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WESH-TV NEWS
BUREAU CHIEF


Hi, Hometown News
readers.


Privacy is main
ruling in sex sting
The courts made big
news this week, as several
rulings were handed
down in connection with
a sex sting in a Sears
bathroom at the Volusia
Mall.
Nine men were arrested
late last year after
Daytona Beach Police
were contacted by Sears'
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City attom

Bethany Chambers
bchambers@hometownnewsol.com
HOLLY HILL In anoth-
er contentious city commis-
sion meeting last week, city
officials announced they
had hired an attorney to
represent the same high-
ranking police officials they
are investigating.
City officials are investi-
gating criminal complaints
against Chief Don Shinna-
mon, public safety director,
Cmdr. Mark Barker and for-
mer city manager Joe Forte,
lodged with the Florida
Department of Law
Enforcement by Commis-
sioner Liz Towsley, a fired


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employee.
Officials hired prominent
Daytona Beach attorney
Mike Lambert to defend the
men against any civil or
criminal actions initiated by
Ms. Towsley.
The commission also
voted last week on a resolu-
tion that distanced the city,
its staff and representatives
from Ms. Towsley, who they
said is acting as a citizen,
not an elected official.
City manager Tim Har-
buck said he and city attor-
ney Scott Simpson have
reviewed the complaints
See INVESTIGATE, A4


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)mplaints


Photo by Bethany Chambers
Holly Hill resident and business owner Peter Myrick
addressed Commissioner Liz Towsley at last week's
commission meeting, telling her she made the city
'the laughingstock of Volusia County.'


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Five-year-old Keira Kennedy listens to tutoring volunteer Weegie Kuendig at the STAR
Center for the Homeless in Daytona Beach.

Reading program helps homeless kids

Volunteers needed through summer


Bethany Chambers
bchambers@hometownnewsol.com
VOLUSIA COUNTY -
Georgia, a leggy, tow-head-
ed 8-year-old, walked to the
front of the room and held
up her worksheet. It pic-
tured a board game-style
snaking path with golden
stars dotting the way.
"I finished orange," she
said sheepishly, pointing to
the Hooked on Phonics
level she had just complet-
ed.
The response from the
others in the room was an
overwhelming round of
applause and whistles.


Within seconds, though,
everyone was back to their
studies, including Georgia,
who forged ahead with her
tutor, Weegie Kuendig.
In the small library of the
STAR Center for the Home-
less on North Street in Day-
tona Beach, a handful of
homeless elementary stu-
dents meet with volunteer
tutors one-on-one twice a
week to complete the five
levels of Hooked on Phon-
ics.
, Their celebrations are
frequent, though short,
mostly because of their
own dedication.
"This isn't party time; it's


work time," said Shiela
McKay-Vaughan, a mem-
ber of the STAR board of
directors and a Daytona
Beach city commissioner,
as the room quieted. "But
this is not a classroom situ-
ation. Nobody is embar-
rassed. No comparisons.
Everything they do is right
and good."
Ms. McKay-Vaughan
founded this tutoring pro-
gram two months ago with
the help of Dennis Conley, a
Daytona Beach father of
two. He'd had great success
teaching his own daughters
See TUTOR, A9


Walking for the blind


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Sheila Bryan (left) of Daytona Beach keeps the rhythm as Taylor
Smith, 7, leads her group with her parents Telcyn and Evan Smith dur-
ing the White Cane Awareness Walk for the Conklin Center for the
Blind in Daytona Beach last weekend.


ENTER
THE KIDS
ZONE

What'sthe secret to a
local school's rising test
scores? Community
support Page A3


FRIDAY, June 20, 2008



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For Hometown News
Volnews@hometownnewsol.com
Did you notice some-
thing a little different with
Hometown News you are
currently reading? Does it
look a little sharper?
Crisper? Easier to read and
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City may accept


credit cards online

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the city will save money in
the long run, said Tim
Harbuck, city manager.
The city will not charge
fees to users who come to
city hall to pay by credit
card.
The commission will
vote at its June 24 meeting
to open a bidding process
for a company to provide
the new service.
Utility users will still be
able to pay their bills by
mailing or dropping off
cash or checks, or setting
up an automatic funds
transfer from their bank
accounts.
If the commission
approves the new system,
people will also be able to
pay their utility bills 24
hours a day, seven days a
week with a credit card.
Currently, credit cards
are only accepted
between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Monday through Friday,
Mr. Schwartzlander said.
"I think most people
work 8 to 5, if not longer,
these days," he said. "It's
not real convenient for
them to come in or call."
In May, the city received
269 credit card payments
by phone.

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Anonymous donor gives


YMCA $250,000


Grant directed to
Derbyshire Road -
Holly Hill area
Bethany Chambers
bchambers@hometownnewsol.com
DAYTONA BEACH The Greater
Daytona Beach Area YMCA received
a $250,000 grant from an anony-
mous donor, interim CEO Kenneth
Bames announced recently.
The money will impact about 300
families and children a year for the
next three years, Mr. Barnes said.
"It's a godsend to get more kids
engaged and covered," he said.
The YMCA will use the grant for
after-school programs, daycare,
swim lessons, youth sports and
summer camps, Mr. Bames said.
The only specification the grant
came with was that the money must
be used to provide outreach services
to residents of the Derbyshire Road-
Holly Hill area.
The grant comes at a time when
that area is in a state of transition.
The Daytona Beach Area YMCA


closed its outdated 40-year-old facil-
ity on Derbyshire Road last summer,
and officials spent nearly a year
looking for a new location.
The new home, at Nova Road and
Third Street in Holly Hill, is a much
smaller facility, without athletic
fields, a gym or pool.
Some programs are being out-
sourced to city recreation depart-
ments and churches.
"This is an underserved area in the
community," Mr. Bames said. "The
YMCA, although physically not
located at Derbyshire (Park) any-
more, has not abandoned the com-
munity."
With the first portion of the grant,
the YMCA was able to provide 100
more scholarships to summer
camps that began last week.
Families pay about $70 a week for
kids, ages 3 to 13, to attend the 10-
week day camps.
In order to register children in a
short timeframe, Mr. Barnes said he
turned to referrals from schools and
ministries familiar with families in
the area that might benefit.
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Bethany Chambers
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HOLLY HILL Trans-
posed numbers, unsigned
receipts, overtime hours
and tied-up phone lines
are all part of the hassle of
accepting credit card pay-
ments by phone, city offi-
cials said in a workshop
last week.
Instead, they'd like to
have utility bills paid
online or through an auto-
mated phone system. A
new program, proposed
by city finance director
Kurt Swartzlander, would
do just that.
City officials would con-
tract with a third-party
company to provide aWeb
site and toll-free number
for utility users. The ven-
dor would receive a per-
centage of the credit card
payments the city collects.
A preliminary consen-
sus by the commission
suggested that they would
like utility users to pay the
vendor's percentage, plus
the credit card company's
percentage in a conven-
ience fee.
Mr. Swartzlander esti-
mated the fee would be
$3.50 to $5 per transac-
tion. By charging users,


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management, who com-
plained about illicit behav-
ior in the second-floor
men's restroom.
Police got help from
beach patrol officers who
had experience conducting
stings in beachfront bath-
rooms.
Much of the attention
focused on two high-profile
suspects: former Seabreeze
High School teacher David
Behringer and former
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ly on the testimony of the
undercover officers, and this
week, County Judge Peter
McGlashen suppressed
evidence against Mr.
Behringer.
The judge ruled Mr.
Behringer had an expecta-
tion of privacy in a closed
bathroom stall and did not
engage undercover officers
who testified they could see
Mr. Behringer performing a
sex act through gaps in the
stall. The act in itself is not
illegal, the judge said.
However, Judge McGlashen
will allow the undercover
officers to testify against Mr.
Shallow.
In his ruling, the judge
said Mr. Shallow's expecta-
tion of privacy was far less,
because he seemed to invite
the undercover officers by
moving his foot into the
adjoining stall and making
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attorney, Mike Lambert, is
stunned. He said if the
behavior isn't illegal for one
suspect, it can't be illegal for
another. He said making
sounds is not a crime.
County Judge Belle
Schumann, hearing the case
of another man caught in
the sting, Kenneth Halpin,
44, ruled that beach patrol
officers' testimony should
be suppressed in his case.
The judge said that under
current Florida law, the sex
act alone in a closed stall is
not illegal, and that Mr.
Halpin, too, had an expecta-
tion of privacy.
Judge Schumann is asking
the 5th District Court of
Appeals to clarify the rules
of privacy in public places
when police suspect
criminal activity.
State attorney John
Tanner told WESH 2 the
sting may have been flawed,
because the undercover
officers were used to
busting men in beach
bathrooms where there are
no doors and no expecta-
tion of privacy. He said law
officers must still vigorously
protect the public, but said
after these rulings, officers
will make cases stand based
on new knowledge of the
law.
Daytona Beach Police
Chief Mike Chitwood
doesn't mince words when it
comes to the rulings. He
said something is wrong
with the law when men can
perform sex acts in a public
bathroom without fear of
reprisal. Chief Chitwood
said anyone, including
children, are subject to what
he calls "deviant behavior,"
and said the public should


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be outraged that anyone
committing a crime has an
expectation of privacy in a
public place.
Chief Chitwood said the
rulings will not prevent his
department from acting
when a business, as Sears
did, asks police for help. He
said sometimes you have to
make an arrest because
society demands it.

Declining enrollment
forces teachers into
unemployment
WESH reported that more
than 200 teachers were
given pink slips recently in
Volusia County. The school
district said the problems
are budgets and declining
enrollment, and WESH 2
has learned enrollment
problems are bigger than
the district thought.
They said they lost 1,400
students this past school
year, and figured it would be
about the same next year,
but based on current
enrollment, the district is
projecting a loss of 2,500
students for the 2008-09
year. They suspect the
economy and home foreclo-
sures are forcing families to
leave the area.
WESH 2 talked with
several teachers who were
fired recently, and they are
angry about the process.
They said seniority was
ignored when the district
fired contract teachers who
had not yet achieved tenure.
A third-year teacher told
WESH 2 that she was let go
despite good evaluations,
while a first-year teacher at
the same school still has a
job.


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A district spokesman said
contract teachers serve at
the pleasure of the superin-
tendent, and there are no
guarantees they will be re-
hired from year to year. The
union representing teachers
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the school district.

Young boys involved
in wild police chase
Two teenage boys wanted
for purse snatching were
arrested on Father's Day
after a wild police chase.
More than half a dozen
police vehicles and a
helicopter sped through the
streets of Holly Hill trying to
nab the suspects, among
them a 15-year-old boy who
police said was driving a
stolen car.
Authorities said the teen
crashed into a police vehicle
and four suspects ran from
the stolen vehicle. Two of
the four boys are still on the
run.

Bad economy
cause of crime?
Daytona Beach Police
have seen a sharp rise in
armed robberies and say it's
possible the economy is
behind some of the crimes.
In other cases, it's a matter
of opportunity.
An armed man, wearing a
white knit cap over his face,
hit the Get N' Go conven-
ience store on North Nova
Road as employees were
getting ready to close. The
suspect ordered the clerk to
give him all the cash in the
drawer and made off with
$300. Fortunately, no one
was hurt. If you have any
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Six months for former
Lollipops manager
The manager of a local
strip club, who was sen-
tenced for elections law
violations, will not get out of
jail early. Sean Bishop,
manager of Lollipops, is
serving six months for
funneling money into the
campaigns of two city
commissioners in an effort
to curry favor. Mr. Bishop's
lawyer said his client is not a
danger to the community,
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until August.

Deputy at trial for
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A trial is underway in the
case of a former Volusia
County Sheriff's deputy,
accused of conspiracy to
commit robbery, misuse of
confidential information
and unlawful compensa-
tion. A judge refused to
dismiss charges against
Eugene Walton who had
been a deputy for 13 years
and a school resource
officer at Campbell Middle
School. Mr. Walton was
arrested last September.
Investigators said he
plotted with others to pull
over a drug dealer while on
duty and rob him for
money. Mr. Walton's attor-
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have talked tough, but never
followed through with any
of the allegations.

Claire Metz is the WESH2
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Volusia and Flagler counties.


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community support

Collaborative effort by school and
community makes a difference


By Jeanne Willard
Willard@hometownnewsol.com
ORMOND BEACH A
local elementary school
racked-up an impressive 27
percent increase in fourth-
grade FCAT writing scores,
the second-highest score in
the Volusia County School
District.
That's cause enough for
celebration by teachers and
staff of Osceola Elementary
School, but they aren't sit-
ting on their laurels.
"What we are working on
is a culture of learning," said
Principal Earl Johnson. "We
work on sustainability."
Mr. Johnson credits a
team effort by teachers, par-
ents and the community in
what he termed a "para-
digm shift" in how the
school is approaching
instruction.
"Our philosophy is to
teach to each individual
student," he said, "as
opposed to teaching a class-
room full of students."
To that end school per-
sonnel began after-school
and in-classroom tutoring
programs that are translat-
ing into higher scores and
better learning, said Lisa
Dubrule, reading interven-
tion teacher and academic
coach.
One of those programs,
Kids Zone, is.an after-school
program that provided
tutoring and homework
assistance to 72 students
this year, she said.
Beginning in the fall with
24 students, the program
was able to accommodate


48 more students this year
because of the support of
the FUTURES Foundation
for Volusia County Schools,
Food Brings Hope, a United
Way initiative and local
organizations.
FUTURES, a non-profit
foundation providing assis-
tance to Volusia County
public schools, has awarded
more than $10,000 in
matching grant funds to
Osceola Elementary School,
FUTURES officials said.
Area businesses and
groups provide donations,
which are matched dollar-
for-dollar by FUTURES, Mr.
Johnson said.
Food Brings Hope provid-
ed meals, snacks and bus
transportation home for
students attending Kids
Zone, he said.
In the current budgetary
crisis, programs such as
Kids Zone and in-classroom
tutoring are making a differ-
ence and couldn't be done
without outside support, he
said.
"Area businesses and civic
organizations have been
very, very generous to us,"
Mr. Johnson said. "The
return on their investment
is the second highest scores
in the district."
The 441-student, kinder-
garten through fifth-grade
campus draws students
from Ormond Beach and
Daytona Beach.
With a high number of
students from low-income
families, Osceola Elemen-
tary School is designated a
Title 1 school.
Sixty percent of its stu-


Photo courtesy of Osceola Elementary School
Jackie Rosado (foreground) and Katie Clow, both fourth-
graders at Osceola Elementary School in Ormond Beach,
work at computers during the after-school tutoring pro-
gram Kids Zone. The program is funded by the FUTURES
Foundation for Volusia County schools and donations by
local businesses and civic organizations.


dents are eligible for free or
reduced lunches, Ms.
Dubrule said.
"A lot of people are
unaware of that," she said.
People sometimes
assume that because the
school is located beachside,
all the families are affluent,
she said.
Parent support is also
critical to the success of
these types of programs, Mr.
Johnson said.
Staff members reach out
to parents by phone, mail
and sometimes just catch-
ing them whenever they
can, Ms. Dubrule said.
"I can tell you I've had a
few meetings in Food Lion
and Publix," she said laugh-
ing.


"Whatever we can do to
get them here or get them
involved," she said.
With his fourth year as
principal winding down,
Mr. Johnson is already talk-
ing about where the school
is headed. "Where we are
now is just the tip of the ice-
berg because we are moving
in a direction that will
ensure the kids will receive
top notch instruction," Mr.
Johnson said.
He is quick to deflect any
personal credit for the
school's successes.
"I have to commend the
faculty and' staff here
because they are absolutely
second-to-none," he said.
"We have a great team here
at Osceola."


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New substation opens


Photo by Bethany Chambers
Don Shinnamon, Holly Hill public safety director, and Mayor Roland Via cut the ribbon
at the city's new police substation at 240 Ridgewood Ave. last week as Commissioner
John Penny, Steve Tyler, CRA advisory board chairman, and city manager Tim Harbuck
watch. The station will house the city's five special response team officers, who will
lead the new business watch. A meeting will be held at 5:30 p.m., June 25 at Sica Hall.


Volunteers invited to mark drains


For Hometown News
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Environmental enthusi-
asts are invited to support
cleaner waterways by help-
ing mark storm drains from
9:30 a.m. to noon, Friday,
June 20, at Sun Splash Park,
611 S. Atlantic Ave., Daytona
Beach.
Coordinated by Volusia
County Environmental


Investigate
From page Al
filed with FDLE by Ms.
Towsley.
Although Mr. Harbuck has
conducted an investigation
of his own already, he said
Mr. Simpson will also inter-
view Chief Shinnamon,
Cmdr. Mark Barker and Mr.
Forte, who is now an assis-
tant county manager in
Seminole County.
Mr. Simpson will provide
the results of his investiga-
tion to Mr. Harbuck and
Mayor Roland Via within 30
days. They will also be
turned over to FDLE.
Mr. Harbuck said his
investigation found "noth-
ing that rises to the level of
administrative wrongdoing,
and certainly not criminal
wrongdoing."
"Obviously she's not satis-
fied with my finding," he
said.
Ms. Towsley filed hun-
dreds of pages of informa-
tion with FDLE in early May
related to what she said
were four charges of crimi-
nal wrongdoing by the men.
All of the charges relate to
Ms. Towsley's two-year
tenure as a civilian commu-
nity service officer with the
police department. She was
fired from the position in
December 2006.
According to the com-
plaints, Ms. Towsley alleges
the men committed bribery,
conspiracy and extortion
when they threatened to


Management, volunteers
will place "No dumping -
drains to waterways" decals
on storm drains in the area
to include streets near Inter-
national Speedway and
Seabreeze boulevards.
Following the marking,
lunch will be provided at the
park.
The effort is sponsored by
the city of Daytona Beach,
the PACE Center for Girls,


sue her if she did not resign
from her position. She also
claims the men filed false
reports of crimes, misused
their public positions and
conspired to squelch her
rights as a citizen of the city.
Ms. Towsley's letter to
FDLE calls the men "vindic-
tive" and "sadistic" and said
she fears they will try to
remove her from public
office or falsely arrest her.
"This is not a case of 'bad
boss,' but of the boss
destroying lives," she wrote.
She filed the paperwork
following a vote in late April
by the city commission to
hire an attorney on behalf
of Chief Shinnamon and
Cmdr. Barker regarding
what they called "a pattern
of harassment" by Ms.
Towsley.
Early last week, Mr. Simp-
son interviewed and hired
Mr. Lambert, a criminal
attorney, to represent them.
The city will pay attorney
fees for Chief Shinnamon
and Cmdr. Barker of up to
$1,000. Mr. Lambert will
most likely spend a couple.
of weeks meeting with the
men and drafting a cease-
and-desist letter to be deliv-
ered to Ms. Towsley, Mr.
Harbuck said. He could not
speculate what the exact
content of that letter might
be, he said.
On the advice of labor
counsel, Mr. Simpson also
drafted a resolution that
states, "Liz Towsley's
involvement in the filing of
this complaint was in her


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individual capacity and
such action was not con-
doned by the city manager
nor the city commission."
The commission voted for
the resolution 3-1, with Ms.
Towsley dissenting.
Because of the vote, the
city should not pay for Chief
Shinnamon's and Cmdr.
Barker's attorney to send
her a letter, Ms. Towsley
said.
"I think the letter is null
and void now. I don't think
the city owes Mike Lambert
one dime," she said. "(The
commission) said I acted as
a citizen; the commander
and chief asked for the
money to defend them-
selves against me as a com-
missioner."
The resolution also stated
that the city commission
supports Chief Shinnamon
and Cmdr. Barker.
Mr. Harbuck said he
would not impede any fur-
ther investigations initiated
by a credible law enforce-
ment agency, but would not
go as far as to invite an
investigation, as Ms.
Towsley has requested.
That's just not enough,
Ms. Towsley countered.
"You cannot do an inter-
nal investigation and have
the city attorney talking
only to Barker, Shinnamon
and Forte and nobody else.
(Mr. Simpson) is the trustee
of (the city of Holly Hill) cor-
poration; he has a conflict of
interest," she said last week.
"This is a bogus investiga-
tion."


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Daytona Beach Police
Department

*Joseph Keenan, 66, of
1221 Kennedy Road, No. 41,
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed June 6 on charges of
grand theft. Bail was set at
$1,000.
*John Dennis Calhoun,
48, of 281 S. Seneca Blvd.,
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed June 6 on charges of poss
session of a schedule II sub-
stance. No bail was set.
*Raymond Edward
Adkins, 50, of 316 North St.,
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed June 6 on charges of pos-
session of cocaine. Bail was
set at $2,000.
*Philip Raymond Ham-
mer, 56, of 518 Brentwood,
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed June 6 on charges of for-
gery, possession of forged
bills and making tools for
forgery. Bail was set at
$30,000.
*Ronald Christopher
Williams, 37, of 340 North
St., Daytona Beach, was
arrested June 7 on charges
of attempted strong-arm
robbery. Bail was set at
$5,000.
*Jerry Lee Harris, 59, of
207 N. Adams St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested June 7
on charges of uttering a for-
gery. No bail was set.
*Diuan Marquest
Canidate, 21, of 3 Starling
Drive, Daytona Beach, was
arrested June 7 on charges
of possession of marijuana
with intent to distribute.
Bail was set at $10,000.
*Calvin J. Jackson, 48, of
815 Marion St., Daytona
Beach,_was arrested June 7
on charges of tampering
with evidence and unlawful
possession of a schedule IV
drug. Bail was set at $3,600.
*Mikell Chauncey Law-
son, 26, of 711 Verdell St.,
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed June 7 on charges of rob-
bery. Bail was set at $15,000.
*Michael Ray Cooper, 20,
of 220 Pierce Ave., Daytona


Beach, was arrested June 7
on charges of possession of
cocaine. Bail was set at
$2,500.
*Lorez M. Riley, 29, of 316
North St., Daytona Beach,
was arrested June 8 on
charges of arson. Bail was
set at $5,000.
*Grant V. Morse, 43, of 728
Ballough Road, Daytona
Beach, was arrested June 8
on charges of burglary. No
bail was set.
*Michael Anthony Gard-
ner, 27, of 430 Hudson St.,
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed June 8 on charges of
unlawful possession of,
cocaine. Bail was set at
$3,000.
*Lashana Viola Griffin, 20,
of ,506 Madison Ave., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
June 9 on charges of aggra-
vated domestic assault. No
bail was set.
*Larry D. McClinton, 24,
of 517 Loomis St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested June 9
on charges of possession of
cocaine. Bail was set at
$2,500.
*April Nicole Fields, 26; of
717 Fletcher St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested June 10
on charges of tampering
with evidence. Bail was set
at $1,500.
*Brandon Lavelle Range,
27, of 156 Reva St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested June 10
on charges of aggravated
battery. No bail was set.
*John William Boswell, 28,
of 340 North St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested June 10
on charges of robbery by
sudden snatching and pos-
session of cocaine. Bail was
set at $7,500.
*Fred Harden, 51, of 352
Gull Ave., Daytona Beach,
was arrested June 10 on
charges of aggravated
assault. Bail was set at
$1,500.
Daryl Lee Coefield, 30, of
515 Belleview Ave., Daytona
Beach, was arrested June 11
on charges of burglary. Bail
was set at $5,000.
*Cleveland James Wilson,


25, of 940 School St., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
June 11 on charges of armed
robbery of an occupied
dwelling, false imprison-
ment and wearing a mask to
commit armed robbery. Bail
was set at $50,000.
*Sheila Denise Gibson, 37,
of 1040 Fourth St., Daytona
Beach, was .arrested June 12
on charges of the sale of and
possession of cocaine, traf-
ficking cocaine, trafficking
Hydrocodone, trafficking
Oxycodone and three
counts of unlawful posses-
sion of a controlled sub-
stance. Bail was set at
$15,000.
*Paul William Sothard, 33,
of 210 Bellevue Ave., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
June 12 on charges of pos-
session of cocaine. Bail was
set at $3,000.
*Tyrone A. Cameron, 55,
of 119 Palm Drive, Daytona
Beach, was arrested June 12
on charges of possession, of
cocaine. Bail was 'set at
$1,500.
*John S. Mathis, 46, of
1040 Fourth St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested June 12
on charges of the sale of and
possession of cocaine, traf-
ficking in cocaine, traffick-
ing in Hydrocodone, pos-
session of a firearm by a
convicted felon, possession
of ammunition by a con-
victed felon, trafficking in
Oxycodone and three
counts of possession of a
controlled substance. Bail
was set at $15,000.

Holly Hill Police
Department

*Richard Arthur Andreuc-
ci, 27, of 615 State Ave.,
Holly Hill, was arrested June
6 on charges of the
sale/delivery of a controlled
substance. Bail was set at
$2,000.
*John Michael Lilly, 52, of
1028 Indian Oaks West,
Holly Hill, was arrested June
7 on charges of possession


of marijuana with intent to
distribute. Bail was set at
$8,000.
*Jack Leroy Salmans Jr.,
39, of 1028 Indian Oaks
West, Holly Hill, was arrest-
ed June 7 on charges of pos-
session of cannabis. Bail
was set at $2,000.

Volusia County
Sheriffs Office

*Robert Lee Long Jr., 33, of
892 Derbyshire Road, Holly
Hill, was arrested June 6 on
charges of the sale of
cocaine. Bail was set at
$20,000.
*Stewart W. Foley, 57, of
340 North St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested June 6
on charges of the sale of
cocaine. Bail was set at
$20,000.
eDavid Allen Gilbert Jr.,
33, of 236 N. Halifax Ave.,
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed June 7 on charges of
principal to utter forgery,
grand theft and possession
of a firearm by a convicted
felon. Bail was set at
$15,000.
*Rosemarie Moore, 24, of
1146 North St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested June 9
on charges of possession of
crack cocaine and introduc-
ing narcotics into a deten-
tion facility. No bail was set.
*Jesse Manuel Villalobos,
29, of 1482 Carmen Ave.,
Holly Hill, was arrested June
10 on charges of possession
of a firearm by a felon. No
bail was set.
*Harrison Burson, 22, of
809 Forest Lane, Daytona
Beach, was arrested June
10 on, charges of felony
battery. Bail was set at
$10,000.
*James Colon Roberts,
32, of 109 Broad Ave., Day-
tona. Beach, was arrested
June 11 on charges of
aggravated domestic
assault. No bail was set.
*Gary Wayne Butler, 27,
of 1386 Wright St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested June


Wanted person:
Patrick J. Radcliff
Nickname: PJ
Birth date: May 17, 1989
Reason wanted:
Principal to armed
robbery
Last known location:
Daytona Beach

Crime Stoppers of
Northeast Florida is
seeking information on
the whereabouts of
Patrick J. Radcliff, 19.
Radcliff is wanted for his
alleged role in an armed
robbery that occurred
on May 15 in the 300
block of Lane Street in
Daytona Beach. A judge
issued an arrest warrant
on May 22 calling for
Radcliff to be taken into
custody and held on
$100,000 bond.
Radcliff's last known
address was on Charles
Street in Daytona Beach.

11 on charges of grand
theft. Bail was set at $2,000.
*Dallas Dewayne' Taylor,
31, of 3243 Lapaloma Ave.,
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed June 12 on charges of
burglary with assault and
battery. No bail was set.

Florida Department
of Law Enforcement

*Barry Arthur Myers, 52,
of 1148 Ginsberg Drive,
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed June 6 on charges of fal-
sifying records. Bail was set
at $1,500.


Patrick J. Radcliff


He's 5 feet, 10 inches and
approximately 130
pounds, with black hair
and brown eyes.
Anyone with informa-
tion on Radcliff's where-
abouts is asked to call
Crime Stoppers toll-free
at (888)277-TIPS. Callers
to Crime Stoppers will
,remain anonymous and
can qualify for a reward
of up to $1,000.


Florida
Highway Patrol
*Maurice Lamar Fields,
24, of 424 N. Charles St., No.
6, Daytona Beach, was
arrested June 10 on charges
of fleeing and attempting to
elude. No bail was set.

Volusia County
Beach Patrol
*Lloyd A. Skeel, 35, of 133
Fairview Ave., Daytona
Beach, was arrested June 11
on charges of grand theft.
No bail was set.


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Resident addresses Volusia County Council
regarding spay/neuter ordinance

The one thing you cannot legislate is common sense.
Thank you for seeing the light and upholding your convic-
tions and decisions to pass this controversial ordinance. To
finally initiate a solution for companion pet overpopula-
tion is truly welcome news.
Passing the mandatory spay/neuter ordinance is the first
step in a positive direction. Now, we need to get the individ-
ual cities on board to help stop the horrendous numbers of
dogs and cats being euthanized yearly.
Thank you ever so much from the many thousands of ani-
mals who suffer needlessly due to human ignorance and
selfishness. And our sincere blessings from all of the many
dedicated people working in the shelters, the "foster par-
ents" who open their hearts and homes to these discarded
dogs and cats and the many people volunteering their
time, resources and dollars to find loving homes for these
animals.
Animals should not be considered as expendable proper-
ty, nor as a commodity. They are living,
breathing creatures who feel pain, hunger and suffer from
diseases and neglect just as we humans do. If you decide to
adopt a pet, that pet becomes a member of your family to
be cared for and treated with respect for life.
Sadly, all of us involved in rescue know we can only save a
very small percentage of these poor animals, but saving one
little life at a time is exactly why we do what we do.
Be part of the solution, not the problem. Stop littering!

Vote for a bill to save Social Security

There are lots of senior citizens in the area, who have chil-
dren who will be trying to retire before too long. I was won-
dering how many of us are aware and sufficiently alarmed
to call our congressmen to vote for HR219, which would
immediately stop our politicians from robbing our Social
Security retirement fund.
Apparently, the main reason it is in trouble is because for
the last 20 years, our politicians have been helping them-
selves to that trust fund for such things as building an
indoor rain forest in Ohio and building a bridge to nowhere
in Alaska. How that qualifies as something to be taken for
Social Security is beyond me.
I am calling my politicians, and I hope the rest of you will,
too.

Bravo for 'Devoted' group

I didn't know the CANDO organization was still around in
Ormond Beach. Apparently, they are, and they are still mon-
itoring city government here.
Recently, CANDO representatives were successful in con-
vincing the Ormond Beach City Commission that wording
in another building height charter amendment proposed
for the November election should be changed.
Way to go, CANDO! We in Ormond Beach need you and
appreciate you.
The proposed charter amendment dealing with excep-
tions to the 75-foot building height limit now being consid-
ered by the Ormond Beach City Commission is seriously
flawed. This proposed amendment has already undergone
one rewriting, but is still vague and seemingly contradictory
within itself.
The final clause in the proposal appears to nullify other
clauses, and when twisted and turned by a smart attorney,
could possibly make the current 75-foot height limit invalid
if taken to court.
The purpose of the proposed amendment is to protect
those residents who reside in buildings that now exceed 75
feet. Why not just say that and skip all the legalese? One has
to wonder what the true intent of this proposed amend-
ment might be.

Raves for special graduate edition

Hats off to Hometown News and its sponsors for publishing
the Graduation Photo Keepsake Edition of the local 2008
graduates.
These young men and women deserve to be recognized,
and your paper did an excellent job with this special edition.



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Saving rainwater
adds up
to great benefits
The author of a recent
Rants & Raves addressed the
idea of capturing rainwater
from the roof, storing it in
rain barrels and then using it
to water the lawns. It is an
idea, I'd like to note, that my
husband also has threatened
to write about in the Rants &
Raves, but just never seemed
to get around to it. So, his wife
has taken it upon herself to
do his job for him as wives
often do.
While researching this idea,
I learned that harvesting
rainwater from rooftops is
commonly used by other
countries facing freshwater
shortages. In Bermuda, for
example, for about 400 years
(and as mandated by law),
rain has been captured on
roofs made of limestone and
then stored in cisterns -
providing the sole source of
this country's fresh water.
Limestone is a natural mate-
rial that actually filters the
water, making it safe to drink.
These limestone roofs also
are reportedly capable of
withstanding a Category 3
hurricane (Great idea; why
didn't we think of that?).
So, I did a few simple calcu-


lations of my own just to see
if there really was something.
to this rainwater harvesting.
According to published data,
New Smyrna Beach receives
an average annual rainfall of
49 inches,, which is a tad
more than 4 feet. Our roof
area approximates the
square footage of our house,
which is about 2,000 square
feet. I calculated that the vol-
ume of rainwater we could
potentially harvest from our
roof is about 8,000 cubic feet
per year (4 ft X 2,000 ft2 =
8,000 ft3). Converting this to
gallons (to convert to gallons
simply multiply total cubic
feet by 7.48), that's more than
59, 800 gallons of rainwater
harvested from our roof per
year! And according to our
household consumption of
water as noted on our
monthly utility bill, if we were
living in Bermuda with lime-
stone-filtered water, our rain-
water harvest would be more
than enough to provide our
family with all of our annual
freshwater needs!
But we don't live in Bermu-
da, and we have an alu-
minum roof. So then, what
can we do with this great har-
vest? Well, most simply,
water our yard and garden.
But, maybe we could do even
more., Before actually pre-


What a breath of fresh air to have a local paper that is really
there for the community, and this is just one of the ways your
paper truly lives up to its name.
Thanks for making a difference in our community!

Seniors deserve graduation photo keepsake

Thank you, Hometown News for printing a special edition
of the Volusia County 2008 high school senior pictures.
When I learned that the News-Journal was not going to
print the pictures of our students unless the parents paid for
an ad, it was very upsetting.
Our sons and daughters have worked hard to make it to this
important milestone in their lives and for it not to be recog-
nized is a shame.
Thank you for giving them recognition they deserve. Home-
town News, you showed that you really are a community
paper by printing the 2008 graduation photo keepsake.

Reader amused by rants

Fess up, Hometown News. You have a staff fiction writer
who seeds the Viewpoint page with fake rants, right?
That would explain the sheer volume of misery found there
in print each week. Only a trained professional could conjure
and compose so many misinformed, myopic malcontents.
Please keep 'em coming! Particular favorites are supersti-
tious warning rants involving divine retribution. Terrific
entertainment!
After all, the worse it gets, the better those awful Jim
Petrone cartoons might look. All delivered free!

Editor's note: If we had the time to think up our own rants,
we would have found the solution to world peace first.

Resident is fed up

I am so sick of hearing about how property tax cuts have
created the need for cuts in education spending; this is sim-
ply not true! Taxes in Volusia County were doubled and
tripled over the past years, until "the people" were fed up and
did something about it. Where is the surplus of revenue col-
lected in the name of property taxes?
We are being penalized because of the government's failure
to follow a budget. Education is very important and should
not be anywhere near the top of the list when it comes to
where to reduce spending.


senting this additional idea,
let me give you some back-
ground hopefully to moti-
vate you to do just a little
more, too.
Did you know that of all
the Earth's fresh water, only
about 1 percent of it is actu-
ally drinkable? The U.S.
alone consumes about 450
billion gallons of fresh water
each day. But and here's
the kicker! 40 percent of all
U.S. consumption of fresh
drinking water is literally
flushed down the toilet! So
this means that with each
toilet flush, we waste about 4
gallons of fresh drinking
water (typical toilets use 3 to
5 gallons per flush). Accord-
ing to published statistics,
each person averages about
four flushes per day. That's
an average of 16 gallons per
day per person, and we have
three people in our house-
hold, so now that's 48 gallons
of wasted drinking water per
day or 17,520 wasted gallons
of fresh drinking water in
our home per year! But, this
'is only about 29 percent of
the water I could be harvest-
ing from my roof.
Stay with me just a bit
longer for one more calcula-
tion (isn't math fun). Based
on the 2004 census, New.
Smyrna Beach has a popula-


tion of about 21,464 smart,
innovative citizens. If we cal-
culate the amount of wasted
freshwater due to our flush-
es, it would be about 343,424
gallons per day or more than
125 million gallons per year!
Whereas on a normal day,
each of us (you, me and
everyone else) requires
about 0.5 gallons of drinking
water (eight 8 ounce glass-
es). New Smyrna Beach citi-
zens are flushing away more
than 250 million daily
requirements of fresh drink-
ing water every year. Yikes! I
would venture to say that
this not only exceeds the
annual drinking water
requirements of New Smyr-
na Beach citizens, but those
of the visiting snowbirds and
our annual tourist popula-
tion as well.
So, let's divert some of this
harvested rainwater to our
toilets for flushing and save
the drinking water for drink-
ing. We just bought a rain
barrel from the good folks at
the New Smyrna Beach Utili-
ties Commission. Are any of
you smart, innovative citi-
zens interested in develop-
ing/sharing a diversion
method?

DebraWoodall
New Smyrna Beach


It's time to make our government accountable.

A better way to save money

I read in the paper that Margagaret Smith, the Volusia County
School superintendent, has told the schools to raise the ther-
mostats in each school to 74 degrees to save money. I have an
idea, raise it to 78, which is where most people I know keep
their home thermostat.
In addition, the 2 percent cut in salaries for the administra-
tors is a joke. It should be at least 10 percent, and some of the
positions should be cut.

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

This is from a senior "hot metal" printer who knows that a
"California Job Case" is not a case of California wines.
I can only praise the format of this newspaper, because it
brings back many good memories of my apprentice years. I
also remember that in either 1995 or 1996, the Congress of
the United States passed a bi-partisan bill to drill for oil in
Alaska. This bill was vetoed by a Democratic president,
William Clinton. I guess this makes the loss of oil from Alaska
a "Republican" problem.
Regardless of our political persuasion, we (both Democrats
and Republicans) are paying for the action of a Democratic
president named Bill Clinton.

Democratic woes

Forty-five years before 'the Republicans took over, the
Democrats ran Congress, the Senate and the White House.
They got us in three major wars: World War II, the Korea War
and The Kennedy/Johnson War, which is known as Vietnam,
where 58,000 people died for nothing.
Jimmy Carter "the Democrat" caused all the trouble in the
Middle East by letting the people in Iran take the country
over. He also caused our diplomats and personnel to be held
as prisoners for more than 400 days. The day Reagan took
office, they knew they had better release them. They were
home within three days after that.
Now you do the math. Looks to me like the Democrats have
messed things up for more than 45 years. I am an independ-
ent, and I do not agree with either party right now, but I can
reassure you that I would never vote for a Democrat.


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Gm opens 'judgment-free zone' in area


Bethany Chambers
bchambers@hometownnewsol.com
DAYTONA BEACH -
Going to the gym can be an
exercise in humiliation for
some. Watching sweat pour-
ing down the tanned and
toned figures of half-naked
bodybuilders and beauty
queens, not to mention the
lines encircling treadmills
hogged by gaunt marathon
runners, can be intimidat-
ing.
With all the pill popping
and pop music pumping,
the place could be mistaken
for a rave.
In a beach town, there are
plenty of places for exhibi-
tionists to sashay down
imaginary catwalks.
The gym should not be
one of those places.
With that in mind, entre-
preneurs Thomas Le Lievre
and Michael E Walker are
opening Daytona Beach's
first Planet Fitness franchise
on June 21.
The grand opening event
will feature bounce houses
for the kids, free food, prize
drawings and live radio
broadcasts from 7 a.m. to 7
p.m. in the Planet Fitness
parking lot at The Daytona
Promenade on South Nova
Road.
Planet Fitness is a nation-


al chain of gyms that dub
themselves "judgment-free
zone" with "no critics" to
make customers uncom-
fortable.
Instead, they have a dress
code no skimpy attire
and no street wear and
rules against grunting and
dropping weights, that has
garnered national atten-
tion.
Where other gyms tout
specialty classes and over-
the-top equipment aimed
at experienced users, Planet
Fitness caters to its clientele
- 80 percent of whom are
first-time gym-goers with
vast rows of simple-to-use
cardio and circuit
machines.
"We want to keep the
intimidation factor low,"
Mr. Walker said, noting that
two certified trainers help
new members design their
own programs and learn
what buttons to press on
the machines for free.
Each of the 70 cardio
machines has its own 15-
inch LCD TV. None of the
machines face each other.
"We had a lady who said,
'I'm going to walk for a half
hour,'" Mr. Walker recalled.
"I walked by 40 minutes
later, and she said, 'I'm get-
ting tired, but I'm going to
walk one hour, because I've


got to watch the end of this
show.' The TV can keep you
going."
The business model has
already made a splash here.
Although there are 18
Planet Fitness locations in
Central Florida, including
one in Ormond Beach, the
Daytona Beach location has
signed up 1,400 members
since its soft opening two
months ago.
Some of that may also be
attributed to the grand-
opening sale. Memberships
are only $10 a month, plus a
$29 start-up fee until June
27, with no year-long con-
tract and no fee to quit.
Or, it could be the free
tootsie rolls at the front
desk (they've already gone
through 70 pounds of them)
and the once-a-month
pizza nights and bagel
mornings.
The Planet Fitness philos-
ophy is something that Mr.
Le Lievre, a 51-year-old
Boston native, and Mr.
Walker, a 50-year-old New
York native, understand
well.
The two men, who met
when they first began work-
ing together as electrical
technicians at an Orlando-
area post office in 1998,
were avid Planet Fitness
users themselves. Mr. Walk-


er frequented one near his
Titusville home and Mr. Le
Lievre, near his Seminole
County home.
The husky Average Joes
were "just a couple guys
who wanted to feel good
and get a good night's
sleep," Mr. Walker said.
As best friends that is,
until the Yankees play the
Red Sox, or the Giants play
the Patriots, they joke -
they had long considered
co-owning a business. In
2006, they started looking
into a Planet Fitness fran-
chise.
"Mike had a bunch of
business ventures," Mr. Le
Lievre said. "He was always
trying to get me in on some-
thing."
"I have a lot of bright
ideas," Mr. Walker interject-
ed with a wry smile.
The hardest part, they
soon realized, was finding a
suitable location. So Mr.
Walker got on his motorcy-
cle and hit the road.
"I really wanted this," he
said. "I was going to do it
with or without Tom."
The Promenade was the
perfect location. It was
recently remodeled and
Steve & Barry's, an afford-
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Music, culture and progress were
the subjects of the recent Daytona
Beach Symphony Society annual
dinner meeting at the Daytona
Beach International Airport.

The Symphony Society is off to a
fabulous start for the 2008 2009
season with the organization in
solid financial standing. Ticket
sales topped $14,000 over the
previous year and grant income
was $304,338, allowing the
Symphony Society to expand its
community outreach efforts and
present another outstanding
lineup of orchestral music, dance,
and opera to the Daytona Beach
area.

The meeting began with dinner
and entertainment provided by
the Daytona Beach String Quartet
and business began with the
approval of officers for the 2008-
2009 season. Carol Lively Platig
returns as President, with Harvey
Morse, Vice President, and Yolanda
Reilly, Secretary also returning
from last year. Carolyn Brewer joins
the Executive Board as Treasurer.
Sandra Gosch and Nancy Lohman
join the Board as new members.

Special recognition awards for
exceptional service and support to
the Symphony Society were given
to Biagio Emanuelo, Joe Hearn of
Encore Catering, Debra Walter and
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Tokar, Dallas Weekley and Nancy
Arganbright, and Carole and Don
Weidemiller. Senator Evelyn Lynn
was recognized for her
outstanding local and statewide
support as an advocate for the
arts. In June she is being
acknowledged again by the
Florida Arts Council as Legislator of
the Year for her legislative activities
in support of the arts in Florida. As
a legislator, she has fought hard to
protect funding for cultural arts,
humanities and historical grants
programs.

The mood of the evening was
summarized by Symphony Society
President Carol Platig. "We look
forward to this wonderful new
season with great enthusiasm," she
said. With the Symphony Society in
such a strong financial position
and an exciting lineupfor the
upcoming season, it's easy to see
why.

The 2008-2009 season begins
November 1 with the Warsaw
Philharmonic Orchestra. It
continues with the Jacksonville
Symphony Orchestra, Czech
Symphony Orchestra, Verdi's Aida,
Munich Symphony Orchestra,
Puccini's La Boheme and the
National Philharmonic of Russia.
On March 13, the Keith Lockhart
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Friday, June 20, 2008


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Former State Rep. Suzanne
Kosmas, a Democrat,
stands with supporters at .
her campaign kick-off rally ..
in New Smyrna Beach last KIS*c' _
week. Ms. Kosmas is
running for Congress
against incumbent Republi-
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Jamye Durrance
Durrance@hometownnewsol.com
VOLUSIA COUNTY -
With the mid-morning sun
quickly elevating the tem-
perature, former state rep-
resentative Democrat
Susan Kosmas held a cam-
paign kick-off rally in front
of nearly 100 people at
New Smyrna Beach's Bran-
non Center.
Ms. Kosmas, of New
Smyrna Beach, is running
for Florida's District 24
Congressional Seat, where
she will face incumbent
Republican Tom Feeney,
Republican Jason Paul
Davis of Port Orange,
Democrat Clint Curtis of
Titusville and Gaurav
"Garv" Bhola of Orlando,
no party affiliation.
"This is an awesome,
awesome task," Ms. Kos-
mas said at the rally. "I
have gotten into this race -
the biggest challenge of my
life because I think it is
more important than ever
to be involved."


Pepper Pennington,
Congressman Feeney's
spokeswoman, said Mr.
Feeney is focused on his
work in Washington right
now.
"Rather than focusing on
the campaign, Tom Feeney
is working to change a bro-
ken Washington by fighting
for real long-term solu-
tions to ease our pain at
the gas pumps, cutting
taxes on hardworking mid-
dle class families and elim-
inating wasteful govern-
ment spending," she said
in a statement.
Mr. Feeney has been the
representative for the dis-
trict that includes parts of
Volusia, Seminole, Orange
and Brevard counties
since 2002.
At-the rally, Ms. Kosmas
spoke about her parents
who influenced her life,
telling her to not go into
the "dirty rotten business"
of politics.
"I want for the next gen-
erations not' to feel that


American politics is a 'dirty
rotten business' but rather
that American democracy
has a bright shining future,"
she said. "And, it can be
restored to what we all
know and love about this
great country."
Ms. Kosmas served four
terms as a state representa-
tive. During her time in leg-
islature, she graduated from
Stetson University. Ms. Kos-
mas has lived in New Smyr-
na Beach since 1973, where
she owns Prestige Proper-
ties. She has four children
and nine grandchildren.
Ms. Komas said that the
country needs to exit Iraq,
as well as focus on environ-
mental issues and finding
alternate energy sources.
The loss of the space shut-
tle program in 2010 could be
a chance for those scientists
to work on finding alternate
sources of energy, Ms. Kos-
mas said.
"Right now we have an
opportunity right here to
use the time and talents that
we have at the Space Coast,"


she said. "These are bril-
liant, hard-working peo-
ple."
Ms. Kosmas said she will
focus on change during her
campaign, but it won't be
overnight.
"I'm not going to pretend
that sending me to Wash-
ington will immediately
change the world or that
our problems will disap-
pear," she said. "I promise
that I will focus on your pri-
orities."
Nancy Roberts, a New
Smyrna Beach resident at
the rally, worked on Ms.
Kosmas' previous cam-
paigns. Ms. Roberts said
she believes Ms. Kosmas
can win the election.
"She's so honest," Ms.
Roberts said. "Her energy
will giver her the boost."
The primary election will
be Aug. 26, where Ms. Kos-
mas will face Mr. Curtis for
the Democratic spot and
Mr. Feeney faces Mr. Davis
for the Republican spot.
The general election will be
in November.


Dr. G and A.C.


ll right all you cross-
A word puzzle fanatics,
A what's a three-letter
word for "comfort"? (I can
hear you thumbing through
your thesauruses from
here.) "Ease?" Nope, too
many letters. "Relief?" Way
too many. Give up? How
about "air," as in the
conditioned variety?
Along about June, many
couples across our fair state
take up a sport called
Thermostat Tug-o'-War.
Perhaps you've played: A
starting temperature is
selected (Florida Power &
Light recommends 78
degrees), and two teams are
created. Team A, usually the
wife, tugs the needle
towards 80 degrees;'Team B,
usually the better insulated
husband, pulls for 60
degrees. This is a marathon
event, lasting until Thanks-
giving. The winner is
whoever can hide their
maneuvering from their
spouse the longest.
One hundred and fifty
years ago, our Floridian
forefathersmwere deprived of
this activity. Air condition-
ing, and all its complica-
tions, hadn't been invented.
We can thank Dr. John
Gorrie for changing that.
His riotives were pure: A
resident of Apalachicola, he
was determined to find a
cure for malaria and yellow
fever.
Mal-aria, Italian for "bad
air," and yellow fever prevail
in hot, low-lying areas with
high humidity and the rapid
decomposition of vegeta-
tion like old-time Florida
in the summer.
Back then, "noxious
effluvium," or poisonous
marsh gas, was thought to
be the cause of disease.
Although there was quinine
for malaria, there was
neither cure nor preventive
vaccine for yellow fever, so
folks came up with their
own means of staving off
"Yellow Jack": Hanging
gauze over beds to filter air,


MARIAN
TOMBLIN
HISTORICAL
COLUMrIST


soaking handkerchiefs in
vinegar, stuffing garlic in
shoes, soaking bed linens
and compresses in cam-
phor and burning sulfur in
outdoor smudge pots.
In the summer of 1888,
roads into Daytona Beach,
New Smyrna and south-
wards, were blocked off and
patrolled by armed guards
to keep travelers from
infected communities from
sickening theirs. Diaries
from the era tell of more
than one local settler who
was hurriedly (and secre-
tively) buried to prevent the
expulsion of his entire
family.
Dr. John Gorrie was
convinced that cold was the
healer. "Nature would
terminate the fevers by
changing the seasons," he
noted in his journals.
Rather than wait for fall, he
decided to hurry it along by
cooling patients' rooms via
circulating air over ice
suspended from the ceiling
in a basin. Cool air, being
heavier, flowed down across
the patient and out through
an opening near the floor.
But there was a problem: In
those years, ice was hacked
out of northern lakes,
packed in sawdust and
shipped by rail to ware-
houses where it would then
be cut into manageable
blocks and carted to
customers an expensive
and unreliable way of
securing the precious
commodity. So, what did Dr.
Gorrie do? He decided to
create ice artificially. In
1851, he was granted the
first U.S. patent for
mechanical refrigeration.
When Statuary Hall was
created in the U.S. Capital

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The Daytona Beach Halifax Area Chamber, serving members
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 20, Friday at 12 pm- Chamber Grand Opening/Ribbon
Cutting for 747 Office Suites. 747 S Ridgewood Ave Ste 106.
Daytona Beach. (the old school house that has been
totally restored and remolded into office suites with
banquet and boardroom space). For more information on
this company please visit thqer website at CLICK HERE .
Food and beverages will be served. RSVP IS REQUIRED
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through the program, and
wondered if children at the
STAR Center might benefit.
"I just knew there was a lot
of need out there, and this
program can help one step
at a time," he said.
With $3,000 worth of pro-
gram materials donated by
Mr. Conley and with the
educational direction of Ms.
McKay-Vaughan, a former
teacher, the tutoring pro-
gram kicked off with 15 stu-
dents. They all finished mul-
tiple levels and celebrated
with a mini "graduation."
The children can live at
the center for up to six
months as their parents find
jobs and housing. That's
enough time to make strides
in their studies and their
personal lives, Ms. McKay-
Vaughan said.
"My heart goes out to
these kids. They're so adapt-
able. They've spent time liv-
ing in cars. They've had to
change schools. Their par-
ents are very occupied get-
ting their lives together, and
a lot of them don't read," she
said. "(The kids) come here
and they have personal
attention."
Hooked on Phonics works
no matter how long the stu-
dents live at the center, Mr.
Conley said. It's a supple-
mental program to what
kids learn in school and,
at the STAR Center, with
their Volusia County Schools
tutor once a week during the
school year.
It teaches them small
sounds at a time for Geor-
gia last week, it was "i" and
"ch" and then lets them
put them together to read,
write and play games.
Georgia's sounds became
a poem.
"Rich. yelled, 'Witch, get
out of my ditch!"' she read
aloud, having just learned
the sounds, spelling and
punctuation. It earned her
another gold sticker.
Even though the kids are
now out of school for the
summer, Ms. McKay-Vaugh-
an would like to keep the
program going and grow-
ing. STAR Center executive
director Brian Willard and
the kids said they'd like that,
too.
Georgia's 12-year-old
brother Joey said he doesn't
want to stop. He's catching
up on reading, a subject that
has been difficult for him.
Just recently he met a mile-
stone, reading the book
"Mad Dog" on his own.
Behind in the fourth grade
but improving every day, the
better he gets at reading the
more he can help his two
younger sisters, which
"makes me feel good," he
said.
"You have to read to do
math and learn about histo-
ry and science," the aspiring
marine biologist said.
Success stories like Joey's
have Ms. McKay-Vaughan
and Mr. Conley looking to
spin off the program at Fam-
ily Renew Community's
homeless shelters. But that
depends on the dedication
of volunteers.
Here, volunteers range in
age from Dennis Conley's
10-year-old daughter, Jena,
to 81-year-old Claire
Rickards, and new people
are coming each week, Ms.
McKay-Vaughan said.
Learning to read is a moti-
vating force on the path to
breaking the cycle of pover-
ty, Ms. McKay-Vaughan said.


"Reading ... opens the
world to you. You can check
anything out you don't
have to rely on anyone else
for information," she said,
"and reading is a great
escape. When you're so tired
of everything, you open up a
book and it revitalizes you."


billing department's four
employees dedicate an
average of 33 working
hours a month to taking
credit card payments by
phone.
"Daily we have irate cus-
tomers who call and scream
because they couldn't get
through to us," he said,
adding that people then
turn to calling other depart-
ments and offices to try and


make payments.
"As the (credit card use)
trend increases, it's only
going to get worse," he said.
"There will be more and
more upset people, espe-
cially on the day they have
to make the payment or
their water's going to get cut
off."
If enacted, city employees
could pull up a real-time list
of bills that have been paid


before turning off utilities.
The city would also receive
a nightly report of pay-
ments.
Mayor Roland Via said
he'd support the change,
though he wasn't sure it was
absolutely necessary. The
city will retain the four
billing department employ-
ees and they will still have
to answer questions fre-
quently, he said.


"Being in a service-orient-
ed business, you're still
going to get irate calls," he
said.
Commissioner John
Penny said he wholeheart-
edly supports contracting a
third-party company to take
credit card payments.
People will be willing to
pay a convenience fee if it
saves them from having
their utilities shut off or


paying a $25 late fee, he
said.
From personal experi-
ence with his Allstate office,
he said, having people take
credit cards by phone "is a
nightmare" to be avoided.
"It's time consuming and .
frustrating, and your time
could be better spent talk-
ing to someone," he said.
"Time is valuable."


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People with serious knee problems know the routine. The first treatment is'modify'your activity.
The next is physical therapy. Then comes medication to manage the pain. All to postpone a
surgery that has a 3-5 day hospital stay and a very long, frequently difficult, rehab period. Well,
surgery should still never be used when something simpler will handle the problem, but knee
surgery isn't what it used to be. Thank goodness.

Some patients can now be helped with what's called a'partial'knee replacement. If you're one of
them, you might like to know we're now doing partial knee replacements as same day surgery.
You show up in the morning with a creaky old knee, have a minimally invasive procedure, and
then here's the amazing part a few hours later you are not just in recovery, you're in rehab.
Moving your new knee.

Our doctors have the experience to determine if you are a candidate for this new procedure.
Fortunately, a lot of knee sufferers are. But even if you require a different kind of care or treatment,
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The residential winner of the June city of Holly Hill
Beautification Award was Jack, Pauline and Dinky Liles.
The family is pictured at their home at 722 Center Ave.,
with Holly Hill Mayor Roland Via.


Speech therapist to
address Parkinson
Association
The Parkinson Association
of Greater Daytona Beach
will host David Wall, speech
therapist, as he addresses
members on the latest in
research, diagnosis and
treatment of speech and
swallowing problems in
Parkinson's disease.
The event will be held
from 2 to 3 p.m., Wednesday,
June 25, at Bishop's Glen
Retirement Center (audito-
rium), 900 LPGA Blvd., Holly
Hill.
The public may attend.
For more information, call
(386) 676-6375.

Two officers
promoted
The following Daytona
Beach Police Department
officers were promoted
effective June 8.
Lieutenant Kerry Orpinuk
was promoted to police cap-
tain, and Sergeant William
Walden was promoted to
police lieutenant.
With Lt. Opinuk's promo-
tion to captain, she
becomes the highest rank-
ing female in the history of
the Daytona Beach Police


Department.
A promotional ceremony
was held June 5.

Leadership Class
donates playground
Members of the Daytona
Beach Chamber's Daytona
Leadership Class No. 28 cut
the ceremonial ribbon to
officially open the new cov-
ered playground June 2 at
Easter Seals Child Develop-
ment Center.
The addition of the cov-
ered play area for the
youngest members of Easter
Seals daycare and preschool
was made possible thanks to
the efforts of the most
recent Leadership Daytona
class. The group raised
$9,000 and built a covered
playground area specifically
designed for the babies and
toddlers at Easter Seals,
including a waterproof
shade awning, carpeted
flooring, security fencing,
new toys and equipment.
This was the 15th service
project completed in the
Daytona Beach area by the
leadership program partici-
pants.
Service project co-chairs
Niki Humphrey and Karen
Gamble organized the play-
ground effort. At the grand
opening, they presented


Krista Barringer, Easter
Seals Child Development
Center director, with a check
for $4,000 to purchase addi-
tional equipment and sup-
plies for the school's play-
ground and classrooms.
Leadership class members
worked for six weeks to raise
funds, purchase equipment
and supplies and build the
playground. The project was
chosen by the members of
the Daytona Beach Cham-
bers leadership program as
their culminating service
project.
Prior to the volunteer
project, Easter Seals Child
Development Center had no
outdoor play area for the
infants and toddlers
because the current outdoor
play area was not suitably
designed or equipped for
the youngest children's spe-
cific needs.
Members of the Daytona
Leadership Class No. 28
include Joyce Pepin, Shirley
Jeter, Lynn Kaiser-Conrad,
Sonia Cooper, Brian Willard,
Doug Reece, Gary Bell,
Christi McGee, Niki
Humphrey,, Jennifer Mor-
gan, Bill Fletcher, Greg Jaap,
Katy Cuthill, Brooks Casey,
Kelly Parsons, Michelle
McRaney, Donna Williams,
Kathy Williams, Julie Shaw,
Linda Bradley, Tiffany Aber-


man, Sherrilee Stoudt, Erin
Berger and Holli Gorman.
Easter Seals Child Devel-
opment Center provides
full-day, year-round child-
care, including infant care,
preschool, after-school care
and summer programs
infants through age 10.
The Daytona Beach
Chamber conducts the lead-
ership program each year.
The three-month program is
a community orientation
designed to inform partici-
pants about various aspects
of the area in which they
live. The program also
includes exercises designed
to enhance one's personal
leadership skills as well.

Meeting to address
proposed NASA
layoffs
A meeting on the pro-
posed NASA layoffs and
shut-down of the space
shuttle program with Sen.
Bill Nelson will begin at 9
a.m., Monday, June 23, at
the Canaveral Port Authority
headquarters at Maritime
Center, 445 Challenger
Road.
For more information on
transportation to the meet-
ing, call Mr Williams at
(386) 756-2756.


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FRIDAY, JUNE 20
*Jamboree: Reggae, rock
and roots music will be fea-
tured at The Bank & Blues
Club on Main Street in Day-
tona Beach. Jah Roots, Skif
Dank and The Mike O'Brien
Band will perform. The cost is
$8. Doors will open at 8 p.m.
*National Xtreme Baseball
Games: The Dragons will take
on the Pythons at HollyLand
Park, 1046 Ridgewood Ave.,
Holly Hill. Admission is $7 for
adults and $3 for children
ages 5-14; children ages 4
and younger will be admitted
for free. Stadium and grand-
stand seating is limited and
available on a first-come
basis. Bring-a-chair areas are
also available. To buy tickets,
visit the Web site at www.n-
xbl.com or call (386) 492-
7897.
*Trolley Tours: The Ormond
Beach Historical Trust will
host this two-hour at 9;45
a.m. Participants will be intro-
duced to more than 30 his-
torical buildings 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 sen-
iors and $5 for children ages
5-12. Tours begin at the Case-
ments parking lot, 25 River-
side Drive, Ormond Beach.
Seating is limited. Reserva-
tions are required; call (386)
677-7005.
*Rick Steffen concert: Rick
Steffen will perform island
music and original songs
from 7-11 p.m. at the Day-
tona Pier off of Main Street.
For more information, visit
the Web site at www.RickStef-
fen.com.

SATURDAY, JUNE 21
*Halifax Social Club: An
event will be held at 7 p.m. at
Caribbean Jack's to meet
some of the club's leaders
and ask questions. A follow-
up event for all members will
be held at 8 p.m. There is no
charge to the public. For more
information, call (386) 589-
5643 or visit the Web site at
www.halifaxsocialclub.com.
*Kid's Night Party in the
Park: Venetian Bay Town and
Country Club will host this
event from 4-8 p.m. at the
Town Center, 424 Luna Bella
Lane, New Smyrna Beach.
Carnival games, music, Wii
video games and martial arts,
gymnastics and cheerleading
demonstrations will be fea-
tured. Lawn chairs are recom-
mended. Food and refresh-
ments will be available.
Coolers will not be admitted.
For more information, call
(386) 428-8448.
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Artists gather to


fight AIDS, raise


money for research


Event to include
silent auction of
artworks
For Hometown News
Volnews@hometownnewsol.com
After losing more than
10 friends to AIDS, James
Harper, owner of 508 Art
Gallery, wants the truth
about HIV/AIDS to be
known.
"It seems our govern-
ment has dropped the ball
on HIV/AIDS-related
issues, and I felt the need
to pick it up and start run-
ning with it," Mr. Harper
said. "As a personal donor
to the American Cancer
Society, St. Jude's, The
Heart Association,
Ormond Memorial Arts
and Garden and other
causes, organizing Artists
Against AIDS was a natural
for me."
To honor his friends and
to educate the public, 508
Art Gallery will host the
inaugural Artists Against
AIDS Benefit for amfAr
from 6 to 9 p.m., Friday,
June 20, at Solar Nights,
132 Beach St., in down-
town Daytona Beach.
After-work cocktails, a
silent auction with more
than 50 artisans, Hors
d'oeuvres, entertainment
and a $10 door raffle will
be featured.
Artwork on display will
include, among others, a
pen and ink by Tim Par-
rish, a pastel by Tony
Porter, jewelry by Kim Tay-
lor and an acrylic by Aure-


The


*Bank & Blues Club:
Daytona Blues Society
"True Blues" Live Jam
open jam session is held
from 8 p.m.-1 a.m. each
Wednesday at 701 Main
St., Daytona Beach. This
nonprofit group is dedicat-
ed to preserving and
spreading the love of blues
music. For more informa-
tion and a full events
schedule, visit the Web site
at www.DaytonaBluesSo-
ciety.org.
*Cuvee Oceanside Wine
& Tapas: "Flight School" is
held each Tuesday, with $9
wine flights from different
regions each week.
Wednesday is Fusion Sake
Cocktail Nights from 5-7
p.m. Cuvee features


Mr. Harper's two main
goals of the evening will be
to educate the public
about the real status of
HIV/AIDS and to raise
funds for amfAr. He has a
fundraising goal of
$10,000.
"With the new medica-
tions that are presented
yearly through research,
there is no reason to be
frightened of being tested,
as being positive is not a
death sentence anymore."
All proceeds will go
directly to amfAr, The
Foundation for AIDS
Research, a nonprofit
organization dedicated to
the support of AIDS
research, HIV prevention,
treatment, education and
the advocacy of sound
AIDS-related public policy.
Since being founded in
1985, amfAr has raised
$260 million for AIDS
research and awarded
grants to more than 2,000
research teams across the
world.
"I chose amfAr because
this benefit is not just a
fundraiser for AIDS
research; it has an educa-
tional purpose concerning
HIV testing," Mr Harper
said. "June 27 is National
HIV Testing Awareness
Day, and hopefully, people
will become informed at
this benefit and get tested.
Statistics are 1.2 million
people in the U.S. alone
are HIV positive, and over
25 percent of them don't
even know they are infect-


Photo courtesy of James Harper
This acrylic painting by Aurelia will be one of more
than 50 art works featured at the Artists Against AIDS
event, to be held from 6 to 9 p.m., Friday, June 20 at
Solar Nights in downtown Daytona Beach.


For more information,
visit the Web site at
www.AMFAR.org.
For details on the event
or to donate, call (386) 671-
2920 or visit the Web site at
www.FirstGiving.com/Arti
stAgainstAIDS.
National HIV Testing
Day information:
The Volusia and Flagler
County Health Depart-
ments and the Volusia
County Minority Aids Net-
work Liaison Group will
team up to provide free
RAPID HIV testing from 8
to 11 a.m., Friday, June 27,
at the Daytona Clinic, 1845
Holsonback Drive, and the
New Smyrna Clinic, 717 W.
Canal St.
"Let's TalkAbout Sex Ses-
sion" will be held from 1 to
4 p.m., Friday, June 27, at
Dickerson Center Gymna-


sium, 308 S. Martin Luther
King Blvd., Daytona Beach.
Free HIV testing and
information, a deejay, free
food and clothes give-
aways will be available.
HIV/AIDS Facts forVolu-
sia County:
Volusia County is one of
the top 20 counties in the
state when it comes to
HIV/AIDS. More than
1,333 people in Volusia
County are living with
HIV/AIDS.
*1 in 86 Hispanic men
*1 in 98 black women
*1 in 258 black men
*1 in 448 white men
*1 in 548 Hispanic
women
*1 in 1661 white women
For more information,
call (386) 274-0634 or (386)
424-2066.


Scene


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 at www.cuveeo-
ceanside.com.
*Frappes North: Wine
tasting are held each
Tuesday. "Fabulous Finger
Foods" will be provided to
compliment all vintages.
The cost is $15 per person.
Live Music Friday Nights
are held from 7:30 -11:30
p.m. Frappes is located at
123 W. Granada Blvd. in
Ormond Beach. For more
information, visit the Web


site at
www.frappesnorth.com.
*HotSpot Coffee
Shoppe: A music and open
mic event with hosts Bob
Wind and Charlie Poplees
is held from noon to 3 p.m.
each Tuesday. Slow Circle
Jam is held from 7-9 p.m.
each Wednesday with Bob
Wind. Singer/guitarists
Wes Malone and Bob Wind
host a music and open
mike event from 7-11 p.m.
each Thursday and Friday.
For more information, call
(386) 236-0518 or visit the
Web site at www.hotspot-
coffeeshoppe.com.
*Inlet Harbor Restau-
rant: Reuben Morgan will
perform from 1-5 p.m., Fri-
day, followed by


Then2Now at 6 p.m. On
Saturday, Eddie & Kenny
will perform from 1-5 p.m.,
then Then2Now at 6 p.m.
*Pub 44 Riverfront:
Riverdan Band will per-
form from 9 p.m.-la.m.,
June 20-21, at 115 Main St.,
Daytona Beach. For more
information, call (386)
226-3000 or visit the Web
site at. www.Riverdan-
Band.com.
*Vin'Yard Inc. Wine
Tastings: This specialty
food and wine market
offers monthly wine tast-
ings at 1395 W. Granada
Blvd., Ormond Beach.
Hours are from 10 a.m.-6
p.m., Monday-Friday, and
from 10-4 p.m., Saturday.
To make reservations, call
(386) 672-5223.


FRIDAY


What: Jamboree
Where: Bank & Blues Club,
Main Street, Daytona Beach
Time: 8 p.m.
Cost: $8
Contact: (386) 257-9272

SATURDAY
What: Ballet Bluebird & Jazz
Where: Daytona Playhouse,
100 Jessamine Blvd.
Time: 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Cost: S15
Contact: (386) 756-7667

SUNDAY

What: Tom Redmond
Appreciation Day
Where:Full Moon Saloon,
Main Street, Daytona Beach
Time: 1 p.m.
Cost: S5
Contact: (386) 257-1212


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*Stop Hunger in Florida
event: Caring Through Shar-
ing, an organization that helps


feed Central Florida families in
need, will host a Fantasy
Dream House Giveaway raffle.
The kickoff party for the raffle
will be held from 4-9 p.m. in
Ponce Inlet. Only 1,500 raffle
tickets will be sold for $100


each, and the winner will
receive a $400,000 luxury
home donated by Vanacore
Homes. Proceeds will go to
feeding Central Florida fami-
lies. The kickoff event will
include local celebrities Vince


Carter and Mark Martin, as
well as local city officials.
Smooth jazz guitarist Thomas
Jones and Linda E. Flynn will
perform. The drawing will be
held on Feb. 20 at the Day-
tona Beach Bandshell. The
winning ticket will be drawn
and announced by Atlanta
Braves star "Chipper" Jones.
For more information or to
make reservations, call (386)
676-9406 or visit the Web site
at www.octsO4.org.
*Bandshell Concert: The
Friends of the Bandshell and
the city of Daytona Beach will
present Mark Hodgson at 7:15
p.m., playing blues music. This
concert is free to the public.
Fireworks will go off after the
concert at 9:45 p.m. Chair
rental will be available. Cool-
ers are not allowed in the
Bandshell.
*Ballet Bluebird & Jazz:
Volusia Academy of Ballet will
present this performance at 2
p.m. and 7 p.m. at the Day-
tona Playhouse, 100 Jes-
samine Blvd., Daytona Beach.
Tickets cost $15 at the door.
For more information, call
(386) 756-7667
*Inaugural Block Party: This
event will be held from 3-8
p.m. at First Church of the


Nazarene, 201 S. Orange St.,
New Smyrna Beach. A moon
walk, dunk tank, double water
slide, games, food, prizes,
music, cake walk and booths
featuring local businesses will
be available. The "Jesus Film"
will be shown at 8:45 p.m. For
more information, call (386)
427-1466.
SUNDAY, JUNE 22
*Tom Redmond Apprecia-
tion Day: Ocean Deck and Full
Moon Saloon will present this
benefit bash at 1 p.m. at the
Full Moon Saloon on Main
Street in Daytona Beach. Local
musician Tom Redmond has
been on the club circuit for
almost 30 years. Due to kid-
ney failure, Mr. Redmond is on
a kidney transplant list. Pro-
ceeds from the event will ben-
efit Mr. Redmond during his
recovery. Music, food, raffles
and auctions will be held.
Reuben Morgan, Dave Kelly
Band, The James Crouch
Band, Morning Buzz, The
Rhythm Method, Joe King
Band, 2AM, Picking Kind, Stel-
la's Baked Goods, Anthony
Wild & The Suspects, along
with special guests, will per-
form. The cost is a $5 donation


at the door.
*Piano concert: The Day-
tona Beach Shores Culture
and Entertainment Board will
present a free concert by
pianist Billy Perry at 3 p.m. at
Westminster-by-the-Sea Pres-
byterian Church, 3221 S.
Peninsula Drive, Daytona
Beach Shores. The program
will include selections by
Mendelssohn, Beethoven,
Debussy and Chopin.
*The Fight Back Express:
The American Cancer Society
Cancer Action Network will
roll into town from 1-4 p.m. at
Daytona International Speed-
way. As part of a six-month,
48-state tour, the Fight Back
Express bus will stop in Day-
tona Beach to rally cancer
patients, survivors, loved ones,
family and friends to encour-
age elected officials to fulfill
their role as partners in this
fight. For more information,
call (386) 274-3274, Ext.
5850.
*Pancake Breakfast: This
event will be held from 8 a.m.-
1 p.m. at Sacred Heart Social
Hall, 998 Father Donlan Drive,
New Smyrna Beach. The all-
you-can-eat pancake and
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sausage breakfast costs $5 for
adults and $3 for children
younger than 10. Proceeds
will benefit the Catholic
schools. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 478-3749.
TUESDAY, JUNE 24
*A Book and a Movie: The
Ormond Beach Regional
Library will offer this event at
2 p.m. at 30 S. Beach St. After
showing "The Great Gatsby," a
librarian will lead participants
through a discussion of the
book and the movie. For more
information, call (386) 676-
4191.
*Dance Revue: Dance Fac-
tory of New Smyrna Beach
will present "We're All In This
Together," its seventh annual
dance revue, at 6 p.m. at New
Smyrna Beach High School
Auditorium.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25
*Florida Library Youth Pro-
gram: The Port Orange
Regional Library's children's
section will present the
"Whole Wide World @ My
Library" from 3-4 p.m. for chil-
dren entering first through
fifth grades at 1005 City Cen-
ter Circle. The topic will be
"Africa: Home of Trickster
Tales." To pre-register, call
(386) 322-5152, Ext 4.
THURSDAY, JUNE 26
*New Smyrna Beach Sum-
mer Concert Series: Mark Z
and Jeff will perform classic
rock 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.
*Teen Internet Scavenger
Hunt: This event will be held
from 4-5 p.m. in the Teen
Zone at Port Orange Regional
Library, 1005 City Center Cir-
cle. Participants will seek the
answers to various questions
and see what electronic
resources are available in the
library. For more information,
call (386) 322-5152, Ext. 4, or
visit the Web site at
www.vcpl.lib.fl.us.
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 gath-
ering, four-course meals will
be served with wines that
complement each course. A
wine expert will teach facts
about each wine. Reserva-
tions are required, and guests
must be 21 years old. The cost
is $30 per person. Proceeds
will benefit the Children's
Home Society. To make reser-
vations, call (386) 788-3922.
*Gamble Place Tours: Tours
are at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m.,
Thursday through Sunday, at
1819 Taylor Road, Port
Orange. Admission is $5 for
adults and $3 for students;
children 5 and younger are
free. Members of the Museum
of Arts and Science are free,


too. For more information, ; ...:"-,.. .- .. . -",-
call (386) 304-0778. 4
*Atlantic Center for the
Arts: The 19th annual Univer- "f
sity Student Exhibition will be "-
held through July 26 at Pabst .N- .
Visitor Center & Gallery, 1414
Art Center Ave., New Smyrna -..
Beach. The juried exhibition -. .
of work by students in the
Florida university system will '9 6, I
feature Molly Bowen (Univer- 4
sity of West Florida), Desiree_.
Ann D'Alessandro (University
of South Florida), Erica Ellis z--. .,-L'W-_.W.
(University of South Florida)
and Christina Penuel (Florida
Gulf Coast University). Gallery
hours are from 10 a.m.. to 4
p.m., Monday through Satur-
day. For more information,
call (386) 427-6975 or visit
the Web site at www.atlantic- -
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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., Sat-
urday and Sunday. Daily
admission is $4 for adults and PU-.
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information should help get
you through the aftermath of
a hurricane.
Reader request: looking for
a basic recipe or a restaurant
in the Melbourne area that
offers bouillabaisse.
You must stock up on water,
since no power means no
water. When.a hurricane is
coming, pack your freezer
with bottled water or bottles
of water; a full freezer will


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added 1/4 teaspoon bleach;
let sit for 10 minutes. Shake
vigorously. Wash with soap
and rinse several times. Clean
tops the same way. Store
gallons uncovered with a
towel across the top, store
dried tops in a plastic bag.
Too much trouble? It's
worth it to save the environ-
ment.
Your grill's gas tank must be
full. If charcoal is your choice,
buy early and buy plenty. Buy
a portable tabletop stove that
is powered by cans of butane
fuel. I have one and believe
me it was a lifesaver.
Save your good pots and
pans. Check out thrift stores
or garage sales for old pots
that you can use on the grill.
Buy battery-powered fans.
They'll prove to be lifesavers.
The most perishable foods
are ground meat, seafood,
poultry and pork. Beef steaks
and roasts will keep longer,
since they're aged before you
buy them and grilling will kill
bacteria. If freezer foods are
still cold use; if warm, toss.
When hurricane season
approaches, don't stock up on
great buys, buy only what's
necessary. The way you
package foods for the freezer
will determine how long they
will stay cold.
Leave meat in store
package, wrap in foil then
plastic wrap or bags.
For meats that are not pre-
packaged, wrap in butcher
paper then foil and lastly,


plastic. Do the same with
frozen vegetables and fruit.
Here are some dinner ideas
I came up with. Many were in
previous columns and in my
cookbook. Linguini with
clams, campfire stew, chicken
curry made with instant rice,
creamed tuna on toast,
salmon croquettes in a cheese
sauce, potato pancakes with
applesauce, potato croquettes
made with instant potatoes;
polenta (corn meal mush),
comes in a tube similar to
rolled pork sausage and needs
no refrigeration.
Anything that is made with
vinegar, such as salad dress-
ing, mustard, pickles, ketchup
can survive without refrigera-
tion.
Stock up on jarred spaghetti
sauce, especially those made
with meat; it's wonderful on
the polenta.
Prior to the storm, cook
assorted pastas until al dente,
rinse in cold water and freeze.
To use, simply heat water on
the grill and add pasta. Buy
skim milk powder and quarts
of milk sold on store shelves,
they're hermetically sealed
and need no refrigeration.
Stock up on evaporated
milk, canned tuna and
chicken, canned baby clams,
clam juice, canned broth,
soups, Italian grated cheese,
packagedAmerican cheese,
every kind of canned dinners
and vegetables you can think
of, canned fruits, potatoes
(fresh and canned), onions,
fresh garlic, peanut butter, jelly,


instant rice, instant potatoes,
Ramen noodles and bread.
Let's all pray for a quiet
hurricane season.

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FIRE STEW (NIB)
Brown 1 pound ground beef,
stir in 1 can condensed
vegetable alphabet soup,
undiluted.You can also add
canned potatoes, rinsed,
drained and cubed. Simmer .
for about 10 minutes.

POLENTA (NIB)
(CORN MEAL MUSH)
This fast and easy, ready- to-
cook polenta is a must. Slice it
up and fry it in a little oil or grill
it. Serve with spaghetti sauce.
Hard vegetables, such as
eggplant, zucchini and other
squashes will keep for a while
and can be cut up and added
to the sauce.

CREAMED TUNA ON
TOAST (NIB)
Prepare white sauce; add
one can drained, flaked tuna
and one small can peas,
drained. Serve over toast. It's
not easy, but you can toast
bread on a grill.

WHITE SAUCE
(CREAM)
1 tbsp. butter or substitute
1/2 cup dry skim milk


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evaporated milk, skim
or regular
3/4 cup water if using
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2 tbsp. flour
1/2 tsp. salt
Pinch ofwhite pepper
In a small saucepan melt
shortening; add remaining
ingredients that have been
shaken together in a covered
jar until smooth, cook until
thickened. For cheese sauce
add several slices of cheese.
lam available for talks from
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Don't miss a chance to visit


Disappearing Island with the family


Now you see it, now you
don't!
Disappearing Island is a
mystical and numinous
specter in the inshore
waterway. Just inside Ponce
Inlet, at first glance it appears
to be a sand bar, a very large
sand bar that shows itself for
about five hours a day.
Back in the early 1970s,
when one of the more
popular Daytona Beach T-
shirts read "Save the bales,"
the submerged island
claimed many a night-
running vessel intent on
bringing contraband to our
shores. Sometimes the
outlaws had to abandon ship
and swim to safety in the face
of the approaching Coast
Guard.
These days, those who go
there on summer days to
wade or snorkel in the clear
water may still find relics
from those smuggler's boats
that were claimed by the sea.
The surrounding water is
fine fishing, and last summer,
a couple bonefish were even
caught there. It seems that in
the last several years, fisher-
men and snorkelers have
taken a back seat to the
revelers intent on spending '
the weekend there in search
of a good time. Deep-sea


drinking to the accompani-
ment of Jimmy Buffett or Bob
Marley tunes have taken over
Disappearing Island.
On any summer Saturday,
Sunday or holiday, you will
find at least a dozen boats
beached on the sand to see
and be seen. Of course, girl-
watching is at a premium
there, and the new T-shirt
might read "Fish naked," but I
suppose that would be
redundant on a shirt.
Rumors abound of mate
swapping between the boats,
but I know that word usage
must be only in the strictest
nautical sense. I prefer to
think of it as a family retreat
where you can teach your
kids the proper usage of
snorkel gear in relative safety,
or maybe just let them run
about on top of the island as
the tide comes in. A great
place for sun bathing or
dozing in the shade of your
vessel, the scenery is
unmatched.
There is a place in the Keys
where the same kind of thing
happens. If you find yourself
at Islamorada on a weekend,
look east into the Atlantic to
see as many as 50 boats
beached there. Kegs of beer
and even grills are obvious
from the Overseas Highway.
Once each year, all the


bartenders, waitresses and
service staff in the islands
take a day off and hold one
gigantic party there.
At Disappearing Island,
dolphin and pelicans are
always around, and on
occasion, a curious manatee
may even join in the fun.
Roseate spoonbill, blue
heron and snowy egrets are
usually feeding nearby. The
charter boats that come and
go will sometimes proudly i
display their catch, and if
hunger overcomes you, there
are several great seafood
stops nearby.
I hope this column does
not disappoint you fisher-
men, but I thought that with
the beginning of summer
upon us, we might alert lots
of folks to a great place to
stop and spend a little time. If
you go, put in at the light-
house public ramp and head


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S"/ FISHING
DAN SMITH

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west southwest for less than a
half mile.
There are lots of great
places in our area that get
very little publicity, and this
big old sand bar is one more
reason why heaven is only a
local call fromVolusia
County.
Dan Smith has fished the
waters ofVolusia County for
40 years. When he's not
fishing, the retired contractor
is heavily involved with the
Ormond Beach Historical
Trust. For questions or
comments, send an e-mail to
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head during prayer of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass
Memorial Day Service at Prince Of Peace Catholic Church
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
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VOLUSIA COUNTY,
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CASE NO.2007-12653-PRDL
IN RE:ESTATE OF EDMUND
G. JANIES, Deceased.
CYNTHIA DONAHUE,
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door $175 386-428-6983
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drain $75, Wood Vanity
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$75, 386-304-5040 Vol
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dresser & nightstand
$200 386-299-9753
BIKE, KIDS- Harley Da-
vidson Collectible from
the 1970's, $120,
386-898-2875 Vol
BIKE- 20", $20. White
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386-427-5052
BIRD CAGES- (2) 28"
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BIRD CAGES- 2 medium
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CHAIRS- 4 almond wood
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table $20, Vinyl records
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TV- 13" GE, works fine
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new, 20", for the hearing
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21st, Saturday 1-4pm. 33
Lake Vista, Ormond Bch
3br, 2ba brick home lo-
cated in exclusive Break-
away Trails. Just Re-
duced! 386-323-7199
Assist 2 Sell, Premier
Realty
ORMOND BCH- OPEN
Sun 6/22 1-4pm Best
buy! 671 Cordova Ave.
**$139,900.** Close to
River updated 2br bik
home w/garage. Owner/
Realtor. Jo 386-212-4144
PORT ORANGE- $185K,
Open house 6/22 10-3
705 Tumblebrook Dr.
(Sweetwater Hills) 3/2/2,
oversized yard, privacy
fenced, landscaped, all
schools A+. Call for appt.
Must sell! 386-682-3055
/846-5473



*EDGEWATER- DEEP
canal mins. to Mosquito
Lagoon. All redone Lrg
2/1, seawall/divets.
REDUCED $250K.
Owner finance/rent
386-424-9341
ad #54228 online www.
hometownnewsOL.com
FLORIDA LAND
Foreclosure special!
$500 down. No qualify-
ing. Visit our website for
prices and availability.
1-877-983-6600
www.F'rlidaLotsUSA.com
New Smyrna Beach-
side- 3/2 on deep water
canal, tile, sunroom, boat
included. Appraised at
$595K REDUCED $540K
Must SEE! 407-474-0696
New Smyrna Beach-
side- 3/2 on deep water
canal, tile, sunroom, boat
included. Appraised at
$595K REDUCED $540K
Must SEE! 407-474-0696
S. DAYTONA- Beautiful!
Halifax Landing. Will sell
at investors price, $80K
below current price. 2/2,
www.halifaxlanding.com
386-366-0470


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Daytona Beachside-
*Riverview, RiVerside, 2/2
2nd floor, Furnished. 3
pools, 2 docks, *Walk to
Beach! Cheap mo. fee.
$139,900 386-615-1859
HUTCHINSON ISL: 55+,
1200 Colonnades Dr. 1/1,
All Amenities & Boat
Dock. Newly Remod-
eled. Owner financing.
$79,000 828-226-2566

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NEW SMYRNA BEACH
For quick sale owner
reduces sales price by
$150,000 below owner's
cost. Priced now at
$410,000. Fully furnished
Sunrise condo complex.
2-br/2-ba, Oceanfront
with Beautiful ocean
view. 407-321-2007
Social Butterfly Alert!
Ormond by the Sea. 2/2
3rd fir. crner condo over-
Iks pool & ocean. Watch
people & nature pass by.
2 reserve prkg spc. Inside
utility rm, sm pet ok. Mid
$200K Wendy Powers
Realty Peggy Goldtrap
386- 441-8197 Email pics
avail

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VERO BEACH
Waterfront, Tarpon Is-
land. 2br/ 2ba, all new
tile, paint, furnished, on
canal, 2nd fi., dock avail.
$265,000 772-453-3741





3/2/2 Ormond $149,000
Good Condition!
3/2/ Ormond Beachside
$182,000 Hurricane
Shutters!
2/2 Condo Daytona
$140,500 Fully Furnished!
0/1 Studio, Daytona
$96,500 Fully Furnished!
2/2 Town Home
Port Orange $124,500
Completely Updated!
2/2 Condo, Pelican Bay
$110,000 Pre-foreclosure!








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-
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
??? Call 386-547-7030
DAYTONA BEACHSIDE
Charm,r..] Er 16_ a a-
rage. Farrn ,y rm. pr,..
backyd, Excellent starter
or vacation home.
$139,900 Koenig Realty
386-257-6700





ESTATE SALE Walk to
Beach Pay Low Proper-
ty Tax! 2br home, bright
rms, all hardwd flrs& tiled
family rm. Listen to
sounds of ocean from
your porch. $159K Call
City Realty, Ditha
386-767-5609
HOLLY HILL Incredible
Value. Spacious 4br/3ba,
pool home w/fncd bkyard
& many upgrades.
$194,900 Better Homes
& Properties, Lou Balsa-
no, Realtor 386-846-8044
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-
Halifax Plantation 3374
Glenshane Way, 3/2.5/2
+ golf car gar, 9th green
view, upgrades. $327K.
386-437-1460
hoto ad #54015 www.
ometownNewsOL.com
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 Beachside
home 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
Magnificent Oppt. 3br/
2ba just steps from
ocean. Many upgrades
incid a new roof &A/C.
Move in and do nothing!
$298,000 Better Homes
& Properties, Lou Balsa-
no, Realtor 386-846-8044
www.HometownNewsOL.com


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PALM COAST Very
nice waterfront home.
Great place for a boat!
4BR home w/ 3 separate
units. Unique w/lots of
charm. Main house + sep
apartment and cozy
mother-in-law suite. Bring
all offers $395,000 City
Realty, Ditha Sander,
386-767-5609
PORT ORANGE-
By owner, The Sanctuary
(gated community), 2172
SF, like new 2001, 3/2/2,
open concept, many
extras. Reduced
$264,000 386-760-3395
PORT ORANGE. 3 MI-
NUTES TO BEACH!
BRAND NEW, 4br/2.5ba
2-story, 2892 sq.ft. total.
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: Fore-
closure Caravan, June
21st & 28th, 9:30am, 501
SE Port St Lucie Blvd,
Homes Starting at
$100,000. Down payment
assistance.
561-313-5387
www.MandDRealty.com




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 .



A BANK OWNED VILLA
Brand New Only
$174,900 Visit Sedona
Villas within LPGA
International 2&3 BR
models. Starting at
$199,000 They are Sell-
ing fast HURRY ONLY A
FEW LEFT! Visit
www.Ilgasedona.com or
call 386-295-8366 Duane
T. Mumford, 'Lic. Real Es-
tate Broker
Open House Friday
Beach Villa Lower
priced than small
Ones. Pool, tennis,
more. $110,900
386-344-2600/details

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ORMOND BY THE SEA
Kingston Shore Condo
Reduced to $139,000.
,2Br/2.5Ba 1348 sf. Pru-
'dential Transact Realty
Irma Reed-Castellanos
352-216-6294





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



BEAUTIFUL LAND
IN SCOTTSMOOR
2.68acre tracts only
$65,000. Call 321-
536-9664; 407-859-2608
NC MOUNTAINS
2.2ac cabiri shell $99,900
4.2ac great view $69,900.
1ac. mature woods
$29,900.
Excellent Financing.
Free Brochure.
1-828-652-8700


HUNTER'S RIDGE
Ormond Beach. Large
corner lot, 120x150'. 30
Dartmouth Trace.
Beautiful neighborhood.,
$158,000. 386-527-3175
NEW SMYRNA BEACH-
SIDE Large 100'x150'
$239,900. Mainland 1
+/- acre. $164,900. Dis-
count if build to suit.
386-314-9426 S.E. Build-
ers Quality Homes.
NORTH CAROLINA:
Best Buy in the Moun-
tainsI Bryson City.
2.5acs., overlooking
Smoky Mountain Na-
tional Park, paved road,
easily accessible. Ow-
ner financing. $55,000.
Owner 1-800-810-1590
www.wildcatknob.com
ORMOND BEACHSIDE-
24 Via Madrid, quiet
neighborhood Walk to
the beach. 53x1 15',
$118K. Need more
space. Buy 2 lots for
$230K. 386-527-3175
SCOTTSMOOR Beautiful
pasture land 300+/- acres
will subdivide to 118 acs.
or 200 acres. Asking
$15,000/acre. Call 321-
536-9664; 407-859-2608
TENNESSEE Mountain
River Property. 5+ acre
mountain view: $59,000.
Cabin on 16acres, moun-
tain & river views, $159,
000. 138 acres $289,000.
310 acres river & moun-
tain property $2,800
/acre. 1-888-836-8439
WEST KENTUCKY- Tro-
phy deer hunting/recrea-
tional ground. 25,000ac.
60ac to 3,600ac tracts..
80ac lake, rolling hills,
hardwoods, pasture. Low
taxes, starting $1600/ac.
Owner 270-556-3576
270-703-7234



' Port Orange


Golf & Country Club
An Age Restricted Communii,'
100% Palm Harbor Homes
Feature Home
2000 2/2, $83,900
Ready to move into
2000 2/2, $99,000
Glass porch w/heat/AC
1999 2/2, $110,000
With 1436 s.f. under air
2000 3/2 $112,900
Make seller an offer
2001 3/2, $112,900
Golf/Water/1707 s.f.
2003 3/2, $118,900
Huge Master Suite
2000 2/2, $125,000
Smoke & Pet Free Home
2003 3/2 $169,900
Corner with Garage
2003 3/2 $172,900
Golf/Water/Wood 2

Call for more listings!
Doug@cranelakes.com
www.cranelakes.com
386-304-0983
888-325-2537
ORMOND BEACH Han-
dyman, 55+ Park, owner
finance. $450 down,
$450/month, inc lot rent,
2 br, 2 ba singlewide,
addition, storage, carport,
needs work.\ Call Rob,
1-800-620-4134 ext 138.



Daytona/Carriage Cove
Beautiful Doublewide. Lg
LR/DR, 2 large BR, 2
remodeled baths, new
floors, FL rm. Must see!
$38K. 386-492-3282
FORT PIERCE Spanish
Lakes Fairways 55+ 2/2
new sinks & vanity. New
appliances, screen lanai,
Carpet & flooring, Asking
$7500 5611-512-4936


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FORT PIERCE- Spanish
Lakes CCV 55+ 2/2 furn,
FL rm, C/Pt, shed new
W/D, carpet & ref. Free
olf, large pool, clbh
19,900 772-489-5670
LIFE VILLAGE- 1967
Marlette, 56', 2/1, 10x20'
room addition. Scrd rm,
workshop. New central
air and tankless water
heater, w/d, furniture, TV,
Adult Park, Quiet End
Lot. See to appreciate.
$10,500. 386-677-2011
NEW SMYRNA BEACH
Magnolia Village 55+ 2/2
dblwd. New berber
carpet, new bath vanities,
patio/storm upgrades
pool, comm activities
$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, Reduced $49,900
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
PALM HARBOR: 4/2
Model Home Loaded!!!
Over 2,000 sq ft. Set-up
on your lot for $399 per
month (wac) Plant City
Factory Superstore
1-800-622-2832
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
MaplewoodEstates.net
PORT ORANGE- Colony
in the Wood. 55+.
Beautiful & quiet. 2/2,
encl. FL rm. ALL appl.
incl. Sep. shed w/ w&d.
Clbhse, heated pool.
$29,900. lot rent $480
386-663-2457
Shot ad # 54637 www.
ometownnewsOL.com



AAHI Affordable Moun-
tain Homes Murphy, NC
Land, Homes & Cabins
on Lakes, Mountains &
Streams Free Brochure
877- 837-2288 Exit Real-
ty Mountain View
Properties
www.exitmurphy.com

TERRIFIC
ALABAMA, Gantt Lake
Private paradise, 150'
waterfront, boat house
w/guest cottage, .3000
sqft main home roughed
in, $340,000. MaryAlyce
Outlaw, Dennis Mann RE
334-488-9400
see photo online www.
hometownnewsol.com
ad# 54168
BLUE RIDGE,
GEORGIA
Mountain home on 15
PRIVATE acres, Long
Range Mtn. Views. A
MOUNTAIN ESTATE...
Home w/ 2 acres could
be sold separately. Own-
er/Agent 404-978-3729
BUY TIMESHARE Re-
sales Save 60-80% off
Retail!! Best Resorts &
Seasons. Call for Free
Timeshare Magazine!
1-800-639-5319 www.
holidaygroup.com/flier
DOCKABLE TENNES-
SEE Lakefronti 3.5 Acres
$49,900. Nicely Wooded,
gentle slope to water.
Excellent Fishing. Perfect
for retirement/ weekend
getaway. Lowest fnc'g in
25+yrs. Must see
888-792-5253 x1894.
Call Classified
386-322-5949


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100% PRIVACY-
Ormond off A1A, in
beautiful home. Your own
entrance, parking, bath &
patio. Cable, refrigerator,
microwave, w/d, linens.
Walk to ocean, Ormond
Mall. Working adult! Dep
$400. $550/mo. total
386-441-6766





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HOLLY HILL- 2BR. avail.
in 2 Story on golf course,
1 has private balcony.
$600/mo. ALL utilities
included. Background
check req. 386-299-2901
NEW SMYRNA BEACH-
room for rent, quiet area.
on Irg wooded lot. Full
house privil. $110 wk 1st
& 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-
House. 2 furn. BR. Only
$300/mo. or same in DB
Shores Condo $450/mo.
No smoke/pets. Nice!
$300 sec. 386-761-7029
GREAT NEWS AND
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SOUTH DAYTONA-
Student seeking to share
home with other
students. $400 per month
plus 1/4 utilities. Call for
details 954-552-2218



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2 Locations

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386-253-8041

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Port Orange
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NORTH CAROLINA
Mountain properties at
Lake Lure, golf properties
in Calabash, & Pittsboro.
1/2 ac to 1.5 acres. From
$105,000 240-529-2201
NORTH CAROLINA
Luxury Mtn Homesites
lacre-3.5acres w/the
best views around! Beau-
tiful gated community
45mins. to Asheville. ,
Starting @ $39,500 w/an
opportunity to win a
FREE homesite!
(828)460-6595
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 FL ACREAGE
Beautiful wooded land
and homesites in a
peaceful setting near Tal-
lahassee. $2,100/acre.
Call 866-433-9964
NORTH FLORIDA
Townhouse. Crawford-
ville Wakulla county.
2/2.5. 4 years old like
new. 25 miles S. of Talla-
hassee & FSU. Small
town living. $117,900.
772-216-4628 or visit
www.dawnreed.com
Pre-Grand Opening
Lakefront Sale! 7 Acres -
$49,000. 6/21/08 Only.
New to market Spec-
tacular, level 7 acre hard-
wood setting deep wa-
terfrontl Gated communi-
ty, paved roads, county
water, util'. Lowest fin'cl
800-564-5092 x 1149
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. 803-473-7125
SELL/RENT YOUR
Timeshare Now!!! Main-
tenance fees to high?
Need Cash? Sell your
unused timeshare today.
No Commissions or
Broker Fees. Free Con-
sultation 1-877-494-8246
www.sellatimeshare.com

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SMOKY MOUNTAINS
near Gatlinburg TN Buy
owner. Large Homesites
w/gorgeous views of the
Smokies. City water, un-
derground utilities &
deeded river access.
From $26,900. Owner fi-
nanced with $2,690 down
& $281 month. Call owner
1-865-621-0435
www.GoLandWorks.com
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 LAND:
100'S of acres+/-. 86ac
Horse Ranch, Kenans-
ville FL. Rita, Hillside
Realty 866-915-0535
HillsideRealtyTennesee.com

TENNESSEE Land Auc-
tion, 5 acres, beautifully
wooded property, cedar
grove, power, gravel
rpads, $350 down, $275
monthly, $25,000 OWC,
Billy, www.billyland.com/
tennesseeland
1-800-724-0551
TENNESSEE MOUN-
TAIN 2 Acre wooded
homesites. Breathtak-
ing Tennessee River
View. Low Residential
Property Taxi No State
Income Tax, No Impact
Feel Excellent Owner
Financing Ask about
Mini Vacationl
1-888-358-1020
TENNESSEE MOUN-
TAIN Acreage 2 acre
beautiful homesite, mil-
lion $ view! Secluded,
utilities, overlooking Ten-
nessee River. Close to
Marina, Schools, Shop-
ping! $59,900 low down,
Owner Financing!
1-330-699-1585
TENNESSEE MOUN-
TAIN Acreage Breathtak-
ing Views, Streams, Cab-
ins. Owner Financing,
Call 1-888-939-2968
TENNESSEE RESORT
LOTS Lakes, golf cours-
es, breathtaking views.
Starting at $1200, owner
financing avail.. FL lots
below retail. 1-800-
920-0340; 772-341-0442


TENNESSEE, 5.7 acres -
nice corner lot on 2 coun-
try roads $36,700. 3Br
2B on Corner lot in town,
nice yard, 2 kitchens &
could be used as a Du-
plex $60,000 Homefront
Realty & Auctions, Tim
Spencer 931-242-5149,
800-459-8516
WEST KENTUCKY- Tro-
phy deer hunting/recrea-
tional ground. 25,000ac.
60ac to 3,600ac tracts.
80ac lake, rolling hills,
hardwoods, pasture. Low
taxes, starting $1600/ac.
Owner 270-556-3576
270-703-7234
WESTERN NC Mountain
properties cabins homes,
acreage &. investment
property. Views & creeks.
Free color brochure.
Western Carolina Real
Estate Company, Inc.
Murphy, NC. www.
WesternCarolinaRE.com
1-800-924-2635



FREETIMESHARE
by owner. 5 star resort in
Orlando. 2/2 (jacuzzi).
Can trade week. Small
closing cost. Lots of
amentites. 561-625-5436
VEGAS BABY- Free! 3
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ORMOND BEACH -
Office/Retail Condos
1366sf &up Buy or Lease
OWNER FINANCING
Great Location on US1
386-299-7055
Call Classified
386-322-5949


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FL ACREAGE Beautiful
wooded land & home-
sites in a peaceful setting
near Tallahassee, $2,100
\acre. 1-866-756-2286

I' r EGISWo. l .
FLORIDA -
Gadsden County
28 AC $4,995/AC
Paved road frontage,
planted pine,
great home site!
404-362-8244
St. Regis Paper Co.
www.stregispaper.com
GEORGIA 5.99 AC
Mountain Lot in Jasper,
North GA. Mtn. Views,
Owner Financing Availa-
ble.. $65,900 Owner
Agent. 770-654-6812
Southern Heritage Land
GEORGIA LAND
Tired of high priced & nu-
merous building permits?
Our county building per-
mits are $3! (Yes,, three
dollars) 1 acre tracts,
$87/mo. w/owner financ-
ing. 1-912-585-2174
www.HickoryHammockPr
operties.com
KENTUCKY LAND
100acres will divide to
20acs., 30acs. or 40acs.
Grt hunting! Turkey, deer,
& elk, creek, paved road.
Borders National Forest.
(352)465-6583
Lovely 4BR/2.5Ba, 2400
square foot home on
approx. 2 acres in Perry,
Fla. Beautiful pool & pa-
tio area w/tall privacy
fence, Gazebo with hot
tub. $229,000. Call
1-386-658-3378 or cell
1-386-208-2589
N.C.: 137ac Farm &
Mansion: 6300sf, 5Bdrm,
5Bath; Unbelievable Es-
tate in 'hills between Ra-
leigh & Virginia. Kerr
Lake nearby: $1.5M;
WE'LL FLY YOU HERE!
Pics: 919-693-8984;
owher@newbranch.com
N.C.: Best Buy in the
Mountains! Bryson City.
2.5 acres, overlooking
Smoky Mountain Na-
tional Park, paved road,
easily accessible, own-
er financing. $55,000.
Owner 1-800-810-1590
www.wildcatknob.com
NC LAND: Gated Subdi-
vision, 6 eleven acre
tracts $299k. Near Ra-
leigh, Durham, Oxford,
Kerr Lake. More availa-
ble, big & small.
WE'LL FLY YOU HERE!
Pics: 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
.com *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.
1 ac. mature woods
$29,900.
Acreage w/the best views
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DAYTONA BEACH On
Halifax River Beachside
2-br/1-ba condos 1st floor
$650/mo unfurnished.
2nd fl furn $775/mo. Avail
now. 860-309-4158
DAYTONA BEACH
shores, directly across
from beach. Spacious
poolside, 2/2. 2626 South
Atlantic Ave. $899/mo,
FLS. Safe and secure.
386-788-4196.
DAYTONA BEACH- 2/1
across from the beach,
central H&A, incl water &
cable, furn/unfurn No
pets, no smoke $750/mo
+$500 dep 386-566-8188


DAYTONA BEACH- 2BR
apt, 230 Michigan Ave,
laundry hookup -,and
garage. central a/c,
Fenced bkyd. $695/mo
incl. water. 386-527-3461
DAYTONA BEACH- Bay-
shore Condos, 2/2, river-
front, new carpet & paint,
no pets. $900/mo. + se-
curity. Call Eileen
386-299-5942 / 441-4084
Daytona Beachslde-
Furnished, no pets, no
smoking, sun porch,
2BR, clean, air & heat,
$600/mo + util. $300 dep
386-252-3497
NEW SMYRNA BEACH
1/1 central quiet. Tidy
clean but roomy. Patio to
enjoy big backyard that I
cut. Carpet, tile. More
than modern kitchen. No
smokers or pets $650 (on
time). 716 Jane. West
unit. Park at your door.
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DAYTONA BEACH- 2/1
NEW SMYRNA Beach ORMOND / PINE RUN- PORT ORANGE Immac. plus bonus room, carport,
652 Faulkner. Entire 2nd 2br/2ba, furnished. w/d, 2/2 condo, LR, DR, all remodeled, fenced
floor, adorable, central, 1 patio, ceiling fans. walk-in closets, screened yard, close to stores,
block to river! Newly carport, Pool tennis, lanai, comm pool, partial- great neighbors. $1050/
renovated, 5 rms 1-brl $975/mo. 1st + security, ly furn Close to schools & mo. 571-277-7777
ba, FL rm, W/D, ceiling No smoking or pets. Avail shops. 15 min to beach, DAYTONA BEACH-
fans. $610/mo (on time in June 386-334-6273 year lease, no pets. Beach Cottage Key West
rent) + util. No pets or photo ad #32619 www. $900/mo. 321-449-0228. Style, 2 blocks from
smokers please. HometownNewsOL.com PORT ORANGE- 3/2 beach, great area, 2/1.5,
310-570-3384 ORMOND / PINE RUN- condo, new carpet. cable $650/mo. short or long
NEW SMYRNA BEACH- Clean! 2br/2ba, 1 floor, and water included, term. 305-896-2219
2/1, unfurn, downstairs new appliances & paint, $1050/mo, 1st plus DAYTONA BEACH-
apt, close to beach & patio, carport, pool, quiet security. References Bungalow. 1 block from
river. Walk to shops. & convenient, $950/mo. required. 386-679-9561 beach. 3/2/1, w[d, oak
$550 + until. 609-839-7083 water incl. 386-676-1538 SOUTH DAYTONA- 2/2, floors, furn or unfurn 416
/321-202-6406 ORMOND BEACH- 1/1, 1st floor, carpet in Braddock. $1100/mo. +
NEW SMYRNA BEACH- apt. Single fir. Triplex, bedrooms, tile in rest, w/d sec. 754-244-1066
Captain's Quarters Ocean Village Villas. Lots hook-up, fresh paint. EDGEWATER 814 Star
condo, 2/2, 3rd floor, of Storage. All appl. Walk to shops. $725/mo. Reef, 3Br/2ba/2cg in
intercoastal view, all new Stack W/D. Lg. Srcd Pch 407-234-0464 Coral Trace; large, lake-
carpet, dock avail. $975 $650 386-795-5628 SOUTH- DAYTONA- side homeingated/pool
negotiable 386-427-6359 ORMOND BEACH- Beautiful townhome, community $1050/month
New Smyrna Beach- 2/1.5, 2 story condo, fully 2br/1.5ba, Ig living space, Call Jeanne, Alexander
side- By owner, 1/1 Exc. furn, 1 block to beach, laundry on premises, R.E. 386-690-9018
cond. Fully furn. Pool, walk to everything, great assigned pkg, abundant EDGEWATER 2/2/1 new
clubhse. Coronado Arms area. Must see! No pets, personal pride. $690/mo. C/H/A. No smokers/pets.
Sale or Rent. $700/mo or $1395/mo 321-443-3131 Also 1BR $585, 2BR References $775/mo +
$135K 386-698-3083 ORMOND BEACH- $590 Pets welcome! utilities. F/L/S, lawn care,
NEW SMYRNA, Bou- Furnished efficiency, 386-383-9989 /290-6740 pest control, shutters
chelle Island. 2/2, River- country setting, incld VERO BEACH: Move in included. 386-428-7801
front. 2 pools, tennis, ja- utilities, internet and special Newly remod- after 5 pm.
cuzzi, basic cable & W/D laundry facilities. $125 eled. 1br & 2br from EDGEWATER 3/2/1 nice
incl'd. Small pet wel- wk. James 386-405-8895 $575. Tile, New appl. kitchen. Screened porch,
come. $975/mo. Call Ormond By The Sea- Close to Beaches, Parks fenced backyard, no pets
386-690-9030. Kingston Shores on A1A, & Rest. 772-563-0013 or smoking. $900/mo
Ormond / Lakes of Pine 2/2.5, townhouse, 1 st/last references.
Run- 2/2.5, on lake. All secluded, safe, but still ]il[0 tuseUf.- Ret 386-846-8986
appliances incl. No pets steps to beach! EDGEWATERI WATER-
no smokers. Covered Oceanview, pool in rear, DAYTONA BEACH- FRONT FEh Wn d Ek n
pkg, pool, deck, wet bar newly decorated. Tile 2 bedroom annual rentals FRONT. Fish on dock on
$850/mo. 248-760-5441 throughout ground floor, from $600/month. Call canal to intracoast clean
Call Classified excellent cond $950/mo 386-767-9872 or visit 2/1 beauty furn. W/D.
386-677-6357 / 405-2085 EquityLifestyle.com 6mo-lyr. $750-$1000. 1st
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location, Good
everything! $725/mo.
630-873-0524
630-873-0493
HOLLY HILL- 3/2 with
Snew kitchen, carpeting,
skylights. 2-car gar with
L --A 00* laundry area. NO PETS.
NO SMOKING. First, last,
I sec, refs. $985 m4 avail
C0 dvI A t d Ma e July. 386-323-6121
HOLLY HILL- Close to
river, 2/2, 2 story house,
ample parking, large
00 C op r 1 1WC fenced yard. $850 per
month plus utilities and
S* security954-288-6988
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bull Bay Golf Club two
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Residences avail, each
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'68 Chevy C-10 Pickup-
New front fenders, lower
control arms & ball
joints. V8, auto, longbed
have some new and used
parts, also. $2500 obo
Runs good!386-255-2344
1929 PONTIAC 4-door
sedan. Very original &
complete. Runs & drives.
6-cyl split head engine w
overhaul, honeycomb
radiator. $7500/obo or
trade. 386-871-8663
CHEVROLET C10 P/U
1966 327 4-speed
Muncee. Ground up
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HARLEY DAVIDSON
1967, electric & kick
2nd owner, runs good
$3000 772-408-2363
HARLEY DAVIDSON:
Custom 1200, 1988,
Newly Rebuilt Motor.
Custom paint. $6,500
772-263-2075
HONDA VTR 1000 '98,
14K miles. Good condi-
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386-416-8756
WANTED JAPANESE
Motorcycles Kawasaki,
1970-1980, Z1-900,
KZ900, KZ1000, H2-750,
H1-500, S1-250, S2-250,
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FOURWINDS '06 29'
Class C, Ford V-10, 2
slide outs, sleeps 7,
Queen br, fully loaded,
5,000 miles. Asking
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NSB WALK TO THE
BEACH 2BR, 2BA, W/D
hook-up, single garage.
Exc. location. Freshly
painted. No Pets. $875
mo., $925 deposit.
386-847-4504
ORMOND BEACH -
Newly remodeled 2/3 br,
2ba, poss. furn., near li-
brary & parks. $840 mo.
+utilities. $800 deposit.
W/D. 386-871-0397
Ormond Beach- Halifax
Plantation. 3 bd/2ba/2cg
Walk to golf, tennis, pool,
restaurant. No pets or
smoking $1,300. mo. incl.
lawncare. 386-290-6815
ORMOND BEACH-
Trails home. 4bd/2ba.
pool available, Beautiful
loc. Walk to shopping No
pets. $1,950/mo + sec.
518-677-8634
ORMOND BEACH- Walk
to the beach! 3/2, wood
floors, tile, carport. Very
clean. Nice area.
$995/mo. 1st, last + sec.
Refs. 772-216-2303
Ormond Beach-Tomoka
Oaks Golf Course home.
4/3, screened in brick
patio & pool, bonus room.
$1900 mo. + 1st & sec.
386-527-3006
ORMOND BEACHSIDE-
3/2.5/2, on oceanside
golf course, 5 min walk to
beach, w/d, $1500/mo +
security deposit. Avail.
now! 386-852-5667
ORMOND BY THE SEA-
5 Seaside Drive, 2br/lba,
carport, Florida room,
washer & dryer, $750 mo.
1st, last, security
deposit. 407-967-7932
ORMOND BY THE SEA-
Close to beach! 39
Beechwood Dr. 2br/
lba/lcg, w/d, sunroom.
No pets, no smoking,
$850/mo. 407-701-8438
ORMOND BY THE SEA-
DelightfullIl 2/2/1, newly
renovated, fenced, w/d,
new appl, tile & granite.
1400sf, private beach
access. July 1 $1050/mo.
386-527-3938 / 441-9335
ORMOND BY THE SEA-
Holland Rd. Adorable
2/1, carport, central h/a,
w/d hookup. Steps from
the beach! $795/mo 1st
+ sec. 386-681-9339
540-622-2406
PORT ORANGE Coun-
tryside Hunt Club gated
comm. 3BR/2Ba/2CG
clubhse, pool & tennis
courts. Centrally located.
$1400.mo 386-788-2563
PORT ORANGE-
2BR/1BA, 1 car garage,
on Ridgewood Ave. 1/2
mile South of Dunlawton
Bridge. $800/mo. No
pets 386-756-7752
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4br/3.5ba/5cg. 4000 sq ft
3 yr old solar heated pool
home. HW firs through-
out. 821 Pheasant Run
West, off Hensel. Pet
friendly. $3800/mo Call
Ann, 386-295-8638
ROCKLEDGE: 6% to
buyer's agent. Beautiful
4br/2ba, 2000sf., FL Rm,
Scrn porch. New kitchen
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floor, A/C. Huge fenced
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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-
2br/2.5ba townhouse,
recently remodeled. Pool,
tennis court, w/d & basic
cable included.
$1000/mo. 386-437-0391
PORT ORANGE. 3/2 TH.
1605 Deer Springs Road,
The Hammocks. 7 yrs
old. Great view. New
paint. Pool, tennis, club-
house. $995/mo. plus
F/L. Call 347-612-6535


PORT ORANGE- 3/2/2,
jacuzzi, tiled kitchen &
BR, 7 years young, good
area & schools, all
appliances. $1250/mo.
1st & dep. 781-632-6153
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PORT ORANGE- ON
THE WATER, 2/1.5
large porch w/2 boat lifts
$1100/mo. Negot. last &
sec. May not return your
till evening 386-846-3369
PORT ORANGE-
Spacious 3/2/1, huge
fenced backyard, close to
Palmer Chiropractic
School. $1350/mo. 1st,
last, sec. 386-760-3502
PORT ORANGE- Summ-
er Trees, age rest. 55+
2/2, private patio. Rent to
own $725/mo. Principles
Only Vacant 386-
760-3468 386-316-0251
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. 3/2/2.
Very clean. Great neigh-
borhood schools. Lawn
care incl'd. Avail June 16.
$1100/mo., $1500 dep.
1081 Wexford Way
386-756-0555

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STORAGE- $75 month
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386-566-8263


DODGE CARAVAN '99
Fully equip. $3500. Cold
air Call owner
386-673-9085
N DODGE CONVERSION
Van- '97, 115K mi, seats
L 7, all power, runs excel. &
looks good. $3000 obo
cell 856-366-3780

REDUCED
FORD EXCURSION '00
Limited edition 4 wheel
drive. Auto trans, lifted
w/oversized tires. Black
w/tan leather interior. Ex-
cellent cond. $10,000.
OBO. 386-405-1548 or
386-547-5385.
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Triton eng. runs good
Utility Cabinet, Good for
work, white, Cold A/C,
$3000, 321-794-0403


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ORMOND BEACH-
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Air-conditioned office
$785/mo. Up to 2500sf
available. 386-672-1276
or 386-451-4018
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located north US1, office,
bathroom, 1000 sf,
concrete block, overhead
door. $500/mo.
386-451-4018 / 672-1276
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Cabins, Condos and
Homes available for
Summer Rentals. Call
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nite, or Oceanfront house
fr. $199nite/$1399wk,
Oceanfront wedding $349
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GAS MISER- 120HP, 4
cyl, Ford engine. Sunbird
cruiser model. V-Hull,
O.M.C. Stored 8 years,
needs some work $1500
386-428-6983



PATHFINDER 22' Tour-
nament XL '07, F250
engine, trolling motor,
GPS, SS prop, dual axel
trailer. Full warranty on
boat & motor. Cost
$52,000, asking $38,000.
Catch the fish of your
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lanai + yard. No Pets freshly painted, scree
$795. mo. 386-780-5249 porch. Basic cab
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