 IS 2 door
sports model, moonroof,
dvd, 78,000 mi., pewter,
Great condition. $3000
firm. 386-253-9831


CADILLAC SEVILLE
SLS 94' Fully loaded,
Exc condition, low miles,
Asking $3,800. Call Rick
772-532-3892
CHEVROLET LUMINA
1996. Grey A/C Power
Steering/Brakes 60,000
miles clean $2,000 obo
386-760-5791
CHEVY CAVALIER 1997
exc. transportation, clean,
ice cold air, new tires &
brakes, list for $3500, sell
for $3000. 386-295-0120
CHEVY MALIBU LS '03
with leather, Power sun
roof, fully loaded, low
miles, $6500. Mercedes
C230 1997 loaded, with
leather, sun roof. $6000
These is both excellent
autos! 386-631-6320

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CHEVY METRO '97 2
dr., auto, a/c, new paint,
40 mpg. Excellent car!
$1950. 386-253-1568

CONVERTIBLE Sebring
JXI '99. P/W, P/L & P/S.
Exc cond. Runs great.
Kelly Blue Book $8000+
sacrifice $3,800/ obo
772-532-3892
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HONDA ACCORD 90' 5
spd, fully loaded, 2dr,
sunroof, rebuilt engine.
$2500 OBO
772-532-3892

HYUNDAI ELENTRA
GLS '02 exc. cond., auto
trans, 4cyl, sunroof
PW/L, cruise, AM/FM
/CD, 30+mpg $5000.obo
386-212-7569


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KIA SPORTAGE 97'
Exc vehicle, great gas
mileage, must see.
$3,200 OBO Call Rick
772-532-3892
TOYOTA CAMRY LE '94
111K miles. $3750 6 cyl,
PS,PW,CD, Moon Roof,
A/C, all malnt. records 1
owner 386-428-4327




S-10 TAILGATES- 2 at
$95ea. A pair of gray
leather seats for '97 Sil-
verado pickup, like new.
$225/pr. 386-405-3703




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boat or RV help children
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HARLEY DAVIDSON
1998 Low Rider. New
tires, extra chrome, for-
ward controls. 11,500
miles $8,900 firm
386-409-3175

HARLEY SPORTSTER
2000, 1200, 4600 miles.

recent tune. $5250.
386-527-8876
MOPED 49CC 4 cycle,
cover, helmet, 1100 mi.,
electric starter. $800 obo.
386-760-3292
SCOOTER 150CC VER-
ONA. 16" Wheels, disc.
brakes, water cooled.
2400 miles, paid $2800.
in 2006, Asking $1650.
Call John 386-409-8200


CAMPING MEMBER-
SHIP! Coast to Coast
USA/ Canada. $8.00/
night (full hookup) Paid
$2595, illness forces sale
$595.1-800-236-0327
FORD GULFSTREAM
1995 Motorhome 30' Only
24,000+/-miles, gen, new
tires, twin beds, lots of
storage, very good cond.
May take sm one in trade
$16,300. .386-405-7234
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.
com ad # 24337
MALLARD 1986 26'
41,000 Orig. miles. Extra
clean, new tires, fully
maintained 1st $6,000
takes it. 386-295-7810
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.


RV ROCKWOOD Pop up
Good condition. Sleeps 6
Ideal for hunter or family.
$1000. 386-409-0987




CHEVY TAHOE 96' 2
door 5.7 eng., auto, full
pwer, new tires, brakes &
tune. Sharp! $5400.obo
386-527-8876

DODGE DURANGO SLT
99', 3rd row seat, 2 WD,
Fully loaded. Looks and
runs great. $4,500 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 RANGER 1984, 5
Speed. 4 Cyl. 3 Alum
Tool Boxes, 4'x8' Carrier,
Work Truck. Good Tires.
Needs choke. $950 Best
Offer or Trade.
386-843-9149/323-1686


GMC SONOMA Ext
Cab- 2000 Exc. Cond.
V6, atuo trans, PWL,
cruise, am/fm/cd, 3rd dr,
bedliner, $5700 offer
386-212-7269
NISSAN PICK-UP '93 5
speed, 4 cycl. cold air
condition. $1550.
386-253-1568

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FISHING BOAT- 15' In
excellent cond., 2nd own-
er, 50hp outboard, Merc.
motor, all new wiring &
string cables, ideal for
getting into shallow wa-
ter. Center Console.
Moving, must sell $4,000
/obo 386-492-4432 or
386-547-0941
KAYAK SANTEE Hurri-
cane Aqua Sport. Red &
White w/ paddle. $400.
Good cond 386-295-7384
McKEE CRAFT 2004 -
Backwater 172. Yamaha
115 hp, 30 hrs. on en-
gine, Bimini top. Extras.
Exc. cond. $15,500.
386-822-5509 /490-5795
POLAR FLATS BOAT
2003 1886 w/ 90h Yama-
ha. Low hours, live wells,
pumps, polling platform,
new trailer, many extras
$7,250. 386-428-2480 or
386-426-4915


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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Ormond Beach
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NEW SMYRNA 2bd/2ba,
Ranch style Duplex, No
common wall. W/D hook-
ups. 420 S. Myrtle Av.

$700/mo + sec.
386-426-5614
ORMOND BEACH
Beachside 507 Grand-
view. Totally furnished
1/1 with Florida room,
carport beautiful fenced
back yard, off street park-
ing, all modern appl.
ocean view. Few steps to
ocean. Walking distance
to everything. $1100/mth
386-677-3844
PORT ORANGE new
house close to best
schools, beach & shop-
ping. 1600 sq ft, 2 huge
bedrooms. lcg, tile floor,
tray ceiling. Energy eff.
top qity home. Yard
maint. incld. $1050/mth
386-316-7316




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




EDGEWATER- Airport
HANGAR 1800sq.ft. A/C,
tiled BA w/shower,alarm
system,ceiling lights, ex-
tra clean. Move-in ready
$1295/mo 386-314-9010
NEW SMYRNA BEACH
700+ Sq Ft Office Space
Beachside on AIA. $650/
month + $250/month
C.A.M. for Utilities
(electric, water, garbage)
386-428-3800

Ocean
Properties.
SManagement, Inc.
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


Southeast Volusia
County Ocean Area.
Lease new commercial
office warehouse. 2,000
- 14,000ft. Small Com-
munity Near 1-95. $9/ft.
High Quality Concrete
Building. 386-423-2223
Sales@macassoc.net
VERO- Office / Retail.
Two spaces from
$500/mo. US1 great loca-
tion, 100K car count ev-
ery day. Two months free
rent. 772-489-0180




EDGEWATER 2568 S.
US 1. Modern Medical
office, fully built out interi-
or, 1200 sq. ft. Call.
407-323-5577




EDGEWATER INDUS-
TRIAL warehse, 3000 sq
ft. A/C, office, overhead
dr, ceiling lights, bath-
room $8.50/sq.ft. / yr. all
inclusive. 386-314-9010
EDGEWATER- INDUS-
TRIAL 1200 sq ft. 2 air
conditioned offices. Lots
of shop space. Overhead
door. $875/mo. Park Ave.
Call: Tom Alcorn
386-451-0919 Ocean
Properties & Mgt.
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
386-299-7055 for more
info.

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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