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Vol. 3, No. 14


Your Local News & Information Source * www.HometownNewsOL.com


FRIDAY, May 2, 2008


Tension continues over accusations of impropriety


Stalking, crude
e-mails, start
'he said-she
said'
BY BETHANY CHAMBERS
Staff writer
HOLLY HILL - For only
the third time in 11 years in
elected office, Mayor
Roland Via spoke to the
city's department heads
late last week.
Although the duties of an
elected official do not
include directing employ-.
ees, a motivational' speech
was in order, he said.
"I said, 'It's time to go


back to work. This is going
to stop,'" he said.
Rife with tension for the
past two weeks, city hall
became the center of a
maelstrom April 22 when
the city's public safety
director Chief Don Shinna-
mon and police Comman-
der Mark Barker came
before the city commission
with an unusual request.
The two men wanted the
city to hire them an attor-
ney to protect them from
former city employee and
current commissioner Liz
Towsley, whom they said
was "trying to destroy"
them through "a pattern of
harassment," including
making a-flurry of public
records requests, spread-


Liz Towsley


ing rumors and stalking.
Ms. Towsley denies these
claims, and said she right-
fully requested the men's
timesheets and e-mails
sent from their city
accounts during business
hours to determine if they
were wasting time at work


on matters unrelated to
city business.
She said she was notified
something was amiss by a
concerned resident, and
was simply doing her job
by following up. The city
has no room for waste, she
said, with budget cuts
eliminating the popular
Police Explorer program
for children and water and
sewer rate increases hitting
taxpayers this month.
However, Chief Shinna'-
mon told the commission
he believed Ms. Towsley
made the requests as a
scorned former employee.
Chief Shinnamon fired her
from a civilian police posi-
tion more than a year ago.
The city's charter pre-


vents city attorney Scott
Simpson from represent-
ing Chief Shinnamon and
Cmdr, Barker because his
job "in this process is not
to protect employees" but
to "protect the city and this
commission."
By a 3-1 vote, with Ms.
Towsley out of the room,
the commission agreed to
hire an attorney for the
men.
Although several resi-
dents asked Ms. Towsley to
resign immediately, she did
not; leaving them to seek
other -avenues .to have her
dismissed, they said.
The meeting ended with
assurances from Mayor Via
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This Week


CARRIERS COLLECT
Local mail carriers are seeking
help from residents for the
'Stamp Out Hunger' food drive
this week. AI


Week in
review


PROUDLY WAVING FOR A NEW PARK


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Three-year-olds Laura Kelly and Brandon Barnes of the city's Dickerson Center Children's Program celebrate the
opening of the Breakers Oceanfront Park in Daytona Beach last week. For the rest of the story, go to page A3.


Water


bills will


increase

Minimum
increase just
under $2
BY BETHANY CHAMBERS
Staff writer
HOLLY HILL - Starting
this week, Holly Hill's water
and sewer rates will begin
inching upward, a trend
that has some residents
boiling over.
Last week, the city com-
mission approved an eight-
percent increase to the
city's water and sewer bill
monthly rates, in order to
pay for a renovation of the
city's wastewater treatment
plant.
That means a minimum
increase of $1.90 for those
residents who use 2,000
gallons of water or less
each month. The increases
should generate about
$400,000 a year for the city
I See WATER, A7


Beware of
the rips:
More than 70 Claire Melz
swimmers rescued from
chuming waters in one A3
day A3


Falcon
victory


The DBCC
women's
golf team Melissa Magdor
secures a win over a two-
weekend tournament B


Index
Business ....................... ...... A4
Classified ............................ B6
Crossword .......................... B6
Deaths ................................ . A2
Dining & Entertainment .... BI
Horoscopes .............:............. B1
Out & About ...................... BI
Police Report .................... A5
Sports ................ ............. B4
Viewpoint ............................ A6
Week in Review .................... A3


'Hound Dog Hilton'

has tails wagging


BY BETHANY CHAMBERS
Staff writer
HOLLY HILL - One of
the first guests of Holly
Hill's "Hound Dog Hilton,"
Beau, a young pit bull,
curled up nervously in the
city's new kennel last
week, tail tucked under his
body.
Mark Ballard, head of
animal enforcement,
admitted Beau wasn't real-
ly taking to his temporary
home.
"He's away from every-
thing he knows," Mr. Bal-
lard said. "It's just like a
kid, except you can explain
things to a kid."
The kennel, part of the
city's move to save taxpay-
er and citizen money, wel-
comed three lost dogs in
just its first four days of
operation.
Previously, the city took
lost and stray animals to
the Halifax Humane Soci-
ety in Daytona Beach,
which cost the city $80 per


animal. Recovering a pet
at Halifax costs an owner
$100.
After signing a tempo-
rary contract with the Fla-
gler Humane Society in
late March, the city began
construction of the kennel,
to house animals in
between officers' trips to
the Palm Coast facility
twice a week. The Flagler
Humane Society charges
the city $35 per animal.
Because the first three
dogs found were claimed
by their owners while still
in the city, the owners only
had to pay a $25 fine and
$5 tag fee. That means the
city saved $240 on
impoundment fees while
making $90, and the dogs'
owners saved $210, city
manager Tim Harbuck
said.
Building the $1,600-ken-
nel at the Public Works lot
on 10th Street was a com-
munity effort, animal
enforcement officer Sue
Meeks said.


Staff photo by Bethany Chambers
Mark Ballard and Sue Meeks, city of Holly Hill animal enforcement officers, visit Beau,
one of the first dogs to be impounded at the city's new kennel that opened last week,
known as the 'Hound Dog Hilton.' Stray or lost animals found in the city will be housed
at the kennel for three or four days before being transported to the Flagler Humane
Society.


Extreme Concrete
donated the 400-square-
foot kennel base and Bud-
get Fence donated the
chain link fence. Dona-
tions from Holly Hill busi-
nesses Volusia Property
Maintenance, Ace Hard-
ware, AC Goodier Air Con-
ditioning and Heating,
Wayne's Roofing and The


Bird Factory combined
with those from residents
to cover $1,220.
Furthermore, city offi-
cials decided to lead by
example, Ms. Meeks said.
Commissioner Rick Glass
offered his welding skills to
the construction and Mr.
Harbuck has pledged to
pay for the $20 monthly


feed bill.
"A lot of people donated
and I wanted to stay within
the spirit of helping the
animals," Mr. Harbuck
said.
Ms. Meeks and Mr. Bal-
lard said they have a wish-
list of things they'd like to


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STAND AND SALUTE


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Officer Jeremy Nickolous of the Daytona Beach Police
Department Honor Guard, salutes in honor of the new
World War I Memorial during the Presentation of Colors at
the new Breakers Oceanfront Park in Daytona Beach.


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Hometown News still tops in industry


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS
Hometown News was
once again named among
the elite in the community
newspaper industry at a
national conference last
week.
Hometown News gar-
nered second place in the
outstanding publication
category in the national
contest and won 12 awards
in 11 categories at the Asso-
ciation of Free Community
Newspapers annual confer-
ence in Palm Springs, Calif.,
last week.
HTN took first place in:
retail display advertising on
the Internet, grocery ad,
original writing (column)
and original black and
white photography.
"These awards verify
what I've been saying for a
long time," said Steve
Erlanger, Hometown News
publisher and chief operat-
ing officer.
"We did not go from not


being in existence five years
ago, to consistently being
ranked within the top three
community newspapers in
the country, without having
the absolute best team
working their tails off to
make it happen.
"We have the best team in
the industry ... in the
world."
Each year, AFCP hosts an
annual awards ceremony to
recognize excellence in
advertising, editorial and
marketing. Nearly 3,000
entries were received this
year.
"Strong local news cover-
age and ad content. Nice
editorial layout. Easy- to-
read. Healthy classified. A
great free paper," the judges
wrote in the most outstand-
ing publication category.
In addition, the paper
received the following
awards:
* First place, best presen-
tation of retail display
advertising on the Internet,


Hometown News Online.
* Third place, best pres-
entation of news on the
Internet.
* First place, best original
black and white photogra-
phy used in a news event,
Vero Beach edition.
* Second place, best origi-
nal black and white photog-
raphy used in a feature or
general interest story,
Sebastian edition.
* Second place, best origi-
nal color photography used
in a news event, Vero Beach
edition.
* First place, best original
writing (column) Port St.
Lucie editions.
* Second place, best
agency ad, Jupiter edition
* Third place, best single
color ad, Fort Pierce edi-
tion.
* Second place, best sin-
gle ad black and white, Fort
Pierce edition.
* First place, best black
and white grocery ad,
Jupiter edition.


* Second place, advertis-
ing promotion, New Smyr-
na Beach edition.
In addition, Jim Kendall,
Hometown News chief
executive officer, was
named Publisher of the
Year during the confer-
ence. He just completed
his term as president of
AFCP.
"I feel blessed to work
with so many dedicated
and talented team mem-
bers who made this award
possible," said Mr. Kendall.
In 2002, Hometown
News :opened its doors in
Fort Pierce with three pub-
lications and a circulation
of 65,000.
Today, HTN publishes 17
editions each week with a
combined circulation of
450,000.
"It is extremely satisfying
and encouraging to be
consistently recognized as
one of the top community
newspapers in the coun-
try," Mr. Erlanger said.


GARDEN GROWERS GATHER


Members of the Magnolia
Garden Club of Daytona
Beach volunteered to spruce
up the Pinewood Cemetery at
the corner of Main Street and
Auditorium Boulevard in
Daytona Beach. The garden
club began its project by
filling urns with flowers in
hopes of giving the historic
cemetery a little beauty. Most
of the graves in the cemetery
are of war veterans. From left
to right: Erene Thomas,
Florence Soliwski, Loretta
Byrum, Sally Reelick, Faye
Barkholz and Ann Eifert, all of
Ormond Beach.


Randy Barber
staff photographer


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Deaths


Charlotte S. Cooke
A memorial service for
Charlotte S. Cooke, 81, of
Daytona Beach, was held
April 23 in the chapel of
Baggett & Summers Funeral
Home.
Born in Water Valley, Miss.,
and raised in Junction City,
Kan., she moved to this area
in 1981 from the Washing-
ton, D.C., area.
Mrs. Cooke is survived by
her husband of nine years,


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Carla Laseter of Charlotte,
N.C.; and six grandchildren.
Memorial donations in
Mrs. Cooke's memory may
be made to the favorite char-
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Condolences may be
shared with the family at
www.lohmanfuneral-
homes.com.
Arrangements under the
direction of Baggett & Sum-
mers Funeral Home.
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Park

home to

more than

namesake
'By BETHANY CHAMBERS
Staff writer
DAYTONA BEACH -
Twins Olivia and Annika
Thomas, 9, frolicked
around last week as the sea
breeze whipped their Sun-
day best dresses around
their calves and blew sand
in their hair during the
grand opening of the new
Breakers Oceanfront Park.
While other children
squealed in the new splash
fountain, .Olivia and Anni-
ka, along with their 6-year-
old sister Augusta, acted
like miniature adults.
After all, it was their
grandmother Virginia
Brown who had worked so
hard to have the generic
Oceanfront Park's name
changed to reflect a historic
hotel that once stood on the
site.
As the sisters plotted play
plans for 'future park visits
sans Mary Janes and tights,
some of the older folks in
attendance reminisced
about the park's history
while pondering the lasting
legacy of some of the land's
former owners.
When the city of Daytona
Beach began purchasing
the property for the future
park five years ago, the area
was ubiquitous for "street
people," said Mrs. Brown's
husband, Tom Brown.
But it hadn't always been
that way, said Daytona
Beach native Mike Forest.
At 73 years old, he
recalled thelold Pep's Pool, a
saltwater oasis dating back
to the 1930s. It was located
where the splash fountain is
now, he said. He also
recalled playing games at a
penny arcade and playing
games --of pinochle and
checkers on the pier.


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Former Breakers Beach Oceanfront Motel owner Virginia Brown and her husband, Tom,
stand in front of the new interactive splash park at the Breakers Oceanfront Park.


"It's always better in the
old days," he said. "It was
simpler then."
One of the anchors of the
area, dating back to about
1914, was the Hotel Break-
ers, a vacation destination
for some of the wealthiest
vacationers from the north,
said former Halifax Histori-
cal Museum director
Suzanne Heddy.
The old hotel burned
down in the 1940s and was
later rebuilt as the Breakers
Beach Oceanfront Motel.
In the park's environmen-
tal learning center, old pho-
tos of the historic hotel will
soon line the walls, a great
homage to Daytona Beach's
tourism history, Ms. Heddy
said.
In 1991, Mr. and Mrs.
Brown moved to Daytona
Beach and purchased the
motel for $700,000. By that
point it was simply a "ma
and pa" business, as Mr.
Forest recalled.
Still, it remained a pillar
in the community, as the
Browns ran it with the help
of their daughter, Sue
Thomas, and local staff.
Mrs. Brown said it was the
vacation destination of
choice for many snowbirds
and yearly visitors, includ-
ing 1976 Daytona 500 win-
ner David Pearson.
Former motel regular Jim
Mason of Illinois said the


grand opening's east wind
was a great reminder of
days when sand would blow
off of the beach and fill the
motel's swimming pool.
Breakers became the
longest standing ocean-
front accommodation in
the city, Mrs. Brown said.
So, when the city scooped
up the land for $1.5 million
and decided to build a park,
Mrs. Brown began a mis-
sion to name the park,
"Breakers." She became an
appointee on the Main
Street Redevelopment
Board, which helped fund
the park, received 750 sig-
natures on a petition and
lobbied the planning board
and city commission to
name the park as such.
Three unanimous votes
later, and she had her wish.
City commissioner Shiela
McKay-Vaughan voted for
the Breakers name to com-
memorate the old hotel, not
the newer motel, she said.
"(Mrs. Brown) didn't give
us the land; she sold it and
got a fair price," she said.
"There were (several) oth-
ers who also contributed
their lots."
Those included respected
local families such as the
Doliners, Goldkins, Spiveys,
Shepherds and Georges.
They sold a combined $6
million worth of land to the
city, said Gary Libby, chair


of the county's ECHO
board, the body that gave
the city $1 million in grants
to build the park.
Nicholas George, a local
attorney who Mr. Libby said
owned about 75 percent of
the land that became the
park, did not return calls for
comment.
Among the plots Mr.
George owned was the
Krystal's restaurant, where
Mr. Mason said he recalled
attending fish fries in the
early-'90s.
Commissioner McKay-
Vaughan said she has asked
the city to consider includ-
ing the names of the other
former land owners on a
plaque for the park. It has to
be remade anyways
because the names of the
county council members
were errantly omitted, she
said.
Mr. Libby agreed, saying
he had spoken to some of
those owners and they
would like their names
included alongside the
Browns.
"I'm not sure we need any.
of their names on the
plaque, because they didn't
donate the land, but if we're
going to put one name, let's
put them all," Commission-
er McKay-Vaughan said.
"It's only fair."
bchambers@hometown-
newsol.comrn


WEEK IN

REVIEW


Hi, Hometown News
readers.

Waters prove
dangerous for more
than 70 swimmers
The year at the beach is
already shaping up to be a
dangerous and deadly one
in Volusia County. For the
second time in as many
weeks, a swimmer
drowned in the ocean,
apparently caught in a rip
current.
German Jasinto, 19, of
Sanford, was at the beach
with friends, not far from
the Main Street Pier in
Daytona Beach. Friends
said they tried to get to
German, but were nearly
pulled out in the rip cur-
rents themselves and
barely made it back to
shore.
Beach patrol officers
swimming and on jet skis
searched for hours to find
the victim and they even
brought in the Sheriff's
Office helicopter to help in
the body recovery.
'Seventy people were res-
cued from the water the
same day as huge crowds
hit the beach on a beauti-
ful, summer-like day. After
days of rough weather that
dug holes in the ocean
floor, the water looks very
inviting and swimmers
don't realize they are step-
ping into a rip current that
can pull them out and over
their heads. Several people
were hospitalized after
being rescued.


Man escapes
burning condo
A Daytona Beach man
was asleep when fire broke
out at his Riverside Con-
dominium on North Hali-
fax Drive. The owner
escaped, but went back
inside the burning unit
several times before fire-


CLAIRE METZ
WESH-TV News
bureau chief
fighters arrived to collect
his belongings. Fire offi-
cials said the owner is
lucky he wasn't hurt and
warn others not to go back
into a burning home once
you are out safely.
Investigators think the
fire was electrical in nature
and estimate damage to
the unit at more than
$35,000. Several other
condo units had to be ven-
tilated because of linger-
ing smoke.

Construction site
thieves caught
Three men are under
arrest for trying to steal
materials from the new
Daytona Beach police sta-
tion, which is still under
construction at Mason
Avenue and LPGA Boule-
vard.
Richard Marchetti, 49, of
Deleon Springs, and
Christopher Reinsant, 48,
of Daytona Beach, were
caught at or near the site.
Mr. Marchetti's brother,
Robin Marchetti, 47,
jumped into a car and took
off. He was finally stopped
after rear-ending an inno-
cent. motorist. That
woman was not seriously
hurt. Police think the men
were after valuable copper
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School Notes


Middle school
announces students
of the week
David Hinson Middle
School's students of the
week nominations for April
21-25 are as follows:
The Scholars of the Week
are Lauren Jones, sixth
grade; Jacquelyn Kennedy,
seventh grade; and Abby
Marsh, eighth grade.
Citizens of the Week are
Allison Haines, sixth grade;
Alex Gossman, seventh
grade; and Jordan Maugeri,
eighth grade.
Athletes of the Week are
Jenna Davis, sixth grade;


Matt Deluca, seventh grade;
and Katherine Ortolani,
eighth grade.

Embry-Riddle
author wins award
Embry-Riddle Aeronauti-
cal University's Thomas
Cavanagh has won the
Gold Medal for Popular
Fiction in the 2007 Flori-
da Book Awards. The
award recognizes Mr.
Cavanagh's Orlando-
based .crime novel "Head
Games."
Mr. Cavanagh serves as
director of course design
and production for
Embry-Riddle's World-


wide Online and is an
assistant professor in the
worldwide department of
arts and sciences. He
oversees and teaches the
worldwide technical
report writing course.
Established in 2006, the
Florida Book Awards are
coordinated by the Flori-
da State University Pro-
gram in American and
Florida Studies and is co-
sponsored by more than a
dozen statewide humani-
ties organizations.
Mr. Cavanagh and six
other gold medallists
received their medals at
the 2008 Historic and
Cultural Awards Ceremo-
ny in Tallahassee.


Sen. Bill Nelson to
speak at
Embry-Riddle
commencement
The spring commence-
ment ceremony for 705 stu-
dents of Embry-Riddle
Aeronautical University's
Daytona Beach campus will
be held at 10 a.m., Monday,
May 5, at the Ocean Center.
The guest speaker, U.S.
Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Florida,
will receive the university's
Eagle of Aviation Award for
his contributions to avia-
tion. In addition, an hon-
orary doctorate in Humane
Letters will be presented to


Jay Adams, a long-time
member of Embry-Riddle's
board of trustees.
Sen. Nelson has served for
more than three decades as
a state legislator, a congress-
man and a state Cabinet
officer. He was elected to the
U.S. Senate in 2000.
The commencement cer-
emony will honor Jay Adams
for his dedication to the uni-
versity since the 1960s. After
serving as president of the
Committee of 100, a group
that was instrumental in
Embry-Riddle's move from
Miami to Daytona Beach in
1965, he joined the board of
trustees in 1968. He was the
board's vice chairman for
many years, serves as the


chair of the development
committee and as a member
of the academic and execu-
tive committees, and has
played key roles in all of the
university's capital cam-
paigns.
In the area of community
service, he's a past president
and current member of the
board of the YMCA of Day-
tona Beach. He's also been
president of the Daytona
Beach Area Chamber of
Commerce and the. United
Way of Volusia County, as
well as chairman of the
executive committee of the
Civic League of the Halifax
Area.
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THIS LITTLE LIGHT


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Jackie Dwyer leads the start of the walk as the Ambas-
sador during the Relay For Life at Holly Land Park in
Holly Hill. Ms. Dwyer is in remission from a rare brain
cancer and teaches at Holly Hill Elementary School.


Business News


Improvement
matching grants
awarded
The Holly Hill Communi-
ty Redevelopment Advisory
Board awarded seven com-
mercial property and three
private residential improve-
ment-matching grants on
April 16:
The Martincic Family
Trust, 819 Carswell Ave., was
given $2,350 for pressure
cleaning and painting
improvements estimated to
cost $4,700.
Albert and Diane Marzilli,
240 Ridgewood Ave., were
awarded $5,000 for pressure
cleaning, caulk, painting,
stucco, soffit, fascia, gutter,
porch, window and door
security guard upgrades
estimated to cost $11,190.
Sr's Are Us, 1321 Ridge-
wood Ave., was granted
$5,000 for pressure clean-
ing, painting, roof, soffit,
fascia and shutter improve-
ments estimated to cost
$14,029.
Robert J. Fon, 1638
Espanola Ave., was given
$3,899.77 for pressure
cleaning, painting, window,
screen, stair and deck
improvements estimated to
cost $7,799.54.
Complete Custom Wheel,
618 Ridgewood Ave., was
awarded .$7,500 for fence
improvements estimated to
cost $28,929.
Solar-Fit, 1523 Ridgewood
Ave., was granted $5,000 for
signage improvements esti-


mated to cost $12,000 and
in a second grant was given
$2,250 toward landscape
upgrades estimated to cost
$3,000.
Albert and Diane Marzilli
and John Cacchioli, 627
Carswell Ave., were given
$1,100 for window improve-
ments to their residential
property estimated to cost
$2,200.
Albert and Diane Marzilli
and John Cacchioli, 630
State Ave., were awarded
$1,005.88 for window
improvements to their resi-
dential property estimated
to cost $2,011.75.
Albert and Diane Marzilli,
3191/2 Third St., were grant-
ed $2,500 for window and
siding upgrades to their res-
idential property estimated
to cost $6,049.
Arthur Kowitz, 638 LPGA
Blvd., was awarded $2,500
last month 'for roofing
improvements to his resi-,
dential property estimated
to cost $6,050.
Holly Hill businesses and
single-family residential
properties located between
or near the Florida East
Coast Railroad and Ridge-
wood Avenue or along
Ridgewood Avenue, Mason
Avenue or LPGA Boulevard
are eligible for improve-
ment-matching grant pro-
grams.
The grant paperwork is
available at www.hollyhill-
fl.org.
For more information, call
(386) 248-9435.
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POLICE REPORTS


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


Daytona Beach
Police Department

*Dawn Anissa Hood, 37, of
772 Kentucky St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 18
on charges of aggravated
assault. Bail was set at
$1,500.
*Norman Allen McCoy, 43,
of 835 Pinewood St., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
April 18 on charges of
unlawful possession of a
controlled substance. No
bail was set.
*Marylou Virginia Saun-
ders, 26, of 822 Bellevue
Ave., Daytona Beach, was
arrested April 19 on charges
of soliciting to commit pros-
titution. Bail was set .at
$1,500.
*Sheri Marie Beeny, 27, of
316 North St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 19
on charges of soliciting to
commit prostitution. Bail
was set at $1,500.
*Tiara Tracy Malong, 19, of
1056 Virginia Ave., Apt. 1,
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed April 19 on charges of
aggravated battery. Bail was
set at $1,000.
*Monica Dawn Santapao-
la, 45, of 5221 Taylor Ave.,
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed April 19 on charges of
unlawful possession of a
controlled substance. Bail
was set at $1,500.
*Tammy Ann Smith, 40, of
RO. Box 265662, Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 19
on charges of soliciting to
commit prostitution. Bail
was set at $1,500.
*Deshannon Almanetta
Lewis, 20, of 112 Baywood
Drive, Daytona Beach, was
arrested April 19 on charges
of felony battery. Bail was
set at $3,000.
*Marvin Tyrone Harris; 28,


of 340 North St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 19
on charges of possession of
cocaine and aggravated
assault. Bail was set at
$12,000.
*Adrian Theodore Pelchat
III, 43, of 509 S. Grandview
Ave., Daytona Beach, was
arrested April 19 on charges
of unlawful possession of a
controlled substance and
possession of a counterfeit
controlled substance with
intent to sell. Bail was set at
$10,500.
*Eddie Caldwell Jr., 720
Madison Ave., Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 19
on charges of strong-arm
robbery. Bail was set at
$5,000.
*BenardW. Fairman, 21, of
532 Foote Court, Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 19
on charges of strong-arm
robbery. Bail was set at
$5,000.
*Heather Lynn Childress,
36, of PO. Box 10228, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
April 20 on charges of retail
theft and grand theft. Bail
was set at $2,500.
*Mary Grace Panayi, 27, of
919 Essex Road, Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 20
on charges of forgery. Bail
was set at $2,500.
*Anthony Ralph Annatone
III, 20, of 1428 Mollie Road,
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed April 20 on charges of
threatening a public official.
Bail was set at $3,000.
*Antwaune Lamon, Bell,
39, of 736 Essex Road, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
April 20 on charges of pos-
session of cocaine and
resisting an officer with vio-
lence. Bail was set at $5,000.
*Michael Deandre Darget,
24, of 137 Lockhart St., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
April 20 on charges of armed
trafficking. No bail was set.
*Michelle Danetta
Thompson, 44, of 258 Jeffer-
son St., Daytona Beach, was
arrested April 21 on charges
of the sale and delivery of
cocaine. Bail was set at
$2,500.


*Donald Jerod Richard-
son, 39, of 330 Jefferson St.,
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed April 21 on charges of the
sale and delivery of a coun-
terfeit substance. Bail was
set at $2,500.
*Ralph Renard Whitfield,
47, of 822 Magnolia Ave.,
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed April 21 on charges of the
sale/delivery of cocaine.
Bail was set at $3,000. -
*Joshua Lee Krodel, 29, of
275 Indigo Drive, Apt. 308,
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed April 21 on charges of
possession of cocaine. Bail
was set at $3,000.
*John Clarence Baldwin,
32, of 1610 S. Palmetto Ave.,
Apt. 11, Daytona Beach, was
arrested April 21 on charges
of the sale/delivery of a
counterfeit substance. Bail
was set at $2,500.
*Dennis Michael Kuzma,
51, of PO. Box 15235, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
April 21 on charges of felony
domestic battery. No bail
was set.
*Frank Allen Reeves, 42, of
1014 Cozy Circle, Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 21
on charges of felony battery.
Bail was set at $1,500.
*Kenneth Earl Smith, 47,
of 900 N. Oleander Ave.,
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed April 21 on charges of the
sale/delivery of cocaine.
Bail was set at $2,000.
*Anthony Lorenzo Robin-
son, 28, of 535 Fulton St.,
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed April 21 on charges of
principal to the sale/deliv-
ery of cocaine. Bail was set
at $2,500.
*Steven Michael Banks,
41, of 467 Pleasant St., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
April 21 on charges of the
sale and delivery of cocaine.
Bail was set at $2,500.
*Racina J. Robinson, 23, of
637 S. Martin Luther King Jr.
Blvd., Daytona Beach, was
arrested April 22 on charges
of aggravated battery. No
bail was set.
*Decoria Leshawn Smith,
27, of 551 Sandra Ave., Day-


tona Beach, was arrested
April 22 on charges of bur-
glary. Bail was set at $1,500.
*Desere Lynell Jones, 35,
of 812 N. Kottle Circle, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
April 22 on charges of
throwing a deadly missile.
Bail was set at $2,000.
*Richard Klever Perez, 21,
of 224 N. Hollywood Ave.,
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed April 22 on charges of
aggravated battery. No bail
was set.
*Dyrell Antwane Ledbet-
. ter, 23, of 600 S. Keech St.,
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed April 22 on charges of
unlawful possession of
cocaine. No bail was set.
*Jesse James Johnson, 32,
of 3750 S. Atlantic Ave., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
April 22 on charges of pos-
session of crack, possession
of a schedule IV narcotic
and tampering with evi-
dence. No bail was set.
*Howard Kevin Leonard,
46, of 2037 Schulte Ave.,
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed April 22 on charges of
obtaining prescription
drugs by fraud. Bail was set
at $1,000.
*Rufus Charles Walker,
1054 Sheridan Road, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
April 22 on charges of
unlawful possession of a
controlled substance with
intent to sell. Bail was set at
$10,000.
*Richard Klever Perez, 21,
of 224 N. Hollywood Ave.,
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed April 22 on charges of
aggravated battery. No bail
was set.
*David Joseph Bickel, 30,
of 1022 June Terrace, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
April 23 on charges of
strong-arm robbery. Bail
was set at $2,500.
*Octavius Marque Brown,
22, of 747 Derbyshire Road,
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed April 24 on charges of
uttering a forged instru-
ment. Bail was set at $2,500.
*Edward Ray Noel II, 32, of


Wanted person:
Lawrence William Tracy
Birth date: Aug. 20,
1983
Reason wanted: Grand
Theft
Distinguishing fea-
tures: Tattoo on right
shoulder, scar on right
arm
Crime Stoppers of
Northeast Florida is seek-
ing information on the
whereabouts of 24-year-
old Lawrence William
Tracy. Mr. Tracy pled no
contest in March to
grand theft and was sen-
tenced to three years of
drug offender probation.
On April 18, a judge
issued a warrant for Mr.
Tracy's arrest after his
probation officer filed an
affidavit in court accus-
ing Mr. Tracy of violating
the terms and conditions
of his probation.
Mr. Tracy was last
known to be living on
Hickory Street in New
Smyrna Beach. He also
had a previous residence


340 North St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 24
on charges of dealing in
stolen property, grand theft
auto and burglary. Bail was
set at $8,000.
*Simeon Symone Waters,
28, of 340 North St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 24
on charges of unlawful pos-
session of crack cocaine and
unlawful possession of a
schedule IV narcotic. Bail
was set at $10,500.
*Joseph Lorrenzo Cooper,


on Walker Street in Holly
Hill. He's 5 feet, 11 inches
and about 180 pounds,
with black hair and blue
eyes.
If you see Mr Tracy 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 Stoppers will
remain anonymous and
can qualify for a reward
of up to $1,000.


22, of 361 Fletcher Ave., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
April 24 on charges of pos-
session of cocaine with
intent to sell within 1,000
feet of a church. Bail was set
at $10,000.

Holly Hill
Police Department

*Jessie Clayton Queen,


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Callers are asked to refrain from making slanderous
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accuracy.


In response to 'Plunge into
water conservation'


I cannot believe Hometown News put Ormond Beach
Mayor Fred Costello's photo next to a conservation article.
Drive around Ormond Beach at night and watch all the
sprinklers watering the streets.
Also, the mayor has publicly stated that he does not care
how much gas his cars burn, as long as he likes the car.
He is spending all of the city's money on useless improve-
ments - Rockefeller Gardens, a water park at the Division
Recreation Center and widening Clyde Morris Boulevard.
Attend the city commission meetings and watch all of the
city's money go down the drain.

Ormond Beach Mayor Fred Costello responds: It is obvi-
ous thatI am not likely to please this rant writer, but I'll try.
I have worked hard and will continue to work hard to
assure that Ormond Beach conserves our resources! I pushed
for the recent Low Impact Development seminar (thanks to
Volusia Soil and Water and Citizens For Ormond Beach)
because I believe the city of Ormond Beach should be a leader
in the field of environmental stewardship. I support having
the highest environmental and architectural standards with
the least bureaucracy possible. In other words, if a developer
wants to develop to "green" standards, let's make it easy
rather than throw in roadblocks as per our current codes.
Please call code enforcement at (386) 676-3352 if private
property sprinklers are running at the wrong time or into the
wrong place, and call Ormond Beach Public Works at (386)
676-3220 to report any sprinklers that are watering streets
(usually with reuse water, which we also need to conserve)
from medians and staff will work to correct the problem.
There are some areas where over spray can't be avoided, but
we can minimize as much as possible.
I have never said I don't care how much fuel my cars burn.
How absurd! I have said that I am a car guy and enjoy fun
cars and won't base my auto purchase solely on gas mileage.
If that is shameful, so be it. My Corvette gets more than 20
miles per gallon. Even though that is not the greatest, it is not
the worst either.
I had a deposit on and intended to purchase a "smart" car,
but after experiencing the ride, I declined to purchase due to
my wife's tendency to get car sick in cars, that retard and
lunge forward during shift points from an automated man-
ual transmission (A fully manual or smooth automatic
transmission is not an option). Drive one, and you'll see what
I mean.
As far as "spending all of the city's money on useless
improvements - Rockefeller Gardens, a water park at the
Division Recreation Center and widening Clyde Morris
Boulevard" - I'll take them one at a time:
1. We are raising the level of Rockefeller Gardens and
improving storm water drainage so it won't flood out and be
so soggy that it can't be used. Have you been to an art festival
or Independence Day celebration at Rockefeller Gardens and
sunk into the wet ground? By the way, we received a $500,000
ECHO grant to go along with money from the Downtown
Improvement District so zero general fund property tax dol-
lars will be spent on the project.
2. We are building a spray park at South Ormond Neigh-
borhood Center Contrary to what the rant writer may think,
all Ormond Beach residents don't have swimming pools. I
wish we could have afforded to build an aquatic center or at
least a neighborhood pool at SONC, but it was cost prohibi-
tive. The kids at SONC will enjoy the spray park and will
know that their city does value them enough to invest in
their facility.
3. I continue to be amazed that anybody is shortsighted
enough to complain that Ormond Beach invested in the
completion of the four-lane expansion of Clyde Morris
Boulevard. I suspect that it is well over 100-1 as far as folks
appreciating the $650,000 investment of Ormond Beach tax
dollars in partnership with Volusia County's investment of
roughly $1.8 million (tax dollars and impact fees) to com-
plete Clyde Morris Boulevard. Volusia County is now out of
road building money. If Ormond Beach had not partnered
with Volusia County, I suspect it would have been decades
before Clyde Morris was completed.
I encourage all residents to attend City Commission meet-
ings and watch how we invest your tax dollars. Additionally,
we need you to let us know what service reductions and
amenity eliminations and infrastructure update delays
along with other budget reduction strategies you think we
should include in our next budget.
It will be a tough balance to maintain our exemplary qual-
ity of life within our budget due to necessary property tax
reductions combined with reduced state funding, but our
outstanding staff and wonderful commission will do our
best!


Smoking at children's games offensive

I attend my 4-year-old granddaughter's soccer games
weekly at the Airport Sports Complex. Children and family
members of all ages are there to enjoy the wholesome
atmosphere.
This past weekend, I was dismayed to see a woman light a
cigarette while standing on the sideline of a field filled with
4- and 5-year-old children. I wanted to mention to her that
there is a law stating that no smoking is allowed on any
playground or recreation center, as far as I know in all of
Volusia County, but I'm quite certain that she already knew
that because my husband overheard her telling a man (pre-
sumably her husband) that she stepped back closer to the
fence bordering the nearby playing field to light up so that
"no one will notice her."
I, indeed, happened to notice, and even though there was
a soft breeze that day, I noticed because the secondhand
smoke headed directly toward me. I moved several yards
away to avoid having to inhale the offensive fumes.
I'm asking for smokers to use common sense and not
smoke around children or others who might suffer from res-
piratory problems. If a person can't refrain from smoking
for the time it takes children to play an hour-long sport,
then perhaps they would do well to stay home so that others
can enjoy watching their offspring play in a clean and
healthy environment.
My grandchildren's health depends on people following
the law that prohibits it in the first place.

Editor's note: Smoking is limited in parks by city ordinance,
not by Volusia County.

In response to 'Ormond Beach deserves a
modern Wal-Mart, too'

I read with interest the rants regarding the Ormond Beach
Wal-Mart. It caught my eye because it had been a topic of
discussion among our Ormond Beach neighbors.
We recently traveled to Naples to visit and stopped at the
North Naples Wal-Mart. The Wal-Mart there was done in a
Florida lifestyle decor that adds to the community. Ormond
Beach would like an attractive Wal-Mart at the gateway to
our community off of Interstate 95.
I agree with the article reinforcing letters to Lee Scott, Wal-
Mart's chief executive officer, at Bentonville, AR 72716-
8611.

Overwhelming Wal-Mart
We couldn't have been more pleased to read the rant on
Wal-Mart's need for beautification.
My husband and I were very excited when we moved to
Ormond Beach and heard a Wal-Mart would be right
around the corner from us.
Walking to Wal-Mart eaph morning for eight years gave us
exercise and we would pick up a few groceries.
Now, even though we go, we are afraid because they never
put a sidewalk in from the back, and we can't straddle the
shoulder due to big, prickly bushes.
We have walked up the front sidewalk on Granada a few
times, but there is traffic coming and going four different
ways, and the only way into the store is to walk through traf-
fic.
Traffic into Wal-Mart has increased (good for them), but
with no sidewalk, we have backed off going on foot. They
say the Sunshine State is for seniors, but there is never
enough sidewalks.
If they would get rid of the ugly, jagged bushes, there
would be enough room for a sidewalk.

Neighbor cries wolf too often

There is an elderly woman in our neighborhood who calls


the police at least twice per week over leaves on her proper-
ty. She also calls them every time someone cleans out their
pool and gets dirt on her driveway.
She has called other police more than 60 times in less than a
year. I want to know who pays for the cops in Ormond
Beach to come out and spend two hours each time she calls
them.
If the wind blows and leaves fall, she calls the cops. When
will she start getting billed for this nonsense?

A rave for good news

Wow! Good news on Hometown News' front page: Three
city parks to open soon.
How refreshing!

New location any better?

The Holly Hill Police Department had a substation about
10 years ago in the Holly Point Apartments at 1000 15th
Street and the substation hardly got used. What makes them
think that having the substation on Ridgewood Avenue
would make it used more?

Daytona should think about the planet
When is Daytona going to stop putting out two phone
books that are 2 and 1/2 inches thick? Think of all the trees
that are wasted. With cell phones so prevalent, most people
probably don't use them anyway.
And, I wholeheartedly wish cigarette companies would
take the filters off of cigarettes. It gives smokers a false sense
of safety.
I've seen no reports that filters slow down any of the dan-
gers of smoking.
Cigarettes also have put the environment in a mess with
the butts scattered all over the universe.

Editor's note: Phone books are published by private phone
companies, not the city.

In response to 'Parents should
take responsibility'

The ranter made an outlandish statement about educat-
ing our youth. I bet the reader benefited from a free public
education at a school close to his home.
Parents pay taxes to support the schools like everyone
else. The reader thinks that parents should pay more since
they use the service. Well, since I don't benefit from Social
Security, Medicare, Medicaid or any senior services, I won't
contribute to those services! I don't use Votran or public
health facilities, so I won't pay for those either.
Perhaps we should develop a menu of services for taxpay-
ers and only pay for those you use, but don't cry when you
call for the police, fire or EVAC services and you neglected to
make those selections!
Part of what makes this country great is our compassion
and understanding that we need to work together to pro-
vide services for all Americans, even if we don't use them.
The problem is not in the services we provide our citizens;
it is the way the money is mismanaged. The power is with
the people, so vote!

Problems with Volusia schools
As far as the school system and the closure of schools
goes, busing students will cost money, and several teachers
may not have jobs next year.
Why are we going to put grades first through seventh in
the same school? Last year, the superintendent said, "Small-
er class sizes." If all the additional children are bused in, that
will increase the class size! The schools are too small to han-
dle more same-grade classes.


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to pay off a 20-year bond
for the $4.6-million plant
update, city finance direc-
tor Kurt Swartzlander said.
The project, which
should be complete in
2010, will increase the
plant's capacity by 25 per-
cent in order to meet pro-
jected population growth.
The city will also replace
and repair other problems,
such as leaky pipes, public
works director Chris Hurst
said.
The plant, located
between LPGA Boulevard
and 10th Street, was last
upgraded in 1991 and with-
out the project, mainte-
nance costs would skyrock-
et, Mr. Hurst said.
When the city commis-
sion approved the project
in November, then-city
manager Joe Forte warned
that bills would be hiked.
But that didn't stop con-
cerned residents, including
a former city commission-
er, from voicing their oppo-,
sition to the rate increase
last week.
"When we first discussed
this last year we were think-
ing, 'Nickels and dimes;
what does it matter?'" said
former commissioner Traci
Anderson, who vacated her
seat prior to the vote to
improve the plant. "You
know what? It does matter."
On the other side, former
commissioner Gilles Blais,


who was voted out of his
seat in October, supported
the increase.
"We have a responsibility
(to keep) a healthy commu-
nity," he said.
A couple of residents
pointed out that last year
the commission approved a
10-percent utility tax,
which will rise with the
increased rates. However,
Mr. Swartzlander said
money raised from the tax
goes to the city's general
fund, and not the plant
upgrade.
Resident Maureen, Mona-
han, who lives alone, said
her water bill hit $77 last
month.
"While I was at city hall
paying my water bill, there
were three other people
there also wondering why
their bills were so high, and
I was told it had been like
that all week," she said. "We
can't take it anymore."
Commissioners Mark
Reed and Liz Towsley voted
against the increase. Mr.
Reed suggested enacting an
annual two-percent
increase over the next four
years or having a four per-
cent increase now, with the
city covering the difference
from enterprise funds.
Commissioner Towsley
suggested following the
lead of corporate America
and reminding city employ-
ees to use their time wisely
as a means of saving
money.
"Here we are asking for
an eight-percent increase


in water rates and we have
employees wasting time,"
she said after the meeting.
"There's so much we can do
to save money."
Mayor Roland Via said he
was hesitant to approve the
increase because he has
two teenage sons "and, boy,
can they, take long show-
ers."
Still, he said that Holly
Hill's water and sewer rates
were fifth lowest of a 17-city
survey last year. Mr. Swartz-
lander said another survey
would be conducted during
upcoming budget work-
shops.
While there is no average
water bill, Mr. Swartzlander
said, older individuals, typ-
ically living in one or two
person households, tend to
use just about the 2,000-
gallon minimum, while
younger couples, families
with children and those
who water their plants tend
to use more.
Commissioner Rick Glass
said'he was voting for the
increase as a former public
works employee who had
seen the need for plant
upgrades years ago. He said
he calculated it, and his bill
would increase just about
$3.20 a month.
"That's not going to break
nobody," he said. "Every-
thing's being cut and we're
going to have to pay for
services one way or anoth-
er."

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Above: Lisa Thompson,
9, of Ortona Elementary,
watches intently as the
Daytona Cubs battle the
Jupiter Hammerheads
during Volusia Recycles
Education Day at Jackie
Robinson Ballpark in
Daytona Beach.

Right: Quereon
Mooney, 9, of Bonner
Elementary School,
toots his own horn at
Jackie Robinson Ball-
park during Volusia
Recycles Education Day.






Randy Barber
staff photographer


Residents to be
honored at Siblings
of the Year luncheon

Neighbor To Family will
honor Judy Conte and her
brother, Jon Greaves, at the
second annual Siblings of
the Year Luncheon at 11:30
a.m., Friday, May 9 at the
Plaza Ocean Club, 640 N.
Atlantic Ave., Daytona


Beach.
The Master of Cere-
monies will be State Attor-
ney John Tanner. The Gor-
don Johnson award will be
presented by last year's
honorees, Gail Camputaro
and Linda Merrell.
The Gordon Johnson
Award is named in honor of
the founder of Neighbor To
Family, a foster care agency
in Daytona Beach that
keeps siblings together and


reunites families.
Ms. Conte and Mr.
Greaves were raised in Day-
tona Beach, graduated
from Seabreeze High
School, Daytona Beach
Community College and
earned bachelor's degrees
from Florida State Univer-
sity.
Ms. Conte is known as an
advocate for improving
public education. Through
her work as the executive


director of the Volusia Lit-
eracy Council and chair-
man of the Volusia County
School Board, she pro-
motes adult literacy.,
She was instrumental in
developing the "Team Volu-
sia" concept among school
personnel and in develop-
ing a free tutoring program
for clients of Stewart-
Marchman Center's Project
Warm.


Mr. Greaves is the owner
of Greaves and Associates,
an insurance and financial
planning firm and is known
for his volunteer and
fundraising work for sever-
al nonprofit agencies such
as the YMCA and the Amer-
ican Red Cross. His volun-
teer work includes provid-
ing financial service
assistance to many com--
munity agencies and clubs,


as well as fundraising sup-
port.
The cost for the luncheon
is $30 per person. Proceeds
will benefit Neighbor To
Family foster children.
For more information,
call (386) 523-1440 or visit
the Web site at www.neigh-
bortofamily.org.

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. and city commissioners,
including Ms. Towsley, that
the city would be "moving
. on" and "getting back to
business as usual."
. But, it seems, everyone
has a different definition
for what those phrases
mean.

A free attorney?
p-i 'Before Chief Shinnamon
and Cmdr. Barker can move
forward, Mr. Simpson and
city manager Tim Harbuck
must hire their attorney.
Already an Ormond
Beach attorney has offered
to represent the two for
free. The attorney was
interviewed Tuesday. and a
decision will be made early
next week, Mr. Harbuck
said.
That would save the city
the $150 an hour an average
local attorney would
charge, Mr. Harbuck esti-
mated. Although the city
S commission voted to
approve a maximum
amount to spend on the
attorney, that figure has not
yet been set.
Mr. Harbuck said he
believes the city will only
expend a few more payable
hours on the topic, once
the attorney is hired. At the
commission meeting, Mr.
o e Harbuck suggested the city
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cessing public records
requests, meeting with Ms.
Towsley and discussing her
concerns.
Essentially the attorney
would send a "cease and
desist" letter warning Ms.
Towsley that her actions -
which Chief Shinnamon
said included following him
to a meeting in Jacksonville
in January 2007 and photo-
graphing him - could
result in legal action, Mr.
Harbuck said.
Mayor Via, however, said
he believes the letter "may
not be necessary until
which time she steps over
the line again."
"Her actions are done,"
he said.
But not entirely.

A second
complaint filed
Last week, Ms. Towsley
said she was in the process
of filing her second com-
plaint with the Equal
Employment Opportunity
Commission stemming
from statements made at
the April 22 meeting. Under
an attorney's advice, she
had a court reporter attend
the meeting.
"As I speak, I'm filling out
paperwork for a retaliation
claim," she said Thursday.
"They're trying to discredit
and degrade me as an indi-
vidual."
Ms. Towsley's first EEOC
complaint, filed before she
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ran for office, was motivat-
ed by her dismissal from
the police department in
December 2006.
She was fired after a year
and a half as a civilian com-
munity service officer for "a
pattern of destructive
behavior," including
spreading rumors and get-
ting involved in police
operations beyond the
scope of her duties, her per-
sonnel file shows.
Since then, she has car-
ried out her "vendetta,"
Chief Shinnamon said.
But, Ms. Towsley points
to the content of the e-
mails she requested as
proof that her claims have
merit.
Ms. Towsley provided
Hometown News the e-
mails, sent from Chief Shin-
namon's work address dur-
ing the past two years. They
included inappropriate
language, sexual content,
personal correspondence
and forwarded chain letters
sent during work hours.
In an e-mail, dated Feb. 8,
2007, Chief Shinnamon
refers to Ms. Towsley's
statewide requests for his
records, saying "that b--ch
is gonna keep it up and I'm
going to personally arrest
her."
Still, most disturbing to
her, Ms. Towsley said, was
an e-mail dated Nov. 21,
2006, where Chief Shinna-
mon writes Ormond Beach
Fire Chief Barry Baker,
"Sorry for not getting back
to you, I've been busy tram-
pling on the Constitutional
rights of my employees ..."
"It's very inappropriate,"
she said. "I found it more
than a little disconcerting."
Chief Shinnamon said
that e-mail was "jokingly
made" and "for Commis-
sioner Towsley to hold it
out as some sort of evi-
dence" that he denied
employee rights "is simply
ludicrous."
As for the other e-mails,
he said most were personal
and should 'have been
exempt from a public
records request.
"I refuse to apologize for
e-mails that should not
have been released in the
first place because they
were private correspon-
dence between friends," he
said.
Adria Harper, director of
Florida's First Amendment
Foundation, said Florida
Government-in-the-Sun-
shine laws state that only
those e-mails "perpetuating
public business are subject
to public disclosure."
"The fact they've already
been released, though, I


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don't know what he can
do," she said.
While Ms. Towsley pub-
licly acknowledged her pre-
vious city employment dur-
ing her campaign for office
last fall, she did not men-
tion her antagonistic rela-
tionship with the chief and
her EEOC complaint
against the city, much to
the chagrin of a number of
citizens .who spoke in front
of the commission.
Mr. Simpson urged citi-
zens and commissioners
not to discuss the relation-
ship or complaint.
"Let's not say anything
that's going to cost us a lot
of money," he said.
While Ms. Towsley said
she doesn't mind people
discussing her actions!
while in office, any talk of
her previous city employ-,
ment is "uncalled for,"
including her trip to Jack-,
sonville last year, which she
said was part of her griev-
ance process and not stalk-,
ing.
Ms. Towsley said her
EEOC complaints are "a
personal matter."
Some residents, however,
disagree.

A recall
committee formed
With the EEOC complaint
still open, Ms. Towsley said
she consulted a state ethics'
commission and then-city
manager Joe Forte to
ensure she could legally run
for office.
While it was legal, some
citizens don't feel it was
right, they said.
Holly Hill resident and
business owner Sheila Han-
cock said she has formed a
five-person committee to
begin the process of recall-
ing Ms. Towsley.
A recall is a method of
petitioning to remove an
elected official from office.
Ms. Towsley said the indi-
viduals on the committee
are opposed to her attempt
to dissolve the city's com-
munity redevelopment area
and are using the EEOC
complaint as an excuse to
"get rid" of her.
State statute requires the
official to be in office one
quarter of a term - one
year in the city - before a
recall.
"I'm going to try to
attempt to suggest the
commission revamp the
terms of commissioners to
change them to two years,"
Ms. Hancock said. "I don't
think it'll really help, but
she's got to go."
The committee would
have 30 days after filing
paperwork to collect veri-
fied petitions from 10 per-
cent of the city's registered
voters.
Mayor Via called it a
"complicated but very pub-
lic process." He said he
understands citizens' con-
cerns, and warned voters:
"You must be careful who
you vote for."

A new day?
What happens when the
commission meets again
May 13 is a matter of opin-
ion, city officials said.
Mayor Via said he still has
"no desire to speak to" Ms.
Towsley.
"The less I have to inter-
act with her, the better," he
said, "but I'll do what's nec-
essary to conduct the busi-
ness of the city."
Commissioner Rick
Glass, who ran for office on
a similar platform as Ms.
Towsley, said he'd like to
avoid the last meeting's
"very, very nasty ... cat
fight."
"I'm not going to be
fooled into this game," he
said. "To me, she went
about this the wrong way.
Mr. Harbuck said he's,
"anxious" for the city to
return to normal.
"We're moving forward,"
he said. "We've got a lot of
work to do."


For her part, Ms. Towsley
assured there will be no
more disruption.
"Next Tuesday night I'll
come back up, I'll do my
job, I'll research my stuff,"
she said. "Life goes on."
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Friday, May 2, 2008 www.HometownNewsOLcom Daytona Beach/Holly Hill * A9


THE YEARS BREEZE BY


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Kate Gasque of Holly Hill looks at the yearbook from her
1947 graduating class during the 100 Years of Seabreeze
Reunion at Seabreeze High School last week.


Crime
From page A5


33, of 1155 Powers Ave.,
Holly Hill, was arrested
April 18 on charges of bat-
tery on a law enforcement
officer. Bail was set at
$1,500.
*Amy Marie Dodd, 36, of
1024 Center Ave., Holly Hill,
was arrested April 19 on
charges of possession of a
controlled substance and
trafficking in a controlled
substance. Bail was set at
$2,250.
*Samantha Celeste
Moore, 29, of 1024 Center
Ave., Holly Hill, was arrest-
ed April 19 on charges of
possession of a controlled
substance and trafficking in
a controlled substance. Bail
was set at $2,250.
*Beverly Ann Fleischer,
52, of 1315 Moravia Ave.,
Holly Hill, was arrested
April 23 on charges of bur-
glary. No bail was set.

Volusia County
Sheriff's Office

*Ryan A. Kennedy, 23, of
125 Carnival Drive, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
April 18 on charges of traf-
ficking in cocaine, traffick-
ing in Ecstasy and posses-
sion of cannabis. No bail
was set.
*Dennis W. Kennedy, 57,
of 303 Clyde Morris Blvd.,
Daytona Beach, was arrest-


ed April 18 on charges of
trafficking in cocaine, traf-
ficking in Ecstasy and pos-
session of cannabis. No bail
was set.
*Christian Gingras, 34, of
327 S. Seneca St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested April
21 on charges of burglary
conveyance, occupied resi-
dential burglary, auto theft
and grand theft. Bail was
set at $80,000.
*Jeffrey Allen Owens, 24,
of 1325 Continental Drive,
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed April 22 on charges of
possession of a schedule II
controlled substance and
possession of crack
cocaine. Bail was set at
$3,500.
*Marvin Leonard Morris,
25, of 821 Forest Lane, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
April 22 on charges of pos-
session of cocaine with
intent to sell. No bail was
set.
*Neil Ramphal, 33, of
101C Blue Heron Drive,
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed April 23 on charges of
grand theft. Bail was set at
$3,500.
*Anthony Eugene Vance,.
21, of 1049 Brentwood
Drive, Apt. 615, Daytona
Beach, was arrested April
23 on charges of possession
of a weapon/ammunition
by a convicted felon. Bail
was set at $5,500.


Metz
From page A3
from the construction site.

Fallen limb
injures officer
Veteran Daytona Beach
Police Sgt. Gene Moss has
seen a lot on the streets and
been in the line of danger
plenty of times, but this he
could never have imagined.
A massive tree limb fell 50
feet, landing right on top of
him as he stood on North
Street investigating a possi-
ble- theft. Witnesses said
there was no warning. They
heard a cracking sound, and
the 20-foot limb snapped,
with the heaviest part of the
limp hitting Sgt. Moss right
on the head. Sgt. Moss was
briefly unconscious and
suffered serious lacerations,
but is expected to make a
full recovery.

Man stabs
two brothers
A Daytona Beach man is
facing a host of felony
charges after police said he
stabbed two brothers and
chased his landlady with a
knife. Police and a SWAT
team surrounded George
Hicks' home, on Hobart
Street one night after they
said he stole his landlady's
car, used it to damage prop-
erty and chased her with a
knife. Mr. Hicks holed up in
the apartment, and police
said they decided to pull out
that night when he refused
to come out because he was
alone, and at that point, had
only been accused of prop-


erty crimes.
Police said they couldn't
get a warrant to go in after
him; however, the next
morning, Mr. Hicks stabbed
the brothers in a neighbor-
ing apartment and the
injuries were superficial.
Still, some in the neighbor-
hood said Mr. Hicks should
have been arrested the
night before when the
SWAT team was on site.
They claim they were put in
danger when police left at
night, only to return the
next morning when two
people were attacked.

Jewel thieves caught
Daytona Beach police
said they arrested two peo-
ple boldly caught on sur-
veillance tape stealing jew-
elry from a store in the
Volusia Mall. Police said
cameras at the Gold Italia
jewelry store clearly cap-
tured a man and woman
inside. Investigators said
while the man distracted
the clerk, the woman went
to the display case and
emptied it out, making off
with . more than $3,000
worth of jewelry. Police did-
n't have to go far to make
arrests. Marvin Harris, 38,
and Christine Baumgartner,
27, were already in jail on
unrelated charges. An offi-
cer recognized Mr. Harris in
the video because he has a
long history of arrests in the
city.

Sex sting Shallow
goes to court
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Mike Shallow goes to trial,
and if so, what evidence can
be used against him.
Mr. Shallow and a local
high school teacher were
among the high-profile
people caught up in a sex
sting in a Sears bathroom at
the Volusia Mall last
November. Despite under-
cover police officers' testi-
mony to the contrary, dur-
ing a pre-trial hearing
recently in court, Mr. Shal-
low denied performing or
soliciting sex acts and told
the court it was the under-
cover officer who was ges-
turing in the next stall, not
him. Mr. Shallow said the
undercover cop repeatedly
asked him what he wanted,
and Mr. Shallow testified he
sunk down in the stall
because he was unnerved
by the behavior.

Thieves caught
red-handed
Volusia County Sheriff's
deputies said a hidden


motorcycle undid a pair of
thieves who burglarized
several vehicles at a home
near Ormond Beach. Chris-
tian Gingras, 34, and Dom-
incik Lassasso, 35, face a
host of charges and may be
linked to a dozen burgla-
ries in the area around
Wildwood Lane.
Deputies said the sus-
pects rode a motorcycle to
the home and hid it in
some nearby bushes while
they ransacked three
unlocked vehicles and the
garage at the home as the
owners slept. The suspects
stole a car, according to
deputies, and left their
own motorcycle behind.
Deputies traced the bike to
a home on Senaca Street in
Daytona Beach and said
they caught the suspects
red-handed unloading
stolen property.

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2 News bureau chief for
Volusia and Flagler coun-
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uffed with by the mail carriers' union
he end of in conjunction with the
National U.S. Postal Service. What
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it Hunger grown each year.
Last year it collected 70
million pounds of food
nationwide and 350,000
pounds in the North Flori-
da region that includes
east Volusia County.
Residents will be noti-
fied of the drive via a post-
S card from the postal serv-
ice and Campbell's Soup
beginning Monday, May 5.
On Saturday, May 10,
people are asked to leave
bags of nonperishable
foods and goods in or near
W their mailboxes. Every-
thing collected is delivered
to local shelters and food
banks.
While it's called a one-


day drive, people are also
welcome to deliver food or
monetary donations
directly to post office loca-
tions or Publix supermar-
kets throughout the next
two weeks.
"You can give money,
diapers, anything you have
to help those in need," said
regional union president
Russ Dill, a Daytona Beach
mail carrier.
In east Volusia, Ormond
Beach was last year's big
winner, collecting the
most food, Mr. Dill said.
That may be because of
the city's involvement. Last
week, Ormond Beach
mayor Fred Costello issued
a proclamation of the city's
support for the May 10
drive, and then promptly
gave the city's first dona-
tion. He said he would sug-
gest other cities' leaders do
the same.
"If there's anybody
around here that's needy,
let's help them out," he
said. "Why would anybody
not want to be involved?"
In Ormond Beach, 28-
year carrier Linda Lutrell
has organized the drive for
a decade. She said she per-
sonally believes in the
drive because it is a com-
munity's "responsibility to
help the homeless."


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The National Association of letter Carriers is sponsoring a
nationwide food drive with the help of Campbell's Soup
and Publix. From left to right: Tony Mencner, Linda Lutrell
and Russ Dill of the U.S. Postal Service, Ormond Beach
Mayor Fred Costello and Tom Still and Bob Carman of
Publix.


Her ,route, covering the
neighborhoods around
Central Park, routinely fills
two mail trucks with food,
she said.
"It is pretty heavy on the
ride-arounds," she said.
Mail carriers on walking
routes get help from their
vehicle-bound counter-
parts.
Henry Hazlett, another
Ormond Beach carrier,
said he worked at the Long
Island post office when it
was the nation's leading
collector.
"I think it's a fantastic
idea," he said, adding he
doesn't mind working a few
extra, hours to sort and
deliver the food.
Items collected in east
Volusia go primarily to each
city's Second Harvest Food
Bank of Central Florida
locations.
Mr. Dill said the postal
service and union do the
drive in May because food
banks have an increase in
demand when children
who would normally be
receiving free lunches at,
school are on summer


break.
Mother's Day weekend is
the perfect time for the
drive because families can
shop and donate together,
Mr. Dill said.
Bob Carman, store man-
ager at the Publix at
Ormond Towne Square,
agreed. ,
His 15-year-old son Rob-
bie, a student at Seabreeze
High School, and 13-year-
old son Ryan, a student at
Ormond Beach Middle
School, will each make their
own bag to donate, he said.
"It gives them the oppor-
tunity to share what they
have with a child who's less
fortunate," he said.
Mayor Costello said he'd
advise parents to teach kids
to givel something they
value, not just something
they reject."
"If you give something
you don't like to eat, that's
not giving anything; it's
just cleaning out," he said,
"It's most meaningful to
give something you do
like."
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see added to the kennel.
For instance, a privacy
fence would keep local kids
from hounding the hounds
from Centennial Park next
door, and bringing electric-'
ity to the kennel would give
the dogs a "nightlight," they
said. But those things will
take more donations.
"When you talk about
animals, people have a big
soft spot in their hearts,"
Mr. Ballard said. "They're
willing to give."
Mr. Ballard said he would
recommend the city kennel
concept to small cities sim-
ilar to Holly Hill and hopes
larger cities will "look into
it."


While the kennel has had
an immediate impact, the
city's dealings with the Fla-
gler Humane Society,
beginning April 1, have also.
been impressive, Mr. Har-
buck said.
The shelter's veterinari-
ans amputated the leg of an
injured cat found by a city
meter reader and expedited
the adoption process so the
reader could take the cat
home, Ms. Meeks said.
Already, Mr. Harbuck
said he has extended the
originally one-month con-
tract to stay with Flagler
through October.
The goal of the city's new
plan for helping lost ani-


mals is to ultimately keep
citizens and their furry
loved ones together, Ms.
Meeks said.
"I really love it because
we can get the animals
reunited with their fami-
lies," she said, "and so far
our residents at the 'Hound
Dog Hilton' have checked
out pretty fast."
The city will even take it
one step further, Mr. Har-
buck said.
"We'll even bring (your
pet) to you if we have to,"
he said! "We try to do
what's right for our citi-
zePs."
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*FUTURES Fifth Annual
Caribbean Party: This
Jamaican-themed event
will be held at 6 p.m. at St.
Demetrios Greek Orthodox
Church, 134 N. Halifax Ave.,
Daytona Beach. This is an
annual fundraiser for
FUTURES, the Foundation
for Volusia County Schools.
Tickets cost $60 per person.
Island cuisine prepared by
four local executive chefs,
complimentary beer, wine
and beverages, music and
entertainment will be pro-
vided. Proceeds will sup-
port the programs of
FUTURES, which provides
scholarships for students,
dropout prevention pro-
grams, grants for the class-
room, teacher recruitment
and student and staff
recognition. To make a
reservation, call (386) 255-
6475, Ext. 20236.
*Rummage Sale: The
Daytona Beach Boat Club
will hold its annual sale
from 9 a.m.-3 p.m., today,
and Saturday, at the club-
house at Halifax . Harbor
Marina, 419 Basin St., Day-
tona Beach. Kitchen and
household items, assorted
clothing, toys, tools and
boat items will be on sale.
For more information, call
(386) 253-6045.
*Prism Concert: The New
Smyrna Beach High School
for the Performing Arts will
present its second annual
concert today and Saturday
at 1015 10th St. "The Full
Spectrum" will include din-
ner at 5:30 p.m. and the
concert at 7 p.m. The cost
is $15. Tickets for the con-
cert alone cost $5. A silent
auction will be held from 4-
6 p.m., Saturday. For more
information, call (386)
424-2555, Ext 38569.
*The Luminaries: VSA
Arts of Florida/Volusia 18th
annual Talent Night will be
held at 7 p.m. at the News-
Journal Center. This show-,
case of talent by Volusia
County students will be
hosted by former VSA Arts
of Florida board member
Harry Burney, who will also
perform. Seabreeze High
School students Briana
Duensing, a pianist, and
vocalist Ashley Townsend
are among performers. The
event is free. For tickets,
call (386) 441-0547
*Plant Sale: This sale will
be held from 8 a.m.-4 p.m.,
today and Saturday, at Unit-
ed Brethren in Christ
Church, 560 Flomich Ave.
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BY BETHANY CHAMBERS
Staff writer
DAYTONA BEACH - If
you begin dreaming and
close your eyes and slip
away when you hear "More
than a Feeling," you'll want
to scratch any plans you
may have for Saturday,
May 3 and prepare to get
sentimental.
Members of the iconic
rock band Boston that pro-
vided the soundtrack for
many a teenage romance
(and heartbreak) in the
1970s and 1980s - and led
to a plethora of 20-some-
things named "Amanda" -
will headline the fifth
annual Cinco de Mayo Cel-
ebration at Cancun Lagoon
Bar & Grill.
Fran Cosmo, lead vocal-
ist of the band beginning
in the early-90s and the
voice behind the multi-


SMayo
platinum album "Walk
On," will be joined on stage
by his son, Anthony
Cosmo, a former Boston
guitarist.
Edwin Peck, of Cancun
Lagoon, said the two have
submitted a set list that
includes Boston hits "More
than a Feeling," "Peace of
Mind," and "Rock and Roll
Band," among others.
The free celebration
starts at 4 p.m. with three
opening acts including
Ormond Beach-based 70s-
style classic rockers James
Crouch Band and Jack-
sonville-based southern
rock band Yankee Slickers.
Daytona Beach's own
Nickoloff, a Cinco de Mayo
staple, will bring the night
to a close around 1 a.m.
with "high energy enter-
tainment" involving a mix
of alternative, rock and
heavy metal songs, Mr.
Peck said.
This year's event is held
on Saturday, instead of
May 5, to accommodate
the workday crowd, par-
ents needing babysitters
and college students facing


STAR SCOPES
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Star Scopes - Week of May 2
Aries-March 2-April 19
The main reasons for your success are hard work
and. devotion to duties. Whether it is with family,
work or friends, you always sense what needs to be
done. You remain committed, calm and yet pas-
sionate.

Taurus-April 20-May 20
It's your time of the year to shine. With the Sun,
Mercury and Venus in Taurus, you have booster
rockets on your soul. You have a spiritual edge right
now. It's the perfect time to launch new projects.
Gemini-May 21-June 21
Stay calm. There is light at the end of the tunnel.
You have emerged through the toughest times
intact. The next few months will be like a new


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Last year's Cinco de Mayo celebration drew thousands
of music and food lovers. This year's event will feature
members of the band Boston.


final exams, Mr. Peck said.
Past. concerts featuring
members of famous bands
Bad Company, Starship,
and Blackfoot have drawn
crowds in the thousands to
Cancun Lagoon, a restau-
rant and bar on Interna-
tional Speedway Boulevard
that offers a mixture of
Mexican and American
fare. Last year, more than
10,000 fans from all over
the region flocked to the
event to see members of
The Drifters, Mr. Peck said.
"I was watching a Sci-
ence Channel program on
the building of Disney and
we had more people at our
Cinco than they had at the
grand opening of Disney
World," he said.


This year, Mr. Peck said
he expects fans of all ages
to come for the Cinco de
Mayo food and drink spe-
cials - such as nachos
and tacos, Three Olives
Vodka, 1800 Tequila and
President beer - and, of
course, the music.
"People will say, 'I
remember that band from
when I was in college or
high school,'" he said.
"Everyone goes back to a
certain point in time
when the song meant
something in their
growth, their education,
their (relationships)."
For more information
v i s i t
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beginning bringing positive results for all the efforts
recently made.
Cancer-June 22-July 22
Attention to details continues to bring desired results.
Your good heart continues to guide you. Your sacred
values continue to increase. Do whatever it takes to
keep the top priorities progressing.
Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
There are few challenges you aren't up to handling
because your visions guide you. You see the out-
come before it happens. You make wise decisions.
Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept.22
Foresight and determination are just two of your
many gifts. If it doesn't feel right, you generally won't
pursue it You keep on the sunny side. You have no
fear or regret You are what heart is all about.
Libra-Sept 23-Oct.22
Your life is filled with positive opportunities and chal-
lenges. You make the best of what you have. You
refuse to give up or accept anything but the best in
yourself. You. know what you want. You know how
to plan.
Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov. 21
More and more people are waiting to hear what you
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This is what keeps you on track.

Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21
Much truth has been unfolding around you lately.
Keep life balanced by making some quality time for
yourself every day. Read, have fun or exercise. This
keeps your stress level down. No need to burn out
this early in the year. Your wisdom is highly respect-
ed you know.

Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19
"Behind the storm the sun stills shines" is an old,
familiar adage. What it means is that no matter
what has happened, there is always hope for a bet-
ter tomorrow. You have survived the storms. You are
now stronger, wiser and resilient

Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18
You seem to have a silver lining behind every cloud.
In the face of every challenge, things always turn
around to your advantage. You are very sensitive to
the ebb and flow of current trends.
Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20
Your instincts keep you on the happy side of life.
You have gratitude for all the blessings. You have
wonderful family values, good friends and excellent
work habits.


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Proceeds will benefit local
Girl Scout troops. Cash and
checks with IDs will be
accepted. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 451-9150.

SATURDAY, MAY 3
*Marrow Donor Drive:
This event, to help Raquel,
15, who was diagnosed with
acute lymphoblastic iym-
phoma, will be held from 10
a.m.-2 p.m. at the K-Mart
parking lot, 1300 Interna-
tional Speedway Blvd., Day-
tona Beach. Raquel is an
honor student at Seabreeze
High School and participates
in the school's marching
band. Potential donors will
fill out a health question-
naire, sign a consent form
and give an inner cheek
swab of DNA to see if it is a
possible match for Raquel's
cure. Tax-deductible dona-
tions will be accepted to
Kids Beating Cancer. For
more information, call (407)
894-2888 or visit the Web
site at www.KidsBeating-
Cancer.com.
*Riverfest: This event will
be held from 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
today and Sunday at the
Marine Discovery Center,
162 North Causeway, New
Smyrna Beach. Admission is
free. New Smyrna Beach
restaurants, music, arts,
crafts and shopping will be
available. Kayak demonstra-
tions and eco tours on the
Indian River also will be fea-
tured. For more information,
call (386) 428-4828.
*Bill Flatt's Memorial
Children's Fishing Derby:
This event, for children ages
12 and younger, will be held
from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. at the


northwest end of the Port
Orange Causeway. Sodas,
hot dogs and hamburgers
will be available at this free
event. Trophies and prizes
will be awarded. Partici-
pants should bring their
own bait and tackle. The
event is sponsored by the
Port Orange Elks and Elk-
hearts Lodge No. 2723, Vet-
erans of Foreign Wars Post
3282 and Auxiliary, Ameri-
can Legion Post 270 and
AMVETS Post 911.
*Fundraising Car Wash:
This fundraiser will be held
from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. at John's
Appliance City at Beville and
Nova Road in Daytona
Beach. Funds will benefit
Special Olympics athletes in
Volusia County to purchase
uniforms and to pay for
competitions.
*Halifax River Clean Up:
In conjunction with Join
Hands Day, the 20th annual
river cleanup will begin at 8
a.m. at 16 sites along the
Halifax and Indian rivers.
Boaters, scouts, civic organi-
zations, environmental
groups and business and
individual volunteers may
help clean the waterways by
removing trash and debris.
Pre-registration is required;
call (386) 254-4612, Ext.
2073. For more informa-
tion, visit the Web site at
www.volusia.org/cleanup.
*Art in the Park: This
event will be held from 11
a.m.- 4p.m., today and Sun-
day, at The Casements, 25
Riverside Drive, Ormond
Beach. Sixty fine artists and
crafters will be featured,
including oils, watercolors,
acrylics, photography and


sculpture. Jewelry, works
done in wood and pottery
also will be on display,
along with handmade
wearable art and stitch art.
*Bicycle Poker Run: This
event will begin at Sarge's
Tavern at 5263 Nova Road,
Port Orange. Sign in by
noon, with a $5 entry fee,
which includes a spaghetti
and meatball dinner, prizes
for best poker hand and
karaoke. There will be four
stops at Port Orange Eagles,
Black Hill, The Dock and
The Infield. For more infor-
mation, call (386) 760-
0287.
*Annual Rummage Sale:
Sponsored by St. Paul's
Episcopal Church and
Preschool, this sale will be
held from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. at
1650 Live. Oak St., New
Smyrna Beach. The sale will
feature children's items,
baby portable pack and
play, handbags, clothing,
frames, puzzles, books,
CDs,-shelves and household
items. For more information,
call (386) 690-5564.
SUNDAY, MAY 4

*Art in the Gardens: This
event will be held from
noon to 4 p.m. at Dunlaw-
ton Sugar Mill Gardens, 950
Old Sugar Mill Road, Port
Orange. The artwork of stu-
dents from Cypress Creek,
Horizon, Port Orange and
Spruce Creek Elementary
schools and local photogra-
phers and artists will be on
display. Admission is free;
donations are appreciated.
For more information, call
(386) 767-0996.


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recently. The Daytona Beach Section of the National Council of Negro women sponsored
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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
session is held from 8 p.m.-
1 a.m. each Wednesday at
701 Main St., Daytona
Beach. This nonprofit group
is dedicated to preserving
and spreading the love of
blues music. For more infor-
mation and a full events
schedule, visit the Web site
at www.DaytonaBluesSoci-
ety.org.
*Five O'Clock Charley:
This band performs from
5:30-8:30 p.m. each Thurs-
day at Woody's Bar-B-Q,
121 E. Granada Blvd.,
Ormond Beach, and from 4-
6 p.m., each Monday, at the
Grand Seas Resort pool
deck, 2424 N. Atlantic Ave.,
Daytona Beach. Charley
also performs every other
Friday at Inlet Harbor in
Ponce Inlet. For more infor-
mation, visit the Web site at
FiveOClockCharley.com.
*Frappes North: Wine
tasting are held each Tues-
day. "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.
Frappes is located at 123 W.
Granada Blvd. in Ormond
Beach. For more informa-
tion, visit the Web site at
www.frappesnorth.com.
*HotSpot Coffee Shoppe:
A music and open mic event
with hosts Bob Wind and


Charlie Poplees is held from
noon to 3 p.m. each Tues-
day. Slow Circle Jam is held
from 7-9 p.m. each Wednes-
day with Bob Wind. Partici-
pants will learn how jam; all
instruments are welcome.
Singer/guitarists Wes Mal-
one and Bob Wind host a
music and open mike event
from 7-11 p.m. each Thurs-
day and Friday. There is no
cover charge for any event.
For more information, call
(386) 236-0518 or visit the
Web site at www.hotspot-
coffeeshoppe.com.
*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. Norwood's is
located at 400 Second 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
perform from 2-4 p.m.
once per month. For more
information, call (386)
763-0355.
*Peanut's Restaurant &
Sports Bar: Rhythm Sharks
will perform at 9 p.m., Fri-
day and Saturday. Open
Jam Night with Robert
Lewis is held at 8 p.m. each
Sunday. All musicians and
singers may attend. Come-
dy Auction is held at 7 p.m.
each Tuesday. Mark River
performs at 8 p.m. each
Wednesday. The Pirates
perform at 8 p.m. each
Thursday. Peanut's is locat-
ed at 421 Flagler Ave., New
Smyrna Beach. For more
information, call (386)
423-1469.
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YOUTH ACTIVITIES & SPORTS


Mainland High School
student Lauren Francouer
of Ormond Beach signs a
letter of intent for a
swimming scholarship to
Catawba College as her
coach, Scott Bay, looks
on.







Randy Barber
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Mainland High


swimmer signs


with NC college


BY ANITA BEVINS
Sports writer


Mainland High School
swimmer Lauren Francouer
will pack up her goggles and
swimsuit this fall and travel
north to Catawba College (Sal-
isbury, N.C.) on a full swim-
ming scholarship. *
The four-year letter winner
from Ormond Beach inked a
letter of intent with the Indi-
ans earlier this month.
"She will be an all-around
swimmer for us," Catawba
College coach Betsy Graham
said. "We will mostly use her
in the distance and in the area
that she really loves. With the
graduating class of seniors, we
lost two of our distance peo-
ple, so she will come in and
make an impact right away."
Francouer made an impact
at Mainland, qualifying for
regionals her junior and sen-
ior years, serving as team cap-,
tain and earning the Bucs'
MVP award. When she signed
with Catawba, she became the
first Mainland student to
receive a college swimming
scholarship in nearly two
decades.
"She is proficient in all
strokes," Mainland coach


Scott Bay said. "She is fast
enough to have come in as a
freshman and have to work on
her strokes. She did whatever
we asked of her as a member
of the tdam."
After researching a half-
dozen colleges, Francouer
made the decision to sign with
Catawba.
"It is a really, really big
relief," Francouer said.
And a really big challenge.
"It will be on me to get
everything done," she said of
her first year as a college stu-
dent-athlete. "I won't have
teachers, friends and family to
guide me. It will be up to me."
A two-year member of the
Volusia County Beach Patrol
lifeguard corps, Francouer
began swimming with the
Daytona Speed team at age 6.
She excelled in the 200 indi-
vidual medley and 200 free
and participated in the 1500
relays during her high school
swimming years.
Francouer is on track to
graduate Mainland with an
Academy of Scientific Inquiry
Diploma. She plans to pursue
a biology degree at Catawba
and then enter medical school
to study forensic pathology.


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Lady Falcons


ranked No. I in


nation


BY ANITA BEVINS
Sports writer


The Daytona Beach
Community College
women's golf team had no
problems securing the
National Junior College
Athletic Association's
Region VIII championship
over a two-weekend quali-
fying tournament with
Seminole Community Col-
lege.
The Lady Falcons com-
bined for a team score of
1253 to Seminole's 1325
during the home-and-away
tournament that began at
Lake Walkabout Golf and
Country Club in Mims April
19 and concluded last Sat-
urday at LPGA Internation-
al Golf Club in Daytona
Beach.
"I think it helped them a
lot because we got to play a
competitive round on the
Legends Course, which we
hadn't done yet" DBCC
head coach Laura Brown
said. "With them playing as
well as they did, I think that
will give them a lot of confi-
dence going into nationals
in two weeks."
Sophomore Rachel
Edwards led DBCC with a
four-round total of 306 and
a tournament low-round of
68 last Friday.
"Friday, she was on fire,"
Brown said. "She turned at
even and then birdied the
first five holes on the back
nine. She was very excited
about that. She didn't play
quite as well the next day,
but she had a triple on one
hole and she held it togeth-
er. She is playing really well
right now - steady golf."
Sophomore Ashley



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Aguilera finished in second
place (312).
"I am really pleased with
Ashley," Brown said. "She
always seems to play well
when she needs to. Last
year she finished fourth for
us at nationals and led the
team."
Jordan Lazenby finished
fourth (321) and New Smyr-
na Beach's Meghan Hughes
finished in seventh place
(325).
"I know that Meghan
Hughes was not really
happy with the way she
played the past two week-
ends," Brown said. "She is a
better player than the
scores she produced, but I
think she is right there. She
is hitting the ball very well
so she is definitely due to
have some good rounds."
The Lady Falcons are
ranked the No. 1 team in
the country heading into
the NJCAA national tourna-
ment May 12-15 at LPGA.
"The latest rankings
show that we have a little
more depth than other
teams," Brown said. "We
have a four shot lead over
No. 2 Redlands (Communi-
ty College) and five shot
lead over No. 3 McLennan
Community College."
DBCC's Melissa Magdor
is ranked No. 2 nationally,
Edwards is No. 6, Hughes Is
No. 7, Lazenby is No. 14 and
Aguilera is No. 17.


The Ormond
Beach Bruins 14-
and-under
basketball team
celebrates its PAL
state champi-
onship at Walt
Disney World in
early April.


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- Photo courtesy of
Karen Kennedy

Ormond Bruins head to national tourney


BY ANITA BEVINS
Sports writer
For the third straight
year, a five-on-five boys
basketball team from
Ormond Beach has played
its way to a national title
tournament.
It's no surprise that this
year's 14-and-under cham-
pionship-caliber team is a
reincarnation of two previ-
ous versions of the Ormond
Beach Bruins. In fact,
many of the team members
have been playing basket-
ball together since age 8.
"They could walk a
tightrope with their eyes
closed," coach Randolph
Avery said of the team
chemistry. "It takes years to
develop that. They are like
Michael Jordan and Scottie
Pippin."
In 2006, the 12-and-
under boys team played its
way to Fort Wayne, Ind., in


the national United States
Sports Specialty Associa-
tion tournament. Last year,
the same core group of
players moved up to the 13-
and-under division and
repeated its run.
This season, the Bruins
placed first in all four of its
regular season tourna-
ments, and then took first
place at the state PAL tour-
nament last month at Walt
Disney World.
"We've played USSSA
over the past couple of
years, and it has been a
great run," Avery said.
"With this team being the
first boys PAL team from
Ormond Beach to win state,
it means a lot. It means
they are some of the best
players in Florida."
Team leader Cameron
"Squirt" Hadley has been a
Bruin for four years. At the
state tournament, Hadley
contributed 35 points, 10


rebounds, eight assists and
five steals. Coach Pepper
Johnson, known to his play-
ers as Coach Pep,. calls
Hadley "probably the best
point guard in the state."
"We've been working
hard in the gym - almost
everyday,". Hadley said.
"And we know each other
well. Other teams don't
have that. We make eye
contact and say, "going to
that spot.'"
Center Trenton Norvell
has played recreation
league basketball, but this
is his first year as a Bruin.
"I saw how fast they were
and good they were and I
started individual work-
outs with Coach Pep,"
Norvell said. "It has
improved my game a lot,
my big-man post moves
and everything in general."
The team, playing out of
the South Ormond Neigh-
borhood Center, has


proven it knows how to win
its way to national tourna-
ments; it just doesn't have
the money to get there.
This year's trip to IHamp-
ton, Va., is expected to cost
$10,000.
"Right now, we are at
ground zero," Avery said of
the team's fundraising
effort. "Ormond Beach PAL
will pay the tournament
entry fee, but we plan on
asking some businesses for
help. We will look for
everyone to pitch in with
the fundraising - coaches,
parents and players."
The national PAL tourna-
ment is scheduled for June
23-28.To contribute to the
Bruins travel fund, contact
coach Randolph Avery at
676-3231.

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Baseball, tennis, track all finishing up seasons


A recap of the
week in area
sports

BY ANITA BEVINS
Sports writer

Prep baseball
Seabreeze continued its
late-season surge last week.
The Sandcrabs began the
Class 5A District 5 tourna-
ment as the No. 4 seed and
finished in the No. 2 spot
with a 17-10 record. The
'Crabs traveled to George
Jenkins for the state quar-
terfinals earlier this week.

Prep flag football
Mainland and Seabreeze
met in the District 5 flag
football district champi-
onships last week, with
Seabreeze scoring its first
official district win over
Mainland. The Sandcrabs
advanced to the first round
of the state finals play-in
games on Saturday, but
ended their season with a
30-8 loso,

Prep softball
As the runner-up in Class
1A District 5, the Calvary
Christian Academy. girls
softball team advanced to
the regional quarterfinals.
The Lions fell to Hernando
Christian, ending their sea-


son with an 11-10 record.

Prep tennis
Spruce Creek's Kelsey
Love and Tejal Jamidar
picked up first round wins
in the 4A girls tennis tour-
nament, giving the team
two points in a tie for 7th-
place overall. The boys
team also advanced to the
state tournament, finishing
in 7th-place.
The Seabreeze boys ten-
nis team (Class 3A Region I
champions) and the Spruce
Creek boys and girls (Class
4A Region I champions)
advanced to the state
finals, but fell short in the
championship rounds at
Sanlando Park in Alta7
monte Springs
Cara Arsenualt and Elise
Tessero qualified for the
state 1A doubles tennis
state finals in Casselberry
last week. Playing at No. 8,
the girls retired after a first
round loss to the No. 7
seeded team from P.K.
Yonge (Gainesville).

Prep track and field
The boys track and field
team gave Spruce Creek its
first regional title last week,
advancing six competitors
to the state tournament
this weekend.' The girls fin-
ished fourth overall, with
five athletes advancing to
state.


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Randy Barber/staff photographer
No. 15 Alexis Haile of the Holly Hill Middle School basket-
ball team leans out to block a pass to Jacquelyn Garcia of
Ormond Beach Middle School during a game last Tuesday.



Sports Calendar


May 2
-Florida High School Ath-
letic Association regional
baseball semifinals TBD
-FHSAA Class 3A Track
and field state finals at
Showalter Field (Winter
Park) noon
-FHSAA flag football
quarterfinals Boca Raton
High School 4, 5:30 and 7
p.m.
-Florida Community Col-
lege Athletics Association
Atlantic District 8a softball
tournament (May 2-4) first
round: Daytona Beach
Community College vs.
Miami-Dade at Auburndale
noon
-Daytona Cubs vs. St.
Lucie Mets at Jackie Robin-
son Ballpark 7:05 p.m.
- Florida Football Alliance
League Gridiron Games,
Derbyshire Park 1 p.m.

May 3
-FHSAA Class 4A Track
and field state finals at
Showalter Field (Winter
Park) noon
-FHSAA flag football finals
at Boca Raton High School 2
and 3:30 p.m.
-Walter Hurst Elementary
School track and field meet
at DeLand 9 a.m. to noon
-Meals on Wheels 5K and
Daytona Grand Prix finale
at LPGA 7:30 a.m.


-Daytona Cubs vs. Fort
Myers Miracles at Jackie
Robinson Ballpark 7:05 p.m.
-Florida Football Alliance
League Bowl Champi-
onship game at Municipal
Stadium 6 p.m.

May 4
-Daytona Beach Thunder-
birds at Manchester 3 p.m.
-Daytona Cubs vs. Fort
Myers Miracles at Jackie
Robinson Ballpark 1:05 p.m.
-Florida Football Alliance
League All-Star game at
Municipal Stadium 2 p.m.

May 5
-FHSAA Class 1A and 3A
softball semifinals at Plant
City Stadium noon, 2 p.m.,
5 p.m. and 7 p.m.
-Daytona Cubs vs. Fort
Myers Miracles at Jackie
Robinson Ballpark 7:05
p.m.

May 6
-FHSAA Class 1A softball
championship at Plant City
Stadium 4 p.m.
-FHSAA Class 3A softball
championship Plant City
Stadium 7 p.m.
-Campbell Middle School
at David C. Hinson basket-
ball (boys at 5:30 p.m., girls
at 7 p.m.)
-Daytona Cubs vs. Fort
Myers Miracles at Jackie
Robinson Ballpark 7:05 p.m.


BCU baseball
The Bethune-Cookman
University Wildcats swept
Coppin State and Maryland
Eastern Shore at home
while dropping games to
Stetson University and
North Florida. The Cats are
in first place in the Mid-
Eastern Athletic Confer-
ence standings with a per-
fect 12-0 conference
record.
The BCU women's soft-
ball team also holds the top
spot in the MEAC South
Division with a conference
record of 12-1. Freshman
Liz Parrish of South Day-
tona earned MEAC Rookie
of the Week honors for her
.571 batting average and
her defensive performance
that included nine putouts
and one assist against
North Carolina A & T dur-
ing a three-game home
stand April 19-20.

DBCC golf
Daytona Beach Commu-
nity College women's golf
team finished first in the
National Junior College
Athletic Association's
Region XIII Qualifier, best-
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qualifying tournament.
The Lady Falcons softball
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District tournament berth.
The team faces Miami
Dade College in the first
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The DBCC baseball team
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nautical Unviersity
women's golf team won its
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giate Athletics Region XIV
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Senior tennis player Mis-
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The award honors a stu-
dent-athlete who excels in
athletics and academics
and is committed to the
Champions of Character
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of respect, responsibility,
.integrity, servant leader-
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Hizak helped the team to
its sixth consecutive FSC
championship and the
NAIA Region XIV champi-
onship.
The ERAU men's track
and field team collected its
second straight FSC cham-
pionship and the women
came in second place. The
two teams totaled 54
medals in the meet and the
men picked up several FSC
honors. Stuart Patterson
and Nick Gehlsen earned
the conference Men's Track
Athletes of the
Year.awards, Rafael Patrick
won Men's Field Athlete of
the Year and Coach Mike
Rosolino was named Men's
Coach of the Year.


Daytona Cubs
The 7-3 Daytona Cubs sat
in third place of the Florida
State League's East Division
this week. The Cubs swept
the St. Lucie Mets last week
on the road and split with
the Jupiter Hammerheads
at home.

Arena football
The Daytona Beach
ThunderBirds fell to 0-5
after a 55-26 loss to the
Tennessee Valley Vipers last
Friday night at the Ocean
Center-.

Racing
Ormond Beach motorcy-
cle racer Arthur Kowitz fin-
ished first in the American
Historic Motorcycle Racing
Association's Vintage
Superbike Heavyweight
division at Willow Springs
International Motorsports
Park in Rosamond, Calif,
Kowitz travels to Talladega
GP Raceway this month in
pursuit of the division title.


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EXTREME RECOVERY 2 tB Ro
gives Notice of Foreclosure BED FRAME 4 poster,
of Lien and intent to sell :. ,queen, beautiful, $50. 2
these vehicle (s) on drawer file $10.
05/16/2008, 8:00 am at 1335 386-566-2720 VOL
CENTER AVE, HOLLY HILL, MBED, QUEEN- pineapple
FL 32117-4417, pursuant to poster complete w/box
subsection 713.78 of the spring & mattress $150.
Florida Statutes. EXTREME 386-252-5664 Vol
RECOVERY reserves the BUYING
right to accept or reject any BEDSPREAD FULL
and/or all bids. 1995 FORD AN UES&ESTATES shams/curtains ex con
1FALP57U7SA319316 TOP $ PAID! $20. typewriter under-
Pub: May 2, 2008 Selling Real Antiqtes wood $20. 386-756-9786
Pottery * Furniture BIKE SCHWINN collec-
Collectibles * Glass tors classic late 30's
Primitives $175. 386-322-8583 S
*ADOPT* ADORING full- and Much More! , Vol
time Mom, loving suc- BILLIARDS/Table hock-
cessful Dan, strong val- (386) 252-8086 ey game- combo, not a
ues, closeknit extended 1078 Ridgewood Ave.� miniature, floor model,
family awaits your baby. (USI) Holly Hill $100, 734-674-7612 Vol
Expenses paid. Call 24 OPEN' TUES -SAT - 10-5
Hours. Mike & Lori Attny WitWboidsamiqus.@homitI.ci BIRD CAGE- like new
Nichols FL Bar 0247014 16x22x36, $65, power
1-800-552-0045 20iApliafneis. wheels barbie, $75,
ADOPTION 888-812- m i i 386-322-0695 Vol
3678 Living Expenses APPLIANCES- AMANA BIRD CAGES (2) med
paid. Choose a loving, side by side refrigerator $50. floor speakers $150.
financially secure fami- $175. Also Whirlpool 30" 386-254-4814 N Vol
ly for your child. Caring gas stove, both good B PEUE
& Confidential. 24 hrs I cond. $100 386-562-4472 BLOODZ $4PRESSUR T
7 das,,\ Aty Amy, Hick- Cuff EZ $40. Talking
7 days), Ay Amy Hick- Central A/C, New in box Blind Watch $40.
man, Lic# 832340 with warranty $950. 386-423-7370
Reach over 30 million Have many major BLOUSES (25) $4ea, (6)
homes with one buy. brands and others Purses $3.50ea, Swim
Advertise in NANI for only available. Call Suit $2, Ladies dresses
$2,795 per week! 941-932-3046 (4) $3ea, 386-253-1647
1-800-823-0466 (4) $3ea, 386-253-1647
GE PROFILE OVEN BOAT MOTOR- Mini
Self-clean, 27" drop-in, Kote 12V w/foot pedal.
like new, white, coil elem, Like new $175 obo
elec clock & timer, apt 386-760-9587 Pt Orange
"*OLD GUITARS Want- size, dual elem bake, r
ed!** Fender, Gibson, $350. 386-562-2213 BOX SPRING- & mat-
Gretsch, Martin, D'An- tress, twin, nice frame,
gelico, Stromberg, Rick- very clean. $100.
enbacker & Mosrite. Gib- UDR$ I1 386-672-7248
son Mandolins/Banjos. BUNK BEDS- wood,
1930's - 1960's. Top cash A/C WINDOW Units- 2, good cond. $80. Swivel
paid! These brands only Fedders, 10K BTU, digi- rocker & recliner, excel
please. 1-800-401-0440 tal & remote control, cond. $50 386-682-4236
A A Rated Donation Do- $100ea, 386-767-4091 TOPPER & Tool
nate Your Car, Boat or AB LOUNGE 2 Max- box for small short bed
Real Estate IRS Tax strengthen, Tighten, & truck, $75 each obo,
Deductible. Free Pick- tone abs, w/DVD & man- 386-252-2778 Vol
Up/ Tow Any Model/ uals, $39, 386-594-4244
Condition Help Underpri- AIR BI Staina 4655, CAMERA BAGS- Tenba,
vileged Children AIR BIKE, Stamina 4655, pro camera bag, dark or-
8 0 0 - 6 9 3- 7 9 1 1 Tony Littles Skiing ma- range fabric, large & med,
www.outreachcenter.org chine, Ab Lounge Sport, $20ea, 386-788-2621 Vol
$20 all 386 290 081 C$200 all, 386-290-3081
'T AIR CONDITIONER $150, Vivitar, Pentax,
sharp w/remote 10,000 Polaroid- all 3 for $50
btu $75. dehumidifier $75. 386-767-9400 S. Daytona
386-788-7402 Vol CHAIR RECLINER
llAIR CONDITIONER- swivel rocker, beige, like
. window unit, 12,000 btu 5 new $99 386-453-6032
r * r yrs, works good, $100
obo, 386-238-4045 Vol CHAISE LOUNGE-
gi Contemp, micro-suede,
ANTIQUE TRUNK- over Ashleys. New $400. Sell
100 years old. $175 for $150 386-597-6747
� ^ 386-677-6858
Buying Antiques A WEDER- 118V, CO-SLEEPER- Arms-
i Atques ARC WELDER- 110V, reach $50. Fisher Price
Collectibles $35, Also lawn cart $15 Aquarium Craddle Swing
& Estates 386-788-3181 Pt Orange $50 386-299-9963
"- 'PTtn"Tbhp;. ' ART CELTIC knot work COFFEE TABLES- glass
We Do irle a.; print by Ben Boos pen/ink top $95. Camera $50
Selling Antiques #24 of 100 $100 386-214-5682 Ormond
386-441-5625 N Vol
Primatives & Pottery COMPRESSOR NEBU-
And Much More! ARTIST TABLE- 24x36 LIZER system $60.
wide $15. 30 picture 386-788-5295 S Vol *
SMT tin frames, many sizes $
Sraes Anmani each 386-760-1259 COMPUTER DESK $20.
386-451-3667 AWNINGS, Aluminum- dog ke67nnel342 Smed $20Vol
for double window 122"w 386-679-4342 Vol
like new $125obo, COMPUTER, Desktop-
386-756-2838 Vol Gateway, Win 98, 192mb
' I L A AWNINGS- 1 is 7ft, 1 is f memory, 20gb hard
SPECIAL ft. $WNINGS- 1 is 7ft, 1 is 67-2995 drive $199, 386-427-7586
WHEEL DEALS!! $ COUCH w/ 2 Recliners-
WHEEL DEALS BATHTUB- Almond$39 $150, Tall oak dresser,
Reachover 2 sink cult. marble $45, good condition,
one million potential counter top w/faucet 72" 386-566-6950 Vol
buyers from $99 386-427-6013 DECANTER NORMAN
North Palm Beach BATHTUB- Claw-foot, rockwell 23 ct gold self
thru Ormond Beach needs refinishing $100 portrait $25.
HOMETOWN NEWS 386-672-8879 Ormond 386-334-9897 N Vol
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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
DESK- Dark wood,
36"x72 w/3 drawers & (I)
18"x42 w/drawer for Itr/lgI
file $40 386-767-8708
DESKS, 2 w/drawers $60
both, Yardswing $20, Van
bench seat, $20, L-shape
desk, $45, 386-236-8406
DINETTE SET 4 uphol-
stered swvI chairs $75.
golf set ladies $35.
386-427-5198 S Vol
DINING ROOM SET-
Moving! Table, 8 chairs,
china cabinet $200 obo
386-756-6322 Pt Orange
DINING SET table 1 leaf
4 chairs china cab. $195.
OBO 386-253-0574 N Vol
DOG BED Covers- (2),
$7ea, Utility Sink, $50,
Water cooler, Whirlpool,
white, $25, 386-334-0621
DULCIMER- North
Carolina mountain 4-
string $150 386-756-3040
END/NIGHT TABLES-
(2) $20 ea. 386-428-3123
ENT. CENTER- Essential
home $15, 20" color tv,
excellent cond. $60
386-763-1827 Pt Orange
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
EXERCISER, Power Rid-
er- for your arms, legs &
back muscles, $35,
386-334-0593 Vol
FAX MACHINE-
Panasonic like new $25.
Video cassette player w/
case $25 386-672-5688
FIBERGLASS DINGY-
10 FT heavy-duty $200
386-852-0242 Pt Orange
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
FISHING/SURF BUGGY-
all alum, place for fishing
rods, good cond. $50
386-427-8458 Edgewater
FOUNTAIN, DOLPHIN-
Ceramic, can be used as
pool fountain, 3' tall, $75,
386-756-0451 Vol
FRIDGE- GE side by side
26.2 cu ft. ice/water disp
$125. Glass top oven self
clean $50 386-756-7562
GENERATOR- electric,
$75 386-238-1564
GOLF BAG & Travel
Case- Black, Cart type,
excellent condition, $49
both, 386-677-8234 Vol
GOLF CLUBS- irons
3-PW, graphite shafts, #3
& 5 woods, $90, Mizuno
bag, $75, 386-672-7434
GRILL, CHARBROIL-
Charcoal, 30x18, like
new, $95, 386-423-0691
GUITAR with , Case-
$100, 386-441-3117 Vol
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HOME GYM (Weider Pro
9635) Multi station unit.
Only $95. 386-682-2550
HORSESHOE SET-
Spaulding Chrome &
Brass, professional set w/
case, $30, 386-426-2944
HYDRAULIC POWER
Kit- Porta Power, 10ton,
complete set, $50,
386-402-4912 Vol
JACKET LEATHER bik
med. womans. $75. Set
of 4 solid wood TV trays
$25. 386-788-5762
KITTENS- Healthy,
adorable. 1st shots,
wormed, GOOD HOMES
ONLYI 386-689-4174
KNEE BOARD $20. Ob-
rien le tube used 2 x $60.
386-383-4685 Pt Orange
LAPTOP COMPUTER-
$200 386-615-9092
LAWN MOWERS-
Craftsman 6hp propelled,
22". $95, Snapper
propelled 21" $95 Great
condition! 386-788-2730
LAWNMOWER- No gas,
rechargeable, Husqvar-
na, needs battery, $150,
386-426-6254 Vol
MONITORS, HP X 50-
15", $10, Compaq, 17",
$15, 386-681-9576 Vol
MOTORCYCLE BAGS-
Leather, Fit Harley Dy-
nawide Glide, $50,
386-682-5576 Vol
MOTORHOME- Not run-
ning 440 engine, you fix
it, $200, 386-428-2596
MOUNTAIN BIKE- 15
spd $75. Also 21 spd
$100 386-323-7999
PATIO TABLE six chairs
$150. 386-761-9113 S
Vol
PET CAGE- 6.5x 5.5x3.5,
custom, w/extras, $200,
386-426-6490 Vol
PLANT, SILK- large pink
flower, green/pink leaves,
3'h, $10, End table, off
white, $10, 386-756-7890
PRINTER, LEXMARK-
all in one plus photo, new
in box, Model #8350,
$179, 386-441-4201 Vol
RAMPS- TOWPOWER,
tri-fold, 15001b capacity,
new $90 386-852-8289
ROCKING CHAIR- Adult
size, solid maple $35.
Baby changing tbl, Jenny
Lind $25 386-427-5523
RUG, AREA- Kathy
Ireland, Open Range,
5'5"x7'8", like new, $80,
386-760-5127
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RUGS (2) rubber bk su-
perb quality 4x6 $10 3x10
$20. both $25.
386-441-3785 N Vol
SALOON DOORS wood-
en $50. trolling motor
elec foot operated $100.
386-615-4812 N 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
SHOWER STALL
w/faucet $20. 2 beach
folding chairs + umbrella
$10 386-671-0173


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SLOT MACHINE-
Olympia Excellence, Las
Vegas sounds, bells
whist $200 386-615-1744
SPORTS CARD collec-
tion- football & baseball
cards, 20,000+ collected,
$150, 386-424-1751 Vol
STEEL SAFE- approx
30x18x18 rotary lock, fire
resis easy change combo
$50 386-290-8925
STEREO RECEIVER-
AM/FM, Sony, w/4 advent
floor speakers, like new,
$75, 386-322-2512 Vol
STOOLS, BAR- Swivel,
(2), like new, honey pine
color, $35ea, CD Tower
$20, 386-299-8035 Vol
TABLE & 6 Chairs- Broy-
hill, off white color, chair
pads whitish grey/bluish
grey $100, 386-423-2646
TABLE 42" rnd w/4
chairs wrought iron black
prefect $150. OBO
386-441-9884 N Vol
TABLE SAW 10" ryobi
like new $100.
386-760-6629 S Vol
TABLE, 4 Rose Ladder-
back chairs, $150, Hot
Water Tank, 40 gallon,
$40, 386-252-5674
TABLE, DINING- 42",
Glass Top, Satin Nickel
Base, Ashley #D216-15,
new, $150, 386-846-5296
TABLES- COFFEE, end
& sofa w/matching stone
lamp $200 386-566-6525
TIRES, SUPER Swamp-
er, 31x12.5x15LT, TSL
Bogger, $150 for both,
386-345-3154 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
TREADMILL, PRO-
FORM- Space Saver,
Power Tilt, runs well,
$150obo, 386-427-0041
TROLLING MOTOR-
Minn Kota, 401b thrust, 5
spd forward, 3 spd re-
verse, $65, 386-295-4714
TRUCK TOPPER- 8',
$80, 386-345-3601 Vol
TV & Cabinet- Sanyo, 32"
flat screen, w/remote,
$150, Corner TV cabinet,
$25, 386-259-3283 Vol
TV- 19", Daewoo, color,
Seat condition, $35,
86-672-9982 Vol
VACUUM- HOOVER
$35. Also Singer sewing
machine $35. Both good
condition 386-258-7559
VIOLIN & FLUTE- Stu-
dent Instruments, new,
$100 each, 386-451-7265
WALKERS- (2), with
wheels, brakes & seat,
premium $59, standard
$19, 386-426-8200 Vol
WASHER & Dryer- Ken-
more, $150 both, Dresser
$100, 386-290-2221 Vol
WATER HEATER-
Rheem, 40 gallon, gas,
good condition, $60,
386-427-4116 Vol
WEIGHT BENCH- Body
by Jake, good cond, w/
bar & 300lbs of weights,
$200, 386-4054534 Vol


FIREFIGHTERS
TRAINEE PROGRAM
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Excellent pay/ benefits.
Paid training/relocation
expenses1-800-432-3502
Mon-Fri, 8-4


WINDOW Treatments-
(4) mauve scarves pink
drapes/toppers, 72", $15
each, 386-409-7669 Vol



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Prefinished & Unfinish-
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$101. BRAND New
Queen Pillow top mat-
tress & box set. Still in
plastic. 386-898-1252
Can deliver.
$199 ALL Brand New
King 3pc. Mattress set.
Still in plastic.
386-334-7611 Can del.
BEDROOM SET- White
wicker. Twin headboard,
night stand, desk, chair,
chest, dresser & mirror.
Like new. $900 obo.
386-547-9501
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MEMORY FOAM Thera
-Peutic NASA Mattress:
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ROLL-TOP DESK- Oak,
beautiful condition with
matching chair. Kirby
vacuum w/attachments
incl. paint sprayer. Make
offers 386-409-3915
SLEEPER SOFA-
with matching chair &
ottoman from Haverty's.
Solid hunter green w/nail
head accents & 2 accent
Pillows. Laurie- before 9
or pics 386-682-4236
SOFA: SOfA queen
sleeper & matching chair
& hassack green,blue &
pink on cream back-
ground $400
Thrift Store Liquidation
Sale- Closing Storel All
clothes $5 bag sale.
Everything else 50-75%
off. Make offer for
everything! Furniture,
household tools, etc.
Starts today. Coalition
Alliance 671 S. Nova
Ormond 386-676-6730



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New $5600, will sell for
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16-690-9018 / 690-9017
dgewater-3b/2b/2cg
rge home/yard on nice
., spa, wet bar, indoor
ill & more $249,900.
dgewater- 3b/2b/2cg
9 home w/wood firs,
en/ split plan, fenced
ickyrd. $173,000
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bargain price for remod-
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ew Smyrna Bch -
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ase opt poss. $194,900
rmond Beach -
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deck in fenecd backyard.
Inside ladry. Ecl. bk porch
Make Offers! $135K
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ORMOND BEACH -
Great buy in Northbrook
3br, 2ba, 2cg, pool, huge
fenced bkyard. All this on
a corner lot. $244,900
Better Homes & Props.,
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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-
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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







sep 1/2 car detached gar.
for your toys. $239,900.
Better Homes & Props,
Mike Flannery, Realtor
386-793-3833
PALM BAY, beautiful BB
4/3/3 split, security, over-
sized lot, screen pool,
study, built-in apple's, Ig.
MBR w/ Ig. BA, many
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PORT ORANGE Beauty
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newer roof, A/C, tile, car-
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$164,900. 386-316-8286
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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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Lucie, Vacant 3006 sq ft.
custom 4/3/2 Marble
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thru-out, island kitchen
$279,000 561-644-9996
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SOUTH DAYTONA
Great 2br, 2ba conc. blk
home. 2 car gar., walk in
closets, fenced yard.
$139,900. Better Homes
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Realtor 386-793-3833
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SOUTH DAYTONA Nice
home-Nice Price. 3br/
Nba, park-like backyd.e
Open kit., newer upgrdiv fence
$149,900 Better Homes
Realt 386-846793-383307
VERO CENTRAL BCH
Charming 3/2 block
home with terrazzo tile
firs on lush oversized lot.
New W/D. Mint cond.n
Rent to own $325,000.
772-489-0180




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leading to deck & Irgyard
Hardwd flrs.$176,000
City Realty, Ditha Sander
386-767-5609
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ity Realty, Ditpurcha Sander
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OCEAN VILLAGE Villa -
Extra Ig. plus. 1 bdrm,
pools, tennis, pets. LOW-
EST FEES Must See!
Must Sell... $118,900
386-344-2600
ORMOND BEACH-
Tomoka Meadows, Lake-
view twnhme, newly ren-
ovated, Ig closets, lots of
kitchen cabinets, fenced
patio. Comm pool, cibhse
& more! $79,000. Seller
is a Real Estate Licensee
386-299-4043
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SPRUCE CREEK
FLY-IN Golf Villa
Townhome. 3br/2ba,
2-car gar, excellent cond,
new A/C, fireplace, wet
bar, screened lanai, all
appliances. Desirable
gated community. $169K
386-295-1098



DAYTONA BEACH-
1000 acres, all or part!
1 mi. Hwy 40 frontage..
18mi. from Daytona
Beach. 954-609-2436
NC MOUNTAINS
2.2ac cabin shell $99,900
6ac. great view. $69,900.
lac. mature woods
$29,900.
Excellent Financing.
Free Brochure.
1-828-652-8700
OKEECHOBEE County
3 acres horse ready. No
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
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-
10 acre parcels, Pasture
and pines. Well drained,
great hunting, agricultural
tax breaks, 4 available,
$95,000 cash, $110,000
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1999 - 2/2 $110,000
New low price w/ pond
2002 - 2/2, $128,750
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2004 - 3/2 $175,900
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2003 - 3/2 $182,900
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CRANE LAKES
Gated Golf Community
Beautiful 3BR, 1464 sf
private yard. Relaxing FL
rm w/air, large 1 car gar.
& more. Only $119,900.
3BR w/a fantastic view of
water & golf, endcl. Fl rm.
$142,500.
Adams Cameron & Co
Gary LaFond
386-453-5522

MU$T
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EDGEWATER- MUST
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Bright tastefully deco-
rated & furnished 3br/2ba
split 1750sf on the Indian
River. Home has 20x20
FL room w/heat & air.
Mostly ceramic tile floors.
Large shed, double car-
port. Warranty on appli-
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55+ community 2 pools, 2
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Colonial Colony. 2BR, Go
to 1275 Beville R8. to see
1277 Liberty Ln. Compl
furn, new a/c, immed.
occup! 386-788-4640
ORMOND BEACH-
Nice, 55+ park, 2BR,
Screened porch, carport,
2 sheds, new paint &
carpet. $6500.
386-672-1276/451-4018
ORMOND BEACH- 55+
park NEW 3br/2ba,
screened carport, central
air, shingle roof, vinyl
siding $53,500
386-677-3250 / 451-4018
ORMOND BEACH-
Beautiful modular home,
next to Prince of Peace
Church. Cannot give it
away but will listen to
offers. 55+ community.
3/2, cathedral ceilings,
fireplace. Must see
inside. Asking $49,000
386-673-9085
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PORT ORANGE- Owner
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singlewide. Large storage
building. Central air,
washer, new refrigerator.
Lot rent $325 incl water,
lawn maintenance. $8800
offer Elmwood 3300 S.
Nova Rd. Lot #37
386-383-4685
PORT ST. LUCIE 55+
Spanish Lakes I. dblewd
2/2 FL room, New roof,
W/D, carport dishwasher,
furnished. $20,000
772-204-9882
ROSELAND BRAND
new 3/2 on 1/2 acre, pad
for dble garage, Seclud-
ed dead end road, Owner
Anxious ready to sell!
$127,500 772-473-4402
SEBASTIAN area. Intra
coastal view new 1200
sqft. 2/2 FL room. lot rent
$411 inc water, trash,
clbhse, pool, fishing pier
moor sm boat. amenities.
$59,900 772-220-5810



162 ACRES LAFAY-
ETTE CO. FLA. Planted
Pine, Hardwood Bottoms.
Road Frontage & Great
Hunting. $3700/acre.
Southern Pine Planta-
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BAYSHORE 2/2 - parking - hurricane shutters - furnished - $227,000*
VILLAGGIO 3/2 - garage - vaulted ceilings - 2nd floor - $202,000*
HOLLY SQUARE 2/2 - ground floor - now rented - $99,000*
RIVER PLACE 2/2 - small pets - dock - river view.- rented - $185,000
OCEANS 6 3/2 - luxury - furnished - porch & ocean view - $468,000
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ORMOND BEACH-
1/1 furnished apt, LR/QR,
kitchen. Also have
furnished room for rent.
Oak Brook Dr. Call for
details. 386-492-3688
PORT ORANGE - Look-
ing for professional to
share home. Full house
priv. incid pool. $550. mo
+1/2 util. Bkgrd. check.
386-761-8877
SOUTH DAYTONA-
Beautiful house on lake
to share with responsible,
honest & employed
person. $150/wk. incl util.
Carol 386-871-4070



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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
util. 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
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
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COCOA BEACH-
Port Royal Condo
2br/2ba, Fully Furnished,
1st Floor, $1200 mo. Call
Richard 407-791-6617
DAYTONA BEACH-
in subdivision, 2-Story,
comm. pool. 2 master
suites, 2.5 bath, LR/DR,
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 2/1, incls. water,
sewer, trash, cable.
Beach, Waterpark &
Main Str Pier 2 biks
away. $850. mo.+sec.
David 386-212-7880
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


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15.11 AC - $35,900
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ILLINOIS 240 acres
Hunting/tillable farm land.
Pond, barns, Big oak &
walnut trees, 1/2 mile of
creek running through
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REDUCED
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
DAYTONA BEACH: One
Two and Three Bedroom
Apartments available.
Prices from $525.
386-566-8789
DB SHORES-Completely
furnished 2/2 Luxury
Condo. No smoking/
pets. Convenient
location. $1100/mo. $300
sec. 386-761-7029
NEW SMYRNA BCH:
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1920's Charm Decorated
2008 & Very clean. His-
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canal, No Pets.
407-620-5027
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LOG CABIN 20+ acres
$119,900. Bonus: In-
cludes Free Barn Kit!
Own the dream! 1,800sf
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FL/GA border. 90 mi-
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800-898-4409 ex 1421
MADISON COUNTY, FL
Over 40 acres in a gated
community near Talla-
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net, need a quick sale.
Only $2,800 per acre. A
g reat deal! Call
66-755-6766
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
.nantahalaproperties.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.
321-432-1557 $165,00q
NC MOUNTAIN HOME-
SITES FROM $243/MO!*
Gated, paved, under-
ground utilities, ameni-
ties. Excellent Financing
Available! Call toll-free:
1-877-890-5253 x4086
www.seeriverhighlandsnc
.corn *monthly payment
of $243.26 based upon
purchase price of
$49,900 w/90% financed
@ 6.5% via 3yr. interest
only loan.
NC MOUNTAINS - Own-
er must sell a log cabin
that needs finishing for
$87,900. Has over 2
qcres of land w/nice
stream and big trees.
1-828-286-1666
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
New York
UPSTATE NY- RIVER-
FRONT FARM! 10 acres
- $84,900 River valley
views, rolling meadows,
babbling brook, wide riv-
er, 5 miles to Coopers-
town, NY! Terms!
877-866-5263


Edgewater- Waterfront.
Large 1 & 2bd. laundro-
mat, furn. or unfurn. Fish-
ing, boating, Clean & qui-
et. 1 mo Free Rent. From
$530/mo. 386-423-6240
NEW SMYRNA BCH:
Quiet blgd, Clean Lge
1br/1ba $795/mo plus
$398/Sec, 1br/1ba
$695/mo plus $348/sec
Water & Power incl.
386-402-4757
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


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
NORTH CAROLINA.
100 acres, $399,000.
Best Buy Ever! Trout
stream & paved road.
Perfect hideaway or re-
treat. 828-684-8706
Ammons Agency Real
Estate.
PERRY FLORIDA Lovely
4BR/2.5Ba, 2400 square
foot home on approx. 2
acres - a small rural town
approx. 50mi SE of Talla-
hassee. Beautiful pool &
patio area w/tall privacy
fence, Gazebo with hot
tub. Reduced - $239,000.
Call 1-386-658-3378 or
cell 1-386-208-2589
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
SOUTHEAST TENNES-
SEE Beautiful Mountain
Development; Gated,
secluded, paved roads,
utilities; Interior & bluff
lots, Wooded' 5 Acres
& up; 4 miles from 1-24.
423-949 -68 87
www.timber-wood.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
acre from $19,900
($127/mo) w/Owner Fi-
nancing. Low Taxes & No
State Income Taxes!
Near shopping, Schools,
Medical. Enjoy Golf, Fish-
ing, Boating, horseback
riding. City Water, paved
roads, electric' & Club-
house. Inquire about our
Complete Home& Land
Package $124,900. No
hidden cost! Purchase
before 6/15/08 Builders
pays first mortgage pay-
ments on package. Call
1-888-811-2168
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 properties.
Acreage available. 11
golf courses, Bean &
Assoc Inc. 931-248-1444
1-888-337-2326
beanrealty.com
TENNESSEE
MOUNTAIN & RIVER
*5 acre tracts starting
$49,000. *135acs.
w/mountain views. Great
homesites, hunting/rec-
reational, , $279,000.
*310acs. Beautiful moun-
tain property. Gorgeous
700' of river. $2700/acre.
1-888-836-8439
TENNESSEE MOUN-
TAIN 2 Acre wooded
homesites. Breathtak-
ing Tennessee River
View. Low Residential
Property Taxi No State
Income Tax, No Impact
Feel Excellent Owner
Financing Ask about
Mini VacationI
1-888-358-1020


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 blk from the
beach. 3/2/2 all appl, nice
yard and CLEAN. Small
dog okay. Avail now.
$1100/mo. 1ST MONTH
FREE! 386-761-6565
DAYTONA BCH - Peli-
can Bay 2BR/2BA/1CG.
Fireplace, screen porch
Avail now! No pets,
$1000/mo. Gated comm.
386-441-8262 / 295-6294
HOLLY HILL- 2/2, great
private cul-de-sac close
to river, Ig kitchen & walk
in closets, gar, fenced
rard, w/d, extra fridge.
995 mo. 386-295-0319
NEW SMYRNA BEACH-
newly carpeted 3BR/2BA
with garage, fireplace,
community pool, Turnbull
estuary directly behind,
unfurnished. $1000/mo.
386-423-0452
Classified 386-322-5949


TENNESSEE MOUN-
TAIN Acreage 2 acre
beautiful homesite, mil-
lion $ view! Secluded,
utilities, overlooking Ten-
nessee River. Close to
Marina, Schools, Shop-
ping! $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, 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
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
Western NC Mountains
cabin on 6.44 wooded
acresstream, joins USFS
$97,000. 800-438-8621,
email: crisp@dnet.net
www.ralphcrisprealty.com



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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



MIMS 3/2 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 withfi signifi-
cant downpayment.
$225,000. 321-299-4188,
321-299-4192
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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

RENT NOW
NEW SMYRNA: Beach-
side 2br/1ba, Newly
painted inside & out, 850
sq ft, W/D incl $750/mo
$600 sec 386-478-9035
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


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ORMOND BY The Sea -
Beautiful 2/3BR, 2BA,
newly painted inside &
out. New carpet. $950.
mo. 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 BY THE SEA-
Sea Bridge Comm. large
2/2 with new fam room.
On quiet cul-de-sac. 2nd
house from ocean. Furn
or unfurn. $1200/mo. w/
good credit 845-532-6040
Hometown News
386-322-5949


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, tennis,
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 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 & Fl
rm., Avail 5/1 $1200mo+
sec. 386-795-7144
Call Classified
386-322-5949

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PORT ORANGE very
clean doublewide spa-
cious 3bd/2ba, w/d hk-up
inside, Ig scr porch, car-
port. No smoking/pets
$850/mo lyr Ise 1st/ last/
sec cred. chk & refs
386-767-0020
PORT ORANGE, 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.
Hometown NewsOL.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 VERO CENTRAL BCH VERO BEACH Over-
schools and shopping. Charming 3/2 block looks lake, Gated comm.
Updated kitchen, Clean home with terrazzo tile 3/2, pool & clubhouse,
and freshly painted. $800 floors on lush oversized large kitchen with island
mo + sec. 386-679-9989 lot. New W/D. Mint cond. $1250mo FLS
PORT ORANGE- 3/2/2, Rent toown$1225/mo. 772-538-2536
jacuzzi, tiled kitchen & 772-489-0180
BR, 7 years young, good WALK TO THE BEACH
area & schools, all 2BR, 2BA, W/D hook-up,
appliances. $1250/mo. single garage. Exc. loca- DAYTONA BEACH. 1/2
1st & dep. 781-632-6153 tion. Freshly painted. No block to Beach! CUTE!
hoto ad #31329 www. Pets. $900 mo., $950 CLEAN! Nice area. Im-
ometownnewsOL.com deposit. 386-428-1400 mediate avail. 1BR/1BA,
- triplex. $165/wk + $500
PORT ORANGE- River- 81 o dep. Incl. some utilities
wood Plantation, hurri- V o386-235-2561
cane safe, all amenities, DAYTONA- REDUCED
3100sf, 3br/3.5ba, office, NEW SMYRNA BEACH. For qualified adult
$1800, 1st & last. Pets ? Ventian Bay. 2BR 2.5BA tenants only. Spacious,
386-214-5094/257-1503 2CG Townhome. 1834sf. 1100sf, 2br duplex. Incl
W/D. Pool access. w/d, lawn srvc, patio priv
PORT ORANGE- Waters $1000/mo. FLS. Call fence, close to univer. No
Edge- newer lakefront 386-846-0442 smoking/pets. $600/mo
executive 1500 sf, 3/2/2,
grass cutting incl, $1250 ORMOND / PINE RUN- plus sec. 386-255-0342
mo. 6797 Calistoga Cir. 3br/3ba, w/d, fireplace, EDGEWATER - Shangri-
Diplomatic Realty Mike wet bar, ceiling fans, La. Immaculate 2br/2ba,
386-453-4485 enclosed patio, deck. quiet neighborhood. Gar.
Pool tennis. $1025/mo. W/D, lawn serv. $875mo
AN'T SELL IT? 1st + security. No smok- +sec. Very clean! Credit
.A '" 9ELL M. ing or pets. 386-334-6273 check. 440-582-3606
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CAN.T BU T hometownnewsOL.com EDGEWATER FLORIDA
RENT IT!! ORMOND BEACH- Shores 2bd/1.5ba newly
Beautiful Arbor Lakes. remodel w/garage, vault-
Daytona: 3/2.5, all appliances, ed ceilings, patio, 2302
3/2/,1830 F fenced back patio area, Fern Palm $725. Avail
3/2/2, 1830 LF, clubhouse & pool now I 386-258-5357
Good cond. privileges, lawn care


* * * * . $1200/mos. incd.C- $875/mo. Must
i . a * rent! Call 386-445-5846
.... * " " Port Orange: ORMOND BEACH- Lg
* .*. " * * Condo 1BR/1BA 2-story twnhse, 2 tiaster
* * * * * * $850 mo. $850 sec. suites, 2.5ba + priv ctyd,
2/2/1,screened w/d, Tile & new carpet.
| * * i . . . lanai Comm. pool Great area 25 Fair Oaks
SCopy rig hted Material * F $950/mos. o $845/mo 954-937-3846
|"'s y n ea~ e .i 0 Flagler: g ORMOND BEACH/
Contgl/2 34 S TRAILS- Luxury 3/2.5,
* * * * SyndicatedContent * /2/2,42LSF, 2CG, fireplace, wet bar,
Good cond. cath ceiling, 1880 sf,
Available from Commercial News Providers $850/mos. Sec. dep. pool/tennis. $1200/mo.
dm$1000 smokers/pets, Avail. May
1 '.1st 386-334-3047
S* * * Call 386.672.1224 PONCE INLET-
SView our website: 2br/2.5ba, Across from
* * * northfloridarentalhomes.com beach. Inside w/d. Quiet

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SL * J5LN.USHw) 1 - Ste15 PORT ORANGE- Intra-
D � � non d lB�h, L 32174 coastal Villas Newly re-
Since 1981 modeled, 2/1.5 W/D,
S*Cent. located. Waterfront
Offices m DdS t Jlahs. w/pool. No pets / smoke.
Flagilr 6 ;Min Cu Conte $900/mo. 386-679-5004


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1929 PONTIAC 4-door CHRYSLER 300 M 1999 HARLEY DAVIDSON
sedan. Very original & - V6, auto trans, leather, 1996- Ultra Classic.
complete. Runs & drives, good running car. $3900 Garage kept, low miles,
6-cyl split head engine w obo. 386-761-5773 pics available. $9,500
14 overhaul, honeycomb DONATE A Car Today to obo 386-956-5162 Iv msg
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Not running, includes all search. Fast/ Free Tow-
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SI 1958 FORD 300- 2 door, lots of chrome, garage
292,8 cylinder, automatic, kept, runs great. $3300
9, i 'B Egood condition, fancy 386-439-5422
S- . , paint. New interior. JAPANESE
$12,500 386-212-1354 WANTED JAPANESE
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IN THE 1965 PONTIAC GTO 1970-1980, Z1-900,
ground up restoration I KZ900, KZ1000, H2-750,
more than 1/2 done. Too - H1-500, S1-250, S2-250,
many new & used parts Lrl- -- S2-350, S3-400, Cash
to list. Health forces sale. * Mot r Paid. 1-800-772-1142 or
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Any 3 zones - $28 $25,000 772-461-5078 $7000443-994-4260
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Great Leasel 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
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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
Jayco Eagle Series 8-
'96 Canvas & awning in
excel cond. Stove, fridge,
A/C & heat. New tires
w/spare. Ample stor, sips
6. $3000 386-663-4217
ad online #29788 www.
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LUXURY By Design '07
Park model, 2 slide outs,
sleeps 6, A/C, full Kit &
bath. First $17,900
772-461-0666
617-365-8564
PUMA 28' '06 Slider.
Large kitchen & storage,
hitch, sways & brakes.
Like new! $12,600
772-979-6110
Winnebago/C
Motorhome- 2003, 30ft,
2 slides, generator, 27K
miles, excellent cond,
$47,500 386-423-4747


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.
$3600obo. 321-288-6609


CHEVY 1500- 2002, reg.
cab. 6 cyl. 79K miles 1
owner exc cond. New
Michelin tires $7900.
Ormond 814-591-2376
CHEVY S-10- 1996,
white, looks good, runs
good, easy on gas, V6,
automatic. $2400
386-852-0242
CHEVY SILVERADO-
1990 3/4 ton, automatic,
6 cylinder, excellent
condition, $1500/obo
Call 386-212-7437
DODGE SE CARAVAN-
03, radio & tape player,
pwr locks, pwr lift, 13500
mi, Almost new! Asking
$8295 386-673-1102
DODGE SE CARAVAN-
1995, excellent in and
out, asking $1950
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.

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MELBOURNE- HOLLY HILL Office
N. Babcock St. 1050 sq. space. 500+ sq.ft. central
ft., very good cond., location. $425/mo. Great
available now, $1100 amenities. 386-214-8851
mo., 321-431-1196
ORMOND BEACH
PORT ORANGE- Offices for Rent to Lic.
2 finished air conditioned Professionals fr. $900*
units. 950 sf each unit. 9x10 (90sf), 15x8 (120sf)
For more information call 17.5x10, (175sf) incls.
386-871-6030 Balcony w/view.
PORT ORANGE- New 11.3'x 17'(195sf) Incls.
POR AN - New Private Front Entrance,
bldg under construction. nmcid. receptionist, basic
4215 Ridgewood Ave. 3 clerical serv.& housekeep
finished a/c units to be Excellent Nova Rd
avail. Each unit 1488 sf, location in Park Plaza.
Call 386-871-6030 Ample Parking, beautiful-
VERO- RETAILIOFFICE. ly appointed, 400 sf lobby
VERO- RETAILOFFICE Features: Wireless Hi-Spd
2 mos FREE rent. US Internet, Digital Phone
Hwy #1/Great Commerce Sys., Copier/Fax Clinician
Center. Expand or start & Patient Bathrms. (ADA
new business. $600/mo. Compliant) Kitchen Area.
772-489-0180 Call Pat 386-672-7175
after hrs 386-295-9846
PORT ST LUCIE: Furn
for_ ___ Prof. Suites, Prime Port
EDGEWATR - Furnish- St. Lucie Blvd. Incl
EDGEWATER - Furnish- phones & internet. Start
ed office space on busy $395/mo Pam (7.72)
US1 to share w/long est. 285-6558 or Pat 772)
attorney. Plenty of park- 285-2350 or at
ing, $800 mo. plus 1/2285-2350
utilities. 386-689-2326 Classified 386-322-5949


Vacation &





GATLINBURG Tenn NO CAROLINA Beech
Springtime in the Mountain. 1-6 br chalets
Smokies! Near Dolly & mountain villas fully
wood. Plan your break furnished. Golf, Hot tubs,
now. 2 & 3 br chalets with tennis, swimming, fine
mountain views, hot tubs, dining, Cool mountain
Jacuzzis, game rooms, breezes, from $225/wk.
1-877-215-3335 10% discount with this
www.marysescape.com ad. www.gobeech.com
-1-800-368-7404
NORTH CAROLINA -
Spring in 'the mountains!
".- .'.,' " Summer rentals available
-'" ,� too. Call Foscoe
. LX Rentals 1-800-723-7341
MARcATHON.hmes. OUc or visit us online at
Front. Amenities: heated www.foscoerenlals.com
pool, hot tub, docks. Call
for last minute specials!
1-888:564-5800
american-paradise.com GARAGE SALE?
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ST. AUGUSTINE BCH
Oceanview Condo fr $99
nite, or Oceanfront house
fr. $199nite/$1399wk,
Oceanfront wedding $349
or Historic Distric rom
$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


Karl Wilkins

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Wayne Rosa

Together as a team for 20 years, formerly
of Karl's Oceanside Auto Repair,
The Ormond Garage and most recently
Granada Goodyear, 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


JOHNABILMOVIC. PRESIDLEN

386-672-2474
82 N. USI * ORMOND BEACH
ON US1, ONE BLOCK NORTH OF
GRANADA BLVD. (SR40)


Boats &
Watercram


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

OPEN HOUSE
Reach over
one million potential
buyers from
North Palm Beach
thru Ormond Beach
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VALUE
24'7" CENTURY '95
200HP Yamaha, New
Garmin, GPS, Alum Trail-
er. Lots of extras,
$17,000/obo
772-770-9294
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
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


Retro Island Trawler-
2006, 21ft, 70hp Suzuki 4
stroke, fishfinder, flats
jack, trailer. $30,000
386-423-1643
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
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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
PORT ORANGE - Oak
Centre Business Park.
1000 sq ft & up of ware-
house space with or with-
out offices. Ground Level
or dock high. Also a/c of-
fice space 660 sq ft.
ORMOND BEACH-
Ormond Business Cen-
ter - 2400sq ft &up ware-
house. space. 1000 sq ft
office space. Located 1
mile So 1-95. Jeanette
386-299-7055 for info
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Friday, May 2, 2008