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Vol. 3, No. 16


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FRIDAY, May 16, 2008


City advisory boards could be in for overhaul


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This Week


BLAZING STARS


high school music students
shown a little appreciation

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Week in
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Commissioner
wants uniformity
in rules
BY BETHANY CHAMBERS
Staff writer
DAYTONA BEACH - Main
Street/South Atlantic Rede-
velopment Board member
Tom Guest and nuisance
abatement board member
John Nicholson were gripped
in a tite-a-tete following last
week's city commission work-
shop.
The subject: the guidelines
for appointment to citizen
advisory boards.


"You're on enough boards.
I'm only on one board," Mr.
Guest told Mr. Nicholson,
who is seeking appointment
on the Main Street board.
"... for self-interest," Mr.
Nicholson interjected with a
smirk.
With discussions like these
taking place around the city,
Commissioner Shiela McKay-
Vaughan suggested the May 7
workshop.
There, she proposed a list of
general rules to create unifor-
mity in board appointments,
she said.
Some of the proposals,
however, could change the
makeup of boards if enacted


PogTV to hold


film festival


Competition
seeks student
entries
BY JEANNE WILLARD
Staff writer
VOLUSIA COUNTY -
Students who dream of
being the next Steven
Spielberg will have an
opportunity to enter a
local film competition
with a chance to win cash
prizes.
Port Orange Govern-
ment Television, (pogTV)
is seeking entries for its
first annual Film Festival,
said city spokesperson
Kent Donahue.
The Film Festival,
sponsored by Veolia Envi-
ronmental Services and
Bright House Networks,
was designed to expose
pogTV to a younger gen-
eration and provide an
educational opportunity
outside the classroom, he
said.
The government chan-
nel airs live coverage of
city council meetings,
broadcasts local high
school games and covers
community events, Mr.
Donahue said.
The festival will show-
Lase student talent in the
community and give stu-
dents the opportunity to
receive valuable feedback
from knowledgeable
judges, he said.
"We are excited about
it," he said.
Open to Volusia County
high school and college
students, the two cate-
gories will be judged sep-
arately and first and sec-
ond place winners will be
selected from each group.
First place winners will


receive $200 and second
and third place winners,
$75.
In addition, the winner
of an online vote to deter-
-mine the overall most
popular entry will receive
$75.
Participants must sub-
mit a three to fifteen
minute DVD. Any theme
is .acceptable , except
those deemed offensive
by judges, Mr. Donahue
said.
Mainland High School
teacher Greg Cardino,
who teaches video and
TV classes, said Web sites
such as MySpace and
YouTube have created a
huge interest in video
production.
"The whole world is
video now," he said.
In his year-long class,
students learn how to use
technical equipment and
develop skills in audio,
lighting, shot composi-
tion and editing, he said.
Student produce short
films during the course of
the class, some of which
have been used by local
agencies, Mr. Cardino
said.
Nick McNeill, 18, and
fellow Mainland student
Josephine Jones pro-
duced a video on student
mentoring used by Volu-
sia County Schools that
they will enter in the
competition.
Mr. McNeill, visually
impaired since birth, said
he can see colors and
subjects, but has difficul-
ty with far-away or small
objects.
With the aid of some
modifications in equip-
ment he has no trouble

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by a com-
mission
vote next
month.
T h e , via t' e
suggested
include:
* Alert-
ing citi-
zens of
upcom- McKay-Vaughan
ingboard
openings six weeks in
advance. Assistant city man-
ager Betty Goodman said this
is already happening, via the
city's cable access channel
and Web site, postings at city
hall and an e-mail newsletter.


* Voting for board appli-
cants through a written ballot
at commission meetings. A
verbal vote, done now, forces
commissioners to vote
against other commissioners'
nominees, Ms. McKay-
Vaughan said.
* Sending appeals from the
Board of Adjustments, which
grants variances to city guide-
lines in special cases, to the
city commission. While Ms.
McKay-Vaughan said this
would create consistency,
several other commissioners
said it would be counterpro-
ductive to allow the appeals
because the commission sets
the rules in the first place.


* Using architects on plan-
ning and redevelopment
boards for input, but not
allowing them to vote. This
would eliminate the "awk-
ward'! situation of forcing the
volunteer architects to vote
for or against the work of col-
leagues. Commissioner Rob
Gilliland said "just because
they share the same profes-
sion does not mean they
share the same position."
* Requiring applicants to
reapply for different boards,
rather than hand in one
application for various seats.
Ms. McKay-Vaughan said this
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Super volunteers honored


Residents work to improve the -
quality of life in local communities


BY JEANNE WILLARD
Staff writer
VOLUSIA COUNTY -
They were students, profes-
sionals, business owners,
employees and retirees span-
ning different races, ages and
gender.
The common thread con-
necting 72 people honored
recently could not be seen at
a casual glance, but they all
share a desire to give to others
as volunteers.
The United Way ofVolusia-
Flagler Counties honored


their service at its 2007 Out-
standingVolunteer oftheYear
Awards luncheon held at the
Hilton, Daytona Beach
Oceanfront Resort.
The honorees epitomize
the event's slogan "Inspire by
Example," said Dixie Blake,
chairwoman of, the United
WayVolunteer Centers recog-
nition committee.
"You continue to be an
inspiration to all of us," she
said.
Of the 72 nominees, 16
were presented with Volun-
teer of the Year awards in 11


different categories including
education, youth, adult, sen-
ior, civic, corporate, disaster
response and Make a Differ-
ence Day Project.
WESH 2 News anchor Jim
Payne served as master of
ceremonies and announced
the winners who were select-
ed by a panel of community
members and business rep-
resentatives.
United Way President Ray
Salazar and John Poage, of
presenting sponsor Bright
House Networks, presented
the awards.
Faith Coleman was named
overall Outstanding Volun-
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LOOK WHAT I REELED IN


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Four-year-old Chloe Eggleston of Holly Hill plays with her prize - a plastic seahorse -
she won at the Kids Fest Carnival at American Legion Post 120 last week. The festival
benefited the American Legion Auxilary's Plan of Work for Children and Youth program.


pContinental, Two airlines leaving DBIA


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Passengers check in for Continental flights recently at
the Daytona Beach International Airport. The airline
has announced it will suspend services at the airport in
September.


Cost of fuel, decreased tourism
cited as reasons for loss


BY BETHANY CHAMBERS
Staff writer
DAYTONA BEACH -
Traveling to and from Volu-
sia County is about to
become more difficult.
Two airlines recently
announced their departures
from Daytona Beach Inter-
national Airport, and there's
no ETA for their return.
The losses could mean 20
employees laid off, fewer
flights and higher fares, air-
port representatives said
last week.
Continental Airlines


joined AirTran Airlines May
2 as the second air carrier to
announce it is pulling out of
the county-owned airport.
AirTran's last day is May 28
and Continental will finish
its 20-year relationship with
the airport Sept. 2.
"It's huge," said airport
director of business devel-
opment Stephen Cooke, of
the loss' impact. "Losing the
service means losing the
ability to commute to all
these cities, and AirTran is
our low-fare provider."
Continental averages two
flights a day to Newark, N.J.,


using a Boeing 737 aircraft
that can hold up to 114 pas-
sengers. The Newark flight is
the airport's most popular
flight, Mr. Cooke said. Dur-
ing peak tourist season,
Continental also has daily
flights to Cleveland.
Flying in and out of the
airport since 1988, Conti-
nental briefly discontinued
service after the Sept. 11 ter-
rorist attacks, but returned
in 2002 thanks to a Depart-
ment of Transportation
grant, Mr. Cooke said.
Now, Continental serves
70,000 passengers a year
locally.
Nearly 80 percent of the
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STEPPING OUT


Art Notes


Randy Barber/staff photographer
The Daytona Beach Black Nurses' Association took part in the 'Stepping in the Name of Love' walk to prevent heart dis-
ease and stroke recently. The event was sponsored by the American Heart Association and Halifax Heath. Shown are
members of the nurses' association and Daytona Beach residents from left to right: Sharon James, Dr. Sharon McCoy,
Jo Ann Colbert, Valerie Whitney, Lorene Miller, Donna Edwards, Reatha Tellis, and Tanya Marchena.


Exhibit to feature
photography school
graduates
More than 20 graduates
will be showcased in the exhi-
bition "Departures 3," on dis-
play May 20 through Sept. 6
at the Southeast Museum of
Photography, Building 1200,
1200 International Speedway
Blvd., Daytona Beach.
The exhibition
opening/museum open
house will be held from 6 to 8
p.m., Tuesday, May 20.
The juror was Todd Berto-
laet, a Florida educator and
photographer.
Also, "McDonald: The Life-
time of Power Portfolio" will
be on display May 20 through
Sept. 6.
The exhibition
opening/museum open
house will be held from 6 to 8
p.m., Tuesday, May 20, with
an artist's presentation at
noon, Wednesday, May 28.
Ed McDonald is the inau-
gural alumni focus exhibitor
as a distinguished alumni


from the photography stud-
ies program at Daytona Beach
College.
In 2005, 'A Lifetime of
Power" was an annual report
photographed by Mr.
McDonald for the Kissimmee
Utilities Authority. '"A Lifetime
of Power" was selected by the
Black Book, AR 100 as one of
the Top Ten Best Pho-
tographed Annual Reports in
the world.
Admission is free. Visitor
parking is available.
For more information, visit
the Web site at www.smpon-
line.org or call (386) 506-4475.

Brevard Art Museum
supports local artist
The Brevard Art Museum
recently purchased artwork to
add to its permanent collection
- an acrylic on paper land-
scape painting by New Smyrna
Beach resident Madeline
Kostek.
The piece was acquired last
weekend at the Melbourne Arts
Festival with a $1,500 purchase
award.


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passengers who fly Conti-
nental fly point-to-point,
meaning their final destina-
tion is Cleveland or Newark.
With Continental gone,
many people living in the
area who are from Ohio or
New Jersey will have to find
a new airline or airport. The
same goes for the many
vacationers from the two
states, Mr. Cooke said.
"What they're telling me is
this is really because the fuel
price is up," he said. "Florida
is a leisure market and a
destination market. People
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* put gas in their car, let alone
fly, so they won't come down
here."
Julie King, Continental
spokeswoman, confirmed
that theory.
"It's the financial perform-
ance of this airport coupled
with the high cost of fuel,"
she said. "It's made the loss-
es too great to allow us to
maintain service."
In order to manufacture
jet fuel, the airlines must
purchase crude oil, which
hit $123 per barrel last week,
and pay an additional $25-35
per barrel in refinement.
"For every $1 increase in
crude price, our annual costs
increase $45 million," Ms.
King said.
While Continental does
not expect to return to the
airport, Mr. Cooke said "it's
not over till they leave." He
will be meeting with airline
officials next month to dis-
cuss alternatives.
AirTran officials, on the
, other hand, have said they
would like the airline to
return to the airport in Jpnu-


ary for the late winter rush of
snowbirds and events
tourists.
"That doesn't mean they'll
come back," Mr: Cooke said.
"If it gets worse, I can guar-
antee they won't."
Since coming to the air-
port last year, AirTran has
flown an average of three
flights daily to their hub in
Atlanta. On Feb. 14, they also
began daily flights to New
York's LaGuardia Airport and
weekend flights to Baltimore.
In 2007 alone, the airport's
air traffic rose 30 percent,
with 80,000 more passengers
than the year before. AirTran
flights accounted for 78,000
of those passengers, Mr.
Cooke said.
Altogether, 160,000 people
flew AirTran to or from the
airport last year.
Losing AirTran would put
Daytona Beach resident
Mary. Patheiraja. in a..bind,
she said while waitiihg for a
flight last week.
"I like AirTran. I'd go to
Orlando (to fly with them),
but it's going to be more


expensive," she said, refer-
ring to the $17-a-day parking
charge at Orlando Interna-
tional Airport.
In order to keep the air-
lines in Daytona Beach -, and
satiate the needs of newcom-
er US Airways and Delta,
which has announced plans
to fly smaller planes out of
,the airport - Mr. Cooke said
he's going to try to "pull a
rabbit out of a hat."
The airport will offer to
provide baggage handling for
the airlines, so they don't
have to hire outside services,
and to conduct extensive
marketing campaigns, Mr.
Cooke said.
"Yes, we're going to lose
some money (on the servic-
es), but for every passenger
who boards an airplane, we
get $15 on concession pur-
chases and facility charges,"
he said. "If no passengers
board, we don't get any of it..
We're trying to keep people
getting on planes here."
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Silver Sands Middle School
students Alexis
Antonopoulos of Daytona
Beach and Dejay Baker of
Port Orange perform a
song entitled 'Come on
- Everybody,' during the 7th
. annual Blazing Star
- Awards at the News-
Journal Center's Gillespy
. Theater in Daytona Beach.




Randy Barber
Staff photographer

'Blazing Stars' awarded for high school music


BY BETHANY CHAMBERS
Staff writer

VOLUSIA COUNTY -
Owning the stage with her
brunette pixie haircut and
dimple-framed smile, New
Smyrna Beach High School
student Candice Cuchetti
belted what could have been
the theme of last week's
"Blazing Star" awards.
"I don't care if I'm ever rich
and famous," Candice sang,
channeling the spunky Sister
Robert Anne of "Nunsense:
The MegaMusical," "I just
want to be a star."
Though Candice wasn't
one of the six high schoolers
who went home with a flashy
plaque, she was one of the
highlights at the seventh
annual Blazing Star Awards
for performances in high
school musicals.
Hosted by the Seaside
Music Theater May 9, the
awards were filled with sur-
prises: a tie in one category, a
third-time winner, a Broad-
way-trained winner and a
winner whose older brother
won two years ago.
But every one of the 28
nominees was a winner, said
awards show organizer Gary
Cadwallader, SMT director of
education.
Mr. Cadwallader modeled
the awards after large region-
al award programs in Pitts-
burgh, Pa. and New Jersey
after one teenage actor in an


SMT show noted the lack or
recognition he received at
school.
"In our area, there's so
much attention focused on
kids who do sports. Artists
don't get the attention," he
said. "This definitely gives a
sense of support to not just
the winners, but the nomi-
nees and others involved.
This says: what you do has
some validity."
This year's awards show in
the Gillespy Theater at the
News-Journal Center wel-
comed more than 100 guests
with performances of
excerpts from six high school
musicals.
The featured performance
- and a crowd-pleaser - was
a song from the jukebox
musical "All Shook Up," per-
formed by students from Sil-
ver Sands Middle School led
by teeny-bopper heartthrob
Dejay Baker as a Gap com-
mercial-stylized Elvis Pres-
ley.
One of the night's six win-
ners, Atlantic High School
freshman Spencer Meeks of
Port. Orange, performed in
the Silver Sands musical the-
ater class last year.
Winner of the best sup-
porting actor award for his
role in "Children of Eden," he
said he'd encourage fresh-
men to get involved in the-
ater.
"This was my first show in
high school and I was a little
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big the production would be
at the beginning," he said,
shaking his shoulder-length
dirty blond hair in disbelief.
Award presenters included
Volusia and Flagler Schools
representatives, professional
actors and local philanthro-
pist Michelle Carter-Scott,
mother of NBA player Vince
Carter, who praised the stu-
dents' talents.
"Most people don't under-
stand what hard work it
takes (to achieve a dream),"
Ms. Carter-Scott said. "I was
yelling at (Vince) at 11 p.m.
to stop shooting baskets;
what does a mother know?"
SMT performer Shannon
Bilo said she went from high
school shows to a full-time
acting career in just six years.
"Not everyone has the guts
to get up and do it. It's
admirable and brave and it
keeps you out of trouble,"
the 24-year-old said. "My
mom was OK with me being
out late because she knew I
was at rehearsal."
Best actor winner Steven
Trombley, an Atlantic High
School senior who played
God in "Eden," also urged
young actors to take the
stage despite the obstacles.
"You have to be willing to
accept a lot of rejection. I've
had my fair share," said the
future University of Michi-
gan music business major.
"Just don't have any regrets.
It's worth it."
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just this newest plaque - an
artsy etched glass piece,
donated by Daytona Beach
Mayor Glenn Ritchey - with
her to The Boston Conserva-
tory, where she'll major in
musical theater.
Seabreeze Sophomore
Grace Winchester of
Ormond Beach won best
supporting actress. Her
brother, Josh, won best actor
in 2006.
At six years old, Grace saw
the show "Annie," fell in love
with the song "Tomorrow"
and "was hooked," she said.
She went on to perform in
the show on Broadway.
"Doing a high school
musical is actually harder.
You have homework and late.
nights, and all the kids take it
so seriously," she said. "(On
Broadway) the production is
up in three weeks."
Next year, SMT will invite
Lake, St. Johns, Putman,
Seminole, Orange and Bre-
vard county high schools to
enter their shows in the
awards. There will also be
several other categories, Mr.
Cadwallader said.
"There's a movement
across the country to take
these awards to a much
higher level," said Lester Mal-
izia, SMT artistic director and
"Blazing Star" emcee. Hope-
fully we can be at the point
someday where you can
watch this on your, telgvi-
sion."


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Police Explorers get
creative to raise funds

The Daytona Beach Police
Department's Explorer Pro-
gram will sell T-shirts at $10
a piece, featuring a carica-
ture drawing in the likeness
of Police Chief Mike Chit-
wood that reads "Scumbag
Eradication Team, Not In
Our Town."
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Beach. Checks must be
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um, large, X-large and
XX-large are available.
The police department's
Explorer program is a volun-
teer group of 25 young men
and women, ranging in age
from 14 to 19, interested in
developing skills needed for
a law enforcement career.
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ment, the mentoring pro-
gram relies on fundraisers to
provide the finances needed
to pay for competitions, uni-
forms and group activities.
In addition to selling T-
shirts, the group also parks
vehicles during special
events to raise money.
The artwork depicting
Chief Chitwood was created
in July 2007 by Randy Cruz, a
part-time civilian employee
of the police department.

Banquet to benefit
nursing hopefuls

The Daytona Beach Black
Nurses Association annual
scholarship banquet will be
held at 7 p.m., Saturday, May
17, at Palmetto Club, 1000 S.
Beach St., Daytona Beach.
Tickets cost $30 each.
This banquet will provide
financial assistance to per-
sons pursuing a career in


nursing.
For more information, call
(386) 253-8644.

Winners announced
from fitness
challenge
The Volusia County 911
Fitness Challenge wrapped
up last week after 14 weeks,
and 298 people from emer-
gency service groups across
the county participated.
Altogether, 2464.7 pounds
were lost with an average
loss of 15.56 percent body
fat.
Winners from Volusia
County Fire Services were
Steve Garger, Paul Pulitano,
Dennis Kelly and John
Bryant, with an average
30.13 percent loss.
Another team from Volu-
sia County Fire Services
were Ryan Thompson,


Dustin Stricklan, John
Moak, Matt Slifkin and
James Gray, with an average
28.21 percent loss of body
fat.

Judges re-elected
Fourteen circuit and
three county court judges
in the Seventh Judicial Cir-
cuit will spend another six
years on the bench after
drawing no opposition dur-
ing last week's qualifying
period.
Local judges whose terms
end in 2008 include:
Circuit Judge Shawn L.
Briese, Daytona Beach; Cir-
cuit Judge Margaret W.
Hudson, Daytona Beach;
Circuit Judge R.. Michael
Hutcheson, Daytona Beach;
Circuit Judge Julianne Pig-
gotte, Daytona Beach; Cir-
cuit Judge J. David Walsh,
Daytona Beach; Volusia
County Court Judge David


H. Foxman, Daytona Beach;
and Volusia County Court
Judge Peter A.D.
McGlashan, Daytona
Beach.

Officers installed

Officers of the Daytona
Beach Emblem 204 were
installed April 14 at Day-
tona Beach Elks Lodge
1141.
Officers installed were:
June Siebert, president;
Ingrid Huie, past president;
Roberta Lambe, vice presi-
dent; Kathy Rogers, finan-
cial secretary and Jackie
Kean, treasurer.
Daytona Beach Emblem
was instituted June 8, 1951
and will celebrate 57 years
in Daytona Beach.
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teer of the Year for her work
in partnership with Dr. John
Canakaris, at the Flagler
County Free Clinic.
Many local residents were
among those nominated and
receiving awards.
New Smyrna Beach resi-
dent Ruby Clark received the
Individual Education Award
for her work with school chil-
dren. Although she volun-
teers more than 100 hours
per month, she was sur-
prised to be recognized.
"I'm overwhelmed," the
retired school teacher said. "I
didn't expect it. It's just some-
thing I do everyday."
Helping victims of domes-
tic violence at the Daytona
Beach Office of the State
Attorney earned Millie Sam-
ples the runner-up individ-
ual adult award.
"I'm very surprised," Ms.
Samples said, after receiving
the award. "What I do - I
love. I love being a victim's
advocate. I just try to keep
my people safe."
Port Orange-based "Sew
Many Memories" which
works closely with The Hos-
pice of Volusia-Flagler Coun-
ties, was named Civic Group
winner for keepsake bears
and pillows volunteers create
from the clothing of a loved
one who has died.
The Kiwanis Club ofVolusia
and Flagler Counties won the
local Make a Difference Day
Project of the Year for its first


annual Kids Safety Fair, draw-
ing more than 2,000 children
at six locations throughout
both counties.
The Great Kids Explorer
Club earned the Education
Group award for its efforts to
improve grades and study
skills with children from New
Smyrna Beach, Ormond
Beach, Port Orange and
DeLeon Springs.
More than 500 people,
including elected officials
such as Volusia County Chair-
man Frank Bruno, Ormond
Beach Mayor Fred Costello
and New Smyrna Beach
Mayor Sally Mackay, gathered
to recognize the contribution
of volunteers.
"We're proud of all the vol-
unteers we have here in Volu-
sia County," Mr. Bruno said. "
Imagine if we didn't have all
these people working in our
community. It makes our
quality of life terrific."
United Way Volunteer Cen-
ter Director Laura Zublionis
echoed Mr. Bruno's senti-
ments.
"We do this once a year in
conjunction with National
Volunteer Week, but there are
people out there that deserve
the recognition each and
every day," she said. "There
are some amazing people
doing amazing things around
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POLICE REPORTS


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

Daytona Beach
Police Department

*Quintana Maria Poole, 18,
of 550 Live Oak Ave., Daytona
Beach, was arrested May 2 on
charges of aggravated battery
with a deadly weapon. Bail
was set at $5,000.
*Tabatha Lynn Yearling, 23,
of 147 Pierce Ave., Daytona
Beach, was arrested May 2 on
charges of possession of
cocaine. Bail was set at $1,500.
*Jarell Devon Jackson, 23, of
629 Jean St., Daytona Beach,
was arrested May 2 on
charges of aggravated assault
on a law enforcement officer,
the sale and delivery of
cocaine, possession of
cannabis with intent to dis-
tribute and tampering with
evidence. Bail was set at
$4,000.
*Carl Edward Nelson, 19, of
506 Loomis Trails, Daytona
Beach, was arrested May 2 on
charges of possession of
cocaine with intent to distrib-
ute. No bail was set.
*Wesley Ramon Wilkins, 31,
of 116 Oakwood Drive, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested May
2 on charges of possession of
cocaine. Bail was set at $1,500.
*Latherio Jerome Robinson,
32, of 711 N. Grandview Ave.,
No. 3, Daytona Beach, was
arrested May 2 on charges of
unlawful possession of
cocaine with intent to distrib-
ute and tampering with evi-
dence. Bail was set at $10,500.
*Michelle Cunningham
Gunter, 34, of 1174 Bryn Mawr
Drive, Daytona Beach, was
arrested May 3 on charges of
possession of cannabis with
intent to distribute, posses-
sion of crack cocaine and
unlawful possession of nar-
cotics. Bail was set at $12,000.
*Danny David Wright, 25, of
1830 S. Clyde Morris Blvd., No.


14, Daytona Beach, was
arrested May 3 on charges of
unlawful possession of a con-
trolled substance. Bail was set
at $1,500.
*David Samuel Harvey, 18,
of 1071 Madison Ave., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested May
3 on charges of two counts of
burglary. Bail was set at
$5,500.
*Bryan Christopher Ful-
more, 48, of 316 North St.,
Daytona Beach, was arrested
May 3 on charges of unlawful
possession of a controlled
substance. Bail was set at
$2,000.
*Leroy J. Parsells, 64, of 416
Eastwood Lane, Daytona
Beach, was arrested May 3 on
charges of unlawful posses-
sion of a controlled sub-
stance. No bail was set.
*Edwisvaldo Rodriguez, 34,
of 1901 Frank Place, Daytona
Beach, was arrested May 3 on
charges of two counts of
aggravated battery. Bail was
set at $30,000.
*Natasha V Montgomery,
25, of 503 Jean St., Apt. 3, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested May
4 on charges of aggravated
battery with a deadly weapon.
Bail was set at $2,000.
*Crystal Rochelle Vanter-
pool, 25, of 500 Jimmy Ann
Drive, No. 626, Daytona
Beach, was arrested May 4 on
charges of aggravated domes-
tic battery. No bail was set. .
*Kimberly Elizabeth
Dowdell, 23, of 1049 Brent-
wood, No. 206, Daytona
Beach, was arrested May 4 on
charges of child neglect. Bail
was set at $1,000.
*David Anthony Smith, 39,
of 1221 Kennedy Road, Apt.
41, Daytona Beach, was
arrested May 4 on charges of
unlawful possession of a con-
trolled substance. Bail was set
at $2,500.
*Tharell Lewis, 29, of 728
Greene Ave., Daytona Beach,
was arrested May 4 on
charges of possession of
cannabis with intent to dis-
tribute. Bail was set at $3,000.
*Patrick J. Radcliff, 18, of 424
N. Charles St., Apt. 6, Daytona


Beach, was arrested May 4 on
charges of grand theft auto.
Bail was set at $1,000.
*Allison Ann Wigley, 21, of
415 Revila Blvd., Daytona
Beach, was arrested May 5 on
charges of two counts of
unlawful possession of a con-
trolled substance. Bail was set
at $3,000.
*Robert Earl Johnson, 45, of
1015 Cadillac Drive, Daytona
Beach, was arrested May 6 on
charges of possession of para-
phernalia in a correctional
facility. Bail was set at $1,000.
*Keith Eugene Thompson,
26, of 721 Terrace Ave., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested May
6 on charges of uttering a
forged instrument. Bail was
set at $1,500.
*Kelly Catherine Cooke, 31,
of 639 Jefferson St., Daytona
Beach was arrested May 7 on
charges of possession of
cocaine. Bail was set at $2,250.
*Rodney Maurice Toby, 29,
of 220 Reva St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested May 7 on
charges of throwing a deadly
missile at an occupied vehicle.
Bail was set at $5,000.
*Thomas A. Hettmansperg-
er, 28, of 643 Mulberry St., No.
2, Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed May 7 on charges of unlaw-
ful possession of a controlled
substance. Bail was set at
$2,500.
*Carzie Brenetta Rhodes,
28, of 550 Live Oak Ave., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested May
8 on charges of aggravated
assault. No bail was set.
*Loretta Maureen Cooper,
33, of 1350 Virginia Ave., No.
2, Daytona Beach, was
arrested May 8 on charges of
grand theft. Bail was set at
$1,000.
*Juan C. Young, 25, of 615
Hudson St., Daytona Beach,
was arrested May 8 on
charges of unlawful posses-
sion of a controlled sub-
stance. No bail was set.
*Edward H. Williams III, 46,
of 808 No. 124 S. Atlantic
Ave., Daytona Beach, was
arrested May 8 on charges of
aggravated assault. No bail
was set.


*Shawn D. Clark, 20, of 611
1/2 North St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested May 8
on charges of aggravated
assault with a firearm. Bail
was set at $5,500.

Holly Hill
Police Department

*Daniel James Collins, 21,
of 1587 Garden Ave., Holly
Hill, was arrested May 2 on
charges of commercial bur-
glary. Bail was set at $1,500.
*William Thomas Brown,
49, of 625 Twin Oaks Circle,
Holly Hill, was arrested May
6 on charges of possession of
cocaine. Bail was set at
$2,000.
*Tina Louise Keys, 45, of
1147 Ridgewood Ave., No. 2,
Holly Hill, was arrested May
8 on charges of aggravated
domestic battery. No bail
was set.

Volusia County
Sheriff's Office

*Kevin G. Richardson, 53,
of 1077 Peter Road, Daytona
Beach, was arrested May 2
on charges of grand theft.
Bail was set at $2,500.
*William Douglas Viasaly-
ers, 20, of 733 Mulberry St.,
Daytona Beach, was arrested
May 2 on charges of posses-
sion of cocaine. Bail was set
at $1,000.
*Leonora Carwello, 61, of
316 North St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested May 5
on charges of battery on an
agent of the county. Bail was
set at $2,500.
*Jihaad B. Shabazz, .39, of
306 Cotrill Ave., Daytona
Beach, was arrested May 5
on charges of unemploy-
ment fraud. Bail was set at
$500.
*Rashad Deangelo Miles,
20, of 448 Garden St., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
May 5 on charges of auto
theft. Bail was set at $2,500.
*Lavonne Nmn Few, 36, of
422 N. Lincoln St., Daytona


Wanted person:
Kenneth Alonzo Stewart
Birth date: Oct. 12, 1965
Reason wanted:
Aggravated battery,
possession of a firearm
by a convicted felon
Last known location:
Daytona Beach
Distinguishing features:
Tattoo on arm

Crime Stoppers of
Northeast Florida is seek-
ing information on the
whereabouts of 42-year-
old Kenneth Alonzo
Stewart.
Mr. Stewart is a fugi-
tive, wanted on two open
warrants charging him
with aggravated battery
with a firearm and pos-
session of a firearm by a
convicted felon. The war-
rants call for Mr. Stewart
to be taken into custody
and held on a combined
bond of $125,000.
He was last known to
be living on Ellsworth
Street in Daytona Beach.


Beach, was arrested May 6
on charges of public assis-
tance fraud. No bail was set.
*Kevin Lamont Lindsay,
34, of 227 Madison Ave., No.
5, Daytona Beach, was
arrested May 6 on charges of
the sale of cocaine within
1,000 feet of a church. Bail
was set at $25,000.
*April Ocasio, 34, of 350
Alexander Ave., Daytona
Beach, was arrested May 7
on charges of aggravated
assault with a deadly
weapon and aggravated bat-
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He's 5 feet, 7 inches and
about 165 pounds, with
black hair and brown
eyes.
If you see Mr. Stewart
or know where he is,
don't attempt to appre-
hend him. Anyone with
information on his
whereabouts 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.


tery with a deadly weapon.
No bail was set.
*William John Mullins, 39,
of 643 Mulberry St., No. 1,
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed May 7 on charges of pos-
session of crack cocaine
with intent to distribute.
Bail was set at $25,000.
*Loretta Maureen Cooper,
33, of 1350 Virginia Ave., No.
2, Daytona Beach, was
arrested May 8 on charges of
failure to redeliver a hired
vehicle. Bail was set at
$1,500.


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Call the Hometown Rants & Raves line at

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Callers are asked to refrain from making slanderous
statements. Statements of fact will be checked for
accuracy.


In response to 'Hound Dog Hilton has tails
wagging'

It's hardly a Hound Dog Hilton; it's not even a Hound Dog
Motel 6.
It's a concrete slab with a chain-linked fence. Then they
built a privacy fence around it.
Those dogs are not completely out of the elements when
it rains. The entire west side is open; blowing wind and rain
can get in there. They need a better building for these ani-
mals.

Think before you call

Who is responsible for the tax mess that is affecting all
cities? Is it due to the local government's inability to keep
costs down and live within their means? Maybe. But if you
want to see the real culprit, just look in the mirror.
Taxpayers keep requiring more services, but in the end,
they balk when the bill comes due. Are you one of the many
citizens who call 911 when their kid skins a knee falling off a
bike or has a side effect of a medication that is clearly listed
on the drug information sheet?
Let's ask why a nursing home calls 911 for a patient that is
scheduled to go to the ER for a non-emergency procedure,
instead of calling for a non-emergency transport van.
Which option do you think is cheaper for the patient and
Medicare and the taxpayer?
Here's another: When the electrical transformer in the
power pole blows and your power goes out - unless there
is an electrical line laying in the yard or road - call Florida
Power & Light; they take care of power outages.
Are you one of those drive-by 911 callers? They see some-
one taking a nap on the park bench waiting for the bus or
see a minor fender bender in a parking lot or smell smoke in
the air and call 911 anonymously, then keep driving. They
never realize how many false calls they cause.
Here are a few facts everyone needs to remember: 1. Every
time someone calls 911 for these types of non-emergency
calls, the system sends, depending on the type of call, one
to two fire trucks with firefighter/paramedics and one
ambulancewith two paramedics. An-intelligent person can ,
see how this will add up in costs.'.
2.You will not get into the emergency room any faster to
see the doctor just because you're in an ambulance; every-
one is seen according to the severity of their medical prob-
lem. Taking an ambulance when not required will only
result in a very large bill ($400 to $500) for what is in essence
a taxi ride. Try to keep in mind what medical emergencies
include but not limited to: Chest pain, shortness of breath,
signs of stroke, diabetic problems, unconsciousness and
major trauma.
Notice what is missing: Upset because your boyfriend left
you, need help putting on lotion for a sunburn, earache,
chronic back aches and any other minor medical condi-
tions.
If you truly believe you have a life-threatening problem or
are unsure, call 911. Your local EMS system is one of the
finest in the country, but please use common sense. All of
these services cost money to operate and maintain; nothing
is free. Just look at your tax bill.

Mother cannot fathom budget cuts

I am not one who constantly writes to complain about
legislation; however, I am appalled at the lack of attention
being paid to our most valuable resources - our children.
I cannot in my wildest imagination understand why the
schools are being cut so drastically, and the already limited
resources directed to schools are being even further limited.
How can we possibly expect our children to feel valued with
all that is being reduced in the name of money? How can we
hold our heads up and call ourselves adults in light of what
is happening to our school?
I am a mom, school volunteer and school supporter, and I
can no longer stomach all the cuts to the school program.
My particular concerns are the lack of assistants being
provided to elementary teachers. As a mom of a kindergart-
ner in 1999,1 volunteered almost every day in the classroom
because the teacher had a part-time assistant and 34 chil-
dren. How can anyone think that is manageable?
While teachers are begging for glue, paper and tissues
from parents, I can't stand seeing another headline that




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says another $40 million is cut from my school district
while we squander billions on greed and war, among other
things. I pray people wake from their apathy and defeatism
to speak up for what is really worth something.
Our school district has some of the brightest and most
caring students and teachers. They deserve better. They
deserve to have a future filled with hope for things to
improve and a government that cares about education.
They need to believe that they are inheriting a system that
is about more than making money or about holding power
over others at the expense of providing basic services for
them.
One final note: There is tao justification for taking money
from the public schools that cannot perform adequately
and giving it to a private school that does not take the
FCAT.

Save our water

With all we are hearing about our water going to be so
expensive to reclaim and in such short supply, why not do
what we all did so many years ago? Save our rainwater. It is
so simple, so cheap and so "green."
If you're new to rain recycling or water harvesting, rain
barrels (cisterns) are barrel-shaped devices used for recy-
cling rainwater from your home's roof, which with slight
rniodificatiori to your downspout, you can collect Water and
"store 'it-for'later use. Theri'you can water your plants-and
gardens with your recycled rainwater as needed. Rainwater
is better for your plants than municipal water because it's
free of chlorine and other chemicals. It will help you have
the best plants, roses or homegrown tomatoes possible.
There are still many more benefits to using rain barrels:
They are great for the environment because they reduce
water run-off. When it rains, in many cases, our roof water
goes from our gutter to the sewers before much is absorbed.
What a waste! By capturing rainwater and releasing it later
when the weather is dry, water is used and returned to the
environment at the rate that nature intended.
The water is so soft for washing your hair naturally; just
ask your grandmother.
I make my rain barrels from recycled Food and Drug
Administration-approved food grade barrels that have trav-
eled from Greece, Portugal, Spain and Chili carrying olives
and pickles. Don't use any barrels that have had chemicals
stored or are translucent.

Web site is disturbing

I use an online site to either buy or sell items. It's a great
source to find the things you want. However, there are two
sections that truly disgust me. One is under the personals
section, and the other is under services. The one under per-
sonals is "Casual Encounters". This is where people can find
someone else to hook up with. But, it's not your basic per-
sonal/dating ads. It's for people to find others like them-
selves for sex. And, from what I've seen, a lot of these people
are married! What are these people thinking? What are they
telling society? That it's okay to cheat on your spouse? That
marriage doesn't mean anything? I think these people
should be ashamed of themselves. They should realize what
they're doing is morally wrong, and that some day they will
be caught.
The other one that bothers me (and I'm sure I'm not
alone) is the erotic section under services. I thought prosti-
tution was illegal. They're prostitutes soliciting sex.
Why doesn't law enforcement do something about this?
Prostitution is illegal, isn't it? And, what about our kids? Do


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we want our children seeing things like this? What is the
world coming to? Are we that insensitive and uncaring as a
society that we accept things like this? A lot of people these
days have an "I don't care" attitude, "as long as it doesn't
affect me, so what?" This is just another thing that puts all of
us deeper in the crapper. And, some day people like those
who place those ads will have to answer for what they've
done. And, don't be fooled...we'll too have to answer for our
uncaring attitude.

Hope for the youth

We will save our youth from illegal drugs and pornogra-
phy. We need to save them from wimps and sneaks. It is bet-
ter to be a square. Do what's right, not what's wrong. We
shall become more educated and help the youth against
those that target them. We will never let them down. Our
communities are crying for law and order.

A view on older drivers

Drivers over 60 should be allowed on the roads between
11 a.m. and 1 pm. daily, and that's it. They snarl traffic with
their 'can't go over 20 miles-per-hour' driving tactics. They
wait until the last minute to pull out in front of somebody
going the speed limit, and then are either too docile to real-
ize they almost caused a major collision, 'or so angry that
someone would question their driving ability that they start
in on a profane tirade, including the one-finger salute.
The only way to ensure these folks aren't out causing may-
hem on the roads is to limit their time on them. This may
sound cruel, but it's for everyone's safety.

In America, we take care of ourselves
I'm a big fan of your paper. I and my brother never miss
an issue.
I have two points to make. First, the local problem of the
homeless is not society's problem. I was once homeless. In
America, you pick yourself up by your own bootstraps. My
mother taught me this at 16 years old. Simple as that. No ifs,
ands or buts.
Now, on to the second point. Experts keep saying the
economy is in bad shape. According to who? I have had the
same steady job for eight years. Last September, I celebrated
30 years of working for a living. Was I ever jobless? Sure I
was. Guess what? Ladies and gentlemen? I got another job.

Who can help these children?
If children can be taken out of a polygamist community in
West Texas, with just one call of a brave young girl's accusa-
tion of abuse in all its form, why can't Florida do the same?
There are children crying out for help to get out of a situa-
tion they have no control of. They are being abused mental-
ly through constant fighting, cursing and drug use of adults
living under the same roof. God knows what else is happen-
ing in their household.
Department of Children and Family Services and the
police department find nothing wrong. How could they
believe the abusers who control the minds of these chil-
dren? They cannot get inside the house without permission,
but they did in West Texas.
(They can) get into the house without prior notice and
find out how these children live. They want proof, not
hearsay. If I am a cop and tell you that I will raid your house
for drugs, would you not be smart enough to clean up and
remove evidence?


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Local girls compete in beauty pageant


More than just
a pretty face
contestants say
BY JEANNE WILLARD
Staff writer
ORMOND BEACH -
Sporting a pink T-shirt,
Hollister sweat pants and.
bejeweled high-tops tied
with shocking-pink laces,
Tia McDonald looked like
any 15-year-old hanging
out on a Saturday after-
noon.
But she's not.
The Edgewater teen had
just finished rehearsal for
the 2008 Florida U.S.
Pageant at the Ormond
Beach Performing Arts
Center as a contestant for
the Ms. Junior Teen United
States title, and was
preparing for the all-
important judges inter-
view.
Tia and another local
resident, Leah Bowman,
were two of dozens of
young women vying for a


crown, something that they
believe makes them well-
rounded, but some femi-
nists decry as nothing
more than the a beauty
title.
Both girls said that enter-
ing pageants is about more
than just having a stereo-
typical pretty face or
shapely body.
"I think it's really impor-
tant for the winner to have
some substance," said
Leah, a New Smyrna Beach
High School Student.
Contestants work hard
learning about current
events, staying fit, volun-
teering in the community
and learning how to speak
in front of an audience,
both girls said.
President of the Orlando
chapter of the National
Organization for Woman
Cicely Scheiner doesn't
disagree that contestants
have traditionally cited
such benefits, but said
that's just a small part of
the event.
"They are called beauty


pageants," Ms. Scheiner
said. "It's a competition
based on beauty."
Carl Dunn, CEO of
Pageantry Magazine, a
leading pageant industry
magazine for more than 30
years, says pageants teach
young women about goals
and effective communica-
tion.
"Very few people can get
up on stage and speak in
an intelligent and concise
manner," he said. "The
(contestants) are well
aware of social causes.
They know how to set goals
and how to achieve goals."
Despite that sentiment,
ground zero for the con-
testants before the all-
important judges inter-
views and taking the stage
is a bastion of traditional
feminine beauty - the hair
and makeup preparation
area.
At the center of a hub of
activity is a long table
holding a jumble of make-
up tubes, mirrors, lip-
gloss, brushes, curling


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Tia McDonald of Edgewater finishes getting ready in hopes of becoming the next Florida
Junior Teen during the Florida U.S. Pageant at the Ormond Beach Performing Arts Center.


irons, rollers, hair spray
and bobby pins.
Pageant coach and hair
and make-up artist Mona
Eagle along with her
daughter Lacey, apply their
beauty potions to th6 girls
while murmuring words of


encouragement.
An 11-year veteran of
pageants, Tia emerged
wearing 3-inch patent-
leather stiletto heels, a
black and white knit dress
with her waist-length cof-
fee-brown hair slightly


curled at the ends.
"I absolutely love this,"
the New Smyrna Beach
High School student said.
"This is my life."
But that doesn't mean

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City employee advocates for small business incubator


Project could add
to Holly Hill's
business friendly
reputation
BY BETHANY CHAMBERS
Staff writer
HOLLY HILL - If one
city employee here has her
way, the city could be see-
ing green in the next few
years in more ways than'
one.
City redevelopment
coordinator Marsha
Radulovich announced
plans last month to bring
to the city a small business
incubator for companies
working in the field of


renewable energy, or
"green" industries.
An incubator, which pro-
vides low-cost rental space
for unique businesses in
their first three years of
operation, can create a
greater sense of communi-
ty between existing busi-
ness professionals, who
serve as mentors to the
new entrepreneurs.
It can also enhance the
city's business-friendly
reputation, Ms.
Radulovich said, attracting
more businesses.
That's what got the city
commission's support for
her quest.
Though it could be a few
more years before the
incubator is up and run-


ning, that's better late than
never, Mayor Roland Via
said. Businesses already
pay more than half of the
city's property taxes, he
said.
"That keeps taxes low for
our residents," he said,
"and creates jobs so they
don't have to go to neigh-
boring towns to work."
Ms. Radulovich original-
ly took plans to former city
manager Joe Forte in 2006.
But with budget cuts and
work on the city's commu-
nity redevelopment area
master plan beginning, the
incubator took a back seat.
Now, Ms. Radulovich has
resumed her plans.
Funding for the incuba-
tor could come from part-


nerships with local busi-
nesses and. colleges, the
community redevelop-
ment area, those taxes ear-
marked to revitalize down-
trodden parts of town, and
from the Florida High Tech
Corridor Council, a state
legislative initiative to
keep technology jobs in
the state.
Ms. Radulovich said the
amount an incubator costs
depends largely on the size
of the space the city must
rent. Donations often off-
set some costs.
Currently, . Ms.
Radulovich is working with
Philip Ehlinger, business
manager-, of the Volusia
County Department of
Economic Development.


In the next month they'll
visit the University of Cen-
tral Florida's new incuba-
tor for optics technology,
the Florida NASA incuba-
tor in Melbourne and two
University of Florida incu-
bators, one for manufac-
turing companies and the
other for scientific labora-
tory research.
Ms. Radulovich said she
believes the Holly Hill
incubator would be the
first in the state dedicated
to renewable energy busi-
nesses.
There's no better place
than Florida to try to uti-
lize wind, water and sun-
shine to provide sustain-
able, eco-friendly energy,
she said.


"Florida Power and Light
has been studying wind
farms and tidal energy,"
she said. "They're chang-
ing the face of energy as we
know it."
It's a great idea, even if
the new inventions - some
just small parts or software
programs - go on to be
used in fields other than
renewable energy, Mr.
Ehlinger said.
In Holly Hill, the incuba-
tor would most likely be'
mixed-use space for
offices, manufacturing and
warehousing in the com-
mercial corridor, near
State and Carswell
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Father, daughter
share dream
BY BETHANY CHAMBERS
Staff writer
DAYTONA BEACH -
Working 14 hours a day,
seven days a week and liv-
ing together at the same
place you work could put a
strain on any relationship,
especially one with the
generational gap of father
and daughter.
But for 58-year-old Henry
DiPietro and his 24-year-
old daughter, Jessica, that
hasn't been a problem.
In fact, the time the two
spend at Live Oaks Inn, the
business they co-own, has
made it so they can finish
each other's sentences.
The Rhode Island natives
moved to Daytona Beach
last fall, after a June 6 visit
to the town yielded a dia-
mond-in-the-rough: a his-
toric bed and breakfast for
sale on the corner of Beach
Street and Loomis Avenue.
Used as an inn since the
1970s under different own-
ers, the nearly 150-year-old
buildings were once home
to early Daytona Beach res-
idents, the Peck family.
Shuttered for more than a
year, the inn was the per-
fect place for their first
foray into hospitality man-
agement, Miss DiPietro
said.
It wasn't an easy transi-
tion, though. They'd never


even been to Daytona
Beach before.
So they hit the pavement.
"We just kind of drove
and drove. We wanted to be
fairly proactive about guest
services," Miss DiPietro
said.
"So we did a little bit of
everything," her father
added. "We went to the
lighthouse, to the beach-
side; we were tourists. So if
one of our guests wants to
know what the Daytona 500
Experience is like, well,
we've been there, too. We
know what to expect."
The inn's spacious rooms
with classic Civil War-era
decor countered by
widescreen flat panel TVs,
Jacuzzi tubs, queen and
king-sized beds and private
sun rooms and decks and
their reasonable price
(between $129 and $199 a
night) have attracted mid-
dle-aged couples, honey-
mooners and single busi-
ness travelers since, they
said.
That emphasis on detail-
oriented planning is what
has drawn hundreds of
guests from as far away as
Iceland and Germany to
their inn in only the four
months since it opened its
doors, they said.
Finding an inn had been
Miss DiPietro's goal: It
combined the best of her
working experiences, as a
Starbucks franchise owner,
a Bank of America cus-
tomer service representa-


tive and a manager at the
posh Castle Hill Inn and
Resort in Newport, R.I.
For months, the duo
researched nearly 70 inns
on the market, most of
them in New England.
Not finding what they
wanted, Miss DiPietro sug-
gested they look in Florida,
where she had graduated
from Eckerd College in St.
Petersburg.
"It was tongue-in-cheek.
I didn't think my dad would
like coming down here,"
she said.
Though not the place for
avid snow skiers, Florida
did offer room for the pair's
shared love of sailing, Mr.
DiPietro said.
"I thought, 'That's not a
bad idea.' I was at that point
in my life where'd I'd done
everything I could in my
industry and wanted a
change," he said. "This is
quite a change."
A former engineer for a
manufacturing company,
Mr. DiPietro brought three
decades of business experi-
ence to the table.
Finding the personal
financing and small busi-
ness loans to buy the $1.5-
million inn and fund
$250,000 in renovations
wasn't even the hard part,
they said.
For one thing they had to
leave behind their family:
wife and mother, Joyce, and
daughter and sister, Rebec-
ca.
Then, from October to


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Father and daughter team Jessica and Henry DiPietro stand in front of the historic Live
Oaks Inn, which they recently opened as a bed and breakfast.


January, they had to work to
bring the buildings alive
once more. They merged
with a catering business to
bring food services to the
inn and supervised an aver-
age of five work crews a day.
With only one full-time
employee, they also spent a
fair amount of time earning
their own calluses.
"I laughingly say I'm the
CMO-squared:' chief mar-
keting officer and chief
maintenance officer all at
the same time," Mr. DiPietro
said.
"Well, I don't have a
catchy phrase like that," his
daughter quips, "but I
always say, 'I will never hire
an employee to do some-
thing I haven't already done


myself.' I set the tables,
clean the toilets, make the
beds, water the plants. It's a
lot of work, but we want to
do it.
"In fact, I'll be in sweat-
pants later painting that
room," she adds, pointing to
the formal dining room.
And there's still work to be
done. As a break-even busi-
ness, they're investing any
profit that comes back into
the d6cor and amenities,
Miss DiPietro said.
That could include an in-
house spa and getaway
packages, such as ladies-
only trips, locals-only
events, full-service wed-
dings, wine tasting and
murder mystery weekends.
She's also working on a


French Victbrian theme for
one building and a slightly
more relaxed French coun-
try for the other. For both
she'd like antique period
furniture.
With 14 guest rooms, two
dining rooms, two break-
fast rooms, a salon and a
bar to do, it's "baby steps,"
Miss DiPietro said.
And that's OK by them.
"I don't wake up every
day and say, 'Oh God, I
have to go to work.' I feel
like I'm retired," Miss DiPi-
etro said. "We love this
place."
For more information,
visit www.liveoaksinn.com.

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From page A3
tide when the sand dries
out, it crumbles, causing
motorists to slip and slide
along the beach to avoid
getting stuck. Many have
already had to be pulled
out. The sand started wash-
ing south from Flager and
St. Johns counties after the
2004 hurricanes. In parts of
Ormond Beach, stretches
of beach have closed
because of it. Now Daytona
Beach is being affected,
and by summer, beach
patrol officers fear they
may spend a lot of time
towing stuck drivers if the
beaches are even open to
driving.

Suicide takes place
at shooting range
A man was shot and
killed, of all places, at an
indoor shooting range in
Holly Hill. Police now say
Kevin McCarthy, 52, com-
mitted suicide at the Hot-
shot Shooting Range on
Nova Road.
Mr. McCarthy went into
the range and rented a 40-
glock semi-automatic, then
bought two rounds of
ammunition. He had been
on the range for about an
hour and had shot off a box
and a half when police said
he turned the gun on him-
self and shot himself in the
head. Police said they
tracked Mr. McCarthy's rel-
atives to Boca Raton who
told officers that he had
recent mental health prob-
lems and had threatened
suicide in the past. WESH 2
learned that anyone can
rent a weapon at a shooting
range by signing a paper
swearing he or she is
allowed to possess a
weapon.

Business catches fire
Fire at Crane Cams on
Fentress Boulevard in Day-
tona Beach did significant
damage to a furnace at the
business. Workers were
transferring hot metal parts
on trays, and when one of
the trays broke, parts fell
into the oil and the .oil
caught fire. Twenty workers
on duty were able to get out
of the building safely, but
the expensive furnace was
badly damaged, and there
was smoke and water dam-
age in other areas.

Family suffers
expensive loss
A family lost their home
to fire in Daytona Beach
when an electrical fire
broke out in a wall at the
home on Franklin Street. A
guest at the home plugged
an iron into an outlet, and
flames shot from the area.
The fire quickly spread
through the bedroom and
much of the rest of the
house. The guest escaped,
but several family 'mem-
bers, including two adults
and two children, are strug-
gling now because of dam-


age in excess of $95,000.
The Red Cross is helping
the family in the short term.

Topless protestor and city.
come to an agreement
The Daytona Beach City
Commission settled a law-
suit with topless protestor
Elizabeth Book, who has
been in battle with the city
over its nudity ordinance
since 2004 and was twice
arrested during events
where she bared her
breasts. The courts ulti-
mately threw out the
arrests, and in March, Ms.
Book filed suit against the
city, claiming false arrest
and malicious prosecution.
In a settlement agreement,
the city will pay Ms. Book
$15,000, and in exchange,
she will drop her suit.
Group raises money
for police department.
A group of community
and business leaders in
Daytona Beach has estab-
lished a foundation to raise
money for the police
department. Foundation
members announced they
have already raised $40,000
and are aiming for more
than $100,000. The money
will afford the department
resources the city budget
doesn't cover, including
additional equipment and
training. Foundation mem-
bers said a better equipped
department benefits the
community. One of the big
fundraisers is a Policeman's
Ball set for Oct. 4 at the
Hilton oceanfront resort.

Officers ride for a cause
Fourteen Daytona Beach
police officers are taking a
ride for the boys in blue!
They are part of the Nation-
al Police. Unity Tour and
recently packed to drive to
Virginia, and from there,
cycle with thousands of
others to Washington, D.C.,
to raise awareness for offi-
cers who have died in the
line of duty. The ride is also
raising money for the
National Police Memorial,
which helps families whose
loved ones have been killed
on the job. Ten of the offi-
cers are riding bicycles and
four others are on the trip
as support.
Police crack down
on copper crime
The Daytona - Beach
Police Department wants
to use new technology to
stop the rampant theft of
copper wiring in their city.
The city already uses
"Leads On Line," an Inter-
net-based reporting system
to track stolen merchan-
dise. They think the pro-
gram can help them catch,
copper crooks, who are
stealing thousands of dol-
lars in copper from con-
struction sites. Police said
thieves are even swiping
copper in the air condition-
ing units of homes and
businesses.
Scrap yards take exten-
sive information and pic-


Film
From page Al


producing videos and tak-
ing photographs, he said.
"I don't see myself as
being handicapped in any
way," he said.
He plans to attend Day-
tona Beach Community
College next year and major
in photography.
Gina Dejesus, 16, will
enter her silent film "Your
hand in mine" in the com-
petition.
The Mainland junior said
her film was inspired by a
song and the theme
revolves around cherishing
those you love because of
the uncertainty of life.
This will be her first com-
petition, she said.
"I'm excited to see what,
happens," she said.
Spruce Creek High School
teacher Dennis Ray said he
expects several entries from
among the 145 students
enrolled in his TV produc-
tion classes.
He teaches students the
technical aspects of film
making and editing, but
also strives to teach them
how to convey their mes-
sage, he said.
"They learn how to tell a
story," he said.
The judges for the com-
petition include Stephan


Schlow, University of Cen-
tral Florida Film Depart-
ment Chair; Dr. John
Wilton, Dayton Beach Col-
lege Visual Arts Department
and Matt Roberts, Program
Director of Digital Arts at
Stetson University.
All entries, due by May 22
at 4 p.m. will be broadcast
June 6 on pogTV and the
winner will be announced
during the broadcast.
For entry forms go to
w w w . p o r t -
orange.org/pogtv.php.


tures from people selling
copper, and police said the
information would get to
them quickly through
"Leads On Line," eliminat-
ing a lot of footwork.
Daytona Beach officials
will ask other cities to adopt
"Leads On Line," too, so
they can work together
against copper thieves. The
city would help pay to get
scrap yard owners on
board.

Police try to keep cold case hot
The hunt for a serial killer
in Daytona Beach contin-
ues nearly five months after
the fourth victim was found
shot to death. Investigators
are trying to keep what
could be a cold case, hot,
and to that end, they are
pointing to two electronic
billboards that have gone
up in the area. Lamar
Advertising is donating
space on the billboards
along Mason Avenue east of
U.S. 1 and on Nova Road
near Golf.
Cold case investigators
Tammy Pera and Steve
Grant said the boards, fea-
turing pictures of the mur-
dered women, keep them
in the public eye and have
already generated new
information from passers-
by. More than 17,000
motorists a day pass each
location, and investigators
said any information, any
detail, may generate a lead
that could eventually
unmask a killer.
He first surfaced in the
area in late 2005, preying
on women who either lived
or worked on the streets.
Police Chief Mike Chit-
wood still believes the killer
is in the area watching
everything they do. Chief
Chitwood insists the killer
will one day make a mis-
take, and he said because
police have the killer's DNA
from several crime scenes,
they will match him to the
murders one day.

Car crash causes power loss
for 2,100 homes
New Smyrna Beach
Police said alcohol may
have played a role in a
crash that sent three people
to the hospital. Michael
Clements, 50, was driving a
Ford pick-up when it
veered off the road on U.S.
1 at Ronnoc Lane, hit a
power pole and swerved
into a parked car at the
Rush Automotive Car Deal-
ership. Mr. Clements was
injured, along with Eric
Bercher, 47, and George
Francis, 60. The crash
knocked out power to 2,100
homes for several hours.

Funny money
no laughing matter
New Smyrna Beach
police are warning busi-
nesses about funny
money being passed in
the area. Counterfeit
$100 bills have turned up
at least five occasions,
and several other com-
munities are having


problems with the fake
cash. Businesses are
encouraged to look for
watermarks and look
closely at the Mirco
printing and clarity. The
suspect bills bear serial
number HB 88589759 B.

One suspect arrested
in rash of crimes
Edgewater police investi-
gating a rash of car arsons
and property vandalisms
said they've made one
arrest. Police said Nick
Houvardas, 19, is charged
with the two vehicle parsons
that occurred on May 3 and
May 5 and is a suspect in at
least 14 vandalisms since
mid-April. Police said they
expect to make more
arrests in the vandalism
cases as well.

New Web site tracks
sex offenders
The Volusia County Sher-
iff's Office is giving resi-
dents another option for
tracking sex offenders in
neighborhoods. The pro-
gram is called "Offender
Watch," and by using it, res-
idents can get information
about sex offenders by log-
ging on to the Sheriff's
Office Web site and getting
e-mail alerts when an
offender moves within a
mile of their home. For
more information, visit the
Web site at
www.volusia.org/sheriff.

Children educated
on fire safety
The State Fire Marshal's
Office is trying to educate
children about the dangers
of playing with fire. Investi-
gators said children' have
been behind several home
and brushfires in recent
years, whether deliberately
or accidentally. They said
part of the problem is
lighters being sold that look
like toys. Lighters come in
shapes that include motor-
cycles, cars and other
things that children may
mistake for something to
play with. State Fire Mar-
shal investigator Paul Pat-
terson recently spent time
talking to children at sever-
al local schools, including
Spruce Creek Elementary
and Chisholm, about the
dangers of playing with fire.

Pre-K information
A quick note about pre-
kindergarten registration in
the county:.The voluntary
program is open to all chil-
dren entering kindergarten
in the fall of 2008 and oper-
ates four days a week dur-
ing summer from Monday
through Thursday, begin-
ning June 16. Summer pre-
K will be held at several ele-
mentary schools including
Holly Hill and Spruce Creek
and parents can get more
information by calling (386)
323-2400.

Claire Metz is the WESH 2
News bureau chief for Volu-
sia and Flagler counties.


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Pageant
From page A7 -
there aren't moments she'd
just as soon forget.
Three years ago, during
this same pageant, she let
the green-eyed monster
get the best of her, she said.
Competing against a girl
that she was convinced
would win, Tia found her-
self wishing her rival would
fall on stage or rip her
pantyhose.
"She had it all going on,
you know?" Tia said. "I just
got caught up."
In an ironic twist that Tia
calls payback, she herself
ended up tripping and
falling on stage.
"Everything I wished on
her happened to me," she
said laughing.
Although she's known of
girls hiding competitor's
shoes and spilling stuff on
gowns, the stereotypical
"mean girls" are few and
far between in her experi-
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are very, very nice," she
said.
Leah agreed.
"There is some cattiness
that goes on," she said.
"I'm not going to sugarcoat
it."
But, she said she's met
some "amazing people."
Currently Miss New
Smyrna Beach Teen, Leah
has only been competing
for a couple of years and
uses the services of a pag-
eant coach.
The week before a pag-
eant she works with her
coach on mock interviews,
stage walking, hair, make-
up, and wardrobe and hits
the sunless tanner pretty
hard, she said.
A senior, Leah hopes to
attend Rollins College in
the fall, majoring in com-
munications.
The skills she's acquired
during pageants have
helped her as a high-
school sports reporter and
during college and job
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Contestants are scored
equally on the evening
gown competition, swim-
suit competition and an
interview with the judges.
State winners compete in
an upcoming national
pageant in Las Vegas. Nei-
ther teen won the state
crown, however Tia
received the congeniality
award and was first run-
ner-up in her division and
Leah tied for second run-
ner-up in her age group.
Called "The Pageant
with a Purpose" all con-
testants have a cause they
support and money is
raised through' a silent
auction for breast cancer
programs, said Executive
Director Pam Bolter.
Leah's program, called
"Fit is it" addresses
healthy eating and staying
fit for teens at local middle
schools.
Tia speaks to middle
school students about
making smart decisions
about drugs, peer pres-
sure, sex and bullying.
Her platform was
shaped by having a broth-
er who died of a drug over-
dose at 19, and her memo-
ries of being relentlessly
teased by students
because of a speech
impediment she had when
she was in elementary
school.


Competing in pageants
boosted her self-esteem
and helped her overcome
the speech impediment,
she said.
TV shows have long por-
trayed pageant moms as
bossy stage mothers living
vicariously through their
daughters, suggesting that
a winning crown is more
the mother's dream than
the daughter's.
Although Ms. McDonald
entered her daughter in
her first pageant at age
four, she said she's not a
"stage mother."
"A lot of people think it's
for me," she said. "It's what
(Tia) wants to do."
A pediatric home care
nurse, Ms. McDonald
acknowledged that her
own family disapproves.
"My family is totally dis-
gusted over it," she said.
"Even my own mother."
They just don't think
(Tia) should be on stage
and out in the public, she
said.
Ms. McDonald said she
doesn't waste a lot of effort-
to try to change their
minds.
"I don't feel I need to
defend myself or my
child,"
She said. "No matter
where Tia goes, when she
walks into a room usually
people notice her poise


Commissioner


From page Al
would give applicants time to
establish goals and' it would
alleviate some of the city
clerk's work if she does not
need to call applicants
already appointed to other
boards.
* Enacting eight-year term
limits for boards with a two-
year "retirement period"
prior to reapplication. Ms.
McKay-Vaughan said she
believes "experience is very
valuable," but some people
"are sitting there over and
over again."
Mr. Nicholson said he sup-
ports term limits so commis-
sioners don't have to vote
against members.
Commissioner Pam
Woods, however, said she
would not support term lim-
its.
"If you feel that someone's
been on long enough, just
don't... reappoint them," she
said. "I think we can term
them out by vote."
* Requiring appointees to
be city residents. Ms. McKay-
Vaughan said the residency
requirement was sparked by
"discontent about the lack of
representation" of residents,
namely on the
Downtown/Ballough Road
Redevelopment Board.
Mr. Nicholson, a beachside
resident and five-year board


member, said he believes
boards should cap the num-
ber of nonresident business
owners who can serve, pro-
hibiting a majority while giv-
ing business stakeholders a
say.
Neil Harrington, two-year
member of the Community
Relations Council, however,
said resident business own-
ers could do that just as well.
"Plenty of business owners
are residents. Businesses are
not precluded," he said, not-
ing that separate resident
and business boards could
be established.
Mr. Guest, a two-year
board member and owner of
Choppers World on Main
Street, disagreed.
"I live in Ormond Beach
but most board members
live in Daytona Beach," he
said. "I've owned a business
in Daytona Beach since 1985
and since then, I've spent
more time in this city than
any place I've lived.
Board members, no matter
where they live, care about
the city, and that's why they
volunteer, Mr. Guest said.
"I serve for the betterment
of the Main Street area and
Daytona Beach as a whole.
Businesses increase the tax
base and bring more people
to the area."


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Leah Bowman of New Smyrna Beach walks the red carpet
in style as she hopes to become the next Teen Florida dur-
ing the 2008 Florida U.S. Pageant at the Ormond Beach
Performing Arts Center last Sunday.


and elegance.
Leah advises naysayers
to
check out the pageants
before passing judgment.
"I say try one out and
come back," she said.
Come back and tell me it's
so bad."
"I'm at a totally different


level as a 17-year-old than
I would be if I hadn't been
in pageants," Leah said. "It
improves your presence,
your speaking skills and
makes you totally com-
fortable with yourself."

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Randy Barber/staff photographer
Daniel Torlucci of Holly Hill watches as his eleven-year
old grandson Joseph Hamm plays the goblet toss game
during the 'Kids Fest Carnival' at American Legion Post
120 in Holly Hill last weekend. The festival benefits the
American Legion Auxiliary's Plan of Work for Children
and Youth program.


Incubate
From page A7


The county currently has
four incubators, all in Day-
tona Beach, and a fifth one
in the works for Embry-
Riddle Aeronautical Uni-
versity.
Mr. Ehlinger ran the
county's incubator at
Advanced Technology
College for four years. It
closed last fall when ATC
expanded. It housed six
tenants at a time, with
about one new tenant a
month, he said.
Some of the businesses
it successfully "graduat-
ed," included a medical


billing software company,
a government parts pro-
curement service and a
company that made a
part to improve copy
machine performance,
Mr. Ehlinger said.
Statistics show one-
third of the businesses
started in incubators suc-
ceed and 80 percent stay
in the area where they
began, Mr. Ehlinger
added.
Entrepreneurs must
apply for an incubator by
writing a business plan.
"A lot of people with


ideas don't follow
through, so you have to
have standards," he said.
Local professionals in
management, operations,
accounting, law and man-
ufacturing volunteer to
help from step one for
those ' who are "very
clever, but don't have a
lot of knowledge."
Mayor Via said he is a
strong believer that
"business generates busi-
ness," and that local busi-
nesses will readily volun-
teer.
For Ms. Radulovich, it's


all about finding that next
big thing.
"Einstein had a job at a
patent office and went on
to give us the theory of
relativity," she said, "A lot
of people out there have
the ideas, concepts, intel-
lect and ingenuity to do
that, but they don't, have
the money to come for-
ward. I'm hoping this
entity lets them take a
concept from their head
to the market."

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FRIDAY, MAY 16
*'Cahoots' performance:
The Little Theatre of New
Smyrna Beach will present
this comedy-thriller produc-
tion at 8 p.m., May 16-17
and May 22-24, and at 2
p.m., Sunday, May 18 and
May 25. Directed by Dottie
Hughes, tickets cost $14 for
adults, $13 for seniors (62
and older) and $7 for youth
younger than 18. Tickets
may be purchased from 1-4
p.m., Monday through Fri-
day, at the Little Theatre box
office, 726 Third Ave., New
Smyrna Beach. For more
information, call (386) 423-
1246 or visit the Web site at
www.NsbPlayers.org.
*Friday Night Potluck
Readers: Area poets, writers
and wordsmiths will meet
from 6-8 p.m. to share food
and words at Atlantic Center
for the Arts Harris House
Gallery, 214 S. Riverside
Drive, New Smyrna Beach.
This event is free to the pub-
lic. For more information,
call (386) 423-1753 or visit
the Web site at
www.atlanticcenterfort-
hearts.org.
*NASCAR Day: The fifth
anniversary celebration
encourages NASCAR fans,
corporations, schools and
organizations to donate $5.
All donors will receive a
2008 NASCAR Day. lapel pin.
Proceeds will benefit
Speediatrics, a NASCAR-
themed pediatric unit at Hal-
ifax Medical Center in Day-
tona Beach. For more
information, visit the Web
site at
foundation.nascar.com.
*AcoustiCon MultiMedia
Concert: "Sorella Mystica," a
multimedia show that melds
music and art by incorporat-
ing digital video, projection
and fine art photography,,
will be presented at 7:30
p.m., Friday, and at 7:30
p.m., Saturday, at Harris
Black Box Theater at
the Atlantic Center for the
Arts, 1414 Art Center
Ave., New Smyrna Beach.
Tickets cost $10 at the door
or at
http://acousticon.net/merch
.html. For more information,
call (386) 42.8-8526.
*Metal at the Moon: Tat-
too Todd and HGR will pres-
ent this event at 9 p.m. at
The Full Moon Saloon on
Main Street in Daytona
Beach. Blue Collar Addict,
Broken Center and Luna
Dementia will perform. The
Sin-tral Florida Roller Derby
Girls also will make an
appearance. The first 250
people will get a free grab
bag of goodies at the door.
Channel 15 DBCC will fikm
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A cast of locals perform
in the Tony Award-
nominated play 'The
Tale of the Allergist's
Wife' at the Daytona
Playhouse. The play is
directed by Tami
Anderson and runs
through this Sunday.
From left to right: Javad
Osivand of Ormond
Beach, Christina Lang
of Port Orange, Roger
Huckins of New Smyrna
Beach and Kathy
Thompson of Ormond
Beach.



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A PLAYHOUSE TALE


Festival will celebrate history


Event to feature
plethora of kid's
activities
FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

The Museum of Arts &
Sciences will host the
Natural History Festival
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.,
Saturday, May 17, at 352 S.
Nova Road, Daytona


Beach.
The festival will feature
a Paleo Lab for kids, give-
aways, kid's activities,
fossil and artifact identi-
fication, gallery tours and
natural history displays.
Several speakers will
give talks throughout the
day: At 11 a.m., J. Zach
Zacharias, senior curator
of education, will present
a kid-oriented fossil
show.


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Week of 05-16-2008
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instincts is an added bonus.
Taurus-April 20-May 20
This is your month of the year. You are at an emo-
tional, mental and spiritual high right now with
the sun, Mercury and Venus in Taurus. Use this
boost of energy to finish old projects and start
new ones. Follow through on important things,
and you will see spirit blessing you with wonderful
results.


At 1 p.m., Roger Alexon,
co-discoverer of the giant
ground sloth, will recount
finding the sloth and
other discoveries that he's
made around Florida.
At 2 p.m., Mark Renz
will speak about his fossil
digs and nature photogra-
phy.
At 3 p.m., Acre Pitts
from the University of
Florida will present an
introduction to Florida


butterflies.
Natural history clubs
will have displays, .includ-
ing The Florida Fossil
Hunters, Central Florida
Shell Club, Halifax
Audubon Club and Tomo-
ka Gem and Mineral Club.
Free to members or with
paid admission.
For more information,
call (386) 255-0285 or visit
the Web site at
www.moas.org.


Gemini-May 21-June 21
Face any new challenges in life with a light heart. It is
so much easier this way. You don't have to be
responsible for the world. Surrender your will. This
creates patience, trust and faith in the higher power.
Refuse to let the world or negative people hold you
back from your passion and your destiny. You
deserve great success.
Cancer-June 22-July 22
Stay arms-length from gossip. Your good heart and
strong spiritual values will tell you what you need to
know if you are listening. Let your inner guidance
give you the truth about life's deeper matters.
Express your views on life, not about people. This
method simplifies your life and keeps you moving
forward and feeling great.
Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
Keep your new plans rolling. You are on the right
track. Stick to your guns. Patience and practice of
your basic skills is the key to success. Do something
special for your family and friends. Make them
happy, and you will be made happy. You are at your
best when you are psyched up and feeling good. Let
nothing take this joy away.
Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22
Expect wonderful results in life and in everything
you do. Expect the unexpected. This keeps you
young at heart and filled with hope and promise for


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Anything is possible. Change, opportunities and
inspirations for the better are coming your way.
Enjoy them to the max.
Libra-Sept 23-Oct 22
Unconditional love is what you are all about. You
always have the best in mind and heart for family,
friends and associates. This is what I call "high heart"
Your wonderful giving nature makes others want to
give to you in return. Let them do it. You are a whole
person. Use these blessings to expand your mastery
of the mysteries of life.
Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov. 21
Your creative output gets stronger and stronger. You
have so much heart and spirit that you are unstop-
pable. You are very talented, especially in the area of
vision, writing and communicating. When are you
going to write your book? It's in you, you know. The
world is anxiously waiting.
Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21
The joy of achievement is the fuel for the fire in your
soul. Nothing thrills you more than seeing a plan
work out that gives joy to yourself and those in your
circle of love. The timing is perfect for launching new
ideas you have been developing. Your large heart is
capable of major accomplishment. Your life is one of
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the entire event. Proceeds
will go to the bands. The cost
is $5.
SATURDAY, MAY 17
*Walk for Peace: The Volu-
sia PeaceCenter will host this
3.1-mile walk. Sign in will
begin at 8:30 a.m. at the
United Church of Christ in
New Smyrna Beach, fol-
lowed by the walk at 9 a.m.
Proceeds will benefit the
Peace Pole Project. Registra-
tion is $10 for adults and $5
for youth. Registrations will
be accepted the day of the
walk. For registration/spon-
sorship forms, visit the Web
site at www. VolusiaPeace-
Center.org. For more infor-
mation, call (386) 428-2670.
*Knights of Columbus


Baked Chicken Dinner: St.
Paul's Council 1895 will host
this dinner at 5 p.m. at the
Basilica of Saint Paul Mullally
Hall, 317 Mullally St., Day-
tona Beach. The cost is $6
per person, which includes
baked chicken, mashed
potatoes, green beans, corn
and bread. Coffee and iced
tea will be included. Tickets
are available after all church
services and at the door. For
more information, call (386)
252-5422.
*Southeast Volusia
Humane Society 50th
anniversary: This celebra-
tion will be held at the 1200
S. Glencoe Road shelter in
New Smyrna Beach. Presi-
dent Vicky Fischer will begin
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officials. Mayor Mackay will
discuss the benefits of the
humane society. Board
members and shelter volun-
teers will give tours of the
new facility. Girl Scout Troop
1934 and Boy Scout Troop
72 will serve refreshments.
The New Smyrna Beach High
School Jazz Band will per-
form during the event.
Petentials.com, a social net-
working Web site for pets,
will demonstrate its soft-
ware. Luv, the society's mas-
cot, also will make an
appearance. The public and
pets may attend. For more
information, visit the Web
site at www.sevhs.com.
*Thank you party: The
Eagles Daytona Beach
Shores 4469 will host this
event at 4:30 p.m. There is
no cover charge. Several
prizes will be given away jut
for showing up. Also, there
will be raffles, prizes, trivia
games, a 50/50, a bail and
jail and horse racing. Any
monies collected will go to
local charity "Hooked on
Smiles."
SUNDAY, MAY 18
*Music Recital: Hope
Lutheran Church will host a
concert at 3 p.m. at 594
Williamson Blvd., Daytona
Beach. John Steele and John
Phanco of Florida Keys will
accompany. Also, favorite
musical selections and
hymns will be played. The
public may attend. For more
information, call (386) 274-
7074.
-Family Renew Communi-
ty's 19th Annual Ice Cream
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held from 2-5 p.m. at
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Parish Hall, 201 Lafayette St.,
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children's games, face paint-
ing, chance drawings, door
prizes, silent auction, clowns
and Secret Attic Thrift Store's
"Elegant Junque" table will
be featured. The grand prize
will be a Wii Entertainment
System with games. Partici-
pants do not have to be
present to win. The cost is a
$5 donation per person; chil-
dren 12 and younger will be
admitted for free. Tickets will
be available at the door. For
more information, call (386)
239-0861.
*Ice Cream Social: To cele-
brate the 120th anniversary
of the Ponce Inlet Light-
house, the Garden Club of
Ponce Inlet will host this
event from 1-4 p.m. at the
Ponce Inlet Community Cen-
ter, 4670 S. Peninsula Drive.
Tickets cost $2.50 at the
door. Door prizes, raffle,
bake sale and an art show by
the Ponce Inlet Art Guild will
be held.
*Concerts in the Park: The
city of Port Orange will pres-
ent Lionheart from 6-7:30
p.m. at Kenneth W. Parker
Amphitheater at City Center
in Port Orange. The concert
is free to the public. For
more information, call (386)
506-5963 or visit the Web
site at www.port-
orange.org/parks.
*Low-cost pet shot clinic:
The SPCA will sponsor this


clinic from noon to 3 p.m. at
Kitty Kritters Pet Groomer,
642 N. Dixie Freeway, New
Smyrna. Shots will be admin-
istered at a discount. Heart-
worm prevention and flea
control products will be on
sale. For more information,
call (386) 748-8993.

MONDAY, MAY 19
*Honk Jr. from The Broad-
way Junior Collection: The
South Daytona Elementary
Drama Club will present this
show at 7 p.m., May 19-20,
in the cafeteria. Drama Club
members include 42 fourth-
and fifth-graders. Hans Chris-
tian Andersen's tale has
been transformed into a
modern musical comedy.
"Honk!" tells the story of
Ugly, whose odd, gawky
looks incite prejudice from
his family and neighbors.
Separated from the farm and
pursued by a hungry cat, Ugly
must find his way, while his
mother, Ida, searches for
him. Along his journey he not
only discovers his true beauty
and destiny, but he also finds
love and acceptance.
*Afternoon at the Movies:
Popular movies will be
shown at 2 p.m. in the Port
Orange Regional Library
Auditorium, 1005 City Center
Circle. For more information,
call (386) 322-5152, Ext. 2.
For movie title and rating,


visit the Web site at
www.vcpl.lib.fl.us.
*Shasta, The Reading Edu-
cation Assistance Dog: The
Port Orange Regional Library
will present this event at 3
p.m. in the children's room,
1005 City Center Circle. The
READ program improves chil-
dren's reading and communi-
cation skills. For more infor-
mation, call (386) 322-5152,
Ext. 4.

ONGOING EVENTS
*Halifax Historical Muse-
um: "Star Maker - The Story
of the Daytona 500" is the
featured exhibit at the muse-
um at 252 S. Beach St., Day-
tona Beach. The exhibit will
be on display through July 5.
The hours are from 10 a.m.-4
p.m., Tuesday-Saturday.
Admission is $4 for adults
and $1 for children 12 and
younger, and admission is by
donation on Thursdays. Chil-
dren will be admitted free on
Saturday. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 255-6976 or
visit the Web site at
www.halifaxhistorical.org.
*Daytona Metropolitan


Randy Barber/staff photographer
The Surfside Chorus from the Daytona Beach Metro chapter serenades blood donors last
weekend at Moe's Southwest Grill in Port Orange during the 'Singing for Life' national


blood drive.
Bridge Club: Duplicate Bridge
is played Monday through Sat-
urday at 600 Driftwood Ave.,
Daytona Beach. For the
schedule, call (386) 255-
7744 or visit the Web site at
wwW.DaytonaBridge.org.
*Democracy Now: Internet


news with Amy Goodman will
be presented at 10:30 a.m.
each Thursday at Unitarian
Universalist Society, 56 N. Hal-
ifax, Ormond Beach.
*Memories of World War
II: Photographs from the
Archives of the Associated
Press: The Museum of Arts &


Sciences will present this
exhibit through Aug. 17 at 352
S. Nova Road, Daytona Beach.
For more information, call
(386) 255-0285 or visit the
Web site at www.moas.org.
To submit information, e-
mail VolNews@Hometown-
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high example and virtue.
Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19
Jupiter in Capricorn says keep the commitment on your present
projects and soon they will become fruitful. This extra boost will
continue to move you forward. It is essential that you pay atten-
tion to small details. This is easy for you., Others now see your
progress and want to help you. You are on the way to victory.
Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18
Your big heart works overtime. You have such a strong sense of
family and old-fashioned values. Your loyalty to loved ones is
legion. You never quit or give up. You always have the clarity
when needed to make wise decisions in the face of a challenge.
You were born with a great gift and blessing. It is called con-
science.
Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20
The answers to the mysteries and secrets of the universe contin-
ue to unfold to you. Why? Because you continue to go within
and get in touch with your light and truth. Bring out your inspira-
tions and set them free. Your gratitude for life and blessings keep
spirit multiplying and increasing your rich life. So much more
greatness is on the way.
Star visions
Star Scopes is on the Web. If you have been helped, please tell
your family and friends. Type in www.myhometownnews.net.
Click on Star Scopes on the left menu. A personalized astrology
or compatibility chart makes a great gift for yourself or someone
you love. It's good to know what the universe has in store for us
in these challenging times. Call (772) 334-9487 or e-mail jtuck-
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who




blooms'


High school
spring football
underway

BY ANITA BEVINS
Sports writer
When the Seabreeze
High School football team
began spring practice May
1, it carried a state-wide
No. 10 ranking onto the
field.
That was the result of the
2007 team advancing to
the regional finals in the
Florida High School Ath-
letic Association's Class 3A
championship run.
This year, the Sandcrabs
have some work to do to
repeat that feat. When
asked what holes
Seabreeze has to fill, head
coach Marc Beach said
"just about all of them."
The 'Crabs graduate 24
seniors, including quarter-
back Troy Dannehower,
cornerback Jerome Swin-
ton, running back Leroy
Houston, wide receivers
Carlton Kemp and
Demetrius Wright, defen-
sive back Ricky Schwarz,
and kicker Kenny Fraser.
But Beach handed out
pads to 106 sophomore,
juniors and seniors last
week and hopes to supple-
ment the ranks with some
new talent.
Among the returning
players on this year's
squad, junior Max Kopshi-
na will lead the offensive
line.
Defensive backs
Jonathan Scott and Jernad
Morgan, senior defensive
tackle Nick Seidlehofer
and senior linebacker
Chris Ferritto, the 'Crabs


2007 defensive MVP and
runner-up in the state
wrestling tournament, will
also lend experience on
the field.
The 'Crabs travel to
Orange Park May 21 for
their spring game. Kickoff
is scheduled for 6:30 p.m.
While Seabreeze is look-
ing for experience, Main-
land has already found it.
The Bucs lose only 12 sen-
iors to graduation this
spring.
"Our 'quarterback Greg
Ross returns, along with
most all of the running
backs except for James
Patrick, all of the receivers
except for Antonio Bell,
and most all of our run-
ning backs," head coach
John Maronto said. "The
offensive line has a lot of
experience with Mike Kil-
gore, Mike Nweze, Robert
Johnson, Andrew Ferris,
Chris Klarich and new-
comer Hezekiah Thomas,
Besides Ross, the offen-
sive leaders look to be
Chevin Davis and Cortez
Davis at wide receiver,
along with Amari Williams
at tight end.
Defensively, the Bucs
also return their core play-
ers.
"We are bolstered by the
return of middle line-
baq)er Phillip Bailey, the
Volusia County Defensive
Player of the Year," Maron-
to said. "Also linebackers
Terrance Wiley, Antwone,
McGuire Marcus Arline,
defensive backs Ricardo
Allen, Jeff Harris and
LaKarl McNair, and line-
men Jawan Shropshire,
Ken Kirksey and Anthony
Hamm are returning."
About the only place the
Bucs look thin is at kicker.


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Luke Keshick looks for an opening to pass the ball during spring football practice at Seabreeze High School in Day-


tona Beach.

"That is the big spot to
fill," Maronto said. "Spring
football is about building
depth, and that's what we
are doing; we have good
numbers and we have
some high hopes for the
newcomers." ,
Mainland travels to Fla-
gler-Palm Coast May 22 for
its 7 p.m. spring game.
Aug. 29, the Bucs travel to
Georgia as one of four high
school teams to play in the
National Football Chal-
lenge. The game will be
televised.
Father Lopez Catholic
High School will play its
spring game on campus
May 23 against Deltona
Trinity.
"That will be the last
game at Father Lopez,"
head coach Jim Sweeney
said. "The wrecking ball
comes in June. We are
looking for a place to do
our summer conditioning,
but hopefully we will be in
the new school by July 4."
But this spring, 26 soph-
omores, juniors and sen-


iors have turned out for
spring football. The Green
Wave graduated six of its
18 varsity players from
2007, and quarterback
Luke Kenzick transferred
to Seabreeze.
Realistically, all of the
positions are up for grabs.
"It could be your spot if
you want it bad enough,"
Sweeney said. "The guys
who work hard enough get
it. Spring is in the air, so
let's see who blooms."
The Green Wave will
look to senior Patrick Tol-
land to lead the offense.
"He is real intelligent
kid and he has grown,"
Sweeney said. "He used to
be 5 foot, 4 inches and he
is now he is 5 foot, 11
inches and he weighs
about 150. He has really
good athleticism, intelli-
gence and real good arm
strength. I have full confi-
dence that he will run our
offense well."
On defense, Sweeney
said the biggest holes are
those vacated by graduat-


ing seniors Jonathon Fis-
cher, Hunter Dalton and
Kyle Mowen.
"We have to fill our line-
backer starting position,"
Sweeney said. 'But we
have C.J. Walker and Jar-
rod Cianfrocca as return-
ing players."
Sweeney said that many
of the veterans made
gains during the off-sea-
son, putting on 20 pounds
and finding strength in
the weight room.
"They worked hard in
the off-season, and a lot of
them are very self-moti-
vated. They are a great
bunch of kids," Sweeney
said.
Coming off of a 4-5 sea-
son, Sweeney plans to get
back to the basics.
"On offense, we are
going back to our roots
with the double wing we
ran when we started here
five years ago," he said.
"We want four to six yards
a run and we want to tack-
le well and do the funda-
mentals of football well.


We wont' spend a lot of
times on special team this
spring, but will work on
getting their proper
stance and proper tech-
nique.
On defense, Sweeney
holds to the philosophy of
stopping the run.
"In high school football
you have to stop the run,"
Sweeney said. "If that beat
you passing, then so be it,
but our main concern is
stopping the run. Our
mentality is to run a 4-4
defense with eight men in
the box. There will be
times when we have man
on our corners. Our cor-
nerbacks are young, and
Frankie Lawrence is a
small guy, but he is always
there at corner."
The Green Waves end an
era with their spring game
on the old field. The team
has its home opener
scheduled for Sept. 5 at the
new Father Lopez stadium
on LPGA Blvd.
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women's basketball
slated
Daytona Beach College
women's basketball team
will hold open tryouts for
the 2008-09 season from 3
to 7 p.m., Friday, May 23,
and from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.,
Saturday, May 24, in the L.
Gale Lemerand Center
(Building 310).


Participants may only
attend one tryout session.
Participants will not be
allowed to tryout without
an unofficial high school or
college transcript. Graduat-
ing high school seniors
must bring an unofficial
high school transcript. Cur-
rent DBC students or col-
lege transfer students must
bring an unofficial tran-
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Golfers are needed.
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Try fly fishing in area waters during flounder season


A few weeks back I report-
ed the unlikely catch of a
small barracuda in a stream
just off the Tomoka River.
Last week, while I was
wade fishing with Frank
Moore of Ormond Beach in
the Halifax near Tomoka
State Park, Frank hooked a
15-inch trout on a diving
plug. That measurement is
only an estimate on my part;
when the fish was landed, it
was missing the entire rear
half of its body. It was still
very much alive, but severed
so cleanly.


Frank is about as good a
fisherman as you will find,
and yet, he noticed nothing
unusual when the attack
occurred. Whatever hit the
trout did it cleanly and quick-
ly while on the move and
never left so much as a swirl
for identification. To me, it
surely looked like the work of
a 'cuda. N
I have seen tarpon deliver
the same kind of blow in the
inshore, but it is always
accompanied by a big swirl
or even a jump. This time,
there was nothing.


Bringing in half a fish is
pretty common at the inlet or
off shore, but on the flats in
30 inches of water, it just does
not happen. What ever it was
it had to be big!
A few days before that
episode, I was wading that
same area when I hooked up
with a 23-inch flounder. With
a flounder, that measure-
ment is almost closer to a
diameter than a length, so it
was a whopper.
Although flounder are not
known for extraordinary
fighting abilities, this big guy


kicked up a real fuss. By the
time I landed it, the rear
hooks on my new saltwater
plug had snapped in half.
Luckily, the others held, and I
was able to have the big flat-
fish home as a featured guest
for dinner.
The main reason I relate
that tale is because while I
was fighting the fish, the
thought occurred to me that
it would have been quite an
event if I had it on a fly rod. If
you're like me and grew up
enjoying fly fishing but left it
due to poor success in our


inshore brackish waters, the
flounder season may be your
ticket back. Flounder lie in
wait to attack anything that
moves and are found close to
shore in shallow waters. Any
good sinking shrimp or min-
now pattern fly should elicit
plenty of action.
Once you are confident
with your bait, wade out far
enough to allow yourself
room, and fish the area thor-
oughly. It is my own intention
to tie a few flies and give it a
try. I will report my success or
failure in a later column.


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In loving memory of
Napoleon R Nichols Jr.
1/6/19 - 5/18/96. You are
forever in our hearts and
memory. We still love
and miss you. Your loving
wife Marian, daughter
Aundreta, son Kenneth,
grandchildren &
great grandchildren



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AIR CONDITIONER, GE-
reverse cycle, 8500btu,
window unit, $125obo,
386-756-2838 Vol
AIR HANDLER- new, 2
ton, never installed $200
386-846-0370 Daytona
ATV, HONDA 90- 2003,
needs carburetor work,
$200 firm, 386-428-5669


MOVING SALE!
Monday-Saturday 10am-5pm
* Baby Furniture
* Toddlers Table & Chairs
* Lots of Accessories c
ALL FLOOR MODELS ON SALE!



*- PETS


PEKINGESE PUPPY- 13
weeks old, housebroken,
adorable blonde male,
great with everyone $500
386-871-4220

Walk-in Clinic
Monday - Friday
10:00 am - 8:oopm
Saturday
10:00 am - 4:00pm
Rabies $8 ,
Dogs �
5-Way $12
6Way $15
3 Year Distemper $26
Bordetella $14
3DX Heartworm Testing $22
Routine Worming $7-$15
.Vf Cats

4-Way $12
5-Way $24
Leukemia/FIV $35
Worming $7-$15
Fecal Flotation $11.60
AVID Microchips $30
Best Prices!
Heartguard Plus
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* Advantage * Feline
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* Capstar * Conforlis ,

Spay/Neuter by Appt.
Val-U-Vet
Animal Health Inc.
Full Service Veterinary Clinic
549 Beville Rd
South Daytona
386-763-5208
1104 S. Nova Rd.
Ormond Beach
386-672-3544


BEAGLE- 3 years old,
female, well trained, good
temperament, has
Papers, - great hunting
dog. $100 386-212-7437
COCKATIEL & Parakeet-
Cockatiel uses bird dia-
per, comes w/large cage,
$50, 386-423-3474
COTON DE TULEARS
Pups. Rare beauties,
lovable companions, top
quality. $1800, all shots.
Info & pics. 352-686-2671
see photos online at
www.HometownNewsOL.
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FRENCH BULLDOG
Pups 10wks., APR reg-
istered Pied & black brin-
dle Parent on premises.
$2000obo. 321-751-6994
KITTENS- Healthy, ador-
able. 1st shots, wormed,
GOOD HOMES ONLY!
386-689-4174





Pet Nanny * Plus
Pet Sitting in your home.
Domestic and exotic pets.
Many years of experience.
Daily visits or 24 hr. service.
Licensed Bonded
and Dependable.
~ Plus - 1k.
SHouse Sitting .
* Organizing ..
* Errands 4.
*Driver " .
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386-252-4022


BED, Antique- Solid Oak,
double bed, head/ foot-
board & 2 rails nice cond,
$135, 386-761-2489 Vol
BIKE, SCHWINN- Sting
ray Stealth, Chopper
Style, $50, 386-445-9319
BIKE, SCHWINN- Sting-
ray, r6d/chrome, boys,
wide tire on back, $100,
386-672-7248 Vol
BIKE, Stationary- Pro-
Form, works abs, thighs,
abdomen, calves, ankles,
$150, 386-299-1638 Vol
BIKE- Raleigh Sprite, 5
speed, 27", made in Eng-
land, collectible, $100,
386-255-7627 Vol
BIRDCAGE- 60X18X18,
playtop, on rollers, seed
skirt, cleaning trays, new
cond $150, 386-682-1931
BISTRO SET cast alum.
rust proof w/patina fin-
rocker chairs pvc sling fab
$150. OBO 386-492-7316

BOOK SHELVES- $12,
$18, $23 386-428-3557
CAMERA, ARGUS-75-
$150. Vivitar, Pentax,
Polarid, all 3 for $50
386-767-9400
CANOPY- 20X10, new in
box, w/anchors, for boat,
truck, nursery, or shade,
$200, 386-576-6684 Vol
CARPET CLEANER- &
cleans bare floors,
Hoover Steam-Vac Ulta
Mdl $100 386-673-1613
CASH REGISTER- Royal
125NX, programmable
electronic, 12 dept. $50,
386-681-9576 Vol
CHAIRS, Dining- (4),
queen ann style, cherry
mahogany, good condi-
tion, $200. 386-322-0695
CHAIRS, Wingedback-
(2), burgandy color, good
condition, comfortable,
$100pair, 386-427-0417
CHEST, CEDAR- has
tray, good condition,
$199, 386-478-8162 Vol
CHINA CABINET-
beautiful- must see, with
beveled glass $199
386-290-3252 Ormond
CLOTHES, Maternity- sz
small/medium, 13 pants/
shorts, 15 shirts, $50all,
386-506-9761 Vol
COUCH & LOVE Seat,
floral design, exc. condi-
tion. Like new $150. obo
386-847-4138
CUSHIONS- (4), for patio
chairs, like new, $20ea,
386-672-8741 Vol
DAYBED, TRUNDLE-
new, never used, $175,
386-428-4877 Vol


Pet Grooming
Pick-up & Delivery
AvailablebyAppt
Beachside at 206 Moore Ave.
Daytona Beach Shores
Across southside R
Winn-Dixie&
Across AlA from
Perry's Oceanside Resort
386-226-4000 or 295-9176
Licensed Doggie GQoomer


Spay/Neuter
W%4-n Appi. or Drop Off
Dogs l
Male
$50.00 (Up to 29 Ibs.)
$60.00 (Up to 59 Ibs.)
$70.00 (Up to 80 lbs.)
Female
$60.00 (Up to 29 Ibs.)
$70.00 (Up to 59 Ibs.)
$80.00 (Up to 80 Ibs.)
S over 60 oi. by spedd
-Trn-menit ondy by appointment
� cats
Male $35.00 * Female $50.00
Val-U-Vet
Animal Health Inc.
Full Service Veterinary Clinic
549 Beville Rd
South Daytona
386-763-5208
1104 S. Nova Rd. o
Ormond Beach ,
386-672-3544


DESK, Roll Top- $75,
386-255-5826 in the AM
DOG HOUSES- 2 large
Dome, $35ea or $65
both, 386-236-8406
DRYER, Kenmore- 29",
white, excellent condition,
$200, 386-690-3527 Vol
DVD PLAYER/
RECORDER- $60. Also
TV/VCR combo $35
386-788-5295
EASEL, ARTIST Studio-
Windser Newton, never
used $150, 386-756-3040
ENTERTAINMENT CEN-
TER- 4' long, light wood,
good condition, $10,
386-767-4239 Vol
ENTERTAINMENT CEN-
TER- large, medium oak,
good condition, $95,
386-690-9979 Vol
ENTERTAINMENT CEN-
TER- oak, 50x50, glass
doors & storage, VCR
incl, $125, 386-673-5075
ENTERTAINMENT CEN-
TER- Oak, fits 27" TV,
very nice, $175obo,
386-682-3854 Vol
ENTERTAINMENT CEN-
TER- Solid oak, from
Oakwood, light color,
$175obo, 386-763-4366
FILTER- HAYWARD w/2
cartridges $100. Ladder
for 4 ft. pool $50
386-226-0145
FLAG KIT- Sales, wel-
come, American flags,
real estate sales, $75,
386-426-6254 Vol
FOLDING TRAY table
set- solid wood, new,
$100 obo, 386-428-2596
FOOTBALL CARD Col-
lection- thousands dated
70's, 80's, 90's & 00's,
$200 all, 386-424-1751
GAMECUBE- with a 4x
memory card, one game
and a controller, $35,
386-428-1394 Vol
GLASS DOOR- slider
48" w/frame like new $45,
30"x30" 15" coffee table
oak $15 386-760-1259
GOLF BALLS- (100)
Titleist Pro V1 like new
$1.25 ea. Others 25-75
ea. 386-788-1248
GOLF CLUBS- matching
set, new bag $75
386-756-8402
GRILL, THERMOS- to
o, fire & ice, like new,
100, 386-314-9110 Vol
HELMETS, Shoei- med
burgundy, $20, Bell bik
helmet, Irg, w/face 7 chin
guard $20, 386-763-1771
HOCKEY TABLE- flips to
pool table. Like new,
$200 386-795-5673
HOIST, CHAIN- 6 ton,
$125, 386-345-3601 Vol
INTERIOR DOORS- 24"
& 28" $2-$5. good cond.
35" TV, needs pic tube
$50 386-383-1386
JACKET- Black beaded,
worn once $35 size 12
386-760-4955 Pt Orange
JUICER, POWER- Jack
LaLanne's Classic. like
new, used 5 times, $50,
386-299-4321 Vol
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LAMP, FLOOR- white w/
sea blue & gold, $40,
chest of drawers, $25,
386-671-0574 Vol
LAMP, TIFFANY Style-
good condition, adjusta-
ble light settings, $125
obo, 386-478-0233 Vol
LAMPBASE, ANTIQUE-
fitted for electric light,
$145, 386-852-5017 Vol
LAWN MOWER-
Craftsman, self propelled,
rear bagger, great cond.
$85 386-761-4671
LAWN MOWERS-
Craftsman 6hp propelled,
22". $95, Snapper
propelled 21" $95 Great
condition! 386-788-2730
LAWNMOWER, Troy-
Bilt- 21", 7hp, starts
quick, runs great, $175,
386-673-6591 Vol
MATERIALS- 100 yds,
cotton, silk, etc, 10 ce to
$1.00 yd. Free zippers
with purch. 386-760-5453
MICROWAVE $25. HP
printer $25 386-214-5682
MIRRORS, WALL- 4 full
length, 5.5'x2', $10ea or
all for $35, 386-756-0451
MIXER, KITCHENAIDE-
w/attachments, white,
stainless twist in bowl,
$150, 386-947-2013 Vol
MONITOR, Computer-
LCD, 19", Envision, flat,
silver/black, built in spkrs,
$100, 386-402-4912 Vol
MOTOR, Trolling- Min-
nkota, fresh water, 32#
thrust, transom bracket,
new, $80, 386-767-4079
MOVIE PROJECTOR-
Zoombox, w/built in DVD
player, 5' picture, $200,
386-212-7982 Vol
MUFFLER/TAILPIPE- for
a Ford F150, $40,
386-441-6492 Vol
NASCAR Collectibles- 7
niagazines, 2 videos, 1
Earnhardt, Sr. Black Sun-
day $20ea, 386-760-5127
NURTRA-SYSTEM
MEALS- Complete
women, for 28 days incl
all $150 386-761-1797
OUTBOARD, ELGIN-
1955 $185 386-405-3799
PATIO FURNITURE-
table, 4 chairs w/ cush-
ions & overall cover,
$100, 386-671-6244
PATIO TABLE- with 4
swivel chairs, 9- tiles on
top, $150, 386-760-2572
PHONE, FAX & Answer-
ing Machine- Panasonic,
like new, high speed,
$100, 386-760-4068 Vol
PIANO BENCH $70. bar
stools (pr) $50.
386-428-3123 S Vol
PRINTERS DRAWER-
Antique, w/Hamilton Mfg
cast iron handle, $25,
386-426-1304 Vol
QUEEN BED- comp w/
boxspgs, foam mattress,
linens, pad & pillows
$100 386-252-5664
RAIN BARRELS - (1) 45
gal $39 & (2) 62 gal $55
ea. food grade FDA
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REFRIG, STOVE-
dishwshr, micro, almond,
all wkg, u move it $200
all 386-299-5942
REFRIGERATOR, Ken-
more, white, ice maker,
18cf, like new, $80,
386-672-4671 Vol
REFRIGERATOR- Apt
size $35. Also king size
bed $95 386-427-8286
REFRIGERATOR- Magic
Chef, 17 cu ft, good cond
$100. Magic Chef Stove
$50, 386-767-6089 Vol
RING, LAD- 7 2.5 caret
genuine garnet s/s mount
& trillion shaped cz, new,
$40, 386-761-0159 Vol
ROCKERS- BROWN
velvet, 2 for $50.
Complete commode $20
386-427-9474
ROUTER, Craftsman- w/
table & other accesso-
ries, $100, 386-672-8961
SANDBOX- Little Tykes,
purple turtle, w/cover,
$15, Mattress & box-
spring $75, 386-756-0770
SEWING MACHINE-
Singer, like new, $75,
386-427-8300 Vol
SHELVES- (3), walnut
brackets, $15, Card table
$8, 386-676-1363 Vol
SHUTTERS- (1) 15x43
$30, (1) 15x80 $60 (3)
15x35 $20 each
386-615-7676
SINK, KITCHEN- Kohler,
white, double cast iron,
$50, 386-503-6565 Vol
SPA- 8 man. Does not
work. You move it $200
386-426-8224 Edgewater
SPEAKER SYSTEM-
Bose, Asking $200
386-322-9841
STEREO UNIT- wood
cabinet, AM/FM synthe-
sizer, tape/CD/turntable,
$75, 386-437-5362 Vol
STOVE, Electric- yellow/
gold, great condition, $85
obo, 386-258-3893 Vol
TABLE- 16"H 57"L,
excellent condition. $30
Leave msg 386-788-8869
TABLES, Brass & Glass-
tops- 2 end tables, 1 cof-
fee, square, $135 for set,
386-409-7669 Vol
TOY BOX, LARGE- Girls
toys, barbie doll house,
playhouse items, $12 all,
386-672-5545 Vol
TREADMILL, Proform-
Space Saver, Power Tilt,
runs well, $150 obo,
386-427-9869 Vol
TV'S (1) - 31" $110, (1)
27" $85. Both excellent
386-615-1596 Ormond
TV, Magnavox- 27" new,
DVD/VHS built in, $200
firm, 386-767-7926 Vol
TV, Sony- picture perfect,
53", $200, 386-402-4721
TV, Sylvania- 19", $55,
Dhuri wool rug from India,
vanilla color w/pink floral,
$127, 407-671-7832 Vol
TYPEWRITER, Electric-
Smith Corona inc, carry
case, $10, 386-409-3397
VACUUM- $50
386-788-7402 Pt Orange


VIDEOS- VHS: Childrens
74 total, 32 hard case,
many Disney. $100/all
386-852-8?89 S. Daytona
WASHER, KENMORE-
$100, Kenmore Dryer,
$75, or $150 both, can
deliver, 386-290-2221
WEDDING DRESS- no
train; white, beaded, floor
length, size 6, like new,
$50, 386-316-4492 Vol
WEDDING DRESS- size
12, white, champagne
sash, train, strapless, no
lace, $100, 386-4054534
WHEELCHAIR, Inva-
care- folding, 16"Wx24",
wheels & leg rests, $150,
386-761-2106 Vol



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$29,900.
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SAMSULA AREA-
10 acre parcels, Pasture
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2001 - 3/2, $132,900
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2000 - 2/2, $88,900
New Carpet, 1068 s.f.-
2004 - 2/2, $105,900
Immaculate, 1067 s.f.
2002- 2/2den $128,750
Golf, 1480 s.f.
2003 - 3/2, $134,900
Golf/Water/1800 s.f.
2003 - 3/2, $169,900
Corner lot/ 1908 s.f.
2004 - 3/2, $175,900
Glassed Porch w/heat/AC
2003 - 3/2 $179,900
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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, encl. FI rm.
$142,500.
Adams Cameron & Co
Gary LaFond
386-453-5522

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Mostly ceramic tile floors.
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Colonial Colony. 2BR, Go
to 1275 Beville Rd. to see
1277 Liberty Ln. Comply
furn, new a/c, immed.
occupy 386-788-4640
MAGNOLIA VILLAGE-
2/2 doublewide, new ber-
ber carpet, 2 new bath
vanities, patio open/shut
windows, double parking.
$63,000. 386-409-7613
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,
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siding $53,500
386-677-3250 / 451-4018
ORMOND BEACH-
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Church. Will listen to
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3/2, cathedral ceilings,
fireplace. Must see
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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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ROSELAND BRAND
new 3/2 on 1/2 acre, pad
for dble garage, Seclud-
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Anxious ready to sell!
$127,500 772-473-4402



162 ACRES LAFAY-
ETTE CO. FLA. Planted
Pine, Hardwood Bottoms.
Road Frontage & Great
Hunting. $3700/acre.
Southern Pine Planta-
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Tracts 30acs.-2,000acs.
pricing $1590-$3000/ac.
Contact Jaymie Strick-
land jaymie.strickland@
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Crosby todd.crosby@am
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AL, 38+ Acres Sports-
man's Paradise. Mature
timber, duck pond, river
frontage, deer, turkey &
fishing. $115K King Re-
alty 334-566-8053. www.
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BASINGER Florida 3
acres cleared &
landscaped. Lush
pasture. 2 stall barn
horse ready. 10 x 12 tack
sheds. No zoning
restrictions. 1568 sqft
manufactured home. 3/2
den, large kit, LR, & 12
x 24 storage shed.
$190,000. 863-467-1650




Blairsville GA 2BR/2BA
home with Mountain view
$139,500 Michael Miles
at Julia Meadows Realty
706-400-8870/897-0443
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100% PRIVACY
Ormond off AlA in
beautiful home. Your own
entrance, pkg, bath &
patio. Cbl, fridge, micro,
laundry, linens. Walk to
ocean, sports park,
Ormond mall. Working
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CORVETTE HOTEL
565 S. Atlantic Ave
Ormond Bch- Low weekly
& daily Rates. Cable TV
&Oceanfront rooms avail.
386-615-1391
ORMOND BEACH-
furnished bedroom for
rent or 2 bedrooms
together + bath, utilities
incl. Oak Brook Dr. Call
for details. 386-492-3688
PORT ORANGE - Look-
ing to share home. Full
house priv. include kit &
laundry rm, Pool. 10 mins
to beach. Walking dis-
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$525. mo Bkgrd. chk. No
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PORT ORANGE- House
to share w/2 guys.
$475/mo. Dwnstrs bed
w/att. bath. Share 1/3 util,
high speed int, cable,
water, elec. Use of all
house amen. Less than
10 min. from colleges.
Mike 386-882-7893
SOUTH DAYTONA-
Beautiful house on lake
to share with responsible,
honest & employed
person. $150/wk. incl. until.
Carol 386-871-4070



$300 MOVES YOU INI
Must qualify, Gina
Apartments, large 1 BR &
2 BR, central heat & air,
laundry on site, small pet
ok. $525/lbr $625/2br
water incl. 386-295-7305
"Spruce Creek Fly-In**
2br & 3br Furnished Con-
dos Available. Long or
Short Term. Country Club
Properties of Spruce
Creek 386-756-6105
AWESOME RIVER
VIEW- Daytona Beach,
Spac. 2/1, New tile, scrd
balcony, storm shters,
dock, htd pool, clbhse,
Sm pet ok. $795 incl
cable & wtr 386-846-3882
COCOA BEACH-
Port Royal Condo
2br/2ba, Fully Furnished,
1st Floor, $1200 mo. Call
Richard 407-791-6617
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-
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impaired. lbd/lba Rent
is based on income.
386-255-2622 EOH
DAYTONA BEACH
SHORES- Awesome
Oceanfront & River
views! 19th floor.
3br/3ba, $1950/mo. Avail
June 1st. 1-724-991-1979
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DAYTONA BEACH-
2 story loft, $550/mo. +
deposit and references,
close to downtown, Mod-
ern Realty 386-253-7449
DAYTONA BEACH-
$550 moves you in!
Efficiency apt, 1 person
only, utilities included.
Refs needed. Modern
Realty 386-253-7449
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
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
NEW SMYRNA BCH:
1br/1ba/fp & patio, W/D
1920's Charm Decorated
2008 & Very clean. His-
torical area, One bik to
canal, No Pets.
407-620-5027


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19-72ac. 3/4mi. adjoins
US Forest Srv. Paved rd.
wildlife, electric, creeks,
springs, pasture $12,500/
acre & up. Farm land al-
so avail. 706-273-9501
GEORGIA - Gilmer
County. Appalachian
Trail. 2-lots for sale. One
2+ac & one 4+ac. Panor-
amic views. $25,000/ac.
Call 207-743-6779
GEORGIA - Gilmer Cty
1.5ac to 3ac building lots
starting @ $39,000 great
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ces marked down 40%
Owner fin. Also 200ac @
$13,500/ac 706-889-0291
GEORGIA WOODED
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lacre to 10acres. LOW
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as low as $229/mo. (low
down) 706-364-4200
Grand Opening Salel
Sat. May 31st 1+acre
lake access $29,900
FREE boat slips! 160,000
acre recreational lake in
Kentucky. Save $5000
Guaranteed! Dockable
lakefront avail. Lowest fi-
nancing in 25+ years.
1-800-704-3154, x.1826
GREAT OPPORTUNITY
to buy 3,200 sq. ft home
near Tampa. Appraisal at
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Call Mary Crossfield
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Community nestled into
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Near Lake Chatuge
Land/log homes start-
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HILTON HEAD South
Carolina affordable lake-
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homesites starting low
$100's world class amen-
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ORMOND BY THE SEA-
2/2, furn/unfurn, quiet end
unit. Direct ocean view.
Water, cable incl. $1100
/mo, 386-679-3191.
770-312-7949
POOLSIDE CONDOTEL
Holly Hill, Free util, cable,
local phone, 1-2 adults.
Pet-drug free. $155/wk,
$600. mo. $250 sec. Call
386-334-4443
South Daytona- 2/1 Apt.
New carpet and tile.
Generous size rooms.
Central A/C, Cats ok.
$625/mo + utilities & dep.
Call 386-682-5366
SOUTH DAYTONA-
Absolutely ' beautiful
townhome, 2br/1.5ba, Ig
living space, laundry on
premises, assigned pkg,
abundant personal pride.
$690/mo. 386-383-9989
/290-6740
VERO BEACH: Move in
special! Newly remod-
eled. lbr & 2br from
$575. Tile, New applk
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 appi, nice
yard CLEAN. Small
dog okay. Avail now.
$1100/mo. 1ST MONTH
FREEI 386-761-6565
DAYTONA ADORABLE
Beachside Cottage- 1/1,
just remodeled, furn,
$700/mo. No smoking,
incl all util. 866-599-1344
727-709-5682
DAYTONA BCH - Peli-
can Bay 2BR/2BA/1CG.
Fireplace, screen porch
Avail nowl No pets,
$1000/mo. Gated comm.
386-441-8262 / 295-6294


MADISON COUNTY FL
Acreage Over 40 acres in
a gated community near
Tallahassee, FL and 1-10.
$112K net, need a quick
sale. Call 866-755-6766
MID TENNESSEE MTNS
5 Acres - Beautiful cabin
site w/woods & river ac-
cess. 1/2 hour North of
Cookeville. $29,900. Low
down. Owner financing.
931-839-6141
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
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 Incomel Great
investment-Smoky Mtns.
321-432-1557 $165,000
NC MOUNTAIN HOME-
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of $243.26 based upon
purchase price of
$49,900 w/90% financed
@ 6.5% via 3yr. interest
only loan.
NC MOUNTAINS
2.2ac cabin shell $99,900
4.2acs grt view. $69,900.
lac. mature woods
$29,900.
Acreage w/the best views
ever! Free Brochure. Ex-
cellerit Financing.
Call 1-828-652-8700





NC, Let Uncle Sam fi-
nance your American
Dream - $600 will hold
tract until you get here!
Heart of Smoky Moun-
tains. spectacular views,
gate, paved roads. Near
Bryson City, lakes, Nat'l
Parks. Own fin. 2ac from
$65,000.1-800-810-1590
www.wildcatknob.com
NEW ARIZONA LAND
RUSH! 1 or 2.5 "Football
Field" sized lots! $0 down
$0 interest $159- $208
/mo ! Money Back Guar-
anteel I 888-507-4380 or
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NORTH Carolina Mtns
Hendersonville, Low cost
1/1 mobile home, 55+
park furnished, glass en-
closed porch, patio, shed,
$28,000 321-951-1792
Classified 386-322-5949


DAYTONA BEACH- 1/1,
porch, study room, big
yard, 2nd floor, Nice quiet
neighborhood. $650/mo.
Water included. 308
Adeline St. 267-241-3764
DAYTONA BEACH-
Charming spanish home.
2/1, huge tub, wood
floors, Revived Beach St.
area, Rent $750/mo. or
buy $105K w/lease option
866-599-1344
727-709-5682
DAYTONA BEACH-
Rent to Buy! 2br/lba,
front & back deck, w/d.
Sat. or cable ready. 610
S. Seagrave St. Outdoor
pets ok $725 mo. $700
sec 386-235-8541
DAYTONA BEACH:
3br/2br at 521 Fulton St,
Appliances W/D hookup,
CHA Immediate occup
$875/mo + $500 sec, Yrly
lease, Sec 8 welcome
508-868-6096/865-7037
EDGEWATER - 814 Star
Reed, 3/2/2 in Coral
Trace; large, lakeside
home is gated/pool
comm. $1100/mo Call
Jeanne, Alexander R.E.
386-690-9018
EDGEWATER/ WATER-
FRONT. Fish on dock on
canal to intracoast clean
2/1 beauty furn. W/D.
6mo-lyr. $750-$1000. 1st
& sec. 386-424-9341
photo ad #31603 www.
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FLAGLER BEACH
-Luxury Living Brand new
home in brand new sub-
div. 3BR/2BA/2CG, 2449
sf. hardwd firs thruout.
Wood cabinets, granite
counter tops, brick pa-
vers. Lots of upgrades.
$1800 mo. 386-676-0094
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1-877-504-0005
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NORTH CAROLINA
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Easy to finish new log
cabin shell on 1.7 acres,
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828-247-9966
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OHIO Log Mansion 5
acres,4years old 9000sf
5br/7ba/3cg, 7balconys,
4 fireplaces, 2 kitchens,
Lg rec room. complete-
ly furnished. $1 Million
plus Call 330-705-0048
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
POLK COUNTY Florida.
5 Acre Deed Restricted
Homesites, $95,000.
Owner financing avail.
$5,000/down,$525/month
Quality Realty & Invest-
ments 1-863-533-0888
SOUTH CAROLINA -
Aiken. 10 acres, eques-
trian farm, paved road
board fencing, $2,500
down payment, owner
will finance balance, oth-
er tracts 5 to 50 acres
Owner 803-640-3497
SOUTHEAST TENNES-
SEE Beautiful Mountain
Development; Gated,
secluded, paved roads,
utilities; Interior & bluff
lots, Wooded' 5 Acres
& up; 4 miles from 1-24.
423-949-6887
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
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TENN Lakevlew Norrs
Knoxville large level lot in
upscale community only
$134,900 Michelle Mears
Coldwell Banker Wallace
& Wallace 865-661-9975
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HOLLY HILL- 180
Highland Ave. 3/2, gar,
newly remod, centrally
loc. nice area! Pet OK.
$1100 mo. + sec. $100
off 1st mo. 386-290-4130
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
QUIET AREA Ormond
Beach, 3/2, Florida room,
kitchen wall appliances.
Garage, 64 Capri N.
$900 mo 1st + security.
386-441-4100/295-1830
ORMOND BEACH-
Cleanest house around!
3/1, open floor plan, no
pets. Smoking outside,
$995/mo, 1st, last & sec.
Patti, 386-290-0018
ORMOND BEACH- Golf
course front, pool. 4/3
fireplace. Close to
school, upscale shops,
hospitals, 1-95. $2250;
1st, last, sec. Option to
buy avail. No pets.
386-290-3252
ORMOND BEACH-
Hand Ave. 4/2, all new kit
& appli, new tile & carpet.
Fenced yard, garage.
Avail now. $1200 mo.
386-299-2713 / 676-9100
ORMOND BEACHSIDE
1BR, LR, kitchen, bath.
Use of comm pool,
clbhse. Walk to ocean
and businesses. Fresh
paint $600. 386-673-8131
ORMOND BY The Sea -
Beautiful 2/3BR, 2BA,
newly painted inside &
out. New carpet. $950.
no. 1st & $800. deposit.
386-441-5513 -
ORMOND BY THE SEA-
2bR/1Ba Fla. rm, inside
utilitity, new carpet &
paint. Fenced yard. 76
Carol Rd. $825. mo 1st &
sec. 386-441-4100
295-1830


ST. PAULS AREA in the
Beautiful Carolinas.
2.5 acres. Ready to go
site w/well & septic.
$19,900. Owner Financ-
ing. 803-505-2161
TENNESSEE America's
#1 Real Estate Market.
lac.-6ac. Homesites,
from $19,900. Owner fi-
nancing $127/month.
Complete Home& Land
packages, purchase be-
fore 6/15/08 builder pays
first 6paymentsl
1-888-811-2168
TENNESSEE
Crossville Cumberland
Plateau. Golf Capital of
Tennessee. Low taxes!
Underground utilities,
Wooded lots. Owner fi-
nancing. Starting at
$5,000/ac Plateau Prop-
erties, Inc. www.
plateauproperties.com
1-866-490-5263
TENNESSEE Crossville
lake lots $14,900. & up.
1-br/1-ba cabin RV base
1.2 acres and carport
$44,900 Call Nickie at
Realty 1 Group
nheidle@multipro.com
'Direct 931-248-3900
931-707-8787 or
888-992-8787
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 Tax! No State
Income Tax, No Impact
Feel Excellent Owner
Financingl Ask about
Mini Vacation!
1-888-358-1020
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
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ORMOND BY THE SEA-
5 Seaside Drive, 2br/1lba,
carport, Florida room,
washer & dryer, $750 mo.
1st, last, security
deposit. 407-967-7932
ORMOND BY THE SEA-
Sea Bridge Comm. large
2/2 with new fa room.
On quiet cul-de-sac. 2nd
house from ocean. Furn
or unfurn. $1200/mo. w/
good credit 845-532-6040
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. + sec deposit.
Call Gary 386-562-6031
PONCE INLET- 3/2
Steps to the beach.
Roomy w/ split BR's. Nice
family room w/fireplace &
connect. lanai. Large lot.
Near Inlet Harbor. Rare
rental. Available August
1st. $1475. 386-451-1503
PORT ORANGE 6 weeks
FREE RENT + $250
Move in deposit - 55+
Resort Comm. w/full
amenities. 2br/2ba, 1252
sf. Comp. remodeled,
new carpet/windows, FL
rm, 2 sheds. $850.mo.
Briarwood 386-761-7947
PORT ORANGE Coun-
tryside Hunt Club gated
comm. 3BR/2Ba/2CG
clubhse, pool & tennis
courts. Centrally located.
$1400.mo 386-788-2563
PORT ORANGE- Nice
area, good schools!
Lovely 3/2/2, fenced yard,
tile & carpet firs. dining &
Fl rm., Avail now. $1200
mo + sec. 386-795-7144
Classified 386-322-5949


FREE TIMESHARE
by owner. 5 star resort in
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Can trade week. Small
closing cost. Lots of
amentites. 561-625-5436
TIMESHARE RESALES:
Save 60-80% off retail!
Best resorts & seasons.
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.year for life or exchange
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VERO STRIP Center.
Income, location, cap
rate, mint condition. Fully
leased $1.2M. VERO
LANDMARK Corner. 2.5
acres. + 4000 sq ft build-
ing. General commercial.
Lift station. Ample park-
ing. Sale or lease.
$799K 772-489-0180



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
TEXAS LAND Liquida-
tion! 20 acres, near
Booming El Paso. Good
road access. Only
$14,900, $200/down,
$145 per mo. Money
back guarantee. No cred-
it checks 1-800-755-8953
www.sunsetranches.com



EDGEWATER 'DUPLEX
NICE 2 BEDROOM, 2
BATH each unit. Never
vacant. Current income
$1,300/month. Close to
everything. Possible own-
er financing with signifi-
cant downpayment.
$225,000. 321-299-4188,
321-299-4192
EDGEWATER. 2723 In-
dia Palm Dr. INVESTOR
ALERT-check this out!
Recently renovated du-
plex with low mainte-
nance & provides in-
come. Rent both or rent
one and live in other.
$184,900. Call Tom Ho-
man Weichert Realtors
386-679-5471'.
PORT CHARLOTTE, FL
1 yr old gorgeous home.
South Golf Cove. Golf
access. Screened, spa.
3br/2.5ba/2cg. 2571 sq ft.
Was $646,000 1 yr ago.
Asking $350,000. Call
727-492-1665


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PORT ORANGE-
2br/lba, carport, utility
shed w/Florida room,
completely renovated,
1132 Greenbriar Ave.
*Lease w/option to buy.
$700/mo. 904-613-6001
PORT ORANGE- 3/2
Like new and beautiful.
On cul-de-sac. Private
setting. 1-car garage.
Nice yard. Sail Court.
$1100 mo 386-451-1503

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* 3/2/2, 1830 LSF,
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$1200/mos.
Port Orange:
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$950/mos. . - CC
Ormond Beach: L 7
* 2/1/1 1158 lsf
close to the beach
rent $900 security
deposit $900
* 2/2/2 1700 Isf
close to the beach
rent $1,000 security
deposit $1,000
South Palm Coast:
* 3/2/2, 1342 LSF,
Good cond.
$850/mos. Sec. dep.
$1000


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PORT ORANGE- 3/2/2,
jacuzzi, tiled kitchen &
BR, 7 years young, good
area & schools, all
appliances. $1250/mo.
1st & dep. 781-632-6153
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PORT ORANGE- River-
wood Plantation, hurri-
cane safe, all amenities,
3100sf, 3br/3.5ba, office,
$1800, 1st & last. Pets ?
386-214-5094 / 257-1503
PORT ORANGE-
Summer Trees, age rest.
55+ 2/2, private patio.
Rent to own $725/mo. 93
Cypress Pond Rd.
Vacant 386-760-3468
Call Classified
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PORT ORANGE- very
clean doublewide spa-
cious 3br/2ba, w/d hk-up
inside, Ig screened porch,
carport. No smoking/pets
$850/mo 1 year lease.
Ist/last/sec, credit check
& refs 386-767-0020
PORT ORANGE- Waters
Edge- newer lakefront
executive 1500 sf, 3/2/2,
grass cutting incl, $1250
mo. 6797 Calistoga Cir.
Diplomatic Realty Mike
386-453-4485
SOUTH DAYTONA
/PORT ORANGE AREA-
close to Beach! 3/2, nice
area. Close to shopping.
1/2 block to US1.
$750/mo. 386-767-3219
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SOUTH DAYTONA-
2br/1ba, 1 car garage,
Quiet neighborhood. No
pets, non-smoking. $775
mo. + .1 & 1/2 months
security. 386-206-9367
VERO CENTRAL BCH
Charming 3/2 block
home with terrazzo tile
floors on lush oversized
lot. New W/D. Mint cond.
Rent to own $1225/mo.
772-489-0180
WALK TO THE BEACH
2BR, 2BA, W/D hook-up,
single garage. Exc. loca-
tion. Freshly painted. No
Pets. $900 mo., $950
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Daytona Area- 3750 S.'
Atlantic Ave. Furn, 2/2
twnhse. 6 mo + lease.
$1200 mo or $300 wkly
with dep and felony bkgrd
ck req. 386-295-5673
NEW SMYRNA BEACH.
Ventian Bay. 2BR 2.5BA
2CG Townhome. 1834sf.
W/D. Pool access.
$1000/mo. FLS. Call
386-846-0442
ORMOND / PINE RUN-
3br/3ba, w/d, fireplace,
wet bar, ceiling fans,
enclosed patio, deck.
Pool tennis. $995/mo. 1st
+ security. No smoking
or pets. 386-334-6273
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1941 BUICK Completely 1965 PONTIAC GTO 1986 EL CAMINO- GMC FORD F100 P/U 1953
rebuilt Street Rod, Chevy ground up restoration Caballero 6 cyl, fuel injec. 302 eng. 1984 Mercury
350, 300hp engine, more than 1/2 done. Too Good on gas, runs, looks frame, auto, A/C, all
interior complete with many new & used parts great. Bright red $3500. power, 'new white paint.
bucket front seats, Turbo to list. Health forces sale. 814-591-2376 Ormond $18,500. 386-453-1826
400 trans, Ford 9" rear $15,000 772-461-1781 CHRYSLER 5TH Ave FORD T-BIRD 1962
$30K 386-589-7234 - 1987 Perfect original wht/red w/tonneau cap,
Call Classified Call Classified paint & navy leather wire wheels, original
386-322-5949 386-322-5949 interior. 1 owner. $2500. parts,excellent condition
321-255-5191 M25 n0 772-461-50n78


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1999 Convertible One of
1576 red manuf 8270 mi
Collectors dream, pristine
condition. $32,500/obo
352-249-9164 see photos
online at www.
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ad #29937


2008 DODGE Grand
Caravan. Take on a pay-
ment of $159 per month
w/ $0 down. Bad credit
ok. 888-472-7811 details:
www.AutoOfferlnfo.com
Dealer
BUICK ROADMASTER-
1992, station wagon 5.0L,
V8, white w/woodgrain,
leather, all options, all
original, 89k original
miles. $5000
386-756-8869
CHRYSLER 300 M 1999
- V6, auto trans, leather,
good running car. $3900
obo. 386-761-5773
DONATE a Car today to
help children & their fami-
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deductible. Children's
Cancer Fund of America,
Inc. 1-800-469-8593
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DONATE YOUR CAR To
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LINCOLN TOWNCAR
'95 55K original miles.
Garaged FL car in
pristine cond. Desert
rose, cream leather
$7000 443-994-4260

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CORVETTES WANTED
1953-1972 any condition!
Competitive cash buyer
1 -800-850-3656
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DONATE YOUR Car -
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with Camp & Education.
Quickest Towing. Non-
Runners/Title Problems
Ok. Free Vacation/Cruise
Voucher. Special Kids
Fund. 1-866-448-3865
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Veteran's Lodging, Inc.
Help homeless veterans
& victims of natural dis-
asters! We make donat-
ing your car fast & Easy
receive 3-vacation certifi-
cate. Call before the tax
year ends. 800-841-6225


ORMOND BEACH-
Spacious 2/2/2, end unit
townhome in quiet
neighbor. Must see! Pool,
tennis courts, 1st mo sec.
$1075/mo. 386-846-0490
PORT ORANGE-
Intracoastal Villas Newly
remodeled, 2/1.5 W/D,
Cent. located. Waterfront
w/pool. No pets or
smoking. $850/mo. Cable
included. 386-679-5004
PORT ORANGE-
Villages of Royal Palm,
2/2, furn villa, garage,
w/d, upscale resort type
gated comm w/clbhse, 2
pools, tennis, gym, more!
Move in today $1250
386-405-5187
PORT ORANGE-
Villages of Royal Palm,
2/2, furn villa, garage,
w/d, upscale resort type
gated comm w/clbhse, 2
pools, tennis, gym, more!
Move in today $1250
386-405-5187
VERO BEACH Over-
lo6ks lake, Gated comm.
3/2, pool & clubhouse,
large kitchen with island
$1250mo FLS
772-538-2536


2000 Honda Shadow
Ace 750cc windshield,
saddlebags, only 7000
miles, immac. cond,
$3800. 330-936-5578
BIG DOG MASTIFF- '06,
250 rear tire, low
mileage, like new, 1
owner. Must sell. $19,000
386-846-0128 photo
online ad #29938 www.
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HARLEY DAVIDSON
883/1200 SPORTSTER
1998 with Voyager Trike
Kit. Low miles. $10,500
obo. 386-423-2579
HARLEY DAVIDSON:
Gorgeous 00' Dyna Wide
Glide. Many Extras.
13,000mi. Exc Cond.
$8,500/Trade for equal
value. 772-370-8413
HONDA VT1100C2-
2006, Shadow Sabre, exc
cond, only 8500 mi, rides
& looks brand new. Must
see! First $5800. Call Sid
386-427-1959
WANTED JAPANESE
Motorcycles Kawasaki,
1970-1980, Z1-900,
KZ900, KZ1000, H2-750,
H1-500, S 1-250, S2-250,
S2-350, S3-400, Cash
Paid. 1-800-772-1142 or
1-310-721-0726



BOUNDER- 1996, 34ft,
41K miles, very clean, no
pets or smoking in, many
extras included Priced to
sell! Pete 386-846-4301
CANTERBURY - Park
model RV in MASS. Per-
fect for entire summer.
12x40 '02, lbr/lba, cath
ceiling, full size appi, Like
New. Lot good until 2097.
$48,000. 508-344-9499

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DAYTONA BEACH. 1/2
block to Beach! CUTE!
CLEAN! Nice area. Im-
mediate avail. 1BR/1BA,
triplex. $165/wk + $500
dep. Incl. some utilities
386-235-2561
DAYTONA- REDUCED
For qualified adult
tenants only. Spacious,
1100sf, 2br duplex. Incl
w/d, lawn srvc, patio priv
fence, close to univer. No
smoking/pets. $650/mo
plus sec. 386-255-0342
EDGEWATER - Shangri-
La. Immaculate 2br/2ba,
quiet neighborhood. Gar.
W/D, lawn serv. $875mo
+sec. Very clean Credit
check. 440-582-3606
EDGEWATER FLORIDA
Shores 2bd/1.5ba newly
remodel w/garage, vault-
ed ceilings, patio, 2302
Fern Palm $725. Avail
now ! 386-258-5357



HOBE SOUND 55+
Cambridge,Partially furn
Dblewde, Scr porch, 2/2,
Incl comm pool, lawn
main & cable. Exc. cond
$850mo 772-545-4028
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PORT ORANGE-
2 finished air conditioned
units. 950 sf each unit.
For more information call
386-871-6030
PORT ORANGE- New
bldg under construction.
4215 Ridgewood Ave. 3
finished a/c units to be
avail. Each unit 1488 sf,
Call 386-871-6030
VERO- RETAIL/OFFICE.
2 mos FREE rent. US
Hwy #1/Great Commerce
Center. Expand or start
new business. $600/mo.
772-489-0180
NEED TO HIRE??
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CLARIFIED
386-322-5949


DAYTONA OFFICE For
lease on US1. 1000 sf.,
signage. $450 mo. +
electric. Modern Realty
386-253-7449
HOLLY HILL Office
space. 500+ sq.ft. central
location. $425/mo. Great
amenities. 386-214-8851



ORMOND BEACH-
New 1250sf warehouse.
Air-conditioned office
$785/mo. Up to 2500sf
available. 386-672-1276
or 386-451-4018
Call Classified
386-322-5949
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vacation homes. Ocean
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pool, hot tub, docks. Call
for last minute specials!
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american-paradise.com
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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
LOADED WITH EXTRAS
Monaco Diplomat '01.
2-slides' diesel pusher.
53k mi. $79,900. New
tires 2007. Grey w/honey
oak c.b. 651-226-1825
photo ad #32505 www.
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1-877-215-3335
www.marysescape.com
NO CAROLINA Beech
Mountain. 1-6 br chalets
& mountain villas fully
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tennis, swimming, fine
dining, Cool mountain
breezes, from $225/wk.
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1-800-368-7404
NORTH CAROLINA-
Cabins, Condos and
Homes available for
Summer Rentals. Call
Foscoe Rentals
1-800-723-7341or online
www.foscoerentals.com


Winnebago/C
Motorhome- 2003, 30ft,
2 slides, generator, 27K
miles, excellent cond,
$47,500 386-423-4747


FORD EXPLORER
SPORT '98. A/C, gd tires,
new brakes, PW, PL, roof
rack, tow hitch, CD/tape.
SRuns grt, good exterior.
$3500obo. 321-288-6609


CHEVY 1500- 2002, reg.
cab. 6 cyl. 79K miles 1
owner exc cond. New
Michelin tires $7900.
Ormond 814-591-2376
NEED TO HIRE??
CALL
CLASSIFIED
386-322-5949


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
Call Classified
386-322-5949


NO Carolina Mtns
Summer In N Carolina
Mtns Completley furn.
1-br condo 4 months
June thru Sept $550/mo
+ utilities. 828-884-7627
ST. AUGUSTINE BCH
Oceanview Condo fr $99
nite, or Oceanfront house
fr. $199nite/$1399wk,
Oceanfront wedding $349
or Historic District from
$129nite 904-825-1911
www.sunstatevacation.com
TENNESSEE MTNS.
Cumberland Plateau
Bordering The Big South
Fork NatI River/ rec area.
11 fully furn Log cabins.
www. Iaurel fork . com
423-286-5135
TIMESHARE RESALES
Buy/Sell/Rent up to 60%
off resort prices! No
Commissions!! Member
of BBB! Don't wait. Call
today 1-888-201-1676


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 LARIAT F350 '01,
Dually, crew cab, Ither,
loded,82k mi., 2 wh drive,
7.3 diesel, exc. cond
$17,500 772-519-1245
Call Classified
386-322-5949


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19' KEY WEST- 1992,
center console, 115hp
Suzuki motor, fish finder,
2 anchors, cover,
outriggers. Runs good,
$5000. 386-677-4311
1988 WELLCRAFT-
Inboard/Outboard. Runs
great. New trailer. Needs
floor work and seats.
$1500. 386-405-5303

VALUE
24'7" CENTURY '95
200HP Yamaha, New
Garmin, GPS, Alum Trail-
er. Lots of extras,
$17,000/obo
772-770-9294
NEED TO HIRE??
CALL
CLASSIFIED
386-322-5949


CENTURY CORONADO-
Rare collectors year and
model 1955 Antique, ab-
solutely beautiful, re-
s t o original showrm
cond, new trailer $29,700
386-290-6740
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 "
VIP DECK/SKI BOAT-
'94, 25.5', endcl head,
tunnel hull, 4.3L, 235hp
Merc, V6, i/o, twin axle
trailer, 12 pass. Book
value $14,000. $7500
obo/trade 386-383-7489


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