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Community ............................ A2
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Dining & Entertainment .... B1
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'My babies didn't have to die'
Buyht ste esMo e


Mother recalls
fire that killed
one twin,
injured another
BY BETHANY CHAMBERS
Staff writer
DAYTONA BEACH -
Robin Cain sat in the wait-
ing room of a friend's auto-
motive shop on a recent
chilly evening, looking for
solace in the sparseness of
the empty room. Her deep
brown eyes welled up with
tears as she stared out an
open window.
While the TV news mur-
mured in the background
and a train whistle sound-
ed in the distance, Ms.
Cain, 36, reflected on the
past month of her life.
For it had been exactly
one month since a week-
end visit with her children
turned tragic. A late-night


fire killed her 4-year-old
daughter, Krystal, severely
burned Krystal's twin sister,
Kathryn, and destroyed Ms.
Cain's home.
Before the fire, Ms. Cain
shared custody of the twins
with her estranged hus-
band, Bobby Cain, and had
weekend visits with her 5-
year-old son, Chase.
After the fire, media
reports and gossip
churned, claiming Ms.
Cain was under the influ-
ence of drugs that night
and had not tried to save
her children, accusations
she strongly denies.,
The Department of Chil-
dren and Families ordered
Ms. Cain to have no con-
tact with the children
pending investigation:
The fire is being investi-
gated by state fire mar-
shals, but the official cause
has not yet been deter-
mined. No charges have
been filed against Ms. Cain.


But that is the least of her
worries.

The night of the fire

Ms. Cain said she is just
now able to talk about her
family and the night that
forever changed her life.
The fire began a little
after 11 p.m. March 16 at
Ms. Cain's South Segrave
Street apartment. It came
after a "fun" weekend that
Ms. Cain spent with the
three youngsters and their
16-year-old half-sister,
Sheyenne Lundgren.
Another son, Michael
Pinto, 15, lives with his
father in North Carolina.
The Cains were working
out a divorce after a five-
year marriage that was far
from perfect, Ms. Cain said.
The family went to the
flea market, where Ms.
Cain bought the twins
) See FIRE, A7


FRIDAY, April 25, 2008


Photo by Bethany Chambers
Robin Cain shows a new tattoo of her 4-year-old daughter
Krystal, who died in a fire last month at Ms. Cain's Day-
tona Beach apartment. Krystal's twin sister Kathryn, who
was severely burned in the fire, is recovering from her
injuries at her father's home in Port Orange


Redevelopment director gives lessons from audit


Situation 'like
going to hell
twice'

BY BETHANY CHAMBERS
Staff writer
HOLLY HILL Playing on
an old adage, Daytona
Beach redevelopment
director Reed Berger told
his peers last week: "You
have nothing to fear but
the audit."
Months after a state
audit made 22 findings of
concern for Daytona
Beach's five community
redevelopment areas, Mr.
Berger shared his experi-


ences in a presentation
entitled "Lessons learned
from the State Audits" to
dozens of redevelopment
directors gathered at the
Holly Hill Recreation Cen-
ter last week.
The state had audited.
the community redevelop-
ment areas, those portions
of the city deemed blighted
and earmarked to receive
special tax funding, at the
behest of Mayor Glenn
Ritchey, who promised to
make government more
transparent when he took
office last year.
With only a few in the
audience having experi-
enced an audit, the Florida
Redevelopment Associa-


tion invited
Mr. Berger,
along with I
three oth-
ers, to pres-
ent at the
j point
regional
meeting for
the east
central and
northeast
regions.
Mr. Berger adi
time-consuming
of the audit was
treating "
The audit beg,
2007 and ended
ing October. D
time, auditors p
documents front


five redevelopment areas,
which include Main Street,
South Atlantic, Downtown,
Ballough Road and Mid-
town.
The 22 findings, which
suggested the city mis-
spent CRA funds on events
promotions, lobbyists and
city police vehicles, were
not released until Novem-
Berger ber 2007.
"People from finance
mitted the told me this was unlike
process anything they had ever
"very frus- seen in depth and scope,"
Mr. Berger said.
an in April Mr. Berger was hired for
the follow- his position in May 2007,
during that as the audit began.
,ored over "I got here in May and
a the city's learned there were audi-


tors here not only from the
city, but the state. It was a
lot of digging and lot of his-
tory lessons," he said. "The
good thing was we did
learn a lot about ourselves.
The bad thing was it was
like going to hell twice."
Mr. Berger said the audit
was the first step to making
the government more
transparent.
S"I can't say the trust issue
is resolved in Daytona
Beach," Mr. Berger said.
"It'll be on us to rebuild
that trust over the years."
City officials were proud
to be able to account for
$60 million in the audit


) See REDEVELOP, A8


RIDE 'EM COWGIRL


Adriana Torres, 9, of
Daytona Beach, holds on
tight as she rides'The
Raging bull' during this
year's annual spring 'Festa
Italiana' at Our Lady of
Lourdes Catholic Church in
Daytona Beach. Funds
from the event go to
creating scholarships to
the all-faith private school.









Randy Barber
staff photographer


State rep tackles citizen's right to speak


Too much or too
little time allot-
ted at city meet-
ings?

BY JEANNE WILLARD
Staffwriter
VOLUSIA COUNTY-
Anyone who's ever attend-
ed a local government meet-
ing knows they can be long


and tedious even officials
have been known to occa-
sionally nod off.
A state representative has
introduced a bill to allow
more public participation,
which some say may make
the meetings even longer
and more tedious, but sup-
porters say will ensure basic
levels of citizen participa-
tion.
State Rep. Dorothy Hukill
is sponsoring a bill called
"Vox Populi Voice of the


People Act" seeking to
improve citizen participa-
tion by mandating opportu-
nities for residents to speak.
Government officials
weigh-in on issues at length,
however citizens are often
limited, Ms. Hukill said.
Despite Florida's open
government laws, some
municipalities thwart the
resident's right to speak by
requiring advance notice,
or classifying agenda items
as a discussion or workshop


to limit public input, Ms.
Hukill said.
"There are lots of places in
the state that have no citizen
participation whatsoever,"
Rep. Hukill said. "Whenever
you try to stifle the public's
ability to participate, then
you stifle ideas and don't
develop good public policy."
Many local officials dis-
pute the need for such legis-
lation, saying they don't need
state officials telling them


how to run city meetings and
residents are already offered
sufficient opportunities to
speak.
In addition, some officials
said the proposed changes
would lead to longer meet-
ings and encroach upon city
charters.
"It infringes on home
rule," said Daytona Beach
Shores vice mayor Jennie
Celona. "We all have city
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Prom drinking can land parents in hot water


Schools combat
underage
drinking during
high-risk prom
season
BY JEANNE WILLARD
Staff writer

VOLUSIA COUNTY -
Dress? Check. Corsage
and boutonniere? Check.
Dinner reservations?
Check. Booze? Check.


As prom season gets
underway, some students
view this annual rite-of-pas-
sage as an excuse to drink
and are finding some
unlikely allies their par-
ents.
Some parents see no
problem with supplying
teens with liquor for parties
under the theory that they
are going to drink anyway
and they believe they can
control it, said Don Murray,
Florida CEO of Mother's
Against Drunk Drivers.
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have a very permissive cul-
ture right now," Mr. Murray
said.
Parents are trying to be a
buddy instead of a parent,
he said. They are not only
risking their child's health,
because a teen's brain is not
fully developed, but are
opening themselves up to
legal liability, he said.
When it comes to supply-
ing minors with alcohol,
adults can be stepping into a
legal quagmire, experts say.
"That is the height of irre-
sponsibility," said Jack-
sonville Attorney Suzanne
Bass who has handled such
cases. "It's against the law
for minors to drink."
Many states, including
Florida, have passed "social
host" laws holding parents
liable for underage drinking.
In Florida, it's a second
degree misdemeanor to sell,
give or serve alcoholic bev-
erages to persons under 21
years of age, Ms. Bass said.
There is also state legisla-
tion proposed that would
increase the penalties for a
second or subsequent
offense to first-degree mis-
demeanor.
Parents can be arrested
and put in jail and open


themselves up to civil liabili-
ty, Ms. Bass said.
Parents may think they are
protecting the teens by
"locking" them in and tak-
ing away their car keys, but
there are other risks such as
alcohol poisoning, fights,
drowning and firearms, she
said.
"Kids are pretty creative
when it comes to using bad
judgment and harm occur-
ring," Ms. Bass said.
Alcohol is the drug of
choice amongVolusia Coun-
ty students, experts say.
A 2006 Florida Youth Sub-
stance Abuse Survey showed
that 59.4 percent of sixth
through 12th grade students
said they used alcohol at
some time.
Area high schools are
fighting teen drinking using
education, conduct con-
tracts, breathalyzers and the
threat of consequences.
It's no coincidence that
Atlantic High School will
host a "mock crash" depict-
ing the consequences of
drinking and driving the day
before its May 10 prom, said
Principal Ron Pagano.
Staged by local emergency
personnel, the crash simula-
tion uses salvage


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Andrea Reilly of Port Orange blows into a breathalyzer
held by Father Lopez Catholic High School.dean of stu-
dents Patty Dailey, before the prom last Saturday.


vehicles and fake blood to
realistically portray the cata-.
strophic injuries likely in a
real accident.
"It's a really high-impact
program that addresses the
decision-making process for
juniors and seniors as we go
into prom," Mr. Pagano said.
Father Lopez Catholic
High School randomly test-
ed students with a breatha-
lyzer as they entered Satur-
day's prom held at the 500
Club at the Speedway.
Students were told if they


failed the test or refused to
participate, their parents
would be asked to pick them
up, said Principal George
Pressey.
Students arriving at the
dance had mixed feelings
about having to blow into
the breathalyzer.
Senior Adam Posey said
it's a good idea to stop kids
from drinking, but thought
the test was unnecessary.
"I don't really have a prob-


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Community Notes


Animal shelter to
hold fund,
membership drive

The Rescued Hearts Ani-
mal Shelter will host a fund
and membership drive from
10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday,
April 27, at the Daytona
Beach Comic & Toy Show at
the Holiday Inn & Suite, 930
N. Atlantic Ave., Daytona
Beach.
Admission and parking
will be free.
The Rescued Hearts Ani-
mal Shelter, formed in 2007,
bridges the gap between
humane societies and no-
kill shelters to reduce the
population of unwanted
animals needing shelter.
For more information, call
(386) 566-3734.

April is Volunteer
Appreciation Month

Florida's Coast to Coast
Chapter of the American
Red Cross will host a new
volunteer orientation from
10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday,
April 26, or from 6 to 8 p.m.,
Wednesday, April 30.
To register, visit the Web
site at www.flcoasttocoas-
tredcross.org.
Florida's Coast to. Coast
Chapter of the American
Red Cross is located at 341
White St.
For more information, 'call
(386) 226-1400.

Registration for
kindergarteners
ends today

Kindergarten registration
will end Friday, April 25 at
all elementary schools. For
details, parents should call
the elementary school clos-
est to them.
To register a child for
kindergarten, the child must
be 5 years old on or before
Sept. 1. Parents or guardians
must provide a birth certifi-
cate or other legal evidence
of date of birth, immuniza-
tion records signed by a
physician, a record of a
recent health examination
conducted by a Florida
physician and proof of resi-
dence.
Each of Volusia's 46 ele-
mentary schools will imple-
ment a "staggered start" for
kindergarteners on the first
three days of school begin-
ning Monday, Aug. 18. Par-
ents will be notified by their
school regarding which day
their student will attend.
For more information, call
(386) 734-7190, (386) 255-
6475 of (386) 427-5223, Ext.
20000, or the elementary
education office of Volusia


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County Schools at (386) 734-
7190, (386) 255-6475 or (386)
427-5223, Ext. 60190.

Science of the mind
class scheduled

Introduction to science of
mind and spirit will be held
from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.,
Thursday, May 1, or from
1:30 to 3:30 p.m., Sunday,
May 4, at the Positive Living
Center, 1124 H Beville Road,
Daytona Beach.
An introductory class to
the background and princi-
ples of science of mind will
be held.
Also, the movie, "The
Moses Code" will be shown
at 7 p.m., Friday, May 2.
For more information, call
(386) 672-6382.

Firefighter receives
award

Daytona Beach firefighter
Jeffrey Devlin was presented
with the 2008 Outstanding
Student Award for Firefight-
er II April 16 by Daytona
Beach Community College
for excelling in his chosen
field.
Firefighter Devlin was
chosen for the spring 2007
Firefighter Minimum Stan-
dards program.
Mr. Devlin is from Mon-
roe, N.Y., and moved to
Florida in 2000. While in
New York, he served with
the New York Police Depart-
ment for eight years. He was
stationed in the Bronx area.
His father is a retired New
York City firefighter and the
main reason he became a
firefighter.
Firefighter Devlin fin-
ished the Fire Academy in
May 2007, and in August, he
finished his training as an
emergency medical techni-
cian. He was hired with the
Daytona Beach Fire
Department in October.

Rummage and bake
sale benefit planned

The Daytona Beach Area
Women's Council of Real-
tors will hold a Rummage
and Bake Sale from 8 a.m.
to noon, Saturday, April 26
at Southern Title, 2335
Beville Road, Daytona
Beach.
The public may partici-
pate. Donations will be
accepted until Friday, April
25.
Proceeds will help the
local chapter fund its edu-
cational programs.
For more information,
call (386) 214-2525 or (386)
846-5790.

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'Kids in the Kitchen'


think healthy


Program aims to
battle childhood
obesity
BY BETHANY CHAMBERS
Staff writer

DAYTONA BEACH -
Wearing chef hats nearly as
tall as them, the tiny cooks
in front of the class looked
suspicious. Could these
new, healthy foods taste as
good as a Little Debbie
snack?
One nibble of a cinna-
mon sugar chip plunged in
raspberry fruit dip was
enough. The answer was all
over the smiling faces of 4-
year-old Olivia Graham
and 5-year-old Lauren
LaBlank.
Lauren and Olivia were
just .two of the 85
preschoolers who attended
the "Kids in the Kitchen"
event at the Daytona Beach
Community College pre-
school recently.
Sponsored by the Junior
League of Daytona Beach
and the Children's Home
Society, the second annual
event was designed to help
teach children and their
parents about healthy
lifestyles. The three-hour
event included lessons on
healthy cooking, eating
fruits and vegetables, exer-
cising through play and
dental health.
Junior League members
Dawn Wandelt of Port
Orange, Patty Mason of
Ormond Beach and Kirsten
Wilgers of Daytona Beach
organized the event on a
much smaller scale last
year. They quickly realized
it needed to be much larger,
Ms. Wilgers said.
"We want to increase
awareness of childhood
obesity. It's becoming an
epidemic," she said. "We're
not only educating chil-
dren; we're educating the
parents who make the pur-


chasing decisions."
Clinical dietician Rachel
Krueger of Florida Hospital
Ormond Memorial read the
book "I Will Never Not Ever
Eat a Tomato," by Lauren
Child, to the children. She
said parents need to
encourage kids to eat fruits
and vegetables without get-
ting discouraged by set-
backs.
"I was a picky eater
myself," the Ormond Beach
resident said. "If they don't
eat it or don't like it, don't
make a big deal of it. Food
should not be used as a
punishment or reward."
Instead Ms. Krueger sug-
gests getting kids to eat car-
rots, since many dislike eat-
ing foods that are green,
dipping celery in ranch
dressing or cutting cucum-
bers into "fun shapes."
Ms. Wilgers said she has
been able to appeal to her
3-year-old son Reed's desire
to be just like his father,
Rhett, in order to encour-
age his healthy eating. Sub-
sequently, little Reed
believes "colorful food is
fun," his mom said.
"Being big and strong is
especially important to
boys. (Reed) wants to grow
older and be tall like his
dad," she said.
One of the big draws for
the children streaming into
the preschool was "Dr.
Sean," also known as pedi-
atric dentist Dr. Sean
McDonnell of Daytona
Beach.
With four kids of his own
at home, Dr. McDonnell
said healthy eating for all
the bones, including the
teeth starts at the grocery
store.
"Learn to tell them no,
then you don't have to deal
with it at home," he said,
.adding that parents should
pack lunches for school
aged children to "ensure
they're eating healthy."
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Randy Barber/staff photographer
Reed Wilgers, 3, of Daytona Beach, has a spoonful during
the second annual 'Kids in the Kitchen' event at Daytona
Beach Community College Lab School, sponsored by the
Junior League of Daytona Beach.


ears: "Dr. Sean" said chil-
dren should be chewing
sugar-free dentist-recom-
mended gums as soon as
they're old enough for
healthy teeth.
Out on the playground,
Temple Beth El physical
education teacher Jacque-
line Johnson said young
kids should be exercising
through play until they're
old enough to try organized
sports, such as tennis or
soccer.
"Toss a beach ball
around. Throw scarves
around. Get a big Hula
Hoop. Kids will have a ball
and learn to enjoy exercise
through these activities,"
she said, pointing to group
of children gleefully play-
ing with a construction
cone.
Port Orange mother Tina
Walden brought her 4-year-
old son Dylan in an attempt


to "get him into new foods."
Single dad Kenny Roy of
Holly Hill said his 4-year-
old daughter Kieleigh
begged him to come.
"Basically she wanted to
go, so I'm here. It was very
important to her," he said,
adding with a grin that it
would "help if she learned
how to cook."
Having finished their
turn as the chefs, Lauren
and Olivia sat with Olivia's
parents mesmerized by
other children making fruit
smoothies and hummus-
filled pita pockets, before
finally getting to dig into
lunch.
"They're learning healthy
eating habits," said Olivia's
mom, Claire Graham, "and
really enjoying it."
bchambers@hometown-
newsol.com


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readers.


Seven of 25 dogs
may be adopted

WESH reported that 32
dogs seized from a home
in Daytona Beach last
month will not be returned
to their owners. A judge
ruled there was enough
evidence to determine the
dogs were being used in a
dog fighting operation.
The court viewed a
disturbing tape showing
animals scarred and
cruelly treated. Animal
control officers testified
there were tools and
medications at the home
associated with dog
fighting.
Many residents called or
e-mailedWESH con-
cerned about the animals.
The Halifax Humane
Society has custody and
said seven of the dogs can
be adopted, but the other
25 will be put down
because experts said they
are either too sick or too
aggressive after being
trained to attack and kill.

Father, son
arrested in drug raid

Members of the East
Volusia Narcotics Task
Force arrested a father and
son in a raid at a home on
Gala Circle in Daytona
Beach. Dennis Kennedy,
57, and his son, Ryan
Kennedy, 23, face multiple
drug charges including
trafficking in cocaine and
Ecstasy and possession of
drug paraphernalia.
Narcotics agents also
seized drugs, cash and a
firearm from the home.'

Beach issues

The city of Daytona


CLAIRE METZ
WESH-TV News
bureau chief
Beach has opened the
door to taking more
responsibility for its
beach. City commission-
ers will notifyVolusia
County, which manages
the beach, of its interest in
enhancing beach services.
City leaders said it's not a
takeover, but they want
more say along the area's
most important attraction.
County officials said cities
can help pay for services,
but add that city govern-
ments have no say on
things such as beach tolls
and concessions.
Meanwhile, the owners
of more than 100 conces-
sions operating along
Volusia County's 40-plus
miles of beach are plan-
ning a strategy to save
their businesses. The
vendors' current 10-year
contract expires in
October, and the county is
re-thinking how conces-
sions should be operated,
who should be awarded
contracts and whether it
should be done through a
bid process. Vendors say
it's a threat to their
livelihood and are trying
to figure out options. The
County Council will talk
about the concessions at a
meeting at 9:30 a.m.,
Thursday, May 8 at the

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From page Al


charters that set rules for
meetings."
While many municipalities
offer resident time to speak
near the beginnings of meet-
ings, the Shores allocates
time at the end of each meet-
ing, something that Ms.
Hukill said discourages resi-
dents from participating.
The bill mandates a mini-
mum of 15 minutes to be set
aside for public comment at
the beginning of any public
meeting with each speaker
allowed a minimum of three
minutes to comment.
Ms. Celona said she does-
n't see any problem with
scheduling audience
remarks near the end of the
meeting.
"What happens is it's
fanatics who just get up there
and spout off and leave," she
said. "If they are really con-
cerned about the transaction
of business they will stay for
the meetings."
If an item requires longer
than three minutes, it would
be rescheduled for a future
meeting and the citizen
would be granted "all the
time necessary to make the
presentation," the bill states.
Ormond Beach Mayor
Fred Costello opposes the
bill.
"Dorothy Hukill is trying to
do the right thing to cure a
problem that doesn't exist,"
Mayor Costello said.


Ms. Hukill's bill would also
allow citizens to remove
items from the consent agen-
da during meetings.
Typically, consent agenda
items are routine, procedural
items that are not likely to be
controversial, such as
approval of minutes, staff
and committee appoint-
ments or final approval of
ongoing reports.
Mayor Costello said as long
as citizens make a request on
time, he will pull an item.
'Any citizen that asks me to
pull something from the
consent agenda ahead of
the meeting, I will happily do
it," he said.
The Volusia Council of
Governments, representing
16 municipal governments,
the County ofVolusia and the
Volusia County School
Board, opposes the bill.
The bill's next step will be a
vote on the floor of the legis-
lature; however the bill was
recently amended to allow
local governments to opt out
of the requirements provid-
ing the city adopts a written
policy developed after solic-
iting citizen input to define
terms of participation in
public meetings.
"People should be able to
talk to their elected officials,"
Ms. Hukill said.
"I think it's important and I
really believe in it."


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Above: Aidan Johnson, 4,
of Daytona Beach,
samples the fine cuisine
at this year's 'Festa
Italiana' at Our Lady of
Lourdes Catholic Church
in Daytona Beach. Funds
from the event go to
creating scholarships to
the all-faith private
school.
Right: Ryan Potter, 4, of
Daytona Beach, hopes his
aim is true as he plays a
carnival game with his
dad, Bill Potter, at the
'Festa Italiana.'


Randy Barber
staff photographer

Prom
From page A2
lem with it, but it's a little
weird," he said. "It's a little
drastic."
Mike Jaeger, junior, sup-
ported the school's efforts.
"I think it's good because
people would be showing
up here drunk," he said. "I
think it's a good idea."


Senior Chris Campbell
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ness.
"I don't think anyone
would drink anyway before
the prom," he said. "I think
it's after prom people have
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after prom at all."
Between prom, gradua-
tion and year-end parties,
it's a high-risk season for
teens, Mr. Pressey said.
"We've got great kids
here," Mr. Pressey said. "But
everybody makes mistakes.
It's the whole mentality of
(teens) being immortal."
Although the National
Highway Traffic Safety
Administration doesn't
break out statistics for
"prom season," 7;643 teen
drives were involved in
fatal crashes in the nation in
2006. Among those involved
in crash fatalities, 31 percent
of the drivers who were
killed had been drinking.
Spruce Creek High School
Principal Tim Egnor recently
visited every senior class to
discuss the risks and reper-
cussions of drinking.
"We try to work from a
prevention angle," Mr.
Egnor said.
Students are reminded
that in addition to the physi-.


cal dangers, drinking can
jeopardize scholarships,
their driver's license and
graduation privileges, he
said.
"If they come inebriated,
it's an automatic violation of
the student code," Mr. Egnor
said.
School staff will observe
students as they arrive at the
May 10 dance, followed by
further scrutiny at check-in
and during the event.
When students realize the
school is serious about its
policies, some don't attend,
he said.
"We have some people
drive up and then. drive
away," Mr. Egnor said.
Ms. Bass advises parents
to be vigilant, especially
when they are not at home
or out of town.
"Know what is going on
the premises of your home
at all times," she said.

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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

*Robin E. Thygesen, 40,
of 1100 S. Ridgewood Ave.,
Apt. 67, Daytona Beach,
was arrested April 11 on
charges of obtaining pre-
scription medicine by
fraud. Bail was set at
$1,500.
*Joseph William Scriven,
46, of 613 Kingston Ave.,
Daytona Beach, was
arrested April 11 on
charges of trafficking.
cocaine. Bail was set at
$10,000.
*Marvin Gene White,
50, of 619 White St., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
April 11 on charges of
tampering with evidence.
Bail was set at $1,500.
eCharles Edward Davis,
19, of 453 N. Keech St.,
Daytona Beach, was
arrested April 11 on
charges of aggravated
assault. No bail was set.
*Anthony Joseph
Chicoine Jr., 27, of 126
Hagge Drive, Daytona
Beach, was arrested April
11 on charges of grand
theft. Bail was set at
$1,500.
*Linda A. Thygesen, 49,
of 1100 S. Ridgewood
Ave., Apt. 67, Daytona
Beach, was arrested April
12 on charges of obtain-
ing a schedule II narcotic
by fraud. Bail was set at
$1,500.
*Sean Edward Bell, 28;
of 223 Winchester, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
April 12 on charges of
aggravated assault,
aggravated battery and
kidnapping. Bail was set
at $75,000.
*Keith Leonard King,
27, of 914 School St.,


Daytona Beach, was
arrested April 12 on
charges of unlawful pos-
session of a controlled
substance. Bail was set at
$1,250.
*Theresa K. Mangino,
51, of 507 Ridgewood
Ave., Apt. 3, Daytona
Beach, was arrested April
13 on charges of resisting
arrest with violence. Bail
was set at $2,000.
*David Smith, 37, of
533 Arthur St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested April
13 on charges of robbery
with a deadly weapon.
Bail was set at $20,000.
*Jermaine Lanier
Green, 26, of 732 West-
moreland Road, Daytona
Beach, was arrested April
14 on charges of posses-
sion of marijuana with
intent to distribute with-
in 1,000 feet of a church
and resisting arrest with
violence. Bail was set at
$13,000.
*Levar Dickerson, 27, of
1120 Clearwater Road,
Daytona Beach, was
arrested April 14 on
charges of strong-arm
robbery. Bail was set at
$5,000.
*Mary Joe Brinson, 29,
of 233 S. Franklin St.,
Daytona Beach, was
arrested April 15 on
charges of resisting arrest
with violence. Bail was
set at $1,500.
*Kayla Patrice Bryant,
21, of 304 Maple St., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
April 15 on charges of
possession of cocaine
within 1,000 feet of a
school. Bail was set at
$10,000.
*Lindsey Anne Danna,
24, of 1267 S. Beach St.,
Apt. 2121, Daytona
Beach, was arrested April
15 on charges of unlaw-
ful possession of a con-
trolled substance. Bail
was set at $1,500.
*Jamie Lo Shine Coop-
er, 28, of 789 Kentucky
St., Daytona Beach, was


arrested April 15 on
charges of aggravated
assault with a firearm,
possession of a firearm
by a convicted felon and
discharging a firearm
from a vehicle. No bail
was set.
*Kendall Burks, 50, of
600 S. Beach St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested April
15 on charges of aggra-
vated battery with a
deadly weapon. Bail was
set at $10,500.
*Anthony Craig Durias,
46, of 204 Ontario Court,
Daytona Beach, was
arrested April 15 on
charge of possession of
crack cocaine. Bail was
set at $1,000.
*Marvin Tyrone Harris,
28, of 316 North St., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
April 15 on charges of
aggravated assault,
grand theft auto, posses-
sion of a firearm by a
convicted felon, posses-
sion of cocaine and pos-
session of drug para-
phernalia. Bail was set at
$15,000.
*David Leon Gervin,
41, of 416 Margie Lane,
Daytona Beach, was
arrested April 16 on
charges of tampering
with evidence. Bail was
set at $2,250.
*Michael John
Lawrence, 27, of 725 N.
Grandview Ave., Daytona
Beach, was arrested April
16 on charges of forgery.
Bail was set at $2,000.
*Christopher Glen
Daniel, 28, of 654 Madi-
son Ave., Daytona Beach,
was arrested April 16 on
charges of grand theft
auto. Bail was set at
$2,500.
*Marvin Tyrone Harris,
28, of 316 North St., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
April 17 on charges of
possession of cocaine
and grand theft. Bail was
set at $4,500.
*Randy A. Belk, 27, of
340 North St., Daytona


Beach, was arrested April
17 on charges of grand
theft. Bail was set at
$1,500.
*Rocky Lee Hudson, 38,
of 113 White Fawn Drive,
Daytona Beach, was
arrested April 17 on
charges of possession of
cocaine with intent to
distribute and six counts
of possession of con-
trolled substances. Bail
was set at $19,500.
*Carl Anthony Boyd,
42, of 316 North St., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
April 17 on charges of
seven counts of posses-
sion of controlled sub-
stances. Bail was set at
$19,500.
*Christopher Lee Low-
ery, 22, of 1400 Hancock
Blvd., Apt. 812, Daytona
Beach, was arrested April
17 on charges of aggra-
vated assault/battery. No
bail was set.
*Brandon Lavertt
Miles, 19, of 246 Garden
St., Daytona Beach, was
arrested April 17 on
charges of armed car-
jacking. Bail was set at
$25,000.

Holly Hill
Police Department

*Aaron Mickel Heskett,
40, of 833 Grove Ave.,
Holly Hill, was arrested
April 11 on charges of
possession of cocaine.
Bail was set at $1,500.
*Margaret Diane Shaw,
36, of 1425 S. Ridgewood
Ave., Apt. 12, Holly Hill,
was arrested April 12 on
charges of uttering a for-
gery. Bail was set at
$1,500.
ePeter Joseph Furek,
44, of 105 Monte Drive,
Holly Hill, was arrested
April 12 on charges of
aggravated assault on a'
law enforcement officer.
Bail was set at $5,000.
*Austin Thomas Kain,
24, of 639 Center Ave.,


Wanted person: Matthew
Allen Pickens
Birth date: April 3, 1981
Reason wanted:
Grand theft
Last known location:
Wilbur-by-the-Sea
Distinguishing features:
Tattoo on right arm

Crime Stoppers of
Northeast Florida is seek-
ing information on the
whereabouts of 27-year-
old Matthew Allen Pick-
ens.
Mr. Pickens was arrest-
ed on March 5 on charges
that he burglarized a
house in Ormond Beach
and stole a TV A warrant
for his arrest was issued
on March 26 after he
failed to appear in court
for his arraignment.
Mr. Pickens' last
known address was on
Toronita Avenue in
Wilbur-by-the-Sea. He's 5
feet, 10 inches and about


Holly Hill, was arrested
April 14 on charges of
child abuse. Bail was set
at $1,500.
*Deborah Lynn Nash,
50, of 303 Riverside
Drive, No. 246, Holly Hill,
was arrested April 17 on
charges of possession of
crack cocaine. Bail was
set at $3,500.

Volusia County
Sheriff's Office
*Benjamin Roberts, 21,
of 1077 Peter Road, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
April 12 on charges of
cocaine trafficking. No
bail was set.


Matthew Allen Pickens
165 pounds, with brown
hair and brown eyes.
Ifyou see Mr Pickens or
know where he is, don't
attempt to apprehend
him. Anyone with infor-
mation on his where-
abouts is asked to call
Crime Stoppers toll-free
at (888) 277-TIPS.
Callers to Crime Stop-
pers will remain anony-
mous and can qualify for
a reward of up to $1,000.


*Joshua Randall Ten-
nant, 23, of 1335 Moore
St., Daytona Beach, was
arrested April 12 on
charges of possession of
cannabis with intent to
distribute. Bail was set at
$2,500.
*Nakevin Travaughn
Favors, 23, of 413 Jean St.,
Apt. Dl, Daytona Beach,
was arrested April 14 on
charges of possession of
crack cocaine. Bail was set
at $4,000.
eRandy D. Jefferson, 45,
of 1391B Fourth St., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
April 15 on charges of
aggravated battery. No bail
was set.


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Rants .


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Call the Hometown Rants & Raves line at

(386) 322-5902
or e-mail volnews@hometownnewsol.com.
Callers are asked to refrain from making slanderous
statements. Statements offact will be checked for
accuracy.



Beach services deserves local
support
It is with a saddened heart that I hear about the Volu-
sia County Council wanting to explore other options for
our beach services. These services include the food
concessions, umbrella and chair concessions, ATV con-
cessions and parasail concessions. We are talking about
more than 100 mom and pop businesses that rely on the
Volusia County Council to support them and continue a
contract (that has been in place for more than 20 years)
for their existence.
In today's economic turmoil, Volusia County is losing
more and more jobs. And now, the County Council is
seeking a change that directly effects more than 100
residents.
As a regular beach visitor, my family has frequented
many of the beach concessions and are sure to share
this asset with friends and family when they visit. All
beach concessionaires are hard working and deserve a
better support system from our County Council and
from Volusia County residents.
Think of the hours they must put into their business
to prep the equipment every morning, get the equip-
ment to the beach every day, work in the summer heat
until the day ends and the follow-up maintenance that
must be done before they can go home for the night.
And, when we have foul weather, soft sand or high tides,
there is no income during those times.
An article I read from a different newspaper said the
County Council will pay a consultant from the $350,000
annual fees paid by the beach concessionaires. Doesn't
this seem politically incorrect? Fees paid by these hard
working local business owners will be used to have a
consultant possibly advise a path that could leave these
mom and pop businesses out of business.
For any of us who care about Volusia County and local
business owners (and local families), please consider
getting involved in supporting the current Volusia
County beach concessionaires. This could be your
child's classmate's family or even your neighbor.

In response.to 'Is lottery money going to
schools?'
I can guess that it didn't.
I have seen some of the comments about the recent
cuts to benefits for the elderly, the poor and the school
system. What I have not seen is an explanation as to
how we have come to be in such a position.
I found articles on Bloomberg.com written by David
Evans, and I am dismayed to find that state funds were
invested in sub-prime debt. This is money that our state
government is supposed to have been investing conser-
vatively, yet it has been gambled away.
I wonder why we don't know about this; whatever
happened to government in the sunshine? '
These articles can be found at.Bloomberg.com; in the
search box type "David Evans" Florida. They should
come up.

Raves for a
kind person

This is a rave to thank the person who took the time
to deliver my driver's license to my house when they
found it outside a woman's club.
What a great person.
Thanks again.

Support for
Bill Clinton

When will the Republicans leave Bill Clinton alone?
He has been out of office for eight years, and yet they
still hound him.
The writer last week quoted the same old lines that
were thrown around when President Clinton led this
nation. The writer must have forgotten that George W.
Bush went AWOI and was a drunk and cocaine user.
From his first day in office, the Republican-held con-
gress fought Bill Clinton's every move. He was dogged
by special prosecutor Ken Starr, watching his every
step. And all that they could dig up was his one lie to


Letters


An essay on
corroding grammar

The query I present is sim-
ply this: Why is the English
language misused and mis-
spoken in so many ways,
such as fragmented gram-
mar, misused vocabulary
and improper syntax?
Certainly, a lack of educa-
tional funding is not the cul-
prit. Perhaps our students
are non-achievers and our
post baccalaureate degrees
are recklessly awarded to the
recipients, for they are as
guilty as anyone else.


Finally and sadly, one may
surmise from such misuse
that Americans do not con-
sider their language as a
national treasure and hence
do not treat it with the
.respect that we render to our
documents, statues, edifices
and landmarks that identify
our nation and ourselves.
This criticism is selective
and highlights a small num-
ber of the readily conspicu-
ous errors. Certainly it is not
intended to exam the myri-
ad of violations in the spo-
ken and written word.
With some thought and
little effort, the overwhelm-


Congress about sex with an intern. Isn't George W.'s
hundreds of lies worth a slap on the wrist? At least Pres-
ident Clinton's lie didn't cost the lives of more than
4,000 young Americans.
Republicans are quick to bring up Billy Carter and
Roger Clinton and even quicker to forget about Neil
Bush. Talk about a crook in Lincoln's bedroom.
Why aren't the die-hard Republicans quick to support
GeorgeW's economic policies? He has yet to say we are
in a recession and many areas are in a depression, but
he keeps sending money to Iraq. Why is George W. the
first president since Richard Nixon not to send a high
level envoy to OPEC demanding lower oil prices?
I guess last week's writer enjoys paying $3.50 a gallon
for gasoline. When George W. took office, gas was $1.25
a gallon and the federal government had a surplus of
money (thanks to President Clinton). Does anyone
remember when Dick Cheney almost killed his attorney
and then left the scene of the "accident?"
SHad Bill Clinton or Al Gore done this, the Republicans
would be demanding that they go to prison. I could go
on and on, but Hometown News has only so many
pages.
Historians will rate George W. right down there with
Herbert Hoover and Richard Nixon as one of our
nation's worst presidents.

In response to
'No new banners'

Stupidity is in the eye of the beholder.
At best, one would have to have a "willing suspension
of disbelief" to elect a president who has so much diffi-
culty accurately stating the truths in her own life.

A revelation

Republicans have known it since 1992 Bill and
Hilary Clinton are nothing but frauds.
It took the Democrats 16 years to find that out, and
they are finally getting rid of the fraudulent Clintons.

Solution to high
oil prices
The mid-east oil cartel is holding high oil prices over
the industrial world and strangling our economy.


ing majority of Americans
are capable of addressing
and correcting a plethora of
errors that are so noticeable
in common parlance. How-
ever, when our government
and most politicians have
little interest in propagating
our language among the
inundation of immigrants
and among the massive
Spanish-speaking popula-
tion, there is little incentive
left for Americans to speak
and write their language
correctly other than person-
al pride.
The importance of lan-
guage should be empha-


sized in our schools and uni-
versities in all areas of study.
Our language preserves our
culture and raises the
pedestal of our civilization
for future generations.
Some suggestions in this
regard: Know the meaning
of the word employed in the
sentence; guessing is gam-
bling. For instance, one
word that is universally mis-
used is "mundane." It does
not mean boring. For this
purpose, a dictionary is
helpful.

PaulYamin
Daytona Beach


They are billionaires, but because of their location,
they cannot feed themselves. We do that, along with 50
percent of the rest of the world.
We should charge $100 a bushel for our corn and
wheat. Then, sit back and wait to see if they starve
before we walk!

Marine preacher and small town pain

It amazes me that Fox News can make a major catas-
trophe for Barack Obama for the sermons of a south
side Marine called the Rev. Wright who was taught to
speak tough from his Parris Island drill instructor.
Then, they humiliated him further for describing pain
from the small town people when their main income
source goes to Mexico.
Fox News gives the Clintons a free ride for their fami-
ly member's history of decades of approved adultery,
draft dodging, poor imitations of the shot and a beer
crowd and unmitigated lies about sniper fire in
Bosnia.
It appears to me that characters on Fox News are all
insidious newsreaders of a script prepared by their
multi million-dollar media mogul owner Rupert Mur-
dock.

True meaning of Olympics is lost

I have been watching the sad show of people over
the Olympic Torch. Yes, we disagree with how China us
run, but when did the Olympics, which is supposed to
be athlete against athlete, become the time to stand
up for political reasons? Politics should not now or
ever be part of the Olympics.
I find it amazing that people are in the streets trying
to attack a young person who is doing nothing more
than proudly carrying the Olympic torch. What has
happened to the citizens of the United States? Have we
become so petty and feel that we are so righteous that
we forget what the Olympics are really about?
I don't like what is going on in China either, but I
have a different way to battle it. I stop shopping at
Wal-Mart; I refuse to purchase anything made in
China. In my mind, if I want China to understand that
I don't care for its actions, I feel it is better to cut them
off financially. If you don't like what China is doing,
boycott their products. Do not punish the athletes who
have worked so hard to compete with people from all
over the world and try to win a gold medal.


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matching pink and blue
sunglasses, and attended a
barbeque with the children's
grandmother, Susan Cain.
Sunday evening, Chase
watched cartoons in his
bedroom as Sheyenne
taught the twins the words
to the Tim McGraw song,
"Where the Green Grass
Grows," and they made up a
little dance.
"It was so cute," Ms. Cain
said. "They loved to sing and
dance."
By 8:30 p.m., the kids were
in bed. Ms. Cain went to bed
at 9:30 p.m., and Sheyenne
and her boyfriend, Thomas
Crespo, said they'd be up for
another hour. Thomas was
staying the night to carpool
to work at Wal-Mart with
Ms. Cain at 7 a.m. the next
day.
A little after 11 p.m., Ms.
Cain got up to go the bath-
room, she said.
"I heard Thomas yell,
'Fire!' and Sheyenne was
running to get help, but
when she opened the front
door, the whole house filled
with smoke," she said. "It


was so hot. I was standing at
the top of the stairs and the
fire extinguisher wouldn't
work ... I did everything I
could until I had to get out."
Realizing her three
youngest children were not
outside and watching as the
fire quickly escalated, Ms.-
Cain said she tried to run
back into the house, but was
pulled back by a neighbor.
Another neighbor, Linda
Cacaci, 57, recalls Ms. Cain
then "collapsing on the
cement yelling, 'My babies!
My babies!'"
A neighbor, Michael Scott,
pulled Chase from the fire
before the Daytona Beach
Fire Department arrived.
Firefighters rescued
Kathryn, but were unable to
locate Krystal before it was
too late.

Rumors
and innuendo

Losing her children, Ms.
Cain said, was "the worst
thing that could happen,"
and having people question
her love for them is "heart-
breaking."
"I did try. It was bad. I
would have gladly died. I


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Photo courtesy of Robin Cain
Kathryn Cain, shown here at Arnold Palmer Hospital, sur-
vived the fire along with her 5-year-old brother Chase and
16-year-old half sister Sheyenne.


don't care," Ms. Cain said,
sobbing as a friend
embraced her. "My babies
didn't have to die."
Family friend Michelle
Bell, whom the children call
"Auntie," said she has spo-
ken to Chase recently and
suspects he may have acci-
dentally set the fire.
"He said the mattress was
on fire and he flipped it
over and smoke got in his
eyes," she said. "Then he
said his shoes got burned
up. I was like, 'whoa.' I did-
n't ask him nothing. He just
blurted it out."
Ms. Cain asserted she did
not set the fire and sugges-
tions to the contrary are not
only "false," but have "hurt
and upset" her.
"People look at me like I
purposely killed my child. I
didn't," she said. "Everyone
is entitled to their own
opinion, but people need to
know the truth."
She admits she was treat-
ed for drug addiction at the
Stewart-Marchman center
nearly four years ago. And,
even though she regularly
attends Alcoholics Anony-
mous meetings, she had
been drinking the day of
the fire.
"I had had five to six
beers and quit drinking
when I cooked dinner," she
said. "The fire happened
five to six hours after I
stopped drinking."
She has been sober the
month since, she said.

Painful memories

On personal leave from
work at Wal-Mart, Ms. Cain
sometimes just walks the
aisles of the store or sits at
her friend's automotive
business, thinking about
the twins as wailing babies
or rambunctious toddlers.
"I can't remember for the
life of me which one cried
when they had their ears
pierced," Ms. Cain said,
rubbing the goosebumps
that cross the new tattoo
of Krystal's face that
adorns her right arm. "I
think it was Kathryn. Krys-


Photo courtesy of Robin Cain
Four-year-old Krystal Cain, shown here the day before a recent fire took her life, loved to
sing and dance, her mother said.


tal was the daring one."
These memories keep
her mind racing 24 hours a
day, Ms. Cain said.
"I'm trying to keep
myself busy and focused,"
she said, taking a drag
from a long, thin cigarette.
"Grief counseling is help-
ing, but I just started. I'm
in shock."
Having lost custody of
her children, she has
focused on finding a new
home and cleaning out her
old one. She and her sister
buried the family's two 6-
month-old kittens, Kit Kat
and Snickers, that died in
the fire and retrieved a few
clothes that survived.
Last week, nearly 500
photos, including some
from that weekend, were
extracted from the memo-
ry card of a charred digital
camera found in the
house.
Ms. Cain picked out one
photo that showed Krystal,
having just cut her own
hair with scissors and
looking like Pebbles from
the Flintstones, smiling in
the grass.


A family torn apart

Ms. Cain worries about
Sheyenne, a straight-A stu-
dent who was dual-enrolled
at Mainland High School
and Daytona Beach Com-
munity College. Now, she's
thinking about dropping her
plans to become a nurse.
Ms. Cain wants Chase to
have grief counseling, and
she also hopes Mr. Cain
"won't rush (the children) to
get back to normalcy" now
that Kathryn is home from
Shriners Hospitals for Chil-
dren, in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Kathryn has her wounds
dressed twice a day and
must lie on her back as her
medication seeps into her
burns. She is still in a special
suit for burn victims, and
endures painful physical
therapy on her left hand.
She is not yet back in pre-
school.
"What if they're outside
playing and somebody
bumps into her? That will be
painful," Ms. Cain said.
"Other kids are rough and
cruel."
Kathryn has told family


members she sustained her
wounds "falling in the
street," Ms. Cain said. She
has not talked about the fire.
The family has had little
communication.
"This tragedy has really
torn them apart," Ms. Bell
said. "This family already
had difficulties. This is just
too much for a person to
bear."
Ms. Cain, meanwhile, is
making plans to thank the
firefighter who rescued
Kathryn and the neighbor
who rescued Chase. She
wants to have what remains
of Krystal's clothing made
into teddy bears for her
other children and would
also like to have a tree plant-
ed in Krystal's name at Sun-
rise Park in Holly'Hill, where
the children often played.
As Ms. Cain retreats with-
in herself, Ms. Bell grabs her
hand and reminds her she
has "a rocky road" ahead of
her that can be overcome.
Ms. Cain cracks a half smile
and runs a hand through
her chestnut hair.
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again."


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Event draws 400
girls; gives them
chances in math
and science
BY BETHANY CHAMBERS
Staff writer
VOLUSIA COUNTY
Kayle Edwards and Jennifer
Heller stood in the middle of
the gymnasium staring up at
the rafters as their whirligigs
danced through the air.
The Hinson Middle
School sixth-graders weren't
just playing around one
school day last week.
They were learning sci-
ence and math.
More than 400 gifted pre-
teen and teenage girls from
around Volusia County
attended the 16th annual
Women in Aviation Day at
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical
University April 15.


The event, which included
flight simulators, a Wright
flyer, tornado chamber and
jet dragster, invited girls to
spend the afternoon doing
hands-on activities that
showed that math and sci-
ence can be fun and encour-
aged girls to enter those
fields.
For 11-year-old Kayle and
12-year-old Jennifer, science
is a must in their fields of
choice: the aspiring nurses
both want to cure cancer.
Pam Peer, a member of
the Women in Aviation com-
mittee at ERAU, said that's
just the attitude organizers
hoped to foster.
By the time girls reach
high school, statistics show
their grades tend to drop in
math and science, Ms. Peer
said.
"It's a nationwide prob-
lem," she said. "If we start
now with the way we teach
girls, we can keep them at


the same level through high
school and into college."
The event also included a
speech by Palm Coast pilot
Judith Rice, CEO of Careers
in Aviation, a scholarship
endowment.
The university and event


sponsors paid $7,000 for the
event so that all the girls
could attend for free, Ms.
Peer said.
This year's event was
slightly different from past
years in that organizers
invited high school ninth-
graders in addition to mid-
dle school girls. They also
made a rule that girls can
only attend once, in order to
open the event to other stu-
dents. Next year they'd like
to see booths sponsored by
more regional and national
companies, Ms. Peer said.
Though ERAU, with a pre-
dominantly male student
body, sponsors the event to
encourage girls to enroll at
the university, it's "not a
sales pitch," Ms. Peer said.
"There are so many fields
that require math and sci-
ence that people don't real-


ize,"
she said. "It's important to
let girls know you need to be
involved and keep up with
your work. It's OK to excel.
You won't be singled out ...
Girls can literally be rocket
scientists."
Renee Cormier was chap-
eroning the Ormond Beach
Middle School group that
included her daughter,
Carly. She said her mother
was the first female council
member in her hometown
of Lynn, Mass. and she
hoped her daughter would
continue that pioneering
history.
"She needs to see the
options that are out there
and get a different perspec-
tive," Ms. Cormier said.
"She's not sure what she
wants to do, but I would love
for her to go to college."


rteen-year-old Caitlyn Hazard
)rmond Beach Middle School
es the controls of a simulator
icting the Wright Brothers'
airplane as ERAU student
es Mitchell looks on. The
bry-Riddle Aeronautical
iersity annual Women in
ition Day at the ICI Center in
tona Beach brought more
n 400 students from across
isia County to learn about
.ers in aerospace and science.


ly Barber
photographer
Squishing a bag of pink
homemade silly putty in her
hands, Carly said she plans
to use her science skills if
becoming a professional
soccer player doesn't work
out.
"I like biology. Being a
children's doctor just seems
fun," the 13-year-old sev-
enth-grader said. "Plus, I
want to go to Africa."
Loretta Wilary, chaperon-
ing the Sacred Heart
Catholic School group, said
there are so many career
options available to girls
today.
"When I went to school,
you didn't have the same
choices. You came out a
nurse or an English teacher.
The girls and boys went dif-
ferent ways, with boys

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and "there was no evidence
found of illegal activity,"
Mr. Berger said.
"The feeling was corrup-
tion is going on some-
where and we've got to
find out where it is," he
said. "People spent a lot of
time in our office and did-
n't find it, but they found
mistakes.. Has anybody
had an audit that was per-
fect?"
Since the audit, the city
has worked with the Flori-
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Mr. Berger said.
City officials will also
focus on "process, proce-
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for in the plan.
"You can't go out and do
many of the things you
think you can, even if it
was a broad goal in your
plan," he said. "You can't
just 'fight crime' or 'do
promotions,' if you don't
say how, when and where."
The city will, however,
"battle" to continue
spending CRA money on
promotions for events
occurring in redevelop-
ment areas, Mr. Berger
said.
The auditors said that
promotions spending was
prohibited in state statute.
The Florida. Redevelop-
ment Association is cur-
rently promoting a bill in
the state legislature to add
promotions as a specifical-
ly allowed use.
Letting the public "know
the purpose of the funds,"
is the most essential
change the city can make,
Mr. Berger said.
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administration complex in
DeLand.

Bonner may become
a charter school

A nonprofit group that
operates charter schools in
Flagler County has a
contract to open a charter
school in Volusia County in
the fall. Academies of
Excellence wants to open in
Bonner Elementary School
in Daytona Beach. Bonner is
set to close, along with three
other schools in the area, at
the end of this school year
because of budget cuts and
declining enrollment.
Rosie Morales, director of
Schools for Academies of
Excellence, said Bonner is
the perfect fit for their
charter. Ms. Morales said
they would serve the same
local population currently
enrolled and would encour-
age a small, close-knit
learning environment. Ms.
Morales said charter schools
are subject to the same
scrutiny as any public
school in the state, but cut
costs at the administration
level. Many parents and
community leaders WESH
spoke with are delighted
with the charter prospect,
but the school board first
has to declare the property
surplus before any charter
could operate at Bonner.
Several charter groups have
inquired about the property.

Firefighters brush
up on training

It is a season residents
dread, but firefighters have
to be ready for wildfire
season. In Daytona Beach,
it's all about training. The
city fire department has
been holding refresher
courses for firefighters who
will sooner than later be
called on to use all the gear.
They've checked brush
trucks, hoses and reviewed
strategy and safety meas-
ures to protect homes and
keep wildfires from raging
out of control.

Gunman receives
life sentence

AVolusia County man
found guilty of first- and
second-degree murder will
spend the rest of his life in
prison. Charles Coleman,
34, was convicted of
gunning down Carl Speights


and Israel Garcia in Decem-
ber 2004 as the men sat in a
car outside a home on Essex
Road in Daytona Beach. Mr.
Coleman got life in both
killings, but the sentences
will run concurrent.

Thrift store owner
helps the uninsured

The owner of a thrift store
in Holly Hill is doing a
remarkable service for the
community. Mari Mishaan
recently opened Pink
Ribbon thrift store at 1629
N. Ridgewood Ave. near
Flomich. She and her
mother, Diana McCrory,
who works with her at the
shop, are both breast cancer
survivors.
Even though their main
goal is to make clothes and
other items affordable, Ms.
Mishaan has a second
mission: She is using profits
from the business to buy
mammogram gift certifi-
cates for the uninsured. Ms.
Mishaan said she was lucky
she could afford to have
early detection tests, but
she is aware that many
other women and some
men can't afford tests
without insurance. Ms.
Mishaan pays her bills and
takes a small salary, but the
rest of the profits go to the
gift certificates.
She has a box set up on
the front counter, and
women place their names in
the box. At the end of every
month, Ms. Mishaan draws
a name out and awards the
certificates to people in
need. She's been at her new
site just a month and has
already purchased four gift
mammograms for folks who
can't afford the exams.
Here's hoping her profits at
Pink Ribbon thrift store
soar!

Motorcyclist dies
in median crash

Ormond Beach Police said
a local motorcyclist was
killed when she hit the
concrete median dividing
the east and westbound
lanes of State Road 40 west
of the Interstate 95 over-
pass. It's unclear why
Kimberly Searles, 45, lost
control of the bike, but she
was thrown on impact and
died at the scene.

Shark bite victims
now total seven

Volusia County is running
high in shark bite numbers
this year and the long


summer is still ahead.
A seventh person, a 14-
year-old girl, was bit by a
shark in knee-deep water
last weekend. The teen was
surfing near the jetty in New
Smyrna Beach early in the
morning when she felt the
shark bite her just below her
knee. She didn't see the
shark, but rescuers treated
her at the scene, and her
father took her to Bert Fish
Medical Center where the
wound was deep enough to
require stitches.
All the bites this year have
happened in the same area
near the jetty where baitfish
are plentiful and juvenile
sharks feed on them,
sometimes mistaking arms
and legs for fish.
In 2001, the so-called
"Year of the Shark," 22
people were bitten by
sharks in Volusia County,
giving the area the dubious
distinction of being called
"The shark bite capital of
the world."

Copper thief stalls
radio station

Sheriff's deputies said a
copper thief in Oak Hill
knocked an Orlando area
radio station off the air for
more than 24 hours.
Deputies said Brian Benson,
24, admitted he cut 40 feet
of copper cable at the
station's transmission tower
site in Oak Hill after climb-
ing nearly 40 feet up to get
his hands on the valuable
tubing. It's the third time the
tower site was hit, but Mr.
Benson is only connected to
the most recent theft.
WNUE 98.1 FM, the
Hispanic station, went off
the air at 1 p.m. and wasn't
restored until about 5:00 the
following day.
Station officials said it cost
them $5,000 to get on the
air, but they can't estimate
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becoming firefighters and
police officers," the New
Smyrna Beach resident said.
"We don't put kids in a sin-
gle category today."
While making candy air-
planes, Ms. Wilary's daugh-
ter Jaclyn, 14, proved her
mom's theory correct.
"I really like astronomy.
It's everything in time and
space," she said. "I'm think-
ing about maybe working at
NASA."
Jaclyn said she was made
fun of as a child for enjoying
"video games and Legos,"
but it "was no big deal."
At the Air Force station,
girls tried on jumpsuits and
learned about women in the
military from ERAU stu-


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advertisers. A thief also stole
copper from a tower site in
Edgewater that is used by
Volusia County and Verizon,
but so far, no arrests in that
case have been made.

Long term drug
investigation
successful

The Volusia Bureau of
Investigation, a multi-
agency task force, has
broken up what they said
was a huge drug trafficking
network in the New Smyrna
Beach area.
Agents said Marcus
Peterson, 36, headed the
organization that distrib-
uted massive amounts of
cocaine, about one kilo per
month, on the streets. In
addition to Mr. Peterson, 18
others were arrested,
including Mr. Peterson's
father and brother.
Mr. Peterson was picked
up in the dawn raid at a
home on Enterprise Avenue
in New Smyrna Beach.
Several other homes were
targeted including a house
on Josie Street where agents
said they found drugs, guns
and cash. The raids and
arrests cap a three-year
investigation dubbed
"Operation Rock Star."

Gator capers caught

The great gator caper
went awry in Daytona
Beach Shores recently when
five Embry-Riddle Aeronau-
tical University students
were caught almost red-
handed trying to steal a
baby alligator from a local
business. A passing officer
spotted the students at
Congo River Miniature Golf
where a fenced-offpond of
baby alligators is part of the
attraction. Apparently, the
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do aerospace engineering,"
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too tempting. Police said
while two jumped the fence
to try to capture a gator, the
other three acted as look-
outs. It's all caught on video
surveillance from the
business, so police said they
have an ironclad case.
Police said the students
ran, but were quickly caught
and admitted the shenani-
gans. Each spent a brief
time in jail before posting a
$1,000 bond. The university
won't say what, if any,
disciplinary action will be
taken against the suspects.

Children shocked by
backyard discovery

Some children playing on
the beach in Wilbur-by-the-
Sea made a disturbing find
when their ball rolled in the
backyard of a beachfront
home at 4275 S. Atlantic Ave.
The kids stumbled on the
skeletal remains of an adult
male, and by the looks of the
remains, investigators
believe the man has been
dead at least several months.
The bones were covered by
thick, tall grass at least two-
feet high.
For now, investigators call
the discovery suspicious and


haven't said yet if someone
lives in the home where the
bones were found or whether
anyone from the area has
been reported missing.

Autopsy confirms
drowning death

A preliminary report from
the medical examiner labels
the death of a tourist in
Daytona Beach Shores
recently an accidental
drowning. Witnesses said
Paul Peters, 50, was playing
in the surf one moment and
floating face down the next.
Beach patrol officers said Mr.
Peters was caught in a rip
current and wasn't breathing
when he was pulled from the
surf.
It is the first drowning
death of the year along the
Volusia County shoreline,
and this one occurred in
front of a manned lifeguard
station. Rescuers said they
have reviewed the response
and said they got to the
victim as quickly as they
could once they realized
someone was in trouble in
the water.

Claire Metz is the WESH 2
News bureau chieffor
Volusia and Flagler counties.


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Gentlemen's cub avoids fines; violation stands


Attorney says
owners will be
more 'cautious'
BY BETHANY CHAMBERS
Staff writer
DAYTONA BEACH A
special magistrate issued a
stern warning to owners of
the Lollipops Gentlemen's
Club recently: Violate city
codes again and fines will be
levied.
The club's owners were
found in noncompliance of
city codes for nudity ordi-
nance violations committed


during Biketoberfest events
in October 2007. They were
not, however, fined for the
violations.
The city is allowed to levy
fines of up to $1,000 a day
for violations that are com-
mitted and not addressed
within a given period of
time.
City attorney Anthony
Jackson said the ruling was
typical of those involving
violations that occur during
special events.
"Typically in these types
of cases, it's different from a
residential code violation,
which takes time to comply
with," he said. "In these


cases, they just don't do it
again."
Daytona Beach attorney
Brett Hartley represented
Lollipops owner Miles Weiss
and club property owner
and stakeholder Ron Bynum
at the April 8 hearing.
Mr. Hartley said the ruling
"had some teeth to it but no
bite" and "the club is
relieved not to have a fine
levied."
At the time of the viola-
tion, Lollipops owners were
embroiled in a legal battle
with the city regarding nudi-
ty ordinances. Mr. Bynum
said he had reason to
believe his case would be


heard by the U.S. Supreme
Court, and dancers at the
club would be allowed to
perform fully nude. The
court refused the case in
February, and a city law
requiring dancers to wear
bikinis was upheld.
Not having to pay fines
was a win for the club after
many losses in other courts,
Mr. Bynum said.
"We finally won one that
doesn't mean much," he said.
Mr. Bynum said he believes
the case was the result of
"typical retribution for per-
sonal stuff I'm involved in,"
namely his involvement as
the co-founder of a political


action committee called
Striving Towards a New Day-
tona, or STAND, which is cur-
rently circulating petitions
for city charter amendments.
Mr. Hartley said the club
will be "cautious to remain in
compliance."
"When (Police Chief Mike
Chitwood) made the state-
ment that he would back the
paddy wagons up to the
clubs, Lollipops did not have
to hear it twice," he said. "In
raids that found (nudity vio-
lations) at (adult clubs) Club
Topic and Shark Lounge, we
were in 100-percent compli-
ance."
Mr. Jackson said law


enforcement will continue
to monitor Lollipops and the
other clubs that have had
violations regularly.
That's nothing new, Mr.
Bynum said.
"It's selective enforce-
ment," he said. "I can't even
get a hot dog cart on my
property, but there were two
tables selling knock-off purs-
es across the street during
(Black College Reunion), and
I've had people selling alco-
hol out of their cars by my
property."

bchambers@hometown-
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Schools to hold kindergarten orientation


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

Elementary schools in
Volusia County have sched-
uled orientation for incom-
ing kindergarten students.
The purpose of orientation
is to familiarize parents and
students with the school
and provide answers to
questions.
For more information


regarding when and how to
register a kindergarten stu-
dent, parents should call the
elementary school closest to
them or the support services
center at (386) 255-6475 (for
the Daytona Beach area) or
(386) 427-5223 (for the New
Smyrna Beach area), Ext.
20000.
Ormond Beach
*Pine Trail, from 9 to 10:30


a.m., Friday, April 25;
*Pathways, from 8:30 to 10
a.m., Thursday, May 8;
*Tomoka, from 8:30 to 9:30
a.m., Tuesday, May 13;
*Osceola from 9 to 10 a.m.,
Tuesday, May 6, and from 9
to 11 a.m., Aug. 14;
*Ormond Beach, from 7 to
8 p.m., Aug. 13.
Daytona Beach
*Longstreet, from 8:30 to


10:30 a.m., Friday, April 25;
*Holly Hill, 9 a.m.,
Wednesday, April 30;
*Westside, from 8:30 to
9:30 a.m., Wednesday, April
30;
*Pierson, from 8:30 to 10
a.m., Monday, May 12;
*Hurst media center, from
8:30 to 10 a.m., Thursday,
May 22;
*Ortona, from 9 to 10 a.m.,


Thursday, May 22.
Port Orange
*Sweetwater multi-pur-
pose room, at 8:30 a.m., Fri-
day, April 25;
*South Daytona, from 8:30
to 9:45 a.m., Tuesday, April
29;
eSpruce Creek, from 9 to
10 a.m., Friday, May 2;
*Sugar Mill multi-purpose
room, from 8:30 to 9:45 a.m.,


Monday, May 12;
*Port Orange Elementary
at 8:30 a.m., Saturday, May
17.
New Smyrna Beach
*Coronado cafeteria, from
9 to 10 a.m., Thursday, May
8;
*Read-Pattillo, from 6:30
to 8 p.m., Tuesday, May 13;
*Cypress Creek from 8:30
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FRIDAY, APRIL 25
*Port Orange Founder's
Day Open House: The Port
Orange Historical Trust will
present its sixth annual event
from 2-4 p.m. at 3431 Ridge-
wood Ave. Participants will
hear stories about the area.
Those who have old photo-
graphs or funny stories about
Port Orange and its people are
encouraged tp attend. Refresh-
ments will be served. For more
information, call (386) 252-
6133.
*The 2008 Hitmakers: Star-
ring Greg Cardino and John
Rhodes, this show will feature
music from the 1950s through
the 80s at 7 p.m. at the
Ormond Beach Performing
Arts Center. The Follies
Dancers also will perform. For
tickets, call (386) 676-3375.
-The Great Decisions dis-
cussion group: Members will
meet at the Habitat Thrift Shop
in New Smyrna Beach. The
topic will be "Latin America."
The public may attend. For
more information, call (386)
663-4034.

SATURDAY, APRIL 26
*Barbecue Chicken Dinner
Fundraiser: Dinners will be on
sale from 4-7 p.m. in the park-
ing lot of Coronado Methodist
Church, 201 S. Peninsula Ave.,
New Smyrna Beach. Knights of
Columbus will prepare the
dinners, which cost $7 each
and include one-half barbecue
chicken, beans, cold slaw and
a roll. Guests may use the
tents and picnic tables in the
park, but takeout also will be
available. Proceeds will benefit
Family Promise of Southeast
Volusia to aid homeless fami-
lies in the area. For tickets and
more information, call (386)
428-7161 or (386) 427-1115.
*Rummage and Bake Sale:
The Daytona Beach Area
Women's Council of Realtors
will hold this sale frbm 8 a.m.
to noon at Southern Title,
2335 Beville Road, Daytona
Beach. Proceeds will help the
local chapter fund its educa-
tional programs. For more
information, call (386) 214-
2525 or (386) 846-5790.
*Pretty Hat Tea: The Day-
tona Beach Section of the
National Council of Negro
Women will stage this annual
event from 1-3 p.m. in the
Graduate Seminar Room at
the Center for Civic Engage-
ment at Bethune-Cookman
University. The donation is $20.
Proceeds will benefit commu-
nity projects. For more infor-
mation, call (386) 252-8816.
*Pancake Breakfast with
Firefighters: Edgewater fire-
fighters will host a pancake
breakfast from 7-11 a.m. at the
Edgewater Fire Hall, 2618
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authentic cuisine


BY ANITA BEVINS
Staffwriter


DAYTONA BEACH If
you see the "Mariachi
Man" wearing a sombrero
on Beville Road, follow
his directions into Village
Plaza to Mariachi Restau-
rant.
Since the restaurant sits
back from the road,
owner Elsa Rein hired the
Mariachi Man to attract
business to the restau-
rant.
"We've been open since
December 10, and people
who come to eat, come
back," Ms. Rein said. "But
people don't know we are
here."
Once discovered, it is
apparent that Mariachi is


no ordinary Mexican
eatery.
The tastefully painted
tan and terra cotta walls
frame the open seating
area where tables are
dressed in white cloths
and set with china and
fresh flowers.
The menu deserves
careful study. In addition
to traditional Mexican
fare such as tacos, enchi-
ladas, chimichangas and
fajitas, Mariachi also
offers rarer delicacies
including Lengua al Vino
slices of beef tongue in
a Spanish sherry wine
sauce roast duck,
Cuban entrees and paella.
Ms. Rein recommends
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'Wine Down' with a glass of red


Event will
benefit PACE
Center for Girls
FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

Wine Down Wednesday at
Martini's CHOPHOUSE
Restaurant will be held from
5 to 8 p.m., May 7 at 1815


South Ridgewood Ave., in
South Daytona and will
benefit the PACE Center for
Girls in Ormond Beach.
The curriculum at PACE
focuses on quality, gender
responsive programs for at-
risk girls from middle to
high school. The program
produces life-changing
opportunities for a better
future through education,


STAR SCOPES
James Tucker


Week of 04-25-2008

Aries-March 21-April 19
You have strong instincts. You shouldn't have to
struggle. It doesn't matter what others around you
think, as long as you are happy with your own
results. Inspiration is the fuel that keeps you dream-
ing of new and better ways in life.
Taurus-April 20-May 20
You know what you want in advance and make the
necessary preparations to bring ideas into reality.
Stay true to yourself, but remain open to the needs
of others. You were born to be of service to others.
Gemini-May 21-June 21
Measure the quality of life by the joy you feel in your
heart. Sometimes it is good to step back and re-


counseling, training and
advocacy.
The cost of Wine Down is
$12, which includes a wine
glass to sample various
wines from several regions
in the world and appetizers.
PACE Center for Girls will
receive 50 percent of the
door proceeds.
According to Renee
McQueen, executive direc-


tor at PACE, many of the
girls have been victimized
or abused.
"PACE's highest priority is
and always will be the needs
of girls! Our funding comes
in part fronk the Depart-
ment of Juvenile Justice and
Department of Education.
The funding received from


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evaluate your priorities. Then catch a second wind
and step on the playing field again.
Cancer-June 22-July 22
Making the most of each main event in life is the
key to your success. Things aren't always perfect. No
one said you have to be a perfectionist. Your strong
heart and spirit keep you motivated to go forward.
Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
Facing your daily challenges in life and confronting
them one at a, time keeps sanity and balance. If
you let things slide, they build up and overcome
you. This makes you frustrated. Delegate a few
things less important. This is no time to get side-
tracked.
Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22
You have a number of strong blessings. You have
inner strength, strong beliefs and a good nature.
When you are happy, the glow radiates out and
warms the hearts of others.
Libra-Sept.23-Oct.22
Your natural passion for life is contagious to those
around you. The most highly evolved Libras think
with their heart not the head. First, let your basic
instincts guide you. Then take action on your priori-
ties.


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Sunday


Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov. 21
Never mind what the critics say, go ahead with your
plans. Refuse to let naysayers hold you back or tear
you down. You have much universal energy in-your
favor right now. Keep an eye on your dream.
Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21
You have so much belief in the power of the human
spirit. Your faith is strong. Your trust in others is a
tremendous example of living by the higher laws.
Fear is not in your vocabulary.
Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19
The moon in Capricorn gives you an emotional edge
this week. Follow your heart when making deci-
sions. Your loyalty and compassion make you a lov-
ing, trusted friend at home and in the workplace.
Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18
Your judgment is strong now. Your creative energy is
clear, Neptune in Aquarius gives you added light
and vision. You also have strong communication
skills because of your quick mind.
Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20
Refuse to be bound by old, outdated belief systems
of your own or others. Take down the boundaries.
Your vision is unlimited. The time is right for change.
Choose wisely from your inner feelings.


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Hibiscus Drive, Edgewater. A
portion of the proceeds will
benefit the "Save a Child Swim
Lesson Program" Participants
also may tour the fire station.
Tickets cost $5 for adults and


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$3 for children. For more infor-
mation, call (386) 689-3662.
*Beyond Magic: Featuring
Shawn Anthony, this magic
show will be held at 7:30 p.m.
at the Ormond Beach Perform-


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The Diamonds also
form. For tickets, cal
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*The Pirates Jazz It
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al guests will perform from 5-7 p.m. at
will per- the gazebo at Flagler and Pine
II (386) Street in New Smyrna Beach.
The Pirates' blend of Buf-
: Up On fettesque originals with classic
Pirates rock and a little country fea-
tures Gary Buckles on guitar,
Justin Innamorato on bass,
Billy Games on drums and
John Hostetter on 12-string
,.. guitar and harmonica. The
band also will play original
songs. Bring a lawn chair.'Hot
dogs, refreshments and snacks
will be sold by Hopeful Gather-
ings, a Relay For Life Team
from Coronado Community
United Methodist Church. For
more information, visit the
Web site at
www.thepirates.com or call
(386) 423-9760.
*Italian Nite: This event will
be held at 6:30 pm. at the
Florida Shores Property Own-
ers Association, 2932 Lime
Tree Drive, Edgewater. A
spaghetti and meatball dinner
with salad and dessert will be
served. Barry and Sharon will
provide the entertainment.
Tickets cost $12 for members
and $14 for guests. Participants
do not have to live in Florida
Shores to be a guest or mem-
ber. For reservations and more
information, call (386) 423-
S1801.
S Parent's Night Out: Science
Night for kids ages 7-13 will be
held from 6:30-11 p.m. at the
Museum of Arts & Sciences. A


planetarium program will be
held, and pizza will be served
in the kid's wing. Also, a simu-
lation stage show, "Field Trip
to the Moon," will be shown
in Root Auditorium. The show
is about NASA's program to
return to the moon, using
computer graphics developed
by NASA. The night will con-
clude with the movie "Space
Camp." The cost is $15 for
members and $25 for non-
members. Reservations are
required; call (386) 255-0285.
*Art Walk Flagler Avenue:
This event will be held from
10 a.m.-5 p.m. in New Smyrna
Beach. The five sponsoring
galleries will represent more
than 100 artists, and dozens
of visiting artists will be set up
under canopies and tents
along the avenue. The event
also will feature ceramics,
glass blowing, sculpture and
fabric arts, as well as a free
children's activity and a deejay
at the gazebo (Pine Street and
Flagler Avenue). For more
information, ball (386) 428-
1770 or (386) 428-8514 or
visit the Web site at www.fla-
glergallerygroup.com. The
Water Taxi stops at the west
end of Flagler Avenue every
two hours starting at 12:30
p.m. For details, call (386)
428-4828 or visit www.nsb-
taxi.com.
*Book signing: The Friends
of the New Smyrna Beach
Regional Library will sponsor
a southeast Volusia authors
book signing from 2-3:30 p.m.


in the library's auditorium,
1001 S. Dixie Freeway. This
free event will feature 14
authors, who will have a
selection of their books avail-
able for sale and signing. Light
refreshments will be served.
For more information, call
(386) 424-2910, Ext. 4.
*Ballroom dance: The
Greater Daytona Chapter of
USA Dance will host this
event from 7-10:30 p.m. at
the City Island Recreation
Center, 108 E. Orange Ave.,
Daytona Beach. Ballroom,
swing and Latin music will be
provided by a local deejay.
The cost is $6 for members,
$8 for non-members and $3
for students. Attire is dressy
casual. For more information,
call (386) 756-8433.
SUNDAY, APRIL 27
*'Reaching New Horizons'
Benefit Concert: Christ Pres-
byterian Church will host this
fourth annual concert at 3
p.m. at 1035 W. Granada
Blvd., Ormond Beach. The
concert will feature Brad Yates
& Friends and several local
Christian groups, including
the Great Kids Chorus. The
concert is free to the public.
Donations will be accepted to
support Great Kids Explorer
Club, which provides free
tutoring to school-referred, at-
risk children. For more infor-
mation, call (386) 676-0276
or visit the Web site at
www.greatkidsclub.org.


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*Brooklyn Caffe Panini:
Jazz saxophonist Richard
Young will perform at 7:30
p.m., Friday. Isaac, a jazz
pianist, will perform at 7:30
p.m., Saturday, at 4649 Clyde
Morris Blvd., Unit 601,
entrance off of Herbert Street.
Admission is free. For more
information, call (386) 322-
3306.
*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 Wednesday 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
*Downwind Caf6: Expresso
Jazz Duo Denny Weaver and
Linda Flynn will perform from
7-10 p.m., Saturday, April 26,
at the Spruce Creek Fly-In, 100
Cessna Blvd., Port Orange, For
more information, call (386)
756-8811.
*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 4-6 p.m.,
Monday, April 28, at the Grand
Seas Resort pool deck, 2424
N. Atlantic Ave., Daytona
Beach. Charley will perform
from 7-10 p.m., Wednesday,
April 30, at the Moose Lodge
on Granada in Ormond Beach,
and from 7-10 p.m., Saturday,
April 26, at Julian's Landmark,
88 S. Atlantic Ave., Ormond
Beach. For more information,
visit the Web site at FiveO-
ClockCharley.com.
*Frappes North: Wine tast-
ings 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. John Mulligan will
perform April 25. Frappes is
located at 123 W. Granada
Blvd. in Ormond Beach. For
more information, visit the
Web site at www.frappes-
north.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. Participants
will learn how jam; all instru-
ments 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 infor-
mation, call (386) 236-0518
or visit the Web site at
www.hotspotcoffeeshoppe.co
m.
*Inlet Harbor: Reuben Mor-
gan will perform from 1-5
p.m., followed by Then2Now
at 6 p.m., Friday. Kenny &
Suzanne will hit the stage
from 1-5 p.m., Saturday. 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. Nor-
wood's is located at 400 Sec-


ond Ave., New Smyrna Beach.
For more information, call
(386) 428-4621.
*OM Bar & Chill Lounge:
Free wine tasting 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.
*Ormond Beach Senior
Center: The Vagabonds per-
form from 2-4 p.m. once per
month. For more information,
call (386) 763-0355.
*Peanut's Restaurant &
Sports Bar: The Joe Caruso
Blues Band will perform New
Orleans rock 'n' roll at 9 p.m.,
Friday and Saturday. Open
Jam Night with Robert Lewis 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 Thurs-
day. Peanut's is located at 421
Flagler Ave., New Smyrna
Beach. For more information,
call (386) 423-1469.
*Pub 44 Riverfront: Darcy &
Bill will perform from 6-10
p.m., Thursday, May 1, at 115
Main St., Daytona Beach.
Riverdan Band will perform
from 9 p.m.-la.m., May 9-10.
For more information, call
(386) 226-3000 or visit the
Web site at www.Riverdan-
Band.com.
*Venetian Bay Town and
Country Club: A concert in the
park is held the fourth Satur-
day of each month. The
evening will feature perform-
ances by local a band. Food
will be for sale during the
event.
*Vin'Yard Inc. Wine Tast-
ings: 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., Monday-Friday,
and from 10-4 p.m., Saturday.
The next tasting will take place
at 6:30 p.m., Thursday, May 1.


The theme is Spring Fling. Par-
ticipants will taste whites,
roses and reds paired with a
selection of cheese, pate,
grapes and crackers. Kim
Braddock of Republic National
Wine Distributors will be the
guest speaker. The cost is $18
per person. To make reserva-
tions, call (386) 672-5223.
*Volcano's Coffee Bar: Ben
Prestage will play blues and
Americana Friday, April 25.
The Blest will hit the stage,
Saturday, April 26, and Tyra
Bombaci & Chad Dant will
perform Thursday, May 1. Vol-
cano's is located at 1930 W.
Granada Blvd., Ormond
Beach. For more information,
call (386) 236-1234.
*WineStyles events: At the
Shoppes of Yorketown, 1665
Dunlawton Ave., Suite 105,
Port Orange, a "Meet the
Winemaker" will be held
Wednesday, April 30. Gary
Branham of Branham Estates
will attend. The cost is $15 for
club members, $20 for non-
members. Reservations are
required; call (386) 788-7188
or go to www.PortOr-
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recent student
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Cultural, and
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munity partners' financial
support," she said. "The
monies generated from
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Three-run inning gives


Seabreeze baseball coach


milestone victory


BY ANITA BEVINS
Sports writer


In the final home game of
the season, the Seabreeze
Sandcrabs' baseball team
took the field in the bottom
of the seventh inning last
Tuesday with a two-run
deficit to Spruce Creek and a
threatening sky hanging
over the Ormond Beach
Sports Complex.
Had the rain fallen during
the game, the seniors would
not have another opportu-
nity to win a game on their
home field. And head coach
Anthony Campanella would
not have another opportu-
nity to notch his 300th win
in front of the home crowd
this season.
"A lot of this was about
me, and I didn't want it to be
about me," Campanella
said. "Tonight was our sen-


ior night, and it was all
about our seniors. There
were a lot. of emotions
tonight especially for a lot of
those guys. Tonight might be
the last time they get to play
baseball again or play on
this team."
So it was fitting that senior
Andy Swain was the first
runner to cross the plate in
the three-run seventh
inning, setting up a dramat-
ic come-from-behind victo-
ry.
As the lead-off batter in
the seventh, he singled to
right to get on base early in
the inning. The next batter,
Josh Camilletti, advanced
Swain to second. Senior T.J.
Harbuck's single to center
gave Swain a chance to
reach home safely, bringing
the 'Crabs to within one run
of the Hawks.
With one out, another


Swain, younger brother
Mark, found himself on first
as a speed runner. With the
bases loaded, senior Kamaal
David's walk to first allowed
the tying run, putting Mark
in position to make the go-
ahead score.
"They won the game, and
I had absolutely nothing to
do with it. I'm not taking any
credit for this. Campanella
said in between congratula-
tory hugs. "They came back
and persevered and they did
what they had to do to win."
The team emptied its
water coolers on Campanel-
la and the slaps and hugs
came from every corner of
the field. On cue, the rain
began to fall, a salute to the
winningest coach in Volusia
County, his team, his staff
and his fans.
"We go way back. We went
to high school together so it


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Seabreeze High School baseball coach Anthony Campanella talks to his team after win-
ning his 300th game, a school record for coaches.


is real special for a whole
bunch of us," assistant
coach Bill Gahagan said.
"It's great to see how many
people came out to support
Campy. It wasn't just fans,
but former administrators


and classmates of ours from
high school."
Seabreeze finished the
regular season 15-9 before
facing Mainland in a district
tournament play-in game
Monday night. The Sand-


crabs entered this week's
tournament as the No. 4
seed. (Results not available
at press time.)

bevins@hometownnew-
sol.com


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Senior Eric Sayger of the Seabreeze High School tennis
team serves during regional competition at Tomoka Oaks
Country Club in Ormond Beach.



Seabreeze tennis


returns to state


BY ANITA BEVINS
Sports writer

Even after learning that he
would return to the Florida
High School Athletic Associ-
ation state tennis champi-
onships as part of the
Seabreeze High School boys
No. 1 tennis duo, Erik Sayger
had a bigger task on his
mind.
"I'm really excited, and it
is really cool to be there,"
the senior said. "But I am
more focused on trying to
get the team there together."
Last Friday afternoon,
Sayger got his wish when
the Sandcrabs defeated Cel-
ebration in the Class 3A
regional finals at Tomoka
Oaks Country Club, advanc-
ing the entire team to the
FHSAA finals this week in
Altamonte Springs.
Sayger and sophomore
Bryce Robinson had already
played their way to a state
doubles berth by winning
the Class 3A District 6 No. 1
doubles title. Sayger made
it to the semi-final round of
doubles last year with part-
ner Dash Neimark.
"I hope we do really well,".
Robinson said. "Last year
Dash and Erik didn't make it
to the finals, but I'm going to
try to give Erik his last
chance to play and win
since he is a senior."
The boys' team also cap-
tured the District 6 crown
with singles wins from No. 3
Robinson, No. 4 Parker Flo-
res and No. 5 Frankie Nico-
tra. Both the No. 1 and No. 2
doubles teams also record-
ed wins in the finals.
"It was exciting," head
coach Robert Holtgrewe
said. "The first day was


close. We had 11 points and
Celebration had 10. But
after the second day we
ended up winning 18-14.
We were in the same situa-
tion last year and we didn't
come through. This year we
came through."
That pitted Seabreeze
against District 5 runner-up
Groveland South Lake for
the first round of regionals
last Tuesday. The Sandcrabs
beat back the wind and the
Eagles for a 4-1 victory.
"The wind was tough to
deal with," Sayger said. "It
takes a lot off the ball, so I
was trying to get to the net
to get the point over quick-
er."
The win over South Lake
advanced Seabreeze to the
final round ofregionals. In a
district rematch, Seabreeze
downed Celebration 4-3.
Class 3A state quarterfinals
began Wednesday and the
championships rounds are
scheduled for Friday.

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Falcons baseball finishes on



the road against Santa Fe


BY ANITA BEVINS
Sports writer


The Daytona Beach Com-
munity College baseball
teams closes out its regular
season schedule this weekend
on the road against Santa Fe,
the third-place team in the
Florida Community College
Athletics Association's Mid-
Florida Conference.
The Falcons, for the first
time in four seasons, sit a
handful of games out of sec-
ond place, and will not win a
share of the conference title.
But they did stake a claim in
one prestigious records cate-
gory this season when the trio
of Barry Rooks, Daley Cox and
Kyle Neal combined for a no-
hitter last month against
Florida Community College-
Jacksonville.
"Barry had the start and we


took him out of the game,"
head coach Tim Touma said.
"He didn't want to come out,
but he had thrown 110 pitches
in 7 innings. It's not always
about the individual achieve-
ment, we had to do what was
right for him, and that was
getting him out on the right
pitch count."
The no-hitter was the first
for Touma during his seven-
year tenure at DBCC, and only
the second in his coaching
career. "The biggest thing was
to protect the win for the
starter," Touma said. "It's kind
of like a ripple play. For all of
the days you come and do
that, you just don't see it com-
ing."
Rooks, a sophomore and
regular pitcher in the Falcons'
rotation, struck out six batters
before leaving the mound and
was credited with the win.


"In the fifth inning, Coach
reminded me about that. He
told me to stop thinking about
it-and just go out there and
pitch," Rooks said. "It's not
that easy to forget about it, but
you have to keep focusing on
the game and the batters
coming up and keep execut-
ing your pitches."
Cox, a freshman relief
pitcher, kept FCCJ at bay dur-
ing the eighth inning. Neal
finished out the ninth, while
keeping the no-hitter jinx at
bay by ignoring the fact that
the mound had a streak run-
ning.
"You try not to pay atten-
tion to it," Neal said. "You
don't want to be the one to say
anything about it."
Cox pitched to four batters
in the final inning. He walked
one, two popped out and one
batter grounded out. That


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Jeff Stanley of the Daytona Beach Community College baseball team pitches against St.
Johns River Community College at home last Friday. DBCC beat St. Johns, 15-5.


performance helped the Fal-
cons hold onto a 7-0 win.
"We had a comfortable
enough lead that we didn't
want to go to our closer Cody
Schlagel," Touma said. "We
weren't trying to get the no-
hitter; we were trying to win,
and those were the guys we
had for relief. The no-hitter


was a bonus.'
Schlagel, a sophomore
headed to Southern Missis-
sippi on a baseball scholar-
ship next fall, is the king of
pitching under pressure, and
gets his best game going in
close situations.
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with runners on base,"


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-Halifax baseball vs. River-
bend Academy 2:30 p.m.
-Florida High School Ath-
letic Association softball
,regional semifinals (TBA)
-Class 1A track and field
state finals at Showalter
Field (Winter Park), 9 a.m.
-Class 4A and 3A track and
field regionals (TBA)
-Class 3A singles and dou-
bles tennis finals at-Sanlan-
do Park (Altamonte Springs)
8 a.m. and 10 a.m.
-Class 1A singles and dou-
bles tennis finals at Red Bug
Lake Park (Casselberry) 8
a.m. and 10 a.m.
-DBCC golf regional quali-
fier at LPGA International
Golf Club (April 25-26)
-Daytona Cubs at St. Lucie
Mets 7 p.m.
-Daytona Beach Thunder-
birds host Tennessee Valley
at the Ocean Center 7 p.m.


April 26
-Walter Hurst Elementary
School track and field meet
at New Smyrna Beach
Sports Complex 9 a.m. to
noon
-Class 2A Track and field
state finals at Showalter
Field 9 a.m.
-FHSAA first round flag
football finals play-in games
(TBA)
-BCU softball at Florida
A&M (Tallahassee) 1:00 p.m.
and 3:30 p.m.
-DBCC baseball at Santa
Fe 1:00 p.m.
-Daytona Cubs at Jupiter
Hammerheads 6:05 p.m.

April 27
-BCU softball at Florida
A&M (Tallahassee) noon
-Daytona Cubs at Jupiter
Hammerheads 1:05 p.m.

April 28
Daytona Cubs at Jupiter


Schlagel said: "I've always
loved that part of the game,
when the adrenaline starts
coming and I feed off of it."
The Falcon pitching corps
has one final test this season,
facing Santa Fe Community
College in Gainesville. Game
time is scheduled for 1 p.m.
Saturday.




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Hammerheads 7:05 p.m.

April 29
-David C. Hinson Middle
School basketball and
Ormond Beach Middle
School (boys at 5:30 p.m.,
girls at 7 p.m.)
-FHSAA baseball regional
quarterfinals (TBA)
FHSAA softball regional
finals (TBA)
-FHSAA second round flag
football finals play-in games
(TBA)

April 30
-BCU softball vs. UCF 1:00
p.m.
-Daytona'Cubs vs. St.
Lucie Mets at Jackie Robin-
son Ballpark 7:05 p.m.

May 1
Holly Hill Middle School
basketball at David C. Hin-
son (girls at 5:30 p.m., boys i
at 7 p.m.)


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with warranty $950.
Have many major
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Goldstar, 5K BTU, like
new w/analogue controls.
$50ea, 386-767-4091
AB LOUNGE 2 Max-
strengthen, Tighten, &
tone abs, w/DVD & man-
uals, $39, 386-594-4244
AIR CONDITIONER-
window unit, 12,000 btu 5
yrs, works good, $100
obo, 386-238-4045 Vol
ARC WELDER- 110V,
$35, Also lawn cart $15
386-788-3181 Pt Orange
ARMOIRE OAK for comp
or tv like new doors lock
pull out shelves $75.
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ART CELTIC knot work
print by Ben Boos pen/ink
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LIN- with cases, $100
each, 386-441-3117 Vol
AWNINGS, Aluminum-
for double window 122"w
like new $125obo,
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AWNINGS- 1 is 7ft, 1 is 5
ft. $20 ea. 386-767-2995
BED FRAME 4 poster,
queen, beautiful, $50. 2
drawer file $10.
386-566-2720 VOL
BED, QUEEN- pineapple
poster complete w/box
spring & mattress $150.
386-252-5664 Vol
BED, TWIN- Like New,
Sears-O-Pedic, firm mat-
tress, box spring & frame
$100, 386-290-8620 Vol
BED, TWIN- w/storage
$125. 386-672-8879 Vol
BILLIARDS/Table hock-
ey game- combo, not a
miniature, floor model,
$100, 734-674-7612 Vol
BIRD CAGE- like new
16x22x36, $65, power
wheels barbie, $75,
386-322-0695 Vol
BIRD CAGES (2) Irg bird
$50. beannie babies 1
bag $25. 386-254-4814 N
Vol
BOOKCASES- Set of 3,
$100, Arm chair with
reen & gold upholstery
30obo, 386-290-2221
BOX SPRINGS- (2) &
mattresses, twin, nice
frame, very clean. $125.
386-672-7248
CAB TOPPER- & Tool
box for small short bed
truck, $75 each obo,
386-252-2778 Vol
CAMERA BAGS- Tenba,
pro camera bag, dark or-
ange fabric, Ig, $25, med,
$20, 386-788-2621 VOL
CAMERA- ARGUS,
$150, Vivitar, Pentax,
Polaroid- all 3 for $50
386-767-9400 S. Daytona
CARPET SHAMPOOER-
New Maytag Legacy. incl
shampoo, 5 brushes,
more $185 386-409-8744
CARTOP CARRIER-
Sears x-box vinyl gray &
white, needs new straps
$35 386-290-8925
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CHAIR, LAZYBOY- Lift
chair, Dark tan, like new,
$195, 386-423-1357 Vol
CHAIR, RECLINER,
swivel rocker, beige, like
new $99 386-453-6032
CHAIRS, Swivel- (2),
bar/counter, white metal
framed, black/gray cloth
seats $150 386-767-3166
COMFORTER FULL new
aqua w/shell design sham
bedskirt $10.
386-676-0781 N Vol
COUCH w/ 2 Recliners-
$150, Tall oak dresser,
$45, good condition,
386-566-6950 Vol
COUCH- FLORAL blue
& pinks $50, also blue
swivel rocker $40
386-258-7559 Holly Hill
CRIB with Mattress-
cherrywood color, nice,
$60, 386-255-3419 Vol
DECANTER NORMAN
rockwell 23 ct gold self
portrait $25.
386-334-9897 N Vol
DEHUMIDIFIER SEARS
mod 5341 40pt per day ex
cond $80. 386-767-7926
SVol
DESK, Computer & chair
$28, Entertainment cen-
ter, $23, 386-428-3557
DESK, COMPUTER-
corner $150obo, Dresser,
wood, 6 drawer medium
brown $50, 386-290-4136
DESK, Computer- corner
$40, Portable Basketball
hoop, $40, 386-756-8402
DESKS, 2 w/drawers $60
both, Yardswing $20, Van
bench seat, $20, L-shape
desk, $45, 386-236-8406
DINETTE SET 4 uphol-
stered swvl chairs $75.
golf set ladies $35.
386-427-5198 S Vol
DINING SET table 1 leaf
4 chairs china cab. $195.
OBO 386-253-0574 N Vol
DISHWASHER, GE- built
in, like new, $80, Steel
pre-hung, ext. door, good
seal, $25, 386-214-7943
EMBROIDERY Machine-
Brother, Disney, like new,
$200, 386-257-4696 Vol
ENTERTAINMENT CEN-
TER- custom built, for
great room or garage, 10'
long, $200, 386-402-4721


ENTERTAINMENT CEN-
TER- wood with glass
doors, TV included, $25,
386-437-5362 Vol
FIREPLACE SUPERIOR
brand heatilator type
$200. call for detail
386-427-6651 S Vol
FISH STAND- wrought
iron, holds 29 gal tank,
$30, 386-478-0233 Vol
FREEZER, Chest- small,
$100, Truck Bed cap,
Black aluminum, for short
bed, $100, 386-846-9489
GARMENT RACK-
Rubbermaid enclosed
$15 386-763-1827
GENERATOR- electric,
$75 386-238-1564
GOLF BAG & Travel
Case- Black, Cart type,
excellent condition, $49
both, 386-677-8234 Vol
GOLF CLUBS- 1 ladies
set $50, 1 means set $50
386-236-9771 Daytona
GOLF CLUBS- left long
pttr $60 Ody dual force
$60 Pine Pal $45 or all
$150 386-761-8127
HORSESHOE SET-
Spaulding Chrome &
Brass, professional set w/
case, $30, 386-426-2944
JEEP COVER'keeps rain
out when top is off $60.
386-673-6607 N Vol
KITTENS- Healthy,
adorable. 1st shots,
wormed, GOOD HOMES
ONLY! 386-689-4174
LAMPS PR w/shades
$22. typewriter table, roll-
ers $18. 386-428-3123 S
Vol
LAWN MOWERS-
Craftsman 22" propelled,
excellent cond, $95, push
mower $45 386-788-2730
LAWNMOWER, Crafts-
man- Riding, 11hp, 42"
deck, good condition,
$125, 386-402-4912 Vol
LOVESEAT- off white
floral $40. Printer, copier
& fax HP V40 w/extra
cartrid $40 386-760-3292
MASSAGE TABLE earth-
lite harmony 2 w/ case ex
cond $195. 386-756-7767
S Vol
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MEAT SLICER- 115vlts,
1/3hp, $25, (4) Fishing
boat seats, gray, w/ ped-
estals $40, 386-295-8673
MOTORCYCLE BAGS-
Leather, Fit Harley Dy-
nawide Glide, $50,
386-682-5576 Vol
NINTENDO 64-
w/controller $35. Also 6
games, $3 each
386-615-9092 Ormond
PAINTING DISNEY little i
indians $100. beatles 2
record alb 1967-1970 -
$50. 386-423-9669 S Vol
PATIO TABLE- white
wicker & glasstop, $35,
Basketball system, porta-
ble, $75, 386-334-0621
PET CAGE- 6.5x 5.5x3.5,
custom, w/extras, $200,
386-428-6490 Vol
PHOTO PRINTER color
epson-r260 new never
used sell for $50.
386-760-5297 N Vol
POOL VACUUM- above
ground, Brand new never
used, $75, 386-761-2174
POWERWHEELS
QUAD- Ninja w/charger,
$35, 386-478-0142 Vol
PURSES- Dooney &
Burke $45, Brighton $40,
(2) Prom Dresses, Size
2, $50ea, 386-672-5213
RAMPS- TOWPOWER,
tri-fold, 15001b capacity,
new $90 386-852-8289
RECLINING BIKE-
Stationary, Tunturi, E504.
$25 386-334-0593 i
REFRIGERATOR KEN-
MORE 18cf white ice
maker good cond $100.
386-672-4671 N Vol
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Ireland, Open Range,
5'5"x7'8", like new, $80,
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SAW, Band- w/stand, 9"
throat $50, 2 toilets $20
ea, Car cover for Toyota,
$30, 386-409-5422 Vol
SAW, TABLE- Joiner
combo- craftsman, 3/4hp,
heavy duty, older, belt
driven $75, 386-761-2489
SHOWER CURTAIN &
access. $15. table glass
beveled edge 42x72 $35.
386-441-2004 N Vol
SLOT MACHINE-
Olympia Excellence, Las
Vegas sounds, bells
whist $200 386-615-1744
SLOT MACHINE- Sam-
my, w/ tokens, ket & in-
structions, great condi-
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SOFA SLEEPER- Sim-
mons, Queen, $120, Hot-
point Washer, older, $40,
386-424-6170 Vol
SPORTEK ELLIPTICAL-
Model EE220, hardly
used, with manual, $75,
386-427-3293 Vol
SPORTS CARD collec-
tion- football & baseball
cards, 20,000+ collected,
$150, 386-424-1751 Vol
STROLLER, Eddie Ba-
uer, Car Seat Combo,
blue/tan, good condition,
$75, 386-761-5973 Vol
SURFBOARD 7' like new
$125. (1) 6' $55.
386-756-0587 S Vol


SURFBOARD- Also
wetsuit & boardbag. All
for $200 386-314-1476
SWORD- MASONIC
Knight Templar, 35" long,
excel, cond. pearl handle
$200 386-672-3814
TABLE, 4 Rose Ladder-
back chairs, $150, Hot
Water Tank, 40 gallon,
$40, 386-252-5674
TABLE, DINETTE Set- &
4 chairs, like new, $150,
386-767-7477 Vol
TABLE, Dining Room-
Rectangular, Beveled
Edge, Glass Top, 42x72,
$125obo 386-402-4227
TABLE- High-top w/4
chairs. Very nice $200
386-615-7676 Ormond
TABLES- COFFEE, end
& sofa w/matching stone
lamp $200 386-566-6525
TIRE CHANGER, Air-
$135, 386-345-3601 Vol
TOOL BOX & Tools-
Craftsman, 4 drawer, with
mix of tools, $100obo,
386-478-3758 Vol
TOOL BOX, Truck- Dee
Zee, diamond plate, full
size, drop in, excellent
cond $125, 386-947-2013
TREADMILL SEARS pro
form 320X hardly used
$125. 386-672-8024 N
Vol


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Dogs
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3 Year Distemper $26
Bordetella $14
3DX Heartworm Testing $22
Routine Worming $7-$15

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mattress, wood finish,
$35, 386-427-9675 Vol
TRUCK TOOL box alum
full sz like new cost $225.
sell $125. 386-760-7259
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Truck Tool Box full size,
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386-690-9017
TV EMERSON vcr combo
$50. vcr emerson $35.
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VIOLIN & FLUTE- Stu-
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WASHER- Whirlpool,
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price by $130,000 below
owners cost. Priced now
at $250,000. Fully
furnished Oceans 5
condo. 21st floor
penthouse 2-br/2-ba
Oceanfront & Halifax
River View, Enclosed
parking. 407-321-2007
FORT PIERCE Surfside.
3/2 & 2/2 duplex with
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to beach, boatramp &
parks. New roof/windows.
$390,000 772-971-8547
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with Beautiful ocean
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Rare 3/2 ground floor
condo in quiet Coronado
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just painted, new carpet,
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Recently painted, fenced
ard, close to everything.
109,900. Better Homes
&Props, Mike Flannery,
Realtor 386-793-3833
Daytona Beach New
Price $120,400. 2br, 1ba,
eat-in kit., inside laundry,
fenced yard. 140 Center
St.' Local Broker& Asso-
ciates 386-846-3290
DAYTONA BEACH
SHORES- 1 block to
ocean. 2br/lba, 2 story,
full basement on fabulous
high lot. Priced below
appraisal 386-761-3884
DAYTONA BEACH-
Reduced Again I Easy to
show 3/1 Close to every-
thing, schools, shopping,
hospital. New roof '05.
Remodeled kitchen, new-
er appl. eat in kit. Inside
laundry. Buy Now Make
Offer. $118K Helen
Scott, Dees Realty
386-212-1456
DAYTONA BEACH-
Charming spanish home.
2/1, hardwood floors, eat
in kitch, huge garden tub,
large yard. Buy $103K or
lease option. 866-
599-1344 727-709-5682
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DAYTONA Beachside-
Estate Salel Low Prop-
erty Taxes. 2BR home,
bright rms, all hardwd
firs. Newly tiled fam. rm.
Listen to ocean sounds
from scr. porch. See Now
$159,000 City Realty Co.
Ditha Sander
386-767-5609
DELTONA 3BD/2BA on
Lake Louise built in 2000.
1650sf,Must Sell! $210K.
Furnished optional. To
view: 2512 Weatherford
Dr. Call 989-674-2584
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HOLLY HILL Owner
Says Sell! -Nice 3/1
home on large 132'x75'
cul-de-sac lot, 15x15
deck in fenecd backyard.
Inside ladry. Ecl. bk porch
Make Offersl $135K
Helen Scott, Dees Real-
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HOLLY HILL What a
great buy! Spacious 4/3
pool home, 2 car gar. on
cul-de-sac Only $189,900
Better Homes & Props.,
Call Zoraida Vollinger,
Realtor 386-795-6550
ORMOND BEACH
Plantation Pines Horse
Country 3/2/2 completely
remodeled. New Kitchen
with granite counter 2+
acres. owner/realtor
$249,900. 386-295-6294
ORMOND BEACH -
Across from golf course,
new roof, beautiful hard-
wood firs thruout Irg fam.,
formal din. 3br 2ba over-
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renovated. $169,500.
Coldwell Banker Sandy
Taylor 386-405-7023
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Great buy in Northbrook
3br, 2ba, 2cg, pool, huge
fenced bkyard. All this on
a corner lot. $244,900
Better Homes & Props.,
Mike Flannery, Realtor
386-793-3833




ORMOND BEACH Close
to Central Park 3/2 backs
to a nature preserve in
one of Ormond's most
desired areas. Many up-
grades. $169,000. Lou
Balsano, Realtor, Better
Homes & Properties.
386-846-8044
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ORMOND BEACH-
3br/2ba. open flr. plan.
Screened porch, large
backyard. $229,900 Mike
Flannery, Realtor Better
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ORMOND BEACH- By
owner $215K. Appraised
at $284K The Crossings.
8 Cypress View Trail.
3/2/2 eat in kit, den,
386-672-8666 / 290-2545








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386-793-3833
ORMOND BY THE SEA
Bring your Toys. Quiet
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Famiep 12 car detached gar.
for livur toys. $239,900.
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386-793-38334774


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$164,900. 386-316-8286
RE/MAX All Pro Realty
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2901sf pool home with
m aculatre condo. 2200sf.
Family rm wlfireplace,
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Large fenced lot for RVs
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$164,900. 386-316-8286
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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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down payment & closing.
$875/mo incl tax & insur-
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PORT ORANGE- 3/2/2,
spacious LR/DR, extra
large kitchen, all tile,
oversized closets, FL rm,
screened rm w/hot tub,
$259K 386-760-7486
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SHORT SALE Port St.
Lucie, Vacant 3006 sq ft.
custom 4/3/2 Marble
floors, crown molding
thru-out, island kitchen
$279,000 561-644-9996
407-656-0779 see other
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SOUTH DAYTONA
Great 2br, 2ba conc. bik
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$139,900. Better Homes
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Realtor 386-793-3833

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SOUTH DAYTONA Ni.-.e
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Open kit., newer upgrds.
$149,900 Better Homes
& Props., Mike Flannery,
Realtor 386-793-3833

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Rent to own $359,900.
772-489-0180
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VERY CLOSE to the
Ocean 2BR doll house w/
spacious great rm. New
kit w/top appl. Family rm
leading to deck & Irg.yard
Hardwd flrs.$176,000
City Realty, Ditha Sander
386-767-5609



Cobblestone Village TH
/Condo. Riverfront comp
w/dock, comm.' pool,
2BR, like new. $175,000.
Leila Gosney, Realtor/
Broker 386-316-0213




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OCEAN VILLAGE Villa -
Extra Ig. plus. 1 bdrm,
pools, tennis, pets. LOW-
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Must Sell... $118,900
386-344-2600
ORMOND BEACH-
Tomoka Meadows, Lake-
view twnhme, newly ren-
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kitchen cabinets, fenced
patio. Comm pool, clbhse
& more! $79,000. Seller
is a Real Estate Licensee
386-299-4043
SPRUCE CREEK
FLY-IN Golf Villa
Townhome. 3br/2ba,
2-car gar, excellent cond,
new A/C, fireplace, wet
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gated community. $169K
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1mi. Hwy 40 frontage.
18mi. from Daytona
Beach. 954-609-2436
EDGEWATER-
20.28 acres, ready for
developer, approx. 60
lots, mitigation complete,
city water & sewer avail.
Call 386-427-8991
NC MOUNTAINS
Log cabin shell on 2.2
wooded acres, $99,900.
6 acres w/incredible
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$69,900. FREE BRO-
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OKEECHOBEE County
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zoning restrictions. 1568
sqft dblw 3/2 den, large
kit, LR, 2 stall barn & 12
x 24 storage, & 10x12
tack sheds, $190,000.
863-467-1650
ORMOND 2.8 acres
cleared & ready to build.
Environmental complete
survey on file. W. of 95
on paved road at end of a
cul-de-sac. Gorgeous &
private location for your
beautiful home & toys.
$179,500. Below apprais-
ed value. Owner Realtor
Debbie 386-341-7531
ORMOND BY THE SEA-
SE corner of Beau
Rivage & John Anderson
Dr. 77x150 partially
cleared, walk to ocean
$225K 954-791-6586
PORT ST. LUCIE
Tesoro Preserve. Lot 139.
Gated community country
club. Sacrifice. Purchase
Price $180,000. Offered
at $87,500 954-294-0294
SAMSULA AREA-
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and pines. Well drained,
great hunting, agricultural
tax breaks, 4 available,
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1999- 2/2 $102,000
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2001 3/2, $112,900
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1999- 2/2, $115,000
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2000- 3/2 $118,900
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2003 3/2 $155,000
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2003- 3/2 $174,900-
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Bright tastefully deco-
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Mostly ceramic tile floors.
Large shed, double car-
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Screened porch, carport,
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386-672-1276/451-4018
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772-204-9882
SEBASTIAN area. Intra
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sqft. 2/2 FL room. lot rent
$411 inc water, trash,
clbhse, pool, fishing pier
moor sm boat. amenities.
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beautifully wooded dock-
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pany land. Starting @
$3400/acre. Ed Hicks,
Lic. Real Estate Broker,
Timberland Investment
Properties, Inc.
828-676-0221
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
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FLORIDA LAND Starting
at $7,900 Financing
Available. Over 100 Lots
available in Counties of
Levy, Marion, Clay, Cal-
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Highland. Realtors & In-
vestors welcome.
1-718-797-0807
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FORT LAUDERDALE:
Sale or Trade Apartment
Building in exchange for
Timberland, Acreages or
Commercial Land. Call
Jaime 561-414-5554
GEORGIA
1 acre to 200 acre tracts
available in SE Georgia.
Great climate w/beautiful
seasons. Payments as
low as $233/mo. 1-912-
585-2174 or www.Hickory
HammockProperties.com
Georgia -
Land for sale Colquitt
County Georgia. 5-10
acres, excellent schools,
low taxes, owner finance.
$495 Down. Call
912-541-1837 Dan

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GEORGIA
CENTRAL GEORGIA
6.6 AC $19,900
Gently rolling, gorgeous
wooded tract w/stream
near Dublin & 1-16
404-362-8244
St. Regis Paper Co.
streiaspaper.com
GEORGIA- Ellijay 333ac
Property has it all. Short
& long range views, ma-
ture timber, pastures &
creeks. $10,900/ac will
divide. 706-540-3937
HANDYMAN SPECIAL
New Ranch w/4 bed-
rooms, 2 bath, in dry-
wall stage. Sits on 2
acres near Athens, OH.
$79,900/Reduced
*$69,900*. Owner Fi-
nancing 1-740-260-2282
ILLINOIS 240 acres
Hunting/tillable farm land.
Pond, barns, Big oak &
walnut trees, 1/2 mile of
creek running through
property. 217-357-4254
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LEHIGH ACRES, FL
Lots from $9,900; Fi-
nancing Available Call:
Jose (239) 440-6044 Se
Habla Espanol.
LOVELY 4BR/2.5BA,
2400 square foot home
on approx. 2 acres a
small rural town approx.
50mi SE of Tallahassee.
Beautiful pool & patio
area w/tall privacy fence,
Gazebo with hot tub. Re-
duced $239,000. Call
1-386-658-3378 or cell
1-386-208-2589
MADISON COUNTY, FL
Over 40 acres in a gated
community near Talla-
hassee, FL & 1-10. $112k
net, need a quick sale.
Only $2,800 per acre. A
great deal! Call
866-755-6766
N CAROLINA "Top of
Mountain" property, 3.5
acres. 80 mile views, 3
miles off Blue Ridge
Parkway, gated comm,
paved roads & utilities.
$225,000 407-321-2007
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
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
.nantahalaorooerties.com
NC LAND: Near Raleigh/
Durham. 60acs pasture/
woods $199K; 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
MUST SELL-REDUCED
Beautiful 2BR/ 2BA, fully
furnished w/ wrap-around
deck & hot tub. Like New!
Rental Income! Great
investment-Smoky Mtns.
321432-1557 $165,000
NC MOUNTAIN HOME-
SITES FROM $243/MOI*
Gated, paved, under-
ground utilities, ameni-
ties. Excellent Financing
Available! Call toll-free:
1-877-890-5253 x4086
www.seeriverhighlandsnc
.com *monthly payment
of $243.26 based upon
purchase price of
$49,900 w/90% financed
@ 6.5% via 3yr. interest
only loan.
Tell 'em you saw it in
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NC MOUNTAINS
2.2ac cabin shell $99,900
6ac. grt view. $69,900.
lac. mature woods
$29,900.
Acreage w/the best views
ever! Free Brochure. Ex-
cellent Financing.
Call 1-828-652-8700
NC MOUNTAINS
Easy to finish 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 MOUNTAINS Log
Cabin $87,900 new,
1320sq ft. cabin on 2+
acres. Easy to finish & of-
fers a nice stream, loft,
decks, close to lakes.
1-828-286-1666
NEW ARIZONA LAND
RUSH! 1 or 2-1/2
"Football Field" sized
lots! $0 Down $0 Interest
$159-$208 per month!
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8 6 6 8 1 9 2 4 8 5
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North Carolina Alarka
Highlands Grand Open-
ing Estate sized lots with
360 degrees with 40 mile
views at 4500' elevation
near Bryson City. Call
1-877-504-0005
www.alarkahighlands.com
ST AUGUSTINE: Luxury
upgraded 2 or 3br/2ba
w/deeded 50' deep water
BOAT SLIP. 1/2mi to
OCEAN INLET. Spec-
tacular views, 2nd floor,
1710sqft, Pool $835,000.
Nancy, St Johns Realty
Group 904-669-4272
nefl-beach-homes.com


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TENN Lakeview Norris
Knoxville large level lot in
upscale community only
$134,900 Michelle Mears
Coldwell Banker Wallace
& Wallace 865-661-9975
TENNESSEE
Crossville Cumberland
Plateau. Golf Capital of
Tennessee. Low taxes!
Underground utilities,
Wooded lots. Owner
financing. Starting at
$5,000/ac Plateau
Properties, Inc. www.
plateauproperties.com
1-866-490-5263
TENNESSEE
Beautifully Inexpensive.
Cost of living 17% below
National Average! Low
taxes & no state! Near
shopping & schools. Golf,
fishing, boating & horse-
back riding. 1Acre Home-
sites from $19,900
($145/mo.) City water,
paved roads, electric &
clubhouse. Owner financ-
ing. Complete home &
land package $124,900.
No hidden costs!
1-888-811-2168

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SOUTH CAROLINA
ACREAGE By Owner,
2.5 acres. Beautiful build-
ing tract. Near Lake Mari-
on. $24,900. Low down.
E-Z Owner Financing.
803-505-2161
TENNESSEE Crossville
lake lots $14,900 & up.
Mount Eagle 280ac
$700,000 Nickie at Realty
1Group nickie@realtypro
.com 931-248-3900
TENNESSEE Crossville
Golf lakefront lots, 550 ac
lake. 11 golf courses,
from $22,500, Tommy at
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 Taxl No State
Income Tax, No Impact
Feel Excellent Owner
Financing! Ask about
Mini Vacation!
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
TENNESSEE MOUN-
TAIN ACREAGE Breath-
taking Views. Streams,
Cabins Owner Financing
Call 1-888-939-2968
TENNESSEE
MOUNTAIN LOTS
1/2ac. to 5acs. Absolutely
gorgeous waterview over-
looking Cumberland Riv-
er & Lake. Sportsmen's
paradise. All utilities.
Starting $15,000. Email:
BSerina3@msn.com;
Call 1-866-369-5247
www.DycusLandinig.com,
TENNESSEE, 5.7 acres
nice corner lot on 2 coun-
try roads $36,700. 3Br
2B on Corner lot in town,
nice yard, 2 kitchens &
could be used as a Du-
plex $60,000 Homefront
Realty & Auctions, Tim
Spencer 931-242-5149,
800-459-8516
TEXAS SOUTHWEST
HUNTING RANCHES -
100% FINANCING! $875
monthly payment. 100 -
10,000 acres available.
Whitetail, Turkey, Exot-
ics. Water & Electricity
available. Call Billy
1-936-465-1541
TIMESHARE RESALES
The cheapest way to
Buy, Sell, & Rent Time-
shares. No Commissions
or Broker Fees. Call
1-877-494-8246 or go to
www.buyatimeshare.com
WESTERN NC Mountain
properties cabins homes,
acreage & investment
property. Views & creeks.
Free color brochure.
Western Carolina Real
Estate Company, Inc.
Murphy, NC. www.
WesternCarolinaRE.com
1-800-924-2635


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Summer rentals available
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DAYTONA BEACH 30
unit apt complex + 2
houses w/oceanview,
across from beach en-
trance. 1.2 acres zoning
T-1. Exceptional Value.
$3,200,000 City Realty,
Ditha Sander
386-767-5609


VERO STRIP Center.
Income, location, cap
rate, mint condition. Fully
leased $1.85m. VERO
LANDMARK Corner. 2.5
acres. + 4000 sq ft build-
ing. General commercial.
Lift station. Ample park-
ing. Sale or lease.
$899K 772-489-0180




MIMS 312 MFG home on
17 beautiful acres 80%
cleared. Great for horses
1/2 mi from 1-95 Priced
for quick sale $299,000
386-402-8141



EDGEWATER DUPLEX
NICE 2 BEDROOM, 2
BATH each unit. Never
vacant. Current income
$1,300/month. Close to
everything. Possible own-
er financing with signifi-
cant downpayment.
$225,000. 321-299-4188,
321-299-4192




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NEW SMYRNA Profes- **Spruce Creek Fly-In**
sional female looking for 2br & 3br Furnished Con-
same. Prvt bath, cable & dos Available. Long or
internet incl. laundry &
kitchen priv. $550mo incl Short Term. Country Club
utilities 386-527-6647 Properties of Spruce


ORMOND BEACH-
large furnished bedroom.
Utilities, cable, re-
frigerator, clean & quiet.
Nice area. Non-smoker.
Please call 386-677-5841
PORT ORANGE Look-
ing for professional to
share home. Full house
priv. incld pool. $550. mo
+1/2 util. Bkgrd. check.
386-761-8877
SOUTH DAYTONA-
RESPONSIBLE honest &
EMPLOYED to share
house by lake. $160/wk.
incl. utilities. Call Carol
386-871-4070



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Creek 386-756-6105
AWESOME RIVER
VIEW- Daytona Beach,
Spac. 2/1, New tile, scrd
balcony, storm shters,
dock, htd pool, clbhse,
Sm pet ok. $795 incl
cable & wtr 386-846-3882
DAYTONA BCHSIDE-
Clean cozy furn. 1BR, all
until. incl. for neat, mature
individual. No smoking,
no drugs, refs, $550
month. $100 sec..
386-257-5684/451-1640
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DAYTONA BEACH
Central Manor Apts serv-
ing adults 62+ or mobility
impaired, lbd/lba Rent
is based on income.
386-255-2622 EOH

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DAYTONA BEACH
SHORES Oceanfront Ef-
fiency newly furn. In-
cludes elec, water, basic
cable. No pets. $800.
long term 703-304-2425
DAYTONA BEACH
SHORES- Large Penthse
w/Ocean View. 2br/2ba
Pool, Fitness ctr, golf
course, drive up undercvr
parking. All appliances,
Perfect. 1yr. Ise, $1,200
mo.+ dep. 407-267-3688
hoto ad #30799 www.
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DAYTONA BEACH-
in subdivision, 2-Story,
comm. pool. 2 master
suites, 2.5 bath, LRIDR,
w/d, dishwasher.
Centrally loc. $850/mo.
386-868-4610
DAYTONA BEACH- Be-
hind mall. 2 story, 2 bed,
2.5 bath. Washer/dryer
hook-up. $795/mo +
$795 dep. No Pets Call
407-944-0088 "
DAYTONA BEACH-
Condo on the River- Fully
Upgraded. Ask About
FREE RENT. 2/2
Gated Comm. $950 mo.
Move in Now. Great Rent
to Own Option Available.
321-277-2249
DAYTONA BEACH-
Oceanview, 3/2, cable
and water incl, amenities
are pool & laundry
facilities $995/mo.
386-316-7958


REDUIEn
DAYTONA BEACH-
Remodeled lbr/lba New
appliances, carpet, & tile.
Rent includes water &
pest control. Golf course
view & pool. Nice area,
just reduced. $525 mo.
386-299-1538
DAYTONA BEACH- Wa-
terfront, new condos in
gated comm. Pool, jacuz-
zi, fitness ctr, furn., up-
graded appl. 2/2 $1295/
mo. or 1/1 $950/mo Util.
incl. 321-356-1503

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COCOA BEACH-
Port Royal Condo
2br/2ba, Fully Furnished,
1st Floor, $1200 mo. Call
Richard 407-791-6617
DAYTONA BEACH: One
Two and Three Bedroom
Apartments available.
Prices from $525.
386-566-8789
Edgewater- Waterfront.
Large 1 & 2bd. laundro-
mat, furn. or unfurn. Fish-
ing, boating, Clean & qui-
et. 1 mo Free Rent
386-423-6240
NEW SMYRNA BCH:
1br/lba/fp & patio, W/D
1920's Charm Decorated
2008 & Very clean. His-
torical area, One blk to
canal, No Pets.
407-620-5027
NEW SMYRNA BCH:
Quiet blgd, Clean Lge
lbr/lba $795/mo plus
$398/Sec, 1br/1ba
$695/mo plus $348/sec
Water & Power incl.
386-402-4757
NEW SMYRNA BEACH-
Oceanfront, The Inlet at
Minorca. lbr/lba, sleeps
4, gated comm, pool,
tennis, fitness. $600/wk.
$2000/mo. 407-383-2911
PONCE INLET-
Oceanfront furnished,
1BR, remod. extra clean.
comm. pool, $850 mo. 8
mo. lease. 1st, last, dep.
Credit ck Non-smoking,
no pets 218-831-7316
POOLSIDE CONDOTEL
Holly Hill, Free until, cable,
local phone, 1-2 adults.
Pet-drug free. $155/wk,
$600. mo. $250 sec. Call
386-334-4443
PORT ST LUCIE: Fully
furnished 2b/2ba condo
in PGA Village. Pool,
Cable incl. Rent Wkly,
Mthly, or Yrly $900/mo,
$450/Dep 407-873-0897
SOUTH DAYTONA-
Absolutely beautiful
2br/lba, Ig living space,
laundry on premises,
assigned pkg, abundant
personal pride. $590/mo.
386-383-9989 /290-6740


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


BEACHSIDE PONCE
INLET- 105 Marie.
Beautiful cul-de-sac
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
DAYTONA BEACH-
Charming spanish home.
2/1, hardwood floors, eat
in kitch, huge garden'tub,
large yard. $750/mo. rent
or lease option 866-
599-1344 727-709-5682
DAYTONA BEACH:
3br/2br at 521 Fulton St,
Appliances W/D hookup,
CHA Immediate occup
$875/mo + $500 sec, Yrly
lease, Sec 8 welcome
508-868-6096/865-7037
HOLLY HILL- 2/2, great
private cul-de-sac close
to river, Ig kitchen & walk
in closets, gar, fenced
yard, w/d, extra fridge.
$995 mo. 386-295-0319
NEW SMYRNA BEACH-
New home 4br/2ba, 3 car
gar, gated comm. Never
been lived in. Asking
$1,750/month. Also .rent
to own. 407-421-7919
NEW SMYRNA BEACH-
newly carpeted 3BR/2BA
with garage, fireplace,
community pool, Turnbull
estuary directly behind,
unfurnished. $1000/mo.
386-423-0452


RENT NOW
NEW SMYRNA: Beach-
side 2br/lba, Newly
painted inside & out, 850
sq ft, W/D incl $750/mo
$600 sec 386-478-9035
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ORMOND BEACH- cozy
cottage, 2/1, remodeled
in & out, small storage
bldg, no pets, $800 mo.
1st, last, sec. Refs req.
386-672-5425
ORMOND BEACH- Golf
course front, pool. 4/3
fireplace. Close to
school, upscale shops,
hospitals, 1-95. $2250;
1st, last, sec. Option to
buy avail. No pets.
386-290-3252
ORMOND BEACH-
Hand Ave. 4/2, all new kit
& appli, new tile & carpet.
Fenced yard, garage.
Avail now. $1200 mo.
386-299-2713 / 676-9100
ORMOND BEACHSIDE
1BR, LR, kitchen, bath.
Use of comm pool,
clbhse. Walk to ocean
and businesses. Fresh
paint $600. 386-673-8131


ORMOND BEACHSIDE
2br/lba, newly remod,
central heat/air, 1 mile
north of Bellair. $695/mo
+ dep. No pets. 105 River
Beach Dr. 386-325-6670
ORMOND BY the Sea -
Beautiful 2 or 3 BR, 2BA,
newly painted inside &
out. New carp. $950. 1st
&. $800. deposit.
386-441-5513
ORMOND BY THE SEA-
1 half block to ocean, 2br
2ba, 1 car gar, 2 living
rooms, screened porch,
large fenced yard, very
nice. $875/mo. 1st & sec.
407-716-9458
ORMOND BY THE SEA-
Great beachside
neighborhood! 3/2/2, LR,
DR, FR, oak firs. Walk to
beach. $1100. Furn or
unfurn. 305-394-0212


ORMOND/PLANTATION
BAY- FOR RENT, gated
community, brand new,
never lived in, large
3/2/2, single family home
w/screened in patio,
comm. pool, tenris,
security system, refrig-
erator & lawn service
included, golf courses
available. Must see this
immaculate home!
$1200/mo. plus security
deposit. Call Gary
386-562-6031
PORT ORANGE HAM-
LET. 3BR/2BA/2CG,
screened in pool. New
stainless appliances,
washer/dryer incld. FLS,
$1250/mo includes pool
maint. No pets. No smok-
ers. Jamie 386-795-3470
Affordable & reliable
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PORT ORANGE Spa-
cious 4Br/2Ba + den, 2
car gar. dining &'family
rm., tile firs. Very quiet
area. Avail May 1 $1300+
sec. 386-795-7144
PORT ORANGE The
Groves of Clyde Morris.
Lovely 3br/2ba/2cg, tile &
carpet firs. dining & FI
rm., Avail 5/1 $1200mo+
sec. 386-795-7144
PORT ORANGE very
clean doublewide spa-
cious 3bd/2ba, w/d hk-up
inside, Ig scr porch, car-
port. No smoking/pets
$850/mo 1yr Ise 1st/ last/
sec cred. chk & refs
386-767-0020

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Daytona:
S3/2/2, 1830 LSF, on
canal Good cond.
$1200/mos.
Prt Orange:
V3/2/2, 1350 LSF,
fenced yard,
Pool home.
$1250/mos.
2/2/l,screened
lanai Comm. pool
$950/mos. U
Flagler:
3/2/2, 1342 LSF,
canal Good cond.
$850/mos. Sec. dep.
$1000
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PORT ORANGE, Charm-
ing 2/2/2, compl. remod-
eled,all appl's,pool w/pool
& lawn service incl'd,
$1200/mo. 1st, last, sec.
No Pets. 860-305-7738
See photos online www.
HometownNewsOL.com
AD#30803
PORT ORANGE-
Brandy Hills, 3br/2ba, 1
car gar, fireplace, fenced
yard, FL room, & wet bar.
1500 + sf. $1050/mo. +
sec. 386-795-7144
PORT ORANGE-
2br/1ba, carport, utility
shed w/Florida room,
completely renovated,
1132 Greenbriar Ave.
*Lease w/option to buy.
$700/mo. 904-613-6001
PORT ORANGE- 3/1,
fenced yard, close to
schools & shopping.
Updated kitchen, Clean
and freshly painted. $800
mo + sec. 386-679-9989
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PORT ORANGE- Quiet,
Large 2/2, split plan,
1CG, fenced yard, small
pet ok with fee. $895/mo
+ sec. 386-761-4966
PORT ORANGE- Waters
Edge- newer lakefront
executive 1500 sf, 3/2/2,
grass cutting incl, $1250
mo. 6797 Calistoga Cir.
Diplomatic Realty Mike
386-453-4485
PORT ST Lucie, Gatlin
area/near Tradition. 3/2
waterfront w/ dock oppo-
site city park. Fishing,
boating, & picnics. Vaca-
tion without leaving your
home. Go to realtor.corn
#R2900580. $1250/mo.
FLS. 772-286-1734
SOUTH DAYTONA -2/2
Banana Cay Ground fir,
Nice condition! $795.
mo. Plus Security Call
Shawn Matthews,
Re/Max All Pro Realty
386-295-1896

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MINT
VERO CENTRAL BCH
Charming 3 or 2 br/2ba,
block home with terrazzo
tile firs on lush oversized
lot. New w/d. Mint cond.
Rent to own $1225/mo.
772-489-0180
WALK TO THE BEACH
2BR, 2BA, W/D hook-up,
single garage. Exc. loca-
tion. Freshly painted. No
Pets. $900 mo., $950
deposit. 386-428-1400



ORMOND / PINE RUN-
3br/3ba, w/d, fireplace,
wet bar, ceiling fans,
enclosed patio, deck.
Pool tennis. $1025/mo.
1st + security. No smok-
ing or pets. 386-334-6273
photos ad #30353 www.
hometownhewsOL.com

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Wayne Rosa

Together as a team for 20 years. formerly
of Karl's Oceanside Auto Repair.
The Omnond Garage and most recently
Granada Goodiear, have teamed up
with John, Jimmy & Pat to bring you the
BEST IN ALL domestic & foreign auto
repair, service and yes. tires in the greater
Ormond Beach Area.

Stop by and say hello
at our new location!

Ormond Fine Import Autos


JOHN IBRAMOUIC. PRNIEDM


386-672-2474
82 N. US1 ORMOND BEACH
ON US1, ONE BLOCK NORTH OF
GRANADA BLVD. (SR.40)


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Cars,


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'ORMOND BEACH-
Arbor Lakes. 3br/2.5ba,
appliances, clubhouse &
pool privileges, lawn care
incld. $875/mo. 1st, last
& sec. Call 386-445-5846
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
ORMOND BEACH/
TRAILS- Luxury 3/2.5,
2CG, fireplace, wet bar,
cath ceiling, 1880 sf,
pool/tennis. $1200/mo.
incl pest, lawn maint. no
smokers/pets, Avail. May
1st 386-334-3047
PONCE INLET-
2br/2.5ba, Across from
beach. Inside w/d. Quiet
complex. $975/mo. +
$500 sec. 1 yr. lease. No
Pets. 407-616-7216
PORT ORANGE- Intra-
coastal Villas Newly re-
modeled, 2/1.5 W/D,
Cent. located. Waterfront
w/pool. No pets/smoke.
$900/mo. 386-679-5004

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EDGEWATER Shangri-
La. Immaculate 2br/2ba,
quiet neighborhood. Gar.
W/D, lawn serve. $875mo
+sec. Very clean! Credit
check. 440-582-3606

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SPECIAL RATES
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EDGEWATER FLORIDA
Shores 2bd/1.5ba newly
remodel w/garage, vault-
ed ceilings, patio, 2302
Fern Palm $725. Avail
now 386-258-5357



ORMOND BEACH-
2br/lba, singlewide, W/D
hook-up, new paint & self
cleaning oven, no pets,
quiet area, $565/mo,
$565 sec. 386-236-8318



BOUTIQUE CAFE -
Down Town Flagler Bch.
Incds Coffees, Teas, Ice-
cream, Bakery Restau-
rant. All for $49,900!
Great Lease! Al Esposito
386-503-0936
DAYTONA BCH Pre-
mier Downtown Location
140 S. Beach St. Offering
unique office settings
300-2000 sf. All util. incld
from $390. Incentives
avail. Albert Esposito
386-503-0936
FORT PIERCE 2
buildings, 2500sqft. apt &
warehouse, 2 garages,
Fenced prop w 6' chain
link. Okeechobee Road.
$275,000 772-971-8547
see photo online at
www.HometownNewsOL.
com ad #52189
Call Classified
386-322-5949


MELBOURNE-
N. Babcock St. 1050 sq.
ft., very good cond.,
available now, $1100
mo., 321-431-1196
PORT ORANGE-
New office bldg under
construction, on US1, 3
units avail, 1488 sf each
unit. Call 386-871-6030
PORT ORANGE- US1
Finished a/c, soon to be
all new hair salon with
new equipment /fixtures.
950 sf. Call for more info.
386-871-6030
SOUTH DAYTONA-
4 finished a/c office/
warehouse units 1040sf
ea. $8/per sf. + sales tax.
NO other common area
fees. 386-871-6030



ORMOND BEACH
Offices for Rent to Lic.
Professionals fr. $900*
9x10 (90sf), 15x8 (120sf)
17.5x10, (175sf) incls.
Balcony w/view.
11.3'x 17' (195sf) incls.
Private Front Entrance,
*Incld. receptionist, basic
clerical serve & housekeep
Excellent Nova Rd
location in Park Plaza.
Arnple Parking, beautiful-
ly appointed, 400 sf lobby
Features: Wireless Hi-Spd
Internet, Digital Phone
Sys., Copier/Fax Clinician
& Patient Bathrms. (ADA
Compliant) Kitchen Area.
Call Pat 386-672-7175
after hrs 386-295-9846
Classified 386-322-5949


1929 PONTIAC 4-door
sedan. Very original &
complete. Runs & drives.
6-cyl split head engine w
overhaul, honeycomb
radiator. $7500/obo or
trade. 386-871-8663
1949 WILLYS JEEP-
Great restoration project.
Not running, includes all
original parts. $1200/offer
386-423-5463
1958 FORD 300- 2 door,
292,8 cylinder, automatic,
good condition, fancy
paint. New interior.
$12,500 386-212-1354
FORD T-BIRD 1962
wht/red w/tonneau cap,
wire wheels, original
parts,excellent condition
$25,000 772-461-5078

WOW
JAGUAR XJ6 1987 Last
year of the original body
style. Maroon exterior
with incredible bisque
leather seats. New
Michelin tires. Needs
some TLC. Great
Classic. $4,500
772-971-5420
VW BEETLE CONVER-
TIBLE 1971 Has new
clutch, & brakes, Interior
and top in good condi-
tion. Needs new paint.
2nd owner! In family for
27 years! Wife says time
to "go! $8000 firm.
772-337-3317 PSL
$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
INA
HURRY
TO
SELL??
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BEST
classified
section
on the east
coast!
HOMETOWN
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CLASSIFIED!
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EDGEWATER Furnish-
ed office space on busy
US1 to share w/long est.
attorney. Plenty of park-
ing, $800 mo. plus 1/2
utilities. 386-689-2326
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HOLLY HILL Office
space. 500+ sq.ft. central
location. $425/mo. Great
amenities. 386-214-8851

PORT ST LUCIE: Furn
Prof. Suites, Prime Port
St. Lucie Blvd. Incl
phones & internet. Start
$395/mo Pam (772)
285-6558 or Pat (772)
285-2350
www.HometownNewsOL.com


Vacation &

STravel


Warm Winter Specials at
Florida's Best Beach -
New Smyrna Beach. Stay
a week or longer. Plan a
beach wedding or family
reunion. 1-800-541-9621
or www.NSBFLA.com



ESCAPE SUMMER
HEATI 2/1.5 Condo St.
Lawrence River Upstate
New York. $1500 disc.
for 3mos. 321-951-4404
wwwvrbo.com/125971


Affordable & reliable
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[ Mi-7 (,IT, [-1
BLOWN HEAD Gasket?
State of the art 2-part car-
bon metallic chemical
process. Repair yourself.
100% guaranteed.
1-866-780-9038
www.RXHP.com
BUICK CENTURY 2000
only 36K miles. Immacu-
late cond. Loaded. Power
windows/locks. $5500.
obo. 386-252-8506 or
386-8821059
BUICK LESABRE- 1995,
garage kept, low miles,
leather interior, new tires,
like new. Asking $2250
386-673-9085
BUICK ROADMASTER-
1992, station wagon 5.0L,
V8, white w/woodgrain,
leather, all options, all
original, 89k original
miles. $5000
386-756-8869
CHEVY CAMARO- Z28,
'93, 8 cyl, auto, air, int &
ext in great shape. Excel.
on gas. Must sell ASAP.
$3100/obo 386-672-5720
photo #29164 www.
hometownnewsOL.com
DONATE YOUR CAR To
American Association for
Cancer Research Sav-
ing Lives Through Re-
search. Fast/ Free Tow-
ing, Non-Runners OK.
Tax Deductible. Call 7
days/wk 1-800-728-0801















LINCOLN TOWNCAR
'95 55K original miles.
Garaged FL car in
pristine cond. Desert
rose, cream leather
$7000 443-994-4260


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Trucks,


Vans and





SUV's


CALL (386) 255-5104


GATLINBURG Tenn
Springtime in ihe
Smokies! Near Dolly
wood. Plan your break
now. 2 & 3 br chalets with
mountain views, hoe tubs,
Jacuzzis, game rooms.
1-877-215-3335
www.marysescape.com

....


MARATHON. LUXURY
vacation homes. Ocean
Front. Amenities: heated
pool, hot tub, docks. Call
for last minute specials!
1-888-564-5800
american-paradise.com
Call Classified
386-322-5949


MERCEDES S430 2002
46K miles. Remote seats
auto sunscreen XM radio,
sun roof. 6 CD changer
$29,900 561-776-1951
VOLKSWAGEN Cabrio
02 42K miles. Pristine
cond. New tires, 1 owner,
forest green w matching
top. $12,900/obo
772-631-8975-.



JAPANESE ENGINES
Transmissions imported
direct from Japan, high-
est quality, low mileage
used engines 1 year
warranty. Remanufac-
tured engines 3 year
warranty. Delivery availa-
ble 1-800-899-1614 www.
ForeignEngines.com



DONATE YOUR Car -
Help Disabled Children
with Camp & Education.
Quickest Towing. Non-
Runners/Title Problems
Ok. Free Vacation/Cruise
Voucher. Special Kids
Fund. 1-866-448-3865
DONATE YOUR Car-
Veteran's Lodging, Inc.
Help homeless veterans
& victims of natural dis-
asters! We make donat-
ing your car fast & Easy
receive 3-vacation certifi-
cate. Call before the tax
year ends. 800-841-6225
DONATE YOUR Car...
To the Cancer Fund of
America. Help those suf-
fering with Cancer today.
Free Towing & Tax De-
ductible. 1-800-835-9372
www.cfoa.org


HARLEY DAVIDSON
1996- Ultra Classic..
Garage kept, low miles,
pics available. $9,500
obo 386-956-5162 Iv msg
HARLEY DAVIDSON:
Gorgeous 00' Dyna Wide
Glide, Many Extras,
13,000 mi. Exc Cond.
$8,500 or Trade for Four
Wheelers. 772-370-8413
SUZUKI VOLUSIA- 01,
805cc, Black & White,
Windshield, Saddlebags,
lots of chrome, garage
kept, runs great. $3300
386-439-5422
WANTED JAPANESE
Motorcycles Kawasaki,
1970-1980, Z1-900,
KZ900, KZ1000, H2-750,
H1-500, S1-250, S2-250,
S2-350, S3-400, Cash
Paid. 1-800-772-1142 or
1-310-721-0726
Call Classified
386-322-5949


17' YAMAHA Jet Boat
'97. Twin Jet, 6 hrs on rblt
mtrs. Full cover/gar kept.
Best value on mkt
$10,500 772-285-0369



20' ANGLER- '05, center
console w/ Load Master
trailer, 150 Merc, w/ elect,
like new. Low hrs $17500
obo 386-682-5913
2006 SUZUKI- 4 Stroke,
6 hp motor, 14' fiberglass
boat, galvanized trailer.
$1295 386-341-2073
26' CHRIS CRAFT 1974
Tournament. Great
fish/dive boat. Rebuilt
with twin in-board 220
Pleasurecraft V8's
$9,500/obo Ray
772-229-1229
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
$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
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TO SELL??
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on the east coast!
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ORMOND BEACH-
New 1250sf warehouse.
Air-conditioned office
$785/mo. Up to 2500sf
available. 386-672-1276
or 386-451-4018
ORMOND BEACH-
located north US1, office,
bathroom, 1000 sf,
concrete block, overhead
door. $500/mo.
386-451-4018 / 672-1276
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ST. AUGUSTINE BCH
Oceanview Condo fr $99
nite, or Oceanfront house
fr. $199nite/$1399wk,
Oceanfront wedding $349
or Historic District from
$129nite 904-825-1911
www.sunstatevacation.com
TENNESSEE MTNS.
Cumberland Plateau
Bordering The Big South
Fork Natl River/ rec area.
11 fully furn Log cabins.
www.laurelfork.com
423-286-5135
WESTERN N. Carolina
Mountaintop Log Home &
efficiency cabin rentals,
20 minutes East of
Asheville/Hendersonville.
RV & Campground. full
hook-up. Call toll free
1-877-668-4928 or visit
www.skyislandretreatand
campground.com


CANTERBURY Park
model RV in MASS. Per-
fect for entire summer.
12x40 '02, -br/lba, cath
ceiling, full size apple, Like
New. Lot good until 2097.
$48,000. 508-344-9499
DUTCHMAN LITE- 2002,
26', All accessories.
Reese hitch included.
$10,500 386-767-8284


'07 FREELANDER
2230RK
MSarP %010
NOW $48,900
'06 GULFSTREAM
ENDURA DSL
MSP '111,750
NOW *86,900
'07 AMERI-LTE 17'
SPECIAL
NOW 19,995
GIANT RECREATION
WORLD




GRAND JUNCTION 05
37.5', 5th wheel 4 slides
fireplace, awning, corian
ctrs, 2 a/c's, TV's storage
$25,500 772-643-1999
PUMA 28' '06 Slider.
Large kitchen & storage,
hitch, sways & brakes.
Like new! $12,600
772-979-6110


CHEVY TRAILBLAZER-
'02, Moving, Must sell! V6
Vortec, top cond, hitch
incl, 110K mi. Below blue
bk $7550 386-527-5807
FORD EXPLORER
SPORT '98. A/C, gd tires,
new brakes, PW, PL, roof
rack, tow hitch, CD/tape.
Runs grt, good exterior.
$5,000. 321-288-66095


CHEVY CONVERSION-
van, '92, sleeps 2, tv, 350
engine, show room cond,
high top, open to all
offers! 386-673-9085
FORD EXCURSION '00
Limited edition 4 wheel
drive. Auto trans, lifted
w/oversized tires. Black
w/tan leather interior. Ex-
cellent cond. $12,500.
OBO. 386-663-4697 or
386-547-5385.
Classified 386-322-5949


Boats &

- Watercraft


PACEMAKER CABIN
CRUISER 25', $3,500
1967 MFG Converted to
75HP Johnson outboard.
Lots of storage, metal
roof, depth finder, dock
lines, anchor, fenders,
extra tanks. Boat is in the
water on the St. Johns
River. Call 508-728-6028
PONTOON BOAT 1997
18' Smoke Craft 30HP,
trolling motor, canvas
top, swivel seats, seats 7,
trailer incl. $6000/offer
386-428-1004
Retro Island Trawler-
2006, 21ft, 70hp Suzuki 4
stroke, fishfinder, flats
jack, trailer. $30,000
386-423-1643
SEA RAY 1995 22'
Always stored indoors.
Looks & acts like new.
350 Merc. 450 hrs. Trail-
er.$14,500 386-788-7731
REDUCED 10,000!
SEA RAY SUNDANCER
'06,Generator, GPS, dual
Merc cruisers, windlass,
full head, sleeps 5, low
hours, like new. Asking
$99,500 386-527-2103
SOLDI!
I sold my'92 Sea Nymph
in 3 weeks with my
Hometown News ad!
Thanks! A.V. Mims
Wellcraft Scarab 34'
Cigarette boat, '85, 2-454
Mercs, thru-hull exhaust,
very clean, sleeps 3, dry
stored Brevard, $29,500
obo. Call 407-422-6095
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