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Vol. 4, No. 10 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, April 3, 2009
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City to seek funds for Daytona Village


Hi Hometown News
readers,

Counselors comfort
students
Grief counselors met
students at Ormond Beach
Middle School Tuesday when
children returned after a day
off from class. Eighth grade
honor student Brittney
McIntyre was hit by a truck
and killed early Monday
morning while walking with
a friend west on Fleming
Avenue. Brittney and two
other girls were spending the
night at the home of 16-year-
old Alyssa Cavaretta. Alyssa's
See BRIEF, A2


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CALL OF THE ISLANDS


By Bill Borden
For Hometown News


The Daytona Beach City Com-
mission has taken another step for-
ward in its efforts to resolve the
ongoing problems surrounding the
troubled apartment complex
known as Daytona Village, by
approving city staff efforts to pursue
more than $2 million in grants to
purchase and rehabilitate the com-
plex.
Commissioner Sheila McKay-


Egg

hunt

Jonathan Prentice,
2, of Holly Hill, goes
for another Easter
egg during the
annual Easter Egg
Hunt at Holly Hill
City Hall last
weekend.


Vaughan dissented in the 6-1 vote,
expressing apprehension that too
much money is being concentrated
in one area of the city.
"I am disappointed about this
choice because I believe that the
object of this money is to help many
people in many parts of our city,"
Ms. McKay said. "This choice does
not recognize that there is need all
over this city, not just in one area."
Daytona Village, a 76-unit com-
plex located on Keech Street near
the International Speedway Boule-


vard and Nova Road
intersection, is in fore-
closure and city staff is
proposing to buy it
with part of a $2.4 mil-
lion in federal funds
from the "Neighbor-
hood Stabilization
Program."
If the money is
received, Emory
Counts, city eco-
nomic development
See VILLAGE, A2


Randy Barber
staff photographer



Holly Hill may have revenue loss


By Bill Borden
For Hometown News

Holly Hill -With property
values dropping dramatical-
ly and very little new con-
struction within the city to
expand its tax base, the Holly
Hill City Commission is get-
ting a head start on consider-
ing their options for next
year's budget.
City finance director Kurt
Swartzlander said the bleak
projections for next year's tax


revenues would greatly
impact the budget.
"One of the big pieces of
our budget is the village (or
property tax) rate and that is
dramatically impacted by
the property values, he said.
"And, we all know what is
going on with property val-
ues."
Mr. Swartzlander said
Volusia County Property
Appraiser Morgan Gilreath
recently estimated that prop-
erty values could be down by


as much as 15 to 20 percent
this year compared to a 10-
percent drop last year.
He told commissioners
they have two choices raise
the tax rate or cut the budget.
Mr. Swartzlander said if
property values fall 15 per-
cent, the current millage rate
of 4.8872 per $1,000 would
have to be raised to the roll-
back rate of 5.4739 to bring in
the same revenue. A 20-per-
See LOSS, A4


Ormond Beach to get

more beach parking


By Wayne Grant
For Hometown News

Those who don't live
within walking distance
of the beach will have
more places to park by the
end of the year after two
more off-beach lots are
added in the Ormond
Beach area.
In Ormond-by-the-Sea,
parking and public facili-
ties will be available just
steps from the beach. A
new off-beach lot in
Ormond Beach, however,
will be on the west side of
A1A, a location criticized
by a local citizens' group
as being on the "wrong
side of the street."
When the Volusia Coun-
ty Council considered
purchasing the Ormond
Beach location two years
ago, representatives of
Citizens and Neighbors
Devoted to Ormond, or
CANDO, asked the, coun-
cil to instead seek a
beachside location.
"We have nothing
against adding overflow.
parking, but we believe,
the city really needs a
park on the east side of
the road," Norman Lane,
CANDO chairman, said.
"It's a safety issue."
He pointed out that
there are four lanes of
traffic at the Rockefeller
location and no stoplight.
Nr. Lane said he
believes that the current
lower price of real estate
presents a "beautiful
opportunity for the city
of Ormond Beach to pur-
chase property on the
east side of A1A.
Contacted by e-mail,
Ormond Beach Mayor
Fred Costello said the city
is working with property
owners in an attempt to
obtain land for beach-
front parking.
"We all agree that
Ormond Beach needs a


magnificent beachfront
park and more off-beach
parking," the mayor said.
"I want beachfront
park(s) and am willing to
compromise and accept
west side off-beach park-
ing (at a traffic signal) if
that allows us to park
more cars and have a
nicer beachfront park."
The county will receive
matching funds from
ECHO, the environmen-
tal, cultural, historical
and outdoors program
funded by local property
taxes, for the two new
parks.
Gary Libby, chairman of
the advisory committee
for ECHO, said the board
is very interested in
receiving requests for off-
beach .parking projects
from all the coastal cities
and county. '"We'd love to
receive more applications
and bring projects for-
ward," he said.
"It's a huge need," he
said in a telephone inter-
view, "because much of
the beach is closed to
automobiles and the
coastal current is bringing
in much softer red sand
that makes driving diffi-
cult."
In Ormond-by-the-Sea,
"Ormond Beach Park" will
provide beachside park-
ing at 1631 Oceanshore
Blvd., where the Happy
Whale Motel once stood.
The empty lot is currently
the site of informal park-
ing.
The park will feature,
showers, restrooms, water
fountain and bike racks.
Overflow parking will be
available at the corner of
Oceanshore Boulevard
and Margaret Road, for a
total of 100 spaces.
In Ormond Beach,
"Rockefeller Beach Park,"
at the corner of A1A and


See PARKING, A3


Fitness festival fights obesity C


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By Jeanne Willard
Willard@hometownnewsol.com
VOLUSIA COUNTY -
Jessica Strauss lifted her
own body weight six times
in rapid succession before
her arms started quivering.
With music blaring and
friends cheering her on, the
freckle-faced eighth-grader
grunted out four more pull-
ups before she dropped to
the sand below.
"It was hard," she said
with a grimace.
The. Port Orange Silver
Sands Middle School stu-
dent was one of hundreds
of students from nine mid-
dle schools who attended
the annual Volusia County
Fitness Festival hosted by


her school on Monday.
Sponsored by the Volusia
County School Board and
the Volusia County Physical
Education Association, the
event promotes physical
fitness and helps battle ris-
ing childhood obesity rates,
said Laurie Gawriluk, coor-
dinator.
Elementary students
competed on the same day
at Seabreeze High School.
As a physical education
instructor at Silver Sands
Middle School, Ms.
Gawriluk is aware of the
challenges of promoting
sports and physical activity
in the face of school budget
cuts.
The fitness festival, held
for more than 25 years, fills


a need, she said.
"It's one of the only ath-
letic endeavors (other than
physical education classes)
for middle school stu-
dents," she said.
Events include sit-ups,
the sit and reach, standing
long jump, pull ups, shuttle
run, 50-yard dash, mile run
and mile relay.
School teams compete
each year for a traveling
trophy and individual win-
ners are recognized.
"It gives the students
another outlet and a
chance to pull together as a
team." she said. "It's an
opportunity to shine."
With nearly 700 students


See FITNESS, A7


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Emma Albrecht, 11, of David C. Hinson Middle School,
runs the mile race with Morgan Cumm, 12, of Ormond
Beach Middle School close behind during the Volusia
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toward the shoulder before
the crash. William Ferguson,
22, heading to work in Winter
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said his passenger side mirror
brushed Alyssa, but Brittney
was thrown by the impact
and died instantly. Police said
though the investigation is
on-going, it was dark at the
time of the crash and they


don't believe driver Ferguson
was speeding. Brittney's
grandfather told WESH 2 the
teen was a delight and was
already planning for the next
phase of her life in high
school. He told us the family
gets some comfort knowing
Brittney's donated organs
have already saved two lives.
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Atlantic Avenue. Heather
Crawford, 30, was either
standing on a chair or sitting
on the railing about 3 a.m.
when she fell to her death.
Crawford, the mother of two
young children, was in town
celebrating her boyfriend's
birthday. Police said he was
asleep when it happened
and didn't know anything
was wrong until he heard
sirens below. The week
before, a 16-year-old boy,
visiting with his family, fell
from a top floor balcony at
the OceanWalk Resort in
Daytona Beach. Police said
the teen had piled chairs
together to stand on to get a
better view of the sunrise,
the morning after his family
arrived in the area.


Village
From page Al
director, said he will also
pursue funding from other
governmental agencies to
supplement the neighbor-
hood stabilization grant to
ensure they can cover the
$1.3 million purchase price
and an estimated $1.3 mil-
lion rehabilitation cost.
"This is a blighted area,"
said Zone 6 Commissioner
Cassandra Reynolds, "so
(this project) would improve
the neighborhood."
But resident John Nichol-
son told commissioners that
he believes the money spent
in the area last year, to build
two low-income housing
complexes known as Halifax
Village and Pine Haven, was
enough.
"I don't think you realize
that this is just two blocks
from where you just spent
$26 million and $200 million
during the last 10 years," he
said.
Mr. Nicholson and Ms.
McKay-Vaughan also
expressed concern that the
wording on the grant appli-
cation stated that the
money would be used
throughout the city, when
staff's intention was to use it
only for DaytonaVillage.
"It's not going throughout
the city of Daytona Beach as
'the grant states. It's one par-
ticular area time and time
again while you let the
beach side area fall drastic.
cally in disrepair," Mr.
Nicholson said.
Mr. Counts said Daytona
Village is a good place to use
the money.
"It's a big bang for the
buck," he said. "The housing
authority is willing to work
with us and that might bring
in additional funds. The
money must be paid back if
not spent within 10 months,
so the multi-unit projects
versus individual homes are
better."
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The Rockefeller Gardens redo will create many more amenities at the riverfront park, including a permanent stage.



Rockefeller Gardens getting facelift


By Wayne Grant
For Hometown News


It may look like a big
muddy field right now, but
in a few months, residents
will see a new and
improved Rockefeller Gar-
dens. Officials say new
amenities at the park,
located between the Case-
ments and the Halifax
River, will bring more and
bigger events and added
enjoyment for the public.
Rockefeller Gardens is
the site of several events
throughout the year. A
grant from ECHO, the
Volusia County environ-
mental, cultural, historical
and outdoors program
funded by local property
taxes, is allowing Ormond
Beach to fix drainage prob-
lems and make several
improvements. These
include a permanent stage
for concerts and other
events; a vendor service
road; handicapped acces-
sibility; a promenade
along the river and around
the gardens; and a reten-
tion pond with a decora-
tive waterwheel.
"It's going to be fabu-


Parking
From page Al
Rockefeller Drive, will pro-
vide parking on the west
side of A1A near a beach


lous," said Maggie Sacks,
director of Ormond Main-
Street, the city's economic
development organiza-
tion. "We're hoping to have
many more events."
Ms. Sacks said the per-
manent stage will provide
a venue for more and larg-
er concerts and the service


Beach city engineer, said
the project is still on
schedule to be finished in
June. He said there were no
major snags in the con-
struction so far. The cost of
the project is approxi-
mately $1 million.
During the construction,
the Native American festi-


"It's going to be fabulous, We're hoping to
have many more events.'

Maggie Sacks
Ormond MainStreet


road will make it easy to
deliver instruments and
other equipment.
There will be electrical
for 150 venders, she said,
allowing many events to be
expanded. "On November
14 and 15 we're going to
have the Ormond Main-
Street Fall Festival, which
is replacing the Soup R'
Chili Cookoff and will have
more food and entertain-
ment. And a new event
being planned is a weekly
farmers' market," she said.
John Nobel, Ormond


approach. The park will
feature 34 spaces, bike
racks and an interpretive
display on the history of
the area as "the birthplace
of speed." There will be a
marked crosswalk, making


val had to be cancelled but
other events were accom-
modated at the Casements
or at other parks. The
Native American festival
will return next year.
Robert Carolin, director
of Leisure Services for
Ormond Beach, said the
renovations will open up a
"realm of new possibili-
ties."
"It's going to be really
nice and have such a great
atmosphere, he said."
Mr. Carolin said the
improved drainage, pro-


it safer for beachgoers to
get across the highway.
ECHO granted matching
funds of $111,252 for Rock-
efeller Beach Park and
$487,989 for Ormond Beach
Park, in matching funds.


vided by a pumping sta-
tion, piping and higher
elevation, will be a major
improvement. Because of
the high water level, the
area can get soggy after
use and previously, events
had to be spaced a few
days apart to allow for
drainage.
Mr. Carolin also said that
with the permanent stage, it
won't be necessary to con-
struct one each time there is
a concert. He added that two
towers on either side of the
stage will be able to hold a
curtain and will look aes-
thetically pleasing, reflecting
the architecture and time
period of the Casements.
The promenade, to be
constructed of "concrete
coquina" will reduce the
grassy area where people
can sit during concerts
somewhat, but a terraced
area being added at the end
of the park opposite the
stage will provide additional
seating.
The project is due to be
completed in time for the
Fourth of July celebration.
Even if unforeseen problems
delay the project, the holi-
day event will go on as
scheduled, officials said.


Both projects were
approved by the Volusia
County Council on March
19. According to docu-
ments filed with ECHO,
completion is scheduled
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St. Paul's Council 1895, are
hosting a Lenten fish fry.
Dinner will be served at 5
p.m. to 7:30 p.m., Friday, April
3, at Mullally Hall, at the
Basilica Church of Saint Paul,
317 Mullally St., Daytona
Beach
The cost is $6 per person
and includes fish, French
fries, cole slaw and hush pup-
pies.
For more information, call
(386) 252-5422.

Surf contest to be held

The Christian Surfers of
Daytona Beach Spring Fling
Surf Contest 2009 will be
held Saturday and Sunday,
April 4 and 5, at the Birth
Place of Speed Park located
at the corner of Granada
Avenue and Atlantic Avenue
in Ormond Beach.


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would require a rollback rate
of 5.7515 and a 25-percent
drop would require a 6.0588
millage rate.
The rollback rate is the rate
at which the same amount of
revenue is brought in as the
previous year, not considering
new construction.
Mr. Swartzlander said these
numbers were not exact.


"Some of the estimates are
fairly loose at this point in
time for projection purpos-
es," he said.
April is the city's usual pre-
liminary budget planning
month, but it is normally July
before the commission
would have defined numbers
to work with to develop a
more accurate budget.
Mayor RolandVia called for
a special budget workshop to
be held. The meeting has not
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This two-day event fea-
tures a surf contest and surf
lessons at 12:30 p.m. on Sat-
urday, food by chef Larry
and multiple musical
guests. There will be a prize
raffle.
They will also be having a
surf video premiere at 6
p.m., Saturday at Lu Lu's,
located across the street
from the surf contest.
For more information
(386) 235-5596.

Flea market planned
The Ormond Beach Elks
No. 2193 ladies auxiliary will
hold a flea market/garage
sale from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Saturday, April 4, at 214 Wil-
mette Ave., Ormond Beach.
Breakfast and lunch will be
available.
Proceeds will benefit the
children's therapy services,
children's charities and local
scholarships. For more
information call (386) 673-
3836.








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Local municipal budgets see


relief with lower fuel prices


By Jamye Durrance
Durrance@hometownnewsol.com
VOLUSIA COUNTY-
Every little bit helps.
That's what city and coun-
ty officials are saying about
the extra money they have in
the bank due to the drop in
fuel prices.
"We're certainly using
those funds to balance the
budget," said Ormond Beach
city manager Joyce Shana-
han. "The state shared rev-
enues and property rev-
enues are decreasing. We
can use (the fuel budget) to
offset those declines."
During the summer
months when most cities,
were preparing their 2009
fiscal year budgets which
begin in October, the nation-
al average price for gas was
hovering near $4.00.
Today, the current nation-
al average is nearly half
that- $2.048 for regular
unleaded -according to


AAA. Diesel comes in at
$2.259.
Because of the high prices,
Port Orange originally bud-
geted more than $800,000
for fuel and through the end
of February had spent
$139,000.
George Baker, Volusia
County Fleet Management
director, said the county is
nearly $1 million under
budget for fuel costs, which
will be moved to reserves.
The city of Edgewater
budgeted more than
$600,000 and has only spent
just over $100.000. After
budgeting the $4.00 pet gal-
lon for unleaded gas; they
recently paid $1.85, finance
director John McKINney
said.
While other r budget
expensM HW
ing ad -dtyl' iHa to
ing, to
see some tiWt .
"We've been able to offset
the revenue losses,* said Port


Orange City Manager Ken
Parker.
But, it isn't just a lower
price in fuel that has helped
reduce fuel budgets, officials
said.
Most cities and the county
have switched to fuel effi-
cient vehicles and encour-
aged employees to be more
fuel conscious with their
driving.
Mr. Baker said the county
has about a dozen hybrid
vehicles with plans to pur-.
chase more soon.
They have also switched to
other fuel-efficient vehicles,.
Added GPS for route opti-
mization, and eliminated
unnecessary vehicles.
"We look at return on
-Inatrient," Mr. Baker said.
"We know every mile per gal-
"nf Uldife history of every
v:Q1le. We are rightsizing
our fleetd."
Port Orange has also pur-
chased fuel efficient vehicles
and is researching the possi-


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Volusia County Sheriff's deputy Tim Willis fuels up his patrol car at the county fueling
station in Daytona Beach recently.


ability of buying electric vehi-
cles for departments that
don't have to travel long dis-
tances.
"We do want to get the
right vehicle," Mr. Parker
said. "We look at the most
fuel efficient."
Mr. Parker said the city
implemented a goal two
years ago to reduce fuel con-
sumption by 10 percent. So


far, they have gotten to eight
percent, he said.
When it comes to predict-
ing the remainder of the fis-
cal year fuel expenses, offi-
cials are hesitant to plan too
,far ahead.
In Ormond Beach, Ms.
Shanahan said she is not
.making any decisions on
fuel prices for a few more
months.


Mr. Baker said he expects
fuel prices to jump back up
during the summer months.
The city of Port Orange
will be paying close atten-
tion to the reports from
Organization of Petroleum
Exporting Countries, or
OPEC.
"There is some data," Mr.
Parker said. "But, it's hard to
predict where fuel will be."


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Editor's note: This is a list
of arrests, not convictions,
and all arrestees are pre-
sumed innocent unless or
until proven guilty in, a
court of law.
Daytona Beach
Police Department

*Scott Bernard Baldwin, 43,
of 949 Lewis Drive, Daytona
Beach, was arrested March 20
on charges of domestic bat-
tery by strangulation and
false imprisonment domes-
tic. Bail was not set.
*Laschelles Francis, 18,
1412 Mandrake Drive, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
March 20 on charges of bur-
glary to conveyance and car-
rying a concealed firearm.
Bail was set at $3,000.
*Michael J. Watson, 32, 711
Flora St., Daytona Beach, was
arrested March 21 on charges


of possession and sale of'
cocaine, sale of cocaine with-
in 1,000 feet of a place of wor-
ship. Bail was set at $2,500.
*Ben Gibson, Jr., 31, of 336
Hobart Ave., Daytona Beach
was arrested March 21 on
charges of unlawful posses-
sion of a cocaine. Bail was not
set.
*Jonathan Raymard Mayo,
24, of 629 Willie Drive, Day-
tona Beach was arrested
March 21 on charges of bat-
tery to a law enforcement
officer, resisiting arrest with
violence and possession of
cocaine. Bail was not set.
*lames Washington Hall,
30, of 1093 Margaret Drive,
Daytona Beach, was arrested
March 21 on charges of utter
counterfeit note and unlaw-
ful possession of cannabis
more than 20 grams within
1,000 feet of a church or
school. Bail was set at


$11,000.
*Athnea Irene Brophy, 34,
of 340 North St., Daytona
SBeach. wasairrested March 22
on charges of possession of
cocaine. Bail was set at
$2,500.
*Bruce Leonard Johnson,
56, of 535 Loomis Ave., Day-
tona Beach,. was arrested
March 22 on charges of pos-
session of cocaine. Bail was
set at $3,000.
*Wendy Sue Keyes, 32, of
415 B Revilo Blvd., Daytona
Beach was arrested March 24
'on charges of solict to com-
mit prostitution. Bail was set
at $1,000.
*Diedrell L. D. Maddox, 28,
of 611 1/2 North St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested March 25
on charges of grand theft
auto. Bail was set at $2,500.
*Lauesha K Williams, 18, of
929 Marion St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested March 25


on charges of burglary. Bail
was set at $20,000.
*John Fitzgerald Butts, 44,
of 1500 Virginia Ave. No.
212C, Daytona Beach, was
arrested March 26 on charges
of unlawful possession of
cocaine. Bail was not set.
*Kenneth Lee Favors, 47, of
224 N. Caroline St., Dl, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
March 26 on charges of bur-
glary (car break). Bail was set
at $1,250.
*David Walter Forance, 33,
of 524 Seabreeze Blvd., No.
UP, Daytona Beach, was
arrested March 26 on charges
of aggravated battery
(domestic violence). No bail
was set.

Ormond Beach
Police Department

*Dean W Grannemnan. Jr.,


19, of 751 River Oak Drive,
W, Ormond Beach, was
arrested March 26 on
charges of burglary. Bail was
set at $2,250.

Volusia County
Sheriffs Office

*Wayne Dontavious
Matthews, 24, of 715 Wash-
ington St., Daytona Beach,
was arrested March 21 on
charges .of: home
invasion/robbery with a
firearm. Bail was not set.
eDaniella A. Emma, 66, of
1111 Valencia Ave., Holly
Hill, was arrested March 22
on charges of child abuse
without great harm. Bail was
not set.
*Glenn Edward Roberts,
37, of 57 River Road,
/ Ormond Beach, was arrest-
ed March 22 on charges of


grand theft. Bail was set at
$1,000.
*Larry R. Larrabee, 51, of
733 Bellevue Ave., Apt. 6,
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed March 22 on charges of
burglary with assault and
battery. No bail was set.
*John William Stellaccio,
34, of 678 Wellington Station
No. 60, Ormond Beach was
arrested March 25 on
charges of armed robbery
and aggravated battery. Bail
was set at $7,500.
Katherine Niles Ryan, 44,
of 32 Alamanda Dr.,
Ormond Beach, was arrest-
ed March 24 on charges of
possession of cocaine. Bail
was set at $2,000.
*Eric Christian Marcotte,
36, of 49'Camellia Drive,
Ormond Beach, was arrest-
ed March 24 on charges of
possession of, cocaine. Bail
was set at $2,000.


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- Thank you to trash man

S I love your Hometown News. We get it every week. We live
in the Villages of Pine Run in Ormond Beach.
There is a man that goes along everyday and picks up
trash in the whole Villages of Pine Run. I don't know if any-
one thanks him, but I see him all the time. It is such a won-
derful thing. I just wanted to thank him for being a won-
derful neighbor and citizen.

Thank you for taking care of restrooms

I would like to rave about the wonderful woman who
.' takes care of all the restrooms in the parks in Ormond
Beach.
She goes above and beyond and does a wonderful job.
t; 'All the restrooms in Ormond Beach parks are taken care of
really well. I would like to thank that woman for everything
S she does. It's just nice to have clean restrooms when you
i' are on the road all day.

Landlords should be careful choosing tenants

." We have a situation in Ormond-by-the-Sea that could be
..1::' a really good lesson for everyone, especially landlords, who
S buy up homes and rent them.
There haire been numerous police reports filed against
our neighbors. There has been drug activity. There has
been late night abuse and profanity.
S Basically, our street has been trashed. The landlord has
*? been contacted numerous times, and she's really not that
concerned.
y One of the reasons that she does not evict them is that
s- he is probably concerned the house will get trashed when
they leave.
I say she has already trashed the neighborhood by allow-
g, jing these people to stay.
I would like to give some advice to all landlords. If a pos-
sible tenant approaches you to rent a property,. you might
wantto ask yourself if you would d 'want them as your neigh-
Sbors. If the answer is no, then please don't give them to us.
The lesson being, do unto your neighbor as you would
do unto yourself.

Why are schools not on the bailout lists?

Citibank, AIG, auto manufacturers, etc. all got stimu-
lus/bailout money.
The first two mentioned have misused money, past or
present, due to the bailout money supplied recently.
However, schools continue to have to layoff teachers.
Programs that enhance students for the future are in jeop-
ardy. Cuts are being made here, there and everywhere.
Please, someone tell me and everyone else why are the
schools not on the list for bailouts?
Why are they not the first, if not the only ones getting the
money? I was under the impression that today's children
are our future. Can we not invest in them first and fore-
most? I just don't get it, and I know I'm not alone.

Keep the dogs, ban the people

It's hard to believe that there is even the slightest consid-
eration being given to alcohol and animals being allowed
on the beach.
Don't they read? Haven't they walked around their own
neighborhoods? If pet owners can't bend over and pick up
after their pets in their own-neighborhoods, do you think
they'll do it on the beach?
Haven't they seen and read about countless alcohol
related offenses on TV and in the newspapers?
We go to the beach to relax, walk and enjoy the peace
and beauty, not to step around empty beer bottles, ciga-
rette butts and dog poop. I'd love to take my dog to the
beach and enjoy a cold bottle of beer under my umbrella,
but opening it up to a whole segment of society that just
doesn't care, is too lazy to walk to the nearest garbage can
or pick up after their animals, is a huge mistake. We must
save our beaches. We've already screwed up so much for
the next generation. Let's at least try to do this right.




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Celtic Crossroads will perform on April 17 at the Peabody Auditorium, and on April 18 and 19 at the News-
Journal Center. For more information or to purchase tickets, go to www.dbif.com or call 386-257-7790.


Festival makes it through setbacks,


bigger and better for 2009


By Sandra Frederick
For HometoWn News


DAYTONA BEACH Traditionally
spring brings showers, then flowers,
and is the prelude to a long, sizzling
summer.
This year, however, it brings the
London Symphony Orchestra and the
Daytona Beach International Festival
with 30 venues, 100 events and 250
artists. For 43 years, the LSO has been
coming to Daytona Beach in the sum-
iner, but this time around DBIF organ-
izers decided to make it a spring event.
"The decision was made at the end
of the 2007 festival to make it in the
spring so we could be the first on the
festival circuit across the
nation," explained Manny "M
Bornia, vice president of the
Daytona Beach International WOu
Festival. "By doing this, we will
''kick off" "the festival,: dcircuit'- ',Bea
instead of, competing \with to [
others."
And it seems to be working. T1
Bornia said ticket sales are up
by 11 percent over previous
years, with sales from as far
away as Hawaii, California,
Texas and the northeast. Fe
Through the sales, Mr. Bornia
said 1,200 people are making
travel plans, contributing about $24
million to the local economy.
While the LSO's events include per-
formances by four different conduc-
tors, there's plenty more for the com-
munity to take part in. The 17-day
festival is the longest music festival of
its kind in Florida and the largest
international and orchestral music
festival in the state, offering a variety
of musical offerings.
Festival performances range from
classical music, jazz, bluegrass and
guitar concerts to a Latin ballet.
The roots of the festival started
back in 1965, when Florida Interna-
tional Festival, Inc. was formed. The
late Tippen Davidson, of the founding
family of The Daytona Beach-News
Journal, met with community leaders
to find a way to improve the image of
the area, said Julia Truilo, Mr, David-
son's daughter. Mr. Davidson suggest-
ed a musical event and found himself


taking on the project.
"He sent letters to every orchestra he
could find and only one letter came
back the London Symphony
Orchestra." Mrs. Truilo said. "They told
him when he found the money to
come back to them, so he went out
and got the money and called them
back."
The LSO was the centerpiece
between 1966 and 1969, but a budget
shortfall ended the relationship.
In 1982, the LSO returned to Day-
tona Beach for an event managed by
Central Florida Cultural Endeavors, a
corporation formed in'1974 with the
guidance of Mr. Davidson. Within five
years, it had three staffers and a
$350,000 budget. By 1991, the staff
y dad was a big dreamer and he.kne
lid be big. When he came back to D
ichJrom Chicago in the 1950s, he v
bring more culture to thearea and h
his is good for the tourist industry as
as the residents"

Julia Truilo
.stival founder Tippen Davidson's daug

increased to six and the budget to $1.7
million. Between 1985 and 2007, the
LSO returned every other year .as the
Florida International Festival's head-
liner.
Growth of the biennial event contin-
ued and today, DBIF has nearly 28
employees 16 are seasonal and a
budget of $6 million to put on the
shows. DBIF hopes to make enough
money to pay the expenses and if pos-
sible, put some aside for the next Festi-
val in 2011.
"My dad was a big dreamer and he
knew this would be big," Mrs. Truilo
said. "When he came back to Daytona
Beach from Chicago in the 1950s, he
wanted to bring more culture to the
area and he did. This is good for the
tourist industry as well as the resi-
dents."
Built around the LSO's residency at
Daytona Beach, the festival delivers a
musical experience unlike any other,


Mr. Bornia said.
Set along 23 miles of picturesque
Atlantic coastline, Daytona Beach
offers a variety of indoor and outdoor
settings and venues. Factor in pleasing
temperatures, sandy shores, historical
sites and cultural experiences, along
with a host of places to stay, and it is a
perfect scenario for the Festival visitor.
"The spring is new for us," said
Kathryn McDowell, managing director
of the LSO. "We are all interested to see
how it turns out."
And it has been a 40-year love affair
with Daytona Beach, Ms. McDowell
added.
"Some of the members have been
coming here year after year, a few for
at least 20 or more years," she said.
"This is a very young
w this orchestra, so many are
aytona planning on bringing their
families also."
wanted For more than a year, the
edid. DBIF has worked lirelessl\
to d6eelop a dynamic and
well cultural program and the
most diverse collection of
concerts ever presented by
the group, Mr. Bornia said.
The LSO will return to
ghter headline the inaugural
Daytona Beach Interna-
tional Festival on April 16
through May 2. Ms. McDowell said the
LSO has added a new Latin program
centering around film music this sea-
son "with a slightly different feel, very
vibrant and energetic."
Revered as one of the world's leading
orchestras, the 96-member LSO will
perform seven concerts, several
chamber concerts and recitals.
In addition to the LSO, the 2009 fes-
tival will feature a diverse lineup of
artists from around the world, per-
forming everything from bluegrass to
classical music to Latin jazz, at venues -
throughout Daytona Beach and Cen-
tral East Florida.
Also new for the 2009 Festival is
DBIF's focus on increased accessibility
to the community through a variety of
innovative new programs, including
DBIF 365 Live, a new storefront bou-
tique; an expanded and redesigned
Web presence at www.dbif.com; and a
new Friends of the Festival program.


2009: Not your grandmother's festival


With a new name change also comes new events such
as a free DBIF Family Days on April 25 and 26 with a "Battle
of the Bands" and a sunset LSO concert free to the public.
In an effort to get the community involved, DBIF has
added a lineup of"Informances" and pre-concert talks. Not
only will the Ballet Hispanico give two performances,
members will open up the stage for a complimentary salsa
dance lesson.
"We are excited about having the community on stage
with us for a salsa lesson," Waldemar Quinones-Villanueva
said from his NewYork office.
Daytona Beach International Festival is kicking off a new
initiative designed to increase the organization's visibility
and accessibility to the community-- DBIF365.
DBIF365 will not only make the concerts more accessible
to the public, it now offers a new storefront boutique and
box office that allows visitors to purchase tickets and
browse for merchandise. There is also a redesigned, user-
friendlyWeb site with picture galleries, blog sections and in
the future, the ability for streaming radio and video
options.
"We have worked hard to bring the festival to the people,"
Manny Bomia, vice president of DBIF, said. "We want as
many people as we can get to participate in the festival."
On the programming end, there's also several new pro-
grams at new venues; such as the festival Late Night Series,
designed to appeal to a younger audience in smaller more
intimate places with exciting new artists, accessible ticket
pricing and later start times.
"We tried to keep the price reasonable, at $20, so the
young professionals can come and and see it," Mr. Bornia
said. "They are going to be the ones to keep the festival


going in the future."
The new series will kick off on the festival's opening
weekend, Aprill7-18, with a sultry performance by Russ-
ian-born singer Sophie Millman at the Bank & Blues Club.
The series also includes a salsa dance night, jazz trio and
a YouTube internet sensation that fuses classical music
with hip-hop and contemporary styles.
Held at venues throughout Daytona Beach, West Volusia
and the surrounding areas, the 2009 DBIF "INformances"
will feature some of the festival's most popular artists,
including Celtic Crossroads, Cherryholmes and PROJECT.
In addition to these free performances, DBIF is offering
free educational components through the Volusia County
School system, further increasing accessibility to the Day-
tona Beach community.
The 2009 Festival is also featuring a number of first-ever
events, such as the Conductor-in-Residence program, with
Maestro Daniel Harding.
It is also bringing back several popular outreach activities
as well, including the LSO On-Call program for home-
bound residents; the AT&TYouth Institute at Daytona State
College, offering 23 high school students from across the
state a once-in-a-lifetime experience; and the
Stetson University Elderhostel program, featuring cus-
tomized lectures and behind-the-scenes experiences for
seniors.
"We want to serve as a catalyst for rediscovery of Daytona
Beach as a travel destination," he said. "We hope to re-
brand Daytona Beach with the festival."

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urmes for a sustainable Voices own energy. This would allow Aquifer.
tidL Water resotlres are the property owner to be less Without a natural. sustain-
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the Install an Atmospheric Water for years to come and provide including, but not limited to.
i it.lerator fr qualltydrinking a self-sustained water source agriculture. Property taxes for
wAlti' Witerp t wlbyPhotovolta- in energy in case of emer- conservation empowers you
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fobr hef girls. "That's bad for me," he video games or watch T.R
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S 'ald. So e'di a' really trying arms being a little tired. Sands won the overall team
to k p- there i on the right On Saturday, he rode a bull competition for the second
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LIVE LIFE OUTSIDETI


Live Life Outside..


As defined by the dictionary, a vacation
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some;eiing". Most often that has come to
meart-an escape from the daily grind but not
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Call them the Incredible Hulks of the
environmental movement. Several local
residents are just as green and are lifting
the weight of the planet's future on their
shoulders.
Hometown News caught up with a few
of these iiovers and shakers recently and
askf*theMfilUtit how they're helpirig to'
save the Earth one project at a time, and
how the rest of us can get involved, too.
JOEL TIPPENS, 52, a
Daytona Beach native, is
founder of Salt of the
Earth, Inc., a nonprofit
group that creates com-
munity gardens in the
Daytona Beach area.
About your green ini- JOEL
dative: We look for TIPPENS
opportunities to serve
the community for social, economic and
environmental justice by providing com-
munity food security. It's a high priority
with so many families seeking emer-
gency food assistance. Of course we need
more people to donate cans of beans to
the food pantries, but rather than do just
that it might be a more sustainable solu-
tion to encourage more people to grow
fresh vegetables themselves. We started
the first community garden on
White Street (at the corner of Willis
Street) and the long-term plan would be
to establish a network of community gar-
dens through the area.
How you got involved in the green
movement: It goes back to growing up in
the 1970s "Think global, act local." I


\vas always concerned back then about
... protecting the whales, but I didn't see
myself being able to join up with Green
Peace and sail the seven seas, so I
thought saving the planet starts iat
home). So many environmental issues
are interconnected with economic issues
and social issues in your own communi-
ty.
-. Most important green issue: I think
sustainability. We've been doing a lot of
things that seemed to work well for the
last 50 years, but we're realizing these
ways aren't sustainable. We can't do it for
another 50 years.
One way for everyone to go green
today: The simplest thing would be par-
ticipating in your municipality's recy-
cling program. It's that old mantra:
"Reduce, reuse recycle." And that just
starts right there in the house. You can do
that every day. I also think you should
grow some of your own food for the
kitchen. You wind up taking better care
of your property if you're a gardener, and
who knows ... what kind of long-term
impact that could have on the environ-
ment and on the society.


CIANA MAGLIO, 29, a
two-year resident of Day-
tona Beach, is co-founder
of Go Green Daytona and
a local coordinator for
Green Halloween.


About your green ini- CIANA
tiative: Go Green Daytona MAGLIO
is a community group try- M LI
ing to "green" the Daytona area through a
series of committees, volunteer pro-
grams and projects. We're looking at what


other communities are doing to get
involved. Green Halloween is a national
group that creates more environmentally
friendly and health-conscious holidays.
starting with Halloween.
How you got involved In the green
movement: My parents brought us up on
organic food and my mom's a nurse who
preferred alternative medicine before
western medicine. That's how we grew
up. My father was the first person who
taught me about terrace gardening when
we lived n New York. It was the ideal way
to grow vegetables year-round. He loves
fresh tomatoes,
Most important green Issue: It's every-
thing. We're messing with the entire envi-
ronment. We have to be more conscious.
One way for everyone to go green
today: A very, very easy solution is to
walk more and use more reusable bags.
Pretty simple.


ALICE JAEGER, 60, a
40-year resident of
Ormond Beach, is a long-
time board member of
the Volusia/Flagler Sierra
Club, the local chapter of
the national conservation
organization.


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1980. I have served on the board at previ-
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the program chair. I'm the lady who tries
to get wonderful programs for our meet-
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Warriors
From page 1
ings. We are trying to build
up the number of people
who actually attend our
meetings. We'd love for
more people to come.

How you got involved in
the green movement: I
think it's the way to go for
our country and for our
planet. We have to start
thinking about the conse-
quences of our behavior.
We need to start being more
careful about how we treat
the species on this Earth.

Most important green
issue: I'm very concerned
about our ocean becoming
a cesspool. It's so polluted,
and so are our rivers. I'm of
course concerned about
global warming, too. I'm
very excited about (Presi-
dent Barack Obama's)
directive toward using more
renewable energy and very
hopeful we're going to start
going in that direction. If
we don't educate our youth
about their future, before
too long we'll run out of
"real Florida." I'm very con-
cerned about overdevelop-
ment in our beautiful state.
I think we're killing the
golden goose.

One way for everyone to
go green today: The easiest
way is to simply recycle the
things they use in their
homes. Our garbage has
gone down to a minimal
amount. We have hardly
anything that goes into the
garbage truck. Most of what
we use is recycled. We need
to encourage more compa-
nies and schools to start
recycling and make it a uni-
form thing throughout the
country.

JACK PAGE, 65, a 13-year
resident of New Smyrna
Beach, is co-founder and
facilitator of the Citizens
Resource Group, a commu-
nity 'organization that
focuses on recycling, green-
ing local government, pro-
tecting the barrier island
and promoting flgler


Avenue and
Canal Street
retail.

About
your green
initiative:
In concert JACK PAGE
with Rose
Lapopolo
we started four Citizens
Resource Groups. All of our
members are citizen volun-
teers. Two of (the groups)
are more focused on green
aspects. We have one
(group) called Green Gov-
ernment that is working to
assist the city to be more
green oriented, starting
with their facilities and
automobiles.
The Recycling group is
working with the city on
developing a program for
recycling more materials
like electronics. (The mem-
bers) were actually a group
of citizens who got together
and indicated they would
like volunteer to assist the
city in any way they could,
though we are not affiliated
with the city or supported
by them.

How you got involved in
the green movement: I
think like everybody else I
have a concern for the envi-
ronment, locally, nationally
and globally. On a local
basis, by being involved as I
am and the groups are, we
are able to do something at
the grassroots level.

Most important green
issue: I think a big problem
we face locally and nation-
ally is the abundance of
electronics that are becom-
ing obsolete and that have
materials in them that need
to be sorted out. It becomes
a real issue of getting these
materials to a recycler that
can handle them. There are
computers; laptops, tele-
phones, cell phone; with
the number that are
becoming obsolete, it's very
difficult to find something
to do with them.

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and more offered by our
retailers to replace the use
of the plastic bags.

JAMES STOWERS, 31, a
two-year resident of
Ormond Beach, is a land
use attor-
ney for
Cobb Cole.
He was the iB
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tive:We try to integrate sus-
tainable practices, or at
least inform our clients
about those practices, such
as walkable neighborhood
development. The idea is if
you have more dense infra-
structure around a town
center, it allows for people
to walk to and from the
store and work, taking
automobiles off the road
and reducing greenhouse
gases.
The U.S. Green Building
Council ... verifies the types
of green building practices
that lead to sustainability,
from low flow toilets to
reducing impervious sur-
faces or locating new devel-
opment within an urban
core. All the components
help to minimize the
impacts of development in
a financially feasible man-
ner.
From my perspective, it
makes sense as a land use
attorney to help educate
our clients. It's not only a
win for them, but also
reduces some of the impact
(on the environment), and
cities look positively on that
during the negotiation
process for entitlements.

How you got involved in
the green movement: I
have a master's in urban
and regional planning from
the University of Florida.


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When I went to law school
(at UF), I became acquaint-
ed with (a student) whose
father, Dr. Charles Kibert, is
one of the state's leading
experts on sustainable
practices and green build-
ing. At one of our young
lawyer meetings, (Dr. Kib-
ert's daughter) talked about
green building ... and I was
pretty intrigued.

Most important green
issue: Unfortunately, the
development model that
has been put in place is so
dependent on the automo-
bile. You think about a large
city developed before the
automobile, like New York,
and there's an ability for
people to live and work and
play all in the same area
without having a car.
Throughout Florida, that is
virtually impossible.
Having those types of
choices where we can
live in Ormond Beach near
the downtown and work at
city hall and go eat at Caf-
feine and shop at a grocery
store and not have to drive
- would put everyone in a
better position. It is a.diffi-
cult model. A lot of effort
needs to take place up front
to get the infrastructure (in
place).

One way for everyone to
go green today: One thing
I've tried to do is buy Flori-
da drought-tolerant plants
and xeriscape. Basically, it's
just getting landscape
materials that don't require
all kinds of water. In Flori-
da, (landscaping) accounts
for a huge percentage of the
water consumption, so hay-
ing all native plants is :a
huge factor in saving wdter.

KEVIN PARA, 47, a 30-
year resident of New Simyr-

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into an alternative fuel
source that can be used
modified diesel engines.

About your green initia-
tive: I'm a hobbyist. I've.
done a few things over the
years, such as solar heaters,
and a number of years back
I was appointed as a utility
commissioner. One of the
things I wanted to bring to
the utility commission was


awareness of the value of
trying to move toward
renewable energy. I'm a
businessman, and being in
business in the area of
research and development
is risky. I invested quite
heavily in (the waste veg-
etable oil) equipment
thinking it would become a
business, and now it's just a
hobby. If (gas) gets up to
$2.50 a gallon again, it will
make sense (to use veg-
etable oil).

How you got involved in
the green movement: I've
had a passion for renew-
ables that goes all the way
back to my teenage years.
Sustainable practices are a
lifestyle. I grew up in
Upstate NewYork and it was
popular in that area along
with environmental issues
that were prominent in the
early 1970s, and that has
always stayed with me

Most important green
issue: I would say cheaper
(solar energy) is the thing
that will get us out of this
mess. Despite what politi-
cians pontificate in Wash-
ington and in our capital,
we need the (matching
funds) to do the necessary
research. If all the politi-
cians realized that giving
tax exemptions would pro-
mote the product further,
that would be a real easy
step, but it just doesn't work
that way. There's no real
desire to solve this prob-
lem: the problem of the
future. I hear people whin-
ing about the money in the
(federal) stimulus package
that went to renewables,
but it is far less than it
should be.

One way everyone can go
green today: The first thing
to start with is LED replace-
ments (for light bulbs).
They are the best mecha-
nism to alternative lighting.
LED diodes are bulletproof;
they don't break. They're
quite a value. Yotr lighting
is very important.
DAVID HARTGROVE, 61,
a 2-year resident of Day-
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and conservation chair of
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River Bird Club in 1923 and
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an environmental organiza-
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habitats so other species
can benefit.

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between the Volusia County
Schools and St. John's River
Water Management Dis-
trict. We go to Spruce Creek
Park near Rose Bay or to
Bicentennial Youth Park
and teach school kids about
birds.
How you got involved in
the green movement: In
1985, I was at work one
Sunday morning at 5 a.m.
and I saw a guy on TV look-
ing for .volunteers for the
Florida Breeding Bird Atlas
to map the breeding territo-
ries of all the birds that nest
in the state of Florida, and it
was being coordinated
through the Florida
Audubon Society. You didn't
need to be an expert and I
thought it was something
my wife and I could do
together and get outdoors.
I've been at it ever since.
Most important green
issue: In the immediate
future the No. 1 issue facing
us right now is in the Florida
Senate. Senate Bill 360 will
essentially do away with
growth management as we
know it. It's called a growth
management bill, and it's
got a lot of flowery lan-
guage, but it's going to ruin
the state of Florida.
In the long-term I think
global climate change in the
No. 1 thing. The rapidity of
the meltdown of the glaciers
and icepack is really scary,
and if (the statistics are)
only partially right and sea
levels only rise two feet not
five feet, there will still be a
lot of people in Florida look-
ing for a place to move real-
ly fast. I don't know that it
will happen in my lifetime,
but it's certainly a possibili-
ty in the next 50 to 60 years.
One way everyone can go
green today: The one thing
we can all do is press our
legislators to accelerate the
search for greener forms of
energy. For instance, FPL
last week broke ground on
the largest solar voltaic
power source in the coun-
try. It's only 90 acres, but it's
26 megawatts, enough to
power 3,000 homes. If we
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Friday, April 3, 2009GREEN LIVING 9


Rebates offered by county agency


for washing machines, rain barrels


By Bethany Chambers
bchambers@hometownnewsol.com
It was "just time" for a new
washing machine when
Mitchel Novas of Ormond
Beach headed to a local big-
box store, Consumer
Reports in hand. His choice:
a top-ranking, energy-effi-
cient, water-wise model by
LG that cost a cool $1,000.
"I spent more (money)
because I wanted to save
water," the 46-year-old
father said.
He also got rewarded for
the "green" purchase: a $100
rebate from the Water
Authority ofVolusia, or WAV,
a governmental planning
organization with 12 mem-
ber cities within the county.
This year, residents of
those cities are eligible for
rebates if they purchase
qualifying low-water vol-
ume washing machines and
rain barrels.
"Rebates are a nice incen-
tive to get consumers to


make the choice to conserve
water," said Lindsay
Roberts, executive director
of WAV "We want people to
get the idea that water con-
servation needs to happen
inside and outside (the
home)."
And conserving water isn't
just about saving the planet
or the aquifer below us.
"This keeps us from talk-
ing about expensive alterna-
tive water sources like sea-
water desalination," Ms.
Roberts said. "It puts that off
another 50 to 100 years.
This is a way to save us all
money."
One hundred washing
machine rebates worth $100
were offered and 150 rain
barrel rebates worth $20
were offered. A limited
number of both are still
available.
Locally, residents of
Ormond Beach, Holly Hill,
South Daytona, Daytona
Beach Shores, Ponce Inlet,
Port Orange, Edgewater and


unincorporated Volusia
County are eligible.
WAV uses membership
funds, which are paid by
participating cities from
their utility taxes, to foot the
bill for the unique program.
"We'll be at a bare mini-
mum (budget) by next year,
but this is such a very effec-
tive way to promote water
conservation, we probably
will continue (offering
rebates)," Ms. Roberts said.
"We want to return the
money paid by the taxpay-
ers."
If 100 people switch from
regular washing machines
to the low-water volume
machines typically the
chic-looking front-loaders
you see in the commercials
- 600,000 gallons of water
will be saved, Ms. Roberts
said.
"A small project can have
a big impact," she said.
These new washing
machines can also have an
impact on the owner's budg-


et, said Dave Cheezum,
sales manager at John's
Appliance City in Daytona
Beach.
By spraying the laundry as
opposed to saturating it, a
low-water volume washing
machine uses about 20 gal-
lons of water as opposed to
the 45 gallons your old
clunker chugs.
A new washing machine
will last about 12 years, Mr.
Cheezum said, and each
year a consumer might save
about $100 to $150 on water
and electricity depending
on their usage.
So it's no surprise he's
seen sales of energy-effi-
cient, water-saving
machines pick up, he said.
"People are buying more
energy-efficient models to
save the environment and
save money, and because
there are more choices in
the category," Mr. Cheezum
said. "In my opinion, people
are still driven by price, load
capacity and color. There


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Dave Cheezum of John's Appliance City shows an efficient
front-loading washing machine and dryer that will save
consumers on their electricity bills.


are more choices available
than ever in the (energy-effi-
cient front-loading) catego-
ry, while the choice in top-
loaders is dwindling."
Rain barrels, which come
in a variety of styles and
sizes, cost about $70 on
average and can be pur-
chased at hardware stores.
Not many of those rebates
have gone out, Ms. Roberts


said, but as people begin
gardening this spring and
summer, she expects that to
change.
"Rain barrels reduce with-
drawal from the fresh water
aquifer and wells for irriga-
tion," she said.
For more information on
the program, visit
www.wavh2o.com or call
(386) 226-0422 ext. 27.


Bag the plastic bags


Plastic bags, perceived as a consumer convenience when
they debuted in grocery stores in the 1970s, are now con-
sidered an environmental hazard. Single-use polyethylene
bags are believed to last up to 1,000 years in landfills. In
addition, plastic bags are hazardous to sea turtles and other
marine animals that mistake them for food. According to the
WallStreetJournal, an estimated 12 million barrels of oil are
used to make 100 billion plastic bags used in the U.S. annu-
ally. Environmentalists recommend shoppers use reusable
shopping bags made of recycled material available in most
grocery stores.
Compiled from www.'reusablebags.com


Identify and fix leaks round your house


For Hometown News
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That drip, drip, dripping
of your leaky faucet is more
than just annoying you; it's
also wasting your water and
contributing to the deple-
tion of the Earth's limited
water resources.
Leaking toilet flappers,
dripping faucets, leaking
valves all contribute to
the loss of gallons a water a
day in homes across the
country. But identifying
those leaks and fixing
them doesn't necessarily
require a handyman. These
types of leaks are easily cor-
rectable, in most cases
requiring only a few tools
and hardware that can pay
for themselves in water sav-
ings. In 10 percent of homes,
leaks waste 90 gallons of
water or more a day. Don't
let that home be yours.
To check for leaks in your
home, first you have to
determine whether you're
wasting water.
Take a look at your water
usage during a colder
month, such as January or
February. If a family of four
exceeds 12,000 gallons per
month, there are serious
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period when no water is
being used. If the meter
changes at all, you probably
have a leak.
Identify toilet leaks by
placing a drop of food color-
ing in the toilet tank. If any
color shows up in the bowl
before you flush, you have a
leak. Just be sure to flush
immediately after the exper-
iment to avoid staining the
tank.
Now that you know you
have leaks, you can get to
fixing them.
A constantly running toi-
let can waste more than 200
gallons a day. A common
reason why toilets will leak
is an old or worn out toilet
flapper, also known as a
valve seal. Flappers are inex-


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pensive rubber parts that
can build up minerals or
decay over time. Replacing
them can be a quick and
easy fix for your water woes.
Examine faucet gaskets
and pipe fittings for any
water on the outside of the
pipe to check for surface
leaks.
A leaky faucet that drops
one drip of water per second
can waste more than 3,000
gallons in a year. Old or
worn faucet washers and
gaskets frequently cause
leaks. You won't want to do
any work on a faucet,
though, until you turn off
the water line.
Showerheads can also
leak; 10 drips of water per
minute coming from the
showerhead over the course


of a year is the equivalent of
running the dishwasher 60
times. Luckily, most leaky
showerheads can be fixed
by making sure there is a
tight connection between
the showerhead and the
pipe by using pipe tape to
secure it. Pipe tape is avail-
able at most hardware
stores.
For more help on fixing
your leaks, visit a hardware
store, home improvement
retailer, plumber, or one of
the many online resources.
Information compiled
from the U.S. Department of
Environmental Protection
"Fix d Leak" Web site,
www.epa.gov/watersense/fi
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there is no market for what we do,
think again.
The pet services industry, which
includes dog droppings disposal
services, continues to expand
rapidly. Unfortunately, the rise in
dog waste as a major cause of
pollution continues to develop as
well so much so, the EPA was
forced to deem it a nonpointt
source of pollution" in 1991,
which put poop in the same
category as oil and toxic
chemicals!

FAR FROM FERTILIZER
Dog dilettantes beware: woof-
woof waste does not a good
fertilizer make. It is actually toxic
to your lawn, causing burns and
unsightly discoloring.
Beyond your grass, it has been
estimated that a single gram of dog
feces can contain 23 million fecal
coliform bacteria, which are
known to cause cramps, diarrhea,
intestinal illness, and serious
kidney disorders in humans.

A TOXIC CYCLE
The thing about persistently
disposing of stools improperly (or
not at all) is that it kicks off a


(CDC), pet droppings can
contribute to diseases animals pass


to humans, called zoonoses.
When infected dog droppings are
deposited on your lawn, the eggs of
certain roundworms and other
parasites can linger. in your soil for
years. Anyone who comes into
contact with that soil be it
through gardening, playing sports,
walking barefoot or any other
means runs the risk of coming
into contact with those eggs;
especially your dog.

WHAT YOU CAN DO?
If you are far too harried to keep
vigilant watch over your dogs
leftovers, you may want to hire a
pooper-scooper company to
manage the waste. That's where
DoodyCalls comes in. We offer a
variety of flexible and affordable
services and schedules for
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We are fully insured, drive marked
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GREEN LIVING '09


Friday, April 3, 2009


Cities in Volusia County take


By Bethany Chambers
bchambers@hometownnewsol.com

As individuals and com-
panies have professed their
love of "going green," area
municipalities have fol-
lowed suit.
"I do believe this is an
emerging trend and, in my
mind, it's a very important
one for our future," Holly
Hill city manager Tim Har-
buck said.
Some.cities have installed
low-flow toilets and native.
landscaping to save water
and begun using hybrid
vehicles to save gas. Flurries
of paperwork hopping out
of the printer and off of the
fax machine are also a thing


of the past in many of the
cities; to save trees, officials
are turning to e-mails and
recycled scraps.
Governments everywhere
are doing more to save the
planet and a few dollars.
Here's a list of what a couple
area municipalities are
doing:

Holly Hill

*The city recently passed a
resolution supporting green
building. It encourages
green, energy-efficient con-
struction within the city. The
city will follow the resolu-
tion by using green technol-
ogy in design and construc-
tion of the new Chamber of
Commerce and library


building on Ridgewood
Avenue.
In addition to the resolu-
tion, the city provides pam-
phlets in the Building and
Zoning department listing
Web sites with information
on green technology. The
hand-outs offer guidance to
both contractors and home
owners alike, Mr. Harbuck
said.
Although the city had
several vehicles to choose
from for a new community
relations officer in the
police department, the
community redevelopment
agency opted for the fuel-
efficient Ford Escape
hybrid. Mr. Harbuck said he
expects all future vehicles
purchased by the city to be


initiative in going green
fuel efficient. The "Turn it off" pro- chased one
In the next year, the city gram encourages city All vehicles
will revisit a proposed employees to turn off lights, for proper
"green business incubator," electronics, computers and and cleaner
which would provide incen- copy machines not in use. The
tives for new green busi- Common rooms in city department
nesses to locate within the buildings also have auto- green dev
city's redevelopment area. matic light shut-offs. dards, whi
Buildings are climate department
For more information go controlled to save energy. ensure reside
to www.hollyhillfl.org. Curbside recycling for mercial str
plastics, paper, and other in acceptab
Ormond Beach items is offered citywide. lines whe
Unlike other areas, the city various ins]
The city encourages also offers curbside recy- tors are
employees to be proactive cling for vehicle batteries, "green" cera
about conservation, said old appliances, yard waste, The ar
spokeswoman Loretta old tires and used oil. event, plan
Moisio. Employees are The city has waterwise shows resi
encouraged to combine landscaping requirements continuing
trips in city vehicles, carpool and provides reuse irriga-initiatives.
to work and recycle office tion water. For mor
naner when possible. In 2006, the city pur- towww.orn


Hybrid vehicle.
are maintained
low emissions
* fuel burning.
city's planning
t is working on
elopment stan-
le the building
t is working to
dential and com-
uctures are with-
)le energy guide-
en performing
pections. Inspec-
also achieving
tifications.
nual Earth Day
ned for April 22,
dents the city's
support of green

e information go
nondbeach.org.


Reap the benefits

id .u


: Randy BarDer/star pnotograpner
Elsa Wittbold of Ormond by the Sea works at the Fair-Share Urban Garden
Project at the Daytona Beach Lions Club. The project, sponsored by Salt of
the Earth, offers plots of land for vegetable planting. Crops raised will go to
low-income families through Halifax Urban Ministries. In the future, plots
will be available to families to grow their own food. For more information
about the project, call Joel Tippens at 386-451-9003.


Recycling garden and kitchen waste easy


By Jeanne Willard
Willard@hometownnewsol.com
You're probably already
recycling paper, plastic and
aluminum.
Why not kick that concept
up a notch and turn garden
and kitchen waste into a
healthy diet for your plants?
A New Smyrna Beach resi-
dent who has been compost-
ing for decades said it's easy
to get started.
"Purchase a black com-
posting bin," said Michael
Janson, 64. "That's all you
have to do."
Mr. Janson and his partner
Varuni Roberts routinely
drop garden and kitchen
waste into their outdoor
compost containers.
Compost is created when
microorganisms break down
organic material.
It can take three months or
more to break down, Mr. Jan-
son said, depending on the
outside temperature and
scraps used.
"It's so hot, it usually com-
posts pretty quickly," he said.
The resulting nutrient-rich
compost goes right back into
two gardens where the cou-


ple grows a variety of vegeta-
bles and herbs, he said.
It's good for the environ-
ment, reduces the burden on
water purification systems
and landfills and saves
money, Mr. Janson said.
Most garden and kitchen
scraps can be used, he said,
except meat and cheese
products.
A vegetarian, Mr. Janson
does not eat meat and said it
doesn't compost well.
"It rots," he said. "It really
doesn't compost."
Kevin Bagwell, owner of
Full Moon Native nursery,
concurred.
Yard clippings, shredded
paper, leafyvegetables, coffee
grounds, eggshells and other
food scraps are fine, Mr. Bag-
well said, but no proteins.
The Port Orange nursery
sells compost bins but
demand for the containers
has not been great, Mr. Bag-
well said.
He said he sees interest
after the nursery holds peri-
odic gardening, plant and
landscaping seminars.
Karen Stauderman, Uni-
versity of Florida residential
horticulture extension agent,


said fancy compost bins are
available, including those
with mechanical mixers, but
any plastic container with a
lid and vent holes will work
"Why spend the money?"
Ms. Stauderman said. "You
can even use a Tupperware
container."
Compost bins need both
"green" and "brown' materi-
als which provide both nitro-
gen and carbon-rich materi-
als, she said.
Brown materials include
fallen leaves, twigs, shredded
newspaper, tea bags and cof-
fee grounds.
Green material includes
vegetables, egg shells, grass
clippings, farm animal
manure and green plants.
Items should be layered
like lasagna, she said, adding
water to keep it moist and
turning the pile about once a
week.
Compost is readywhen the
material breaks down and
looks coarse and crumbly,
Ms. Stauderman said.
Adding worms to outdoor
bins will help break the mate-
rials down faster, she said.
"They speed it up," she
said.


Compost containers can be
purchased online at Websites
such as howtocompost.org.

Moon Natives is located at
1737 Fern Park Drive, Port
Orange, 386-212-9923.

For literature on compost-
ing go to the University of
Florida Extension Data Web
site at http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu
or call (386) 257-6012 in Day-
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*Spring Dance: This event will
be held from 2-4 p.m., Friday, at
the City Island Recreation Center,
108 E. Orange Ave, Daytona
Beach. Talk of the Town and
Dream will perform. The $3
admission includes refresh-
ments and a dance lesson that
begins at 1 p.m.
*Bethune Cookman Univer-
sity. Performing Arts Center:
The play "I Leave You Love; The
Legacy of Mary McLeod
Bethune" will be performed at
7:30 p.m, Friday, April 3. The
drama presents Dr. Bethune's
reflections on her past which
come alive as she composes her
last will and testament "I Leave
You Love" was written by Lois
Fennelly who has been profes-
sor of English at the university for
40 years. The play was first pre-
sented in 1983 as a student pro-
duction. Tickets are $3 at the
door; there will be no advance
ticket sales.
*First Friday On East Grana-
da: This Ormond Beach event
will be held from 5 to 8 p.m., Fri-
day. Stroll historic East Granada
Boulevard's restaurants, art gal-
leries, live music and more.
There will be drawings for gift
certificates and prizes. To see a
list of participating organizations
and businesses, visit the Web
site at www.firstfridayeastgrana-
da.com.
*Play: The Riddle Players The-
ater Company presents "You're a
.Good Man, Charlie Brown," at 7
p.m., Friday, and Saturday, in the
Instructional Center Auditorium
at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical
University, Daytona Beach.
Admission is $5 for adults, $3 for
students. For more information,
call (386) 226-6000.
*Cinematique: "The Visitor" a
drama-comedy will be shown at
7 p.m, Friday, April at the Book-
store, 410 S. Nova Road,
Ormond Beach. In a world of six
billion people, it only takes one
to change your life. In Tom
McCarthy's follow-up to his
award winning directorial debut,
"The Station Agent," Richard
Jenkins (Six Feet Under) stars as
a disillusioned Connecticut eco-
nomics professor whose life is
transformed by a chance
encounter in New York City. Wal-
ter Vales is sleepwalking through
life, having lost his passion for
teaching and writing, when his
college sends him to Manhattan
to attend a conference, Walter is
surprised to find a young couple
has taken up residence in his
apartment Victims of a real
estate scam, Tarek, a Syrian man,
and Zanianab, his Senegalese
girlfriend, have nowhere else to
go. In the first of a series of tests
of the heart, Walter reluctantly
allows the couple to stay with
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By Jeanne Willard
Willard@hometownnewsol.com
ORMOND BEACH As
soon as I took my first bite of
the crab cake at Tradewinds
Grille, I knew I was headed
for family trouble.
Let me explain.
Every summer, my
extended clan descends on
Daytona Beach for a crab
cake cook-off.
This involves liberal
amounts of adult libations,
much debate on what con-
stitutes an "authentic" crab
cake and year-long bragging
rights to the winning cook.
I don't want to start a fami-
ly feud, but nowthat I've
sampled perhaps the best
crab cake I've ever tasted,
their efforts pale in compari-
son to the signature
Tradewinds Grille dish.
Picture a plump, moist
cake with hunks of tender
jumbo lump blue crab melt-
ing in your-mouth.
Dip your fork into the
homemade Key West sauce
and you are in crab cake
heaven.
Depending on your pref-
erence, you can pair the cake
with a frosty beer or a glass
of wine from a recently
expanded menu that
includes Californiaand Aus-
tralian selections.
After savoring every
morsel of the crab cake
appetizer, I wanted to order
it again as my entree.
That's an option at the,
Caribbean-style restaurant
located at 1425 Hand
Avenue, but dinner choices


*Axe-n-Shield Pub: The
Big Bopper Band will per-
form from 7-11 p.m., Satur-
day. Drink and food spe-
cials will be available all
night. The band will per-
form 50s, 60s and 70s
music. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 492-2916.
*Bank & Blues Club:
Daytona Blues Society
"True Blues" Live Jam open
jam session is held from 8
p.m.-1 a.m. each Wednes-
day at 701 Main St., Day-
tona Beach. This nonprofit
group is dedicated to pre-
serving and spreading the
love of blues music. ,For
more information and a
full events schedule, visit
the Web site at www.Day-
tonaBluesSociety.org.
eCuvee Oceanside Wine
& Tapas: "Wine Down
Wednesday" is held each
week, featuring live music.
Bermuda High performs


also include a variety of fresh
fish, steaks, chicken and ribs,
many infused with island
spices reflecting cuisine
from the Bahamas, Trinidad,
Cuba and the Florida Keys.
Although tempted by the
tasty sounding Barbados
baby back ribs and Rasta rib
eye steak, my husband and I
were both in the mood for
seafood.
I ordered the Trio Nut
Crusted Mahi Mahi with
Tradewinds rice and my
husband selected Blackened
Salmon with a Bourbon
Street glaze and sweet pota-
to fries.
Entrees, carefully present-
ed, are served with a choice
of Caesar or house salad.
Side dishes include your
choice of homemade
coleslaw, sweet potato fries,
French fries, fresh vegeta-
bles, Tradewinds rice, baked
potato or a twice- baked
potato.
Warm banana bread with
flavored butter is served
while waiting for your
entree.
The salmon, cooked to
perfection, was moist and
flavorful with a delicious
spicy Bourbon glaze.
Complimented by crack-
ly-crisp sweet potato fries,
the dish was a winner.
The tender Mahi Mahi
was wrapped in a crispy nut
crust and drizzled with lob-
ster sherry cream sauce.
The accompanying wild
rice with raisins and island
spices added a unique flavor
to this dish.
Although I was quite full, I


from 7-10 p.m. each Thurs-
day. John Macker takes
requests from 10 p.m. to
midnight, Friday, with a
late-night happy hour.
Breaking Bread performs
from 7-10 p.mri. Saturday.
Cuvee Oceanside is located
at 188 E. Granada Blvd.,
Ormond Beach. For more
information, call (386) 615-
4727 or visit the Web site at
www.cuveeoceanside.com.
*Daily Grind Coffee
House & Cafe': The Embry
Riddle Jazz Duo will per-
form at 7 p.m., Friday, at
1500 Beville Road, Daytona
Beach. Open Mic with Gra-
ham Woodard will be held
Friday, April 10.. All poets,
musicians and comedians
are welcome. Participants
will receive a free recording
of their open mic with Gra-
ham Woodard session. For
more information, call
(386)238-1044.


Photo courtesy of Gregg Willard
Denise Mayer, one of the owners of Tradewinds Grille
in Ormond Beach, with her son and general manager
Adam Mayer. The restaurant, located at 1425 Hand
Ave., serves food prepared with an island flair.


couldn't resist ordering the
decadent warm chocolate
lava cake served with
whipped cream. Delicious.
My husband enjoyed the
amaretto cheesecake with
raspberry sauce.
Other dessert choices
include Key Lime pie,
banana crime brulee, a
loaded brownie and a warm
apple tart.
Opened in June of 2007,
the restaurant's decor is
infused with tropical hues of
coral, sea blue and yellow
recalling the ambiance of
your favorite island retreat.
"We were looking for a Key
West, laid-back atmos-
phere," said Denise Mayer,
who owns the restaurant
with her husband Barry and
co-owners Craig and Sue
Miller.
The Mayer's son Adam
serves as general manager.
The owners pride them-
selves on fresh ingredients,
homemade dishes and
sauces and excellent service.
The restaurant, nestled at
the edge of a commercial
complex on Hand Avenue
between Nova Road and
Clyde Morris Boulevard, can


eFive O'Clock Charley:
This band will perform
rock 'n' roll, blues and
country hits from 6:30-.
10:30 p.m. p.m., Friday, at
the Ormond Elks. They will
be performing from 4-8
p.m., Sunday at the Halifax
Yacht Club, 331 S. Beach
St., Daytona Beach. They
hit the stage from 7-10
p.m., Wednesday at Julian's
Landmark, 88 S. Atlantic
Ave., Ormond Beach. They
will be performing each
Thursday from 5:30-8:30
p.m. at Pirana Grille, 241 N.
U.S. Highway 1, Ormond
Beach.
*Frappes North: Wine
tasting are held at 6 p.m.
the first Tuesday of each
month. Reservations are
required. Live Music Friday
Nights are held from 7-11
p.m. Frappes is located at
123 W. Granada Blvd. in
Ormond Beach. To make


be easy to miss if you don't
know it's there.
Look for Sandpiper Med-
ical and Hothouse Yoga
located directly across the
street.
Weekend specials include
prime rib and crab cake
combinations.
A private room is avail-
able for parties and live
entertainment and dancing
is scheduled about twice a
month.
Those looking ahead to
Mother's Day are advised to
call early for reservations,
Ms. Mayer said, as the
brunch was sold out last
year.
Tradewinds Grille is locat-
ed at 1425 Hand Ave. For
more information or to
make reser'ations call (386)
677-2882.
Lunch and dinner is
served daily except Sundays
from 11 a.m. until 8 p.m.
Monday through Thursday
and from 11 a.m. until 9
p.m. on Friday and Satur-
day.
Lunch prices begin at
$6.99 and dinners are priced
from $11.99 and up.


reservations, call (386) 615-
4888 or visit the Web site at
www.frappesnorth.com.
*The Fresh: Saxophonist
Jaime Hollis will perform
fro 6-9 p.m., Friday. Gui-
tarist and vocalist Lauren
Ellis will perform from 6-9
p.m., Saturday. The Fresh is
located at 1130 S. Ridge-
wood Ave., Daytona Beach.
For more information, call
(386) 947-9736.
*The Garlic: Blues and
Jazz musicians perform
seven nights a week. Mark
"Muddy Harp" Hodgson
plays the blues 7-11 p.m.
Friday. He will be joined by
Ray Guiser from 9-11 p.m.
Jazz with guitarist Rich
Walker and. saxophonist
Ray Guiser will be per-
formed from 7-11 p.m.,Sat-
urday. Saxophonist Jaime
Hollis hits the stage from 6-
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STAR SCOPES
James Tucker
Week of 4-3-2009
Aries-March 21-April 19
You are well known for daring
to dream big dreams and
then being bold enough to act
on and create them. Why? Not
only is it your time of the year,
but you climb up the higher
slopes of life because of your
lofty thinking, strength and
courage. You are able to sur-
vey all things around you and
then pick and choose the
ones you love the best. This is
one of the main reasons why
you are such a great leader.
Taurus-April 20-May 20
Venus in Taurus gives you an
edge in the heart department
this week.Your motivation is
fueled by the desires living in
your heart for a better life. No
one is more hard working and
determined than Taurus.
When you set your plans into
motion you are capable of
performing miracles. Why?
Because you never quit or
give up until you victory is
assured. You are an inspira-
tion to others. even if they
don't always tell you.
Gemini-May 21-June 21
Working the divine plan living
in your soul continues to bring
you mastery over life. You
now how to communicate
and manifest in that order.
The funny thing is that physi-
cal rewards don't bring you as
much satisfaction nowadays
as much as the spiritual. These
are respect, love, honor and
human dignity. Living a quality
life is more important to you
now than quantity. You are
creating an awesome life.
Cancer-June 22-July 22
Don't fret over life's recent
struggles. This is just life's ebb
and flow. The secret to bal-
ance is to work harder when
things are flowing and
increasing. Then hold back
when they are ebbing. Being
in the flow of monthly cycles
of energy is just as important
as finding daily balance. Fol-
low your heart, trust your
instincts and use the natural
rhythms of life to enhance
and bring you your well-
earned and deserved good.
Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
Measure the quality of your
life by the joy you feel in your
heart. You were born to rule
by being of service to others.
You are at your best when you
are able to help someone else
find the answer to their life
challenge. Everyone gains
strength from your light and
presence. It keeps your family
bonds strong. It gives you
much personal power in the
workplace. You are a well-
loved and trusted friend. The
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carnival from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.,
Saturday, at 700 S. Martin L King
Blvd., Daytona Beach. For more
information, call (386) 255-
6922.


*Antique car show: The sixth
annual East Central Florida
Antiques on the Avenue Festival
will be held from 10 a.m.-5 p.m.,
Saturday and Sunday, at the Holly
Hill Recreation Center, 1046 Day-
tona Ave. Festival features
antiques and collectible items
from dealers; fee-based, individ-
ual evaluation of personal
antique and collectible items by
accredited appraisers on Satur-
day at Sica Hall, 1065 Daytona
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*Historical Bus Tour: The
Ormond Beach Historical Society
will host this tour at 9:45 a.m.
Each two-hour tour introduces
more than 30 historical buildings
and sites. The climate-controlled
trolley makes stops at the
Fairchild Oak and the Three
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10 p.m., Monday. Mr. Hodg-
son will perform from 6-10
p.m., Sunday, Tuesday and
Wednesday. Saxman Thom
Chambers hits the stage
from 6-10 p.m., Thursday.
The Garlic is located at 556 E.
Third Ave., New Smyrna
Beach. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 424-6660.
*Inlet Harbor: Nancy
Hartline will perform from 1-
5 p.m., Friday. Intrigue hits
the stage at 7 p.m. Intrigue
comes to the area from
Detroit to perfrom. For more
information on Intrigue, visit
www.intrigue-online.com
Les B. Fine will perform from
1-5 p.m., Saturday. Open Bar
hits the stage at 6 p.m. Gail-
force will perform from
12:30-5:30 p.m., Monday.
Eddie Uzzle and Steve Hage-
man will perform at 6 p.m.
Eddie Uzzle performs from
1-5 p.m, Monday. Rob Gra-
ham will perform at 5:30
p.m. Kenny Sphire will per-
form from 1-5 p.m., Tuesday.
Mike Caso will perform at
5:30 p.m. Mike Caso will per-
form from 1-5 p.m., Wednes-
day. Mr. Sphire will perform
at 5:30 p.m. Rob Graham will
perform from 1-5 p.m.,
Thursday. Steve Hageman
will perform at 5:30 p.m.
*Norwood's Restaurant
and Wine Shop: Free wine
tasting are held from 5-7
p.m. each Friday on the deck
and Saturday in the shop
with complimentary
cheeses. Norwood's is locat-
ed at 400 Second Ave., New
Smyrna Beach. For more
information, call (386) 428-
4621.
*Ohana Luau Dinner
Show: This dinner show
spectacular and family-style
feast, with a 6:30 p.m. seat-
ing, dinner served at 7:15
p.m. and show time at 7:30
p.m., is held Thursday, Friday
and Saturday, at the Hawaiin
Inn, 2301 S. Atlantic
Ave., Daytona Beach Shores.
Participants will learn tradi-
tional dances with Polyne-,
sian women, warriors and
keikis (children). A flaming
fire knife dance and hula
with audience participation
will be featured. For more
information, call (386) 255-
5411, Ext. 186, or visit
www.ohanaluau.com.
*OM Bar & Chill Lounge:
Free wine tasting are held
from 4-8 p.m. each Sunday at
392 Flagler Ave., New Smyrna
Beach. Tasters will have a
selection of up to 10 different


wines. Acoustic performanc-
es are provided by Rhonda
Patrick. Free salsa lessons are
given at 8 p.m. each Thurs-
day, with open salsa dancing
held from 9 p.m.-1 a.m. For
more information, call (386)
423-2727 or visit the Web site
atwww.theombar.com.
*Ormond Beach Eagles
No. 3800: Games are played
at noon each Thursday. One
mini jackpot and door prizes
will be available. Free coffee
and doughnuts will be
served. Proceeds got to
chartists. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 672-3663.
*Ormond Beach Senior
Center: The Vagabonds per-
form from 2-4 p.m. once per
Month. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 763-0355.
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Sunday. Mark River will per-
form at 8 p.m., Wednesday.
The Pirates perform at 8 p.m.
each Thursday. Texas Hold
'em is played at 6 p.m. each
Monday and Thursday and


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is held at 7 p.m. each Tues-
day. Lotta Wednesday is held
from 7-10 p.m. eachWednes-
day. Mark River performs at 8
p.m. Peanut's is located at
421 Flagler Ave., New Smyrna
Beach. For more informa-
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vide the conclusion to the
Daytona Beach Sympho-
ny Society's. 57th season
at 3 p.m. Sunday, April 5,
at the Peabody Auditori-
um.
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conductor Vladimir Spi-
vakov, the orchestra has
become a musical symbol
of the new Russia.
Mr. Spivakov is a musi-
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career. He's a prominent
violinist; a respected
guest conductor; founder,
conductor and violin
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conductor of the Russian
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Joining them on the
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orchestras, and conductors
including Keith Lockhart,
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Zubin Mehta.
The April 5 concert will
feature works by
Tchaikovsky and Stravin-
sky. Tickets range from $34
to $59.
There are three options
for purchasing tickets: Visit
the Peabody Box Office, 600
Auditorium Blvd., Daytona
Beach; call Ticket master
at (407) 839-3900; or order.
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2010 concert series. In
order to take advantage of
this "one time only offer,"


anyone interested must be
present at the Symphony
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10 a.m., Monday, April 6, at
the Museum of Arts and
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20 percent.
The morning will feature
a concert presented by
flutist Tereasa Payne.
Guild membership is not
required to attend the
meeting and free concert;
however, to get the 35 per-
cent discount, guild mem-
bership is required. Inter-
ested people may join the
guild that day for $30. The
public may attend. -
For more information,
call (386) 676-0106.

DBIF luncheon
planned

The 2009 Daytona Beach
International Festival
ladies luncheon will fea-
ture a "Run for the Roses"
theme, complete with
mint juleps, fancy hats,
and a Kentucky Derby
motif.
A tradition since the
London Symphony


Orchestra first visited Day-
tona Beach in the 1960s,
the ladies luncheon is held
to honor and meet the
women .of the LSO.
The event features fash-
ions provided by Dillard's.
The 2009 luncheon will
feature a runway fashion
show and a good life silent
auction, sponsored by
Florida Travel + Life maga-
zine. The first 100 women
to purchase tickets will
receive complimentary
tickets to the Specialty Hat
Trunk Show on March 28,
which will include the
unveiling of the ninth
annual Daytona Beach
International Festival Pin,
designed by John Dees of
Mainly Gold.
The luncheon will be
held at 11 a.m., Friday,
May 1, at Hilton Daytona
Beach Oceanfront Resort,
100 N. Atlantic Ave. Cost is
$50 per person.
To make a reservation,
call at (386) 257-2329.

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A box of pasta may cost 79
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next. A bottle of juice that
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Most people accept these
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Many don't even notice them
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Why do prices at the
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its lowest price point just
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Throughout the rest of the
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a bit, but it won't go to its
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the 12-week cycle is codri-
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You might be thinking
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initially learned this valuable
piece of information: what if
I had just bought more pasta
last week when it was 79
cents?


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have happened if I bought
enough boxes of pasta to last
niy household 12 weeks? I'd
save $1.60 on each box. If we
ate pasta once a week for the
next 12 weeks, I would save
$19.20 by buying all 12 boxes
in one trip when the price
was low.


Granted, this approach
goes against everything we
typically do as shoppers.
When it's time to go to the
store, most of us look around
the house, see what we're out
of and then go to the store to
buy it. But the problem with
this is that it's impossible for
every item on our list to be at
its lowest price point, since
different categories of
grocery items operate on
different pricing cycles.
That's part of the grocery
store's marketing plan. Stores
know that if shoppers come
in for a sale item, it's likely


they will buy many other full-
priced items.
As shoppers, changing the
way we shop is the key to
saving money.
Obviously, it's not easy to
stock up on perishable
produce and dairy items. But
many other products are
easy to store for long periods.
If you start saving money on
slow-to-outdate items,
cereal, canned and frozen
foods and personal-care
items such as toothpaste and
shampoo, your entire
grocery bill will start to come
'down.


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are just not in the habit of
buying 12 boxes of pasta at a,
time. But why not? Pasta has
a long shelf life. It doesn't
spoil. It's easy to store. Yet,
when we see it on sale, we
usually don't think, "That's a,
great price. I'm going to buy a
dozen."
When I became a super
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shopping in a new light. I
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they run out Price is $6 per meal.
There is free delivery for five or
more dinners available. For more
information, call (386) 451-8667
*Dancing fundraiser: The Bert
Fish Medical Center Foundation
has a night of desserts and danc-
ing planned for Saturday at
Venetian Bay's Towne Center.


"Dancing Under the Stars" will
feature the sounds of a 17-piece
orchestra called "bb Swing" Tick-
ets are $50 per person, which
includes desserts and Cham-
pagne. A cash bar will be avail-
able and the parking is free. There
will also be a silent auction of
items donated by business spon-
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Boat Show will be held from 10


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a.m.-5 p.m., Sunday at the Ocean
Center. At this free show,
exhibitors will display hundreds of
new fishing, offshore, perform-
ance, cruiser, pontoon, ski and
deck boats. Parking is available in
the Ocean Center's parking lots
and parking garage for $5 a day.
For more information, call (386)
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Pi Eagle Chapter will host Science
Day from 9 a.m.-noon and 1:30-


4:30 p.m., Saturday at Embry-
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College of Aviation for children
ages 6 to12. Science day allows
children to come out to ERAU
and leam about science by visit-
ing six activity stations that
include media weather, a Cessna
airplane, and the air traffic control
simulators.

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free Spring Concert featuring the
concert chorale and symphonic
band at 4 p.m. Sunday, at the
Mary McLeod Bethune Perform-
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held at 6 p.m., Wednesday at Air-
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more information, call (386)
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*United Church of Christ:
Maundy Thursday's "Tene-
brae" service will be held at 7
p.m., Thursday. It is a Holy Week
tradition at the Church of Christ
It recognizes Christ's unique
place in human history, and fea-
tures a telling of Jesus' final days
in Jerusalem, his arrest, trial and.
crucifixion. Diversity will be cele-
brated in a community Good
Friday service. The Good Friday
service, scheduled for noon on
Friday, April 10 at the United
Church of Christ, 203 Washing-


ton, is being sponsored by the
city's ministerial association and
for will bring together diverse
church families from all sections
of New Smyrna Beach. For more
information, call (386) 428-
2352.
*Our Lady of Hope Catholic
Church: Mass of the Lord's Sup-
per will be held at 7 p.m., Holy
Thursday. The Adoration of the
Blessed Sacrament will be held
from 8 p.m.-midnight, Thursday.
There will also be a celebration
of the Lord's passion at 3 p.m.
and 7 p.m. on Good Friday, April
10.
*Hippity Hop: This event from
5 to 7 p.m., Thursday, at McDon-
ald's at 100 S. Nova Road, allows
children a chance to ride either
of two large inflatables. They can
hop over and have their faces
painted, enjoy balloon artistry,
help create a giant mural and
before their visit is over, nibble
on cupcakes, cookies and candy.
There is no admission charge to
enter the site and enjoy the
games and rides. Cameras are
welcome. For those who do
work up an appetite, a Happy
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On a gray morning I
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drops up near High Bridge.
I was looking for redfish
in a place I had found them
only days before.
On that dayI had landed


a 20-inch fish, but had
spooked up several really
large reds and the 20-incher
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from those four. More than
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rods to the one baited with a
chartreuse jig.
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inch soft plastic shrimp tail. me too long to play it down
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That started me to thinking long. As I re-tied, I hoped
of hush puppies, cole slaw that the big fish would be
and such. Casting about a able to shake the hook for I
hundred feet out into water would not want it to die for
that was about four feet nothing. I fished another
deep, I was hooked up two hours until the rain
before the jig had made it to grew steady and I was able
the bottom. The line darted to add three more keeper
away at a right angle to my trout for a four-fish limit. I
cast, and I knew that I had a also released five more that
good one on. were just a shade small. I
After five minutes or so, I was out looking for redfish,
had gained precious little but had an all-trout morn-
line, and it was becoming ing. I will never complain
very clear that this big gator about such a thing.
trout would not meet his One other notable on
cornmeal destiny with any that trip: Our water has
ease. come back. For the past few
Te water was clear and months, I have been unable
green and when I was finally to tell high tide from low
green and when I was finally tide. This time, I had caugl
able to get the fish coming a flood tide. All morning,
toward me, I could see that the tide had been coming h
it was between 24 and 26 and had covered areas that
inches. As often happens, had not seen submerged
just as I saw it; it saw me. since last fall. I was able to
The trout did a hard about pole my boat into places I
face and the dull snap told had not been in some time.
me that it had broken off. I If the water stays high, we
sat down and took a deep will have some good red
breath. Sure I was disap- fishing on the mud flats ani
pointed, but it had been a between the mangroves
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morning.
Nothing rings the fish
dinner bell like a falling
barometer. If you are able
to get out on the leading
edge of a front, your fishing
is bound to improve. With
the light rain falling, I did
not encounter another boat
all morning. The faint of
heart had left the water all
to me. The next time you
believe your fishing has
been rained out, put a bow
in your back and go for it.

Dan Smith has fished the
waters ofVolusia County for
40 years. When he's not
fishing, the retired contrac-
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In the last few weeks, I've
given you all the bad news
about the dangers of heart
disease and stroke. Now, I
have some good news. There
are things you can do to lower
your risk.
Eat a healthy diet. You know
you've been meaning to get
with the program. The
American Heart Association
offers some tips:
Use at least as many
calories as you take in. Know
what you eat and don't eat
more than you can burn up in
a day.
Eat a variety of foods from
all food groups. To get the
nutrients you need, choose
vegetables, fruits, whole-grain
products and fat-free or low-
fat dairy products most often.
Vegetables are high in
vitamins, minerals and fiber
and lower in calories. Whole
grains can help lower your
cholesterol and help you feel
full.
East fish at least twice a
week. Recent research
suggests that the benefits
from omega-3 fatty acids
found in salmon and other
fish may lower the risk of
coronary artery disease.
If you are pregnant, talk to
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mercury. For others, that is
not a problem.
Don't consume empty
calories. Limit foods that are
high in calories but not
nutrients, such as soft drinks.
Limit saturated fats, trans fats
and sodium, as well. Read the
labels.
Choose lean meats and
poultry without the skin.
Cook with herbs and without
saturated fats.
Choose fat-free, 1 percent
fat and low-fat dairy products.
Cut back on foods with
partially hydrogenated /,
vegetable oils to reduce trans
fats. Choose a spread such as
Smart Balance.
Try to eat less than 300
milligrams of cholesterol a
day. Ty to eat less than 2,300
milligrams of sodium per day.
Check canned food labels;
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Watch portion size. Exercise
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activity for at least 30 minutes
most days. Check with your
doctor before beginning.
Know your blood pressure.
If you need medication, take
it even if you have no symp-
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Stop smoking.
Alot of this sounds over-
whelming. I'm going to
suggest that you start with one
thing at a time.
For example, buy a salt
substitute or use herbs
instead of added salt this
week.
Next week, buy low or non-
fat milk and other dairy
products. Then add a fruit
each day.
Take a walk in the morning
or after dinner. Before you
know it, your diet and your
health will both improve!
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Editor's note: This
column originally ran on
April 6, 2007.

I am getting a lot of e-
mail requests to write
about some of the most
common poisonous plants
in Florida.
I have compiled a list of
some of the most common
plants that-we all have in
our yards and gardens.
Some of these will shock
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about some of these
common plants can be
deadly. Some parts of the
ornamental plants or
flowers in your yard may
contain a deadly poison.
The most susceptible to
being harmed are children
and pets.
Oleander: One of the
most toxic and common
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a Dieffenbachia: Dief-
fenbachia, which is a
common tropical plant
that many of us have in
our homes, is also highly
toxic.
All parts of this plant are
poisonous.
If eaten, the plant can


cause intense burning and
irritation of your mouth.
The plant can be deadly if
enough swelling occurs to
block your airway.
You should always wash
your hands after handling
this or any of the listed
poisonous plants.
*Azalea: All parts of the
azalea plant can be toxic if
ingested. The symptoms
include nausea and
vomiting along with
difficulty in breathing and
possibly coma. The end
result can be fatal.
Jasmine berries: These
berries can cause digestive
problems along with
nervous system disorders.
Oak leaves: The foliage
from oak trees can be
toxic, but the effects are
gradual. If foliage is
ingested, it can slowly
affect your kidneys.
However, you need to


ingest a substantial
amount for severe poison-
ing to occur.
Lantana: This plant,
,which is commonly used
by many as a colorful
ground cover, is another
specimen that is toxic if
ingested.
Acute poisoning can
cause hemorrhagic
diarrhea and rapid heart
rate.
Other varieties:
Although this list includes
some of the most common
plant varieties, there are
many more: milkweed,
narcissus, daffodil, poison
oak, puslane and snow on
the mountain.
Bear in mind that just
because some of your
favorite plants can be toxic
if ingested, common sense
and keeping these plants
out of the reach of small
children and pets can
avoid tragedy.
Philodendrons, et al:
Finally, there are several
common houseplants that
can be toxic to animals
and children.
Probably the most
common is the phil6den-
dron. The toxic part is the
leaves. If ingested, it can
cause burning of the lips
and mouth and also cause
contact dermatitis if the
plant juice contacts the
skin.
Similar symptoms can
occur with pothos, golden
pothos and devil's ivy.


Cataldo
From page B5
their lowest prices.
Die-hard couponers
refer to buying in quantity
as "stockpiling."'
When you buy more
than you need because the
price is low, you can "shop
from home" the next time
you need that item,
because you have stock-
piled it'in your kitchen
cupboard.
And you've avoided
paying the higher price for
the identical item in the
grocery store this week,
because you purchased
enough to last your
household.almost three
months when the price


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Poinsettias not poison-
ous: We have talked a lot
about common and
seemingly innocent plants
that can be toxic but here
is one plant that many
people think is deadly
poisonous but in reality, is
harmless.
The plant I am referring
to is the poinsettia.
This plant is one of the
most widely produced in
the country.
During the holidays,
almost every household
has at least one adorning
their d6cor.
Fear not, as today's
commercially distributed
varieties are not poison-
ous.
There are some people,
however, that may get a
mild allergic reaction to
the milky sap if it comes in
contact with their skin.
The affected areas can be
washed with soap and
water to remove the sap if
irritation develops.
Poinsettia plants are not
a serious risk for animals,
although it is always best
to keep any plant out of
the reach of pets if they
like to chew plants.

Joe Zelenak has 28 years
experience in gardening
and landscape. Send e-
mails to hometowngar-
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Web site www.hometown-
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And we haven't even
discussed coupons yet!
Imagine that during the
pasta sale, I had coupons
for 75 cents off each box of
pasta. I would now be
buying my pasta for just 4
cents a box. We'll discuss
how to use coupons in
conjunction with the 12-
week sales cycle'next
week.
Jill Cataldo, a coupon
workshop instructor, writer
and mother of three, never
passes up a good deal.
Learn more ab'otu ccpohn-
ing at her Web site,
www.super-
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your own couponing
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Sports briefs


New radio
home for Cubs

The Daytona Cubs have
reached an agreement with
AM1340 WROD, making it
the new flagship station
for the live broadcasts of
all 140 live games during
the next four years. WROD
will also provide a live
Internet stream of the
games broadcast on the
Daytona Cubs Web site.
The broadcasts of every
Cubs game will begin with
a pre-game show 20 min-
utes before the listed
opening pitch time. A
half-hour post-game show
featuring guest interviews
and fan call-ins will follow
the conclusion of each
game.
The first Cubs broadcast
will begin at 6:45 p.m. on
Thursday, April 9, when
the Cubs open the season
against the Brevard County
Manatees.
WROD will air a special
half-hour Daytona Cubs
2009 season preview at 6


p.m. on Tuesday, April 7.
The show will feature com-
mentary from the Cubs
broadcast team and inter-
views with players, coach-
es, and media members
throughout the Cubs
organization.
The games will be called


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by the Cubs broadcast
crew of Christian Bruey,
Adam Eichstedt and Mike
Silverman.

For the 2009 Daytona
Cubs schedule or to order
tickets, log on to www.day-
tonacubs.com.


Cubs home
opener planned
The Daytona Cubs have
announced that Wendy's
will be the sponsor of
opening day at Jackie
Robinson ballpark.
This will be the first


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defense of their 2008 Flori-
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The gates will open at 5
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universe wants to highly
reward you for all this good-
ness.

Virgo-Aug.23-Sept 22
The moon in Virgo this week
gives you an edge in emotion-
al power. Keep your heart
open and listen to your inner
guidance. The wisdom that
comes up is the greatest truth
you can have on earth. Have
faith in it, learn to trust it, sur-
render and wait Before long,
the right ideas begin to pop
into the mind from this deep
well within. When you act on
these divine impulses before
the head gets in the way, you
will see great, unexpected gain
materializing right in front of
your eyes.

Libra-Sept 23-Oct.22
Find joy and good cheer in the
little things. Laugh a lot Hang
around with positive- minded


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people who let you be your-
self. Tell someone a joke and
make her laugh. Poke a little
good-natured fun at yourself.
Others love to laugh at our
foibles. It's a good part of
being healthy and human. It
keeps our self-righteousness
and ego in check when we
poke a little fun at ourselves.
Make someone else laugh and
it cheers you up. True happi-
ness in life is just that simple.

Scorpio-Oct 23-Nov.21
When you arise each day, take
stock of your many blessings
and express gratitude. Then
know that more positive good
is on the way to add to this.
This attitude of positive
expectancy then rubs off on
others and cause; them to
want to help you get what you
want theribe generous and
share your new blessings. This
is a wonderful way to live and
keeps you on the cutting edge
of many new .Ad wonderful
adventures as you travel the
rivers avd roads of life.'


Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21
You function best when you
feel inspired. Here is one to
affirm every day. "The universe
is my source of life. Each day
begins anew. My job is to
share and honor it to many or
to few. I ask for wisdom, love
and courage with each new
passing day. Let me help
someone with a greater bur-
den somewhere along the
way. In the giving I receive
back multiplied. With this pos-
sibility my life is justified. Mine
is a great life and I am thank-
ful."

Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19
Ask the universe for new direc-
tion and be open to new ideas
when they come. Feel yourself
in perfect health, surrounded
by happy people, with all your
needs being met right now.
Allow yourself to receive back
for all the good you have given
:to others. The safety, peace
and oy of this, fills you with a
youthful inner glow and gives
a sense that all is. well. This
plan raises your spirits and
keeps you going no matter
what else is happening in the
word.


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level D Crypt 1 & 2.
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working or not. Knives,
trains, lighters, guitars,
fishing, coins, gold and
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EMPIRE BED and chest
circa 1830 Good
condition. Asking $2500
386-214-6608



AIR MATTRESS- queen
size, with bag, has pad-
ded top, $15,
386-756-0753 VOL
ALUMINUM PATIO roof,
8' x 16', good condition,
disassembled, $150,
386-671-0173 VOL
AQUARIUM 10 gal all
glass, w/light lid,'filter and
more $50, 386-235-4390
AREA RUGS- Orange
5x7, $60, Burgundy 5x7,
$30, Cream 5x8, $20,
386-423-5978 VOL
BABY GIFTS, crocket
cub blankets, pastel col-
ors, $25, 386-304-2537
VOL
BAR STOOLS- 4, black
rod iron, with backs, $85,
386-615-9092 VOL


BATH VANITIES- 30",
with marble top, $75, 60"
with 2 sink marble top,
$125, 386-341-7639 VOL
BED, ELECTRIC, Home
style, local delivery, less
mattress, $99,
231-384-5713 VOL
BEDROOM SET- Head-
board, armoire, 2 night
stands, $150,
386-882-8069 VOL
BICYCLES racing bike,
$35, ladies bike, $15, 100
golf balls for $20,
386-672-6518 VOL
BIRD CAGES- 4, medi-
um to large, $50 takes
all, knick knacks, $50
takes all, 386-254-4814
BOAT, 10' fiber glass;
$200, 386-427-0555 VOL
BRACELET, EXQUI-
SITE, made in Zuni, 26
stoneson, sterling silver,
$195 firm, 386-441-8967
BRUNSWICK Mens
BOWLING BALL 16lbs
with black bag, & size 10
black bowling shoes $30.
386-345-3010
CAMCORDER, VHS,
RCA, new with Weston
flash adaptor/ charger,
$100, 386-441-0166 VOL
CEILING FAN Still up,
like new, 52" Huntington
3 Hampton Bay, black+
silver, $60. 386-334-0793
CLOTHES Maternity,
over 40 pieces, size me-
dium to large, $40,
386-898-4874 VOL


COCKATIELS 2, yel-
low, 2 years old, with
large floor cage, wheels,
$65, 386-756-2488 VOL
DAYBED, WHITE, metal,
porcelain finals, good
condition, $125,
386-756-3191 VOL
DESK 5 drawer, wood
grain, $35, TV stand, 1
drawer, shelf, $45,
386-756-0587 VOL
DINETTE SET- walnut
formica, 40" round with
one leaf, 4 chais includ-
ed, $200, 386-756-6445
DINING SET-' good cond,
glass top, brass base, 6
high back chairs w/ cush-
ions, $100, 386-427-6226
DISHES like festaware,
$20, Bed-In-a- Bag, full,
$20, 386-761-4483 VOL
DOG KENNEL- chain
link gate with latch, $100,
386-426-6252 VOL
DRESS, BEADED se-
quin, top chiffon, bottom,
champagne, $75,
386-615-1744 VOL
DRESSER- TRIPLE with
mirror & night stand $95
Mens 10 speed bike
$90 906-202-2901
DRYER, FRIGIDAIRE
Crown, 4 temp setting, 3
load setting, white, $199,
407-492-1209 VOL
ELLIPTICAL TRAINER-
fitness gear model 8zlE,
console control, $199,
386-677-5396 VOL


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FILE CABINET- metal,
sturdy, good condition,
and desk, $50 both,
'986-760-5127 VOL
FOUNTAIN 4 tier 5'.5"
white. Good condition.
$175 386-492-3491
GARAGE DOOR, 16'x7',
brown, all hardware In-.
cluded, very good coodi--
tion, $200, 386-677-7287
GENERATOR, TROY
built, 5200 watt, used 24
hours, $200 firm,
386-423-4152 VOL
GLASS DOORS, for pa-
tio, good condition, $100,
386-427-1077 VOL
GOLF CLUBS- men, full
set, King Cobras, w/ 4
metal wedges & bag,
$200, 386-423-7599 VOL
GUITAR MAGAZINES,
350 copies of Guitar
Player, 1970's, 80's, $20
all, 386-677-8328 VOL
HAMSTER CAGES,
large, w/accessories,
Hammocks, 2, $35 ea,
386-767-0201 VOL
HEAD BOARD- Queen
or double size, new con-
dition, all wood, $100,
386-882-8748 VOL
IMAC and photoshop
books, $12, bar carrier
for cars, ok for Kayaks,
$13, 386-676-1363 VOL
IMAC BOOKS for Photo-
shop, $10, Canon Printer,
black/ white/color, new,
$25, 386-676-1363 VOL


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KAYAK, 13' Touring,one
man sit down, $165, sta-
tionary bike, like new,
$25, 386-673-8214 VOL
KEYBOARD, CASIO,
CT-670, hardly used,
rhythm, $175,
386-788-6544 VOL
KEYBOARD, Casio, w/
stand, like new, $75,
Kenmore sewing ma-
chine, $40, 386-761-8454

LAWN MOWER self pro-
pelled, $165, 16' alumi-
num ladder $35,
386-492-4984 VOL
LEGOS- mega blocks
with wagons and trucks,
$75, legos w/table, $50,
386-322-5887 VOL
LIGHT FIXTURE- for
kitchen, in dark metal, 3
glass shades, $100,
386-788-2621 VOL
LOVE SEATS, 2, light
green, textured material,
excellent cond, $150
both, 386-299-9740 VOL
MAGAZINES Life,
170+, $100, Chilton pa-
per back manuals, $4
each, 609-240-2703 VOL
MATTRESS Queen
Newer, firm, asking $130,
300+ newer golf balls,
$35, 386-795-4459 VOL
MATTRESS Queen,
spring, $65, 6' white fold-
ing table, $20,
386-788-0397 VOL
Muffler for 2004 CHEVY
Colorado Factory muffler
& tailpipe. $50
386-847-6243
PALLETT JACK- E-Z lift,
4500 Ibs. $150 obo,
386-345-4519 VOL
PATIO SET- w/ glass ta-
ble, umbrella, 4 chairs, 2
are rockers, w/ cushions,
$75 obo, 386-304-0099
PICK UP bed cover, like
new, brown vinyl, clamps
off Ford, $100 obo,
386-322-4475 VOL
PLAY YARD- bought
new, use 2 weeks, $20,
386-427-598 VOL
PORCELAIN FIGURINE-
Gone with the Wind,
Scariett and Rhett, musi-
cal, $50, 386428-3481
PORTABLE CRUISER-
cattrry on A/C for boats,
$200 obo, 386-690-1804
VOL


PRINT ORIGINAL- 1890
by Charles Green, in
frame, $200 obo,
386-677-3038 VOL
PRINTER Canon, also
copies, scans & faxes,
hardly used $55, 8' lad-
der, $25, 386-304-9080
PYREX MIXING BOWLS
- Set of four, 65yrs old.
Exc condition. $65
386-672-8741
QUILT handmade, King
size, star pattern, perfect
cond, $200 obo,
386-423-4504 VOL
RING 10kt gold, $50,
old hand carved ivory cig-
arette holder, $50,
386-423-9669 VOL
SAFETY HARNESS and
Lanyard, $40, Typewriter,
$10, 386-492-6202 VOL
SCHWINN EXERCISE
bike, large seat, $35,
386-427-8040 VOL
SHOWER CHAIR- like
new, w/ tag, adjustable,
w/ arms and back, Walk-
er, $20, 386-246-8200
STOVE 36" Hot point,
Electric Range, clean,
good cond, white, $50
obo, 386-426-0715 VOL


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shots, wormed, girls/boys
Beautiful,Parents on site,
$550-$650 321-917-6417




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407-399-7277 No Volusia
TABLE Kitchen, white,
butcherblock top, with 6
chairs, like new, $100,
386-663-4815 VOL
TABLE oval, glass top,
41" x 71" 4 upholstered
chairs, $199,
386-677-3572 VOL
TABLE, 42" round glass
top rattan. $50, BBQ grill,
gas, brand new $75
386-441-7478
TABLES 1 table, 2 end
tables, cherry wood,
great shape, $200,
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TRANSFER CHAIR, $75,
Oscillating electric table
fan, $8, 386-677-8079
VOL








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Domestic and exotic pets.
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Daily visits or 24 hr. service.
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Plus ~ *-
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HOME I will feed, walk,
check on your pet. Dogs,
cats or turtles, we even
pick up the poo! Exper-
ienced mature person.
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call 386-295-7466 email
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Mars in Aquarius gives you the
courage to stand up for what
you truly believe. Your sense of
justice is legion. No matter
what is going on around you,
you always know how to do
the right thing. Continue to
expect the unexpected. Create
new causes. Push forward. It's
springtime. Plant new seeds
and expect positive results.
Your dynamic leadership con-
tinually goes out to others like
a light, and gives hope to
those in need. Now you are at
your best

Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20
Mighty forces are at work right
now. Mercury in Pisces speeds
up your decision-making pow-
ers and gives clarity to your
thoughts. Uranus in Pisces
continues to hone your spirit
and the visions that flow up
from the soul. Now is the time
to rejuvenate yourself. New
energy, enthusiasm and hope
are abundant Regroup often
and stay focused on the edge
of your own possibilities and
passions. A psyched up and
happy Pisces is a mighty force
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B12 Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill


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TROLLING MOTOR,
electric, MINN-KOTA,
401bs, $80, Cooler, $50,
386-615-4812 VOL
URN beautiful, new,
$200 obo, 386-252-0520
VOL
VCR good working con-
dition, with remote and
manual, need RF cable,
$25, 386-424-9312 VOL
WASHER, Used, works
fine, you pick up, $20,
386-679-3930 VOL
WASHER- Maytag,
white, deluxe model, like
new, can deliver, $100,
386-677-5231 VOL
WATCH Mans new 18ct
clad Jules Jurgensen
1/20 sec chrono. $189.
386-761-8809, 316-0126
WEDDING DRESS- very
elegant, petite size, no
trail, not very old, $35,
386-316-4492 VOL



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Must move now! Will sell
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Call 321-631-0111



BOB MILLAN
CARPENTRY LLC
Specializing in DOOR
Installations, Storm
doors, Crown & other
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s9.l4iIO.t? -__ .a ,- .a._ -.
cuslom work & other car-
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386-304-1228.



CHIMNEY & Dryer Vent
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ices Inc. 386-767-9392



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No start up costs Local
Installersl 800-973-9044
TV- HDTV 32" Panasonic
2005, Great picture. $499
or best offer.
386-663-4622



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MATTRESSES, CALI-
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Asking Only $700 ea.
386-677-5460
MEMORY FOAM All Vis-
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Mattresses, Member BBB.
- 60 night trial, As seen
on TV, High Density 25
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Wholesale showrooms
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THANKS HOMETOWN
NEWS
SOLDIIIIII
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76"h x 24'd x 44"w. Ex-
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ES Palm Bay
VACUUM, KIRBY brand
with all attachments,
Works Greatl $500.
386-345-3010


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QUALITY PC SERVICE
Performance Computer
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Remodel/Addition/Repair.
Replace Doors/ windows,
Kitchen/Bath, 25 Yrs Exp.
St Lic#CBC1255638. Ins.
366-756-3397 299-2132


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GREENLEAF LAWN
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Full svc: Weeding, trim-
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Commercial
-Licensed & Insured
-Fast & Reliable
Quality Products
FREE ESTIMATE
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References Available.

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NEWS
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New Environment
Painting $75 SPECIAL
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home, pressure washed
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Many references. Lic/Ins.
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Water Heater
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Garbage Disposal
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I 10% SeniorJ
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Benefit for The
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Tons of Clothes,
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Household Items,
Books &
a whole lot more!

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hsehid & electrical items
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Saturday, April 4th
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TABLES AVAILABLE
$15 or 2 for $25
Proceeds go to Children's
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- BEAL ESTATE FOR SALE


Unbelievable
ORMOND AREA: Intra-
coastal comp renovated,
double lot, riparian rights.
$394,900 Barbara Sand-
beig, Coldwell Banker
Expert 386-677-7727
ORMOND BEACH: Wa-
terfront Living. Buy now
before prices increase.
Halifax Riverfront. Gor-
geous Estate Lot, 320'
deep w/Seawall. Only
$733,025 Volusia County
Assessment $963,175
Cinder Block Home with
Pool. 906 Est Riverside
Drive, Sol Sashin, Lic.
RE Broker Sashin Realty,
Inc 386-672-3220 or Hot-
line 386-295-4967
ORMOND BY THE SEA
RIVERFRONT Open
Fri-Sat-Sun 12-5p. 108
River Lane. Remodeled/
Furn. 2bed/2ba w/ofc.
Jacuzzi dock, covered
boathouse 2 lifts, metal
roof, 3 sheds, jet ski,
$750,000. 386-441-8437
seoo photo's at
www.hometownewsol.co
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ORMOND, Riverfront
Tomoka Estates, 2/2
Split plan, seawall w/
boat ramp, Lg carport,
Florida rm, Lg yard.
$249,900 386-547-4783
ORMOND, Riverfront
Tomoka Estates, 4/2 new
ba /2 block home, Con-
crete seawall, New Kitch-
en, Lg Florida rm,
$349,900 386-547-4783
S. DAYTONA, Canal
Front, Intercoastal Views,
3/2/2 + bonus rm, Lg
additional parking area,
new pool w/privacy wall.
open floor plan. Only
$549,900 386-547-4783
ST. JOHNS RIVER 133'
x80' waterfront lot.
Putnam County FL Deep
wide canal min. to St.
Johns River, 2001 2-br
moble home, new boat
house & seawall,
$149,900 386-931-2065


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5351 Gabriel Lane, Fort
Myers, FL 33908 Revised
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2 bed remodeled,
wow ...................... 0.oo00
2 bed furnished,
ind. TV.................$94.O00
4 bed with florida
room...................$119.000
3 bed with loft, divorce
sale...................$2 0.000
CONDOS
NEAR GOLF
COURSE -2 bed,
remodeled...........$89.000
RIVERFRONT-2 bed
furnished ...........$158,000
RIVERFRONT-2 bed
furnished/

PENTHOUSE OCEAN
FRONT-2 bed estate
sale.....................$249,000


Ditha Sander
Broker/Ownier
(386) 767-5609 Phone
(386) 760-0960 Fax
DithaSander@aol.com E-Mail
COCOA, RIVERFRONT
1 plus acre, cbs 2b/1.5ba
+ office, w/separate Ibr
rental + Efficiency Apt.
$575,000. 321-544-6204
DAYTONA /ORMOND
BEACHSIDE Fix me upf
Buy a home for only
$90K, across from the
ocean. Owner Finance.
2br, detached garage, lot
75x135. City Realty, Dl-
tha Sander 386-767-5609
Don't Miss the Bottom
FIRST TIME HOME
BUYERS GET $8000,
Tax Credit.lnvestors can
now cash flow Sellers
can sell! Call the Moore
Team for Deal of the day.
Susan or Addam
386-566-4837 / 566-1812
Realty Pros & Associates
Gated Golf Community
Water Viewsl! 3/2/2
2-sided fireplace. Spa-
cious eat-in kitchen, Din-
ing room. Enclosed patio.
Newer air, heat & roof.
Pelican Bay. $219K Terri
Headley, 386-235-7337
Watson Realty.
MIMS, WATERFRONT
Home, 1 acre on deep
water lake, 3/2/2, relax on
back deck and enjoy a
beautiful lake view!
$155K. 321-961-2020
See photo on line
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OAK HILL Near river.
285 Sunrise Ave. '06
upgraded CBS, 3/2/2,
tile, custom kit., s/s appl.
1/2 ac. $217k. Rent poss.
$925/mo+ 386-402-1917
ORMOND 3bdrm/2bath,
Plantation Pines -
2.5acres for $210,000.
PORT ORANGE 3/2
split plan $99,000. Mariah
Hochhauser Crouch
Realty 386.233.9399 or
917.364.1549
PORT ORANGE Cypress
Cove, 3/2/2 New kitchen
2 sided fireplace between
LR & FR small dock on
lake. Solar heated pool
$240,900 See photos at
Buy Owner ORL26757
386-761-5938/299-1268
PORT ORANGE, Crane
Lakes, 55+ 2br/2ba, scrn
porch, all apple, tile,
Clubhse, golf, pool, Near
Beach, 584,900. Lease
option. 386-322-1304
PORT ORANGE- 2/2/1
Villa, Near beach! Appli-
ances, upgrades, Spar-
kling new Paint, Mainte-
nance free! Gated
comm., no age or pet
restrictions, Active
Clubhse, 2 pools, hot tub,
gym, tennis. Below mar-
ket @$135,000. Will
Lease, rent, or trade. -
Owner financing availa-
ble. 386-761-5674



ORMOND BEACH- 2
story 3/2.5/2 end unit,
CBS const. cul-de-sac.
North of Granada. Close
to shopping, beach & 1-95
$169,900 386-677-3655
SATELLITE BCH 3/2-1/2
Ic gar, Lg living & Dining
rooms. Gourmet S/S kit.*
cherry cabinets, Ex-
tremely spacious. New
roof/ ac, all new flooring.
$159,900. 678-984-1115


ORMOND BEACH
Mother in law suite
70 x 140' lot 2/1 and 1/1
with older mobile home
completely remodeled.
Asking $69,000. $10,000
down. Owner financing
No credit check.
386-503-8082



FLAGLER COUNTY 5
acres, 285' on SR-100
West. Concrete driveway
includes culvert. $89,000.
Owner/agent
386-503-0936




LAKE HELEN: Beautiful
lakefront 3.5ac, horses &
cows. Reduced $110,000
Owner financing. Close
to Deland. NancyWeichert
Realtors 386-212-7442
NC MOUNTAINS
Warm Winters/Cool
Summers. NEW! E-Z to
finish log cabin shell
w/loft &basement,
includes acreage
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Financing Available!!
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in gated comm, on the
intracoastal. 496 La
Coquina, Hacienda Del
Rio, Edgewater. Furn
split plan 3/2 1750 sqft.
Newer tile carpeted
bdrms. 20 x2 FL rm with
heat and air. Lg kitchen
dbl carport, Ig shed &
storage for RV's & boats.
Asking $69,900 $10,000
below appraisal. Open
Sat and Sun 2 to 4
386-690-4436.
DAYTONA BEACH 55+
2/1, screen porch, shed
carport, Appls C/H/A
Some furn. Good cond.
$4000 352-344-8794
MELBOURNE Beach
2-br/2-ba 55+ furnished
appl's, newly renovated..
FL rm carport, Condo fee
$76/mo incl cable, lawn.
$75,900 321-951-8691
MELBOURNE MOBILE
Homes. 2BR from $2500
to $18,000 "Broadview
55+, Post Road. ** Tan-
tara, All family. Near
schools and shopping.
Office 321-259-3522
Park mgr 407-283-5277
MELBOURNE, WATER-
FRONTI 2/2 Immaculate
Condition! Must See! 55+
park w/comm. pool, ac-
tive clubhouse, $77,900
407-375-6992; 291-1458



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Horton Home, All set up
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CADILLAC, 1967 Fleet-
wood Eldorado, First Per-
sonal Luxury compact, no
rust, low miles, $7,500.
386-672-7366;453-6677


SLarp
CHEVY BEL-AIR 1957
6cyl, auto, 4-dr sedan.
Driven weekly. Excellent
condition. $11,000/obo
772-770-9407



FORD CUSTOM 1951
2-dr sedan. All oig. 6 cyl.
Needs very little work!
Can drive anywhere.
$11,900/obo
772-766-2636
LINCOLN Continental
Collector Series. 1979
78K miles, Replaced gas
tank, carb etc. $5000/obo
321-733-1234


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HONDA ACCORD'96 4dr
auto, a/c, 4cyl, garage
kept, Texas car, 97k,
30+MPG, perfect cond.
$3850. 386-527-8876
Lincoln Continental '99
4dr. leather, PW/PL,
23MPG hwy., grf tires,
brakes & a/c.,garage kept
$4850.386-527-8876
PONTIAC, Convertible
G-6, 2007, Black
retractible hard top.
20,000 mi, heated leather
seats, satellite radio,
great buy! $18,000/obo
606-791-4780
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$2995 3/2 12"x60" All sales Save 60-80% off
New: CHA, vinyl siding, Retail! Best Resorts &
skirting & concrete drive- Seasons. Call for Free
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ORMOND BEACH 55+ holidaygroup.com/flier
12' x 60' fully furnished. FLORIDA LAND Bar-
Sun room, shed, carport. gains 2 to 150 acres.
A/C heat pump. $9000. rom Sebring to Gaines-
386-615-5481 Diane ville. $49,900 to
386-677-8378 $499,900. Tremendous
land value below market
ORMOND BEACH 55+ prices, Financing. Call
community, 12x60, 2br/ Jack at 800-242-1802
1.5ba, glassed in porch
$14,900. Also, 2 lots avail
for newer MH's $325/mo.
386-672-1276 / 451-4018
ORMOND BEACH
completely renovated
2-br/l/ba. Lot 110x60. FORECLOSURE
Fenced yard, carport, PROPERTIES
glassed in Florida room. In beautiful N. Georgia,
Off Nova Rd. Convenient TN & NC. cabins, homes
to everything. $60,000 & mountain lots. Call for
386-615-9473 details or visit website:
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ORMOND BEACH,Bear Call 706-400-9971 or
Creek, 3/2 + all season 706-400-9973
rm, Park has 3 club hous-
es & 3 pools, Shuffle GAINESVILLE, Florida
board, active/gated 55+ Keystone Heights golf
comm. New AC, wood community, 1.87 acres,
floors, Immac. Fully furn. 336' road frontage, could
Move -in Readyl $95,000 be separated. Reduced!
386-677-0214 $65,500 772-971-1251
PORT ORANGE 55+ GEORGIA 10+ acres.
Colony in theWoods.2/2 Ware County Georgia
24 x 40, screen room, near Waresboro on
new wood floors carpet McDonald Road, lots of
$13,900. 501-940-8458 beautiful trees.
or 870-854-3767 $22,500.00 for complete
PORT ORANGE, 2/2, package. 912-427-7062
55+, Colony In the Cell# 912-269-9349
Woods. New appl./tile/ GEORGIA LAND
carpet/kitchen/bath. Lrg. 23.65acres, Evans
Screen patio & Fla. rm. County. 4acre pond,
$37,500 386-212-4801 16acres mature timber.
PORT ORANGE- Balance in Coastal
WILL FINANCE Double- Bermuda. 10mins. to
wide, 2 br. $12,900, sin- 1-16, 40mins. to
glewide 2Br, needs work Savannah. $3500/acre.
5000 cash, No banks More tracts available.
needed. 386-566-7239 706-840-2136
So DAYTONA Lakeview LAND IS STILL THE
Estates newly remodeled BEST INVESTMENT-
12'x56' 2/1 roofover, Ig Stop losing money in the
FL rm, opens to LR. New stock market!
plywood floors, large TEXAS & OLD MEXICO
laundry rm Heat pump Affordable Hunting &
$16,000 386-562-1821 Fishing Property.
S10OAcres for $79,000
SOUTH DAYTONA. 2/1 w/10% down & no credit
own land, NO rental check. All sizes available
fees. Scrn porch, Car- up to 20,000 acres.
port, A/C, Very quiet & 1-877-77-BIGLAND
private. 1072 Palm View. (1-877-772-4452)
One block from Reed Ca-
nal. $55K 904-824-9206 N. GEORGIA MTNS -
Beautiful Completely re-
TITUSVILLE, 14'x52', built 3/2 cabin, noisy
55+ park, 8'x20' work stream, spring. Also,
shop, laundry rm, 8' completely rebuilt double-
grnhouse, lot rent $235/ wide 2.5ac also building
mo. incls. w/s/g, $11,500 lot 706-273-4514
/obo 321-268-2131
S NANTAHALA Real Es-
Titusville, 212,"'05 Beau- tate Co. National Geo-
tiful Dblwide w/lndian Riv- graphic & AtC News has
er View, end lot, several rated this as a #1 summ-
upgrades, all appliances, er destination! Vacation
$105K/neg. Family leav- homes/rentals! White
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VERO BEACH: Anxious Beautiful high elevation
seller. Own your own lot western North Carolina
in 55+ comm. New Furn surrounded by the Nanta-
2/2, fl -room. Considering hala Nat'l Forest. Only
all offers. Financing avail- 2.5 hours NE of Atlanta,
able. 866-605-7255 GA, only 1.5 hours out-
side Asheville, NC & 30
735 Out A minutes NE of Murphy,
Pristine Lake, Lake/River
front mountain view,
AAAH! AFFORDABLE large tracts 866-218-8439
HOMES, CABINS, LAND www.nantahalaproperties
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877-837-2288 NC BLUE Ridge Moun-
EXIT REALTY MVP tains Log Cabin $87,900.
MURPHY, NC Owner sacrificing a 1320
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2 acres w/ stream. Has a
AAHI Affordable Homes loft deck and covered
Cabins, Land.. Free Bro- porch 808-286-1666
chure 877-837-2288, Exit
Reality MVP Murphy, NC NC MOUNTAINS
www.exitmurphy.com Warm Winters/
Cool Summers.,
BIG Beautiful AZ lots NEW! E-Z to finish log
near Tucson. $0 Down, cabin shell w/loft & full
$0 Interest. Starting basement, includes
$129/mth. Guaranteed acreage. $99,900.
Financing. No Credit Ask about our mountain
Check. Pre-recorded & waterfront homesites
Message 800-631-8164 from $39,000-$99,000.
mention code NANI. Financing Availablell
www.sunsiteslandrush 828-247-9966 (Code19)
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I L CLOSEOUI Gf NORTH FLORIDA LAND
FINAL CLOSEOUTI Golf 871acs in Jefferson Co.
Lot Bargainl from Timberland, planted pine
$19,900 (was $69,900) mixed w/hardwood bot-
Golf, Amenity Package, toms, grt hunting. rd
Developer closeout, re- frontage,$1995/ac.l
mining lots champion- Southern Pine lanta-
ship, 18 hole course, ons 352-867-8018
Blue Ridge Mtns- near OWNER FINANCE N.
Asheville, NC. All infra- Florida Land. Beautiful
structure completed- area near springs & riv-
ers. 1.5 to 5 acre tracts.
build when ready! 1 lot $1500 down with no cred-
per customer! excellent it check! Call for free col-
financing. 866-334-3253 or brochure. 1-800-
ext2194 754-4531


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TEXAS LAND SALEII
20 Acres, $0 Down.
Only $15,900., $159/mo.
Near Booming El Paso.
Beautiful Mountain
Views. No Credit Checks.
Money Back Guarantee.
Roads/Surveyed.
1-800-843-7537
www.sunsetranches.com


WESTERN KENTUCKY-
Hunting & Investment
properties. Trophy white-
tail & premier turkey
hunts featured on TV.
50acs-5,000ac tracts,
80ac lake, timber, build-
ing sites, income produc-
ing starts@ $1,400/ac
270-554-4114


AL ESTATE FO


TENNESSEE
DEVELOPER
lacre to 35 acre lots;
community City water,
roads, electric, near town
Owner Financing. w/10%
down.
Inquire about House
& Land packages.
1-888-811-2168


-RE



DAYTONA BEACHSIDE
Female to share with
same. 2/1 House priv.
$450/mo + 1/2 utilities.
Sec dep. Walk to Beach.
email aprilshowersl23@
people pc.com
ORMOND BEACH-
Townhouse to share. Pri-
vate bath, bed & TV
room. All amenities No
Pets. $135 weekly
386-615-8264





REDUCED
DAYTONA -
Country Club Condo-
lbr/lba pool, 2nd floor,
new carpet $545/mo incl.
water, pest control & ca-
ble. 386-299-1538
DAYTONA Aliki Forum
3/3 $1500/mo 2200 N At-
lantic Tanya Ottaviani
Weichert 386-295-7277
DAYTONA BAYSHORE,
Renovated furnished
lbr/lba Top floor with
Oceanview, new carpet,
tile. Gym, sauna & pool.
No Smoking, No Pets.
For info: 386-427-2980
Daytona Bch Harbour
2/1 $700/mo 3015 Halifax
Ave, Tanya Ottaviani
Weichert 386-295-7277

liENT NOW
Daytona Bch Shores
Oceanviewl Beautiful 2nd
fl, 3Br/1ba. 3106 S. At-
lantic. No pets $850 mo.
386-788-6063/248-1076
DAYTONA BEACH -
Oceanfront, luxury condo.
12th floor in the Horizons
1420 N Atlantic Ave.
2br/2ba, pool, workout
room, sauna, year lease
$1100/mo. 419-351-1430
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DAYTONA BEACH Cen-
tral Manor Apts serving
adults 62+ or mobility
impaired. lbr/ Iba.
Income based rent. EOH,
Handicap accessible
386-255-2622 TTY
1-800-955-8771
Daytona Beach Shores-
Across from bch. Gated,
2br/2ba, in & outdoor
pools, gym, all amenities,
cable/water, W/D incl.
$1,095mo. 407-310-6991
DAYTONA BEACH-
SIDE- 1/1, Behind Bellair
Plaza. No pets. Water
included Central A/C.
$500/mo. 386-447-5699


LSK
PORT ORANGE- Large
2/2. Newly remodeled,
Includes W/D hook-up &
cable. Small .pets OK.
$700/mo Call Patty
386-405-9887
SEBASTIAN- 3/2 apts.
Move in special Call
772-581-4440 *Income
Restrictions Apply*


REDUCED
SOUTH DAYTONA
Lake Front! Studio/Apt.,
Furn., Incls. all utils., ca-
ble TV & Internet.
$600/mo 386-316-2979


wow
VERO BEACH: Call for
speclals!l br's from
$475, 2br's from $550.
Tile, New appl. Close to
Beaches, Parks & Res-
taurants. 772-563-0013


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DONATE A CAR- Help
Children Fighting Diabe-
tes. Fast, Free, Towing.
Call 7 days/week. Non
-runners ok. Tax Deducti-
ble. Call Juvenile Diabe-
tes Research Founda-
tion. 1-800-578-0408
WANTED JUNK CARS
Running or not $200 &
up. We pay cash! 24-hrs.
Call 321-631-0111



HONDA 2003 Shadow
Ace. Saddle bags
Removable windshield
Cobra pipes, $4500/obo
321-720-9183
WANTED JAPANESE
Motorcycles Kawasaki,
1970-1980 Z1-900, KZ90
0, KZ1000, S1-250, S2-
250, S2-350, S3- 400,
H1-500, H2-750, Cash
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DAYTONA BEACH
Golfer's, Paradise! LPGA
community 3/2/2, W/D,
screen porch, $1200/mo
F/S 386-852-8298 Leave
Message
NEW SMYRNA BEACH
Beachside on canal, 3/2
1.5-cg. tile and wood
floors, A/C, screened
porch. Inside laundry with
W/D, Cathedral ceilings
fenced yard with boat
dock. $1400/mo + utilit-
ies. 386-447-2013




NEW SMYRNA
BEACHSIDE
839 25TH AVENUE
2 Br, Carport, tiled
throughout, furnished,
close to beach
$800/mo
MINORCA CONDOS
Karpathos 804 -3/2 -
$2,500/mo `
Paros 506 3/2 -
$2,300/mo
Salina 303- 4/3.5 -
$2,500/mo .
Karpathos 201 4/3 -
$2,200/mo
6871 S. ATLANTIC
Beach front; furnished,
3/2, the ultimate ocdan
home
$3,000/mo
CEDAR DUNES
2 br plus bonus room,
private courtyard, balcony
off the master bedroom,
reserved parking.
$1,000/mo
DIAMOND HEAD
Spectacular views, deep
water boat slip, galley
kitchen, community pool.
From $1,400/mo
BOUCHELLE ISLAND
2/2 with great intracoastal
views. Community pool,
tennis, boat slip available.
$1,200/mo 0
EDGEWATER
2417 MANGO TREE
3/2, fully applianced
kitchen, wall-to-wall
carpet, 2 car grage
$950o/,0
1600 BRADFORD ROAD
3/2, loreof tile; large
screened porch, garage
$950/mo |
129 RANKEN AVENUE
2/1, huge yard, 2 car
carport
$695/mo
1854 VICTORY
,PALM DRIVE
3/2. 1500 sq. ft.,
split plan. 2 car garage.
$950/mo













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WANTED JAPANESE
Motorcycles Kawasaki,
Z1-900, (KZ900) 1972-
1976, KZ1000 (1976-
1980), KZ1000R 1982-
1983), Z1R, S1-250,
S2-350, S3-400, H1-500,
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(1969- 1975), .Susuki
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Paid, Free Nationwide
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35' WINNEBAGO 2001,
2/slideouts, 46k/mi., with
Back Br. Well maint. &
extras, N/S. Asking
$42,000. 386-956-0710



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ORMOND BEACHSIDE-
furn lbr/lba duplex apt.
ideal location, steps to
ocean. All new mod. furn,
carpet, tv, dishwasher,
Fla. rm, beau landscaped
large fenced yard. Must
see! $850/mo. short term
leases avail. Some pets
welcome 386-677-3844
ORMOND Duplex, 3/2,
$1000/mo 1405 Carlos
Cir Tanya Ottaviani Wei-
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PORT ORANGE Mobile
Home on private lot. 2 br
extra clean. New paint &
carpet. W/D inc. $650
mo. 386-451-5180
PORT ORANGE- 40+
comm, pool gym rec
room, jacuzzi library
2/1.5. w/d. near every-


HOLLY HILL 2br/1ba,
$750 mo 241 15th St
Tanya Ottaviani Weichert
RE 386-295-7277
NEW SMYRNA BEACH
Sugar Mill Golf Course
2/2/2, W/D. gated com-
munity with heated pool
access. $1150/mo FLS
386-441-5824.
ORMOND BEACH -
gated community 3 pools.
2Bdrm/2Bath living & din-
ing rms,kitchen, screened
porch, lawn maintenance
included, completely
renovated. $825/mo.
386-672-6899; 299-6737
ORMOND BEACH This
is a steal! Rebuilt split
2/2/1-cg, fireplace, W/D
mod. kitch, FLA. rm, back
patio, frnt porch, Partially
furn. Beautifully fenced
back yd, Some pets OK.
$995/mo 386-677-3844
ORMOND BEACH- 55+
gated comm. Furn. 2/2,
carport, yard, LakeView!
pools, clubhouse & more
No pets. No smoking.
$850/mo. 386-673-2963
PALM COAST INTRA
COASTAL BEACHSIDE
Over 3000sf w/boat lift.
upgraded, like new. Only
$1695/mo. 386-569-1811
PONCE INLET Pool
home unfurn., dock on
deep water canal, 2 blks
to beach, $1795/mo. 404-
734-7880; 843-341-5999
PONCE INLET- beautiful
3-br/2-ba/2-cg oceanfront
home 20' x 50' deck
overlooking beach, Newly
renovated. New appraisal
value, $1.288 mil. $4000
per month, 1 year lease
with option to extend. 1st
& last, $2000 damage
deposit. 407-321-2007
PORT ORANGE 3/2/3
Royal Palm, Fitness, pool
club, no maint. Avail April
16. Close to colleges
$1500/mo. 386-763-1141
SPRUCE CREEK
FLY-IN
Gated Comm. 2bdrm,
2ba, double garage, new
carpet, on golf course,
$1,050/mo $1;400,' Furn.
White Real Estate
386-689-4887



ORMOND BEACH-South
40. 2bdrm/2ba/2 car gar,
Florida rm, screened
porch, new carpet/tile,
private courtyard, $1000/
month. (386)679-0159
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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.com
MARATHON. LUXURY
1-6 bedroom vacation
homes. Beautiful ocean-
front properties. Pools,
hot tub, docks & more!
Weekly & long weekend
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NEW SMYRNA- Sun
Beach Club 2/2 furnish-
ed. Avail 4/1 $500/wk
Call Susan Solon of
Grace Realty
386-235-4473
NORTH CAROLINA
MOUNTAINS
Discounted spring rates
available, starting as low
as $96 per night!
Pet friendly units
available.
Call now!
Foscoe Rentals
1-800-723-7341
www.foscoerentals.com
ST. AUGUSTINE BCH
Oceanview Condo fr $99
nite,$779/wk Oceanfront
house from $199 nite/
$1399 week,Oceanfront
wedding $359 or Historic
Dist from $129/ nite Dis-
count Cruise from
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