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BUREAU CHIEF



readers.

Election Day. has
COme and gone
The election is behind us,
and it will go down in the
history books as inciting
passion in the country's
leadership.
In the days leading up to
the election, Central Florida
became an important
rallying ground for both
campaigns with the candi-
dates or their representa-
tives making stops and
appearances in the area.
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embroiled in a
protracted battle i
with city com- C
missioner Liz
Towsley, a fired Ade~eyour
former civilian Cal 772-465.!
employee of the
Holly Hill Police
Departments. Ms. agssltey' ha
Shinnamon ~and questioned his
abl tyd Inumerous times since
e ecte ls year.
.But, Chief Shinnamon assures,
his dqcisitohn doappl! for the job
lastt ont led "o ing't o o
5'I'm not u happ here. I love
hHolly Hill and I love the people,
he sai h
Still a. portion of is interview
in Port St. Lucie was focused on
his relationship with the com-
missioner. He said.he explained


before. a seven-
member panel of
city leaders.
"(Chief. Shinna-
m~on) was well 8~l
versed .in police Shinnamon
issues we were
looking at and he was knowl-
edgeable in the profession," said
Jerry Bentrott, Port St. Lucie
assistant city manager.
Eligible for retirement from
the Holly Hill force, Chief Shirt_
11amon said. he feels "young
enough to do other things and
still have fun with my career,
wherever that may be, including
Holly Hill."
To many citizens, Chief Shiri-
namon is known as the man


to
the panel that "every-
where (Ms. Towsley) made coni-
plaints she's been rebuffed" and
that "if it wasn't for the aggrava-
tion factor, it'd almost be enter-
tainin ;"
SThe answer allayed any con-
cerns, Mr.~ Be n r ro t sjaid.
"He was v~ery forthright," he
said. "It. wassomething (the
panel} felt was an issue, and I
think his explanation of the situ-
ation wav~s .accepted y te
gr up;
See Cl-lEF, A7'


civil rights and are a form of'
harassment themselves..
"This is just one rnore way to
make nie look bad in the public
eye because~ I questioned the
police department," she said.
"Well that's my job."
Officially, the men received
temporary injunctions for protec-
tion against repeat, violence,
which requires Ms. Towsley to
have no contact with the men and
to remain at least 500 feet away
from their residences. The orders
do not prevent her from going to
city hall.
The Seventh Judicial Circuit
Court will have a hearing on' the
orders at 8:30 a.m. Nov. 14.
In general, .a "repeat violence"
charge stems from at least two
incidents of stalking, with at least
one of them happening in the past
six months. Stalking, according to,
Florida statute, is harassment that
"causes substantial emotional dis-
tress ... and serves no legitimate
purpose."
'Ms. Towsley worked for Chief
Shinnamon and Cmdr. Barker as a
civilian community service officer
for two years until she was fired in
December 2006.
She has accused the meli of
conspiring to commit bribery and
extortion when they threatened to
sue her if she did not resign from
her position. She also claims th~e
men have misused their public?
positions and violated citizens
rights.
See COPS, A2 .


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Maria Poorman, 4, of Holly Hill attended the Slightly Scary Stories last
Saturday at the Ormond Beach Regional Library. Storytellers -Suzie Shaef-
fer and Terry Deer of Kaleidoscope Storytellers gave a Halloween treat to
children and their parents with storytelling puppets, poetry, songs and
audience participation.


Cinemaique pesen
French coming of age
film.


alcohol, even if they are
located near a school or
church.
The ordinance is part bf a
larger plan to attract a major
chain restaurant to the U.S. 1
corridor.
The city commission voted
against a similar ordinance
this spring after receiving
strong objection from repre-
sentatives of area churches,
who said they worried the
ordinance would encourage
people to drink and would
mt ease argument that
didn't hold water for Mayor
Roland Via, who has fought
for the ordinance.


"Government should not
legislate morality," he said.
This ordinance is "almost
identical," said city planner
Doug Gutierrez.
The ordinance, modeled
after one in Ormond Beach,
caters to.restaurants that are
at least 2,500 square feet in
size, have at least 150 seats
and make at least 51 percent
of their profit from food sales.
Restaurants that meet the
criteria would be able to
move anywhere in the city.
Cere nalchlae hblu Mb ted
from moving within 750 feet
of a church, school or day-
See LIQUOR, A8


Hey,
there's a
fish eating
my fish


Officials say
By Bethany Chambers
bchambers@honietownnewsol.com
HOLLY HILL A liquor
license ordinance nearly
identical to one that failed to
pass six months ago will be
back before the city commis
sioe o eia ce, which will
appear on first reading at the
Nov. 11 meeting, would allow
some restaurants to serve


mle enolo
A bartender serves a drink to a customer at a restau-
rant in Daytona Beach. The Holly Hill city commission
is COnSidening an ordinance similar to the one in Day-
tona Beach that would allow some restaurants to
SerefV 81coh0, including those near a church or school.


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Don Shinnamon a finalist for


Port St. Lucie police chief


Shinnamon: This has nothing


tO do with commission
By Bethany Chambers
bchambers@hometownnewsol.com
HOLLY HILL The city's top
cop may be closing the cold,
.metal bars on his career here
and cuffmng perps in another city
soon.
Last week officials in Port St.
Lucie announced that Don Shin-
namon, Holly Hill's public safety
director for the past seven years,
is a fihalist for their city's police
chief position.
Chief Shinnamon, 55, was one
of 32 applicants for the job to
replace Chief John Sktinner, who
took a job as head of security for
minor league baseball. The city
selected three finalistslast week
after seven, semi-finalists sat


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commissioner: '"this
VIOlates my civil
fightS'
By Bethany Chambers
bchambers@hometownnewsol.com
HOLLY HILL Saying they
have experienced harassment and
stalking and are genuinely fearful,
the city's two highest ranking
police officials obtained tempo-
rary injunctions --, commlonl!
referred to as Irestrairilrig orders -
against a former' city employee-
turned-commissioner.
Public safety director Donald L.
Shinnamon Sr. and police com.
mander Mark D. Barker requested
the court orders against Commis-
sioner Liz Towsley last week.
The men asked for the orders
after Ms. Towsley made a slew of
public records requests and filed
crintinal complaints against them
with various law enforcement
agencies.
"(This) is about her making
baseless complaints against the
two of them, sis she has done for
years, and when theyr are reviewed
and rejected b 'law enforcement
agencies they don't stop," said
attorney Mike, Lambert, who is
representing the mien. "Some-
body's got to stand up for them
and say, 'Stop making accusa-
tions.'"
Ms. Towsley' saidh the ~orders,
which were issued without notice
`to her or her attorney, violate her


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dling of complaints made by
residents regarding drug
dealing in some city neigh-
borhoods.
She said she also believes
Chief Shinnamon is
attempting to keep her from
saying anything that might
hurt his chances at getting a
job in Port St. Lucie, where
he is a firlalist for the police
chiefposition.
"He's scared I'll say some-
thing to ~them," she said. "I
have no intention of stop-
ping him from getting a
job."





In Loving Memory of
Hazld Holmes of Souh Daytoria
Formerly of Matawan, N.J.
Harold was born 2/19/25 and t
entered into rest on 10/29/08
He is survived by his loving wife of 62 years,
Mae. 3 daughters: Lynda & Cliff Hartley of

South Daytona. 7 grandchildren: Brian Sims of
Austin TX, Charlds O'Keefe of Chelsea, MI,
Michael Artelli of Yorktown, VA, Jason
O'Keefe of Port Orange,' Shawn O'Keefe of
Daytona Beach, Megan Davis of Winder, GA,
April O'Keefe of Daytona Beach. 4 great
grandchildren: Enuna, Mc~enna, Owen
O'Keefe & Melinda Artelli. Harold was a
chemical worker with Hercules Powder
Company for 25 years and also worked in the
State Hospital as a water technician in
Marlboro, NJ. He was a World War II Navbl
Amphibian Vet who participated in the
invasions of Normandy onD-Day. He enjoyed
his family and loved being Mr. Fix-it, golf &
travel. Services were held at Central Baptist
Church. Donations can be made to the
American Heart Association or American
Cancer So~ciety.


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Friday, November 7, 2008


A2 Daytona Beach/Holly Hill


Hometown News


The group formed in
opposition to Ms. Towsley
filing civil and criminal
complaints against public
safety director Don Shin-
flamon, police command-
er Mark Barker and for-
mer city manager Joe
Forte.
The group cannot lead a
petition drive to recall
Ms. Towsley until she has
served one quarter of her
term, according to state
guidelines.
With the one-year
extension to her four-year
.term, the group will now
have to wait an additional
three months until Febru-
ary to start the drive.

ba, ''sM bbcoc tsalodo
"People don't want to be
thinking 'recall' and
'Christmas' at the same
time." .
Under the new ordi-
nance, Ms. Towsley and
Commissioner Rick Glass,
who were elected in 2007,
will serve until 2012.
Mayor Roland Via and
commissioners Mark
Reed and John Penny,
elected in 2005, will serve
until 2009.
The elections year
changes were suggested
to the county's 16 cities
this spring by the Volusia


"It's not about the length of the term, it's about
doing what's fiscally responsible. If the political
fallOUt is that it's not popular for us to do this, I
didn't take this job to be popular. I took this job
tO the do the right thing for the citizens of Holly
Hill


voted recently to move
local elections to even-
numbered years, even
though it means commis-
sioners, including the qne
they want ousted, will
keep their seats a little
longer,
The Committee for
Political Integrity, which
first formed as a citizens
group in late April before
becoming a political r
action committee in
August, is campaigning to


remove Commissioner Liz
Towsley as the city's Dis-
trict 4 representative.
But in this case, it was
most important to sup-
port what was best for the
city, the group's founder
said. .
"Even though it does
add to her term, which
none of us are very happy
about, it would save time
and cost less," said Sheila
Hancock, a Holly Hill resi-
dent and business owner.


Commissioner John Penny

Towvsley, voted against
moving elections to even-
numbered years and
extending commission-
ers' terms.
fle said he preferred to
keep elections in odd-
numbered years so they
would remain nonparti-r
san.
"The reason why some
of the cities voted this for-
ward is real simple: some
of the' people are term-
limited and are going to
get an extra year," Mayor
Via said.
'Ms. Towsley, however,
said she just didn't think
it was fair to the public to
extend anyone's term,
including her own.
"I think we dropped the
ball here," she said. "I
think it should have been
put to the public as to
what they wanted us to
do."


County Supervisor of
Elections Ann McFall in
order to meet new ~state
laws. Many cities, includ-
ing Ormond Beach and
Daytona Beach, have
already voted to go to
even-numbered years,
extending officials' terms.
In Holly Hill, the change

Glaass,suMppo Re abyd M .
Penny, who cited the cost
savings and additional
voter turnout.
"It's not about the
length of the term, it's
about doing what's fiscal-
ly responsible, Mr. Penny
said. "If the political fall-
out is that it's not popular
for us to do this, I didn't
take this job to be popu-
lar. I took this job to the
do the right thing for the
citizens of Holly Hill."
The city will probably
save about $5,000 a year,
Mayor Via estimated. Still
he, along with Ms.


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From page Al

Being "constantly accused
of crimes," Mr. Lambert
said, has worn :his clients
thin over time.
Ms. Towsley was served
with the orders Saturday
evening, at which time she
turned over one firearm to
the Volusia County Sheriff's
Office as required.
The order also requires
Ms. Towsley to have an
attorney co-sign any com-
plaints regarding past
events she might file with
law enforcement agencies
before the hearing.
Ms. Towsley, whose last
complaint to the State Attor-
ney's Office is dated Sept. 2,
said she has no plans to file
further complaints.


The court denied requests
by Chief Shinnamon and
Cmdr. Barker to prevent Ms.
Towsley from talking to the
media.
Mr. Lambert said the men
had been working on their
petitions for about a month'
an assertion Ms. Towsley calls
"bogus."
"If I'm that much of an
immediate threat," she asked,
"why have they taken a
month to file?"
She said she believes the
orders were filed because
she questioned Chief Shin-
namon at a recent commis-
sion meeting over his han


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bers of a political action
committee spearheading
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commissioner said they
don't object to the fact
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because she's so calm, he said. However, it makes her
unsuitable for life in the wild.
SFalcons, with narrow pointed wings, tear-dropped shaped
body and narrow tails, out-fly virtually any other bird and
are the inspiration for jet fighter designs, he said.
They perform high speed dives called stoops, reaching
speeds of up to 180 miles-per-hour.
Raptors are often spotted around Volusia County, Mr.
Brothers said.
"I saw 32 Peregrine Ealcons last Monday, out over the
ocean," he told attendees. "They are migrating down to
spend the winter in South America and Central America or
the Caribbean islands."
And there's no better place to spot a Bald Eagle than at the
Tomoka Landfill.
"We have the largest population outside of Alaska," Mr.
Brothers said. "I've seen as many of 60 there in a day."
Some raptors, such as Otis, an Eastern Screech Owl, look
deceptively harmless.
Edgewater resident David Guinan, 9, was charmed by the
`diminutive owl.
"He's cute," David said. "He looks cute and cuddly."
On the other hand, Bobo, a Great Horned Owl with the
familiar, large yellow eyes and distinctive ear tufts, appeared
more formidable.
Only six months old, Bobo could expect to live up to 25
years on a diet of frozen rilice and chicks.
1Vlr. Brothers encourages residents to attend the educa-
tional program for the rare opportunity to see these "mas-:
ters of the sky" up close.
The' Marine Science Center, located at 100 Lighthouse
Drive, is open Tues. through Sat. from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m.
and Sundays from noon until 4 p.m. and is closed on Mon-
days,
Admission is $5 for adults, $4 for seniors, $2 for youth and
children under three are free.
For more information on when .the raptor program is
scheduled call (386)304- 5545.


New program brings natures 'top
gns' to visitors
By Jeanne Willard
Willard@hometownnewsol.com
PONCE INLET They're considered the "top guns" pf
nature
Soaring majestically through the air, the stealthy birds of
preyv known as raptors have long fas-
chnated humans and even
inspired modern aircraft design.
Now people can get close to
the elite winged-predators,
which include hawks, eagles,
falcons and owls, at Volusia
County's Marine Science Cen-
ter in Ponce Inlet as, part of its
new "Raptor ,Live" learning
program.
Free wiith paid admission,
.the classroom presentation
showcasing four hive raptors
introduces visitors to birds
that are found in Volusia
County.
-6"Not many people get a
~"chance to seei raptors from a
few feet away," said Michael
=~Brothers, director. .
t a recent program Leopold, a
fierce looking Red-Tailed Hawk
perched on Mr. Brothers' arm, exhibiting the two defining
characteristics of a raptor sharp hooked talons and a sharp
hooked bill.
"These talons are extraordinarily sharp," he said. "They
are capable of piercing an animal and puncturing vital
organs."
If not for the protective gear he wears,
he said the raptors talons would go right iMI '
through his arm to the bone.
"As big and powerful as this raptor is, .
he's just a youngster," Mr. Brothers said,
"About 6 months old~."
Raptors all share the same "tools" to
capture their prey, he said.
Volusia County, is home to a wide
variety of raptors, including the Red-
Shoulder Haw\k, Red-Tailed Hawk,
Broad-Winged Hawk, American Kestrel
Falcon, Peregrine Failcon, Bald Eagle,
Eastern Screech Owl and the Great .
Horned Owl.
Priscilla, a 3-year-old Southeastern
Kestral Falcon, appeared unfazed byr the
dozen people attending the recent pres-
entation as she sat on Mr. Brothers
arm.
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that lost their nest, Priscilla was rescued

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avid boaters may become
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Coordinators with the
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President
Barack Obama

U.S. Representative
District 7
John Mica-R-Casselberry
State Senator
District I
Anthony C. "Tony" Hill Sr.-
D-Jacksonville
Louis J. Tart- CPF-Hastings

District 7
Evelyc Lynn-R-Ormond

State Representative
Distri Pte on-R-DeLand


District 27
Dwayne L,. Taylor-)-
Daytona Beach

Volusia County Sheriff
'Ben Johnson-Glenwood


Volusia County Property
Appraiser
Morgan Gilreath Jr.-DeLand

Volusia County Supervisor
of Elections
Ann McFall-Deltona

Volusia County Council
District 2
Nancy Epps, Josh Wagner-
Recount in process at press
time

Volusia Soil and Water
Conservation District


MayPlevatte-Seville


GHPM 4lBurton-Ormond
Beach

State Amendment 1 (Aien
property rights) No


State Amendment 2
(Marriage protection) Yes

State Amendment 3 -
(Property improvements
assessments) Yes
State Amendment 4
(Conservation property tax
exemption) Yes
State Amendment 6
(Working waterfront
assessment) Yes
State Amendment 8 (Local
option community college
funding) 190o

OExeopntidn o heissltelilmits)
Yes

Ormond Beach issue 2
(four-year terms) No
OrmondBeachissue 3
(Eliminating primary
elections) Yes


named their school's Teacher
of the Year and are nominated
for theVolusia County
Schools 2010 Teacher of the
Year.
A banquet for the 70
nominees, who were chosen


by teacher vote, will be held
Nov. 13. A winnerr will~~1 .
selected at a gala Friday, Jan.
30 at the Hilton Daytona .
Beach Oceanwalk Resort.
Nominees from Daytona
Beach schools include:
*Catherine Diane Clow,
Campbell Middle School
*Susan H. Boyle, Hinson
Middle ntet
*Maureen Duzs, Lonsre
Elementary
Ella T. Godbee, Mainland
High School
Katie I.Amaral, Ortona
Elementary
*Nicole Maynard, Palm
Terrace Elementary
Delphenia Williams
SBartee, Ririe T. Small Elemen-
tary .
Tamika S. Harvard,
Westside Elemeritary

Nominees from Holly Hill
schools include:
*Barbara McGloin Hoff-
man, Holly Hill Elementary
*Karen M. Troutman, Holly
Hill Middle School
*Jennifer Samar, Hurst
FElementary


VOLUSIA COUNTY-
Teachers from eight Daytona
Beach schools and three .
Holly Hill schools found out
last week they're the best and
the brightest.
The teachers were each


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on charges of tampering with
evidence. Bail was set at
$1,200.
*Theodore Carter Jr., 43, of
120 N. Adams St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested Oct. 25
on charges of burglary to an
occupied residence. Bail was
set at $1,000.
*Matthew Luke Edmonds,
18, of 1733 S. Clyde Morris
Blvd., No. 301, Daytona
Beach, was arrested Oct. 25
on charges of possession of
burglary tools. Bail was set at
$2,000.
*Branden J. E? Hubbert, 21,
of 109 Manatee Crossing, No.
102, Daytona Beach, was
arrested Oct. 26 on charges of
aggravated battery. Bail was
set at $5,000. '-
*Bryan Christopher Ful-
more, 48, of 340 North St.,
Daytona Beach, was arrested
Oct. 26 on charges of grand
theft. Bail was set at $2,000.
*William Walker Evans, 22,
of 405 Whitney St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested Oct. 26
on charges of principle to rob-
bery. Bail was set at $3,000.
*Jerome Keith Horton, 23,
of 608 Cassin St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested Oct. 26
on charges of resisting arrest.
with violence and two counts
of battery on a law enforce-
ment officer. Bail was set at
$8,000.
*Tr~avis Mims, 21, of 1000 S.
Nova Road, No. 1301, Daytona
Beach, was arrested Oct. 27
on charges of retail theft. Bail
was set at $1,000.
*Christopher Lee Boyd, 48,
of 316 North St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested Oct. 27
on charges of battery on alaw
enforcement officer. Bail was
set at $6,500.
*Leslie Joy McNeil Jr, 27, of
926 Kingston Ave., Daytona
Beach, was arrested Oct. 27
on charges of possession of
cocaine with intent to distrib-
ute and possession of
cannabis with intent to dis-
tribute. Bail was set at $5,000.
*Walter Jaures Williams, 45,
of 112 Jesse Court, Dayto~a
Beach, was arrested Oct. 27
on charges of possession of
cocaine. Bail was set at $2,500.
*Janice Renee Gaddy, 47, of


721 W. Moreland Ave., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested Oct.
28 on charges of possession of
cocaine. No bail was set.
*Sylvia Renee McCorvey, 24,
of 640 State St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested Oct. 28
on charges of possession of
cocaine. Bail was set at $1,000.
*Tenesha Monique Swan-
son, 29, of 1319 Moore St.,
Daytona Beach, was arrested
Oct. 28 on charges of deposit-
ing an item with intent to
defraud. Bail was set at $1,000.
*Curtis Lewis Fountain, 30,
of 213 Garden St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested Oct. 29
on charges of the sale/distri-
bution of cocaine within 1,000
feet of a church and throwing
a deadly missile into a vehicle.
Bail was set at $20,000.
*Jimmy L. Gordon Jr., 21, of
1830 S. Clyde Morris Blvd., No.
46, Daytona Beach, was
arrested Oct. 29 on charges of
tampering with a witness,
battery and criminal mischief.
Bail was set at $3,000.
.*James Eddie McClaine, 44,
of 635 Iferkshire Road, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested Oct.
29on charges ofpossession of
cocaine. Bailwas set at $2,500.
Frankie Arthur Smith m, 23,
of 612 S;.Keech St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested Oct. 29
on charges of carrying a con-
cealed firearm. Bail was set at
$1,500.
*Lori Ann Cestaro, 51, of
835 S. Peninsula Drive, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested Oct.
30 on charges of grand theft.
Bail was set at $5,000.
*Justin Glenn Todaro, 28, of
1401 S. Clyde Morris Blvd.,
Apt. 49, Daytona Beach, was
arrested Oct. 30 on charges of
two counts of uttering a
forged bill. No bail was set. .
*Ricky Wingate, 51, of 316
North St., Daytona Beach, was
arrested Oct. 30 on charges of
fraudulent use of a credit
card. Bail was set at $5,000.
*Darius Robert Ruedi, 40, of
239 N. Peninsula Ave., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested Oct.
30 on charges of possession of
marijuana. Bail was set at
$5,500.
*Henry Lee Jones, 54, of 606
Cannon. St., Daytona~ Beach,


was arrested Oct. 30 on
charges of failure of sex
offender to change address.
Bail was set at $2,500.
*Zachary Anthony
Edwards, 43, of 701 Kingston
Ave., Daytona Beach, was
arrested Oct. 30 on charges of
aggravated battery. Bail was
set at $6,000.
*Brandon Lavertt Miles, 19,
of 1654 S. Palmetto Ave., No.
114, Daytona Beach, s
arrested Oct. 30 on charges of
strong-arm robbery. Bail was
set at $5,000.,
*Owen William Darr Jr., 43,
of 715 Harve St., No. 4, Day
tona Beach, was arrested Oct.
30 on charges of possession of
cocaine; Bail was set at $1,500.

Volusia County :
Sheriffs Office

*Michael Bernard George,
40, of 712 Hawk St., Dayrtona
Beach, was arrested Oct. 24
on charges of possession of
cocaine. Bail was set at $1,500.
*Anthony G. Menga, 55, of 4
Coachrnans Court, Daytona
Beach, was arrested Oct. 25
on charges of possession of
cocaine. Bail was set at $~1,500.
*Mary Jane Katzenbach, 24,
of 1202 Eighth St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested Oct. 28
on charges .of aggravated
assault with a deadly weapon.
No bailwas set.
*Reginald Dwight Lump_-
kin, 41, of 1634 Espanola Ave.,
Holly Hill, was arrested Oct.
29 on charges of intent to sell
cocaine. Bailwas set at $4,000.
*Peter Alan Price, 54,~ of 112
Madison Ave., Daytona
Beach, was arrested Oct. 29
on charges of failure to regis-
ter as a sex offender. Bail was
set at $1,500.
*Katherine Christine Mat-
son, 111, of 1924 Donald Place,
Daytona Beach, was arrested
Oct. 30 on charges of armed
burglary and grand theft. Bail
was set at $5,000.
*Telik Damir Shropshire, 19,
of 462 Brentwood Drive, No. 6,
Daytona Beach, was arrested
Oct. 30 on charges of armed
burglary and grand theft. Bail
was set at $5,000.


Wanted per-
son: unknown
white male

Reason want-
ed: theft of
diamond ring

Location of 4
incident: J.C.
Penny, Day- i
tona Beach

Date of inci-
dent:
Oct. 7





Crime Stoppers of
Northeast Florida is
seeking information
-regarding the identity
of a man who stole
valuable jewelry from
J.C. Penny in Daytona
Beach. The suspect,
whose image was cap-
tured on the store's
surveillance system,
told a salesperson at
the store that he want
ed to upgrade his
wife's diamond ring
When the sus ect was
shown a three carat
ring valued at $11,000,
he ran out of the store
with the ring, jumped
into a white, two-door
passenger car that
may have been a


Honda and drove off.
A man with a similar
description stole a ring
in much the same
manner on Sept. 29
from a J.C. Penny store
in Orlando.


Anyone who re'cog-
nizes the man in the
picture or who has
information regarding
these thefts is asked to
call Crime 'Stoppers
toll-free at (888) 277-
TIPS or ,text "TIP231
and the message" to
CRIMES. Callers to
Crime Stoppers will
remain anonymous
and can qualify for a
reward of up to $1,000.


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Daytona Beach
Police Department
*Dorothy Denise Green, 46,
of 204 N. Caroline St., Apt. F3,
Daytona Beach, was arrested
Oct. 24 on charges of dealing
in stolen property. Bail was set
at $2,500.
*Dubois Monroe Heath, 26,
of 1300 North St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested Oct. 24
on charges of resisting arrest
with violence and trafficking
cocaine. Bail was set at
$35,000.
*Eric Louis Johnson, 31, of
124 Orange Ave., No. 30, Day-
toria Beach, was arrested Oct.
24 on charges of battery on a
corrections officer. No bail
was set.
*Vladyslay Vovnenko, 18, of
ach Plaza BlvdtedDayto a
Be c, was arrested Oc.
on charges of two counts of
aggravated battery, shooting
in occupied vehicle, aggravat-
ed assault and discharging a
firearm in public. Bail was set
at $50,000.
*Anthony Eugene Vance,
21, of 1049 Brentwood, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested Oct.
24 on charges of unlawful
possession of a controlled
substance. Bail was set at

$3 00meal R. Toliver 21, of
204 N. Caroline St r, At.F3
Dayt~ona Beach, was arrested
Oct. 25 on charges of dealing
in stolen property. Bail was set
at $2,500.
*Kory Kanard Toliver, 20, of
212 N. Caroline St., Apt. F3,
Daytona Beach, was arrested
Oct. 25 on charges~ of armed
robbery. Bail was set at $5,000.
*Joseph Jack~son Jr., 57, of
602 Vera St., Daytona Beach>
was arrested Oct. 25 on
charges of possession of
cocaine. Bail was set at $2,000.
*William James Reilly, 46, of
530 Vermont Ave., No. 3, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested Oct.
25 on charges of lewd/1ascivi-
ous conduct and lewd/lascivi-
ous exhibition. Bail was set at
$20,000.
*Herman Robinson Jr., 33,
of 940 Miller Court, Daytonae
Beach, was arrested Oct. 25


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Looking for a few good Marines

A local crew of Marines will celebrate the 233rd birth-
day of the United States Marine Corps at 1700 hours on
Monday at. theORivergrille on ht T wka oa~te at 9O

Saloon. And of course it will lie held on Nov. 10, the
birthday of the~ Corps. A birthday cake will be provided.
Please bring your significant other. Semper Fi!

Elderly couple thankful for man's help

My husband and I, both of whom are elderly, were at
Publix on Ridgewood in Holly Hill recently when our van
would not start. We didn't know what to do.
We had our hood up and were clearly in need.' Several
police officers passed right by us without stopping. But a
commander for the Ormond Beach fire department
came, out of the store and went out of his way to help us.
He even waited to make sure we were all right in getting
home.
Our thanks out to that kind man.

Resident hopes family-
friendly restaurant stays open .

Sonny's BBQ in Ormond Beach and on International
Speedway Boulevard are closing down very soon and
reopening under new ownership as a "Gator Tails" sports -
bar/restaurant.
I just.found out recently; that the same thing may hap-
pen to Sonny's in Port Orange. My family and I and many
of our friends have been going to Sonny's in Port Orange
for years now. We love the food, family atmosphere and
the service. If this location shuts down, there will be no
Sonny's to go to in the area. I're sure that other people
like me do not want another sports bar in the area.
Port Orange is a family-oriented town, and we want to
keep family type restaurants here.
What about the dedicated employees who have been
working there all this time? What's going to happen to
them? It's not only the food that bring customers in, but
the staff as well.
If anyone is its upset as I am about this situation, write
to ,Sonny's BBQ headquarters of: call Soliny's in Port
Orange to tell them how you feel. The telephone num-
ber is (386) 788-6363.

Driver feels cyclists don't share the road

.4 "'itM "?gmhrf'sofie the usta a kB pt I wou
Snday mornings. It seems the bicyclists think they own

them the yri ir ea k. Teh ridwhin a Icw loming t e


dn even ddrn o oe tvereotdhe oc trs prmk byn isni-
tTheadhave no courtesy to the crs tha th e to share

row tes pitoeodbth "Se ytce tRod 't la right on
Maybe a few tickets from the sheriff or park patrol
might do the trick.

Drill here, drill now?

Before we continue to suck every last drop of domestic
oil out of the earth, before we sacrifice our beaches and
shores, before we continue to harm the environment
and contribute to global warming, before wye continue to
sacrifice additional lives on our roadways, shouldn't we
sacrifice just a bit?
We know that driving a vehicle at 80 or 90 miles per





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hour consumes excessive amounts of fuel~ and con-
tributes equally excessively to pollution and global
warming.
In addition, excessive speed makes our roads danger-
ous and often fatal. Not to mention that wasting fuel
increases the demand, which in turn increases the price.
It's time that we decrease the national speed limit by
10 miles per hour. Decreasing your speed by 10 miles per
hour from 70, 80 or 90 will increase your gas mileage by
at least 10 percent. Imagine paying 10 percent less for
fuel. If everyone decreased their fuel consumption .by 10
percent, we would decrease demand, thus decreasing
price. We've already seen what a decrease in demand has
done to fuel prices recently; imagine the price even
lower.

The price of gas could go up after election
There is a thought that came to mind the last couple of
days: Why has the price of gas dropped so much lately?
Not that I'm complaining, but do they have all those
refineries and platforms fixed all of a sudden, or is it a
temporary "sacrifice" by the oil companies to influence
the elections?
I fear they will make up for it after the election with
some made-up excuse, so be ready for $5 a gallon?
I just dbn't trust anybody anymore, only friends.

peFSOnal responsibility

A couple of years ago, I needed a car to drive to work. I
really wanted a. black Mercedes SL 500, but I couldn't
afford one. So I acted responsibly and bought an old,
used car instead.
I wanted a big house on the beach, too, but I couldn't
HfonH tas eitheas dI ceuht asmmal nhous s v rimhnle

of going in de ,dlI decide to open a savings account and

gTh i whn tT ,eonsible pei le do. They dn't always
ge svryhng tes annt bu nsead tw iehad chos utn lv
budgthi whiH Men cTS thep adoaHemr
cures mo pea taateehmemt o ses thadey buy aman-


sion on the river instead, which is only 500 percent over
budget
The pool wasn't quite large enough, so they had it
ripped out and had an Olympic-sized one put in. When
they couldn't afford to make the payments, they just bor-
rowed more money from foreign countries and promised
that the taxpayers would pay it back with interest
instead of selling the property atid downsizing.
Since they were already hopelessly in debt, they decid-
ed to burden future generations of taxpayers with more
debt by purchasing all new designer furniture for the
mansion along with a new fleet of Cadillac Escalades.
A few citizens who were paying attention made a fuss
about the irresponsible behavior, so the government
acted quickly. It formed a committee consisting of the
people who caused the problem, and they decided to
borrow more money from the foreign countries to pay
for their misdeeds and then claimed responsibility for


fixing the problem. Then' they raised taxes on the taxpay-
ers to pay for it for years to come.
This is exactly how our government treats us. Clearly
they see us only as a source of revenue for them to waste
or to realize personal gain. What happened to a govern-
ment by the people and for the people? What happened
to responsible behavior and moral character?

Green arrow needed at intersection

I have been confused for some time now about the rea-
soning:behind the traffic lights con Nova Road between
Flomich Avenue and Third Street. I don't understand
why Third Street is the only light that has a continuous
green for left turns from Nova, while Sixth, Eighth and
15th have to wait for a green arrow.
I left out 11th, 13th arid Flomich Avenue because I
understand they are busier intersections. I even undejr-
stand that safety may be an issue, but why is Thirrd
exempt from thiis? Could it be because of the businesses
located on that corner?
Taking. into consideration these rpd left arrows may be
necessary, but does the wait at 15th Street have to be so
long? Later in the evening it is shorter.
Many times I see people .just rul "ir 'red; I assume
because they are tired of waiting. I have even seen peo-
ple make a right on 15th, u-txtrn and come at the light to
cross Nova Road just to, avoid waiting as long.
How can this be safer than turning on a green arrow?

I0 reSponsel to distasteful rants
about Edgewater

Please, this is a wonderful town/city to live grow qp in
an rai t ch idt en. The pee e who run oiur fnf eit hve


As for the fire chief becoming interim manager, I say

Balw o anoitlietpro h anw rhi t b.hr


th rdy ain yahngte t ar pfitwashyour sonrsdaughoub or any

eoo e seem to foget the mplo ees of Edageatser re
are trying to raise and support. What makes you think
that only you as a employee would be any better (arro-
gance maybe?). I guess it was OK for you to work and col-
lect a paycheck for your family, but you would cut anoth-
er off so your water bill won't get raised. This is very
selfish. Not all employees are goof-offs as you may like to
lead others to thmnk.
One ranter said they moved here a few years ago. This
city has been here for many years and has done just fine
until a lot of know-it-alls moved here and want things
their way. I bet you moved here because where ever you
came from was really expensive to live.
One day you may be in need of one of those officers
that have a new car at their honie, and you riay be gl'ad
that they were closer than they could be if they did not
have immediate access to the car.
We have lived in this city for all of our lives; we love
this city and do not like you slamming our city with
awful words. Shame on you. Be kind and be fair.


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Mr.Welze'nbach said.
As for the rest of the plan,
the staff and residents will
also13e predicting factors such
as population ~in 2035, Mr.
Welzenbach said.
"It is a snapshot," he said.
"It is a plan, it is not meant to
be a predictor."
A big component of the
Long Range 'Itansportation
Plan is the public input, Mr.
Welzenbach said.
Edgewater resident Ferdi-
nand Heeb has been on the
MPO's Citizen's Advisory
Committee for several years.
Mr. Heeb is advocating for a
new corridor for the South-
east Volusia area to be includ-
ed in the 2035 plan.
The corridor would con-
nect Port Orange, New Smyr-
na Beach, Edgewater and Oak
Hill with an "extension" .of
Nova Road to eliminate traiic
off ofUS 1.
"The community is devel-
oping," Mr. H~eel$ said. "We
only have one corridor north
to south. We need to start
planning for (another)."
Mr. Heeb said he has wit-
nessed firsthand Ihow impor-
tant managing traffic and
growth is when he lived in the
Miami and Fort Lauderdale
area years ago.
"You see a deer path
become a six lane road," he


said. "If you don't do your
homework, there will be unin-
tended consequences."
People react more to the
pressure of trafilic because it
affects them directly, usually
.daily, Mr. Heeb said.
As for funding, Mr. Heeb
said he feels the county
shouldn't have problems.
"For a major corridor run-
ning through the county, dif-
ferent funds will be available,"
he said.
Mr. Welzenbach said he
encourages residents to.par-
ticipate in the workshops,
with 'ideas for projects or
funding.
"We welcome the public t9
come," he said. "We have an
outreach to the public.
During the 2025 plan devel-
opment, more than 700 peo-
ple came to more than 30
workshops, he said.
During the workshops,-resi-
dents are usually placed into
.groups and have to come to a
consensus on various proj-
ects, Mr. Welzenbach said.
They also get to try their hand
at budgeting the projects, he
said.
With all the information
from the' public workshops in
place, MPO staffi will create a
document and presentation
for the County Council for
adoption.


included in previous plans
and make adjustments to
their completion scheduled
as needed,
Before any projects can
begin, they must be included
in the Long Range Trans-
portation Plan, which
includes not only road con-
struction, but also public
transit and bike and pjedestri-
an paths and facilities. .
"It is the guiding document
for what projects the county
will pursue," said KarlWelzen-
bach, executive director of the
MPO.
Mr. Welzenbach said it is
dillicult to predict the future,
especially when the plan
requires the funding to be
available for anyi projects list-
ed
''The increase in gas prices,
the housing market, the Wall
Street bust. None of that was
predicted," he said.
With all of those factors
now known, the countyis p~re-
dicting decreased revenue for
road projects, Mr. Welzen-
bach said. ,
The county generates
money for projects two ways:
gas tax and impact fees, both
of which have been ailected
by the recent tough financial
times.
"As we can anticipate, (the
funding) is not a rosy picture,"


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his competition, his back-
ground in larger depart-
me~nts stuck out to the
panel, Mr. Bentrott said.
Chief Shinnamon was
chief of operations when
he retired from the Balti-
more County Police
Department in Maryland
after 26 years. He wenit on
to take high ranking jobs
with the Gamnesville
Police Department and a
national community
po 1cmng program.

th ug tilat HollgotH hi
feet wet in other parts of
government.


"I had a broad base of
police experience," he
said, "but Holly Hill gave
me the ability to expand
into fire services" and
serve, for a time, as assis-
tant city manager. .
He also has a Master's in
business administration
from~ the University of
Baltimore and completed
a fellowship at the Har-
vard John .F. Kennedy
School of Government.
The news that Chief
Shinnamon had applied
for another job came as a .
surprise to city manager


Tim Harbuck, who credit-
ed the chief for running "a
very- efficient depart-
ment" with fast fire and
police response times,
"I'm all for somebody
improving themselves,
moving up and forward,"
he said. "He told me he'd
like more of a challenge."
This is the only job he
has applied for, Chief
Shinnamon said. He will
have a final interview in
Port St. Lucie in Novem-
ber and a candidate
should be selected fiby
early D~ecember. i


Volusia County is looking to futum


transportation needs


MPO start g
tWO-year process
planning for 2035
By Jamye Durrance ,
Durrance@hometownnewsol.com
VOLUSIA COUNTY The
county is working on the
future.
oh Voli CorlOt g to
ton has begun a series of
workshops where county staly
and residents have begun
plnigtranspo~rt to~n proj-

The MPO is a transporta-
tion review board comprised
of representatives from both
local government and trans-
portaetion agnc a e Tan-

portation Plan, which is
required by both the state and
federal government, antici-
pates the county's transporta-
tion needs for the next twenty
years.
The last transportation .
plan, for 2025, was adopted by
the County Council in 2005.
The 2035 plan will be
designed in a series of work-
shops over the next two years. ,
The County Council is expect-
ed to adopt the plan in 2010.'
The 2035 plan will also
review the status of projects .


Chief
From page Al
The other finalists for
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Stay, head of security- for
Ginn Company, a resort
chain based in Celebra-
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County undersheriff, and
Joseph Curreri, a captain
third class for the Los
Angeles Police Depart-
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Friday, November 7, 2008


Hometown News


A8 Daytona Beach/Holly Hill


Beach, President Trudie
Kibbe Reed held a Get Out
the Vote rally, and nearly
3,000 students marched or
took a bus to the polling
site. Dr. Reed has long
promoted voting as a duty
and hard-fought right,
particularly for African-
Americans, and said young
people have an obligation
to be involved in the
process.

Fire cost business
$350,000.

Fire investigators now say
a blaze that gutted a picture
frame manufacturing
warehouse in Daytona
Beach was accidental. The
building was fully engulfed
when firefighters arrived at
Top Gallery on Segrave
Avenue. The fire was so
intense, the roof collapsed.
Investigators said the fire
started in the processing
room where workers use
laminate to protect and
preserve pictures. No one
was hurt, but damages are
estimated at well over
$350,000.

Trila f0? SeX Sting
COuld be in two
Weeks

AVolusia County judge
will decide whether the case
against former Daytona
Beach City Commissioner
and mayoral candidate


Mike Shallow should go to
trial. Shallow was one of
nine men busted in a Sears
bathroom sex sting a year
ago. His attorney said an
undercover officer tried to
provoke Shallow, who was
alone in an enclosed
bathroom stall and said he
had a right to expect
privacy. Prosecutors said
Shallow lost that right
because he engaged the
undercover officer by
making provocative sounds
and moving his foot into the
adjoining stall. The defense
is asking the judge to
dismiss the charges, while
the state thinks there is
enough to go forward. The
judge expects to rule in two
weeks. A

Coast Guard saves
fiVe people
Fall winds have made for
some uncertain weather
along the coast. This is the
time of year northeast
winds blow on shore,
leading to some erosion
and rough' seas. Recently,
the Coast Guard rescued
five people aboard a
disabled sailboat about five ,
miles east of Daytona
Beach. The boat became
disabled in 8- to 10-foot
seas where the wind wvas
gusting up to 40 miles per
hour. The Coast Guard
towed the sailboat with all
five people aboard to Port
Canaveral. They remind
boaters to file a float plan


and have proper safety
equipment on board.

Woman arrested for
Stabbing man

A Holly Hill woman was
arrested on aggravated
battery charges after police
in Daytona Beach say she
stabbed a man in a fight
over money. Reginald
White, 29, was riding in a
van with the suspect, Erica
Neeley, 30, and another
woman. Police say as the
vehicle passed near
Bethune-Cookman Univer-
sity, the two started to
argue, and as Mr. White
moved to get out of the
vehicle, he was stabbed
twice. Mr. White stumbled
into a university building
for help and was taken to
the hospital. Suspect Neeley
was arrested ait a home in
Holly Hill.

TOGR Sends threaten-
Ieg feXt messages
Police in Daytona Beach
arrested a 16-year-old boy
who they say sent threaten-
ing text messages to a local
high school. Police are not
releasing the juvenile's
name, but say he is a former
Seabreeze High School
student who had recently
been expelled. Police say
the teen sent text messages .
to a current student at the
high school, threatening to
hurt other students there.
The boy is charged with a
misdemeanor of disrupting .
an educational institute or


school board.

Ormondl doctor to
Serve 30 days in jail
An Ormond Beach
doctor, accused of imper-
sonating an officer but
found guilty of a lesser
charge, will spend 30 days
in jail and has had his
medical license suspended.
A judge sentenced Jerrold
Ecklind to a year probation,
with the first 30 days served
in jail. Dr. Ecklind was first
accused of pretending to bje
a cop last April when he
broke up a fight in Daytona
Beach. A jury instead
convicted Dr. Ecklind dn a
charge of improper exhibi-
tion of a weapon. Citing the
crime and a psychiatric
review, state health officials
said Dr. Ecklind is unfit to
practice medicine at this
time.

Young man killed in
cai crash

An off-dutyVolusia
County Sheriff's deputy
made a grim discovery
whenrhe came on a car
crash in the Trails subdivi-
sion of Ormond Beach.
Police said Weston Tome,


19, who lived in the area,
was killed when he
slammed his car into
several trees in the median
in the 300 block of Main
Trail. His 21-year-old
passenger, Kyle Lavelle, was
badly hurt. Police said the
driver was going twice the
speed limit when he drifted
off the road and into the
trees,

Hate crime caused by
mental MinOSS

A Port Orange man
accused of a hate crime in
Daytona Beach has been
moved out of the jail and
into a state psychiatric
hospital until his compe-
tency is restored. Nekedia
Cato, 25, was riding her
bicycle along South Atlantic
Avenue last summer when
police said Thomas Cosby,
56, deliberately ran her
down with his car because
she is black. Cosby was
being held without bond,
but the court said the case
can't move forward until
Cosby is deemed compe-
tent to face the charges. His
attorney said mental illness
and not hate led Cosby to
act. Cosby's insurance
company has settled with
the young woman.


the one the conunission
reviewed last spring is that
the commission has since
passed a "reciprocal ordi-
nance" that holds churches
and schools to the same stan-
d odso hs businesses that sell
SThe ordinance creates the
appearance of pEarity, with
churches' now~ expressly able
to move near restaurants if

th nw rdnan se p ass.
license ordinance before, said
passing the reciprocal ordi-
nance changed his mind.
"We're trying to make it as
fair as possible," he said. "It
wasn't fair before."
Mayor Via said passing this
ordinance would be a step
forward for the city.
"I just feel it's an antiquated
law," he said.
But representatives of some
area churches have said ;they
still object, city manager Tim
Harbuck said. City officials
contact church leaders ahead
of time on liquor license


Mr. Harbuck said staff
oerese hhau shown stha
alcohol does not increase
crime. The police respond to
crime as often at McDonald's
as they do at some local bars,
Mr. Harbuck said.
Several city officials have
suggested bringing in a chain
restaurant -- names like
Chili's, Olive Garden, and
Ted' Montuna aGomdlhave

wud conserve to help the

Habc snd. "Wer ging o
keep trying."
Mr. Glass, whose own pas-
tor has opposed the ordi-
nian e, sa da ydi med lisop-
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something in between to
make either (side) smile a lit-
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Brief
From page Al
Despite some bumps in
the road, early voting set
records in Volusia County.
Nearly 70,000 citizens cast
ballots at one of five early
voting sites, in some cases
waiting more than two
hours. The Deltona site and
the site in Daytona Beach
were the busiest, with
presidential politics on the
forefront and interesting
local races and questions.
In Daytona Beach, the
race for County Council
seat 2 may have added to
the crowd at City Island
Library.
Midway through the
week, Gov. Charlie Crist
mandated extended early
voting hours, which put ~a
strain on election officials
who had to scramble to find
additional workers. The
governor said the number
of people voting early and
waiting for hours constitut-
ed a state emergency that
demanded action.
At many sites, as expect-
ed, seasoned voters turned
out, but WESH 2 also met
people who said they didn't
always vote and wanted to
be heard this year. WFSH
also saw huge ntunbers of
young, first-time voters who
said the debates that sprang
up inspired them to
'become inore informed and
to take a stand.
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FRIDAY, NOV. 7

Kopy Kats performance: "A
New Attitude," a musical show
That will feature dancing and
singing, will be presented at
17:30 p.m., Friday; at 2:30 p.m.
Sand 7:30 p.m., Saturday; and at
i2:30 p~m., Sunday, at the
;Ormond Beach Performing
:Arts Center. With show tunes
From "Gypsy," "Hats" and "A

Jerome DeVito of South Beabb
SDance Studios. Tickets cost $15
~each and include assigned
seating. For more information
:and to reserve tickets, call
(386)676-3375.
*First Friday On East Grana-
da: Restaurants, art galleries,
Ive tifiae aon w lE
G Cranada Boulevard in Ormond
Beach from 5-8 p.m. To see a
; list of .participating organiza-
Istions and businesses, visit the
Web www~filstfridayeastgrana-
da.comrld
The Soouthes mml sia Chuayd
Women United will hold this
annual event in the parish
social hall at Sacre'd Heart
Parish, 998 Father Donlon
Drive, New Smyrna Beach.
Registration will be from 9:30-
10 a.m., followed by the pro-
gram. This year's theme is
"God's Wisdom Sets Us Free."
The ,,~~,,Y~public may attend.
*HomeommgParade -
Embry-Riddle on a Roll:
Floats and performances creat-
11 ak su etr or n ationh
the campus from 3r-5 p.m ,
ending at the ICI Center. The '
best viewing of parade per-
formances' will be in front of
the Jack R. Hunt Library. Cash
prizes will be awarded. For
more information, call (386) -
226-6039.
*Class Reunion: The New
SmyrnaofBe Hig b ho l
"celeb te' their n40th cI s
reunions together. The classes
will meet at the high school
Homecoming game on Friday, .
followed by an informal gath-
ering at Clancy's Cantina. On
SSaturday, the classes will host a
party at the Boat and Ski Club,
with live music by Cheap Thrills
Sand catering by Pauline Lock-
wod 8Fo mrm ei fonationd
an e-mail sen
tmcmillianl 60@gmiail.com or
call (386) 428-4037 or send
an e-mail to sig!014@earth-
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Cinematique of Daytona
will present French film
'The Grocer's Son,'
starring Nicolas Cazale
., and Clothilde~ Hesmne, at
The Bookstore, 410 S. .
Nova Road, Ormond
Beach. For more
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Cinematique shows coming-of-age drama


STAR SCOPES
James Tucker
Week of 11-07-2008


Aries-March ;21-April 19 '
You've done it again, Aries,
Whenever the storm clouds
rise, you know just what to
do to help your friends make
it through the storrri. There is
clear sailing ahead..You have
free reign.' You know the-
direction. Keep .a strong

'Res co lt toll rI uf
distract you from your main
purpose. Dare, act and youi
will succeed.

Taurus-April 20-Mllay 20
~-You can't change the past.
You can however, learn from
it, bless it, forgive it as need-
ed and release it. Now aou%

Renew, heal and set new
goals. It's time to have a little
fun and: get in the holiday
Spirit. If you allow other-
things to get in th$ way,
don't blamne the universe for
any unhappiness. It's a~ll up
to you.

Gemmni-May 21-June 21
It's hard to keep a G~emini
down for~ long. You always
want to: do, two things at
once. Keeping focused phys-
ically and' mentally is a chal-
lenge right now. In another
week, the planetary ~influ-
ences will be more positive
for you and you will feel bet-,
ter about' life. The guardian
angels are there to protect
you when your trust and:
faith shine through.

Cancer-June 22-July 22'
The key to success is direc-.
tion. You must keep working
on your main projects. Keep-
ing current with new tech-
niques at work is~ so irnpor-
tant. You are an innovator,
you know. It's also important
to spend quality time with
family. This recharges you
and helps keep you strong in
other areas of life as well. A
very healthy approach.

Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
See, it works. Taking time for
fun thin s has pyhed yu
up and you are feeling bt-
ter. Take action on your main
plans while you are on this
natural high. The odds of
success are in your favor.
Your power of communica-
tion is especially strong right
now.When you speak, oth-
ers listen. Why? Because you
speak from your heart.

Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22
Recent changes are begin-
See SCOPES, B4


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We all know the axo ,
S"The shoemaker's son m, s
barefoot." So is "The Go-
cer's Son" st rvd?

th res .uc mes ing fo
the ,central character in
this. subtitled French
'drama directed and co-
written by Eric G~uirado.
Antoine (Nicolas Cazale)
left his rural home for the
City of Lights a decade ago.
And now that Antoine has
been to the big city, he's
subscribing to another
axiom: "You never can go


home again."
But he does when his
father, who, with .Autoine's
mother, operates a rural
grocery business, takes ill.
Someone's got to drive the
conce siori thetm a u

countryside, coping with
crotchety clients who buy
a pittance and pay what
they feel, when they feel.
His neighbor/close
friend Claire (Clothilde
Hesme) tags along, but
she's vying for a university
fellowship that will take
her to Spain, regardless of
how much she helps


Antoine on his daily route,
charming customers and
increasing sales
Antoine feels stifled in
his own life. The job takes
up almost all of his timie
and energy. Nothing seems
prospects for improve-
ment tangible.-
So that leaves "Grocer's
Son" purely predictable.
Yet ~it doesn't disappoint.
The lush 'countryside and
the discrete charm of the
bourgeoisie are more than
enough staples to fill cine-
matic pantries.
Antoine, rather belated-


ly,' comes of age here. At
age 30, he finally grows up
and embracess? th~e world
around him.Arnd all it took
was .a summer stint as
"The Grocer's Son."
Th G~r ce' son" (

film critic Jeff Farance, will
be shown at 7 p.m., Friday,
at noon, Wednesday Nov.
12, and at 7 p.mr.,a hurs-
day, Nov. 13 and Friday,
Nov. 14, at The Bookstore,
410 S. Nova Road, Ormond
Beach.
For more information;
call (386) 252-3778 or visit
,wwvacinematique.org.


*Bank ;& Blues Club:
Daytona Blues Society
"Trlue Blues"' I ve am :
open jam session is held ~
From 8..pm.m,1 a.ntug~ach
Wednesday at 70.1 Main
St., Daytona Bjeach. 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
at wwye DaytonaBluesSo-
ciety.org.
*Cuvee Oceanside Wine
& Tapas: "'Wine Dowvn -
Wednesday" is held eadh
week, featuring live music.
Bermuda High performs
from 7-10 p.m. each
Thursday. John Macker
takes requests from 10
p.m. to midnight, Friday,
with a late-night happy
hour. Breaking Bread
performs from 7-10 p.m.,
Saturday. Cuvee Ocean-
Sside is located at 188 E.
Granada Blvd., Ormond
Beach. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 615- 4727or
visit the Web site at
www. cuveeoceanside. com

*Five O'Clock Charley:
This' band will perform
blues hits from 5:30-8:30


p.m. eaCh Thursday at
Pirana Grille, 241 North
US 1, Ormond Beach, and
from 9 p.m.-1 a.rh.,
Saturday, Nov.8, `at*T~h
Iron Horse Saloon, 1068
North U.S. 1, Ormond
Beach. Charley also will hit
the stage from 7-10 p.m.
Wedlnesdajr, Nov. 12, at the
Moose Lodge on601 W.
Granada Blvd., Ormond .
Beach. For more informa-
tion, visit the Web site at
FiveOClockCharley.com.
*Frappes North: Wine
tasting are held at 6 p.m.
th& h44~ t Tuesday of each
month'. Reservations -are
required. Live Music
Friday Nights are held
from 7-11 p.m. Frappes is
located at 123 W. Granada
Blvd. in Ormond Beach.
The next wine tasting will
be held at 6 p.m., Tuesday,
Nov. 11, with two whites
and two reds and compli-
mentary appetizers for all
vintages. To 'make reserva-
tions, call (386) 615-4888
or visit the Web site at
www.frappesnorth.com.
*Julian's Restaurant:
Johnny Lambrusco will
perform Saturday, Nov. 8.
He will sing various songs,
from 1940s Swing and


timeless standards to the
70Os.,For mlore in formn-
tiojn; call (3861 677-6767 or
oisit- wthy.johnnylambr-
uscoacom.
*Ohana Luau Dininer
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, Fiiday and Saturday,
at the Hawaiin Inn, 2301 S.
Atlantic Ave., Daytona
Beach Shores. Participants
will learn traditional
dances with Polynesian
women, warriors and
keikis (children). A flaming
fire knife dance and hula
with audience participa-
tion will be featured. For
more information, call
(386) 255-5411, Ext. 186, or
ziisit wwwwoharialuau. comn.
*Peanut's Restaurant &
Sports Bar: Rhythm
Sharks will perform at 9
p.m., Friday and Saturday.
The Pirates perform at 8
p.m. each Thursday. Texas
Hold 'em is played at 6
p.m. each Monday and
Thursday and at 2 p.m.,
Saturday. Peanut's is
located at 421 Flagler Ave.,
New Smyrna Beach. For


more information, call
(386) 423-1469. ,
*Seabreeze Co~ff~ee
Connection: A hand drunt
circle is held at 8 p.rn. each
Wednesday at 315
Seabreeze Blvdi, Daytone
Beach; or more informia-
tion, visit 'the Web site at
www. druincircle.meetup. c
om/327.
*Venetian Bay Town and
Country Club: Party in the
Park is held from 4-8 p.m.
,the third Saturday of each
morith at 424 Luna Bella
Lane, New Smyrna Beach.
Lawn chairs are suggested;
no coolers. Admission is
free. Also, a farmers'
market is held from 8
a.m.-1 p.m. each Saturday
at the town center. For
more information, call
(386) 428-8448.
*WhineStyles e ens: At
1665 Do la on Aveton'
Suite 105, Port Or ng, a
weekly tasting is helI from
5:30-8 p.m. e ch Thursday,
open to th'e public. The
cost is $5 and complimen-
tary to wine club mem-
bers. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 788- 7188 or
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1083, send on e-mail to
Diane@TheCalian~rp.com or
visit ArcVolusia.org.
*Matching Event: Embraced
by Grace and Community Part-
nership for Children will host
this event for local foster chil-
dren. The day will feature a car-
nival with a giant hippo slide,
clowns, face-painting and bas-
ketball, while interacting with
prospective adoptive couples.
For information regarding
requirements for this event call
(386)'615-9767
*Members' Show and Sale:
The Art Guild of Ponce Inlet will
present this annual eve t from
Sn am.-a4 P ne Snietu com u-
nity Center, 4670 S. Peninsula
Drive. Admission is free. A raffle
will be held for a chance to win
a piece of fine art; participants
do not have to be present to
win.
*Craft Fair: This ninth annual
event will be held from 8 a.m.-2
p.m. at Crane Lakes Clubhouse,
1850 Crane Lakes Blvd., Port~
Orange. Forty-two vendors will
sell handmade items including
jewelry, stained glass, ceramic
pieces and knitted and crochet
items. Also, holiday decora-
tions, quilts and table runners
will be sold. Participants who
bring a non-perishable food
item to support thq Port
Orange Police Department
food drive will receive a free
cup of coffee.
*Noel Festival: This event
will be held from 9 a.m.-2 p.m.
at St. Mary's Episcopal Church,
216 Orange Ave. A Chines'e
auction wirll be held with a
chance to bid on gift certifi-
cates. Annie's Attic featuring an
assortment of gently used mer-
chandise will be open. Crafts
made by some church mem-
bers will be featured, along
with outside vendors, painted
glass items and Born Again
Dolls. Lunch will be served and
prepared by parishioner/chef-
in-residence "Barnacle Bill" A
bake shop will offer an assort-
ment of homemade baked
goods and candies. For more
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escort to the nursing home,
where music, food and drink
will be available. Proceeds will
benefit veterans at the nursing
home.
*Multi-family Garage/Bake
Sale: This fundraiser for breast
cancer research will be held
from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. at Candle-
light Manor Club House, 1703
Magnolia Ave., South Daytona.
*'Splendor in the Glass': The
Arc of Volusia will host its sixth
annual Fall Ball from 7-10 p.m.
at the Museum of Arts of Sci-
ences, 352 S. Nova Road, Day-
tona Beach. The evening will
feature cuisine donated by local
caterers and restaurants.
Guests will sip on wines and
beers while traveling through
the museum. A silent and Inve
auction, entertainment and raf-
fles will take place. Tickets cost
$75 the night of the event.
Groups of 10 cost $400. Pro-
ceeds will benefit programs
that improve the Isves of .per-
sons with developmental dis-
abilities. To purchase tickets,
call (386) 274-4736. For more
information, call (386) 538-


fo.com.
*'Ride for Clyde': This poker
run will benefit Clyde Lindsey,
the former laboratory manager
for Halifax Health who was
injured in a motorcycle acci-
dent last year and is now
wheelchair bound. The poker
run will raise funds to purchase
a van for Mr. I.indsey, a Daytona
Beach area resident since 1984.
Registration will begin at 9 a.m.
at Destination Daytona The run
will begin and end at Houli-
gan's at -Destination Daytona,
~where an after-party will be
held at 3 p.m. Best- and worst-
hand prizes will be awarded,
and 'raffles will be held for
themed baskets and gift certifi-
cates. Florida's Blood Centers
will hold a blood drive in con-
junction with the poker run. For
more information, call (386)
257-8706 or send an e-mail to
joy.maiden@halifax~org.
*Emory L. Bennet Veteran's
Nursing Home Benefit Run:
This event will be held at VFW
Popt 3282 at 5810 Williamson
Blvd., Port Orange. Participants
will leave at noon with a police


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*'HMS Pinafore' perform-
ance: Music LIVE! will present
Gilbert & Sullivan's operetta at
7:30 p.m. at Seabreeze High
School. The comical operetta
follows the story of Sir Joseph
Porter, the ruler of the queen's
Navee, who is to be betrothed
to the captain's daughter,
Josephine. She, however, is in
love with a handsome but
lowly sailor, Ralph Rackstraw.
Find out if love conquers all in
this production of a classic tale
told with laughter, love and
lunacy. This production features
Ormond Beach soprano Cyn-
thia Fisher in the leading role
along with a cast of other pro-
fessional singing actors from
around the country. Individual
tickets cost $28. For more infor-
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Embry-Riddle Memorial
Plaque will be unveiled at its
permanent location. To make
reservations to attend, send
an e-mail to
odartey.williams@erau.edu or
call (386) 226-6155. Also, a
Homecoming Comedy Show
will be held from 8-10 p.m. at
the ICI Center at Embry-Riddle.
The show will feature Greg
Gliraldo, a Comedy Central reg-
ular who also has performed
on "The Late Show with David
Letterman" Doors open at
7:30 p.m. Tickets cost $10 or
$5 with a military or local col-
lege I.D. Tickets may be pur-
chased at the Embry-Riddle
information center located in ,
the John Paul Riddle Student
Center. For more information,
call (386) 226-6047
*Poker Run: Tailgaters
Sports Bar & Grill will hold a
benefit for Daytona Beach
Greyhound Pets of America.
$10 poker hands, raffles and
50/50 will be featured. A free
C jun st le babeque and live
Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach.
For more infonhiation, cal
(386) 3237 ocdeSils
Co ~e~a~ti~on: The Daytona kll
Beamh Police Department Traf-
fic Unit will host this event
from 8 a.m.-1 p.m. at Destina-
tion Daytona (Harley David-
son-Ormond Beach). There
will be several agencies
throughout the state of Florida
and other states competing in
this one day skills competi-
doat to th Sped arcsbae
*Annuis Panca~ke; Benefit
Breakfast: The S ruce Creek
High School girl' basketball
team will host this benefit
'breakfast from 8-11) a.m.. at
Aunt Catfish's Restaurant,
4009 Halifax Drive, Port
Orange. Tickets cost $5. Fo~r
advance tickets or more infor-
motion,. call (586) 756-7200,
Ex~t 37749, or (386)' 589-
3665.
Ballroom dance: The
Greater Daytona Chapter of
USA Dance will host this event
from 7-10:30 p~m. at the City
Island Recreation Center, 108


E. Orange Ave., Daytona
Beach. Ballroom, swing and
Latin music will be provided
rby a local deejay.11ie cost is $6
members, $8 for non-
members and $3 for students.
Attire: is dressy casual. For
more information, call (386)
756-8433.

SUNDAYI, NOV. 9
*'Nudes Gone Wild' art
event: This "art undressed"
juried show sponsored by 508.
Art Gallery will include more
than 100 interpretations of the
human body in traditional and
new media. The event will bie
held from 5 p.m.-1 a.m. at
Razzle's, 611 Seabreeze Blvd.,
Daytona Beach. A fine art raf-
fle, music, video, apetizers
and drink specials wi 1 be fea-
tured. Also, performance art
by Perego and body painting
byr Ofarnill will be feature .
Admission is free; participants
must be la and ofer.
BHre* t *Dy Hihtoric N
this event themed "W~e are
Reaping thle5 Hanry at 1
Oround Beach. Church se hoo
will start at 9:30 a.m., followed
by morning worship at 1 1 a.m.
Sister Nanette Ep raim frorn
Allen Chapel AME Church in
Daytona Beach will speak.
*Book signing: Tim Dors y,
author of do m sery k d l
set in F ori a, wil speaks atn2
ss.m. a nersonisP co Memo-
ral Building, 42 N. Beach St.
Orncmd aer crm repor ,m, Mr
DorseysP books reveal the
eccentricities of the state.
Sponsored by the Friends of
the Ormond~ Beach Library,
this event is free to the pub~lic.
For more information, call
(386) -44 1-0658.
*Veterans' Day Dinner: The
City of Ormond Beach Depart-
ment .of Leisure Services will
host this annual dinner from
5:30-7 p.m. at the Senior Cen-
' ter Ballroom, 351 Andrews St.,
Ormond Beach The cost is $5
per person, and veterans will
be admitted free. Reservations
are~ required; tickets are avail-


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able on a first come, first served
basis. For more information,
caill(386) 676-3241.

TUESDAY, NOV. 11

*Ceremony for veterans:
American Legion Post 120 will
hot .30Veras Da oCe emo y
Hall, 1065 Ridgewood Ave. The
public may attend.
*RAIN A Tribute to The
Beaties: The award-winning
Beatles concert will debut at
Peabody Auditorium in Da -
tona Beach for one show on y.
"RAIN" boasts a repertoire of
nearly 200 Beatlemansac
favorites, ranging from such
songs as "Yester ay' and "Hey
Jude" to classic hits including
"Revolution" and "Come
Together." The concert now fea-
tures surround sound. "RAIN"
covers the: Fab Four from their
first Ed Sullivan Show appear-


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for middle orchestra and
$325 for front balcony.
Information about the
afternoon's opera will be
distributed on the bus. On
the return trip, complimen-
tary wine and light refresh-
ments will be served. The
bus will arrive back at City
Island approximately at 6


' Symnphony Guild
SOpera Bus season
i Starts

The Symphony Guild of
rDaytona Beach will again
'offer trips onl the "Opera
Bus" to performances of

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*ava 1sbe. T subscription
Sicunday aternoonperasform.
Seances and transportation in
~luxury buses. On "opera
day," the busesJ leave City
cIsland Library at noon,
The schedule is as follows:
Sunday, November 16 -"11
STrovatore" by Verdi; Sunday,
Feb. 22 "La Cenerentola"
by Rossini; and Sunday,
SApril 5 "Suor Angelica" by
:iPuccini and "C~avalleria Rus-
Sticana" by Mascagni.
SSeats on the Opera Bus are
~sold by series subscription
Only. The cost for the three-
~opera series is $275 for


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Symphony Guild of Daytona
Beach and mail to Sympho-
ny Guild, clo Dick Conrad,
1509 Oak Forest Drive,
Orniond Beach, 32174.
There are no refunds.
For more information, call
(386) 682-4712 or send can e-
mail to sgosch@ilstu.edu,

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*Christmas Bazaar and
SBake Sale: Port Orange Eagles
Auxiliary will 'host this event
,from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. at 5130 S.
SRidgewood Ave., Port Orange*
:A white elephant table, auc-
'tion, Christmas and fall
wreaths, floral arrangements,
raffles and crafts will be avall-
:able. Proceeds will benefit St.
J ude's Hospital for Children.
*Car Wash and Bake Sale: -
SThis fundraiser will be held
From 10:30 a.m.-1:30 pm t
-AII Saints Lutherah Cuc,
~751 Dunlawton Ave., Port
:Orange. Club Scout Pack 436
Swill wash cars while the youth
group raises funds to attend
t he ELCA National Youth Gath-
ering "Jesus, Justice & Jazz in
Jluly, where youth will spend a
iwee in sece to th hpeeGP
:Coast. For more information,
calf(386) 761-9129.
EnAl x Fihippe ko on 'Dark
:Universe': This free event wi ~
Sbe held at 7 p.m. at Miller
Instructional Center auditori-
Sum at Embry-Riddle Aeronau-
Itical University. Named best
I professor at University of Cali-
fornia-Berkeley six times, Mr.
SFilippenko has written and co-
authored hundreds of publica-
tions on astronomy and has
IPhan Ids s ries,tYhe Hnis
verse" His talk is co-sponsored
by the Fred Elston Memorial
SFund and is part of the Arts &
. Letters Series. For more infor~
-motion, visit
Shttp://eraul.edu/arts or cal
(386) 226-6668-
*Veterans' Day Remem-
Sbrance Ceremony: This event
Swill be held from 11 a.m. to
noon at Legacy Walk at Embry-
Riddle Aeronautical Uni~iersity.
iThis special ceremony to
Remember and honor the
nation's veterans will feature
Embry-Riddle cadets present-
iing the colors. In addition, the


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other prizes will be given
for straightest drive,
longest putt (merr 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.

Rally fOr the Cure
19RRis OVent Slated

The Oceans Racquet
Club will participate in
Rally for the Cure, a breast
cancer awareness cam-
paign by flosting 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; proceeds will ben-.
efit Susan G. Komen for the
Cure.
This-event is open to the
public.
For more information,
call (386) 761-6088.


neither of our weathered
old heads had ever seen
anything like it! I am just
happy that Leo saw it
because without a witness,
I could never relate such a
fish story. It was a photo I
will store in my memory
forever.
If you wish to learn Cap-
tain Leo's circle hook
method of red fishing, give
him a call at (386) 345-2213
and order a copy of "Fish
Sense." I am now a convert
and have memorized thqse
pages.
Thanks, Captain Leo
Hiles, for putting all of
your experience into prmnt
so the rest of us may learn
from you.

Dan Smith has fished the
waters ,of Volusta County
for 40 years. When he's not
fishing, the retired contrac-
tor is heavily involved with
the Ormond Beach Histori-
cal Trust. For questions or
comments send an e-mad
t a
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FISHING

DAN
DAN SMITH


had boated six reds using
Leo's methods! My lures
did produce a few under-
sized trout, and one of
those provided Captain
Hiles and I with a memory
we will never forget.
My jig had hooked up
with a 13-inch trout, and I
told Leo I would not need
the dip net, but~ about
halfway in, the fight took
on a different turn. I was
fighting a much stronger
opponent. The water was
clear, and at the boat, I
could see that a 20-mnch
trout had swallowed the
back half of my smaller
fish. Evidently the bigger
trout had impaled the
smaller with that large
canine tooth that most
trout have. It wa$ fighting
to get free!
"Leo get the net!": I
shouted. He gave me a
puzzled look and made no
motion to help. Finally, he
saw what was happening
just as the big fish freed
itself and swam away. In
our combined experience
of more than 100 years,


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W en Ibegan
\ fishing this area,
Smy target was the
tangle of mangroves that is
just south of the Govern-
ment Cut in the northern
boundaries o Mosquito

aAgooaltwater novice in
thos das I didn't need
m ch t let because fish
were abundant. All one
had todo do a
shrimp into th sbrin pana
start jerking ~them up. Of
course times have
changed, and I was forced
to refine my methods the point where every now
and again I get to thinking
that I am a pretty fair
angler. From time to time,
a dose of humility is good
for us all and mine recently
came aboard the tiny boat
named "The Blue Ghost"
by its owner Captain Leo
Hiles. -
After reading his new
book "Fish Sense," I men-
tioned to him that I had
never mastered the use of
the circle hook on which
he seemed to rely so heavi-


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ly. That prompted an invite
for me to ride along on the
"Ghost" to see firsthand
the points he made in the
book. *
Now, I must tell you, I
was abit" skeptical and
more than a little arrogant.
At this point in my life, I
am confident enough to
believe that if I am put on
fish, I will catch my share
,with my trusty lures.
Wrong!
Capt. Leo consistently
out fished me with his cut
bait and circle hooks. Soon
I had his rod in my hand,
but my old habits were not
easily broken, causing me
to miss several good fish.
The good captain insists
that you should never set
the hook, and over and
over he was right. When
the morning was over, we


and life will show you posi-
tive gain for at least three
months.

Libra-Sept 23-Oct. 22
You are the eternal optimist.
Your powerful heart always
gives others the benefit of the
doubt. Your mind is sharp.
Your heart is open and your
spirit is strong. You were born
to create and inspire others
ready to fly. All great motiva-
tors say that how you deal
with downturns are the most
important. You are the mas-
ter motivator at doing this.

Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov. 21
You have a magical soul.


Keep on following your
dreams and you will see a
positive explosion of your
greatest dreams coming true.
Remain true to your own
desires and you will earn the
proper respect. You can do all
this and more. Why? Because
you work so hard. You are on
the night track. You deserve
the best because you give the
best. .

Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21
You function best when you
are~ able to do what you love.
You are a high hearted per-
son. It will soon be your time
as the zodiac leader. Venus in
Sagittarius gives you an emo-


tional edge and is preparing
you to bring us safely into the
holidays. Get a lot of the little
things done so your spirit and
mind can stay sharp on all
the fun things to enjoy.

Ca~pricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19
Setting priorities is a major
key to your future success.
Put your faith and trust in the
universe, not so much in oth-
ers. Take life one day at a
time and you will feel the~for-
ward movement. Life contin-
ues to bless you. Your nurtur-
ing of others is paying off.
Your natural vision and
rhythm will continue to bless
and move you forward.

Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18
Your greatest gift .is your
strong spirit. Your natural pas-
sion for life is contagious for
those around you. It rubs off.
You always have a kind word.
Your feelings run deep.
Sometimes you try to do to~o
much. No reason to burn out
now. When you tire, take a
br::kmoget a second window an
vic~tory.

Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20
Your energy is stronger this
week. The moon in Pisces
gives you an edge in heart
energy. A healing is taking
place. Your natural open
heartedness will let the heal-
ing continue. This positive
flow of energy will give you
plenty of pep and will keep
you going through the holi-
days. Your capacity to do
what you love is legendary
you know.

James Tucker offers personal-
ized astrology or compatibili-
ty charts. He also does pri-
vote readings, home and
office parties, inspirational
group talks and dynamic
business motivation semi-
nars. Visit his Web site at per-
sonalspiritguide.com, call
(772) 334-9487~ or e-mail
jtuckxyz@aol.com for details.
- James Tucker


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1,GURU'S PAST & for you. You don't worry as
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Memorial Golf Tourna-
ments have provided 18
students with scholarships
in honor of the former
Seabreeze High School
principal who died of can-
ce is 200's fourth annual
taet ifl eat HlH f
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.-
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vided a 2008 Ford for a
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new, $60, 386-441-5625
SWING, GLIDER- new,
never used, white wicker
& 6P6 5with p low, $150'
38 -7-30o
SWINGSET- METAL A
frame, $60, Sandbox,
$10, 386-756-0770 Vol
TAB E, Dining- 5 4"
glssdde,2 tone gqold, w/
conpda$200d 36 4-42gmat
TABLE, DINING with 6
chairs, hutchlbliffet,
$175, 386-756-8402 Vol
TABLES- 1 Coffee & 2
End, Traditional, Good
Condition, $60s
386-27-0417Vol
TIRES, Golf Cart- off
road & rims, Knobby Trail
Wolf 20x41x10, like new,
$200, 386-426-2853 Vol

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$35ea, 386-672-4255 Vol
TRAILER, Motorcycle-
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new, $75, Exercise bike,
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TVTOSSHBA- 36", colo-
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TV, Zenith- exc. cond,
$55, 9x12 beige carpet,
Cbod $F4 38u6 67-8h6e7a6
VCR, Panasonic- 4 head
stereo, new in box, $55,
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WASHER & Dr er- Gen-
eral Electric, bath 6 cycle,
both in very good condi-
tion, $150, 386-760-0516
WASHER MAYTAG
deluxe model, white, like
67wc~a bde ivr;' $1i50
WASHER- Super Ca-
pacity, excellent :condi-
tion, can deliver, $130.
386-689-3019 Vol
WATER HEATER- 40
gallon,gas, $30,Pedes-
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386-322-4296 Vol
RACE FANS Framed
Picture of Sterling Marlin
Thunder Road, $50,
386-441-0148 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
REkCL.INERs vel2)Blong
brown, $35 & $45,
386-795-4459 Vol
RECORD ALBUM col-
lection- 33", most from
50's & 60's, good cond:
$5ea, 386-860-9381 Vol
RECORDS, Vinyl- metal
& rock, 135 in all, $200.
386-589-6125 Vol
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Vintage, 40's, in wood
4-5e .ca~bint, .$50,
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hinged top lids, $25.
386-345-2535 Vol
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pia. Excellence Las Ve-
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tional, 4 piece, $150obo,
Single Waterbed $50,
386-314-1784 Vdi
STEREO SHARP exc.
cond. $10. Twin b~a~by
stroller good cond.$2.
386-322-4685 Vol
STOVE, Westinghouse,
Ivory color, self cleaning,
$50, Dry~er works $25,
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Walk-in Clinic
Monday- Friday
10:00 am 6:oopm
Saturday
10:00 am 4:00pm
Rabies $8

Dogs bj/

8Way 512
3 Year Distemper $26
Bordefella $14
3DX Hea~rtworm Testng $22
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Full service veterinary clinic
.549 Beville Rd
South Daytona
386-1763-5208
1104 S. Nov Rd.
Ormond B ach
386-672-3544


IN THE CIRCUIT
COCUONUY OFRLLUASIA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
JOHN N. BEILSTEIN*
Deceased.
FILE No.
20-1 2 50PB E
NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
(Summary
Administration)
TO ALL PERSONS
HAVING CLAIMS OR
DEMANDS AGAINST
uHE ABeOVE r Ttifed
that an Order of
Summary Administration
has been entered in the
B IaL TElN de aseN-
File Number
2008-12645-PRDL; by
the Circuit Court fr
Volusia County, Florida,
Probate Division; the
address of which it
C ur house, 201 CNuort
Alabama Avenue, Room
222, De Land, Florida
32721; that the
decedent's date of death
thtw ph roavau o20t~h
estate is $1,000.00 and
da retshe onameoss and
whom it has been
assigned by ~such drder
Be steiNa Adre :M 846
NE n0t lor a 3Salt
Pri INTERESTD
N SIFOENDSTHAT* RE
All creditors of the estate
of the decedent and
prsor shaviangaiclalimst o

e rtaeoha thethdecede t
whom provision for full
Oaydment was ma~d inmthe
Administration must file
their claims withths
or TWOSTFHIN FRE
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS~ AND
DEMANDS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE
NOOTWERHBSRRENDDING
F HE T1MEA PEOD ANE
CLAIM FILED TWO" K~
YEArff iQR MO
AFTER THE
DE EHDENTSS DBT REODF
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
The date of the first
pblicatio of this Noti e
IsuOctote 31, 2008.ce
Pero Givn Not :
John J. B nltg ice
Attorney f rn Person
Giving Notice:

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P.A., 1150 Louisiana
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(407) 629-5008
Pub: October 31, &
November 7, 2008


EXTREME RECOVERY
gives Notice of
Foreclosure of Lien and
intent to sell these
vehicles on 11/21/2008;
8:00am at. 750 Carswell
u80n toly hslFL 3211d7
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night to acce t or reject
any andlor all bids.
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Classic Car Auction
DAYTONA MEMORIAL Sat., November 29
eARKa PlabloubetNis Dvonar s' Speedw y
$3,600, Must sacrifice, cash $ Over 100,000
Details: 386-615-1968 spectattors eek e ed
DELAND Memorial Krvuesre eClwssics. Vicari
Gardens single space, 1 Auctions. 866-495-8111
casket, 1 vault, 1 Dan Kruse FL#AU1075
in ement. Retail $,8
386- 7-5489 $5151 C
EDGEWATER SEA
PINES Veterans Mauso- AIR COMPRESSOR-
leum 2 side by .side Speedway 25 gal, stand
crypts. :Full package up, $150, 386-843-9477 -
$7000.386-423-5237

a~~i~i ~ ring s rage, 2 iedors
A D OP T IO N 125, 386-334-5812 Vol
1-866-633-0397 Unplan- BARBIE- Special Mil-
ned Pregnancy? Pro- lennium Edition, Original
vide your baby with a pack gle$3
loving, financiallL "se- 386 44-0791 Vol
cr icaml/Counse ngl BARSTOOLS- Wicker, 4
expenses paid. Socia wlswivel ats &d0a s'
worker on staff. Call good6 7735 I$ h,
compassionate Attor- 367
n~e LBaLTe 50F i gold BATHTUt, ecANTIQn E-
$200, 516-819-3570 Vol
AD OP T IO N
1-888-812-3678 Living BED F~RAME- $10, Nick
Expenses paid. Choose Nack Shelf, pinewood,
SectovinmilFi anciall $15;386-615-9092Vol
child. Caring &~ Confi- BED, Hospita- ~elec. netw
dential. Att nehoursl7' maess $4715,LxW50
1-ickman, (Lic# 832340) $5 8-2-93Vl
ADOPION A bachBEDROOM SET- teen/
house full of love, joy, fun 'ssl Caem ro, habd
irtha ar a~ro s $125, 386-334-9408 Vol
Mom waits for your baby. BIKE RACK- Thule, fits
&Lan8CiBdy #E~x~pes tru k fr m t ca s, up t
Attorney Nichols 386-763-4687 Vol
1-80-5220045BlKE, SCHWINN- Sting-
S VNeG, FaF ANCIAhLY r o Chop~pr umed, $5
to Adopt your baby. $5, 386-253-4067 Vol
Medical P~aid.ivinlI E BlKES- Hers Diamond-
hours la 2d~a F2 bic Cestv aws 70, H
1-813-258-6505, refer- 386-258-3562 Vol
ence #1410. www.flori- BIRD CAGES- (2) 28,,
daadoptionag Dcyco S- g e 8 nwid 6almos

INGI Reach over 30 mil. 8-2-78
lion homes with one buy. BLOWER, Troybilt- 3rlec,
Advertise in NANI for on- 2cyc, $50, 1973 Bike twrin
ly $2,795 per weekI Ask crome fender new tires,
about special Real Estate $75, 386-427-8040 Vol
Rate1-86-8975949 CAGE, BIRD- 22x25, on
whels, li th n4 slid inoll

**OLD GUITARS lWant 36-5-414T
ed!" Fender, Gibson, CAMERAS, DIGITAL.
Gretsch, Martin, D'An- Canon $45, Nikondi $45,
gelico, Stromberg, Rick- 386-871-5748 Vol
enbacker & Mosrite. Gib- CHAIR, PAPASAN- with
son Mandolins/Banjos, cushion, excellent condi-
1930's-1960's. Top cash tion, $25, 386-756-0587
paid! These brands only
please. 1-800-401-0440 CHAIR, Power Lift- like
DOOR WANTED: Exte- new, blue, size small-
riordoo wit jabs, medium, works great,
rior adoo with. jambs, $200, 386-428-5708 Vol
diinda el fa iy wth CHAIRS, LOUNGE-
their need. 386-547-0941 Wingback good condi-
GOLDou aIVRteWane tin -45 7r 2 for both,
and Silver for cash at the CHINA DISHES- 45 pcs,
highest prices ever! By white w/silver trim edges,
appt. only 386-742-1666 $15, 386-672-5688 Vol
GUNS wanted collector COMPUTER parts & ac-
buying Colt, S & W, cess- IBM comp, drives,
Winchester, J.P Sauer, monitors, keyboards,
gDfieldg, L e1esGatli g mice, $65, 386-426-2580
772-528;7020 COOLER, IGLOO- $50,

N DntCASH? wellYoue M503c8 -15-4812 lbo,
Buy Gold, Diamonds, & COUCH & Loveseat- like
Watches Highest Price new, pastel, with match-
Paid Guaranteed Call ing pillows, $1500bo,
1-877-853-6651 or visit 386-847-4986 Vol
www cashoutgold.com IDAYBED with Trundle-
I ght da l pold ma zses
WANTE JUNKCARS $200, 386-299-6372 Vol
Running or not $200 & DESK, ROLLTOP- $50,
up. We pay cash! 24-hrs. Entertainment Center,
Call 321-631-0111 white wash, $50,
386-788-0397 Vol
DINING ROOM Set- anti-
leua s,Pnr e~sidee cars2
$199, 386-428-6033 Vol
DINING ROOM Set-
GRANFATER Cock large brown, oval, solid
G RA N DFATH E R ~ C o W o od m ade in Yuogosla .
Djew 0ion ,rnshedvia, $100, 386-428-2412
oakstins perf~ect oconditio~n0 DI~NINbGeRhOOM6S t-a w
386-690-44361 428-1861 $175, 407-493-2601 Vol


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DOLL, Treasure Child-
colleCtor,n byeeboMidd e
long $70, 386-304-9822
DOORS, French- stained
wood set, 30"x83", wl5
rectangular glass panels,
$100, 386-676-0254 Vol
ENTERTAINMENT CEN.
TER- $80, 386-761-9113
EXERCISE EQ I -
MENT- Tota 164 m57 Pa
num, $75' 6-5-58
EXERCISE Equipment-
Weslo Cardioglider $20
S~mat666 Arm $10
EXERCISER- "The
Bean", used once, $20,
386-441-3363 Vol )
FIREWOOD- Hardwood,
'3"86345-19S03Vol FR
FLOQR CLEANER-
Hoover Floormate, for tile
or wood floors, like new,
$50, 386-671-6805 Vol
FOOD DEHYDRATOR.
Nutri-Flow, wl9.5 sq ft
dynarea, dishwasher
safe 100, 386-847-4541
FUTON BLK metal
cream mat. w/acover $85.
Dning t6 ee st nelmetal

GOLF CLUBS- LH Mac-
gregor Battlesticks $130*
bag $0, 3-7 d-8127$1
GUITAR, Acoustic &
Mandolin- w/soft cases,
$175both, 386-441-3117
GYM, Weilder Pro 4100"
cop te tr iningu cetee
$125, 3 6-441- 492 Vol
HEADBOARD- Twin wl
built 0, shelels, light
$0, 386-304-9080 Vol
JACKET, LEATHER-
Mens, black, size 52,
g od673-%it on, $50,
KAYAK- Complete, used
once $150, 2 Car ramps,
$10both, 386-760-6083
KITESURFING KITE-
Rhino, 18M North, '05,
wlkite bag, no bar lines,
$100,0 V8-708a OV 02
Windows XP, C&D drive
Irg memory, 14" screen,
$200, 386-345-4519 Vol
LOVE SEAT- cream, exc
cond. $140, TV stand
light grey 39x22" good
cond. $55. 386-756-0183
MATTRESS SET- Twin,
Beautyrest, mattress &
boxspring, like new, w/
pad, $70, 386-756-8101
MATTRESS Top e-
king, Therapeutic,8
tram $0 386-44-1m4elal
MICROWAVE OVEN +
Free cart $65 almost
new. Town Park
386-767-5345 So. Vol
MICROWAVE- small &
works great, $10,
386-767-4239 Vol
MONITOR E-Machines-
eah,1386-4 2105ol$5
MONITOR, Dell- 17", col-
or $30, Dell all in one
printer $40, Sanyo DVD
player $20 386-756-3092


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PANTS, MENS- W3 a
(8) $1~, pair, rit er
new, 2,Typew ier
$15, 386-756-9786 Vol
PIANO,o UPRIGHT-M Ati-
se, y175, 386-761-5178
PICTURES, Black Vel-
vet- (10) 16x20, already
painted, $5 each.
386-426-1304 Vol
PORSCHE FACTORY
Shop Mnbils r245/9 4
old, $100, 386-986-3136






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Barbervilje 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





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NE TENNESSEE LAND
Several parcels available.
11acres surveyed mtn
land, hardwoods, views
on hwy 94. $2900/ac.
terms 352-483-4546
SMOKY MOUNTAINS
near Gatlinburg TN'
5 beautiful acres w/ ac-
cess to Douglas Lake &
breathtaking views of the
Smoky Mountains. City
woa eve ting 00 ,00 fi
down. 1-865-621-0435
Must see photos at www.
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SMOKY MOUNTAINS
TENNESSEE
Near Gatlinburg. By own-
er: Beautiful homesites
breathtaking views-
City water. Near every-
thing. $19,900, $2985/dn
& $152/month. Lake ac-
cess from $46,000. *
Photos & Info:
www.GoLandWorks.com
1-865-621-0435


GEORGIA PARADISE -
LARGE HOMESITES
lacre to 10acres. LOW
TAXESI Beautiful weath-
st yarntronodw Ter ic in-
ing. $4000/ac. Payments
as low as $229/mo. (low
down) 706-364-4200
GEORGIA, BEAUTIFUL
tracts in Toombs Coun~t

f tare & ra torobauid
or put doublewlde. Some
lake front tracts. Each
tract is 3 to 5 acres.
$2500/acre CASH. 20 dif-
ferent tracts to choose
from. 912-427-7062
912-269-9349

LAKE ERIE Acreage
North ast Ohio 5+
Acrs beautiful building
sites Opn view, back
b Olyoods, walk to lak ,
O w 59,900. Own r
fina cing 330-699-5723


SOUTH CAROLINA
4 Sale By Owner
Beautiful buligtract,
nicel wooded..Buy Now,
BidLater. Near Lake
M ron, O !,90.an Lw
1-803-505-2161
SOUTH CAROLINA
Bamberg County Hunt-
inglRecreation Tracts.
Near I-95. Secluded
w/deer, turkey, hogs &
liaces bmdars238 cres-
acrn- Saka atci Fiv r
Below mar etl!
Call 'owner
803-826-6033
(Brokers Protected)
Stdcks got you down?
THE BEST
INVESTMENT IS LANDI
GEORGIA 3 acre home-
sites. River access,
$6950/acre. 600 acres
developed property
wlRiverfront& River Ac-
cess, $4700/acre.
Owner, 912-529-6198


'TENNESSEE
Crossville Cumberland
Plateau. Low taxes!
Safer than. the stock
market Wooded lots
and acreage a nneat f
$5,000/ac. Plateau Prop-
erties, Inc.
www.plateauproperties.com
1-866-490-5263
TENNESSEE Crossville
small farm 35 acres.
rBerin you ndives ockre

pr erty $850 9 s acoen
931-788-3885
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,
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PORT ORANGE 774
Falcon Dr. large 2br/2ba,
2 I~ving rooms, 2 car
ara"ge, great floor plan!
1100/mo. 386-453-5820
PORT ORANG ubewie
sr acius 3obr/2aw/d
hC-upinside, Iprt3r/b~g screened /~
smoking/pets $750/mo.
1 year lease. Lawn &
~~767-O FL/S
Port Orange- 52 Cypress
Pnd Rd. mSumme lre

w/comm pool. furn or not
$50 dmo Jeanne BushE
386-690-9018



HOLLY HILL Brand new
townhomel 3/2/1, lake-

oh. rdtp34-4c68121rm
NSB 1BEDIBA :Wayne
Ave.; jiake h ie~W-:. 0peo
I rn ldn rgkit en, s r
pets/smokg. $800mo ref.
yr.lease. 386-426-1933 '
ORMOND BEACH Trails
272 Timberline Tr. 2 story
2br/2ba, tile firs. 2 ~balco-
nies screened in up &
down stairs. Garage.
Waterfront, community
pool. $800mo. + security,
386-677-8888
PELICAN B'AY AREA
Lg. 2br/1.5ba townhome.
NerEmbrey Riddle &
Publix shopping.$695/mo
Smel dpet ok.- -ne~ntives
PORT ORANGE Rent to ~
Own Opportunity. Pets
Wel e 2bn/.5eba$ OH

SOUTH DAYTONA
2r/1 5baoc t whouaseh

pick-up & pest. $650/mno.
386-756-7752/212-4150

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DAYTONA BEACH Ab-
solute best valuel Over
1000sf of living, 2/2, just
remodeled, conveniently
located off Nova & 3rd
St. $675/mo. + utilities
386-237-1295


TENNESSEE MOUN-
TAIN Acreage Breathtak-
ing Views, Streams, Cab-
ins. Owner Financing,
Call 1-888-939-2968
NENNESSEE *2MOUN-
beautifu cr ge site. Ml-
lio $, view! Secluded
uoi ties, overlooking Ten
nessee River, close to
Marina, Schools, Shop-
ping! $49,900, low down
1-3 0699-1585fiacn
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, niv-
er access, beautiful pns-
tnl p p9e900 SOwr F



Booming El Paso. Good
Road Access. Surveyed.
Only $15,900.
$200/down, $159/mo.
Money Back Guarantee.
No Credit Checks-
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TEXAS- 20 acres only
$13,500, -0- down $135
monthly. No credit check.
Roads surveyed. That's
only 1.5 cents per sq. ft..


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LAND IS STILL THE
BEST INVESTMENT -
Stop losing money in the
stock market
TEXAS & OLD MEXICO
A fodable Hutrn pe &
100Acres for $79,0d00
w/10% down & no credit
check. All sizes available
up to 20,000 acres.
1-877-77-BIGLAND
(877-772-4452)
NOMTOHUNAR SINA
Easy to finish new log
cabin shell on 1.7 acres,
$89,900. 2acre-5acre wa-
terfront homesites from
$99,900. Easy access
mountain homesites
$29,900-$89,900.
828-247-9966,(Codel9)
NORTH CAROLINA
Mountains Owner sells
sell! Slashed to $84,900.
Easy to finish log cabin
on almost 4 acres.
Wooded with bold
stream. 1-866-738-5522


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NORTH FLORIDA LAND
1,955acs in Jefferson Co.
Timberland, mixed w/
hardwood bottoms & cut-
over, grt hunti g. rd front-
ag~e, dude n 9PO lacJ
tions 352-867-8018
OWNER FINANCE N.
Florida Land. Beautiful
area near springs & riv-
ers. 1.5 to 5 acre tracts.
crdi tchckl Cal ho n e
1-800-754-4531
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 Taila-
hassee. Beautiful pool &
patioarea w/tall privacy
fecgazebo w/hot tub.
$229,000. Call (home
386-658-3378 & (cell
386-208-2589 (fsbo)


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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





TITUSVILLE MENTION
this ad & aet 1 rilo Free.
Any size o fce from 150sf
Bat ful vwo B Caa
welcome. Call Miriam at
954-961-0500



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POR'LORANGE yvlor

backyard.: Central to
shopping &. schools,
Close to Dunlawton &
1-95 Rent $fi150/mo. or
sale $185K. Rent to own
407-452-8680/452-8681

dublewide nGEPic 1 c
Village, 55+, clubhouse
w/ pool, new carpet &
paint. Must sellI $14,900
Rent $850' 717-951-5057


EDGEWATER-Shangri-
La Village, immac. 2/2'
gar w/opener, quiet adult
.area, w/d lawncare incl.
$725/mo. 440-582-3606
Poto Nd OL3co0www
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
HOLLY HILL- Cute 1BR,
close to river, 1231 Mora-
via. unfurn. $600/ mo.
W8te -7-25 included
ORMOND BCH 1/1 Sin-
gle: fr triplex, great amen-
ities, pool, Ocean Village
Villas. All appl. WID. Lg



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.PORT. ORANGE 55+,
2/2, 'at.Iw~e furn. no

386-761-1108 / 871-8566 s
PORT ORANGE Lacos-
ta Village,~ 40+, 2/2,
screened porch, utility
room, pool, clubhouse,
tennis, shuffleboard.
$695/mo. 386-761-2168
PORT ORANGE- 40+
comm, pool gym rec
room, Jacuzzi library
2/1.5, w/d, near every-
thing, bus line quiet
$699/mo Rent to own
possible. 386-566-7239



DAYTONA' BEACH: Up
td90 0 s~. aair oRsee
Start @ $5/ft 955 Orange
Ave. 561.674.1675



DAYTONA BCH Shores
A1A So. of Dunlawton
2nd fnr outside enltry.
Oceanview ea 20x12.Kt
w/granite countertop &
private full bath. Si~jnage
avail. 1-3 offices avail.
$750mo. No lease or 1st
mo free with 1 year lease
386-322-3600


PORT ORANGE Large
secluded house w/huge
great room. Furnished
'bedroom & open loft.
0Prfc 1 o. rl stuet
cable, wireless internet
SCall Cindy 386-235-1078
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SPALsMEBsEAC2Hporhdens
11 story gated comm Lake
view. Near Gardens Mall.
Anal le 00 Seasonal
561-775-0639
VERO BEACH vacation
home. Furnished 5-br
3-ba gated comm, pool.
$ In/m 30-9a9n2-3 709.





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DAYTONA BEACH
Prestigious Pelican Bay
condo, 2/2, on, waterway,
screened Ianai. $900/mo.
386-453-5820
DAYTONA BEACH-
Charoming3 Craitsmari tb
large lot, fenced yard'
large front porch'
$950/mo. 727-709-5682
DAbONAo BEACH uDE
2 story Victorian home.
4/3.5, Ig fam room, Ig eat
on kitcn ,ors~ma trin ng
exclusive Seabreeze
neighborhood. $1495/
mo. +sec. 386-212-6537
DAYTONA. BEACH SIDE

N an li, lre 2 ce
em school. Reduced
$995 + sec. Pets wel-
comel 2725 Dach Ave.
Avail nowl 386-453-6545

BEACHSIDE- 822 Hope
Ave, 1/1 bonurs & sun

$750/m, 386-316-983 .
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/mo plus
dep. No section 8.
386-299-6574
ORMOND BEACH- 55+
'gted comm. Furn. 2/2
carpp c, ourd Laer
No pets / no smoking.
$900mo. 386-673-2963
hRMiD 2B nHE DEA
fenced yard, carport,lawn
maint. $85mo. F/L/S.
2-737-ts 5Furn/unfurn,

ORMOND BY THE SEA
Cute 2/2/1, C/HIA, FL
room, shed, w/d hook-
up, no pets, $850/mo.
407-423-9707
ORMOND BY THE SEA
Spacious 2/1, tile through
out, is/d hook up, C/HIA,
detached garage, off
street pkg, walk to beach!
$850/mo. 386-681-9339






PONTIAC FIREBIRD
Trans Am 2002.
Collectors yellow. Last
one made. 2,780 miles.
$25,000 772-465-6173


BLOWN HEAD Gaskcet?
State of the art 2-part
carbon metallic chemical
process. Repair yourself.
100% guaranteed.
1-866-780-9038 or 1-866
-750-8780 (Se H-abla Es.
panol) www.RXHP.com
35 MPGI CHEVROLET
METRO `2001 LSI Sedan
Auto, cold alc, new tires*
privately garaged. Ask-
3nc g6-6 5008Call owner
CHRYSLER SEBRING
Limited ,Cony. '99, 80K
miles, top line loaded 1
owner garaged looks &
runs like, new. $4850.
Must See 386-566-6204


Affordable & reliable
Hometow~nE N

386-322-5949


$ Absolute Best Valuel
Huge apartments; scr.
porches; walk-in closets.
Near Trails & hospital
u2t9A~skpl 3 6 67FR E3BOES
D.B. SHORES Condo
completely furnished.2/2.
No' smoking/pets. Big
pool area, walk to beach,
oblfstres. $11000/mo.
30sec. 386-761-7029
DAYTONA- Riverfront
Studio Apt. on private
t lsie Ow5 i ncl utl
les & cable 386-334-4779
DAYTONA BCH Beach-
side 1br., 2nd ~flr, near
Seabreeze convenient
loc 73580 ics elects c &



DAYTONA BEACH


is based on income.
386-255-2622.` EOH &
Handicapaeccessible. .


DAYTONA BCH Ocean
front 16th fir. 2/2 unfurn.
1275sf. kit, dining, 50'
priv balcony. Pool, clbhs.
iees.$1220. e st ls
38631620~500ca Rt
DAYTONA BEACH 2/2
ground for en fo d unit, lots
of closets, tile, pool. On
stek laundnyudplefab o
and water. $800/mo
386-295-7274

DcA nfr t, 1/1, BAl l
Jacuzzi tub, Cable & all
utilities incl. Huge POOL.
lots of amenities. $695
mo. + sec. 727-458-3477

D enfr n, w/2, R 0
3601 S.. Atlantic Ave.
Details: 386-767-2029

2/,O enfon Ne

gym, gar pkg $1295/mo.
+ sec 'No Pels 386-
322-7452 954-609-7'639

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ORMOND BEACH- 2/1
beautiful oceanview, apt
on oceanfront lot. Central
heat/air, newly renovated.
$1000/mo. 386-677-1265
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 SummerTree's
2/2 quad unit. New kit
ca t,.tri be car et sca
$850mo. 386-212-4959
PORT ORANGE Gated
Villagio 3/2. Resort style,
gym, pool, W/D, cable.

I ndi $ 75 1. 2se l




,11 $2A51 N g bri t
freshly painted, spotless.
Off Ridgewood,: near
'r uan 386-21 -97s8



VERO BEACH: Move iri
special Newly remod.
eled. ibr & 2br from
$575. Tile, New appl.
Close to Beaches, Parks
& Rest.772-563-0013

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S. DAYTONA 2br/1.5ba
11cg, scr. porch, w/d. No
sinokers/ pets. $850/mo.
Rent to own opt. 1st, last
sec. 386-788-2128




DAYTONA BCH Shores
lAor S.d o unlawtondsin
rage for storage.~ Each
w/elec & water. No lease
$40 bdle. 36-53022-3 Ogl
ORMON BEACHeh
Ai -conditionedwa ouscee
$750/mo. Ask about our
~3 2-1qsiing bo-

ORMOND BEACH- lo-
cated north US1, office,
bathroom, 1000 sf, con-
e dtebloc14 ovr~h ad
672-1276 ;` ";

.POnRtTeOBRuANnGE POkk
1000 sq ft & up of ware-
house space with or with-
out offices. Ground Level
or dock high. Also alc of-
fice space 660 sq ft.
ORMOND BEACH-
Ormond Business Cen-
he use2 0q ft1 Oup ware-
office space. Located' 1
mile So 1-95. Jeanette
386-299-7055 Free Rent
Iricentives


DAYTONA BEACH 1110
Lewis Drive. 4/2 C/H/A,
$707 m8)-2 629Rent to

DAYTONA BEACH 2/1.5
fenced yard LR, porch

SYndiCated Content welom. *** pstest io a
now, $700/mo. + security.
386-852-4596
AVailable from Commercial News Providers 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.
$11001mo. 386-214-2506


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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,
Oceanfrort weddin' r3~49
2; Htoric 9Tist 25-901
www.sunstatevacation.com


GATkLIIBURhG Hold
Near Dollywood. Plan
your break now. 2 & 3 br
chalets with mountain
views, hot tubs, Jacuzzis,
game rooms.. Pet
friendly. 1-877-215-3335
www.marysescape.c~m
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1938 CHEVY Street Rod
Chevy V-8 auto. A/C.
Almost perfect condition.
Interior redone. Asking
$22,500 561-767-0441
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miles, mint cond $52,900
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P/L, mrite ce cod ar
30+mpg. $3600 offer
386-253-1775





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TIRES & STOCK RIMS:
From an 02' Mustang.
Metric XSE-V, 245/50R16
Brand New... Only $400!
772-812-8338 SLC


ScNot 300cc,T08UR gt
over 75mpg, only 150
mi us Iwlarr, Ibllwinsho ,
386-846-3733 /682-5900
MOPED 49CC Wahoo, 4
cycle, cover, helmet,
1100 ml, electric starter
Asking $849 or best offer
386-760-3292

WANTED JAPANESE
Motorcycles Kawasaki,
1970-1980, Z1-900,
KZ900, KZ1000, H2-750,
H1-500, S1-250, S2-250.
S2-350, S3-400, Cash
Paid. 1-800-772-1142 or
1-310-721-0726

YAMAHA MAJESTY '05,
400cc scooter, backrest,

3Kmle 1sw $5 On






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COACHMAN SANTARA
Ready to gol!l 2002, 32'
Cas Cry36Kelmi,mn w
many extras included.
EXCELLENT condition,
$30,000 386.253.0209
FLEETWOOD 1996, 33'
fully loaded, excellent
cond. living room pop
out, alc $13,000 obo
386-882-7352/795-4994


Glent Olscounts, 8as
Caldr llooulncs
,98 00AC9HMEN
20' 0
$21,995 0809


$19,995 080
'08 M~llBU
28R18lov Haliler
$19,095 080

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HTC INSNON IsSsNaDd

Wate vIw,cSorSth rn
exposure $800/mo '+
electric. 518-848-4472


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Help support homeless
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TRAILERx- ,OPE Nl,

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ech orbest offe .
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'74 FLH SHOVELHEAD
3500 mi. after restore by
Blackgold Daytona
Invested $16K, asking
$10K obo 386-453-5820


17' WELLCRAFT 1999
Boat with trailer, well
mantain d, 5te in~sde.
23' ALLMAND 1970
Pleasure Boat.
Fiberglass-hardtop with
bracket, no motor.
$1000/obo 386-295-7180
25' CHECKMATE 454
Engine 189. Run gre I
Call386-56 -4221 a'
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
aalbe. aia HB r o

SOBO 407-310-2678 (c),
8Pho o ad #3 47L w


34' WELLCRAFT Scarab
II, 1985. Twin 454's,
clan inst cig retteadboat
fly equipped ray to
rurt, full canvas, sleeps 3,
dry stored Brevard Coun-
ty. $19,500/OBO. e-mail
for photos & details at
SBCruiser@aol.com or
call 407-422-60 ,00Ib

capacity, remote control,
2- 30 ft. catwalks, gang-
plank $1,000, slalom ski
with boot, new $300-
386-671-0408
, SBOATS 1000's of boats
for sale www.florida-
mrn oner.comn rac klg6
throughout Florida. Tide
charts, Broker Profiles,
Fi ingi ia~ptain D~or
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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.
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BORT C2Af 1997,DE1C1K
HP Yamaha outboard.
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exhibit featuring the works of
Iranian-American artists of
Florida, will be on display also
through Nov. 7. The artists rep-
resented are Narggess Albeko-
rd and Roohee Mirbaha.
MOAS is located at 352 S.
Nova Road, Daytona Beach.
For more information, call
(386) 255-0285 or visit the
Web site at www~moas.org.
*Ormond Memonial Art
Museum & Gardens: The
Society of American Graphic
Artists Printmakers exhibition
will be. on display through
Nov. 23, featuring the work of
60 artists. Participants in the
exhibition will employ burin
enrvn pac tikes, encil
mng) and collography. For more
information, call (386) 676-
3347 or visit the Web site at
www.ormondartmuseum.org.

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322-5901i. For more informa-
tion, canl (386) 322-593Z


ences: "Wishes and Dreams:
Iran's New G;eneration
Emerges" will be on display
through Nov. 7. The exhibition
features the work of 28 artists
between the ages of 22 and
40. It includes examples of
some of the major trends in
the new art being produced
by this generation: abstrac-
tion, portraiture, minimalism,
installation and video art.
"Nesting Dornas," an art


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and analysis will be covered.
Coffee and donuts will be
served. The public may attend.
*Fall Dances: Dances are
held from 2-4 p.m. each Friday
at the City Island Recreation
Center, 110 E. Orange Ave.,
Daytona Beach. Music will be
provided by Talk of the Town
and Dream. The cost is $3,
which includes a lesson at I
p.m., dancing and refresh-


ments. Singles are welcome.
This event will be held
through Dec. 26. For more
information, call (386) 676-
2150.
*Line Dancing: This event is
held at 2:15 p.m. each Thurs-
day at Sica Hall, 1065 Daytona
Ave., Holly Hill. The cost is $4
for members and $5 for non-
members. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 236-2997.
*,Museum of Arts & Sci-


*Daytona ~Metropolitan
Bridge club: Duplicate Bridge
.is played Monday through Sat-
urday at 600 Driftwood Ave.,
Daytona Beach. For the sched-
ule, call (386) 255-7744 or
visit the Web site at www.Day-
tonaBridge.org.
*Democracy Now: Internet
news with Amy Goodman will
be presented at 10:30 a.m.
each Thursday at Unitarian
Universalist Society, 56 N. Hal-


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Center of Ormond Beach:
Free tours are provided at the
home of John D. Rockefeller
from 10 a.m.-2:30 p.m., Mon-
day-Friday, and from 10-11:30
a.m., Saturday, at 25 Riverside
Drive, Ormond Beach. Large
groups should call for reserva-
tions at (386) 676-3216.


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