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This Week


FUTURES AWARDS
Teachers and students
awarded by foundation


Bellaire survey shows distrust in leadership lingers


Best grade on
'report card' a C+
BY BETHANY CHAMBERS
Staff writer
DAYTONA BEACH -
Most students who come
home with report cards
filled with Ds this month
will'be expected to put
their noses to the grind-
stone and study up for
next year.
Members of a city com-
munity group say they
expect the same of one
barely-passing student:
the city of Daytona Beach.
Results of a recent sur-
vey conducted of more


than 100 members of the
Bellaire Community
Group were released last
week at the group's meet-
ing and in its newsletter.
The survey was the first
since a widely publicized
citizen survey was con-
ducted by a city consult-
ant last year. That survey
found a high level of dis-
trust in city government,
which prompted assur-
ances by city leaders that
there would be changes.
A year later, though, this
survey isn't much better,
said Bellaire Community
Group chairman Steve
Koenig.
"I don't think the city


has shown improvement
in transparency of govern-
ment," he said.
Megan O'Neill, Bellaire
newsletter editor, helped
Mr. Koenig write the sur-
vey.
"I think we need a regu-
lar checkpoint, and
enough time has passed
(since the city's survey)
for changes to be made,"
she said. "The wheels of
government just grind
slowly."
Mr. Koenig, a former
professor of statistics at
Stetson University, com-
piled the anonyfnous
written surveys.
In a report card-style


section, the city's highest
grade, a C+, represented
the "quality of city servic-
es" residents received.
"I consider that an A,
because it's really a
pass/fail category," Mr.
Koenig said. "If they're
taking your garbage and
getting you water, they're
doing just what they're
supposed to do."
The city earned D and
D+ grades on level of trust
in local government; city
officials' handling of resi-
dent concerns versus
business interests of
developers; and on local
government response to
the community redevel-


opment area audit.
The contentious devel-
oper-resident relationship
came to a head last year
when a citywide group,
Save Our Neighborhoods,
formed and hired an
attorney to represent
them in negotiations with
a developer.
Commissioner Pam
Woods attended the May
15 Bellaire meeting and
said Save Our Neighbor-
hoods, which she found-
ed, is'still paying off
$1,600 in attorney's fees.
"It isn't a good thing,"
she said. Changing the


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last Tuesday. For
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Index

Classified ................................ B 5
Community Notes ........... A9
Crossword .............................. B4
Dining & Entertainment .... B1
Horoscopes ..........B...........
Out & About .......................... B1
Police Report ........................ A5
Sports ...................................... B4
Viewpoint ................................ A6
Week in Review .................... A3


Holly Hill adds


police officer,


hybrid vehicle


to its force

Officer will handle community
relations, crime prevention


BY BETHANY CHAMBERS
Staff writer
HOLLY HILL - Citizens
will be seeing a new face
in uniform in a chic new
ride this summer as the
Holly Hill Police Depart-
ment adds another officer
and sport utility vehicle to
the force.
The community redevel-
opment agency, composed
of city commissioners,
voted last week to add a
special response team offi-
cer and a 2009 Ford Escape
Hybrid to the city's force.
The city's five special
response team officers
patrol the community rede-
velopment area and, as of
this summer, will be based
out of a new police substa-
tion at 240 Ridgewood
Avenue.
Although the substation


is only in the trial stages,
expect the officer to be a
permanent addition, city
manager Tim Harbuck said.
"This person will be
responsible for a lot of pro-
grams in the CRA," he said.
The list of responsibilities
includes:
*Crime prevention and
community relations,
including attending neigh-
borhood and business
watch meetings and coor-
dinating a citizens police
academy
eSecurity for CRA events,
like the Easter Egg Hunt
and Trick or Treat
SLeading the Police
Explorer program
* Performing in-depth
CRA crime analysis, includ-
ing a crime perception sur-
vey, and maintaining up-
to-date crime maps, similar
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City won't make properties


conform to its regulations


Staff, one
commissioner
'disappointed'
BY BETHANY CHAMBERS
Staffwriter
HOLLY HILL - Entering
the city from Daytona
Beach, one thing is appar-
ent: car lots love Ridge-
wood Avenue.
Although those car lots
do not meet the city's
plans for a retail corridor
on the avenue, they won't
be going anywhere soon.
City officials last week
agreed not to force prop-
erty owners to conform to
the city's rules.
Properties that don't
conform are those that
don't fit guidelines estab-
lished in the city's land
development regulations.
Officially, a "noncon-
forming use" is "a legal
violation of the current
zoning because the use of
the land (or structure)
existed before the ordi-
nance was passed," or was
grandfathered in. This
includes car lots in retail
areas and junk yards and
certain industrial uses,


such as the cement plant,
in residential areas.
City staff had requested
the city's code be made
more stringent "to hasten
the day when the particu-
lar use or structure either
'disappears' or comes into
compliance," community
development director
Doug Gutierrez wrote in a
memo. He called the vio-
lators "the Achilles heel of
planning and zoning."
"Nonconformities
reduce the effectiveness of
what a community is try-
ing to accomplish through
its comprehensive plan,"
he wrote.
But, by a 4-1 vote, the
city commission sided
with the city's board of


planning and appeals and
opted to keep the code as
is to remain a "business
friendly" city.
For the city's dozen or so
nonconforming business-
es, that means a brief
reprieve, city manager
Tim Harbuck said.
"We know what's (not
conforming). We don't
need to go on the property
to know. You're not
allowed to have a junk
yard in a neighborhood or
a used car lot on Ridge-
Wood," he said. "We can
watch these properties."
Commissioner John
Penny was the only dis-
senting vote. He said he
was "disappointed" the
commission focused on
specific businesses,
instead of the big picture.
However, Mr. Penny said
he is not worried because
the slow economy should
give the commission time
to workshop the code and
vote again before new
businesses look into Holly
Hill.
That will be especially
important for the commu-
nity redevelopment area,
the portion of the city


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Educator named rookie teacher of the year


BY JEANNE WILLARD
Staffwriter
VOLUSIA COUNTY - A local
teacher showed he has the right
stuff, despite teaching for only one
year.
Mainland High School teacher
Timothy Huth Jr. received the
FUTURES First Year Teacher
Award for secondary level schools.
Michael Holder from Orange City
Elementary School earned the title
for the elementary school level.
The two teachers were selected
from 34' rookie educators nomi-
nated from area schools and hon-
ored by the FUTURES Foundation
forVolusia County Schools and the
Volusia County School Board.
The First Year Teacher award
recognizes those educators who
have exceeded district expecta-
tions and inspired students during
their first year of teaching, said
Mike Manning, FUTURES board
member.
"It's a huge honor," said
Mr. Huth, 24, who received the
award at a recent luncheon held at
the Indigo Lakes Banquet Center
in Daytona Beach.
The ninth-grade world history
teacher said he has a passion for
teaching and his students.
"I've always tried to make my
lessons student-centered and
have them be engaged," Mr. Huth
said. "If the kids see your excite-
ment they feed off it and become
excited too. My kids have really
bought into it this year. It's been a
fantastic experience."
The awards ceremony also hon-
ored students named as Sunshine
State Scholars, PRISM scholars, a
National Geographic Bee State
finalist, and district academic


teams.
The FUTURES Foundation, a
private, non-profit organization
established in 1985, encourages
business and community involve-
ment in public schools and pro-
vides programs that schools can-
not afford, Mr. Manning said.
Programs sponsored by
FUTURES include teacher and
student recognition events,
tuition reimbursement, teaching
grants and student leadership
training.
"FUTURES reflects an involved
community, which is needed in
order to achieve excellence in edu-
cation," he said..
School board chairman Judy
Conte told attendees that board
members > are grateful for
FUTURES support, especially in
light of state funding cutbacks.
"This has been a very difficult
time for public education and I
think it's going to be for a while,"
she said. "FUTURES ehabled us to
do for the students of this school
district so many things that we'd
not be able to do on the tax dol-
lar."
Superintendent of Schools
Dr. Margaret Smith joined
school board members Judy
Conte, Diane Smith, Al Williams
and Candace Lankford in honor-
ing teachers and students.
Dr. Smith told the teachers and
students gathered that she was
inspired by their accomplish-
ments.
"Our outstanding first-year
teachers being recognized this
afternoon
serve as a role model not only
for other educators, but also for
young people who may choose


education as a career," she said.
Local students recognized
included Sunshine State Scholar
recipient Chase Wilson, who was
unable to attend because he was
taking final exams at Spruce
Creek High School.
Mainland High School senior
Brianna Plante and Spruce Creek
High School students Pranav
Reddy, Megan Reynolds and
Philip Weinberg were among local
students who represented the dis-
trict in state academic competi-
tions that tested their knowledge
in a range of subjects.
The rigorous competition
required students to develop a
strategy to maximize each indi-
vidual's strengths, the students
said.
"The team works together to
come up with an answer as fast as
possible," said Megan Reynolds.
Ormond Beach Middle School
student Sameer Saboungi was
honored for reaching the Florida
State finals in the National Geo-
graphic Bee.
Hinson Middle School student
Abeer Eltemtamy, Holly Hill Mid-
dle School student Kimberly
Robison and New Smyrna Beach
Middle School students Dalton
Porter and Elizabeth Bender were
among area students who
received the PRISM scholar award
for improvements in math and
science.
Dalton said he was just trying to
improve his grades and wasn't
expecting the honor.
"It was a surprise," the seventh-
grader said. "Now I'm doing really
good in math."

Willard@hometownnewsol.com


Staff photo by Jeanne Willard
Mainland High School senior Brianna Plante, shown with her
mother Gena Plante, was recognized at a recent FUTURES lunch-
eon for being one of six students who represented the Volusia
County School District in a state academic competition. Brianna
plans to attend the University of Central Florida in the fall.

Hinson Middle School
. student Abeer Eltem-
tamy was recognized as
a PRISM scholar at the
FUTURES Foundation
recognition luncheon
last'week. The award
recognizes students for
outstanding work in
science and math.









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The FUTURES Foundation for Volusia County Schools honored
outstanding teachers and students at a recognition luncheon held
May 13. Those honored included:


FUTURES First Year Teachers
*Timothy Huth Jr., Mainland High School
*Michael Holder, Orange City Elementary
School
Sunshine State Scholars
*Chase Wilson, Spruce Creek High School
*Kevin McDermott, DeLand High School
National Geographic Bee Recipient
*Sameer Saboungi, Ormond Beach Middle
School


District Academic Team
*Rachel Corbin, DeLand High School
*Michael Hristakipoulos, DeLand High School
*Brianna Plante, Mainland High School
*Pranav Reddy, Spruce Creek High School
*Megan Reynolds, Spruce Creek High School
*Philip Weinberg, Spruce Creek High School
PRISM Scholars
*Kyle Joslyn, Deltona Middle School
-Ryan Joslyn, Deltona Middle School


*Abeer Eltemtamy, Hinson Middle School
*Dalton Porter, New Smyrna Beach Middle
School
*Elizabeth Bender, New Smyrna Beach
Middle School
*Christopher Finkle, Southwester Middle
School
*Kesley Schulz, Southwestern Middle School
*Kimberly Robison, Holly Hill Middle School
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Principal Earl Johnson opted for hygiene and wiped
Babe's snout before the smooch.


Guidance Counselor Kathy Sullinger may never eat bacon
again.


Photographs by Randy Barber/staff photographer
Assistant Principal Rebecca Pitchford put on pink lipstick
for the pig pucker-upper.


Kids make admins


kiss pig by reading


Students read
15,532 books,
so principals,
counselor
pucker up
BY BETHANY CHAMBERS
Staffwriter
ORMOND BEACH - Osce-
ola Elementary School guid-
ance counselor Kathy
Sullinger and assistant princi-
pal Rebecca Pitchford
applied lipstick to Principal
Earl Johnson in front of the
chanting crowd.
After carefully wiping his
partner's snout, Principal
Johnson leaned in for a wet
one.
It was all too much for Babe
the pig, who squealed and
writhed in her owner's arms.
The scene was something
out of a gross-out comedy,
much to the delight of the
children. But this swine
swooning was far from a joke;
it was a hard-earned prize for
the school's 439 students who
read 15,532 books this school
year.
"It's unbelievable," school
media specialist Nancy Keck
said. "We really do encourage
students to read. Reading
helps you do better in all sub-
jects because your compre-
hension goes up."
In order to convince kids to
put down the video games
and iPods and read, school
administrators and teachers
decided to set a goal: read
10,000 books by May and
Principal Johnson would kiss
a pig. By all counts, the school
record before had been about
8,000, Ms. Keck said.
The school used the Read-
ing Counts program to meas-
ure: When a student returned
a book to the library they took
a computerized comprehen-
sion quiz.


Each time a student
passed, the book counted
toward the school's goal and
toward individual prizes such
as personalized certificates,
having their name on the
morning announcements
and special T-shirts.
Students who read books
over the holiday breaks were
also invited to a miniature
rocket launching on the play-
ground.
Parents were even invited
to get in on the game. On
Tuesday nights the school
hosted "open library," where
families could read together.
As a Title I school, with
about 60 percent of the stu-
dent population receiving
free or reduced-price lunch-
es, the family bonding was
especially important, Ms.
Keck said.
"Parents can't always come
in, especially the ones who
work all day. They can't be a
part of the school otherwise,"
she said. "We had as many as
50 students in the media cen-
ter with their families on
Tuesday nights."
With all that reading, the
students' test scores skyrock-
eted. Those who read 45
books or more during the
year had test scores four
times higher than their peers.
The school's students had the
highest jump in FCAT scores
in the county.
All this followed the old
adage: Early in life you learn
to read, so later in life you can
read to learn.
That's so true, said Kenesha
Wilkerson, the Seabreeze
High School freshman and
Future Farmers of America
member who brought her pet
wild boar Babe to the school
for the smackeroo.
"This (program) is a really a
good start to taking the FCAT.
It took a while for me in ele-
mentary school to under-

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City councils in South
Daytona, Edgewater,
Port Orange, Ponce Inlet
and New Smyrna Beach
are marking Emergency
Services Week and said
they have had great suc-
cess responding to local
emergencies since they
established an inter-
local agreement in 2003.
With that agreement,
regardless of where the
emergency is, the closest
unit in any city will
respond to the crisis,
despite city boundaries,
and all agree that resi-
dents are better served.
The cities each have their
own fire-rescue and
emergency services staff,
but when an emergency
arises, the closest unit
from any of those five
cities will respond.

Fishstock promises
fun for the family
Who needs Woodstock
when you have Fishstock
in New Smyrna Beach?
This year is the sixth
annual fishing tourna-
ment and festival to be
held at Riverside Park.
Anglers from in and out
of state compete in two
saltwater fishing tourna-
ments, including the
Striker Offshore Tourna-
ment and the Redfish
and Trout Challenge.
While the fishermen are
on the water, Fishstock
promises fun for families
on land, including a boat
show, music, seminars
and, as always, good
food!. Fishstock runs
from May 22-25.


CLAIRE METZ
WESH-TV News
bureau chief

Accidental drowning
raises eyebrows
Florida Fish and
Wildlife officers continue
to investigate what they
now call an accidental
drowning off a boat in
Ponce Inlet. In a bizarre
twist, WESH 2 had run
into the boat captain ear-
lier on the day of the
accident.
Daytona Beach Marine
Patrol had stopped the
boat after it was reported
stolen, but no charges
were filed because offi-
cers said it was a domes-
tic dispute between the
captain, identified as
Edward Grosberg, and
the owner.
Investigators said the
captain met three other
men sometime later and
invited them aboard to
fish at the inlet. One of
those men, Bobby
Choate, somehow fell off
the boat and drowned.
Investigators believe the
group had been drinking
and have received con-
flicting reports about
how Mr. Choate got in the
water, but they are calling
his death accidental. Mr.


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June and July from 9 a.m. to 4
p.m., Monday through Friday,
at 15 Fremont Court, Daytona
Beach.
Participants will learn to sail
in a Sunfish on the Halifax
River.
For more information, call
(FUN) 238-SAIL or (386) 304-
8259.
Details and dates may be
found on the Web site at
www.halifaxsailing.org.

Summer Learning
Institute to be held
June 16 to Aug. 1
The Museum of Arts and
Sciences is in its 24th year of
providing specialized learning
experiences for students ages
4 to 14. The MOAS Summer
Learning Institute focuses on
art, science and history, with
many integrated learning
experiences for students. All
classes are taught by degree
professionals with many years
of teaching experience.
Many new classes as well as
some of the most popular
from the past will be available
in the Charles and Linda
Williams Children's Wing.
Some of the new classes
offered this summer will
include: "Spacebusters 2008"
(4 to 6 year olds), "Inventions
by You" (7 to 9 year olds) and


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"Grossology: The Study of
Yuck" (10 to 12 year olds).
Classic programs are back
such as "Digging for Dino-
saurs, "A"' is for Art," "Lego
Challenge," "Caf6 MOAS,"
"WHIZ Bang Chemistry" and
"I Movie."
For 7 to 12 year olds, MOAS
will again offer multi-media
computer classes. The stu-
dents will experience the lat-
est in computer imaging and
create multimedia projects.
Back by popular demand,
the "Claymation" class will be
offered to 10 to 14 year olds.
Students will storyboard, set
design, perform stop-motion
animation and learn editing
and production techniques to
produce a final film to take
home.
Also, the movie series
"DINO INC." continues with
part five this summer. Stu-
dents ages 8 to 14 will write,
act and produce a movie with
special effects. To see some
past trailers, visit the Web site
www.youtube.com and
search "Dino Inc. 4."
Classes fill quickly. To regis-
ter, call (386) 255-0285, or visit
the Web site at
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to 4:30 p.m., Monday through
Thursday, and from 7:30 a.m.
to 3 p.m., Friday.
Coaches and sponsors are
needed. If interested, call (386)


Summer girls"' 76-3280.
Summers iFor more information, call
basketball league to (386) 676-3250.
hold tryouts June 10 Free pre-kindergarten


Registration will take place
through June 10 for the Girls
Youth Basketball League for 7
to 14 year olds (as of Sept. 1,
2008) at the city of Ormond
Beach Leisure Services
Department registration
Office, 399 North U.S. 1.
The fee for Ormond Beach
residents is $27.50 (proof of
residency required) and
$35.75 for non-city residents.
A state-certified birth certifi-
cate is required, if not on file.
Tryouts will be held Tues-
day, June 10 for all age groups
(6:15 p.m. for 7 to 11 year olds
and 7:30 p.m. for 12 to 14 year
olds). Games will begin June
24 and continue through July
31.
Leisure services registration
office hours are from 7:30 a.m.


available
The School District of Volu-
sia County continues to
accept registrations for the
free summer voluntary pre-
kindergarten program, which
provides developmentally
appropriate instruction to
prepare a child for kinder-
garten. It is a 300-hour pro-
gram the summer immedi-
ately prior to entering
kindergarten.


Summer 2008 VPK will be
offered at Holly Hill and Pier-
son elementary schools. Fam-
ilies must register at the pub-
lic school where their child
will attend kindergarten.
The program will operate
four days per week, Monday
through Thursday, beginning
Monday, June 16, and ending
Thursday, Aug. 7. There will be
no summer school on Fri-
days. School hours are sched-
uled for 7:37 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.,
and transportation will not be
provided.
To be eligible, a child must
be 5 years old on or before
Sept. 1, 2008, and have a
valid certificate of eligibility:
from the. Early Learning
Coalition of Flagler and]
Volusia Counties.

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valued from $500 and up to $1,000. Major Sponsor:
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POLICE REPORTS mm1mmm


Editor's note: This is a list
of arrests, not convictions,
'nd all arrestees are pre-
sumed innocent unless or
until proven guilty in a
court of law.
Daytona Beach
Police Department
*Christen Michelle Willi-
ford, 24, of 815 Marion St.,
Daytona Beach, was arrested
May 9 on charges of defraud-
ing an innkeeper. Bail was
set at $1,500.
SNicole Davis Williams, 38,
of 1120 Barbara Drive, No. 4,
Daytona Beach, was arrested
May 9 on charges of unlawful
possession of a controlled
substance. Bail was set at
$2,000.
*' Larry Samuel Alascio, 36,
bf 1100 S. Ridgewood Ave.,
No. 52, Daytona Beach, was
arrested May 9 on charges of
two counts of possession of a
controlled substance. No
bail was set.
*David Thomas Babin, 35,
of 18 S. Peninsula Drive, No.
8, Daytona Beach, was
arrested May 9 on charges of
unlawful possession of a
controlled substance. Bail
was set at $15,500.
*Eugene Lamont Williams,
46, of 610 School St., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
May 10 on charges of grand
theft. Bail was set at $4,500.
*Alford Jerome Staten, 48,
of 1147 Lakewood Park
Drive, Daytona Beach, was
arrested May 10 on charges
of felony battery and crimi-
nal mischief. Bail was set at
$3,000.
*Travis W Johnson, 26, of
837 Maley St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested May 10
on charges of possession of
cocaine with intent to dis-
tribute and tampering with
evidence. Bail was set at
$4,500.
*Jaime Salvador Enriquez,
51, of 420 GoodallAve., No. 2,
Daytona Beach, was arrested
May 10 on charges of aggra-
vated assault. Bail was set at
$2,500.
i *Willie James Jennings, 44,


of 439 South St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested May 10
on charges of burglary of an
unoccupied dwelling and
possession of cocaine. Bail
was set at $4,500.
*Aldean Curtis Stokes, 39,
of 536 Washington St., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
May 10 on charges of dealing
in stolen property. Bail was
set at $5,000.
*Tabbatha Barbara Conti,
20, of 329 Wilder Blvd., Apt.
C503, Daytona Beach, was
arrested May 11 on charges
of possession of cocaine. Bail
was set at $2,000.
*Marchelis Alonza Moore,
24, of 523 Jean St., Apt. 4,
Daytona Beach, was arrested
May 11 on charges of resist-
ing an officer with violence.
Bail was set at $1,500.
*Aleia Elaina Smith, 35, of
316 North St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested May 11
on charges of robbery by
sudden snatching. Bail was
set at $3,000.
*Megan L. Sheldon, 18, of
1140 S. Ridgewood Ave., Apt.
205, Daytona Beach, was
arrested May 11 on charges
of possession of cocaine. Bail
was set at $2,000.
*CraigWilliam Miles, 25, of
511 Braddock Lane, Daytona
Beach, was arrested May 11
on charges of burglary con-
veyance. Bail was set at $500.
*Kenya Jerome Gray, 33, of
560 Ballough Road, Daytona
Beach, was arrested May 11
on charges of possession of a
firearm by a convicted felon
and unlawful possession of a
controlled substance. Bail
was set at $7,500.
*Shawn R. Johnson, 18, of
1050 Continental, Daytona
Beach, was arrested May 11
on charges of burglary of a
dwelling. Bail was set at
$2,500.
*Kenneth Lamar Dowdell,
18, of 1300 Sunset Blvd., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
May 11 on charges of princi-
pal to grand theft. Bail was
set at $1,000.
*Sean Trevelle Wilson, 35,
of 306 N. Carolina St., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested


May 11 on charges of two
counts of battery on a law
enforcement officer. Bail was
set at $10,500.
*Spencer Trevor Vreen, 25,
of 704 Ellen St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested May 11
on charges of possession of
cocaine. Bail was set at
$2,000.
*Emery Paxton Brown, 31,
of 520 1/2 Model St., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
May 11 on charges of lewd or
lascivious molestation. Bail
was set at $2,500.
*Reginald Freeman, 44, of
316 North St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested May 11
on charges of possession of
cocaine. Bail was' set at
$3,000.
*Aaron Christian Monroe,
26, of 188 Westwood Drive,
Daytona Beach, was arrested
May 12 on charges of posses-
sion of cocaine and tamper-
ing with evidence. Bail was
set at $4,500.
*James Morris Williams,
57, of 909 Oak St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested May 13
on charges of aggravated
assault. No bail was set.
*Laterrick Z. Browning, 35,
of 1225 Essex Road, Daytona
Beach, was arrested May 13
on charges of aggravated
battery. Bail was set at
$2,500.
*Zachary Deion Jenkins,
26, of 625 Holmes Ave., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
May 13 on charges of tam-
pering with evidence. Bail
was set at $3,000.
*Theresa A. Votta Jones, 50,
of 340 North St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested May 14
on charges of possession of
cocaine. Bail was set at
$2,750.
*Yakema Nicole Toby, 27,
of 311 Country Club Oval,
No. 208, Daytona Beach, was
arrested May 14 on charges
of aggravated battery. Bail
was set at $1,000.
*James Arthur Jenkins, 41,
of 515 Brentwood Drive,
Daytona Beach, was arrested
May 14 on charges of traf-
ficking cocaine. No bail was
set.


*Saram Santino Laws, 34,
of 441 Pine St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested May 14
on charges of battery on a
law enforcement officer. Bail
was set at $6,250.
*Matthew Raymond Lewis,
20, of 511 Ora St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested May 14
on charges of grand theft
auto. Bail was set at $6,000.
*Howard Kevin Leonard,
46, of 2037 Schulte Ave., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
May 15 on charges of obtain-
ing prescription drugs by
fraud. No bail was set.
*Torrance Pernell Hunter,
23, of 1312Willis Ave., No. 38,
Daytona Beach, was arrested
May 15 on charges of aggra-
vated domestic battery. No
bail was set.
*Dubois Monroe Heath,
26, of 1300 North St., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
May 15 on charges of resist-
ing arrest with violence and
trafficking cocaine. No bail
was set.
*John Sullivan, 48, of 119
Azalea Drive, Daytona
Beach, was arrested May 15
on charges of failure to regis-
ter as a sexual offender. Bail
was set at $2,500.
*Norman Allen McCoy, 43,
of 835 Pinewood St., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
May 15 on charges of posses-
sion of cocaine. Bail was set
at $1,500.
*Jacob Marshall Ponder,
27, of 817 Lewis St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested May 15
on charges of aggravated
domestic assault. No bail
was set.

Volusia County
Sheriff's Office
*Deresher L. Armstrong,
18, of 3875 Tiger Bay Road,
Daytona Beach, was arrested
May 9 on charges of battery
on a detention facility staff.
No bail was set.
*Carrie Ann Abar, 24, of
715 S. Beach St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested May 9
on charge of principle to
grand theft auto. Bail was set


Wanted person: Jose
Francisco Santiago
Birth date: Jan. 30, 1978
Reason wanted: Robbery
by sudden snatching
Last known location:
Daytona Beach

Crime Stoppers of
Northeast Florida is seek-
ing information on the
whereabouts of 30-year-
old Jose Francisco Santia-
go, who is wanted on an
open warrant charging
him with robbery by sud-
den snatching.
The warrant, which calls
for Mr. Santiago to be held
on $10,000 bond, stems
from an incident on May
11 in which he was
accused of coming up
behind a woman walking
along North Atlantic
Avenue and forcefully rip-
ping the purse from the
victim's arm.
Mr. Santiago was last
known to be living on Des-
oto Street in Daytona
Beach. He's 6 feet, 1 inch

at $3,000.
*Leshaun Benjamin Asia,
20, of 309 Elcie Ave., Holly
Hill, was arrested May 9 on
charges of felony battery. No
bail was set.
*CraigWilliam Miles, 25, of
511 Braddock Lane, Daytona
Beach, was arrested May 9
on charges of grand theft
auto. Bail was set at $6,000.
*Kyle Zachary Gullo, 20, of
316 Manhattan Ave., Holly
Hill, was arrested May 10 on
charges of grand theft. Bail
was set at $1,500.
*Robert Lee Long Jr., 32, of


Jose Francisco Santiago

and about 200 pounds,
with black hair and hazel
eyes.
Ifyou see Mr Santiago or
know where he is, don't
attempt to apprehend him.
Anyone with information
on his whereabouts is
asked to call Crime Stop-
pers toll-free at (888) 277-
TIPS. Callers to Crime
Stoppers will remain
anonymous and can qual-
ify for a reward of up to
$1,000.

892 Derbyshire Road, Holly
Hill, was arrested May 10 on
charges of the sale of
cocaine. Bail was set at
$25,000.
*Zachary Seth Baughn, 19,
of 3714 Cardinal Blvd., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
May 10 on charges of pos-
session of cocaine. Bail was
set at $1,500.
*Zachery Harold Morri-
son, 22, of 3745 General
Eisenhower Road, Daytona
Beach, was arrested May 10


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Call the Hometown Rants & Raves line at

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


In response to "Lottery funding for education
'a scam,' school rep says"

I've followed the Florida Lottery since it's inception in
the mid-1980s and have to agree in part with the con-
cept of it being a "scam." I've heard from most players
that they know the proceeds are not in addition to the
state funding but rather a replacement.
I have two questions regarding this: 1) Prior to the lot-
tery inception, what percentage or amount was allocat-
ed for public education? 2) Where has this money been
allocated since the lottery? There has to be a paper trail
and names associated with it.
If the legislature deems it their bailiwick to re-allocate
funds after selling us on the benefits and merits of a lot-
tery, then each county (or groups of counties) need to
operate their own "local lottery" to supplant the divert-
ed funding originally intended for the schools. Each
county collects its lottery funds, and in the event of
excess, they pay a percentage to the state that is then
added to the state's lottery proceeds.
Why not run local lotteries the same as the state and
relieve some of the financial reliance we have placed on
a legislature that apparently engages in deception?

Reader enjoys the fishing report

I have been reading Hometown News each Friday since
it's been delivered.
I fish a lot in the Ormond area and enjoy Dan Smith's
fishing column. It used to be hit or miss if his column
would be included. Now it seems it is never included,
but if I get the paper in Port Orange, it's printed.
I don't know what the problem is here, but that miss-
ing column would be why I wouldn't subscribe to Home-
town News.

Editor's note: We know how much our readers love Dan
Smith's column and will do our best to make room for it
each week.

Bikes should have lights

Isn't it about time the local towns compel bicyclers to
have lights front and rear?
At one time, I had a bicycle; and it had lights.
Today, bicyclers do not stop at cross streets. The traffic
has to stop at because we do not know just what the
bicycle is going to do and when. The motorist pays to
use the roadway, and the biker has free use of the road-
way.
The life the bikers could save could very well be his
own.
Years ago, I know Holly Hill passed a law that all bikers
should have lights front and back. The was the order of
the code enforcer, who is not city manager.

Raves for Art in the Park

Art in the Park at The Casements was an excellent
afternoon.
There were many displays, and my wife and I made
many purchases.
We also had an opportunity to sit and listen to an
excellent 11-piece steel band.
It was a very nice afternoon. We really enjoyed it.

Help the environment and make money

While I can appreciate that people need extra money
these days, I don't appreciate the person who wakes up
our street rummaging through the curbside recycling
bins for cans.
I do have some suggestions.
Trade in that.big, noisy, gas-guzzling truck for a more
sensible vehicle, and whatever vehicle you have, don't
leave it running while you are not in it.
Walk along the streets and the beach and pick up cans
as many of us do. You'll be helping the environment




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Letters


Resident says middle
school programs are
'band-tastic'
The students and staff at
Silver Sands Middle School
deserve high praises for
their commitment and
enthusiasm. Despite the
loud moans and groans fac-
ing school budget cuts, Dr.
Potter and his staff contin-
ue marching forward by
putting on a great show.
I attended a middle


school basketball game
recently. The supervised
entertainment exceeded
any and all expectations. It
was beyond fantastic, more
like band-tastic!
To start things off, a tal-
ented student sang the
national anthem, followed
by two competitive boys'
and girls' basketball games.
Then during half time, an
energetic dance team per-
formed their little hearts
out. But the gym really
started to shake when the


instead of harming it and making a little money at the
same time.
I call that a win-win.

Resident upset by another lie

I am outraged that we were told that the tax rebate
checks will be sent out in May when most of us will not
receive ours until July.
Another lie, Mr. Bush.
Of course the rich who can afford to have bank
accounts and direct deposit will get theirs first.
Surprise, surprise.

In response to 'Republican woes'

I would like to remind the writer that the Democratic
party has been in charge of Congress and the Senate for
the.last three years.
Is everyone happy with the food prices, gas prices and
the dollar value.
Got to tell it like it is.

Slogans only in the front

How about all these different slogan tags on Florida's
cars? They must have more than 100 or so slogans.
Why not put them on the front of cars and only allow
Florida-authorized tags on rear of cars. And yet people
can ride around and see what they like on the front of
their car.


20-plus member student
band began making music.
It was awesome, upbeat
and something for the
entire crowd to enjoy and
take hold of.
Perhaps Dr. Margaret
Smith and Judy Conte can
keep the rhythm and music
going by organizing a coun-
tywide free throw contest
or challenge during the first
few varsity basketball
games next season. Fans
would love to pay an extra
dollar or two to see school


board members, principals,
athletic directors and civic
or chamber leaders paired
up against each other to
shoot 10 free throws. Within
six weeks, we could raise
the necessary funds to keep
middle school programs
alive and healthy.
This approach has merit
and can work. We just need
to be on the same sheet of
music.

Jon Marc Creighton
Port Orange


Using food to make gasoline is wasteful

I think it's too bad that this is only going to be in a
small (part of the paper) because it should be in the
headlines. People should get up in arms about the pota-
toes being used for gasoline to make gas.
There's starvation in the world and (we're) using up:
our food supplies for that stupid purpose.
America better wake up and not only about that but
other things. They need to hear what God is speaking to
them and come into the kingdom.

Hillary Clinton not my choice for president

A 9.4 percent election victory declared by the New York
Times as a "low road to victory" was declared by Hillary
to be an overwhelming victory.
This woman is delusional, and certainly not fit to be
president or the person with a finger poised over a
nuclear button at 3 a.m. Anyone who helps put her there
is equally delusional.

How accurate are the polls?

Candidate McCain's big problem in this (presidential)
election process, is that when he is asked how, he feels
about an issue, he actually responds with his true feel-
ings, regardless of what the local polls say is uppermost
on peoples minds.
Just how accurate are these polls anyway? No one has
ever asked my opinion.


Citizen says no to Fourth of July fireworks i c
Amendment 1 is costing us more than it gives


With all these fires going on, are they going to allow
the fireworks on the Fourth of July?
If they do, that would be ludicrous. That would be stu-
pid if they allow idiots to throw fireworks in people's
places.
I think something should be done now before the
Fourth of July so the people don't panic.

Reader upset about changing
from analogue to digital signal in 2009

I'd like to say something about this worldwide ana-
logue TV (change) that's effective Feb. 17, 2009.
I think it's really inconvenient for people who don't
have cable or lost their cable because they can't afford to
pay for their homes.
This is the last thing we have to have on our minds,
another inconvenience the government (has) imposed
on us. It's just going to end up backfiring on them
because it's going to be a lot of TVs and hand-held TVs
(in the garbage). What are we going to do with those TVs
that we can't get a box for?
I mean, (this is) something we have no choice (about).
I'm ashamed of the U.S. for going along with this thing
and not having us have any say about it. I mean, it's
going to inconvenience a lot of older people and a lot of
people who can't afford cable. This is really dictating
now, and what's going to be next, radio? Then we're not
going to be able to hear about the hurricanes.
This stuff needs to be monitored and people need to
have a say in it.


I hope the many voters who supported Amendment 1
this last election realize what is happening now so that
you can get your $250 property tax reduction!
The Legislature is cutting many of the programs we
worked so hard to put in place to benefit the many
abused, abandoned, and neglected foster children and
give them a chance at a normal, productive life like you
want for your children.
They are taking $100 million from The Department of
Children and Families. They are cutting from nursing
homes (and) I hope you don't end up in one.
They are (also) cutting from the justice system. Good
luck if you're a victim and need justice. And they are cut-
ting from the school system. Your kids and grandkids will
thank you.
They could have cut the tax benefits they give to the
businesses and the wealthy, but they would (have)
fought back, complained and tried to get revenge.
Foster children, old folks, and victims of crimes don't
have a lot of money or loud voices.

Reader requests more raves

People don't send in enough raves: there are too many
rants. It would be a better stress reliever if people could
try to think of things to be thankful for and send in a rave
rather than try to think of things that annoy them and go
on and on in a rant.

Editor's note: We noticed that this comment doesn't fall
under the "raves" category either. In the future, feel free to
add your own rave.


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'Bone up' on bone health


for National Osteoporosis Month


'Break a hip
and die,'
doctor warns

BY BETHANY CHAMBERS
Staff writer

VOLUSIA COUNTY- In a
brightly lit operating room,
Dr. J. Richard Rhodes han-
dled the gaping knee of the
anesthetized patient with
the care of an artist sculpt-
ing a bust, while the Eagles'
greatest hits softly played in
the background.
Bespectacled and clad in
what can only be described
as a space suit, Dr. Rhodes
exposed the bone and, with
an L-shaped cut, removed
the affected portion, looking
like a bruised sponge.
For patients with osteo-
porosis and other debilitat-
ing bone problems, Dr.
Rhodes' operating room at
Halifax Medical Center is
the place to be.
May is National Osteo-
porosis Month, and a great
time for people to think
about ways to prevent -
and mitigate - osteoporo-
sis before ending up in the


OR, Dr. Rhodes said follow-
ing a recent surgery.
"You have to be so careful
when you operate," he said.
"I've seen patients, their
bones could snap in your
hands if you're not."
Osteoporosis, or "porous
bones," is a condition in
which bones lose their den-
sity and structure and can
easily bend and break. It
affects 28 million Americans
and contributes to 1.5 mil-
lion bone fractures a year,
according to the American
Academy of Orthopaedic
Surgeons.
It contributes to easily
broken wrists - often occur-
ring when a person tries to
break a fall - and curving,
hairline fractured spines.
The "hump" so many
older Americans have on
their stooped figures is, per-
haps, one of the most
noticeable signs of osteo-
porosis.
Unfortunately, there are
no such indicators of bone
density loss to warn those at
risk, said Halifax Health
rheumatologist Dr. Michael
Kohen.
"There are (no signs);
that's the problem. Until
you've fractured a bone, you


don't feel it," he said. "It's
like cholesterol - until you
have a heart attack, you
don't know."
An action as simple a
sneeze could break a bone.
For one in three elderly peo-
ple, a broken hip is fatal, Dr.
Kohen said.
"They break a hip, have
surgery, go to the nursing
home and die," he said. "It's
not just, 'Oh, well, I broke a
bone.' You die."
And it's not just the elder-
ly who are affected - anyone
can be at risk, Dr. Kohen
said.
By middle age, lower hor-
mone levels increase risk.
The same goes for young
women who don't menstru-
ate due to high-intensity
sports like gymnastics or
marathon running. Those
who are lactose intolerant
are also at higher risk.
Of course, genetics play a
big role, both Dr. Kohen and
Dr. Rhodes agree. Those
with petite figures tend to
have more problems, for
instance.
A recent study released
also indicated that men are
more likely to have osteo-
porosis than they may think,
Dr. Kohen said. One in five


men have the disease.
But how can you prevent
becoming one of the mil-
lions with osteoporosis?
For one thing, young peo-
ple need to get 1,000 mil-
ligrams of calcium a day and
older people need to get
about 1,500 milligrams. A
glass of milk has about 300
milligrams, Dr. Kohen said.
Calcium has other sources,
too.
"Eat enough green
things," Dr. Kohen said.
"Cows get the calcium in the
milk from the green things
they graze on."
Also, it's important to cut
out all that soda.
"A lot of phosphates cause
calcium loss," Dr. Kohen
said. "A lot of people are big
soda drinkers, but every-
thing in moderation."
The National Osteoporo-
sis Foundation recom-
mends minimizing sodium
and caffeine intake, alcohol
consumption and smoking
to reduce risks as well.
Through weight-bearing
exercise, you can increase
your bone strength, too. Just
be careful what that exer-
cise is if you've already had
joints replaced due to
osteoporosis or other con-


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Actress Joan Rivers is a spokesperson for the National
Osteoporosis Foundation. May is National Osteoporosis
Month, a time for people to learn about taking steps to
prevent the debilitating, silent disease.


editions, said Renny Herrero,
who represents the compa-
ny Biomet, maker of joint
replacements, including the
partial knee parts Dr.
Rhodes used in a surgery
last week.
"You have all these
patients with active
lifestyles who want to get
back in high-impact sports,
but why would you want to


do that? This is major sur-
gery," he said. "You can jog,
but don't run a marathon.
You can play doubles tennis
instead of singles, so you're
not running everywhere."
For more information,
visit the Web site at
www.nof.org.

bchambers@hometown-
newsolcom


Meeting
From page Al


deemed blighted and
receiving special tax fund-
ing for improvements, said
CRA coordinator Marsha
Radulovich.
Many of the noncon-
forming properties are in
the CRA, namely along
Ridgewood Avenue and
LPGA Boulevard, and don't
meet the vision for the city
established in the master
plan.
"How many businesses
have passed us by because
of vacant storefronts or the


prevalence of noncon-
forming uses? What do
those appearances repre-
sent?" she asked the com-
mission.
"Business people want to
be in an attractive location
with like-minded mer-
chants whose goods and
services meet or exceed
their own standards. Suc-
cessful businesses are
good for business."
Commissioner Mark
Reed voted against the
change. He said that Day-


tona Beach's strict policy to
eliminate undesirable
businesses has led to cost-
ly court challenges and
"this is not the way."
The only way the city can
get rid of nonconforming
properties now is if the
property is destroyed or
abandoned, an ambiguous
term, city attorney Scott
Simpson said.
Most likely that would
mean a business is not
used for six months and
the owner does not contin-


ue his or her business
license and does not
upkeep the property.
"What exactly does
(abandonment) mean? If
you go out of business but
pay'your water bill and cut
your grass, that's not aban-
doned," Mr. Harbuck said.
"It's a mess, but we'll work
with what we have."
Properties deemed
abandoned can appeal the
ruling. The criteria to
reestablish a business is
"very weak," Mr. Harbuck


said, and probably will be
the next revision to come
before the commission.
Abandonment was how
the city ousted Chicks
adult entertainment club
from its Ridgewood
Avenue location years ago,
Mr. Penny said.
"When it closed, every-
one was so happy," he said.
"It was gone, but if (the
owners) had come back
within 180 days, it could
still be there."
Part of the reason city


staff had asked for the
code change was to meet a
guideline in the city's com-
prehensive plan that
requires the city to make at
least 25 percent of the
properties conform by
2010. Staff will now draft a
revision to remove that
clause, Mr. Harbuck said.
"We're not going to
achieve that by 2010 or
2020," he said.

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Camps
From page A4
To set up an appointment
to obtain a Certificate of Eli-
gibility, call (386) 323-2400
or visit the Web site at
www.elcfv.org.
For more information, call
(386) 255-6475, Ext. 20000, or
visit the Web site at
www.volusia.kl2.fl.us/exter-
nal/VPKReg08.pdf.

Church to host
vacation Bible school

Castaway Bay Vacation
Bible School will be held
from June 8-12 at Church of
Christ, 850 Beville Road,
Daytona Beach.
Free Bible classes and
refreshments will be avail-
able for all ages.
For more information, call
(386) 252-2746.
Summer camp
programs at DBC

Daytona Beach College will


offer various educational
summer camp programs for
kids ages 8 and older.
Photography Camps: Chil-
dren will learn camera skills,
digital graphics, fine art tech-
niques, darkroom, photo
design and collage through
activities. Beginner- and
advanced-level classes will be
offered. Camps are for chil-
dren ages 8 to 15 and will be
held Monday through Thurs-
day, with the beginner session
starting Monday, June 9, and
continuing for two weeks. The
advanced session is a week-
long camp beginning Mon-
day, June 23. Classes for both
sessions are from 9 a.m. to
noon or from 1 to 4 p.m.
Tuition includes all materials
and costs $150 for the two-
week camp and $75 for the
one-week camp. Camps will
be held in the Southeast
Museum of Photography on
the DBC Daytona Beach cam-
pus, 1200 W. International
Speedway Blvd.
To enroll or for more infor-
mation, call (386) 506-4569 or
visit the Web site at
www.smponline.org.
Athletic andAquatic Camps


Beginning Monday, June 9,
the Boys'/Girls' Basketball
Camp will be led by the DBC
Falcons coaching staff and
players. Participants will learn
the skills of the game and get
practice time through individ-
ual and team competition.
Open to children ages 6 and
older, the cost for this week-
long camp is $130. Camp
starts at 9 a.m. daily and fin-
ishes at 4 p.m.
For more information, call
Coach Cochran at (386) 506-
4603.
The first of four SCUBA
camps starts at 9 a.m., Mon-
day, June 9 in the L. Gale
Lemerand Center's aquatic
facility. Camp is for youth ages
12 through 18 and costs $150.
Upon successful completion
of this camp, participates will
receive their lifetime SSI
SCUBA certification.
Instructors from Spruce
Creek SCUBA will teach this
weeklong camp consisting of
classroom work, pool time
and two checkout dives at
area springs. Participants
must attend all classes and
complete skill requirements
to obtain certification. Text-


books, camp T-shirt, rental
equipment and tanks will be
provided. Students must pro-
vide their own mask, fins,
snorkel and weight belt.
A mandatory parent meet-
ing must be attended prior to
camp: For the June 9 camp,
the meeting will be at 6:30
p.m., Tuesday, May 27. Start
dates for the following three
SCUBA camps are: Monday,
June 23 (mandatory parent
meeting at 6:30 p.m., Tuesday,
May 27), Monday, July 14
(mandatory parent meeting at
6:30 p.m., July 1), and Monday,
July 21 (mandatory parent
meeting at 6:30 p.m., July 1).
For more information, call
(386) 506-4386.
Receive an American Red
Cross CommunityWater Safe-
ty and CPR certificate on suc-
cessful completion of the Jr.
Lifeguarding Camp, to be held
July 7-11. Participants (ages 11
to 14) will learn water safety
and rescue skills, basic first aid
and CPR for infants, children
and adults. Aspects of pool
and ocean lifeguarding also
will be covered.
The camp will include trips
to Daytona Lagoon and to the
beach to learn more about
ocean lifesaving and how the
beach patrol operates.
Participants should bring a
bathing suit, towel and dry
change of clothes. The cost for
this weeklong camp is $130.
For more information, call
(386) 506-4386.
For ages 9 through 14, the
summer camp program con-
cludes with a weeklong
Aquatics Camp starting at' 9
a.m., Monday, Aug. 4. Partici-
pates will learn skills such as
lifeguarding, water safety, first
aid and physical fitness and
play water polo, competitive
swimming and snorkeling.
The Aquatics Camp ends with
a field trip to Daytona Lagoon
on Friday, Aug. 8. Camp par-
ticipates must be able to swim
25 yards and should bring a
bathing suit, towel and dry
change of clothes. The cost is
$130. For more information,
call (386) 506-4386.
Trips to Daytona Lagoon,


STAYING COOL


Staff Photo by Bethany Chambers
Demarko Carter, 9, a Daytona Beach resident and
member of the Bonner Elementary School drumline,
cools off under the umbrella fountain at the Cypress
Street Pool last weekend. The pool opened May 15 after
being closed for nearly a decade.


beach and dive sites require
parent transportation to and
from these off-campus loca-
tions. Camp participants
must be pre-registered.
Lunchtime will be supervised,
and students will remain with
their camps. Parents may vol-
unteer or visit anytime.
Performing arts academies:
For those interested in dance,
the 10th annual Horton Tech-
nique Summer Intensive is a
week of instruction in a con-
temporary dance technique
developed by Lester Horton.
Additional classes will be
offered in ballet, jazz, Pilates,
yoga and African styles. This
five-day course beings on
Monday, June 9. The cost is
$375, with a $100 discount for
Volusia County students. A
10th anniversary celebration


of the intensive will be held
Saturday, June 14, featuring
workshops, classes and per-
formances. For more informed
tion, call (386) 506-3183 of
send an e-mail to
veigak@dbc.edu.
A week of theatrical work-
shops of working on the stage
and behind the scenes will be
held during the DramaAcade-
my from 9 am. to 3:30 p.m.;
Monday, June 9 through Fri-
day, June 13. Seminars will
include scene painting,
improvisation, audition tech-
niques, stage combat and
stage make-up. The cost is
$300 and includes a make-up,
kit ($50 discount for Volusia;
County students). For more,
information, call (386. 506-;
3524 or send an e-mail td.
arcurir@dbc.edu.


Book


From page A3
stand the comprehension
- .'- questions. I was one of those
kids who would read no more
than I had to,", she said. "But
reading well really helps when
you go to high school."
That's something the
school's biggest readers
already know. In fact, many of
these reading Rambos already
have plans, post-college.
Sammy Harrison, a 9-year-
old third-grader who came in
third' place with 181 books,
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The future veterinarian's
favorite books came from the
Harry Potter series, she said.
She only has four more to go.
Meanwhile John O'Neill, 8,
a Spiderman fan and aspiring
sleuth, said reading 179
books this year has helped
him in his piano lessons.
"I read because it makes
me feel better," he said. "I can
clear my mind ... .and it
makes me focus on stuff."
The champion reader,
Anna Ariani, 8, read 273
books because she "had the
time," she said. Reading this
year taught her a lot; she
never knew a whale was a
mammal before, for instance.
In second place was Anna's
7-year-old brother, Justin,
with 198 books. Together they
read "Silly Sally" and the
"Goosebumps" series, Anna
said.
"I tell him if he wants to
know what a word is, I'll tell
him," the future
doctor/singer/teacher said.
It's no surprise Anna and
Justin love to read: their dad,
John, is a reading teacher at
Ormond Beach Middle
School.
"When they were very
young we put books in their



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hands instead of vid
games," said their mo
Nancy Ariani.
Anna's classmate Grac
Gottlin, who read 179 book
said she, too, read to lea
though she liked the "A to
Mysteries" series best. M0
Keck said the books, by Roi
Roy, were some of thd
school's most popular reads,'
along with the Magic Treel
House and Junie B. Jones'
series.
Grabbing her stuffed pig'
prize, Grace, who has fivei
pets at home, said she'd kiss a'
pig if it was "clean... and they
hosed it down.".
At the pig kissing, kids
sported pig ears and snouts
and Ms. Keck led the group in
some favorite sing-a-longs,
with words changed to reflect
the pig-tastic day. The kids
got to meet Babe, and baby
potbellies Jenny and Josie,j
too.
It'll be hard to top next
year, though that won't keep,
the school from trying, Prin-
cipal Johnson said.
"We'll probably have to
bring in an elephant," he
said.

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Survey
From page Al


CityM&Reprt1Card


1. Level of trust you feel in your local r
government to protect the residents. "

2. Our local government's response D
regarding the audit of the CRA's. i

3. Rate the benefit to residents of the
administration of CRA's in Daytona Beach.

4. Save-Our-Neighborhoods hired an
attorney to protect the residents' interests
against developers and the city. D
How do you grade the city's handling of
resident concerns versus the business
interests of developers?

5. Level of satisfaction with the quality fI
of city services you receive. C "
6. Satisfaction with city manager's D
job performance? i +


ty, and that 98 percent
agreed that members of
citizen advisory boards
should be city residents.
Mr. Koenig said he likes
to survey the group peri-
odically in order to gear
monthly meetings to the
questions and concerns of
residents.
Usually that survey just
involves a listing of impor-
tant topics. In this case,
the list found that the most
important issue was
"police and safety" and the
least important was "polic-
ing of adult entertainment
venues."
Mr. Koenig said he


thought police and safety
may have become a bigger
issue recently because of
increased awareness of
crimes, thanks to police
Chief Mike Chitwood's fre-
quent attendance at group
meetings. Adult entertain-
ment was of little interest
because "if you don't want
to see what goes on, you
don't go."
Personal property taxes
and code enforcement
rounded out the top issues
of interest.
"Code enforcement is
always busy," Ms. Woods
said. "I've been called
about feral cats, pit bulls


eating cats, rats running
down the streets ... it takes
time to get it taken care
of."
Bellaire group co-
founder Paul Zimmerman
said the survey was a way
to put in writing what is
apparent to the residents
of this beachside commu-
nity.
"If you look around, (the
survey is) justified - dilapi-
dated sidewalks, roads in
disrepair,": he said. "The
citizens are just saying,
'Pay attention to us.'"

bchambers@hometown-
newsol.com


Community Notes


Poker run, music event
to benefit local girl
After being found face down
at Daytona Lagoon on April
26, Jacqueline Bailey, 9, was
airlifted from Halifax Hospital
to Wolfson Children's Hospital
in Jacksonville. After more
than a week in a coma, Jackie
is now awake, had a defibrilla-
tor implanted and is undergo-
ing physical therapy to walk.
The Jacqueline Bailey Bene-
fit Poker Run will be held from
3 to 9 p.m., Saturday, May 24,
at BFFAR, 144 U.S. 1, Holly
Hill, to raise money for living
expenses for the family and to


help them pay for medi-
cines/therapy after she is
released from the hospital.
Music, raffles, food and
drinks will be available.
The poker run will begin at
11 a.m., and stops will be
made at White Eagle, Iron
Boot, Hanky Pankys and Main
Street Station. Last in will be at
4 p.m. at BFFAR.
The family rents an apart-
ment in Daytona Beach, and
Jackie attended Holly Hill Ele-
mentary. Donations may be
made at any Wachovia Bank
under the Jacqueline Bailey
Assistance Account.
For more information or to
donate a raffle prize, call (386)


299-8601.

Nurse to address
Parkinsons Association

Terry McClain, a nurse prac-
titioner at the University of
South Florida's Parkinson's
Disease and Movement Dis-
order Center, will address
Parkinson Association of
Greater Daytona Beach mem-
bers on the latest in research
and advances in movement
disorders.
The event will be held from
2 to 3 p.m., Wednesday, May
28, at Bishop's Glen Retire-
ment Center (auditorium) at


900 LPGA Blvd. in Holly Hill.
The public may attend.
For more information, call
(386) 676-6375.
Applications sought for
affordable housing
advisory committee
Citizens interested in rec-
ommending initiatives to
facilitate affordable housing
in Volusia County may apply
to serve on a new affordable
housing advisory committee.
State housing initiative pro-
gram funds are used to help
first-time homebuyers with
down payment assistance,


new construction of afford-
able homes and rental hous-
ing and other strategies to
assist income-eligible families
secure safe, decent and
affordable housing in Volusia
County.
The board will help guide
different aspects of affordable
housing, such as permitting,
planning and zoning.
Eleven citizens will be
selected by theVolusia County
Council to serve. The board
must be composed of mem-
bers who are involved in
aspects of affordable housing
and represent each of the fol-
lowing areas:
Residential homebuilding


industry, banking or mortgage
industry, homebuilding labor
activities, advocacy for low-
income persons, profit and
nonprofit housing, real estIte
profession, local planning
agency, unincorporated Volu-
sia County residency, employ-
er representative and essen-
tial. services personnel, such
as teachers and firefighters.
Applications must. be
received by Sunday, June 1
and are available at
www.volusia.org/mtgdates.ht
m. The committee must be
formed by June 30, according
to state law.
For more information, call
(386) 943-7029, Ext. 2893.


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Randy Barber/staff photographer
Thirteen-month-old Ella Santore doesn't like the taste of a
flower she tried during the Flamingo Service Unit Girl
Scouts Annual Bridging Ceremony at The Casements in
Ormond Beach recently.


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From page Al


to the COMPSTAT computer
crime statistics program
Daytona Beach uses.
Commander Mark Barker
said these duties would fulfill
some goals of the CRA mas-
ter plan.
"I think we'll find a lot of
uses for this individual," he
said. "(This is) somebody
who can go out and deter-
mine what the problems are
and let us develop some
innovative ways to address
them."
Because of the additional
certifications the officer must
have, he or she will be paid
$39,000 a year.
Mr. Harbuck said that's
within the city's, range; the
lowest starting salary for a
police officer is $31,300 and
the maximum salary is
$50,142.
That salary was just. too
high for Commissioner Liz
Towsley, the only dissenting
vote.
Commissioner Mark Reed
said he also had a problem
paying that much to some-


body working the day shift
and "not facing the dangers a
regular patrol (officer) faces."
"I'm not saying he's not a
real officer," he said. "I just
don't think dealing with a
group of citizens as an educa-
tional thing is quite the same
as making a drug bust or
domestic violence arrest."
However, he would sup-
port promoting a current
officer. SRT officer Walter
Melton has been approached
to apply for the position, Mr.
Harbuck said.
Officer Melton recently
received a crime prevention
practitioner's certification
through the State Attorney
General's Office, Cmdr. Bark-
er said. If promoted, another
officer would be hired to fill
his position.
A decision should be made
within the next 60 to 90 days,
Mr. Harbuck said.
The city will also be saving
money with the hybrid vehi-
cle, Mr. Harbuck said.
Although it will cost $23,000,
it should get 34 miles per gal-
lon, compared to the Ford


Crown Victoria's currently
used, which get about 16 mpg.
The new hybrid will also stand
out from the pack because of a
different paint scheme from


the 21 other vehicles in the
fleet. This will help citizens
identify the new officer's com-
munity relations role, Mr. Har-
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Ormond Beach.


Art Notes


Symphony Society
installs new officers,
board members
The Daytona Beach Sym-
phony Society annual dinner
meeting was held May 12 at
the Daytona Beach Interna-
tional Airport, and officers for
the 2008-2009 season were
approved. Carol Lively Platig
returns as president, with
Harvey Morse as vice presi-
dent and Yolanda Reilly as
secretary, also returning from
last year. Carolyn Brewer joins
the executive board as Trea-
surer. Sandra Gosch and
Nancy Lohman joined the
board as new members.
Special recognition awards
for exceptional service and
support to the Symphony
Society were given to Biagio
Emanuelo, Joe Heam of
Encore Catering, Debra Wal-
ter and Michaela Brunmeier
of Image Makers Advertising,
Lucy ackman, Sheri and Mike
Knaebel ofThe Inkwell Home,
Shirley and Mahyar Okhovat-


ian, Ron Shapiro and John
Tokar, Dallas Weekley and
Nancy Arganbright and Car-
ole and DonWeidemiller.
Sen. Evelyn Lynn was recog-
nized for her local and
statewide support as an advo-
cate for the arts. In June, she
will be acknowledged once
again by the Florida Arts
Council as Legislator of the
Year for her legislative activi-
ties in support of the arts in
Florida. As a legislator, she has
fought to protect funding for
cultural arts, humanities and
historical grants programs.
She also fights to ensure the
arts are maintained as a
requirement for students in
Florida schools.
The society reported its
financial standing: Ticket
sales topped $14,000 over the
previous year and grant
income was $304,338, allow-
ing the Symphony Society to
expand, its community out-
reach efforts and present
another lineup of orchestral
music, dance and opera to
the Daytona Beach area.


The 2008-2009 season
begins Nov. 1 with the War-
saw Philharmonic Orchestra.
It continues with the Jack-
sonville Symphony Orches-
tra, Czech Symphony Orches-
tra, Verdi's Aida, Munich
Symphony Orchestra, Pucci-
ni's La Boheme and the
National Philharmonic of
Russia.
The ninth annual Winter-
fest, a weekend of concerts
and events Jan. 23-25, will
include the DecoratingArts of
Dining and aWinterfest party.
Winterfest events are spon-
sored by the Daytona Beach
Symphony Society in part-
nership with Daytona Beach
College and the Southeast
Museum of Photography.
On March 13, the Boston
Pops will return to Daytona
Beach with an evening' of
music from the Academy and
Tony awards.
For more information about
season subscriptions, call
(386) 253-2901.
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Grosberg, the boat captain,
was arrested at the scene
after he refused to cooper-
ate with officers.

Daytona residents'
homes spared
It is with a true sense of
relief that WESH 2 reports
Volusia County fared well
in the recent brush with
brushfires. Eight hundred
acres burned in and
around the communities of
LPGA and Bayberry Lakes
in Daytona Beach, but no
homes were lost, no
injuries were reported and
no one was taken advan-
tage of when hundreds of
LPGA residents were forced
to evacuate their homes for
one or two nights.
Fire crews attribute their
success to the right num-
ber of people, with the


right number of resources
in the right place at the
right time. There is no
doubt that the experiences
during the wildfires of 1998
helped first responders
make a terrific response
this time around.
Many of the residents
told WESH 2 how grateful
they are that firefighters
protected their homes,
even as they watched
neighbors in Brevard
County lose their homes.
Many locals sent thoughts
and prayers down south!

Another fire erupts
because of
carelessness
Just as the LPGA fire was
deemed under control,
firefighters ran to a trouble


spot behind an apartment
complex and dangerously
close to a nursing home in
Daytona Beach. The blaze
blew up in a wooded area
where police say transients
often camp, so it appears
this fire was either acci-
dentally or deliberately set.
Officials moved
resources from the LPGA
site quickly, and the folks
at The Terrace nursing
home did not have to be
evacuated. Division of
Forestry spokesman Tim-
ber Weller said it's another
example of how careless-
ness, intentional or not,
can cause real problems in
these dry days.

Rip currents still a
problem
The rips were running


again recently. Dozens of
swimmers had to be res-
cued from rip currents after
big waves dug holes in the
ocean floor earlier in the
week, creating channels
that rip currents run right
through. The pull on swim-
mers can be so powerful
that they are swept out and
quickly become exhausted
trying to get back to shore.
Beach Patrol was up and
down the beach warning
swimmers and flying red
flags indicative of danger-
ous surf conditions. They
told WESH they were
helped in the effort to keep
swimmers safe by a full
complement of lifeguards
as we approach the Memo-
rial Day weekend and the
summer months.
Returning college stu-
dents who are qualified to
sit towers inVolusia County
are back on the job, which
really helps the Beach
Patrol attend to thousands
of people who swarm the
beaches during this time.
Rip currents can be an


issue all summer long, so
swim near a tower where
the guards have a vantage
point that allows them to
see where rip. currents are
running in the ocean.

New public pool opens
Just in time for summer,
city leaders in Daytona
Beach held a grand opening
for the new community
swimming facility called the
Cypress Aquatic Center.
Dozens of neighborhood
children made a splash in a
brand new swimming pool,
with a lap pool for competi-
tive swimming. However,
Leisure Services director
Percy Williamson said the
center is most importantly a
teaching facility for children
who can't swim.
The pool is located in a
predominately African-
American neighborhood,
but it's open to everyone.
Mr. Williamson said 60 per-
cent of African-Americans
don't swim and drown at
three times higher the rate
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The original pool at the
site closed in 1999, and new
construction was delayed
for years because of city
budget problems. City offi-
cials said they will have to
charge admission to ensure
upkeep and pay salaries,
but they promise low-
income children will not be
turned away. They are
working with businesses to,
sponsor a child for the sum-
mer so youngsters learn to
swim and perhaps save
their own lives in the water.

Three robbers
used a fake Uzi
Daytona Beach police'
arrested three men who
they say committed three'
armed robberies with what
looked like an Uzi subma-
chine gun. Turns out the
weapon was a pellet gun
made to look like an Uzi;;
but that means the suspects
are charged as if the Uzi was
real.
The suspects jumped
out of a car at several
places robbing three dif-
ferent victims. Police
finally caught up with the
suspects, identified as
Kevin Hill of Ormond
Beach, Jamal Jiro of Day-
tona Beach and Denzil'
Syjesii of Holly Hill. All
three are charged with
armed robbery and fleeing
police.

Cause of house fire
still unknown
Daytona Beach firefighters
fought a house fire on
Mcleod Avenue, but still
can't be certain about how
the fire started. A witness
told investigators his uncle
was seen leaving the home,
and the nephew said his
uncle told him he acciden-
tally started a fire in the bed-
room. The uncle left the.
premises and did not return,
but firefighters got on scene
quickly and contained the.
blaze. However, damage is
significant to the front and
side of the home, and they
estimate it will cost at least
$60,000 to make repairs.
Fortunately, no one in the
home was hurt.

New dog track set to
open
They have run the last
race at the Daytona Beach
Kennel Club on Interna-
tional Speedway Boulevard.
The last greyhound racing
was a week ago, and
tonight, a new $30-million
facility opens on
Williamson Boulevard, with
far grander amenities. The
new facility will have a dog
track, but more emphasis is
placed on a 50-table poker
room and a 100-screen
simulcast room. The old
dog track had a 60-year tra-
dition, but had faded from
its former glory. The new
facility promises more lav-
ish and modern acces-
sories, but still boasts the
"dog days."
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*Yard Sale: This event will
be held at 8 a.m., today and
Saturday, at New Hope Baptist
Church, 5824 Alstrum Drive,
Port Orange. Ceramics, tools,
clothing and jewelry will be
available. All proceeds will
benefit the church.
*Opening Reception:
"Works by Rob Pruitt" will
open at 5 p.m. at Pabst Visitor
Center & Gallery, Atlantic Cen-
ter for theArts, 1414 Art Center
Ave., New Smyrna Beach. This
exhibition will feature works
by contemporary artist Rob
Pruitt, who is master artist-in-
residence at Atlantic Center.
The exhibit will include a selec-
tion of Mr. Pruitt's digital prints
made from photographs taken
with his iPhone. Attendees will
meet all of the artists-in-resi-
dence, including master artist
poet Tony Hoagland, master
artist composer George Lewis
and 24 associate artists. The
exhibition runs through June 7
and is free to the public. For
more information, call (386)
427-6975 or visit the Web site
at www.atlanticcenterfort-
hearts.org.
*'Cahoots' performance:
The Little Theatre of New
Smyrna Beach will present this
comedy-thriller production at
8 p.m., May 23-24, and at 2
p.m., Sunday, 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 Friday,
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.NsbPlay-
ers.org.
*Homegrown Roots Jam-
boree: This event will be held
at The Bank & Blues Club on
Main Street in Daytona Beach.
Thomas Wynn & The Believers,
Mumpsy and Lauris Vidal will
perform. The cost is $5. Doors
will opera at 9 p.m.
*FishStock: This fishing tour-
nament and festival will be
held May 23-25 at Riverside
Park in New Smyrna Beach.
Cash and prizes will be offered
to anglers. Two saltwater fish-
ing tournaments will be held:
the 32nd annual New Smyr-
na/Daytona Beach Striker Off-
shore Tournament, presented
by Trophy Boats, and the sixth
annual New Smyrna Beach
Redfish and Trout Challenge,

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Memorial service to honor the fallen


BY JOYCE EBBETS
For Hometown News
The presence of residents and visi-
tors continues to enrich Memorial
Day observances in Ormond Beach.
The 18th annual Memorial Day
Remembrance will be held Monday,
May 26, at the City Hall Plaza, 22 S.
Beach St.
Weeks of planning by a special
committee of volunteers and sup-
port from the city of Ormond Beach
have continued to increase the num-
ber of guests. The areas from which
they come to honor the brave ser-
vicemen and women who paid and


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Week of 05-23-2008
Aries-March 21-April 19
Your deep well of energy and insight continue to
amaze everyone around you. Where does this
super consciousness come from? From your heart
and spirit, of course. You were born with this fine
inner glow. Move it to a higher level. Transform
your life and move into your true path of destiny.
You can do it. It's your true purpose.

Taurus-April 20-May 20
Your strong spirit always comes to the rescue
when life's challenges try to overwhelm you. You
have a guardian angel watching over you and giv-
ing you a second wind when you need it the most.
This great power is there to help you every time.
You were chosen to be strong and helpful to all of
us. Spirit wants to help you as well.


continue to pay the supreme price
has also expanded.
Special ceremonies will begin offi-
cially at 9 a.m., immediately follow-
ing 30 minutes of music by the Day-
tona Beach Concert Band as
attendees enter the plaza and are
seated. Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts
will distribute carnations to arriving
guests. Later, as the final tribute of
the morning, the recipients will be
invited to place their flower at the
foot of the memorial flame as their
personal tribute to the fallen.
Love, humility and gratitude will
echo throughout the program. Plans
include poignant words of a guest
speaker, the presentation of colors,


21-gun salute, 13 folds of the flag by
the military, taps sounded by a
bugler and "Amazing Grace" ren-
dered by a bag piper as a wreath is
lajd beneath the flame-bearing
monument.
The concert band and vocalist
Nancy Rodriguez will honor the
remembrance through song.
Spruce Creek Gaggle Flight will
return to once again fly the "Missing
Man Formation" in loving memory
of those of those who did not return.
This hour of honor will pass quick-
ly, but the tribute and memories it
creates will long endure.
For more information, call (386)
676-3241.


Gemini-May 21-June 21
Life has its ups and downs. You will continue to
move closer to your dreams when you listen to,
understand and use the natural rhythmic energy
to guide you on your life's path. When you feel
struggle, it is the universe telling you to slow down
and be patient. Follow your heart, not your head.
There is no time to waste.

Cancer-June 22-July 22
Don't fret over recent struggles. Jupiter in retro-
grade causes grief for self-motivated people like
you. Positive energy will soon be flowing again,
and you will find yourself moving on and achiev-
ing your goals. Put your faith in spirit more than
people. It will never let you down when you are
open to it and trusting.

Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
You have a way of handling stress like few other
signs. When others around you are losing it, you
are the one who stays calm and keeps moving
smoothly. For this, the universe wants to pay you
back and help you realize your heart's desires. You
just have to be open to it and feel worthy to
receive. You deserve the best.

Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept 22
Your physical and emotional health and well-


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being rest on your ability to find and maintain bal-
ance. You are a strong sign, but even the strongest
grow weary without rest and renewal. Thinking
happy thoughts is the best way to start. Then stay
focused on your top priorities. You don't have to
be all things to all people anymore. It's your life.

Libra-Sept 23-Oct. 22
The strongest Librans are the ones who think with
their heart rather than the head. The heart rules
the spiritually evolved. This best describes you. Liv-
ing in the light with love, peace, abundance and
joy makes you divinely happy. This much desired
and cherished inner wisdom continues to guide
and bless you in majestic ways.

Scorpio-Oct 23-Nov. 21
Say this out loud each morning: "The universe is
my source of life. I awake each day thankful to be
alive, and I rejoice in the endless possibilities. I will
make the most of it. When my work is over, I will
make time for pleasure, joy and sharing my ideals.
Now I can face today with much promise. Mine is
a great life."

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turing more than 15 brands,
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art, vendors and food. For more
information, visit the Web site
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Tourgoers should arrive at 9:45
a.m. to check in. Tours last
about one hour. For more
information, call (386) 677-
7005 or visit the Web site at
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*Rick Steffen Concert: This
band will perform from 7-10
p.m. at Downwind Cafe at
Spruce Creek Fly-In, 100 Cess-
na Blvd. For more information,
visit the Web site at www.Rick-
Steffen.com.
*Great Decisions: The last
meeting will be at 7 p.m. at
Habitat for Humanity in New
Smyrna Beach. The topic is
"Private Philanthropy and How
it is Used Worldwide." The pub-
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386-868-0973
1110 Beville Rd, Daytona Beach
Across the street from Wal-Mart L


this event from 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
in the church parking lot, 580
George W. Engram Blvd., Day-
tona Beach. Baked goods, T-
shirts, barbeque chicken and
ribs, hotdogs, hamburgers,
chicken wings, fries and a car
wash will be available. The
public may attend. For more
information, call (386) 255-
1195.
*Arts & Crafts Show: Ocean-
front Park on A1A in Daytona
Beach will be filled with arts
and crafts from 10 a.m.-5 p.m.,
today and Sunday. Featured
will be deejay and singer Bar-'
tee spinning tunes from 11
a.m.-3 p.m., food and beverage
vendors and a children's art
area. Parking will be located in
the Oceanwalk parking garage
and at the new Breaker's
Oceanfront Park. For more
information, call (386) 671-
8251.
*Art Walk: Art on display in
galleries, under canopies, on
porches and in courtyards will
be on Flagler Avenue in New
Smyrna Beach. Also, a Taste of
Flagler, cooking
lessons/demonstrations, will
be held from 10 a.m.-7 p.m. at
several places on the avenue.
Art Walk visitors will learn how
to prepare food and will get to
sample the finished product.
Music will be played from 11
a.m.-2 p.m., featuring The Pep-
per Pot Steel Drum Band at
202 Flagler Ave. From noon to
4 p.m., Rhonda Patrick and
Friends with guest Gary Triolo
will perform at Gone Bonkers,
314 Flagler. In addition, DJ
Dennis will be set up at the
gazebo at Flagler and Pine, and
he will make announcements
of the day's scheduled events.
At 3:30 p.m., there will be a
glassblowing demonstration of
wineglasses at Galleria di Vetro,
310 Flagler Ave., and a
"Beneath the Surface" exhibi-
tion. Several galleries will fea-
ture refreshments from 3-5
p.m. For more information, call
(386) 428-1770 or (386) 428-
8519 or visit the Web site at
www.flaglergallerygroup.com.
*Jacqueline Bailey Benefit
Poker Run: This event will be


held from 3-9 p.m. at BFFAR,
144 U.S. 1, Holly Hill, to raise
money for living expenses for
the family and to help them
pay for medicines/therapy after
she is released from the hospi-
tal. Music, raffles, food and
drinks will be available. The
poker run will begin at 11 a.m.,
and stops will be made at
White Eagle, Iron Boot, Hanky
Pankys and Main Street Sta-
tion. Last in will be at 4 p.m. at
BFFAR. Donations may be
made at any Wachovia Bank
under the Jacqueline Bailey
Assistance Account. For more
information or to donate a raf-
fle prize, call (386) 299-8601.
*Youth Empowerment
Event: Allen Chapel AMC
Church of New Smyrna Beach
will host this event for children
and their families from 9 a.m.-
2 p.m. at Babe James Commu-
nity Center, 201 N. Myrtle Ave.,
New Smyrna Beach. The health
department, counselors, den-
tists, HIV counseling and drug
abuse information will be avail-
able. Also, faith-based pro-
grams in the area will provide
information on challenges
faced by youth. Games, free
food and door prizes will be
available. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 405-8539.
*The Coasters Concert: The
Friends of the Bandshell and
the city of Daytona Beach will
present this free concert at
7:30 p.m. at the Bandshell. The
Coasters are regarded as the
pre-eminent vocal group of the
original rock 'n' roll era. Fire-
works will go off at 9:30 p.m.
Chair rental will be available.
No coolers allowed. For more
information, visit the Web site
at www.thecoasters.com.
*White Cane Days: The
Ormond By The Sea Lions Club
will hold its annual days from 7
a.m.-9 p.m., May 24-26, at
Alfie's Restaurant, 1666 Ocean
Shore Blvd. To make a dona-
tion, mail checks to Ormond By
The Sea Lions Club, c/o Mary
Yochum, second vice presi-
dent, P.O. Box 2884, Ormond
Beach, FL 32175. Used eye
glasses or books also may be


donated at Alfie's. All funds
raised will be used for the visu-
ally impaired in the area. For
more information, call (386)
441-4421.

SUNDAY, MAY 25

*Memorial Day Ceremony:
AMVETS Post 911 in Port
Orange will host this event at 1
p.m. at the post, 5624 S. Ridge-
wood Ave. Several speakers
and AMVITS Post 911 mem-
bers will offer words of inspira-
tion. Following a welcome by
Comdr. Evans, the invocation
will be offered by Roger Lee
Tiggany, commander/chaplain
of Veterans Council of Volusia
County. The Color Guard will
post colors, and Sons of
AMVETS Comdr. Ted Bell will
lead the pledge of allegiance.
Auxiliary president Anna War-
ren will introduce the newly
formed Junior AMVETS. A flag
folding demonstration, wreath
laying ceremony, 21-gun
salute, missing man fly over by
the Spruce Creek Gaggle, Taps
performance and benediction
also will be featured. The pub-
lic may attend. For more infor-
mation, call (386) 788-1014.
*Trolley Tours: The Ormond
Beach Historical Trust will host
this two-hour at 1:15 p.m. Par-
ticipants will be introduced to
more than 30 historical build-
ings and sites in Ormond
Beach. The climate-controlled
trolley makes stops at the
Fairchild Oak and the Three
Chimneys Sugar Mill Ruins
(ruins not otherwise open to
the public). The cost is $18 for
adults, $15 for seniors and $5
for children ages 5-12. Tours
begin at the Casements park-
ing lot, 25 Riverside Drive,
Ormond Beach. Seating is lim-
ited. Reservations are required;
call (386) 677-7005.

THURSDAY, MAY 29

*Steak and Steak Dinner:
The 11th annual event will be
held at the Hilton Daytona
Beach Oceanfront Resort in
Daytona Beach. A reception
will begin at 6 p.m., followed
by dinner at 7 p.m. Proceeds
from this event will support the
operational expenses of the
Boys & Girls Club of
Volusia/Flagler County. Individ-
ual tickets cost $125 each. Tick-
ets may be purchased through
the administrative office locat-
ed in DeLand or by calling
(386) 734-0555.
*Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Championship Tournament:
This event will be held from 4-
5 p.m. at the Port Orange
Regional Library Teen Zone,
1005 City Center Circle. Regis-
tration is required; call (386)
322-5152, Ext 4.

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human life. You were born
with a great spirit. You have
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will. You refuse to let people
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continue on stronger than
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too high for you to climb.
Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19
The moon in Capricorn gives
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Capricornians have such a
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Your quest for wisdom is tire-
less. Take part of your quest
on an inner journey. Plumb
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bring up the true visions. Let
thdm guide you on your path
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improved health and brighter
moods. It doesn't get much
better than this.
SPisces-Feb. 19-March 20
Your life is very special. Stay
focused on your most impor-
tant dreams. You will see
them manifest and bring
life's best to you. Be patient.
Your life is in divine
order. Courage and fearless-
ness are two of your
strongest virtues. Your "heart
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B4 Daytona Beach/Holly Hill Hometown News Friday, May 23, 2008


YOUTH ACTIVITIES & SPORTS


Two Father Lopez


athletes look forward to


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Coach Eddie Miller proudly watches as Billy Serle of Father. Lopez Catholic High School
basketball team signs documentation to attend Rochester University in New York.

Brennan Taylor of Father
Lopez Catholic High
School Basketball team
signs documentation for
a full scholarship to Barry
University in Miami as
his Coach Eddie Miller
look on.






Randy Barber
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playing

Taylor to head to
Miami, Serle to
New York
FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

Father Lopez senior
basketball standout
Brennan Taylor recently
received a full basketball
scholarship from Barry
University in Miami and
teammate Billy Serle will
head to Rochester Univer-
sity in New York.
Taylor, a 6-foot-2-inch
senior point guard, looks
forward to playing in the
Division II Sunshine
Conference.
"I'm excited about going
to a great program at
Barry," Taylor said. "One
of the reasons I chose
Barry is because of the
opportunity to play right
away. I'm pumped about
that."
Taylor, who averaged
nearly 20 points and 6
assists per game last


college basketball
season for the Green engineering.
Wave, was runner-up for "Rochester has very
the prestigious Division attractive basketball and
2A Mr. Basketball Award. academic programs,"
He was also All-State and Serle said. "I'm looking
All-District. forward to growing as a
"Brennan is a terrific player and working to a
player, and a great kid. I great engineering degree."
enjoyed coaching him this Serle, who averaged 20
season," Coach Eddie points and 8 rebounds per
Miller said. "He is a gym game last season, was 2nd
rat and loves the game. I Team All-State and
know his passion will District Player of the Year.
translate into success at During his four-year
the college level." career at Father Lopez, he
Academically, Taylor is scored more than 1600
one of the top students at points.
Father Lopez. He hopes to "Billy has been a varsity
carry his academic standout for four sea-
success in the classroom sons," Coadh Miller said.
to college as well. "He's been the face of
"I want to major in pre- Lopez basketball - I can't
law and Barry has a great think of a classier kid to
program," Taylor said. represent our program."
Serle recently received Serle also excels in
academic scholarships to academics.
attend Division III power- "Billy is the total pack-
house Rochester Universi- age - he's a great kid, great
ty in New York. student, and a great
The 6-foot-5-inch senior player," Coach Miller said.
forward is eager to play in "I can't imagine him doing
the University Athletic anything but great things
Association. He will study in the future."


Sports Briefs


Special edition
motorcycles to go on
sale Wednesday
Bruce Rossmeyer, chief
executive officer of 15
Harley-Davidson locations,
has teamed up with
NASCAR to create the offi-
cially licensed "NASCAR


60th Anniversary Motorcy-
cle Series brought to you by
Destination Daytona."
To commemorate
NASCAR's 60th anniversary,
Bruce Rossmeyer, in con-
junction with NASCAR, is
creating 60 custom motor-
cycles, each individually
serialized No. 1 through No.
60. While racing industry
insiders have first dibs on


this motorcycle, a limited
number will be available
for public sale starting
Wednesday, May 28, with
motorcycle No. 60 present-
ed to NASCAR Sprint Cup
Series driver Kyle Petty.
Mr. Petty will auction off
motorcycle No. 60 for char-
ity in July during the Coke
Zero 400. The auction will
take place online through


the NASCAR Foundation's
Web site as well as on-site
kiosks that will be located
outside the Daytona
Speedway July 3-5.
NASCAR artist Sam Bass
will create a painting that
will be included in the pur-
chase price of each of the
Officially Licensed NASCAR
60th Anniversary Motorcy-
cle brought to you by Desti-


nation Daytona.
Each motorcycle will be
sold for $48,600 and will
include - in addition to the
commissioned painting - a
limited edition NASCAR
60th anniversary leather
jacket, an invitation for the
private VIP motorcycle
delivery event at the Coke
Pavilion at ' Destination
Daytona on July 3, two tick-


ets to the Coke Zero 400
NASCAR Sprint Cup race
on July 5, as well as special
access passes.
Each motorcycle in the
series will be created by
Thunder Mountain Custom
Cycles and distributed by
Bruce Rossmeyer's Daytona
Harley-Davidson.
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Fishermen's dilemma: Predicting


inshore tide with precision


ne of the things
most perplexing to
inshore fishermen
is the prediction of tides.
Seems simple enough,
right?
The tide in the ocean
moves at such a steady
rate it may be predicted
with accuracy years in
advance. The inshore
waters are a different
matter entirely.
The tidal rivers, creeks
and estuaries seem to
operate by a different set
of rules. All of us fisher-
men know that a tide runs
for approximately six
hours and 20 minutes in
one direction before
taking a few minutes
down time and reversing
itself. The further you get
from the inlet, the slower
the tide.
Near my house in
Ormond By The Sea, the
river tide is just about
opposite of that given for
the Atlantic tidal charts.
That is to say, if the NOAA
Government predictions
are for a high tide on the
beach at 9 a.m., the tide in
my portion of the river
should be low at the same


DAN SMITH
Inshore fishing
time. Well, sort of. Pre-
dicting the inshore tide is
a crapshoot.
Some time back I
bought one of those nifty
tide clocks that can be
ordered from salt-water
outfitter catalogs. To the
best of my ability, I set it
to the river tide. Within
days, I was adjusting it,
then re-adjusting it. It was
not my fault or the
machine's fault. It was the
unpredictable nature of
the inshore tide.
Many years ago while
doing some night shrimp
fishing at the old pump
house in Bulow Creek


State Park, I discovered
the tide was changing
about every two and a half
hours. How could that be?
Where did the water go if
it was against the flow
from the inlet? Strange
happenings, indeed!
Also, I have never
discovered exactly where
the tide breaks to head
either to Mantanzas Inlet
or to Ponce. I know it is
someplace north of High
Bridge, but where? Is it
the same place each day?
How many of us have
checked the tide chart in
the daily paper and done
the math: Add four hours
for this bridge, five hours
for that bridge, only to get
on the water and discover
that it is, in actuality,
nothing like that.
If someone in school
wants a good project, why
not try and devise a good
inshore tidal chart? That
should keep you busy for
a while.
One thing that would
help the overall situation
would be a new inlet near
High Bridge. I am well
aware that is not a new
concept, but it makes


sense. Not only would it
improve the water quality
and, in the process, the
fishing, but it would
create a great recreational
area out of that unused
state land north and
south of the bridge.
On Florida's over-built
east coast, there is but
one inlet in a rural setting.
Sebastian Inlet is a state
treasure for those reasons
and is a huge tourist draw.
We have the perfect place
to duplicate that success.
Miles of public land are
there and so is the need.
Wouldn't it be nice to have
a deep-water pass to the
ocean on the northern
boundary ofVolusia
County? Wouldn't it be
nice if the state spent
some money on some-
thing the people could
actually use?

Dan Smith has fished the
waters ofVolusia County for
40 years. When he's not
fishing, the retired contrac-
tor is heavily involved with
the Qrmond Beach Histori-
cal Trust. For questions or
comments send an e-mail to
apesl23@mybluelight.com.


DEDICATED COACH


Photo courtesy of Dan Sayger
Principal Robert Wallace (right) presents Robert Holt-
grewe, head tennis coach at Seabreeze High School, an
award May 15 at the annual end of the season tennis ban-
quet at Frappes restaurant in Ormond Beach. Coach Holt-
grewe has two state, nine regional, one semi-regional, 16
district and nine conference championships over a 24-
year period. He has taken a Seabreeze representative to
the state tournament 12 out of the last 24 years. This year,
he coached the Seabreeze team to become the Class 3A
Region III and District VI champions, which put Seabreeze
into the 'Elite Eight' in the state.


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2008

Summer Program

Ages 5-14 * Mon.-Fri. * 7:30am - 5:30pm
June 9th -August 15th
FREE Lunch & Snacks * Weekly Field Trips
Swimming Lessons * Computers * Sports
Arts & Crafts * Games * Movies Specialty
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CAMERA, ARGUS-
Collectible, $150. 3 other
cameras, all for $50
386-767-9400
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
CHAIR- RECLINER,
swivel rocker, beige, like
new $99 386-453-6032
CHANGING TABLE-
$50, Ratten table $30,
24" Tilttop table, $30, or
all for $55, 386-761-2489
CHEST, CEDAR- has
tray, good condition,
$199, 386478-8162 Vol
CLOTHES, Maternity- sz
small/medium, 13 pants/
shorts, 15 shirts, $50all,
386-506-9761 Vol
COLOR PRINTER-
Canon L550 $20. 2 pc
luggage carry-on & garm
bag $10 386-763-1827
Call Classified
386-322-5949


BEAGLE- 3 years old,
female, well trained, good
temperament, has
papers, great hunting
dog. $100 386-212-7437
BIRDS- Baby Love Birds,
assorted colors $30
each. Paralets $90 each,
only 2 left! 386-689-8766
GERMAN SHEPHERD-
AKC puppies Sired by
Erick Von Hausberg. First
choice pick of litter $750
386-248-0977 / 566-8677
PEKINGESE PUPPY- 13
weeks old, housebroken,
adorable blonde male,
great with everyone $500
386-871-4220

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COMPUTER DESK- $15,
White shelving unit $45
386-615-9092
COMPUTER DESK-
metal and gray Formica.
High quality with wheels,
$45, 386-788-1248
COMPUTER MONITOR-
16" flat screen, Compaq
model #FS7555 $30
386-760-9674
COUCH & LOVE Seat,
floral design, exc. condi-
tion. Like new $150. obo
386-847-4138
CRIB, SIMMONS- Light
wood, Standard, Light tan
color, with mattress, $60
firm, 386-689-8766 Vol
CRIB- WHITE, Pooh
Bear, with mattress $125
386-235-4431 Pt Orange
DAYBED, TRUNDLE-
new, never used, $175,
386-428-4877 Vol
DESK, Roll Top- $75,
386-255-5826 in the AM
DOG HOUSE- with bed
$50 386-226-0145
Call Classified
386-322-5949


Walk-in Clinic
Monday - Friday
10:00 am - 6: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

-.V Cats
4-Way $12
5-Way $24
Leukemia/FIV $35
Worming $7-$15
Fecal Flotation $11.60
AVID Microchips $30
Best Prices!
Heartguard Plus
Frontier Plus * Interceptor
* Advantage * Feline
Revolution * Advantix 2
* Capstar * Confortis .

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


DRYER, Kenmore- 29",
white, excellent condition,
$200, 386-690-3527 Vol
DRYER- Maytag,
excellent condition, like
new. $200 386-441-4843
DVD PLAYER/
RECORDER- $60. Also
TV/VCR combo $35
386-788-5295
EARNHARDT, SR- 7
magazines, 1 funeral vid-
eo, 2 blk Sun. news sets,
$20ea, 386-760-5127
EASEL, ARTIST Studio-
Windser Newton, never
used $150, 386-756-3040
ENTERTAINMENT
CENTER- $35, Chest
drawers $25
505-515-1664
ENTERTAINMENT CEN-
TER- doors close, nice
cond $125, 386-295-8155
ENTERTAINMENT CEN-
TER- oak, 50x50, glass
doors & storage, VCR
incl, $125, 386-673-5075
ENTERTAINMENT CEN-
TER- Solid oak, from
Oakwood, light color,
$175obo, 386-763-4366


GOAT, PYGMY- Male,
11 month old, approxi-
mately 45 pounds, $50,
386-426-0662 Vol



Spay/Neuter
WIkn Appi. or Drop Of
Dogs "ll"
Male
$50.00 (Up to 29 Ibs.)
$60.00 (Up to 59 Ibs.)
$70.00 (Up to 80 Ibs.)
Female
$60.00 (Up to 29 Ibs.)
$70.00 (Up to 59 Ibs.)
$80.00 (Up to 80 Ibs.)
*over Ob . byspedd
amennto ode by appokknent
-Vf 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
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EXERCISE EQUIP-
MENT- Lifestyler 300,
Rowing Machine, $30,
386-761-6405 Vol
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
HELMETS, Shoei- med
burgundy, $20, Bell blk
helmet, Irg, w/face 7 chin
guard $20, 386-763-1771
HOCKEY TABLE- 7 foot,
elec scoring, excellent
cond. $200 386-852-8289
HOIST, CHAIN- 6 ton,
$125, 386-345-3601 Vol
HOSPITAL BED- electric
$200 386-424-1933
HOUSEHOLD Furniture-
kitchen, bedroom, living
room, good cond, $200,
386-258-1244 Vol
INTERIOR DOORS- 24"
& 28" $2-$5. good cond.
55" TV, needs pic tube
$50 386-383-1386
JACKET- Black beaded,
worn once $35 size 12
386-760-4955 Pt Orange
LADIES SHOES- 1
dozen pairs size 6-6.5
$10 pair. Full/queen bed
frame $15 386-441-5051
LAMPBASE, ANTIQUE-
Sevres, fitted for electric
light, $145, 386-852-5017
LAWN MOWER-
Craftsman, self propelled,
rear bagger, great cond.
$85 386-761-4671
LAWN MOWER- Toro
21" self prop, pers. pace,
rear bag mulch, side cut,
$135 firm 386-441-3202
LAWN MOWER- Toro
6.5hp, personal pace,
bagger/recycler 1.5 yr old
$180 386-253-6860
LAWN MOWERS-
Craftsman 6hp propelled,
22". $95, Snapper
propelled 21" $95 Great
conditions 386-788-2730
LIFTCHAIR- Golden
powerlift & recline, teal
color, excellent condition,
$199, 386-673-4371 Vol
LLARDO- $50, Cardio
Glide $120 386-439-6202
LUGGAGE SET- 4 piece
Pierre Cardin $35.
386-767-4139
MATERIALS- 100 yds,
cotton, silk, etc, 10 ce to
$1.00 yd. Free zippers
with purch. 386-760-5453
MATTRESS SET- Mat-
tress & Boxspring, Sealy
Posturepedic, $75,
386-756-0770 Vol




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ADMIN. ASSISTANT
needed to run sales of-
fice, phones, customer
serv., filing, programming
credit card terminals, &
more. Medical, pay in-
crease and other benefits
after 90 days. Must be
reliable, honest, and seri-
ous about your future.
Call John 386-673-1122



Pizza Cooks, Servers &
Cashiers with Experi-
ence Pagano's 1945 S.
Ridgewood Ave. S. Day-
tona. Apply from 2-4 pm


CATALINA HEALTH
CARE CENTER
Now Hiringl
RN Supervisor 11-7shift
Stop by 820 N. Clyde
Morris Blvd, Daytona ch
or call 386-274-4575
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or Selling we are
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MATTRESS- Full size, 2
years old, clean From
Fox Mattress. $20
386-788-5686
MICROWAVE $25. HP
printer $25 386-214-5682
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
PAPASAN CHAIR-
Bamboo with cushion,
like new $60 obo.
386-756-0587
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
PEDDLE CAR- Cheese it
racing, for 2-3 year old,
red/yellow plastic, good
cond, $18, 386-672-7248
PIANO, ELECTRIC- Anti-
que, working condition,
with player rolls, $175,
386-314-1746 Vol
POOL CUE- Beautiful
inlaid wood $20
386-671-0173
POWER WASHER-
Honda 5.5 like new 2450
psi exc. cond. $145 firm
386-795-4994/882-7352
PRINTERS DRAWER-
Antique, w/Hamilton Mfg
cast iron handle, $25,
386-426-1304 Vol
RECLINER- Green &
blue corduroy material.
frame has lifetime warr.
$100 386-290-8433
RECLINER- LAZY-BOY,
swivel rocker, sage color
$100 386-788-7168
REFRIGERATOR, Ken-
more, white, ice maker,
18cf,- like new, $80,
386-672-4671 Vol
REFRIGERATOR, Large
Capacity, works great,
older model, delivery
avail, $75, 386-576-6684
REFRIGERATOR- Magic
Chef, 17 cu ft, good cond
$100. Magic Chef Stove
$50, 386-767-6089 Vol
ROCKERS- BROWN
velvet, 2 for $50.
Complete commode $20
386-427-9474
SAW, SCROLL- Ryobi,
16", $75, 386-428-0186
SHUTTERS- (1) 15x43
$30, (1) 15x80 $60 (3)
15x35 $20 each
386-615-7676
SOFA BED- double,
cream color, very pretty,
excellent condition. $195
386-756-0183
SPEAKER SYSTEM-
Bose, Asking $200
386-322-9841
SPEAKER SYSTEM-
Multimedia, HK195, Har-
man/Kardon, w/ accesso-
ries $20, 386-663-7173
STORAGE DESK-
Childs roll-top desk $15,
Typewriter table $15
386-428-3123



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TABLE, Console- Marble
base glass top, excellent
cond $75, 386-322-7965
TABLE, Dining Room-
med. wood, w/4 chairs,
48x60, w/leaf, excellent
cond $175, 386-423-4504
TABLE- 16"H 57"L,
excellent condition. $30
Leave msg 386-788-8869
TABLE- Drop leaf w/2
vinyl cushion chairs for
small area $95
386-761-9229
TABLES, Brass & Glass-
tops- 2 end tables, 1 cof-
fee, square, $135 for set,
386-409-7669 Vol
TIRES, SUPER Swamp-
er- TSL, with rims,
34x10.5x17, $200,
386-316-3127 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, PROJECTION- Ze-
nith, 52", picture is blurry,
can be fixed, $75obo,
910-977-0327 Vol
TV, Sylvania- 19", $55,
Dhuri wool rug from India,
vanilla color w/pink floral,
$127, 407-671-7832 Vol
TYPEWRITER, Electric,
Royal $25 386-676-1363
VACUUM- $50
386-788-7402 Pt Orange
VAN SEATS- 2 front for
mid-80's Ford, un-used &
like - new $50 obo
386-756-2838 Lv msg
WALKER, Folding- Ad-
justable, w/wheels & pad-
ded armrests, lightweight,
$75, 386-761-2106 Vol
WASHER AND DRYER-
Kenmore Deluxe, in
Ormond by Sea area
$110 770-312-7949
WASHER, KENMORE-
$100, Kenmore Dryer,
$75, or $150 both, can
deliver, 386-290-2221
WASHER, KENMORE-
& Maytag Dryer, $40 for
1, or $50 pair, used,
386-290-4264 Vol
WATERBED SET- king
size, heavy wood, asking
$195 386-307-5133
WEDDING DRESS- no
train, white, beaded, floor
length, size 6, like new,
$50, 386-316-4492 Vol
WELDER- LINDE 230
amp 220 volt, new leads
$100 386-258-3562
WHEELS & Rims- for
'01-'02 PT Cruiser, (4),
15x6, no center caps,
$50ea, 386-760-6174 Vol
NEED TO HIRE??
CALL
CLASSIFIED
386-322-5949




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REAL ESTATE Apprais-
ers - Certified/Licensed
Only No trainees. Good
writing/strong analytical
skills. Send resume, 3
current samples to:
1-877-868-1677 & com-
plete an online applica-
tion/examination at work
with us. Visit: www.
williamfallgroup.com
$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
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TO SELL??
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section
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JC'S BUILDINGS, Ga-
rages, Barns, Carports.
Starting $595. Galvan-
ized Steel, 2 Styles, 13
Colors. Free Installation /
Quote; Any Size. Florida
Certified Warranty Avail-
able. Open Saturdays.
1-866-736-7308
jcsmetalbuildings.com
LUMBER LIQUIDA-
TORS Hardwood Floor-
Ing, from $.99/Sq. Ft.
Exotics, Oak, Bamboo,
Prefinished & Unfinish-
ed. Bellawood with 50
year Prefinish, Plus A
Lot Morel We Deliver
Anywhere, 5 Florida
locations, 800-356-6746
1-800-FLOORING,



BABY ITEMS- 3 in 1
swing $30, new travel
bassinette boy or girl $20,
car seat girl $30, new
diaper genie $10, 2 new
bouncers $20 each,
booster high chair $5, 2
play pens $5 each, LOTS
of baby clothes, boy & girl
outfits $20 all. toys, new
baby gate $15, 2 new
lamps $5. Take
everything for $150 Call
Samantha 386-307-2403



COMPUTER- DELL
Dimension C521 with flat
screen monitor & printer.
All less than 1 year old. In
great condition. Paid
750. Must sell. $550
firm. 386-523-8503
COMPUTER- Gateway
Desktop. Windows
XP-Pro, Pent II, 196 mb
memory, 20gb hard dry.
Complete system. Exc.
Cond. $299. Try before
you buy. 386-427-7586
GET A New computer
brand name laptops &
desktops bad or no cred-
it, no problem smallest
weekly payments avail its
yours now 800-932-3721


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Bill!* Get a 4-Room All
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installed for free & pro-
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Starts $29.991 Free HBO
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HD Channels! Free
DVR/HDI No start up
costs! Local Installers!
800-973-9044



$101. BRAND New
Queen Pillow top mat-
tress & box set. Still in
plastic. 386-898-1252
Can deliver.
$199 ALL Brand New
King 3pc. Mattress set.
Still in plastic.
386-334-7611 Can del.


SWIMMING POOL sales
Company benefits + com-
mission, need good clos-
er w/strong sales back-
ground. Fax resume to
Artesian Pools
(386)255-7264


CABINET SHOP help.
Some cabinet experience
required. $7-$9 hrly.
386-255-1849
DRIVERS - Immediate
Hiring Central FL, Local
& OTR positions availa-
ble Now! CDL-A with
tanker required. Premium
Pay & Benefits. Call
1-877-484-3042 or visit
oakleytransport.com
TRUCK DRIVERS want-
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Pet. Check Out Pets
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386-322-5949


BEDROOM SET- White.
wicker. Twin headboard,"
night stand, desk, chair,
chest, dresser & mirror.
Like new. $900 obo.
386-547-9501
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MEMORY FOAM Thera
-Peutic NASA Mattress:
Q-$399, K-$499, Free de-
livery. Warranty. (60 night
trial) 1-888-287-5337
www.mattressdr.com
ROCKING/RECLINER
CHAIRS- 3, Oversized
red microfiber, $150/obo
each, call to see at
386-383-0372


JEWELRY FIXTURE Liq-
uidation: Displays, Safes,
and Office Furniture.
1-213-479-5158
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DIABETIC Testing Sup-
plies at little or no cost
with Medicare/Insurance.
Receive a free meter with
your first shipment! Call
1-800-815-1577 ext. 403
http://www.lifecarediabeti
csupplies.com
Electric Wheelchair-
Jazzy full size. New
batteries & charger, In
good condition. New
4800. Asking,$450 obo
Also Bruno Wheelchair
Lift for truck, DOT,
Electric Hydraulic, Asking
$250 Will deliver both.
386-763-1998
MEDICARE DIABETICS
FREE METER if.Quali-
fied. Testing Supplies.
We file Insurance. Free
Delivery. Satisfaction
Guaranteed! Call Medical
Care Club 888-866-1885
ONLINE PHARMACY
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Prescription! We will
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WHEEL CHAIR- 5 speed
Rhapsody, New, $400
Folding ramps inc. Call
between 10 am and 10
pm to see. 386-795-7335


"MEMORY FOAM* All
Visco New Thera-Peutic
Mattresses (As seen on
TV) High Density 25 Year
Warranty T/F - $349;
Q-$399; K-$499. Fast
Free Delivery Anywhere,
Thera-Pedic, Dormia,
Aire & Electric Adjusta-
bles. Best Price! Call'
Anytime - Member BBB
1-800-287-5337
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Billl* Get a 4-Room all'
Digital Satellite system
installed for free & pro-
ramming starting under
20. Free digital video
recorders to new callers,
so call now 800-725-1835
A BRAND New Comput-
er bad or no credit - no
problem, brand name
laptops & desktops.
Smallest weekly pay-
ments avail. Its yours
now 1-800-640-0656
A NEW Computer Now.
Brand new PC-Laptop.
Bad or No credit-ok. Low
payments. 800-624-1557
ADOPTION LIVING/
Medical Expenses Paid.
Loving, extremely finan-
cially secure family
dream of giving your
baby the best in life.,
Please call Jill & Steven
VIA our Attorney Jodi
Sue Rutstein
800-852-0041
(Confidential #133050)
AIR HANDLER- New in
box, 2 ton, never installed
$200. Also Rally Riding
Lawn Mower, runs good
$150 386-846-0370
BRAND NEW Computer.
Bad or no credit, no prob-,
lem. Brand name laptops
& desktops. Smallest
weekly payments availa-
ble. It's yours now,
1-800-932-4501
DIET PILLS: Maximum
prescription strength.:
Phentromine 37.5 mg,
blue & white capsules, 60
count, $77.95. No pre-
scription needed. Free
shipping 1-800-627-7896,
ext 701.
DIET PILLS: Maximum
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Phentromine 37.5 mg,
blue & white capsules, 60,
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Daytona Beach Shores-
Steps to the beach! 128
Harrison Rd. 2-3br/lba
beauty. Remodeled w/
new roof & windows,
hardwood firs, fireplace &
more. $165K
407-897-1358
hoto ad #53582 www.
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DAYTONA BEACH-
Reduced Again I Easy to
show 3/1 Close to every-
thing, schools, shopping,
hospital. New roof '05.
Remodeled kitchen, new-
er appl. eat in kit. Inside
laundry. Buy Now - Make
Offer. $118K Helen
Scott, Dees Realty
386-212-1456
DAYTONA BEACH-
Charming spanish home.
2/1, hardwood floors, eat
in kitch, huge garden tub,
large yard. $105,000
866-599-1344
727-709-5682
DAYTONA BEACH-
Duplex, rented though
5/09. Monthly income
$1260. Large yard, nice
area, 308 Adeline St.
$145K 267-241-3764
DAYTONA BEACH. Pool
home w/ Ig fenced lot.
Spacious floor plan.
2br/2ba. 1cg has been
converted to 3rd br or
family room/office. Hard-
wood firs. Great location.
$179.900. Tyler Proper-
ties, Inc. 386-255-8585
PAY OFF LOAN LPGA
AREA. Daytona/Holly
Hill. 3/2, 1/2 ac fencd yd,
Was $149K. Pay off loan
$119,400. Finan avail.
386-852-1430, Daytona




HOLLY HILL 3br/2ba/2cg
New kit, carpet, bath.
Plenty of closet & stor-
age. Beautiful landscape
1022 West Indian Oaks.
Asking $180K Call Cory
Modern Realty
386-4052484
Melbourne Bch, beauti-
ful 3Br, updated 30x16
pool, large fenced yrd lots
of pavers $349,900 Norm
Nault Re/Max Beach
Towne 321-480-4869
others available.
ORMOND BEACH
Plantation Pines Horse
Country 3/2/2 completely
remodeled. New Kitchen
with granite counter 2+
acres. owner/realtor
$249,900. 386-295-6294
ORMOND BEACH -
Great buy in Northbrookl
3br, 2ba, 2cg, pool, huge
fenced bkyard. All this on
a corner lot. $244,900
Better Homes & Props.,
Mike Flannery, Realtor
386-793-3833
ORMOND BEACH Close
to Central Park 3/2 backs
to a nature preserve in
one of Ormond's most
desired areas. Many up-
grades. $162,000. Lou
Balsano, Realtor, Better'
Homes & Properties.
386-846-8044
ORMOND BY The Sea
Only two houses in from
A1A! 3BR/2BA, upgrades
galore. Stainless Appl.,
wood cabinets, granite
countertops in kitchen
and baths. Observation
deck to sit and enjoy the
ocean view $329,000
Better Homes & Proper-
ties, Lou Balsano, Real-
tor 386-846-8044
GREAT NEWS AND
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386-322-5949


ORMOND BY The Sea-
3BR/2BA Create a life-
style you deserve! This
home is just what you
need. Only steps to
Ocean. Too many up-
grades to list. Move in, do
nothing and enjoy.
$298,000. Better Homes
& Properties, Lou Balsa-
no, Realtor 386-846-8044
ORMOND- Urgent, Bring
Offers North Forty 32 Big
Buck 7 yrs old, concrete,
NOT duplex 3br/2ba,
2.5cg, ADA Amenities,
great rm 386-562-0091
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PALM CITY Cypress
Lakes Divosta 2/2/2
masonry const, Lakefront
all new appl, carpet, A+
schools, walking distance
$249,900 772-287-5066




PALM COAST - Very
nice waterfront home.
Great place for a boat!
4BR home w/ 3 separate
units. Unique w/lots of
charm. Main house + sep
apartment and cozy
mother-in-law suite. Bring
all offers $395,000 City
Realty, Ditha Sander,
386-767-5609
PORT ORANGE Spa-
cious 3BR/2BA/2Car Gar
Home w/vaulted ceilings
&walk-in closets. Only
$169,900. Better Homes
& Prop, Mike Flannery,
Realtor, 386-793-3833
PORT ORANGE- Priced
Right! 3br/2/ba/llcg. See
the intracoastal from your
front yard. Perfect turn
key. maint free FL living.
$139,900. Re/Max All Pro
Realty Sandy Cencerik
386-334-7330
PORT ORANGE. 3 MI-
NUTES TO BEACH!
BRAND NEW, 4br/2.5ba
2-story, 2892 sq.ft. living.
Excellent schools. Builder
helps with closing costs
or upgrades. Only
$244,500. Premier Prop-
erties. 386-405-5757.
PORT ST LUCIE Span-
ish Lakes 1, CBS, 2 yrs
old, 2/2/1, foyer, fridge,
stove, dishwasher and
vertical blinds.
772-807-8133
S. DAYTONA Reduced -
Brick ranch 3Br/1.5+ gar.
New inside paint, modern
kit., Irg patio & priv fence
bkyrd. $140,000 Dees
Realty 386-846-5807
SOUTH DAYTONA Nice
Home-Nice Price. 3BR/
1BA, Park-like backyard..
Open Kitchen, newer
upgrades $134,500. -
Better Homes & Props.,
Mike Flannery, Realtor
386-793-3833
VERO CENTRAL BCH
Charming 3/2 block
home with terrazzo tile
firs on lush oversized lot.
New W/D. Mint cond.
Rent to own $325,000.
772-489-0180





WILL SELL CHEAP
AND FURNISHED-LOW
PRICE - LOWTAXESII
2Br home, ready to move
in! Not far from beach!
$109K City Realty, Ditha
Sander 386-767-5609
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OCEAN VILLAGE Villa -
Extra large, 1 bedroom.
Pools, tennis. Lowest
Feesl Must Seel
Must Sell... $112,900
386-344-2600





Port Orange Townhome
1015 Fox Trace Ct. 2/2/1
Compl. renovated. Just
Reduced. $124,500. C21
Sundance Joseph En-
dara 386-451-9858
PORT ORANGE- Discov-
er Peace & Quiet in this
2br/2.5ba nestled in Cy-
press Head. Luxury at an
affordable price $249,900
Waverly Property, Trudy
McCann 386-299-1240




LISTING
EDGEWATER DUPLEX
Let it pay for itself! Nice
2BR/2BA each unit. Nev-
er vacant. Positive cash
flow. Current income
$1,300/mo. Close to ev-
erything. Owner financing
w/ significant downpay-
ment. Let one half pay for
the other half $225,000.
321-299-4188 or
407-331-8454
ORMOND BEACH
$5000 gets you inl Two
units for the price of one.
1br/lba left side. 2br/1ba
right side. Mobile home
sitting on 70'x140' lot of
its own. Live in one side,
rent the other. Owner fi-
nancing to qualified buy-
er. Asking $85,000
386-503-8082


FLORIDA Waterfront
1/4 Acre Land Near
Beach & Golf. $1000
Down, $198/mo. No
Qualifying! Build Now or
Hold for the Future!
1-877-983-6600
www.FloridaLotsUSA.com
NC MOUNTAINS
2.2ac cabin shell $99,900
6ac. great view. $69,900.
lac. mature woods
$29,900.
Excellent Financing.
Free Brochure.
1-828-652-8700
PONCE INLET- Large lot
By lighthouse. Walk to
the beach or river,
beautiful views. Ready to
build! Priced to sell
$256K. 413-335-3988
photo ad #53366 www.
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PUTNAM COUNTY, Sat-
suma, Florida. Large cor-
ner lot, front paved road,
135'x150'. Sacrifice at
$13,900. Call Richard's
cell 386-316-3207
SAMSULA AREA-
10 acre parcels, Pasture
and pines. Well drained,
great hunting, agricultural
tax breaks, 4 available,
$95,000 cash $110,000
terms. Call 386-763-4471
TEXAS LAND Liquida-
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Booming El Paso. Beau-
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Good Road Access &
Survey. Only $14,900.
$200/down, $145 per/mo.
Money back guarantee.
No credit checks.
1-800-843-7537
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WEST KENTUCKY- Tro-
phy deer hunting/recrea-
tional ground. 25,000ac.
60ac to 3,600ac tracts.
80ac lake, rolling hills,
hardwoods, pasture. Low
taxes, starting $1600/ac.
Owner 270-556-3576
270-703-7234



Port Orange
Cane Aakas
Golf & Country Club
An Age Restricted Community
100% Palm Harbor Homes
Feature Home
1999 - 2/2, $102,000
Porch w/heat/AC
1999 - 2/2, $110,000
Fireplace/den 1436 s.f.
2000 - 3/2, $118,900
1568 s.f. w/ large shed
2000 - 2/2 $125,000
Low lot rent 1351 s.f.
2004 - 2/2, $129,900
Berber carpet 1480 s.f.
1999 - 2/2, $144,900
Garage/golf 1796 s.f.
2003 - 3/2, $155,000
Culdesac/golf 1672 s.f.
2003 - 3/2 $174,900
Golf/water 1908 s.f.
2004- 3/2 $178,0004
Golf/waterview 1961 s.f. ?

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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, end. Fl rm.
$142,500.
Adams Cameron & Co
Gary LaFond
386-453-5522
DAYTONA BEACH- 55+,
2bd/1ba, singlewide.
Large Florida Room, fur-
nished. Pool, shuffle
board lawn care.
$11,000 386-304-7997
DAYTONA BEACH-
Colonial Colony. 2BR, Go
to 1275 Beville Rd. to see
1277 Liberty Ln. Comply
furn, new a/c, immed.
occup! 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-
Free 1 year lot rent w/
purchase of this beautiful
modular home, next to
Prince of Peace Church.
Will listed to offers. 55+
comm. 3/2, cathedral
Celllngs,' fireplace. Must
see ..a inside. Asking
$49,000 386-673-9085
ORMOND BEACH- 55+
community, nearly new, 2
large BR, 2 BA, central
h/a, carpet upgrade.
Reduced $41,900
386-672-1276 / 451-4018
ORMOND BEACH- 55+
park NEW 3br/2ba,
screened carport, central
air, shingle roof, vinyl
siding $49,900
386-672-1276 / 451-4018


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ROSELAND BRAND
new 3/2 on 1/2 acre, pad
for dble garage, Seclud-
ed dead end road, Owner
Anxious ready to sell!
$127,500 772-473-4402
VERO BEACH Country
side 55 + 2/2 doublewide.
fully furnished 2 screen
porches carport & shed.
$22,000/obo Priced to
sell. Call 508-990-3362



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Blairsville GA 2BR/2BA
home with Mountain view
$139,500 Michael Miles
at Julia Meadows Realty
706-400-8870/897-0443
www.gamountainhomes.net
BUY TIMESHARE Re-
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closing costs 'til June
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FLORIDA
TALLAHASSEE AREA
138 AC - $2,495/AC
Hardwoods, mature
pine, near Mt. Pleasant
& Glen Julia Spring.
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- REAL ESTATE FOR RENT


100% PRIVACY
Ormond off A1A in
beautiful home. Your own
entrance, pkg, bath &
patio. Cbl, fridge, micro,
laundry, linens. Walk to
ocean, sports park,
Ormond mall. Working
adult! Dep $400. $550
mo. total 386-441-6766
DAYTONA 'BEACH-
Newer home, 1-95 &
LPGA. Furn room w/bath,
house privileges. Non
smoker. $135 wk + dep.
Incl. util 386-274-2054
NEW SMYRNA BEACH-
room for rent, quiet area,
for working adult, Full
house privileges. $110
week 1st and last.
386-689-4203
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-
tance to bank & shopping
$525. mo No pets
386-761-8877 /451-8009
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
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


BEACHSIDE- Large 1br
tile floors, outside patio, 2
walk in closets, priv. pk.
Also large 2br, wood
floor, fireplace, screen
porch 2cg. 386-405-2540

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COCOA BEACH-
Port Royal Condo
2br/2ba, Fully Furnished,
1st Floor, $1200 mo. Call
Richard 407-791-6617
D.B. SHORES- Condo
Completely furnished 2/2.
Luxury building near
everything. No smoking;
no pets. $1100 month
$300 sec. 386-761-7029
II II is II
S '- '-' "-
DAYTONA BEACH
Central Manor Apts serv-
ing adults 62+ or mobility
impaired. 1bd/1ba 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
photo ad #31604 www.
hometownnewsOL.com
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! Effi-
ciency apt, 1 person only,
utilities included. Refs
needed. Modern Realty
386-253-7449
DAYTONA BEACH- 1/1,
ated comm. 1 block
rom Intracoastal. Incl.
water. $550. Non-smoker
407-766-8988 Owner Lic.
Real Estate Sales Assoc.
Call Classified
386-322-5949

80 Apartments
Condsfor Rent


NEW SMYRNA BCH:
1br/lba/fp & patio, W/D
1920's Charm Decorated
2008 & Very clean. His-
torical area, One blk to
canal, No Pets.
407-620-5027
NEW SMYRNA BCH:
Watch the dolphins play.
2br/lba $550/mo Ground
flr, fresh paint & clean.
No calls after 7pm
321-354-5143
NEW SMYRNA Beach
652 Faulkner. Entire 2nd
floor, adorable, central, 1
block to river Newly
renovated, 5 rms 1-brl
ba, FL rm, W/D, ceiling
fans. $610/mo + until. No
pets or smokers please.
310-570-3384
ORMOND BEACH- 1/1,
apt. Single fir. Triplex,
Ocean Village Villas. Lots
of Storage. All appl.
Stack W/D. Lg. Srcd Pch
$675 386-566-2059
ORMOND BY THE SEA-
2/2, furn/unfurn, quiet end
unit. 170 degree ocean
view. Water, cable incl.
$1100/mo, 386r
679-3191.770-312-7949

WOW
PORT ORANGE/Spruce.
Creek Fly-In: 2br & 3br
Furn Condos Avail. Long
or Short Term. From
$1200. Country Club
Prop. of Spruce Creek
386-756-6105
NEED TO HIRE?
CALL CLASSIFIED
386-322-5949

80 Apartments/
Condsfor Rent


ril


PORT ORANGE-
Whispering Woods
condo, 2/2, furn/unfurn,
laundry inside unit, pool,
water, garbage, cable,
incl. $975/mo. Avail July
1st. Inga 386-453-7400
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
SOUTH DAYTONA- Big
2/2, $675/mo. I Large
bright freshly painted,
spotless. Off Ridgewood
near Publix. Incl. cable &
sewer. Call 954-383-6066
VERO BEACH: Move In
special Newly remod-
eled. 1br& 2br from
$575. Tile, New appl.
Close to Beaches, Parks
& Rest. 772-563-0013


BEACHSIDE PONCE
INLET-, 105 Marie.
Beautiful cul-de-sac
location, one bik from the
beach. 3/2/2 all apple, nice
yard and CLEAN. Small
dog okay. Avail now.
$1100/mo. 1ST MONTH
FREE! 386-761-6565
DAYTONA BEACH-
1/1, just remodeled,walk
to the beach $650/mo.
includes all utilities.
866-599-1344
727-709-5682
Classified 386-322-5949

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DAYTONA BEACH-
Charming spanish home.
2/1, hardwood floors, eat
in kitch, huge garden tub,
large yard. $750/mo.
866-599-1344
727-709-5682
DAYTONA BEACH-
Rent to Buy! 2br/1ba,
front & back deck, vwd.
Sat. or cable ready. 610
S. Seagrave St. Outdoor
pets ok $725 mo. $700
sec 386-235-8541
EDGEWATER - 814 Star
Reef, 3Br/2ba/2cg ih
Coral Trace; large, lake-
side home in gated/pool
community $1050/month
Call Jeanne, Alexander
R.E. 386-690-9018
EDGEWATER- 4/2,
carport, fenced yard,
large lot, full shed,
centrally located, $975
mo. 1st, last, sec. 386-
428-4043 / 774-487-7263
photo ad #32361 www.
ometownnewsOL.com
EDGEWATERI 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.
ometownnewsOL.com
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
FORT PIERCE 55+,
Gated on cul de sac.
Furn 2/2/1, pool & clbhse.
No pets/smoke. $850 mo
Incl cabin & lawncare. FLS.
772-461-5539
Classified 386-322-5949


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19-72ac. 3/4mi. adjoins
US Forest Srv. Paved rd.
wildlife, electric, creeks,
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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
views, gated comm. Pri-
ces marked down 40%
Owner fin. Also 200ac @
$13,500/ac 706-889-0291
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
$385k. Owner must sell.
Call Mary Crossfleld
agent 813-699-1376.
Hurry, won't last.
HANDYMAN SPECIAL
New Ranch w/4 bed-
rooms, 2 bath, In dry-
wall stage. Sits on 2
acres near Athens, OH.
$79,900/Reduced
*$69,900*. Owner Fi-
nancing 1-740-260-2282
KY Land 80+acs will di-
vide 30-40acs.! Grt hunt-
ing! Turkey, deer, & elk.
creek, pvd Rd., borders
3,000ac National Forest.
$3000/ac. (352)465-6583
Land Auction 250 Props
Must be Soldl Low Down
/ E-Z Financing Free Bro-
chure 800-890-1292
www.landauction.com
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
MONTEAGLE, TEN-
NESSEE 28.33 Acres w/
Beautiful Hardwood Tim-
ber. Great Private Get-
away. Will Subdivide.
Utilities Available! $3000/
Acre. 931-946-5263
Murphy, North Carolina.
2.41 Acres, New con-
struction, 2br/2ba com-
letely furnished cabin,
rice reduced by $54K.
Must...sell this week.
$175,000. 727-644-8805.
see at forsalebyowner.com
ID# 20913907
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
NEED TO HIRE?
CALL CLASSIFIED
386-322-5949


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-
3/2, semi-furn optional on
private way. Nice
neighbors, short term Ise
possible, screened porch,
$850 + sec.386-423-8886
NEW SMYRNA BEACH-
New home 4br/2.5 ba, 3
car gar, gated comm.
'Never been lived in. Ask-
ing $1,695/mo. 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,nego 1st, last &
sec. Patti, 386-290-0018
ORMOND BY The Sea -
Beautiful 2/3BR, 2BA,
newly painted inside &
out. New carpet. $950.
mo. 1st & $800. deposit.
386-441-5513
ORMOND BY THE SEA-
2/1 FL rm, inside utility,
new carpet & paint.
Fenced yard. 76 Carol
Rd. $825. mo 1st & sec.
386-441-4100 295-1830
ORMOND BY THE SEA-
Sea Bridge Comm. large
2/2 with new fam room.
On quiet cul-de-sac. 2nd
house from ocean. Furn
or unfurn. $1200/mo. w/
good credit 845-532-6040
NEED TO HIRE?
CALL CLASSIFIED
386-322-5949

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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-
SITES FROM $243/MOl*
Gated, paved, under-
ground utilities, ameni-
ties. Excellent Financing
Available! Call toll-free:
1-877-890-5253 x4086
www.seeriverhighlandsnc
.com *monthly payment
of $243.26 based upon
purchase price of
$49,900 w/90% financed
@ 6.5% via 3yr. Interest
only loan.
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-
cellent Financing.
Call 1-828-652-8700
NC MOUNTAINS Dis-
tressed Sale - Log Cabin
on 2+ acres. $87,900
easy access, creek,
views, needs finishing.
1-828-286-1666
Owner/Broker




NC Smoky Mountains.
'Bryson City. Ideal summ-
er, retirement. 2-4 acres.
Spectacular views. High
altitude, paved road. gat-
ed. easily accessible.
Fishing paradise. Owner
financing. From $65,000.
Call . owner
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 I Money Back Guar-
antee! 888-507-4380 or
sunsiteslandrush.com
NORTH Carolina Mtns
Hendersonville, Low cost
1/1 mobile home, 55+
park furnished, glass en-
closed porch, patio, shed,
$28,000 321-951-1792
North Carolina - Alarka
Highlands Grand Open-
ing Estate sized lots with
360 degrees with 40 mile
views at 4500' elevation
near Bryson City. Call
1-877-504-0005
www.alarkahlghlands.com
NORTH CAROLINA
MOUNTAINS
Easy to finish new log
cabin shell on 1.7 acres,
$89,900. 2-5 acre water-
front homesites from
$99,900. Easy access
mountain homesites
$29,900-$89,900.
828-247-9966
NORTH CAROLINA.
100 acres, $399,000.
Best Buy Ever! Trout
stream & paved road.
Perfect hideaway or re-
treat. 828-684-8706
Ammons Agency Real
Estate.
NORTH FLORIDA LAND
1,955acs in Jefferson Co.
Timberland, mixed w/
hardwood bottoms & cut-
over, great hunting, rd.
frontage, $2100/acre.
Southern Pine Planta-
tions 352-867-8018


ORMONDIPLANTATION
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
PONCE INLET- Updated
3br/2ba, large fenced
yard, close to ocean, inlet
& lighthouse. $1,300/mo..
Available 7/1-3/1 Great
area 612-600-6706
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
NEED TO HIRE?
CALL CLASSIFIED
386-322-5949


OHIO LOG MANSION 5
Acres, 4yrs 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

REDUCED
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.
askingg $350,000. Call
7 7-492-16RRR
RUTHERFORDTON, NC
8.5ac w/clean 3/2mh,
new a p, deck, work-
shop. Near Lake Lure.
Beautiful mtn views.
$150,000 336-656-7118
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
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
FOOTHILLS
6 acres cleared/ fenced.
3 stall barn/tack room/2
ponds. 3/2 furn. MF home
on perm. foundation lo-
cated halfway between
Chattanooga & Knoxville.
$149,000 772-567-9398
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. 5.10
acres $19,500. 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' ofriver. $2700/acre.
S1-888-836-8439
TENNESSEE MOUN-
TAIN 2 Acre wooded
homesites. Breathtak-
Ing Tennessee River
View. Low Residential
Property Taxi No State
Income Tax, No Impact
Feel Excellent Owner
Financing Ask about
Mini Vacationl
1-888-358-1020
Call Classified
386-322-5949


SPORT ORANGE Coun-
tryside Hunt Club gated
comm. 3BR/2Ba/2CG
clubhse, pool & tennis
courts. Centrally located.
$1400.mo 386-788-2563
PORT ORANGE-
2br/lba, carport, utility
shed wlFlorida 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
PORT ORANGE- 3/2/2,
Jacuzzi, tiled kitchen &
BR, 7 years young, good
area & schools, all
appliances. $1250/mo.
1st & dep. 781-632-6153
photo ad #31329 www.
hometownnewsOL.com
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.
1st/last/sec, credit check
& refs 386-767-0020
GREAT NEWS AND
CLASSIFIED ADSI
HOMETOWN NEWS
386-322-5949


TENNESSEE MOUN-.
TAIN Acreage 2 acre:
beautiful homesite, mil-
lion $ view! Secluded,
utilities, overlooking Ten-;
nessee River. Close to
Marina, Schools, Shop-
ping! $49,900 low down,
Owner Financing!-
1-330-699-1585
TENNESSEE MOUN-
TAIN ACREAGE Breath-
taking Views. Streams,
Cabins Owner Financing'
Call 1-888-939-2968
TEXAS LAND LIQUIDA-
TIONII 20-acres, Near
BOOMING El Paso.
Good Road Access. Only.
$14,900.$200/down,$145:
per/mo. Money Back
Guarantee. No Credit'
Checks. 1-800-843-7537!
www.sunsetranches.com
WEST KENTUCKY- Tro--
phy deer hunting/recrea,
tional ground. 25,000ac:'
60ac to 3,600ac tracts;
80ac lake, rolling hills;'
hardwoods, pasture. Lo'
'taxes, starting $1600/ac:
Owner 270-556-3576
270-703-7234
WESTERN NC Mountain
properties cabins homes,.
acreage & investment
property. Views & creeks.
Free color brochure.
Western Carolina Real
Estate Company, Inc.
Murphy, NC. www.
WesternCarolinaRE.com
1-800-924-2635



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Best resorts & seasons.
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Maarten, Luxury 1br/lba,
deeded for 1 wk every
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1 wk anywhere in world.
$3,600 904-571-7195



VERO STRIP Center.
Income, location, cap
rate, mint condition. Fully
leased $1.2M. VERO
.LANDMARK Comer. 2.5
acres. + 4000 sq ft build-
ing. General commercial'
Lift station. Ample par
ing. Sale or leaso
$799K 772-489-0180



TEXAS LAND Liquid
tion! 20 acres, ne
Booming El Paso. Goo
road access. On
$14,900, $200/dow
$145 per mo. Mono
back guarantee. No cre
it checks 1-800-755-895;
www.sunsetranches.com

76. Istment

EDGEWATER. 2723 I
dia Palm Dr. INVESTOR
ALERT-check this ou
Recently renovated dd
plex with low mainte
nance & provides in'
come. Rent both or ren
one and live in other
$184,900. Call Tom Ho
man Weichert Realtor
386-679-5471.
Classified 386-322-5949
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uaytona:
* 3/2/2,1830 LSF,
Good cdnd.
$1200/mos.
Port Orange:
* 2/2/1,screened
lanai Comm. pool
$950/mos.
Ormond Beach:
* 2/1/1 11581sf .
close to the beach
rent $900 security
deposit $900
* 2/2/2 1700 lsf
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
Call 386.672.1224
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PORT ORANGE-
Summer Trees, age rest.
55+ 2/2, private patio.
Rent to own $725/mo. 93
Cypress Pond Rd.
Vacant 386-760-3468
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
SOUTH DAYTONA-
2br/lba, 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


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
DAYTONA BEACH Peli-
can Bay 2BR/2BAI1CG.
Fireplace, screen porch
Avail now! No pets,
$950/mo. Gated comm.
386-441-8262 / 295-6294
ORMOND I 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
photos ad #30353 www.
hometownnewsOL.com
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
Call Classified
386-322-5949


ORMOND BEACH-
Townhome for rent in
Misner's Branch. Large
3/2/2 w/fireplace, security
system & air conditioned,
tiled Florida room, fridge,
w/d, lawn service,
community pool. $1350
plus security deposit. Call
Gary @ 386-562-6031
PONCE INLET- 2br/2ba,
2 story, ocean views.
Non-smoking, small pets
ok. $1200/mo. 1st, last &
security required.
407-873-1564
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


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. $850mo
+sec. Very clean! Credit
check. 440-582-3606
ORMOND BEACHSIDE-
Ocean Village, 2/1, large
Fl room, no pets. 6 mo.
lease, refs and security
required. $850 plus
electric. 716-244-3512



HOBE SOUND 55+
Cambridge,Partially furn
Dblewde, Scr porch, 2/2,
Incl comm pool, lawn
main & cable. Exc. cond
$850mo 772-545-4028
Classified 386-322-5949


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- RETAILIOFFICE.
2 mos FREE rent. US
Hwy #1/Great Commerce
Center. Expand or start
new business. $600/mo.
772-489-0180



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
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
NEED TO HIRE?
CALL CLASSIFIED
386-322-5949


-MT


1986 EL CAMINO- GMC
Caballero 6 cyl, fuel injec.
Good on gas, runs, looks
great. Bright red $3500.
814-591-2376 Ormond



BUICK CONVERTIBLE
83' Riviera. Great shape.
White, Wine Top. A/C
plus extras. $6900
772-299-0066/532-5722
$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
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TO SELL??
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CHRYSLER 5TH Ave
1987 Perfect original
paint & navy leather
interior. 1 owner. $2500.
321-255-5191
FORD F100 P/U 1953
302 eng. 1984 Mercury
frame, auto, A/C, all
power, new white 'paint.
$18,500. 386-453-1826
FORD T-BIRD 1962
wht/red w/tonneau cap,
wire wheels, original
parts,excellent condition
$25,000 772-461-5078


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State of the art 2-part car-
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1-866-780-9038
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CHRYSLER 300 M 1999
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$5000.386-677-4311
1988 ' WELLCRAFT-
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$1500. 386-405-5303

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200HP Yamaha, New
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TROJAN YACHT- 1979,
Remodeled in and out.
New bottom job, fly
bridge w/duel controls,
stand up head w/shower
& hot water. Sleeps 6.
Nice galley, twin 318
Chryslers w/low hrs, elec
wench for anchor, full
curtains w/2 bimini tops.
Full shore to boat hook-
ups. On Lake George.
Dive platform. All Coast
Guard equip. Boat
loaded. Too many extras
to list. $15,900/offer or
trade for whatever! Sale
due to health.
386-795-4994 882-7352
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'94, 25.5', end head,
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trailer, 12 pass. Book
value $14,000. $7500
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