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Vol. 4, No. 42 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, November 13, 2009


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One teen dies
from stabbing
Daytona Beach police
said they arrested three
people, all of them mem-
bers of the Crips gang, in
connection to the stabbing
death of a teenage girl. Two
other people were stabbed,
but are expected to recover.
Police said two groups who
know each other showed up
at the boardwalk bandshell
See BRIEF, A6


Proposed bill allowing cities to


provide ambulances killed


By Wayne Grant
wgrant@hometownnewsol.com
DAYTONA BEACH After area
representatives decided against it
this week, a proposed Florida House
bill that would have allowed cities
with populations of at least 30,000 to
provide their own ambulance service
will not be considered in the next leg-
islative session.
The Volusia County delegation,
elected state officials who represent


the area, pulled the bill after hearing
opinions from local citizens and gov-
ernment officials.
The Daytona Beach City Commis-
sion had shown support for the legis-
lation.
The Ormond Beach City Commis-
sion voted to not support the pro-
posed bill and an EVAC spokesman
said allowing cities to start their own
service would be disruptive.
Currently, EVAC, operated by the
nonprofit company Emergency


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Inc. is the only entity Cal
allowed to operate an
ambulance service in
Volusia County. WW
Daytona Beach
Fire Chief Gary
Hughes said the city
could provide bet-
ter service and the revenue stream
would offset the cost of the city's fire
department.
He said the department already


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has
the equipment and the
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James Fouty, 17, of
Holly Hill catches some
air off a jump at the
newly opened Skate
Park at Bethune Point
Park in Daytona Beach
on Saturday. The
$800,000 facility
features 35,000
square-feet of obsta-
cles, ramps, a bowl,
quarter pipe and a
"street clam." The
project was funded in
part by a Volusia
County ECHO grant.








Randy Barber
staff photographer


Life is a 'grind' for skaters at park they helped design


By Wayne Grant
wgrant@hometownnewsol.com
DAYTONA BEACH The new
Skate Park in Daytona Beach was
designed with a lot of input from
actual skateboarders. That's why
recreation director Percy
Williamson said he believes it's the
"finest skate park in the country."
It features an urban scene with
stairs and railings so the skaters can
grind, jump and do all the things
they are now doing on public prop-
erty.
"Local kids helped design it," Mr.


Williamson said. "We had a series of
meetings with actual skateboarders
and they told us what they wanted.
So we have an eight-foot bowl, a
half pipe, a ramp and all the fea-
tures they asked for."
The facility is also open to BMX
bikers and in-line skaters.
Mr. Williamson said there is a
huge skateboard community in
Daytona Beach and they are very
excited about the park.
"I came here in 2003 and I've
been working on this ever since," he
said.
Mr. Williamson said he believes


the city will be able to host skate-
boarding competitions and bring in
revenue in the future.
Skateboarders are not all kids.
"The age range goes to the late
40s," Mr. Williamson said. "The typ-
ical skateboarder is between seven
and 20 but there is a significant
middle age population that still
skateboards."
He said that hopefully the park
will alleviate some of the skate-
boarding problems at the Daytona
Beach Bandshell, courthouse and
City Hall.
"The police won't have to chase


them off," he said.
The new facility, located at
Bethune Point Park on South Beach
Street, is open seven days a week
from 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
All minors must have a waiver
signed by a parent. Skaters 17 and
under are required to wear helmets
and knee and elbow pads. BMX
bikes must be equipped with "park
pegs" which prevent damage to the
concrete, and riders must wear cer-
tified helmets.
The park was funded with a
$400,000 ECHO grant and $400,000
from the city's general fund.


Wilhite now faces civil


suits and criminal charges


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Police Report A4


By Dan Harkins
For Hometown News
VOLUSIA COUNTY E Douglas
Wilhite, the shaggy-headed on-air
personality and owner ofWELE-AM
1380, has more than just multiple
criminal charges alleging the sexual
victimization of minors to face in
court now. This week, the guardians
of two alleged victims filed civil
suits in Seventh Circuit Court ask-
ing for jury trials against Mr. Wilhite
and his wife, Sherry.
In July, the self-avowed nudist
was charged with sexually assault-
ing, on multiple occasions, a teen-
age boy living at the couple's
Ormond Beach home. Then, in
mid-October, 15 new charges came
from the testimony of seven more
teenagers, boys and girls between
the ages of 14 and 16: contributing
to the delinquency of several
minors, lewd and lascivious con-
duct, exposure and showing chil-
dren pornography.
In reports, police have described
an environment rife with booze
and nudity, drugs and porn. On
Oct. 15, when Mr. Wilhite was being


arrested for the
second time E -
this year at his .
grand Walnut "'
Court house,
the 56-year-old
again answered
the door in full-
frontal nudity.
During the first
arrest, officers
finally con- F. Douglas
vinced him to Wilhite
put some
clothes on. This time, nightly news
reports showed he decided to go to
jail wrapped in a shiny blanket pro-
vided by police.
Mr. Wilhite is accused of prod-
ding the teens with alcohol, pre-
scription drugs and porn between
February and May, then encourag-
ing them on several occasions to
get naked and have sex with the 15-
year-old boy in the couple's care
while watching and masturbating.
"This is not a case about the
defendant's lifestyle, the nudist
lifestyle," said Volusia County Sher-
iff's Office spokesman Gary David-
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B-CU grad

hopes to

'Repower


America'
By Wayne Grant
wgrant@hometownnewsol.com

DAYTONA BEACH A Bethune-
Cookman University graduate is
doing his part to get America
plugged in to clean energy.
Keon Williams graduated last year
with a degree in political science
and since last June has worked for
Repower America, a nonprofit
organization launched by former
vice president Al Gore in 2008.
Repower America, and its state
affiliates, called Repower Florida,
advocate clean, renewable and effi-
cient energy sources.
Mr. Williams, who previously
worked on President Barack
Obama's election campaign, is the
Repower Florida field organizer for
Volusia, Flagler and Brevard coun-
ties and said he has been talking to
fraternities, clubs and other groups
at local universities.


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"The biggest initiative I've been
talking about is the Repower Wall,"
Mr. Williams said.
The Web site repoweramerica.org
has a "wall" where people can place
their own video with a statement
about the need for protecting the
environment and converting to
clean energy.
Mr. Williams said it replaces the
old-fashioned petition.
"It's amazing. Everybody is
responding well to it," he said. "It's a
way of using new media in the tech-
nology age. Legislators can view the
wall and see how many people in
their district are concerned about
the environment."
One of the points Mr. Williams
makes in his talks is that converting
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places like the Suwannee
River Festival," Ms. Sacks


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Something divides Ormond Kayak races wil
Beach. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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beauty of the river," she 1 /
said. "We've got this
beautiful river and ii'
really underused. Wr
want to celebrate it and
the natural environ- At Ormond Beach 's
ment."
The event is free |
except for food .
and beverages.
Thirty- five
bands, mostly folk
music and bluegrass,
will entertain on three dif- day, sponsored b
ferent stages on both days the Ormond Bea
and food will be sold by Center. All skill lei
local restaurants. able to participate
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p.m. on Sunday. fire engines and other
ices will be sprints trucks, a children's corner,
)rtunato Park to and for adults, a beer and
er Gardens. wine garden.
Kicking off the event
S, :: ai m. Saturday will
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organizer and
member of Ormond
NaImstreet.
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\hill walk under the
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Ihin back over the
bhiiIge to Rockefeller
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g,-,i.d that clubs or
businesses walk togeth-
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for the city or Halifax
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20 -" -6 conducted by
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Costello at
7:45 a.m. and the
run/walk will begin at 8
There will also be a.m.
machine on dry For information on the
ere the public can festival or a preregistration
w to row or find out form for the run/walk, go to
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A4 Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill Hometown News Friday, November 13, 2009


Police report


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

*Jacqueline Devonna
Luckett, 31, of 149 S. Olean-
der Ave., Daytona Beach,
was arrested Oct. 30 on
charges of grand theft motor
vehicle, burglary and pos-
session of cocaine. Bail was
set at $3,000.
*Mary Joe Brinson, 31, of
233 S. Franklin St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested Oct. 30
on charges of possession of
cocaine. Bail was set at
$1,600.
*Richard Alan Buckson,
55, of 1100 S. Ridgewood
Ave., lot 69, Daytona Beach,
was arrested Oct. 30 on
charges of aggravated bat-
tery. Bail was set at $5,000.
*Walter Flournoy Jr., 22, of
1150 North St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested Oct. 30
on charges of grand theft
auto. Bail was set at $2,750.
*Marvin Louis Clark, 50, of
412 S. Martin Luther King
Blvd., Daytona Beach, was
arrested Oct. 30 on charges
of battery/domestic vio-
lence by strangulation and
aggravated battery (domes-
tic violence). Bail was not
set.
*Tawana Diana Morgan,
21, of 109 Raceway Pointe
Drive, No. 304, Daytona
Beach, was arrested Oct. 31
on charges of aggravated
battery (domestic violence).
Bail was not set.
*Dwanna Curtisia Hines,
19, of 1200 Beville Road, Apt.
108, Daytona Beach, was
arrested Oct. 31 on charges
of fraudulent use of a credit
card and uttering a forged
instrument. Bail was set at
$2,000.
*Dean Ray Gill, 32, of 1350
Virginia Ave., Daytona
Beach, was arrested Oct. 31
on charges of aggravated
assault domestic violence.
Bail was not set.


*Matthew Lawrence
Wright, 20, of 632 N. Beach
St., No. 19, Daytona Beach,
was arrested Nov. 1 on
charges of burglary to an
unoccupied dwelling with a
firearm. Bail was set at
$2,500.
*Bobby Smith Jr., 31 of 801
S. Ridgewood Apt. 4, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
Nov. 1 on charges of grand
theft (auto). Bail was set at
$1,000.
*Kelli Ann Westcott, 31, of
875 Derbyshire Road, No.
181, Daytona Beach, was
arrested Nov. 2 on charges of
grand theft of a firearm and
possession of a firearm by a
convicted felon. Bail was set
at $10,500
*Michael Allen Fuhrman,
33, of 310 Kingston St., No.
104, Daytona Beach, was
arrested Nov. 2 on charges of
failure to register as a sex
offender and failure to regis-
ter an updated address. Bail
was set at $5,000.
*Patrick James Airhart, 31,
of 1700 S. Atlantic Ave., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
Nov. 2 on charges of burgla-
ry. Bail was set at $2,000.
*Christopher Wayne
Simpson, 45, of 340 North
St., Daytona Beach, was
arrested Nov. 2 on charges of
uttering a forgery. Bail was
set at $1,000.
*Kosha Daynell Braswell,
29, of 1425 Continental
Drive, Daytona Beach, was
arrested Nov. 3 on charges of
aggravated battery. Bail was
set at $1,500.
*Fredrick Thomas, 45, of
436 S. Keech St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested Nov. 3
on charges of robbery. Bail
was set at $5,000.
*Terry David Babb, 26, of
1250 Woodcrest Drive, No.
1201, Daytona Beach, was
arrested Nov. 3 on charges of
aggravated assault. Bail was
set at $2,500.
*Jennifer Louise Lahive,
27, of 340 North St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested Nov. 5
on charges of possession of
cocaine. Bail was set at
$1,500.
*Terrence Francis Walsh,


38, of 413 Fifth Ave., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
Nov. 5 on charges of
lewd/lascivious exhibition.
Bail was not set.
*Andrew Onassis Harper,
33, of 732 Westmoreland
Road, Daytona Beach, was
arrested Nov. 5 on charges of
possession of cocaine. Bail
was set at $1,500.
*Edgardo J. Pachecho, 37,
of 281 S. Seneca Blvd., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
Nov. 5 on charges of failing
to comply with sex offend-
er's registration. Bail was not
set.
*Matthew Lawrence
Wright, 20, of 632 N. Beach
St., No. 19, Daytona Beach,
was arrested Nov. 5 on
charges of burglary to a con-
veyance. Bail was set at
$1,500.
*Paul Hickson III, 27, of
920 Derbyshire Road, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
Nov. 5 on charges of unlaw-
ful possession of cannabis
with intent in public hous-
ing. Bail was set at $10,000.
*Antoine Derail Carter, 25,
of 928 Winchester St., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
Nov. 5 on charges of posses-
sion of cocaine. Bail was set
at $1,500.

Ormond Beach
Police Department

*Karen L. Greenberg, 47,
of 5 Tomoka Meadows Blvd.,
Ormond Beach, was arrest-
ed Oct. 31 on charges of
aggravated assault with
weapon without intent. Bail
was not set.
*Tami A. Pearson, 44, of 55
N. Nova Road, Ormond
Beach, was arrested Nov. 2
on charges of retail theft.
Bail was set at $1,250.
*Jack D. Price, 38, of 1960
Linda Ave., Ormond Beach,
was arrested Nov. 2 on
charges of petit theft from a
merchant. Bail was set at
$1,000.
*Frances P. Ferguson, 50,
of 1 John Anderson Drive,
No. 521, Ormond Beach,
was arrested Nov. 3 on


charges of battery on a law
enforcement officer/fire-
fighter/EMT. Bail was set
$2,500.

Volusia County
Sheriffs Office

*Leshon Kieth Fagins, 38,
of 221 Jefferson St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested Oct. 30
on charges of trafficking in
cocaine. Bail was not set.
*Michael M Caiafa, 53, of
1320 Hand Ave., No. 18,
Ormond Beach, was arrest-
ed Oct 31 on charges of
intimidating and threaten-
ing victim/witness. Bail was
set at $1,000.
*Jarrod D. Swinton, 18, of
1178 Brynmawr Drive, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
Oct. 31 on charges of pos-
session of crack cocaine.
Bail was set at $8,000.
*Jeff Lee Wallace, 35, of
702 Magnolia Ave., Daytona
Beach, was arrested Nov. 2
on charges of possession of
a weapon/ammo by a con-
victed felon. Bail was set at
$3,000.
*Malvin Fluker, 25, of 715
Kingston Ave., Daytona
Beach, was arrested Nov. 2
on charges of aggravated
assault (firearm). Bail was
set at $10,000.
*David Neal Smith, 39,
1007 Cherokee Ranch Road,
Holly Hill, was arrested Nov.
2 on charges of possession
of a scheduled II drug. Bail
was set at $1,000.
*David Joseph Bickel, 31,
of 1022 June Terrace, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
Nov. 2 on charges of aggra-
vated battery with a deadly
weapon, domestic violence.
Bail was not set.
*Ryan James Jackson, 21,
of 26 Queen Anne Court,
Ormond Beach, was arrest-
ed Nov. 4 on charges of sale
of cannabis. Bail was set at
$20,000.
*Logan Christopher Bur-
nett, 23, of 1320 Hand Ave.,
No. 30, Ormond Beach, was
arrested Nov. 4 on charges of
principle sale of cannabis.
Bail was set at $20,000.


Wanted person:
Christopher Tamale
Haynes
Reason wanted:
Grand theft
Birth date:
June 20, 1984
Last Known Location:
Palm Coast
Crime Stoppers of
Northeast Florida is seek-
ing information on the
whereabouts of Christo-
pher Tamale Haynes, 25.
Haynes' last known
address was in Palm
Coast, however he's
wanted for a grand theft
that occurred in Daytona
Beach. A judge issued an
arrest warrant on Nov. 2,
calling for Haynes to be
taken into custody on a
charge of grand theft
using a motor vehicle
causing damage and held
on $15,000 bond.
Haynes is 6-feet 4-
inches and weighs about
160 pounds and has
black hair and brown
eyes. If you see Haynes or

*Jeffrey Martin Lendway,
39, of 160 Limewood Place
No. 2, Ormond Beach, was
arrested Nov. 4 on charges
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was set at $1,000.
*Daniel Michael Velez,
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tona Beach, was arrested
Nov. 5 on charges of false
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items and dealing in stolen
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Callers are asked to refrain from making slanderous
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accuracy.



In response to
'Commission seeks public input
on Riverwalk idea'

In regards to the Riverwalk project, I would like to ask
Ormond Beach Mayor Frank Costello where he gets the
nerve to hire architects to come up with plans when he did-
n't go through planning board and didn't go through the
proper procedures.
Who authorized Mayor Costello to spend the people's
money?
This is not a Riverwalk for the people. Did you notice the
professional building?
Where are the parking spaces for the public? Where are
the benches for the people to sit? This building should not
be there. If it is going to be for the people, it should be a
place for the people to gather.
This is the most congested area in the township.

Editor's note: Reply from Ormond Beach City Manager
Joyce Shanahan

The Riverwalk concept has been discussed by the City
Commission for years. Ormond Beach Mayor Fred Costello
does not have any authority to "hire architects" or "spend
the people's money," and has never done either.
The staff did and the cost was within the spending
authority of the city manager.
The city commission authorized staff to investigate a
concept that would provide a riverfront restaurant anchor
for the downtown area and any parking spaces and benches
would be public. The Riverwalk, with or without a restau-
rant, will be totally for the people to gather. These are con-
ceptual plans, which do not go through the planning board.
If the project were to graduate to site plan, then it is possi-
ble it could go as a special exception, which would require
planning board review and then City Commission review.
Mayor Costello has requested that Ormond MainStreet
weigh in on the conceptual plans before the project
advances and is on record that he will support what
Ormond MainStreet recommends. Mayor Costello has stat-
ed that he believes Ormond MainStreet will recommend
the project be downsized so as to keep Pilgrims' Rest
Church in its current location, and as previously stated he
plans to support their recommendation. Staff is also meet-
ing with the Ormond Beach Chamber to discuss the project
and receive their feedback. In addition, a public workshop
is planned for December/January.

Thanks for returning my license

I would like to do a rave for the person who found my dri-
ver's license at the tag office in Daytona Beach and turned it
in to the security office. He reaffirms by belief that most
people are honest and good.

Think of adding a TV Guide

I love your paper. I was hoping you would consider
adding a TV Guide.

Waiting in line and
dogs in public can be annoying

Don't you just hate it when you have been in line at the
store for a long time and the announcement, "I'm opening
over here," opens a new cashier's line, and then there is a
rush of the people behind you to get there first.
Why not give the lane-changing choice to those who have
been waiting the longest?
Why not say, "I'll take the next person in line over here."
I also hate that people bring their dogs to public gather-
ings.
Dogs brought to the Ormond Beach farmers market (and
similar places) are an inconvenience for their owners and
infringe on the walking space and freedom of shoppers.
Do the owners really think that dogs get pleasure from
being in those hot, crowded conditions?
Before you take your dog out, think of the comfort of your
animal and the impact it may have on others.





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World War II veteran Joseph Garber of Ormond Beach talks to Hinson Middle School students in Joseph Vetter's U.S.
history class about his days as a young airman in WWII. Mr. Garber was shot down while flying a mission over Ger-
many, captured by the Nazis, and held in a RO.W. camp for two years until the war ended. The event was held in
honor of Veterans Day.


Letters


Veterans should be honored

As a proud Vietnam veteran, I find it tragic that so
many of my fellow Americans view Nov. 11 as just
another day off work. I lost friends in Vietnam, and I
made a promise to their families they would never,
ever be forgotten.
Veterans Day was created as a day to honor each and
every veteran who has fought to protect this nation.
Many Americans have lost sight of the true meaning of
Veterans Day.
Thousands of troops are still deployed in Iraq and
Afghanistan, with more likely on the way to
Afghanistan. Veterans and service members are still
struggling to get the benefits they have earned through
their service, including the new GI bill. More than one
million claims await a decision from the VA.
I call on my fellow citizens to take action to help our
troops and veterans during the upcoming holiday
season. Send a care package overseas. Write a letter of
support to a lonely service member. Host a holiday
celebration for military families. Remind young people
what Veterans Day is all about, or donate to VFW
programs that help our defenders, deployed and at


Brief
From page Al

just after midnight last
Sunday morning in a fight
over a girl. Apparently an
old boyfriend text mes-
saged his ex, angering a
new boyfriend. Police said
the new boyfriend, Dustin
Lind and the ex, Jordan
Hess agreed to meet at the
bandshell to settle their
differences. Several of
Lind's friends came to help
him, and police said when
someone in the other
group started to beat up
Mr. Lind, his friends took
out a knife. Police said
Raymond North, 23,
stabbed Robin Munsch, 16,
once in the chest, killing
her. Desiree Juras, 22,
suffered two stab wounds
and the ex boyfriend, Hess,
was stabbed in the upper
arm. Suspect North
escaped, according to
police, with the help of
Dallas Mobbs and Carl
Beck. All three were later
arrested at an apartment in
South Daytona. While
North is charged with first-
degree murder, the other
men face accessory
charges. Despite their gang
affiliation, police don't
believe the stabbings were
motivated by gang related
activities.

Judge will receive
reprimand

The State Supreme Court
will publicly reprimand a
Volusia County judge for
her dealings with a convict-
ed felon. The judicial
qualifications commission
recommended the sanction
in August after it found
Judge Mary Jane Hender-
son demeaned the office by


loaning Henry Wheeler
money for an apartment,
cell phone, cab fare and
other things. Judge Hen-
derson acknowledged her
actions gave the appear-
ance of impropriety. A date
for the reprimand before
the high court hasn't been
set.


home. Call one of our local VFW posts, or other mili-
tary organizations.

Alan Ayoubee,
Commander, District 19
Department of Florida Veterans of Foreign War

Thanks to veterans

A personal thank you to county chairman Frank
Bruno for all the time and effort he has put into a
fundraising for a new van for the Disabled American
Veteran Chapter 84 this year. They needed to come up
with $49,000 to continue their van purchase to trans-
port veterans. Due to the last two years of his volun-
teering, the chapter will now be ordering a new van for
transporting veterans to health care hospitals and
clinics.
On behalf of all veterans in this area, thank you Mr.
Bruno for all you do for veterans, and I am proud to be
your friend. God bless America and all our veterans.

Frank Severino
Daytona Beach


school attendance
improves, the kind of effort
we should all be involved
in, helping one another.
The program is funded by a
community endowment
that focuses on needs other
social service organizations
don't address.


county could not shoulder
that without significant
state and federal help. The
county will also consider
ongoing rehabilitation until
they just can't any longer
and they may even think of
removing the bridge
entirely.


at chamber event

Former Republican Vice
Presidential candidate
Sarah Palin will be the
guest speaker at the annual
Daytona Beach/Halifax
area chamber of commerce
meeting. Chamber officials
confirm Ms. Palin has
committed to an hour
speaking engagement at
the Feb. 15 meeting. The
chamber is currently
soliciting sponsors for the
event and won't reveal Ms.
Palin's speaking fee.

Governor visits
area school

Governor Charlie Crist
recently stopped at Hinson
Middle School in Daytona
Beach to applaud a pro-
gram designed to help
break the poverty cycle for
homeless and disadvan-
taged school children.
Resident and community
activist Forough Hosseini
created the program called
Food Brings Hope. Gover-
nor Crist met with children
who are part of the pro-
gram in six area elementary
and middle schools.
Organizers offer tutoring
and nutritional informa-
tion and reach out to
families to ensure kids have
enough to eat. The gover-
nor called the program,
which has seen stunning
success as grades and


Florida Hospital Memori-
al in Daytona Beach was
delighted that a two-day
effort to fill the pantries at
local charities was a
success. They believe they
reached their goal of 7,500
pounds of food. The eighth
annual food drive was
organized by Hospital
Chaplain Farzad Nourian,
who said the need is
greater this year with new
families who had not
struggled before, now
needing community help
just to survive.

County looking for
input on bridge
Volusia County officials
have sent out notices to
area residents who live in
and around the Veterans
Memorial Bridge on
Orange Avenue, asking
them for input on what
should be done with one of
the few remaining draw
bridges in the county. The
bridge, built in the mid
'50s, is rundown and
deteriorating and has parts
so obsolete, county officials
can no longer get replace-
ment parts. It costs nearly a
million dollars for yearly
maintenance and the
bridge often gets stuck or
has to be closed for days on
end. A high-rise bridge is
among options the county
is considering, but a new
high-rise would cost more
than $50 million and the


The winner didn't beat
the clock and a small
fortune slipped through his
or her fingers. Lottery
officials toldWESH 2 a
winning fantasy five ticket,
purchased in Ormond
Beach, went unclaimed.
The ticket was purchased at
a Kangaroo Express on U.S.
Highway One near Airport
Road in the May 6 drawing.
The jackpot was shared by
four winners, but only
three came forward before
the recent deadline.
Whoever had, and proba-
bly lost the winning ticket,
lost out on a share worth
more than $58,000.

Woman turns in
live grenade

Police officers see a lot on
the job, but this was one for
the books recently in South
Daytona when someone
brought a live grenade to
the police department.
Police said a woman was
cleaning out her garage
and found an old pistol and
the grenade. Her son-in-
law boxed them and drove
them up to the police
department. South Day-
tona police called the
bomb squad in and they
quickly learned the
grenade was live. Bomb
squad officials carefully
taped up the pin and took
custody to detonate it.


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Sarah Palin to speak never claimed





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VOLUSIA COUNTY Sometime
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started grade school in Manhattan, his
dad bought him his first comic book, a
Superman. A spark alighted in his eyes.
Like everyone else his age, he'd
already seen it in black-and-white on
the tube.
"I was amazed to see all the color," the
now 57-year-old Saviuk said on Tuesday
from the kitchen of his modest Port
Orange home. "'After that, after I had my
homework done, I'd be at the kitchen
table drawing comics, when everybody
else was watching cartoons in the living
room."
A notable career has bloomed where
that love was rooted. Since 1997, Mr.
Saviuk has drawn the Sunday Spider-
Man comic strips, with stories directly
from the comic God (also known as Stan
Lee). On Sunday, he's a featured guest at
the sixth-annual Daytona Beach Comic
& Toy Show a local reunion of sorts for
the comics-loving set, he said.
He encourages serious artists of all
ages to bring their portfolios for an hon-
est-but-encouraging critique, or at least
have him sketch up a Spidey on the spot.
Some friends, after hearing him speak
to aspiring artists and google-eyed
youngsters at conventions, have told
him he should teach more. He's thinking
over how that would fit into his sched-
ule.
"My mother always said, 'Why don't
you get up at 8 and work 9 to 6 like the
rest of us?'" he recalls. "But I can't see
pictures in the morning."
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drawn by the deadlines and the images
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months doing storyboards for ad agen-
cies until a chance meeting at an East
Coast comic book conference with the
president of DC Comics. Mr. Saviuk was
pimping his own magazine at the show.
He bragged to Phil Seuling, the show's
organizer, that he'd already sold 500
copies. None of that mattered. They saw
his work. They liked it.
"How would you like to work with DC
Comics?" Mr. Saviuk recalls the presi-
dent asking him. He'd been waiting
years to hear those words.
That broke Mr. Saviuk in. He ticks off
the characters he's drawn, for DC
Comics, Marvel and other publishers:
Green Lantern. The Flash. Superman.
Aquaman. And, of course, Spider-Man.
All around his home are reminders of
those early days. He points out a statue
of the purple Phantom on the piano in
the foyer, mentions how he drew the fig-
ure for the sculptor to mold that one.
And that one. And... Another bookshelf
is stacked with figurines. On the walls is
an equal measure of run-of-the-mill
home decor and keepsake characters
just resting up as Mr. Saviuk's fall-back
retirement investment. (As Spidey says
on a giant retail display that Mr. Saviuk
once drew: "BUY COMICS FOR FUN
AND INVESTMENT.")
He moved to Florida in the early '90s
for those same kind of financial consid-
erations.
"My family (who already lived) here,
they sent floor plans," he said. "We could
get a four-bedroom with a yard, no snow
to shovel, for the same price as a two-
bedroom flat in NewYork."
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Cartoonist Alex Saviuk works on a
drawing of Spiderman and The Hulk
at his home in Port Orange recently.
It's one of the purist forms of the
medium, the strips he now creates. He's
watching a new generation of comics
being created on computers, but it
doesn't worry him.
"There's always going to be the die-
hard fans who like to read wherever
they have to do it," he said. "Or, like me,
they like picking up something printed
and turning the pages, something that's
drawn on paper with pen and brush, as
opposed to it being done on a comput-
er." Doing the strip is like being able to
ignore all that flux.
It's just him and the mission: to com-
municate as much as he can without the
words getting in the way.
In recent years, he's also enjoyed some
forays into the film industry, storyboard-
ing movies some good, some bad -
like "Lonely Hearts," "Hoot," Hillary
Swank's "The Reaping" and the critic-
panned "Never Back Down." It stokes
another of Mr. Saviuk's fires.
"Being a solo illustrator, I'm usually
holed up in a studio, and as a natural
extrovert, it's great working with this big
team on a common goal like that," he
said.
And all this keeps Mr. Saviuk pretty
busy these days. He's not rich, by any
means, he says; but he's blessed.
"You have to have a passion to just sit
there and keep doing it," he says. "That
was always me."
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U.S. 1, across from Giant
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"We're specializing in floor
covering and bathroom
remodeling," Mr. Padgett
said.
Having been a contractor
and installer since 1979, Mr.
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reality.
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Mr. Padgett said his entire
family is wrapped up in this
new venture with his wife of
25 years, Michelle, acting as
his business partner and
"the brains behind the
scenes."
Mr. Padgett said he knows
she will take the business to
the next level with her good
customer relations skills.
Sons Jeremy, 20, and
Shayne, 25, both work at the
store. Jeremy is on the sales
team and manning the
phones while his brother is
one of the main contractors
and installers. The Padgetts
also have a 15-year-old
daughter Chelsea, who is in
high school.
"It truly is a family affair,"
Mr. Padgett said.
T&M Floors expects to
draw customers from within
a 40-mile radius of their
location.
They offer a full line of
Beaulieu and Shaw carpet
products ranging from tex-
tures to Berbers. Floor tiles
in all sizes and colors, both
hand scraped and mirror
image finishes, are featured.
"We also have a full line of
laminate tiles available," Mr.
Padgett said.
Exotic hardwood floors
from engineered hardwood
to full hardwood to bamboo


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wide range to work with.
Prices begin at $2 a square
foot.
"Tarkett is also a floor
name brand that is well
known in the renovation
field," Mr. Padgett said.
"We're proud to have that
line available."
T&M Floors had their
grand opening last week and
the Padgetts hope their entry
into the flooring retail busi-
ness will help homeowners
during tight economic times.


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said. "They take them to the
hospital and collect all of the
revenue for the trip."
EVAC spokesman Mark
O'Keefe denied that Daytona
Beach firefighters get to the
scene first.
"Only 1.8 percent of the
time, do firefighters provide
care before EVAC arrives,"
Mr. O'Keefe said.
Daytona Beach City Com-
missioner Richard Shiver
voted to support the bill.
"I was a firefighter for 25
years and I'm sure the fire
department can do it more
efficiently." he said. "We have
seven fire stations strategi-
cally located."
Mr. O'Keefe said EVAC is
an efficient company provid-
ing a community service at
low cost to the taxpayer.
"Breaking it up would
jeopardize public safety by
disrupting a coordinated
ambulance service," he said.
The only Daytona Beach
commissioner voting against
the bill was Shiela McKay-
Vaughan, who said it was too
simplistic.
"This bill says if you have a
population over 30,000 and
you want it, you can have it,"
she said. "I lean toward the
county handling ambulance
service but that's not the
issue. There needs to be dis-
cussion and negotiation
between the city and coun-
ty."
The Ormond Beach City
Commission was unani-
mous in voting to not sup-
port the bill.
Mayor Fred Costello said
Ormond Beach has always
sought to work with other
cities.
"I think we've all said we're
willing to partner with other
communities in Volusia
County in a mechanism that
will provide the highest level
of service at the lowest cost,"
he said. "We don't believe we
all need to have our own this
and our own that. We can
share. The swat team is a
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son. "This has to do with ille-
gal acts committed against
or in the presence of juve-
niles. Mr. Wilhite or any-
body else can walk
around their house all day
naked if they choose to."
According to police, Mr.
Wilhite told two of the girls


that his wife had recently
attempted suicide and that
he'd feel "oh so much better"
if he could just watch them
have sex.
The seven most recently
revealed victims didn't
report having sex with Mr.
Wilhite, but five said they got
naked to play billiards at Mr.
Wilhite's insistence, sheriff's
reports state. About half told
investigators they had sex


while Mr. Wilhite masturbat-
ed including one alleged
incident in Mr. Wilhite's car
on their way to church. In
other reported incidents,
two girls acknowledged hav-
ing sex with the boy in Mr.
Wilhite's care, thinking they
were alone, only to spot Mr.
Wilhite on a later occasion
watching through the bed-
room window while he mas-
turbated.


Two girls said Mr. Wilhite
grabbed their buttocks; one
said he rubbed his genitals
against her.
Police began investigating
on May 18, when Sherry Wil-
hite reported the boy had
run away. Questions about
Mr. Wilhite's lifestyle led the
Sheriff's Office's Sex Crimes
Unit to investigate.
The boy was found in June,
hiding in Virginia. Investiga-


tors were told by the boy
about months of sexual
abuse. Three months later,
they had seven more alleged
victims and 15 more crimi-
nal charges.
A judge posted $1.5 mil-
lion bond in mid-October,
then released Mr. Wilhite to
home a few days later to pre-
pare for the coming
onslaught.
Then this: On Oct. 28, the


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VOLUSIA COUNTY -
Nearly every family could
stand to save a few dollars
these days. And family meals
could probably stand to be
healthier and less wasteful.
How to both save money
and better feed a family was
the topic of a recent talk,
"Stretching Your Food Dol-
lars," by registered dietician
Jill Taufer.
The best tips to save
money and avoid waste?
Plan ahead, and around
what you already have on
hand; make a list; know the
essentials and stock up
when they're on sale; create


a budget and stick to it; buy
what's in season; compari-
son shop; eat before you go;
and if possible, shop more
frequently to avoid overbuy-
ing and wasting food.
Jim Jamiel of South Day-
tona said he is lucky to live
close enough to his local
grocery store that he can
walk and shop for just the
items he needs, planning his
leftover meals as well.
"I cook for myself, and
shop every day," he said. "I
knew a lot of this informa-
tion already, but it's always
good to learn more."
Mr. Jamiel said he reads
the Hometown News'
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new ways to save by follow-
ing her advice.
Ms. Taufer recommends
"cook once, serve twice," or
making double batches and
packaging or freezing left-
overs immediately to avoid
throwing food away. Smart
shoppers also buy just the
amount of food they can
safely store and use before it
spoils. Another helpful hint
is to take leftovers for lunch,
and avoid fast food and
ready-to-eat meals that are
often unhealthy, over-salted
and expensive.
"Plan it, buy it, eat it," was
the summary of the session.
Next to wasting a lot of
food, Ms. Taufer, who works
for the Volusia County/Uni-
versity of Florida Extension
office, said Americans also
spend too much of their


food budget on meat. To cut
down, she said families
should try "going vegetarian"
a few nights a week, and look
for leaner meats on sale.
Canned tuna and salmon are
high in protein, low in fat,
easily stored and inexpen-
sive.
Andrea Hardy of Ormond
Beach said beans are a good
meat replacement.
"I am always open to new
ideas and ways to save," she
said. "Beans are cheap, fill-
ing, full of protein, good
nutrients and fiber. And they
can be prepared so many
different ways."
Fresh is always best, Ms.
Taufer said, and local farm-
ers markets are great places
to buy produce at reason-
able prices, but frozen fruits
and vegetables are also valu-


able.
"Next to fresh," Ms. Taufer
said, "frozen is best. They
often cost less, and are easy
to store so you have them
available to help you get
those five servings."
Before hitting the stores,
shoppers should study their
grocery store circulars and
use the Internet to search
out coupons and deals, Ms.
Taufer said.
Also, shoppers should be
thoughtful at the grocery
store.
"The most expensive
items are placed at eye
level," Ms. Taufer said. "So
look up and down, eat before
you go to avoid impulse buy-
ing, and stay away from the
middle aisles, where non-
essentials and snacks are
often found."


That basic math you
learned in school can and
should be used on a regular
basis at the grocery store,
when comparing the prices
of store-versus-name
brands, and checking the
unit prices of similar prod-
ucts. Sometimes a smaller
package may be the better
buy. Last but not least, be
alert and aware as you
checkout. Mistakes happen.
Volusia County/University
of Florida Extension con-
ducts family-focused educa-
tional programs through its
Family and Consumer Sci-
ences Program, with food,
nutrition, health, and food
safety some of its top priori-
ties. Jill Taufer is the Family
Nutrition Program Coordi-
nator. For more information
call (386) 257-6012 or email
jtaufer@co.volusia.fl.us.


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For more information, call
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Artist reception
planned
The James Harper Fine Arts
Gallery will hold a reception
for English artist Lesley Giles
from 6 to 9 p.m., Friday, Nov.
13, at 44 W. Granada Blvd.,
Ormond Beach.
The public may attend.
The exhibit 'Around the
Edge" will run through
November.
Ms. Giles' work explores
themes of the solitary and the
marginal. She paints all those
forgotten places and people
on the edge. "Around The
Edge" presents a view of A1A
in Ormond Beach of gas sta-


lions and motley structures
along the edge of the ocean.
For more information, visit
james@jhfinearts.com or call
(386) 235-4264.

Novelist to speak at
Embry-Riddle
An English professor at Bre-
vard Community College,
David Johansson, will discuss
his new novel "Skin of Sunset"
and the writing process at
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical
University at 7 p.m. Tuesday,
Nov. 17, in Building A, Room
109, on Embry-Riddle's Day-
tona Beach campus, 600 S.
Clyde Morris Blvd.
A book sale and autograph
session will follow the presen-
tation.
The event is free and the
public may attend.
For more information on his
novel, visit www.skinofsun-
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Daytona State
alumni debut
crafting show
The pilot episode of a
new 13-part series filmed
and produced by WDSC-
TV 15 will air at noon, Fri-
day, Nov. 13, and at addi-
tional dates and times
throughout November.
Kate Risting and Correne
Risting, who are graduates
of Daytona State College's
photography program
present "Get Crafty." The
show features how to make
crafting gifts for any occa-
sion, including Christmas,
with things you already
have at home.
The Risting sisters are
well known in the crafting
community having suc-
cessfully launched a range
of stenciling products -
"The Stencil Collection."
For more information,
visit www.getcraftytv.com.

Yard sale benefits
Visual Innovations &
Solutions
A yard sale fundraiser to
benefit Visual Innovations
& Solutions will be held
from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Sat-
urday, Nov. 14, at 1202
Scottdale, Ormond Beach.
Visual Innovations &
Solutions is a non-profit
foundation that provides
adaptive technology to
people with disabilities.

Children and
families advisory
board to meet
The Children and Fami-
lies Advisory Board will
meet at 2 p.m., Tuesday,
Nov. 17, at the Volusia
County Lifeguard Head-
quarters and Administra-
tion Center, 515 S. Atlantic
Ave., Daytona Beach.
The board is scheduled
to elect a chair and vice
chair, establish 2010 meet-
ing dates, approve the
2009 annual report, estab-
lish funding criteria and
evaluation elements for
fiscal year 2010-2011, and
discuss recommendations
to the Volusia County
Council on the request for
proposal process.
For more information,
call (386) 736-5955, Ext.
5694 or visit www.volu-
sia.org/countycouncil/cfa
b.htm.

Votran public
hearing planned
The Volusia County
Transportation Disadvan-
taged Local Coordinating
Board will be conducting a
public hearing at 11 a.m.
Wednesday, Nov. 18, at the
Volusia County Mobility
Management Center, 950
Big Tree Road, South Day-
tona.
The primary purpose of
the board is to assist the
community transportation


coordinator (Votran) in
identifying local service
needs and providing infor-
mation, advice and direc-
tion to Votran on the coor-
dination of services to be
provided to the trans-
portation disadvantaged.
Written comments will
be accepted prior to Nov.
18, if sent to: Volusia
County Metropolitan
Planning Organization,
2570 W. International
Speedway Blvd., Suite 120,
Daytona Beach, FL 32114-
8145, attention: Carole M.
Hinkley.

Driver safety class
planned

The Sunshine Safety
Council will conduct a
"Coaching the Mature Dri-
ver" course from 9 a.m. to
4 p.m., Wednesday, Nov.
18, at the Sunshine Safety
Council, 150 N. Beach St.,
Daytona Beach.
Cost is $10.
For more information,
call (386) 253-6400 or (800)
467-7327 Ext. 123.

Thanksgiving
service slated

Christ Presbyterian
Church will hold a service
of unity and thanksgiving
at 10 a.m., Sunday, Nov,
22, 1035 West Granada
Blvd., Ormond Beach.
Following worship, they
will gather at 11:30 a.m. on
the front lawn of the
church and in the fellow-
ship hall for a community
covered-dish.
Participants should
bring their favorite holiday
side dish to share with
church family and com-
munity friends.
For more information,
call (386) 677-4076, Ext. 22
or 59, e-mail
brad@cpcob.org or
Kendra@cpcob.org.


Low-cost pet clinic
planned
The PetVet Cruiser will be at
the Rockin' Ranch, 801 S.
Nova Road, Ormond Beach,
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Mon-
day, Nov. 16 and Wednesday,
Nov. 18.
Appointments are required.
The Pets Vet Cruiser is a
state-of-the-art mobile clinic
that offers free and low-cost
spay and neuter services for
pets in the unincorporated
areas ofVolusia County.
The qualifications for serv-
ice are based on income and
have a sliding-fee scale.
For more information, call
(386) 323-3575.

Osteoporosis support
group to meet
The National Osteoporosis
Foundation of Ormond Beach
support group will meet at 4
p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 17 in the
Ormond Beach Library audi-
torium.
The topic will be "Bone
Healthy Exercises, Safe Move-
ments, Proper Posture & Body
Mechanics."
Speaker will be Dr. Jacob
Barr.
For more information or to
make a reservation, call (386)
673-3535.

Veterans' workshop
offered
The Volusia/Flagler Society
for Human Resource Man-
agement will hold a free veter-
ans employment workshop
from 9 a.m. to noon, Wednes-
day, Nov. 18, at Daytona State
College, Building 110.
They will review the differ-
ent employment laws affect-
ing veterans and employers as
well as giving tips on reinte-
grating into the civilian work-
force.
For more information, e-
mail daytonashrm
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drivers dart into conven-
ience stores or fuel their
vehicles, the City of Holly
Hill Police Department
unveiled a new public
awareness campaign
recently.
The initiative places
warning signs at gas
pumps and entrances to
convenience stores urging
customers to protect their
vehicles. In addition,
bumper stickers affixed to
all Holly Hill police vehi-
cles state: "Lock it or Lose
It! Secure your vehicle and
Remove all Valuables!"
The bold red adhesive
signs identify Florida
Statute 316.1975, which
prohibits drivers from
leaving keys in an unat-
tended motor vehicle at
any time.
The sticker signs will be
available to all area con-
venience stores and other
"quick stop" businesses
such as gas stations and
drug stores where people
are inclined to leave their
cars idling while they run
in for "just a minute."
Holly Hill Mayor Roland
Via, who assisted in devel-
oping the new initiative


and obtained City Com-
mission support, said he
hopes the awareness cam-
paign will cause customers
to think twice before leav-
ing their cars running.
"I encourage our citizens
and visitors to take these
simple measures to pro-
tect themselves. Don't
make yourself an easy tar-
get for criminals," he said.
According to Holly Hill
Police Chief Mark Barker,
75 percent of all thefts of
property from vehicles
could have been prevented
simply by locking the vehi-
cle and taking the keys.
Nationally, an estimated
25 percent of motor vehi-
cle thefts occur when own-
ers leave the keys inside an
unlocked car.
Chief Barker said that
there has been an increase
area-wide in auto thefts
from convenience store
parking lots.
"This is a crime of
opportunity, and the vast
majority could be prevent-
ed simply by locking the
vehicle when it's unat-
tended," he said.
Citizens who wish to
obtain bumper stickers or
alert signs for their busi-
ness, may call Community
Programs Officer Rommel
Scalf at (386) 249-9419.


Preventing vehicle theft and burglary
*Drivers are reminded to turn off their vehicles,
remove the keys and secure valuables out of sight any-
time they exit their vehicle. This includes when pump-
ing gas, stopping for a cup of coffee or a soda at a con-
venience store, or stepping out of the vehicle for any
reason.
*A vast majority of vehicles are stolen, not by savvy
mastermind thieves' hotwiring cars as seen in the
movies, but simply by sitting down in the unattended
vehicle and driving away with the keys that were left in
the ignition for them by the owner!
*Car thieves have learned to prey on victims by watch-
ing and waiting for an opportunity at gasoline stations,
convenience stores, take out restaurants and locations
where bills are paid.
*Victims frequently feel comfortable at these locations
leave their keys in the ignition, vehicle running, and
stepping out of the car. They believe their close proximi-
ty will provide protection for the vehicle because they are
"... only going to take a minute...". They are wrong!
*Always secure your vehicle. Remove the keys.
Remove all valuables or secure them out of sight or in the
trunk. Many victims report that a perpetrator reached
into their vehicle, grabbed their purse, laptop, or back-
pack and ran away while they stood nearby pumping
gas, or loading packages. Opportunistic thieves can
strike in an instant.
*As the holiday season approaches many persons will
be shopping, carrying packages and traveling from loca-
tion to location looking for the best deals. Be sure to
secure all packages out of sight in the trunk. Ask for an
escort if carrying items of high value when leaving the
store.
*Drivers are reminded that Florida Statutes require
them to remove the keys from their vehicle at any time
they leave it unattended; and if their vehicle is stolen
with keys they have not secured; they may be issued a
Florida Uniform Traffic Citation for the violation.
For more tips log on to http://myfloridalegal.com and
check out the crime prevention tips on the Florida Attor-
ney General Web site; or contact Holly Hill Police Depart-
ment Officer Rommel Scalf at (386) 248-9419 or visit
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to new sources of power
would create thousands of
jobs.
"We think it's ironic that
this is the 'Sunshine State'
and instead of using solar
power the legislature is
thinking about drilling off the
coast of Pensacola," he said.
"Solar power would create
jobs. You would need people
to make them and then peo-
ple to install and repair
them."
Mr. Williams says he gets
involved in community proj-
ects such as beach cleanup
to spread the word.
He said he doesn't use the
term "global warming"
because in some places, it's
actually getting colder.
"It's not global warming,
it's climate change, and it's
caused by fossil fuels," he
said. "We're trying to tell the
government that converting
to clean energy will create
jobs and protect the environ-
ment."


Mr. Williams said he hopes
to attend graduate school
next year and major in public
policy.
He said his experience with
Repower America will be
beneficial in his career.
He said he enjoys working
with Repower America
because he has always been
interested in the environ-
ment.
"When I was in high
school, I was in a public
speaking class and would
often discuss the relationship
between technology and the
environment," he said.
Residents of Volusia Coun-
ty could help do their part in
saving the environment by
encouraging the use of solar
power, Mr. Williams said.
"With the economy the
way it is, individuals are not
investing in solar panels," he
said. "The government
should set an example and
invest in solar to show they
are serious about reducing
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FRIDAY, Nov. 13

*Fall dance: This event will
be held from 2-4 p.m., Friday,
at the City Island Recreation
Center, 108 E. Orange Ave.,
Daytona Beach. Talk of the
Town and Dream will
perform. The $3 admission
includes refreshments and a
dance lesson that begins at 1
p.m.
*"Wham Barn Poetry
Slam:" This event will be
held from 7-10 p.m., Friday at
the Joan James Harris
Theater, Atlantic Center for
the Arts, 1414 Art Center
Avenue, New Smyrna Beach.
Poets may register by phone,
e-mail, or sign up that
evening at 6:30 p.m. This
event is free and open to the
pubic. For more information,
call (386) 423-1753 or e-
mail shiggins@atlanticcenter-
forthearts.org or visit the
www.atla nticcenterfort-
hearts.org.
*River Grille: "Memphis &
Me!!" featuring Randy and
Brenda MacDonald will be
performing from 5-9 p.m.,
Friday at River Grille, 950 N.
U.S. Highway 1, Ormond
Beach. For more information,
call (386) 615-2004.
*Greek festival: St.
Demetrios Greek Festival will
be held until Sunday, at 129
N. Halifax, Daytona Beach.
The festival will be held from
11 a.m.-10 p.m., Friday
through Saturday and 11
a.m.-8 p.m. Sunday. Admis-
sion is $2. Admission is $1
from 11 a.m.-4 p.m., Thurs-
day and Friday. There will be
food, dancers, exhibitors and
Greek bands. Ample parking
is available.
*Musical revue: The Kopy
Kats Musical Revue will be
held at 7:30 p.m., Friday, and
2:30 and 7:30 p.m., Satur-
day, and 2:30 p.m., Sunday,
at the Ormond Beach
Performing Arts Center. All
performers are between age
50 and 100. Tickets are $15.
For more information, call
(386) 676-3375.
*Garage sale for animals:
The first ever "Save our
Animals" garage sale will be
held from 9 a.m.-3 p.m.,
Friday to Sunday, at 2379 Old
Samsula Road, Port Orange.
The event benefits HARP's
Florida Westie Rescue
Program, Sophie's Circle and
Concerned Citizens for
Animal Welfare. All organiza-
tions are 501 C 3 non profits
located in Volusia County.

SATURDAY, Nov. 14

*Adult dance: South
See OUT, B2


Server Kaley welcomes
guests at Daisy Dukes
Southern Style Saloon &
Eatery in Daytona
Beach.















Staff photo by Wayne
Grant


Daisy Dukes offers Southemrn hospitality


By Wayne Grant
wgrant@hometownnewsol.com

DAYTONA BEACH -
With football season in full
swing, what better place to
eat than at a restaurant
with 40 flat-screen TVs?
That's what I found
recently when I ate at
Daisy Dukes Southern
Style Saloon and Eatery,
near the corner of
Williamson Boulevard and
West International Speed-
way Boulevard.
It's a comfortable, spa-
cious restaurant with a
down-home atmosphere
and plenty of good eatin'.
For those who remem-
ber the "Dukes of Hazard"
television show, it's easy to
picture Bo and Luke Duke
settling back for a good


meal while watching a
game on TV.
Offerings include pulled
pork, cheese steaks, ribs,
steaks, chicken barbeque
and plenty of sides to
choose from. Co-owner
Albert Borrero said one of
most popular items is their
pizza.
Their secret, he said, is
Mario, on e of their cooks.
"The guy just knows how
to make great pizza," Mr.
Borrero said.
Another popular item on
the menu, according to
our server that evening, is
wings, which come grilled
or fried in 10 different fla-
vors.
Located in the busy
International Speedway
corridor, the restaurant is
convenient for nearby
workers to stop for lunch.


"We have 12 menu items
at lunch for $5.99," Mr.
Borrero said. "People who
stop in should ask about
our Frequent Flier and
LocalVIP specials."
It's a fun place to be with
pool tables, video games
and dart games.
"We want to make sure
everyone has a good time,"
Mr. Borrero said.
But back to one of the
most important features:
the televisions.
"These are true, high
definition pictures," Mr.
Borrero said. "That's the
advantage of being new.
We have the latest technol-
ogy and each TV has its
own feed."
And with 40 screens,
there's not a bad seat in the
house.
"There's no better place


to watch a game," Mr. Bor-
rero said.
There's an outdoor din-
ing area, which, of course
has its own televisions, as
well as a separate dining
room for parties, also with
TVs.
There are specials for
many nights of the week,
such as pizza and drink
specials for Monday Night
Football and Ladies Night
on Thursday.
On the night of my visit, I
ordered Uncle Buck's Surf
and Turf, which came with
two sides and corn bread. I
had baked beans and wild
rice for the sides.
The filet was done per-
fectly to my taste and I also
enjoyed the skewer of deli-
cious shrimp.

See DAISY, B6


The Club Scene


*The Aquarium: Neil
Freestone will perform
acoustic '80s rock each
Friday from 5-9 p.m. The
Fabulous Slidells will
perform classic rock from 4-
8 p.m., each Saturday and
Nancy Heartline will perform
folk accoustic 4-8 p.m. each
Sunday. Aquarium nightclub
hours are Friday and Saturay
from 9:30-2:30 a.m. The
Aquarium is located at 125
Basin St., Daytona Beach.
For more information, call
(386) 255-647 or visit
www.AquariumDaytona.com
*Bank & Blues Club:
Daytona Blues Society "True
Blues" Live Jam open jam
session is held from 8 p.m.-1
a.m. each Wednesday at 701
Main St., Daytona Beach.
This nonprofit group is
dedicated to preserving and
spreading the love of blues
music. For more information
and a full events schedule,


visit the Web site at
www.DaytonaBluesSociety.or
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*Five O'Clock Charley:
This band will perform rock
'n' roll, blues and country hits
from 7-10 p.m., Friday and
Wednesday at Julian's
Landmark, 88 S. Atlantic Ave.,
Ormond Beach. The band
will perform from 9 p.m.-1
a.m., Saturday, at the Iron
Horse Saloon 1068 N. U.S.
Highway 1, Ormond Beach.
The band performs from
5:30-8:30 p.m. each Thurs-
day at Pirana Grille, 241 N. U.
S. Highway 1, Ormond
Beach. For more information,
visit
www.fiveoclockcharley.com
*Frappes North: Wine
tasting are held at 6 p.m.
the first Tuesday of each
month. Reservations are
required. Live Music Friday
Nights are held from 7-11
p.m. Expresso will perform


Friday. Frappes is located at
123 W. Granada Blvd. in
Ormond Beach. To make
reservations, call (386) 615-
4888 or visit the Web site at
www.frappesnorth.com.
*Fresh on Maine:
Saltwater Soul with pianist-
vocalist Bob Thames will be
performed from 6-10 p.m.,
Friday. Island, blues and pop
with Rick Steffen will be held
from 6-10 p.m., Saturday.
Acoustic Rock with Colton
McKenna will be held from
4-8 p.m., Sunday. Fresh on
Maine is located at 115 Main
St., Daytona Beach. For more
information, call (386) 226-
2600.
*The Garlic: Blues and jazz
musicians perform seven
nights a week. "Muddy Harp"
Hodgeson will play the blues
from 7-11 p.m., Friday and
Saturday. Thom Chambers
will also perform from 6-10
p.m., Monday and Wednes-


day. Pianist and vocalist
Michael Lamy will perform
from 6-10 p.m., Tuesday for
ladies night. He will be joined
by Linda Cole from 8-10 p.m.
Mr. Hodgson will perform
from 6-10 p.m., Sunday and
Thursday. The Garlic is
located at 556 E. Third Ave.,
New Smyrna Beach. For
more information, call (386)
424-6660.
*Hollywood Cantina:
"Ride the Vegas Express," a
Las Vegas revue will be held
at 8:30 p.m., Friday, at 116 N.
Beach St., Daytona Beach.
For more information, call
(386) 255-7827 or visit
hollywoodcantina@gmail.co
m.
*Inlet Harbor: Rattle Snake
will perform from 1-5 p.m.,
Friday. Then2Now hits the
stage at 6 p.m., Friday and
Saturday. Les B Fine will
perform at 1 p.m., Saturday.


STAR SCOPES
James Tucker
Week of 11-13-2009


Aries-March 21-April 19
Your strong belief in doing
things right is a major fac-
tor in your wonderful per-
sonal, professional and
social success. When you
get that "right" feeling
nothing can stop or slow
you down. You have an
awesome reservoir of cre-
ativity, talent and passion.
So many dreams live in
your heart. Keep on
dreaming.

Taurus-April 20-May 20
This year has been chal-
lenging. Next year has
good promise. Why?
Because you continue to
ride out the storms of life.
You never give up. This is
one of your greatest gifts.
It would be nice if you let
others do a little more for
you when needed. You
have strong instincts to
guide you when you are
open and listening.

Gemini-May 21-June 21
You know what you want.
Surrender your lower will
and ask the universe to
help you get it and it will.
It takes patience, trust and
faith in the higher power.
Make sure you have a
vision of the probable out-
come before taking action.
This inner guidance will
save a lot of frustration.
No reason to make false
starts now.

Cancer-June 22-July 22
Your heart energy is espe-
cially strong right now.
Stay psyched up. Now is
the best time to take
action on new plans. You
will be amazed at the pos-
itive results. You are less
stressed, more relaxed
and feeling better as the
result. Use this as a spring-
board to propel you for-
ward and up to your best
goals and dreams.

Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
Responsibilities continue
to increase. The key is not
to do more, but to refine
present jobs and keep
them balanced. Successful
people work the top two
or three priorities first.
They let the lesser things
wait and take action on
them only if they move up
the priority list. Your fine
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Daytona Parks and Recreation
will hold adult and senior
dances from 7- 9:30 p.m.,
Saturday, at the Piggotte
Community Center. Doors
open at 6:30 p.m. Admission
is $4 per person at the door.
The band The Sound will
perform. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 322-3070.
*Dinner/dance: Family
Promise of Volusia County will
hold its third annual
dinner/dance Saturday, at the
Brannon Center in New
Smyrna Beach. The Conti
Family will provide the music.
Dinner selection is roast pork
or chicken breast. Cost is $25


per person. There will be a
silent auction and 50/50
raffle.For more information or
for tickets, call (386) 423-
8348.
*Walk for peace: Volusia
PeaceCenter will old its fifth
"Walk for Peace" at 9 a.m.
Saturday, at the United
Church of Christ, New Smyrna
Beach. Registration is at 8:30
a.m. and the walk will begin
promptly at 9 a.m. Registra-
tion is $15 for adults and $10
for children/youth, includes a
PeaceCenter T-shirt. All
proceeds will benefit local
food banks as they prepare
for Thanksgiving. Bring a
canned food item to donate.
For more information, call
(386) 846-3932 or visit
www.VolusiaPeaceCenter.org.
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Chili & Music Festival will be
held noon-5 p.m., Saturday,
Nov. 14, at Jackie Robinson
ball park in Daytona Beach.
Participants may bring canned
pet food to the park and
receive a free drink coupon.
Tickets are $15 for adults and
$10 for children. Dogs are
welcome at this event.
Proceeds will benefit the
Halifax Humane Soceity. For
more information, call (386)
257-3172 or e-mail Laura-
landry@daytonacubs.com.
*Historical bus tour: A
scenic historical bus tour
presented by the Ormond
Beach Historical Society will
be held at 9:45 a.m., Saturday.
Bus tours leave from The
Casements parking lot, 25
Riverside Drive. This two hour
tour includes the Ormond
Scenic Loop, Fairchild Oak,
Three Chimneys Sugar Mill
Ruins, Ormond Indian Mound
and historic homes along the
way. A knowledgeable tour
guide will interpret the 30
sites on the route. Tickets are
$20 for adults, $18 for seniors
65+, $7 for ages 7 to 12, and
can be purchased at the
OBHS Welcome Center 38
East Granada Blvd. or by
phone using Visa or Master
Card. Reservations are
required as space is limited.
For more information, call
(386) 677-7005 or visit
www. ormondhistory.org.
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Arts: The exhibition "Break-
ing Boundaries: Exploration
and Collaboration" will be
held Saturday, Nov. 14 to Jan.
16, at Pabst Visitor Center &
Gallery, Atlantic Center for the
Arts, 1414 Art Center Ave.,
New Smyrna Beach. This
extraordinary collection of
works-in-progress by Master
Artists-in-Residence empha-
sizes the process of creating
art. This event is free and
open to the public. Gallery
hours are 10 a.m.-4 p.m.,
Tuesday through Friday and
10 a.m.-2 p.m., Saturday. For
more information, call (386)
427-6975 or visit
www.atla nticcenterfort-
hearts.org.
*"Wings on Wind": This
bird festival will be held from
10 a.m.-3 p.m., Saturday, at
the Marine Science Center,
100 Lighthouse Drive in
Ponce Inlet. Home to more
than 350 species of birds,
"Wings on the Wind" migrato-
ry bird festival will give visitors
the opportunity to learn more
about the wonder of bird
migration through lectures,
activities, field trips, and
educational and craft booths.
Admission to the Marine
Science Center will be free all
day. "Wings on the Wind" will
culminate with the release of
a rehabilitated seabird back
into the wild from the center's
Mary Keller Seabird Rehabili-
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Friday, November 13,2009


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Eddie Uzzle will perform from
12:30-4:30 p.m., Sunday. Steve
Hageman will perform at 5
p.m., Sunday. Mr. Uzzle will
perfrp, at 5 p.m., Monday.
Mike Caso will perform at 5
p.m., Tuesday. Carl Bernard will
perform at 5 p.m., Wednesday.
Mr. Hageman hits the stage at
5 p.m., Thursday. Inlet Harbor
is located at 133 Inlet Harbor
Road, Ponce Inlet. For more
information, call (386) 767-
5590.
*Jack's Stadium Sports Bar
& Grill: The Transfers will
perform at 9 a.m., Friday. The
Thundercats will perform at 9
p.m., Saturday. Jack's will show
the NFL Network broadcast of
the Dolphins and Panthers on
Thursday. Jack's Stadium
Sports Bar & Grill is located at
2225 S. Ridgewood Ave.,
South Daytona. For more
information, call (386) 760-
7222.
*Java Jungle: Bob Linear will
perform from 7-10 p.m., Friday.
Country artist Danny Charles
will perform several original
pieces from 7-10 p.m.,
Saturday. Robert Stewart will
make a presentation from 6-9
p.m., Monday. A Song Writers
Guild open to public will be
held from 7-10 p.m. Open Mic
Night with Wes Malone is at 7
p.m. each Thursday. Musicians,
authors, singers, poets and
composers are welcome. Java
Jungle is located at 4606 Clyde
Morris Blvd., Unit 2P, Port
Orange. For more information,
call (386) 760-8969.
*Norwood's Restaurant
and Wine Shop: Free wine
tasting are held from 5-7 p.m.
each Friday on the deck and
Saturday in the shop with
complimentary cheeses.
Norwood's is located at 400
Second Ave., New Smyrna
Beach. For more information,
call (386) 428-4621.
*Ohana Luau Dinner Show:
This dinner show spectacular
and family-style feast, with a
6:30 p.m. seating, dinner
served at 7:15 p.m. and show
time at 7:30 p.m., is held
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
at the Hawaiian Inn, 2301 S.
Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach
Shores. Participants will learn
traditional dances with
Polynesian women, warriors
and keikis (children). A flaming
fire knife dance and hula with
audience participation will be
featured. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 255-5411, Ext
186, or visit www.myohanalu-
au.com.
*Peanut's Restaurant &
Sports Bar: Free Bingo and
Comedy Auction is held at 7
p.m. each Tuesday. Mark River
performs at 8 p.m. each


Wednesday. Peanut's is home
to all NFL and college football.
Peanut's is located at 421
Flagler Ave., New Smyrna
Beach. For more information,
call (386) 423-1469.
*Peter's Wine Shop: Wine
Events are held each week.
Girlfriends Get Together is held
from 4-7 p.m. each Wednes-
day. Thursday wine tasting is
held from 5-9 p.m. Guest
wine experts pour and discuss
wine. Peter's Wine Shop
located at 1665 Dunlawton
No. 105, Port Orange. For
more information, call (386)
689-1946, e-mail
peter@peterswineshop.com or
visit
www.peterswineshop.com
*Seabreeze Coffee Connec-
tion: A hand drum circle is
held at 8 p.m. each Wednes-
day at 315 Seabreeze Blvd.,
Daytona Beach. For more
information, visit www.drum-
circle.meetup.com/327.
*Skyline 1949: Ray Guiser
will perform from 6-9 Friday.
Skyline 1949 is located at
2004 N. Dixie Freeway, New
Smyrna Beach. For more
information, call (386) 426-
5777.
*US 1 Restaurant & Grill:
Saltwater Soul with pianist-
vocalist Bob Thames will
perfrom from 6-9 p.m.
Thursday. US 1 Restaurant &
Grill is located at 2842 S.
Ridgewood Ave., South
Daytona. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 767-3471.
*Vino 100: Sample some
great California wines at the
Vino 100 Ormond Beach wine
tasting from 6-8 p.m., Friday.
Robert McCormack will
perform during the tasting. The
fee for the event is $10 per
person with full credit given
towards any same-day
purchase of $20 or more.
There is no charge for Vino
100 wine club members. For
more information, call (386)
677-9800 or visit
www.vino100ormondbeach.co
m. Vino 100 Ormond Beach is
located at 175 S. Nova Road.
*Vin'yard: The Vin'yard will
hold a wine tasting from 6-8
p.m., Thursday, at 1395 W.
Granada Blvd., Ormond Beach.
The event will include a bevy
of wines that they think will
pair well with any style of
Thanksgiving fare. Chef Patrick
will be manning the stove with
a nice warm fall dish to enjoy.
Cost is $10, which is refund-
able on any purchase of $10 or
more, food or wine. Reserva-
tions are not necessary. For
more information, call (386)
672-5223.
*Wine Warehouse New
Smyrna Beach: Free wine
tasting are held from 4-7 p.m.
each Friday at 636 Third Ave.
Six wines are tasted. For more
information, call (386) 426-
6133.


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The StarLite Princess -
one of the few authentic
paddlewheelers in the
United States is adopt-
ing a year-round schedule
and will continue to cruise
on the Halifax River in
Daytona Beach.
The Princess arrived in
Daytona in June 2009 and
had previously planned to
move south for the winter
season.
"We are happy to
announce that we are stay-
ing in Daytona with a year-
round schedule," Phil
Henderson Jr., president of
StarLite Cruises, said.
"The response to our
cruise has been exciting
and we felt that keeping
the vessel here made


Scopes
From page B1
through.

Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22
Think each day like you
have everything you desire
to live a high-quality life.
Quality is more important
than quantity. Your request
for wisdom above riches
makes the universe want
to shower you with both.
Keep your focus on peace,
love, health, faith, joy, cre-
ativity and freedom and
abundance will be added,
as well.

Libra-Sept. 23-Oct. 22
Your load in life wants to
get lighter. It's up to you to
listen to your inner feelings
and say no when your
instincts tell you to. The
tide is flowing in your favor
now. Write down the
"aha's" you hear that bring
joy to your heart. Keep
them moving forward. You
don't have to be all things
to all people anymore. Be
good to you.

Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov. 21
Keep a strong focus on
your goals right now. Enjoy


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are offered. These include
luncheon/sightseeing and
dinner dance cruises with
trips scheduled six days of
the week.
Prices range from $14.95
for a sightseeing cruise
with an optional lunch to
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admission, plus the price
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your time at the helm of
the zodiac. You always take
care of everyone else. It's
time to take care of your
self. Positive actions are
strong medicine and earn
respect, love and honor.
You can expect forward
movement, renewed joy
and abundance as your
rewards.

Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21
You have grown so much
emotionally, spiritually and
universally this year. You
are calmer, more centered
and upbeat. You are a fire
sign. Your instincts rule
your head. Trust and use
them. They are the inner
light that guides you.
Enrich your personal life.
An emotionally stable Sag
is a powerful force in life.

Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19
You have accomplished a
lot this year. It's time to
prepare next year's list.
Your confidence level is
higher than ever because
of successes this year.
Many of the results are
because of your strong,
healthy interest in life. The
passion in your soul burns
strong. Seize and savor
each moment. Many more
are soon on the way.

Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18
The artist living in your
soul demands more
expression. Just be sure to
finish old projects in pro-


and associations hold par-
ties, banquets and meet-
ings on board.
The vessel is also popu-
lar with brides because of
the ability to have both
ceremony and reception in
one location. In addition,
each captain is a notary
public and able to perform
marriage ceremonies for
patrons of the paddle-
wheeler.
The StarLite Princess
departs from 721 Ballough
Road, Daytona Beach -
behind Caribbean Jack's
Restaurant at The Logger-
head Club & Marina.
Complimentary valet
parking is offered at
Caribbean Jack's for cruise
passengers.
For more information or
to make a reservation, call
(386) 562-5550.


portion to starting new
ones. Maintain balance in
life. The deeper secrets
and mysteries of life con-
tinue to emerge and be
made known to you. This
deep well is your reward.
This is the age of Aquarius,
you know.

Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20
You are more highly
respected than you know.
For every person who com-
mends you, nine others are
thinking it. Many quote
your words of wisdom.
Why? Because you help so
many find their way in life.
Your mission is to help and
serve. This is a treasure
above great riches and the
primary source of your
happiness.

Personal services

James can help you find
your way in these chal-
lenging times. A personal
reading, an astrology
chart, exciting home or
office party, or an inspira-
tional group talk are just a
few of the services he pro-
vides. For details call (772)
334-9487 or e-mail jtuck-
xyz@aol.com.
Until next time, never give
up on your dream, your
purpose and your passion.
Keep on keeping on.


\
James Tucker
The Spirit Guide


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Photo courtesy of Carol Rosegg
The stage production of 'Junie B. Jones' comes to the Peabody Auditorium Wednesday, Nov.
18. Shown are cast members, left to right, Adam Overett, Mary Faber and Michael McCoy.

Musical 'Junie B. Jones'

comes to Peabody


For Hometown News
Volnews@hometownnewsol.com
Junie B. Jones, a musical
based on the books by Bar-
bara Park, will be performed
at 10 a.m., Wednesday, Nov.
18, at the Peabody Auditori-
um.
Outspoken, precocious,
lovable Junie B. Jones stars in
a colorful, fast-paced musical
about new friends, new glass-
es, sugar cookies, the annual
kickball tournament and
other various first-grade


angst-ridden situations.
Follow her adventures as
she writes down the story of
her life in the "top-secret per-
sonal beeswax journal."
The musical is based on
four volumes in Ms. Park's
Junie B. Jones series of books,
"Junie B., First Grade (at
last);""Junie B., Boss of
Lunch;" "Junie B., One-Man
Band" and "Top-Sercret Per-
sonal Beeswax: A Journal by
Junie B (and Me)."
The 60-minute musical is
recommended for audiences


ages 5 and up. The show was
nominated in 2006 for the
Lucille Lortel Awards for Out-
standing Musical and Out-
standing Choreography.
Junie B. Jones premiered
off-Broadway in July 2004 and
is now one of the Theatre-
works USAs most popular
productions.
Tickets may be purchased
by calling Theatreworks USA
at (800) 497-5007. For more
information, visit
www.peabodyauditorium.org


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planned

The James Harper Fine
Arts Gallery will hold a
reception for English artist
Lesley Giles from 6 to 9
p.m., Friday, Nov. 13, at 44
W. Granada Blvd., Ormond
Beach.
The public may attend.
The exhibit "Around the
Edge" will run through
November.
Ms. Giles' work explores
themes of the solitary and
the marginal. She paints all
those forgotten places and
people on the edge.
"Around The Edge" pres-
ents a view of A1A in


When Tunde's family throws him a graduation party at
their homestead in New Jersey, little do they know that
he's arranged for his long-estranged father to also
attend. Will the reunion prove to be healing...or simply
heated? Director Lanre Olabisi's heartfelt drama of
family dynamics stars lan Alsup, Dennis Rubin Green,
Joy Merriweather, Sean Phillips and Kerisse Hutchinson.
Starring: lan Alsup, Dennis Rubin Green
Director. Lanre Olabisi

,wai www.cinematique.org
August The First (2007) Fri., Nov. 13th and plays
thru Nov. 25th. Closed Thanksgiving Bookstore
Cinema,410 S. Nova Rd. Ormond Beach, FL 32174
(386) 615-8320. Recorded movie phone: (386) 252-3778
Movies Play : Fridays 7pm, Saturdays 2pm,
Wednesday 12 noon, Thursdays 7pm, each Week


Ormond Beach of gas sta-
tions and motley structures
along the edge of the ocean.
For more information,
visit james@jhfinearts.com
or call (386) 235-4264.

Daytona Playhouse
presents readers
theater

Daytona Playhouse will
hold a reading of "Pyg-
malion," the classic play by
George Bernard Shaw at 2
p.m., Sunday, Nov. 15, at
100 Jessamine Blvd., Day-
tona Beach
The reading is free for
subscribers, members and
volunteers.


Daisy
From page B1
My wife Heidi ordered The
Works cheese steak sand-
wich, which had thinly
sliced steak, mozzarella
cheese, onions, green pep-
pers and mushrooms in a
freshly toasted roll and
served with French fries.
Hard to believe, but she
said she had never had a
cheese steak sandwich. She


A $5 donation is request-
ed from the general audi-
ence.
For more information,
call (386) 255-2431 or
www.daytonaplayhouse.or
g.

Novelist to speak at
Embry-Riddle

An English professor at
Brevard Community Col-
lege, David Johansson, will
discuss his new novel "Skin
of Sunset" and the writing
process at Embry-Riddle
Aeronautical University at 7
p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 17, in
Building A, Room 109, on
Embry-Riddle's Daytona
Beach campus, 600 S. Clyde
Morris Blvd.
A book sale and auto-
graph session will follow
the presentation.
The event is free and the
public may attend.
For more information on
his novel, visit www.skinof-
sunset.com.
For more information on


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looks forward to ordering it
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Daisy Dukes is a fun and
relaxing place to enjoy a
good meal and a drink, and
I'll definitely gas up the
General Lee and come back.
The restaurant is located
at 2479 W International
Speedway Boulevard. For
information including a
menu and specials, go to
daytonadaisydukes.com or
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Out
From page B2
will be at Volusia County's
Lighthouse Point Park in
Ponce Inlet near the main
parking lot on the inlet at 3
p.m.
*Symphony society: The
Bruckner Orchestra Linz with
violinist Renaud Capucon and
conductor Dennis Russell
Davies opens the Daytona
Beach Symphony Society
2009-2010 season at 7 p.m.,


Saturday, at the Peabody
Auditorium. For more
information and to place
orders, call the Daytona
Beach Symphony Society,
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.,
Monday to Friday (386) 253-
2901.
*"Flamingo Follies": This
event is a juried holiday art
show will be held 9 a.m.-5
p.m., Saturday and Sunday,
Nov. 14 and 15, on Flagler
Avenue in New Smyrna
Beach. For more information,
call (386) 424-2175.
*Lifestyle expo: A healthy
lifestyle expo will be held
from 10a.m.-4 p.m., Saturday,
at Sunshine Park Mall 2400
S. Ridgewood Ave., South
Daytona. There will be
demonstrations, exhibitors,
mini individual sessions and
prizes. Admission and parking
are free. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 248-1868 or
e-mail kzdab@bellsouth.net
or visit
www.wholisticfairs.com/
*Hungarian Festival 2009:
This event will be held from
1-6 p.m., Saturday, at First
Presbyterian Church, 620
Grandview Ave., Daytona
Beach. Admission is free.
Authentic Hungarian music,
folk dancing, arts, crafts and
literature will all be on
display. Hungarian foods and
raffle tickets for gifts will be
sold. For more information,
call (386) 437-4629 or (386)
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Creative writing
professor to speak
John Henry Fleming, a
creative writing professor at
the University of South
Florida, will read from his
new book, "Fearsome Crea-
tures of Florida," at 2 p.m.,
Saturday, Nov. 14, at the
New Smyrna Beach
Regional Library, 1001 sS.
Dixie Freeway.
Mr. Fleming also wrote
"The Legend of the Bare-
foot Mailman" and several
short stories that have
appeared in literary jour-
nals.
This "Live in the Library"
performance, sponsored by
the Friends of the Library, is
free and the public may
attend. A book signing will
follow, and light refresh-
ments will be served.
For more information,
call (386) 424-2910.


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MBA will be 'bjom again' at Peabody


For Hometown News
Volnews@hometownnewsol.com
Bjorn Again, an ABBA
tribute band, will be on
stage at 7:30 p.m., Friday,
Nov. 20, at the Peabody
Auditorium in Daytona
Beach.
Having originated in Aus-
tralia where ABBA fever has
blazed for decades, Bjorn
Again was created in 1988
by Rod Leissle and John
Tyrrell.
Their first show was at a
small pub in Melbourne,
Australia on May 6, 1989.
The band quickly became
so successful that there are
currently five Bjorn Again
groups performing in vari-
ous parts of the world. The
tribute band's 17-year exis-
tence exceeds that of the
original ABBA.
ABBA broke up in 1982
having sold almost 400 mil-
lion records worldwide. The
group still sells two to three
million records per year,
and their songs remain on
the most requested playlists
of many radio stations.
The music of ABBA has
been re-arranged into the


successful stage musical
"Mamma Mia!" that has
toured worldwide, and has
also been turned into a
movie of the same name
starring Meryl Streep.
"Bjarn Again The ABBA
Experience" takes a light-
hearted approach to their
portrayal of ABBA, talking
to the audience in faux-
Swedish accents. They also
have stage names, which
humorously resemble the
names of the original ABBA
members.
Called "Fabulously Flaw-
less" by Rolling Stone, Bjorn
Again has been seen and
heard at more than 5,000
concerts worldwide and has
been acclaimed by the for-
mer ABBA members as
authentic and flattering.
Tickets for "Bjorn Again:
The ABBA Experience" are
now on sale and can be pur-
chased at the Peabody
Auditorium Box Office, 600
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Homemade apple pie worth all the peeling and the slicing


Hello smart shoppers.
Last week it was
special pie crust and
today it's apple and pecan
pies.
If you've never tasted a
"homemade" apple pie then
you've never tasted apple
pie. The biggest job in
making apple pie is the
peeling and the slicing. If
you followed my lead in a
past column, you have
many frozen and waiting to
be thawed.
When we first came to
Florida in 1974,1 I couldn't
seem to find any good
apples at a price I wanted to
pay. Certain apples must be
used. Others, such as
Macintosh, turn into
applesauce. What always
bothered me about apple
pies is that unless you first
poach the apples, which is
more work, once the pie was
baked there was a large
space between the filling
and the top crust.
I tried something that was
so successful; I make my
apple pies no other way.


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Canned, pie-sliced apples
are wonderful. I don't mean
pie filling that is seasoned, I
mean just apples in water.
They are made by many
companies and are sold in
most supermarkets.
No time for stories today,
holiday recipes are a must.
Next week, "It's turkey
time!"

APPLE PIE
makes one 9-inch pie

If you choose to use fresh
apples you must use a tart
firm apple. Varieties such
as golden delicious,
Cortland, Braeburn,
Spartan and Granny Smith
are your best choices.

1-1/2 cans (20-ounce)
sliced apples drained, or


five to seven tart apples,
peeled, cored, and thinly
sliced
3/4-cup sugar (or use
1/2
sugar and 1/2 Splenda
sugar substitute)
1/4-cup dark brown
sugar
(packed)
1 tablespoon flour
1/2-teaspoon cinnamon
Dash nutmeg
Dash salt
1 tablespoon lemon
juice
2 tablespoons butter or
butter substitute

Roll out dough to fit a 9-
inch pie pan. Trim even
with rim of pan.
Mix all ingredients
except butter together and
add to apples. Place in
prepared pan, dot with
butter. Roll top crust and
place on top of apples.
Trim with scissors so crust
extends 1/2-inch beyond
rim. Carefully lift top crust
around edges and moisten
bottom crust with water.


Fold top crust over bottom
crust and press together.
Flute edges to create a
rippled effect with your
fingers or press all around
with the tines of a fork.
Using scissors, cut slits
or curved slits to resemble
a tree branch with leaves
in the top crust. Brush
crust with milk and
sprinkle generously with
sugar. Do not put milk or
sugar on the edges.
Bake on a cookie sheet
in the lower third of a
preheated 425-degree
oven for 10 minutes.
Lower temperature to 350
and continue baking for 30
minutes until crust is
golden and filling is
bubbly.
To save pie for future
use, prepare but do not slit
crust or brush with milk.
Freeze unbaked.
To use, thaw for three to
five hours on countertop
or overnight in the refrig-
erator. Bake as directed. If
pie is still frozen simply
bake a little longer until
bubbly.
To make many pies
triple the Shaker pie crust
recipe.
The following will make
approximately 1 large, 4
medium and 1 small apple
pie, along with enough
dough for at least 2
pumpkin pies and some


pie crust cookies.

7 20-ounce cans sliced
apples, drained
4 cups sugar (or use 1/2
sugar and 1/2 Splenda
sugar substitute)
3/4-cups dark brown
sugar, packed
1-1/2 teaspoons salt
1 cup flour
1 tablespoon cinnamon
1/2-teaspoon nutmeg
Juice of 1-1/2 lemons
2 tablespoons butter or
butter substitute for each
pie

Follow above instructions.
Do not mix ingredients with
apples until crusts are
prepared the sugars and
salt will produce too much
liquid.

PECAN PIE

High fat, high cholesterol,
this must be a "special
occasion" dessert.

3 large eggs
1 cup light corn syrup
1 cup sugar
2 tablespoons melted
butter or Smart Balance
butter substitute
2-1/2 teaspoons vanilla
Dash of salt
1 cup pecan halves or
pieces (pieces make it
easier to cut the pie)
1 unbaked deep dish 9-


inch pie shell (homemade
or frozen)

Using a whisk, beat eggs
slightly. Add next five
ingredients, then nuts. Pour
into pie shell.
Bake on a cookie sheet in
a 400-degree oven 15
minutes. Lower tempera-
ture to 350, continue baking
30 to 35 minutes. Filling
should be slightly less set in
center than around edges.
Cool, chill and serve with
whipped cream, topping or
vanilla ice cream.

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From page B6
257-771164.
*"Paw-Tea": The communi-
ty's first "Paw-Tea," a special
(and sometimes silly)
fundraiser to benefit the
Animal Rescue Konsortium,
Inc., will be held at 4 p.m.,
Saturday, at the The Book-
store Cafe, 410 S. Nova Road,
Ormond Beach. Scheduled
activities will include a puppy
parade and a bunny hop
presented by a local foster
families and Daytona Beach
Chapter of Gainesville Rabbit
Rescue. Traditional tea
sandwiches and desserts will
be served to guests followed
by a showing of "Fuzzy Little
People," a documentary-short
film by local director Gary
Lester about the plight of
shelter animals. Raffle tickets
for a variety of donated
baskets and gifts will also be
available for sale. A donation
of $9.50 per person is
requested, and reservations
are required. (386) 615-8320.
www.OrmondBooks.com.
Donations are tax deductible
and can be made at the
Animal Rescue Konsortium,
Inc. Web site: www.arkfl.res-
cuegroups.org.
*Chinese auction: The
Ormond Beach Elks 2193
Ladies Auxiliary will be
celebrating its 18th annual
Chinese auction at 7 p.m.
Saturday, Nov. 14. Doors open
at 4 p.m. Many local mer-
chants contributeprizes such


as hotel stays, restaurant gift
cards, golf course times,novel-
ty stores and more. The
proceeds go to the Elks
Children Therapies Services.
They have mobile units that
visit children who can't orcan't
afford to get to a physical or
occupational therapist. For
more information, call (386)
672-5827 or (386) 441-8151.
*Pancake breakfast: Hope
Lutheran Church will hold an
all you can eat pancake
breakfast from 8-11 a.m.,
Saturday, at 594 N.
Williamson Blvd., Daytona
Beach. Cost is 4 per person.
Proceeds will benefit church
activities in our community.
*Yard sale: The Halifax
Rowing Society will hold a
yard sale from 8 a.m.-2 p.m.,
Saturday, at City Island
Parkway, City Island, Daytona
Beach. The boathouse is
located between the court-
house and city library and
adjacent to the Saturday
Morning Farmer's Market.
More than 100 members have
donated articles to be sold
with proceeds to benefit
boathouse improvements. For
more information, call (386)
290-9700.
*Pancake breakfast:
Spruce Creek High School's
Lady Hawks Basketball
Program will hold a pancake
breakfast from 8-10:30 a.m.,
Saturday, at Aunt Catfish's
Restaurant. Cost is $5 per
person.
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With artificial, you may feel like 'sir cast-a-lot'


Before I took a week
off to hawk my new
book, I promised to
get back to beginning with
artificial baits. I had
mentioned some plugs
that are tried and true and
reiterated my confidence
in the soft tail shrimp jig.
Aside from chartreuse
you would be wise to own
tails in white, yellow,
motor oil root beer and red
and white. I did not talk
about spoons, but every
tackle box should have a
small silver and gold
spoon.
If you fish from jetty or
pier, you will need some
Sea Hawk, clothespin-type
lures. They are heavy and


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Daytona Beach. Donation is
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group's annual Black Bowl
Competition and other
projects. For more information
call (386) 760-8907 or (386)


will stay down in the water
column. Those are also
great for the surf when the
blues or mackerel are in
close.
I can't stress enough the
importance of casting into
the current to allow your
lure to wash back toward
you.
Predatory fish sit looking
into the current for food to
come to them. You will
catch fish casting against
the tide, but retrieving


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Robbie O'Connell's Pub will
hold a fundraiser for Arthaus
from 6-10 p.m., Sunday, at the
pub, 530 Seabreeze Blvd.,
Daytona Beach. The event will
be held upstairs. All beverage
sales will be donated by the
pub to the Arthaus Founda-
tion, a non-profit that encour-
ages young artists. There will
also be raffle of a Matt Knopf
original painting. For more
information, visit
www.arthaus.org or e-mail
ctappan@arthaus.org.
MONDAY, NOV. 16


with the current is always
best. Fishing a swift flow
with a top water lure is
difficult. The added speed
will make it near impossi-
ble to get a natural looking
presentation.
If you find yourself in a
fast running stream, go to
your jig. In some cases all
you will have to do is toss
your bait upstream and
just allow the water to
provide the action. When
you take up the slack
many times you will
already be hooked up.
If you are a new user of
artificial, you may tire
from all of the casting and
retrieving that is required.
A good light, smooth


*Afternoon at the
movies: The Port Orange
Regional Library will show
the film "Easy Virtue" at 2
p.m., Monday in the library
auditorium, 1005 City
Center Circle. This film is
rated Pg-13 and is 97
minutes. A young English-
man marries a glamorous
American. When he brings
her home to meet the
parents she arrives like a
blast from the future. Jessica
Biel and Ben Barnes star. For
more information, call (386)
322-5152 Ext.4.
TUESDAY, NOV. 17


working rod and reel will
help relieve some of the
stress from your arm and
wrist. A few ounces means
a lot when you are making
a couple of hundred casts.
If you find yourself
tiring, reduce your num-
ber of casts by only
throwing to fish you can
see. Sight fishing is a big
part of casting lures. Watch
the water. Learn the
movement of a trout or red
or mullet. Any subtle
variation in surface
tension is a good target. Of
course, nervous baitfish or
feeding predators deserve
several casts.
As a beginner your best
targets will be blue fish,


*Library presentation:
The Friends of the Ormond
Beach Library will hold
"Marjorie Rawlings" at 2
p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 17.
Presenter will be Karen
Devos. The presentation will
be in the Ormond Beach
Library Auditorium, 30 S.
Beach St. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 441-0685.
*Shopper's Night Extrav-
aganza: This event will be
held from 4-9 p.m., Tuesday,
November 17, at Temple
Beth El, 579 N. Nova Road,
Ormond Beach. There will
be everything from candles
to toys, food, raffles and


jacks and ladyfish. Those
three indiscriminate
eaters require little finesse.
When they are in feeding
mode you will have
success by throwing most
any lure near them. There
is no incentive to continue
casting like catching a few
fish.
Remember when you go
to buy your tackle, most of
the artificial baits you see
in the stores will never
catch a fish and are there
to catch you. Stick with the
time tested lures. You
know the great part about
becoming a lure fisherman
is that you can fish any
time for a few minutes or
an hour with little prepa-


more. For more information,


more. For more information,
call (386) 615-9648.

WEDNESDAY, Nov. 18

*Walk: The Happy Wan-
derers will hold a free 5k
fun walk at 6 p.m.,
Wednesday, Nov. 18, at
Nova Park, Nova Road in
Ormond Beach. Cost is $3.
For more information, call
(386) 788-4026, (386) 676-
9863 or visit www.happy-
wanderersfl.org
THURSDAY, Nov. 19

*Gardening class: A free


ration or fuss. I leave the
house with a rod and two
or three baits in my
pocket, and I can fish
anywhere, anytime. Think
of the money and mess
you will save by not having
to buy fresh bait constant-
ly. Have a little patience
and gain some confidence
and you will never look
back.

Dan Smith has fished the
waters of Volusia County
for more than 40 years, e-
mail questions and com-
ments to apesl23@myblue-
light.com. His book, "I
Swear the Snook
Drowned," is available for
$10.95 at (386) 441-7793.


casual gardening classes will
be held at 1 p.m., Thursday,
at the Ormond Beach
Regional Library, 30 S.
Beach St. The topic will be
cold protection and wild-
flowers. Classes are present-
ed byVolusia County's
master gardeners and
extension agents. Pre-
registration is not required.
For more information, call
(386) 257-6012 in Daytona
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The Palm Beach
Princess is owned and
operated by Palm Beach
Casino Line. The casino
offers all of the amenities


of a modern-day Las
Vegas-style casino, sur-
rounded by the ambiance
of a cruise ship. The casi-
no includes more than
300 slots machines, 30
popular table games,
including roulette and
craps offered by no other
south Florida casino, and
a full wagering Sports
Book. The ship also offers
an all-inclusive grand
buffet, high-quality live
musical and theatrical
entertainment, thera-
peutic facial and mas-
sage treatments, a swim-
ming pool, skeet
shooting and free drinks
while gaming.
The ship sets sail from
the Port of Palm Beach
twice daily.
*Not valid for liquor or
cigarettes purchased in
the gift boutique.

For information, call
Palm Beach Princess at
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Hobe Sound course offers challenge, beauty (6F,


If there is one thing I
despise, it's a golf
course overrun with
homes.
When Lost Lake Golf
Club opened in 1992, it
was cut through pristine
wetlands in Hobe Sound.
The Jim and Tom Fazio-
designed course featured
tons of nature. No two
holes ran side-by-side,
making each stand apart.
One of the problems with
today's new courses is that
they are often an amenity
for a developer, meaning
that along with fairways
and greens, come roads
and homes.
I first played Lost Lake
in 1995 and fell in love
with it. Over the years, as
the development matured,
homes and roads went up
where many trees once
stood. As the homes went
up, the fairways felt
narrower. The greens lost
some of the framing they
had to aid your approach
shots. I fell out of love with
the course.
A few weeks ago, I
traveled back to Lost Lake
to see how time had
treated her. Many of the
scars I remembered from
my last time out have
disappeared. As the course
has matured, the trees and
landscaping put up when
the homes were complet-
ed has grown in and taken
hold. The holes where I
remember feeling like I
was playing from some-
one's back yard no longer
feel that way. I enjoyed
playing the course once
again.
Lost Lake Golf Club is a
semi-private club with five
sets of tees to challenge
golfers of any ability. From
the back tees the course
measures a shortish 6,850
yards. Not long by today's
standards, but you need to
remember this is a Fazio
masterpiece that carries a
slope rating of 135.


The landing areas are
tight and there are several
forced carries with water
coming into play on 13
holes. You simply cannot
miss fairways if you hope
to conquer this layout.
The greens are filled
with bumps and hills,
forcing you to be on your
game with the flat stick, as
well. The tournament tees
play to 6,481 yards,
followed by the club,
senior and forward tees,
which play to 6,045, 5,574
and 5,106 yards, respec-
tively.
One thing I always like
to see on a course is a
drivable par-4 and a
reachable par-5. Well,
reachable for golfers of
most abilities, that is. The
fourth hole measures 340
from the back tees and
practically begs you to
drive the green. Tempta-
tion does come with a
price should you miss
right, where water runs
the length of the hole.
The seventh hole is a
very reachable par-5,
playing a mere 485 yards
from the tips. After a solid
drive, golfers have to
ignore the beautiful rock
waterfall short and left of
the elevated green and
thread their approach
between that and a large
oak behind and right if
they hope to make an easy
birdie or perhaps an eagle.
The front-nine closes
with one of the best par-4s
on the course. The 413-
yard hole demands an
exacting tee shot. From
there, it's an approach to a
green framed by a large
hill with the beautiful
clubhouse sitting behind.


The back-nine begins
with a twisty par-5. To
reach the 10th hole in two,
golfers must hit a long
drive and then dare to
carry a large lake to a
small, narrow green
perched atop a sizable hill.
Even laying up takes
serious concentration as
you must aim well away
from the green and hit a
precise shot to a narrow-
ing fairway.
Lost Lake's closing holes
are some of the best in the
area. The par-3 16th looks
easy from the tee, but miss
this small green and you
will pay dearly. Seventeen
isn't long, but its green is
deep and severely sloped.
Golfers need to make sure
they hit their approach
shots to the proper level or
risk three-putting.
At 441 yards from the
tips, the 18th is a monster.
Wayward drives wind up
in the marshlands or deep
rough. Just like the ninth


hole, number 18 has its
green tucked into a
hillside with several
bunkers protecting it.
After putting out it's a
short walk over to a well-
deserved beverage at the
clubhouse.
I had a great time
playing Lost Lake for the
first time in many years.
I'm so pleased to see that
the course has matured
nicely. The staff is as
friendly as ever and the
conditioning of the course
was superb, just as I
remember it.
Call the Lost Lake Golf
Club pro shop at (772)
220-6666 or visit
www.lostlakegolfclub.com.

James Stammer has been
an avid golfer and golf
enthusiast for 30 years. He
hosts the Tuesday Night
Golf Show on WPSL 1590-
AM radio station. Contact
him at
jstammer@yahoo.com.


Ladies Golf Store
IS THIS YOU? Saturday Nov. 14
* Your golf gloves, hat, shoes, clubs and bag all match
* You ask where the cocktails are and it's only the first hole
* You are wearing at least ONE piece of BLING on the course
* As a beginner you don't want to play golf with your significant other
If you answered "That's Me!"
you will have great fun joining the Swing Diva Club
"Whe G fad Glor !"
Join the Swing Diva Club for beginners &



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THE DAYTONA BEACH
COMIC AND TOY SHOW
FALL 2009


WHERE: Holiday Inn &
Suites, 930 N. Atlantic
Ave. (A1A), Daytona
Beach.

WHEN: 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Sunday, Nov. 15.

COST: Free (parking too)

WHAT: 18 vendors,
maybe more, will be
selling dirt-cheap to
high-end comics, toys,
DVDs and other memo-
rabilia. In addition to
counseling and signing
by Spider-Man illustra-
tor Alex Saviuk of Port
Orange, Martin Pierro,
writer/publisher of the
fairly fledgling Cosmic
Times (www.cosmic-
times.net), will be
selling issues 1 & 2 of his
flagship Arthur: The
Legend Continues series
and exposing the
masses to some new
projects. He'll also be
interviewing prospec-
tive writers and artists
at the show, so bring
your portfolio. The third
featured guest will be
writer/illustrator/direc-
tor Bill Black, who
founded AC Comics
(www.accomics.com) in
Longwood in 1982 and,
before that, Paragon
Publishing in 1969 a
full 40 years in the


publishing biz. His
signature series, FEM-
FORCE, debuted 25
years ago and reached
its 150th issue this year.
Black is also known for
more than three
decades of making
schlocky movies like
Bloodsuckers from Outer
Space, Blue Bulleteer -
Captured by the Cloak
and how could you
forget Stormy Tempest:
Attack of the Giantess?
Black's still turning out
the celluloid. At this
year's show, he'll be
shooting scenes for a
film. If you're game for a
slot as an extra, be
prepared to react to a
giant gorilla running
loose in the comics
show. That gorilla,
named Satan, appears
in the movie The Return
of Nyoka The Jungle Girl,
which will be released at
the show. The gorilla,
played by Chris Casteel,
allegedly will be auto-
graphing new DVD
purchases in exchange
for a banana. For more
information, go to World
of Comics, 2133 S.
Ridgewood Ave., South
Daytona, call (386) 760-
0555 or visit
http://home.att.net/-sl
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It's Mainland vs. Seabreeze tonight


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DAYTONA BEACH -
Municipal Stadium will
tonight host the latest
match-up in one of the
state's biggest high school
football rivalries the
Mainland Bucaneers vs.
the Seabreeze Sandcrabs.
"This is just one of the
greatest," said Mainland
head coach John Maronto.
"We are ranked as one of
the top 33 high school
football rivalries in the
nation. It just speaks for
itself."
Seabreeze quarterback
Matt Thompson is also
fired up.
"It is just big," Thomp-
son said. "Everyone knows
each other and grew up
together. It's almost like
you are fighting your
brother."
There are many reasons
other than just proximity
for the rivalry.
In the early part of the
last century, the two
schools were one Day-
tona High School. It's
mascot was the Bucca-
neers as Mainland's is
today.
Both Schools usee
Municipal Stadium, with
10,000 seats, as their
home field. And both
teams are headed
to the playoffs.
The Buccaneers
(7-2) are the district
2-6A champions and
the Sandcrabs (6-3) are
the district 13-5A runner-
up.
So, how will tonight's
game shape up?
Seabreeze's Thompson is
a dual threat (1,883 pass-
ing yards with 19 touch-
downs and five intercep-
tions add 497 rushing
yards and five touch-
downs). Thompson has
plenty of help in running
back Brian Young (580
rushing yards and six
touchdowns, 244 receiving
yards with two touch-
downs) and receivers


PWtrouble."
The Buccaneers defense
is led by Antwone McGuire
(60 tackles, seven sacks).
He also has plenty of help
with Cortez Davis (three
interceptions), Ricardo
Allen (40 tackles, one
interception), Anthony
Hamm (58 tackles, two
sacks), Kenneth Kirksey
(54 tackles and five sacks),
and Mike Squillocote (58


tackles).
The Bucs allow 13.2
points per game while the
'Crabs


Dominique Roberts (323
receiving yards and five
touchdowns), Devonte
Mack (418 receiving yards
and five tou( hIln ,i n, i.
John Christophei ::
receiving yards mind .-
five touchdo n-i i'.
and Bret Kramri *' ,
(catches for 30" /
yards and two i"
touchdowns).
"They have a
lot of weapons
and can put up a
lot of points,"
Coach Maronto
said. "Ii all
starts wni i



Thomp-
son. He i, Ih"I IInt i, "
Seabrer/ hi..I 11. hl
Marc Beach said h, i,- nuil
expecting an easy \\\ i
"It all starts ott with us
blocking up front," he said.
"If we can protect I think
that we will have a
chance. If
we m


as explosive offensively,"
Coach Beach said. "We
have to limit the big play.
If, we can do that we will
he OK."
The 'Crabs secondary
nu4t cover Ross and Davis.
'Our defense has to
,iop the homerun ball,"
S ,eabreeze wide receiv-
er Roberts said. "They
can beat you with the
pass or the run. You
never know what
they will do. They
have so much talent."
The Bucs offensive
line is massive and
more experienced than
'" ,,abreeze's defensive
, 'l l m t.
We have a veteran and
,trong offensive line and
good receivers," Coach
Maronto said. "We just
have to play mistake-
free football."
Latharius Giles (43 tack-
les and three intercep-
tions) has become the play
maker in the Crabs sec-
ondary.
The Crabs are led defen-
sively by Chris Banks (80
tackles, 2.5 sacks). Team-
mates Aquieth Bradshaw
(65 tackles, 1.5 sacks) and
Austin Brenham (48 tack-
les, 4.5 sacks) will be
counted on to help stop
Lane and Bell.
Seabreeze's defense
gives up 20.3 points per
game while Mainland
scores 30.3 points per con-
test.
On the special teams,
Mainland's Jonathan
Linkenheimer (23/29 extra
points, 3/7 field goals with
a long of 49 yards) has a
strong leg but Seabreeze's
Shelton Jackson (30/35
extra points, 7/9 field goals
and a long of 42 yards) is
more accurate.
With the teams being so
closely matched,
it is hard to predict a win-
ner for tonight, but one
thing's for sure, it's going
to be a close and exciting
game and will go a long
way in continuing this
great rivalry.


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B-12 lot 209 on hill facing
East. $500 for both.
386-767-8798
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of Tranquility,value $5500
Asking $3500. 386-
672-6234; 386-451-8202
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Cemetery plots Exclusive
section. 2 side by side.
Value $6000 Asking
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Park. Garden of Crucifix.
1 lot 2 spaces, $2000
each. 386-677-0605


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Living/ Medical/ Coun-
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Social worker on staff.
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BIRDS, 2 Cockatiels, 6
months old, grey w/
yellow and white, $30 ea.
386-441-9366 VOL


CHIHUAHUA PUPPY
1 left! Cute black male.
AKC.15 weeks old. Good
temperament, loves to
snuggle, playful. Mother
on premises. $200. Must
go to good home only.
Call 772-985-6895
RAT TERRIER pups.
UKCI Great small family
pets. Vet checked Exc
quality, tri-color, credit
cards accepted $300.
352-486-8690


ADOPTION 888-812-
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paid. Choose a Loving,
Financially Secure fami-
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& Confidential. (24
hours/ 7 days), Attorney
Amy Hickman, (Lic#
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PREGNANT? A married
couple seeks to adopt.
Financial security. Ex-
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Ernie (ask for Michelle/
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personal visit. Hand out
your gifts, pose for pics,
lead in a rousing chorus
of jingle bells. Discounts
avail. Call 386-322-5496


CASH FOR VINYL Re-
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paid today! 386-566-3282
OLD GUITARS Wanted!
Fender,Gibson,Gretsch,
Martin D'Angelico,
Stromberg,Rickenbacker,
& Mosrite, Gibson
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SHIH TZU BABIES! 4
Males. Auburn & white, &
1 black & white CKC,
health certs, shots, $325.
386-265-4087 see photo
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ROTOTILLER- Need
working garden rototiller.
Looks don't matter, must
run well 386-341-1895
WANTED DIABETES
Test Strips Any Kind/Any
brand Unexpired. Pay up
to $16.00 per box.
Shipping Paid. Call 713-
395-1106 or 713-343-
3050 ext. 1. www.
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WANTED DIABETES
Test Strips: Any Kind/Any
Brand. Unexpired. Pay up
to $16/ Box. Shipping
Paid. Call 713-395-1106
or 832-620-4497 ext.11
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WANTED JUNK CARS
Running or not $150 &
up. We pay cash! 24-hrs.
Call 321-631-0111




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MULTI FAMILY
Sat Nov.14th 8am to 4pm.
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Domestic and exotic pets.
Many years of experience.
Daily visits or 24 hr. service.
Licensed Bonded
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Plus *o
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DISHWASHER FRIGID-
AIRE, stainless steel,
model PLD4555rfc. Used
5 times, (new $600.)
$300 obo 386-846-6581



30" GAS STOVE, by
Frigidaire. White. Very
clean, like new. $100
386-383-6672
AIR CONDITIONER,
12000 BTU, remote
controled, $175
386-767-5840 VOL
ALBUMS vinyl, Be My
Love, Mario Lanza, Mil-
lion dollar Memories, $10
both, 386-760-5292
ART STORAGE, taboret,
holds artist supplies in
wood cabinet, $50,
386-676-1363 VOL
BASEBALL CARDS, 1
box, assorted, 2500,
years'91-'96, $100
386-257-8620 VOL
BEANIE BABIES, Box of
beanie babies, over 100,
$50 takes them all
386-633-7515 VOL
BED FRAME, Queen
solid pine, headboard,
footboard, rails and slats,
fl7t 000 A97 t-t,1,) \/11


BEDS, QUEEN, dark
walnut, poster bed, $125,
super single water bed,
$75, 386-756-5044
BENCH SAW, 10", 9"
band saw, 16" variable
speed scroll saw, all for
$200, 386-760-0184 VOL
BICYCLE, LADIES,
Huffy, new, $65
386-852-5017 VOL
BICYCLE, MENS 26"
mountain bike, dual
shocks, good cond, $35
386-258-3562 VOL
BICYCLE, SCHWINN,
means collegiate model, 3
speed, new tires, exc.
cond. $95. 386-426-2944
BLENDER, MAGIC
Bullet, never used, $47,
6' wooden ladder, $20
386-290-8433 VOL
BOOK, X-RAY position
books, 3 volume set, ex-
cellent condition, $19
386-236-8827 VOL
BOOTS, HUNTERS
camo leg snake boots,
$20 pr, lettering pen nibs
$125, 386-673-0468
BOX FREEZER, like


CAMERA- CANON REB-
EL 35MM w/tripod, &
flash needs battery $90.
386-265-4171
CANOE with accesso-
ries. $200.
386-673-8214
CEILING FAN, white,
42", like new, $25 obo,
ass. comtempary
pictures, all $100,
386-322-2512
CHAIRS, (6) high back,
medium oak, padded
seats, $1000 value, $200
obo 386-453-7900 VOL
CHAIRS, 3 maple, pad-
ded seats, $20 all, bicycle
20" wheel, ex. cond. $20
386-756-2741 VOL
CHEVY MAGS 14" w
center caps, off 1981
Monte Carlo SS $199.
386-689-4670
CHRISTMAS decoration
lifesize Mr. & Mrs. Santa
Claus standing dolls.
$200 both 386-846-1698
CHRISTMAS TREE 6'
prelit Evergreen. Great
Cond. $12 386-756-7890
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COMPUTER, HI-YIELD
color, copier scanner, fax
machine, $150 obo
386-663-7173 VOL
CRIB W/ mattress, Jenny
Lind style, dark wood,
$40, 386-423-1604 VOL
CRIB, wooden &
mattress, converts to
youth bed, excellent cond
$75, 386-677-5024 VOL
CURIO CABINET, wall
hanging, glass doors, 30
slots, ex. cond. $50
386-756-2273 VOL
CURTAIN RODS, 3,
natural wood, w/ brackets
to mount, has ball on end
$65 obo, 386-589-2680
DAY BED, w/ mattress
and box spring, sheets,
$150, 386-671-7553 VOL
DAYBED, twin mattress
& boxspring, $100;
computer desk & chair,
$150. 386-453-3893
DEHYDRATOR, W/ extra
trays, dry your own fruit,
make your own beef jerky
$30, 386-673-4427 VOL
DESK, LARGE,
computer desk & chair,
light wood, very good
cond, $75, 386-761-0340


DISHWASHER WHITE
new condition. $125/obo
407-310-3550 Edgewater
Entertainment Center
Oak with side glass doors
$75. 2 curio cabinets
$100 386-316-2445
GOLF CLUBS, nice set,
includes bag cover and
cart, all for $30, call Roy
386-423-2646 VOL
GPS, PERSONAL travel
assistant, $80 obo, VFW
3282, $10 obo
386-427-8040 VOL
HEADBOARD, TWIN,
wood, footboard, & metal
frame, very good cond.
$20, 386-427-0436 VOL
HURRICANE PANELS,
$100, 386-235-6907 VOL
KICKER COMPS, 2, 12"
in custom camera box,
$200, 386-453-7417
LAWN MOWER, Honda,
self propelled, 21" cut,
very good condition, $110
386-252-8356 VOL
LAWN MOWER, riding
lawn mower, 11hp,
Craftsman, asking $150
386-676-0784 VOL
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LOVE SEAT, Lazy Boy,
beige soft floral print w/ 2
throw pillows, $199
386-242-6196 VOL
LOVE SEAT, Plaid
double reclining, w/
pillows, $25, 6 gal. tank
$10, 910-922-3511 VOL
MAGS, 15X17, 5 bolt
pattern, paid $600 asking
$199, 386-428-5667
MIRRORS, 12, 6'x8", $15
386-763-2000 VOL
MIXER, WOLFGANG, 4-
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w/ attachments, good
cond, $45 386-673-6606
MOTOR- Yamaha 9.5HP
outboard, $150. Seely
Mattress twin, new, $50.
386-682-3118
OIL DRUM, plastic, 63
gallon, has 43 gallons of
#2 fuel oil, $90
386-672-4255 VOL

PATIO SET, heavy
aluminum, glass top, w/ 4
chairs, $50 obo
386-304-9120 VOL
PET CARRIER, mesh
carrier for travel, black,
new up to 151bs, for easy
travel, $25 516-819-3570


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B1 4 Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill


Hometown News


Friday, November 13, 2009


- REAL ESTATE FOR SALE

OPPORTUNITY [1ac1 tIu 70i |
PUBLISHERS NOTICE f Sl Hm e
All rental and real estate ad- POLK CITY: IRS Public
vertising in the Hometown Auction, 10:00am NEW SMYRNA 55+
News is subject to the Feder- 11/12/09, Residental KINGS LAKE, remodeled 2/1. New P-
al Fair Housing Law which Real Estate 3br/2ba, .30 a 55+ laminate floors new Pa
makes it illegal to advertise lot. 1,536sf, 5350 kitchen & bath. Enclosed 2/
any preference limitations or acre lot. 1,536sf, 5350 Sun Homes kitchen ah s M
discrimination based on race Golden Gate Blvd. Polk Community patio 118 Red Oak Circle
sex, handicap, familial status City, FL 33868-9076 Is. under nw 6500. 716-560-6912 c
or national origin or any in- $24,000 Sharon Sullivan management & has ORMOND BCHCOZY of
ence mtaon ormake such prefer- 954-654-9899 new weekend hours. 55+ COMMUNITIES. $1
tion In addition, the Fair wwwissaes.qov Sat 9AM-2PM! 2/1 Great split plan,
Housing Ordinance prohibits Spectacular enclosed porch. Move in S(
discrimination based on age, I i 'i 2 & 3 bedroom water- rent free until 2010! other $7
marital status, sexual orien- front homes available! homes $2900-$39,900. fir
station, gender identity, or ex- *SPRUCE CREEK 386-672-1276 / 451-4018 ca
pression We will not not
knowingly accept any adver- FLY-IN Gated Comm. Call (888) 895-8625 to ORMOND- Pet Friendly sh
tising which is in violation of 2/2/2, new carpet, on golf come see your new 1985 Palm Harbor, many 38
the law All persons are her- course, $199,900 or Rent home today! upgrades, 2/2 Gated
by informed that all dwellings $1,050/mo. The sales office is o- upg Screen orch S
are available on an equal VENETIAN BAY 3/2/2 cated at 369 Kings commrt, screen porch, fu
basis Formal Dr, On Lake, Lake Drive, DeBary $a t00p5059 lbh6757 sc
Reduced $295,000. Florida 32713. $24,500 502-529-6757 s
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NEW SMYRNA BEACH
209 Saludo Street
OPEN NOVEMBER 21st
11AM 2 PM
3Br/2Ba/lcg, CBS, new
roof, new a/c, all porce-
lain tile, sunroom over-
looks beautiful yard. 1/2
block from intercoastal, 4
blocks from beach
$249,900. 386-478-8194/
772-226-5228


386-428-5816
EDGEWATER 1-br/1-ba
fireplace, tiled, large
fenced yard, fruit trees.
Bonus: additional income
producing rental cottage
on property $88,000 Call
386-427-6532
FORECLOSED HOME
Auction 300+ Florida
Homes Auction: Dec 5
REDC / View Full Listings
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No. CQ1031187
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COCOA: IRS Public Auc- FORECLOSED ONLINE
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Commercial Condomini- Homes/ BIDS Open
um, Warehouse with At- 11/16 Open House: 11/7,
tached Office. 3815 North 14 & 15 View Full List-
US 1, Unit 24, Cocoa, FL ings & Details Auction
32926 Sharon Sullivan .com REDC/ Brkr
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Homes/ BIDS Open course, $199,900.
11/16 Open House: 11/7, White Real Estate
14 & 15 View Full List- 386-428-5816
ings & Details Auction
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MELBOURNE: New Hor-
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WHEEL DEALS!! an Adult Park From
SPECIAL RATES $31,995 Call Carolyn for
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HOMETOWN NEWS Lot Rental at
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Daytona Beach 5bdrm
home. minutes from
International/95. Students
welcome.Rooms $440mo
or bi-wkly + $100 deposit.
Utilities, satellite TV, w/d
incl. ALSO, 2bdrm house
good location, Holly Hill
$125/wk or $500/mo incls
utilities, w/d, Directv. 386-
527-4677; 523-8786
HOLLY HILL, Professio-
nal to share 3/1 home.
Nice neighborhood,
$450/ mo + utilities. No
pets, no smoking. Back-
ground check. 386-
239-8675, Iv message.
PORT ORANGE utilities
included, TV, microwave,
Frig, pool. laundry,
Non-smoker, No Pets.
$450/mo + deposit. Refs
required. Couple OK. Call
Fred, 386-837-3571
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DAYTONA BEACHSIDE
Furn. efficiency, 2nd fir.
Ideal for 1 person, quiet,
mostly adults occupants,
incl. water, heat & pest.
$425 + sec. No pets.
386-253-1016.

DAYTONA Top Floor.
Renovated lbdrm, 1.5ba,
furnished. Great view,
Many amenities, pool.
Available for 6 months.
386-576-3155

DAYTONA BCH York-
town Estates. 2/2/garage,
W/D, pool, $700/mo. +
sec. Call Deena 386-
788-0090; 386-290-0367


WATERFRONT
DAYTONA BEACH
1br/1ba. Right on the
water. Furnished or un-
furnished, jacuzzi tub,
balcony, pool. Recently
remodeled. Includes all
utilities. $765/mo. 1st/
last/sec. 727-458-3477
Daytona Beach 2bd/2ba,
Spectacular river + ocean
views,balcony, beachside
location. Pool, gym, etc.
$1095/mo. 386-527-4677

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MELBOURNE: Only
$5995, 2/2, 12X66, New
Central Air & Heat, Vinyl
Siding, Skirting & con-
crete driveway in Village
Glen an Adult Park. En-
joy our Solar heated pool
& fitness room! Call
321-806-1240
MOBILE HOMES: No
denials! Everyone is ap-
proved! 500-$1000 down.
Guaranteed move in. Se
Habla Espanol. 954-
605-0814 / 800-733-1718


OPEN HOUSE
Otd. 31st & Nov. 14th
10AM TO IPM
A 55+ Community
QUAIL HOLLOW
2051 Pioneer Trail #246

NEW HOMES FROM
$99,900 to $128,453
RE-SALES FROM
$18,000 to $124,000
Motivated Sellers!!
Great Living No Taxes
Contact Donna at
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DAYTONA BEACH Cen-
tral Manor Apts serving
adults 62+ or mobility
impaired. 1 br/ 1 ba.
Income based rent. EOH,
Handicap accessible
386-255-2622 TTY
1-800-955-8771
Daytona Beach Shores
Oceans Grand, 2bd/2ba.
plus den. Spectacular
views! W/D, Stainless
appl., Granite counters.
$1275/mo. 352-665-0262

DAYTONA BEACH
SHORES. 2/2.5/1 Ocean
& river views. Avail 11/1
$900/mo + sec Call Sue
today! 386-235-4473

Free Week! 4 Locations.
Daytona Beach & Dayto-
na Beach Shores with
Oceanview. All utilities
included, furnished or
unfurnished. Just Steps
to Beach. 3 different size
units starting at $150
weekly & $625 monthly
Looking for long term ten-
ants No increase in rates
for Special Events
386-322-8383 / 767-7141

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3br/2ba loaded 14 hous-
es to choose from.
Starting at $399/mo. On
your property
800-622-2832





PORT ORANGE Owner
financing w/land $496mo.
2bd/2ba, exc. condition.
Great neighborhood. No
lot rent. 721 Casper.
Call Keith, 386.547.4175
PORT ORANGE 55+
large 1800sqft. 3/2
fireplace, large kitchen
with island, laundry room,
office. Beautiful home
$79,500 386-756-0474





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NEW SMYRNA BEACH
Direct Intercoastal w/
waterviews. 2/2+ den
w/sofabed. Scrn patio.
Fully furn, Short walk to
beach. Gated comm, In-
let Marina Villa. Pool,
Tennis, $2300/mo Sea-
sonal, long term lease
avail, Call 386-478-9038
NEW SMYRNA BEACH
Mainland 1/1 furnished
with W/D. No smoking,
no pets. $600/mo. + dep.
Ref's. 386-423-6917
NEW SMYRNA BEACH-
SIDE 2/1 steps to Flagler
Upstairs. Quiet. No Dogs.
Long term. Unfurnished
$675+ dep 386-689-7046
NEW SMYRNA Clean
2/1 Steps to beach, com-
pletely renovated, en-
closed brick patio
$750/mo 386-690-1982
NEW SMYRNA- 2/2/1
Nice Quite area, Turnbull
Bay golfcourse, partially
furnished,W/D, Screened
in lanai, Available now.
386-478-3890
NEW SMYRNA- Walk To
Beach! 2Br/2Ba/1, Newly
renovated, all appliances,
W/D $850/month FLS
386-428-3190
ORMOND BEACH -
Waterfront, come see the
manatees play 1BD/1BA,
$550mo inlcs water. $300
deposit. 386-212-1700
ORMOND BY THE SEA
2bdrm, panoramic ocean
views, new tile & carpet.
Large kitchen & living
room. $750/mo. 1st, last,
+ $300sec. 386.852.0333


REDUCED
ORMOND BY THE SEA
Luxury Condo oceanfront
2/2 walk to shopping or
relax in the pool. Ceramic
tile thru-out. Ground floor,
new paint, water, pest
control, expanded cable
included only $1000/mo.
Call Keith 386-441-1433
ORMOND BY THE SEA
Oceanview 2/1/1, CHA,
W/D $700/mo & up
101-105 Town & County
Ln 386-257-3378 James.

WOW
ORMOND GRENADA
BLVD, 2 Apts, 2Br/1Ba,
$300/mo+ sec, & $500/
mo+ sec. 1/2 off 1st mos
rent, ($150 sec deposit.)
Call Paul 386-846-6581


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ORT ORANGE 55+
paradise in Crane Lakes.
2, tile & wood floors.
anicured comm, golf
purse, 2 pools 1 heated.
ated, guardhouse, Lots
activities. Huge Clbhse
24,500 386-788-7248
SOUTH DAYTONA 55+
'995. Owner will
nance, 2-br/1-ba with
arport. Florida room
hed. Pet friendly park
86-228-5266
SOUTH DAYTONA 55+
lly furn 2/1 C/H/A, W/D
;reen room & carport.
candlelight Manor
ot-D4 Pool clubhouse,
6,500 217-304-1088


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GEORGIA OVER 15 ac
in Wayne County Geor-
gia. Beautiful Tiff 85 pas-
ture, 2 small ponds,
county road frontage,
very quiet & secluded.
Only $3,500/ acre with
owner financing.
Cell 912-269-9349
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Lowest Prices in Town!
2/2 & 3/2 still available!
Won't Last Long!
772-581-4440
*Income restrictions apply
SOUTH DAYTONA-
In-law apartment 4 rooms
$500/mo Includes water,
electric and cable.
386-788-2135
South Daytona: Short or
Long term, new,gorgeous
2br, incoastal view from
all rooms. 4 mo
$1500/mo incl water,
cable, pool, exercise rm
fishing pier & much more.
Mary Lynn Realty
386-788-4338
marylynnrealtycom


Vero Bch: Newly re-
modeled 1br from $500
2br from $600 Water &
Sewer incl. Sm Pets ok.
Near Bch. 772-563-0013



DAYTONA BEACHSIDE
3-br/2-bal-cg hardwood
floors fenced yard F/L/S
$800/mo. Pest & lawn inc
386-453-6509
DAYTONA BEACH 3/1
923 Essex Road.
Children & small pets
OK. $750/mo $750
sec. 386-290-4373
Daytona Beach: Indigo
Lakes 3/2/2, fl rm, new
carpet & appliances.
$1225/mo incl lawn &
pest svs. Mary Lynn Re-
alty 386-788-4338
marylynnrealtycom
Great Oaks Subd- A+
location, overlooks pond!
3bd/2ba, W/D, lrg fenced
yard, quiet neighborhood!
$1049/mo + $2000 sec.
Call 386-547-9464
See photos online www
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HOLLY HILL 1 blk to
River, 2Br/1Ba. Large
fenced yard. No smoking.
$750/mo ALSO
Daytona Bch, Apt 2+Br,
$700/mo 305-240-0246
NEW SMYRNA BEACH
Upscale 3br/2ba, double
garage w/openers, 10x16
screened lanai, all appl's.
$1000/mo. 386-423-4378


GEORGIA QUIET,
COUNTRY LIVING.
3acre to 25acre lots. No
traffic/red lights. Only 20
mins. to the large city of
Dublin. Owner financing
$110/mo. For pictures:
678-644-0547
GEORGIA LAND -
$0 Down Financing.
Incredible investment,
lacre-20acres
Starting @ $3750/acre.
Washington County near
Augusta. Low taxes,
beautiful weather. Owner
financing from $199/mo.
$0 Down. Hablo Espanol,
706-364-4200
LAND BARGAIN 21+ AC
Only $89,900. Beautifully
wooded acreage close to
FL/ GA border. Enjoy end
of road privacy! Perfect
for weekend getaway/
cabin in woods/ horse
farm. Possible subdivide.
Excellent financing. Call
owner now 912-674-
0320.
LAND SALE NOTICE:
VIRGINIA MTNS
Closeout Sale!- 2.5 acres
with pond near stocked
trout stream, near state
park, $29,500, must sell.
Bank financing.
1-866-789-8535
NC MNTNS Closeout
Sale! Cabin Shell, 2+
acres with great view,
very private, big trees,
waterfalls & large public
lake nearby, $99,500
Bank financing. 866-789-
8535
NORTH CAROLINA
MOUNTAINS
Mild 4 Seasons! E-Z to
finish log cabin shell, w/
loft & basement, includes
acreage $99,900.
Mountain & waterfront
homesites
$39,000-$99,000.
E-Z Bank Financing!
828-247-9966 (Code41)
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NEW SMYRNA- Corona-
do Arms Condo.
1/1$595; Beachside
3/2.5/gar. $850; 2/1 $350.
Beachside Realty
386-427-8039
ORMOND BEACH -
3bdm/2bath, new kitchen,
baths, Fla rm w/skylights
& jacuzzi, fenced yard
$895/mo. 386-846-4616
ORMOND BEACH 3 or
4BDRM Ranch, screened
pool,tile, remodeled, new
kitchen opens to fam rm.
Avail now. 386-846-4616
ORMOND BEACH -
CLEAN! bedroom home
central air, FL Room,
dishwasher, washer &
dryer, garage, fenced
yard, all new carpet, $795
/mo + deposit. Available
11/1. Call 386-672-6987
ORMOND BEACH -
Plantation Bay, 3bd/2ba
2000sf. home $1250/mo.
1 year lease. Call Realty
Atlantic 386-503-0416
ORMOND BY THE SEA
2-br/1-ba garage, Florida
room. $775/mo + sec
386-441-4084 or
386-299-5942
ORMOND BY THE SEA
2bd/lba, living room, famn
rm, eat-in kitch., all appl's
incl. microwave, utility rm,
Ig screened porch,garage
w/opener, out-building w/
overhead door, steps to
bch & shpng, new paint &
carpet. No pets, $790/mo
386.441.4100; 295.1830
ORMOND BY THE SEA.
3bd/2ba, open plan, 2-car
garage, solar heated
screened pool. 1BIk from
ocean. $1300/mo, yard
care incl. 770-312-7949
ORMOND LAKES 3bdrm
2bath/2-car gar, screened
-in porch, eat-in kitchen,
laundry rm. Comm pool &
lawn srvc incl. No dogs.
$1195/mo. 386-290-8565
PORT ORANGE Home
sweet home! 3bd+office
/2ba, Irg yard, $1050mo+
sec.809 Lafayette, sm pet
ok. Scotty 386-290-2078
PORT ORANGE Willow
Run 3/2/2, new tile & car-
pet, fenced yard $900/
mo, FLS, small pet okay.
386-788-2236 / 846-0240
SOUTH DAYTONA- 3/2
3-car parking, 1500sf
W/D. Close to all. $900/
mo + sec. Lease optional
No pets. 386-453-3250


GEORGIA EMANUEL
county 145 acres total. 70
acres in pasture.
Wooded with a 2 acre
pond. Completley fenced
for livestock. $1500/per
acre. 706-551-9411
OWNER FINANCE N.
Florida Land Beautiful
area near springs and riv-
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$2,995 DODGE Ram
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BUICK LeSabre,custom,
2004, under 40,000 mi.,
power pkg, alloy wheels,
cloth interior, nice car.
$8,500. 386-760-4840
CADILLAC Fleetwood
Brougham, 1994, rear
wheel drive, Ithr int., 350/
375hp eng., new tires,
$2,995. 386-295-8046.
CHEVY MALIBU, 2000.
Gold, clean, 4-door, cold
AC, automatic, AM-FM
stereo, 184K mi., $2,800/
obo. 386-763-2402.
CHEVY SILVERADO
1500, 2006, Red w/alum.
topper, 4WD, V8, Auto,
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mi., very clean, $13,700.
386-290-2039


CHRYSLER SEBRING
convertible, 2000. Fully
loaded! Leather interior,
good condition, 43K mi.,
$4,000. 386-304-4992
CHRYSLER, 2004 Town
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leather seats, exc. cond.,
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CORVETTE 2000 RARE
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FORD MUSTANG, 1988,
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FORD RANGER XLT,
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HARLEY-DAVIDSON,'99
Heritage Soft Tail, 30k
Thunder header, Munki
carb. Slight cam, $7,895/
obo. 386-492-2088.
LINCOLN TOWNCAR,
2000, Ithr int., cold AC,
garage kept, runs perfect,
high hwy mi., $4,500/obo.
386-402-8098.
MAZDA MIATA, 1995,
75K miles, Red, standard
new convertible top, tires,
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386-424-9487.
MINI VAN, OLDSMO-
BILE SILHOUETTE, '97,
new a/c, tires & battery.
148,000 mi, Well main-
tained, no rust. White ext,
tinted windows. $2000/
obo. 386-423-9134
MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE,
GT Coupe, 2008, V-6,
black, 2-door, tilt wheel
w/traction control, rear
spoiler, sunroof, leather
interior, 6-CD player w/
MP3 attachment, satellite
radio, garage kept, 4,800
miles, full warranty. Paid
$28,000. Asking $18,500/
obo. 386-960-6247.


MONTE CARLO 1986
street rod. 350/400 A/C,
Beautiful & fast. $16,000
invested. $7,850.
321-704-1710
OLDSMOBILE
SILHOUETTE van, 2002,
V-6, extended, front and
rear air. replaced motor,
leather seats, On-Star,
true luxury vehicle.
$3,000. 386-295-1896
PONTIAC FIREBIRD
TRANS AM, 2002, This
is the Last One Pontiac
Made! Collectors Yellow.
2,780 original miles,
garage kept. Everything
Original! Mint Condition!
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SATURN ION II 2006.
One owner 14K miles
cold A/C all power.
Excellent cond $9500
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