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Vol. 4, No. 14 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, May 1,2009


City commissioners reject


contract with firefighters


Hi Hometown News
readers,


Mother and children
injured when caught
in middle of police
pursuit
The Florida Highway Patrol
and officers from other
agencies continue to look for
a man who they say led a
trooper on a high- speed
chase that ended in a violent
crash. The trooper, a mother
from Palm Coast and her
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DBIF WINDS UP.


By Wayne Grant
For Hometown News

ORMOND BEACH The City
Commission voted last week against
authorizing a contract between the
city and firefighters union and the
union president later expressed his
frustration.
Before the vote, the commission
debated at length on the pros and


Halifax to

open




the-art ER
By Bill Borden
For Hometown News

ORMOND BEACH -
This summer, after more
than four years of plan-
ning, design and con-
struction, Halifax Hospi-
tal will open its new
emergency department
and bring a dramatic
change to the medical
services available to resi-
dents and visitors inVolu-
sia and Flagler Counties.
The new "ED" will be
the largest and most
See HALIFAX, A2


cons of having a three-year contract
that calls for a three-percent raise the
first year and a two-percent raise in
each of the next two years.
Two of the commissioners
expressed reservations about com-
mitting to a three-year agreement in
tough economic times while Mayor
Fred Costello said he wanted to look
at changes such as "how many fire-
fighters are on a truck, how' we


respond to calls," and
other issues. He said
he could agree to a
one-year contract
with the same terms.
Fire Department
Captain/Paramedic-
Jim Shaw, president
of Firefighters Local
3499, said in an interview
after the meeting that he is frustrated.


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Jarred Van Fossen, 12, of Daytona Beach leads others during the Pilgrims Rest
Cemetery 100-year anniversary celebration in Ormond Beach last Sunday. The
event also marked Confederate Memorial Day and included a rifle and cannon
salute by Civil War reenactors.


Free ouldoor movies to be shown at


By Bill Borden
For Hometown Nevs


, DAYTONA BEACH Do
you remember drive-in
movies? Do you dislike
high movie ticket prices?
Do you want to enjoy beau-
tiful summer evening out-
doors in Daytona Beach?
If you answered yes to
any of the above questions,
Cinematique of Daytona
Film Society is offering you
an opportunity to experi-
ence outdoor theater for
free at City Island Park in
Daytona Beach.
Cinematique'will present
a variety of vintage classic
films on select Saturday
nights from April through
September as part of its
Movies under the Stars
series.


"Vintage FLlms byv the
River" will feature shdNw-
ings of box office favorites
such as "Butch Cassidy and
the Sundance Kid,"
"Singing in the Rain" and
"Princess Bride" along with
a selection of independent
Sand foreign films.
The movies will be
shown on a large inflatable
screen with a surround-
sound audio system and
will'begin at dusk. A variety
of snacks and beverages,
including a full bar, will be
available for moviegoers to
enhance their viewing
experience. Several down-
town restaurants will also
offer dinner and picnic
packages for anyone who
wants more than a snack
while enjoying the movies.
The Vintage Films by the


River is just one of a variety
of' movie experiences
offered by the non-profit
volunteer organization that
is dedicated to providing
educational benefit
through the films they
present to the public.
"We started 18 years ago
to bring independent and
foreign films to our local
area," said Stephanie
Mason-Teague, Cinema-
tique president. "About
three years ago, we started
the Movies under the Stars
program as a promotional
outreach to bring attention
to the art of film and the
annual Daytona Beach
Film Festival."
Cinematique is the only
local source for independ-
ent and foreign films. The
Bookstore Caf6, located on


City Island
South Nova iRoad in
Ormond Beaich;'6ffefrreg-
ular screenings of featured
films on Wednesdays,
Thursday and Fridays: '
Donations and member-
ship fees help support the
non-profit organization's
efforts to provide educa-
tional films to residents
free or at a much reduced
cost. Members enjoy a vari-
ety of free benefits and
reduced prices on featured
showings.
To find. out more about
the titles and dates of the
various movies to be pre-
sented this summer or if you
are interested in supporting
the Cinematique of Day-
tona Film Society, visit their
Web site at
www.cinematique.org or
call (386) 871-7873.


Sde CONTRACT, A2


Wanted:

Healthy

snacks in

schools
By Jeanne Willard
Willard@hometownnewsol.com
VOLUSIA COUNTY- On a
recent afternoon, Lacey
Ayers, 10, chose pizza for
lunch at Warer Christian
Academy.
But, she's also enjoyed nat-
ural and organic snacks from
the recently installed vending
machine in the school's cafe-
teria.
Her favorite is Chocobillys,
chocolate chunk cookies
made with organic wheat
flour containing no trans fat
or high fructose corn syrup.
She said she is more con-
cerned about how it tastes
than whether it is a healthy
choice.
"I thought I'd try it and it's
pretty good," Lacey said.
1" like to ea stuff that tastes
good."
The idea of natural aid
organic snacks that taste
.good is the premise behind
Ormond Beach-based Good
Life Vending, sid Carol
Peters, president.
As a distributor forYoNatu-
rals, a California- based com-
pany, Ms. Peters, her husband
Wayne and co-investors
Theresa and Howard Seufer
believe that the time is right
for healthy snack options in
schools and businesses.
YoNaturals supplies its dis-
tributors with sleek hi-tech
vending machines that
accept cash or debit and
credit cards and the company
provides a selection of more
than 500 organic food and
drinks.
Previously the owner of


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By Wayne Grant
For Hometown News

ORMOND BEACH The
excitement builds during
the day at Ormond Beach
Elementary School. You
hear "The PAL class is
today," or "I can't wait for
PAL after school."
These comments are
from children enrolled in
the Police Athletic League's
after-school R.E.A.D. pro-
gram', which stands for
Reading, Exploration,
Adventure and Discovery.
"Kids love the program,"
said teacher Robbin
Durbin, who serves as a vol-
unteer tutor. "They have a
lot of fun. But it's sneaky.
While they're having fun
they're also learning a lot of
new things and building
their confidence."
The R.E.A.D. program


builds skills in vocabulary,
comprehension and fluen-
cy in a unique way. In addi-
tion to reading together
each week, ,the students
learn how to create their
own stories.
During the first six weeks,
the students hear stories
told by professional story-
tellers and learn the tech-
niques of crafting a tale.
During the second six-week
period, they write and illus-
trate their own stories and
bind them into books. At
the end of the 12-week ses-
sion, a reception is held in
the atrium at City Hall
where the books are put on
display.
Cendy Krier said she has
seen a huge change in her
daughter Nicole since she
started taking the class.
Nicole was having a hard
time with comprehension


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Randy Barber/staff photographer
Cameron Brenneman, 10, of Ormond Beach gets help from officer Gregory Stokes of
the. Ormond Beach Police Department during an after-school program sponsored by
the Police Athletic League.


and was getting frustrated,
she said. Now, Nicole picks
up. books on her own and
enjoys reading.
Nicole enjoys the class.
very much, Ms. Krier said.


"When Nicole was home
from school sick with the
flu, she wanted to get out of
bed and go to the class," she
said.
"You can really see them


grow during the program,"
said Kim Kinsler, also a
schoolteacher and tutor.
"The classes are small and

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contract in January and
accepted their wage proposal
and three-year term."
Ormond Beach firefighters
now await a Shade meeting by
city government for a new
proposal. A Shade meeting,
which includes the commis-
sion, mayor, fire chief and
budget director, is exempt
from the Sunshine Laws and
held in private.
Commissioner Lori Gillooly
spoke in favor of approving
the contract, saying it was a
disservice to the staff not to
OK a contract they worked
out last year. Ms. Gillooly also
said one benefit of a three-
year contract is that the union
and city officials can concen-
trate on their jobs rather than
working out a new deal.
"It's about the money for
me ... Things have changed
since the last Shade' meeting,
and they are changing every'
day," Commissioner Troy Kent
said. "We might have less
money next year.:. I've never
said no to a contract. I've
always fought for equity. But I
have a problem with
(Ormond Beach) firefighters
being at the top."
Mr. Kent was referring to a
document the -commission
had examined which com-
pared the salaries of firefight-
ers in the various Volusia
County communities.
Ormond Beach firefighters
were shown to be at the top of
the pay scale.
Commissioner Bill Parting-
ton supported the contract,
saying it was "equitable and
sustainable over the next
three years."
Commissioner Ed Kelley
said a raise would put the fire-
fighters ahead of other city
workers and then they'd want
more.
He voted against the con-
tract, saying a three-year term
would not allow flexibility
When asked about the
commission's vote, Union
head Shaw said, he under-
stands times are tough, but
firefighters should be treated
fairly.
"We understand the diffi-
cult economic environment
and have not made any
demands. ... We feel very for-
tunate to hold our jobs to this
point," he said. "We accepted
their wage proposals, made
several concessions and
accepted their request of a
three-year term of agreement
and now are being villainized
by some for our attempts to
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OK, maybe Meryl Streep
didn't get her start dressed in a
Red Panda suit. But a group of
Volusia County residents
involved in a children's televi-
sion show are making a big
leap in show business.
"Enviropals!," created by
two local teachers, Ray Gri-
mard of Seabreeze High
School and Don Brunning of
Atlantic High School, will be
shown nationally on PBS sta-
tions beginning in September.
The show is shot at theWDSC
Channel 15 studio at Daytona
State College and remote
locations such as Central
Florida Zoo and on local
beaches.
Using musical numbers
and skits to deliver an envi-
ronmental message, the
weekly series chronicles the
adventures ofRae Rae the Red
Panda and his friends Safari
Stan, Safari Sue and the Safari
Kids. The show also features
animal puppets operated by
high school students.
Kyndall Koenke, a tenth-
grader at Seabreeze High
School, plays the character
Rae Rae..
"No matter how hot it gets


in that suit it feels great The
way kids look up to me and
want to hug me," she said.
'And we're spreading an envi-
ronmental message. It's a real-
ly great experience."
Safari Stan and Sue are
played by adults and the
Safari Kids are child actors
ranging in age from 9 to 11.
Jenny Simmons, a 1995
graduate of Seabreeze who
plays Safari Sue, said, she
thinks the show will be popu-
lar.
"I'm thrilled and the kids
are very excited too," she said.
" ... The show has catchy
music, fun characters and
keeps moving to keep the
attention of the audience."
Mr. Brunning said he thinks
of Enviropals as the best of all
the kids' shows combined,
such as Barney, Sesame Street
and the Muppets, and said it
teaches kids the importance
of keeping the planet healthy.
"We grew up with shows
like School House Rock and
the Banana Splits ... We're try-
ing to get back to that. We're
trying to keep everything live
action and use model work
instead of computer anima-
tion," he said.
Each episode will focus on a
specific theme such as pollu-


tion, water conservation,
global warming, alternative
energy and other environ-
mental concerns.
Jen Campanella, mother of
Jordyn, a fifth grader at Tomo-
ka Elementary who plays one
of the Safari kids, says her
daughter relates to the mes-
sage of the show.
"We're huge environmental
people," Ms. Canponella said.
"She tells us to turn the water
off when we brush our teeth.
She's very excited about the
show."
The cast has a wide variety
of experience in show busi-
ness. Most of the children
have worked in local theater
or commercials. They are
working for a nominal fee at
the present time.
Don Brunning teaches tele-
vision production and is also
certified in earth and space
science and biology. "This
gives me a scientific view of
things," he said.
Mr. Grimard teaches aero-
space science and is also cer-
tified in history. He has been
involved in theater and enter-
tainment for about 35 years.
The two teachers have long
wanted to produce an educa-
tional show for children.
"We kicked around the idea


for years," said Mr. Brunning.
They've worked on "Endi-
ropals!" in their spare time for
a year. They co-wrote the
scripts, co-wrote and per-
formed the music, built the
sets and props and are co-
directing the episodes.
The show is produced by
Shooting Star Educational
Television, a nonprofit com-
pany formed by the two pro-
ducers, in conjunction-v.ith
WDSC HD Channel 15 in
Daytona Beach. Mr. Grimard
also has a for-profit produc-
tion company called Shooting
Star Entertainment Group.
The. pilot and 13 episodes
will be delivered to die
National Education Telecom-
munications Association.
which is part of PBS, this sum-
mer. It will be available to the
entire country via satellite.
and they currently have com-
mitments with 60 percem of
the PBS stations in the Uni ted
States.There will also be inier -
national distribution and the
show will be streamed into
libraries and schools.
"We're providing PBS with
the pilot and 13 episodes and
then it's in the hands of the
consumer," Mr. Brunning
said. "We're stoked that the
public is going to like it."


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Bird watching trip
planned .
The Halifax River
Audubon Society will hold
a field trip to Princess Place
Preserve in Flagler County
on Saturday, May 2.
Participants should meet
at 7 a.m. at the Publix park-
ing lot on Williamson and
Granada Boulevards in
Ormond Beach to form
carpools.
There will be walking for
one mile over an uneven
terrain.
Participants should
bring alunch and drink.
For more information on
this free event, call (352)
302-3510.
Walk to benefit
school
The Children's House, a
Montessori school in
Ormond Beach, will hold a
5K fun run and walk on
Saturday, May 2. Registra-


Celebrating the earth


tion begins at 6:45 a.m. The
walk will begin at 8 a.m.
Proceeds will go towards
the expansion of the Chil-
dren's House, the purchase
of materials and also to
expand grade levels from
pre-kindergarten to fifth
grade.
Awards will be given to
the top males and females
and divided into age
groups.
Participants may bring
old running shoes for
donation.
Registration is available
on line at www.raceforwis-
dom.com.
Benefit concert
planned
The eighth annual After-
noon of Roses benefit con-
cert will be held at 3 p.m.,
Sunday, May 3, at Our Lady
of Lourdes Catholic
Church, 201 University
Blvd., Daytona Beach. The
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during the 'Picnic on the Plaza' Earth Day celebration in
Ormond Beach. The Ormond Beach Garden Club spon-
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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

*Tobias A. Middleton, 31, of
336 S. Palmetto Ave., Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 17
on charges of aggravated bat-
tery to a pregnant person. Bail
was not set.
*Charkella Bumson, 22, of
620 Division St, Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 18
on charges of principle grand
theft. Bail was not set.
*Krenisha D. Reddick, 30, of
892 S. Nova Road, Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 18
on charges of unlawful pos-
session of a scheduled IV nar-
cotic. Bail was set at $1,500.
*Christopher Jones, 21, of
1041 Berkshire Road, Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 18
on charges of robbery (strong
arm). Bail was set at $5,000.
*Alexis Verlin Neal, 18, of
1075 Gertrude Court, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested April
18 on charges of aggravated
battery with a firearm. Bail
was set at $10,000.
*Sebastian C. Scott, 25, of
331 N. Caroline, Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 18
on charges of sale of cocaine
within 1,000 feet of a church.
Bail was set at $20,000.
*Charles Walter Maxwell,
41, of 965 Glenwood St., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested April
18 on charges of felony bat-
tery. Bail was set at $2,500.
*Clifton Glenn Ross, 60, of
555 Mark Ave., Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 18
on charges of unlawful pos-
session of cocaine. Bail was
set at $1,000.
*Kimberly Layer, 37, of 517
S. Lanvale Ave., Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 19
on charges of child abuse. Bail
was not set.
*Frank Lynch Jr., 26, of 310
Marion St., Apt. No. 2, Day-
tona Beach, was arrestedApril
19 on charges of possession of
cocaine. Bail was set ati$2,000.
*Jermaine Bernard Riley, 33,
of 551 Eldorado St., Daytona


Beach, was arrested April 19
on charges of unlawful pos-
session cocaine with intent to
distribute and unlawful pos-
session of marijuana with
intent to distribute. Bail was
set at $20,500.
* *Maurice Bernard Maddox,
34, of 748 Mercedes St., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested April
20 on charges of unlawful
possession of cocaine. Bail
was not set.
*Sid P Mitchell, 26, of 1601
Big Tree Road, Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 20
on charges of robbery. Bail
was set at $5,000.
*Anthony P Valdez, 49, 560
Ballough Road, Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 20
on charges of aggravated bat-
tery. Bail was set at $5,000.
*Markece David Williams,
18, of 1054 Michael Road,
Daytona Beach, was arrested
April 20 on charges of unlaw-
ful possession of cocaine. Bail
was set at $1,250.
*Andrew Jerome Williams,
26, of 1220 Cadillac Drive,
Daytona Beach, was arrested
April 22 on charges of armed
robbery and aggravated bat-
tery. Bail was not set.
*Randolph Eugene Elias Jr.,
53, of 636 Eldorado St., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested April
22 on charges of burglary to a
conveyance. Bail was set at
$5,000.
*Jose Dashawn Hull, 21, of
732 S. Caroline St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 22
on charges of grand theft auto,
possession of a controlled
substance and possession of
crack cocaine. Bail was set at
$6,000.
*Benjamin Joseph Massie,
25, of 900 S. Peninsula Drive,
No. 201, Daytona Beach, was
arrested April 22 on charges of
possession of cannabis more
than 20 grams. Bail was set at
$1,750.
*Walter Jaures Williams, 45,
of 303 Lanvale Road, Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 22
on charges of unlawful pos-
session of a controlled sub-
stance (cocaine trace). Bail
was set at $1,500.
*Jessica Lynn Brady, 28i of
121 Bellevue'Ave., Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 23
on charges of grand theft. Bail
was set at $2,500.


*Nicholas E. Wilkins, 23, of
116 Oakwood Drive, Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 23
on charges on aggravated
assault. Bail was set at
$10,000.
*Bernard Alvin March, 28 of
656 Williamsburg Drive, Apt.
1, Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed April 23 on charges of pos-
session of cannabis with
intent. Bail was set at $1,500.
eLascelles Peter Francis, 18,
of 1412 Mandrake Drive, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested April
23 on charges of armed car-
jacking. Bail was not set.
*Ramone H. Todd, 26, of
1013 Bershire Road, Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 23
on charges of unlawful pos-
session of cocaine. Bail was
set at $3,500.
*William Jeremy Russell, 19,
of 510 Braddock Ave., Apt. No.
3, Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed on April 23 on charges of
unlawful possession of a
scheduled IV controlled sub-
stance and unlawful posses-
sion of a scheduled,II con-
trolled substance. Bail was set
at $2,500.
*Jimmie Gordon, 21, of 436
S. Keech St., Daytona Beach,
was arrested April 23 on
charges of unlawful posses-
sion of a cocaine and resisting
arrest with violence. Bail was
set at $4,000.

Ormond Beach
Police Department

*Jeffrey Ryan Crabtree, 22,
of 310 Center St., Ormond
Beach, was arrested April 18
on charges of fleeing/eluding.
Bail was set at $5,000.
eRobertARottenstein, 31, of
855 S. Nova Road, Ormond
Beach, was arrested April 20
on charges of aggravated
assault and aggravated bat-
tery. Bail was set at $9,500.

Holly Hill
Police Department

*Alan Joseph Maccaro, 19,
of 620 Westward Circle, Holly
Hill, was arrested April 21 on
charges of possession of
cocaine, possess of cannabis
with intent to sell, possession
of a scheduled I;,controlled


substance and possession of a
scheduled IV controlled sub-
stance. Bail was not set.
*Louis Biggs Caruso, 41, of
603 Eighth St. No 2, Holly Hill
was arrested April 21 on
charges of dealing stolen
property. Bail was set at
$2,500.
*Timothy Erin McQuillen,
34, of 603 Eighth St., No. 2,
Holly Hill, was arrested April
22 on charges of dealing
stolen property. Bail was set at
$2,500.

Volusia County
Sheriff's Office

*Frederick L. Davisreaves,
21, of 626 LPGA Blvd. Apt. B,
Holly Hill, was arrested April
17 on charges of armed bur-
glary to a structure/con-
veyance and
aggravated/assault with a
deadly weapon. Bail was not
set.
*Justin Clifford Nelson, 18,
of 600 S. Seagrave, Apt. 3, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested April
17 on charges of possession of
Hydrocodone. Bail was set at
$1,000.
*Racina J. Robinson, 24, of
612 South St., Daytona Beach,
was arrested April 18 on
charges of battery on person
detained in jail. No bail was
set.
*Fortune Tyrone Hill, 27, of
1240 S. Nova Road, No. 81,
Daytona Beach, was arrested
April 18 on charges of sale of
cocaine. Bail was not set.
*Tony Dean Edge, 46, of 22
Seaview Drive, Ormond
Beach, was arrested April 19
on charges of aggravated
assault. Bail was not set.
*Jermaine Bernard Riley, 33,
of 551 Eldorado St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 19
on charges of grand theft of a
motor vehicle, fleeing and
attempted eluding and pos-
session of a firearm by a con-
victed felone. Bailwas not set.
*Michael Deshon Hill, 22, of
565 Oak St., Daytona Beach,
was arrested April 21 on
charges of sale of cocaine
within 1,000 feet of a church.
Bail was set at $25,000.
*Candice Lynn Wiggins, 24,
of 641 Russell Drive, Daytona
Beach was arrested April 22,


Wanted Person:
Thomas Michael Hanley
Birth Date:
July 29, 1987
Distinguishing Features:
Tattoo on neck
Reason Wanted:
Possession of marijuana
and cocaine
Last Known Location:
South Daytona
Crime Stoppers of
Northeast Florida is seek-
ing information on the
whereabouts of Thomas
Michael Hanley, 21. Han-
ley is on probation as a
result of a no contest plea
in 2008 for possession of
marijuana under 20
grams. He was later
accused of violating the
terms and conditions of
his probation,, and an
arrest warrant was issued
for Hanley after he failed to
show up in court for a
hearing. A second warrant
was issued for Hanley after
he failed to show up in
court to be sentenced on
charges of possession of
cocaine and possession of
marijuana with intent to


on charges of possession of
Hydrocodone. Bail was set at
$1,500.
*Michael Richard Rotert, 20,
of 2320 Eslinger Road, lot 78,
New Smyrna Beach, was
arrested April 22 on charges of
second-degree arson and bur-
glary to a structure/con-
veyance. Bail was set at
$2,000.
*Zachary Michael Mytnik,
34, of 109 San Remo Drive,
Edgewater, was arrested April


Thomas Michael Hanley

sell.
Hanleyis 5 feet 10 inches
and weights about 250
pounds and has brown
hair, brown eyes and a tat-
too on his neck. If you see
Hanley or know where he
is, don't attempt to appre-
hend him.
Anyone with informa-
tion regarding Hanley's
whereabouts is asked to
call Crime Stoppers toll-
free at (888) 277-TIPS. You
can also text your tip by
texting "TIP231 plus your
message" to CRIMES. Any-
one who provides infor-
mation to Crime Stoppers
will remain anonymous
and can qualify for a
reward of up to $1,000.


22 on charges of burglary of a
structure. Bail was set at
$3,500.
*Torrance Pemell Hunter,
24, of 1717 Mason Ave., No.
1216, Daytona Beach, was
arrested April 22 on charges of
possession of cocaine. Bail
was set at $1,500.
*Lisa L. Southam, 47, of
1522 Elgin St., Daytona Beach,
was arrested April 23 on
charges Eft possession :of
cocaine. Bail was set at $2,000.



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Call the Hometown Rants & Raves line at

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Callers are asked to refrain from making slanderous
statements. Statements offact will be checked for
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Smaller businesses also need coverage

I am concerned about the news coverage of Publix clos-
Sing.
It seems that the only restaurant that gets any coverage
is the one that has been there for so long.
Nothing is given to the bagel shop that is trying to sur-
vive. To give her some coverage would be great.



Ormond Beach is full of contradictions

The Ormond Beach City Commission cancelled the 2009
election to save $25,000, then voted to give $25,000 to a fed-
eral lobbyist.
Costly improvements to Rockefeller Gardens Park
required removing most of the trees in the park.
A decade ago, a move to weaken development rules pro-
tecting Ormond wetlands was a central election issue and
the subject of much public debate. Now the Commission
has weakened the rules with no public debate.
Additionally, the Development Review Board was elimi-
nated and large development projects can now be exempt
from public hearings.
The city spent tens of thousands of dollars to place sculp- *
tures in front of two fire stations, but now seeks to sell a fire
truck and eliminate seven firefighters.
Millions have been spent on landscaped medians, on
Ormond's main roads while a damaged beachfront hotel
continues to rot after five years. Eyesore properties in the
downtown remain in violation of city codes.
The onlyVolusia city without beachfront parking will now
get a parking lot on the west side of Atlantic Avenue with no
traffic light to assist beachgoers across a busy four lane
highway.



Concerning dogs on the beach

If dogs are allowed on the beach in Ormond-by-the-
Sea, so should weapons be allowed on the beach.
'On the street you can protect yourself from an attack-
ing dog, on the beach you can't.



Towing cars is a racket

It is no wonder that tourists are not coming to Daytona
Beach. We had a friend visiting. They borrowed our car,
and it was towed from a vacant lot.


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Photo courtesy of Nancy Keck
Fifty students of OsceolaElementary School were honored for their hard work selling flower bulbs to raise money for
the school's annual carnival. The students raised over $1,000 going door-to-door to help the school.


Granted, there were signs posted at the lot. (It was posted
at the other end of the lot, on a light post about 12-feet up.)
The signswere not easily visible in the dark. It was towed
within minutes. They had to pay $160 to get it back.
If we hadn't been available, I don't know how they would
of gotten it. The business only accepted cash, and they did-
n't have that much. Plus, they didn't have any transporta-
tion to get there.
The business is only open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. If they
had waited until morning, it would have cost extra. What a
racket.


Beach tolls and dog ban should continue

We really need to continue with this. I don't think peo-
ple remember when we didn't have beach tolls. You
could drive free. However, it needs to be checked out
how many people were run over before the tolls started.
There was traffic congestion when we didn't have tolls.
It is for their safety.
As for the ban of dogs on the beach, it is nice to go to
the beach now and not worry about what I am spreading
my blanket on.
I think we need to keep the ban of dogs on the beach.



Who is accountable for spending?

Citizens of Daytona Beach, if asked, would you rather
have a new park with boat docks on the Halifax River
costing $2.7 million, or city services such a public health
and safety, fire and police protection and other essential
city services? Which would you choose?
As many Daytona citizens are aware, there are employ-
ees of the city losing their jobs because of lack of city
funds available to keep these positions filled.
That is the reason behind the layoffs and terminations
happening to the City services. Commissioner Sheila
McKay-Vaughn, quotes in the Daytona Beach New-Jour-
nal's article that "the park would be a good kick-start and
improve property values."
This article goes on to say that funds are also available
for capital improvements projects such as sidewalks,
driveway, curbing, signs and landscaping. Yet the city
employees being laid off and terminated are told there
are not funds available to keep these city services fully
staffed.
My question is who will really benefit from these capi-
tal improvements? Citizens of Daytona, wake up. Where
is the accountability for how your tax dollars are being
spent, and who is in really in control of city hall and the
spending of city funds?


System could help juveniles


iduates The judicial system is too easy on juvenile defendants.
They go out car jacking, robbing, hurting other people,
as $99. and our system puts them back on the street to commit
more crimes, maybe even murder.
If they don't get their way with their parents, they call
6 For the Department of Children and Families, -holler child
abuse, and the parents are investigated. Someone I
know was slapped by her son. She called police, they
arrested him.
Later that night, they were called by the juvenile
detention center and told to go pick up the child. The
parents told them they couldn't pick him up that night,
VS but could do it the next morning. Juvenile detention
told the parents that, if they didn't pick him up that
C., night, they would be charged with abandonment.
I'm a 55-year-old man. Back in my day, there was no
DCF that I knew of.
a .-.-. We had truant officers. I had to drop out of school at
IFPf seventh grade to help my mother support my two
c Arist younger brothers.
cArtist I lived and worked in a gas station for a few months
oclassied and was picked up by the truant officer. I was put in the
edonsu nt juvenile detention center and went to court. The judge
edConsultant gave me two years, for not going to school.
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tion Manager These kids are getting by with a lot worse crimes than
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Voter back on the streets to commit more severe crimes. This
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Space program should be privatized

I would like to see the space program in Cape Canaver-


al turned over to private enterprise, someone like Gener-
al Electric.
They get a lot of money and handle it. We the people
cannot afford to pay all these multi-billions of dollars so
people can fly back to the moon. They are talking about
going to Mars. That's going to cost billions.
There are people out of work. People are losing their
jobs. Corporations are closing down. Unemployment is
rising. We're in trouble. We're broke. They don't have any
money. Please turn it over to private enterprise. Let them
handle it.

In response to
'Vehicle inspections could raise money'

I am very pleased that Tallahassee did not pass legisla-
tion furthering government's interfering in our lives.
We don't need that. We don't need vehicle inspections
here. That's just one more way to regulate our lives.
That's not government function.
We need to keep government out of our lives. They are
already intruding too much.
Taking DNA for identification

In the Daytona Beach News-Journal, there was an arti-
cle about taking DNA when arrested.
What's the difference between taking fingerprints or
DNA?
Both are for identification.
When you charge something they want two forms of
identification. So, why not have two ID's for arrests?

Advertisements on TV misleading

They advertise a car on TV for $16,999, but then there
are all these extra add ons. I don't think that is truth in
advertising.

License plates are too religious

We learned that Florida is planning on two new license
plates, one depicting God and another depicting a cross.
We can see a lot of discrimination and lawsuits over
these religious plates being issued.
We already have license plates with religious leanings
that should be removed from circulation.
Appears discrimination rears its 'ugly head and law-
suits on the horizon.
Florida better practice separation of church and state
on issuing of license
,plates or get into a lot of trouble.



Marriage should be between a man
and a woman

Marriage between a man and woman conforms to the
goal of living species perpetuation.
The existence of the family increases success of the
perpetuation by the usual method of raising children for
life as an adult.
In every state that has voted on the definition of mar-
riage as being between man and woman, the measure
has passed.
In the four states where gay marriage is allowed, the
legislature was the one that approved it.
It seems the will of the people was not tested by those
four legislatures.
In the hierarchy of existence, the species is higher than
its members. Gay people have no claim to the title of
marriage because they do not perpetuate the species nor
meet the thousands of years of traditional requirement
for marriage.


What does consumer act do?

After reading the Consumer Choice and Protection Act
I, could not find anything about consumer choice or
consumer protection. So. I would like to challenge Sen.
Evelyn Lynn {R} who is a co-sponsor of the bill to explain
how this bill does anything for the consumer! Your future
votes might ride on your answer.
Where is our Gov. Charlie Crist on this issue? I'm wait-
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, a volunteer for the
SA Ormond Beach Histori-
Scal Society, gives a
guided history tour to
J students of Ormond
Beach Elementary
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a s l r S - Fortunato Park. The
students read Ms.
Tomblin's book, 'The
Mystery at Hotel
Ormond' and took a
walk through some of
Ormond Beach's
significant landmarks.



Randy Barber
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image blown up and fea-
tured on a glossy poster.
Easter Seals Volusia-Fla-
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annual 1.5-mile Walk With
Me event on Thursday, May
14, at Daytona International
Speedway,. beginning at 6
p.m., to help raise funds for
programs that serve clients
like Amelia.
The walk is Easter Seals'
nationwide event, one of
many designed to raise
awareness and funds for
programs to serve people
with ) disabilities. What
makes Walk With Me unique
is participants of all ages
walk with localEaster Seals


clients, who are designated
ambassadors and team lead-
ers for this fun, outdoor,
family-oriented event.
During last year's Walk
With Me, Amelia's excite-
ment could not be con-
tained.
"There are so many things
for her and her friends to
do," Ms. Walker said.
Last spring, Amelia partic-
ipated in the Walk With Me
event as a member of the
Easter Seals Charter School
team. This year, she'll lead
her own team in Daytona
Beach as an ambassador.
Easter Seals staff works with
families throughout the year
to choose their ambassa-
dors. Those who are chosen
are treated like celebrities
the day of the event, and
everyone in their group
receives a photo nametag
before the walk begins.
Leading the way for others
is nothing new for Amelia
and her mother. Together
widi some of their friends,
they have beer participating
in Walk With Me for years,


helping raise, funds for East-
er Seals to provide the
newest and best early inter-
vention strategies for its
clients.
"We enjoy it so much and
we've done so well, we're
doing Daytona Beach and
Flagler this year," Ms. Walker
said.
Amelia and her mother
were among the first to take
advantage of Easter Seals'
Autism Center of Excellence.
They work together in thera-
py programs and are learn-
ing sign language to com-
municate more'easily. "She's
picked it up very quickly,
and it gives her something to
do with her hands," Ms.
Walker said.
'Autism is a lifelong dis-
ability that affects a person's
brain functions, resulting in
impaired communication
and social skills, as well as
challenging behaviors.
Amelia and Sarah partici-
pate in Easter Seals' P.L.A.Y.
therapy, a home-based pro-
gram of therapy for children
with autism, and she's in her


second year of SCERTS -
Social, Communication,
Emotional Regulation and
Transaction Supports a
program that coordinates
therapists, teachers, and
parents with. the help of
Volusia County Schools.
This year's Grand Marshal
is John Graham of Floridian
SBank. Local sponsors
include Brown & Brown
Insurance, Daytona Interna-
tional Speedway, Bright-
House Networks, Cobb Cole,
Elite Hospitality, Radiology
Associates and United States
Tennis Association (USTA).
Last year, more than
$90,000 was raised through
the Walk With Me events in
Daytona Beach, DeLand and
Flagler: This year, Easter
Seals hopes to raise
$105,000.
Individuals and teams can
register for Walk With Me
online at www.walk-
withme.org or by calling 386-
255-4568. To sponsor a
walker or make a donation,
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From page Al
three young children were
hurt in the collision, but
fortunately the injuries were
not serious. Sources told
WESH 2 the trooper had seedr
the suspect driving in the
wrong lane on LPGA near U.S.
Highway 92 in Daytona
Beach. When the trooper put
his lights on to stop the driver,


the suspect took off and the
trooper followed. Witnesses
said the suspect was going 80
to 90 mph as he came along
LPGA near Jimmy Ann Drive.
Those witnesses said the
suspect went around east-
bound traffic and that when
the trooper followed, the
trooper spun out, careened
across the road and slammed
into a woman driving her
children in the westbound
lane. The patrol car hit the
motorist, then a tree and


rolled before coming to a stop
in a grassy field. Bystanders
ran to help the mother and
her children, along with the
trooper. Meanwhile the
suspect driver kept going and
according to authorities
caused another minor
accident at the intersection of
Nova Road and LPGA, and an
accident on Alabama and
Valencia before bailing from
the car and running. Investi-
gators have identified the
suspect and say it's just a


matter of time before they
find him. Meanwhile, the
trooper's actions and
responses are also under
scrutiny by FHP
Four arrested for
beating a local man
Police in Daytona Beach
Shores say four people who
beat and robbed a local man
are in custody in Lakeland.


Lakeland police arrested
Darrius Hayes, 21, Jamel
Stewart, 19, and Steven
Michell, 21, along with a
juvenile on other charges.
The suspects confessed to
the Daytona Beach Shores
attack. Patrick Kubik, 27,
had a black eye, bruises on
the back of his head and a
leg injury after he was
apparently followed from a
Pizza Hut restaurant on


South Atlantic Avenue,
where he had been applying
for a job. The suspects were
actually seen on surveil-
lance tape, watching Kubik
when he accidentally pulled
out several hundred dollars
from his pocket. The
suspects followed Kubik,
according to investigators
then beat him on the street
and stole the cash and his
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comfortable. And the kids
love it when the police offi-
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them feel important to have
this personal interaction
with the officers."
R.EA.D. is open to second,
third and fourth graders who
are recommended by teach-


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once per week.
Lisa Messersmith, com-
munity program coordinator
for PAL, said the program
gets kids reading and talk-
ing.
"We're working with kids
who are very bright and are
having trouble with one par-
ticular skill," she said. "They
read every week and it's a fun
way to learn because they are
talking about the story with
their peers."


Ormond Beach Elemen-
tary School Principal Marie
Stratton said she sees a dif-
ference in the kids who
attend the PAL program.
"(It) truly builds self-
esteem," Ms. Stratton said.
"They are so proud when
their books are displayed at
City Hall."
Ms. Stratton said children
are much more willing to
participate in class after tak-
ing part in R.EA.D. and it


shows in FCAT results.
Ninety percent of the stu-
dents in the R.E.A.D. pro-
gram achieved a learning
gain in reading, when com-
paring results of testing
before and after the pro-
gram, she said.
In the FCAT writing test,
which is only given to fourth
graders, eighty-four percent
of the students participating
in R.E.A.D. earned 3.5, which
is considered "higher stan-


dards."
The R.E.A.D. program is
unique to the Ormond Beach
PAL and was created by the
local staff working closely
with the school. "We saw a
need in the community and
created a program to address
that need," said Ms. Messer-
smith. "Many of our youth
read below standards. We
wanted a program that
increased self-confidence
while also improving test


scores. This program does
that in a unique way."
Jay Cuddy, division chief in
the Ormond Beach Police
Department who oversees
PAL, said the local organiza-
tion differs from other PAL
organizations. "Most empha-
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Ormond Beach organization
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event if free, but donations
will be accepted.
The first 75 women to
attend will receive a free red
rose.
The event is presented by
the Volusia County Alumnae
Chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota,
international music fraternity.
VCAC's goals are to provide
scholarships to students in
elementary school through
college to further their musi-
cal experiences and to aid the
music programs in theVolusia
and Flagler County public
schools.


Sunday, May 3, at the Tem-
ple, one block south of the
Orange Avenue Bridge on
Peninsula Avenue.
The event will feature a
duck race on the Halifax
River, food booths, enter-
tainment and children's
rides.
Each duck costs $5. The
race will begin at 3:30 p.m.
The prize for the fastest
duck is $5,000. Additional
prizes will also be given.
Ducks can be purchased
in advance or at the race.
There is no admission
fee.
. For more. information,
call (386) 252-3097.


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Temple Israel will hold its
annual duck race at noon,


The Cultural Council oi
Volusia County will meet
at 9 a.m., Friday, May 8, in


the Ocean Center's Clyde
Mann Room, 101 N.
Atlantic Ave., Daytona
Beach.
Updates on current pub-
lic art projects will be pro-
vided and the council will
discuss the upcoming
community cultural grant
review. After the meeting,
staff will conduct a tour of
the artwork installed
recently as part of the
Ocean Center's Art in Pub-
lic Places program.
The public may attend.
The Cultural Council
advises the Volusia County
Council on matters relat-
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the state-designated local
arts agency for the county.
For more .information,
call (386) 736-5963, Ext.
5872, or e-mail mfinch-
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division of the United Way of
Volusia-Flagler Counties,
announced Bert Reames of
Ormond Beach has been
selected to receive the 2009
Herbert M. Davidson Award
for Outstanding Community
Service.
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'held from 6 to 9 p.m., Thurs-
day, May 7, at the Ocean
Center in Daytona Beach.
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Police looking at
juvenile crime
offenders
A recent crime spree in
Daytona Beach and several
other cities has police talk-
ing tough about crime, par-
ticularly juvenile crime.
Chief Mike Chitwood said
the majority of their prob-


lems are with male suspects
between 13 and 23 years of
age. Police arrested Lascelles
Francis, 18, for allegedly
using a saw-offed shotgun to
carjack a man at the Volusia
Mall. Authorities shut down
12 blocks near Ridgewood
Boulevard, after Francis
dumped the stolen car
behind an apartment com-
plex, but investigators said
Francis slipped away. He
allegedly stole the car from
the mall, then, along with
others, used the Cadillac
over several days, but their
was a lesson in all of this
after the suspects became
involved in a hit- and-run
accident along Mason
Avenue. The woman they hit
is a former teacher who rec-
ognized Francis as a former
student. With that informa-


tion, police created a photo
lineup and the carjacking
victim identified Francis
who was arrested at an area
home. Police are still search-
ing for a young armed sus-
pect who robbed a game
business along International
Speedway Boulevard, and
they say they are looking for
others who with Reginald
Slappy, 23, allegedly robbed
and shot a man who was
having car trouble on Ora
Street. Police say the victim,
a man from France, had only
been in town two days.
Police said many of their
juvenile crime suspects have
significant criminal histo-
ries, but Chief Chitwood
says too often, the juvenile
justice system turns them
back on the streets for lack of
room in detention centers or


laws with loopholes that go
easy onyoung offenders.
Victim's car found
Police recovered a car
stolen in a recent carjacking
in Ormond Beach but the
suspect is still on the run.
Bob Arnold had just pulled
into his driveway when a
man held a gun on him and
stole his brand new Toyota
Camry. The suspect took off
in the stolen car, fired at
another motorist and ran
over a woman's foot making,
his getaway. The car was
found dumped in Daytona
Beach and was being
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Eight-year-old second-grader Cameron Utter picks a
healthy shack from a vending machine in the cafeteria at
Warner Christian Academy in South Daytona recently.


Healthy
From page Al
three Curves for Woman fran-
chises, Ms. Peters said she was
searching for another
"healthy lifestyle" business
after she sold the woman's-
only health clubs several
years ago.
'A lot of people want better
choices, they just don't have it
available to them," she said.
"If you put healthier options
in front of them, people might
make better choices."
Although the partners are
targeting businesses as well,
the rise in childhood obesity
is prompting a focus on
schools, where they believe
the machines can help make
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"Kids are going to snack,"
Ms. Peters said. "The chal-
lenge is to convince the
schools to put in a healthy
option."
Local schools that have
installed vending machines
include Warner Christian,
Calvary Christian Academy
and Palmer College of Chiro-
practic.
Jill Taufer, registered dieti-
cian with the University of
Florida Extension, cautioned
that, natural and organic
doesn't necessarily mean
sugar and fat free.
She encourages children to
consume more fresh fruit,
vegetables, yogurt and water.
Snack foods, such as those
found in vending machines,
should make up no more
than 20 percent of a child's
diet, she said.
Although Ms. Taufer said
she understands why people
would rather consume organ-
ic foods to avoid pesticides,
the sugar content remains the
same no .matter how it's
grown.
"It's what we call a some-
times treat," she sdid.
Parents should check food
labels to ensure that calories


in a child's snack are no more
than 150 to 200 calories per
serving, she said, and the fat
content should be represent
no more than five percent of
the daily allowance.
Ms. Taufer noted that most
organic foods tend to cost
more, something that Ms.
Peters acknowledged.
While the average vending
machine item price is 75
cents, Ms. Peters said, the
average natural food selection
she stocks is closer to $1.50
because of the higher price of
organic products.
Michelle Utter, secretary to
the headmaster at Warner
Christian Academy, said the
higher prices are worth it to
her.
With one child allergic to
food dyes, she's thrilled to
have natural food choice
options.
"I would rather pay a little
bit more and know exactly
what is going in my. kid's
body," Ms. Utter said, "than I
would buying something that
has a year's shelf life with all
the preservatives."
The criteria Ms. Peters uses
in selecting snacks is that it
contain no preservatives, arti-
ficial colors or flavors, high
fructose sugar or trans fat, she
said.
Some of the brands, such as
Pirates Booty, Kettle Chips,
Stacys, Luna Bars and Tazo
can be found in many grocery
stores; others are not as readi-
ly available.
The Peters started their
venture last September and
anticipate turning a profit in
two years.
"We are really not making
mbneyyet," Ms. Peters said.
"We are reinvesting back
into the business."
Meanwhile Warner Christ-
ian fifth-grader, .Madison
Wydorny seems to be follow-
ing Ms. Taufer's advice by
packing a salad for lunch in
lieu of pizza.
"They're good, and good for
you," she said of her choice.


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FRIDAY, MAY 1
*"The Music Man": Silver
Sands Middle School will per-
form "The Music Man" at 7 p.m.
on Friday and Saturday in the
Silver Sands auditorium, 1300
Herbert St, Port Orange. Tickets
for the performances are $10 for
general admission, $5 for stu-
dents and senior citizens, and
children under the age of five
are free. Tickets can be pur-
chased at the door the night of
the performance or reserved at
the box office by calling at (386)
322-6175, Ext 36466. For more
information, call (386) 322-
6175.
*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 organiza-
tions and businesses, visit the
Web site at www.firstfridayeast-
granada.com.
*"Wizard of Oz": The Chil-
dren's Academy of Fine Arts will
perform the "Wizard of Oz" at 7
p.m., Friday and at 2 p.m. and
7:30 p.m. Saturday, at Covenant
United Methodist Church, 3701
S. Clyde Morris Blvd., Port
Orange. Admission price is $5.
For ticket information, call (386)
589-1208. Credit cards will not
be accepted.
*Spring Dance: This event will
be held from 2-4 p.m., Friday, at
the City Island Recreation Cen-
ter, 108 E. Orange Ave., Daytona
Beach. Talk of the Town and
Dream will perform. The $3
admission indudes refresh-
ments and a dance lesson that
begins at 1 p.m.
SATURDAY, MAY 2
Art in the Park: The Ormond
Beach Memorial Art Museum
and City of Ormond Beach
Leisure Services Department
will present the 37th annual Art
In The.Park from 10 a.m. to 4
p.m., Saturday and Sunday at
Fortunate Park, 1 John Ander-
son Drive, Ormond Beach.
There will be more than 80
artists, crafters and exhibitors,
entertainment, a new young
artist activity area and a variety
of food vendors. At the commu-
nity-focused festival, visitors can
shop, stroll and dine each day..
This is a juried show with the
top award for "Best in Show" at
$1,400. Six other awards will be
given. Admission and parking
are both free. Some parking,
induding handicap, is available
at Fortunato Park Additional
parking will be available at The
Casements at 25 Riverside
Drive. For any other information,
See OUT, B2


Restaurant invokes

spirit of Octoberfest


all year round
By Jeanne Willard Bavarian Festhaus in
Willard@hometownnewsol.com December.
Featuring authentic
DAYTONA BEACH German and Bavarian
Bavarian Festhaus, with food, the restaurant also
servers wearing tradition- offers cuisine from
al German garb, is remi- around the world as well
niscent of a quaint village as traditional American
with a lively beer hall. fare.
A wall-size mural, On a recent evening, my
depicting the medieval husband and I selected
Bavarian town of Rothen- the Pork Loin Schnitzel.
burg, is surrounded by We ordered the
tables to evoke a feeling of Schnitzel prepared Gypsy
dining in the picturesque style, with peppers,
town square. onions and hot paprika
The mural is realistic and Hunter's style with
enough that a customer sauteed mushrooms.
brought in a photo of him- We shared side orders of
self standing in front of sauerkraut, noodles, red
the easily recognizable cabbage and German
spot, said owner Bernhard potato salad to best sam-
Hafner, who hails from ple a variety of German
Coburg, Germany. fare.
Mr. Hafner, who has The restaurant features
owned a restaurant, in five German Beers on tap.
Germany opened the On the advice of Mr.


STAR SCOPES
James Tucker
Week of 5-1-2009


Photo courtesy of Gregg Willard
Marley and Michelle, servers at the Bavarian Festhaus,
wear colorful German garb as they work behind the
full-service bar at the restaurant located at 1551 S.
Nova Road in Daytona Beach.


Hafner we chose the Hof-
brauhaus, imported from
Munich's oldest brewery,
which was flavorful and
smooth.
The Schnitzel is a tender
pork loin cutlet lightly
breaded and fried, then
topped with a choice of
sauces.
Both were delicious,
however my favorite was
the Gypsy style, with the
zesty red sauce.
My husband enjoyed
both, especially paired
with the noodles and


sauerkraut.
The red cabbage was
crunchy with a hint of
apple and the traditional
German potato salad,
made with bacon, was
served warm.
We also sampled the
roulade, a beef roll with
onions, pickles and mus-
tard, which may sound
like an odd combination,
but it was a hit with my
husband.
The food is hearty and
See SPIRIT, B8


Festival winds up; more unique performances


By Sandra Frderick
For Hometown News
After nearly three weeks,
the Festival is starting to
wind down. Here is the list-
ing of the performances for
this week.


May 1
Classical IV: 8 p.m.,
Peabody Auditorium, Day-
tona Beach, $72, $52, $44,
$30
In his DBIF debut, Kristjan
Jarvi will conduct the LSO in
a Latin American themed
performance. Hailed by the


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*Angell & Phelps Caf6:
Fiasco Acoustic Guitars duo
will perform rock and pop hits
from 7.30-10:30 p.m. Friday.
Lea MacQuarrie Quartet will.
perform classic jazz from7:30-
10:30 p.m., Saturday. There is
no cover for these shows.
Angell & Phelps is located.at
156 S. Beach St For more
information, call (386) 257-
2677.
*Bank & Blues Club: Day-
tona Blues Society "True


NewYorkTimes as "a kinetic-
force on the podium,"
Estonian-bom Kristjan Jarvi
is Chief Conductor and
Musical Director of the
Tonkunstler Orchestra in
Vienna, and NewYork's illus-
trious Absolute Ensemble.
Jarvi will be joined by soloist
Carel Kraayenhof, Bando-
neonist the signature
instrument of Tango. As a
tribute to classical -Latin
American music, the May 1
program will include Dances
from Estancia Ballet by
Alberto Ginastera,
Aconcagua by
Astor Piazzolla, and La
Noche de los Mayas by Sil-
vestre Revueltas. Apassion
filled collection of master-
works by Latin America's
biggest names.in music.
Joining Jarvi and the LSO
for the Aconcagua piece,
Bandoneonist Carel
Kraayenhof will perform.
Kraayenhof is world-


renowned master of
tango,who, in 2005, received
a high cultural distinction
from the Argentinean gov-
ernment for his efforts as a
worldwide ambassador of
Argentine tango.
He was personally invited
to work with Astor Piazzolla,


the father ofTango Nuevo, in
1987.
Bluegrass Festival: 7 p.m.,
Bruce Rossmeyer's Destina-
tion Daytona, Ormond
Beach,
For one unforgettable
evening, the sounds of rum-
bling Harley Davidson
engines will be muted by


some heart thumping at
Bruce Rossmeyer's Destina-
tion Daytona. Bluegrass
greats the Lovell Sisters,
Ralph Stanley and Cherry-
holmes will take the stage for
a concert event that will
keep the audience on their
feet. A new type of special
event for the 2009 Festival,
the Bluegrass Bash is at the
heart of the Festival's expan-
sion and accessibility efforts.


May 1 and May 2
Chuchito Valdes and His
Afro Cuban Trio: 10 p.m.,


See FESTIVAL, B4


Scene


Blues" Live Jam open jam ses-
sion is held from 8 p.m.-1
a.m. each Wednesday at 701
Main St., Daytona Beach. This
nonprofit group is dedicated
to preserving and spreading
the love of blues music. For
more information and a full
events schedule, visit the Web
site at www.DaytonaBluesSo-
ciety.org.
*Cuvee Oceanside Wine &
Tapas: "Wine Down Wednes-
day" is held each week, fea-


turning live music. Bermuda
High performs from 7-10 p.m.
each Thursday. John Macker
takes requests from 10 p.m.
to midnight, Friday, with a
late-night happy hour. Break-
ing Bread performs from 7-10
p.m., Saturday. Cuvee Ocean-
side is located at 188 E.
Granada Blvd., Ormond
Beach. For more information,
call (386) 615-4727 or visit
the Web site at www.cuveeo-
ceanside.com.


*Daily Grind Coffee House
& Cafe': Paul Sowers, pop
and contemporary key-
boardist will perform.Friday,
May 1, Each Wednesday is
Open Mic with Graham
Woodard. Just Us Two duo
variety will perform Friday,
May 8, at 1500 Beville Road,
Daytona Beach. For more
information, call (386) 238-
1044.
See SCENE, B3


Aries-March 21-April 19
Pay a lot of attention to
details right now. Its better
to be over-prepared than
under. This starts with creat-
ing hew causes and then
acting on them to bring
them to life. The odds of
success are in your favor
when you follow through
on the action. The universe
wants you to succeed. You
will be amazed at the
results.

Taurus-April 20-May 20
When a strong first impres-
sion rises from your soul,
raise it up, write it down,
take action and see positive
results happen. Few things
can hold you back when
you listen to and trust this
divine inner guidance. You
were born to carry out the
plans that come from the
instincts, up through the
heart and then acted on.

Gemini-May 21-June 21
Have a kind word for and
do something nice for
someone every day. The joy
you give comes back multi-
plied, you know. When you
are psyched up and feeling
good, life flows easier
because of your strong
human values. Forgive oth-
ers when needed. These are
divine human virtues and
part'of your heritage when
you usetthem.

Cancer-June 22-July 22
You deserve the best in life
because you give the best.
Your good heartedness is
the talk of the zodiac. If it
isn't fair for everyone,.you
don't want to be involved.
This is your greatest bless-
ing. Others are love of fami-
ly, loyalty and compassion.
Your deep insights into
truth are treasures that con-
tinue to amaze all your
friends. Thanks for the
inspiration.

Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
You reflect all the good stuff
in life. You live by truth. Best
of all is that you have the
courage to stand up for
your convictions. You refuse
to let worry, fear or frustra-
tion run your life. You live
close to the source. You live
a higher form of life. You
make wise choices. The list
is endless. Yours is a mas-

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*Fun & Fit Bash: This free


event will be held from 10 a.m-
4 p.m. Saturday, May 2, at 333
W. Granada Blvd., Ormond
Beach. There will be free food,
games, martial arts, fitness
classes, an obstacle course and


dunk tank. The Florida's Blood
Center's big red bus will be at
the event People who donate
will receive a Fun & Fit Bash T-
shirt. A portion of the proceeds
will benefit the Volusia County
school parent teacher associa-
tion.
*Historical Bus Tour: The
Ormond Beach Historical Soci-
ety will host this tour at 9:45
a.m. Each two-hour tour intro-
duces more than 30 historical
buildings and sites. The climate-
controlled trolley makes stops
at the Fairchild Oak and the
Three Chimneys Sugar Mill
Ruins (ruins not otherwise open
to the public). The cost is $20
for adults, $18 for seniors (65
and older) and $7 for children
(5-12). Tours begin at The Case-
ments parking lot, 25 Riverside
Drive, Ormond Beach. Reserva-
tions are required; seating is
limited. To reserve seats, call
(386) 677-7005.
*Dinner/dance: The Son's of
American Legion post No. 270
will host a dinner and dance for
the Florida Special Olympics


from 6-10 p.m., Saturday, at 119
Howes St., Port Orange. A
baked ham dinner will be
served. Cost is $7 per person.
There will be door prizes, raffles
and a 50/50 drawing. For more
information, call (386) 788-
6800.

WEDNESDAY, MAY 6

*Fun walk: The Happy Wan-
derers free 5K Fun Walk, will be
held at 6 p.m., Wednesday, at
the Volusia Mall food court,
1700 International Speedway
Blvd. For more information, call
(386) 788-4026 or (386) 676-
9863 or visit the Web site
www.happywandersfl.org.
*Cinematique: The film
"Happy-Go-Lucky" will be
shown at noon, Wednesday,
and at 7 p.m., Thursday and Fri-
day, at the Bookstore, 410. S.
Nova Road,, Ormond Beach.
Golden globe Winner Sally
Hawkins stars as Poppy, a Lon-
don schoolteacher with an
indomitable spirit and persist-
ently cheerful outlook on life,


even when the bowl of cherries
winds up being full of pits.
Viewers may find themselves
holding their collective breath,
waiting for the inevitable shoe
to drop on Poppy's optimism.
For more information, call (386)
252-3778 or visit www.cinet-
matique.org.

THURSDAY, MAY 7

ONGOING EVENTS

*A Taste of Wines: Port Royal
Caribbean Restaurant will host
this event at 6:30 p.m. the sec-
ond Wednesday of each month
inside Pirates Cove Resort, 3501
S. Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach
Shores. During this semi-formal
gathering, four-course meals will
be served with wines that com-
plement each course. A wine
expert will teach facts about
each wine. Reservations are
required, and guests must be 21
years old. The cost is $30 per
person. Proceeds will benefit the
Children's Home Society. To
make reservations, call (386)
788-3922.
*Art Walk: This event is held
from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. the fourth
Saturday of each month along
Flagler Avenue in New Smyrna
Beach. A wide variety of artwork,
free children's activity, entertain-
ment and a special prize draw-
ing are presented by the Gallery
Group of Flagler Avenue. For
more information or to request
an artist's application, call (386)
428-1770 or visit the Web site at
www.flaglergallerygroup.com
*Bunko, Bridge and Poker:


New groups are starting at the
Port Orange Adults Center, 4790
Ridgewood Ave. Residents meet
at 4 p.m. each Friday to play
games. For more information,
call (386) 761-7633.
*The Casements Cultural
Center of Ormond Beach: Free
tours are provided at the home
of John D. Rockefeller from 10
a.m.-2:30 p.m., Monday-Friday,
and from 10-11:30 a.m., Satur-
day, at 25 Riverside Drive,
Ormond Beach. Large groups
should call for reservations at
(386) 676-3216.
*Cracker Creek's Pirate
Cruise: Featuring the Pirates of
Spruce Creek, cruises are held at
1 p.m. each Saturday and Sun-
day at 1795 Taylor Road, Port
Orange. Costumed pirates cre-
ate a live, interactive experience
as young buccaneers leam navi-
gation, pirate weaponry, knot-
ting or rope tying and pirate
lingo, all the while searching for
the lost treasure at Spruce
Creek. Pre-registration is
required by calling (386) 304-
0778. Also, the Snow White Cot-
tage, a near-replica as seen in
the 1937 Walt Disney animated
classic "Snow White and the
Seven Dwarfs," is located on the
Gamble property. Canoe and
kayak launch and rentals, guid-
ed eco-history Pontoon boat
tours and golf cart tours of the
conservation nature trails also
are available. For more informa-
tion, visit the Web site at
www.OldFloridaPioneer.com
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*The Flagler Tavern: Cinco
de Mayo party with the Salt
Water Gringos (formerly Soggy
Dollar Band) will be from 6-10
p.m., Tuesday, at the Flagler Tav-
ern, 414 Flagler Avenue, New
Smyrna Beach. For more infor-
mation, (386) 847-0548.
*Frappes North: Wine tast-
ings are held at 6 p.m. the first
Tuesday of each month. Reser-
vations 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 reser-
vations, call (386) 615-4888 or
visit the Web site at
www.frappesnorth.com.
*The Garlic: Blues and Jazz
musicians perform seven nights
a week. Mark "Muddy Harp"
Hodgson plays the blues 7-11
p.m., Friday and Saturday. He
will be joined by Ray Guiser
from 9-11 p.m., both nights.
Mr. Hodson will also perform
from 6-10 p.m., Sunday and
Thursday. Saxman Thom Cham-
bers hits the stage from 6-10
p.m., Monday and Tuesday. The
Garlic is located at 556 E. Third
Ave., New Smyrna Beach. For
more information, call (386)
424-6660.
*Inlet Harbor: The Columbus
Replica Ships, the Nina and
Pinta will be at the Inlet Harbor
Marina and open to the public
for tours from Friday-through
Sunday. Les B. Fine will perform
from 1-5 p.m., Friday.
Then2Now hits the stage at 6
p.m. Brad Yates and Soul
Surfers will perform from 1-5
p.m., Saturday. Then2Now hits
the stage at 6 p.m. Greg Cardio
and Mike Caso will perform
from 1-5 p.m., Sunday. Eddie
Uzzle and Steve Hageman will
perform at 6 p.m. Mr. Uzzle per-
forms from 1-5 p.m., Monday.
Rob Graham will perform at
5:30 p.m. Parallel will perform
at 1 p.m.,. Tuesday during the
Cinco De Harbor celebration.
Mr. Caso will perform from 1-
5 p.m., Wednesday. Kenny
Sphire will perform at 5:30
p.m. Steve Hageman will per-
form from 1-5 p.m., Thurs-
day. Mr. Graham hits the
stage at 5:30 p.m. Inlet Har-
bor is located at 133 Inlet
Harbor Road, Ponce Lnlet. For
more information, call (386)
767-5590.
*Java Jungle: Open Mic Night
is at 7 p.m. each Thursday.
Musicians, authors, singers,
poets and composers are wel-
come. Wes Malone and other
artists also perform from 7-10
p.m. Friday. Danny Charles on
guitar will perform Saturday
night Java Jungle is located at
4606 Clyde Morris Blvd., Unit
2P, Port Orange. For more infor-
mation, call (386) 760-2551.
*Julian's Landmark: Johnny
Lambrusco, singer/entertainer
will be performing a variety of
songs, from the 1940s, swing,
jazz and standards from7-10 on
Saturday at Julian's Landmark
88 S. Atlantic Ave., Ormond
Beach. For more information,
call (386) 677-6767 or visit
www.johnnylambrusco.comn.
*Norwood's Restaurant and
Wine Shop: Free wine tasting
are held from 5-7 p.m. each Fri-
day on the deck and Saturday
in the shop with complimenta-
ry cheeses. Norwood's is locat-
ed at 400 Second Ave., New
Smyrna Beach. For more infor-
mation, call (386) 428-4621.
*Ohana Luau Dinner Show:
This dinner show spectacular


noon each Thursday. One mini doughnuts will be served. Pro-
jackpot and door prizes will be ceeds got to chartists. For more
available. Free coffee and information, call (386) 672-


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and family-style feast, with a
6:30 p.m. seating, dinner
served at 7:15 p.m. and show
time at 7:30 p.m., is held Thurs-
day, Friday and Saturday, at the
Hawaiin Inn, 2301 S. Atlantic
Ave.,. Daytona Beach Shores.
Participants will learn tradition-
al dances with Polynesian
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 selec-
tion of up to 10 different wines.
Acoustic performances are pro-
vided by Rhonda Patrick. Free
salsa lessons are given at 8 p.m.
each Thursday, with open salsa
dancing held from 9 p.m.-1
a.m. For more information, call
(386) 423-2727 or visit the
Web site at
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May 1, Bank & Blues Club,
Daytona Beach, $28
Chuchito returns for
addition performances at
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Daytona Beach. In addi-
tional to his role as a band-
leader and artist, Mr.
Valdes also composes orig-
inal arrangements and
leads his Afro-Cuban
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Bridge Club: Duplicate Bridge
is played Monday through Sat-
urday at 600 Driftwood Ave.,
Daytona Beach. For the sched-
ule, call (386) 255-7744 or
visit the Web site at www.Day-.


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Classical V: 8 p.m.,
Peabody Auditorium, Day-
tona Beach, $72, $52, $44,
$30
Daniel Harding returns to
the podium to conduct the
final concert of the
LSO Classical Series, and
marks the conclusion of the
2009 Daytona Beach
. International Festival.
The Festival finale will fea-
ture a program that
includes Igor Stravinsky's
Firebird Suite and Carl
Orff's blockbuster
oratorio Carmina Burana.
During Carmina Burana,
the orchestra will be joined
by the Winter Park Bach


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news with Amy Goodman will
be presented at 10:30 a.m.
each Thursday at Unitarian
Universalist Society, 56 N. Hali-
fax, Ormond Beach. News and
analysis will be covered. Cof-
fee and donuts will be served.
The public may attend.
*Edgewater Fire-Rescue


Festival Choir, directed by
John
Sinclair, DMA. The Bach
Festival Choir joined the
LSO in 2007 for a breathtak-
ing performance, described
by the Orlando Sentinel as a


Bingo: Games begin at 6:30
p.m. each Tuesday at the Fire-
Rescue Association Fire Hall,
2616 Hibiscus Drive. Two
games have $100 jackpots.
The facility is non-smoking.
snacks and soft drinks are
available for purchase. All pro-
ceeds benefit the Fire-Rescue
Association's various causes.
For more information, call
(386) 424-2445.
*Marine Discovery Center:
Mosquito Lagoon eco-tours
and kayak tours and rentals
are available daily from the
Marine Discovery Center, 116
N. Causeway, New Smyrna
Beach. For times, call (386)
428-4828.
*Peninsula Woman's Club:
A luncheon followed by bridge
or canasta will be held from 11
a.m. to 3 p.m., Thursdays, at
415 S; Peninsula, Daytona
Beach. The cost is $10. For
more information, call (386)
760-0487


"first-rate performance."
Joining the LSO and Bach
Festival Choir is the Winter
Park Bach Festival Youth
Choir, featuring children
between the ages of 9 and
15


*Sica Hall Senior Center:
Nickel and dime poker is
played at noon each Thursday.
Donations are all that is asked
to play. Several different
games are played, and rules
are posted. Line dancing takes
place at 2 p.m. each Thursday
and costs $4 for members.
Also, from 2-4 p.m. each Tues-
day, a live band plays music
from the 1940s and up to
dance to. Refreshments are
served. Singles or couples may
attend. The cost is $4.50 for
nonmembers and $3.50 for
members. Bingo is held at 1
p.m. each Monday and
Wednesday. Drawings, prizes
and free refreshments are
available. The cost is $1 for
members and $2 for nonmem-
bers. The Sica Hall Senior Cen-
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Hello smart shoppers.
Check out my
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This column will have.you
preparing some of the fastest
and easiest dinners when
there's no time to cook.
Last week, I gave you the
recipe for marinara sauce. If
you didn't get the paper, go
to my site and follow
instructions.
Let's add mussels, crabs or
clams. Imagine making
these sauces many times in
less time than it takes to
cook the pasta.
Remember, when you use
shellfish, make less pasta
since everyone will be eating
the fish and licking their
fingers.
Enjoy. See you next week.
MUSSELS MARINARA
serves 4
Even though you pre-cook
the mussels, theywill emit
juices. Therefore, the sauce
must be quite thick.
1 large 28-ounce can
tomato puree
1 large 28-ounce can
chopped tomatoes
1 small can tomato paste
4 large cloves garlic
(chopped)
1/3-cup extra virgin olive
oil


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Production features
cast of hundreds'

Riverbend Community
Church will hold the 20th
annual Ormond Passion
Play at 7 p.m.., Friday and
Saturday, May 1,and 2, at
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There will be a 3 p.m. and
7 p.m. performance on
Sunday, May 3.
The two-hour free pro-
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and crew of 250 people.
"The Promise" focuses on
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Sunrise service
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1 teaspoon oregano
5 large fresh basil leaves,
torn
Several sprigs fresh Italian
parsley (chopped) or 2
teaspoons, dried
Salt, pepper and crushed
red pepper
4 pounds fresh mussels
1/2-pound linguini or
spaghetti
Remove mussels from bag
immediately or they will
suffocate. Refrigerate,
uncovered.
To clean, place in cold,
salted water. Today's mussels
are farm raised and quite
clean.
Remove the beard (long
fuzzy thing), ifany, by
grabbing it between a paring
knife and your thumb and
pulling. If a mussel is open,
even in cold water, it's
probably dead. Toss it.
To prevent a watery sauce,


steam mussels quickly in 1 /2-
cup of water and drain,
reserving juice.
In large pot, saut6 half the
garlic in the oil. Add all
ingredients except remaining
garlic, parsley and pasta.
Simmer for 20 minutes, then
add the remaining garlic and
parsley. Cook five minutes.
Add the mussels, turning to
coat them with sauce.
Cook about 10 minutes
until heated through. If you
like a stronger garlic flavor,
add a teaspoon or two of
chopped garlic in the jar. Thin
the sauce if necessary with
reserved juice.
CRABS MARINARA
(NIB)
You must remove the outer
shell and the "dead man."
Plunge crabs into boiling
water for a few minutes until
dead, or place them in the
freezer the cold will put
them to sleep before they
expire. Now place them in
water and grab-the little
"handle" on the bottom of
the shell. The shell will come
off easily.
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the body, so I wash it away,
Sbut you can leave it if you
choose. The "dead man" are
long stringy pieces laying
over the body of the crab.
,They are not edible and
should be removed.
Follow the sauce recipe for
mussels marinara, but do not
pre-cook the crabs. Allow
two crabs per person. Add
them to prepared sauce;
cook about 15 minutes.
If the sauce is too thick,
add some water or bottled
clam juice.
There is some meat in the
body and claws and the legs
are delicious. Lightly bite as
you work your way down the
leg, sucking out all those
delectable little morsels.
RED CLAM SAUCE
Follow sauce recipe for
mussels, omitting the
tomato paste.
You'll need two cans baby
clams. I prefer baby clams
to chopped or minced; they
never get tough or chewy.
Prepare sauce, adding the
juice of the clams. Cook as
explained. If the sauce is
too thick, add bottled clam
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MUSSELS IN WHITE
WINE (NIB)
serves 4-6
3 pounds mussels
1/4-cup extra virgin olive
oil
3 large cloves garlic,
peeled
Several sprigs fresh Italian
parsley, chopped, or 1
teaspoon, dried
1/2-cup dry white wine
chabliss or Chardonnay)
Black pepper
Water, 1/4-cup or more
Sliced Italian bread,
toasted
1 large garlic clove, peeled
and split
Clean mussels as explained
in the marinara sauce recipe;
do not pre-cook them.
Chop half of the 3 garlic
cloves. Using a pot large
enough to accommodate the
mussels, saute garlic in oil,
until golden. Add the
mussels; cook a few minutes
until they start to open. Add
the pepper, wine and water,
cover and continue cooking
for about 5 minutes after
mussels come to a boil,
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remaining garlic with the
parsley, add to pot.* Cook,
covered, for 10 minutes,
turingoccasionally.
In deep soup bowls, place a
slice of toasted Italian bread,
rubbed on top with the raw
garlic clove. Spoon on the
mussels, add broth and bow
to the applause.
*Note: Shorter cooking of
garlic gives a stronger flavor.
When a recipe is not in my
cookbook it will have (NIB)
next to the title.
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terful life and example for
us all.
Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22
A divine perfect plan has
been living inside your heart
and soul since birth. You
continue to unfold and use
it to live a new and better
life. Your courage to try new
ideas is one of your greatest
gifts. When you follow this
inner guidance, there is little
that can stand in your way.
Stay focused and more of
your higher dreams will be
on the way.
Libra-Sept. 23-Oct. 22
Your generous attitude to
others is your strongest
blessing. It starts with fami-
ly, friends and associates.
You are happy. Your energy
is high. Your spirit is strong.
Refuse to let anyone pull
you down from this natural
high. Stick to your plans and
you will continue to mani-
fest positive results. More
joy, love and .hope are just
ahead.
Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov. 21
You have emerged victori-
ous over a number of per-
sonal and professional chal-
lenges the past few months.
Proceed with the main plan
that has been on hold.
Communicate your desires
to your closest friends. This
positive reinforcement is
like fertilizer in the garden.
Now you are ready to grow,
bloom and enjoy many new
rewards.
Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21
Your continuing spiritual


growth is giving you a
greater understanding of
yourself, others and life's
deeper mysteries. You are
more peaceful and patient
because of it. This is bringing
new respect, love and honor.
You have made it safe thus
far, but there is still a ways to
go. Go full steam ahead and
victory is assured.
Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19
The love you feel for life and
the encouragement and
support of those around you
continue to grow. This is a
great time to be alive. Your
passion is the fuel that drives
your magical soul. Claim this
as your greatest truth. Your
very first impressions are
always the best. There are no
short cuts or quick fixes.
Yodr life is about joy.
Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18
Do you know the main rea-
sons for your success? There
are three. First, you are not
fearful of taking risks and
trying new things. Second,
your motivation comes from
heart and spirit. It's your
depth. The third is you are
always there for a friend in
need. You deserve all the
zest, abundance, love and
joy that life had to offer as
your reward.
Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20
Yours is a great life. Most of
your dreams come true. You
have a rich history filled with
memories of the past, present
and future dreams. Be grate-
ful and give thanks every
morning for all your blessings.
There are so many new and
exciting adventures ahead.
Take real good care of your-
self and enjoy the coming
Good to the max.


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'Read' the surface to learn what lies beneath
'Read' the surface to learn what lies beneath


If it is actually true that 10
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catch 90 percent of the fish,
it may be because they are
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No, I don't mean to imply
that they are better able to
decipher the ramblings of
piscatorial pundits such as
myself, but just maybe, that
10 percent is better able to
read the water.
Being able to recognize tell
tale signs on the water is the
mark of a truly talented
fisherman.
Knowing what to look for is
all-important for success in
the inshore waters be it deep
or shallow. On a shallow fiat, it
is fairly easy to locate big fish
on a glassy smooth day.
Gator trout and bull reds
will push a lot of water as they
move about, but what abotit
fish in the 18-inch range?
The most common error is
to mistake a big, spooked
mullet for a red fish.
Always look for the circle
ripples that the power stroke
of a mullet leave behind.
If the water is clear and you
are wearing your polarized
shades, you may spot snook
lazing stark still in the midday
sun. Look toward the animal's
mouth. If the lips appear
white, it is a mullet.
Of course, birds are one of
our biggest allies. A pelican


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skimming low over the water
will spook any baitfish
present and where there is
bait there will be predators.
Diving birds will signal that
something is actively feeding
and birds that are just ,
loitering in the area may tell
you of the presence of either
game fish or bait. Whenever I
am out on a really calm day, I
try to spend a little time:
exploring new places, for a
smooth surface makes it
much harder for fish to hide.
If the water is choppy,
watch for baitfish that appear
nervous. Their skittishness
may be because a big fish is
following close behind.
Current is always a fish
attractant for they are as lazy
as we are and would much
prefer that their meal comes
to them rather than having to
go out and look for it.
Watch for ambush spots
just out of the flow and near
drop-offs. A color change is
also a good place to fish.
There will be times when you
will come upon the place
where the brown swamp


water meets the green of the
ocean.
Stop there and stay awhile.
Many of the aforementioned
signs hold true in deeper


water. When fishing in depths
of four feet or more, I like to
look for structure in the form
of stumps and fallen trees.
If I am in unfamiliar Florida


waters, I always begin fishing
along the eastern bank.
Almost all of our really
powerful winds come out of
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Local course offers challenge with new changes


W watching the
Masters a couple
weeks back, I
found myself scratching my
head as the announcers
read off the yardage for
some of those holes.
The Augusta National that
we see today is a far cry
from the one I walked
around as a kid.
To combat technology's
impact on the game of golf,
courses are forced to take
steps to keep from becom-
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farther and straighter than
ever before. I know I hit my
drives better than I did back
in college. So what is a
course to do when threat-
ened by technology?
Most courses simply
lengthen the yardage on the
holes. They move tees back
or build new ones farther
from thefairways to chal-
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move or expand fairway
bunkers to cut off short-
cuts. Some even narrow the
fairways and grow deep
rough to penalize the
wayward.
Many courses lack the
funds of Augusta National.
When the green jackets
found their course playing
too easy, and players hitting
short irons into greens that
once saw long irons, they
just bought neighboring
property and built new tees.
Not every course can do
that.
What if your course is
already busting at the
property lines and you have
nowhere to go? What if.
narrowing your fairways


only results in aggravating
the majority of your mem-
bership and turning already
long rounds into even
longer ones wrought with
frustration?
Such was the case at
Santa Lucia River Club at
Ballantrae in Port St. Lucie
(www.santaluciariverclub. n
et, (772) 398-0888). The
course didn't have the
property available to grow
length. The course was also
already fairly tight, so
making the fairways even
narrower would have likely
brought out the members
with flaming torches and
pitchforks.
Santa Lucia River Club
plays to a couple yards over
7,000 from the very tips.
New owner, Penn Florida,
wanted to make certain that
the, course continued to be
one of the best on the
Treasure Coast. The trick
was making the members,


who wanted a more
playable track happy, while
still being able to entice
collegiate, high school and
professional mini-tour
events.
What Jack Nicklaus and
Penn Florida's Jim Apple-
gate decided to do was use
the course's greens com-
plexes to defend the course.
Fairways were opened
and trees were removed and
trimmed back, along with
thinning and removing
those pesky palmettos.
The result is a course that
is very accommodating off
the tee. This certainly makes
the members happy, as they
spend less time searching
for balls and more time
hitting their drivers.
Once players reach the
green or the surrounding
green area, they find out
where the course hides its
teeth.
Playing Santa Lucia,


golfers must learn how to
play the part of the game
between the ears. Brute
strength and brawn usually
do not win against a steely
mind here.
Here, golfers need to play
to spots on the green that
allow them easier putts.
One thing you do not
want to do here is leave
yourself a long downhill
putt. Each green features a
lot of undulation and
several tiers. You must make
sure to hit your ball to the
proper tier, or you risk
three-putting or worse.
When you miss a green at
Santa Lucia River Club,
you'll want to make sure
that you grab your best
chipping club. The areas
around the greens feature a
variety of lies. Some are
closely mown, others
feature a couple inches of
deep rough.
To score well here, you


need to have a variety of
shots around the green, and
you need to be able to think
about how the ball will react
and roll on the green.
I love courses like this! In
a time when every course
seems obsessed with
distance and making the
longest holes possible, it's
nice to find a course that
goes against the grain.
Penn Florida and Nick-
laus did a great job toughing
the course, while allowing
members to have an
enjoyable time.
Many courses looking to
toughen up their course
again should look at Santa
Lucia River Club.
You don't need 7,600
yards to have a stern test.
There's more to the game
than hitting the ball a mile,
and it's nice to see that at
least one course and
architect are finally taking
notice.


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386-756-3191 VOL
DESK plus 2 drawer file
cabinet, metal, great for
arage, $50,
386-760-5127 VOL
DIGITAL CAMERA, Can-
on Power shot,2.5 LCD
with manual, in box, $75,
386-314-0024 VOL
DINING ROOM Black
table Glass top, 4 chairs,
.$80. Dora bench toybox.
$15. 386-690-6598
DINING SET- good cond,
glass top, brass base, 6
high back chairs w/ cush-
ions, $100, 386-427-6226
DRESS, BEADED se-
quin, top chiffon, bottom,
champagne,
$75, 386-615-1744 VOL
DRYER- Estate Electric.
White. Good Condition
Works Well. Asking $65.
386-760-2594
ELECTRIC' OVEN, self
cleaning, coil top, 30"
GE, $115, Microwave,
$25, 386-427-8532 VOL
ELECTRIC STOVE, GE,
2 years old, works great,
looks good, $85 cash,
386-345-3601 VOL
ENTERTAINMENT
UNIT, Metal and glass,
top swivels, hold 42" TV,
$125, 386-492-4513 VOL
EXERCISE BIKE, Sta-
tionary, excellent cond,
$65, 386-761-6801 VOL

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FOLDING GOLF Pull
cart, $15, 30" 6 blade
ceiling fan, new cond.
$15, 386-428-3439 VOL
FUTON, with black mat-
tress, $90, Lawn mower,
regular push type, $50,
386-238-4045 VOL
GLIDER ROCKER, $20,
tile top table and chairs,
$175, 386-615-9092 VOL
GOLF CLUBS, ladles,
Cougar classic, with bag,
$65, 386-299-4391 VOL
GOLF CLUBS, Left hand
Irons, 3-PW/ SW, 3 metal
woods, Putter bag, $80,
386-677-1324 VOL
GOLF CLUBS, RH 1, 3,
5 mtl woods, Wilson Staff
Irons, 3-PW, putter bag,
$75, 386-314-1504 VOL
HOT TUB, portable, will
fit in SUV, hold 268 gal-
lons, great for deck,
$190, 386-677-2251 VOL
IONIC WATER softner,
good condition, $130,
Digital camera, $35, like
new, 386-439-6202
KAYAK II, Inflatable, with
accessories, brand new,
$175, 6' wooden step lad-
der, $10, 386-673-8214
KING MATTRESS, box-
springs& frame, complete
earth tone comforter set,
$200 obo, 386-322-2512
KITCHEN SET, white for-
mica table, with leaf and
4 chairs with rattan leaf,
$50, 386-706"-6456 VOL
SLADDER, 6' heavy duty,
aluminum, step ladder,
$35, 386-671-0173 VOL
LADIES BICYCLE, $30,
also mini trampoline; $25,
386-675-6091 VOL '
LADIES CLUBS Left
Handed Irons 3- pitching
wedge & woods 1,3,4 &
5. $75 all. 386-672-6518
LINKS' ROUTERS,
WRT54G, $20,
WRT160N, $50 used,
386-676-1118 VOL
MICROWAVE, NEW,
$15, also HP Printer Of-
fice Jet, $20,
386-299-8880 VOL
MUGS, COLLECTORS,
5, Hardees, Rise& Shine,
30 yrs old, never used,
$25, 386-304-0056 VOL


PALLETT JACK- E-Z lift,
4500 Ibs. $150 obo,
386-345-4519 VOL
RABBIT HUTCH, 5' high
with legs, front and top
opening for easy access,
$50, 386-341-4088 VOL
RACING WHEELS, 15",
all aluminum, 6x139 lug
nut pattern, solid center,
$199, 386-314-9256 VOL
RAMP, for wheel chairs,
aluminum, $100, crutch-
es, new cond, $75,
386-424-1933 VOL
REFRIGERATOR, KEN-
MORE, self-defrost with
ice maker, $65 obo,
386-345-4563 VOL
RING, Sterling silver,
brand new, size 7, 6 cab-
achone cut, genuine ter-
qosie, $25, 386-428-3481
RING, US Air Force, old,
$55, Playskool puzzles,
$10, 386-423-9669 VOL
ROCKER SOFA, tan,
$60, Larger table dinette
set, 4 chairs with casters,
$125, 386-679-3835 VOL
RUNNING BOARDS,
Delta, Lund Bug deflec-
tor, new in boxes, $100
for all, 386-424-6783
Sailboat Hatch Window
glass 32"x48" approx,
Universal Fitting. $200
386-846-0370
SMALL TV'S, 2, color,
work well, one $20, other
good for gaming, $15,
386-295-7466 VOL
SPA, 5 person, teal 1.5
hp pump, 2 hp blower, fil-
ter & heater, $200,
386-252-8101 VOL
SPARE PARTS, Rav4
spare CVR 97-00, $10,
Camry door panel 97-01,
$20, 386-780-7228 VOL
STEP LADDER, 8', Hus-
ky, fiberglass, $50,
386-767-6667 VOL
STEREO RECEIVER/
Tuner, used, lots of pow-
er with tons of options
$100, 386-451-1024 VOL
STOVE: General Electric,
Electric, Almond, Like
New, Only $125 OBO
407-399-7277 No Volusia


TABLE, 2 leaves, 4
chairs, hand painted hy-
drangeas, $200,
386-852-8289 VOL
TABLE, LONG, with
shelf and drawers, solid
cherry wood, $175,
386-763-5987 VOL
TELEVISION 27", JVC,
color, 5 years old, $150,
Stepper exerciser, $45,
386-409-8744 VOL
TELEVISION, 27", color,
GE STEREO with re-
mote, wall mounting, $80,
386-761-8809 VOL
TELEVISION, 36" RCA,
matching black stand,
with glass doors, $200,
586-764-0806 VOL
TIRES with wheels,
P205/75R14955, Michi-
lens, $199, 386-788-4891
TOTAL GYM, $100, Ga-
zelle Pro, $80,
386-788-7402 VOL
TRAIN SET, 'Golden
Rails', electric HO scale,
with track, new, never set
up, $30, 386-761-3099
TRANSMISSION, Chevy
Turbo 400, only has
30,000 miles, can see,
$200, 386-788-2069 Vol
TYPEWRITER, Sears,
almost new, $30, Standly
Miter box, $25, ,
386-441-6815 VOL
UPRIGHT FREEZER, 20
years +, haven't used in a
year, moving, cant bring,
$25 firm, 386-366-2368
WASHER Combo, brand
new, 10 Ib capacity, front
loader. $75. 321-377-305
WASHER, white, Frigid-
aire Crown, heavy duty,
super capacity, top load-
ing, $199, 407-492-1209
WATER BED mattress,
soft sided, with 8 tubes,
King size, $50,
386-761-2817 VOL
WEB TV and printer,
e-mail and surf internet,
$60, 386-767-4801 VOL
WEDDING DRESS, size
22, $150, Motorcycle
jacket, leather, $40,
386-767-5963 VOL
WICKER CHAIR, Otto-
man, pastel stripe fabric,
excellent condition, $199
obo, 386-427-1563 VOL


iAMAHA Electone organ
ME35A $50. Eureka en-
viro steamer w/ 3 covers
$35. 386-615-9924



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size small /medium $50.
Fisher price swing $25.
386-322-1715



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MATTRESS QUEEN Pil-
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$140. New must sell. Can
deliver. 386-451-9660


REDECORATING- futon
w mattress, $65. Marble
glass top table $75
Queen mattress & box
spring. $150. Antique
black velvet clawed foot
sofa. $50. 386-307-1959



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cable, torsion, spring
assembly hardware evil
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PIT BULL Puppies (8),
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CARPENTRY LLC
Specializing in DOOR
Installations, Storm
doors, Crown & other
molding, garage storage
solutions, an,.: stairs,
custom work & other car-
pentry. 30+ yrs. Lic & Ins
386-304-1228.




CHIMNEY & Dryer Vent
Cleaning Since 1965. All
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COMPUTER ROOTER,
Virus removal, up-keep,
tutoring, networking, re-
covery etc. 386-299-9672


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BRICK PAVERS
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Mike Davidson Const.
Remodel/Addition/Repair,
Replace Doors/ windows,
Kitchen/Bath, 25 Yrs Exp.
St Lic#CBC1255638, Ins.
386-756-3397, 299-2132


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GREENLEAF LAWN
SERVICES 8+yrs 'exp.
Reliable. Lrg/small props.
Full svc: Weeding, trim-
ming of shrubs/bushes,
decorative stone, brick
flower beds. Lic/Insured.
386-846-8774; 257-0776
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Jason 386-405-5379


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386-441-6441
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4 Pruning Lau n Maintenance
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SReturned
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m
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Free Est Lic/Ins CallTony
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- REAL ESTATE FO
EQUAL HOUSING
OPPORTUNITY
PUBLISHERS NOTICE
All rental and real estate
advertising in the Home- DAYTONA BEACH 2/2 PORT ORANGE WILL
town News is subject to Oversized singlewide FINANCE Doublewide, 2
the Federal Fair Housing LR/DR screen porch br. $12,900, singlewide
Law which makes it ille- W/D, country kit, Comm 2Br, needs work $5000
gal to advertise any pref- pool & jacuzzi 55+ cash, No banks needed.
erence, limitations or dis- Background check. 386-566-7239
crimination based on $3500 386-295-9871 PORT ORANGE, 2/2,
race, sex, handicap, fam- 55+, Colony in the
ilial status or national ori- Daytona MAKE OFFERI 55. Coy i
gin or any intention to 55+ Colony South. 2/2, Woods. New appl./tile/
make suchpreference, screen porch all new carpet/kitchen/bath. Lrg.
limitation or discrimina- laminate flooring, redone Screen patio & Fla. rm.
tion. In addition, the Fair kitchen w/d, 2 sheds, 2 $29,900 386-212-4801
Housing Ordinance pro- pools, 2 clubhouses, PORT ORANGE, CAN
hibits discrimination $23,500 386-322-2477 FINANCE. Lighthouse
based on age, marital Point, 40+ park, 2Br/1Ba,
status, sexual orientation, DeBary new kitchen, Really com-
gender identity, or ex- NEWWATER- fortable $7900 433 Blus-
ression. We will not not aRiONT aV8 tery Dr. 386-547-4175
knowingly accept any Sarting a 5.NA .AN
advertising which is in OUTH DAYTONA CAN
violation of the law. All Upgraded applian- FINANCE! 55+ Candle-
ersons are herby in- ces, marble window light Manor Park 1703
frmed that all dwellings sills, vinyl tilt out win- Magnolia #C-18 $19,500.
are available on an equal dows, covered porch, Lot rent Only $79 thru
basis, storage shed, carport, 2010! 386-547-4175
landscapino and irrioa- .. ....


PORT ORANGE, Open
House, 5/9 & 5/17, 2133
Crane Lakes Blvd. 55+
2br/2ba, scrn porch, appl,
tile, clubhse, golf, pool,
near bch, $79,800. Lease
option. 386-322-1304






WOW
NEW SMYRNA: Direct
.on ground floor 3br/2ba,
1700sqft $419,000 Wei-
chert Realtors, Bennie
Elefante 386-690-6100


WOW
NEW SMYRNA: Direct
Oceanfront View, 3/2
w/Garage & Fireplace,
1900sqft $475,000 Wei-
chart Realtors, Bennie
Elefante 386-690-6100



DAYTONA, 311, fenced
yard, wished, 10th street
area, recently remodeled,
$69,900. w/owner financ-
ing. 508-295-5459



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Ormond Beachside Ren-
ovated 3/2 on 100x100
fenced lot. $250K Sellers
will hear all offers. Anne
Davis, RE/MAX Property
Centre 386-334-0859.
SPRUCE CREEK
FLY-IN
Gated Comm. 2/2/2, new
carpet, on golf course,
$199,900 or Rent
$1,050/mo. White Real
Estate 386-6894887






wow
SATELLITE BCH 3/2-1/2
1c 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




DAYTONA PARK ES-
TATES $95 down $95/
mo. Build now or future.
Streets in, electric in.
Nine lots left! No credit
check. 386-566-7239
LIQUIDATION PRICING
Okeechobee 10 and 80
acre ranchettes starting
at only $8995/acre!
That's 50% off mkt value
Cheap owner financing!
Motivated & only 6 left!
1st Realty Chase
561-385-7888
NC MOUNTAINS
Warm Winters/
Cool Summers.
NEW! E-Z to finish log
cabin shell w/loft & ful
basement, includes
acreage. $99,900.
Ask about our mountain
& waterfront homesites
from $39,000-$99,000.
Financing Availablell
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TEXAS LAND Salel $0
Down. 20 acres Ranch-
es, Near El Paso. Beauti-
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access. Surveyed.
$15,900 $159/' month.
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WOW
1956 CHEVY 210 Only
62K orig miles. 4-door,
6cyl, straight shift.
Beautiful car blue &
white, no rust. Garaged
$12,000 386-322-4409
MERCURY COMET
1962 6-cyl auto, air. New
battery, tires, carb. No
rust. Orig owner. $4400
386-677-2251
MERCURY COUGAR
1992 25th ann. Orig
owner, every option &
accessory avail. Great
cond. $4400 Drive
anywhere. 386-677-2251
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tion..' P.remier 55+
Community
SUN HOMES
AT KING'S LAKE,
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EL"
EDGEWATER-
Beautiful Palm Harbor
in gated comm, on the
intracoastal. 496 La Co-
quina, Hacienda Del Rio,
Edgewater. Furn split
plan 3/2 1750 sqft. Newer
tile carpeted bdrms. 20
x20 FL rm with heat and
port, Ig shed & storage
for RVs & boats. Asking
$69,900 $10,000 below
appraisal. w/3months lot
fee paid. Open Sat and
Sun 2 to 4.386-690-4436
HACIENDA DEL RIO
55+ Edgewater $39,000.
waterfront community..
2/2 screen porch, shed,
pools; fishing dock
boat/rv ramp & storage,
clubhouse. 386-405-8828
MELBOURNE: Only
$1995 2/2 12"x60" All
New: CHA, vinyl siding,
skirting & concrete drive-
way. Adult park.
866-797-6106
ORMOND BEACH 55+
community, 12x60, 2br/
1.5ba, enclosed porch
$14,900, Also, 2 lots avail
for newer MH's $325/mo.
386-672-1276 / 451-4018
PORT ORANGE 55+
Colony in the Woods. 2/2
24 x 40, screen room,
new wood floors & carpet
$9800. 501-940-8458 or
870-854-3767

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SOUTH DAYTONA 2/1
Own Land, NO rental
fees. screen porch, car-
port, A/C, Very quiet &
private. 1072 Palm View.
One block from Reed Ca-
nal. $45,000 Firm!
904-824-9206
MELBOURNE MHs


Park Homes for Sale
from $2,000 to $18,000.
Base lot rents from $367/mo.
FREE cable. Also, Empty lots
vail for doublewdes or singles
1st month FREEIII


(Adult Park) Park Homes i
from $2000 to $10,000.
Lot rents $300/mo. RV
Sites w/full hookups.$15/day.
Monthly/Seasonal. RV Storage
Sites, $100/mo. No hook ups.
Park Mgr.
407-283-5277
TITUSVILLE 212 45+ '05
Dblwide w/lndian River
View, end lot, custom
closets. Heat pump, Oak
kit, all appl's, low lot rent.
$75,000 712-299-3252



162 ACRES LAFAY-
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Pine, Hardwood Bottoms.
Road Frontage & Great
Hunting. $3700/acre.
Southern Pine Planta-
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selling Tuesday, May wooded, secluded acces- heat. Great schools!
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Auction. 800-264-1204, & Fire station. $134,900. N CAROLINA Blowing
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OPPORTUNITY 07
PUBLISHERS NOTICE I ii
All rental ad real estate DAYTONA BEACH- 2/1,
advertising in the Home- SOUTH DAYTONA fam rm + den, fenced yd
town News is subject to CEDAR VILLAGE APTS w/shed,new carpet,Sect 8
the Federal Fair Housing Check out our spacious 1 accepted. $799/mo +
Law which makes it ille- & 2 Br's. Starting at deposit. 386-341-7500
oal tn advertise any pref- $595/mo. Only 1st-mo & ,n^rFAT --


erence, limitations or dis-
crimination based on
race, sex, handicap, fam-
ilial status or national ori-
gin or any intention to
make such preference,
limitation or discrimina-
tion. In addition, the Fair
Housing Ordinance pro-
hibits discrimination
based on age, marital
status, sexual orientation,
gender identity., or ex:
pression. We will not not
knowingly accept any
advertising which is in
violation of the law. All
persons are herby in-
formed that all dwellings
are available on an equal
basis.




DAYTONA BAYSHORE,
1/1 Penthouse, with
Oceanview. All ameni-
ties. Newly furnished, in-
cluding carpet & tile.
Owner: 386-576-3155
II II *I II

DAYTONA BEACH Cen-
tral Manor Apts serving
adults 62+ or mobility
impaired. br/ 1lba.
Income based rent. EOH,
Handicap accessible
386-255-2622 TTY
1-800-955-8771
DAYTONA BEACH
Wanted Tenants w/1 car.
Benefit from our ltd park-
ing w/low rental rates
starting at $560 for 2/1
Quiet complex near golf
course & bus line. Incl.
water/cable386.255.9478
DAYTONA BEACH- 2/2
on the River. 6th Floor
includes water, cable,
$750/mo. Bkgrnd Check
Req. 386-383-6717
DAYTONA BEACH-
SIDE- 1/1, Behind Bellair
Plaza. No pets. Water
included Central A/C.
$500/mo. 386-447-5699
HOLLY HILL Cedar
Point Condo. 2nd fl, end
unit. 3/2, 1227 sqft. +
balcony. W/D inc.
Covered garage with
storage closet. $900/mo,
$500 dep 1 yr lease.
Prefer non smoker, no-
pets. 386-304-5846
ORMOND BEACH: Fully
furnished lbr/lba Pool,
elevator. $850/mo Water
& Electric incl F/L/S
NSNP 386-677-0548
ORMOND SECRET -
Thousand Oaks. 2br/2ba,
overlooks pond, private,
utility room, pool, bbq.
$800/mo, 386.673.6071
PELICAN BAY 2br/2ba
furnished end unit w/best
view W/D, $895/mo.
Lease avail, end of April.
Call 386-252-1218
PORT ORANGE Pristine
riverfront dream, large
2/2/1 close to bch, pet
free, laundry, w/c free.
$1000/mo 386-756-1312
Sebastian- 2/2 $578.
3/2 $664. FREE W/D and
Cable with 1 year lease
Move-in Sec. Deposit
$600. w/ approved credit
772-581-4440*lncome
Restrictions Apply.


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HARLEY Fat Boy '06
Lowered 2" Extra head
lights, 2 seats, windshield
Screaming Eagle pipes.
Backrest Alum wheels
Lojack Exc cond.
$17,000 Serious callers
only. 772-597-2734




SUZUKI 2007 Burgman
400. Blue w/silver metal
flake. Water-cooled. With
side & center stands,
parking brake, instrument
panel, odometer /trip
Meter, locking gas cap.
$5000 386-383-8363


$300 sec moves you in!
Stephanie 386-322-5215

.WOW
VERO BEACH: Call for
specials 1br's from
$475, 2br's from $550.
Tile, New apple. Close to
Beaches, Parks & Res-
taurants. 772-563-0013







NEW-SMYRNA
BEACHSIDE
MINORCA CONDOS
Karpathos 804 3/2 -
$2,500/mo
Paros 506 -3/2 -
$2,300/mo
Karpathos 302 2/2 -
$1,600/mo
Salina 303 4/3.5 -
$2,500/mo
Karpatsro 201 4/3 -
$2,200' m.,:,
6871 S. ATLANTIC
Beach front, furnished,
3/2, the ultimate ocean
home
$3,000/mo
19 PALM DRIVE
2/2, tiled throughout,
very different, great yard,
close to beach.
$900/mo
445 BOUCHELLE
DRIVE
2/2,1ST floor, close to
pool, partly furnished.
$1,200/mo
6371 ENGRAM
3/2, fullyfurnished, 2 car
garage, near beach.
$1,400/mo
SEA WOODS CONDO
1 br, furnished,
community pool,
close to beach.
$900/mo
629 GLENDEVON
2/2 with loft, open
kitchen, laundry.
$850/mo
284 SWEET BAY
3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths,
bonus room,
2 car garage,
formal dining room.
: $1,100/mo 8
EDGEWATER
1517 MANGO TREE
2/1, brand new carpet,
garage
$700/mo
3130 INDIA PALM DRIVE
2/2, screened porch,
garage, Idy.
$850/mo
1854 VICTORY PALM
DRIVE
3/2, large rooms, fully
carpeted, large kitchen,
2 car garage.
$950/mo















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Motorcycles Kawasaki,
1970-1980 Z1-900, KZ90
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250, S2-350, S3- 400,
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Paid, Free Nationwide
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1976, KZ1000 (1976-
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1983), Z1R, S1-250,
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H2-750, Honda CB750
(1969- 1975), Susuki
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Paid, Free Nationwide
Pick Up 800-772-1142 or
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EDGEWAT-Vl ER l a-
rage can be 4th room.
$750/mo + $200 Deposit.
N/S. No Pets. 129 Wild-
wood Ave. 407-923-9844,
40 7 9 2 3 9 8 4 7,
407-273-2679
EDGEWATER 3/2
House on very quiet
steet, almost no traffic,
very attractive home
w/huge, fenced-in-yard,
new kitch. tile throughout
main living area. Deposit
negotiable. Good home,
for good family. $995/mo
1705 Dayton Avenue
386-405-4739
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NEW SMYRNA BEACH
Sugar Mill Golf Course
Peaceful 2/2/2, porch
overlooks golf course &
lake. fresh paint, W/D.
gated community with
heated pool access.
$1150/mo. FLS Call
386-441-5824
ORMOND BCH Tomoka
River.view! 3br/2ba. Like
new. Secluded cul-de-
sac. Boat ramp available.
$1200/mo. 386-478-0437
ORMOND BEACH Pool
home. remodeled, 4bdrm
/3bath, wood floors, large
arage, fenced, pets ok.
1695/mo. inclds'pool &
lawn svc. 386-383-6717
ORMOND BEACH gated
community 3 pools.
2Bdrm/2Bath living & din-
ing rms,kitchen, screened
porch, lawn maintenance
included, completely ren-
ovated. $775/mo.
386-672-6899; 299-6737.
ORMOND BEACH-
3/2/2, Quiet Street, Walk-
ing distance to Trails
Shopping Center.' W/D
hookups, new carpeting,
freshly painted, redone.
$1050/mo plus security.
386-547-6754
ORMOND BEACH/
FLAGLER Plantation
Bay. 3br/2ba, lyr lease,
$1300mo. Realty Atlantic
- Carol 386-503-0416
PALM COAST INTRA
COASTAL BEACHSIDE
Over 3000sf w/boat lift.
upgraded, like new. Only
$1695/mo. 386-569-1811
PALM COAST- 4/2/2
2024sf, w/laminate firs.
W/D hookup. $995/mo.
Advantage Realty of
Palm Coast Inc.
386-986-4288
www.palmcoastflorida.us

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home unfurn., dock on
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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



NEW SMYRNA- 2/1.5
front & rear upstairs balc-
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W/D hookup, fenced yd.
$800/mo 410-302-9068

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386-672-9991




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$795/mo. 386-233-3102
SO DAYTONA- US-1 2
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system $700.
386-761-3403


FORD F150 2006 regular
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Quiet neat little adult park
1-br furn cottage Non
smoking only. No pets
$425/mo + utilities and
security 386-673-0494
PORT ORANGE 40+
comm, pool, gym rec
room, jacuzzi, library
2/1.5, w/d, $395/mo. Also
rent to own 386-566-7239
PORT ORANGE like new
2-br/2-ba split plan,
doublewide, Very clean
wood floors, screened
porch, carport, W/D,
Private fenced yard.
Non-smoker. No pets,
$790/mo + lawn service.
Drive by 1135 Greenbriar
Ave. Corner of Spruce
Creek & Taylor Road.
Call John. 386-451-7572


PORT ORANGE Mobile
Home on private lot. 2 br
extra clean. New paint &
carpet. W/D inc. $650
mo. 386-451-5180
PORT ORANGE- Short
term rental 2 to 6 months.
Starting May 1st. 55+
community, 372 with car-
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Large LR/DR & family rm.
$875/mo. 516-785-3236


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