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Week in
Review
Spring Break
alive and
kicking in
Daytona
Beach


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Antiques
on the
Avenue
Many local
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Index
Business ............................. A8
Classified ........ .... B4
Crossword ...... .............. B4
Dining & Entertainment .... BI
Horoscopes ............................ B1
Out & About ....................... B
Police Report ................... A5
Sports ............ .............. A10
Viewpoint ........ .............. A6
Week in Review ............. A3


Dad grieves for one daughter while caring for another


Injured daughter
being treated;
son OK
BY BETHANY CHAMBERS
Staff writer
VOLUSIA COUNTY It
was 2 a.m. a few days before
Easter and 4-year-old
Kathryn Judith Cain had
just one request.
"She wanted jellybeans
and squiggly worms," said
her father, Bobby Cain, 31,
with a sigh of relief.
It was a simple request
from a girl suffering third
degree burns over a large
portion of her body who
was about to find out she'd
lost her twin sister.
Kathryn and her 5-year-
old brother Chase Paul sur-
vived an apartment fire that
took the life of Kathryn's
twin, Krystal Rein, March
16.
The fire began about 11
p.m. at the South Segrave
Street apartment of Robin
Cain, the children's mother.
The children were visiting
Ms. Cain, 36, and their 16-
year-old half-sister,
Sheyenne Lundgren. Mr.
Cain, of Port Orange, has
custody of the children, but
allowed the weekend visit.
Neighbor Michael Scott
saw the fire and pulled
Chase from the home as


Ms. Cain, Sheyenne, family
friends and neighbors
stood outside. Ms. Cain, Mr.
Scott, Chase and Sheyenne
were uninjured in the fire.
The fire had fully
engulfed the small Daytona
Beach apartment when
police and fire crews
responded and were able to
locate and rescue Kathryn.
They were unable to find
Krystal in the smoke and
flames.
Robin Cain declined to
comment. The cause of the
fire had not been released
as of press time.
Kathryn was initially in
critical condition when she
was transported to Halifax
Medical Center, but was
alert last week as she
endured whirlpool baths
and painful bandaging at
Arnold Palmer Hospital in
Orlando, her father said.
Kathryn and her father
flew Tuesday to the
Shriners Hospitals for Chil-
dren in Cincinnati, Ohio,
which specializes in pedi-
atric burn care. Mr. Cain
said he expects Kathryn will
be there for at least a
month, during which time
he will not be able to work.
The Shriners, an interna-
tional charitable organiza-
tion, pay for patients' trans-
portation and medical
costs.
A week after the fire, Mr.
Cain still hadn't been able


Uptown residents


concerned about


slum properties


Call for better
screening by
landlords
BY BETHANY CHAMBERS
Staff writer
DAYTONA BEACH In
the 60 years that Margaret
Heustis has lived on Mul-
berry Street in uptown, she
has seen things go from
stately to slummy.
'"A lot of the houses are
rentals and they're owned
by investors who live up
north and don't care," she
said.
Concerned about these


unmaintainedd rental prop-
erties" and their "slum-
lords," members of the
Uptown Daytona Neighbor-
hood Association met last
week with city officials to
discuss ways to lessen the
number of properties in
their neighborhood that
attract crime or grime.
For the past two years, the
Uptown group, which is
composed of residents from
the neighborhood just
south of Mason Avenue
near the river, had been
compiling a Top 10 list of
these problem properties.
Most of them are rental
homes.


) See UPTOWN, A7


Neighborhoods

disagree on

hotel project


Beach Street
project up for
vote Tuesday
BY BETHANY CHAMBERS
Staff writer
DAYTONA BEACH -
Mark Mullin spent his
childhood riding his bicy-
cle through the partly
submerged dumping
grounds just off Beach
Street, next to the Halifax
River.
That land is now the
posh, Mediterranean
style condominium com-


plex known as Marina
Point. It is also Mr.
Mullin's home.
"I always thought it was
a neat place out in the
river. I never thought I'd
live here," he said.
Only now, Mr. Mullin
and other members of the
neighborhood group,
Marina Point Association,
worry their tiny peninsula
paradise could be
changed by the addition
of a more than 200-foot-
tall hotel at the corner of
Beach Street and Marina
Point Drive, at the site of
the current Daytona
) See HOTEL, A7


to tell Chase or Kathryn
about Krystal's death.
Instead he told Chase his
sisters were "at the doctor
being looked at."
After Krystal's March 22
funeral in New Smyrna
Beach, though, he consult-
ed a counselor and sat
down with each of the kids
to explain. Neither child
had attended the funeral.
"Chase took it OK;
Kathryn cried a little bit,"
Mr. Cain said. "I think they
already knew."
Kathryn has had night-
mares since the fire, Mr.
Cain said.
"I think she saw what
happened to Krystal," he
said.
While Mr. Cain stays with
Kathryn in Ohio, Chase will
be splitting time between
his Port Orange home with
his uncle, Bill Cain, and the
South Daytona home of his
grandmother, Susan Cain.
The couple's divorce was
finalized March 27 after five
years of marriage and a
one-year separation, Mr.
Cain said.
Mr. Cain said Chase has
been interviewed by inves-
tigators about the fire.
"He said he woke up and
saw the fire and Mom
wouldn't wake up," Mr.
Cain said.
Since the fire, Chase has
begun talking about his
future, a good sign, Mr.


Photo courtesy of Susan Cain
Four-year-old Kathryn Cain, her 5-year-old brother
Chase Cain and twin sister Krystal Cain are seen here in
a family photo taken on Easter Sunday, 2007. A March 16
fire at the family's apartment took the life of Krystal and
severely burned Kathryn, who is now at a hospital in
Cincinnati, Ohio, receiving treatment.


Cain said.
"My son always said he
wanted to be like me, a
mechanic. I hoped not,
because I didn't want him
to go through the same
pain I have," he said. "Now
he says when he grows up
he wants to be a firefighter
or policeman."
Krystal and Kathryn
"loved to dress up pretty"
and were "girly girls and
tomboys at the same time,"
said their grandma, Susan
Cain. The only difference


between the two was a gap
between Kathryn's front
teeth, Mrs. Cain said.
Mrs. Cain recalled the joy
the family felt when the
identical twins were born in
January 2004. Mr. Cain and
his brother, Bill, are also
identical twins.
Krystal was the smaller
of the girls and had health
problems, Mrs. Cain said.
"She was in (neonatal
intensive care) and fought


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BY BETHANY CHAMBERS
Staff writer
DAYTONA BEACH -
Dozens of dedicated Daytona
Beach residents who helped
create the city's vision plan
stood in the city commission
chambers last week as vision
steering committee chair-
woman Edith Shelley spoke.
They smiled and clapped as
the commission unanimously
accepted the 33-page "Day-
tona Beach Vision Plan 2008
and Beyond" after a year and
a half of meetings and revi-
sions to the plan that sets the
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create that he has retained an
attorney and is prepared to
challenge at least part of the
plan.
Greg Gimbert, a beachside
resident and member of the
land use action team for the
visioning committee, said he
and land use team leader Paul
Zimmerman have retained
environmental attorney
Henry Lee Morgenstern of
Seville to review options for
nullifying those parts of the
vision plan that could inflate
the city's power to promote
land development.
Mr. Gimbert said he fears
that the vision plan will
enable the city to more easily
enter into new development
projects because of wording
in portions of a state statute.
"My concern ... is that the
vision plan is just the first step
in a two-part process to elimi-
nate state and county over-
sight of the city commission's
decisions to adding more
growth ... in Daytona Beach,"
he wrote in a prepared state-
ment.
Mr. Zimmerman did not
attend the meeting because,
he said, he knew ahead of
time that "no one was pre-
pared to challenge" the vision.
"I don't have any grounds to
sue, but there are legal
avenues to take. If this vision
is presented to (the state
Department of Community
Affairs) to trigger (develop-
ment) we would look to chal-
lenge it."
A lifelong resident, Mr. Zim-
merman said he believed the
vision steering committee
and citizens had good inten-
tions.


"I question some of the
city's motives," he said.
Ms. Shelley, city commis-
sioners and representatives
and other members of the
vision steering committee
strongly disagreed.
This was a plan by the citi-
zens for the citizens, Ms. Shel-
ley said.
"This is not a vision that is
based on legislation or
intended to serve as a means
to circumvent oversight or cit-
izen input," Ms. Shelley told
the commission. "The steer-
ing committee and citizens of
this community did not
intend for this vision to be
used as part of preparation
and implementation of an
urban infill or redevelopment
plan nor were we tasked to do
so."
Mr. Gimbert had advocated
for strict language to limit the
height and density of projects.
The "Environment" chapter
of the plan suggests that the
city "maintain and enforce
height limits," and "maintain
and adhere to density levels."
Mr. Gimbert, though, said
he believes the final product
was "watered down to the
point of uselessness over ...
numerous rewrites."
Vision steering committee
member Doug Kosarek said
the plan was a consensus and
"more people in the commu-
nity were looking for less
extreme language."
Dave LaMotte, a 47-year
resident and vision steering
committee member agreed.
"There are 30-some odd
pages and it comes down to
two words and one page.
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In the motion to accept the
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In the coming year, resi-
dents will have frequent
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tions administrator Hardy
Smith said.
"Really, this is just the first
phase of an ongoing process
which never ends," he said.
"The intention is to have a liv-
ing document."
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A Bible study class for
singles, by singles will be
held from ,.7 to 9 p.m., Fri-
day, April 4, at CrossRoads
Baptist Church, 1851 S.
Clyde Morris Blvd., Day-
tona Beach.
The next Bible study will
be April 17.
For more information,
call (386) 214-7418 or visit
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Church to present
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Antiques on the


Avenue Festival
goes side this year
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Rain or shine,
this year's event
has something
for everyone,
organizers say
BY BETHANY CHAMBERS
Staff writer
VOLUSIA COUNTY Last
year's East Central Florida
Antiques on the Avenue Fes-
tival in Holly Hill was a
wash.
Literally.
This year, though, organ-
izers for the festival will
avoid the threat of April
showers with a mostly
indoors festival.
"Last year we were in large
tents on the lawn at city hall
and we had a torrential
downpour and gale force
winds. People packed up
and went home," said
organizer Priscilla Towle,


city of Holly Hill program
administrator. "We're having
the event indoors from now
on."
The fifth annual festival
on Saturday, April 5 and
Sunday, April 6 from 10 a.m.
to 5 p.m. will be held at the
Holly Hill Recreation Center
on Daytona Avenue behind
city hall.
Last year's weather night-
mare combined with a slug-
gish economy means this
year's event will be scaled
back to about 20 vendors,
Ms. Towle said.
That doesn't mean it won't
be a draw, though, Ms.
Towle said. One big new
seller is Postcard Nostalgia,
a local business that sells
old postcards, some clean
and some complete with
stamps and handwritten
notes.
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Florida and downsize, so


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Randy Barber/staff photographer
Cathy Sturgill of Daytona Beach examines an antique
lamp on display at the Magnolia House Antique Village in
Holly Hill. The store is one of several local antique dealers
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Hi, Hometown News
readers.

Spring Break -
some things never
change
Spring Break may not
be the event it was two
decades ago, but plenty of
college students still
found their way to our
beaches along with many
families and locals this
holiday week. Certainly
the event is down from its
hey day and those that do
promote spring break say
this year, with high gas
prices and economic
uncertainty, even those
breakers that do make
Daytona Beach a destina-
tion are down 25 percent.
However, the area is still
getting a bump from
visitors and the Volusia
County Beach Patrol is
back up to full speed.

Huge waves
welcome breakers
The first wave of
breakers faced a huge
ocean when a passing
weather system kicked up
4- to 6-foot surf on shore
and bigger surf beyond
the break. Officers roved
the beach using loud
speakers to warn swim-
mers about the risks and
filled as many lifeguard
towers as possible. At this
time of year, before the
busy summer season,
Volusia County can
typically staff 20 lifeguard
towers and most of those
are in the core area from
Silver Beach to University.
Over the Easter holiday
weekend, the lifeguard
force went up with help
from part-time high
school and college
students. Of course, a


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bureau chief
contingent of beach patrol
officers are up and down
the beach constantly and
as cross trained rescuers,
they are prepared to assist
if needed.

Rip currents and
creatures lurk
beneath the surface
Dozens of people were
rescued from rip currents
during the course of
spring break weeks and a
few went home with stings
from Portugese Man-O-
War. Those nasty creatures
with long tentacles were
also blown in by the wind,
either nailing people in
shallow water or up on the
beach. Children are drawn
to them because they look
like balloons. In a few
people, the sting can
create a dangerous allergic
reaction, but most just feel
the pain and it quickly
subsides. And at least one
visitor took more than a
welt when the 13-year-old
boy was bit by a shark on
the ankle. The boy was in
thigh-deep water around
the beachway approach in
New Smyrna Beach the
beginning of Easter
weekend, when a small
shark bit him, causing
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Resident files suit against city over condominium project


Lawsuit makes
false
accusations, city
attorney says
BY BETHANY CHAMBERS
Staff writer
DAYTONA BEACH -
Henry Dowd moved to
Daytona Beach in July
because, he said, he
believed it would be an
affordable place to live.
That was not the case,
says the recently divorced
58-year-old retiree from
Altamonte Springs.
In an effort to obtain
more affordable housing,
Mr. Dowd filed a lawsuit
earlier this month against
the city of Daytona Beach,
several city employees and
officials and developers


regarding a high-end
condo project approved by
the city commission last
year.
Mr. Dowd, a disbarred
attorney who is represent-
ing himself, said he is suing
the city because the condo
units that city officials are
counting as affordable
housing will not be reason-
ably priced for the average
citizen.
Last month, another res-
ident filed a criminal com-
plaint against the city
regarding the project.
Mr. Dowd's civil com-
plaint, filed March 13,
alleges that the city com-
mitted seven counts of
fraud and conspiracy in
order to approve the Beach
Street Condominium proj-
ect last summer.
He said he hopes the
court will penalize the city


by requiring it to pay for
more affordable and low-
income housing.
"I did this because I want
housing," he said.
Summons were issued
March18 to the city, former
city planners Steven Sprak-
er and Daniel Reed, city
redevelopment project
director Jason Jeffries, city
attorney Bob Brown,
Mayor Glenn Ritchey, Boca
Developers and their rep-
resentative Brian Street
and attorney Robert Mer-
rill.
Seventh Judicial Circuit
Court spokeswoman Molly
Justice could not say how
long the case will take.
The condo project, pro-
posed by Boca Developers,
would place two 22-story
towers on North Beach
Street between Dr. Mary
McLeod Bethune Boule-


vard and Mullally Street.
In a staff report dated
May 15, 2007, Mr. Jeffries
and Mr. Spraker wrote that
the project would "provide
a needed consumer base
for local businesses that
will assist in the develop-
ment of additional retail
for downtown."
The condo project is pro-
posed for the heart of the
Downtown/Ballough Road
Redevelopment Area, a
blighted section of the city
that officials are hoping to
revive.
Mr. Dowd's lawsuit con-
tends, however, that Mr.
Spraker and other mem-
bers of the city planning
department changed docu-
ments to make the project
appear more appropriate.
"It all comes down to
how you define fraud. (I
think it's) if you attempt


fraud and it's not a clerical
error," Mr. Dowd said. "I'm
just surprised how bad it
looks (for the city).
Mr. Dowd said the most
damning evidence he sub-
mitted to the court is a
document that shows Mr.
Spraker received a three-
day-suspension for provid-
ing a "staff report which
was not reviewed by the
Planning Board" to the city
commission.
Mr. Spraker later left the
city planning position "for
personal reasons," city
attorney Bob Brown said.
He is now a planner for the
city of Ormond Beach.
Mr. Brown said Mr.
Dowd's case has no merit
and Mr. Spraker is "a good
person who never did the
deeds he's accused of."
"Steve was in the middle
of a lot of projects he was


Henry Dowd


responsible for at the time.
He was trying to make
changes in the documents
to reflect what multiple
boards (wanted)," Mr.
Brown said. "If he made a
mistake, I'm sure that's
what it was. I don't think
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so hard to be here. To have
her taken away," Mrs. Cain
said, tears streaming down
her face. "I'm 57. Take
(me)."
Krystal, who was named
after one of Mr. Cain's sis-
ters, was a bright, happy
child who shared a favorite
fireman doll and all her
secrets with Chase as
though he was her twin,
Mr. Cain said.
"They were like two peas
in a pod," he said. "They
were meant for each
other."
Kathryn, on the other
hand, has always liked to
play alone and is "daddy's
little girl."
"She always wants to sit


on Daddy's lap and watch
TV," Mr. Cain said.
Mr. Cain said it's now "a
matter of when, not if"
Kathryn will be able to
receive skin grafts for the
most serious of her burns,
on her left arm and hand
from elbow to fingertips.
Skin will be grafted from
Mr. Cain's buttocks, he
said.
Mr. Cain said his kids
loved watching SpongeBob
Squarepants and Scooby-
Doo cartoons, playing with
puppies, eating barbeque
and listening to country
music.
They also enjoyed
attending preschool at
Precious Child Care in


"They were all going to the same school. They
loved it. They always saw each other. People
at the school are all so heartbroken."

Bobby Cain
Father


Daytona Beach, where the
twins were in their first
year and Chase was in his
second year. Chase had to
start at a new school this
week to be closer to his
uncle's work, his grand-
mother said.
"They were all going to
the same school. They
loved it. They always saw
each other," Mr. Cain said.


"People at the school are
all so heartbroken."
Mr. Cain said he thanks
everyone who has donated
to the family, and hopes to
find solace once he and his
children are together at
home again.
"It's just the three of us
now, I guess."
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Frida-71March 2 20


POLICE REPORTS


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

Daytona Beach
Police Department

*Rosa Luz Segarra, 32, of
441 Pine St., Daytona Beach,
was arrested March 14 on
charges of fraudulent use of a
credit card. Bail was set at
$1,000.
*Dorothy Renee Little, 47,
of 524 S. Beach St., Apt. 102,
Daytona Beach, was arrested
March 14 on charges of child
abuse/neglect. Bail was set at
$2,500.
*Terry Roosevelt Edwards,
46, of 571 Eldorado St., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
March 14 on charges of pos-
session of cocaine. Bail was
set at $2,000.
*Kenneth Leon Thomas, 37,
of 633 Washington St., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
March 14 on charges of pos-
session of a controlled sub-
stance. Bail was set at $2,000.
*Walter Allen Woodward,
49, of 329 N. Peninsula Drive,
Daytona Beach, -was arrested
March 14 on charges of pos-
session of cocaine. Bail was
set at $1,500.
-Kevin James Munnings, 42,
of 220 N. Halifax, Daytona
Beach, was arrested March 14
on charges of possession of
cocaine. Bail was set at
$2,000.
*Marvin Louis Clark, 48, of
412 S. Martin Luther King Jr.
Blvd., Daytona Beach, was
arrested March 14 on charges
of unlawful possession of a
controlled substance. Bail
was set at $1,500.
*Nicholas John McCallum,
23, of 114B S. Ocean Ave.,
Daytona Beach, was arrested
March 14 on charges of
strong-arm robbery. No bail
was set.
*Elbert Bernard Sipp, 54, of
1624 Wbodcrest, Apt. 2, Day-
tona Beach, was -arrested
March 14 on charges of bur-
glary. Bail was set at $5,000.
*Katurah .-" Alexandria


Gainey, 36, of 644 Hawk St.,
Daytona Beach, was arrested
March 15 on charges of
aggravated domestic assault:
Bail was set at $15,000.
*Loretta Mary Brickman,
48, of 16 S. Grandview Ave.,
Daytona Beach, was arrested
March 14 on charges of two
counts of aggravated assault
with a deadly weapon and
possession of a concealed
firearm. No bail was set.
*Vetrick Maurice Shavers,
32, of 710 Edwards St., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
March 15 on charges of pos-
session of cocaine. No bail
was set.
*Holijiu Emeka Ononiwu,
18, of 112 Norma Drive, Apt.
207, Daytona Beach, was
arrested March 15 on charges
of attempted burglary. Bail
was set at $1,500.
*Rachel Ann Johnson, 35, of
341 San Juan Ave., Apt. 71,
Daytona Beach, was arrested
March 16 on charges of pos-
session of cocaine. Bail was
set at $3,000.
*Simmie Henry Perry, 18, of
410 Alarmanda St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested March 16
on charges of trespassing on a
construction site, grand theft
and criminal mischief. Bail
was set at $16,000.
*Bobby Lee Kearse, 55, of
644 Hawk St., Daytona Beach,
was arrested March 16 on
charges of tampering with
evidence. Bail was set at
$1,500.
*Freddie Dean Irving Jr., 46,
of 158 Arlington Ave., Apt. 3,
Daytona Beach, was arrested
March 16 on charges of
aggravated assault. Bail was
set at $3,500.
*Erica Renee Davenport,
30, of 1409 Mardrake Road,
Daytona Beach, was arrested
March 17 on charges of
aggravated domestic battery
and battery on a law enforce-
ment officer. No bail was set.
*Gregory Johnson, 41, of
340 North St., Daytona Beach,
was arrested March 17 on
charges of three counts of
burglary. Bail was set at
$15,000.
*Jeremy Michael Phillips,
32, of 727 N. Atlantic Ave.,
Daytona Beach, was arrested
March 17 on charges of
'aggravated domestic battery.


No bail was set.
*Robert Maurice Guertal,
40, of 527 N. Ridgewood Ave.,
Apt. 4, Daytona Beach, was
arrested March 17 on charges
of aggravated battery. Bail
was set at $10,000.
*Karon LyshaunWatson, 20,
of 818 Lewis Drive, Daytona
Beach, was arrested March 17
on charges of possession of a
firearm by a convicted felon
and grand theft firearm. No
bail was set.
*Jacob M. Ponder, 26, of 817
Lewis St., Daytona Beach,
was arrested March 17 on
charges of criminal mischief.
Bail was set at $1,000.
*George Maurice Still, 47, of
605 Cedar Park Drive, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
March 18 on charges of
unlawful possession of a con-
trolled substance with intent
to distribute. No bail was set.
*William Eugene Johnson,
27, of 372 N. Lincoln St., Apt.
11, Daytona Beach, was
arrested March 18 on charges
of possession of cocaine with
intent to sell. No bail was set.
eMansour Ubaidallah
Alghamdi, 23, of 600 S. Clyde
Morris Blvd., Daytona Beach,
was arrested March 18 on
charges of sexual battery. Bail
was set at $20,000.
*Frank Edward Oxendine,
35, of 521 Heineman St., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
March 18 on charges of grand
theft. Bail was set at $3,500.
*Raymond Edward Adkins,
50, of 316 North St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested March 18
on charges of dealing in
stolen property. Bail was set
at $1,500.
*Bradley Mark Carli, 43, of
219 S. Atlantic Ave., Apt. 303,
Daytona Beach, was arrested
March 18 on charges of the
sale of a controlled substance
and possession of a con-
trolled substance with intent
to sell. Bail was set at $10,500.
*Kenneth Darryl Tookes, 48,
of 507 1/2 N. Ridgewood Ave.,
Daytona Beach, was arrested
March 18 on charges of pos-
session of cocaine. Bail was
set at $1,500.
*Lisa Faye Morris, 37, of 732
Jefferson St., Apt. 1, Daytona
Beach, was arrested March 19
on charges of aggravated bat-
tery. Bail was set at $25,000.


*Ronald Howard King Jr.,
23, of 705 Kathy Circle, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
March 19 on charges of utter-
ing forged bills, possession
with intent to distribute, car-
rying a concealed firearm and
leaving the scene of a crash.
No bail was set.
eArnold E. Lacross Jr., 48, of
340 North St., Daytona Beach,
was arrested March 19 on
charges of burglary. Bail was
set at $1,500.
*Jordan Christopher Stew-
art, 26, of 2711 N. HalifaxAve.,
Apt. 283, Daytona Beach, was
arrested March 19 on charges
of grand theft auto and pos-
session of a controlled sub-
stance. Bail was set at
$10,500.
*Jimmy Lenard Yearby, 20,
of 1147 Mason Ave., Daytona
Beach, was arrested March 19
on charges of burglary of a
dwelling and burglary of a
structure. Bail was set at
$5,000.
*Jasmine T. McCoy, 18, of
640 Dr. Mary McLeod Blvd.,
Daytona Beach, was arrested
March 20 on charges of grand
theft. Bail was set at $1,000.
*Lavar Corbitt Andrews, 29,
of 641 McCormick St., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
March 20 on charges of pos-
session of cocaine. No bail
was set.
*Lawrence Herman Toby,
30, of 740 Bethune Blvd., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
March 20 on charges of false
imprisonment. No bail was
set.
*Freddie Leonard Stewart,
48, of 551 Janice Ave., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
March 20 on charges of prin-
cipal to grand theft. Bail was
set at $2,500.

Volusia County
Sheriffs Office
*Hien Van Pham, 46, of
the Florida State Hospital in
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed March 14 on charges of
arson. No bail was set.
*Lillie Mae Melado, 54, of
142 Emmet St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested March
17 on charges of the sale of
cocaine. Bail was set 'at
$7,500.


Wanted Person:
Kenneth Ramone Wilson
Birth Date: 4/11/88
Reason Wanted:
Aggravated Battery on a
Police Officer
Last Known Location:
Daytona Beach

Crime Stoppers of
NortheastFlorida is seek-
ing information on the
whereabouts of Kenneth
Ramone Wilson. An arrest
warrant was issued on
Feb. 25 for Wilson charg-
ing him with aggravated
battery on a police offi-
cer. The warrant orders
Wilson to be taken into
custody on $10,000 bond.
The 19-year-old
Ramone was last known
to be living on Garden
Street in Daytona Beach.
He's 5'7" and about 170
pounds, with black hair
and brown eyes. If you
see Wilson or know


*Ernest Latonio Frost, 26,
of 531 Brook Circle, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
March 18 on charges of pos-
session of cannabis with
intent to sell. Bail was set at
$5,000.
*James Robert Bickel, 35,
of 1022 June Terrace, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
March 19 on charges of bur-
glary with battery. Bail was
set at $10,000.
*Richard E. Shipman, 42,
of 600 S. Beach St., Apt. 110,
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed March 19 on charges of
obtaining property with a
returned check. No bail was
s e t. -


Kenneth Ramone Wilson


where he is, don't
attempt to apprehend
him.
Anyone with informa-
tion on his whereabouts is
asked to call Crime Stop-
pers toll-free at (888) 277-
TIPS. Callers to Crime
Stoppers will remain
anonymous and can
qualify for a reward of up
to $1,000.


*Lili M. Richardson, 22, of
623 S. Palmetto Ave., Apt. 8,
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed March 20 on charges of
possession of cocaine. Bail
was set at $2,500.
*Christopher Adam Gar-
rett, 26, of 623 Palmetto
Ave., Apt. 8, Daytona Beach,
was arrested March 20 on
charges of possession of a
controlled substance and
possession of cocaine. Bail
was set at $4,000.
*Michael John Dahl, 46; of
1022 June Terrace, Daytona
Beach, was arrested March
20 on charges of aggravated
assault. No bail was set.


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Call the Hometown Rants & Raves line at

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or e-mail volnews@hometownnewsol.com.
Callers are asked to refrain from making slanderous
statements. Statements of fact will be checked for
accuracy.


The 'plusses' of having a Wal-Mart

There is the convenience of everything in one store. It also
supports the Chinese (they should have money) who now
make a large percentage of all the products.
It reduces the overpopulation by selling toys with lead
paint to kill children and that also creates lawsuits ensuring
large amounts of money for lawyers.
It also puts the unsightly mom-and-pop shops out of busi-
ness, thereby turning the downtown area into vacant build-
ings ripe for bars, pawnshops and perhaps insurance claims.
Wal-Mart provides jobs for our youth and elderly. Jobs that
teach a better way of life by following leadership and work-
ing toward a future, a future Communist world where corpo-
rations will separate us from government, allowing world
peace.
Please allow that Wal-Mart to be built. Think of all the
plusses!

Unpleasant music is pushing patron away

Walking through the Sunshine Park Mall in South Daytona
used to be such a pleasure.
Lately, the music has changed from Seal, Fiona Apple and
Mazzy Star to a loud, assaulting noise and talk that no one in
their right mind would listen to.
My mailbox fee is up at the end of the year, and I hope they
correct this because I don't want to change post offices.

A question for the readers

I never got the opportunity to ask the following question
recently at a residents' meeting held to review the proposed
Flagler Avenue hotel:
Given 1) the unquestioned economic value of the Flagler
Avenue hotel proposal to the community and 2) the devel-
oper's genuine attempts to answer problems raised by atten-
dees, such as those related to trees, traffic, water retention
and building design, is there anyone willing to work with the
developer to negotiate revisions or make other accommoda-
tions to bring this facility to the Flagler Avenue site?
Responses respectfully requested at
www.richmad731@msn.com.

In response to 'Save Mosquito Lagoon'

This is for the sports fishermen. They get a little justice
back from when they banned the net fishermen from the
lagoon.
I think it's great NASA is expanding and the space program
is doing well.
The sports fishermen didn't care that net fishermen had
jobs.
For the sports fishermen, it's a little bit of payback for what
you did to put net fishermen out of business.

Resident happy to see cultural festival

I'm happy to see they are finally having a Jewish Festival in
Daytona. I read not too long ago in the paper that there will
be a German market coming to town.
Wouldn't it be great if they had a German Festival?
I come from New Jersey, and the Garden State Center
charged $10 for a German show. I would like to see some-
thing like that here, cheap events for the working class of
Ormond Beach. We can't afford $40 or $50 per ticket.

Ways to improve the beach

Regarding the extravagant and needless development of
off-beach parking on the west side of A1A in Ormond Beach:
Ormond Beach has miles of scenic beaches for residents
and visitors to spread out on and enjoy the ocean. Why do
city officials want to crowd large numbers of people into one
off-beach parking area that will create a congested condi-
tion, on and off the beach, and a Coney Island atmosphere?
Not only is the beach congestion unwanted, but the
expense of off-beach parking areas and a park does not end
with the land purchase. Water, electric, insurance and main-
tenance are additional expenses that continually increase,
creating another burden for Ormond Beach residents.
Westside A1A parking areas also will result in pedestrian
injuries while people attempt to cross A1A.
Forget the expensive and congested off-beach parking
idea; we don't need it. The beach is a park with its own park-
ing area. Bulldozers need to keep the beach clear of soft sand
so that vehicles can drive on it.
Ormond Beach officials should insist that Volusia County
keep all of the many entrances to our beach open.
Recently, county officials suggested to remove the toll-


booths from the beach entrances. This is an excellent idea
that should be supported by Ormond Beach.
Finally, the beach north of Granada Boulevard should be
re-opened to vehicles as it was in the past before big money
residents had it closed.
By following the above and inexpensive procedures, resi-
dents and visitors could utilize and enjoy our beach to its
fullest extent. The millions of dollars saved can keep city
employees from being laid off and city services from being
reduced or eliminated.

Extra sales tax not fair for poor

Some politicians want to do some strange things about
taxes.
No. 1: A "Fair Tax," having a sales tax to replace federal
income and payroll tax.
No. 2: There's talk of having a sales tax to replace property
tax. This will mean that those on Social Security and anyone
just getting by will have to make up for the high wage earners
with another sales tax?
The poor who don't own property will have to make up for
expensive homeowners' taxes with an added sales tax?
Those with high income and those with property will be
well able to afford extra sales tax, but the poor will have to
pay more for a pair of shoes or a loaf of bread, for example, to
cover the property and income tax shortfall.
Why bother to change things? If you're rich enough, you
write off your taxes on your business anyway. Could it be
that's what our present sales tax is making up for now?

Praise for law enforcement officers

It's happened to us all. You're driving along, thinking about
the day ahead or in a hurry to get to a job or home from one
and all of a sudden, you see blue lights in the rearview mir-
ror.
"Oh, great," you think, making you later than you already
were and perhaps costing some hard-earned cash in the
process.
Perhaps the cop who stopped you was nice and only gave
you a warning. Perhaps he or she wasn't or you deserved a
ticket. Either way, you need to remember one thing: Whether
the officer was nice or not, they're all human, just like you,
with one big difference. The men and women of law enforce-
ment, as well as their counterparts in fire/rescue and EMS,
are willing to put their lives and futures on the line for each
and every one of us, whether they know us, like us or don't.
Many a dad, mom, son, daughter, brother and sister have
lost their lives trying to help all of us. I don't need to remind
you of Sept. 11 and the hundreds who gave their futures to
help people they didn't even know. How many parents didn't
come home to their kids that day?
It shames and saddens me to see the way we often repay
these human beings. Every time the city's budget is cut or the
police or fie unions ask for a decent wage for its members,
some people and politicians throughout time have threat-
ened to take their jobs, not give them proper equipment and
not treat them as respected human beings.
This is often motivated by politicians who want "yes men"
to run their departments, not men of character and back-
bone who will stand up for the men and women of their
departments. All too often, the citizens let it happen.
Let me remind all of us this: If it's your house or life on the
line, you'll be glad these people are willing to risk their lives
for you. You'll be glad they have the equipment to do the job
and the leaders to stand up for them.

In response to "Where are the politicians?'

This was the heading of one of Hometown News' reader's
viewpoints in the March 14 edition. I suggest that the head-
ing for this viewpoint be "Where is the media?"
I think the politicians are laughing all the way to the bank.
The reason is very simple, but is never addressed by the


media.
When the price of gasoline goes from $3 to $4, the state
governments all reap the rewards of increased state sales tax
revenue.
In the state of Florida, for example, the tax is around 6
cents for every dollar spent. Therefore, if the price goes up a
dollar per gallon, the state gets an additional 6 cents for
every additional dollar spent or for each gallon sold.,
The fact is, this is true of every consumable that is subject
to state sales tax, but the gasoline tax is a huge number. i
In 2007, there were 18 1/4 million people in Florida. If each
person purchased a gallon of gasoline a day, and this is prob-
ably very conservative, then the government would take in
and additional $1 million and change per day. That trans-
lates to almost $400 million per year, if the price goes up $1. I
have no way of knowing how much fuel they really sell a day,
so I cannot compute it accurately. This is the point where I
would hope the media would step up.
Some state, federal and county gas taxes are so much per
gallon and are not effected by the increases, but the state's
sales taxes are calculated on the amount of dollars spent. If
you recall, in 2001 when gas was around $2 per gallon, every
state in the nation was essentially bankrupt and didn't know
what they were going to do. Then, as if manna from heaven,
gas went from $2 to $3 per gallon, and within,three months,
every state in the nation was miraculously cured and some
even&ii Ti-urplusimoney to spend.
Media, please wake up. You're always needing stories; how
about this one? I'll bet our founding fathers could have
never imagined that our government would be taking us to
the cleaners like this. Geez, talk about the fleecing of Ameri-
ca.

Sticking up for a potential congressman

In the Friday, March 14 edition, someone wrote in "Where
are the politicians?" Well, I have heard of one local man in
Port Orange who is trying to get his name on the ballot for
U.S. Congressman. He has a lot of great ideas and plans to
get this country back on track. I have even seen his Web site
at www.cib.clearwire.net and have heard him speak to a
group of college students where he expressed very feasible
plans and cures for our nation's problem.
So, in answer to your rants, here is your politician for con-
gressman in District 24.
By the way, he needs petitions signed to get his name on
the ballot for the general election. I suggest we all help this
interested citizen to achieve his goal. Let's take the time to
make a change.

Give the guy a break

I think it is terrible that people are making fun of Sen. John
McCain when he was confused about which side Iran is
backing in the conflict in Iraq. The other guy whispered the
right answer in his ear.
Sometimes, I get confused and can't find my car in the
parking lot, and I am several years younger than Sen.
McCain.
President Bush is a young man, and maybe when his term
is over, he and Vice President Chaney can help Sen. McCain.
Everyone gets confused. Give McCain a break.

Senior upset by rude caller

Not too long ago, I got a phone call from an organization
asking for a donation of $20 for its cause. I said I couldn't
afford $20 because I live on a certain income, but I could
manage $10.
The man on the phone said, "Forget it; we only want $20."
And he hung up.
I still can't get over the shock. Isn't $10 better than nothing?
A lot of us senior citizens live from paycheck to paycheck.
Why do they think that all of us are well off?
Give us a break.


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Marina and Boat Works.
The Downtown/Ballough
Road Redevelopment
Board will vote on the 17-
story Marina Point II proj-
ect, proposed by developer
New Dawn Daytona, at its
meeting at noon on April 1
at city hall.
"Traffic, noise, parking,
the loss of our sunlight in
the afternoon and the
total loss of our sunsets,"
Mr. Mullin said, "How
won't this affect us?"
On the other side of the
debate, though, are those
who live in the Old Day-
tona National Historic
District, on the west side
of Beach Street.
James Niceley, a resi-
dent of Palmetto Avenue,


spoke in favor of the hotel
at the redevelopment
board's public hearing
March 12.
Mr. Niceley said he and
a number of his neighbors
believed the project could
serve as an economic cat-
alyst for the area.
Old Daytona has tradi-
tionally been a mix of res-
idences and businesses,
he added.
"In my neighborhood, I
have a lot of crime ...
(that) doesn't happen
behind the gates at Mari-
na Point," he said. "Right
now, we have a lot of peo-
ple (in subsidized hous-
ing). I would like my
neighbors to be able to
have a good job in my
neighborhood, and I
think this is going to be
able to do that for us."
A better way to get jobs


for the neighborhood
would be to keep the
Beach Street site a marina
and boatyard, said Marina
Point resident Ed Dalton.
"The city doesn't under-
stand what economic
development is," he said.
"(Boatyards are) the
industry we need, not
hotels."
Because the project fits
within the local service
industry zoning of the 1.7
acre parcel, the project
does not need to be
approved by the planning
board or city commission.
The redevelopment
board will vote on design
guidelines and site suit-
ability only, assistant city
attorney Marie Hartman
said.
The Old Daytona neigh-
borhood group has not
taken an official position


on the project, represen-
tative Stefan Shields said.
He could not say whether
representatives would
attend the meeting.
The Marina Point Associ-
ation, however, has taken a
stance. They have retained
environmental attorney
Dennis Bayer of Flagler
Beach and say they will
explore avenues to block
the project if passed by the
board.
They have seen plans for
dozens of single family
townhomes on the penin-
sula in the past decade, yet
no building has begun.
When the market picks
up, though, the onslaught
of construction could con-
gest the narrow two-lane
Marina Point Drive, which
should concern residents
and the city, Mr. Mullin
said.


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Ed Dalton stands on the sixth floor of the Marina Point
condo while pointing to the new location of a 17-story
hotel near his home in Daytona Beach. The residents of
the condo are upset that the city might allow a large hotel
to be built so close to the residential community.


"You know when some-
one's going to sue the city?
The first time an elderly res-
ident dies because we can't
get an emergency vehicle in
here in time because of the


traffic," he said. "That's the
situation the city is creat-
ing."

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From page Al


"(The police) might get rid
of the tenants causing prob-
lems, but then the landlord
puts the same type of person
right in there again," said
Uptown member Chris Daun.
"Enough of going after the
tenants; go after the land-
lords. Some of them live in
tony addresses. They're not
just scraping by or elderly and
unable to care for the proper-
ty."
Lisa Iriperato McCarthy or
Ormond Beach was flabber-
gasted to find out her proper-
ties were listed as the No. 3
and No. 4 offenders on the
Top 10 list.
"Why would that be? I've
never had any crime. Once in
a while the police have been
called because the alarm goes
off, but that's it," she said.
City records show.that one
of Ms. Imperato's properties,
an Arlington Avenue apart-
ment home, was brought into
compliance Feb. 19 following
a complaint in November.
The tenant at the time of the
complaint was evicted, trash
was picked up and the home
was renobiated, the case histo-
ry shows.
One property owner, who
asked not to be named, said
sh 'wag unaware of the list,


but that her rental home was
probably listed "because of
problems two or three years
ago."
"That (list) needs to be
revised," the Daytona Beach
resident said. "The whole
property is renovated on the
inside and I'm planning a
renovation on the outside."
Commissioner PamWoods,
who moderated the March 20
meeting, said the city does
not require landlords to
screen tenants. The commis-
sion attempted to enact an
unpopular ordinance years
ago to require screening, she
said.
"There was a real belief that
was an intrusion on people's
individual rights," she said.
Deputy police chief Steve
Beres, who heads up the
police department's code
enforcement division, said
the city can only advocate
screening.
Some screening is as obvi-
ous as "if a guy comes in with
a grocery bag and 15 hookers
behind him," Deputy Chief
Beres said.
"Screen your tenants.
Where was the last place you
had a job? Where'd you live
last?" he said. "They do back-
ground checks on employees,


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Randy Barber/staff photographer
The Uptown neighborhood group has nominated J's Food Store on Ridgewood Avenue as the No. 1 slum property in
their neighborhood. City code enforcement officials say store owners have addressed some problems.


and they need to do back-
ground checks on tenants."'
The city's nuisance abate-
mdnt board cannot put a
home on probation, where it
receives frequent visits, unless
there are three arrests for drug
sales, dealing in stolen prop-
erty, prostitution or gang
activity at the home, said
board/ staff liaison James
Thomas.
Sky Hospitality Group,
owner of J's Food Store on
North Ridgewood Avenue,


cooperated with the city, and
J's Food Store came off of pro-
bation for code and nuisance
violations recently.
The case was closed Jan. 28
after fencing was installed
and trash cleaned up, said
code enforcement board
chairman Jim Bannerman.
It is still listed at No. 1 on
the neighborhood's Top 10 list
because of ongoing prob-
lems, neighbors said.
. If a property is cited .and
does ,not comply with city


ordinances, the owner is
fined daily until changes are
made. The city has seen prop-
'erties' fines go up to $200,000
before a problem is
addressed.
"Our objective is not to
make money for the city. Our
objective is to achieve com-
pliance, get these people to
correct their deficiencies,"
Mr. Bannerman said.
The city can also fine a
property owner for excessive
calls for police and fire servic-


es in a year, Mr. Thomas said.
Mr. Daun said he discov-
ered the "answer is complicat-
ed," when it comes to solving
the neighborhood's problems.
"We've been waiting two to
three years," Mr. Daun said. "I
think something will happen
quickly on most of these
properties because so many
different agencies are looking
into it now."
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Sorrento's Jr. Pizza and
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thon during March through
April 24. All donations will
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Holly Hill, scheduled at 6
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Park in Holly Hill.
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United Way campaign
finale celebrated
United Way's 2007 cam-
paign came to a close March
12 as board members, busi-
ness representatives, volun-
teers and community part-
ners gathered at the Plaza
Resort and Spa to celebrate
those who donated their
time and money to the
organization.
The campaign raised $3.3
million in donations for the
community, money that will
benefit 49 partner agencies.
Recognized with the fol-
lowing campaign awards
during the event were Pub-
lix Supermarkets as top cor-
porate giver and Frontier
Communications as best
new account; "Formula for
Success" awards for Bright-
house Networks, Gambro
and Regions Bank; "All
Hands on Deck" awards for
The Center for Business
Excellence, Coggin Automo-
tive, ITT, Target and Votran;
"Agency Campaign" awards
for Council on Aging, Early
Learning Coalition, Easter
Seals and UCP; and Donna
Williams of Second Harvest
Food Bank as the person
who engaged the most vol-
unteer campaign presenta-
tions.
Planning for the 2008
campaign has begun. Susan
Caplan of Caplan Manage-


ment group is the campaign
chairwoman.
For more information,
visit the Web. site at
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Embry-Riddle,
Tomlinson Aviation
conduct research
flights
Embry-Riddle Aeronauti-
cal University, in conjunc-
tion with Tomlinson Avia-
tion of Ormond Beach and
Systems & Electronics of
Chicago, has completed the
first of a series of Federal
Aviation Administration-
sponsored helicopter
research flights demonstrat-
ing technology intended to
enhance the safety and
commercial viability of heli-
copters in the United States.
Funded with a $620,000
grant from the FAA, the
project is evaluating health
and usage monitoring sys-
tems equipment that uses
onboard sensors to monitor
flight conditions and the
health of helicopter compo-
nents. The prototype HUMS
hardware was developed by
Systems & Electronics.
The research flights were
successfully completed on
Feb. 16 in a Bell 206 Jet
Ranger provided by Tomlin-
son Aviation. The team from
Embry-Riddle's Daytona
Beach campus, composed
of faculty, graduate students
and undergraduate stu-
dents from the College of
Engineering and the College
of Aviation, equipped the
jet-powered helicopter with
a prototype HUMS for mon-
itoring a suite of; sensors
collecting aircraft-state data
in real time. Initial data
reductions indicate that the
tests successfully deter-
mined the health of the heli-
copter's tail rotor in flight.
The team now moves on
to demonstrate the same
technology enhancements
in a smaller reciprocating
helicopter similar to those
used in pilot training.
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Financial
advisors say,
'save;' retailers
say, 'spend'
BY BETHANY CHAMBERS
Staff writer
VOLUSIA COUNTY -
Tax rebate.
Those two words are
enough to put dollar signs
in the eyes of retailers
across the country.
The question is: Will con-
sumers take those dollars
to the store or put them in
the bank as many financial
experts are advising?
This month, millions of
Americans began receiving
letters from the Internal
Revenue Service notifying
them that the U.S. Con-
gress and President George
W. Bush passed an eco-
nomic stimulus package
that would provide one-
time tax rebates to middle-
class Americans.
Individuals making less
than $75,000 a year are eli-
gible for a $600 rebate and
couples making less than
$150,000 are eligible for a
$1,200 rebate.
Those singles making
between $75,000 and
$87,000 a year and couples
making between $150,000
and $174,000 are eligible
for partial rebates, as are
those receiving social secu-
rity and veterans benefits.
Slated to arrive early this


summer, the rebates are
intended to encourage
spending in a sluggish
market.
Andy Pallemaerts, owner
of Fox Firestone Bicycle
Shop and Volusia Motor-
sports in New Smyrna
Beach, said his business
has many customers who
said they are just looking
for now, but plan on buy-
ing later after receiving
their rebate.
As a two-in-one, multi-
line dealer of bicycles,
scooters, motorcycles and
ATVs, Mr. Pallemaerts said
his new 6,500-square-foot
showroom opened just in
time for the influx of busi-
ness.
"People want to use the
money to invest in some-
thing healthy, like a bicy-
cle, or in something that is
going to save them money
on gas, like a scooter," he
said.
The majority of cus-
tomers are looking at $400
bicycles just about what
the rebate will provide or
$2,000 scooters that will
get 65 miles per gallon, he
said.
Edith Wharton, a West
Volusia County resident
shopping at the Volusia
Mall, said she is already
researching which large-
screen HDTV she is going
to buy when she gets her
rebate.
"Of course, (the amount)
I get back (in the rebate), I
am going to spend in gas,
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Macchiarella, aeronautical
science professor, as a pilot;
Rachel Rajnicek, aerospace
engineering graduate
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the advantages of owning a scooter to Edgewater resident
Al Lewis. "Think of how easy it would be to park," Mr.
Lewis said. Mr. Pallemaerts said many regular customers
plan to use their tax rebates from the economic stimulus
act passed by US Congress to buy fuel-efficient scooters.


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Knights study baseball


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BY ANITA BEVINS
Sports writer
With a new coach and a
roster peppered with new
players, the Halifax Academy
baseball team has to cover
the basics and the bases this
season.
"They are trying real hard,"
head coach Russell Dotson
said. "They are a good bunch
of kids who need a lot of prac-


tice."
Six games into the sched-
ule, the Knights have only
seen fair enough weather to
take the field for three of
those games. So even the sea-
soned veterans on the team
don't feel quite up to speed.
"I was No. 1 in the county
for batting average last year,"
junior pitcher and utility
player Tyler Dutton said. "But
this year, I have only played


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Luke Freeman (right) of
the Halifax Academy
baseball team throws the
ball to first base in an
attempt to take out his
teammate, Misty McLaugh-
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Balcony fall kills man
The Spring Break holiday
is already marred by a
couple of dangerous
incidents. A 31-year-old
man from Ocala was killed
when he fell backwards
from a sixth floor balcony at
the La Playa Inn in Daytona
Beach. Police say the man
was sitting on the balcony
ledge early Easter morning
and just as a security guard
moved to warn him off,
John Sise fell, first hitting a
garbage dumpster and then
the pavement. It's unclear as
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man's death. In the late
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area saw dozens of balcony
accidents involving visiting
college students and


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It prompted many hotels to
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spring break holiday, but as
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dropped in later years, the
balconies have been re-
opened during special
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Visitors startled
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Alcohol was indeed a
factor in a spring break
prank in Daytona Beach
Shores and police say this
one could have had dire
consequences. Three 21-
year-old men staying at the
Oceanside Inn on South
Atlantic Avenue detonated a
quarter stick of dynamite on
the hotel's second floor
sundeck, according to
investigators. It was around
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when they were rocked
from their beds by the
explosion. Glass windows
and doors in two rooms off
the sundeck shattered and a
family sleeping in one of the
rooms told WESH 2 they
thought someone was
shooting at them. Terrified,
they all hid in the bathtub
until they learned the truth.
They were not amused.
Shores Police Detective
Brian Brueggemann says
the three suspects had
superficial cuts from the
blast but that no one was
seriously hurt. He says the
men appeared highly
intoxicated when they were
found and arrested at the
hotel. At least one admitted
detonating the dynamite,
though it's still unclear
where they got it since the
three flew into town from
Illinois and Ohio. Hotel
officials estimate the
damage to the rooms at
about $2,000, but say they
won't be able to use the
rooms for a month because
they have to order and
install special hurricane-
proof glass. The three
suspects were booked on
felony charges.

Giant beer missing
Beach Patrol also suspect
spring breakers made off
with a 30-foot inflatable
Moosehead Light bottle that
had been tied dowri in front
of the Ocean Deck on the
beach. Police say it's worth
about $5,000 and the folks
at Moosehead want it back,
so they're offering a year's
supply of Moosehead Light
for the inflatable's return, no
questions asked. Most
suspect it's not likely, since
the bottle is probably
decorating a frat house up
north by now.

OK to swim in
between pranks
On the plus side during
the spring break season, all
swim advisories posted by
the Volusia County Health
Department have been
lifted. They were on again,
off again from the Silver
Beach approach North to
Main Street in recent weeks
because of excessive
bacteria in the water.
Migratory birds leave
droppings that can raise
safe levels, but the problem
typically resolves in a
matter of days or weeks and
it appears the water is once
again good for swimmers;

Dog abused in front
of officer
Daytona Beach Shores
police charged a Kentucky
man visiting the area with
animal cruelty after an
officer saw the man abuse
a dog. 50-year-old Timothy
Steffan was arrested at the
Quality Inn on South
Atlantic Avenue after a
police officer, called to the
Inn on a complaint about
the animal, saw Steffan
kick his 5-year-old chow
mix into a hot tub, then
violently jerk the dog's
leash, choking him.
Witnesses say the day
before they saw Steffan
repeatedly kick the animal.
The dog is OK and is in the
care of the humane
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BY ANITA BEVINS
Sports writer
Before hitting the road to
Lexington, Ky., for its first
Arena Football 2 game, the
Daytona Beach ThunderBirds
had to lighten the load from a
35-man roster to a league-
mandated 22 players Monday.
The players left standing
after the final cuts resembled
a chef's salad a little meat
and a little green.
Jamaal Lewis, a 6-foot 5-
inch, 245-pound wide receiv-
er, is definitely meat. Lewis
played at Division I Arizona
State before practicing with
the NFLs Washington Red-
skins last year.
ThunderBirds' head coach
Herkie Walls has a few other
DI alums on his team this sea-
son, including former Univer-
sity of Central Florida players
Demarcus Johnson and
Steven Moffett, former Uni-
versity of Miami player Adrian
Wilson and the University of
Alabama's Dominic Lee.
"I like Stephen Moffett. He
has never played this game


before, but he had a pretty
good career at UCE He's look-
ing pretty good," coach Walls
said. "I also have a couple of
receivers that you better be
listening to one of them is
Chris Coach and the other is
Lamont Finnie, who played in
an indoor league last year.
He's an exciting young player.
We also have a kid from the
University of Alabama named
Dominic Lee (defensive line-
man), whom I am hoping will
stay away from my quarter-
back (in a scrimmage)."
Moffett, a quarterback, was
assigned to the ThunderBirds
in February. He had plenty of
success at UCF, ranking fifth
in career completions and
sixth in passing and touch-
down passes for the Knights,
but has no indoor football
experience.
"The main thing you notice
about this (type of football) is
the speed of the game," Mof-
fett said. "Everything is so
much quicker and you have to
be quicker on both offense
and defense. It has taken a lit-
tie getting adjusted to, but I


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think I have made the adjust-
ments well."
Scott Jefferies, another
probable quarterback on the
roster, has held non-active
status on two indoor football
teams since playing for Victor
Valley Community College
(California) in 2003.
"I'm looking forward to the
start of the season," Jeffries
said. "Arena is a lot faster and
hard hitting. The receivers
are faster and the linemen get
off the ball faster. It's all about
reading quickly. When you hit
somebody against that wall,
that is the best time to shine."
Among the green players
on the ThunderBirds, Louis
Speedy Brown of Bethune-
Cookman University is a
standout track and field ath-
lete for the Wildcats. But he
hasn't played organized foot-
ball since high school.
"Some guys I work with
told me to come and try out,
and I made the team," Brown
said. "It's pretty amazing. I
haven't played in five years
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This is not the city's first
complaint- regarding the
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ums. Ron Bynum, a beach-
side resident and landlord
and stakeholder of the Lol-
lipops Gentlemen's Club,
filed a criminal complaint
last month against the city
for what he said were
fraudulent practices in the
project planning.
It is currently being
reviewed by the office of
Gov. Charlie Crist.
Mr. Dowd said he is not
associated with Mr. Bynum
or Lollipops.
He first heard about the


condo project at the Aug. 1,
2007 city commission meet-
ing. He began making public
records requests in Decem-
ber.
Mr. Dowd said he wrote
the civil complaint and paid
for the paperwork himself,
using money he gained from
selling his Altamonte
Springs home.
Previously a civil rights
attorney, Mr. Dowd said he
was disbarred in 2004 for
fraud following a case in
which he sued the Florida
Department of Children and
Families.
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Thunder
From page Al 1
and I'm back on the grid-
iron. It's a lot of fun here."
The ThunderBirds kick-
off their season against
another af2 newcomer,
the Lexington Horsemen,
Saturday at 3 p.m. in Ken-
tucky.
"We're looking forward
to Lexington for our first
away game," coach Walls
said. 'The main thing is
the product on the field.
Putting a winning product
on the field is what is
going to draw attention to
us."
The ThunderBirds play
their first home game
Sunday, April 6 at the
Ocean Center against
Wilkes-Barre/Scranton.
bevins@hometownnew-
sol.com


Antiques
From page A3


they don't have room for a
bureau," she said. "These lit-
tle postcards and small col-
lectables are perfect for any
size home."
Other big draws include
Evan's Antiques of DeLand,
selling high-end crystal,
linens and furniture, and
various dealers selling
design and estate jewelry
and antique dolls.
Magnolia House of Holly
Hill and Seashore Antiques
of Port Orange will both be
back this year with their
range of unique items.
Making this truly an East
Central Florida event, this
year's festival will have deal-
ers from all over Volusia and
Flagler counties and as far
west as Oviedo, Ms. Towle


said.
Vendors pay $150 to $225
to participate so that those
who come to buy or just
window shop can have free
admittance and parking.
The city of Holly Hill com-
munity redevelopment
agency sponsors the event
in order to increase aware-
ness about the small city
that is sometimes over-
looked by the larger cities
around it, Ms. Towle said.
Antiques are an especially
good way to connect the
cities of east Volusia County,
Ms. Towle said.
"Antiques have a wide
range of appeal for quite a
lot of people. Many of us can
say, 'I remember growing up
with that,'" she said.


Shirley Stover of Ormond
Beach will be attending the
event with her friends
Naomi DeWitt and Rita
Gustafson to sell pieces
from their personal "eclec-
tic" antiques collections.
Ms. Stover said she agrees
with Ms. Towle that many of
the 500 or so people who are
expected to attend the event
will be looking for items that
remind them of the part of
the country they come from,
like New England.
"A lot of these things were
made in America," she said,
"and they're not made here
anymore."
This year's event won't just
be about the buy and sell,
either.
Across the street at Sica


Hall, an outdoor picnic area
will have food vendors and
antiques appraisers who, a la
Antiques Roadshow, will
share the secret histories -
and possibly, shocking values
- of family heirlooms and
new-buys alike.
If anything, people should
come just for the trip down
memory lane, Ms. Stover
said.
"It's not like a museum,
where you find the date and
time and place of events," she
said. '"Antiques are stories of
everyday lives, the toys you
played with as a child and the
dishes- your grandmother
served lunch on."

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Americans.
Many local retailers are
hoping for spending on big
ticket items, said Michael
Tait, assistant store manag-
er of John's Appliance City
in Daytona Beach.
"For the last few weeks
with the Daytona 500, Bike
Week and now Spring
Break, we've been really
slow. People are scared to
come out," he said. "That
could all change in a.
month or two."
His store is advertising
front-loading washers and
dryers, which handle larger
loads while using less
water and energy, saving
money in the long run, he
said.


The tax rebate won't help
everyone, though. Bob
Bosco of Port Orange said
he and his wife didn't qual-
ify because their gross
income exceeded the
requirements.
Furthermore, the rebates
are simply a "drop in the
pond" to what many Amer-
icans need, he said.
Illegal immigrants and
those making less than
$3,000 a year won't receive
any benefits.
"I think it's a Band-Aid to
a problem that is way big-
ger than a couple hundred
dollars can fix," he said.
Still, this could be a kick-
start to paying down credit
card debt and bolstering


retirement savings, said
certified financial planner
Erin Masters of Greg Wynn
Financial Services in
Ormond Beach.
Money manager Bill
Zirkelbach of Sunshine
State Community Bank in
Holly Hill agrees this is a
"great opportunity to
reduce obligations."
"People who are overex-
tended can catch up on
mortgage and car pay-
ments," he said. "These
may be different things
than the government
wants people to spend on."
George White of Port
Orange agrees. He'll be
saving some of his money
while using some for frills,


such as an HDTV converter
box.
"Maybe I'll go some-
where on vacation, too, or
take somebody out to din-
ner," he said.
Most importantly, people
have to learn to carry on
with life even in an uncer-
tain economy, Mr. Palle-
maerts said. Having lived
through recessions in Eng-
land, he said, he has seen
"people just get used to it."
"You still go out to dinner
with your friends," he said.
"You're not sitting around
worrying where the next
dollar is coming from."

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Baseball
From page AIO
at the plate, he is also the lead
man on the mound. This
season, he is looking forward
to having some relief from
the team's other pitchers.
"We've picked up another
pitcher or two, so it is getting
easier. Stephon (Denpett) is
a good-relief pitcher an~d Luke
Freeman is another relief
pitcher," Dutton said.
Freeman, a sophomore,
has been on the team since
he was a seventh-grader.
"It has been a rough start to
the season," Freeman said.
"But we are starting to play
more as a team. We have a lot
of new people and a lot of it
is, they get in the game and
get nervous."
As the only senior on the
roster, Hosea Williams pro-
vides leadership for the new
players. He moved from third
base to catcher this season, a
position with more influence
on the game.
"I picked catcher so I could
be in control of the game,"
Williams said. "This is what I
wanted to do. I asked the
coach last year if I could
catch some."
The Knights play oh the
road Friday evening at Gene-
va. Tuesday, they return to
their home field at Bethune
Point to host Riverbend
Academy.
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Friday, March 28, 2008


Randy Barber/staff photographer
From left to right: Yiota Kiriakes, Rose Mazzullo, Nancy Grande, Tricia Zipay, Denise
Pinar, Robin Neill-Kitaif, Lisa Hoeffner and Anne Gonsalves talk in the lobby before yoga
class at Hot House Yoga in Ormond Beach.


Exercise offers social benefits, too

Regular exercise, relaxation can improve personal life


BY STEPHANIE DIXON
Staff writer
Karen Underwood of Ormond Beach likes
to start her day off with a great sweat.
Every day, she goes to Hot House Yoga on
Hand Avenue in Ormond Beach and chal-
lenges her body for 90 minutes in, a 104-
degree studio.
"First of all, yoga is one of the most focused
yet diverse forms of exercise; it is strenuous,
yet graceful, exhausting and exhilarating,"
she said. "What I love about the class is there
are men and women over 70 years old to the
teens. I laid my mat next to my good frierid
who is 70, who can do the splits. There are
people in there with artificial hips and
knees."
The 45-year-old mother discovered Hot
House Yoga two years ago. Prior to that, she
had exercised for 30 years in gyms. At Hot
House, she also found a camaraderie that she
hadn't experienced before in an exercise
class.
"There is something about sweating that
makes you get to know people more," Ms.
Underwood said. "Just the fact that we all
share dealing with the heat, we share some
sort of camaraderie based on the challenge
alone of the heat factor. I think we become


encouraging toward one another." It
. To encourage the close-knit class, Hot
House owners David Kwiatkouski, and his
daughter, Shelly Kwiatkouski, host a social
hour once a month that includes an hour of
light yoga (at normal temperatures), followed
by a wine and hors d'oeuvres happy hour.
Even though more women than men
attend classes, the happy hours are social
outlets.
"There is no question that exercise helps
me in all aspects of my life, and many studies
show that you produce endorphins," Ms.
Underwood said. "What I found at Hot
House is everyone in the classroom has
diverse backgrounds, but we become a com-
munity instead of a class. We all yak too much
before class, but we have the understanding
it should be a quiet atmosphere."
Practicing yoga in the morning gives Ms.
Underwood the energy to get through her
busy days.
"Socially, you feel better. When you work,
you have more energy," Mrs. Underwood
said. "I like to go in the mornings. I can con-
quer and accomplish more having faced the
challenges of a 90-minute yoga class."
To learn more aboutHotHouse Yoga's classes,
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Body treatments good
for body and mind

BY JEANNE WILLARD
Staff writer
VOLUSIA COUNTY- Imagine lying on
a cushioned table in a dimmed room as
hundreds of water jets pulse against
your body like a warm waterfall, relax-
ing your body and quieting your mind.
Called a Vichy shower, this treatment,
combined with a body scrub such as
Body Coffee polish, is one of many
soothing options offered at Pure Skin
and Body Care in Ormond Beach and
other area spas.
"As you relax, you're rejuvenated and
you are very energized afterward," said
spa owner Katia Guzhva.
. People's lives are so hectic that it's
important they take time to relax and to
look their best, she said.
If spa industry revenue figures are any
indication, many people are doing just
that. Nationwide, spa revenues totaled
$9.4 billion in 2006, said Allison Tamme,
spokesperson for the International Spa
Association (ISPA).
While the rate of growth in new spas
has leveled out recently, the trend is still
upward, she said.
People need a place to decompress
and relax, especially in this "high-tech"
world, she said. "It's something that
everyone should include as part of a
wellness plan."
A native of Russia, Ms. Guzhva brings
a wealth of skin care experience to the
business she established last November.
The Ormond Beach resident is pas-
sionate about proper skin care and sells
specialized products that can make a
difference in the skin's appearance, she
said.
"Wrinkles can be dramatically


reduced," she said, but added that it's
paramount to use a quality sunscreen,
especially in Florida, she said.
Other treatments available at Pure
Skin include massages, facials, perma-
nent cosmetics and mircrodermabra-
sion.
ISPA research shows that the next
generation of spa-goers are teens, and
in small but increasingly noticeable
numbers children, Ms. Tamme said.
Ms. Guzhva said her teen customers
are concerned about acne.
"We have great chemical peels for
that," she said.
Specialized men's spas that feature
sports themes are also popping up, Ms.
Tamme said.
"They are not as girlie," she said,
creating a comfortable environment for
men.
A masculine d6cor was what Judith
Sayer had in mind when she designed
the recently opened Lions Den day spa
for men in Ormond Beach.
Featuring recliners and a 42-inch flat
screen LCD plasma TV, the walls of the
spa are decorated with a sword and
knife collection.
"It's very masculine," she said.
Men's services include haircuts, hair
color, facials, waxing, massages and dry
hydro massage in which enclosed water
jets are used for massage, allowing the
client to remain dry.
After noticing how some men seemed
uncomfortable invading traditional
female-oriented salons, the Ormond
Beach resident said she saw an unfilled
market need.
"I thought maybe they would be
happier if they had a place just for
men," Ms. Sayer said.
Ida Haverly, owner of Reflections
Family Salon & Mini Spa, employs skin
care aesthetician Kathy Fokzanskyj to
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price of fame. Shows will be
at 8 p.m. March 28-29 and at
2 p.m. March 30. Tickets cost
$16 for adults, $15 for seniors
55 and older and $10 for
youth 18 and younger. Visa
and Master Card accepted.
The playhouse is located at
100 Jessamine Blvd., Daytona
Beach. For reservations, call
(386) 255-2431.
*Sock Hop at the Hatch:
Down the Hatch Seafood
Company and Restaurant in
Ponce Inlet will host this deck
party at 5 p.m. Highlights of
the party will include dance
contests, hula hoop contests,
1950s-'60s dress contest and
music from the '50s and 60s.
Reserved lighted parking will
be available for classic, spe-
cialty or hot rod automobiles.
For more information, call
(386) 761-4831.
*'The Spirit of Elvis': R.
Martorano Productions will
present Peter Alden in this
performance at 7 p.m. at the
Brannon Center, 105 S. River-
side Drive, New Smyrna
Beach. "Elvis" will be accom-
panied by the Crown Electric
Company Band. Soft drinks,
snacks,, beer and wine will be
available. Tickets cost $35 in
advance or $45 at the door.
Master Card and Visa will be
accepted. For tickets, call
(386) 424-2186; for more
information, call (386) 428
1228.
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BY STEPHANIE DIXON
Entertainment Writer
It's not too often that a
classical musician crosses
over to popular culture.
Such a feat has been
accomplished by Itzhak
Perlman, who is consid-
ered among aficionados as
the greatest violinist alive.
"We are talking about a
legend here," said Eric Lar-
iviere, Daytona Beach
International Festival pres-
ident. "He is today's best
violinist."
Among those less famil-
iar with classical music, Mr.
Perlman may be best
known for his haunting
violin performance in
"Schindler's List," the
Steven Spielberg film about
the Holocaust.
"He touched people with
'Schindler's List.' That's
why an artist like Perlman
is so important," said Mr.
Lariviere. "He has the
respect of the serious
music world and works
with any orchestra he
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ple because of his work
with 'Schindler's List.'
That's makes an artist very
special that he can do that."
Mr. Perlman will perform
at the Peabody Auditorium
at 7:30 p.m., Thursday,
April 3. He will be joined by
pianist Rohan De Silva, and
together, they will treat
concertgoers with an inti-
mate recital.
"Orchestras last 20 to 30
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the Ed Sullivan Show in
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John Williams.
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Widely considered the greatest violinist alive, Itzhak
Perlman will perform at 7:30 p.m., Thursday, April 3 at
the Peabody Auditorium in Daytona Beach. Mr. Perl-
man will be joined by pianist Rohan De Silva. For tick-
ets, call (386) 257-7790 or visit the Web site at
www.dbiftcom.


tona Beach," said Mr. Lariv-
iere. "We are always proud
to accomplish that and
provide that to the audi-
ence."
Daytona Beach Interna-
tional Festival officials
hope for as much support
as possible from area resi-
dents. Ticket prices are rea-
sonable considering Mr.
Perlman's status, said Mr.
Lariviere.
"I think Perlman has
touched many people for
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for a better life is the motivating force
behind your actions.

Cancer-June 22-July 22
Your strong dedication continues to
bring positive results. Your time is so
valuable. Your loyalty to family and
friends is legend. You have a pioneer-
ing spirit. You have the courage to try
new ideas like few others. Your vision
is strong. Your values are set.

Leo-July 23- Aug. 22
You have taken command of your
own life and dreams. Continue to
move your best ideas forward and up
to a more productive life. Your inner
voice speaks clearly to you. Your
highest dreams are ready to be real-
ized.

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reached a broader audi-
ence with more popular
music and popular projects
for movies," he said. "He
expanded his reach and
became more popular
when he crossed over. His
music is serious but very
accessible. The music is
beautiful, of course."
Tickets cost $42, $52, $65
or $75.
To order tickets, call the
box office at (386) 257-7790
or visit the Web site at
www.dbif.com.


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When you feel good, your mind
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What a wonderful example you set.

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*The Bank & Blues Club: Daytona Blues
Society "True Blues" Live Jam open jam ses-
sion is held from 8 p.m.-1 a.m. each Wednes-
day at 701 Main St., Daytona Beach. This non-
profit group is dedicated to preserving and
spreading the love of blues music. For more
information and a full events schedule, visit
the Web site at
www.DaytonaBluesSociety.org.
*Five O'Clock Charley: This band performs
from 5:30-8:30 p.m. each Thursday at
Woody's Bar-B-Q 121 E. Granada Blvd.,
Ormond Beach, and from 9 p.m.-1 a.m., Sat-
urday, March 29 at The Iron Horse Saloon,
1068 North U.S. 1, Ormond Beach. The band
performs from 4-6 p.m., Monday, March 31 at
the Grand Seas Resort pool deack, 2424 N.
Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach, and from 7-10
p.m., Wednesday, April 2, at the Moose Lodge
on Granada in Ormond Beach. Five O'Clock
Charley will perform rock 'n' roll, blues and
country hits from 7-10 p.m., Saturday, March
28 at Julian's Landmark, 88 S. Atlantic Ave.,
Ormond Beach, and from 1-5 p.m., Friday,
April 4, at Inlet Harbor, 133 Inlet Harbor Road,


Ponce Inlet. For more information, visit the
Web site at FiveOClockCharley.com.
*Frappes North: Wine tasting are held
each Tuesday. "Fabulous Finger Foods" will
be provided to compliment all vintages. The
cost is $15 per person. Live Music Friday
Nights are held from 7:30 -11:30 p.m. The
restaurant is located at 123 W. Granada Blvd.
in Ormond Beach. For more information, visit
the Web site at www.frappesnorth.com.
*HotSpot Coffee Shoppe: A music and
open mic event with hosts Bob Wind and
Charlie Poplees is held from noon to 3 p.m.
each Tuesday. Slow Circle Jam is held from 7-
9 p.m. each Wednesday with Bob Wind. Par-
ticipants will learn how jam; all instruments
are welcome. Singer/guitarists Wes Malone
and Bob Wind host a music and open mike
event from 7-11 p.m. each Thursday and Fri-
day. There is no cover charge for any event.
For more information, call (386) 236-0518 or
visit the Web site at www.hotspotcof-
feeshoppe.com.
*Inlet Harbor Restaurant: Then2Now will
hit the stage at 6 p.m. on Friday. Kenny &


Suzanne will perform from 1-5 p.m. on Satur-
day, followed by Then2Now. Inlet Harbor is
located at 133 Inlet Harbor Road, Ponce Inlet.
For more information, call (386) 767-5590.
*Norwood's Restaurant and Wine Shop:
Free wine tasting are held from 5-7 p.m.
each Friday on the deck and Saturday in the
shop with complimentary cheeses. Receive a
20 percent discount on sampled wines the
day of tasting. Norwood's is located at 400
Second Ave., New Smyrna Beach. For more
information, call (386) 428-4621.
*OM Bar & Chill Lounge: Free wine tast-
ings are held from 4-8 p.m. each Sunday at
392 Flagler Ave., New Smyrna Beach. Tasters
will have a selection of up to 10 different
wines. Acoustic performances are provided
by Rhonda Patrick. Free salsa lessons are
given at 8 p.m. each Thursday, with open
salsa dancing held from 9 p.m.-1 a.m. For
more information, call (386) 423-2727 or
visit the Web site at www.theombar.com.
*Peanut's Restaurant & Sports Bar: Open
Jam Night with Randy Williams is held at 8
p.m. each Sunday. All musicians and singers


may attend. Comedy Auction is held at 7 p.m.
each Tuesday. Mark River performs at 8 p.m.
each Wednesday. The Pirates perform at 8
p.m. each Thursday. Peanut's is located at
421 Flagler Ave., New Smyrna Beach. For
more information, call (386) 423-1469.
*Pub 44 Riverfront: Riverdan Band will
perform from 9 p.m.-l a.m., March 28-29 at
115 Main St., Daytona Beach. For more infor-
mation, visit the Web site at www.Riverdan-
Band.com.
*Vin'Yard Inc. Wine Tastings: This specialty
food and wine market offers monthly wine
tasting at 1395 W. Granada Blvd., Ormond
Beach. Hours are from 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Mon-
day-Friday, and from 10-4 p.m., Saturday. For
more information, call (386) 672-5223.
*Volcano's Coffee Bar: Musicians from the
Daytona Blues Society will play acoustic and
electric blues from 7-9 p.m., Friday, March 28.
Singer/acoustic musician Nancy Keck will sing
songs from the 1960s, 70s and 80s from 7-9
p.m., Saturday, March 29. Volcano's is located
at 1930 W. Granada Blvd., Ormond Beach. For
more information, call (386) 236-1234.


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* Amaris Salon &
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* Edible Arrangements
* Tradewinds Grille
* Ooh-La-La
* Noah's Market
* Daytona Dogs
* Hot Spot Coffee Shop
* Live Oaks Inn
* Mariachi Restaurant
* Mr. Dunderbak's
* Speedpark Motor
Sports
* Tailgaters
* Wicks'n' Sticks
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* Chi-Lings
* Fishermens Chocolates
* Graziano's Pizza
* Inlet Harbor
* Down the Hatch
* Chases at the Beach
* Heavenly Smoothies
* Pepino's
* Tacos Andale
* Domino's Pizza
* Flip Flops
* Malony's
* Manny's Pizza
* Filippo's Pizza
* Pat's Riverfront Cafe
* Texas Hold 'Em


* Toby's Pizza & Subs
* Volusia
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* Riveria Country Club
* Romesco's
* Long Dogger's
* Kimberly's Paradise
* Java Junction
* Quizno's
* Ron's Ice Cream
* Gourmet Kitchen
* La Bella Vita
* Night Swan Bed &
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Photographer to talk
at Library Center
Local photographer
Harding Ballough will dis-
cuss and illustrate his
approach to fine arts pho-
tography at 2 p.m., Sunday,
March 30, at the Volusia
County Library Center City
Island in Daytona Beach at
105 E. Magnolia Ave.
Mr. Ballough has pro-
duced a range of photogra-


phy, much of which has
been published, displayed
in galleries and sold pri-
vately. Twelve of his photo-
graphs are on display in the
library.
His presentation is spon-
sored by the Friends of the
Volusia County Library
Center and is free to the
public.
For more information, call
(386) 257-6036 or visit the
Web site at
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The Museum of Arts & Sci-
ences will present "Memo-
ries of World War II: Pho-
tographs from the Archives
of the Associated Press,"
April 4 through Aug. 17.
As the main source of war
news for most of the nation's
newspapers, the AP offered
Americans a daily view of the
conflict through photo-
graphs by its own photogra-
phers and by photographers
in the U.S. Armed Services,
as well as images from the
world press that otherwise
would not have been seen.
The best of these images
make up this exhibition.
The more than-130 black
and white photographs cho-
sen for the exhibition were
culled from tens of thou-
sands of pictures in the AP
archives, including material
that had not been seen since
the war.
The Museum of Arts & Sci-
ences is located at 352 S.
Nova Road, Daytona Beach.
For more information, call
(386) 255-0285 or visit the
Web site at www.moas.org.


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SATURDAY, MARCH 29
*Exhibition 'Works by Mas-
ter Artist-in-Residence Rob
Pruitt' opens: This exhibition
by contemporary artist Rob
Pruitt, who is master artist-in-
residence at Atlantic Center
May 19-June 8, will be on dis-
play through June 7 at Pabst
Visitor Center & Gallery,
Atlantic Center for the Arts,
1414 Art Center Ave., New
Smyrna Beach. The event is
free to the public. Gallery
hours are from 10 a.m.-4 p.m.,
Monday through Saturday. For
more information, call (386)
427-6975 or visit the Web site
at www.atlanticcenterfort-
hearts.org.
*Plant Sale: The Men's Gar-
den Club of New Smyrna
Beach/Edgewater will hold its
25th annual plant sale from 8
a.m. to noon across from the
Farmers Market on Canal
Street. The sale will feature
Dave's daylilies and other vari-
eties. Members grew the
plants and are selling them at
sub-retail prices. Prizes also
will be available.
*Chowder Cook-off: Ameri-
can Legion Post 120 will host
this third annual cook-off from
noon to 4 p.m. at 461 Walker
St., Holly Hill. Prizes will be
awarded to the winners. A
bake sale, entertainment and
drawings also will be avail-
able. For more information,
call (386) 258-5275.
*Second Annual Florida
Wildflower Festival: This
event will be held from 8:30
a.m.-4:30 p.m. at the Volusia
County Agricultural Center at
the Fairgrounds on State Road
44. Participants will pick up
tips on planting and landscap-
ing with wildflowers and how
to grow strawberries without
soil, plant a vegetable garden
and make honey. Presenta-
tions will be held from 8:30
a.m. to noon. In the afternoon,
participants may visit a wild-
flower and butterfly demon-
stration house and sit in on
workshops. Joe Waller and the
Jackson Creek String Band will
perform from noon to 2 p.m.
Vendors will sell wildflower
seeds, flowers, plants, books,
art, honey and food and bev-
erages throughout the day.
Admission and parking will be
free. For more information,
call (386) 257-6012 or (386)
423-3368.
*Celebration of Herbs: The
Seaside Herb society will host
this 13th annual event from
10 a.m.-3 p.m. at the River-
bridge Meeting House on the
corner of Granada (SR40) and
North Beach Street in Ormond
Beach. Several herbs and
native plants will be for sale.
Vendors from the area will sell
handmade arts and crafts.
Baked goods and herb cook-
books also will be available. A
lunch using different herbs
will be available for purchase.
Ticket sales for the lunch will
begin at 11:30 a.m. Various
guest speakers and demon-
strations will be held through-
out the day. Also, Herb Society
members will be available for
information on growing herbs
in Florida and the many uses
of herbs. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 405-5269.

SUNDAY, MARCH 30
*Sal Ronci Jazz Band con-
cert: The "Swing Into Spring
Concert" will be held at 3 p.m.
on the north lawn at The
Casements, 25 Riverside
Drive, Ormond Beach. Band
members are Lee Quick on
piano, Jack Hichborn on bass,
Jay Messick on drums, Ray
Guiser on sax and clarinet, Phil
Sinaikin on trombone and Sal
Ronci on trumpet and flugel-
horn. The band will perform
classic Jazz styles including,
Dixieland, Big Band, swing,
be-bop, 1950s progressive,
Latin jazz, rhythm and blues
and jazz rock. Concertgoers
may bring a lawn chair or
blanket. Admission is free.
*Concerts in the Park: The
city of Port Orange will pres-
ent Steam the Band perform-
ing classic rock from 6-7:30
p.m. at Kenneth W. Parker
Amphitheater at City Center in
Port Orange. The concert is
free to the public. For more
information, call (386) 506-
5963 or visit the Web site at


www.port-orange.org/parks.
*Taste of Daytona: A selec-
tion of food samples from
area restaurants will be avail-
able at this event from 1-4


p.m. at Tuscany Hall at Our
Lady of Lourdes, 201 Universi-
ty Blvd., Daytona Beach. Also,
the Best of the Taste of Day-
tona Contest will be held. Tick-
ets cost $20 and will benefit
Our Lady of Lourdes School.
To order tickets, call (386)
238-3631.
*1950s Root Beer Float
Special: This event, along with
games from the '50s, will be
held from 2-5 p.m. at Frozen
Gold at Destination Daytona
as part of National Boys & Girls
Club Week. Half of the pro-
ceeds will benefit the club.
The public may attend. For
more information, call (386)
252-1565.
*Photography presenta-
tion: Local photographer
Harding Ballough will discuss
and illustrate his approach to
fine arts photography at 2
p.m. at the Volusia County
Library Center City Island in
Daytona Beach at 105 E. Mag-
nolia Ave. Twelve of his photo-
graphs are on display in the
library. For more information,
call (386) 257-6036 or visit
the Web site at
www.volusia.org/library.
*Trolley Tours: The Ormond
Beach Historical Trust will host
this two-hour at 1:15 p.m. Par-
ticipants will be introduced to
more than 30 historical build-
ings 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 seniors and $5
for children ages 5-12. Tours
begin at the Casements park-
ing lot, 25 Riverside Drive,
Ormond Beach. Seating is lim-
ited. Reservations are
required; call (386) 677-7005.

MONDAY, MARCH 31
*Afternoon at the Movies:
Popular movies will be shown
at 2 p.m. in the Port Orange
Regional Library Auditorium,
1005 City Center Circle. For
more information, call (386)
322-5152, Ext. 2. For movie
title and rating, visit the Web
site at www.vcpl.lib.fl.us.

TUESDAY, APRIL I
*'Breakfast at Tiffany's'
Fashion Show: This fourth
annual show presented by the
CorMeth Boutique, a thrift
store operated by Coronado
Community United Methodist
Church, will be held at 6 p.m.
at the Brannon Center on
Riverside Drive in New Smyrna
Beach. Entertainment, a sit-
down dinner and a fashion
show, featuring clothes from
the boutique, will be featured.
Tickets may be purchased at
the CorMeth Boutique on the
corner of Flagler and Peninsu-
la avenues for $12.

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2
*Easter Seals Community
Fair: In recognition of World
Autism Awareness Day, Easter
Seals of Volusia/Flagler will
hold a community resource
fair from 5-7 p.m. at 1219
Dunn Ave., Daytona Beach.
The fair will show what the
local community has to offer
for individuals diagnosed with
autism spectrum disorders.
Several local agencies will be
on hand to provide informa-
tion for children and adults liv-


ing with autism. The event is
free to the public. For more
information, call (877) 255-
4568 or TTY (386) 257-3600.

ONGOING EVENTS
*A Taste of Wines: Port
Royal Caribbean Restaurant
will host this event at 6:30
p.m. the second Wednesday
of each month inside Pirates
Cove Resort, 3501 S. Atlantic
Ave., Daytona Beach Shores.
During this semi-formal gath-
ering, four-course meals will
be served with wines that
complement each course. A
wine expert will teach facts
about each wine. Reservations
are required, and guests must
be 21 years old. The cost is
$30 per person. Proceeds will
benefit the Children's Home
Society. To make reservations,
call (386) 788-3922.
*Bingo: Members meet to
play bingo at 7 p.m. each Fri-
day at the Daytona Beach Elks
Club, 700 S. Ridgewood Ave.
Food will be served. For more
information, call (386) 252-
335Z Port Orange Elks Lodge
2723 plays bingo at 6:30 p.m.
each Monday and at 11:30
a.m. each Friday. Early birds,
pull tabs and a menu are
available. Smoking is prohibit-
ed. For more information, call
(386) 767-8572. Bingo is
played at noon at the Port
Orange Veterans of Foreign
Wars Post 3282, 5810


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Williamson Blvd. This is a no
smoking event, and doors will
be open at 10 p.m. The public
may attend this weekly event.
For more information, call
(386) 761-7217 American
Legion Post 270 plays bingo at
6:30 p.m. each Thursday at
119 Howes St., Port Orange.
Food is served. For more infor-
mation, call (386) 788-6800.
*Breakfast to Order: The
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post
4250 Ladies Auxiliary will
serve breakfast from 8-11 a.m.
each Sunday at 2350 Sunset
Drive, New Smyrna Beach. The
breakfast is $4 per plate. For
more information, call (386)
423-1789.
*Dance on Thursday
Nights: Everything from ball-
room dance to doing the
YMCA will be on tap for danc-
ing at 6:30 p.m. each Thursday
at the Brannon Center, 105 S.
Riverside Drive in New Smyrna
Beach. Gary Colombo is the
go-to guy in the music depart-
ment and Gretchen is the
hostess. Refreshments will be
served and door prizes award-
ed. Tickets cost $5 at the door.
For more information, call
(386) 424-2280.
*Daytona Metropolitan
Bridge Club: Duplicate Bridge
is played Monday through Sat-
urday at 600 Driftwood Ave.,
Daytona Beach. For the sched-
ule, call (386) 255-7744 or
visit the Web site at www.Day-
tonaBridge.org.


*Democracy Now: Internet
news with Amy Goodman will
be presented at 10:30 a.m.
each Thursday at Unitarian
Universalist Society, 56 N. Hal-
ifax, Ormond Beach. News
and analysis will be covered.
Coffee and donuts will be
served. The public may attend.
*Halifax Historical Muse-
um: "Star Maker The Story of
the Daytona 500" is the fea-
tured exhibit at the museum
at 252 S. Beach St., Daytona
Beach. The exhibit will be on
display through July 5. The
hours are from 10 a.m.-4 p.m.,
Tuesday-Saturday. Admission
is $4 for adults and $1 for chil-
dren 12 and younger, and
admission is by donation on
Thursday. Children will be
admitted free on Saturday. For
more information, call (386)
255-6976 or visit the Web site
at www.halifaxhistorical.org.
*Southeast Museum of
Photography: "Zona Carl De
Keyzer" will be on display
through May 23. Mr. De Keyzer
traveled to Siberia in 2002
and photographed 35 camps,
revealing a harsh way of life
isolated from the rest of the
world. The exhibition is pre-
sented on the Daytona Beach
campus of DBCC at 1200
International Speedway Blvd.,
in the Hosseini Center (Build-
ing 1200). Admission is free.
Visitor parking is available. For
more information, visit the
Web site at


www.smponline.org or call
(386) 506-4475.
*Spring Dances: Dances
are held from 2-4 p.m. each
Friday at the City Island
Recreation Center, 110 E.
Orange Ave., Daytona Beach.
Music will be provided by
"Talk of the Town." The cost is
$3, which includes dancing
and refreshments. Singles are
welcome. Free lessons will
be given from 1-2 p.m. This
event will be held through
April 25. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 676-2150.
*Tacos and Tunes: Ameri-
can Legion Post 270 will host
this event from 5-7 p.m. each
Monday. Chicken wings are
served from 5-7 p.m. each
Wednesday. For more infor-
mation, call (386) 788-6800.
*Vagabonds Performance:
Residents may dance to the
music of The Vagabonds
from 6-8:30 p.m. each Sun-
day at the Moose Lodge on
Granada Boulevard in
Ormond Beach. The event is
open to members and their
guests. The cost is $4 at the
door.
To include an event on the
Hometown News Calendar,
send an e-mail to vol-
news@hometownnewsol.co
m or fax information to (386)
322-5901. For more informa-
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Dreams to be discussed

Discussion on dreams, soul travel and
reincarnation will be held at 6 p.m., Tues-
day, April 1, at City Island Library.
The event is free.
For more information, call (386) 615-4545.

Club meeting scheduled

The Volusia/Flagler Sierra Club will meet
at 7 p.m., Wednesday, April 2 at the Holly
Hill Club House on DaytonaAvenue in Holly
Hill.
The speaker will be Barbara Herrin, who
will update on the status and future of the
Florida Hometown Democracy petition.
For more information, call (386) 295-9734.

Club to meet April 2

The New Horizons Club of the Halifax Area
will meet at 10:30 a.m., Wednesday, April 2, at
the Palmetto Club, 1000 S. Beach St., Daytona
Beach.


The speaker will be Bonnie Tremblay from
the Museum of Arts & Sciences.
A luncheon and card games will be held.
Upcoming events will include a luau April
27 at Indigo Lakes Country Club. Reservations
are required; call (386) 671-0019.
For more information, call (386) 617- 7547.

Audubon to host field trip

Halifax River Audubon will host a field trip
Friday, April 4 to Tiger Bay State Forest.
Participants will meet at 7:30 a.m. at Speed-
way Mall on International Speedway Boule-
vard.
Walkers should bring a bagged lunch and
drink. There will be easy to no walking at this
free event.
For more information, call Ray Scory at (386)
763-4260.

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medium size $50
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full size, headboard, foot-
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BED, Queen- $175, Night
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BED, TWIN- Complete,
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Size, with mattress &
heater, w/4 drawers built
in, $175, 386-214-8485
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BOAT SEAT- or sleep,
up or down, like new,
cost $300 new,- First
$1001 386-427-8300
BODY TRAINER- Weslo
Fit, Elliptical, used a few
times, $150' firm,
386-478-0142 Vol
BOW- Darton Compound
LH all access incl carrying
case excel cond- $175.00
OBO 386-252 6639'
BRASS BED- .queen,
headboard, footbtoard &
frame. Very nice S175obo
386-316-5899/ 761-2290
BREAD MAKER west
bend used 2x $25. 1 light
pendant exc cofd $10.
386-756-9786 S Vol
BUTCHER 3LOCK-
table, 24"x24"x32" tall
w/4" top $199 (new $600)
386-423-0954 Lv Msg
CAMERA BAGS Tenba,
for camera equp. dark
orange fabric, g, $25,
med, $20, 386-763-1771
CARGO CARRER- &
bike carrier, adapts to 2"
hitch receive,. $85
386-756-5769
CARPET- 65 sqyds, with
81b pad, Sil\er grey
plush, $2.50 per yd,
386-756-8338 Vd
CHAIR, LIFT- Gbod Con-
dition, Blue -orduroy,
$180, 386-767-5t63 Vol
CHAIR, LIFT- Lazyboy, 2
position, lifts to stand up,
lifts legs whei sitting,
$200, 386-423-1357 Vol
CHAIR- LARGE wing-
back $50 386-671-0173
CHRISTMAS TREE-
Kirkland, 9 ft pie-lite $40.
Craftsman 10" table saw
$75 386-4J8-2436
COFFEE TABLE 56x20
good cond $50.
386-788-69 S:Vol
COMPUTrR HP98
w/montita & printer
(printer nieds cart) $100.
386-760-978
COUCH- Ethan Allen,
80", move, like new,
with mating wing chair,
$40, 386-539-1875
COUCH- GOOD shape
w/recliner chair $30
Stove, ga; 5 burner, like
new, $150386-767-2995
CRIB- Poh Bear with
Serta mattress. $150
386-235-431 Pt Orange
CUSHION, Patio Chair-
(4), Pasti Colors, $15
each, 386-'56-1920 Vol
DESK, Solid Cherry,
43"x21"x3", Vintage, in
Great Cndition, $199,
386-426-800 Vol
DESK- wod, 7 draws,
chair, lam $35.00 Lane
cedar chat ,nice looking
$50. 386-30-5453
DETHATCER, Crafts-
man- 40",like new, used
twice, ca before 6pm,
$50, 386-26-2944 Vol
DINETTE SET- Wicker,
incl 4 ch;rs, 48" octago-
nal glassop, good condi-
tion, $150386-547-8575
DINING ROOM Set- 7
piece $20 386-765-0892
DOG CRRIER- Large,
Good Shpe, for 1001b
Dog, Gnat for Traveling,
$30, 386-14-7530 Vol

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DOOR, Entry- Steel, 6
panel, solid, prehung, 36x
80, Reliabuilt, righthand
open, $70, 386-690-9979
DOOR, Screen/Storm-
Aluminum, 36", $35, Alu-
minum window, 52"x62",
$50, 386-427-9724
DOORS, Sliding glass- 5
panels, w/mounting rails
for 8' & 12' doors, $25ea
/$100all, 386-212-6181
DOUBLE SINKS-
w/vanity 78"L, fine cond.
$75. 2 Delta bath faucets
$15 each 386-788-5686
END TABLES- Walnut
$25, glass foyer table $30
386-427-9474 Edgewater
EXERCISE EQUIP-
MENT- Rowing Machine,
Tunturi brand, folds up to
store, $85, 386-235-4390
FISH TANK- 55 gal, $55.
Tan sleeper sofa $65
386-756-4319 Pt Orange
FREEZER, COMPAC-
Kenmore 18" wide, 29"
high, 16" deep. $70 obo
386-756-2838
GOLF CLUBS mizumo
mt irons driver 3&5 bag &
putter $65. 386-761-8127
S Vol
GOLF CLUBS- Mens,
metal woods, 3,5,7, Wil-
son Staff irons, new bag,
$125, 386-314-1504
GRILL FORMEN- Larg-
est top of the line. $25
Office chair, adj wheels
$15, 386-677-8585
GUITAR, CLASSICAL-
New Condition, $100,
Franz metronome, $35,
386-672-6265
HOT WATER TANK-
New $200 386-323-7999
JACUZZI 8 foot, octag-
onal, needs heater $200
386-671-2676
JIGSAW PUZZLES (25)
nice variety, no missing
pieces, all for $200.
386-767-9400
KAYAK- 18' collapsible,
2 person, cover, tote
bags $180 386-677-9430
Ormond
KITCHEN Accessories-
cow items, give your
kitchen a new theme,
$200, 386-236-8406
LADIES BIKE- Easyride
Trailmate Al $75, 14 ft
ext ladder, alum $75
386-409-5373 NSB
LAPTOP, DELL Latitude-
includes wireless internet
card, CDRom, AC adap-
tor, $200, 386-212-7982
LAWNMOWER, Snap-
per- Riding, electric & pull
start, 11hp engine, $200,
386-690-0379
LIGHTING FIXTURES-
Foyer, $40, Dining Room,
$40, Breakfast Room,
$30, 386-671-2600 Vol
LITTER BOX- $3
386-615-9092 Ormond
MIG WELDER- $150
386-760-8630
PATIO SET- 5 piece 3x5
table (glass top) 2 side
chairs & qhaise lounge
$55 386-671-3089
PIZZA WARMING Bags-
Vesture, Electric, $25
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PLYMOUTH NEON-
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runs good, needs trans.
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POOL PUMP- 1/2 hp,
Hayward, brand new
$200 386-366-1635
QUEEN COMFORTER-
$15, Prom dress, like
new, $25, 386-427-8286
RANGE- Black glass ce-
ramic cooktop, self clean-
ing, $75, 386-756-8402
RANGE- GLASS top
$100, OTR Micro/vent/lite
$50 386-424-9159
REFRIGERATOR- 2
door, over/under, white,
16 cu ft $60 or trade
386-290-8925
REFRIGERATOR- Al-
mond Color, $100, Men's,
New, 7 Speed Bicycle,
$75, 386-677-2330 Vol
REFRIGERATOR- Ken-
more, Sidebyside, 25cf,
White, ice/water in door,
$150,.386-424-0435 Vol
REFRIGERATOR-
Kenmore, white, '18cu ft,
ood condition. $100
86-566-7408 Edgewater
RING- SILVER, onyx,
gold. Dome rope design.
Size 5 1/2 $35 Call
386-761-0159
ROOF RACKS univ auto
$40. OBO childs bike
seat like new $30 OBO
386-760-7228 S Vol
SCOOTER SCRAM $50.
razor scooter $75.
386-322-2309 S Vol
SNEAKERS, 2 pair, Fila
& Vans, boys/mens, size
8, black, new, $20,
386-252-3043 Vol
SOFA- NEUTRAL color,
leather, 8 ft, like new.
Quick sale price! $200
386-426-0674
STEREO, AIWA- 300
watt, mp3/CD, twindrive,
4 speaker system, like
new, $90, 386-402-4912
STOVE- Whirlpool, $75,
Also Whirlpool fridge
w/ice maker $100 both
good cond 386-795-4994
STUFFED Bear large
holding welcome sign 4'
tall, bik. New $50. 386-
763-1560 or 334-0793
SUBWOOFER JL audio
$50. firm, rca color tv 20"
$20. 386-852-8289 S Vol
SURFBOARD- 6'10", GT
Surfline, Tri-Fin, Great
cond $180, 386-405-5405
SWING & STAND new in
boxes, Holds 480 lbs
solid construction. $195
386-767-6376
TABLE TOP- Glass $50,
baby wicker stroller $140
386-441-2004 Ormond
TABLE WOOD 4 chairs
new cond $100. chest 5
drawers $10.
386-882-3476 N Vol
TABLE, DINING- with 4
chairs, $150 obo,
386-756-1679 Pt. Orange
TOOL BOX, Truck- Pro
work bin, 48", in bed de-
sign, $50, 386-344-5925
TOYS, KIDS- with stove,
microwave, fridge, table,
& plastic food & extras,
$10, 386-846-3186 Vol
TREADMILL, Proform
530x; 4yrs old, hardly
used, floor protector inci.
$200, 386-405-5396
TRUCK BED Cover-
taupe vinyl over metal
frame, 5'8"x5', clamps
inci, $100, 386-322-4475


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DAYTONA BEACH-
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avail now. $149,900
267-934-7286


NEW SMYRNA BEACH
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view. 407-321-2007
407-314-5162
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fully furnished on
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1200 Colonnades Dr.
lbr/lba, All Amenities &
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828-226-2566
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master closets w/bath,
$65,000 631-422-7992




DAYTONA BEACH Af-
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Recently painted, fenced
yard, close to everything.
$109,900. Better Homes
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DAYTONA BEACH-
LARGEST DOUBLE LOT
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comm. south of world fa-
mous castle/archway on
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Daytona Beach- Pelican
Bay, Golf Community
"The Villas" 3BR/2BA
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roof. Orig. built as the
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Newer : A/C, 2 walk-in
closets: in master, bonus
/family rm. All About You
Realty Grp.386-676-2493
DAYTONA BEACH-
2br/lba Includes all
appliances, Close to
Embry and DBCC. New
paint & carpet, 104,000
Great starter home. Call
Paul 386-316-6253
DAYTONA BEACH-
spacious 3br/2ba, 2 car
gar, split plan w/fireplace
in fam room. Fenced yard
w/irrigation sys. Close to
everything. Asking
$182,500 386-569-1115




DAYTONA Beachside-
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ocean breeze. Cute 2Br.
Living& bedrms w/wood
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large back yard. Listen to
the sounds of the ocean
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$159,000. City Realty Co.
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Umbrella Tree. 3/2 1385
sqft split plan. New ber-
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sf garage 100sf screened
porch fenced yard mature
citrus. $1035. + sec
310-570-3384

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EDGEWATER BY OWN-
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3br/2ba/lcg, cath. ceiling
fenced yard. New paint
carpet and tile. $127,500.
386-235-3459/763-9991
Edgewater Florida
Shores- 2210 Juniper Dr.
3/2/2, New 11/04, 1700+
sf landscaped, upgraded,
encl. lanai, fenced, yd,
shed. Very nice.
$219,000 386-409-8091
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HOLLY HILL Great Buy -
Nice 3/1 home on
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132x75, 15x15 deck in
fenced back yard. Inside
laundry. Ecl. back porch.
Close to Shopping. Only
$135K Owner Says Sell!
Helen Scott, Dees Realty
Inc. 386-212-1456
Medalist Golf Club
HOBE SOUND: Decora-
tor furnished cottages &
estate homes from
$1.4M. Minutes to ocean.
Great club amenities.
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Bodden 561-722-6787
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NEW SMYRNA BEACH-
1 ac, 4/3/3, 3400sfl, 5400
sf total, 14ft ceilings,
gourmet kit, w/granite,
decor stainless steel
appliances, 48" gas
cooktop, 48" fridge, gas
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backyard from FL rm.
Conv. loc. $229,900. Bet-
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ORMOND BEACH A
perfect paradise nestled
in the midst of Ormond
Beach's historic area.
Solidly built 3/2.5 just off
John Anderson. Walking
dist. to Fortunate Park.
$329,500. Sami Bay,
Realtor Better Homes &
Properties. 386-316-1837




ORMOND BEACH Close
to Central Park 3/2 backs
to a nature preserve in
one of Ormond's most
desired areas. Many up-
grades, new roof, A/C,
water heater, wind. tile
and wood fir. Scr. lanai.
$169,000. Lou Balsano,
Realtor, Better Homes &
Properties. 386-846-8044
ORMOND BEACH Horse
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thing new on 2+acres.
For Sale by owner/realtor
$249,900. 386-441-8262
or 386-295-6294




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386-451-9858 C21 Sun-
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ORMOND By The Sea -
Great beachside location
2/2, direct beach access
just a few steps to the
east. Large BR's, tile firs,
boat/RV pking, fenced
back yard. $185,000 Lou
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side home. Spacious 2/2,
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countertops, real wood
fir. Enjoy ocean breezes
from the Lanai. $297,000
Lou Balsano, Realtor
Better Homes & Proper-
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ORMOND BY The Sea
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AlA! 3/2, upgrades ga-
lore, stainless appl. wood
cab., granite countertops
in kit & baths. Gazebo,
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$349,000 Lou Balsano,
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PALM BAY, beautiful BB
4/3/3 split, security, over-
sized lot, scrn pool, study,
built-in apple's, Ig. MBR w/
Ig. BA, many upgrades,
$375K. 321-728-3658
PALM CITY Egret Pond
2/2/1, CBS, light & bright,
freshly painted, well
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ceilings $150,000firm
772-341-5721/288-0674
PICKWICK VILLAGE
Unique 2br/2ba. 2 FL rm.
Double driveway. Furn or
unfurn. Reduced from
$38K by realtor to $25K
by owner. 386-761-7996
PORT ORANGE-
2901sf pool home with
huge garage of 792sf +
big screen pool porch.
Renovated new roof.
3br/2ba + 2 bonus rms.
Large fenced lot for RVs
boat, trailer. $179.900
One story concrete beau-
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PORT ORANGE- Great
3/2 "Country Home" on 1
acre lot. Well kept, shows
pride in ownership.
$359,900 Adams Camer-
on Realtors, Joni Kesler



HALIFAX PLANTATION
Beautifully decorated golf
home. 5 mis from ocean.
Many upgrdes $226,500.
386-671-9025 1168 Ath-
lone Way Owner Sale!
NEW SMYRNA BEACH-
Beachside townhome,
3br/2.5ba, 2200sf,
located near beach,
w/private reserve in rear.
Renovated w/wood & tile
flooring, inci large walk in
closet in all bedrooms
and oversized 1 car gar.
Offered by owner
$179,900 386-576-6099
photos ad #51363 www.
ometownnewsOL.com
PALM CITY 55+ Gated
comm 3/2 new roof &
patio. Open House Sun
11AM to 4:30PM. Pool,
tennis, active clubhouse
$255,900 772-220-5953



KENTUCKY
*3 acres w/pond $24,900
*35 acres riverfront $99K
*100 acres $125,000.
*1500acs. hunters para-
dise, incredible trophy
deer & turkey hunting,
$1895/acre. Great invest-
ments! 1-270-791-2538
www.ActionOutfitter.com
MIMS 4.26 beautiful
wooded, cedar oak/pine.
Property can be split to
2.13 acres at 1 home per
parcel. Beautiful home-
site $250,000
321-863-7369
NEW SMYRNA BEACH-
Lot for sale. Off 415, 2.5
miles south of 44. 2.5
acres, beautiful, high &
dry $100,000 obo
386-566-9456 / 409-9344
NORTH CAROLINA
MOUNTAINS
New log cabin shell on 2
wooded acres, only
$99,900: FREE BRO-
CHURE of Mountain &
Riverfront acreage. Fi-
nancing. 1-828-652-8700
TEXAS LAND Liquidation
Salel 20Acre Ranches.
Only 50minutes from
BOOMING El Paso.
Roads, References, Sur-
veyed, Money Back Guar-
antee, No Credit Check.
$14,900, $500/down,
$145/mo. 1-800-843-7537
www.sunsetranches.com
NEED TO HIRE?
CALL CLASSIFIED
386-322-5949

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SAMSULA AREA-
10 acre parcels, Pasture
and pines. Well drained,
great hunting, agricultural
tax breaks, 4 available,
$95,000 cash, $110,000
terms. Call 386-763-4471


VERO BEACH: 10 acres,
Can divide, Across from
new school, 4br/3ba
ranch 2700', Pool & Arte-
sian well, Bring all rea-
sonable offers. $395,000
Dave Gagnon, Billero &
Billero 772-480-0290
WHITE CITY: 2/3 acre,
99'x300', Room for Boats,
Pets or Pool. E of US 1
Palmetto Dr. Indian River
Estates $69,900 Keyes,
Charlotte Carmine
772-285-4879



Port Orange
Cikane Aakes
Golf & Country Club
An Age Restricted Community
100% Palm Harbor Homes
Feature Home
2001 2/2, $94,900
Corner lot, 1313 s.f.
2001 2/2, $94,500
Two porches, golfview
2001 2/2, $112,900
w/Den, just listed
1999 2/2 $120,000
View of sm. pond, 1436 s.f.
2003 3/2, $132,900
Golf/Water, 1680 s.f.
2003 -3/2, $134,900
No lease increase thru 1/2010
2003-3/2 $135,900
Corner lot, w/garage
2003 3/2 $155,000
Cul-de-sac & Golf view ;
2004 3/2.$177,900 .
Over 2000 s.f. w/golfview

Call for more listings!
Doug@cranelakes.com
www.cranelakes.com
386-304-0983
888-325-2537



CRANE LAKES
Guarded & Golf Comm.
Beautiful 3BR "Bayhill" all
appl., encl. FL rm. w/air.
1 car garage and more.
$119,900.
Impressive "Augusta"
model, 3br, large kit.
endcl. FL rm. Excellent
View. $142,500.
Adams Cameron Real-
tors, Gary LaFond
386-453-5522
DAYTONA Colonial Col-
ony So '74 dw 2/2, up-
dated kit, new hot water
htr, Ig shed W/D. Roof re-
sealed $22,900. 386-
304-7059 / 585-704-8633



EDGEWATER- Hacienda
Del Rio- 55+ beautiful
3br/2ba, split plan, 1750
sf, mostly furn. 2 min. to
Indian River, Extras!
$85,500 386-690-4436
HOLLY HILL- 55+ park,
Beach St. 2br/1ba,
completely newly remod.
Carport. Utility rm. $4500.
$215/mo lot. (1 person
needs to be 55) up to 4
persons. 386-852-1430
ORMOND BEACH-
Nice, 55+ park, 2BR,
Screened porch, carport,
2 sheds, new paint &
carpet. $6500.
386-672-1276/ 451-4018
ORMOND BEACH- 2001
& 2003 Linda Ave. 2 mo-
bile homes w/land,
3br/2ba 75x140 corner lot
and 1BR unit 1 side,
2BR unit 70x104 ft lot.
Both renovated in & out 3
yrs ago, asking 79K per
home or sell together as
package. 386-503-8082
ORMOND BEACH- 55+
park NEW 3br/2ba,
screened carport, central
air, shingle roof, vinyl
siding $53,500
386-677-3250 / 451-4018
ORMOND BEACH- Adult
community, 1984 Palm
Harbor, 2br/2ba, 1232 sf,
Fully Furnished. Move in
condition, $39,900 Make
offer. 386-672-1009
ORMOND BEACH-
JUST REDUCED, $7900
2br/2ba, singlewide, roof
over, heat pump, shed,
furnished 20x10' Fl room.
Quiet 55+ 386-671-2183


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FORT PIERCE Nice,
furnished, 2bd/1.5ba,
C/A/H, carport & shed,
$7000 772-464-1321
ORMOND BEACH-
Lovely modular home in
Life Village. 3br/2ba,
garden tub, fireplace,
cathedral ceilings, walk in
closets, 80sf covered
driveway + tool shed.
Sacrifice at $39,900 Low
lot rent! Call owner.
386-673-9085
PALM HARBOR Factory
Liquidation Sale!!! Modu-
lar, Manufactured, & Stilt
Homes. 0% Down when
you own your land.Call
for FREE Color Bro-
chures 800-622-2832
SEBASTIAN/MICCO 55+
'88 Schultz 24x48, 2/2 dbl
driveway, sunroom, office
Idry/tool shed. Attch golf
cart shed, hurricane prot.
Amenities dock, pool on
ICW. $60,000, fully furn
772-664-4561
VERO BEACH 55+
Village Green 2/2 screen
room, FL rm, shed W/D.
Furnished, Berber carpet
thru-out. Cul-de-sac.
$9,000 772-562-0231
VERO BEACH Lakefront
2/2 dblwide,1586sq ft.
vault ceils. Laminate
wood floors in Isl eat in
kit. Formal LR & DR. new
appis, W/D. Large glass
window porch, C/A/H,
$39,500 772-299-4580
W. MELBOURNE, 55+,
2/2,dblewide,furn,2 porch-
es: 1 encl. 1 open, car-
port, shed, sprinkler sys,
citrus trees, sm pet ok
$45,900neg321-848-1978



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ASHEVILLE, NC Moun-
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from $49,900. Gated,
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CENTRAL GEORGIA
6.6AC $19,900
Near Dublin & 1-16,
great community,
wooded property.
404-362-8244
St. Regis Paper Co.
www.stregispaper.com
COLORADO 20 acres
$18,000. Near Rio
Grande River, BLM, Car-
son National Forest.
Mountain views. Good
road access. $500 down;
$200 monthly. Call owner
806-376-8690
COPPERHILL, TN: 5ac
comm site w/3 bldgs on
US 64 in rapidly growing
area. Open your business
in 30 days. Only $400,000
423-496-5803 or
561-625-3547
FLORIDA LAND
1/4 Acre Near Beach &
Golf. $500 Down,
$197/mo. No Qualifying!
Build Now or Invest for
the Future!
1-877-983-6600 or
www.FlorldaLotsUSA.com
FLORIDA LAND Starting
at $7,900 Financing
Available. Over 100 Lots
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Highland. Realtors & In-
vestors welcome.
1-718-797-0807 usaland-
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GA & S.C. LAND
Rec/Timberland Invest-
ment: Jenkins, Johnson,
Emanuel & Toombs
Counties. 51acs.-772acs.
SC: 81acs-156.7acs Al-
lendale, Charleston, Col-
leton & Kershaw Coun-
ties. Others available.
AFM REAL ESTATE
www.afmrealestate.com
Jaymie Strickland
843-539-2506 jaymie.
strickland@amforem.biz
GA- ELLIJAY Mtns
vacation rental, (3) log
cabins on creek with
mountain views. Asking
$650,000 By owner.
706-253-8000 www.
northgeorgiagetaways.com
GEORGIA
1 acre to 200 acre tracts
available in SE Georgia.
Great climate w/beautiful
seasons. Payments as
low as $233/mo.
912-585-2174 or
www.HickoryHammock
Properties.com
Georgia -
Land for sale Colquitt
County Georgia. 5-10
acres, excellent schools,
low taxes, owner finance:
$495 Down. Call
912-541-1837 Dan
GEORGIA LOOKOUT
MTN. Best Value by Mtn
Homes Magazine. Gated,
private roads, lakes, huge
parks 3-5acs starting


$10,000/acre. Can fi-
nance @ 6% George
McGee, owner/agent.
(423)991-3780.


GEORGIA PARADISE
Riverfront property, 3acre
homesites w/private boat
ramp. Paved streets. On-
ly 10mins. to town. Buy
direct from developer,
$7950/acre! Going fast!
912-529-6198


HANDYMAN SPECIAL
New Ranch with 4 bed-
rooms, 2 bath, in drywall
stage. Sits on 2 acres
near Athens, OH.
$79,900/Reduced
*$69,900*. Owner Fi-
nancing 1-740-260-2282
KENTUCKY 4.5 acres
up to 3,500ac tracts, Pre-
mier deer & turkey hunt-
ing. Beautiful rolling hills,
hardwood timber. Build-
ing sites. Cabin available.
80ac lake. $1,800/ac.
270-703-7234
KENTUCKY WESTERN
1100 acres +/- Crop land,
Hunting land. May be
sold in smaller tracts. Call
Lynelle Eaves Realty &
Auction 1-800-523-3824
1-270-543-6410
LAKE CITY FL near
Gainesville 7 rm brick
3/2 2 FL rooms, large
corner fenced lot.
Sacrifice $65,000 poss
financing or trade
772-546-5494
LAND! Still the best
INVESTMENT! No. Fla.
acre Homesites. Water
access. Owner financing,
from $19,900. Cook Real
Estate, Rltr 386-365-4111
LOG CABIN only
$69,900. Lake Access
Free Boat Slips. Own the
dream! New 2,128sf log
cabin package at spec-
tacular 160,00 acre rec-
reational lake! Paved
road, u/g utilities, excel-
lent financing. Call now
800-704-3154, x 1753
Lovely 4BR/2.5Ba, 2400
square foot home on
approx. 2 acres in Perry,
FL a small rural town
approx. 50 SE of Talla-
hassee. Beautiful pool &
patio area w/tall privacy
ence, Gazebo with hot
tub. Reduced $239,000.
Call 1-386-658-3378 or
cell 1-386-208-2589
MURPHY, NORTH CAR-
OLINA 2.41 Acres, New
2BR/2BA completely fur-
nished cabin. Price re-
duced by $34K. Must sell
this week. $195,000.
727-644-8805 see at
forsalebyowner.com
ID# 20913907
N GEORGIA &
NC MOUNTAINS
$39,900/ $69,900 Home-
sites. Land/ log home pkg
kits starting $79,900.
Panoramic waterfall,
mountain views.
AMENITIES. Custom
homes/ cabins for sale!
1-888-389-3504 x600




N.C. Lake Lure. 2.04acs.
w/spectacular mtn views.
Buildable, 4br septic per-
mit, ug utilities, paved rd.,
Champion golf courses,
lake, shopping. Asking
$87,500. 631-921-6984
Tell 'em you saw it in
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Middle Georgia Land For
Sale www.HamptonRiver.
corn Washington County.
- 86 acres on The Ohoo-
pee River, Hunting, Fish-
ing, & Timber $2,650 per
acre 478-787-4121
NANTAHALA Real Es-
tate Co. National Geo-
graphic & ABC News has
rated this as a #1 summ-
er destination! Vacation
homes/rentals! White
water rafting! Beautiful
high elevation western
North Carolina surround-
ed by the Nantahala Nat'l
Forest. Only 2.5 hours
NE of Atlanta, GA, only
1.5 hours outside Ashe-
ville, NC & 30 minutes
NE of Murphy, Pristine
Lake, Lake/River front
mountain view, large
tracts 866-218-8439 www
.nantahalacrooerties.com
NC LAND: Near Raleigh/
Durham. 7acs pasture/
woods $39k; 8acs deer
$49K; 13acs hilltop $69K.
Buy now, retire later.
WE'LL FLY YOU HERE!
Pics: 1-919-693-8984;
owner@newbranch.com
NC LOG CABIN
Buy Now -Low Rates
Beautiful 2BR/ 2BA, fully
furnished w/ wrap-around
deck & hot tub. Like New!
Rental Income! Great
investment-Smoky Mtns.
321-432-1557 $169,000
NC MOUNTAINS
Motivated Seller! New log
cabin shell on 1.7 acres,
$89,900. 2-5 acre water-
front homesites from
$99,900. Easy access
mountain homesites
$29,900-$89,900.
828-247-9966
NC: BEST BUY IN
MOUNTAINS Owner fi-
nancing, 2acres w/ spec-
tacular view, paved road,
gated, house site in Bry-
son City. $65,000,
$13,000 down. owner fi-
nancing!1-800-810-1590
www.wildcatknob.com
NEW ARIZONA Land
rush! 1 or 2.5 Football
Field Sized Lots! $0
Down. $0 Interest.
$159-$208 Per Month!
Money Back Guarantee!
888-603-6233 or www.
sunsiteslandrush.com
NO. CAROLINA Mtns.
Sylva 3/2 new stone
fireplace & wood floors.
Fresh paint in & out many
upgrades. Fruit trees.
Asking $345,000.
772-359-1074
NORTH CAROLINA
LOTS & LAND
Spring Discounts! 1-10
acres. Near Charlotte.
Low taxes. Buy now,
build later! Starting $22K.
Call for free brochures.
Countrytyme
704-483-1457
NORTH CAROLINA
MOUNTAINS
Beautiful New log cabin
shell on 2.2 wooded
acres $99,900. 6 acres
with incredible mountain
views only $69,900. E-Z
Financing. Free brochure.
1-828-652-8700
Classified 386-322-5949
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North Carolina, 40
Acres of land in Lawson-
ville fenced and cross
fenced with plenty of wa-
ter. 140K 336-593-8268
NORTH FLORIDA LAND
$65Kl! 30 acres ranch in
a gated community near
1-10 and Tallahassee, FL.
I need a quick sale, must
see! Call 866-755-6595
OKEECHOBEE. FL
35ac zoned mixed use,
4ac commercial, 31 ac
residential or High
density residential to 144
units, $1.8 million. 20ac
zoned for 28 1/2 ac
homesites. $960,000.
1.84ac zoned for 14
homes with docks on
RIM canal. All permits
ready. Break ground now.
$1 million. No Impact
fees. Call Stuart
561-718-7162
S. GEORGIA Ware Co.
136 acres, Hunters para-
dise / timber investment,
$1875/ac. No sub-divid-
ing. Call 912-284-0306
TENNESSEE Affordable
Homes & Land at the
Foothills of the Great
Smoky Mountains. Visit
my website www.
DonnaDavid Realty. com
Donna David at Realty
Executives Associates in
Maryville, TN. 865-
604-6339, 865-983-0011
TENNESSEE
Beautifully Inexpensive.
Cost of living 17% below
National Average!
No state income tax.
Low property taxes.
Minutes from shopping &
schools. Golf, fishing,
boating & horseback rid-
ing. 1 Acre Homesites
from $19,900 ($145/mo.)
City water, paved roads,
electric & clubhouse.
Owner financing. Com-
plete home & land pack-
age $124,900. No hidden
costs!
1-888-811-2168 (Ext.
333 for special pricing)
www.TNLots.com
TENNESSEE Crossville
Golf lakefront lots,
acreage available, 11 golf
courses, from $22,500,
Bean & Assoc Inc.
931-248-1444
1-888-337-2326
beanrealty.com
TENNESSEE MOUN-
TAIN 2 Acre wooded
homesites. Breathtak-
ing Tennessee River
View. Low Residential
Property Taxi No State
Income Tax, No Impact
Feel Excellent Owner
Financing! Ask about
Mini Vacationi
1-888-358-1020
TENNESSEE MOUN-
TAIN Acreage 2 Acre
Beautiful Homesite, Mil-
lion $ View! Secluded,
Utilities, Overlooking
Tennessee River. Close
to Marina, Schools,
Shopping! $49,900 Low
Down, Owner Financing!
1-330-699-1585
NEED TO HIRE?
CALL CLASSIFIED
386-322-5949

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Golf & Country Club


3 Bedroom / 2 Bath / 2 Car

2,439 SqFt / Built 1993

Gated Community


Comparable Homes at $300,000


Starting Bid




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Daytona Beach Investments

107 Peterson Ct / Holly Hill 32117
Michael Grady, Broker/Auctioneer


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TEXAS LAND Liquidation
Sale! 20Acre Ranches.
Only 50minutes from
BOOMING El Paso.
Roads, References, Sur-
veyed, Money Back Guar-
antee, No Credit Check.
$14,900, $500/down,
$145/mo. 1-800-843-7537
www.sunsetranches.com
TEXAS LAND LIQUIDA-
TION!! 20-acres, Near
BOOMING El Paso. Good
Road Access. Only
$14,900.$200/down,$145
per/mo. Money Back
Guarantee. No Credit
Checks. 1-800-843-7537
www.sunsetranches.com
NEED TO HIRE?
CALL CLASSIFIED
386-322-5949


TIMESHARE RESALES
The cheapest way to
Buy, Sell, and Rent Time-
shares. No Commissions
or Broker Fees. Call
1-877-494-8246 or go to
www.buyatimeshare.com


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VA, 121.5 acres, hunting
cabin. Meadows of Dan
near Blue Ridge Parkway.
Stream runs thru property
$687,300 UC Lambert RE
276-694-2646 see photos
online AD# 51647 at
hometownnewsol.com
Call Classified
386-322-5949


VIRGINIA Galax, 2.66
Acres. Just across NC
/VA line. Both long range
& short range Mountain.
views. Close to new river.
Fishing, Canoeing, rafting
& hiking. Large trees, Pri-
vate road. $42,500. Call
910-575-0269
WESTERN NC Mountain
Properties cabins,
homes, acreage & in-
vestment property. Views
& creeks. Free color bro-
chure. Western Carolina
Real Estate Company,
Inc. Murphy, NC.
www.WesternCarolinaRE
.com 1-800-924-2635
NEED TO HIRE?
CALL CLASSIFIED
386-322-5949


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DAYTONA / NORTH
SEABREEZE Mature
senior female has nice
home w/private room &
bath, furn, Full house
priv. $550 mo, all utilities
incl. Non-smoker & refs.
386-257-5684 / 451-1640
DAYTONA BEACH-
Share 3 bedrm. Master
avail, private bath,
screened door to heated
pool, house priv. $150 wk
or smaller room $100 wk
incl all. 386-295-9599
EDGEWATER- furnished
private master bedroom
w/bath. Don't miss out.
Many extras. Call for
details. $150/wk.
386-689-4203
$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
IN A HURRY
TO SELL??
Call the BEST
classified section
on the east coast!
HOMETOWN NEWS
CLASSIFIED!
386-322-5949
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80 Aprmns


HOLLY HILL- Beautiful
house to share on river,
4000 sf, 6br/6ba, full use
of house, drug free
environment, $500/mo.
386-547-0594
PORT ORANGE Room
for rent $450 plus de-
posit, cable tv, whole run
of house. Dependable
Adult. Swimming pool at
clubhse 386-788-2909
PORT ORANGE-
Room with privilege,
kitchen, laundry, pool.
Clean non-smoker, no
pets, references a must.
$475/mo. 386-837-3571



NEW SMYRNA BEACH-
Seasonal rental avail 4/1
3br/2.5ba, 2 cg, pool,
clubhouse. Luxury golf
living. Furn, all upgrades,
$1500mo. 516-635-0800
ORMOND BEACH-
TEMPORARY housing.
Month to month lease.
2br/2ba fully furn, all until.
included, central air. Very
clean. No smoking or
pets. Avail April 1st $850
+ dep. 386-673-4680

80 prmns


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COCOA BEACH-
Port Royal Condo
2br/2ba, Fully Furnished,
1st Floor, Available
4-1-08, $1300 mo, Call
Richard 407-791-6617
DAYTONA BEACH
SHORES- 2/2 10th fl
furn, ocean/river view i/o
pool, Exclusive, secured
access bldg. No pets,
$2000/mo. 407-463-7956
DAYTONA AREA-
Luxury gated waterfront
comm. Marina Grande
3br/3ba $1600/mo. Also
2br/2ba $1300/mo. 1st,
last sec. 386-503-4870


DAYTONA BEACH
Central Manor Apts serv-
ing adults 62+ or mobility
impaired. lbd/lba Rent
is based on income.
386-255-2622 EOH -
DAYTONA BEACH
SHORES- Oceanfront,
Newly renovated, Fully
Furn, 2br/2ba, Pool,
Gym, $1350/mo. + sec.
NO PETS. 386-322-7452
OR 954-609-7639
DAYTONA BEACH-
Beautifully Furnished.
3br/3ba. Direct
oceanfront with gorgeous
views. Call James for
info: 386-566-2699
DAYTONA BEACH-
Halifax Riverview condo,
top floor unit. Overlooking
pool with balcony. 1 bed.,
Avail. immediately. $875
Call 904-669-0565


RENT NOW
DAYTONA BEACH-
Newly refurb. lbd/lba
New apple carpet, & tile.
IncI water & pest, golf
course view, pool. $575
mo. 386-299-1538



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82 N. USI ORMOND BEACH
| i ON US1, ONE BLOCK NORTH OF
.JOHNABRAMOVIC, PRESIDENT GRANADA BLVD. (SR40)


TENNESSEE MOUN-
TAIN ACREAGE Breath-
taking Views. Streams,
Cabins Owner Financing
Call 1-888-939-2968
WINDER, GEORGIA-
Close to 1-85, country
setting, 2400sf. Beautiful
4br/3.5ba, brick fireplace,
large level lot, all
appliances incl, complete
window treatment,
wooded back. $189,900.
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1BR, red/prime time,
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Edgewater Commercial
Lot 1.5 acre corner lot.
Directly on Hwy US1,
Zoned for Medical or Re-
tail use. Surrounded by
new and upcoming
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386-569-1115


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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 BEACH-
SIDE- Clean cozy furn.
1BR, all util. incl. for neat,
mature individual. No
smoking, no drugs, refs,
$575 month. $250 sec..
386-257-5684 / 451-1640
DAYTONA MARINA
POINT 2bd/2.5ba/2cg,
boat slip avail. Overlooks
Halifax Marina Immediate
occupancy. $1500/mo +
sec. 386-258-2873
HUTCHINSON ISLAND
N. Harbor Isle 2/2
furnished Penthouse
seasonal or longer term.
Starting at $1350/mo.
24hr security, pool, spa,
fitness 1-407-808-8020
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INDIAN HARBOUR
BEACH- Direct Ocean
(LANTANA) 3 Bedroom,
3 bath, garage, pool, no
pets, deposit. $1,500 mo.
407-760-1795
JENSEN BEACH
2br/2ba, Fully furnished.
Resort style community,
seasonal or yearly
$1500mo. or for sale
$210,000 561-267-9898
NEW SMYRNA BEACH
Newly furn. & renovated
studio condo across from
the beach & Chases Res-
taurant. Water and cable
incl'd. $700/mo. Call for
info 386-437-7661

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HOLLY HILL Efficiency
incl water, trash, sewer,
& elec allotment & cable.
Laundry on site.Yr Ise.
$500/mo 386-566-0066
ORMOND BEACH-
Beautiful condo, 2br/2ba,
In great area. Pool,
clubhouse, available
now. Easy terms. No
credit check.
386-233-0866
ORMOND BY THE SEA-
Oceanfront, 2br/1ba,
newly remodeled, large
porch, great view.
$1000/mo. $600 deposit
No dogs 386-441-2492
PORT ORANGE 1/1
700sf, Walk to beach
New redone. No pets
$700. 1st, last, sec.
386-756-0435

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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
VERO BEACH: Move in
special Newly remod-
eled. 1 & 2 bdrms from
$575. Tile, new appl.
Close to beaches, parks
& Rest. 772-563-0013


A DAYTONA BCH Home
in Indigo Lakes. Unfurn
2BR/2BA,2CG fireplace ,
encl. porch. W/D, lawn
care & cable incl. $1000
mo. 386-304-6004
BEACHSIDE PONCE
INLET Beautiful culdesac
location, one block from
the beach. 3br/2ba, 2-car
gar, all appliances, nice
yard and CLEAN. Small
dog okay. Avail now.
$1200/mo. 386-761-6565


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munity, pool, club hse.
386-441-8262 / 295-6294
DAYTONA BEACH-
2 possible 3br/lba, tile
floors, large yard, air. 580
Fairmount Rd. $750 mo +
utilities. 516-359-1120 or
386-383-0648
DAYTONA BEACH- 2/1.
900sf. Furn/unfurn. Incl.
water, sewer, trash,
cable. Beach, Waterpark
& Main St, Pier 2 blocks
away. $1200 mo. nego.
David 9-7 386-254-6855
DAYTONA NEAR DBCC
& HALIFAX HOSP. 2/1,
1-car gar, w/d, incl central
heat/air, large fenced yd.
320 Fletcher Ave. $795
1st & sec. 386-316-2614
EDGEWATER/ WATER-
FRONT. Fish on dock on
canal to intracoast clean
2/1 beauty furn. W/D.
3mo-lyr. $750-$1000. 1st
& sec. 386-424-9341
HOLLY HILL- 3br, Newly
painted, central a/c,
dishwasher, garage
w/washer & dryer, fenced
yard. 1 year lease
$850/mo 386-672-6987
MOVE-IN READY Port
Orange, concrete block,
2/1, central heat/air, W/D
combo, privacy porch,
Ige. shed & parking area,
$760/mo. 1st/Last/ Secur-
ity, Background /credit
check. 386-316-5656
NEW SMYRNA BEACH-
Totally Charming large
1930 bungalow. Historic
District one blk from river.
2-3br/1.5ba, hardwd firs, ,
priv fenced yd. gas fir-
place, porches. All appl.
No smokers On time
$850 +utilities. 310-
570-3384, 386-314-5299


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NEW SMYRNA Beach-
side, 3br/1.5ba, 1/2 blk
facing ocean, feel the
breeze, hear the waves.
$975mo, 1st, last. No
dogs. 407-740-6236
NEW SMYRNA- Near
DBCC, 2/2, w/d hookups
Modern, clean. Walk-in
closets. priv fence No
Smkg, Scrd Porch, 1 yr
lease $875 386-689-5503
NEW SMYRNA- River
view 3br/1.5ba,complete
remodel, beautiful bridge
& river views. $1,200/
mo. 1st & sec. Sr. disc.
386-689-8504 / 689-8503
ORMOND BEACH 2Br,
New paint & dishwasher
Central a/c, Garage.
Fenced yard. No pets.
Year Lease. $825 + de-
posit. 386-672-6987
ORMOND BEACH-
Hidden Hills, like new,
2br, all appliances,
fenced backyard.No pets,
$850 w/monitored alarm
system. 386-788-9557
ORMOND BY THE SEA-
122 Laurie Dr. Newly
renovated 3br/2ba.
Fenced yard. 1 block
from beach. Ready Now!
$950mo. 1st + sec. Pets
OK. 904-797-5886 Iv msg
ORMOND BY THE SEA-
2BR/2BA, fenced,
adorable bungalow, walk
to ocean, wood floors,
remodeled $950/mo.
James 407-342-8355
ORMOND BY THE SEA-
Great beachside
neighborhood! 3/2/2, LR,
DR, FR, oak firs. Walk to
beach. $1300. Furn or
unfurn. 305-394-0212
ORMOND BY THE SEA-
Walk to beach. 2br/lba.
Washer, dryer, garage.
Refs. No pets. $875/mo.,
1st & sec 30 Palmetto Dr.
407-765-4801
ORMOND BY THE SEA-
Walk to the beach!
2br/lba, all tile, Fl rm,
newly renov. small dogs
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305-797-0260 SLC
FORD T-BIRD 1962
wht/red w/tonneau cap,
wire wheels, original
parts,excellent condition
$25,000 772-461-5078
MERCEDES 78 450SL
convertible, runs exc,
yellow black top, leather
int, looks great, lots of
new items. $8500
386-426-1575
386-566-9476


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BUICK ROADMASTER-
1992, station wagon 5.0L,
V8, white w/woodgrain,
leather, all options, all
original, 89k original
miles, $5000 firm
386-756-8869
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NISSAN 300ZX- '87, only
17K miles on rebuilt en-
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some minor body work,
reliable trans. for only
$399. Bob 386-690-3853
PONTIAC FIREBIRD-
'94, V6, T-Tops with no
rust, automatic white
w/gray interior, nice car.
$2800 386-760-9803
PONTIAC TRANS AM
FIREBIRD- '86, new
paint job w/racing stripes,
needs repair, restorable,
$800 obo 386-871-5520
VOLKSWAGEN
PASSAT- '94, black,
sunroof, cd player, good
wheels, 117K mi, no air,
1st $1000 386-615-1843
VOLVO 1994- Model
940, black w/velour
interior, cold a/c,
sunroof, Give away price
$1750 Call 386-673-9085



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2004 HARLEY 883 14K
mi, Screaming Eagle
pipes and air filter,
lowered. Nice bike,
$4950. 386-676-7743
2007 YAMAHA VSTAR
CUSTOM 650- Red, 650
miles, with bags and
windshield, $5,599
386-586-0377
HARLEY 883 Sportster,
Spoke whis, windshield,
crash bars, well maint.
Sharp! "01 3,200 mi.
$4850 obo 810-577-1393
HARLEY DYNA LOW
RIDER- Cheap 1988.
Ostrich seat, solid back,
rim twisted spokes,
straight pipes. Extrasl
Only $7200. Call B-4
she's gone.386-405-1133
SUZUKI GS550L- Runs
for parts only $400
386-761-4724
WANTED JAPANESE
Motorcycles Kawasaki,
1970 1980, Z1-900,
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H1-500, S1-250, S2-250,
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Paid. 1-800-772-1142 or
1-310-721-0726
YAMAHA ROYAL VEN-
TURE- 1983 1200cc,
19,396 mi, very good
cond, $1550 Chuck 386-
761-9358 / 916-873-2729
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DUTCHMAN- '06 31ft
Superslide out, sleeps
10, many options, mint
condition, can deliver
$14K Cell 815-482-6262
FRANKLIN Travel Trailer
'08- 5 elec slide outs,
2BR. 42ft. all opt. Must
sell. oing north. $27K
Will Del 847-754-8255
MIDAS- 24ft, Class C,
'82, Chevy 350, low mi,
runs great, sleeps 6, full
kitchen, bath, roof. a/c,
gen, awnings, good cond
3800 obo 386-673-4384
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17' KEY WEST '06
Center console, 90HP
Yamaha, float-on trailer,
depth finder/GPS, VHF,
trolling motor, bimini top
and extras! $14,800 obo
772-873-2152
20' ANGLER- '05, center
console w/ Load Master
trailer, 150 Merc, w/ elect,
like new. Low hrs
$17,500 386-682-5913
2001 MAXUM- 18'
Bowrider, 125 Merc,
trailer, w/XR Sport
interior, like new, low hrs.
$8750 386-426-7266
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PALM COAST-
P section. 3/2, 2 car gar.
Upgraded appliances,
separate dining room,
laundry room. $900 mo,
$1000 security, Lawn
care incl. 561-351-8799
PONCE INLET- 5br/4ba,
2 story with ocean views,
swimming pool, 3300 sf,
unfurnished. $2000/mo. +
security deposit. No pets
386-871-6030
PORT ORANGE very
clean double wide spa-
cious 3bd/2ba, w/d hk-up
inside, Ig scr porch, car-
port. No smoking/pets
$850/mo lyr Ise 1st/ last/
sec cred. chk & refs
386-767-0020
PORT ORANGE-
Brandy Hills, 3br/2ba, 1
car gar, fireplace, fenced
yard, FL room, & wet bar.
1500 + sf. $1050/mo. +
sec. 386-795-7144
WALK TO Flagler Ave-
1BR, 1BA, carport, W/D
hook-up, freshly painted
inside, new windows. No
Pets. $800 mo. $850.
deposit. 386-428-1400
WALK TO THE BEACH
2BR, 2BA, garage, W/D
hook-up, freshly painted
inside, excellent location.
No Pets. $925.mo $975.
deposit. 386-428-1400



ORMOND BEACH- Lg
2-story twnhse, 2 master
suites, 2.5ba + priv ctyd,
Fl rm, Incl all appl. &
w/d, Tile & new carpet.
Great area 25 Fair Oaks
$845/mo 954-937-3846
PALM COAST- Gated
comm, on Intracoastal,
2br Townhome + loft, 2.5
ba, w/gar, tennis, pool,
$950/mo. inc. water,
cable + pest. 45 ft boat
slip avail. 386-677-3999
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SOUTH DAYTONA-
Absolutely beautiful
townhome 2br/1.5ba, Ig
living space, laundry on
premises, assigned pkg,
abundant personal pride.
$690/mo. 386-383-9989
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CHEVY BLAZER- '02
Extreme. V6. 52K mi,
black, bucket seats, floor
shift, auto. all power. CD
changer, moonrf. $9,000
/offer. 386-760-9803
Mercury Mountaineer
Premier- '00 V-8, white
w/tan lower body, loaded,
pwr, Ithr moonrf, extras!
1 owner. 70,400 mi
$6900obo. 386-295-3762
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owner, everything custom
or chrome, $4500
386-761-4724


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EDGEWATER Shangri-
La. Immaculate 2br/2ba,
quiet neighborhood. Gar.
W/D, lawn serv. $825mo
+sec. Very clean! Credit
check. 440-582-3606
NEW SMYRNA BEACH-
Nice beachside duplex.
2br/2ba, extended gar,
w/d, lawn care & pest ctl
incl, 1st, last, dep. $950/
mo. No smoking, 1 yr Ise.
Ward 386-679-8928
ORMOND BEACHSIDE-
few steps from ocean.
1/1 beautifully furnished.
Porch & priv. garden. Off
street parking. Carport.
Lawn maintenance incl.
Quiet neighborhood.
$995/mo. Pets negotia-
ble. Short term prices
avail, also. 386-677-3844
TITUSVILLE, Duplexes:
2/2/1, A1, close to all,
$750/mo. 2/1/1, $600/mo.
Great neighborhood. By
Owner. 321-383-3994 /
617-513-4134



PORT ORANGE/US1 -
Office/Retail space. $700
monthly. GREAT LO-
CATION! 386-761-0089



DAYTONABEACH prime
Seabreeze blvd. location
w/prkg, next to 5th3rd
bldg 2478sf Confer rm,
offices, bathrooms. Paul
386-258-5008



ORMOND BEACH-
New 1250sf warehouse.
Air-conditioned office
$785/mo. Up to 2500sf
available. 386-672-1276
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Ocean frt. wedding $349
or Historic District from
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CHEVY SILVERADO-
1990 3/4 ton, automatic,
6 cylinder, excellent
condition, $1950
Call 386-212-7437
FORD F150- '94,
212,000 miles, 6 cyl,
standard 5 speed, no air,
good condition $1500
386-304-3548
TRUCK CARPET
cleaner. Truck mounted
carpet, steam cleaner,
1996 Ford van. Runs
excellent. All hoses and
wands included. Ready
for business today!
Asking $9,500.
386-426-1575
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2002 PALM BEACH
Excel. cond. 175 center
console, 60HP Yamaha,
fishfinder, fishbox,
livewell, new aerator, full
canvas, all USCG equip,
stainless steel prop,
Magic Tilt trailer. $8,500
obo. 386-423-3645
21' CENTURY BAY 2004
150HP Yamaha 4 stroke,
only 50 hours. 8'4" beam.
Lowrance GPS, EZ
loader trailer. Warranty
2008. Asking $22,800
772-528-1411
22'2" REGAL 2007
Volvo/Penta 5.0 Stern Dr.
includes Extended warr
26.7 Hrs. Dry storage
$28,500 321-953-8020
BAYLINER- 17 ft. Force
85 outboard w/maint.
record, cuddy cabin new
upholstery, new trailer,
safety equipped. Extras!
$4000. 386-427-5457
BOAT TRAILER 2006
Magic Tilt 90001b
capacity 27' to 30' boat.
$4,200 772-344-0555


CENTURY CORONADO-
Rare collectors year and
model 1955 Antique, ab-
solutely beautiful, re-
stored to original showrm
cond, new trailer $29,700
386-290-6740
PATHFINDER 22' Tour-
nament XL '07, F250,
trolling motor, GPS, SS
prop, dual axel trailer
$40,000 772-341-6105
SEA DOO BOAT- '05 jet
boat, garaged, used 4x,
yellow, 130hp, low hours,
incl trailer & cover.extrasl
$8,999. 386-586-0377
SEA NYMPH FM161, '92,
40hp, trolling motor, 2
batt's, fishfinder, galv. trlr.
w/spare, Al cond., runs
greatly 321-698-1304 day
ee photo online at www.
Hometown NewsOL.com
AD#29017
SEA OX 20ft, '83,
w/trailer, center console
150hp Yamaha, runs
well, w/trap puller. $4500
obo 386-663-4622 or
386-690-8499


RENTALS WANTED
Looking for both Tenants &
Properties. Call for informa-
l on on our existing Inventory
of both Long Term &
Vacation Rentals.


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Dance not just an art form


BY SYDNEY CARPENTER
For Hometown News
VOLUSIA COUNTY- For most people,
getting exercise means joining a gym,
starting a regimen of walking or buying an
expensive piece of exercise equipment.
More often than not, weeks later, the
treadmill is gathering dust, the gym is
forgotten, and the only daily walk is from
the couch to the refrigerator.
Dance, in all its many forms, can be the
answer for the exercise drop-out.
Belly-dancing may not a traditional
method of staying fit and healthy but
according to Dotty Barnett, who teaches
four classes at the Brannon Center in New
Smyrna Beach, this art form is very benefi-
cial for the health conscious person who
might not enjoy running or lifting weights.
"Many of my students are professional
working women who sit at a desk all day,"
she said. "They have fun shaking it down in
belly-dancing class."
Barnett said that in addition to the mild
aerobic workout, belly-dancing is excellent
for firming hips and abdomens.
"Besides, it is fun and social," she said.
Students range in age from 19 to 82 and
enjoy comparing costumes and coin belts
that they create and wear to class, often
sharing ideas and materials.
Eighty-year-old June Lewis has been a
dance teacher for 60 years and she credits
dance for her physical health and mental
vitality. Ms. Lewis teaches line dancing at
the New Smyrna Beach Women's Club.
"Moving rhythmically to music is so
healing to the spirit," she said, "I feel blessed
to have been able to bring this pleasure to so
many people."
About 100 students participate in the
classes sponsored by New Smyrna Beach
Parks and Recreation Department. The
dancers get a low-impact, moderate aerobic
workout that Lewis said is perfect for heart
health and building stamina.
"It's exercise but not boring like riding a
stationary bike," Lewis said. 'Anyone can
learn to do it and then it becomes a positive
addiction that helps keep your mind and
bodyhealthy."
Quanita May is the owner of Quanita's
Ballroom and Dance Instruction at the Wall
Street Loft in Daytona Beach. May agrees
that there are definite physical benefits from


"Many of my students are
professional working women
who sit at a desk all day. They
have fun shaking it down in
belly-dancing class."

Dotty Barnett
Dance instructor

ballroom or social dancing, such as cardio-
vascular heatlh, balance, and coordination.
"You also strengthen those core muscles
in your back and stomach," she said. "Upper
arms and legs get an isometric workout
while you are dancing."
Latin dances offer a stronger cardiovascu-
lar benefit but the other dances such as the
waltz help build endurance, she said.
The mental and emotional benefits of
social dancing are even easier for May to
observe in her students.
"Some women come in feeling very down,
not talking or smiling. Then after a few
classes, they are having fun and feeling
better about themselves," she said. "They
get more interested in their appearance and
start dressing up and buying new earrings."
Dancing is "social hugging," according to
May, "and how often do you get a hug in a
day?"
"Our society is not touch-based," she said,
"and human touch is important for good
emotional health."
She also said she thinks dancing is the
only physical activity that could ward off
dementia because of the focus on learning
new steps and patterns.
"Deciding to exercise is sometimes a
negative thing. You say 'I am out of shape
and I have to go to the gym,' but when you
say 'I'm going dancing' it sounds so much
more appealing," she said.
Belly dancing classes are held every
Monday and Wednesday. For more informa-
tion, call the Brannon Center at (386) 424-
2280. For more information on ballroom
and social dancing, call Quanita's Ballroom
and Dance Instruction at (386) 255-0606. For
other dance and exercise classes, call the New
Smyrna Beach Parks & Recreation depart-
ment at (386) 424-2175.


Beverly Alvarez-Daly/staff photographer
Aesthetician Kathy Fokszanskyj of Edgewater gives Franey Shelley of New Smyrna Beach
a facial at Reflections Family Salon and Mini Spa in Edgewater.


Spas
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help clients create a daily skin care
regimen customized to their needs, she
said.
"When you receive a facial, you're not
just having somebody clean your face,"
Ms. Haverly said. "There are all kinds of
treatments that can be used to diminish
and lessen the causes of aging."
As part of a facial, the client's neck,
shoulders and hands are massaged, she
said.
'It's very, very calming and relaxing," she
said.
"It gives you a total over-all feeling of
well-being."
Other trends noted by ISPA include
corporate wellness programs that offer
employee massages, use of
"green" organic scrubs and massage oils


and healthy cooking lessons.
Spa treatments range from $35 to $100
or more at local spas and salons.
"Each person can find treatments
catering to their needs as well as their
price range," Ms. Tamme said.
Reflections Family Salon and Mini Spa is
located at 105 Wildwood Ave. in Edgewa-
ter. For more information call (386) 424-
6118.
Pure Skin and Body Care is located at 725
West Granada Blvd., in Ormond Beach. For
more information call (386) 677-8826.
Lions Den men's spa is located 136 N.
Orchard St. in Ormond Beach. For more
information call (386) 615-0772.


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Friday, March 28, 2008


Schools take holistic approach to healthier students


BY ANITA BEVINS
Sports writer
Eating well and exercising regularly can
be as much of a challenge for school-age
children as for adults.
Statistics from the Florida Department
of Health indicate that 1/10th of children
are obese, and another 14 percent are at
risk for obesity.
Those figures correlate with state
research that found a fourth of students
don't eat enough fruits and vegetables, and
a third don't participate in physical activi-
ties.
To encourage healthier habits, Volusia
County Schools has a multi-pronged
Wellness Program in effect.
"There are several goals for wellness in
Volusia County Schools," said Bill Ponia-
towski, program specialist for physical
education and health education. "The first
is nutrition education that is done through
the School Way Cafe and the health cur-
riculum where our teachers provide health
instruction. The second area is physical
activity. Those goals are met through a
range of programs physical education
that is scheduled through the school day
for k-12, recess opportunities, after-school
opportunities and interscholastic opportu-
nities."
By state mandate, schools in Florida
must provide 150 minutes of physical


education a week for children in grades K-
5; 225 minutes a week for students in
grades 6 to 8; and to graduate, high school
students must take two semester long
physical education classes. The state
legislature is considering re-instating an
additional half credit of health education
for high school students.
Those mandates are met through
scheduled time with certified physical
education instructors and structured
physical education time with classroom
teachers. Those minutes are devoted to
more than sit-ups and sprints.
"Moving into the 21st century with
technology, the hardest thing when trying
to teach children about being physically
active, is getting them interested," Ponia-
towski said. "There is a big push for interac-
tive games, and I'm talking about video
games. They have games like 'Dance,
Dance, Dance Revolution' and digital
interactive games like the Wii. One study
showed that using the Wii for 12 hours a
week burns 1,800 calories."
Another element in the district's well-
ness policy includes nutrition education
and opportunities for students to eat
healthy foods. Volusia County's School Way
Cafe6 guidelines, begun four years ago,
mostly target elementary and middle
school students.
"We started limited serving sizes and
creating more portion control, especially in


the elementary school levels," said Evelyn
Klironomos, a registered licensed dietician
and coordinator of nutrition services for
Volusia County Schools. "We limited the
sizes and the number of snacks an elemen-
tary school student can buy. We also try to
purchase things that have a certain fat
gram/calorie measure per serving, and we
started a Fresh to You program. Every
month, we introduce a fruit or vegetable
that may be new to the students and we
give them a sample."
The district also cut out al la carte
French fries in middle schools and limited
drinks (other than water) to 12 oz. servings.
"The reason we have more restrictions
in the middle and elementary schools is
that we have captive audiences and studies
have shown that if we catch the students
when they are younger, it makes an impres-
sion for when they are older," Klironomos
said.
Overall, Poniatowski believes the
wellness initiatives will have a long-range
effect.
"We are going to need a healthier and
stronger generation to face the challenges
of the 21st century. Being more physically
active makes kids more creative, more
mentally active," he said. "The pressures
kids face now are more than we faced.
Competition is out of sight when it comes
to college and jobs. I think for a long time
this area has been lacking. Historically, in


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Randy Barber/staff photographer
Brandon Norman, 7, and Tyler Bull, 6, of
Daytona Beach get some exercise during
track practice at Hurst Elementary School
in Holly Hill.

public education we focused on the 3 R's. It
is good to focus on the whole person."
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Reiki offers clarity of mind; benefits show in personal life


BY STEPHANIE DIXON
Staff writer
Pam Finzel of Daytona Beach Shores is a Reiki master
.and has been since 1995.
Reiki is a therapeutic ancient art that draws in universal
energy by the laying on of hands, Ms. Finzel said. The word
Reiki is derived from two Japanese words: Rei, which means
"God's wisdom or the higher power," and Ki, which is "life
force energy."


Ms. Finzel, who has been studying healing arts for 20
years, says a prayer over her clients and is an ordained
minister.
"I work from head to toe for an hour, hour-and-a-half,"
she said. "Ninety percent of the time I do emotional work
and de-stressing for clarity and relaxation."
Although Ms. Finzel said Reiki is not a religion, she can
testify to the healing powers of this art.
"I work with people who have cancer," she said. "I help
someone not have pain when they are dying from cancer


and have peace when leaving."
She can also attest to the importance of the balance of
body, mind and spirit.
"Reiki increases performance at work; it helps clear the
mind of all the chatter. It calms the spirit so you are at peace
and have mental clarity," Ms. Finzel said. "Reiki also
improves personal relationships because the heart is more
open and compassionate."
For more information about Reiki, call the Rev. Finzel at
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