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Vol. 4, No. 13 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, April 24, 2009


City purchases riverfront


property for new park


H i HometownNews
readers,


Murder charges filed
Holly Hill police have
filed attempted murder
charges against a suspected
car thief, and they said it's
warranted after the suspect
allegedly roared through a
busy intersection slamming
into an innocent motorist.
Chief Mark Barker said Cory
Dillard, just 21 years old, is a
twice-convicted felon who
has no regard for human
life, and proved it while
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Take
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By Bill Borden
For Hometown News

DAYTONA BEACH- Beachside
residents, tourists, canoeists and
kayakers can look forward to
enjoying a new Halifax River park
near Main Street in the future.
City commissioners voted 6-1 to
spend $2.7 million out of the
city's general fund to purchase a
1.5-acre parcel of riverfront prop-
erty at 42 South Halifax Drive.


Originally, commissioners were
only scheduled to authorize an
attempt to get grant money for
the park, but Mayor Glenn
Ritchey changed the direction of
the process in recognition of time
constraints that were being
placed on the project and threat-
ening its success.
"We need to cut to the chase
and first decide that we want to
buy the property before we apply
for the grant," he said. "The bot-


'OZ' returns to sea


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Volusia County Beach Patrol Officer Emily Hall of
Ormond Beach carefully holds 'Oz', a rehabilitated
green sea turtle during the 7th annual Turtle Day in
Ponce Inlet last weekend. Ms. Hall helped in the rescue
efforts of Oz after the green sea turtle became entan-
gled in fisherman's line.


Balifield upgrade

scheduled for summer


By Wayne Grant
For Hometown News

ORMOND BEACH -
Local athletes should find
smoother fielding on the
baseball fields and crisper
kicking on the soccer fields
after this summer's renova-
tions are complete at the
Ormond Beach Sports Com-
plex.
Four baseball fields and
eight soccer fields will be
closed from approximately
the first of June until the first
of August. Renovations will
require a month, and a
month will also be needed
for new sod to get estab-
lished. The softball field and
T-ball field will remain open
and temporary soccer fields
will be available.
The renovation was
scheduled for summer
because that's the "down-
time," said Steve Stershic,


maintenance supervisor.
There should be a notable
difference afterward for
those using the fields, he
said.
The main problem with
the soccer fields has been
poor drainage, which has
impeded play and caused
additional maintenance
because the fields get "all
torn up," Mr. Stershic said.
The fields will be graded
with a laser-operated
machine to improve
drainage.
"You get a perfect grade
with the laser," Mr. Stershic
said.. "If you do it mechani-
cally, you're just guessing."
The work on the soccer
fields will be preventive
maintenance needed every
six years or so, but not all
communities do it, said
Robert Carolin, Leisure Ser-
vices director for Ormond
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want to buy this Sam
property?" 10)180
The commission O
was given the 'SAURBI'
opportunity to DAV71NT 8
purchase the
property through
a program that is
administered by "The Trust for
Public Land" which is a national
non-profit land acquisition
organization. Trust For Public


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Holly Hill passes new spay


and neuter ordinance


By Bill Borden
For Hometown News
HOLLY HILL City Com-
missioners realized they had
gotten hold of a "political
hot button," as Commis-
sioner John Penny put it,
when they opened public
discussion for an ordinance
that makes it mandatory for
Holly Hill residents to spay
and neuter their pets unless
exempted by special cir-
cumstances. The commis-
sion approved the ordi-
nance 4-1.
The commission heard
from a variety of concerned
citizens including many
local animal rescue organi-
zations.
Cheryl Robel, who is with
Concerned Citizens for Ani-
malWelfare, urged the com-
mission to pass the ordi-
nance because, she said,
more than 21,000 animals'
were killed inVolusia Coun-
ty last year.
"We truly believe that with
a county-wide effort this
could become a no-kill
community," she said. "It is
a moral issue as well as a fis-
cal issue. We spent more
than 1.5 million dollars just
to kill animals in Volusia
County last year."
Ms. Robel is a resident of
South Daytona, a city which
recently passed a mandato-
ry spay and neuter law that
she says has been very suc-
cessful.
"Thanks to (Volusia)


county councilman Carl
Persis this was passed in the
county as well," she said.
"We asked the county to
take the lead on this and
they have."
Councilman Persis was
also present at the meeting
to urge the commission to
pass the ordinance as part of
a county-wide effort to
reduce the killing of
unwanted animals.
"I was not an animal lover
but the more I learned
about what was going on at
Halifax Humane Society and
then I spent the day there,
that will do it if you can
make it through a whole day
there." he said.
Mr. Persis said that he did
a lot of research to see what
other states and counties
are doing and concluded
that the only way he felt
comfortable with creating a
mandatory law was to have
some way to provide spay
and neutering for people
who can't afford to take their
animals to a vet.
"That is when we got into
providing the spay and
neuter truck.," he said, refer-
ring to Volusia County's
Low-Cost Pet Vet van that
travels the area.
Mr. Persis urged the com-
mission to pass the ordi-
nance.
"The County is prepared
to work with you in any way,
shape or form," he said. "It's
not a quick fix, but, over


time, we will see results. It is
a long-term strategy."
The few objections that
were raised centered around
the "mandatory" coricept of
the ordinance and the cost
of complying with it for peo-
ple who could not afford it.
Representatives of the ani-
mal rescue organizations
attending the meeting
assured those who were
objecting that there are
funds available to help those
in need.
Commissioner Penny said
research he did on the issue
convinced him to approve
the ordinance. He said he
contacted the heads of all
the animal shelters in Volu-
sia and Flagler Counties
plus representatives ofARNI
and Concerned Citizens for
Animal Welfare. They were
all 100 percent behind it.
"...The Halifax Humane
Society ... took in 415,000
animals last year," he said.
"Only three thousand were
adopted. Over 10,000 were
killed and less than 900 were
returned to their owners."
Mayor Roland Via was the
only dissenter.
"I'm the odd man out on
this and the only reason why
is not because I don't sup-
port spay and neuter and it's
not that I don't support the
efforts of the Humane Soci-
ety," he said. "But I trust our
citizens to be responsible
and do the right thing with-
out being told to do it."


Chip Schelble of
the Volusia County
Health Department
Stakes an ocean


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By Jeanne Willard But when he wades into
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its early stages, there was
still a drawbridge across
the Halifax River.
Now, more than 80 arti-
sans are participating in
the weekend event, in such
mediums as oils, acrylics,
photography, wood, clay,
textiles, jewelry, and fab-
ric. Applications are com-
pleted and sent to the
Ormond Beach Memorial
Art Museum where they
are juried and a diverse yet
representative selection is
made.
"Ormond is special, "
said veteran artist Don
Kennedy who moved here
with his new bride in 1961.
Mr. Kennedy said he has
participated in a good
number of art shows,
many out of town and out

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such mediums as
oils, acrylics, pho-
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of state, but says he looks
forward to his hometown
festival the most.
His reasons are net-
working opportunities,
reconnecting with friends
and peers, a bit of loyalty
(he's been involved in Art
in the Park for more than
15 years, once serving as
judge), and a more simple
reason: "I get to be home
at night."
Kennedy will be exhibit-
ing watercolors and
acrylics this year, mostly
seascapes and landscapes.
Debbie Lowe makes jew-
elry, and apparently it's a
big hit with those attend-
ing Art in the Park. She's
won the People's Choice
Award six times in a row.
"It's the first show I ever
did, and that's one of the
reasons I've stayed loyal to
it," she said. "I've been
involved every year since
1994."
She started out working
solely with glass sea glass
and ancient Roman glass,
which she procures from
an antiques dealer and
has evolved into using
gemstones, pearls, and
lots of vintage glass and
crystal.
"It's all been a very posi-
tive experience," Lowe
said.
Although Peggy Gilmore
has lived in this area all her
life, it's the first time
Wilderness Wonders, a
small business owned and
run by Ms. Gilmore, with
help from her husband,
has participated in Art in
the Park. She said the rea-
son you'll be seeing her
art, photo, mirror or map
frames made from bark
and other gifts of Mother
Nature this year is,
"There's more of a demand
for rustic and natural
d6cor than I thought!"
Mike Demchak, Com-
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tor for the City of Ormond
Beach, said another new
aspect of this year's event
is its youth activities.
There will be a live, ongo-
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throughout the day, and a
sidewalk chalk event, just
to mention a few.
"We're trying to make
this a true community
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From left to right: Nicholas
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ORMOND BEACH In
1997, four Cub Scouts sat
around a table, deciding on
a name for their patrol. They
chose the "Eagle Patrol"-
not knowing that 12 years
later, after helping each
other and building their
friendship along the way,
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the highest rank in the Boy
Scouts of America.
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The four Ormond Beach
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ing since joining the Cub
Scouts in the first grade.
Both Brandons are in an
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gram at Seabreeze High
School while Nicholas and
Cameron are in the interna-
tional baccalaureate pro-
gram at Spruce Creek High
School.


In a proclamation made at
the ceremony, Mayor
Costello named April' 18,
2009, as Cameron Bledsoe,
Brandon Brown, Nicholas
Ryan and Brandon Lanes
Day, and urged all residents
to join him in paying tribute
to the young men as "out-
standing representatives of
the youth of the City of
Ormond Beach and in
thanking them for their
service to our community."
Only about five percent of
scouts make it all the way to
Eagle Scout, said Troop
Leader Rusty Case. There are
a lot of physical and mental
requirements, he said, and it
takes a strong time commit-
ment.
"It's very unusual to have
four friends attain the rank
together," he said.
Mr. Ryan's mother Debbie
was the Cub Scout den
leader who was with the
boys when they first decided
to be the Eagle Patrol. They
kept the name throughout
their scouting career and
now are the Eagle Patrol of
Troop 413.
Ms. Ryan said she saw
their potential and could tell
those "four wide-eyed boys"
were up" t the challenge of


becoming Eagle Scouts. tlement they want every-
"There are so many peo- thing. In Scouting, you make
pie in scouting you look up a commitment to. be
to leaders and older scouts involved in the community
- you want to model.your- food drives, service proj-
self after them," Brandon ects and it's about trying to
Brown said. "The whole do the right thing."
basis of Eagle scouting is But it's not an individual
building leadership quali- effort, Debbie. Ryan said. It's
ties. It's geared toward a cooperative effort benveen
accomplishing goals and 'the scouts, parents and
meeting challenges." leadership who provide a lot
Nicholas said the scouting of help and encouragement
experience exposed him to along the way.
many things. Visitors to two local parks
"It helped me decide what and a cemetery will benefit
I like," he said. "At camp one from the four scouts' Eagle
year I saw the lifeguards, Projects.
became interested, and now Brandon Lanes restored
I'm a lifeguard with .the. pathways to the Indian
Volusia County Beach Mounds in Tomoka State
Patrol. Park; Nicholas improved the
Nicholas admitted that nature trail to Sugar Mill
scouting may not be consid- Ruins at Bulow State Park;
ered "cool" by-many of,his, Brandon Brown organized a
friends, but he's glad he beautification project at Pil-
stuck with it. grims Rest Cemetery; and
"I struggled with that Cameron restored a trail
some. Being able to handle from Sugar Mill Ruins to
it comes with maturity, he Spring House Trail at Bulow
said. "I'm proud of what I State Park.
accomplished." The Eagle Patrol will soon
Scouting builds confi- be off to college: Brandon
dence and helps prepare Lanes and Nicholas to Flori-
them for life, Brandon Lanes da State University; Bran-
said. don Brown to Daytona State.
"Also," he said, "many kids : College and Cameron to the
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Police report


Editor's note: This is a list
of arrests, not convictions,
and all arrestees are pre-
sumed innocent unless or
until proven guilty in a
court of law.
Daytona Beach
Police Department
*Shaletta Consuela Fribley, 35,
of 830 Marion St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 10 on
charges of aggravated battery.
Bail was set at $2,500.
*James Lee Kearse, Jr., 31, of
108 Powell Blvd., No. 2308, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested April
10 on charges of possession of
cocaine and marijuana within
1,000 feet of a church. Bail was
set at $10,000..
*.Phillip Lashaun Filer, 27, of
642 Shady Place, Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 10 on
charges of aggravated assault
(wrlh a deadly weapons. Bail was
sel at $2,000.
*Tasmaine Johnson, 18, of 780
Kentucky St., Daytona Beach,
was arrested April 10- on
charges of unlawful possession
of crack, cocaine. Bail was not
set.
*Chrisropher Lamar Williams,
23. ol 1830 S. Clyde Morris
Bld ro 33, Dayiona Beach,
was arrested April 10 on
charges of possession of
cocaine. Bail was not set.
*Paul Stephen Nagella, 57, of
735 McArthur Ct., Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 10 on
charges of :cultivation of
cannabis. Bail was set al $1,500.
*Alice Fae Favors, 39, of 967
Mason Ave., Daytona Beach,
was arrested April 11 on
charges of possession of
cocaine. Bail was set at $1,500.
*David W. Dellinger, 47, 423
S Flasrng Ave., Daytona Beach,
was arrested April 11 on
charges of aggravated battery.
Bail was set at $1,500.
*Dwight Edison Simmons, 44,
of 1047 Cedar St., Apt. A, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested April
11 on charges of aggravated
battery .domestic violence. Bail
was not set.
*Nathan Orion Heilman, 33, of
1201 Bel Aire Drive, Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 11 on
.charges of tampering of evi-
dence and possession of a
scheduled IV substance. Bail
was set at $10,000.
*Staci Marie Ellis, 25, of 1199
Pine St., Apt. 102, Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 12, on
charges of.battery on a pregnant
person domestic battery. Bail
was not.set.
*Travis M..Sanders, 34, of 116
S. Coates St., No. 8, Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 12, on
charges of aggravated ballers
(domestic). Bad was not set.


*Patrick Brian Meherg, 23, of
1245 N. Atlantic Ave., Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 12 on
charges of aggravated assault
(domestic). No bail was set.
*Anthony Lorenzo Robinson,
29, of 340 North St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 12 on
charges of grand theft auto. Bail
was set'at $5,500.
*Matthew R. Williams, 20, of
311 Country Clud Oval, Apt.
209, Daytona Beach, was.arrest-
ed April 12 on charges of grand
theft. Bail was set at $1,500.
*Tonik Shenyetta Watson, 22,
of 818 Lewis Drive, Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 13 on
charges of aggravated battery
domestic violence. Bail was not
set.
*Ronald Eugene Lewis, 54, of
220 San Juan No. 2, Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 13 on
charges of burglary. Bail was set
at $1,500.
*Justin Reginald Butler, 28, of
1657 Third St., Daytona Beach,
was arrested April 13 on
charges of kidnapping, armed
robbery, use of a firearm in com-
mitting a felony and possession
of a firearm by convicted felon.
Bail was set at $25,000.
*David Leonard Watson, 38, of
.132 Big Ben/ Drive, Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 13 on
charges of battery on a law
enforcement officer and attempt-
ing to deprive a law enforcement
officer of a firearm and resisting
with violence. Bail was. set at
$12,500.
*Scott Edwin Summers, 39, of
705 S. Beach St., No. 139, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested April
13 ,on charges of battery on a
law enforcement officer and
resist arrest with violence. Bail
was set at $11,000.
*Raynard Green, 26, of 520
Colfax Drive, Daytona Beach,i.
was arrested April 13 on
charges of grand .theft motor
vehicle and child neglect. Bail
was set at $3,000. ,
*Jeremy Michael Levine, 23, of
510 Braddock No. 4, Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 14 on
charges of robbery by sudden
snatch. Bail was set at $1,500.
*William Smith Harvey, 26, of
900 N. Oleander Ave., Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 14 on
charges of trespassing on a con-
struction site. Bail was set at
$1,000.
*Dennis, Fitzpatrick, 42 of 614
1/2 Main St., No. 10, Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 14 on
charges of trespassing on a con-
struction site. Bail was set at
$1,000.
*Jormel Tyre Russell, 20, of
1144 Hillcrest Drive, Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 14 on
charges of unlawful possession
of cocaine. Bail as sei al
$2,500.


*Merkece David Wiliams, 18,
of 1054 Michael Road, Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 14 on
charges of unlawful possession
of cocaine. Bail was set at
$1,000.
*Kenneth Steven Hope II, 29,
of 145 Perfect, Daytona Beach,
was arrested April 15 on
charges of battery (domestic).
Bail was not set.
*James Anthony Brown, 24, of
626 South St., Daytona Beach,
was arrested April 15 on
charges of unlawful possession
of cocaine. Bail was set at
$1,000.
*James Richard Dunbar, 43, of
409 Ellesworth, Daytona Beach,
was arrested April 15 on
charges of possession of
cocaine. Bail was set at $2,000.
*Eugene Terrell King, 18, of
212 Carolina St., No. E6, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested April
15 on charges of trafficking
(Hydrocodine) and unlawful pos-
session of crack cocaine. Bail
was set at $26,500.
*.Sean Maurice Owens, 18, of
532 W. Mathis Ave., Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 15 on
charges of grqnd theft auto,
unlawful possession of a
cocaine and trafficking (Hydor-
codine.) Bail was set at $27,750.
*Onzalo Cardell Williams, 29,
.of 237 DeSoto St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 16 on
charges of unlawful possession
of Xanax within 1,000 feet of a
church. Bail was not set.
*Voldez Denoyer Scott, 20, of
116 Caroline Lake Drive, No.
102, Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed April 16 on charges of shoot-
ing into a building. Bail was not
set.
*Leon Arthur Smith, 44, of 357
Fletcher St', Daytona Beach,
was arrested April 16 on charges
of trafficking cocaine and pos-
session of cannabis with intent
within 1,000 feet of a church. Bail
was set at $35,000.
*Cory Duriel Tucker, 27, of
1644 Stocking St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 16 on
charges of possession of
cocaine. Bail was not set.
Derrick Carn, 33, of.780 Ken-
tucky St., Daytona Beach, was
arrested April 16 on charges of
possession of cocaine. Bail .was
not set.
*Andrew Michael Chrisenber-
ry, 38, of 778 Jimmy Ann Drive,.
Daytona Beach, was arrested
April 16 on charges of posses-
sion of cocaine. Bail was set at
$3,500.
*Brandon Jamal Hodges, 18,
of 456 Brentwood Drive, No. 14,.
Daytona 'Beach, was arrested
April 16 on charges of aggravat-
ed domestic assault. Bail was
not set


Ormond Beach
Police Department

*Jessica E. Robinson, 30, of 873
Peninsula Drive, Ormond Beach,
was arrested April 11 on charges
of flee elude law enforcement offi-
cer, possession of a controlled
substance and neglect of a child.
Bail was set at $3,000.

Holly Hill Police
Department
*Michelle Christine Morris, 39, of
603 Eighth St., No. 2, Holly Hill,
was arrested April 10 on charges
of sale and delivery of base
cocaine. Bail was set at $1,500.
*Timothy Erin McQuillen, 33, of
603 Eighth St., Apt. 2, Holly HII
was arrested April 10'on charges
of grand theft, burglary of a con-
veyance and principle sale of base
cocaine. Bail was set at $6,000.
*Randy Joe Schimp, 28, of 1838
N. Nova Road, Holly Hill, was
arrested April 13 on.charge of bur-
glary to a motor vehicle. Bail was
set at $2,500.
*Ashley Sunshine Fisler, 22, 225
LPGA Blvd., Holly Hill, was arrest-
ed April 15 on charges of posses-
sion of methamphetamine and
possession of prohibited chemi-
cals. Bail was set at $4,000.

Volusia County
Sheriff's Office

*Michael Thomas Benner, 33, of
312 Timko Terrace, Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 10 on
charges of uttering a forgery. Bail
was set at $500.
*Richard Everett Chandler,, 46,
of 1503 San Jose Blvd., Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 10 on
charges of possession of a sched-
uled II substance. Bail was not
set.
*Jonathan Jermaine Clark, 35,
of 633 Jean St., Apt. J1, Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 10 on
charges of sale of cannabis. Bail
was set at $10,000.
*Nancy Gardner Savitski, 51, of
141 S. Oleander Ave., No. 3, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested on
charges of dealing stolen proper-
ty. Bail was set at $2,500.
*David Edwin Brown,,39; of 141
.S. Oleander Ave., No. 3, Daytona
Beach, was arrested on April 11
on charges of dealing in stolen
property. Bail was set at $2,500.
*Ronald Williams, 42, of 1030
Fourth' St., Daytona Beach, was
arrested April 13 on charges aLa
burglary of conveyance and
attempted burglary of a con-
veyance. Bail was set at $3,250.
*Justine Aten Harris, 20, of 1020
Bobbie Lee Drive, Holly'Hill, was
arrested April 15 on charges of..


Wanted person:
Willard Joseph Garland
Alias: Billy Collins
Birth Date:
March12, 1967
Reason wanted:
Driving with suspended
license; giving a false
name.
Last knowlocation: Linda
Avenue, Ormond Beach
Distinguishing Features:
Scar on forehead
Crime Stoppers. of
Northeast Florida is seek-
ing information on the.
whereabouts of Willard
Joseph Garland, 42. While
Garland has lived in Sat-
suma and Bunnell, he was
last seen in the area of
Linda Avenue in Ormond
Beach scamming money,
from residents while using
the name Billy Collins.
Garland has an- open
warrant charging him with
failure to show.up in court
on charges of driving with
a suspended license and
giving a. false name upon
arrest. He drives a black
Chevrolet S-10 pickup
truck with a white hood
and red flames on the side,
although it's not known


burglary to a structure. Bail was
set at $1,500.
*James Paul Kapp 45, of 104
Shoalford Drive, Holly Hill, was
arrested 'April 15 on charges of
burglary'to a business and dealing
in stolen property. Bail was set at
$3,000.
*Richard Edward Fant, 50, of
1225 Linda Lane, Holly Hill, was
arrested April 15 on charges of
aggravated assault (domestic vio-
lence).'Bail was not set.
*Robert Allen Rottenstein, 31, of
1122 Avenue I, Ormond Beach,
was arrested April 15 on charges
of aggravated assault with a dead-
ly weapon Without intent. Bail was
set at $1,750.
*John Bernard Dew, 44, of 555
OaK St., No. D,, Daytona Beach,
was arrested April 16 on charges


Willard Joseph Garland

whether he's still in posses-
sion of the truck. Garland is
5 feet 8 inches and weights
about 180 pounds and
sometimes wears glasses.
He has brown, balding hair
and blue eyes. If you see
Garland or know where he
is, don't attempt to appre-
hend him.
Anyone with informa-
tion regarding Garland's
whereabouts is asked to
call Crime Stoppers toll-
free at (888) 277-TIPS. You
can also Text your tip by
texting "TIP231 plus your
message" to CRIMES. Any-
bne who provides informa-
tion to Crime Stoppers will
remain anonymous, and
can qualify for a reward of
up to $1,000.


of sale of cocaine. Bail was set at
$10,000.
*Michael Charles Ehmen, 18, of
18 Essex Drive, Ormond Beach,
was arrested on charges of culti-
vation of cannabis. Bail was set at
$3,000.
*Brent Sanders, 41, 755 Linda
SAve., Ormond Beach, was arrest-
ed April 16 on charges of burglary
to a structure or conveyance. Bail
was set at $1,000.

State's Attorney's
Office

*Saoud Dahoune, 50, of 624 N.
Ridgewood Ave.. Daytona Beach,
was arrested April.11 on'charges
of tax evasion Bail was set at
$2,500.


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In response to
'Keep the dogs, ban the people'

My guess is that this comes from a transplant. I am the
fourth generation in this area.
This used to be a sleepy little beach town where families
came for summer vacation.
Dogs and horses were allowed on the beach. No one
complained. Now with all of the transplants, not only can
we not take our dogs to the beach, but Ormond Beach has
no dog parks.
Orlando, Jacksonville, West Palm Beach, all have beauti-
ful dog parks it shows class. The pet industry in this
country is one of the largest, and our county representa-
tives cannot provide for dog owners and nowhere to go?
There are miles of beach here, there is no reason that a
mile of our beach cannot le dedicated to allowing our dogs
to run leash free.
People leave more garbage on our beach than any dog
could. Their feces is biodegradable. It would wash out to
sea (for those who are too lazy to pick up after their pets).
Whatever happened to compromise? Let us have before 9
a.m. and after 5 p.m. to take our dogs to the beach. What do
these people think about the county closing off certain sec-
tions of the beach due to the high bacteria levels? Do they
actually think the ocean can be cordoned off like that? That
is due to humans not dogs.
Ormond Beach can spend all that money redoing the
Casements Park, but we cannot have somewhere close to
take our dogs. Is there an answer out there?

Car stereo noise is a problem

This is apparently a nationwide issue that is being
addressed and aggressively handled in other states, but
not here.
The very people paid to do a job are not stopping the
car stereo noise situation on Nova Road in Daytona
Beach.
LawsV are being-broken that are serious in many ways.
Property values, physical and emotional health are all
negatively affected.
It is a hazard to other drivers on the road and to emer-
gency vehicles.
The police need to take this seriously and ticket these
people, or take away their licenses to drive.

Armed guards needed on ships

It seems to us that it would behoove the ship owners to
hire armed security guards for their cargo ships.
It would save them a lot of worry about pirating. It
would save money and lives in the long run.
Their multi-millions of dollars in ships and cargo would
be safe, substantiating the cost of having armed security
guards.

We need beach tolls

I have just finished reading how the powers that be are
thinking of cutting out the $5 fee for driving on the beach.
Has anyone with half an ounce of brains bothered to
look all the way into that? First, let's just stop and think.
You take away the tollbooths, and people will-be driving
onto the beach with their dogs, alcohol and other items
that are not allowed on the beach.
The Beach Patrol will have to hire more officers, which
will cost more money to help maintain the beach.
Not only will they have to continue to do the many tasks
they are expected to do now, but they will also have to be
in charge of closing all the gates when the tide is high.
They will have to be writing more tickets for people who
don't abide by the rules.
This means that because they will be doing the jobs that
the tollbooth operators used to do, they aren't going to be
as available for what they.are really out there for.
Hey, that's okay, lets just save people $5 a day or $20 a
year. It's worth it, right?
Now continue to tell yourself that when New Smyrna
Beach has to raise its taxes to cover the costs that the toll-




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Letters

Thanks for your support


Thank you for sponsoring the 16th annual Greater
Daytona Shrine Club golf tournament.
Your participation in the March 28 event at Pelican Bay
north course helped make a very successful money
contribution to the Shriners' Hospitals for children.
The help from Hometown News, Wal-mart, Sam's club,
Daytona Beverage, Pub 44 and Brighthouse, makes it
possible forthe Greater Daytona Shrine Club to support


booths used to cover.
How will the citizens of New Smyrna Beach feel having
to foot the bill for all the reckless people who come to the
beach?
' There is also the fact that once the beach is full of cars,
the Beach Patrol will now have to police all the cars that
are continuing to come onto the beach.
People may not realize how valuable the tollbooths and
their operators are, but you should take the time. In case
you can't see that, let me point some things out to you.
When a tollbooth operator sees someone entering the
beach with a cooler full of beer, they contact beach patrol.
Before you encourage this to happen, stop ard think
about just what you will be losing to save yourself that $5 a
day or $20 a year. Then once you pass this, don't,complain.

Town meetings are like a broken record.

Every couple of years, the city councils and "business
community," led by ineffective business leaders and the
Chamber of Commerce,. go through the same motions of
talking about the needs of the community.
Most recently, they held their little do-nothing, feel-good
sessions to talk about the need for more roads, and how to
get people to conserve water because there will soon be a
water shortage.
Doesn't anyone out there realize that all these problems
come about because the misinformed city councils in all
these towns try to build at any cost?
The way to stop traffic, crime, road issues, school issues
and water shortages is to stop building the heck out of every
vacant piece of land on this planet.
Some people do waste precious resources such as water,
but that waste is minimal compared to the potential usage
that will be required by the influx of 50,000 new residents in
the New Smyrna Beach/Edgewater area that is projected
during the next 10 years due to huge mega developments
such as Venetian Bay and Restoration.
The way out of this problem is not to continue doing the
same thing that got us into this mess in the first place, which
is build-build-build.

People should be paying taxes

I know with the economic situation the United States is
in, a lot of people are in need of state assistance. I also know
of people that are working under the table and drawing food
stamps, which the taxpayers pay for.
I believe there should be a phone number you could call
to file fraud complaints against these people.
I've tried a couple of times and got no response.
As a taxpayer, I know some people that are committing
these frauds. If there's anyone who can give me information
on who to contact on this matter, it would be deeply appre-
ciated.

Drivers need to slow down

For all those of you who regularly travel Riverside Drive in
New Smyrna Beach and Edgewater, I am sure you are aware
of the problem with people going more than the posted
speed limit of 25 mph.
I am not talking about the people that may go over a bit
and drive considerate of others. I am talking about the peo-
ple who constantly travel Riverside Drive at 35 mph and
above.
I think that the Edgewater Police department needs to
take extra notice of this. I see the police every now and then
on Riverside Drive taking radar and occasionally pulling a
motorist or two over, but I believe that the police depart-
ment needs to step up their enforcement of speeding on
Riverside Drive and on U.S. Highway 1.
They need to enforce the law that they represent no
warnings, no mercy. I live right off Riverside Drive and
watch these speeders go by day after day, 35,45,50+ mph on
this road.


the Shriners Hospitals for children.
We also thank all contributors and each and every golfer.
Each year we have a full field of 128 players.
The profit from each foursome represents a paid trip for
a child to and from the Tampa Shriners Childrens Hospital.

Butch McCormick, and ohn Griffenburg, co-chairmans,
Daytona Shrine Club golf tournament


If the Edgewater Police wanted to, they could easily write
at least 100 tickets for speeding a day on Riverside Drive
alone, and well over 20 tickets a day per officer just on U.S.
Highway 1 daily, all for speeding and careless driving, not to
mention what their investigations might further uncover, at
each stop.
I know this rant is sure to make some of you speeders,
unlicensed/uninsured drivers angry, but remember you do
not own the road, you are not the only person on the road,
drive respectfully with the law in mind, be respectful of it
and of other motorists, and don't think you are special and
above the laws of the land, or you deserve the tickets you
get, and the punishment therein.

Does no mean no?

I guess when it comes to voting on the future of Seabird
Island, no doesn't mean no. How many times will the devel-
oper try to ram this ecological disaster-in-waiting down the
throat of Port Orange.

In response to
"Vehicle inspections could raise money'

First of all, Florida is in no more "a terrible state of affairs"
than any other state. They all complain about not having
enough "money for this or that." It's always been this way.
It's just that now, with the economy the way it is, there's just
more complaints about money. There's not enough money
for road repairs and city budgets, etc.
What I want to know is, where are our tax dollars going?
That's where the money is supposed to be coming from for
all the road repairs and city budgets, etc.
Secondly, our schools aren't anymore 'terrible" thaany
other state. They all have their good and bad points. They
all have their good and bad teachers, good and bad stu-
dents, they're all having budget cuts and lay-offs. The ratio
of students per teacher, in all states, is outrageous. Where's
our tax money for schools going?
As a matter of fact, when they first started talking about
bringing the lottery to Florida, it was to help the school sys-
tem, monetarily. What happened to that money?
As for the vehicle inspections, Florida did have them,
years ago. But they were a pain, and it did no good.
People learned how to beat the system, like they always
do. They would borrow good tires, to pass inspection, or
temporarily "fix" a problem until after inspection, then the
problem would return, but they knew they had another year
before they had to worry about it.
So, it was a big waste of time, there were still unsafe vehi-
cles on the roads, and there was still the cry of not enough
money for this or that.
My suggestion is, if you want your vehicle inspected year-
ly, go live in one of those states that still do that.


Looking for help with skin disease


If there's any doctor in this area that knows anything
about Morgellons Disease, I'm in deep need of help and
would appreciate any assistance anyone can give me with
this problem I have.
I know a lot of doctors or dermatologists aren't aware of
this disease, although it's a problem all over the world, yet
here in the United States, the three prevalent states with this
disease are Florida, Texas, and California.
Morgellons Disease attacks the mind and body, inside
and out, and there's no cure for it, however there are things
that can be done to help alleviate some of the symptoms,
temporarily.
I've had this disease for approximately 20 years or more,
and can't find any help in this area, on the East Coast.
If there's a doctor out there in this area familiar with
Morgellons Disease, I would deeply appreciate a response
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Lecture planned

The Halifax Historical
Museum's Beth Mindlin tells
of one of the oldest families
in Daytona Beach at 10 a.m.,
Saturday, April 25 at 252
South Beach Street.
John and Mary Fuquay
moved to Seabreeze in 1887.
This was .an incredible
architectural family. John's
son was responsible for
such buildings as the
Clarendon Hotel, Princess
Issena and Tourist Church.
Doors open at 10 a.m.
The program will start at
10:30 am.
Admission is $3 for muse-
um members and $5 for
non-members.
For more information, call
(386) 255-6976.

Dine out to help
prevent child abuse

Community Partnership
for Children will hold the
"Dine Out To Help Prevent


Child Abuse" on Wednesday,
April 29, as a part of National
Child Abuse Prevention
Month.
Residents can dine at any
of 17 participating local
restaurants during regular
operating hours and a por-
tion of that establishment's
non-alcohol sales will be
donated to Community
Partnership for Children to
support child abuse preven-
tion services in Volusia and
Flagler Counties.
Daytona Beach restau-
rants participating include:
Angell & Phelps Caf6, Bay
Street Seafood, Bob Evans,
Bubba Gump Shrimp Co.,
Heavenly Ham, HoneyBaked
Ham, Subway and Zen
Bistro.
Ormond Beach restau-
rants participating include:
Charlie Horse Restaurant,
Frappes North and
Stonewood Grill and Tavern.
For a list of participating
restaurants or for more infor-
mation, visit the Web site
www.communitypartner-


shipforchildren.org or call
(386) 944-4709.
Author speaks at
luncheon

The American Association
of University Women, Day-
tona Beach branch will hold
an author's luncheon at
11:30 a.m., Saturday, April
25.
The speaker is Marshall
Frank, suspense author,
retired Miami police captain
and violinist.
Mr. Frank will speak on his
life experience from violins
to violence.
Tickets are $30 per person
with proceeds going to the
AAUW's Educational Foun-
dation.
For more information, call
(386) 788-0074.

Economics classes
to meet

The Central Florida Com-
munity Development Cor-


portion is conducting
quarterly economic devel-
opment classes from 9 a.m.
to noon, each Saturday from
April 25 to May 30, at 847
Orange Ave., Daytona
Beach.
The cost is $50 for the
materials.
Registration forms may be
pulled from the Web site at
www.CFCDC.com under
economics,
For registration informa-
tion, call (386) 226-1216.

Drug workshop
announced

A train the trainer/facilita-
tor workshop titled "How To
Drug Proof Your Kids" will
be held from 9 a.m. to 3
p.m., Saturdays April 25 and
May 2, at Shiloh Missionary
Baptist Church, 543 S. Mar-
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said, with lab results are
available in 24 hours.
"We are looking for two
types of bacteria that
could indicate the pres-
ence of enteric pollution,"
Mr. Schelble said.
Enteric refers to bacteria
from human sewage or
animal waste, he said.
If the level is too high, a
beach advisory is issued,
he said, and signs are
posted warning swimmers
to stay out of the water.
The bacteria, which can
be ingested while swim-
ming or enter the skin
through a cut, can cause'
human disease.
"We recommend against
swimming," he said, "until
the area is re-sampled and
numbers come back
,dwn."
This time, lab results s
indicated no problems.


The Shores location was
under an advisory for two
to three weeks earlier in
the year, he said.
But not because of
stormwater runoff or
sewage, he said.
Like the two-legged
snow-birds who flock to
the area every winter, the
feathered kind also gravi-
tate to the World's Most
Famous beach.
"During the Winter,
there are thousands upon
thousands of migratory
birds. They flock mostly in
this area," he said.
"Sometimes you'll drive
down the beach and it will
just be literally covered."
The animal waste con-
taminates the water, he
said, but when the birds
move on, the water sample
results reflect that.
'In general, water quality
along Volusia County
beaches is pretty good, he
said, because there are no
off-shore sewage dis-


charges and stormwater
drains to the river.
He gestured to the wide
expanse of sandy beach.
"Look at what a natural,
big, beautiful sand filter
we have here," he said.
Bob Vincent, Florida
Department of Health
environmental adminis-
trator, said the water sam-
pling program has helped
identify sewage and
stormwater pollution
sources along Florida's
coastline, pinpointing
where infrastructure
repair was needed.
Yearly EPA funding of
$500,000 pays for lab test-
ing and staff, he said, pro-
viding a good value for
covering most of the
state's 1,000- mile coast-
line.
"We don't spend all that
much, when you consider
how many people visit the
beach," Mr. Vincent said.
Residents can. look up
test results for their


favorite beach on the
Department of Health
Web site.
Type in "Florida Healthy
Beaches" into your brows-
er or go to:
http://esetappsdoh.doh.s
tate.fl. us/irm00beachwa-
ter/default.aspx and click
on the map for beaches
you want to check.
Meanwhile, although
Mr. Schelble enjoys .his
time on the beach, he said
water sampling is only a
small part of what the
Health Department does
to protect the public.
Environmental health is
charged with public safety
in connection with more
than a dozen programs
ranging from inspecting
public swimming pools,
ensuring food hygiene,
monitoring onsite sewer
treatment and disposal
and oversight of public
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A free lunch, curriculum,
and Power Point presenta-
tion are included.
For more information, call
(386) 947-2460.

Heritage
Preservation Trust
plans workshop
The Heritage Preservation
Trust of Volusia County will
present a free program at 9
a.m., Saturday, April 25, at the
Schnebly Center, 1101 N.
Atlantic Ave. in Daytona
Beach.
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of urban design, master plan-
ning, visioning and strategies
for successful redevelopment.
Reed Berger, director of
community redevelopment
for the city of Daytona Beach,
will explain the details of the
newly enacted historic preser-
vation ordinance and tell the
steps of qualifying a neigh-
borhood to become a local
historic district.

Senior driving
class slated
The Association for the
Advancement of Retired
Persons will hold a driver
safety class from 1 p.m. to 5
p.m. Monday, April 27, and
Wednesday, April 29, at the
Ormond Beach Senior Cen-
ter, 351 Andrews St.
The cost is $12 for AARP


members and $14 for non-
members.
Reservations with instruc-
tors are required.
For more information, call
(386) 671-2034.
Golf tournament will
benefit Kiwanis
The Score One For Kids golf
tournament will be held at
9:30 a.m., Friday, May 1, at
Plantation Bay Golf and
Country Club to benefit
scholarship programs at Day-
tona State College and sup-
port activities of the Kiwanis
Club of Daytona Beach.
Individual golfers and cor-
porate sponsors can register
online at
www.daytonastate.edu/foun-
dation/specialevents.html.
For more information, call
(386) 761-6338 or (386) 506-
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Land locates and buys
prime properties that can
be converted to parks,
open space or other public
use and then sells them to
local governments for the
same price.
"This piece of property
has all the bells and whis-
ties," said Susan Grandin,
manager of the Trust for
Public Land office located
in Jacksonville. "It has
what the Florida Legisla-
ture thinks is important to
Florida, our tourism and
our quality of life."
She noted that the pro-
posed park is on the water,
has easy river and pedes-
trian access and is located
in an urban environment,
which makes it an excel-
lent choice.
The process to buy the
land and then be reim-
bursed for the purchase
involves time-critical
dates that must be met to
get the funding.
"We can help you with
some of the grant funding
opportunities for this
project," Ms. Grandin said.
"If we approach it proper-
ly then we should be able
to fully fund the project
from the various grants
that are available such as
the Florida Communities
Trust Grant."
All of the available
grants for this project
involve reimbursement
type funds so the city must
buy the property first and
then apply for the funds
with the hope that they
would be successful in the
- grant funding process. The
commission determined
the project is worthy of
purchase with or without
grant funds but they are
hoping that they can fully
recoup their initial invest-
ment.
One potential source of
reimbursement funds is
.from the county's ECHO
board. The board's chair-
man, Gary Libby, pledged
his full support in helping
to fund the new park both
as a private citizen and as
board chairman.
"We've purchased other
parks in the county so we
can be a partner in this if it
is approached and admin-
istered properly," he said.
"ECHO could participate
for two years and provide
you with $1.2 million in
funds for the project."


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coupon, the coupon's value
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vegetables; they're free.
But what if the frozen
vegetable happens to be on


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giving the cashier my $1
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rolls.
Overage can play a big
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grocery bill.
If I have many items in
the same transaction, each
with a coupon that exceeds
the value of what I'm
buying, I can gain several
dollars of overage. That
overage can be used to buy
anything: fruit, vegetables,
dairy or whatever I'd like.
With a family of five, I can
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the same trip, coupon
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on everything else I take
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When I explain overage in
my coupon classes I'm
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answer is, no.
Remember, the manufac-
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reimburse the store not only
$1 for the full value of my
coupon but also an addi-
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of the vegetables isn't lost, it
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driving a stolen vehicle.
Police spotted the stolen car


and though they didn't pur-
sue the car thief, they set up
a perimeter hoping to make
an arrest. Barker said at one
point Dillard was eastbound
on Eighth Street in the city


when he deliberately aimed
the vehicle at a westbound
police officer. Dillard
swerved at the last minute,
but then police said raced to
10th Street at more than 70
mph and blew across Ridge-
wood Avenue, T-boning an
innocent motorist. That
driver was critically injured
after the impact pushed his
vehicle off the road, across a
sidewalk and nearly into a


building. Police said Dillard
emerged without a scratch
and ran, but police quickly
caught up to him. They said
a semi-automatic gun,
crack cocaine and thou-
sands of dollars in bundled
cash for dealing spilled out
of the stolen vehicle. Chief
Barker called Dillard the
worst society has to offer
and said he will work with
the state attorneys office to


prosecute Dillard to the
fullest extent of the law and
get him off the streets once
and for all.
Pedestrian killed
Ormond Beach police are
investigating a fatal crash after
a pedestrian was hit by a car
and killed on South Atlantic
Avenue near the Plantation


Island Resort. Police say
Ronald Gerhardt,73, was
vacationing in the area from
Missouri. Witnesses tell police
Gerhardt was apparently try-
ing to cross the street when he
walked into the path of a car
driven by James Livingston,
19, of Daytona Beach. It's still
unclear whether any charges
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FRIDAY, APRIL 24
*Earth day concert: The
Unitarian Universalist Green
Team will be honoring Earth
Day with a musical tribute at 7
p.m., Friday at 56 N. Halifax
Drive, Ormond Beach. Five
local musicians will perform
long time favorite folk songs
and bluesy tunes, some old
and some new, for a celebra-
tion of the Earth. Tickets are
$10. Light refreshments will be
available.
*Motown remembered:
There will be a tribute to sev-
enties and eighties Motown at
7 p.m., Friday and Saturday, at
the Ormond Beach Performing
Arts Center. Tickets are $18 at
the door. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 676-3375.

SATURDAY, APRIL 25
*Ballroom dance: The
Greater Daytona Chapter of
U.SA. Dance will hold a ball-
room dance from 7-10:30 p.m.
at the City Island Recreation
Center, 108 Orange Ave., Day-
tona Beach. Cost is $6 for
members, $8 for non-mem-
bers and $3 for students.
Admission includes a one-
hour group lesson from 7-8
p.m. Attire will be dressy casu-
al. The public may attend. For
more information, call (386)
756-8433 or (386) 427-4591.


SUNDAY, APRIL 26
*Dance performance: The
Re-Vital Dance Group of Israel
presents "The history of.
Jerusalem" in song and dance
including audio-visual imagery
at 7:30 p.m., Sunday at the
Ormond Beach Performing
Afts Center, 399 N U.S. High-
way 1. There will be 20
dancers and 40 costume
changes. Space is limited. Tick-
ets can be purchased in
advance. Tickets are $15 for
adults and $5 for children
younger than 12. To reserve a
ticket, call (386) 676-3375.
Box office hours are noon to 5
p.m., Tuesday-Friday. Authen--
tic Israeli food will be sold at 6
p.m. Proceeds go to charity.
*Benefit concert: The Coli-
seum and Arena will hold a
"No Worries" benefit for
Reuben "Lounge Lizard" Mor-
gan, who is suffering from a
chronic liver condition, at 1:30
p.m., Sunday, at 176 N. Beach
St., Daytona Beach. Twenty
bands will play at The Arena,
the Arena Patio Caf6 and the
Coliseum. Donations are $10
and includes a buffet from 3 to
7 p.m. Tickets are available at
Atlantic Sounds on West Inter-
national Speedway Boulevard
or at the door. For more infor-
mation, call (386) 868-7181.


Magician/Illusionist
Mike Super dazzled
the audience by
making a member of
the audience float in
mid-air during a
mystical performance
at the News-Journal
Center in Daytona
Beach Sunday night.







Randy Barber
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Week three of festival offers diverse


choices for the whole family


By Sandra Frederick
For Hometown News
Into its third week, organizers said
the Festival is going strong. With
shows for the kids as well as adults,
there truly is something for every-
one.
Here is the listing of this week's
performances:
April 25-26
Hansel & Gretel Puppet Theatri-
cal Production by Theatre Sans Fil: 2
p.m., News-Journal Center at Day-
tona State College, Daytona Beach,
$18, $8
Theatre San Fil will present a DBIF
first a giant puppet theatrical pro-
duction. A visual feast inspired by
the classical technique of Japanese
Bunraku theatre, larger-than-life
puppets will enact an adaptation of



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*Angell & Phelps Caf6:
Two Trembled Gals, Kelly
White and Kelly Parsons
perform pop, jazz and
show tunes from 7:30-
10:30 p.m. Friday. Jake
Nicely plays country
favorites from 7:30-10:30
p.m., Saturday, Kenyon
Dye and his piano bar per-
form from 5-9 p.m., Thurs-
day. There is no cover for
these shows. Angell &
Phelps is located at 156 S.
Beach St. For more infor-
mation, call (386) 257-
2677.
*Bank & Blues Club:
Daytona Blues Society
"True Blues" Live Jam open
jam session is held from 8
p.m.-1 a.m. each Wednes-
day at 701 Main St., Day-
tona Beach. This nonprofit
group is dedicated to pre-
serving and spreading the
love of blues music. For
more information and a


Engelbert Humperdinck's celebrated
fairy-tale opera. The incredible, tow-
ering characters depict the tradition-
al story about two children who get
lost in the woods and come across a
giant gingerbread house. The show,
performed in English, will offer an
enchanting version of the popular
fable with innovative puppetry,
accompanied by a remarkable dis-
play of effects such as black lights,
lasers and indoor fireworks. The daz-
zling 80-minute program is certain
to entertain the entire family.
April 25-26
DBIF Family Days: 12 p.m. 5 p.m.,
and April 26, 4 p.m. 9 p.m., Daytona
Beach Band Shell
For the first time in Festival history,
DBIF is producing a free Family
Weekend at the 2009 Festival Place in
Ocean Walk Shoppes and the Day-


tona Beach Band Shell. This fun
event is geared toward the entire
family, and will feature performanc-
es by great bands, Festival artists and
more. Continuing the Celebration of
Speed theme of the April 25 Pops!
Concert, the Family Weekend will
offer a chance to meet with artists for
autographs and will close with an
incredible sunset concert by the LSO
Brass on Sunday, April 26, starting at
7 p.m. The LSO Brass concert will
offer an intense sound with popular
music the entire family can enjoy.
April 25 andApril28
LSO Sound Explorers:
April 25, 10 a.m., Debary Hall, $15,
$8
April 28, 10 a.m., Atlantic Center of
the Arts, New Smyrna Beach, $15, $8
See FESTIVAL, B4


Scene


full events schedule, visit
the Web site at www.Day-
tonaBluesSociety.org.
*Cuvee Oceanside Wine
& Tapas: "Wine Down
Wednesday" is held each
week, featuring live music.
Bermuda High performs
from 7-10 p.m. each Thurs-
day. John Macker takes
requests from 10 p.m. to
midnight, Friday, with a
late-night happy hour.
Breaking Bread performs
from 7-10 p.m., Saturday.
Cuvee Oceanside is locat-
ed at 188 E. Granada Blvd.,
Ormond Beach. For more
information, call (386)
615-4727 or visit the Web
site at www.cuveeocean-
side.com.
*Five O'Clock Charley:
This band will perform
rock 'n' roll, blues and
country hits from 7-10
p.m., Friday, at Julian's
Landmark, 88 S. Atlantic


Ave., Ormond Beach. They
will be performing from
6:30-9:30 p.m., Saturday at
the Ormond Eagles Club,
190 S. Nova Road, Ormond
Beach. They hit the stage
from 7-10 p.m., Wednes-
day at the Moose Family
Center, 601 W. Granada
Blvd. They will be perform-
ing each Thursday from
5:30-8:30 p.m. at Pirana
Grille, 241 N. U.S. Highway
1, Ormond Beach.
*Frappes North: Wine
tasting are held at 6 p.m.
the first Tuesday of each
month. Reservations are
required. Live Music Fri-
day Nights are held from 7-
11 p.m. Frappes is located
at 123 W. Granada Blvd. in
Ormond Beach. To make
reservations, call (386)
615-4888 or visit the Web
site at
www.frappesnorth.com.
*The Garlic: Blues and


Jazz musicians perform
seven nights a week. Mark
"Muddy Harp" Hodgson
plays the blues 7-11 p.m.,
Friday and Saturday. He
will be joined by Ray.Guis-
er from. 9-11 p.m., Satur-
day. Saxophonist Paul
Howards will perform Sun-
day, 6-10 p.m. Mr. Hodson
will also perform from 6-10
p.m., Wednesday and
Thursday. Saxman thom
Chambers hits the stage
from 6-10 p.m., Monday
and Tuesday. The Garlic is
located at 556 E. Third
Ave., New Smyrna Beach.
For more information, call
(386) 424-6660.
*Inlet Harbor: The
Columbus Replica Ships,
the Nina and Pinta will be
at the Inlet Harbor Marina
and open to the public for
tours from Friday through
See SCENE, B3


STAR SCOPES
James Tucker
Week of 4-24-2009
Aries-March 21-April 19
The universal presence with-
in you constantly inspires
you to do your very best. This
is your highest motivation.
The greatest sign of this is
when you wake up each
morning with so much joy in
your heart to create and
share with others. You
choose harmony over chaos,
peace over anger and love
over fear. This is a winning
formula.

Taurus-April 20-May 20
Life, like the tides, has its
highs and lows. Enjoy the
highs. Manage and endure
the lows. Don't give in to
doubt, fear and indecision.
It's easy to spoil a perfectly
good plan by feeding it the
wrong things. Making wise
choices starts by first listen-
ing to, trusting and acting on
your instincts. Your first
impressions are always the
best. Are you listening?

Gemini-May 21-June 21
Your energy is positive and
steady right now. Your mind
is sharp. Your sense of fair-
ness with associates is high.
You have much to look for-
ward to. Others may, not
always tell you, but you are
deeply appreciated. Your
value in life is steadily
increasing. You never meet a
challenge you can't resolve.
You are doing a great job.
Keep it up.

Cancer-June 22-July 22
Keep cool when others
around you are losing it. No
reason to get upset now.
Take things in stride as they
come up. There will always
be the earthly stuff to deal
with. Refuse to let the world
or others rob you of your
grace and dignity. You never
give up. Your success is the
result of a plan, patience and
trust in the higher power.

Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
Your sense of self discovery
continues to reveal new
truths about yourself. Just be
sure to keep a sharp focus
on the top priorities. Lesser
things can wait Balancing
your home, work and social
life is important. It keeps you
psyched up emotionally and
moving forward. Surrender
your will to the higher will
and great success is assured.

Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept 22
You are what integrity is all
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'm as guilty as anyone. I
see an exciting cultural
or musical event
advertised and think "I
should go."
Then, busy with work


and family, the event
comes and goes without
me.
This time I didn't let that
happen.
I've attended two DBIF



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performances so far, with
two more scheduled, and
I'm glad I did.
Celtic Crossroads was a
high energy blend of
traditional Irish music
accompanied by a pair of
Irish step dancers.
The venue, at the News -
Journal Center, was an
intimate room of no more
than 300, which means
every seat was close to the
stage.


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JEANNE
WILLARD

Seven musicians, on a
range of instruments
including the banjo, harp,
Uilleann pipes, accordion,
flute and hand drum,
performed traditional jigs
and ballads that had the


audience tapping their
toes and clapping along.
In the tradition of many
Irish songs, the ballads
wove a story of lost love
and sorrow.
I left the performance
uplifted and wishing for
more.
The Yellowjackets, a
jazz-fusion band featuring
guitarist Mike Stern, was
my second stop in the
festival.


Featuring songs from
their 2008 grammy-
nominated album Lifecy'
cles, this wasn't "smooth
jazz" but more of an
improvisational, eclectic:
jazz sound that was very,
well received by an appre-
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Sunday Les B. Fine will per-
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Greg Cardino and Mike Caso
will perform from 1-5 p.m.,
Saturday. Brad Yates and the
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Festival
From page B1
Members of the London
Symphony Orchestra are
joined by an animateur to
lead youngsters ages three
to eight in a fun-filled, story-
book-style exploration of
musical instruments. Two
different programs are
offered, each one running


about an hour in length and
limited to 60 attendees.
April 25
PROJECT: 10 p.m. Bank &
Blues Club, Daytona Beach,
$20
A dynamic young group,
PROJECT will dazzle audi-
ences with their incredible
fusion of jazz, hip-hop and
world music. Offering audi-
ences a combination of clas-
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group is known for their
innovative style and high
energy performances.
April 26
LSO Classical II: 4 p.m.,
Peabody Auditorium, Day-
tona Beach, $72, $52, $44,
$30
Maestro Harding returns
to the podium to lead the
Orchestra in the Classical II
concert, with a program that
will feature soloists Gareth
Davies, LSO Principal Flute,
and Bryn Lewis, LSO Princi-
pal Harpist. Davies has been
the Principal Flute with the
LSO since 1999 and is a Pro-
fessor of Flute at the Royal
College of Music. Since


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the role of Principal Harpist
with the LSO, and he's given
master classes in London,
Rio de Janeiro and Chicago.
Under Harding's direction,
the LSO will also perform
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's
Concerto for Harp, Flute
and Orchestra in C Major (K.
299). Making its festival pre-
miere will be Gustav
Mahler's Symphony No. 1.in
D Major,'The Titan'.
April 28-29
Ballet Hispanico: 8 p.m.,
News-Journal Center at
Daytona State College, Day-
tona Beach, $40, $32
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gy and dazzling choreogra-
phy, the internationally crit-
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perform a rousing selection
of Latin dance numbers,
including Club Havana,
which offers the enthralling
rhythms of the Conga,
Rumba, Mambo, and Cha
Cha from Cuban choreogra-
pher Pedro Ruiz. Artistic
Director Tina Ramirez and
her 13-member Latino
dance company are known
for fusing Latin dance with
classical and contemporary
elements. The company has
been commissioned for
more than 77 pieces and has
performed for millions.
April 28
Mozart's Letters: 7 p.m.,
Athens Theater, DeLand,
$22


The ensemble will play
music by Mozart and his
contemporaries in between
and throughout the read-
ings. Audiences will gain a
unique insight in Mozart's
life, as told through readings
of his letters to his family
and friends during his trqy-
els around Europe.
April 29
Mozart Quintets: 7 p.m.,
Westminster by-the-Sea
Presbyterian Church, Day-
tona Beach Shores, $22
Six LSO members will offer
a paradox of quintets. The
evening will begin within a
Horn Quintet, a composi-
tion of balance and tonal
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period of Mozart's life. Fol-
lowing the first piece, the
Viola Quintet will provide a
rather dark and formidably
iioody piece, ending unex-
pectedly in jubilation.

April 30
'Classical III: 8 p.m.,
Peabody Auditorium, Day-
tona Beach, $72, $52, $44,
$30
.-In a special treat for Day-
t6na Beach residents and
visitors, the LSO Classical III
concert will feature world-
renowned Lalo Schifrin in
an incredible evening of
Schifrin's Latin American
Jazz, Movie Music and More.
;A celebrated pianist, com-
"poser and conductor, four-
titne GRAMMY winner and
20-rime nominee, Schifrin
has composed for more
than 100 feature films and
television shows, earning
him one Cable ACE Award,


and six Oscar nominations..
His film scores include Mis-
sion Impossible, The Ami-
tyville Horror, all three films
from the Rush Hour trilogy,
and Abominable. The Day-
tona Beach concert will fea-
ture pieces such as the
theme of Dirty Harry,
Around the World in Eighty
Days and El Dorado. The
concert will also include
Aaron Copeland's El Salon
Mexico, Cole Porter's Begin
the Beguine, Moises Simon's
The Peanut Vendor, and
more.
Schifrin and the LSO will
be joined by Pierre Bous-
saguet on double bass, Alex
Acuna on drums, and James
Morrisson on trumpet
flugelhorn and trombone.
Acuna, a Peruvian drummer
and percussionist, has
worked with artists such as
Elvis Presley, Diana Ross
and Paul McCartney. Morri-
son is a talented multi-
instrumentalist, playing
trumpet, trombone, eupho-
nium, flugelhorn, tuba, sax-


phones and piano. April 30
NEW! LSO Student Con-
cert: 11:00 a.m: Peabody
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The LSO and AT&T Youth
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and appeal to a younger
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children of Volusia County


schools to the performing
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April 30-May 2
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was renamed The Tony Renna Memorial Golf
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Special finesse required for sheepshead, drum


ST urking throughout the
I' inshore waters are
schools of prisoner fish
that have made a career of
avoiding capture.
Wearing the black and
white stripes of an inmate
uniform, they hole up in
large numbers, defying any
timid angler.
The lucky one who is the
Successful captor is twice
Blessed, once for the
uncommon fun of the
catch, and once for the
delicious meal they provide.
Sheepshead and black
drum are very similar in
appearance and share some
Sof the same space, but they
i are very different fish.
They will both likely be
found near an outcrop of
barnacles that are attached
to pilings, logs or brush. If
those barnacles are near or
on an oyster bar in deeper
water, you can almost count
on their presence.
Drum are very wary and
may linger to look at a bait
for hours before biting.
Once hooked, they head
for the bottom and are as
powerful and tenacious as
any thing that swims.
Sheepshead are nibblers.
They will approach a piece
of shrimp and locate the
part farthest from the point
of the hook and begin
tugging at it.
Working patiently, many
times they will have your
bait before you feel any-
thing at all.
The best way to fish
sheepshead is to fish them
straight up and down. Using
lots of shellfish chum will
reduce your odds of failure.
The world record head is
around 16 pounds, and out
Sat the end of Ponce Inlet
jetty that mark could fall
any day.
STen pounders are not
uncommon there. Black
drum are the more elongat-
ed of the two and grow to
more than 100 pounds and
each spring, drum of more
than 50 pounds are caught
near the New Smyrna Yacht
Club.
Good fun, but the ones
that are best eating are
under 10 pounds.
Both of these fish school
Sverytightly. Once I was cast-
netting for bait with a small
Snet and caught seven
: keeper sheepshead with one
cast.
Years ago, I fished for
Sdrum in a spot where you
cold-soak shrimp all day
* without a bite until the
evening shadows covered
the water. As soon as that
happened, the fish would
turn on like mad. If you
catch either of these, be sure
that more are nearby. With
both, you must make a
Perfect cast for 5 feet either
way and you are out of luck.


They won't come to the
bait, so you must get it to
them. At the dinner table,
each has their own fine
qualities.
Black drum is the first
cousin of the redfish and
taste as good.
If you like blackened red
fish, you will love blackened
drum.
Sheepshead eat nothing
but shellfish and that taste
transfers nicely to their
meat. Their unique flavor
makes an interesting sushi
or seveche.
If you wonder about the
name, the next time you
catch one, carefully push
back the upper lip and see
the even row of sheep-like
teeth that hides there.
To catch these convict
fish, try a gloomy and gray


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WITH
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day. No fish is affected by a
falling barometer like the
black drum.
Bait with any shellfish,
crab or the like. The mini-
mum length for sheepshead
is 12 inches and you may
keep 15 daily. For drum, the
daily take limit is five, and
they should be no less than
14 inches nor more than 24.
The best fishing is in water
of 4 feet or more, keeping in
mind their love of barnacles.
If you find such a place on
a very nasty day, you just
might bring a few of this


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justice. fishing
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about No one in the universe
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The renewed sense of your
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AIR CONDITIONER,
13,000 BTU's, digital
controls, like new, $145,
386-424-1588 VOL
BACK THERAPY, Teeter
hang ups, $199, new,
386423-5695 VOL
BAND SAW, Craftsman,
12", tilt head, like new,
$125, 386-426-2372 VOL
BASKETBALL HOOP,
lifetime 10' adjustable,
$25, 6hp engine, gas,
$75, 321-258-6760 NB
BATH CHAIR for a child,
Rifton equipment, $30,
386-322-8900 VOL
BED FRAME, Full or
Queen, $10, 39 piece
dish set, new, $20,
386-761-4483 VOL
BED, beautiful dark wal-
nut poster bed, queen
size, with' mattress, $150,
386-756-5044 VOL
BED, TWIN, mattress &
box springs, mahogany
head and foot board,
$125, 386-441-2004 VOL
BICYCLE, Ladies, 26'
mountain bike, fury road-
master, 15 speed, $45,
386-304-3757 VOL
BICYCLE, Mens 26"
mountain bike, $25,
Womens 24", $20,
386-258-3562 VOL
BICYCLES, 2 Schwinn,
ladies, 27" wheels, one
from 70's, restored, both
$75, 386-788-1141 VOL
BOAT, 10' aluminum Jon
Boat, $200,
386-441-5564 VOL
CAMARO HOOD, 1969,
Original, and front bump-
er, good condition, $175,
386-673-2271 VOL
CAMPING GEAR, 2 man
tent, air mattress, sleep-
ing bag, heater, cook-
er,$150 all 386-760-3689
CHAIR, INFLATABLE,
$15, David Winter cot-
tage, $40, 386-441-0148
CHAIRS, LAZYBOY,
both rockers and swivel,
1 multi color one mauve,
$75 ea, 386-441-7675
CHAISE LOUNGE -
Beautiful like new, $75.
386-322-5534
CHANDELIER Large,
beautiful, 8 lights, cost
nearly $800, sacrifice at
$200 obo, 386-441-9994
COFFEE TABLE, Teak,
bought form scan design
shop, $199,
407-492-1209 VOL


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coffee maker, $20,
386-788-8869 VOL
COMPUTER STAND,
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COUCH Dark Blue Only
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CURIO CABINET, for
china, three shelves,
glass, $175 obo,
386-423-2371 VOL
DESK plus 2 drawer file
cabinet, metal, great for
garage, $50,
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DESK, Large, good
shape, Black walnut, very
heavy, $100,
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DESK, solid cherry wood,
almost new, $175,
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DINING SET- good cond,
glass top, brass base, 6
high back chairs w/ cush-
ions, $100, 386-427-6226
DISHWASHER, Whirl-
pool, Energy Star model
DU912PFQ, $50,
386-295-7466 VOL
DRESS, BEADED se-
quin, top chiffon, bottom,
champagne,.
$75, 386-615-1744 VOL
ELECTRIC OVEN, self
cleaning, coil top, 30"
GE, $115, Microwave,
$25, 386-427-8532 VOL
ENTERTAINMENT CEN-
TER, with TV, black with
smoked glass front, like
new, $200, 386-428-2596
ENTERTAINMENT
UNIT, Metal and glass,
top swivels, hold 42" TV,
$125, 386-4924513 VOL
EXERCISE BIKE, like
new, $50, 386-682-6425
VOL
EXERCISE BIKE, Sta-
tionary, excellent cond,
$65, 386-761-6801 VOL
EXERCISE MACHINE,
Urban Rebounds, has
bar to hold on to, $50,
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EXHAUST HEADERS,
Stock, H-Pipe with Cats
for '03 Mustang, $175,
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GOLF CLUBS, Left hand
Irons, 3-PW/ SW, 3 metal
woods, Putter bag, $80,
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IONIC WATER softner,
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Digital camera, $35, like
new, 386-439-6202
KAYAK II, Inflatable, with
accessories, brand new,
$175, 6' wooden step lad-
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KITCHEN CHAIRS, 4,
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KITCHEN SET, white for-
mica table, with leaf and
4 chairs with rattan leaf,
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LADIES BICYCLE, $30,
also mini trampoline, $25,
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LIGHT, Hanging, 5 globe,
bronze fixture, $45, Bowl-
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LINKSY'S ROUTERS,
WRT54G, $20,
WRT160N, $50 used,
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MATTRESS and box
springs and metal frame,
used once, full size,
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PRINTER, Canon, black,
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Imac Books for photo
shop, $10, 386-676-1363
PROPELLER, aluminum,
Mercury, like new, $75,
'08-'09 Saturn Vue, $10,
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RAMP, for wheel chairs,
aluminum, $100, crutch-
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RECLINER, LAZYBOY,
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condition, $75 cash,
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ice maker, $65 obo,
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RING, Sterling silver,
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achone cut, genuine ter-
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ROCKER/ RECLINER,
multicolor, 6 months old,
$100, 12' step ladder,
$100, 386-308-6259 VOL
RUNNING BOARDS,
Delta, Lund Bug deflec-
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Sailboat Hatch Window
glass 32"x48" approx,
Universal Fitting. $200
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SCOOTER, 2 new bat-
teries, needs charger,
$150 obo, dog crate,
large, $20, 386-492-3448
SCOOTER, Yamaha,
49CC automatic, needs
work, sat too long, $100,
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beige, clean no rip's,
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STEP LADDER, 8', Hus-
ky, fiberglass, $50,
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$100, 386-451-1024 VOL
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VOL
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Turbo 400, only has
30,000 miles, can see,
$200, 386-788-2069 Vol
TWIN BEDS, 2, mattress
& box spring, less than 1
year old, $150 obo for
both, 386-423-4504 VOL
TYPEWRITER, Sears,
almost new, $30, Standly
Miter box, $25,
386-441-6815 VOL
WALL CLOCK, Dale
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- REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
EQUAL HOUSING
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PUBLISHERS NOTICE oesfr _ae _oesfrae oes-orSl
All rental and real estate -
advertising in the Home- FLAGLER COUNTY 5 HACIENDA DEL RIO SOUTH DAYTONA CAN VERO BEACH: Anxious
town News is subject to acres, 285' on SR-100 55+ Edgewater $39,000 FINANCE! 55+ Candle- seller Own your own lot
the Federal Fair Housing West. Concrete driveway waterfront community. light Manor Park 1703 in 55+ comm. New Furn
Law which makes it ille- includes culvert. $89,000. 2/2 screen porch, shed, Magnolia #C-18 $19,500. 2/2, fl room. Considering
gal to advertise any pref- nond Beachside Re Owneragent pols, fishing dock Lot rent Only $79 thru all offers. Financing avail-
erence, limitations or dis- Ormond Beachside Ren-
erence, limitations or dis- ovated 3/2 on 10 386-503-0936 oat/rv ramp & storage, 2010! 386-547-4175 able. 866-605-7255
crimination based on clubhouse. 386-405-8828
race, sex, handicap, fam- fenced lot. $250K Sellers Tclubhouse.386-405-8828 SOUTH DAYTONA 2/1
ilial status or national or- will hear all offers. Anne LIQUIDATION PRICING MELBOURNE Beach Own Land, NO rental
gin orany intention to Davis, RE/MAX Property Okeechobee 10 and 80 2-br/2-ba 55+ furnished fees. screen porch, car-
make such preferen, Cetre 386-334-0859. acre ranchettesstartin ppls, newly renovated port, A/C, Very quiet &
at only $8995/acre! appis, newly renovated, port, A/C, Very quiet &
limitation or discrimina- PORT ORANGE Cypress That's 50% off mkt value! FL rm carport, Condo fee private. 1072 Palm View.
tion. In addition, the Fair Cove, 3/2/2 New kitchen Cheap owner fnancig $76/mo incl cable, lawn. One block from Reed Ca- 162 ACRES LAFAY-
Housing Ordinance pro- 2 sided fireplace between Motivated & only 6 left! $75,900 321-951-8691 nal. $45,000 Firm! ETTE CO. FLA. Planted
hibits discrimination LR & FR small dock on 1st Realty Chase MELBOURNE: Only 904-824-9206 Pine, Hardwood Bottoms.
based on age, marital lake. Solarheated pool 561-385-7888 2995 3/2 12x6" All MELBOURNE MHs n ac Great
status, sexual orientation, $240,900 See photos at NMELBOURNEw: CHA, vinyl siding, MHs unting.$3700/acre.
presson. We will not not 386-761-5938/299-1268 Warm Winters/Cool way. Adult park. ,-s3
nowingly accept any Summers NEW! E-Z to 866-797-6106 Park Trailers for Sale BIG Beautiful AZ lots
advertising which is in PORT ORANGE, Open finish log cabin shell rm $2,000 to $18 000. Tucson. $0 Down,
violation of the law. All House, 5/9 & 5/17. Crane w/loft &basement, ORMOND BEACH 55+ B lotrentsear Tucson $0 Down,
persons are herby in- Lakes, 55+ 2br/2ba, scrn includes acreage community, 12x60, 2br/ FREE cable. Also, Empty lots $0 Interest. Starting
formed that all dwellings porch, all apple, tile, golf, $99,900. Mountain& 1.5ba, enclosed porch vailfordoublewides or singles $129/ month. Guaranteed
are available on an equal Clubhouse, pool, near waterfront homesites $14,900. Also, 2 lots avail 1st month FREE!! Financing. Only 12 lots
basis, beach, $79,800. Lease from$39,000-$99,000. for newer MHs $325/mo. Available. Pre-Recorded
option. 386-322-1304 Financing Available!! 386-672-1276 / 451-4018 Message. Call
SPRUCE CREEK 828-247-9966 (Code41) 800-631-8164 Mention
SPRUCE CREEK 8 479 ode_______ ORMOND BEACH (Adult Park) Park Trailers Code 5052 www. sunsite-
Gated Comm. 2/2/2, new TEXAS LAND Sale! $0 completely renovated from $2000 to $10,000. slandrush .com
bel --bl Gcarpet, on 'golf course, Down. 20 acres Ranch- 2-br/l/ba. Lot .110x60. Lot rents $300/mo. RV
Unbelievable ,00 or Rent es, Near El Paso. Beauti- Fenced yard, carport, Sites w/full hookups $15/day. BUY TIMESHARE Re-
ORMOND BEACH: Buy $1,050/mo. White Real ful Mountain Views. Road glassed in Florida room. Monthly/Seasonal. RV Storage sales Save 60-80% off
now before prices in- Estate 386-689-4887 access. Surveyed. Nova Rd. Convenient tes, $/mo. No hook ups. Retail Best Resorts
crease. Halifax River- $15,900 $159/ month, to everything. $60,000 ParkMgr. Seasons. Call for Free
front. Gorgeous Estate Money back guarantee. 386-615-9473 407-283-5277 Timeshare Magazinel
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Lot, 320' deep w/Sea- Owner financing. PORT ORANGE 55+ TITUSVILLE 2/2 45+ '05 holidaygroup.com/fier
wall. Only $733,025 Volu- 800-843-7537 www. Colony in the Woods. 2/2 Dblwide w/llndian River
sia County Assessment sunsetranches.com 24 x 40, screen room, View, end lot, custom i
$963,175 CBS, Pool. 906 ORMOND BEACH- 2 new wood floors & carpet closets. Heat pump, Oak
Est Riverside Drive, Sol story 3/2.5/2 end unit, I ',i .ft $9800. 501-940-8458 or kit, all apple's, low lot rent.
Sashin, Lic. RE Broker CBS const. cul-de-sac. 870-854-3767 $75,000 712-299-3252
Sashin Realty, Inc North of Granada. Close
386-672-3220 or Hotline to shopping, beach & 1-95 PORT ORANGE WILL
386-295-4967 $169,900 386-677-3655 *In House Financing" FINANCE Doublewide, 2 FORECLOSURE
No Payment for 90 days! br. $12,900, singlewide PROPERTIES
KIfIT7n i n t WI MELBOURNE: New 2Br, needs work $5000 i i In beautiful N. Georgia,
2007 DOUBLEWIDE cash, No banks needed. TN & NC. cabins, homes
AUCTION: Cedar Luxury WHorton Home, All set up 386-566-7239 & mountain lots. Call for
AUCTION edarHLuxury SATELLITE BCH 3/2-1/2 & ready for ou in adult PORT ORANGE 2/2 Highlight your details or visit website:
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3588sf oc ti r oom Gur t S/S i prk. c to 55+, Colony in the ad and get it sold all 706-400-9971 or
and Gated Security. rms GourmetSS Ex-kit 995 866-797-6106 Woods. New appl./tile/ fast! 706400-9973
Absolute Auction: tremely spacious. New carpet/kitchen/bath. Lrg.
Golf Course Home & of ac, all new flooring. Screen patio & Fla. rm. Whether Buying GEORGI-" 10+ acres.
Commercial Land $19 ,900. 678-984- 11 15 $29,900 386-212-4801 G R 1+ acres.
VanDeReeAuctioneers 159,900.678-984-1115 $29,900 386-212-4801 r Selling we are Ware County Georgia
www.Vanderee.com PORT ORANGE, CAN near Waresboro on
941-488-1500 Beautiful Palm Harbor FINANCE. Lighthouse your total source McDonald Road, lots of
in gated comm, on the Point, 40+ park, 2Br/1Ba, for classified! beautiful trees.
0 5o ointracoastal. 496 La Co- new kitchen, Really com- HOMETOWN NEWS $22,500.00 for complete
DAYTONA PARK ES- quina, Hacienda Del Rio, fortable $7900 433 Blus- package. 912-427-7062
TATES $95 down $95/ Edgewater. Furn split tery Dr. 386-547-4175 386-322-5949 Cell# 912-269-9349
mo. Build now or future. plan 3/2 1750 sqft. Newer
Streets in, electricIn. tile .carpeted bdrms. 20
w w Nine lotslefNocre x20 FL rm with heat and i
NEW SMYRNA: Direct check. 386-566-7239 air. Lg kitchen dbl car-
Oceanfront Corner Unit port, Ig shed & storage
Oceanfront Corner Unit for RV's & boats. Asking EQUAL HOUSING 8 A rts /
on ground floor 3br/2ba, $69,900 $10,000 below OPPORTUNITY
chr1700sqft Realtors$419,000 Wennie appraisal. Open Sat and PUBLISHERS NOTICE Cns frR
chert Realtors, Bennie Sun 2 to 4386-690-4436 All rental and real estate
Elefante386-690-6100advertising in the Home- DAYTONA BEACH
W W Daytona MAKE OFFERI town News is subject to Wanted Tenants w/1 car.
LAKE HELEN: Beautiful 55+ Colony South. 2/2, the Federal Fair Housing Benefit from our Itd park-
lakefront 3.5ac, horses & screen porch all new Law which makes it ille- ing w/low rental rates
NEW SMYRNA: Direct cows. Reduced $110,000 laminate flooring, redone gal to advertise any pref- starting at $560 for 2/1
Oceanfront View, 3/2 Owner financing. Close kitchen w/d, 2 sheds, 2 erence, limitations or dis- Quiet complex near golf EW SMYRNA
w/Garage & Fireplace, to Deland. Nancy,Welchert pools, 2 clubhouses, crimination based on course & bus line. Incl.
1900sqft $475,000 Wei- Realtors 386-212-7442 $23,500 386-322-2477 race, sex, handicap, fam- water/cable386.255.9478 BEACHSIDE
chert Realtors, Bennie ilial status or national or- DAYTONA BEACH- MINORCA CONDOS
Elefante 386-690-6100 I rJin IT 't?'"t r BrBl ? i i gin or any. intention to SIDE- 1/1, Behind Bellair Karpathos804-3/2-.
Ik_ make such preference, Plaza. No pets. Water $2,50D/ro
limitation or discrimina- included Central A/C. Paros.506 -/2 $2,300/mo
tiWAon In addition, the Fair $500/mo. 386-447-5699 Sallna 303-4/3.5
prD ~Housing Ordinance pro-
CHEAP CHEAP W* hibits discrimination HOLLY HILL Cedar :$2,500/mo
PEOPLE LOOKING FOR PROPERTIES based on age, marital Point Condo. 2nd fl, end : .Karpathos201:-4/3-
CHEAP PROPERTIES LOOKING FOR PEOPLE status, sexual orientation, unit. 3/2, 1227 sqft. + $2,200/mo,
gender identity, or ex- balcony. W/D inc. 6871 ATLANTIC
Make offers!!! AGENTS LOOKING FOR INCOME pression. We will not not Covered garage with
HOMES SALES/R ENTLS/ IMAAGEMENT knowingly accept any storage closet. $900/mo, Beachfront,fumished, 32,
SAES / EN ANAGEMENT advertising which is in $500 dep 1 yr lease, the ultimateocean home
2 bed remodeled, i violation of the law. All Prefer non smoker, no .,,: Ci..$3,000/mob,,I
wow ......................$8o9.0 Www.hartishome.com 0 persons are herby in- pets. 386-304-5846 ior; .MARKERI33,i) .
2 bed furnished, l formed that all dwellings ORMOND BEACH: Fully Your own ooal lip.Win itnis
ind. TV............$94.000 Paul Hart / Broker-Owner are available on an equal furnished 1br/lba Pool, 2/2condo Covere paring,
4 bed with florida Bus. 386-615-0789 xt 111 basis elevator $85/m after common pool, and
room................... $119.000 & Electric incl F/L/S geousvew
80" HT B s NSNP 386-677o548 gorgeous view.
3 bed with loft, divorce A RI o o ss NSNP 386-77-0548 From$950/mo.
sale.....................0$21.100 ORMOND SECRET CEDAR DUNES
CONDOS H A R T ORMOND BEACH- Thousand Oaks. 2br/2ba, Private courtyard enhances
AssociAts T Townhouse to share. Pri- overlookspond, private, Prisvate outyardom townhouse,
NEAR GOLF &Associates Realty vate bath, bedroom & "TV utility room, pool, bbq. thisbedromtownhoue,
COURSE- 2 bed room. Pool, Washer/dryer$800/mo. 386.673.6071 2.5 baths, family friendly
remodeled ........... $89rn.000 T.No Pets. $135 weekly PELICAN BAY 2br/2ba $ eplaemo
RIERFRONT -2 bed 146 S. Atlantic Ave., Ormond Bch, FL 32176 386-615-8264 furnished end unit w/best $1,mo
furnished ...........15800 view! W/D, $895/mo. 448 OUCHELLE ISLAND
ried.. 0 Lease avail. end of April. 2/2condo,efficientitchen
RIVERFRONT-2 bed mil-li Clno tI Call 386-252-1218 with laundrytiled living area,
fumished/ view
gorgeoushed ............10000 PORT ORANGE Pristine grelInlracoastal w
gorgeous 00riverfront dream, large 1,200/mo
PENTHOUSE OCEANED I 2/2/1 close to bh, pet NEW SiwNA
FRONT 2 bed estate f free laundry, w/c free
sale.....................$249,0100 A DAYTONA- $1000/mo 386-756-1312 MAINLAND
CTY REALTY Country Club Condo- 284 SWEET BAY
1br/lba pool, 2nd floor, 3 bedrooms plusbonus
C Y 450 FLORIDA HOMES new carpet $545 mo incl.
CDia Sander 450 FLORIDA H M ES water, pest control & ca- room. Kitchen with island,
Broker/Ow nerF P ble. 386-299-1538 fireplace In familyroom,
(386) 767-56 n n e ie rea DAYTONA BAYSHORE, PORT ORANGE- Large formal dining room,
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386 -0960 Fax TUESDAY Oceanview. All ameni- Includes W/D hook-up & $1,10/mo
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DAYTONA, 3/1, fenced M AY 5th 7:00 PM eluding carpet & tile. 386-405-90/o Ca887 Brandnew 2 bedroom
yard, washed, 10th street Hilton Garden Inn Owner: 386-576-3155 Sebastan-- $578. townhouse. Community
Hilton Garden Inn Sebastian- 2/2 $578. townhouse. Community
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screen porch, $1200/mo garage, fenced, pets ok.
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fam rm + den, fenced yd 2024sf, w/laminate firs.
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PORT ORANGE- Short
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Starting May 1st. 55+
community, 3/2 with car-
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DAYTONA BCH Beville
Retail Center Prof/
Medical Offices 1000sf.
Build-Out Complete. 615
Beville Rd. Reduced rent
$Z95/mo. 386-233-3102
SO DAYTONA- US-1 2
units 1250 sqft ea. Units
can be a restaurant or
split for office/retail. Other
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TITUSVILLE 1 Month
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Offices from 150-4000sf
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Brokers welcome. Call
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North US1, w/offc &bath
1,000sf $485mo. similar
savings on 1250sq.ft.
386-451-4018/ 672-1276


NEW SMYRNA- Sun
Beach Club 2/2 furnish-
ed. Avail 4/1 $500/wk
Call Susan Solon of
Grace Realty
386-235-4473
NORTH CAROLINA
MOUNTAINS
Discounted rates
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Don't forget your
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nite, or Historic Dist from
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Watercraft


21' DECK BOAT 2002
Hurricane Model GS-211
Yamaha 150HP 2-cycle
Center Console, fish
package, garman GPS,
ski tower, Ports potti, SS
rop, Depth finder, VHF
adio, AM/FM radio, Play
pen cover. Continental
2005 trailer with brakes
lights. Boat is garaged in
Astor, Lake County
$16,000. 386-453-7243

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34' WELLCRAFT Scarab
II, 1985. Twin 454's,
clean fast cigarette boat,
fully equipped, ready to
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dry stored Brevard Coun-
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PARTING OUT 23' Cutty
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rebuilt 351 Ford Engine
with OMC outdrive
$2500. Misc other items
Including tandem axle
trailer. 386-673-5304
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