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Index
Business .................................. A7
Classified ................................ B 5
Crossw ord .............................. B3
Dining & Entertainment .... BI
Horoscopes ............................ BI
Inshore Fishing ...................... B5
Out & About .......................... B1
Police Report ........................ A5
Sports ...................................... B 4
Viewpoint ................................ A6
Week in Review ................. A3


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Matt Nemitz, 14, of Daytona Beach throws a Frisbee
toward a 'pole hole' during a game of disc golf at the
Tuscawilla Park in Daytona Beach. Holly Hill will get the
third disc golf course in east Volusia County at Centen-
nial Park at the end of this year.


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disc golf players wil
ting their challenj
hole course here,
won't happen as
they had hoped.
The city con
directed city staff 1
to include the cour
city's 2008-09 budg
prepared now for O
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complete by the er
year, city manager
buck said.
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golf course here, b
got t, budget for
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Disc golf closely
the rules of tradition
except that players
disc or Frisbee ti
basket. The player
fewest throws wins.


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:it, build by end of year, manager says


S RS Originally, local players
FAY0o working with Commission-
er Mark Reed and recre-
he area's ation director Chuck Beach
11 be get- thought they could have
going 18- the course built this sum-
but it mer using community
soon as redevelopment area funds.
The funds are earmarked
mission to improve blighted parts of
ast week the city, including the
se in the course's starting point at
et, being Centennial Park.
)ctober. But, because the course
would be crosses 10th Street into Milt
id of the Hallman Park, which is not
Tim Har- part of the CRA, just more
than half of the $14,000 cost
et a disc will have to come from the
ut we've city's general and recre-
it," he ation funds.
"I walked that course
follows about six or seven times ...
)nal golf, (working) under the
throw a assumption that both sides
toward a of the road were in the
with the CRA," Mr. Reed said.
"There's really no other way


to do it."
The city will pay about
$6,000 for the course's first
11 holes out of the CRA.
General and recreation
funds will cover $8,000 for
the final seven holes and
the relocation of a 300-foot
fence in the park.
Adding the course to the
budget should not jeopard-
ize other programming, Mr.
Harbuck said. The city is
seeking hole sponsorships
and donations for the
cement tee pads to recoup
some of the cost.
With a lake, a pond, and
many trees, the Holly Hill
course will be more chal-
lenging than those in South
Daytona and Daytona'
Beach, said 30-year player
Gary Burdick, who is work-
ing with the city on the
course. As one of only three


) See DISC GOLF, A8


Citizenship requirement considered for city boards


BY BETHANY CHAMBERS
Staff writer
HOLLY HILL Citing
patriotism, a handful of res-
idents and business owners
last week asked city officials
to require advisory board
appointees to prove they are
U.S. citizens and registered
voters.
The move came as the
commission considered five
applicants one of them a
Canadian citizen for the
community redevelopment
area advisory board.
The commission reap-
pointed current member


Bruce Greenbaum and
decided citizenship require-
ments will be discussed at a
future workshop this fall.
Currently the city only.
requires an applicant to
prove he or she is a "quali-
fied elector" for the civil
service board. Applications
ask if an applicant is a resi-
dent, though there is no res-
idency requirement.
City officials did not know
if any other current board
members or applicants are
foreign citizens or not regis-
tered to vote.
Eddie Colosimo, founder
of Bikers for First Amend-


ment Rights, a voting
activist club based in the
city, told the commission
those without voter regis-
tration cards "don't have a
right to an opinion."
"This is nothing person-
al," he said. "However, I find
it absolutely obscene to
think that anybody who is
not an American citizen and
voter ... should be appoint-
ed to any position."
But Jim Legary, the Cana-
dian citizen who applied for
the CRA board, said he does
take it personally.
A 20-year resident and 35-
year owner of a business in


the city, he said he came to
Holly Hill "to make it bet-
ter."
"I go to all the city meet-
ings, and I probably know as
much as the mayor and
commission," he said. "I feel
I have an opinion that no
one else is expressing, and
that's worth calling atten-
tion to."
He said this is "the sev-
enth or eighth time" he's
been denied for a board,
and this is just a way to pre-
vent further applications.
"I don't think it's an acci-
dent or, coincidence," he
said. "All things are politi-


cal."
Mayor Roland Via, who
brought the topic up in dis-
cussion at a prior commis-
sion meeting, said he "can't
imagine" someone who isn't
registered to vote "making
political decisions" affect-
ing the masses.
Ormond Beach and Day-
tona Beach have citizenship
requirements for some
boards. Ormond Beach also
requires those who serve on
most boards to be city resi-
dents; Daytona Beach offi-
cials are considering a simi-
lar requirement.
) See BOARDS, A8


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Beach, catches his reflec-
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Mineral Society display at
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'Community' out, 'Daytona Beach College' in


Hard to say 'DBC' after years of


'DBCC,' student sa
BY BETHANY CHAMBERS
Staffwriter
DAYTONA BEACH -
The 2,400 students who
graduated less than a
month ago from Daytona


ys
Beach Community College
will hold the last set of
diplomas with the DBCC
logo.
That's because their
alma mater just got a new
name: Daytona Beach Col-


lege.
Last week, Governor
Charlie Crist signed a bill
making the school's six-
month transition to the
new DBC moniker com-
plete.
The college also
becomes part of a state
system of nine community
colleges that offer four-


year bachelor's degrees,
DBC spokesman Glyn
Johnston said.
The bachelor of applied
science in supervision and
management degree is
awarded to students in
hospitality management,
event planning and other
majors. Eight hundred stu-
dents are enrolled in the


program, which costs up to
75 percent less than similar
programs offered at state
universities.
In January, the college
will begin offering a bache-
lor's in education, as well,
Mr. Johnston said.
The name change


) See COLLEGE, A10


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Group donates backpacks to local schools


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Stewart-Marchman Center volunteer La Vonte Sol, 15, of
Daytona Beach, opens a box of backpacks last year at
Temple Beth-El in Ormond Beach. This year, the Jewish
Federation of Volusia/Flagler Counties is trying to provide
more than the 5,700 backpacks to local needy children.


BY JAMYE DURRANCE
Staff writer

VOLUSIA COUNTY For
students and parents, the
school year is drawing to a
close. Visions of beach trips,
vacations and lazy days
engulf any thoughts of
preparing for another
school year.
But, not for Gloria Max.
Ms. Max, executive direc-
tor of the Jewish Federation
of Volusia and Flagler Coun-
ties, is raising funds to buy
backpacks and supplies for
needy children throughout
Volusia and Flagler counties.
"It's very hard for children
to not have the tools (they
need for school)," Ms. Max
said. "That's why I do this
project."
This is the 13th year for
the project, Ms. Max said. In
total, the Federation has
donated more than 35,000
backpacks filled with school
supplies. Last year, 5,700
backpacks were donated.
"We are trying to get at


least that amount this year,"
Ms. Max said.
For the project, Ms. Max
contacts various school
counselors who give her the
names of students who need
the supplies.
There are about 81 ele-
mentary, middle and high
schools that receive the
backpacks, Ms. Max said.
Bill Archer, a guidance
counselor at Longstreet Ele-
mentary in Daytona Beach,
calls the program a "God-
send."
I can't praise it enough,"
Mr. Archer said. "It's some-
thing I will praise even when
I retire."
Mr. Archer said Longstreet
Elementary is a Title 1 school
with many of the students
living in poverty and the
backpacks help the students
get the materials they need.
"Sometimes the students
come in with just the clothes
on their backs," Mr. Archer
said. "The backpack pro-
gram is just phenomenal."
The backpacks are filled


with supplies and include a
card to the student explain-
ing that they were donated.
Ms. Max has received hun-
dreds of thank you letters
from schools, students and
parents.
"Knowing that someone
else gave me stuff in order to
succeed gives me one more
reason to try hard and work
for myself to obtain goals
and scholarships," wrote
Kyle Ball, a student who
received a backpack.
A single mother wrote to
Ms. Max that: "I am still
learning what it means to be
a single mom and I find it
difficult to ask for help from
time to time, when I need it."
Rising prices for gas, food
and rent are making it so
that many parents have to
choose between paying the
bills or buying school sup-
plies, Ms. Max said.
"People are really hurting
right now," she said. "Par-
ents are just trying to put
food on the table."
A $25 donation can pur-
chase one backpack, Ms.


Max said. Ms. Max said
none of the money donated
is used for overheard costs
or paperwork.
For two days in August,
volunteers will come
together to stuff the back-
packs. Guidance counselors
will pick them up to be
handed out before school
starts.
"We have close to 300 kids
packing backpacks," Ms.
Max said. "It is a true com-
munity project when people
come together."
Ms. Max said that any help
for the children is welcome.
"We appreciate whatever
help we can get right now,"
she said.
Contact the Federation at
386-672-0294. Donationsfor
this project can be mailed to:
School Supply Kits, Jewish
Federation of Volusia and
Flagler Counties, 470
Andalusia Avenue, Ormond
Beach, Florida 32174.

durrance@hometown-
newsol.com


Sheriff's Office unveils new system to track sexual offenders


Residents can sign up for e-mail alerts


BY JAMYE DURRANCE
Staff writer

VOLUSIA COUNTY -
For many people, it's hard
to go a day without check-
ing their e-mail.
And, somewhere in
between the spam and the
forwarded joke e-mails


from friends, there is actu-
ally some important infor-
mation.
For Volusia County resi-
dents, that information
could protect them and
their family, law enforce-
ment officials say.
Earlier this month, the
Volusia County Sheriff's
Office launched Offender-
Watch, a program that
allows residents to sign up
for e-mail alerts when a sex
offender moves into their
neighborhood.
"If someone is moving in
next door, you want to
know about it," said Sheriff
Ben Johnson. "We want to
know where they are."
But the director of a
Tampa Bay organization
that rehabilitates sexual
offenders, said that the
information residents get,
from sexual offender Web'
sites should be "used care-
fully."
"It should be for com-
munity safety rather than
vindictiveness," Leo P. Cot-
ter of SHARE, said.
"Harassing people is not
good for anyone."
OffenderWatch allows


residents to enter an
unlimited number of
addresses and the Sheriff's
Office will send an e-mail
when an offender has reg-
istered within one mile of
that address. This gives res-
idents the chance to enter
addresses for schools and
workplaces in addition to
their home, Sheriff John-
son said.
,Brandon Haught with the
Sheriff's Office said that
more than 140 people have
already signed up for the
alerts.
The OffendeiWatch pro-
gram is in addition to the
searchable database avail-
able on the Sheriff's Office
Web site with information
from the Florida Depart-
ment of Law Enforcement.
The information is the
same, but the Offender-
Watch makes it easier for
residents, said Lily Efrid,:
an investigator with the
Career Criminal Unit of the
Sheriff's Office.
"When there is someone
in your area, an e-mail is
sent directly to you," Ms.
Efrid said. "It's a fantastic
way to track whose coming
to your area."
The Career Criminal Unit


is in charge of tracking and
managing sexual predators
and offenders. The unit
maintains the sexual
offender database..
Currently, there are more
than 1,000 offenders listed
in Volusia County on the
Sheriff's Office Web site.
Some of those offenders
are deceased or have
moved out of state. There
are 35 sexual predators liv-
ing in the county. Thirteen
offenders are listed as
absconded, which means
their whereabouts are not
known but their last resi-
dence was inVolusia Coun-
ty.
A sexual predator is any-
one convicted of a first-
degree felony sex offense,.
capital or life offense,
while a sexual offender has
been convicted of lesser
crimes.
Both predators and
offenders are required to
register every time they
move.
The Sheriff's Office is
only required by law to
notify neighbors if a preda-
tor moves in within one
block of them. Schools and
church daycares are noti-
fied if a predator moves in


within one mile, said
Investigator Bill Wilson,
also with the Sheriff's
Office Career Criminal
Unit.
Notification to neighbor-
hoods by the Sheriff's
Office is not required when
an offender moves in.
"That's why Offender-
Watch is so nice," Mr. Wil-
son said.
The program is similar to
the one offered by the
Florida Department of Law
Enforcement but Offender-
Watch is specific to Volusia
County, Ms. Efrid said.
There is also a national sex
offender registry database
with information compiled
from various agencies.
Mr. Cotter said instead of
using the information from
these sites to harass sexual
offenders who moves into
their neighborhood, he
hopes residents will
instead keep an eye on the
offenders from a distance
and report any wrongdoing
to the proper authorities.
"We want them (offend-
ers) to make a good com-
munity adjustment," he
said. "They are less likely to
re-offend."
Investigator Efrid said


law enforcement enters
additional information
about the offenders into
the program, such as car
registration information,
that's is not made available
to the public.
"They are tools for us,"
she said. "It makes for real-
ly good search abilities."
Having this information
available to law enforce-
ment is important in the
event of an emergency.
"If something happens,
they're the first people we
look at," said Mr. Wilson.
The Sheriff's Office said
the information is key for
residents to have.
"We want to get the
information out there," Ms.
Efrid said. "It's very impor-
tant."
To sign up for Offender-
Watch or search the sex
offenders database, go to
http://volusia.org/sheriff/.
Click ot rthe "sex offenders'
tab on the left side of thE
page and then click on
"Email Alerts."
Contact the Career Crim-
inal Unit at 386-248-178b
with any questions.

durrance@hometown-
newsol.com


Property appraiser Gilreath honored


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

A damage assessment
model developed in the
aftermath of Hurricane Kat-
rina has won an award for
Morgan B. Gilreath Jr., Volu-
sia County property
appraiser
The Integrated Damage
Assessment Model has been
recognized for improving
government service and
saving tax dollars.
Mr. Gilreath received the
Prudential-Davis Productiv-


ity Award June 3 at the State
Department of Emergency
Management in Tallahassee.
This is the second honor
for the IDAM, which earned
Mr: Gilreath the 2006 Al
Bragg Leadership Award at
the Governor's Hurricane
conference.
Mr. Gilreath and members
of his staff began developing
the model when they spent
five weeks volunteering with
the City of Long Beach and
Harrison County, Miss.,
after Katrina. It is now avail-


able free of charge for use by
cities and counties through-
out Florida. Jurisdictions in
33 other states have request-
ed copies of the model.
The damage assessment
model allows appraisers to
enter "pre-disaster" data on
all properties. Damage esti-
mates can be entered on
laptop computers for each
individual property with a
mouse click as appraisal
staffers visit the disaster
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allows property appraisers,
other governmental officials
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Austin Reinhardt, 8, of
Daytona Beach, picks up
444 some freebies from the
,.Volusia County Health
"Department booth at
Ready Night at Jackie
SRobinson Ballpark last
... week. The evening event
taught Daytona Cubs fans
about preparing for
.. emergencies.








Photo by Bethany Chambers


'Ready Night' recruits emergency volunteers


Baseball fans get
a crack at free
disaster
preparation kits
BY BETHANY CHAMBERS
Staff writer
VOLUSIA COUNTY On
a recent evening at Jackie
Robinson Ballpark, thou-
sands of fans gathered for
baseball and fireworks
under a vast, hazy blue sky.
Nothing went wrong,
except for the Daytona Cubs
losing a game.
But something could have
gone wrong: a fire, flood, car
accident, terrorist attack,
anything.
With the risk of calamity
large and small always
looming, representatives
from V6lusia County Citizen
Corps and Volusia County
Emergency Management
hosted "Ready Night" at the
ballpark last week on the eve
of hurricane season.
Ready Night invited Cubs
fans to learn how to prepare
and respond to emergencies.
The night was part of the
national Ready campaign,
an initiative developed by
the U.S. Department of
Homeland Security follow-
ing the Sept. 11, 2001 terror-


ist attacks.
Citizen Corps, a govern-
ment-sanctioned volunteer
group that helps local law
enforcement, handed out
information on hurricane
and thunderstorm survival
and "ready kit" preparation
checklists.
"During a disaster, the first
responders will be over-
whelmed," said Connie Van-
Brocklin, Citizen Corps
coordinator for the United
Way. "Everyone needs to be
prepared to take care of
themselves for two or three
days (after a disaster). Volun-
teers help each other and
their neighbors, reducing
reliance on the govern-
ment."
Citizen Corps was recruit-
ing residents to join the
Community Emergency
Response Team, or CERT.
CERT volunteers receive
training directly from EMTs,
police and fire personnel.
Volusia County has hun-
dreds of CERT volunteers,
Ms. VanBrocklin said. Ideal-
ly, 10 percent of the popula-
tion would be trained to go
door-to-door in a disaster.
One of those volunteers is
Charlie Blackburn, who
trained for CERT with the
Daytona Beach Police
Department.
His training came in


handy after the tornadoes of
Christmas Day 2006, -he
said.
"I live in the Nova Road
apartments (that were hit),"
he said. "I was there before
the police and was making
sure everybody was
accounted for and OK.
."Because of the training I
got, I feel in control of these
situations," Mr. Blackburn
said. "It also gives *me a
sense of satisfaction helping
my community."
As an added bonus to the
day, fans were invited to sign
up to win one of nine ready
kits from the county and the
local Red Cross chapter.
They included hygiene and
first aid kits, blankets, flash-
lights, ponchos, gloves, duct
tape .and non-perishable
foods. The Daytona' Beach
Police Department also raf-
fled off 15 weather radios.
There were also plenty of
informational brochures
and freebies for the fans.
Daytona Beach residents
Deloris and Jerry Bouldin
picked up window stickers
from the Daytona Beach
Fire Department that they
can use to show what room
their 11-month-old grand-
daughter Aaliyah McMillian
sleeps in when she visits.
The stickers direct firefight-
ers to children who may be


trapped in a burning home.
"I doubt that many people
are prepared," Ms. Bouldin
said, noting a fire at a rela-
tive's house was an eye-
opener for her.
For any disaster, but per-
haps especially fire, it is
important for families to
have evacuation plans and
know what to take with
them, said Red Cross assis-
tant director of emergency
services Theresa Evans.
"People know what to
take, but they forget two
types of ID," she said. "Out-
of-state or winter residents
need to take a (power) bill
with their billing address in
addition to a driver's license.
Vacationers need a motel
card or bill so they can
receive help, too."
Along with CERT and Citi-
zen Corps, the Red Cross,
Volusia Amateur Radio
Emergency Community Ser-
vice team and the Volusia
County Health Depart-
ment's Medical Reserve
Corps are also recruiting
volunteers.
For more information visir
www~v.volusiacitizencorps.or
g or call the United I'ay tol-
unreer center at 386-253-
0563.

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Lifeguards
working overtime
Despite persistent rip
currents, Beach Patrol
only made a handful of
rescues this past week.
Even though the beach
was crowded over the
weekend, swimmers and
surfers, thankfully, stayed
safe. Beach Patrol, with
summer workers back on
duty, can double the
numbers of towers they
open, typically between
75 and 80 during busy
times.
The beach staff is still
struggling with the loss of a
swimmer off New Smyrna
Beach over Memorial Day
weekend. Lifeguards were
thrilled to rescue two
swimmers who were in
trouble near the Flagler
approach, but as they
neared shore, those
swimmers said another
boy was still out there. An
all-out search proved
fruitless, and the 15-year-
old victim was found
drowned several hours
later.
Captain Scott Petersohn
told WESH 2 a loss like that
hits the entire staff hard,
but is particularly tough to
take for many of the young
part-time lifeguards,
feeling helpless in the face
of death. Capt. Petersohn
said under those circum-
stances, they always do a
de-briefing and offer
counseling to everyone
involved in the rescue.

Precious gas
easily stolen
As the price of gas
continues to rise, police
said we are seeing the
crime of the time. Thieves
have figured out a way to
break into gas pumps,
access the electronics


CLAIRE METZ
WESH-TV News
bureau chief
inside and fill up for free.
Daytona Beach has seen at
least four of these kinds of
thefts, but other areas are
reporting the same scam.
Someone goes in and pre-
pays a nominal amount of
gas to get the pump turned
on. Typically, someone else
is already outside with
tools to open the front of
the gas pump to manipu-
late the electronics so that
it doesn't register that any
gas is being pumped. The
thieves have several cars
lined up to take advantage,
and before station clerks
realize it, they're out a
couple of hundred dollars.
Sgt. Bill Rhodes with
Daytona Beach Police
Department said it's
possible his city's thefts are
the work of a ring out of
South Florida, but he said
the knowledge to access
the pumps seems to be
growing among those who
would take advantage.

The value of copper
causes crime
Daytona Beach police
said the economy may be
driving a number of recent
crimes, including metal
thefts where copper is key!
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Sons of the Beaches
to meet June 9

Sons of the Beaches will
meet to discuss the elimi-
nation of beach tolls at 6
p.m., Monday, June 9, at
Sunsplash Park on A1A in
Daytona Beach.
The public may attend.
Food and beverages will
be provided.

Local student
receives $1,500
scholarship
The Daytona Beach
Leadership Council 'has
awarded its 10th annual
Daytona Beach Leader-
ship Council Scholarship
to Erin Potter of Seabreeze
High School. Erin will be
presented a $1,500 schol-
arship at the Leadership
Daytona Graduation Din-
ner on Thursday, June 5.
Erin was awarded the
scholarship based on
grades, involvement in
school and community
activities, goals and ambi-
tion and financial need.
She will attend Northeast-
ern University.
The Daytona Beach
Leadership Council is
comprised of Leadership
Daytona graduates.


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Through this scholarship,
the organization is assist-
ing a Tomorrow's Leaders
graduate in furthering his
or her education and in
preparing for future lead-
ership roles in the com-
munity. The Tomorrow's
Leaders program is spon-
sored by FUTURES Foun-
dation for Volusia County
Schools.
The Daytona Beach
Leadership Council also
contributes $1,000 yearly
to FUTURES Foundation.
For more information,
call (386) 255-6475 or
(386) 427-5223, Ext. 20236.

Local volunteer
helps secure grant
for disaster pre-
paredness

Thanks to the volunteer
work of John Heidel, the
United Way ofVolusia-Fla-
gler Counties was awarded
a $2,500 grant from the
Morgan Stanley Founda-
tion.
Morgan Stanley honors
employees who report 24
volunteer hours or more to
the community. In addi-
tion, there are annual Top
Ten Volunteer awards. This
year, Mr. Heidel was
selected as one of those


recipients. In return, one
$7,500 and nine $5,000
charitable grants were
given to the nonprofit
organization of choice for
those employees with the
highest number of report-
ed volunteer hours.
Mr. Heidel has been a
longtime supporter of the
United Way of Volusia-Fla-
gler Counties and serves
as a volunteer board mem-
ber and allocations volun-
teer. The United Way is
able to support more than
85 programs in 45 agen-
cies throughout the com-
munity and to provide
direct services through
programs such as 2-1-
1/First Call for Help and
the Volunteer Center.
This grant has been ear-
marked to cover some of
the initial startup costs of
the new United in Disas-
ters program, a, way to
help the community pre-
pare for, respond to and
recover from disasters.
The grant money will help
to fund the supplies and
materials need for volun-
teer reception centers.
For more information,
visit the Web site at
www.unitedway-vfc.org.

Millions of dollars
obtained through
VITA program

This past tax season,
Campaign for Working
Families continued to pro-
vide free tax preparation
at eight volunteer income
tax assistance sites in
Volufsia and Flagler coun-
ties. In addition, two
mobile sites were added to
provide on-site tax prepa-
ration to community cen-
ters and nonprofit agen-
cies. Ninety-six volunteers
donated more than 7,000
hours of.time.
This year's results:
*2,998. individuals and
families used a VITA site to
assist with filing 2007 tax
forms. This represented a
52 percent increase over
2006.
*$2,791,614 in refunds
were processed, a 52 per-
cent increase from 2006.
*$1,565,296 in EITC and
child tax credit refunds
were obtained, represent-
ing a 28 percent increase
from 2006.
The economic impact to
the two counties based on
the above, using a multi-
plier of 2.5 times the origi-
nal dollars, is $6,979,036.
Dollars saved by taxpayers
for free filing based on
average cost of $150 per
return was $449,700. Mul-


CELEBRATING 100 YEARS


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Josie Riedel of Daytona Beach serves tea to guests during the Abigail Bartholomew
Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution 100th Birthday celebration at the
former Chapter House in Daytona Beach on May 31.



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Randy Barber/staff photographer
The local Abigail Bartholomew Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution
celebrated its 100th Birthday at the former Chapter House in Daytona Beach on May
31.


tiply by 2.5, the communi-
ty impact in dollars was
$1,124,250.
Campaign for Working
Families was started in
May 2004 by a grant from
the Annie E. Casey Foun-
dation.

Board accepting
citizen applications

The Volusia County
Council is seeking appli-
cations from individuals
who wish to serve as a citi-
zen member of the value
adjustment board..
This is a volunteer posi-
tion and the appointee
will serve without com-
pensation or expense
reimbursement. The
appointment is for
approximately one year,
and the appointee may
serve multiple terms by.


annual appointment. of
the County Council.
The VAB considers and
renders a decision on
appeal petitions relating
to property value assess-
ments, classifications and
exemptions. One citizen
member is appointed by
the County Council and
one is appointed by the
School Board.
Persons wishing to apply
must meet the following
qualifications:
*Must own homestead
property in Volusia Coun-
ty.
*May not be a member
or an employee of any tax-
ing authority.
*May not' be a person
who represents property
owners in any administra-
tive or judicial review of
property taxes.
*May not be an elected
official, appointed state,


county or municipal office
holder, employee of coun-
ty government or current-
ly serving on a county
advisory board.
The VAB generally meets
three to five times during
the tax year, and each
meeting is usually less
than one hour.
To serve on the board, a
copy of the application is
available at http://volu-
sia.org/co untycouncilladvi
sory.htm#application.
Interested persons
should fill out the applica-
tion form and return it to
Marcy Zimmerman, Volu-
sia County Deputy Clerk,
at MZimmerman@co.volu-
sia.fl.us no later than Fri-
day, June 13.
For more information,
call (386) 822-5062, Ext.
2398.

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POLICE REPORTS


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

Daytona Beach
Police Department

*Lavar Corbitt Andrews,
30, of 641 McCormick St.,
Daytona Beach, was arrested
May23 on charges of the sale
of cocaine. Bail was set at
$1,500.
*Frederick Gennett, 47, of
30 S. Hollywood Ave., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
May 23 on charges of unlaw-
ful possession of a con-
trolled substance. No bail
was set.
*Ernest Brooks, 48, of 134
S. Coates St., Daytona Beach,
was arrested May 23 on
charges of unlawful posses-
sion of a controlled sub-
stance. Bail was set at $3,000.
*Bryan Teronce Nelson, 27,
of 315 Wilder Blvd., Daytona
Beach, was arrested May 23
on charges of possession of
cocaine. Bail was set at
$3,000.
*Broderick Lekeith Nelson,
25, of 315 Wilder St., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
May23 on charges of the sale
of cocaine within 1,000 feet
of a place of worship. Bail
was set at $10,000.
*Paul Stephen Magella, 56,
of 735 McCarthur St., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
May 23 on charges of posses-
sion of cocaine. Bail was set
at $1,500.
*Tammy Ann Smith, 40, of
200 San Juan Ave., No. 2,
Daytona Beach, was arrested
May 24 on charges of solicit-
ing to commit prostitution.
Bail was set at $1,500.
*Khaliq A. Sheikh, 42, of
1938 Golfview Blvd., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
May '24 on charges of
abuse/neglect of a disabled
adult. Bail was set at $1,500.
*Philip Williams, 21, of 704
Kentucky St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested May 24
on charges of the sale/pos-


session of a controlled sub-
stance. Bail was set at
$10,000.
*Thomas A.
Hettmansperger, 28, of 643
Mulberry St., Apt. 1, Daytona
Beach, was arrested May 24
on charges of the sale of
cocaine. Bail was set at
$10,000.
*Maurice Dwayne Hinson,
29, of 1830 S. Clyde Morris
Blvd., No. 48, Daytona
Beach, was arrested May 24
on charges of armed robbery
and burglary to a con-
veyance with battery. Bail
was set at $30,000.
*Brian Smith, 19, of 9 Star-
ling Drive, Daytona Beach,
was arrested May 24 on
charges of armed robbery.
Bail was set at $15,000.
*Robert Lee Hubbard, 23,
of 307 Taylor Road, Daytona
Beach, was arrested May 24
on charges of unlawful pos-
session of a controlled sub-
stance. Bail was set at $1,000.
*Franklin Deland Boston
III, 22, of 674 Kingston Ave.,
Daytona Beach, was arrested
May 26 on charges of posses-
sion of cocaine. Bail was set
at $2,000.
*Bennie Lee White Jr., 27,
of 418 N. Caroline St., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
May 26 on charges of
domestic aggravated battery.
No bail was set.
*Douglas Michael Stebnis-
ki, 40, of 624 S. Atlantic Ave.,
No. 220, Daytona Beach, was
arrested May 26 on charges
of aggravated battery. Bail
was set at $1,500.
*Iris W Sandlin, 46, of 541
Foote Court, Daytona Beach,
was arrested May 28 on
charges of aggravated
domestic battery. No bail
was set.
*Youlanda M. Polite, 34, of
600 S. Beach St., Apt. 312M,
Daytona Beach, was arrested
May 28 on charges of burgla-
ry. Bail was set at $2,500.
*Bruce Leonard Johnson,
55, of 535 Loomis Ave., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
May 28 on charges of posses-
sion of cocaine. Bail was set
at $1,000.


*Benjamin Laron Hawkins,
35, of 600 S. Beach St., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
May 28 on charges of burgla-
ry. Bail was set at $5,000.
*Marquita A. Green, 19, of
1060 Hampton Road, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
May29 on charges of posses-
sion of cannabis. No bail was
set.
*Samantha Celeste Moore,
29, of 2234 S. Peninsula
Drive, Daytona Beach, was
arrested May 29 on charges
of possession of cocaine.
Bail was set at $2,250.
*Nekia A. Jones, 20, of 421
School St., Daytona Beach,
was arrested May 29 on
charges of armed home
invasion, armed carjacking
and false imprisonment. Bail
was set at $60,000.
*Ozell Knighton, 52, of 601
Bill France Blvd., No. 1501,
Daytona Beach, was arrested
May 29 on charges of burgla-
ry. No bail was set.
*Shawn Richard Farrow,
44, of 504Vermont Ave., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
May 29 on charges of posses-
sion of cocaine. No bail was
set.
*Reggie B. Anderson, 44, of
552 Spruce St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested May 29
on charges of possession of
cannabis. No bail was set.
*Willie FrankWalker III, 22,
of 1209 Kennedy Road, Apt.
25, Daytona Beach, was
arrested May 29 on charges
of grand theft. Bail was set at
$2,500.
*Calvin Lamont Wilson, 21,
of 1600 Attucks Court, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
May 29 on charges of posses-
sion of schedule II narcotic
with intent to distribute. Bail
was set at $20,000.
*Bruce Adam Hogg, 43, of
900 Kathy St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested May 29
on charges of tampering
with evidence and posses-
sion of cocaine. Bail was set
at $4,500.

Holly Hill
Police Department

*Donald Scott Skinkle, 38,


of 1565 Hammock Drive, A,
Holly Hill, was arrested May
25 on charges of aggravated
domestic assault. No bail
was set.
*Doris Driggers, 48, of 403
Ridgewood Ave., No. 2, Holly
Hill, was arrested May 27 on
charges of possession of
cocaine and possession of a
controlled substance. Bail
was set at $3,500.

Volusia County
Sheriffs Office

*Celeste Ann Stalnaker, 41,
of PO. Box 263125, Daytona
Beach, was arrested May 23
on charges of obtaining
property with a returned
check. No bail was set.
*Tanadia Alez Cormier, 21,
of 1955 Carlston Houseway,
Holly Hill, was arrested May
23 on charges of possession
of cocaine. Bail was set at
$3,000.
*Robin Carl Rodger, 57, of
105 Brookhollow Circle,
Daytona Beach, was arrested
May 23 on charges of operat-
ing a chop shop, invalid VIN
number on Camaro, invalid
VIN number on Chevelle,
title fraud on orange Camaro
and red Chevelle and grand
theft auto on blue Camaro,
orange Camaro and red
Chevelle. Bail was set at
$20,000.
*Gregory Bernard Lee,
39, of 378 Weaver St., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
May 23 on charges of man-
ufacturing cocaine and
possession of cocaine with
intent to distribute. Bail
was set at $50,500.
*Lamont Desmond Stan-
ley, 25, of 1600 Stocking St.,
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed May 24 on charges of
the sale of cocaine. Bail
was set at $5,000.
eBetty J. Murray, 46, of
1231 Linda Lane, Daytona
Beach, was arrested May
25 on charges of fugitive
from justice. No bail was
set.
*Lee Ardis Wiley III, 31,
of 1648 Stocking St., Day-


Incident: bank robbery
Location:
SunTrust Bank, 113 E.
Granada Blvd.
City: Ormond Beach
Date of incident: April 8
Time of incident:
4:18 p.m.
Wanted person:
unknown white male

Crime Stoppers of
Northeast Florida is
seeking information on
the identity of a man
who robbed the Sun-
Trust Bank on East
Granada Boulevard in
Ormond Beach on April
8.
The suspect- entered
the bank, displayed a
note to a teller and
implied he had a
weapon, although none
was seen. The suspect
left the bank with an
undisclosed amount of
money and was last
seen on a bicycle head-
ing in a northerly direc-
tion behind the bank.


tona Beach, was arrested
May 29 on charges of sell-
ing and possession of
cocaine. Bail was set at
$10,000.
*Leroy Gadson Jr., 50, of
521 Cannon St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested May
29 on charges of the sale of
cocaine. Bail was set at
$10,000.
*Benjamin Roberts, 22,
of 1077 Peter Road, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested


Judging by the surveil-
lance photos, the sus-
pect appeared to be in
his mid-50s and about 5
feet, 4 inches and 130
pounds, with a grayish
beard and mustache. He
was last seen wearing
blue jeans, a brown T-
shirt, sunglasses and a
blue sports cap.
Anyone with informa-
tion on the identity of
the suspect is asked to
call Crime Stoppers toll-
free at (888) 277-TIPS.
Callers to Crime Stop-
pers will remain anony-
mous and can qualify
for a reward of up to
$1,000.


May 29 on charges of the
sale of cocaine. Bail was set
at $10,000.

Florida
Highway Patrol

*Nathan Jacob Jones, 19,
of 560 Magnolia Ave., No. 4,
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed May 26 on charges of
fleeing/attempting to elude.
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Callers are asked to refrain from making slanderous
statements. Statements offact will be checked for
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Happy memories at Main Street pier
It was interesting to read that the city of Daytona
Beach might take over the Main Street pier.
The pier has meant a lot to the locals for many years.
My mom and dad met there in 1930 when Mom was 14
and on vacation from New York state, and Dad, a charter
member of the volunteer Life Guard Corps., was 16. He
was shining the lights on the dance floor, and it was love
at first sight. They eloped two years later in Bunnell.
My grandfather and uncle spent many happy hours
catching long strings of fish from there.
Memories.

Ormond Beach budget solutions

Ormond Beach city officials are asking for suggestions
from residents regarding how the city can save money,
thereby reducing the budget. Listed below are a few sug-
gestions for starters.
1) All city employee salaries more than $80,000 per
year be reduced by 25 percent. All city employee salaries
more than $50,000 per year be reduced by 10 percent.
There are many qualified individuals who would per-
form well for those reduced salaries if current employ-
ees leave.
2) Increase Ormond Beach Airport usage fees and
property rental fees to a realistic 2008 level. Currently,
only a few residents with airplanes use the airport while
all residents pay the bills. It is a very unfair practice.
3) Eliminate the current practice of purchasing exces-
sive police vehicles that are then parked at numerous
private business locations. Taxpayers' money should not
be used to supply security for private business. More
than 25 vacant police vehicles can be seen at any given
time. The city should purchase and maintain the correct
numbers of police vehicles for proper patrol only.
4) Eliminate the funding for profit and nonprofit
organizations.
5) Place off-beach parking proposals and city beautifi-
ca-T projects on hold.
i6i)Place a cap on city employee o-ertime earnings at a
'- percent level or payback in time only.: ;
71 Do not have fire trucks respond to sick cases at
home. This is a waste of gas and personnel; an ambu-
lance would suffice. In addition, a small vehicle should
be used to check fire hydrants.
The result of implementing the above would be no
employee lay-offs and no reduction br elimination of
city services.
SMore money-saving ideas are coming.

Fly the flag high and proudly
1 live in New Smyrna Beach and was out for a day on
the water with family by Ponce Inlet. Sunday and Mon-.
day were beautiful, and after two days of water sports
and celebration in the evening with fireworks, I've final-
ly relaxed at my computer.
Here is a question and observation I had for Memorial
Day: Quite a number of boats had the skull and cross-
bones ("Jolly Roger") flag up high and proud, most even
had it above the American flag or didn't even have an
American flag flying. Since it was Memorial Day, I
thought it was the honoring of the military men and
women who have sacrificed their lives for this country
and our freedom and beliefs. In honor of them, are we
not to fly the flag of this country and pay tribute?
Just wondering what people are thinking.

A thanks for dutiful officers

I'd like to thank the Edgewater police chief and his
officers for doing a good job on India Palm Drive May 23.
If more people would report more problems where they
live, this would be a better city to live in, where we
wouldn't have to be afraid for our children to play out-
side for fear a speeding car is going to hit them or be
afraid of "bad elements" influencing our kids or stealing
from us or whatever the problem may be where you live.


If more people would quit complaining about things
and take action, it would greatly improve the city. We
want the police to help us, but we, must realize that
sometimes, we need to help them help us. They are
doing a truly great job.
Keep up the good work, Chief Bennett, and all of our
Edgewater police officers.
Thank you.

Dog owners just want fairness

I would like to express my appreciation to Volusia
County and New Smyrna Beach officials for their intelli-
gent approach to the issues at the Dunes Park. I had
stopped going when I realized that I would have to pay
full price for less than half of the park if I took my dogs
there.
Recently, I was informed that there were some changes
at the park. I went back and my first trip was without my
dogs. I found out that the park manager had been moved
to a different park. While I agree that people who bring
their dogs to the park should obey the rules, I also agree
that there was a lack of proper management.
Dunes Park is a wonderful addition to the beach. It
gives people a place to take their dogs to enjoy the beach
with them. I. still feel that if the dog owners are,:only
going to be allowed the smaller portion of the beach,
they should only have to pay half p'ric'. "
I also feel that if foot patrols were done at various
times during the day, the off-leash problem would come
to an end. If people knew that they could be caught dis-
obeying the rules, they would probably stick to them. As
long as the rule is in place with no enforcement, the
problem will still exist.
On my second'trip to the park with our dogs, my hus-
band and I noticed that there were several people there
with dogs. All were on leashes. Everyone was having a
great time. I have heard from several people that dogs
are once again allowed all the way to the jetty, but the
signs are still up that say they can't go that far. I think it
would be good for someone to clear that issue up. This is
the only place to take dogs to the beach unless you drive
to Ponce Inlet.
Responsible dog owners should be able to enjoy the
beach with their dogs the same as families can enjoy the
beach with their children. I think that what most of the
dog owners have been asking for is fairness. Maybe we
might have a chance to get that fairness.

Too many beach patrollers?

I am reading in print and watching on the news that
cars are getting stuck in the sand in Daytona Beach. It's
our beach patrol that spends all of its time pulling all of
these automobiles out of the deep sand.
We as taxpayers are paying very good salaries and bene-
fits to beach patrol. We are also supporting the use of
expensive vehicles.
If beach patrol can spend all of this time just pulling
cars out of the sand, surely we can do a cutback in staff.
.The wear and tear on the trucks is unacceptable.
A private contractor can go around and pull cars out
and charge the people, but this waste of taxpayer dollars
is unacceptable. Evidently, there is a surplus. It's time to
look at the staffing and see what we can do without.

Plenty of raves

In the May 23 paper, someone complained that there
are not enough raves.
I for one would like to rave in a very positive way and
thank Hometown News profusely for publishing this col-
umn. To see in print topics that get under my skin helps to


lower my blood pressure.
Where else can someone complain about brainless
humans allowing their cats to roam?
SWhere else can someone state their point of view over
noisy neighbors?
Where else can we suggest solutions to the energy crisis?
Where else can we give wildlife a voice?
Where else can the opinions of locals slaw the vote over
a mayor's intent to help developers destroy the beach with
high rises?
I could go on and on, but I think you get my jest.
Thank you, thank you for printing Rants & Raves. It's a
great column and my favorite.

Bank accounts not just for the wealthy

In response to the writer who is upset about getting
their tax rebate late: You don't have to be rich to have a
bank account.
It's really sad that any American in 2008 thinks that only
rich people can have a bank account! You can open a
bank account for free or as little at $25, get a check card
and direct deposit all for free! I've had a.bank account
since I was 15, and I surely wasn't rich!
Shouldn't it take longer for a check printed, stuffed in
an envelope and mailed than it does for direct deposit?
Just because \ou haven't,opened a free bank account, do
you think that the government should hold on to my
money longer just so we get our refunds at the same
time? That's so silly!
Please, open a bank account at your local credit union
or check out a big name bank. Talk to the representative
about all your options.
As for my tax rebate check, I'd rather bring home my
entire paycheck and pay the government through the fair
tax than worry about getting some of my hard earned
money back later. Then we could all "afford" bank
accounts!

Your time will come

Shame on the person "outraged" about not getting the
tax rebate check until July.
Firstly, the IRS sent out a notice to all taxpayers that
checks would start going out in May, alphabetically by last
name.
Additionally, if it had been up to the Democrats, there
would be no rebate checks at all.

In response to "In response
to 'Republican woes'"

I would like to correct the writer by telling him/her
that the Democrats took control of Congress and, the
Senate during the mid-term elections of 2006, which, if
you do the math, is closer to a year and a half. Though
they have a majority in both, they do not have enough of
a majority to override the president's veto power
because the voting block of the Republican Party refuses
to let go of the failed policies that got us into the mess we
are in.
Lies about weapons of mass destruction got us into a
war that is breaking the government's budget. Republi-
cans' lack of regulation resulted in the banking crisis
caused by sub-prime lending.
Then there is that energy policy that Republican "good
old boy" Dick Cheney and oil execs put together and
went to court to keep it a secret. Go figure.
If you want to tell it like it really is, do the math.The
way things add up, it looks like our problems are Repub-
lican in source.


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Common weed killer: Boon


to farmers or health hazard?


BY JEANNE WILLARD
Staff writer
VOLUSIA COUNTY A
life-long fascination with
frogs has led a biologist to
call for a ban on a weed-
killer commonly used on
corn and other crops in the
United States.
Tyrone Hayes recently
spoke at the North Ameri-
can Hazardous Materials
Management Association
district conference at the
Hilton Daytona Beach
Oceanfront Resort.
He told attendees that his
amphibian research shows
that exposure to the herbi-
cide atrazine turns male
frogs into reproductivelyy
functionless hermaphro-
dites" and suggests that
adverse effects may extend
to humans and could be
linked to prostate and
breast cancer.
His outspoken views have
placed him at odds with
industry-giant Syngenta
Corporation a major pro-
ducer and world-wide dis-
tributor of atrazine..
Syngenta officials dispute
his claim, calling his
research "flawed."
"I figure if the chemical
industry doesn't want me to
do something, it must be
the right thing to do," Mr.
Hayes said.
NAHMMA is a national
organization that addresses
environmental issues relat-
ed to waste disposal, said
Stephanie Rochow, Volusia
County Environmental
Management specialist.
Having studied and pub-
lished papers on the effects
of atrazine on frogs in both
the lab and the field, Mr.
Hayes said he was initially
content to let his research
speak for itself, but became
an advocate after what he
calls industry attempts to
discredit his work.
"I was letting science


speak for
itself," he
said, "but
money was
talking."
After
receiving a
bachelor's
and mas-
ter's degree
in biology
from Har- Hayes
vard Uni-
versity, Mr. Hayes
earned a doctorate
degree at the University of
California where he is cur-
rently a professor in the
department of integrative
biology.
There are 38 papers that
show atrazine's adverse
affect on amphibians with
only five studies suggesting
it has no affect and the
chemical is banned in
Europe, he said.
He is also concerned
about people from lower
socio-economic classes
who are more likely to be
employed and live in areas
exposed to pesticides and
may not have access to sci-
entific papers to make an
informed decision, he said.
Introduced in 1959,
atrazine attacks a broad
spectrum of weeds and is
used primarily on corn and
grain sorghum.
"Farmers have been
using it for a very long
time," said Sherry Ford,
Syngenta spokesperson.
Syngenta is a "stand-
alone company dedicated
solely to agriculture not
pharmaceuticals," she said.
The product is used in
over 70 countries and is
also found in 45 pre-mixed
herbicides, she said.
The product is safe, she
maintains.
"In the 50 years that it's
been on the market, more
studies have been done on
atrazine than on any other
herbicide product on the

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market today," she said.
Ms. Ford said that the
EPA evaluated Mr. Hayes
studies and found the evi-
dence to be inconclusive,
asking Syngenta to do addi-
tional studies.
Two studies using over
3,000 frogs were completed
by Syngenta in Germany
and the United States, she
said.
"There were no effects
from atrazine exposure on
the frogs," she said.
In a 2006 memorandum
outlining it's review of
atrazine, the EPA writes
"The Agency has found
that there is a reasonable
certainty that no harm will
result to the general U.S.
population...from aggre-
gate exposure (from food,
drinking water, and non-
occupational sources) to
cumulative residues of
atrazine."
Mr. Tyrone disagrees
with the EPA assessment.
"I believe my work," he
said. "It's not just my data
we are talking about. There
are over 40 papers showing
problems in animals other
than amphibians."
Mr. Hayes said that peo-
ple who are concerned can
go to his web site at
www.atrazinelovers.com
for more information.
"The single most impor-
tant thing to do is to take
action," he said. "Write to
local representatives and
Syngenta."
Minnesota Congressman
Keith Ellison has sponsored
a bill to ban Atrazine, Mr.
Tyrone said.
There are water filters on
the market that will remove
pesticides, but that doesn't
protect farm workers and
field workers," he said.
"A filter... doesn't protect
them from exposure and
doesn't protect the envi-
ronment," he said.


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Local attorney
contributes
to new book

The Florida Bar recently
announced the publica-.
tion of "Florida Eminent
Domain Practice and Pro-
cedure, Seventh Edition."
EA. (Alex) Ford Jr., an
attorney and shareholder
in the law firm of Landis
Graham French in Day-
tona Beach, co-authored
the update to chapter six:
"Initial Procedures,
Defenses, and Pleadings
by Owner."
Mr. Ford, whose areas of
concentration include
representing landowners
in condemnation and
eminent domain and zon-
ing and land use, has been
with the firm since 1983.
The law firm of Landis
Graham French has roots
in Volusia County that
date back more than 100


years. It is the oldest law
firm in Volusia County.

Improvement
matching grants
awarded

The Holly Hill Commu-
nity Redevelopment Advi-
sory Board awarded five
commercial property
improvement matching
grants on May 28:
Cates Lighting Center,
1750 Ridgewood Ave., was
given $5,000 for pressure
cleaning, painting, trash
receptacle enclosure and
fence improvements esti-
mated to cost $10,000 and
was given $2,925 for land-
scape and irrigation
improvements estimated
to cost $3,900.
The Holly Hill Chamber
of Commerce, 1056
Ridgewood Ave., was
awarded $287.50 for vinyl
siding upgrades estimat-


ed to cost $575.
Motorsport Marketing
Inc., 915 Ridgewood Ave.,
was granted $10,000 for
several exterior enhance-
ments estimated to cost
$54,490.
Albert and Diane
Marzilli, 240 Ridgewood
Ave., were given $2,073.75
for landscape and irriga-
tion upgrades estimated
to cost $2,765.
Holly Hill businesses
and single-family resi-
dential properties located
between or near the Flori-
da East Coast Railroad
and Ridgewood Avenue or
along Ridgewood Avenue,
Mason Avenue or LPGA
Boulevard are eligible for
improvement matching
grant programs.
The grant paperwork is
on the city's Web site at
www.hollyhillfl.org and
may be downloaded by
clicking on the CRA page.
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Local group sowing community gardens


First location just taking root
BY BETHANY CHAMBERS thing you're saying, 'I'm
Staff writer doing this for myself,'" he
said. "It's about empower-
DAYTONA BEACH ment.
Standing in the shade of a The North Street garden
magnolia tree one hot is a demonstration site of
afternoon recently, Joel sorts. With grants and
Tippens pointed to the donations, the North Street
future site of his first com- garden will be made avail-
munity garden. able to uptown neighbor-
It sure didn't look like hood residents, said Mr.
It sure didn't look like
much. Tippens, who lives three
much. ,blocks from the site.
For now, the lot behind blocks from the site.
the Daytona the t eh Eventually, Mr. Tippens
the Daytona Outreact hopes, those who have
Street is seen the North Street gar-
just a grassy, sandy plot of den will request gardens
nothingness. for their own homes and
But, Mr. Tippens said, if churches. The money
the lot is good enough for made from these paying
the woodpeckers, mock- customers can then fund
ingbirds, dragonflies, the North Street site and
lizards and bugs who live other inner-city gardens,
here, it should be good Mr. Tippens said.
enough for vegetables. These gardens will be
With the dig of a shovel available primarily to
last week, Mr. Tippens those who can't afford a
kicked off the first project garden, which costs about
of the nonprofit group he $250 to build, or who do
founded. not own land, Mr. Tippens
Salt of the Earth, Inc. will said.
build gardens in the Day- Working with the Halifax
tona Beach area for Urban Ministries soup
churches, neighborhoods, kitchen across the street,
schools and individuals, so he hopes to find about a
that people who are used dozen families that regu-
to supermarket-imported larly receive assistance to
vegetables can finally plant their own garden
begin reaping what they plots.
sow, Mr. Tippens said. "When families garden
"When you grow some- and grow produce, the


nutrition level of their chil-
dren just skyrockets," he
said. "In Daytona Beach,
visitors and residents alike
don't fully comprehend the
level of poverty and starva-
tion. I think people avoid
North Street altogether,
and if their life doesn't
bring them here, they don't
see it."
A self-described hippie,
Mr. Tippens, 52, visited a
commune in the 1970s and
has made several trips to
Haiti to work with peasant
farmers. He subsequently
has an aversion to the
genetically enhanced,
global agriculture busi-
ness, he said.
"Salt of the earth," is a
term that could describe
him as much as his initia-
tive. A guy eternally clad in
flowered shirts, ragtag
shorts and flipflops, Mr.
Tippens has gardened
through the years to feed
his six children.
Though he and his family
have an affinity for broc-
coli and cherry tomatoes,
the North Street garden
will have much more.
On the menu : okra,
beans, tomatoes, squash,
cucumbers, carrots, bib
lettuce, onions, arugula -
the families can grow just
about any green thing they
want to eat, Mr. Tippens


said.
Getting to that point
though, will take a few
helping hands. At about
5,000-square-feet, the
North Street garden will
need several individual
plots and about 15 com-
post bins, Mr. Tippens esti-
mates.
Right now the construc-
tion is waiting on soil sam-
ples Mr. Tippens sent to
Volusia County environ-
mental management. He'd
like to find out the land is
usable as-is no topsoil
necessary as it was sever-
al years ago when he first
gardened here.
At that time he built the
garden for clients at the
Serenity House, a drug and
alcohol treatment center a
few blocks away. Mr. Tip-
pens lost the garden when
the owner at the time put
the land up for sale.
Mr. Tippens favors
organic growing methods -
attract birds to eat the
bugs, he says and won't
use any petroleum-based
fertilizer or pesticides.
This emphasis on self-
and environmental-sus-
tainability is at the heart of
the Daytona Beach native's
project.
He looks forward to the
day he can be outside all
day long as his nonprofit
group's lead gardener


area.

"sweating in the sun," he
said.
His lack of training as a
gardener is simply a sign to
others that it's something
anyone can do and
should do, especially to
help those in need.
"The health of the center


city neighborhoods and
the health of the residents
- impacts the rest of the
city," he said, "and is
indicative of the entire
community."

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Mayor Via said he believes
board members should be
registered voters and
therefore, citizens because
they are representing and
advising elected officials.
Those who are not able to
serve on boards can always
express their opinions to
elected officials or speak on
the record at commission
meetings, he added.
"Anyone who is involved
in making decisions about
taxpayer money has to be
accountable to the voters,"
he said. "We as elected offi-
cials are accountable, and


there's no excuse for (board
members) not to be
accountable."
Civil service board mem-
ber Sheila Hancock and resi-
dent Curtis Miller both
spoke for the citizenship
requirement.
"I don't believe that any-
body that's taking a free ride
and not willing to be a citi-
zen should be an adviser to
anybody," Mr. Miller said.
This isn't about laziness,
Commissioner Mark Reed
countered.
"Anybody who resides in
this country, who works in


this country, who pays taxes
in this country," should be
able to have an opinion in
this country, he said.
Alan Riegner, a Holly Hill
business owner and mem-
ber of the CRA board, said
making citizenship require-
ments could lead to residen-
cy requirements, which
would preclude many busi-
ness owners from serving.
"If a Canadian citizen:;
owns a business here and
has a home here," the Day-
tona Beach resident said,
"he has just as much right to
be on a board as anyone."


Golf
From page Al


courses in east Volusia
County,, it could draw
leagues and tournaments
to boost the economy, he
said.
The Fabulous Florida
Tour, which Mr. Burdick
competes in with the Day-
tona Disc Drivers, hits
dozens of the state's disc
golf courses and draws
hundreds of players. Tus-
cawilla Park is hosting a
weekend tournament July
12-13.
Mr. Burdick said he
hopes Holly Hill's course
can be complete in time to
make the 2008-09 tour
when it begins in Decem-
ber.
For now, he's just disap-
pointed, he said.
"We could have built it in
a week if they'd just cut the
check," he said. "But we
can't change it."


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SIt's All About The Kids


That's just how the
process works, Mr. Reed
said.
"What I've learned is that
government doesn't move
very fast," he said.
Disc golf got its start in
California in the 1960s and
is most popular in the Mid-
west and on the east and
west coasts. The Profes-
sional Disc Golf Associa-
tion.alone has 16,000 mem-
bers and 2,600 courses
worldwide.
Disc golf courses are usu-
ally free to the public, and
the only equipment a play-
er needs is a disc or Frisbee.
That's why Mr. Beach got
involved. He offers the
sport at the city's summer
camp.
"I support anything that
provides recreation activi-
ties for the community and
doesn't cost people to play,"


he said. "People can come
to the park, picnic and play
a round of disc golf."
Making Centenniel Park a.
more "walkable" green
space was part of the CRA
master plan city officials
approved earlier this ygar.;
Having more people in the
park will, also discourage
vandalism, Mr. Reed said.
And kids of any skill level
can find fun in throwing a.
Frisbee, Mr. Burdick said.
He hopes to host youth
camps on the sport at the
park and an inter-troop
tournament for the boy and
girl scouts.
"Skinny kids, fat kids,
punk rockers ... can do this,
with their friends," he said,
"and it's better than sitting
inside with their thumbs on'
a remote."
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Joel Tippens, 52, of Daytona Beach takes soil samples
from the site of a future community garden on North
Street. Mr. Tippens founded the nonprofit group Salt of
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Students protest school cuts ,.


Texting, e-mail
part of grass-
root efforts

BY JEANNE WILLARD
Staff writer

VOLUSIA COUNTY -
When teachers at Atlantic
High School started worry-
ing about losing their jobs
due to the budget crisis, it
struck a chord with some
of the students.
"My friends and I are just
sick and tired of education
being abused in Florida,"
said student Gil Wildridge,
17. "Everyone is afraid they
are not going to have a job
next year.".
The high school junior
turned education advocate
is protesting in a way the
Millenial generation
knows best e-mailing
and text-messaging every-
one they know.
Fe is recruiting a group
of like-minded students,
family and friends to
protest legislative cuts in
property tax that are trick-


ling down to the local
level.
"We are trying to spread
a message," he said. "Our
goal is to reactivate the
conscience of the legisla-
ture."
Job loss fears are not
unfounded said Nancy
Wait, Volusia County
Schools spokesperson. The
district has been forced to
make do with less money
leading to hard choices,
she said.
"We are cutting teachers,
programs and salaries,"
she said. "We are trying to
cut everywhere we can."
Recent school district
budgetary estimates show
more than 450 positions
including teachers, sup-
port staff, clerical and cus-
-todial positions are on the
chopping block, she said.
While that doesn't trans-
late directly into 450 peo-
ple losing jobs, Ms. Wait
estimates that around 200
teacher positions may be
cut. In addition, some cer-
tified teachers working at
the district level will be
moved back into class-


rooms, she said.
The district lost 1,000
students, last year and
expects to lose an addi-
tional 1,200 students next
year, worsening the finan-
cial picture, she said.
Reasons for the loss of
students isn't clear, but
may be attributed to peo-
ple leaving the area due to
home foreclosures, high
taxes or loss of jobs, she
said.
"We don't expect it to
turn around for the next
two to three years," Ms.
Wait said.
So Gil and his friends are
also hitting the streets
employing more tradition-
al advocacy methods such
as attending city meetings
and passing out flyers to
residents.
He hopes to form a polit-
ical action committee to
affect long-term change in
the legislature.
"Even if we march on.
Tallahassee, once we leave
there is no guarantee that
what we do has a lasting
effect," he said.
Property taxes should


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Randy Barber/staff photographer
Atlantic High School seniors Gil Wildridge (right) and Khea and Kelvin Kerratt (center)
Prepare protest signs at Gil's home in Daytona Beach. Gil has started a grassroots effort
to protest the cuts in education spending due to property tax cuts.


not be cut because educa-
tion is so dependant on it,
he said.
The state sales tax and
lottery winning taxes are
an example of taxes that
could be cut without
adversely affecting educa-


tion, he said.
"I don't have any ill-will
toward the legislature," he
said. "It's simple incompe-
tence."
Cutting education is
short-sighted and threat-
ens the future of the ideals


of this country, he said.
"Without a well-educat-
ed populace, democracy
cannot continue to exist,"
he said.

Willard@hometownnew-
sol.com


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From page A3


thieves made off with 3,300
feet of copper wiring from
the roof of the JC Penny's at
Volusia Mall. The copper was
lightning-arresting material,
and as scrap, it can sell for
thousands of dollars. The
thieves were undetected as
they accessed the roof and
carried off a couple hundred
pounds of copper.

Purse snatchers
make off with
thousands
Later in the week, several
women were caught on store
surveillance, stealing bags
full of high-end purses from
Dillards Department store in
the mall. Police said the
women used distraction to
wrap their arms around 80
Coach purses and make off
with them. One of the
women kept a clerk busy
while another grabbed stock
room keys. With the help of
at least two others, they filled
store bags with the purses
and then ran out. The stolen
purses are worth about
$10,000.

Thief on the run
Volusia County Sheriff's
deputies are investigating a
robbery at a convenience
store near Ormond Beach.
Investigators said an armed
man held up a Jiffy store on
South Nova Road. The
suspect confronted a store
clerk, who cooperated and
wasn't hurt. The suspect ran
off on foot, and despite an
extensive search, he wasn't
found.

Speeding motorcyclist
kills biker
Ormond Beach police said
a bicyclist was killed when a
man on a motorcycle lost
control and slammed into
the rider, killing him. Police


said Mario Molina, 23, of
Ormond Beach, was speed-
ing north on Beach Street
just before 9 p.m. last
Saturday, when he hit a palm
tree on the east shoulder of
the road and then slammed
into a bicyclist who was .
riding south on the sidewalk.
The bicyclist, Ronnie
Davis, 32, also of Ormond
Beach, could not be revived.
Mr. Molina, the motorcyclist,
was seriously hurt and
rushed to Halifax Health
Medical Center. Police said
he is facing charges, and
they believe alcohol could
have been a factor in the
crash.

Ormond resident's
cell phone found
in stolen car
Ormond Beach police said
a 20-year-old Titusville man
had a cell phone, stolen in a
car burglary from their city,
when he was arrested in
Titusville May 31. Titusville
police arrested Cameron
Crandall on an open warrant
and said he had property in
the car that didn't belong to
him, including the cell
phone. Turns out the phone
was stolen from a car parked
at the Regal Cinema in
Ormond Beach, and police
want to be certain no one
else was victimized the same
night. If you have any
information, call the
Ormond Beach Police
Department.

Two women arrested
for shoplifting
Ormond Beach police said
television viewers helped
them identify two theft
suspects afterWESH and
other stations aired surveil-
lance video of the women,
one carrying a baby.
Police said the women
shoplifted sandals from a


Beall's Department store on
Granada Boulevard, but
things escalated when one of
the women allegedly hit a
clerk who tried to stop them.
Police said the second
woman pulled out a knife.
Angela Sumner, 20, of New
Smyrna Beach, the woman
with the baby, and Alyssa
Heidrick, 21, were arrested
and are facing a host of
charges.

Video may show man
accused of stabbing
New Smyrna Beach police
released surveillance video of
a man they call a person of
interest in a stabbing assault
May 25. Daniel Raimondo,
59, was flown to the hospital
after he was found lying in a
yard in the 100 block of North
Atlantic Avenue May 25. The
person of interest is
described as being about 6
feet tall, with short, reddish
blonde hair and may go by
the name of Jeff. WESH 2
showed video of this man as
he was caught on store
surveillance very near the
crime scene, but so far, police
have no leads.

Elementary school
receives grant
On a bright note, Indian
River Elementary school in
Edgewater is one of just more
than 100 public schools
nationwide designated to
receive a technology grant
from Hewlitt Packard. The
school and teachers are
awarded products and cash
worth more than $38,000 to
enhance learning in math
and science. They plan to
create a projectWeb site that


encourages a shared effort
dedicated to raising all
students' scores.

Teacher unions
protest cuts
Teachers, support person-
nel and many others rallied
in front ofVolusia County
School Board headquarters
recently, protesting job cuts
they say will blight the local
school landscape. Members
of all three unions represent-
ing school employees rallied
as the school board met to
consider even more cuts in
the 2008-2009 school year.
The unions blame Florida
lawmakers for failing state
students, but saidVolusia
County is eliminating too
many employees who have
personal contact with
students and said more
positions than necessary are
being cut. The district
proposes cutting more than
600 full-time jobs, including
260 teaching positions to
make up for a multi-million
dollar shortfall at the start of
the next school year.
Claire Metz is the WESH2
News bureau chieffor Volusia
andFlagler counties.


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since 1919, with over 1,200 business members from throughout
the Halifax Area. The Chamber offers informative breakfasts and
luncheons, monthly "Business After Hours", quarterly "New
Member Receptions", Committees Task Forces, Power Lunch
Leads Group and a number of other committees that are
designed to help you grow your business by keeping you
informed or by providing networking opportunities. Be sure to
check out chamber members for your product and service needs
at www.daytonachamber.com
June 7,2008 10:00 am 4:00 pm The ABC EXPO... The
Chamber Business & Consumer Expo at the Volusia Mall.
Win special door prizes valued at over $500 Prizes to be given
out every hour on the hour during the EXPO. Grand Prize
drawing valued at over $1,500 Entry forms will be available at
the stage area in front of JC Penney You must be 21 and over
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ing the City Island Farmer's Market in Daytona Beach recently.


College
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reflects these expanded
program offerings.
"Students' preference is
to go to a college, not a
community college," Mr.
Johnston said. "What's it
mean to have a four-year
degree from a community
college?"
Meli Craig, a student from
Daytona Beach Shores, said
she is considering getting
her four-year degree in
business from DBC rather
than UCF, as originally
planned.
"This institution still feels
like a community college,
with professors and the
community personally
invested in students' educa-
tion," she said. "You can get
a four-year degree and still


have a small class size. I'd
choose a community col-
lege over a large university."
"Daytona Beach College"
may even look better on a
resume, said student Dyen-
esia Murray.
"It just makes it seem like
a bigger college than it is,"
she said, "that's all."
The name change, began
appearing on signs, ads
even the Web site
www.dbc.edu after it was
approved by the board of
trustees in December.
It may be some time
before the rest of the sig-
nage, letterhead and mer-
chandise make the change,
Mr. Johnston said.
"With the current budget
cuts, it may be more finan-


cially feasible to hire a new
professor than change sig-
nage."
That's fine by Tokoya
Britt, a student from Day-
tona Beach.
"This is difficult. It's been
DBCC for the longest time.
DBC?" she asked, stumbling
over the letters. "It's confus-
ing at times."
Not only is it hard to say
DBC after years of DBCC,
Ms. Britt said, the change
also takes away some of the
college's character.
"They should have left
the community in it," she
said, "to let the community
know this is for them."

bchambers@hometown-
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Banking anytime, anywhere


Today there are more
demands on your
time than ever
before, so going to the
bank isn't always possible
or necessary. Why waste
time and gas going to the
bank to stand in line when
you can do much of your
banking anytime, any-
where online, by telephone
or using your banking
card.
Depending on the
services your bank pro-
vides, you could access
your account, pay bills and
check balances by tele-
phone, on the Internet or
with one of your bank's
other services. For people
with multi-faceted lives
and hectic schedules,
convenience is the name
of the game, and modern
banking technologies
aren't just convenient, they
save time and money.
Telephone banking:
Most banks let you access
a long list of automated
services by phone 24 hours
a day. With this conven-
ience you can:
*Check the balance on
your checking or savings
accounts
*Determine when checks
clear or deposits post to
your account
*Verify electronic
deposits such as payroll
and social security pay-
ments. With an Automated
Clearing House system,
you can also find out when
checks are automatically
deposited to your account
*Transfer funds between
your business or personal
checking or savings
accounts
*Determine the balance
on your line of credit
*Check CD and money


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Financial columnist

market rates
Call centers: You can
also call your bank for
more complex services
such as applying for a
personal line of credit,
credit card or personal
loan, getting help balanc-
ing your account or
stopping a payment. Since
this often requires speak-
ing to a banker, many
banks only offer these
services during standard
working hours, but some
provide it around the
clock.
Bank ATMs: Automated
teller machines are
everywhere now, both at
your bank's branches and
in retail and public loca-
tions. You can use a retail
ATM to get cash or check
the balance on your
checking or savings
account. Some ATM
networks charge service
fees. Bank ATMs also let
you-make transfers and
view up-to-the-minute
account information
anytime. Your bank may
not charge a fee if you use
an ATM it owns, so save
yourself some money by
asking where your bank's
ATMs are located.
Electronic services: To


get more time to do what
you really want to, take
advantage of services such
as direct deposit and
automatic deduction. Use
direct deposit to electroni-
cally deposit any regular
monthly income such as
your salary, pension, Social
Security or supplemental
security income benefits
- into your checking,
money market, NOW or
savings account. Automat-
ic deductions are ideal for
making regular payments
such as your rent or
mortgage, utility bill or
* savings plan deposit.
Online banking: Bank
Web sites have expanded,
allowing you to manage
your finances with a
minimum of hassle, plus
save time and money.
Some services you may
find on your bank's Web
site are:
*View balances on your
checking or savings
accounts, loans, lines of
credit and credit cards
*View past statements
*Transfer funds between
accounts
*Pay bills securely
*Print check images
*Request stop payments
*Download information
to budgeting software such
as Quicken
Regardless of your
banking needs, a full-
service bank should offer
you the convenience and
service you need in your
busy life. Stop in and ask
for help.

This article ias submit-
ted by Van Canada,
Riverside Bank president in
Volusia County. Mr.
Canada may be reached at
(386) 736-0524, Ext. 68922.


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Daytona attorney
appointed to
editorial board
Joshua J. Wagner, a part-
ner with the law firm
Bundza, Wagner &
Rodriguez, was recently
appointed to the Florida
Bar Journal and Florida
Bar News editorial board.
His term will be from July 1
through June 30, 2011.
The scope and function
of the editorial board is to
advise and assist the Flori-
da Bar staff. The board
works closely with staff to


develop articles of current
interest to the profession.
Joshua J. Wagner is cur-
rently running for Volusia
County Council District 2.

Using MySpace and
Facebook for public
relations and
marketing
"Marketing and Commu-
nicating through Face-
book, MySpace and Other
Social Networking Web
Sites" will be the topic of
the Tuesday, June 10,
luncheon hosted by the
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Association.
The program will be pre-
sented by Savannah-Jane
Atkins, community
engagement specialist at
Stetson University, and
Jeannie Dellutro, assistant
director of student activi-
ties for involvement and
diversity programs at Stet-
son.
Ms. Atkins and Ms. Del-
lutro will explain how and
why MySpace and Face-
book can be used effec-
tively for public relations
purposes and to target a
young audience. They will.
give a demonstration on
how to create and promote
"events" and "groups" on


free social networking Web
sites.
The program will be held
at Daytona Beach Interna-
tional Airport Volusia
Room. Check-in and net-
working will begin at 11:30
a.m., followed by lunch at
noon. The cost is $20 for
members and $25 for non-
members.
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send an e-mail to
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noon Friday, June 6. Can-
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FRIDAY, JUNE 6
*Charity Event: A fundraiser
will be held the opening week-
end of "Kung Fu Panda" at the
Ormond Beach Regal Twelve.
Harry the red headed lizard,
from Harry and Friends award-
winning character building ani-
mations, will attend. Proceeds
will benefit Stars for Hope,
which supports The Will
Rogers Institute, Patricia Neal
Rehabilitation Center, Variety
Children Charity and The Boys
& Girls Club. This event will be
sponsored by Ormond Beach
Regal Twelve, www.blackbelt-
principles.com and Stan Lee's
United Martial Arts.
*INsideOUT: This closing
reception and informal studio
"visit will be held at 7 p.m. at
Atlantic Center for the Arts
Joan James Harris Theater. The
event is open to the public and
free to ACA members or $10
for nonmembers. Refresh-
ments and a cash bar will be
available. For more informa-
tion and reservations, call
(386) 427-6975.
SATURDAY, JUNE 7
*Daytona Beach-Halifax
Area Chamber Business &
Consumer Expo: This second
annual expo will be held from
10 a.m.-4 p.m. at the Volusia
Mall. Chamber member prod-
ucts will be on exhibit, and a
speed networking program
will be held. Door prizes will
be given out each hour on the
hour during the expo. Entry
forms will be available at the
stage area in front of JC Pen-
ney. Participants must be pres-
ent to win.
*Random Acts of Insanity
performance: Daytona's com-
edy improve troupe will appear
at the Endless Summer Fest, a
free event at City Island Park
sponsored by Turning Point
Youth Collective. The event will
be held from 11 a.m.-10 p.m.,
featuring local bands. Random
Acts of Insanity is scheduled to
perform at 5 p.m.
*Bandshell Concert: The
Friends of the Bandshell and
the city of Daytona Beach will
present Kabin Fever at 7:30
p.m. This band will play south-
ern rock, classic rock, blues
and top 40 songs from the
1980s. This concert is free to
the public. Fireworks will go off
after the concert at 9:45 p.m.
Chair rental will be available.
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Hang ten with music
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FOR HOMETOWN NEWS
"Surf's Up" will return to the
Ormond Memorial Art Museum
June 13 through Aug. 3 with a gnarly
twist. The exhibit will showcase
original beach art, archival collec-


tions from local artists and surfers
and some never-before-viewed
photography fom the 1930s and
'40s on loan fromVolusia County
Beach Services.
The exhibition will kick-off with
an opening party for the community
from 6 to 10 p.m., Friday, June 13.
Music, entertainment and a viewing
of surfing films on a 30-foot screen


in the gardens will be featured.
The Ormond Memorial Art
Museum and Gardens is open from
10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through
Friday, and from noon to 4 p.m.,
Saturday and Sunday. There is a $2
suggested donation.
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*Pet Adoption Day: Girl
Scout Troop 975 will host this
event from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. at
Bull Run Feed Supply Store,


1020 North U.S. 1, Ormond
Beach, for the Gold Award Pro-
ject. The troop will collect
donations for Rescued Hearts,
a new nonprofit, no-kill animal
rescue organization. A free gift
bag will come with each adop-
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*Art Quilt Studio Sale: Fiber
artist Lauren Austin will hold a
sale from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. at her
studio at the Atlantic Center for
Arts in New Smyrna Beach. Her
quilt "He Drums Lubolo" was
one of the cover photos for the
art book "Textural Rhythms" by
renowned quilter and author,


Caroline Mazloomi. This dis-
count sale will have prices for
wall quilts ranging from $90 for
24-by-36-foot pieces to $1,800
for 60-by-80 foot works and
larger. Ms. Austin, who is also
an educator and storyteller, will
share the stories behind her
quilts and demonstrate her
technique for quilt drawing on
her long-arm sewing machine.
Proceeds from the sale will
help finance Ms. Austin's trip
this summer to work with 150
AIDS orphans at the Kakamega
Care Center in Kakamega,
Kenya East Africa. To see exam-
ples of her work, visit the Web
site at
www.thatblackgirlart.com or
call (386) 314-3835. For more
information, visit the Web site
at www.atlanticcenterfort-
hearts.org.

SUNDAY, JUNE 8

*Lutheran Handbells: The
Handbell Choirs of All Saints
Lutheran Church will present a
free concert at 3:30 p.m. at 751
Dunlawton Ave., Port Orange.
The public may attend. For
more information, call (386)
761-9129.
*The Surftones Barber Shop
Quartet performance: The
Friends of the Port Orange
Regional Library will present
this quartet at 2 p.m. at 1005
City Center Circle. For more
information, call (386) 322-


5152 or visit the Web site at
www.vcpl.lib.fl.us.
*HeartSong Concert: Heart-
Song will present a concert at 6
p.m. at First Baptist Church of
South Daytona. This group is
made up of students from
Cedarville University in Ohio.
For more information, call
(386) 767-1491. For more
information on the ministry of
HeartSong, call (888) 465-
7378.
*Concerts in the Park: The
city of Port Orange will present
Silva-G and The Boomers from
6-7:30 p.m. at Kenneth W.
Parker Amphitheater at City
Center in Port Orange. The con-
cert, featuring jazz pop music,
is free to the public. For more
information, call (386) 506-
5963 or visit the Web site at
www.port-orange.org/parks.
*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.

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11

*Free Film Screening:
Award-winning filmmaker and
documentary photographer
Eric Breitenbach will introduce
and host a screenings of his
documentary film "When Pigs
Fly" at 6 p.m. at the Southeast
Museum of Photography Mori
Hosseini Center (Building
1200), 1200 International
Speedway Blvd. Screening ses-
sions will include question and
answer time with the filmmak-
er and his co-producers. Visitor
parking is available. Admission
is free. For more information,
visit the Web site at
www.smponline.org or call
(386) 506-4475.

THURSDAY, JUNE 12

*New Smyrna Beach Sum-
mer Concert Series: Kevin
Nayme of Everyday Things will
perform from 7-8 p.m. at River-
side Park on Riverside Drive in
New Smyrna Beach. Concert-
goers may bring a lawn chair or
blanket.

ONGOING EVENTS

*A Taste of Wines: Port
Royal Caribbean Restaurant
will host this event at 6:30 p.m.
the second Wednesday of each
month inside Pirates Cove
Resort, 3501. S. Atlantic Ave.,
Daytona Beach Shores. During
this semi-formal gathering,
four-course meals will be
served with wines that comple-
ment each course. A wine
expert will teach facts about
each wine. Reservations are
required, and guests must be
21 years old. The cost is $30
per person. Proceeds will ben-
efit the Children's Home Soci-
ety. To make reservations, call
(386) 788-3922.
.Bingo: Members meet toi
play bingo at 7 p.m. each Fri-
day at the Daytona Beach Elks.
Club, 700 S. Ridgewood Avel
Food will be served. For morel
information, call (386) 252-'
3357. Port Orange Elks Lodge
2723 plays bingo at 6:30 p.m.
each Monday and at 11:30
a.m. each Friday. Early birds,
pull tabs and a menu are avail-
able. Smoking is prohibited.
For more information, call
(386) 767-8572. Bingo is
played at noon each Sunday at
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*Bank & Blues Club: Day-
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session is held from 8 p.m.-l
a.m. each Wednesday at 701
Main St., Daytona Beach.
This nonprofit group is ded-
icated to preserving and
spreading the love of blues
music. For more informa-
tion and a full events sched-
ule, visit the Web site at
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Vocalist Roger Dan will per-
form classic rock 'n' roll at
7:30 p.m., Friday. Soul singer
Chuck Henderson will per-
form at 7:30 p.m., Saturday,
at 4649 Clyde Morris Blvd.,
Unit 601, entrance off of
Herbert Street. Admission is
free. For more information,
call (386) 322-3306.
*Cuvee Oceanside Wine &
Tapas: "Flight School" is
held each Tuesday, with $9
wine flights from different
regions each week. Wednes-
day is Fusion Sake Cocktail
Nights from 5-7 p.m. Cuvee
features acoustic jazz guitar
with Mario Peral from 5:30-
9:30 p.m. each Thursday and


from 7-10 p.m. each Satur-
day. Cuvee Oceanside is
located at 188 E. Granada
Blvd., Ormond Beach. For
more information, call (386)
615-4727 or visit the Web site
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*Five O'Clock Charley:
This band performs from
5:30-8:30 p.m. each Thurs-
day at Woody's Bar-B-Q, 121
E. Granada Blvd., Ormond
Beach, and from 4-6 p.m.,
each Monday, at the Grand
Seas Resort pool deck, 2424
N. Atlantic Ave., Daytona
Beach. Charley also per-
forms every other Friday at
Inlet Harbor in Ponce Inlet.
For more information, visit
the Web site at FiveO-
ClockCharley.com.
*Frappes North: Wine
tasting are held each Tues-
day. "Fabulous Finger
Foods" will be provided to
compliment all vintages.
The cost is $15 per person.
Live Music Friday Nights are
held from 7:30 -11:30 p.m.
Frappes is located at 123 W
Granada Blvd. in Ormond
Beach. For more informa-
tion, visit the Web site at


www.frappesnorth.com.
*The Grounds Cafe: For-
merly Volcano's Coffee Bar,
local blues musician Mark
Hodgson will perform from
6-8 p.m., Friday, at 1930 W.
Granada Blvd., Ormond
Beach. The store "Grounds-
breaking" event will be held
from 1-11 p.m., Saturday,
with Jake Nicely, Jeff Fedora,
Mike Barickman, Bob
Thames, Anthony Wild, the
DB All-Stars, Nancy Keck
and Nancy Hartline per-
forming. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 236-1234.
*HotSpot Coffee Shoppe:
A music and open mic event
with hosts Bob Wind and
Charlie Poplees is held from
noon to 3 p.m. each Tues-
day. Slow Circle Jam is held
from 7-9 p.m. each Wednes-
day with Bob Wind. Partici-
pants will learn how jam; all
instruments are welcome.
Singer/guitarists Wes Mal-
one and Bob Wind host a
music and open mike event
from 7-11 p.m. each Thurs-
day and Friday. There is no
cover charge for any event.
For more information, call
(386) 236-0518 or visit the


Web site at www.hotspotcof-
feeshoppe.com.
*Ormond Beach Senior
Center: The Vagabonds per-
form from 2-4 p.m. once per
month. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 763-0355.
*Pub 44 Riverfront: River-
dan Band will perform from
9 p.m.-la.m., June 13-14, at
115 Main St., Daytona
Beach. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 226-3000 or
visit the Web site at
www.RiverdanBand.com.
*Vin'Yard Inc. Wine Tast-
ings: This specialty food and
wine market offers monthly
wine tasting at 1395 W
Granada Blvd., Ormond
Beach. Hours are from 10
a.m.-6 p.m., Monday-Friday,
and from 10-4 p.m., Satur-
day. To make reservations,
call (386) 672-5223.
*WineStyles events: At the
Shoppes ofYorketown, 1665
Dunlawton Ave., Suite 105,
Port Orange, a Wine Club
Pickup Party will be held Fri-
day, June 6. Pizza will be
delivered at 6:30 p.m. and
wines of the month will be
,available to sample. Call
(386) 788-7188.


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on Taylor Road in Port
Orange.
Check in for the shotgun
start will begin at 7:30 a.m.
Prizes and awards will be
available for golfers.
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skills and parent education
and stresses topics such as
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preparation and mainte-
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tennis, grants and network-
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To have fun, remember safety in the water and on the boat


Schooling trout are
thick just off the sand
bars in Mosquito
Lagoon and providing the
guides with entertainment
for their parties.
The bluefish are through-
out the inshore and are
about as large as they get
on average.
Trout are holding steady
in the Halifax as they did
all winter, but flounder
have been disappointing so
far. The few that I have
caught have been very big
guys, which is nice.
Reds are scattered at
Tomoka Basin, but they are
also big. I caught a 29-inch
red in the same spot where
another of the same length
was captured and released
two days before (or maybe
it was the same fish). I also
turned it back, so you may
be next. Everything consid-
ered, now is a great time to


go fishing!
This is the beginning of
the Volusia County boating
season. I have always
found.it strange that in a
place where the only two
seasons are mild and hot,
we choose to do most of
our boating during hot.
Obviously, most of these
are recreational boaters
and not fishermen. No
serious angler will keep the
boat on the trailer waiting
for a "season."
Not surprisingly since we
lead the nation in water, we
also lead in boating deaths.
Last year, 77 lives were lost
in Florida boating acci-
dents. That is not accept-
able. Just as on ldnd, the
two main contributors are
speeding and drinking.
The combination of the
two usually results in
tragedy. Modern out-


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Inshore fishing
boards are just too power-
ful to be taken so lightly.
The third contributor you
usually don't see written
down anyplace, is the fact
that boats don't have
brakes! You are not driving
a car and you cannot stop
whenever you please. You
have no brakes. Think
ahead and plan for that


truth.
Driving at night in
unfamiliarwaters is also
very hazardous. Some-
times, we all are forced into
it, but if you must, please
take it slow.
Captains, when you have
passengers on board who
are not seaworthy, make
sure they wear a life vest.
Of course the little ones
should always wear a
flotation device. Even you
old salts who have barna-
cles growing in warm,
damp places should
consider wearing a vest.
Most of us around here will
never forget that we lost a'
young man alone in his
boat several years ago who
was as seasoned on the
water as anyone could be,
and yet, he is gone. Don't
be so cocky as to think it
can't happen to you. You
know you have had a close


call or two and you are not
getting any younger. Be
safe.
Courtesy at the boat
ramp is a pet peeve of
mine. Do not park your
scow in the center of a
double ramp and decide
that you forgot to get ice or
that you locked junior in
the car. Move your boat,
and when you put it back
in, use one side of the
ramp. If you need help
putting in or taking out,
just ask those of us who are
waiting. We would love to
help move things along.
If you are no good at
backing a trailer, admit it
and wait until you have
plenty of time to do your
jack knifing alone without
witnesses.
All you recreational
boaters please do not lay
down a wake on someone


who is fishing. You may be
just out to have fun, but we
are very serious about what
we are doing. If you start
out to your favorite fishing
spot and find someone else
there, leave! Don't try to
horn in; just get up earlier
next time.
We have plenty fishable
water here in eastern
Volusia County. Use a little
common sense and
courtesy toward your
fellow man, and be safe
and have fun this summer.

Dan Smith has fished the
waters of Volusia County
for 40 years. When he's not
fishing, the retired contrac-
tor is heavily involved with
the Ormond Beach Histori-
cal Trust. For questions or
comments send an e-mail
to
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Foreign Wars Post 3282, 5810
Williamson Blvd. This is a no
smoking event, and doors will
be open at 10 p.m. The public
may attend this weekly event.
For more information, call
(386) 761-7217. American
Legion Post 270 plays bingo at
6:30 p.m. each Thursday at 119
Howes St., Port Orange. Food
is served. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 788-6800.
*Daytona Metropolitan
Bridge Club: Duplicate Bridge
is played Monday through Sat-
urday at 600 Driftwood Ave.,
Daytona Beach. For the sched-
ule, call (386) 255-7744 or
visit the Web site at www.Day-
tonaBridge.org.
-*Halifax Historical Muse-
um: "Star Maker The Story of
the Daytona 500" is the fea-
tured exhibit atthe museum at
252 S. Beach St., Daytona
Beach. The exhibit will be on
display through July 5. The
hours are from 10 a.m.-4 p.m.,
Tuesday-Saturday. Admission is
$4 for adults and $1 for chil-


dren 12 and younger, and
admission is by donation on
Thursday. Children will be
admitted free on Saturday. For
more information, call (386)
255-6976 or visit the Web site
at www.halifaxhistorical.org.
*Laser Rock Concerts: The
Museum of Arts & Sciences will
host 15 different shows
throughout the week: at 3 p.m.,
Monday through Friday, and at
2 p.m. and 4 p.m., Saturday and
Sunday. Daily admission is $4
for adults and $3 for children.
Refreshments may be enjoyed
in the planetarium. Shows will
continue through July 4. For
more information, visit the Web
site at www.moas.org.
-Spring Dances: Dances are
held from 2-4 p.m. each Friday
at the City Island Recreation
Center, 110 E. Orange Ave., Day-
tona Beach. Music will be pro-
vided by "Talk of the Town" and
various bands. The cost is $3,
which includes a lesson at 1
p.m., dancing and refresh-
ments. Singles are welcome.


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display & remote control,
$175, 386-767-4091 Vol
A/C- Window unit, 5200
BTU $50, 2 Electric
trimmers, $20 each,
386-235-0804 Vol
BABY SWING & Jumper-
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BAKERS RACK-
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4 glass shelves, $175,
386-428-0368 Vol
BARBIE DOLLHOUSE-
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BATH TUB- new, acrylic
$150 386-323-7999
BED, HOSPITAL- elec-
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BED, TWIN- Sealy Pos-
turepedic, good cond,
$60, 4. man inflatable raft
$50, 386-295-2360 Vol
BIKE, GIRLS- 12", pink,
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BIKE- 26", Murray, ultra
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BIKE- adult three wheel, DESK, CHILDREN'S-
good condition, $100, white $50, white night-
386-441-5274 Vol stand & dresser $100,
BIRD HOUSE Materials- 386-761-2456 Vol
Diff. color Plexie-glass, DESK, COMPUTER- like
lumber, tools, everything! new, Light wood, $40,
$100, 386-788-1092 Vol 386-673-4837 Vol
BOAT CUSHION- sleep DESKS- 3 for $25 each,
seat, cost $349 first $50. Compact refrigerator $50,
Winch 12V cost $129 first 2 drawer legal file cabi-
$50 386-427-8300 net, $25, 386-334-6816
CANOPY- 20X10, new in DINETTE SET- white,
box, w/anchors, for boat, chromecraft, mauve
truck, nursery, or shade, upholstered swivel chairs
$175, 386-576-6684 Vol $175 386-248-0038
CAR TOPPER- Sears, DINING ROOM SET-
sport ZO-SV, cost over Rattan, seats 6, excellent
$100 new, sell for $60, cond.$199 386-405-5405
386-898-2875 Vol ELIPTICAL- Brand new,
CARPET- 11.75 x 12.75 $150,386-682-6425Vol
sculptured berber, cream ENCYCLOPEDIA- 1945,
color, very good cond. $100, 25" TV, $25,
$150. 386-756-3479 386-322-4685 Vol
CHAIR, ROCKING- anti- ENTERTAINMENT CEN-
que, $40, Ladies bike, TER- w/glassed in book-
$40,386-756-1457Vol case, holds 32" TV,
CHAIR, Swivel/Rocker- $175obo, 386-441-3263
for living room or bed- EXERCISE BIKE- Pro-
room, excellent condition, form, like new, $130,
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CHAIRS- 2 folding EXERCISE EQUIP-
recliner, chairs& large rise bike
beach umbrella $20 MENT- Lrg exercise bike,
beach umbrella $2071& Irg non electric tread-
386-671-0173 mill, $35, 386-316-4492
CHAIRS- 75 matching, FIREWOOD- Small sec-
sturdy commercial, tions cut for handling,
excellent shape $3 each does ned tfo nbe slit,
or $150 alla386-34 -4826 does need to be split,
or $150 all 386-341-4826 FREE, 386-416-9080 Vol
CHEST of Drawers- Lin- FLOOR LAMP-large w/
gerie style, 6 drawers, Igt extended arms 5 bulbs.
wood, $75, 386-2744075 extended arms w/5 bulbs.
wood,$75,386-274-4075 Decorative $35 obo
CHINA CABINET- ma- 386-756-2838 message
pie, dove tailed glass FUME DETECTOR- Boat
doors top, drawers below, gasoline, Safe-T-Alert,
$200, 386-427-4116 Vol Marine Tech, Model
CHLORINE TABLETS & SA-1, $80, 386-767-4079
Automatic Chlorinator GOLF CLUBS- level 2
$40, & 33 chlorine tab- PGOLF CLUBS- level 2
lets, $50, 386-868r-0938 o Custom $39, Nice
lets, 50, 386-868-0938 bag $15. Tour Press & 5
COLLAR, MINK- Genu- woods $15 386-761-8127
ine, Beige Fur Wrap, veryGRILL, GAS- Stainless
beautifulshiny, $57 steel, needs gas tank &
407-671-7832 Vol burners, a little rusted,
COLLECTIBLE STEINS- $25, 386-689-3511 Vol
Bud Archives Series all 4 HANDICAP RAMP- 25
in boxes $100 Bud Disvr feet, Treated wood,
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COUCH, Broyhill- light HURRICANE WATER
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condition, bought 6mths (1) 45 gallon, $39, (1) 63
ago, $199, 386-236-8880 gallon $55, 386-767-7100
CUSHION, MAGNETIC- LAWNMOWER- $75,
full size for chair & bed Washer $50, Microwave
for pain free help, $75, $30, Computer $20,
386-756-2198 Vol 216-235-4403 Vol
DEHUMIDIFIER- $50, MATTRESS, PILLOW-
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all, 386-290-0177 Vol
MICROWAVE/TV Stand-
$30, 19" LCD monitor,
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MONITOR, COMPUTER-
19", CRT Samtron, high
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PIANO, ANTIQUE- Bri-
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PROJECTOR- Argus 300
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$199, 386-767-9400 Vol
RECLINER- Green/blue
pattern, Under warranty,
$100, 386-290-8433 Vol
REFRIGERATOR- Frig-
idaire, 1950's, Still works,
$75obo, 386-673-1804
REFRIGERATOR- GE,
18cu ft, 2 dr, self defrost,
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ROCKER, SWIVEL-
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$40, 386-274-5883 Vol
ROUTER, Craftsman- w/
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386-672-8961 Vol
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Gas, $175, 386-423-4120
SEWING MACHINE-
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Faberge candle votive,
$100, 386-690-0629 Vol
SHELVES- (3) walnut
36" long w/brackets $15,
Canon printer bl/wh/color
new, $25, 386-676-1363
SHRIMP NET- 8 feet
$40, Orange Grove
heater $45 386-253-0955
SOFA & LOVESEAT- w/
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$15, 386-761-6405 Vol
SWING SET, Children's-
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FREE to dismantler/ col-
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TABLE, ANTIQUE- &
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386-344-2600 Vol
TABLE, Dining Room-
exquisite cement based
leaf/floral design, 42x72,
$200, 516-819-3570
TABLE, KITCHEN-
Chromcraft, 42"x54", plus
18" leaf,' wood pattern,
$95, 386-788-5686 Vol
TABLE- Wooden, 60x42
w/leaf, Formica surface
on top, good condition,
$40, 386-615-9148 Vol
TABLES- Glass top end
& coffee $125. Brand
new TV stand for wide
$50 386-322-3525
TIRES, MICHELIN- LT,
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rims, used 3,000 miles,
$100, 386-322-6020 Vol
TIRES, RADIAL- 205/70/
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left, $25, 386-673-6888
TIVO BOX- $25, 4 indoor
light fixtures, $25 each,
386-761-2116 Vol
TOWLINE/LETUBE-
O'Brien, used 3 times,
$55, Echo gas trimmer,
$30, 386-383-4685 Vol
TV, RCA- 35", picture in
picture, w/remote, excel-
lent condition, $200,
386-677-4999 Vol
TVS- 2 color, cable ready
w/remotes. 19" $40, 27"
$60 386-767-8029
VACUUM- BISSEL,
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used only a few times
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VCR, EMERSON- $25,
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WATER HEATER- Elec-
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WINDOWS- new, (8),
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XM RADIO Receiver/
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bedroom $150,. 2 tower
speakers $50 each, office
chair, 19" tv, vcr $20
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scanner/printer $30.
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COCKATIEL- young, w/
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GERMAN SHEPHERD-
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KITTENS- healthy
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PONCE INLET Tropical
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VERO BEACH
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tile, paint, furnished, on
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Can't Make
Your Mortgage
Payment?
Are you behind with your
mortgage payment?
Don't let the bank foreclose.
I can get your home sold.
Call John Porte
386-523-6794
Assist 2 Sell Premier Realty
BEACHSIDE Charming
2Br/1Ba, garage. Family
rm, priv. backyd, Excel-
lent starter or vacation
home. $139,900 Koenig
Realty 386-257-6700
DAYTONA BEACH
LPGA Lakefront. 3br/
2ba/2cg. Golf community.
2 homes. 1700 sf & 1934
sf. As low as $189,900.
Make offer 386-986-8562
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-
Largest Double lot in
wooded comm. south of
world famous castle/
archway off Intl Spdwy.
4/4, Near new high
school, mall, speedway &
beach. Was listed
w/Remax for $389K,
NOW By owner $249K.
Clear deed enables poss
partial trade on motrhme,
motor yacht, vehicles or
'???3 Cl l 38547T7030


MELBOURNE, Fountain-
head waterfront, com-
pletely renov3/2/2.5. New
30yr roof, large landscap-
ed yard, deck, $189K
1725sqft 321-591-8555
ORMOND BCH- Best
buyl 671 Cordova Ave.
**$139,900.* Close to
River updated 2br bik
home w/garage. Owner/
Realtor. Jo 386-212-4144
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 -
Amazing executive home
in gated comm. 5br/3ba/
2cg, pool. Close to hosp.
schools, shopping&beach
$385,000 Better Homes
& Properties, Helen
Falkenberg, Realtor
386-316-8687
ORMOND BEACH- By
owner $215K. Open Sat.
& Sun. 1-4 The
Crossings located off
Clyde Morris. '8 Cypress
View Tr. 3/2/2, screened
porch, eat in kit, den,
386-672-8666 / 290-2545
ORMOND BEACH-
Halifax Plantation 3374
Glenshane Way, 3/2.5/2
+ golf car gar, 9th green
view, upgrades. $327K.
386-437-1460
hoto ad #54015 www.
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ORMOND By The Sea
2/1 pool home. Ceramic
tile, plantation shutters
throughout. Privacy fence
walk to beach & shopping
$219,000 386-492-3491
ORMOND BY THE SEA
Fantastic Beachsde hme
3br/2ba, new kit., tile,
carpet, bath vanities &
more. Close to park w/
trails, fishing & dock.
$249,900 Better Homes
& Properties, Lou Balsa-
no, Realtor 386-846-8044




ORMOND BY THE SEA


a.-- 1-i t -UOU I IlIilUmaculaLte 2/2, WlpUUl &
Daytona Beachside- DAYTONA BEACH- fenced yard, short walk to
*Riverview, Riverside, 2/2 Reduced Again I Easy to beach access. $264,900.
2nd floor, Furnished. 3 show 3/1 Close to every- Better Homes & Proper-
pools, 2 docks, *Walk to thing, schools, shopping, ties, Lou Balsano, Real-
Beach! Cheap mo. fee. hospital. New roof '05. tor 386-846-8044
$139,900 386-615-1859 Remodeled kitchen, new- ORMOND BY THE SEA
FORT PIERCE Panther er appl. eat in kit. Inside Magnificent Oppt. 3br/
Woods gated golf comm laundry. Buy Now Make 2ba just steps from
2-bd/2-ba/2-cg 1750 sqft. Offer. $118K Helen ocean. Many upgrades
Cath ceilings, 2 master Scott, Dees Realty incid a new roof &A/C.
suits, 2 screen balconies: 386-212-1456 Move in and do nothing!
with Golf & pool views. DAYTONA BEACH- $298,000 Better Homes
Asking $145,000. Charming spanish home. & Properties, Lou Balsa-
772-464-3394 2/1, hardwood floors, eat no, Realtor 386-846-8044
HUTCHINSON ISL: 55+, in kitch, huge garden tub, ORMOND- Urgent, Bring
1200 Colonnades Dr. 1/1, large yard. $105,000 Offers North Forty 32 Big
All i Amenities & Boat 866-599-1344 Buck 7 yrs old, concrete,
Dock. Newly Remod- 727-709-5682 NOT duplex 3br/2ba,
eled. Owner financing. PAY OFF LOAN LPGA 2.5cg, ADA Amenities,
$79,000 828-226-2566 AREA. Daytona/Holly great rm 386-562-0091
Hill. 3/2, 1/2 ac fencd yd, photo ad #53800 www.
"a;^ """. Was $149K. Pay off loan hometownnewsOL.com
: $119,400. Finan avail. PALM CITY Cypress
Z -. ..i *. 386-852-1430, Daytona Lakes Divosta 2/2/2
--- masonry const, Lakefront
....-.:.- all new appl, carpet, A+
NEW SMYRNA BEACH schools, walking distance
NWFor quick sale owner $249,900 772-287-5066
For quick sale owner
reduces sales price by ??T^F'SIp Waik- Un (ic- *'.'A
r$150ce00 salesprice y ESTATE SALE Walk to
$1,000 bel ow wners Beach Pay Low Proper- I-.
cost. Priced now at ty Tax! 2br home, bright
$410,000. Fully furnished rms, all hardwdflrs& tiled
Sunrise condo complex an family rm. Listen to PALM COAST Very
2-br/2-ba, dutiful ocean sounds of ocean from nice waterfront home.
ihw. 4 uu02127 ocean your porch. $159K Call Great place for a boat!
viw. 407-321-2007Realty, Ditha 4BR home w/ 3 separate
ORMOND BEACH 386-767-5609 units. Unique w/lots of
FRONT Condo 2br/2ba, HOLLY HILL Incredible charm. Main house + sep
1200sf. Watch beautiful Value. Spacious 4br/3ba apartment and cozy
sunrises & sunsets. o Value. Spacious 4b/3ba, mother-in-law suite. Bring
Close to everything. Very pool home w/fncd bkyard all.offers $395,000 City.
desirable area. 424K many upgrades. Realty, Ditha Sander,
desirable area. $424K $194,900 Better Homes op 0 fn
386-214-4328 $194,900 Betters, o s 386-767-5609
& Properties, Lou Balsa-
S no, Realtor 386-846-8044 PORT ORANGE- $185K,
S-r ,3/2/2, oversized yard,
S-'i- '" privacy fenced, land-
scaped, all schools A+.
'Call for appt. Must sell!
OHighligt y r pen house 6/22 10-3
Highlight your 705 Tumblebrook Drive
ad and get it sold HOLLY HILL 3br/2ba/2cg 386-682-3055 / 846-5473
New kit, carpet, bath. P T O -
fast! Plenty of closet & stor- PORT ORANGE- By
Whether age. Beautiful landscape owner, The Sanctuary,
Whether1022 West Indian Oaks. 2172 sf, like new 2001,
or Selling we are Asking $180K Call Cory 3/2/2, open concept,
Modern Realty many extras. Reduced
your total source 386-4052484 Real $264,000 386-760-3395
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LPGA. Furn room w/bath,
house privileges. Non
smoker. $135 wk + dep.
Inc. util 386-274-2054
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in 2 Story on golf course,
1 has private balcony.
$600/mo. ALL utilities
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PALM COVE APTS.
886 S. Nova Road
253.5914
566.8789 566.8761


NEW SMYRNA BEACH-
room for rent, quiet area,
for working adult, Full
house privileges. $110
week 1st and last.
386-689-4203
ORMOND BEACH-
Share 3/2 home, nice
area, furnished full
privledges, $127 wk. or
$550 mo. All utils. incl.
No pets. 386-316-9004
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-
Room with privilege,
kitchen, laundry, pool.
Clean non-smoker, no
pets, references.
$475/mo. 386-837-3571


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PORT ORANGE- Priced
Right! 3br/2/ba/lcg. 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 ORANGE. Great
location! 3/2/2, split plan,
bright open home. New
kitch/hardwood firs. Priv.
fenced yard. Near shops,
great schools, interstate
& more. Appraised @
250K. Asking $159,900.
Lease/Lease- option avail.
386-383-6545, 341-5050
PORT ST LUCIE Span-
ish Lakes 1, CBS, 2 yrs
old, 2/2/1, foyer, fridge,
stove, dishwasher and
vertical blinds.
772-807-8133
v,



WILL SELL CHEAP &
Furn. Low Price, Low
Taxes. 2br home ready to
move in! Not far from
beach. $109K City Real-
ty, Ditha 386-767-5609



Open House Friday
Beach Villa Lower
priced than small
Ones. Pool, tennis,
more. $110,900
386-344-2600/details


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ORMOND BEACH Gor-
geous 2/2 townhome with
replace in sought after
community, $163,400,
Better Homes & Proper-
ties, Lou Balsano, Real-
tor, 386-846-8044





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 in! 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



NC MOUNTAINS
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SAMSULA AREA-
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and pines. Well drained,
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80ac lake, rolling hills,
hardwoods, pasture. Low
taxes, starting $1600/ac.
Owner 270-556-3576
270-703-7234



S Port Orange
Cwne Aakes
Golf & Country Club
An Age Restricted Community
100% Palm Harbor Homes
Feature Home
2000 2/2, $83,900
New Paint & Carpeting
1999 2/2, $99,000
Split plan, 1413 s.f.
1999 2/2, $110,000
Nice backyard/pond
2001 3/2 $112,900
Golf/water, 1700 s.f.
2000 3/2, $114,900
Low lot lease, 1568 s.f.
2003 3/2, $118,900
Large master suite
2000 2/2, $125,000
Pet & smoke free home
2003 3/2 $169,900
Close to clubhouse
2003 3/2 $172,9002
Golf/water/garage .

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




DAYTONA BEACH- 55+,
2bd/1ba, singlewide.
Large Florida Room, fur-
nished. Pool, shuffle
board lawn care.
$11,000 386-304-7997
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- 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 $53,500
386-677-3250 / 451-4018
ORMOND BEACH- I am
90 years old and I have
to sell this beautiful
modular home. 55+
comm. 3/2, cathedral
ceilings, fireplace. MUST
SEE! Asking $45,000 or
offer. 386-673-9085
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PORT ORANGE New
homes in beautiful 55+
community from $89,900.
New clubhouse & pool.
Model OPEN 10-4; Sun
12-4. Call 386-562-6836
or 386-756-8700
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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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pricing $1590-$3000/ac.
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TERRIFIC
ALABAMA, Gantt Lake
Private paradise, 150'
waterfront, boat house
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wildlife, electric, creeks,
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down) 706-364-4200
GREAT OPPORTUNITY
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Crossfield/Prudential
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for pictures & virtual tour.
Hurry, won't last.
KY Land 80+acs will di-
vidb 30-40acs.! Grt hunt-
ing! Turkey, deer, & elk.
creek, pvd Rd., borders
3,000ac National Forest.
$3000/ac. (352)465-6583
Lovely 4BR/2.5Ba, 2400
square foot home on
approx. 2 acres in Perry,
FL 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
LOWEST PRICE Land in
the U.S. Own a piece of
the Wild Westl 160 acres
$299/ac ($47,800) Adja-
cent Gov't Land Perfect
for RV's, Hunting -
Wyoming. Low Down,
E-Z Terms, No Credit
Check. Call Bob (Owner)
1-925-210-0560
MADISON COUNTY FL
Acreage Over 40 acres in
a gated community near
Tallahassee, FL and 1-10.
$112K net, need a quick
sale. Call. 866-433-9964
MADISON COUNTY, FL
Over 40 acres in a gated'
community near Talla-
hassee, FL & 1-10. $112k
net, need a quick sale.
Only $2,800 per acre. A
great deal! 866-433-9964
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
NC LAND: ,Oac family
compound, pasture/
woods $199K; 8acs deer
$49K; 13acs hilltop $69K.
Buy now, retire later.
WE'LL FLY YOU HERE!
Pics: 1-919-693-8984;
owner@newbranch.com
NC LOG CABIN
MUST SELL-REDUCED
Beautiful 2BR/ 2BA, fully
furnished w/ wrap-around
deck & hot tub. Like New!
Rental Income! Great
investment-Smoky Mtns.
321-432-1557 $165,000
NC MOUNTAIN Home-
sites from $243/mo!*
Gated, Paved, under-
ground utilities, ameni-
ties. Excellent financing
available! Call Toll Free
1-877-890-5253 ext 4086
www.seeriverhighlandsnc
.corm monthly payment
of $243.56 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. 2-4Acres.
Spectacular views. High
Altitude. Paved Roads.
Easily Accessible. Fish-
ing paradise. Owner Fi-
nancing. From $55,000.
Call Owner
1-800-810-1590
www.wildcatknob.com


NC MTN 03 Clayton MH
2Bdrm/2Bath, fireplace.
Age 55+ Near Asheville.
Lot rent $250 month.
Offered at $65K. Furn.
Agent 828-646-1651
NC PROPERTIES: Mtn
prop at lake lure, golf
properties in Calabash, &
Pittsboro. 1/2 ac to 1.5
acres. From $105,000
240-529-2201
NEW ARIZONA LAND
RUSH! 1 or 2.5 "Football
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$0 interest $159- $208
/mo I Money Back Guar-
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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 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
REAL ESTATE
AUCTION
10am, Saturday 6/14/08.
Old FFA Camp, 65ac+/-,
River frontage
w/sandbars, brick lodge,
caretaker home. 6043
FFA Rd., Blackshear,
Ga. (10%BP-GAL#254)
1-800-962-5715
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RUTHERFORDTON,NC
8.5ac w/clean 3/2mh,
new apple, deck, work-
shop. Near Lake Lure.
Beautiful mtn views.
$150,000 336-656-7118
S. CAROLINA
ACREAGE
By Owner. 2.5 acres,
Beautiful building site.
Nicely wooded. Only 4
miles to Lake Marion.
New' doublewide mobile
allowed, $24,900. Owner
Financing. 803-47347125
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
TENN LAKE SALE! 1+?
Acre lake Access
$19,900. Free boat slips,
New! Gently sloping
acreage, beautifully
wooded, private bass
lake. Gorgeous unspoiled
setting no crowds no
noise. Exc'l financing.
888-792-5253, x 1871
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 Gorgeous
3br/2ba home w/2 car ga-
rage on lac. Nice country-
setting. All you need are
your clothes to move in!
$159,900. Homefront
Realty & Auction, LLC.
Call Tim Spencer 931-
242-5149; 931-459-8516
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 LAND:
100'S of acres+/-. 86ac
Horse Ranch, Kenans-
ville FL. Rita, Hillside
Realty 866-915-0535
HillsideRealtyTennesee.com

TENNESSEE MOUN-
TAIN 2 Acre wooded
homesites. Breathtak-
ing Tennessee River
View. Low Residential
Property Taxi No State
Income Tax; No Impact
Feel Excellent Owner
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Also large 2br, wood
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COCOA BEACH Condo,
direct oceanfront 2br/2ba
& den, furnshed/ 1 car
garage, oceanside pool,
1250/mo annual,' call Bill
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olf, stores. $900/mo. +
300 sec. 386-761-7029
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DR, porch, pool, dock,
doorman. No pets, smkg
$900/mo includes cable
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TENNESSEE MOUN-'.
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beautiful homesite, mil-
lion $ view! Secluded,.
utilities, overlooking Ten-,
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Marina, Schools, Shop-
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Owner Financing!-;
1-330-699-1585
TENNESSEE MOUN-
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Call 1-888-939-2968
TENNESSEE, 5.7 acres -
nice corner lot on 2 coun-
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2B on Corner lot in town,
nice yard, 2 kitchens &
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Large Estate Lots, Scenic
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TN HOMESITES
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builder pays first 6 pay-
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hardwoods, pasture. Low-
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Owner 270-556-3576
270-703-7234
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DAYTONA BEACH- HOLLY HILL- Close to
DAYTONA BEACH- 1/1, ORMOND BEACH- 1/1, just remodeled,walk river, 2/2, 2 story house,
gated comm. 1 block 2/1.5, 2 story condo, fully to the beach $650/mo. ample parking, large
from Intracoastal. Incl. furn, 1 block to beach, includes all utilities. fenced yard. $850 per
water. $550. Non-smoker walk to everything. great 866-599-1344 month plus utilities and
407-766-8988 Owner Lic. area. Must seel No pets, 727-709-5682 security. 954-288-6988
Real Estate Sales Assoc. $1395/mo 321-443-3131 DAYTONA BEACH- 2/1 NEW SMYRNA BEACH-
DAYTONA BEACH- ORMOND BEACH- plus bonus room, carport, 3/2, semi-furn optional on
Bayshore Condos, 2/2, Furnished efficiency, all remodeled, fenced private way. Nice
riverfront, new carpet & country setting, incld yard, close to stores, neighbors, short term Ise
paint, no pets. $900/mo. utilities, internet and great neighbors. $1050/ possible, screened porch,
+ security. Call Eileen laundry facilities. $125 mo. 571-277-7777 $850 + sec.386-423-8886
386-299-5942 / 441-4084 wk. James 386-405-8895 DAYTONA BEACH- NEW SMYRNA BEACH-
Daytona Beachside- ORMOND BY THE SEA- Beach Cottage Key West New home 4br/2.5 ba, 3
Furnished, no pets, no 2/2, furn/unfurn, quiet end Style, 2 blocks from car gar, gated comm.
smoking, sun porch, unit. 170 degree ocean beach, great area, 2/1.5, Never been lived in. Ask-
2BR, clean, air & heat, view. Water, cable incl. $650/mo. short or long ing $1,695/mo. Also rent
$600/mo + util. $300 dep $1100/mo, 386- term. 305-896-2219 to own. 407-421-7919
386-252-3497 679-3191. 770-312-7949 DAYTONA BEACH- ORMOND BEACH- Walk
Daytona Beachside: Ormond By The Sea- Charming spanish home. to the beach 3/2, wood
$199 moves you in. Kingston Shores on A1A, 2/1, hardwood floors, eat floors, tile, carport. Very
Oceanview furnished 2/2.5, townhouse, in kitch, huge garden tub, clean. Nice area.
apts with all utilities in- secluded, safe, but still large yard. $750/mo. $995/mo. 1st, last + sec.
cluded. 386-322-8383 or steps to beach! 866-599-1344 Refs. 772-216-2303
767-7141 or 252-5396 Oceanview, pool in rear, 727-709-5682 ORMOND BEACH.
NEW SMYRNA BCH newly decorated. Tile DAYTONA BEACH- 3/2/2. 76 Domicillio Ave.
NEW SMYRNA h hin throughout ground floor, Looking for long term Across from Ormond
2br/lba $550/m o Grn a excellent cond $950/mo. Section 8 renter! 2/1, Middle School. Avail
r fresh $aint o& eouan 386-677-6357 /405-2085 front & back deck, w/d, June 1st. $1200/mo FLS
fir, fresh paint & clean.
No calls after 7pm PORT ORANGE Immac. sat. or cable ready. 610 386-366-1367
321-354-5143 2/2 condo, LR, DR, S. Seagrave St. Outdoor ORMOND BEACHSIDE-
walk-in closets, screened pets ok. 1st month & 3/25/2 on oceanside
NEW SMYRNA Beach lanai, comm pool, partial- $1000sec. 386-235-8541 golcourse, 5 menwalknto
652 Faulkner. Entrae 2nd ly furn Close to schools & EDGEWATER 814 Star beach, w/d, $1500/mo +
loor, adorable, central, shops. 15 min to beach, Reef, 3Br/2ba/2cg in security deposit. Avail.
block to river! Newly year lease, no pets. Coral Trace; large, lake- now! 386-852-5667
renovated, 5 rms 1-brl $900/mo. 321-449-0228. side home in gated/pool ORMONID BY THE SEA-
ba, FL rm, W/D, ceiling
fans. $610/mo + until. No PORT ORANGE- community $1050/month 5 Seaside Drive, 2br/lba,
pets or smokers please. Whispering Woods Call Jeanne, Alexandercarport, Florida room,
310-570-3384 condo, 2/2, furn/unfurn, R.E. 386-690-9018 washer & dryer, $750 mo
305 334anrisduiolwasher & dryer, $750 mo.
NEW SMYRNA- 2/1 laundry inside unit, pool, EDGEWATER- 4/2, 1st, last, security
ufur, downstairs 615 water, garbage, cable, carport, fenced yard, deposit. 407-967-7932
Dora St. Apt A (quaint apt 1st. Inga386-453-7400 centrallyarge locat, full sh, ORMOND BY THE SEA-
in back- don't pay attn. to centrallylocated,$975 Close to beach! 39
constr) $550 + util. 609- SOUTH DAYTONA- mo. 1st, last, sec. 386- Beechwood 2br/
839-7083 / 321-202-6406 Beautiful townhome, 428-4043 / 774-487-7263 Beechwood Dsunro.
2br/1.5ba, Ig living space, FLAGLER BEACH No pets, no smoking,
ORMOND / PINE RUN- laundry on premises, -Luxury Living Brand new $850/mo. 407-701-8438
2br/2ba, furnished. w/d, assigned pkg, abundant home in brand new sub-
patio, ceiling fans. personal pride. $690/mo. div. 3BR/2BA/2CG, 2449 PONCE INLET- 3/2
carport, Pool tennis. Also 1BR $585, 2BR sf hardwd flrs thruout. Steps to th beach
$995/mo. 1st + security. $590 Pets welcome! Wood cabinets, granite family roori w/,plitfBR's. Nirplace &
No smoking or pets. Avail 386-383-9989 /290-6740 counter tops, brick family room w/fireplace
in June 386-334-6273 counter tops, brick pa- connectlanai.Large lot.
photo ad #32619 www. SOUTH DAYTONA- Big vers. Lots of upgrades. nle arb
HometownNewsOL.com 2/2, $675/mo. Large $1800 mo. 386-676-0094 Near InletHarbor.Rare
bright freshly painted rental. Available August
ORMOND BEACH- 1/1 b FpORT PIERCE 55+, 1st. $1475.386-451-1503
apt.SNgl fi. spotless. Off Ridgewood Gated on cul de sac.
apt. Single fir. Triplex, near Publix. Incl. cable & F 2/2/1, pool & cbhse PONCE INLET- Updated
Ocean Village Villas. Lots sewer. Call 954-383-6066 No pets/smoke. $850 eo 3br/2ba, large fenced
of Storage. All appl.yardpcls/ smoke.ocan0le
Stack W/D.Lg.Srcd Pch VERO BEACH: Move n inclcab& lawncare. FLS yad, close to ocean, inlet
$675 386-566-2059 special Newly remod- 772-461-5539 & lighthouse. $1,300/mo..
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1929 PONTIAC 4-door FORD T-BIRD 1962
sedan. Very original & wht/red w/tonneau cap, DONATE YOUR Car To CAMPING MEMBER-
complete. Runs & drives, wire wheels, original the Cancer Fund of SHIP Lifetime! Camp
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Why not Tax Deductible. Call 7 2000 Honda Shadow
days/wk 1-800-728-0801 Ace 750cc windshield,
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the best! HONDA CIVIC CX miles, immac cond0 MAAGER'S SPECIA
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great stereo sys., great WEEKEND
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tryside Hunt Club gated
comm. 3BR/2Ba/2CG
clubhse, pool & tennis
courts. Centrally located.
$1400.mo 386-788-2563
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
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ometownnewsOL.com
PORT ORANGE-
Summer Trees, age rest.
55+ 2/2, private patio.
Rent to own $725/mo. 93
Cypress Pond Rd.
Vacant 386-760-3468


Daytona:
* 3/2/2, 1830 LSF,
Good cond.
$1200/mos.
Port Orange:
* w/Townhome
2/2 Freshly Painted
$850/mos. co
Ormond Beach:
* 2/1/1 1158 1sf
close to the beach '
rent $900 security
deposit $900
* 2/2/2 1700 1sf
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- very
clean doublewide spa-
cious 3br/2ba, w/d hk-up
inside, Ig screened porch,
carport. No smoking/pets
$850/mo 1 year lease.
Ist/last/sec, credit check
& refs 386-767-0020
PORT ORANGE- Waters
Edge- newer lakefront
executive 1500 sf, 3/2/2,
grass cutting incl, $1250
mo. 6797 Calistoga Cir.
Diplomatic Realty Mike
386-453-4485
SOUTH DAYTONA-
2br/lba, 1 car garage,
Quiet neighborhood. No
pets, non-smoking. $775
mo. + 1 & 1/2 months
security. 386-206-9367



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/2BA/1CG.
Fireplace, screen porch
Avail nowl No pets,
$950/mo. Gated comm.
386-441-8262 / 295-6294
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COOL NC MOUNTAINS
Efficiency to 5-br houses
condos. Fully equipped.
Views, pools ,golf, tennis
& more. 1-800-545-9475
staysugar.com Sugar
Mtn Accom & Realty
GATLINBURG Tenn
Summer in the Smokies!
Near Dollywood. Plan
your break now. 2 & 3 br
chalets with mountain
views, hot tubs, Jacuzzis,
game rooms.
1-877-215-3335
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Steps from beach $1100.
fantastic, 2/2 fully furn, 2
story, spiral stairs, private
patios. w/d, cable incl.
Walk to stores, Flagler
Ave. Pets okay. Short
term avail. 305-669-1259
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
PONCE INLET- 2br/2ba,
2 story, ocean views.
Non-smoking, small pets
ok. $1200/mo. 1st, last &
security required.
407-873-1564
PORT ORANGE
Townhome 2/2.5, 2-story,
no pets, pool and tennis.
Close to shopping. Avail
now $775/mo, plus sec &
last mo. 386-299-5215
PORT ORANGE-
Intracoastal Villas Neyly
remodeled, 2/1.5 W/D,
Cent. located. Waterfront
w/pool. No pets or
smoking. $850/mo. Cable
included. 386-679-5004
PORT ORANGE-
2br/2.5ba townhouse,
recently remodeled. Pool,
tennis court, w/d & basic
cable included.
$1000/mo. 386-437-0391,


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


EDGEWATER Shangri-
La. Immaculate 2br/2ba,
quiet neighborhood. Gar.
W/D, lawn serv. $850mo
+sec. Very clean! Credit
check. 440-582-3606
EDGEWATER- 2/2, New:
carpet, air, appliances,
sinks & cabinets (In bath
& kitch). Florida Shores,
Good location. $750
negot, 630-873-0523
HOLLY HILL- large 2/1,
front & back porch, no
pets, (1 block from
Flomich, near Ridgewood
Ave.) $800/mo + utilities
386-547-2809
ORMOND BEACHSIDE-
Ocean Village, 2/1, large
Fl room, no pets. 6 mo.
lease, refs and security
required. $850 plus
electric. 716-244-3512



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
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N. GA Mtns Dahlonega
Cavender Creek Cabins
Picturesque mountain
cabins.' Late fall/winter
FREE Night special. see
our virtual tour at
www.cavendercreek.com
1-866-373-6307
NO CAROLINA Beech
Mountain. 1-6 br chalets
& mtn villas. From
$225/wk. 10% discount
www.gobeech.com
1-800-368-7404
Classified 386-322-5949


HUNT OUR Ranch Elk,
Whitetail, Buffalo, Red
Stag, Boar. Season
8-15-08 to 3-31-09 Guar-
anteed Hunt License $5,
No Game No Pay policy
office 1-877-858-3481,
Res. 1-314-293-0610




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 Free Rent
Incentives


NORTH CAROLINA-
Cabins, Condos and
Homes available for
Summer Rentals. Call
Foscoe Rentals
1-800-723-7341or online
www.foscoerentals.com
ST. AUGUSTINE BCH
Oceanview Condo fr $99
nite, or Oceanfront house
fr. $199nite/$1399wk,
Oceanfront wedding $349
or Historic District from
$129nite 904-825-1911
www.sunstatevacatlon.com


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bridge w/duel controls,
stand up head w/shower
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Chryslers w/low hrs, elec
wench for anchor, full
curtains w/2 bimini tops.
Full shore to boat hook-
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Dive platform. All Coast
Guard equip. Boat
loaded. Too many extras
to list. $15,900/offer or
trade for whatever! Sale
due to health.
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