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CLAIRE METZ
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i, Hometown News
readers.


Election day on
the horizon

The upcoming election
continues to make head-
lines locally and around the
county as we come within
days of big decisions.
For the same reasons,
early voting has been huge
and record-setting in
Volusia County. At the end
of the first week, those who
See BRIEF, A8


McCain rallies su

By Bethany Chambers and Jeanne Willard
Staff writers
ORMOND BEACH A last-minute cam-
paign' stop here by Republican presidential
hopeful Senator John McCain last week
brought every Tom, Dick and Donald. ,
That is, Tom the Plumber, Richard the
Teacher and Don the Locksmith.
Playing off a theme made popular by Sen.
McCain during a recent debate, the stop was
one of two in central Florida Oct. 23 during
the senator's "Joe the Plumber" tour, which
focused on tax breaks for small business
owners.
A crowd of more than 4,000 supporters
began gathering before sun-up at Allstar
Building Materials Ltd., a lumberyard on
North U.S.1, to see Sen. McCain, his wife,
Cindy, and Florida Gov. Charlie Crist and
U.S. Sen. Mel Martinez. Sen. McCain's vice
presidential pick, Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin,
did not make the trip.
One of the first to arrive was Peggy Farmer,
co-chair for the McCain-Palin campaign for


in Orond


Volusia County. The Ormorid Beach resident
found out less than two days earlier that Sen.
McCain would visit.
"I've known the governor a long time and I
(asked him), 'What do you think?' and he
said 'My gosh, this was great!'" she said. "Do
you believe it? 48 hours. He was also
impressed there were so many young people
in the crowd."
One of those young people was 15-year-
old Seabreeze High School sophomore
MeghanWilliams, who came with her mom,
Fran. Wearing a pink McCain-Palin shirt, she
said she supports Sen. McCain because of
his choice of a woman for his running mate.
"I think she's a really strong woman, and I
don't like people who say she's not strong or
not a leader," Meghan said. "She's a mom
and you have to be a strong leader to be a
mom."
The early crowd also represented a wide
range of ages, from babies to those like 89-
year-old Tatjana Youngs, who didn't hesitate

See MCCAIN, A2


Editor's Note: To help our readers learn more about the people running for office, Hometown News asked the candidates
for their opinions on issues relevant to the office they seek. Their answers are listed throughout today's paper. Because of
space constraints, the remaining portions of each set of candidate responses are listed on our Web site, www.hometown-
newsol.com. Candidate responses are listed in alphabetical order


Nancy Epps Joshua W


Ms. Epps, 57, has served
two terms as mayor and
two terms as council
member of Ponce Inlet.
She is employed as the
Laboratory Director at Bert
Fish Medical Center.

Do you think Volusia
County residents pay too
much in taxes? If so, how
would you reduce the tax


Maureen I


Ms. Monahan, 56, is a
self-employed business-
woman with no party affil-
iation. She has lived in
Holly Hill for four years
where she is active with
the group Save Holly Hill.
She has never served in an
elected office.

What are the three most
important issues to con-


Ben Johnson


Mr. Johnson, 58, has
been the Volusia County
sheriff since 2001.
Recent budget cuts have
led to fewer school resource
officers and crossing
guards serving Volusia
County Schools. Do you see
this as a problem, and ifso,
how would you propose
.resolving it?


John Mic

Republican John Mica is
the incumbent U.S Con-
gressional District 7 Rep-
resentative. The 65-year-
old Winter Park resident
has held office since 1992.
In an e-mail, a representa-
tive for Rep. Mica said
"Hometown News distri-
bution is largley outside of


impacting
services?

The 1992 EppS
a m e n d -
ment to the Florida Con-
stitution resulted in a dis-
proportionate distribution

See EPPS online


Mr. Wagner, 31, is one of
three founding partners in
the law firm of Bundza,
Wagner & Rodriguez. He
resides in an unincorporat-
ed area of Volusia County
near Ponce Inlet. He has
never held an elected office
before.

Do you think Volusia


nww wou"i Wagner,
you reduce Wg
the tax bur-
den without impacting
services?
Yes. I will guide the staff
See WAGNER online


Monahan Dwayne Taylor


stituents in
District27?


Econom-
ic develop-
ment: Such Monahan
as small
business and workforce
development and a com-
muter rail system that

See MONAHAN online


Mr. Taylor, 40, is the
Democratic candidate and
a Daytona Beach native.
The writer-producer is fin-
ishing his second term as a
Daytona Beach city com-
missioner.

What are the three most
important issues to con-
stituents in District27?


The econ- V rm
omy and l
bringing L-k
jobs back to
our commu- Tyf
nity, educa- Taylor
tion funding and providing
basic health care coverage
for all citizens.

See TAYLOR online


i Kevin Vaughn


I definite- e'
ly consider
this a prob-
lem. But
the reality
is that rev- Johnson
e n u e
reductions required tough
decisions regarding a
realignment of personnel
See JOHNSON online


Mr. Vaughn, 43, is a lieu-
tenant with the Florida
Highway Patrol. He has
never held elected office.

Recent budget cuts have


would you
propose
resolving it?


T h e s e --
budget cuts Vaughn
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led to fewer school resource ereen. In O
officers and crossing guards recent. In October
Sheriff cut the bud.
serving the Volusia County school resource off
schools. Do you see this as a
problem, and if so, how See VAUGHN online


2007 the
-get for
icers by


a Faye Amitage
a Faye Armtae


Rep. Mica's
Congres-
sional dis-
t r i c t .
Because


Mica


our cam-
paign receives in excess of
100 questionnaires, unfor-
tunately we will not be
participating this year."


Ms. Armitage is a former
economics professor from
Jacksonville. She has never
held elected office.
The recent $700 billion
bailout has drawn some
criticism. Many Americans
feel the plan won't help and
the money could have been
better spent helping every-
day families. Did you sup-


port the
plan? If so,
why and
what would
you tell
Americans Armitage
about sup-
porting the plan? If not, why
not and what do you not like
about the plan?


See ARMITAGE online


Zone 5

will elect

new rep

Qualifying for
candidates
starts Monday
By Bethany Chambers
bdchambers@hometownnewsol.com
DAYTONA BEACH -
Elections season won't
end for everyone Nov. 4.
This week residents of
Zone 5 will have the
opportunity to put their
name in the hat to run
for the city commission
seat being vacated by
two-term Commissioner
Dwayne Taylor, who
resigned to run for the
state legislature.
Candidate qualifying
for the special election
begins 9 a.m. Monday,
Nov. 3 and ends at noon
Friday, Nov. 7.
If more than two can-
didates qualify, a special
primary election will be
held Tuesday, Dec. 16. If
no candidate gets the
majority of the vote, a
special general election
will be held Tuesday, Jan.
13.
After weeks of citizen
input, the city commis-
sion here voted unani-
mously Oct. 24 to fill Mr.
Taylor's seat, which rep-
resents the Derbyshire
and Westside neighbor-
hoods, by election,
rather than appoint-
ment.
The decision was a
given after the commis-
sion voted unanimously
to go to even-year
municipal elections,
with the next election
occurring in 2010. The
commission could not
appoint a representative
to serve in the Zone 5
seat for more than a year.
Citizens came up to
thank the commission
for the right to vote for
their city commissioner.
"We have put our faith
in our city officers, and I
just want to say thank
you," resident Pat Heard
told the commission.
Several residents have
said they will run for the
seat, including citizen
activist and retired
behaviorist Norma
Bland, who attended the


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ir ELECTI


Suzanne Kosmas


Ms. KOSMAS, A DEMOCRAT,
IS RUNNING AGAINST INCUM-
BENT REPUBLICAN TOM
FEENEY. SHE IS A FORMER STATE
REPRESENTATIVE AND OWNS
PRESTIGE PROPERTIES, A REAL
ESTATE COMPANY IN NEW
SMYRNA BEACH.

THE RECENT $700 BILLION
BAILOUT HAS DRAWN SOME
CRITICISM. MANY AMERICANS
FEEL THE PLAN WON'T HELP AND
THE MONEY COULD HAVE BEEN
BETTER SPENT HELPING EVERY-
DAY FAMILIES. DID YOU SUp-
port the plan? If so, why
and what would you tell


Americans
about sup-
porting the
plan? If not,
why not and
what do you
not like
about the
plan?


Kosmas


As vital as the legislation
was to stabilize our econo-
my and to provide credit
for the continued opera-
tions of employers and
small business, the bill had
insufficient protections for
See KOSMAS online


Tom Feeney
Tom Feeney is the incumbent Repub-
lican representative in District 24. He
has held elected office for 18 years. He
did not respond to these questions. I


Feeney


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Republican presidential candidate Sen. McCain talks to his supporters during the 'Keep Your Wealth' tour at the Allstar
Building Materials Ltd. in Ormond Beach last Thursday.


McCain
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to make the early morning
trip to see the senator with
her daughter and son-in-law.
She had to trudge in the dark
across an 11-acre grassy lot
slicked with mud ruts for her
front-row view.
"I wish he will be my presi-
Sdent," the Ukrainian native
said. "I love America. This is
S the best country in all the
S world."
New Smyrna Beach resi-
dent Paul Tomazin said he
brought his four children to
the rally because he believes
it's important they learn
about politics.


Twin sisters Haley and
Amanda, 11, Nathan, 9, and
Jordan, 6, got to cut school
for this important event.
"I'm trying to teach them
what a democracy is and why
we support the, Republican
Party and why we support
Sen. McCain and Gov. Palin,"
Mr. Tomazin said.
Social values are very
important to his family, he
said. He uses the televised
debates and political cover-
age as launching points for
dialogue with his children.
Amanda, who attends
Riverbend Academy in
Ormond Beach, said she's
getting some real-world
exposure to what she's study-
ing in school.
"My dad's been talking to
us a lot this year," Amanda
said. "It is really great
because this year the curricu-
lum in history for our school
(includes) the presidential
race."

Long lines, no major inci-
dents
Supporters entered the
outdoor venue, which did
not have seats, after waiting
'through two long security
lines that snaked down U.S.
1, the one disappointment
Ms. Farmer and several other
supporters noted.
After an hour's wait,
Thomas McGumrn of Daytona
Beach, the recently elected
Republican State Commit-
teeman for Volusia County,
was one of many who had to
go through metal detectors
multiple times and then
leave items at the gate, where
signs, umbrellas, blankets,
chairs and camera tripods
piled up.
"Some things could be
changed," he said.
Security, though, was effec-
tive, according to a Volusia
County Sheriffs Office repre-
sentative. With help from the
Daytona Beach and Ormond
Beach police departments,
Florida Highway Patrol and
the U.S. Secret Service, the
only incident reported was
when some protesters out-
side donned masks in viola-
tion of state statute. They


complied with orders to
remove the masks.
EVAC was called twice, for
a woman who sprained an
ankle while waiting in line
and for a woman who had
low blood sugar, Ms. Farmer
said.

Help for small
businesses
Once inside, guests were
treated to the smell of saw-
dust and hot coffee. Daytona
Beach-based Christopher
Bean Coffee Company (com-
plete with "Christopher the
Coffeeman" sign) provided
their new House Blend coffee
free as kids took seats on
stacks of plywood.
When Sen. McCain's
"Straight Talk Express" bus
pulled uip a little after 9 a.m.
under cloudy skies and to the
Brooks & Dunn song "Only in
America," the crowd greeted
him with chants of "USA!
USA!"
Sen. McCain was flanked
not only by politicians, but by
four local businesspeople
who met with him for coffee
before the rally at Starlite
Diner in Daytona Beach.
Tom Crowe, owner of All-
star Building, Rick Rivers,
owner of A Floral Boutique
Florist (whom Sen. McCain
referred to as "Joe the
Florist"), Tim Curtis, owner of
Houligan's Irish Sports Pub,
and Patti Surguine, owner of
Granada Gourmet, were cho-
sen for their work in the com-
munity.
Ms. Surguine gave the
rally's opening speech about
the struggles she has faced
recently as owner, of the 8-
year-old cooking supply
store.
She found out only the
night before she'd be speak-
ing at the rally and had to add
the speech to a to-do list that
included packing for a trip to
Atlanta for the birth of her
second grandchild, she said.
By early afternoon, though,
Ms. Surguine was back at
work, reflecting on her
encounter with the man who
could be president.
"I have 10 wonderful peo-
ple working with me and I


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had to cut back their hours. I
told Sen. McCain these peo-
ple are like family to us. If I
had to let them go, I couldn't
sleep at night," she said. "I'd
give up my paycheck first."
Sen. McCain's "Keep Your
Wealth" speech focused on a
similar theme. His plans to
amp up the economy were
peppered with attacks on his
opponent, Democrat Barack
Obama, for a quote he made
earlier in the campaign about
"spreading the wealth."
"Sen. Obama is more inter-
ested in controlling who gets
your piece of the pie than he
is in growing the pie," Sen.
McCain said.
Sen. McCain focused on
creating jobs and cutting
taxes, doubling child exemp-
tions for families, winning
the war in Iraq, cutting pork-
barrel spending and lowering
the cost of energy.
But, with the election just
12 days away, Sen. McCain
also used the stump speech
to blast Sen. Obama, who he
warned would "say anything,
to get elected" and would?
"killjobs."
The "NObama" sentiment;
- carried on several signs in
the crowd was certainly
thick as his name was met
with boos several times dur-
ing the speech.
Some of those came from
80-year-old Edward Boyhen,
a member of the Ormond
Beach Republican Club. The
World War II Army veteran
said he supports Sen. McCain
largely because of his loyal
service to the United States
as a Navy veteran and former
prisoner of war.
He said he also would not
vote for Sen. Obama because
of a belief that he's tied to
militant Islamic groups.
"Do you know the latest
supporter of Obama is?
Hamas and Hezbollah. That's
dangerous. He's a dangerous
person and I'm afraid what
he'll do," Mr. Boyhen said.,
"There will be a domino
effect after he gets in and I'm
worried about what will hap-
pen."
The assertions have been
fought by Sen. Obama's cam-
paign on his Web site
www.fightthesmears.com,
which says he is "a commit-
ted Christian" who regularly
attends church and decries
terrorist groups.

'He looks vigorous'
Another veteran, 67-year-
old Eddie "Crazy Eddie"
Colosimo, head of Bikers for
First Amendment Rights, a
voter action network in Holly
Hill, said as a registered inde-
pendent, the focus should be
on platform, not political
party.
"I vote for who I think is
best f6r the job," he said.
After the rally, Susan Wall-
smith, 61, owner of Kidsko
child care centers in Ormond
Beach, glowed as she told
everyone around about shak-
ing Sen. McCain's hand. Sev-
eral people wanted to shake
the hand of the person who
shook his hand.
She said she was
impressed by his emphasis
on small businesses like hers.
But seeing a candidate and
getting his message in per-
son, she said, beats the TV
any day.
"People say he looks so old.
He looked absolutely young
and vigorous, half his age.
What a difference it makes to
see him not on TV but in per-
son," she said. "He's a natu-
ral."


A2 Daytona Beach/Holly Hill


Friday, October 31, 2008'


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Ann McFall


SAnn McFall was elected
Volusia County of Supervi-
sor of Elections in 2004. The
55-year-old accountant pre-
viously served on the Volu-
ia County Council.
SAre you satisfied with the
blended voting system now
used in Volusia County? Do
you think it needs to be
Changed or modified in any
way?


Yes. It pro-
vides both a -
paper ballot
for those -U
who choose McFall
and the
touchscreen for those who
wish to vote privately and
independently of any assis-
tance.
How would you as a coun-

See MCFALL, online


Susan Pynchon


Ms. Pynchon, a 10-year
resident of DeLeon Springs,
is founder and executive
director of Florida Fair Elec-
tions Coalition. She has
never held elected office in
the state.
Are you satisfied with the
blended voting system now
, used in Volusia County? Do
you think it needs to be
changed or modified in any


way?


I fought
against the
blended sys- Pynchon
tern in 2005
and continue to think it is
the worst of all possible vot-
ing systems. If only one
person votes on a touch-
screen in a precinct, that
person's vote will be known
See PYNCHON, online


Morgan Gilreath


Morgan Gilreath of
DeLand has served as Volu-
sia County Property
Appraiser for 16 years. The
64-year-old is a Vietnam vet-
eran and holds both Bache-
lor's and Master's degrees in
business administration.
What changes, if any
would you implement in the
way property in Volusia
County is appraised?


FlIo rid a's
Appraisers
are required,
by statute, to Gilreath
appraise
property at "Fair Market
Value," a term well defined
in appraisal literature and
court decisions. No local
discretion is allowed. How-
ever, I have and will contin-
See GILREATH, online


Anthony Hill


Incumbent Democratic
Senator Hill, 51, was first
elected to the senate in 2002
and previously served in the
Florida House of Represen-
tatives. The Jacksonville resi-
dent is employed by the Ser-
vice Employees
International Union 1199 as
Florida Community Orga-
nizer.


important
issues facing
the state?


Growing Hill
Florida's
economy and creating jobs
in modern "green industry"
markets is a critical issue.
Juvenile justice must
include hope for a future for


What are the three most See HILL, online


Ruth Zimmennrman


Ruth Zimmerman, 59, is
an Orange City resident.
She worked in the Volusia
County Property Appraiser's
office as a appraisal direc-
tor. She recently retired
after 16 years.

What changes, if any,
would you implement in the
way property in Volusia
County is appraised?"


The first
thing I would
do is to set
standards, in
writing, that Zimmerman
would force
the appraisers throughout
the department to handle
appraisals the same. The
biggest issue right now is
that everyone does their
own thing and many tech-
See ZIMMERMAN, online


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Louis Tarl

Mr. Tart, 28, a Constitu-
tion Party candidate resides
in Hastings and is employed
as a Maitre d' at an area
restaurant. He has not pre-
viously held an elected
office.
What are the three most
important issues facing the
state?
Voters should be provided
with a real increase to the


homestead-
tax exemp-
tion, increas-
ing the '
exemption to Tart
$75,000 cover-
ing all taxes.
I propose removal of
mandatory state car insur-
ance for proven safe drivers,
this will cause insurance
companies to be more com-
See TART, online


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State agency conducting investigation of local travel show


Show off the air since Tuesday


By Bethany Chambers
bchambers@hometownnewsol.com
VOLUSIA COUNTY A
local radio travel show has
gone off the air amidst a
flurry of complaints to state
agencies about its business
practices.
The Premier Travel Show,
which sold discount travel
certificates on the Ormond
Beach-based WELE 1380
AM, had its final broadcast
Tuesday afternoon after
more than a decade on the
air.
Doug Wilhite, station
owner and travel show co-
host, said in an answering
machine message and letter
to customers posted at the
station's Nova Road office
that he was in financial hot
water and everything he
owns is "up for sale." Mr.
Wilhite went on to blame
the demise of the show on a
story published this sum-
mer in the Hometown News.
"We have been unable to
find a way to keep the Pre-
mier Travel Show, our offices
and call center open as a
result of the story in the
Hometown News," he wrote.


Hometown News publish-
er Steve Erlanger disputed
those claims.
"It is really a shame that
Mr. Wilhite was not able to
keep his business going, but
I take offense to him insinu-
ating that because of a story
we covered, he lost this part
of his operation," Mr.
Erlanger said.
Attempts Wednesday to
reach Mr. Wilhite and his
attorney by phone and e-
mail were unsuccessful.
The story, which ran in
July editions of the Home-
town News, quoted several
customers of the travel show
. who had filed complaints
with groups like the Better
Business Bureau and
Seniors vs. Crime, a volun-
teer arm of the Florida
Attorney General's Office,
because they said the travel
vouchers they purchased
were laden with hidden
costs and restrictions. Sev-
eral of them also com-
plained about not being
able to get promised refunds
from the station.
"We only reported on the
facts of the story," Mr.
Erlanger said. "Mr. Wilhite's


troubles began long before
Hometown News got
involved."
The Premier Travel Show
was not immune to criti-
cism prior to the article. The
show had been the subject
of several similar stories in
other newspapers, such as
the Daytona Beach News-
Journal, as far back as 1999.
The Better Business Bureau
has received 37 complaints
dating back to 2005.
A customer of The Pre-
mier Travel Show, David
Kelso, 65, of Port Orange,
said Mr. Wilhite is the only
person he holds responsible
for the money he said he lost
on the show.
"I think it's a disgrace he's
trying to blame (Hometown
News) and not his own
shady business practices,"
Mr. Kelso said.
This week, at least one
state agency confirmed that
an investigation into Wings
Communications, which
, did business as WELE and
The Premier Travel Show, is
ongoing. Mr. Wilhite is listed
as the chairman of that cor-
poration.
A spokesman for the Flori-
da Department of Agricul-
ture & Consumer Services
confirmed that the compa-


ny is being investigated. The
station currently still has its
license to sell travel certifi-
cates.
The department received
69 complaints about The
Premier Travel Show this
year, spokesman Terence
McElroy said.
Mr. McElroy could not say
if the complaints were filed
before or after the Home-
town News story ran, but he
said it's not "unusual for
people to bring complaints
forward after they've seen
something on TV or in a
newspaper."
"If we found they had
some basis in fact, we'd look
into it," Mr. McElroy said.
In some of the complaints
filed, consumers claimed
the station did not provide
refunds for certificates that
had been returned, Mr.
McElroy said.
"The law is very specific,"
he said. "The consumer has
30 days to cancel and get a
full refund."
One of those customers
was South Daytona resident
Edie Jones, 40. She filed
complaints with the state,
the BBB, Seniors vs. Crime
and her bank after returning
a purchase and not receiv-


ing a refund.
She said she was empow-
ered to do so after reading
the Hometown News article.
"I had been trying to get
my money back and I was
just sort of going to accept
that (I'd been) ripped off,"
she said, "but when I read in
the Hometown News that it
was other people too, that
encouraged me."
She received her $128.05
back in early October.
Others, such as 55-year-
old Pat Quigley, who was
quoted in the July article,
have not been so lucky.
She said she's still out
$247 and blames Doug Wil-
hite and WELE for "misrep-
resenting" their products.
She won't seek any more
recourse, she said.
"Frankly I was so over-
whelmed with it emotional-
ly," she said, "it was just too
much for me."
In his written statement,
Mr. Wilhite said he hopes to
be able to supply credits to
customers "some time in the
future" but currently has "no
income from which to give
refunds."
"Please know that I have
borrowed against my home,
my business, and personally
from every source to try to


stay here to serve you. We
have maxed out our entire
family's credit cards," he
wrote. "Everything I own is
up for sale or has been taken
back by the banks."
He said he will seek to
recover his losses in an
upcoming lawsuit against
Hometown News and called
for his customers to join
him.
As of press time, no such
lawsuit had been filed. Mr.
Erlanger, the publisher,
called the threat "ludicrous."
"We gave Mr. Wilhite all
the space and time to give
his side of the story. The fact
that the residents of Volusia
County had a louder voice
than Mr. Wilhite turned out
to be his problem," he said.
"It might be time for Mr.
Wilhite to stop blaming oth-
ers for his problems and
start working on fixing
them."
In the meantime, it could
be weeks or months before
the state investigation con-
cludes, Mr. McElroy said.
Depending on the outcome,
the company could be exon-
erated, receive a warning or,
in the most egregious case,
be stripped of its license to
sell travel and face investi-
gation by law enforcement.


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Arc of Volusia to host
fundraiser

The Arc of Volusia will
host its sixth annual Fall Ball
"Splendor in the Glass" from
7 to 10 p.m., Saturday, Nov.
8, at the Museum of Arts of
Sciences, 352 S. Nova Road,


Daytona Beach.
The event's committee is
currently looking for addi-
tional sponsors, personnel
support and volunteers.
Chaired by Preston Root,
the evening will feature cui-
sine donated by local cater-
ers and restaurants. Guests


will sip on wines and beers
while traveling through the
museum. A silent and live
auction, entertainment and
raffles will take place.
STickets cost $50 in
advance and $75 the night
of the event. Groups of 10
cost $400. Proceeds will


benefit programs that
improve the lives of persons
with developmental disabil-
ities.
To purchase tickets, call
(386) 274-4736.
For more information, call
(386) 538-1083, send an e-
mail to Diane@TheCallan-


Grp.com or visit ArcVolu-
sia.org.

Poker run to benefit
longtime resident

The "Ride for Clyde," a
poker run to benefit Clyde
Lindsey, will be held Nov. 8


at Destination Daytona.
Registration will begin at 9
a.m.
Mr. Lindsey, formerly the
laboratory manager for Hal-
ifax Health, was injured in a
motorcycle accident last
year and is now wheelchair

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The final installment of the mystery of Captain Miller's gold


Here is the conclusion of
Mary Jane McSwain's
written reminiscence of a
treasure hunt her sons took
in the 1950s ofan aban-
doned Ormond Beach estate:

After Randy and John
(ages 8 and 10) found more
than $500 in coins sealed up
in an old wall, they bribed
their maid with 10 silver
dollars in return for her
promise not to tell anyone
of the treasure find. She
could not keep her word
and told her boyfriend. After
that, many people came
and knocked down the rest


of the walls. We did not hear
of any more money being
found.
The police came and
interviewed the boys, and
the story was written up in
the newspaper. The next
decision was a big one: How
were the boys going to
manage their newfound
wealth?
We held a family confer-
ence, and they decided to
share their good fortune
with their friends, give some
to the church, give some to
charity and put the rest in
the bank. They agreed that
each person so fortunate as


BULL ON
THE BEACH
MARIAN
TOMBLIN


to be considered a friend at
this time should be allowed
one comic book, one soft
drink and one candy bar. So
it went for at least a week.
Every afternoon after
school, they took a little
group of friends to the
Sunshine Corner for their
treats.
The "charity" turned out
to be rather unique. The
boys were taking acrobatic
lessons at this time and
were preparing for a recital.
There was a third little boy
in their act who was going


to have to drop out due to
financial problems. Randy
and John decided to pay for
his lessons for the rest of the
year. This not only allowed
him to take part in the
recital, but, since he was an
excellent acrobat, he made
the act much better. He
later became a star in the
University of Florida Circus.
The police notified the
New York brokers in charge
of the Miller estate to come
and investigate. The brokers
did not ask about the
money found, but hired a
bulldozer to wreck the little
chapel and the remains of
the old house. Everything
was cleared away and
hauled off to the dump.
How sad to see the little
chapel go.
Clean patches of yellow


sand marked the place
where the buildings had
stood. Boys being boys,
Randy and John decided
that things could be worse
- it was nice having a pile
of sand to play in.
Suddenly, John began to
yell! He had found 25-dollar
gold pieces in the sand! A
total of nine 20-dollar gold
pieces were found, in mint
condition, bringing the total
value of the treasure found
to well over $1,000.
The chapel and the
garden have been gone for a
long time. A street, homes
and driveways have taken
their places. The treasure is
still there.
Mary Jane McSwain
October 1972.

If you missed earlier


chapters or want the entire
story, bound copies of
"Captain Miller's Gold" are
available for sale at The
Book Store, 410 S. Nova
Road, Ormond Beach. Each
copy is $3, and proceeds
from the sale will be
donated to the Friends of
the Ormond Beach Public
Library

Marian Tomblin is the
author of "The Mystery at
Hotel Ormond," "Where's
Capone's Cash?" and
"Manatee Moon," all selected
for community-wide literacy
campaigns. For more
information on Mrs.
Tomblin's books or to have
her speak at your next
meeting, contact her at
www.MarianSTomblin.com
or at (386) 615-0493.


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"This is important to the
city as a whole," she said.
The elections year
change, which was pitched
by Volusia County Supervi-
sor of Elections Ann McFall
to the county's 16 cities to
meet new state require-
ments, would draw larger
crowds of voters and save
the city money, commis-
sioners reasoned.
In his last meeting on the
dais, Mr. Taylor cautioned
that even-year elections
might favor candidates
with strong monetary sup-
port from special interest
groups and take away from


"the small guy" because of
the cost required to
achieve name recognition
on a longer ballot with
state and national candi-
dates.
His fellow commission-
ers balked at the assertion,
and Mr. Taylor voted for
the change.
"If you don't have the
money, you get out and
walk door-to-door and you
grassroots campaign,"
Commissioner Pam Woods
said. "I don't think that's
going to change even if you
have a full field during the
even years."


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Daytona Beach
Police Department

*Jacqueline S. Heuer-
man, 28, of 611 Mulberry
St., No. 2, Daytona Beach,
was arrested Oct. 17 on
charges of prostitution.
Bail was set at $1,500.
*Melissa Frances Young,
29, of 316 North St., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
Oct. 17 on charges of pros-
titution. Bail was set at
$1,500.
*Antonio Woodrow
Jones, 37, of 716 S. Caro-
line St., Daytona Beach,
was arrested Oct. 17 on
charges of battery on a
law enforcement officer.
Bail was set at $5,000.
*Marcus Brandon Har-
ris, 24, of 838 Lewis Drive,
Daytona Beach, was
arrested Oct. 17 on
charges of burglary. Bail
was set at $1,500.
*Eric W. Morgan, 39, of
221 Jefferson St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested Oct.
17 on charges of two
counts of counterfeiting
private labels. Bail was set
at $2,000.
*William E. Vines, 50, of
1129 S. Ridgewood Ave.,
No. 1, Daytona Beach, was
arrested Oct. 17 on
charges of child abuse.
Bail was set at $2,500.
*Wanda Marie Bratcher,
24, of 916 Tracy St., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
Oct. 18 on charges of pos-
session of cocaine. Bail
was set at $1,600.
*Annice M. McDonald,
32, of 829 Vernon St., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
Oct. 18 on charges of pos-
session of cocaine trace.
Bail was set at $1,600.
*Margaret Felicia Baker,
44, of 1069 Peter Road,
Daytona Beach, was
arrested Oct. 18 on
charges of dealing in
stolen property. Bail was
set at $2,000.,
*Timothy Leroy Robin-
son, 56, of 340 North St.,
Daytona Beach, was


arrested Oct. 18 on
charges of possession of
cocaine. Bail was set at
$2,000.
Stephanie Lyn Martin,
38, of 315 S. Grandview
Ave., Apt. 1, Daytona
Beach, was arrested Oct.
19 on charges of child
abuse. No bail was set.
*Pamela Evette White,
45, of 1604 Patrick Circle
N, Daytona Beach, was
arrested Oct. 19 on
charges of possession of
cocaine. Bail was set at
$2,000.
*Lamarvin Virgil
Williams, 23, of 368 Wal-
nut St., Daytona Beach,
was arrested Oct. 19 on
charges of child abuse.
Bail was set at $10,500.
*Frank Jarrard Smith III,
26, of 600 Oak Ridge Blvd.,
Daytona Beach, was
arrested Oct. 19 on
charges of aggravated
domestic assault and
escape. No bail was set.
*Jerome Carmen
Chester, 49, of 914 Millard
Court, Daytona Beach,
was arrested Oct. 19 on
charges of robbery. Bail
was set at $25,000.
*Rodney Jefferson, 49, of
127 Oak Tree Circle, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
Oct. 20 on charges of
domestic assault. No bail
was set.
*Jeffrey P. Mayne, 44, of
132 South A1A, Daytona
Beach, was arrested Oct.
20 on charges of counter-
feit bills. Bail was set at
$2,000.
*Cory Justin Russell, 26,
of 307 Taylor Ave., E, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
Oct. 20 on charges of
criminal mischief and
burglary. No bail was set.
*Evan Adolphus Gilkes
Jr., 63, of 220 San Juan
Ave., Daytona Beach, was
arrested Oct. 20 on
charges of aggravated
assault. Bail was set at
$5,000.
*Sharon Denise Brown,
36, of 614 Cedar St., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested


Oct. 21 on charges of
uttering a forged instru-
ment. Bail was set at
$2,500.
*Simeon Symone
Waters, 29, of 316 North
St., Daytona Beach, was
arrested Oct. 21 on
charges of possession of a
schedule IV substance. No
bail was set.
*Vini Svetozar Sto-
janovski, 21, of 220 S.
Wilde Olive Ave., Daytona
Beach, was arrested Oct.
21 on charges of aggravat-
ed sexual battery and
aggravated battery. No
bail was set.
*Eboni Centeria Brad-
shaw, 25, of 509 Jean St.,
No. 3, Daytona Beach, was
arrested Oct. 23 on
charges of child abuse.
Bail was set at $2,000.
*Calvin M. Morris, 20, of
646 South St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested Oct.
23 on charges of grand
theft. Bail was set at
$10,500.
*Avery Leanard Walker,
33, of 460 N. Charles St.,
Apt. 8, Daytona Beach,
was arrested Oct. 23 on
charges of aggravated bat-
tery. No bail was set.
*Jerrell Cleveland Wil-
son, 18, of 1600 Attucks
Court, Daytona Beach,
was arrested Oct. 23 on
charges of armed rob-
bery/home invasion. No
bail was set.
*Stacee L. Wiley, 21, of
1616 N. Patrick Circle,
Daytona Beach, was
arrested Oct. 23 on
charges of armed rob-
bery/home invasion and
possession of firearm by a
convicted felon. No bail
was set.
*Robert David Car-
bonell, 21, of 336 Palmetto
Ave., Daytona Beach, was
arrested Oct. 23 on
charges of burglary. No
bail was set:
*Kelvin Naron Shepard,
29, of 621 Cannon St.,
. Daytona Beach, was
arrested Oct. 23 on
charges of possession of


cocaine. Bail was set at
$2,000.
*Thaddeus Lenard
Townsend, 51, of 560
Eldorado St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested Oct.
23 on charges of trespass-
ing on a construction site.
Bail was set at $1,500.

Holly Hill Police
Department

*Liza Regina Helena
Kalisiak, 26, of 1322
Hiawatha Ave., Holly Hill,
was arrested Oct. 21 on
charges of possession of
cocaine. Bail was set at
$2,000.

Volusia County
Sheriffs Office

*Kristin Marie Wilhelm,
22, of 1508 Virginia Ave.,
No. 217A, Daytona Beach,
was arrested Oct. 17 on
charges of grand theft.
Bail was set at $1,000.
*Sarah Elizabeth Jen-
nings, 26, of 120 S. Holly-
wood Ave., No. 1, Daytona
Beach, was arrested Oct.
17 on charges of posses-
sion of cocaine and pos-
session of a controlled
substance. Bail was set at
$3,000.
*Shayla Danielle Hud-
son, 23, of 1141 Madison
Ave., Dayotna Beach, was
arrested Oct. 21 on
charges of introducing
contraband into a facility.
No bail was set.
*Zachary Seth Baughan,
19, of 308 Loomis Ave.,
Daytona Beach, was
arrested Oct. 23 on
charges of grand theft. No
bail was set.
*Aaron Isaiah Brown,
18, of 716 Berkshire Road,
Daytona Beach, was
arrested Oct. 23 on
charges of stalking. Bail
was set at $2,000.


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Evelyn Lyn

Editor's note: Ms. Lynn's
challenger, Independent
Richard Dembinsky, refused
to supply a photo or answer
questions.

Incumbent Senator Lynn,
78, resides in Ormond
Beach and is running for
reelection in District 7.
A Republican state sena-
tor for six years, Ms. Lynn
also served eight years as a
state representative and as
an Ormond Beach City
Commissioner.


What are
the three
m o s t
important
issues fac- Lynn
ing the
state?
Economy/jobs, high
property taxes and insur-
ance rates and funding for
education

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No more sales tax

I just turned the TV on and the legislative body is talking
about sales tax for the community colleges. I strongly
oppose that.
Daytona Beach Community College no longer has that
title; it is now called Daytona State College. Since they
chose to change their name to state, the state should
provide funds for that. I am against increasing any sales
tax.
There shouldn't be any sales tax. Floridians, please wake
up. Don't give your legislatures any more sales tax. They've
had enough, and they have squandered our money.
Three schools are going to be closed and 200 teachers
laid off. They are now hiring uncertified teachers, arid then
after they hire them, then they can be certified. Our
children our out in trailers and not in regular classroom
settings.
How can they get on TV and say Florida values educa-
tion?
Save Seabird Island

I do not believe that you can take an oyster bar and turn
into a resort. Taxpayers just paid thousands of dollars, if not
millions, to open the waterway at Halifax River to do away
with the pollution.
Putting something like this (proposed resort hotel) at
Seabird Island, which originally was never meant for
development, would be detrimental to the wildlife sanctu-
ary at Bird Island and not to mention the dredging they
would have to do in the river just to allow a boat of good
size to get in their because of the shallows. I am just
concerned and surprised Environment Protection Agency
and Audubon Society aren't more involved and would
watch the plans. Even though there have been mobile
homes on it for years and years, it wasn't meant for devel-
opment.
The original owner of the island never meant for it to go
this far. I will write letters to Washington, D.C., if need be to
put an end to this atrocity in the middle of the river.

Traffic problems plague intersection

To the City of Ormond Beach, please consider making
Lewis Street near city hall one way running to Granada
Boulevard.
Every morning at rush hour, people heading west on
Granada attempt to make a left turn crossing the two
eastbound lanes. With no turn lane at this street, traffic
heading west backs up behind the turning vehicle with cars
hitting their brakes. These stopped vehicles now attempt to
change lanes to continue west, causing the cars in the
other lane to slam on their brakes.
You have a.turn lane with a traffic light at both Beach
Street and Ridgewood Avenue before and after Lewis.
Where are our traffic engineers?
This is just too busy at rush hour to let this continue!

Storage taking up space
for beach access parking

Why is the beach access parking lot between 4071 S.
Atlantic Ave. and 4139 S. Atlantic Ave. being used for long-
term storage? Why doesn't the appropriate authority
enforce the no overnight parking rule?
I would think that one of the few beach access parking
lots should be used for just that, beach access parking.

Raves for history columnist

I enjoy Marian Tomblin's articles on the exciting mystery
of Captain Miller's gold.
She writes beautifully, and we look forward to her articles
about local history. We have learned a lot, and they are fun




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Thank you so much for publishing her column.

Lotto woes

The largest fraud committed on the citizens of Florida
was convincing citizens to vote for the lotto on the promise
of it financially supporting the schools.
Some finances do go to the schools. However, my concern
is what is the total gross income of the lotto and what exact
percentage of the gross comes to the schools of Florida?
What is the total gross income of the lotto since it started,
year by year?
What is the,total payroll of lotto personnel?
Besides the schools and lotto employees'receiving funds
from the lotto, who else is paid one sum or another and for
what reason?
In my opinion, the lotto operation is a financial predator.


Missing: Obama sign

My husband and I awoke this inorning to find that our
"Obama for President" sign had been stolen from our yard.
In fact, there were a number of homeowners in the New
Smyrna Beach downtown area with Obama signs who also
found that their signs had been stolen.
In obvious contrast, McCain signs remain standing. It's
evident that the Republicans are still up to their old tricks
- invading territories that don't want them and stealing
from the middle class!
I know this is asking a lot of a Republican, but my sign
was made of recyclable material, so would you please at
least recycle my stolen sign?

Political signs stolen

On Saturday night, my family and I went out to dinner
only to come home 50 minutes later to find our political
signs stolen from our front yard.
How disappointing in Edgewater.

Political sign thief roams about

Someone is stealing all of the McCain/Palin signs off of
our properties. I was told when my husband went to get our
signs, that they are being stolen everywhere.

Voter stands up for Republican Party

I just completed the sixth book study about Barack
Obama, and I was sad to learn of his thoroughly researched
ties to Bill Ayers, Saul Alinsky and ACORN.
I also learned that Sen. Obama has said it is important to
elect him to protect women's right as the next president will
be appointing Supreme Court justices. What? Have you
heard any candidate threatening those rights?
Sen. Obama has something in common with Rosie
O'Donnel, another well-known anti-gun person. They both
have 24/7 armed protection for themselves and their
families. Elitist? Maybe.
I think that perhaps he is hoping to appoint Supreme
Court justices who will legislate from the bench and change
our constitution.
I believe from my research that Sen. Obama as a commu-
nity organizer is aptly qualified to be president of the
divided Socialist States of America.
Do we want to be caged chickens waiting for big govern-
ment to feed us when or if they think we qualify or do we
want small government and jobs?
I think the liberals are counting on the ignorance of the
middle class to vote itself out of existence. Haven't you
noticed our two-class system emerging? The liberals are
strangling capitalism.

Conservative independent speaks

Barack Obama's tax plan will allow the existing Bush tax
cuts to expire. And in place of that, gives anyone making
less than $200,000 as much as $1,000 rebate, sort of a
stimulus package for middle class.
The problem is the Bush tax cuts went across the board
for the middle class. And most working families who pay
FICA taxes make much more than $1,000 per year under
the Bush tax plan. Many middle class people will see that
when we go back to the higher tax rates of the Clinton


years, they end up with a tax increase, even if Obama held
true to a stimulus rebate package.
The other reality is the people who do not pay FICA or
actual income taxes will get the tax rebate as an unearned
income from the federal government. This refundable
credit from the FICA tax code is then a form of welfare
disguised as tax cuts for the middles class.
If that is what Americans want, then fine.'But they should
understand what Sen. Obama's plan is simply a redistrib-
ution of the wealth, not from the rich, but from the middle
claps to those in a lower income bracket.
The bush tax cuts were never a benefit to the really
wealthy that is because the IRS code is some 66,000 pages
long and chuck-full of government-directed and targeted
tax breaks for the wealthy. Plenty enough that the Bush tax
cuts did not further favor the rich. Even if the Bush tax cuts
seemed to be across the board to favor the rich, it was only
in appearance, not in proof.

Positive thinking for John McCain

I am getting sick and tired of the negative attitudes of
Republicans who say they hope John McCain will win. They
should be optimistic and say, "Sen. McCain is a winner."
And not be pessimistic about how horrible things are going
to be if Barack Obama wins.
Nothing is impossible. We got to have faith, and Sen.
McCain and Sarah Palin will win.
This year has been a year of impossible events.
A teenager from Michigan captured the gold medal in
gymnastics in the summer Olympics.
Sarah Palin was a political unknown from Alaska and has
become the most popular woman in our country and will
hopefully be the next vice president.
A real miracle: Fred Costello's granddaughter Shylan, who
broke her neck in a freak accident last year, is a normal 8-
year-old.
Our beloved Tampa Bay Rays, who spent 10 seasons in
last place, have become the miracle baseball team this year
by going from last to first. Theywon both playoff series, cap-
tured the championship and will be in the World Series
against the Philadelphia Philiies. I believe they will be the
world champs.
This is why I am confident Sen. McCain will be president.
Let's turn this campaign to a positive for McCain.

Lifelong Democrat goes Republican

Give me a break. The news media is so radically biased it
is pathetic. CNN is one of the worst. Why aren't they scream-
ing and headlines blaring about the voter registration fraud
instigated by ACORN? Guess who they are registering
besides Mickey Mouse and dead people?
They have taken an inexperienced senator and made him
walk on water. It just goes to show the presidency can be
bought.
If elected, the chaos we have today will seem like a picnic.
It's hard to believe so many supposedly smart people can
be mesmerized to this extent. As a lifelong Democrat, I'm
voting for McCain/Palin.

Movie provides a good laugh

Soldiers for all time have used humor as a shield against
their stress. Today, we are all soldiers and definitely need
humor in light of the doom and gloom in today's media and
environment.
Therefore, I really recommend to anyone to see the movie
"American Carol." This movie is a rolling-in-the-aisle laugh-
ing movie that had the audience applauding at the end.
People need this relaxation, and it's a good movie.

Neighbor will miss hot dog stand

I was appalled to read about the ending ofWilburWeiner's
because of it being an "eyesore." As a resident ofWilbur-by-
the-Sea for many years, I never thought this businessman
would be pushed away for absurd contractual differences.
So what if he did not have a glorified hot dog stand! He is
well known in this area and following the American dream.
There are many eyesores in Wilbur that are not paid atten-
tion to. There are residences and foreclosures that are seri-
ously unkempt. Take a look at A1A and Major for example.
And as for the few people who made this man's business
end because of the way it looked, shame on you!

Eyesore is in the eyes of the beholder

If Wilbur's Wieners was an eyesore, then what do you call
the building on the southwest corner of A1A and Major only
a few blocks south. Throw in the vacant lot next door with
the abandoned cars and some trash, and that's what I call a
real eyesore.


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Ormond Beach running for
seat 4. Although he worked
in local government for 25
years, including jobs with
the city of Ormond Beach,
this is his first run for elect-
ed office.

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Don Kanfi

Mr. Kanfer, 58, is the seat 4
incumbent candidate. A res-
ident of unincorporated
Volusia County near
DeLand for the past 22
years, he is a practicing
large animal veterinarian
and chairman of the Volu-
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Mr. Smalley, 54, a New
Smyrna Beach Democrat is
employed in the retail auto-
motive industry. He has not
previously held an elected
office.

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important issues facing the
state?

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kept many from keeping
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business leaders and citizens
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Walkin' for a cure


Above: Daytona Beach residents (left to right) Alicia Thomas,
Gertrude Mingo, Reesheka Jenkins and Shawn Warren of
Halifax Health walk across the International Boulevard '
Bridge during the annual Making Strides Against Breast
Cancer Walk in Daytona Beach last Saturday. The event,
sponsored by the American Cancer Society, attracted more
than 5,000 participants and raised $310,000.

Right: Jamesha Jasper, 8, of Daytona Beach, cools off after
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conjunction with the
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For more information,
call (386) 257-8706 or send
an e-mail to joy.maid-
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Sierra Club to meet

The Volusia-Flagler Sier-
ra Club will meet at 7 p.m.,
Wednesday, Nov. 5, in Sica
Hall, 1065 Daytona Ave.,
Holly Hill.
Tom Larson, coordina-
tor for Sierra Club Florida's
Smart Energy Solutions/
Cool Cities Campaign and
chair of Sierra Club North-
east Florida Group, will
discuss the Sierra Club's
national campaign, "Cool
Cities: Solving Global
Warming One City at a
Time."
This meeting is free to
the public.

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cast ballots early was nearly
30,000. That will likely
double by the end of this
week, with big numbers
expected on Election Day,
too.
The project hasn't been
without some controversy,
with complaints from some
residents about aggressive
campaigning at several
locations. The canvassing
board convened early to
ensure, among other
reasons, results after an
equipment malfunction at
the early voting site in
Ormond Beach. The
canvassing board re-fed all
ballots cast there to ensure
those numbers accurately
reflect the number of
signatures and voted
ballots.

Man dies after
crashing into building

An older driver who lost
control of his car in Day-
tona Beach and slammed
into a building died of his
injuries. Winston Brannon,
86, was alert when he was
pulled from the vehicle after
he crashed into a building
on Beach Street at Michigan
Avenue. He didn't even want
to go to the hospital, but he
apparently suffered internal
injuries and passed away at
the hospital. Mr. Brannon
missed his turn on Michi-
gan Avenue and instead
crossed through a parking
lot and crashed into the side
of Thoroughbred Motor-
sports.

Aide suspended after
spanking child

AVolusia County
teacher's aide was suspend-
ed for one day without pay
for spanking a kindergarten
student on the first day of
school in August. According
to a report, the boy was
trying to run out of the
classroom at Holly Hill
Elementary School. The
report states the child
started hitting the aide,
RubyValldejuli, 54, when
she tried to settle him
down. The district has a no
corporal punishment
policy, and after an internal
investigation, decided on
the one-day suspension as
discipline.

Victim pleads with
robbers to not harm
mother

Just minutes after a home
invasion on East Coquina in
Daytona Beach, police
captured both suspects and
found their weapons and
some of the property they
allegedly stole. The victim is
still stunned it all hap-
pened, and he used some
quick thinking to ensure no
one was hurt.
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garage when two men came
up behind him with guns.
Mr. Hickson said the men
took his wallet, cellphone,
ransacked the car, then
forced him into the house
and stole other items. Mr.
Hickson's mother came
home during the incident,
and Mr. Hickson pleaded
with the suspects to act like
they were his friends so his
mother wouldn't be fright-
ened or hurt. The armed
men went along with it and
quickly left. Police arrested
the two suspects just blocks
from the crime scene.

Young man arrested
on shooting charges

An 18-year-old from
Daytona Beach faces a host
of charges in connection to
a shooting incident last July
that began in the Ocean
Walk parking garage on the
beachside. Vladyslav
Vovnenko and his then
girlfriend were in one
vehicle when police said
they got into an altercation
with teenagers in another
car. The victims drove out of
the garage and turned north
onto Atlantic Avenue. Police
said suspect Vladyslav came
after them in his car and
fired at the victims, wound-
ing a teenager sitting in the
backseat. Vladyslav faces
two counts of aggravated
battery and one count of
shooting into an occupied
vehicle.

Man arrested for
bootlegging music

Daytona Beach police say
they were making more
than music in a business
called "The Music Hot Spot"
on Mary McLeod Bethune
Boulevard, and now the
owner, Eric Morgan, 39, is in
hot water for counterfeiting
or forging private labels.
Police found more than
4,500 bootlegged CDs and
DVDs in the store for sale.
Investigators said Mr.
Morganwas using comput-
er equipment to reproduce
copyrighted materials.

Nonprofit org gets
huge donation

The Junior League of
Daytona Beach is always
grateful for donations. They
even ask for donated
shopping bags they can use
when they sell clothing or
other items at the store.
When a man, who often
donates, dropped off some
of those bags for the store's
use, they thanked him and
he left. What he left in the
bags, however, is really
something. Workers found
more than $10,000 in cash,
and though the man comes
in regularly, they don't
know his name. The money
was turned over to police
and tagged into, evidence.
So far, the donor has not
come forward.

Young driver kills
woman on bike

A49-year-old Ormond
Beach woman was killed
when a car slammed into
her as she rode her bicycle
across the Granada Bridge.
Police said Deanna Church
and her husband were
eastbound on their bikes,
riding in the designated
bike lane. Witnesses said an
SUV driven by Robert Fey,
18, of Flagler Beach, veered
into the bike lane and
struck Ms. Church. She died
at the scene. Her husband
was not hurt. Police said
charges against Robert are
pending.

Traffic down at
airport

Air traffic was way down
last month at Daytona
Beach International Airport.
Officials said the decrease
reflects the loss of the low-


. fare carrier AirTran, which
pulled out of Daytona
Beach in June, leading in
part to a 29-percent
decrease in September over
the same month last year.
Officials also attribute the
decrease to an overall drop
in airport numbers due to
the economy.


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*Light the Night: South Day-
tona Christian Church and First
Baptist Church of South Day-
tona will present this free com-
munity event from 6-8:30 p.m.
on Kenilworth Avenue in South
Daytona. There will be giant
inflatables, carnival games,
Stillwater Christian Rock Band
concert, candy and prizes at
every game, food and prize
drawings. The City of South
Daytona Parks & Recreation
will host a costume contest,
with judging in three age divi-
sions and prizes awarded for
first through fifth place. South
Daytona Police and Fire
Departments will attend with
displays and giveaways. For
more information, call (386)
767-6949 or visit www.south-
daytonachristian.org.
*INsideOUT/Residency No.
131: Readings of works-in-
progress by writers participat-
ing in Atlantic Center's Artists-
in-Residence program's
writers' residency will be held
at 7 p.m. at Joan James Harris
Theater, Atlantic Center for the
Arts, 1414 Art Center Ave., New
Smyrna Beach. Artists-in-resi-
dence include poet and fiction
writer Kelly Cherry, poet and
memoirist Honor Moore, poet
Eamon Grennan and 24 asso-
ciate artists-in-residence. The
reading is free to members and
$10 for nonmembers. Refresh-
ments and a cash bar will be
available. Reservations are
requested; call (386) 427-
6975.
*'Murder is a Game by Fred
Carmichael' performance:
The Little Theatre of New Smyr-
na Beach will present this com-
edy at 8 p.m., Oct. 31 and Nov.
1. Matinee performances will
be at 2 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 2.
Tickets cost $14 for adults, $13
for seniors (62 and older) and
$7 for those younger than 18.
Tickets may be purchased at
the Little Theatre box office,
726 Third Ave., New Smyrna
Beach, from 1 to 4 p.m., Mon-
day through Friday. For more
information, call (386) 423-
1246 or visit the Web site at
www.NsbPlayers.org.
*Rummage/Bake Sale: The
New Smyrna Beach Shrinettes
will host this event from 9-
11:30 a.m. at 1111 S. Orange
St., New Smyrna Beach. A
lunch will be served.
*Java Jungle Art Show: The
Department of Juvenile Justice
art exhibit is on display
through Nov. 7. Works include
self portraits and portraits of an
incarcerated person entering
the facility and then a year later
as a comparison.
*Halloween Masquerade
Ball: This fundraiser will be
held from 7 p.m. to midnight at
The United Church of Christ,
203 Washington St., New
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For Hometown News
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Oak Ridge Boys Christ-
mas will be held at 8 p.m.,
Saturday, Nov. 15, at
Peabody Auditorium.
The four-part harmonies
and upbeat songs of the
Oak Ridge Boys have
spawned dozens of coun-
try hits and a No. 1 pop
smash, earning them
Grammy, Dove, CMA and
ACM awards.
Every time they step
before an audience, the
Oaks bring three decades
of charted singles and 50
years of tradition. And
each remains as enthusias-
tic about the process as
they have ever been.
"When I go on stage, I get
the same feeling I had the
first time I sang with the
Oak Ridge Boys," says lead
singer Duane Allen: "This is
the only job I've ever want-
ed to have."
"Like everyone else in
the group," adds bass
singer Richard Sterban, "I
was a fan of the Oaks
before I became a member.
I'm still a fan of the group
today. Being in the Oak
Ridge Boys is the fulfill-
ment of a lifelong dream."
The two, along with
tenor Joe Bonsall and bari-
tone William Lee Golden,
comprise the band. Their
string of hits includes "Elvi-
ra," "Bobbie Sue," "Dream
On," "Thank God For Kids,"
"American Made," "I Guess
It Never Hurts To Hurt
Sometimes," "Faincy Free"
and "Gonna Take A Lot Of


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The Oak Ridge Boys, who have performed for the past five presidents, will grace
the Peabody stage Nov. 15.


River." They've scored 12
gold, three platinum and
one double platinum
album, plus one double
platinum single, and had
more than a dozen nation-
al No. 1 singles and more
than 30 top ten hits.
The Oaks represent a tra-
dition that extends back to
World War II. The original
group, based in Knoxville,
Tenn., began performing
country and gospel music
in nearby Oak Ridge. They
called themselves the Oak
Ridge Quartet, and they
began regular Grand Ole
Opry appearances in the
fall of 1945. In the mid-50s,
they were featured in Time
magazine as one of the
top-drawing gospel groups
in the nation.
By the late 1960s, with
more than 30 members
having come and gone,
they had a lineup that
included Duane Allen,
William Lee Golden, Noel
Fox and Willie Wynn.
Among the Oaks' many
acquaintances in the
gospel field were Mr. Bon-
sall, a streetwise Philadel-
phia kid who embraced
gospel music, and Mr. Ster-
ban, who was singing in
quartets and holding down
a job as a men's clothing
salesman. Both admired
the Oaks.
"They were the most


innovative quartet in
gospel music," Mr. Bonsall
said. "They performed
gospel with a rock
approach, had a full band,
wore bell-bottom pants
and grew their hair long...
things unheard of at the
time."
The four became friends,
and when the Oaks needed
a bass and tenor in 1972
and '73,
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tively,
Mr. Sterban and Mr.
Bonsall got the calls.
In 1975, the Oaks were
asked to open a number of
dates for Roy Clark.
Within a year, Paul
Simon tapped them to sing
backup for his hit "Slip
Slidin' Away," and they
went on to record with
George Jones, Brenda Lee,
Johnny Cash, Roy Rogers,


Billy Ray Cyrus, Bill Mon-
roe and Ray Charles.
In 2007, they recorded
with the son of an old
friend Shooter Jennings,
the son ofWaylon Jennings
and Jessi Colter. He invited
the Oaks to perform "Slow
Train," a song on his soph-
omore CD.
They also proved them-
selves to be capable and
tireless advocates of
charitable and
Civic causes,
-y serving as
spokesmen
and/or board
members of
Sfundraisers for
the Boy Scouts
of America, the
National Com-
mittee for Pre-
S vention of Child
Abuse (now
known as Pre-
vent Child Abuse Ameri-
cal, Feed The Children and
the National Anthem Pro-
ject.
"We're not willing to rest
on our laurels," Mr. Golden
said. "That gets boring. As a
group, we do things con-
stantly to challenge our-
selves, to try to do some-
thing different or better
than the last time we did
it."
To order tickets, call (407)
839-3900 or visit www.tick-
etmaster.com.


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*Angell & Phelps Cafe: A
Halloween Blues Bash,
featuring Bob Thames at 8
p.m., and the Daytona
Blues Society All Stars at 9
p.m., will be held Friday at
156 S. Beach St., Daytona
Beach. Mr. Thames also
will perform at the Halifax
Art Show at 1 p.m. Sunday
at Beach Street and
Magnolia Avenue. For
more information, visit the
Web site at
www.myspace.com/bobth
ames.
*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 dedi-
cated to preserving and
spreading the love of blues
music. For more informa-
tion and a full events
schedule, visit the Web site
atwww.DaytonaBluesSo-


*Ohana Luau Dinner
Show: This dinner show
spectacular and family-
style feast, with a 6:30 p.m.
seating, dinner served at
7:15 p.m. and show time at
7:30 p.m., is held Thurs-
day, Friday and Saturday,
at the Hawaiin Inn, 2301 S.
Atlantic Ave., Daytona
Beach Shores. Participants


ciety.org. will learn traaitionai
*Cancun Lagoon: Kenny dances with Polynesian
Spire will perform at 6 women, warriors and
p.m., Friday, at 1735W keikis (children).A flaming
International Speedway fire knife dance and hula
Blvd., Daytona Beach. For with audience participa-
more information, call tion will be featured. For
(386) 255-6500. more information, call


(386) 255-5411, Ext. 186, or
visit www.ohanaluau.com.
*Seabreeze Coffee
Connection: A hand drum
circle is held at 8 p.m. each
Wednesday at 315
Seabreeze Blvd., Daytona
Beach. For more informa-
tion, visit the Web site at
www.druimcircle.meetup.c
om/327.
*WineStyles: At the
Shoppes of Yorketown,
1665 Dunlawton Ave.,
Suite 105, Port Orange, a
weekly tasting is held from
5:30-8 p.m. each Thursday.
For more information, call
(386) 788-7188.


STAR SCOPES
James Tucker
Week of 10-31-2008

Aries March 21-April 19
Life has its ups and downs.
You have been through
many of your own lately.
Your energy is about to
change for the better. You
will continue to increase. Its
important that you make a
little time for yourself.
There's no reason to burn
out now. When you are not
sure what to do, take a step
back, wait, regroup and then
move forward again.

Taurus April 20-May 20
Stop reacting to other peo-
ple's problems. You can't
change another person, but
you can change yourself. Be
concerned but not enabling.
You are learning new things.
Use these to find new cre-
ative ways to serve. Set your
priorities on the main issues.
Get deeply involved, hold the
focus and move on to
unprecedented victories.

Gemini May 21-June 21
It's easy to get overextended
when you are very busy. Cor-
rect this condition by setting
priorities and delegating
lesser important ones. Take a
little time off for R&R. Take a
long weekend with your
family. Do it just for fun. The
time away will clear your
mind, warm your heart and
increase your energy. Now
you are at your best.

Cancer June 22-July 22
Your spirit and playful atti-
tude is alive and searching
for ways to express. Take
time to satisfy this urge. You
are always responsible. Do
several things. Go to the
beach. Drive in the country.
Ride your bike. Shop at a
thrift store. Refuse to worry
about what others think. This
new psyche up will create
wonderful results.

Leo July 23-Aug. 22
The middle of the fire signs is
Leo. This is what I call "center
fire" Leo roars the loudest
and is always at the center of
activities. This is strong lead-
ership and helps create new
innovations and ideas. By
the time others catch on, Leo
is way out in front and gets
the highest rewards and
awards. High success is on
the way.

Virgo Aug. 23-Sept. 22
Saturn is still in Virgo. Saturn
is the planet of responsibility.
Your energy is increasing. So


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Smyrna Beach. Proceeds will
help send "Stardust" the clown
to Bethlehem. There will be
music provided by a deejay,
dancing, karaoke, Halloween
decor and some surprises. Par-
ticipants may wear costumes,
and prizes will be given for the
best ones. BYOB; sodas, ice and
snacks will be provided. Tickets
will be sold in advance at the
church office for a $10 dona-
tion or call (386) 846-3932. For
more information, visit the Web
s i t e
www.VolusiaPeaceCenter.org.
*Halloween Fetish Ball: This
event will be held at 9 p.m. at
Tailgaters Sports Bar & Grill, 219
S. Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach,
to benefit Greyhound Pets of
America. This nonprofit organi-
zation finds responsible, loving
homes for retired racing grey-
hounds. This adult-themed
event of sexy costumes will fea-
ture a deejay with raffles


throughout the night; raffle pro-
ceeds as well as the cover
charge for voyeurs without cos-
tume ($10) will go directly to
GPA of Daytona. For more infor-
mation, call (386) 323-7777
*Autumn Fest: This free com-
munity event will feature inflat-
ables, food, games, candy, cos-
tume contest, music, cakewalk
and face painting. Events will
take place from 6-9 p.m. at Port
Orange Christian Church, 904
Taylor Road, Port Orange.
*Buddy Poppy sale: Veterans
of Foreign Wars Post 4250 will
sell buddy poppies at partici-
pating stores in New Smyrna
Beach and Edgewater. Pro-
ceeds will benefit needy veter-
ans in the area. For more infor-
mation, call (386) 423-1789.
*Halloween Bash: Illusions
will feature Elvis & Friends,
today and Saturday, at 219 S.
Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach
Shores. "Cher," "Marilyn Mon-
roe" and "Elvira" will make
appearances. For more infor-
mation, call (386) 334-5409.
*Country concert: Country
singer Bobby Meeks will per-


form at the Seniors Expo from 9
a.m. to noon at the Sunshine
Park Mall in South Daytona. He
will hit the stage again from
3:15-4:15 p.m., Saturday, at
Magnolia Avenue and Beach
Street in Daytona Beach. For
more information, call (386)
290-0251.

SATURDAY, NOV. 1

*Warsaw Philharmonic
Orchestra performance: The
Warsaw Philharmonic Orches-
tra with pianist Valentina Lisitsa
and conductor Antoni Wit will
perform at 7 p.m. at Peabody
Auditorium. For more than 100
years, the Warsaw Philharmonic
has performed around the
world. The Ukrainian-born
Valentina Lisitsa has received
rave reviews since her arrival in
the United States in 1991. To
purchase tickets, call the Day-
tona Beach Symphony Society
from 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Monday-Fri-
day, at (386) 253-2901, visit
Peabody Auditorium box office,
600 Auditorium Blvd., or order
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*Spaghetti Dinner: Boy
Scout Troop 403 of Ormond
Beach will host this dinner from
4-7 p.m. at Christ Presbyterian
Church, 1035 W. Granada Blvd.,
Ormond Beach. Tickets cost $8
each or two for $15. Baked
goods will be on sale after the
dinner. For more information,
call (386) 672-6959.
*Knights of the Air: Timeless
Wings and Wheels will present
this event from 4-8:30 p.m. at
American Aero Services, 333
South St., New Smyrna Beach
Airport. Participants will meet
the pilots who flew in the
movie "Flyboys" and take a his-
torical look at the Lafayette
Escadrille. A spaghetti dinner
will be served. The cost is $7 for
members and $14 for non-
members. Proceeds will benefit
Timeless Wings and Wheels. For
more information, call (386)
690-8557 or visit the Web site
at www.timelesswingsand-
wheels.com.
*Free Fall Festival: This event
will be held from noon to 4
p.m. at Daytona Beach Alliance
Church, 1250 Beville Road. Air
rides, face painting and food
will be available for free. For
directions, call (386) 253-5103
or visit www.daytonacma.com
*Benefit for Chase: This
event will be from 11 a.m.-9
p.m. at DJ's Deck under the
Dunlawton Bridge in Port
Orange. Proceeds will benefit
Chase Lesshafft, an 18-month-
old who has leukemia. A poker
run will be held; sign-ups will
be from 10:30 a.m. to noon at
DJ's Deck. Poker run stops will
include Mulligans Sports Pub,
Babes Blue Room, Kick Start
Saloon, Froggy's and DJ's Deck.
Last bike must be in by 4 p.m. A
bike show also will be ongoing,
with sign ups through 4:30 p.m.
and awards announced at 5:30
p.m. There will be food and
drink specials, music, wine tast-
ings, chair massages, face
painting and raffles throughout
the day. A live auction will be
held following the bike show
awards. Prizes and auction
items include gift certificates
and products from local restau-
rants, hotels, golf courses and
spas. For more information, call
(386) 760-2277
*Anniversary celebration:
The Rose Marie Bryon Chil-
dren's Center will celebrate 60
years of providing services to


the Daytona Beach community
with free food, games and
entertainment from noon to 4
p.m. at 625 South St, Daytona
Beach. For more information,
call (386) 253-9798.
*Christmas Luncheon: The
Women's Fellowship of the
Union Congregational Church
will host this event from 10
a.m.-2 p.m., with a turkey din-
ner from 11 a.m.-1 p.m., at
1050 Daytona Ave., Holly Hill.
The cost is $6 for adults and $3
for children. Take-out will be
available. Santa Claus will
attend. Seasonal items will be
for sale, including baked goods,
books, houseplants and toys.
*Purple Tea: The Daytona
Beach East Volusia Chapter of
Sisters Alive sponsored by the
American Cancer Society and
the Susan G. Komen Race for
the Cure will host this event
from 9 a.m. to noon at Center
for Civic Engagement, Bethune-
Cookman University, 740 Inter-
national Speedway Blvd., Day-
tona Beach. To make
reservations, call (386) 212-
4854.
*Chinese Auction: Elks
Ladies Auxiliary 2193 will host
this 16th annual event at Elks
Lodge, 285 Wilmette Ave.,
Ormond Beach. Doors will
open at 4 p.m.; drawings will
begin at 7 p.m. Prizes, gifts,
food and goodie bags will be
available. A $5 donation is sug-
gested; proceeds will support
children's therapy services and
scholarships.
*Community Baby Shower:
The Junior League of Daytona
Beach has partnered with the
Healthy Start Coalition of Fla-
gler and Volusia Counties and
Halifax Health to host this event
for families and babies partici-
pating in Healthy Start and
Healthy Families. About 30
families will attend the baby
shower. Shower donations are
still being accepted. Wish list
items include disposable dia-
pers (newborn and size 1),
baby wipes (tubs and refills),
girls, boys and unisex clothing
(sizes 0-3 months and 3-6
months), items such as bibs,
burp cloths and blankets and
$25 Target gift cards. Donations
may be made from 9 a.m.-4:30
p.m., Monday-Friday, at the
Junior League office, 122 S. Pal-
metto Ave., Daytona Beach. For
more information, call (386)


253-1756 or visit the Web site
www.jldb.com.
*Fall Festival: The Allen
Chapel African Methodist Epis.-
copal Church will sponsor this
event from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. at
580 George Engram Blvd., Day-
tona Beach, in the church park-
ing lot The festival is open to
the community. Food, music,
games, dunking booth, obsta-
cle course, moonwalk, trunk or
treat and prizes will be avail-
able. Admission is free. For
more information, call (386)
255-1195.
*'Wild Dreams: Discovering
Henry M. Flagler': The Ormond
Beach Historical Trust will pres-
ent this show, starring Paul J.
Jellinek, from 7-9 p.m., Satur-
day, and from 3-5 p.m., Sunday,
at the Anderson-Price Memorial
Building, 42 N. Beach St.,
Ormond Beach. Mr. Flagler,
who started as John D. Rocke-
feller's business partner at Stan-
dard Oil Corporation, was ulti-
mately responsible for opening
up the state of Florida with his
creation of the Florida East
Coast Railway and many resort
hotels, including the Hotel
Ormond. Admission is $10; pro-
ceeds will assist OBHT to
restore and preserve the Ander-
son-Price Memorial Building. To
purchase tickets, visit the Mac-
Donald House at 38 E. Grana-
do Blvd., Ormond Beach, or call
(386) 677-7005.
*Canine Hallowveen Cos-
tume Contest: This event will
be held at the Halifax Art Festi-
val at Beach and Bay streets.
On-site registration will be held
from 9:30-10:30 a.m., followed
by the canine costume parade
at 11 a.m. Dog/cat food will be
collected for the Halifax
Humane Society. To register,
send an e-mail to Halifaxdog-
contest@gmail.com.

SUNDAY, NOV. 2

*Artists' Workshop Recep-
tion: Local artists' works will be
on display from 4-6 p.m. at The
United Church of Christ, 203
Washington St., New Smyrna
Beach. There will be music and
light refreshments. For more
information, call (386) 426-
2352.
*24 Hour Play Festival: Day-
tona Playhouse will host this


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fundraiser for the Playhouse at
6 p.m. at the Daytona Play-
house, 100 Jessamine Blvd.,
Daytona Beach. Teams will
write, rehearse and perform a
10-minute play within a 24-
hour time period (based on ini-
tial prompts of one prop and
one line of dialogue). Teams
will perform creative produc-
tions before a panel of judges.
Prizes and certificates will be
awarded following the compe-
tition. General seating; admis-
sion is $5 per person.
MONDAY, NOV. 3
*Seven Laws of Inner
Peace: Explore how to attract
what you want without struggle
or worry. This eight-week
workshop begins from 7-8:30
p.m., Monday, at Positive Living
Center, 1301 Beville Road, Day-
tona Beach, facilitated by Con-
stance d'Angelis, author of the
book "7 Laws of Inner Peace."
The cost is $100 or $20 per
class. For more information, call
(386) 672-6382.
THURSDAY, NOV. 6
*Marathon Bingo: This all-


day Bingo affair, a fundraiser for
the New Smyrna Senior Center
sponsored by the Council on
Aging, will be held at the Bran-
non Center, 105 S. Riverside
Drive, New Smyrna Beach.
Doors will open at 9 a.m., with
play beginning at 10 a.m.
Twenty-seven games will be
played, with specials and jack-
pots. Tickets cost $5, which
include lunch, and are available
at the Brannon Center. For
more information, call (386)
424-2186.
*High Tea and A Symphony
of Accessories: The Symphony
Guild of Daytona Beach's annu-
al Fall Tea and Fashion Show
will be held at 3 p.m. at the
Daytona Resort and Confer-
ence Center, 2700 N. Atlantic
Ave., Daytona Beach. Raffle
gifts, silent auction items, fash-
ion accessories, style advice
and a high tea will be featured.
Pam Elkins, a fashion stylist, will
present a runway show. Three
members of the St. James Sin-
foniette Chamber Orchestra
will perform. Tickets cost $35
per person; proceeds will sup-
port the Symphony Society.
Mail checks to Dick Conrad at
1509 Oak Forest Drive,
Ormond Beach, FL 32174.
Checks made payable to the
Symphony Guild will serve as
reservations. For more informa-
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is your desire to move for-
ward. Keeping a desire jour-
nal should be the starting
point. You don't have to keep
all the ideas in your mind.
When you write them, they
are shifted to the heart. This
commitment has roots. Now
good stuff is growing and on
the way.

Libra Sept 23-Oct. 22
The whole idea is to pace
yourself when working on
different projects, so that you
have something left at the
end. You don't have to get
everything done at once. A
lighter touch is so important.
Many times less is more.
When the body gets tired the
mind follows, then the heart
follows and all comes to a
halt Keep the heart open.
S Scorpio Oct. 23-Nov. 21
There is a lot of positive ener-
gy in your sign this week. First
the sun is in your sign. Yeah!
And Mars the protector is
there as well. This means that
your spirit is focused and
centered and you are fully
protected. Stay playful and
have a lot of fun. It's getting
better. What? Your life of
course. Enjoy every day like it
is your last.

Sagittarius-Nov.22-Dec.21
I like the way you operate.
This week, the moon, Venus
and Pluto are in your sign.
Wow! You are all heart. You
"have so much love, vision
and inspiration. Learn from
;Libra and be able to receive,
Jor balance. You are very
.blessed and lucky; also
healthy. The world is yours to
explore and conquer. What a
great life.

Capricorn Dec. 22-Jan. 19
*You are in your prime. Your


timing is excellent. Life is
going your way. Everyone
loves you. You are moving
your dreams forward. Maybe
it is time to back off, take a
break and do something
good for you that is based on
pure fun. Love your own life
and let it grow. The world will
wait and honor you for hon-
oring it.

Aquarius Jan. 20-Feb. 18
Live your life like there is no
tomorrow. All you have is
today, the eternal now. The
past is a cancelled check. The
present is cash. The future is
a promissory note. Which of
these is spendable? Now
focus on the three most
important things that make
you happy. If it makes you
happy now, go for it. If not,
leave it alone.

Pisces Feb. 19-March 20
Life is moving fast right now.
Welcome the change and
emerge victorious over life.
Take care of your spiritual,
personal, family and worldly
needs in that order. Continue
to focus and refine. The truth
is within you. Quiet your
mind, listen to your inner
guidance and let your hunch-
es lead you to on great victo-
ry.
Star visions
James Tucker can help bring
stability to your life in these
uncertain times with his voice
of hope. His personal astrolo-
gy or compatibility charts are
a great way to start He also
does private readings, excit-
ing home and office parties,
inspirational group talks and
dynamic business seminars.
To view his columns, blogs,
videos or sign up to receive
his free weekly inspirational
message, visit www.persoh-
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Volusia County's inlets and rivers great for colorful catches


One fish, two fish; red
fish, blue fish!
Right now bluefish rule
our area with good-sized
fish schooled up in the surf
and in the rivers.
Fish Ponce Inlet for fast
action, and try the Spruce
Creek area for those hard-
charging choppers.
Cut bait is always best, but
anything flashy will attract
strikes. A silver spoon or
chrome Sea Hawk is tradi-
tionally the best lures.:
Although the blues are
now storming the inshore,
big reds are also here in
numbers. The subtle turn of


the season is all that is nec-
essary for bull reds to turn
on. In the past 20 years, red-
fish have challenged large-
mouth bass as the most
sought after fish in the land.
It is our good fortune to
have both of the most
famous spots for each
species right here in Volusia
County.
The St. Johns River is leg-
endary as a bassin' hole, and
Mosquito Lagoon is the
place for big reds.
Our redfish action keeps a
lot of folks employed and
provides tourists dollars all
year long. Done on a much
more quiet scale, red fishing


FISHING
WITH
DAN
DAN SMITH


probably ranks right up
there with Bike Week and
NASCAR as a source of local
revenue.
If you have always wanted
to battle one of our big reds,
but were not sure exactly
how to go about it, there is a
new book out that will tell
you all you need to know.
Captain Leo Hiles of Edge-
water has decided to put his


50 years of redfish experi-
ence into print. His 52-page
book, "Fish Sense," is a com-
pendium of valued tips
gleaned from a lifetime
spent stalking the wily red
fish. Capt. Hiles discusses
the intricacies of flats and
deepwater fishing in a sim-
plistic manner that is very
easy to read.
In "Fish Sense," you will
learn where and when to
look for redfish and what to
use for bait. The travel pat-
terns of fish are discussed,
and valuable trends are
revealed to help you in your
search.
His thoughts on how to


play down a big fish is right
on the money, as is his insis-
tence on a stealthy
approach. He talks at great
length on proper hooks for
live bait and goes in depth
on the selection of lures.
Picking the proper equip-
ment is also covered.
Be you an old salt or a
beginner, you will certainly
learn something from the
book. Capt. Leo Hiles has
always been known as a
guide who takes the time to
teach his clients the finer
points of red-fishing, and
now all that knowledge is
available to you.
With the holiday season
fast approaching, you might


want to get a few for all the
fishermen on your list, be
they young or old. The book
is in limited edition and may
be ordered from Capt. Hiles
at 4384 W Indian River
Drive, Edgewater, FL 32141,
or call him at (386) 345-
2213. Include $12 for each
copy, plus $4 for shipping
and handling.
Dan Smith has fished the
waters of Volusia County for
40 years. When he's not fish-
ing, the retired contractor is
heavily involved with the
Ormond Beach Historical
Trust. For questions or com-
ments send an e-mail to
apesl23@mybluelight.com.


Golf tournament to
benefit PAL
The Holly Hill and
Ormond Beach Police Ath-
letic Leagues will host a
golf tournament Saturday,
Nov. 1, at River Bend Golf
Club.
The format will be a
four-player, best-ball
scramble.
Check in will be from
7:15 to 8:15 a.m., with a


shotgun start at 8:30 a.m.
An awards banquet will
be held immediately after
play is completed. Incen-
tives include door prizes,
raffles and gifts.
This tournament is the
major fundraiser for PAL
programs; proceeds direct-
ly benefit the children in
the community.
The fee for individual
players is $70.
Hole sponsors are wel-
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Golf tournament to
fund scholarships
The Jimmy Kirton
Memorial Golf Tourna-
ments have provided 18
students with scholarships
in honor of the former
Seabreeze High School
principal who died of can-
cer min 2005.
This year's fourth annu-
al event will be at Halifax
Plantation Golf Club in
Ormond Beach Saturday,
Nov. 15. The four-player
scramble format will
begin with registration at
7:45 a.m. and a shotgun
start at 8:30 a.m. The $75
fee includes green fees,
cart, range balls and
lunch.
Funds from the tourna-
ment also will offset
expenses associated with
the Seabreeze Marching
100, including instrument
repair and replacement,
music and travel.
Mullinax Ford has pro-
vided a 2008 Ford for a
hole-in-one grand prize.
In addition to first-, sec-
ond- and third-place
teams, other prizes will be
given for straightest drive,
longest putt (men and
women), closest to the
palm tree, closest to the
crooked line and longest
drive (men and women).
For more information,
call (386) 672-9515, Ext.
203.


Basketball training
league planned
Children between the
ages of 6 and 7 (as of Sept. 1)
will learn the basics of bas-
ketball with Gerry Pitch-
ford, athletic supervisor,
and staff.
The training league will
meet from 4 to 5 p.m., Tues-
day and Thursday, Nov. 6-20
and Dec. 2-18, at the Nova
. Community Park Gymnasi-
um.
Registration will be held
through Thursday, Nov. 6, or
upon reaching a maximum
of 25 participants.
The fee for Ormond
Beach residents (proof of
residency required) is $45
and $70 for non-city resi-


dents. Each child will
receive a shirt and basket-
ball.
Ormond Beach Leisure
Services registration office
is open from 7:30 a.m. to
4:30 p.m., Monday through
Thursday, and from 7:30
a.m. to 3 p.m., Friday, at 399
North U.S. 1.
For more information, call
(386) 676-3250. -I

Tennis event to bene-
fit Rally for the Cure

The Oceans Racquet Club
will participate in Rally for
the Cure, a breast''cancer
awareness campaign.
Organizers Don Large,
Connie Fenchel and Kim


Smith will host a tennis
event Nov. 8-9 at 3000 S.
Atlantic Ave., Daytona
Beach Shores.
Events will include ladies
and men's combo doubles
and mixed combo doubles.
The entry fee is $25 per
person. All participants will
receive a gift bag and one-
year subscription to a
Conde Nast magazine pub-
lication. Prizes will be
awarded to winners in each
division. Proceeds will ben-
efit Susan G. Komen for the
Cure.
This event is open to the
public.
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IN THE CIRCUIT
COUNTY FOR VOLUSIA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
JOHN N. BEILSTEIN,
Deceased.
FILE No.
2008-12645-PRDL
Division PROBATE
NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
(Summary
Administration)
TO ALL PERSONS
HAVING CLAIMS OR
DEMANDS AGAINST
THE ABOVE ESTATE
You are hereby notified
that an Order of
Summary Administration
has been entered in the
estate of JOHN N.
BEILSTEIN, deceased,
File Number
2008-12645-PRDL; by
the Circuit Court for
Volusia County, Florida,
Probate Division; the
address of which is
Volusia County
Courthouse, 101 North
Alabama Avenue, Room
222, DeLand, Florida
32721; that the
decedent's date of death
was September 10, 2008;
that the total value of the
estate is $1,000.00 and
that the names and
address of those to
whom it has been
assigned by such order
are: Name: John J.
Beilstein Address: 8465
NE 10th Avenue, Salt
Springs, Florida 32134
ALL INTERESTED
PERSONS ARE
NOTIFIED THAT:
All creditors of the estate
of the decedent and
persons having claims or
demands against the
estate of the decedent
other than those for
whom provision for full
payment was made in the
Order of Summary
Administration must file
their claims with this
court WITHIN THREE (3)
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
i ALL CLAIMS AND
DEMANDS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIOD SET
FORTH ABOVE AN'
CLAIM FILED T*0O il
YEARS OR MORE
{AFTER THE
DECEDENT S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE
*,FOREVER BARRED.
The date of the first
publication of this Notice
* is October 31, 2008.
Person Giving Notice:
John J. Beilstein
Attorney for Person
Giving Notice:
Michael L. Marlowe,
Esquire
Florida Bar No. 157000
Marlowe & Weatherford,
P.A., 1150 Louisiana
Avenue, Ste. 4
Winter Park, Florida
32789 Telephone:
(407) 629-5008
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up, $150, 386-843-9477
AXELS, TRAILER- pair,
heavy duty, from new 21'
boat trailer, 92"L, $75,
386-679-0440 Vol
BABY BOPPY- with cov-
er, $10, Blue baby bath-
tub $3, 386-334-4239 Vol
BATHTUB, ANTIQUE-
claw foot, excellent finish,
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gelico, Stromberg, Rick- $125, 386-334-9408 Vol
enbacker & Mosrite. Gib- BIKE RACK Thule, fits
son Mandolins/Banjos. tuIKE RC o ue, fits
w1930s-1960's. Top cash 3 trunile s, like new, $ to
paid! These brands only m o kesipew,$5,
please. 1-800-401-0440 386-763-4687 Vol
AA RATED Donation Do- BIKE, OMEGA- ladies,
nate Your Car, Boat or yellow, 5 s peed, $25,
Real Estate IRS Tax 386-767-3508 Vol
Deductible. Free Pick- BIKE, Pacific Summit
Up /Tow Any Model/Con- Trail- 26", 21 speed, Shi-
dition Help Underprivi- mano equipped, $50,
legeo Children www. 386-788-1141 Vol
outreachcenter.org
1-800-693-7911 BIKES, MOUNTAIN-
aDO Ser f aT xthe- hig26", his/hers, like new,
or door with jambs,Asking $60 both
standard size. Any con- BIRD CAGE- on rollers,
edition. Help a family with large, has every option,
their need. 386-547-0941 never used, $150,
GOLD& SILVER Wanted 386-322-7677 Vol
Sell your unwanted Gold BIRD CAGES- (2) 28"
and Silver for cash at the high, 18" wide almost
highest prices ever! By new. Asking $60 both
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5 sharp guys or girls, to
join our hip-hop
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BLOWER, Troybilt- 31cc,
2cyc, $50, 1973 Bike twin
crome fender new tires,
$75, 386-427-8040 Vol
CAGE, BIRD- 22x25, on
wheels, with 4 slide in
bowls, like new, $200,
386-254-4814 Vol
CHAIR, PAPASAN- with
cushion, excellent condi-
tion, $25, 386-756-0587
CHAIR, Power Lift- like
new, blue, size small-
medium, works great,
$200, 386-428-5708 Vol
CHAIRS, HIGHBACK-
(2), rattan, glasstop table,
44" round lounge chair,
$100, 386-451-5785 Vol
CHINA CABINET- 60's
maple w/glass doors on
top, dove tailed drawers
$200, 386-427-4116 Vol
CHINA DISHES- 45 pcs,
white w/silver trim edges,
$15, 386-672-5688 Vol
CLOTHING, NEWBORN
to 1 year, baby girl, all
new. 50 pieces $2 each
386-689-6607
COMPUTER parts & ac-
cess- IBM comp, drives,
monitors, keyboards,
mice, $65, 386-426-2580
COOLER, IGLOO- $50,
Motorcycle lift new in box,
$50, 386-615-4812 Vol
COUCH & Loveseat- like
new, pastel, with match-
ing pillows, $150obo,
386-847-4986 Vol
DESK, ART- little tykes,
2 drawers, 2 lights, &
chair, great condition,
$30, 386-428-6739 Vol
DESK, COMPUTER-
chrome w/oak finish, $45,
2 recliners blue & brown,
$30 & $40, 386-795-4459
DESK, ROLLTOP- $50,
Entertainment Center,
white wash, $50,
386-788-0397 Vol
DINING ROOM Set- anti-
que, Pine Trestle table, 2
leafs, 2arm/3side chairs,
$199, 386-428-6033 Vol
DINING ROOM Set-
large brown, oval, solid
wood, made in Yuogosla-
via, $100, 386-428-2412
DOG CRATES- 2. metal,
stainless slee bottom 38
x28x42" dble latch doors,
$175, 386-427-3311 Vol
DOLL, HUMMEL- Porce-
lain, 16" Valentine w/
stand, new in box, $175,
386-441-0148 Vol
ENTERTAINMENT CEN-
TER- $80, 386-761-9113
ENTERTAINMENT CEN-
TER- w/storage shelves,
distressed finish, like
new, $200, 386-763-0607
EXERCISE Equipment-
bun/thigh rocker $50, 5Sb
ankle/wrist weights w/
purchase, 386-673-7995
EXERCISE Equipment-
Weslo Cardioglider $20,
Smart Arms $10,
386-767-6167 Vol
EXERCISE GLIDER-
new, $60, 386-402-8027
FIREWOOD- FREE,
386-233-0709 Vol
FREEZER, CHEST-
works great, good condi-
tion, $85, 386-761-4424 -


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FRIDGE/FREEZER-
Compact, $50, Schanger
CD/DVD player, $30,
386-871-5748 Vol
GARDEN TOOLS- Grass
Hog, $50, Hedge Clip-
pers, $15, Limb Loppers
$20, 386-672-8741 Vol
GOLF CLUBS- LH Mac-
gregor Battlesticks $130,
thru sand wedge $18,
bag $10, 386-761-8127
HEADIFOOTBOARD-
Queen, with rails, hand-
crafted solid pine country
style $150, 386-427-5523
KAYAK- Complete, used
once $150, 2 Car ramps,
$10both, 386-760-6083
KITE- for Kiteboarding,
18M, North Rino, '05,
with bag, no bar/lines,
$100, 386-677-0388 Vol
LAPTOP, Sony Vaio- d'2,
Windows XP, $200,
386-345-4519 Vol
LAWNMOWER- Push
mower, 3.5hp, with bag
attachment, like new,
$150, 386-402-1054 Vol
MATERNITY CLOTHES-
Motherhood & Duo, sizes
med & Ig, 40+ pcs, $40,
386-898-4874
MATTRESS & Box-
spring- deluxe firm, ex-
cellent condition, $150,
386-615-1744 Vol
MATTRESS & box-
springs- new, single size,
$100, 386-478-6315 Vol
MATTRESS Topper-
king, Therapeutic, $85,
Futon wood arms, metal
frame $60, 386-441-1341
MATTRESS, Sealy Pos-
turepedic- Queen, clean,
perfect condition, $75,
386-677-2149 Vol
MICROSOFT OPTICAL
Desktop 1000- standard
optical keybrd & mouse
$20, 386-258-8122 Vol
MICROWAVE- small &
works great, $10,
386-767-4239 Vol


NDR $20
MONITOR, Computer-
19", color, excellent con-
dition, $35, 386-589-0434
ORGAN & Bench- Tho-
mas, 2 keyboards, that
light up, you pick up,
$175, 386-409-0351 Vol
OVEN- Built in & cook
top, like new, white,
$185, 386-767-0830 Vol
PAINT SPRAYER- Air-
less, Graco Magnum
XR7, 3/4 hp, used once,
$195, 386-756-2015 Vol
PANTS, MENS- 38x30
(8) $1 per pair, Walker,
new, $20, Typewriter
$15, 386-756-9786 Vol
PICTURES, Black Vel-
vet- (10) 16x20, already
painted, $5 each,
386-426-1304 Vol
PORSCHE FACTORY
Shop Manuals- 924/944,
6 vol. in binders, 5 yrs
old, $100, 386-986-3136
POTTERY, POOLE-
1960, $50, Occupied
Japan Elephant salt $20,
386-423-9669 Vol
RADIO- multi band, port-
able, new, never used,
$75, 386-788-5295 Vol
RECLINER, LEATHER-
wall hugger, teal green,
wood trim; excellent cond
$195, 386-671-0173 Vol
RECORD ALBUM col-
lection- 33", most from
50's & 60's, good cond.
$5ea, 386-860-9381 Vol
REFRIGERATOR, Kitch-
enaide- 21.5 cubic feet,
with top freezer, $125,
386-252-3007 Vol
REFRIGERATOR, RCA-
white, good condition,
$150, 407-493-2601 Vol
REFRIGERATOR, Whirl-
pool- w/icemaker $125,
Watersoftner $50,
386-383-4685 Vol
ROCKERS- Brown vel-
vet, 2 for $30, Glass
Flower table $20,
386-427-9474 Vol


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SATELLITE DISH- heavy
duty, adjustable,, with ex-
tra brackets, $75,
386-788-7402 Vol
SAW, SCROLL- 16",
Ryobi $75, 386-428-0186
SCOOTER- TRIKKE,
Rock 'n' Roll, manual
type. Sells $200 steal at
$50 386-852-8289
SEWING MACHINE-
portable, Alco, electric,
model 2200, w/instruction
book $25, 386-615-9924
SEWING Stand/Cabinet-.
Vintage, wooden, with
hinged top lidd, $25,
386-345-2535 Vol
SOFA, LEATHER- choc-
olate brown, great condi-
tion, $185, 386-690-9979
STOOLS, Vintage- white
wicker, (2), $150, Pana-
sonic compact stereo
$50, 386-322-0695 Vol
STORAGE LIFT- for
hardtop convertible, fits
all, Store on ceiling,
$150, 386-677-4253 Vol
STOVE, PROPANE-
$40, Air tank $25, 4 nets
$70, Car Diesel Horn
$25, 386-672-4255 Vol
STOVE, Westinghouse,
Ivory color, self cleaning,
$50, Dryer works $25,
386-295-0365 Vol
SWINGSET- METAL A
frame, $60, Sandbox,
$10, 386-756-0770 Vol


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BABY PARALETS
HAND FED- M&F, green,
will learn to talk, $45 ea.
Edgewater area. asst.
bird cages also avail.
386-689-8766
DACHSHUND MINI AKC
Beautiful, ready now,
11wks, male or female,
Health cert/micro chip
$600/ea. 321-632-4753
IGUANA FEMALE, ap-
prox. 1.5 yrs old, healthy,
with cage & all accesso-
ries. $75 910-922-3511
KITTENS (2) $10 each
and donation to Halifax
Humane Society. Born
08/08/08 386-767-8419
KITTENS 9 weeks 2 bik
female & 2 orange males
+ mother, turquoise color.
Small fee. 386-238-1231
SHELTIE PUPPIES
Pedigree. Tri-colored
Males, Females Vet cer-
tificate& shots. $550
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TABLE, COFFEE- all
wood, excellent condi-
tion, $30, 386-756-2273
TABLE, Coffee- mirror
top, w/2 matching end
tables, bik, oriental style
$75all, 386-427-3903 Vol
TABLE, Dining- 54"
glasstop, 2 tone gold, w/
4 padded chairs, great
cond $200 386-478-4207
TABLES- 1 Coffee & 2
End, Traditional, Good
Condition, $60,
386-427-0417 Vol
TRAILER HITCH- w/ball,
for Dodge truck or Cara-
van, $75, 386-316-6224
TRAILER, Motorcycle-
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load, fair cond. $200, 386
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TREADMILL- Welco Ca-
dence Ex14, spacesaver
& weights, exc cond,
$150, 386-295-8166 Vol
TV, MAGNAVOX- 55",
$100, 386-258-3562 Vol
TV, TOSHIBA- 32", like
new, $75, Exercise bike,
DP Airgometer w/monitor
$20, 386-756-8338 Vol
TV, TOSHIBA- 36", colo-
r, picture in picture, w/
glass door stand, $200,
386-671-6376 Vol
TV, Zenith- exc. cond,
$55, 9x12 beige carpet,
$65, Full/Queen head-
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Easy to finish new log
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NORTH CAROLINA
MOUNTAINS
Lake Lure Property
Fall Clearance Sale.
Spectacular Views, In-
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Appointment. Owner Fi-
nancing. Other Ruther-
ford County lots starting
$12,900. 386-561-0048
NORTH FLORIDA LAND
1,955acs in Jefferson Co.
Timberland, mixed w/
hardwood bottoms & cut-
over, grt hunting. rd front-
age, Reduced $1900/ac.!
Southern Pine Planta-
tions 352-867-8018
PERRY FLORIDA- Love-
ly 4BR, 2.5 Bath, 2400
square foot home on
approx. 2 acres in Perry,
FL located in Taylor
County in Big Bend area
of Northern Florida, about
50 miles east of Talla-
hassee. Beautiful pool &
patio area w/tall privacy
fence, gazebo w/hot tub.
$229,000. Call (home)
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& $152/month. Lake ac-
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SOUTH CAROLINA
4 Sale By Owner
Beautiful building tract,
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Build Later. Near Lake
Marion, $21,900. Low
Down. Owner financing.
1-803-505-2161
SOUTH CAROLINA
Bamberg County Hunt-
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Near 1-95. Secluded
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120acres- 235acres-
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DAYTONA BEACH-
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furn, with live-in single or
couple. Nonsmokin or
alcohol, no rental ees,
share groceries and
taxes. References will be
contacted. 386-767-0031
ORMOND BEACH Pri-
vate entr, Full bath, furn,
TV w/cable, house privi-
leges. Opposite end of
house from owner.
$500/mo. 386-290-3081
ORMOND BEACHSIDE
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$450 util, fully furn amaz-
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house to share w/male
student. 262-844-9370
ORMOND Senior female
seeks same. You will
have 2 furn BR + full
house priv. $100/ wk. +
50% elec. 386-527-8167
PORT ORANGE Large
secluded house w/huge
great room. Furnished
bedroom & open loft.
Perfect for student,
$500/mo. incl. utilities,
cable, wireless internet.
Call Cindy 386-235-1078
PORT ORANGE- $95/wk
gym, heated pool, nice
quiet home, w/d, 40+
comm. on bus line. No
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1st & last 386-566-7239
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Huge apartments; scr.
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completely furnished 2/2.
No smoking/pets. Big
pool area, walk to beach,
olf, stores. $11000/mo.
300 sec. 386-761-7029
DAYTONA Riverfront
Studio Apt. on private
estate, patio w/riverviewr.
Bchside $650 indis utilit-
ies & cable 386-334-4779
DAYTONA BCH Beach-
side 1br., 2nd fir, near
Seabreeze convenient
loc. $750 incls electric &
water, 386-334-4779



DAYTONA BEACH
Central Manor Apts serv-
ing adults 62+ or mobility
impaired. lbd/lba Rent
is based on income.
386-255-2622 EOH &
Handicap accessible.
DAYTONA BEACH 2/2
ground floor end unit, lots
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DAYTONA CONDO
1BR C/H/A ceiling fan,
walk in closet, balcony,
2nd floor, water/pest inc.
$550 dep 386-788-9405
DAYTONA SHORES
Oceanfront, 2/2, $1000
I-term. Incl. water, cable,
3601 S. Atlantic Ave.
Details: 386-767-2029
DAYTONA SHORES-
2/2, Oceanfront, Newly
renovated, furn. Pool,
gym, gar pkg $1295 mo.
+ sec. No Pets. 386-
322-7452 954-609-7639
PELICAN BAY- 2/2,
completely furn, end unit.
Best view, w/d, $795 +
sec. No pets, util payable
w/rent. 386-252-1218
PONCE INLET 2br/2ba,
furnished, 2 story,
beautiful ocean views. No
smoking, small pets ok.
$1200/mo. 407-873-1564
PORT ORANGE Rustic
55+ coom SummerTrees
2/2 quad unit. New kit
cabt, tile, carpet scr.
prch. garage. Free cable.
$850mo. 386-212-4959
PORT ORANGE Gated
Villagio ,3/2. Resort style,
gym, pool, W/D, cable,
water incl. $1950 gets
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2/2, $625/mo. Lrg bright
freshly painted, spotless.
Off Ridgewood near
Publix. Incl. water/ sew-
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VERO BEACH: Move in
special Newly remod-
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$575. Tile, New apple.
Close to Beaches, Parks
& Rest. 772-563-0013


DAYTONA BEACH 1110
Lewis Drive. 4/2 C/H/A,
$750/mo. Or Rent to
Own. 386-295-6294
DAYTONA BEACH 2/1.5
fenced yard LR, porch
large driveway, section 8
welcome. No pets. Avail
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386-852-4596


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DAYTONA BEACH 640
Madison 2-br/1-ba,
C/H/A, Convenient to bus
line. No pets. $600/mo
386-295-6294
DAYTONA BEACH Ab-
solute best value. Almost
2000sf, 3/2/2, completely
updated, lots of tile, new
carpet, ceiling fans, lo-
cated off Nova & 3rd St.
$925 + util 386-237-1295
DAYTONA BEACH
Grand Preserve, 3/2/2,
1600+sfls, all appli, w/d,
comm. pool & picnic, no
smoke/pets. Avail, now.
$1100/mo. 386-214-2506
DAYTONA BEACH
Prestigious Pelican Bay
condo, 2/2, on waterway,
screened lanai. $900/mo.
386-453-5820
DAYTONA BEACH- Built
in 2006, 3/2/1, all app!,
Spruce Creek High
school, $1200/mo. Sect 8
OK Call 561-374-3246
DAYTONA BEACH-
Charming Craftsman! Big
2 story, o3/2, jacuzzi tub,
large lot, fenced yard,
large front porch.
$950/mo. 727-709-5682
DAYTONA BEACHSIDE
3 blocks to beach, Huge
2 story Victorian home.
4/3.5, Ig famn room, Ig eat
in kitchen, formal dining,
wood floors, central a/c,
exclusive Seabreeze
neighborhood. $1495/
mo. + sec. 386-212-6537
DAYTONA BEACHSIDE
Walk to beach, 3/2/1,
New appli, large fenced
yard, new a/c, Near El-
em school. Reduced
$995 + sec. Pets wel-
come! 2725 Dach Ave.
Avail now! 386-453-6545
NEW SMYRNA
BEACHSIDE- 822 Hope
Ave, 1/1 bonus & sun
rm, w/d, 100 yds to
beach, pets negot,
$750/mo, 386-316-9834
ORMOND BCH- North-
brook, Lg 3br/2ba/2CG,
liv/din. rm., huge kit. w/
eat-in area, fireplace,
beautiful area. $1200/mo.
386-441-7080 / 366-0296
ORMOND BEACH
3br/1.5ba, family room.
No dogs. $850/md plus
dep. No section 8.
386-299-6574
ORMOND BEACH Walk
to ocean, beautifully furn.
& immac. 3/2, FL rm
scrnd fr porch. $1800/mo
386-290-0428 / 677-0496


1929 PONTIAC 4-door PONTIAC FIREBIRD '74 FLH SHOVELHEAI
sedan. Very original & Trans Am 2002. DONATE YOUR Car- 3500 mi. after restore b
complete. Runs & drives. Collectors yellow. Last Help Disabled Children Blackgold Daytona
6-cyl split head engine w one made. 2,780 miles. with Camp & Education. Invested $16K, asking
overhaul, honeycomb $25,000 772-465-6173 Quickest Towing. Non- $10K obo 386-453-5820
radiator. $7500/obo or Runners/Title Problems LIFAN 250 CC V-TWII
trade. 386-871-8663 = .A I OK. Free Vacation/ engine motorcycle
1938 CHEVY Street Rod -- ___ __Cruise Voucher. Special almost new. Blue
Chevy V-8 auto. A/C. 2008 HONDA Civic. Kids fund. 866-448-3865 silver. Only 100 mi
Almost perfect condition. Take on a payment of M l DONATE YOUR CAR- Health forces sale. $2501
Interior redone. Asking $119 per month with 0 Boatw- T -il Veteran's Lodging, Inc. obo 386-295-0365
$22,500 561-767-0441 down. Bad credit is ok. Help support homeless MOPED 49CC Wahoo,
MERCEDES- estate sale www. CarZoom Leads o nVeterans & Victims of cycle, cover, helmet
S40 SL 6 .9 corn for details. Dealer. Natural Disasters! It's 1100 mi, electric started
'91 420 SEL 62K\ mi.i 96b 8847271 Fast A&^*Q\ ^^W W ^ E asy* Rece iv a 3 ~umeecn ir
E300D 125K mi. White, 1-888-472-7811 Bene Fast & Easy.Receive a 3 Asking $849 or best offe
rey. Loaded Orig owner. 35 MPGI CHEVROLET B -Vacation Certificate. Call 386-760-3292
$11k each. 561-818-1900 METRO 2001 LSI Sedan BE Ends 1-800e 841-25 WANTED JAPANESI
Auto, cold a/c, new tires, Motorcycles Kawasaki
V. .privately garaged. Ask- C 'I 1970-1980, ZI-900
ing $2650 Call owner ___________ -. KZ900, KZ1000, H2-750
SELL YOUR 386-673-9085 NISSAN SENTRA GXE H1-500, S1-250, S2-250
HOME DONATE YOUR CAR To 96' Immac. cond only WANT EDJUNKCARS S2-350, S3-400, Cash
with an ad in the American Association for 84k miles auto tran 4dr Running or not $200 &4-hrs Paid. 1-800-772-1142 o
Hometown News Cancer Research Say- PW/L, cruise, ice cold air up. We pay cash! 2 4-hrs.0111 1-310-721-0726
5 COUNTIES ing Lives Through Re- 30+mpg. $3600 offer. YAMAHA MAJESTY '05
Martin Etthu search. Fast/Free Tow- 386-253-1775 Affordable & Effective 400cc scooter, backrest
MainCounythru ing, Non-Runners OK. Call Classified Hometown News battery tender, less thai
Ormond Beach! Tax Deductible. Call 7 386-322-5949 386-322-5949 3K mi, like new, $4500
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ORMOND BY THE SEA
Charming 2/2. Incl. W/D,
fenced yard, carportlawn
maint. $875 mo. F/L/S.
No pets. Furn/unfurn.
352-735-5650
ORMOND BY THE SEA
Cute 2/2/1, C/H/A, FL
room, shed, w/d hook-
up, no pets, $850/mo.
407-423-9707
ORMOND BY THE SEA
Spacious 2/1, tile through
out, w/d hook up, C/H/A,
detached garage, off
street pkg, walk to beach!
$850/mo. 386-681-9339
PORT ORANGE New
Smyrna area. Eff. furn.,
inclds util. washing mach.
$595. mo lease. Located
1 mile north of NSB air-
port. 4 mi. to PO. Large
private lot. 386-788-3582
PORT ORANGE 774
Falcon Dr. large 2br/2ba,
2 living rooms, 2 car
garage, great floor plan!
1100/mo. 386-453-5820
PORT ORANGE-
very clean doublewide
spacious 3br/2ba, w/d
hk-up inside, Ig screened
porch, carport. No
smoking/pets $750/mo.
1 year lease. Lawn &
pest incl. F/L/S
386-767-0020
Port Orange- 52 Cypress
Pond Rd .Summer Trees
55+ comm. 2br/2ba
w/comm pool. furn or not
$750. mo Jeanne Bush,
Alexander RE
386-690-9018




HOLLY HILL 2/2, FL rm.
Centrally located, POOL,;
$750/mo, 1st, last & dep.
Available Nov. 1st. Call
610-331-8833
HOLLY HILL Brand new
townhome! 3/2/1, lake-
front, 4 miles from
beach. Great loc. $1100/
mo. + dep 304-421-6828
LAKES OF PINE RUN
3/2, w/d, covered park-
ing, pool, small pets ok.
near Destination Daytona
$1100/mo 386-299-0462
NSB 1BED/1BA Wayne
Ave. Like New- Open
living/dining/kitchen, scr.
porch, 1car gar. No
pets/smokg. $800mo ref.
yr. lease. 386-426-1933


29' GULFSTREAM 2005
Travel Trailer. Like new
cond. Awning w screen
room, slide out lots of
upgrades. $15,000/obo
386-547-4862
COACHMAN SANTARA
Ready to goll! 2002, 32',
Class C, 36K ml, new
tires, very well maint,
many extras included.
EXCELLENT condition,
$30,000 386.253.0209
FLEETWOOD 1996, 33'
fully loaded, excellent
cond. living room pop
out, a/c $13,000 obo
386-882-7352/795-4994




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Owner, 912-529-6198
TENNESSEE
Crossville Cumberland
Plateau. Low taxes!
Safer than the stock
market! Wooded lots
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1-866-490-5263
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931-788-3885
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ORMOND BEACH- The
Trails, 3/2, 1700 sf, 2 car
garage, formal dining rm,
fireplace, comm. pool,
$975/mo. 386-871-8669
PORT ORANGE Rent to
Own Opportunity. Pets
Welcome. 2br/1.5ba TH
gym & pool on site. $850.
mo. 386-846-1515



DAYTONA BEACH Ab-
solute best value! Over
1000sf of living, 2/2, just
remodeled, conveniently
located off Nova & 3rd
St. $675/mo. + utilities
386-237-1295
EDGEWATER-Shangri-
La Village, immac. 2/2,
gar w/opener, quiet adult
area, w/d lawncare incl.
$725/mo. 440-582-3606
Photo ad #37503 www.
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HOLLY HILL 2/2/1, large
home, recently renovate-
d, w/d hookup, no pets 1
year lease. $760/mo. 1st
& sec. 386-295-2533



PORT ORANGE 55+,
2/2, dblwide, furn, no
pets, credit & refs check.
$800/mo. $800/dep.
386-761-1108 / 871-8566
PORT ORANGE Lacos-
ta Village, 40+, 2/2,
screened porch, ) utility
room, pool, clubhouse,
tennis, shuffleboard.
$695/mo. 386-761-2168
PORT ORANGE- Rent to
own. 40+ comm, pool
gym rec room, jacuzzi
library 2/1.5, w/d, near
everything, bus line quiet
$699 386-566-7239 /
677-3511



DAYTONA BEACH: Up
to 9000sq.ft. avail. Re-
tail, Office, Warehouse
Start @ $5/ft 955 Orange
Ave. 561.674.1675
Edgewater: Huge Car lot
Holds up to 50 cars, 2
mechanic bays, 1 detail
area, 3 offices. On busy
USi. Move in today! Only
$2,300/mo. Call Clint
407-325-6138


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TENNESSEE LAND
RUSHI 1+acre to 2acre
homesites, wood, views.
Starting at $59,900. Tenn
River & Nick-a-Jack view
tracts now available! Re-
tirement guide rates this
area #2 is U.S. places to
retire. Low cost of living,
no impact fee.
1-330-699-2741
or 1-866-550-5263,
Ask About Mini Vacation!
TENNESSEE MOUN-
TAIN acreage. 2 acre
beautiful homesite. Mil-
lion $ view Secluded,
utilities, overlooking Ten-
nessee River, close to
Marina, Schools, Shop-
ping! $49,900, low down,
owner financing!
1-330-699-1585
TENNESSEE MOUN-
TAINS 1+ to 2 acre
homesites. Wooded Bluff
& Lake View. Starting at
$59,900. Guaranteed Fi-
nancing! Ask about Mini
Vacation. 3, days, 2
nights & Travel Allow-
ance. 1-866-550-5263
TENNESSEE MOUN-
TAINS 2 acres, breath-
taking view. Building
tract, tall shade trees, riv-
er access, beautiful pris-
tine property. Serenity for
Only $49,900. Owner Fi-
nancing 1-330-699-1585
TEXAS LAND SALE!!
Beautiful 20-acres, Near
Booming El Paso. Good-
Road Access. Surveyed.
Only $15,900.
$200/down, $159/mo.
Money Back Guarantee.
No Credit Checks.
1-800-843-7537
www.sunsetranches.com
TEXAS- 20 acres only
$13,500, -0- down $135
monthly. No credit check.
Roads surveyed. That's
only 1.5 cents per sq. ft.
Free information.
1-800-887-3006 www.
lonestarlnvestment.com


EDGEWATER Modern
medical office, fully built
out interior, 1200 square
feet, 2568 South US1.
407-323-5577
PORT ORANGE small
office 8x12 in the rear of
of Golds Gym/Beall's pla-
za. A/C & heat, includes
all utilities. $150 mo.
386-756-7885

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this ad & get 1 mo Free.
Any size office from 150sf
-4000sf Totally renovated
Beautiful view of Cape
Canaveral. Co Brokers
welcome. Call Miriam at
954-961-0500



HOLLY HILL-
Developers personal unit.
2.5BR/1BA townhome w/
cathedral ceilings &
special crown woodwork.
All tile & wood floors,
separate patio, w/d, large
fenced backyard within
walking distance from
new Publix. $108,000
w/$10,000 down. Owner
financing. No credit
check. Rent $725/mo.
386-767-6071 By appt.

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Book for the Holidays!
Near Dollywood. Plan
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game rooms. Pet
endly. 1-877-215-3335
www.marysescape.com
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TENNESSEE MOUN-
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ins. Owner Financing,
Call 1-888-939-2968
WESTERN KENTUCKY-
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properties. Trophy white-
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80ac lake, timber, build-
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WESTERN NC Moun-
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Log cabin with loft on 2+
acres. View, stream, lev-
el, wooded $86,500 Easy
to Finish 1-828-286-1666
WESTERN NC MTNS-
Must Sell / Reduced
Log Cabin with loft on 2+
acres. View, stream, level
wooded.$86,500 easy to
finish. 828-286-1666




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PORT ORANGE Taylor
Woods, 3/2/2, excellent
cond, screened porch &
backyard. Central to
shopping & schools,
Close to Dunlawton &
1-95 Rent $1150/mo. or
sale $185K. Rent to own
407-452-8680/452-8681
PORT ORANGE 2/1.5,
doublewide in Pickwick
Village, 55+, clubhouse
w/ pool, new carpet &
paint. Must sell! $14,900
Rent $850 717-951-5057




ORMOND BEACH-
New 1250sf warehouse.
Air-conditioned office
$750/mo. Ask about our
new lease signing bo-
nus. 386-672-1276

ORMOND BEACH- lo-
cated north US1, office,
bathroom, 1000 sf, con-
crete block, overhead
door. $495/mo.
386-451-4018 /
672-1276
PORT ORANGE Oak
Centre Business Park.
1000 sq ft & up of ware-
house space with or with-
out offices. Ground Level
or dock high. Also a/c of-
fice space 660 sq ft.
ORMOND BEACH-
Ormond Business Cen-
ter 2400sq ft &up ware-
house space. 1000 sq ft
office space. Located .1
mile So 1-95. Jeanette
386-299-7055 Free Rent
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NORTH CAROLINA-
Winter in the Mountains!
Plan your holiday
memories today. Foscoe
Rentals 1-800-723-7341
www.foscoerentals.com
ST. AUGUSTINE BCH
Oceanview Condo fr $99
nite, or Oceanfront house
fr. $199nite/$1399wk,
Oceanfront wedding $349
or Historic District from
$129nite 904-825-1911
www.sunstatevacation.com


JEEP LARADO 1995,
WINNEBAGO BRAVE- white, 4 wheel drive, cold HUTCHINSON ISLAND -
Own the Best! 1993 27' alc, new tires & battery, RV lot. Nettles Island.
Class A, 6 new Michelins runs good. Asking $2700 #1191 big corner lot.
Island queen bed, Chev 386-252-9437 Water view, Southern
454, 2 TV's, no smoke or A A exposure $800/mo +
pets, excellent fiberglass electric. 518-848-4472
ext. Beautiful oak interior. BESTINTHEAREAI
Private Party REDUCED GARAGE SALE? HOMETOWN NEWS
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17' WELLCRAFT 1999
Boat with trailer, well
maintained, stored inside.
$4000/obo 386-547-4862
23' ALLMAND 1970
Pleasure Boat.
Fiberglass-hardtop with
bracket, no motor.
$1000/obo 386-295-7180
25' CHECKMATE 454
Engine 1989. Runs great!
New trailer, dual axle.
Call 386-566-4221
34' CRUISERS- 334
Espirit Cruise or Live-
A-Board. Air/heat, stove,
micro, refrigerator, full
enclosure, color TV, AM/
FM/CD, VHF, plus more.
Sleeps 6. Runs great,
well maintained. Slip
available. Halifax Harbor
Marina, Daytona Beach
Priced to sell: $29,900
OBO 407-310-2678 (c),
386-424-3220 (work)
Photo ad #34476 www.
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BOAT LIFT 24,000 lb
capacity, remote control,
2- 30 ft. catwalks, gang-
plank $1,000, slalom ski
with boot, new $300.
386-671-0408
BOATS; 1000's of boats
for sale www.florida-
mariner.com reaching 6
million homes weekly
throughout Florida. Tide
charts, Broker Profiles,
Fishing Captains, Dock-
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CENTURY 32' 2000
T-top, Twin Yamaha
250s. Auto Pilot Garmin
Touch Screen electron-
ics. Perfect! $39,900
386-441-8247
Ad online #34464 www.
HometownNewsOL.com
JET SKIS (2) 2003
Yamaha GT80OR and
1996 SeaDoo SPI with
double trailer. $3000
386-527-1310



PATHFINDER 22' Tour-
nament .XL '07, F250
engine, trolling motor,
GPS, SS prop, dual axel
trailer. Full warranty on
boat & motor. I have pur-
chased new boat, so this
is your gain! Asking
$33,000 ($52,000 value).
Catch the fish of your
dreams! 772-341-6105


Barbervllle Zoned B-4
On Hwy 17, building has
1062sf and lot has 116'
frontage x 71' depth
$89,900 Re/Max Prop-
erty Centre Cherie
Stockholm 386-212-2160
DAYTONA BEACH
house/investment prop.
Close to Speedway,
hospital, Embry Riddle,
See info http://sprlngs
publishing.com/101.htm


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DAYTONA BEACH On
US 1. Looking for high
exposure & central loca-
tion? Building & grounds
in terrific cond. $325K
Re/Max Property Centre
386-212-2160 Cherie
Stockholm


ORMOND BEACH -
Office / Retail Condos
1366sf &up Buy or Lease
OWNER FINANCING
Great Location 1/4 mile
to 1-95 on US1
386-299-7055







DELAND TRIPLEX -Built
1926 and is in terrific
shape. Totally remodeled
& keeping the authentic
feel. Must see! $259,900
Re/Max Property Centre
Cherie Stockham
386-212-2160


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