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Vol. 4, No. 43 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, November 20, 2009


Holly Hill reaches contract


agreement with manager


Hi Hometown News
readers,


Careless gunplay
leads to death

Holly Hill police said
excessive drinking and
careless gun play led to the
death of a man whose body
was dumped in a trashcan
on Graham Street. Investi-
gators responded to an
empty lot after receiving
reports of gunfire and
found the body of 41-year-
old Terry Williams in a
See BRIEF, A6


By Wayne Grant
wgrant@hometownnewsol.com

HOLLY HILL The city has
reached terms with its top
pick for city manager, Oel
Wingo, currently assistant city
manger for Palm Coast.
Next Tuesday, the commis-


sion will have
a final vote
on the con-
tract in a reg-
ular city
commission
meeting.
The vote on Wingo
the final offer
to Ms. Wingo was unanimous,


In the red

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of East Central Florida's
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Here, Allen Bidault
handles the first arrivals
with care. Proceeds from
sales help provide
opportunities for individ-
uals with disabilities,
which promote choice,
increase independence
and enhance quality of
life. Poinsettia sale hours
are: Monday thru Friday
from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
and Saturdays from 9
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information, call (386)
274-6474.




Randy Barber
staff photographer


River walk idea examined


GOOD EATS


By Wayne Grant
wgrant@hometownnewsol.com

ORMOND BEACH The idea
of building a restaurant, prome-
nade, marina and other facili-
ties at the northwest corner of
the Granada Bridge has been
working its way through adviso-
ry groups and residents will
soon get a chance to have their
say.
Building a river walk has been
talked about for several years,
Planning Director Ric Goss told
the Leisure Services Advisory
Board recently.
He said the river walk started
as an idea for a promenade
south of the boat launches at
the southwest corner of the
bridge.
"Over the years, that went
away," he said. "In 2007 when
the redevelopment plan was
approved there was an idea in
the plan that we should strive to
put some type of destination at


one of the corner parks on the
west side of the bridge."
Last March the city commis-
sion directed staff to develop a
concept for discussion. In Sep-
tember, the commissioners
reviewed drawings for the con-
cept at a city commission meet-
ing.
Mr. Goss said the commission
now wants the concept to be
reviewed by the Leisure Service
and Quality of Life Advisory
boards, Ormond MainStreet
and the Chamber of Commerce.
The next step will be discussion
and public input at workshops
in December and January.
"I'm here to bring you the
concept that germinated in the
redevelopment plan," he said to
the Leisure Services Board.
"They want to know if you think
it has merit and what you like
about it."
Mr. Goss said there are two

See RIVER WALK, A2


Seabreeze finances athletic


complex improvements


By Wayne Grant
wgrant@hometownnewsol.com

ORMOND BEACH Several
improvements will be made to the
Ormond Beach Sports Complex
thanks to a check for $600,000 from
Volusia County Schools.
The payment is for utilization of
the baseball and soccer fields by
Seabreeze High School for a 10-year
period, said Ormond Beach Leisure
Services Director Robert Carolin.
Half of the money will be for main-
tenance and half will be spent on
capital improvements.
In the past, the city and school had
an agreement that the school could
use the complex and the city would
be able to utilize the school's gymna-
sium and classrooms.
"It turned out that this was not a
fair deal," Mr. Carolin said.
The Seabreeze facilities were not
available many times when the city
wanted to use them, he said.


The new agreement will benefit
both the city and the school, Mr.
Carolin said.
"It's a great inter-local agreement
and a great partnership with
Seabreeze," he said.
The $300,000 for improvements is
not earmarked for any specific proj-
ects. The Ormond Beach Leisure
Services Board and the Quality of
Life Board will go over a list of poten-
tial improvements and make recom-
mendations to the Ormond Beach
City Commission.
Seabreeze has sent a "wish list" of
projects that include a softball field
and a press box, but the city has the
final say in what is done.
"The philosophy is that Ormond
Beach has invested a tremendous
amount of money to make it possi-
ble for Seabreeze to utilize the com-
plex for their athletic program," Mr.
Carolin said.
He said it was agreed that the
See COMPLEX, A7


Granada Cafe makes
dinner plans


Classified B12 Police Report As
Crossword B12 Star Scopes BI
Gardening A13 Viewpoint A6
Out&About BI


County may close Holly Hill library


By Wayne Grant
wgrant@hometownnewsol.com
HOLLY HILL Holly Hill
Middle School teacher
Robert Tyler said his stu-
dents depend on the Holly
Hill Public Library. So news
of its possible demise is
upsetting to him.
"I can't imagine them
even considering closing
this library down," he said
recently. "I come in here
after school and I see kids
lined up to use the comput-
ers."
Mr. Tyler, who teaches
seventh grade civics and
eighth grade history, also
said he uses material from


the library to teach his
classes.
The library may become
a victim of the economic
crisis. Volusia County is
considering closing it as
well as Cornelia Young
Memorial Library in Day-
tona Beach in an effort to
reduce cost, said Lucinda
Colee, county library direc-
tor.
Rose Schuhmacher, exec-
utive director of the Holly
Hill Chamber of Com-
merce, said she is trying to
get concerned citizens to
come to a Library Advisory
Board meeting at 1:00 p.m.
on Dec. 4 at City Island
Library Center and protest


the proposed closing.
"I think it's a travesty of
justice that they would do
away with a library that
serves a city," she said. "You
have kids that ride their
bikes there to do their
homework."
Ms. Colee said these
libraries are targeted
because they are close to
other libraries.
"What staff is looking at is
where we have overlapping
libraries," she said. "Holly
Hill will still be served. We
have two very large facilities
three miles from the site."
In the last fiscal year,
See LIBRARY, A9


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Volunteer Librarian Robin Solitare puts away a book at the
Holly Hill library last week.


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for children he believes are
most in need of his devo-
tion.
The organization he and
his wife, Patricia, founded
in 1997 with their own sav-
ings is called Dream-A-
Wish, a Make-A-Wish-like
foundation with its mis-
sion geared toward chil-
dren with terminal dis-
eases and special needs.
Each year since, they've
raised more money and
bigger piles of toys to deliv-
er with that time-honored
Kringle flair to disabled
children across the region.
Eight years ago, Woody
and Patricia started don-
ning the St. Nick and Mrs.
Claus duds to deliver the
toys themselves.
"The children who have
nothing wrong with them,
they don't need me," says
Keiser. "I take care of chil-
dren where everybody has
said, 'Ugh. It's so hard to
get through to them.'
Somebody has gotta put
their arms around them
and just say they're loved.
They deserve so much love
and dignity, and I'm going
to give it."
His all-volunteer organi-
zation has grown to serve
22 schools with a high con-
centration of disabled stu-
dents. Their teachers come
in advance to Keiser's light-
festooned home to select
the best present for each
child. Volunteers then
come and wrap the pres-
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marked for delivery by one
of Keiser's decked-out
motorcycle sleighs.
On his third tour of the
Middle East with the
Army's 101st Airborne
Division, Sgt. Tony Brown,
one of Keiser's first toy
recipients years ago, wrote
the organization an e-mail
in March that made Mr.
Keiser cry.
"...I just remember back
(to) when I had my cancer
and think, 'If I can make it
though that, I can make it
through anything,'" Sgt.
Brown wrote. And it was
because of people like
Keiser, he wrote, "people
that put themselves last to
help and encourage (oth-
ers) to push on" that moti-
vated him in his recovery.
"So I don't remember if I
ever told you thanks, but
it's always better late then
never," he said.
On his Web site,
www.dream-a-wish.org,
Mr. Keiser chronicles
dozens of children his
organization has helped
with "Once-in-a-Lifetime"
gifts a small portion of
the thousands of lives his
organization has touched:
the boy who dreamed of
meeting Dale Earnhardt
and got free passes and the
use of a motor home next
door to Dale and his family
on race day; another boy
who wanted to ride a boat,
and was bequeathed the
use of a pontoon boat for a
family trip to Silver Springs


10,000-square-foot restau-
rant and the historic Pil-
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tist Church would remain
in place.
The other concept would
be on a grander scheme,
with a restaurant, meeting
space and retail stores that
total 30,000 square feet.


"I take care of children where everybody has
said, 'Ugh. Its so hard to get through to them'
Somebody has gotta put their arms around
them and just say they're loved. They deserve so
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Woody Keiser


and a special bicycle to
accommodate his special
needs; or the girl who
dreamed of a trip to the
Grand Ole Opry in
Nashville, who was
brought onstage for a visit
with Laurie Morgan.
Mr. Keiser sees the
Christmas donations as his
chief responsibility,
though. Next year, he
hopes to expand to even
more schools funding
provided.
Toy donations have
increased with the advent
of deposit boxes in all Wal-
green's stores in Volusia
and Flagler counties.
Growth is downright realis-
tic now. A local entrepre-
neur donated a Santa's
Workshop at 947 Beville
Road. Three storage spaces
have been donated: two for
the storage of toys and
sleighs; the third for keep-
ing about $25,000 in handi-
capped equipment from
mobility scooters to toilets
and crutches that Mr.


He said people have
been asking questions he
can't answer because a fea-
sibility study has not been
done.
"We wanted to do a fea-
sibility study but it would
have cost from $75,000 to
$100,000," Mr. Goss said.
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Keiser offers rent-free to
children and adults in
need.
And, he adds, "You ain't
seen a home decorated
until you see my house."
His electric bill for the
month before last Christ-
mas: $412.
Pastor Keiser's labor is
finally revealed on Dec. 1,
when his home comes alive
for all the comings and
goings. It wouldn't feel right
without all the bustling.
"I'm the richest man in
the world," attests Mr. Keis-
er. "Money ain't riches. It's
wealth, but what I have is
riches. My name opens
doors, and I'm very proud
of that. I'll never stop this:
Only the good Lord will
stop me."
Mr. Keiser will be at the
Sunshine Park Mall on
Ridgewood Avenue in
South Daytona from 5 to 8
p.m., Friday, Dec. 4, giving
free rides on one of his trike
sleighs. Call (386) 682-6404
to help him fill his sack.


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Foes debate Amendment 4


By Wayne Grant
wgrant@hometownnewsol.com
DAYTONA BEACH -
Floridians face a decision
next year that could have a
profound impact on land
development and the
future of the state.
Amendment 4, also
known as the Hometown
Democracy Amendment,
will be on the ballot in
2010. If it passes, residents
will be able to vote to
approve or deny any devel-
opment projects that
require a change in their
municipality's compre-
hensive plan, which gov-
erns growth.
Two speakers debated
the issue recently at an
event sponsored by the
League of Women Voters at
a Daytona Beach restau-
rant.
Lesley Blackner, an envi-
ronmental lawyer who
lives in Palm Beach,
founded Hometown
Democracy, Inc.,
Her opponent in the
debate was Rebecca
O'Hara, a lawyer and leg-
islative director for the


"Amendment 4 takes the keys to the compre-
hensive plans away from commissioners and
gives them to the voters who I think will be


more sober drivers"
Lesley Blackner
Hometown Democracy
Florida League of Cities.
Ms. Blackner said she is
working to pass Amend-
ment 4 after years of frus-
tration in watching offi-
cials rubber stamp
changes to comprehensive
plans that have led to
overdevelopment.
She said a marriage of
government and the real
estate industry has created
a growth machine.
"Amendment 4 takes the
keys to the comprehensive
plans away from commis-
sioners and gives them to
the voters who I think will
be more sober drivers,"
she said. "It's our quality of
life, our little piece of para-
dise being ruined by
overdevelopment."
Ms. O'Hara said she
opposed Amendment 4
because of many potential
problems it would cause.


"It's unfair to categorize
the opposition as part of
the growth machine," she
said.
She warned of a "tyranny
of the majority" if Amend-
ment 4 passes, saying in a
representative democracy,
officials take into account
the rights and opinions of
minorities.
Another issue, she said,
is that currently it's easier
for developers to "sprawl"
rather than increase densi-
ty in cities because com-
prehensive plans prevent
it.
"These ideas are new
and require plan changes,"
she said. "Smart growth
will suffer with Amend-
ment 4."
She also said compre-
hensive plans are large,
complicated documents
that would be difficult for


Lesley Blackner, founder
of Hometown Democra-
cy, Inc., speaks recently
at a debate on the issue.

















Staff photo by
Wayne Grant




laymen to read and under-
stand. She said there
would be a "sound bite"
campaign to sway voter
opinion.
Ms. Blackner countered
that most of the docu-
ments are "gobblety gook,"
because the government
has never had to put things
in a way that people could
understand them.
A speaker from the audi-
ence said the public
should have a say in
changes to comprehensive
plans because once you
build in a natural area you
can't undo it.
Ms. O'Hara said that's
also the danger with
Amendment 4.
"If you get it in the con-
stitution, you can't get it
out," she said.
Audience members leav-
ing the restaurant
remarked that it was a
good debate.
"Who won?" John King of
Ormond Beach asked
rhetorically.
He said that both
debaters made good
points on a complicated
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Food drive scheduled
Re/Max Property Centre
is holding a food drive from
2 to 4 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 22,
in the Re/Max parking lot at
1134 W. Granada Blvd. in
Ormond Beach.
Participants are asked to
bring a non-perishable
item to donate.
Proceeds will benefit Sec-
ond Harvest Food Bank.
For more information,
call (386) 453-6930.
Votran to hold
meeting on
proposed changes
Votran will conduct a
public meeting from 4 to 8
p.m., Monday, Nov.23, at
Votran Headquarters, 950
Big Tree Road, South Day-
tona, to discuss Votran's
proposed service changes
necessary to serve the new
Florida Hospital Memorial
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rial Medical Parkway, Day-
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Votran staff will receive
public input on the pro-
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Public input is being
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Written comments
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Athletes hold
food drive
Students in the Daytona
State College athletic pro-
gram are challenging the
college community to
donate canned goods and
non-perishable food items.


The Falcon athletes are
teaming up with WESH
Channel 2, The Salvation
Army, and The Second Har-
vest Food Bank, for the
"Share Your Christmas"
food drive to help bring
food to the hungry in our
community.
Designated boxes located
around the Daytona Beach
Campus will be used to
dropoff donations until Fri-
day, Dec. 4.
The "Share Your Christ-
mas" food drive drop-off
event will be held from 5
a.m to 1 p.m., Monday, Dec.
7, at the Sunshine Park
Plaza in South Daytona.
For more information,
call (386) 506-3670.
Historic Preservation
Board to meet
Volusia County's Historic
Preservation Board will
meet at 3:30 p.m., Tuesday,
Nov. 24, at the Halifax His-
torical Society Museum,
252 S. Beach St., Daytona
Beach.
Members will discuss
current projects and update
the list of the county's most
endangered historic prop-
erties.
The public is invited to
attend and may speak
about any issue on the
agenda.
For more information,
call (386) 736-5953 Ext.
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Low-cost pet
clinic planned
The Pet Vet Cruiser will be
at the Rockin' Ranch, 801 S.
Nova Road, Ormond Beach,
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.,
Wednesday, Nov. 25 and
Monday, Nov. 30.
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.
Fire department
continues to
offer flu shots
The Ormond Beach Fire
Department is giving sea-
sonal flu shots from 9 a.m. to
5 p.m., Monday through Fri-
day at Fire Station No. 91,
located at 364 S. Atlantic Ave.
The cost is $25 payable
with cash, check or Medicare
"B" billing.
Shots are available to ages
18 and older.
For up-to-date informa-
tion, visit www.ormond-
beach.org.
For more information, call
(386) 676-3255.
Teen events
on tap at library
Young adult movies,
appropriate for ages 13 to 19,
will be shown at 2 p.m. each
Saturday at the City Island
library, 105 E. Magnolia Ave.,
Daytona Beach. Participants
may bring their own snacks
and drinks.
Youths, ages 11 to 19, can
learn about werewolves dur-
ing "Howling at the Moon"
from 3 to 4 p.m. Wednesday,
Nov. 25.
Attendees will discuss
"New Moon" and "Blood and
Chocolate," test their knowl-
edge of werewolf trivia and
sink their teeth into Moon
Pies and other treats.
For more information, call
(386) 257-6036.
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Waste Management col-
lection and offices in
Ormond Beach will be
closed on Thanksgiving
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After an uncharacteristi-
cally quiet and dry hurri-
cane season, fire officials in
Volusia County are on alert
for possible brush fires and
are encouraging residents
to practice fire safety.
"We are close to 600 on
the drought index through-
out the county," said Volusia
County Fire Services
Deputy Chief Kathy Weaver.
"What these numbers are
telling us is we may have an
early start to the brush fire
season, which typically
begins in January. We
already have had some
small brush fires. And, as we
begin to have colder tem-
peratures, the chance of
brush fires will increase."
(The drought index is on a
scale of one to 800 with
one being saturation and
800 being desert dry.)
Residents are encouraged
to take steps to protect their
property frombrush fires,
including:
Design and landscape
your home with brush fire
safety in mind. Allow a 30-
foot buffer of non-com-
bustible material around
your home.
*Use noncombustible
materials on the roof and
regularly clean the roof and
gutters
Teach family members
how to use a fire extinguish-
er. Install and regularly test
smoke detectors
Inspect chimneys twice
a year and clean them once
a year
Rake leaves and dead
limbs and twigs. Clear all
flammable vegetation
Have a garden hose long
enough to reach any area of
your home and property


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

*KevinWarren Harris, 46, of
206 Carl Brinkley Circle, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
Nov. 6 on charges of grand
theft. Bail was set at $1,750.
*Luther Prince, 35, of 708
Alabama St., Daytona Beach,
was arrested Nov. 6 on
charges of unlawful posses-
sion of Hydrocodone. Bail
was set at $2,500.
*Randy Donell Gray, 38, of
709 Indiana St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested Nov. 6 on
charges of aggravated stalk-
ing. Bail was not set.
*Alfred Jerome Filer, 49, of
935 S. Martin Luther King
Blvd., Daytona Beach, was
arrested Nov. 7 on charges of
possession of crack cocaine.
Bail was set at $1,500.
*Keith Dale Boggs, 64, of
547 High St., Daytona Beach,
was arrested Nov. 7 on
charges of felony battery by
strangulation domestic vio-
lence, aggravated assault and
false imprisonment. Bail was
not set.
*Benjamin Matthews
Prince, 32, of 1290 Ninth St.,
No. 208, Daytona Beach, was
arrested Nov. 7 on charges of
possession of narcotics (64
grams). Bail was set at $1,250.
*Amanda Dickerson, 46, of
517 Lenex Ave., No. 1, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
Nov. 8 on charges of unlawful
possession of Alprazolam.
Bail was set at $2,000.
*Michael Roland Leblanc,
52, of 340 North St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested Nov. 8 on
charges of grand theft. Bail
was set at $1,500.
*Robert Carol Browning,
41, of 124 Orange Ave., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
Nov. 8 on charges of grand
theft. Bail was set at $1,500.
*Demond Alexander Moss,
25, of 30 Starling Drive, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
Nov. 8 on charges of robbery.
Bail was set at $5,000.


*Erma Curry Madison, 52,
of 1218 North St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested Nov. 9 on
charges of tampering with
evidence. Bail was set at
$1,500.
*Harry E. Tillman Jr., 29, of
214 Haynes St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested Nov. 9 on
charges of aggravated battery
with a deadly weapon and
aggravated assault. Bail was
set at $10,000.
*Theresa Diane Odoms, 50,
of 160 Arlington St., No. 5,
Daytona Beach, was arrested
Nov. 10 on charges of aggra-
vated assault. Bail was set at
$3,000.
*Antwan Derell Jackson,
23, of 3 Starling Drive, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
Nov. 10 on charges of grand
theft auto. Bail was set at
$1,750.
*Terri Marie Sloss, 28, of
214 College Park Drive, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
Nov. 11 on charges of aggra-
vated assault/domestic vio-
lence. Bail was not set.
*Shannon McDaniel
Hooper, 41, of 220 Lexington
Drive, Daytona Beach, was
arrested Nov. 11 on charges of
unlawful possession of
cocaine. Bail was set at
$2,000.
*Margie B. Brockington, 35,
of 1139 Barbara Drive, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
Nov. 12 on charges of aggra-
vated battery. Bail was not
set.
*Angel Larosa, 58, of 549
Mulberry St., Daytona Beach,
was arrested Nov. 12 on
charges of possession of a
firearm by a convicted felon
and unlawful possession of
cocaine. Bail was set at
$7,000.
*James Anthony Lee, 32, of
892 S. Nova Road, No. F3,
Daytona Beach, was arrested
Nov. 12 on charges of aggra-
vated battery with a deadly
weapon. Bail was not set.

Ormond Beach
Police Department

*Dean W. Granneman Jr.,
19, of 751 River Oak Drive
West, Ormond Beach, was
arrested Nov. 6 on charges of
unarmed burglary and flee-


ing, attempt to elude and
grand theft between $300
and $5,000. Bail was set at
$4,000.
*Joseph Wayne Davenport,
43, of 207 Cumberland Ave.,
Ormond Beach, was arrested
Nov. 7 on charges of cultiva-
tion of cannabis. Bail was set
at $20,000.
*Garrick D. Butler, 19, of
491 Andrews St., Ormond
Beach, was arrested Nov. 12
on charges of unarmed bur-
glary to an unoccupied struc-
ture and grand theft. Bail was
set at $2,500.

Volusia County
Sheriff's Office

*Yeketta Delores Marbly,
37, of 547 High St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested Nov. 6 on
charges of battery. Bail was
not set.
*Jamie L. Bruce, 29, of 1017
N. U.S. Highway 1, Ormond
Beach, was arrested Nov. 6 on
charges of alternate use of ID
of another without consent,
forgery, illegal use of a credit
card and grand theft between
$300 and $5,000. Bail was set
at $4,500.
*Airika Marie Foster, 25, of
1957 Dimmers Road,
Ormond Beach, was arrested
Nov. 6 on charges of alternate
use of ID of another without
consent, forgery, illegal use of
a credit card, grand theft
between $300 and $5,000 and
dealing in stolen property
and false owner information
pawned item. Bail was set at
$7,500.
*Allison R. Davis, 18, of
1305 Imperial Drive, Daytona
Beach, was arrested Nov. 6 on
charges of grand theft motor
vehicle. Bail was set at $1,500.
*Lavon Raymond Glenn,
36, of 1135 Cave Ave., Holly
Hill, was arrested Nov. 6 on
charges of possession of
cocaine Bail was set at
$1,250.
*Onnie B. White, 40, of 945
Madison Ave., Daytona
Beach, was arrested Nov. 6 on
charges of possession of
cocaine. Bail was set at
$1,000.
*Jennifer Leigh Cornelius,
28, of 1401 Ridgewood Ave.,
No. 22, Holly Hill, was arrest-


Reason wanted:
Credit card theft

Location of Incident:
Jane Avenue,
New Smyrna Beach

Wanted person:
Unknown male

Crime Stoppers of
Northeast Florida is
seeking information on
the identity of a suspect
in a recent vehicle break-
in.
The burglary occurred
during the early morning
hours of Nov. 1, in the
700-block of Jane Avenue
in New Smyrna Beach.
The thief stole the vic-
tim's purse along with
her debit card and then
later used the debit card
at a 7-Eleven, Publix and
Wal-Mart, all in the New
Smyrna Beach area.
Anyone who recog-
nizes the suspect from
the surveillance image or
has any information


ed Nov. 7 on charges of prin-
ciple to utter forgery. Bail was
set at $1,500.
*David C. Echavarria, 18,
of 1107 Valencia Ave., Holly
Hill, was arrested Nov. 9 on
charges of aggravated bat-
tery (domestic violence).
Bail was not set.
*Jessica Michelle Beard,
26, of 735 Essex Drive, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
Nov. 10 on charges of deal-
ing in stolen property. Bail
was set at $2,000.
*Marie Alice Tyndal, 50, of


Unknown male


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pers toll-free at (888)
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sage" to CRIMES. Any-
one who provides infor-
mation to Crime
Stoppers will remain
anonymous and can
qualify for a reward of up
to $1,000.


1903 Woodcrest Drive,
Ormond Beach, was arrest-
ed Nov. 10 on charges of
aggravated battery with a
deadly weapon (domestic
violence). Bail was not set.
*Laura Ann Purcaro, 26, of
1401 S. Clyde Morris Blvd.,
Daytona Beach, was arrest-
ed Nov. 12 on charges of
unarmed burglary to an
unoccupied conveyance
and grand theft between
$300 and $500. Bail was set
at $5,000.


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Callers are asked to refrain from making slanderous
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In response to
'Waiting in line'

I am not sure what stores you are shopping at but I have
noticed that when a store opens up another register, the first
thing they do is tell the next person in line, usually in the lane
next to them, to come over. Once other people see someone
moving over others follow. So I am guessing that you are just
not shopping in the right stores.

In response to
'Dogs in public'

I would like to say this. For every complaint there is a counter
complaint. I find people who are together and spread out
across the walkway and then stroll at a slow pace are irritating.
Especially when you cannot get around them or if you say
"excuse me" they give you that evil look. I find uncontrolled
children in public irritating. While I love children, I don't care
for children that are not taught how to behave in public. I hate
being at an art show, craft show etc. and I am looking at some-
thing and someone pushes me out of the way so that they can
look at it. I find some of the people with the motorized chairs
irritating when they bump into you, or run over your foot. I
find loud obnoxious people in public irritating. I find people
who throw their trash out the window in my yard extremely
irritating. So what's a person to do?
You either stay home or completely alienate yourself from
others or stop and think that what may bother you doesn't
bother others.
Take a deep breath and learn to deal with things. I like seeing
dogs in public as long as they are well behaved. I like seeing
people choose to adopt a dog and then include that animal in
their life instead of leaving it chained up or locked up in a yard.
While you may not like dogs, others do.
There is a saying about people who live in glass houses
should not throw stones. I am sure that you, like others, irritate
people. It is time to calm down, and learn to adapt.
If you cannot do that maybe you should stay home.

Let's keep Volusia County clean

I have two jobs that involve driving all around the area from
Port Orange to Ormond Beach. There isn't a stop I make where
there isn't trash on the ground.
I wish people would use a trashcan and keep our community
clean. It makes neighborhoods look dirty and blighted and
detracts from everyone's enjoyment. Two types of trash I see
often are cigarette butts and dirty diapers. This is really the
height of self-centeredness.
If your kid dirtied a diaper, then you should be responsible
enough to see it gets disposed of properly. It's nobody else's
responsibility. Grow up. People need to show more concern for
the rights of others.

Make officials aware of how you feel

Once again, the citizens of New Smyrna Beach have been
duped by their elected officials. In spite of all the signed peti-
tions, the protests and pleas the city has chosen to put a very
much-unwanted hotel on Flagler Avenue.
My suggestion is this: these city officials are paid out of the
taxes that the citizens of New Smyrna Beach pay. They are sup-
posed to work for you.
When the next election comes around, I strongly urge every
single citizen who is disgusted and fed up with the city officials
not following the wishes of the citizens to not vote for them
again.
There is a motel on Flagler that has been up for sale for a
year. It is not large. It fits in with the look and charm of the
street. They have their own parking lot that does not interfere
with any of the street that the locals who live there drive on.
Charm is no longer a part of New Smyrna Beach, but maybe
little Daytona would be a better motto.
Just remember that at any other job, if the employee does not
follow the wishes of the business owner they are terminated. If
this hotel gets built, I would start calling for impeachments of
those city officials. Let them know that your voice will be heard.

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Giving back for the holidays


Rick Burhans of
Ormond Beach (left)
and Bruce Morrow of
New Smyrna Beach
help to unload $5,000
worth of non-perish-
able food at Grace
Episcopal Church in
Port Orange on
Monday. The Port
Orange Family Days
Festival donated funds
from the October
event to help provide
meals during the
holiday season for Port
Orange residents. The
food was brought to
the church with the
help of employees
from the Port Orange
Wal-Mart Super
Center.
Randy Barber
staff photographer


Brief
From page Al
garbage can. Williams had been
fatally shot once in the chest. Police
learned Williams and a group of men
had been at the lot much of the day
drinking. They later learned one of
those men, 42-year-old Tony
Williams, no relation to the victim,
had been firing rounds from a gun
and fired at the victim, unaware their
was still a round in the chamber.
Police said Williams had recently
been released from prison and should
not have had a gun at all. Williams
faces a number of charges, including
manslaughter. Police said another
man, Eric Oliver, 25, could face
charges of helpingWilliams dispose
of the body.

Man accused of trying
to kill his girlfriend

A Daytona Beach man is accused of
trying to kill his live-in girlfriend,
allegedly chasing her down the street
with a gun and threatening neighbors
who tried to intervene. Investigators
said Christopher Hartzell, 35, who
has a lengthy criminal history, argued
with the victim in their apartment on
North Halifax Avenue, then hit her
several times with a gun, knocking
her over. Police said Hartzell fired the
weapon at the victim, but missed and
she ran outside. Hartzell chased her
according to investigators and
pointed the gun at several people
who tried to help the woman. He was
arrested near the apartment and
though police have not found the
weapon, they did recover a bullet as
evidence.

Bar fire appears
to have been deliberate

A closed bar near Ormond Beach
burned twice within days and
investigators said in both cases, the
fires were deliberately set. The first
blaze gutted half of the back of the
Boot Hill Saloon on U.S. Highway 1
near Airport Road and investigators
with the State Fire Marshal's office
found signs an accelerant was used to
set the fire. Two nights later, another
fire broke out at the bar and investi-
gators found a gas can inside. The
Boot Hill, owned by the same folks
who operate on Main Street in
Daytona Beach, is only opened
during special events like Bike Week
and Biketoberfest. The manager, at
the scene of the first fire, told WESH 2
he had recently chased away a
homeless man who had set up house
inside the bar. The building and
property are for sale.

Pedestrian killed

An Ormond Beach man was killed
when highway patrol troopers said he
walked into the path of a pickup on
U.S. Highway 1 north of Airport Road.
Troopers said Bruce Bolduc, 53, had
just left the Iron Horse Saloon shortly
after 8 p.m. and walked onto U.S.
Highway 1 in front of a pickup truck.
He was killed instantly. The driver of
the pickup, from Michigan, was not
charged.

Judge to face
public reprimand

The Florida Supreme Court has
ordered aVolusia County judge to


come before it on Dec. 8 for a public
reprimand. Judge Mary Jane Hender-
son's troubles stem from her dealings
with convicted felon HenryWheeler.
Court investigators said she loaned
him money for an apartment, cell
phone, cab fare and other things and
the court found her actions
demeaned the office. Judge Hender-
son admitted her actions gave the
appearance of impropriety though
she said she was acting in good faith
to help someone get back on their
feet.

Baby fine after
fall from second story

A 10-month-old baby wasn't hurt at
all after a fall from a second-story
window in Daytona Beach. Fire
rescuers said the window was open,
with a screen in place at the Sail Point
Bay apartments on Beach Street. The
mother went to the bathroom and
when she came back immediately
noticed the screen pushed out and
the baby missing. Mom ran out and
found the infant girl in a flower bed
that luckily cushioned her fall. The
family had the baby checked out just
in case, but tellWESH 2 she's fine.

Deliveryman robbed

New Smyrna Beach police are
looking for two suspects who robbed
a restaurant deliveryman in the 400
block of Palm Street. The armed
suspects flagged down the delivery-
man as though they had ordered the
food and when the victim got out of
his car, one of the suspects pointed a
gun at him and demanded his money
and the food. The suspects made off
with it all on foot and despite a long
search, police said the suspects were
not found.

Gunman robs
restaurant employees

A lone armed man robbed the
manager of Dustin's Bar-B-Q in
Ormond Beach as the manager was
leaving for the night. The suspect
pulled out a gun and ordered the
manager to turn over all his money,
keys and cell phone. Another employ-
ee, who was walking out about the
same time, heard the commotion and
was forced to give over his cell phone
as well. Police are still looking for the
gunman.

Local cab drivers
want fees to be fair

Cab drivers who work exclusively at
Daytona Beach International Airport
admit the economy has hit them
hard, but they say outsiders who work
the airport have left them feeling like
things are just not "fare." John Perras,
one of nearly 20 cab drivers who work
the area said his company pays $250 a
year per taxi for an airport permit,
along with a $70 city licensing fee,
cash for drug testing for drivers and
vehicle check expenses. Perras' beef is
with out-of-town drivers who can
pick up fares at the airport with out
any of those payments or require-
ments. Out-of-town drivers pay just
$5 or $10 per load of passengers,
depending on whether they're in a car
or van, and go. Locals said they
believe out of owners should face the
same permitting process they do and
the fees that go with it, to level the
playing field. WESH 2 spoke with
airport officials who said they are


willing to meet with in-town drivers
to see if there's something they can do
to make the locals better able to
compete.

Two bodies found
in Ormond-by-the-Sea home

Volusia County Sheriff's investiga-
tors said a mother made a grim
discovery when she showed up at her
son's Ormond-by-the-Sea home,
concerned because she hadn't heard
from him. Her boyfriend opened the
door a crack and saw someone lying
in the living room. The couple called
deputies who arrived and discovered
two bodies on the floor in the house.
As of this writing, deputies are still
trying to determine how the men
died but tell us both bodies had signs
of trauma.

Radio station
owner's trial begins

The owner of an Ormond Beach
radio station accused of sex crimes
against children was set for trial this
last week. Douglas Wilhite, owner of
WELE Radio, is accused of repeatedly
having sex with a 15-year-old boy at
Wilhite's home. The trial was first set
to go last month, but was post-poned
when other teens came forward
claimingWilhite, an admitted nudist,
provided alcohol to them, showed
them porn and encouraged them to
have sex with each other so he could
watch.

Museum volunteer charged
with grand theft

A South Daytona Auto Museum,
dedicated to the legends that built cars
and raced them years back on Daytona
Beach, is in jeopardy after police there
said a volunteer worker stole thousands
of dollars from the non-profit business
over three years. Deborah Burdick, 56,
the founder's step-daughter, is charged
with grand theft after police said she
stole at least $21,000 and perhaps more.
The museum board got wise in August
when Burdick allegedly asked a mem-
ber to sign a blank check. An internal
audit found Burdick had repeatedly
raced to the bank with museum money,
padding her personal accounts. The
museum, located in the Sunshine Park
Mall, is a treasure of early NASCAR
memorabilia and operates with
donations and grants. Staffers are
hoping they can keep going after the
huge money loss.

Man found guilty of beating
girlfriend's son

After a day-long trial, a jury found a
Port Orange man guilty of beating his
girlfriend's son. Thomas Betty, 55, was
arrested in March after the 12-year-old
boy showed up at school with bruises
and other injuries. Betty will be sen-
tenced next month and is facing up to
five years in prison. Police initially
accused the boy's mother with neglect,
but the state never filed charges against
her.

DCF employee arrested

An employee with the Department of
Children and Families was arrested this
past week, accused of raping a 7-year-
old girl. South Daytona Investigators
said Ronald Thornton, 56, was visiting
his son's home in that city when he
sexually assaulted the child described
by police as a family friend. According
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We all have plenty to give thanks for


RECENT INJURY? SURGERY?


A s we approach the
Thanksgiving holiday,
L and anticipate the
wonderful family gathering
around the table filled with
sumptuous turkeys with all
the trimmings, we're
reminded especially this
year just how blessed we
are.
There are some among us
this Thanksgiving time that
are having it a bit rougher
than Thanksgivings past.
Some are living in different
places, having lost their
homes since this time last
year. Some are dependent
upon others to assist them
in providing that Thanks-
giving meal for their
families who have never
been in that situation


Complex
From page Al
$300,000 is not only for future improve-
ments at the complex, but also to pay
back the city for improvements made in
the past.
The $30,000 per year for maintenance
covers the school's usage of the field,
Mr. Carolin said.
He said the total budget for mainte-
nance is $800,000, and based on how
much Seabreeze uses the complex,
their share of the cost is $30,000 per
year.
Among the projects requested in a
letter from Seabreeze Principal Robert
Wallace are: a stand-alone, regulation
softball field for the women's team,
refurbishing the dressing rooms at the
soccer facilities, and the following addi-
tions to one of the baseball fields: a
press box, visitors bleachers and netting
to prevent balls from going into a canal.
At a recent Leisure Services Board
meeting, Doug Thomas said the city
should apply for matching grants.
"I'd like to turn this money into a lot
more," Mr. Thomas said. He suggested
there might be grant money for build-
ing bleachers that conform to the
Americans with Disabilities Act.
Mr. Carolin said that topic will be dis-
cussed at the next Leisure Service Board
meeting. He said the board will proba-
bly suggest to the City Commission that
they go forward with some projects and
apply for grants for others.


before. The economic
realities of this Thanksgiv-
ing season have left many
with a sense of fear and
trepidation about how
they're going to make it in
the days ahead.
Rough times have a way of
teaching us some very good
lessons. We need to under-
stand in these troubling
economic times, that we
truly are living in a land of
blessing. I'm reminded of
that familiar scene of those


original American pioneer
Thanksgiving worshipers,
the men in their pointy hats,
and the ladies in their
bonnets, sitting around a
table adorned with wild
birds and ears of fresh grown
corn offering thanks to a
holy God in heaven who had
helped them to survive
through another difficult
year. Those folk didn't have it
easy. Some of them had
buried loved ones during the
year who had succumbed to
the hardship of that previous
season. It was hard, but they
knew God had been faithful,
and they had the hope of
another year of life in their
new land. They knew they
were living under the hand


of blessing of Almighty God.
Some of us have failed to
remember to be thankful to
our faithful heavenly Father
in more prosperous times. I
hope that we're realizing just
how blessed we are over
these more recent days
when we are more depend-
ent upon Him than we've
ever been before. Offer Him
thanksgiving this year. We
are living in the land of
blessing. He has been
faithful to provide for us,
and, do not fear, He will be
faithful to continue to
provide for us in the days
ahead.

Glen Freshour is pastor of
the New Smyrna First
Church of the Nazarene.


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ball down field during a game against New Smyrna High School at the Ormond
Beach Sports Complex last year.


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Local agencies seeking donations and volunteers for


For Hometown News
Volnews@hometownnewsol.com
Several agencies are seek-
ing donations and volun-
teers to help needy families.

Dream-A-Wish Founda-
tion, (386) 682-6404
Dream-A-Wish has sever-
al toy drop off locations
including area Walgreens
and Gateway Banks. They
are looking for toys geared
to children 3 to 17.

Toys for Tots, Daytona
Beach, Holly Hill and Port
Orange, (386) 257-3163
Toy distribution will be at
8 a.m., Saturday, Dec. 19, at
the Bethune-Cookman Uni-
versity Wildcat Center, 740
International Speedway
Blvd., Daytona Beach.
Participants should be
Daytona Beach, Holly Hill
or Port Orange residents
and must bring picture ID, a
child's birth certificate,
Social Security card or
report card for verification.
There are several collec-
tion bins around town. To
find a toy drop off location,
visit www.toysfortots.org.
There will be toy collec-
tion at The Turkey Rod Run
at the Daytona Internation-
al Speedway Friday and Sat-
urday, Nov. 27 and Nov. 28.
Also, there is a Bowling for
Toys for Tots event from 6 to
8 p.m. Friday, Dec. 4 at Bel-
lair Lanes in Daytona
Beach.

Toys for Tots, Ormond
Beach and New Smyrna
Beach, (386) 676-9056
Toy distribution will be
handled through local


social service agencies.
There are several collec-
tion bins around town. To
find a toy drop off location,
visit www.toysfortots.org.

Salvation Army of East
Volusia and Flagler County,
(386) 236-2020
*Adopt-A-Kettle:
Volunteers may ring bells
at red kettles in front of
local stores to raise funds to
help those in need. Hours
are 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., Friday
through Thursday, Nov. 27
to Dec. 24. Flexible shifts are
available.
*Adopt-An-Angel:
Participants may provide
Christmas toys and gifts for
a needy child. Names can be
taken off the Angel Tree at
the Volusia Mall through
Friday, Dec. 4 or call (386)
236-2020 for more informa-
tion.

*"Share Your Christmas"
WESH Food Drive: Volun-
teers are needed to greet
donors, unload vehicles and
box food.
This event will be held
from 5 a.m. to 1 p.m., Mon-
day, Dec. 7, at Sunshine
Park Mall, South Daytona.
Flexible shifts are available.
*Food box preparation:
Participants will sort food
and assemble boxes for
local individuals and fami-
lies in need from 6 to 8 p.m.,
Thursday, Dec 10.
*Toy/food drive: Partici-
pants will collect food or
toys to be distributed to
needy families. Items
should be delivered before
Friday, Dec. 11.
*Christmas Toy Shop: Par-
ticipants will prepare toys


and food to be distributed
to needy individuals and
families 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.,
Thursday and Friday, Dec.
10 and 11; 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.,
Monday through Thursday,
Dec. 14 to 17; 9 a.m. to 2
p.m., Saturday Dec. 12 (if
needed).
*Christmas Distribution:
Participants will assist with
distributing food and toys
to needy families. Distribu-
tion will be held from 9 a.m.
to noon, Tuesday, Dec. 15 in
New Smyrna Beach, 9 a.m.
to noon, Friday, Dec. 18 in
Daytona Beach.

Gifts of Love Southeast
Volusia County families in
need of assistance may reg-
ister from 9 a.m. to 12:30
p.m. each Monday through
Thursday until Dec. 3, at
United Church of Christ in
New Smyrna Beach. Partici-
pants should bring a picture
ID, proof of residency and
income and Social Security
cards for each family mem-
ber.
Donations of food and
toys may be made from 9
a.m. to 2:30 p.m., each Tues-
day and Thursday at 820
Park Ave., Edgewater.
To adopt a family for the
holiday season, call (386)
423-5257.
To mail a cash donation,
make checks payable to
Gifts of Love Community
Coalition, P.O. Box 224, New
Smyrna Beach, FL 32170.
For more information,
call (386) 423-5257.

Project Care is accepting
donations to help homeless
adults. For more informa-


tion or to make a donation,
call (386) 252-3594.
Home Instead Senior
Care "Be a Santa to a
Senior" program,
www.beasantatoasenior.co
m
The group is teaming up
with non-profit agencies
and area retailers to sponsor
"Be a Santa to a Senior" a
program that collects,
wraps and delivers gifts to
lonely and needy seniors in
Volusia County.
The program runs until
Dec.14.
Prior to the holiday sea-
son, the participating local
non-profit organizations
will identify needy and iso-
lated seniors in the commu-
nity and provide those
names to Home Instead
Senior Care for this commu-
nity service program.
Christmas trees will fea-
ture ornaments with the
first names only of the sen-
iors and their respective gift
requests. Participating East
Volusia tree locations are:
*Ramada Inn Speedway,
1794 W. International
Speedway Blvd., Daytona
Beach,
*Southern Commerce
Bank, 1100 Beville Road,
Daytona Beach, (inside
Wal-Mart)
Daytona Golf Course
Restaurant, 100 Wilder
Blvd., Daytona Beach
Holiday shoppers can
pick up an ornament, buy
items on the list and return
them unwrapped to the
business, along with the
ornament attached.
Home Instead Senior Care
then enlists the volunteers
to collect, wrap and distrib-


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Oak Hill Police Depart-
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The police department is
registering families who
need assistance this year.
Registration ends Friday,
Dec. 4.
The police department
will also sponsor its annual
Angel Christmas Tree. The
tree will be located in the
lobby of the Oak Hill Police
Department. Participants
can pick a card off the tree
and returned wrapped gifts
to Oak Hill City Hall or the
Oak Hill Police Department
by Friday, Dec. 18.
Monetary donations will
be accepted from 9 a.m. to 5
p.m., Monday through Fri-
day, at the police depart-
ment. Donations may be
made at Bank of America in
Edgewater. Checks should
be made payable to the Oak
Hill Police Department
Benevolent Fund.
Monetary donations are
used to purchase groceries
for family holiday baskets
and for grocery gift cards.

The Children's Home
Society of Florida will be
helping more than 300 chil-
dren in foster care this holi-
day season. They are in
need of donations for chil-
dren age newborn to 17. The
greatest need this year is for
children 3 and younger and
ages 14 to 17.
Unwrapped gifts may be
dropped off from 9 a.m. to 4
p.m., Monday through Fri-
day at the office located at
the Sunshine Park Mall,
2400 S. Ridgewood Ave.,


holidays
Suite 32, South Daytona.
There are a few fundrais-
ing events that will benefit
the toy drive.
Maloney's Oyster Bar
invites the public to come
enjoy an evening of merri-
ment, while helping to sup-
port children in the commu-
nity at 6 p.m., Tuesday, Nov.
24, at the bar, 147 Canal St.,
New Smyrna Beach. Proceeds
from the sale of all Sam
Adams and Guinness will
benefit the society. Entertain-
ment will be provided by
Flander's and Fancypants.
They will be playing tradition-
al Irish folk music. For more
information, call (386) 424-
1312.
The 32nd annual "Toys for
Our Kids Bike Run" will be
held Sunday, Nov. 22.Regis-
tration will be held from 8:45
a.m. to 11 a.m. at the Day-
tona 200 Motorcycle club-
house, 3602 International
Speedway Blvd. Daytona
Beach. Registration fee is $10
per person. Last bike in will
be at 1 p.m. at Trader Jacks
Roadside. Auction and
awards will start promptly at
2 p.m. There will be free bar-
becue and live music by the
Bruce Coale Band, club chal-
lenge, dice roll and cash win-
ners. For more information or
to registration, call (386) 717-
1888 or visit www.day-
tona200mc.com.
Broda's Leather, 1074 N. U.
S. Highway 1, Ormond
Beach, will hold a toy/poker
run on Sunday, Dec. 13.
Admission is $7 per person or
$10 per couple, plus a new,
unwrapped toy (no stuffed
animals). Participants may
register at Smokehouse
Saloon, 116 Madison Ave.,
Daytona Beach. There will be
live music, raffles, old school
bike show, custom bike show
and more.
For more information or to
receive a "wish list" from the
society, call (386) 304-7600
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Library
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4,337 people used the Holly
Hill library, she said. She said
most of them also used the
City Island Library Center and
Ormond Beach Public
Library.
She said there were 1,442
people who only used the
Holly Hill library and this is
the number of people that
would be impacted by the
closing of the library.
Ms. Colee said there are
eight and a half open posi-
tions in the library system that
can't be filled because of a hir-
ing freeze. It's becoming more
and more difficult to staff all
of the libraries, she said.
None of the staff openings
are at the Holly Hill library,
Ms. Colee said, but there are
one and a half openings at the
Ormond Beach Public Library
and Holly Hill is considered
part of the Ormond Beach
region.
Ms. Colee will present her
recommendation for closing
the library at the Dec. 4
Library Advisory Board meet-
ing.
The public is welcome to
attend and make comments,
she said.
The County Council will


consider the recommenda-
tions of Ms. Colee and the
advisory board at a Dec. 10
County Council meeting, Ms.
Colee said. There will be an
opportunity for public com-
ment.
Ms. Schuhmacher said that
Holly Hill, which owns the
property, only charges the
county one dollar per year to
rent the building for the
library.
"They are doing away with
a library where the city is giv-
ing them a building," she said.
"I get emotional about it. I
basically feel they are taking
advantage of Holly Hill like
they are second class citi-
zens."
Ms. Colee said county staff
is not taking the decision
lightly.
"We've been studying this
for several years," she said.
"We're trying to maintain
quality service."
Douglas Reilly is a Holly Hill
resident who frequents the
library.
"I think it's a very valuable
resource for the area," he said.
"It's on the bus line so it's very
convenient to people who live
here. I borrow DVDs because I
can't afford to rent them any-
more. The county should
rethink how they try to save
money."


Volusia County may close the Holly Hill library


Randy Barber/staff photographer


That's one pricey beer


Spend any time surfing
the Web and you are
bound to find stories
that are just too bizarre to
be true. Here's a sampling,
edited for length. And
remember, just because
it's online doesn't mean it's
true!
From news.aol.corn:
World's priciest beer to be
auctioned
The world's most expen-
sive bottle of beer went on
the auction block last
Saturday; just don't expect
to drink it.
According to Andrew
Aldridge of the British
auction house Henry
Aldridge and Son, the
contents are downright
undrinkable. That's
because the beer bottle,
which is still about 80
percent full, survived the
famous fiery crash of the
Hindenburg in New Jersey
more than 70 years ago.
A milk pitcher that
survived the crash will be
sold as well. The Hinden-
burg was the largest
aircraft to ever take to the
skies. On May 6, 1937, the
hydrogen gas in the
airship caught fire, and 36
of 97 passengers died.
According to the auction
catalog, a local fire chief
recovered the pitcher and
several beer bottles from
the crash. He gave five of
the bottles to colleagues
and one to the Lowenbrau
brewery. The pitcher bears
the logo of the Hinden-
burg's company. The other
bottles have been lost.
From news.aol.com:
Woman passes driving
test, after 950 tries
A woman in South Korea
who tried to pass the
written exam for a driver's
license with near-daily
attempts since April 2005
has finally succeeded on
her 950th time.
The aspiring driver spent
more than $4,200 in
application fees, but until
now had failed to score the


Manager
From page Al

looked at the total package
of salary and benefits, rather
than quibble about each
item, Mayor Roland Via said
after the meeting.
He said the commission
and Ms. Wingo agreed on a
total package of salary and
benefits worth $171,000.
Ms. Wingo will be able to
determine how much she
wants in salary and various
benefits as long as she sticks
to that total.
Originally, Ms. Wingo
asked for $204,000 and the
commission countered with
$149,000.
Ms. Wingo came back


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minimum 60 out of a
possible 100 points
needed to take a driving
test. It took Cha Sa-soon
nearly 1,000 tries to pass
the written test for a
driver's license.
Cha Sa-soon, 68, finally
passed with a score of 60.
Police said Cha took the
test hundreds of times, but
had no specific total. Local
media said she took it 950
times.
Now she must pass a
driving test before getting
her license, Choi said.
From msnbc.msn.com:
Texas man drives sports
car into pond; blames bird
A man blamed a low-
flying pelican and a
dropped cell phone for his
veering his million-dollar
sports car off a road and
into a salt marsh near
Galveston.
The Lufkin, Texas, man
told of driving his luxury,
French-built Bugatti
Veyron when the bird
distracted him, said La
Marque police Lt. Greg
Gilchrist. The Bugatti
Veyron is the fastest and
most expensive car in the
world.
The motorist dropped
his cell phone, reached to
pick it up and veered off
the road and into the salt
marsh. The car was half-
submerged in the brine
about 20 feet from the
road when police arrived.
Gilchrist said he doesn't
know if the car was sal-
vageable. He says the man,
whose identity hasn't been
released, was not injured.

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with a figure of $174,000 and
both sides finally agreed on
$171,000.
After the meeting, Mayor
Via said he has confidence
the package provided to Ms.
Wingo will be a good invest-
ment.
"Ms. Wingo will give us
more than a return on our
money," he said. "She'll
bring in more grants, more
cost saving measures and
make up for the additional
money with her expertise."
He said that her negotia-
tion skills were impressive.
"She's a tough negotiator
and we highly respect that,"
he said. "We believe she'll
negotiate on behalf of the
city with just as much
tenacity. She demonstrated
her negotiating ability."


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Not every Thanksgiving celebrated around a table


By Suzanne Grill
For Hometown News
VOLUSIA COUNTY -
While Thanksgiving usual-
ly brings to mind huge
turkey dinners, football
watching and maybe even
some nap time, many local
families go for a less tradi-
tional holiday.
The Kowitz family of
Ormond Beach alternate
their Thanksgiving holiday
between a day out in a
local state park with a day
spent on a Kowitz sister's
farm up in Lawtey.
The day is filled with
activities for the Kowitz
clan. Canoeing, touch
football games, bird
watching, and long walks
are punctuated with smok-
ing or roasting a turkey
and other meal prepara-
tion before the family sits


down to their outdoor
feast.
"Dogs are also wel-
come," Mr. Kowitz said.
"And my wife makes the
best pecan pie."
Alisha Hutchison travels
everv T vear


with her
husband
from their
Port Orange
home to the
e I d e r
H 11 t r h i n-


until everyone gathers
back at the house for din-
ner.
"And they (the Alabama
relatives) come down here
for Christmas," Mrs.
Hutchison explained. "We


the beach, n
the weather]
said. "We o
eat dinner."
rises and
family enjc
tional, no


Canoeing, touch football games, bird watching,
and long walks are punctuated with smoking
or roasting a turkey and other meal
preparation before the family sits down to
their outdoor feast.


sons' family
home in
Alabama for a traditional
day of hunting deer and
wild turkey with his broth-
ers and other male family
members. Ending with a
traditional Thanksgiving
dinner, Mrs. Hutchinson
enjoys the camaraderie of
the Hutchinson women


worked that out very early
in our marriage."
The Morris family of
Daytona Beach Shores
truly takes advantage of
their coastal home,
preprepared dishes, and
good timing. "We spend
almost the entire day at


no matter what
r," Mrs. Morris
nly go home to
Then the Mor-
their extended
oy an interna-
t-so-traditional
Thanksgiving
meal.
"Instead of
cranberry
sauce, we
usually have a
delicious,
h o m m a d


cranberry
chutney,"
Mrs. Morris said.
Other dishes include
spring rolls, a spicy Indian
sweet potato dish sea-
soned with cumin and
roasted peppers, and
always pasta "usually
gnocchi," Mrs. Morris said.
The Woodham family of


Ormond Beach is simplify-
ing their Thanksgiving din-
ner this year, since their
grown children and surviv-
ing parents are spread far
and wide.
"We're going to spend the
day camping out at Juniper
Springs," Mrs. Woodham
said. "And just throw some
steaks on the grill."
Not many would dis-
agree that while food is the
main attraction, sharing
time, conversation and
activities with family and
friends renews the spirit
and a feeling of connected-
ness. But many naturalists
and scientists believe our
desire to spend our free
time with Mother Nature is
also a part of the renewal
process. Parks and the
great outdoors give people
breathing room. They are


places where you can just
be. Whether sitting still and
observing, or taking part in
some activity, we can tem-
porarily reclaim our con-
nection with nature, which
to some is just as impor-
tant as family bonds.
So no matter where or
how you and your family
celebrate the day of giving
thanks, remember to be
grateful for it all the
earth's bounties including
the land, water, trees and
wildlife; family, friends,
neighbors and acquain-
tances; the variety and
abundance of food; sports,
activities, movement and
conversation; and our bod-
ies, which allow us to love,
enjoy and appreciate them
all.

Happy Thanksgiving!


All

creatures..

Jeanine Correia and her
daughter Stephanie, 7, of
Daytona Beach, have Lou
Lou the dog and Cookie
Dough the hamster
blessed by Father Philip
Egitto during the Blessing
of the Pets at Our Lady of
Lourdes Catholic Church in
Daytona Beach recently.









Randy Barber
staff photographer


FAMILY DENTISTRY


FPL


offei


rs ways to save on


your utility costs


For Hometown News
Volnews@hometownnewsol.com

In tough economic times
and with holiday season
slowly approaching, now is
the perfect time for people
to take stock of the energy
usage in their homes and
businesses and make sim-
ple changes that will make
an impact on monthly
bills.

FPL's top ten tips to save
energy (and money)
include:

No. 1- Clean or replace
your air conditioner's filter
every month to help your
unit run more efficiently
and reduce its energy con-
sumption.

No. 2 Cool your home
at 78 or warmer with the
thermostat fan switch on
"auto." For additional sav-
ings, raise your thermostat
to 82 or warmer when


you're away from home.

No. 3 Heat your home
at 68 or cooler with the
thermostat fan switch on
"auto." To save even more,
lower your thermostat to
65 or cooler at bedtime or
when you're away from
home.

No. 4- Install a program-
mable thermostat that you
can set to adjust your
home's temperature auto-
matically so you can be
comfortable when you're
home and save money
when you're not.

No. 5 Turn off ceiling
fans when you leave a
room. A fan that runs con-
stantly can cost up to $7 a
month depending on size
and age.

No. 6 Avoid pre-rinsing
dishes before putting in
dishwasher to save up to
$70 a year.


No. 7- Limit the time you
run your pool pump to no
more than six hours a day
in the summer and no
more than four hours a day
in the winter.

No. 8 Adjust the water
level on your washing
machine to match the load
size, especially when using
hot water. Always use a
cold rinse.

No. 9 Clean the lint fil-
ter in your dryer before
every load to dry your
clothes faster.

No. 10- Use your dryer's
auto-dry sensor, if
equipped, to conserve
energy by not over-drying
your clothes.

For more information
and money-saving ideas,
readers can visit
www.fpl.com/toolkit.


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A12 Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill Hometown News Friday, November 20, 2009


Farmer Pat


Kanay uarber/starr pnotograpner
Patrick Gill of Ormond Beach mulches a plot during the Community Garden Project Fall
Kickoff at Faith Church in Port Orange recently. The community garden project has
plots available for $20 per year to anyone interested in having their own garden. For
more information about the project, call: (386) 871-8415.


Business
From page A10

tion, and managing mar-
keting activities for Alter-


nate Image.
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For Hometown News


Notes
From page A4
Day, Thursday, November
26.
Collections will resume on
the next scheduled service
day.

Holiday waste
collection schedule
released

There will be no garbage,
recycling and yard trash
collection for residents of
unincorporated Volusia
County on Thanksgiving,
Christmas and New Year's
days. Unincorporated areas
are outside city limits.
The makeup day for
Thanksgiving will be Satur-
day, Nov. 28; the makeup
day for Christmas will be
Saturday, Dec. 26; and the
makeup day for New Year's
Day will be Saturday, Jan. 2.
The Tomoka Landfill will
be closed Thanksgiving,
Christmas and New Year's
days.
For more information,
call (386) 943-7889 or visit
www.volusia.org/recycle.

Opportunity
to be Santa

Home Instead Senior Care
is teaming up with non-profit
agencies and area retailers to
sponsor "Be a Santa to a
Senior" a program that
collects, wraps and delivers
gifts to lonely and needy sen-
iors inVolusia County.
The program runs until
Dec. 14.
Christmas trees will feature
ornaments with the first
names only of the seniors
and their respective gift
requests.
Christmas trees with
names can be found at:
*Ramada Inn Speedway,
1794 W. International Speed-
way Blvd., Daytona Beach,
*Southern Commerce
Bank, 1100 Beville Road, Day-
tona Beach, (inside Wal-
Mart)
Daytona Golf Course
Restaurant, 100 Wilder Blvd.,
Daytona Beach
Holiday shoppers can pick


up an ornament, buy items
on the list and return them
unwrapped to the business,
along with the ornament
attached.
Home Instead Senior Care
then enlists the volunteers to
collect, wrap and distribute
the gifts to these seniors.
A community gift-wrap-
ping event will be held from 2
to 5 p.m., Dec. 14, at the
Ramada Inn Speedway from
2-5 p.m.
For more information
about volunteering for gift
wrapping, call (386) 255-
0645.
For more information
about the program, visit
www.beasantatoasenior.com


U.S. Census Bureau
hiring temporary
workers

The U.S. Census Bureau is
looking for job applicants to
work for the 2010 Census.
Peak hiring will be from Feb-
ruary through May for tem-
porary assignments, most
lasting five to 10 weeks.
Most positions require U.S.
citizenship, a driver's license
and use of a vehicle, and each
applicant will undergo a
background check. Census
positions offer competitive
wages and flexible schedules
and allow people to work in
their neighborhoods.
All census takers must be
able to speak English, but
people who have bilingual
skills are needed in commu-
nities where a large number
of residents speak other lan-
guages.
For testing locations and
more information, call (866)
861-2010 or visit
www.201 OCensusjobs.gov.

Give the gift of
service this holiday
season
The United Way Volunteer
Center can help people inter-
ested in volunteering this
holiday season find out
where they are needed most.
A number of the group's
non-profit partners have
developed special programs
for the holidays, which are
dependent on volunteer sup-


port.
For more information,
(386) 253-0564 or visit
http://www.1 -800-volun-
teer.org/ 1800Vol/volusia-fla-
gler.

Bike run benefits
Children's Home
Society

The 32nd annual "Toys
for Our Kids Bike Run" will
be held Sunday, Nov. 22.
Registration will be held
from 8:45 a.m. to 11 a.m. at
the Daytona 200 Motorcy-
cle clubhouse, 3602 Inter-
national Speedway Blvd.
Daytona Beach.
Registration fee is $10 per
person.
Last bike in will be at 1
p.m. at Trader Jacks Road-
side.
Auction and awards will
start promptly at 2 p.m.
There will be free barbe-
cue and live music by the
Bruce Coale Band, club
challenge, dice roll and
cash winners.
This event will benefit
Children's Home Society of
Florida North Coastal
Division.
For more information or
to registration, call (386)
717-1888 or visit www.day-
tona200mc.com.

Festival of Lights gala
scheduled

The Guild of the Museum
of Arts and Sciences will be
holding the Festival of
Lights from Tuesday, Nov.
24 to Sunday, Dec. 6, at the
museum, 352 S. Nova Road,
Daytona Beach.
An opening gala recep-
tion will be held from 6 to 9
p.m., Monday, Nov. 23, at
the museum.
The cost of the gala is $35
and includes refreshments,
fashion show and musical
entertainment.
The event will feature a
holiday tree silent auction.
Each tree will go to the
highest bidder at the con-
clusion of the festival.
For event tickets, call
(386) 441-4589.


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Poinsettias offer delicate beauty for the holidays


W th the holidays
rapidly approach-
ing, soon one of
the most popular plants on
earth will be available for
sale.
The plant I am referring to
is the colorful poinsettia
plant. These beautiful
plants are most commonly
known for their red color
but they also can come in
many other colors such as
white, pink or multi-
colored.
Since most retailers offer
mass displays of these
gems, you will have an
almost unlimited choice to
bring home. As beautiful as
these plants are, they are
also very fragile and you
must handle them gently or
the delicate branches will
break and fall off.
During my lifetime, I have
unpacked and displayed no
less then 100,000 of these
beauties and I still do not
tire of their delicate appear-
ance.
Poinsettias have an
interesting history that


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From page A6
to the police report, Thornton
grabbed the child's wrist, led
her into a bathroom and
locked the door. The suspect's
son became suspicious after
Thornton left the house and
asked the child if anything
happened. According to the
report, she initially said no
but then asked him if he
could keep a secret and said
Thornton sexually assaulted
her and forced her to touch
him. Thornton was arrested
at his home in Port Orange
and is being held without
bond in jail. A DCF
spokesman toldWESH 2
Thornton did not work
directly with children in his
capacity as a food stamp
processor, but because
Thornton had worked for


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dates back to the 14th
century. In fact, during the
period from the 14th to the
16th century, the Aztec
Indians called poinsettias
cuetlaxochitle and they used
the sap to control fevers and
the leaves, or bracts, to
produce a red dye.
The actual botanical
name for the poinsettia was
coined by the German
botanist Wilenow. He called
it euphorbia pulcherria. He
first discovered the plant
growing through a crack in
his greenhouse and was so
amazed at the color, so gave
it that name which means
very beautiful.
For many years, and in
fact still today, many people
believe that poinsettias are
poisonous. The truth is they
are not. It is true, however,
that some people are
allergic to the white sap of
the plant and skin irritation
can develop. If you are one
of those people with
sensitive skin, handle the
plants with care.
For a retailer during the


DCF less than a year and was
still on probation, he was
immediately fired.

Teens arrested for
burglary

Edgewater Police arrested
three teenagers, two of them
brothers, and said the teens
burglarized more than half a
dozen vehicles over one
recent weekend. Police said a
victim spotted the teens, 13,
14 and 15, rifling through his
vehicle and briefly chased
after them. Police caught up
with the teens on another
street. Police said the boys
admitted they were "clicking"
cars, which means checking
car doors to find those left
open. The teens said they
took whatever they could find
of value.


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holiday season, having a
fresh batch of poinsettias is
like a pot of gold at the end
of the rainbow. These
wonderful plants create an
eye-catching display that
will certainly draw a crowd.
So, with all these choices,
how do I pick that perfect
plant?
First, look for plants that
have been removed from
their sleeves. Many retailers
will display the plants with
sleeves intact, and if plants
sit on the shelf too long, this
can cause the leaves to
yellow and drop and
eventually, the plant may
die. Choose plants that have
been removed from their
sleeves.
If you do choose a plant
that is sleeved, remove the
plastic as soon as you get


Shark bites teen
Volusia County saw shark
bite number eight for the year
after an 18-year-old from Lake
Mary took a bite on the leg
while surfing at the jetty in New
Smyrna Beach. The injury was
not serious and the teen did
not go to a hospital for care.
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home.
Next, look for plants that
have little or no pollen
showing on the flower
clusters. This is a good
indicator of the maturity of
the flower bracts. You should
always choose plants that
have a lush, green color to
their foliage and have a good,
healthy appearance. Avoid
plants that look droopy or
have yellowing leaves.
While choosing your
plants, handle them carefully
so as not to break the
adjoining plants so every-
body can have a chance at
getting a prime- looking
plant.
Once you have chosen
your gem and you're home,
some standard TLC will
ensure you get a long lifespan
from your new houseguest.
If you are keeping your
plant indoors and it is not
near a good light source,
occasionally put it in a sunny
location so it can get the light
it needs to maintain a healthy
look. If the plant starts to
drop leaves excessively, it is


The fall months have seen
changing weather on the shore
line with gusting winds from
tropical system Ida sending a
backlash and kicking up the
ocean. Over a few days, the air
temperature was cold, then
warm again and then chilly
though the surf temperature is
slowly going down.


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FRIDAY, Nov. 20
*Holiday kickoff: Our Old
Stuff Antiques Holiday kickoff
party will be held from 5-9
p.m., Friday at 1005 Ridge-
wood Ave., Holly Hill. There
will be door prizes, special
discounts, wine, food and
music. For more information,
call (386) 238-7207 or visit
www.oldstuffantiques.com.
*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.
*Basketball tournament:
The Glenn Wilkes Classic
returns for its 3rd annual
tournament Friday to Sunday.
This tournament will kick off
the 2009/2010 NCAA Men's
Basketball season at the
Ocean Center convention
complex in Daytona Beach.
Glenn Wilkes, former Head
Basketball Coach at NCAA
Division I Stetson University, is
a veteran of 41 years of
college coaching during which
time his teams won 674
games. The event will be filled
with non-stop basketball
action 15 games in three
days, at the Ocean Center.
Games will be played starting
at 11 a.m. each day. For more
information, visit oceancen-
ter.com.
*"Oliver": The Little Theatre
of New Smyrna Beach will
perform the classic Tony
Award winning "Oliver!" based
on Charles Dickens's well
known Oliver Twist. Evening
Performances will be 7 p.m.,
Friday and Saturday, Nov. 20
and 21, Friday and Saturday,
Nov. 27 and 28 and Thursday
through Saturday, Dec. 3, 4, 5.
Sunday matinees will be at 2
p.m., Nov. 22, Nov. 29 and
Dec. 6. Reserved seating is
available for purchase at the
box office by calling (386)
423-1246 or by visiting in
person. Visa, MasterCard and
Discover are accepted. Tickets
are $18 for adults, $17 for
seniors and $9 for students
under 18. The box office is
open weekdays from 1-4 p.m.
and two hours before each
performance. For more
information, call (386) 423-
1246 or visit the Little Theatre
online at www.NsbPlayers.org.
*Bel Canto singers: The Bel
Canto singers will perform
"Sacred Masterpieces" at 7:30
p.m., Friday at Our Lady of
Lourdes Catholic Church, 201
University Blvd, Daytona
See OUT, B2


Granada Cafe


makes dinner


plans


By Wayne Grant
wgrant@hometownnewsol.com
ORMOND BEACH -
The Granada Cafe, locat-
ed near the corner of
Orchard Street and
Granada Boulevard, has
some changes in the
works.
I recently stopped by,
settled into a comfortable
booth for lunch, and got
the latest news from Vic
Ottaviani and his wife
Rizza who bought the
restaurant a few months
ago.
They have redone the
decor of the restaurant,
which has a bright and
homey atmosphere, but
the biggest change is that
they will soon be open for
dinner as well as break-
fast and lunch.
His said his goal is to
offer high quality and rea-
sonable prices.
"For dinner, we're going
to have things like riga-
toni and sausage in a pink
vodka sauce for $8.95.
We'll also have seafood
carbonara, a very high-
end dinner, for $8.95," he
said.
The carbonara will have
shrimp, scallops, and
clams in a garlic cream
sauce.


"I don't know of an Ital-
ian restaurant in the
county that has these
unique dishes," he said.
Mr. Ottaviani is a
retired chiropractor who
has always enjoyed cook-
ing and worked his way
through school as a part-
time cook.
"Cooking has always
been my passion," he
said. "Now I'm doing
something I really enjoy. I
learned from my mother
and still use many of her
recipes."
He has lived all over the
world, he said, and picked
up cooking techniques
from several countries,
especially Italy, where he
lived for several years.
Mr. Ottaviani said he
wants to have a friendly,
community restaurant,
where he and his wife get
to know their customers.
There are a wide range
of breakfast and lunch
options, all fresh and
made from scratch.
The selections have
many original touches,
such as pineapple and
raisins in the coleslaw for
a tropical touch.
For breakfast, offerings
include eggs, omelets,
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will soon add dinner to their breakfast and lunch
offerings.


fast sandwiches.
Lunches include subs,
salads, melts, angus beef
burgers, soups, sand-
wiches, wraps and que-
sadillas, all reasonably
priced.
For my lunch, I ordered
the daily soup and sand-
wich special.
There were a choice of
sandwiches and I chose
ham and cheese. The


soup of the day was
chicken noodle.
I had my choice of
bread: white, wheat or
rye, and cheese: Swiss,
provolone, American or
cheddar. I was given the
option of having the
sandwich grilled, which I
did.
The meal was hot and
See GRANADA, B3


The Club Scene


*The Aquarium: Neil
Freestone will perform
acoustic '80s rock from 5-9
p.m. each Friday. The
Fabulous Slidells perform
classic rock from 4-8 p.m.
each Saturday, and Nancy
Heartline will perform folk
acoustic music from 4-8 p.m.
each Sunday. Aquarium
nightclub hours are from
9:30 p.m.-2:30 a.m., Friday
and Saturday. The Aquarium
is located at 125 Basin St.,
Daytona Beach. For more
information, call (386) 255-
6477. www.AquariumDay-
tona.com
*Bank & Blues Club:
Daytona Blues SocietyTrue
Blues Jam is held at 7:30
p.m. each Wednesday. The
Show Case Act will be held at
8:30 p.m. Daytona Blues
Society "True Blues" Live Jam
open jam session is held
from 10 p.m.-1 a.m. each
Wednesday at 701 Main St.,


Daytona Beach. There is a $3
cover. For more information
and a full events schedule,
visit the Web site at
www.DaytonaBluesSociety.or
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*First Turn Steakhouse:
Reuben Lounge Lizard will
perform at 6 p.m., Friday at
the tiki bar. Larry Tomei will
perform at 6 p.m., Saturday
at the tiki bar. First Turn
Steakhouse is located at
5236 S. Ridgewood Ave., Port
Orange. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 788-5434 or
visit www.firstturnsteak-
house.com
*Five O'Clock Charley:
This band will perform rock
'n' roll, blues and country hits
from 7-10 p.m., Friday at
Julian's Landmark, 88 S.
Atlantic Ave., Ormond Beach.
The band will perform from
5-9 p.m., Saturday at the
RiverGrille, 950 N. U.S.
Highway 1, Ormond Beach.


The band will perform from
4-8 p.m., Sunday at the
Halifax Yacht Club, 331 S.
Beach St., Daytona Beach.
The band will perform from
7-10 p.m., Wednesday at the
Moose Family Center, 601 W.
Granada Blvd., Ormond
Beach. The band performs
from 5:30-8:30 p.m. each
Thursday 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. Pat D'aguanno will
perform. 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.


*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. Concert in the
Courtyard with Jacqueline
Jones and her trio will be
held from 6-9 p.m., Sunday.
Thom Chambers will also
perform from 6-10 p.m.,
Monday. Pianist and vocalist
Michael Lamy will perform
from 6-10 p.m., Tuesday for
ladies night. Mr. Hodgson will
perform from 6-10 p.m.,
Wednesday 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
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STAR SCOPES
James Tucker
Week of 11-20-2009
Aries-March 21-April 19
Continue to live your life with
ideas that give you peace,
love, health, abundance and
joy. Stay centered and keep
focused. You know what you
want. The inspiration for
greatness is in your soul. You
were born for greatness.
Refuse to allow the world or
negative people sidetrack you
on your great mission through
life.
Taurus-April 20-May 20
New learning and under-
standing is creating better
results in your work and at
home. Pace yourself. Patience
is working. Read the signs that
patience is working in your
favor. Your job is to read the
signs that favor is working in
your behalf. Slow down and
read the signs that favor is
working for you. It is.
Gemini May 21-June 21
Affirm every day that you are
continually fed and protected
by the unlimited good in the
universe. Give thanks for the
many wonderful friends who
grace your life and bring so
much happiness and joy. You
see the good in others. They
see it in you as well. This is the
true meaning of life. Add to
and savor it well.
Cancer-June 21-July21
You can't change another per-
son, but you can change your-
self. Keep a lighter touch
when faced with life's chal-
lenges. Keep centered and fol-
low your great heart. Stay
upbeat. Most of the things you
fret about are unlikely to hap-
pen in the first place. Stay
above the small stuff, take
time to play and life will be
good.
Leo-July 23-Aug.22
You make such great, wise
choices. You are the center of
fire in the zodiac. It's your job
to give all of the rest of us
inspiration. We need to hear
from you, Leo. All your other
brothers and sisters need your
help and your light. We are all
moving forward. Please give
back and give us your wis-
dom. We need your help.
Virgo-Aug.23-Sept.22
Your mind is sharp. Use recent
successes to springboard you
to still higher victory. You think
high thoughts. Your heart is
open. Fear is not a word in
your vocabulary. Finish what
you start in life and you will
win your share. Do it every
day and you will continue to
see victory and success com-
ing to you, my winner.

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DINING & ENTERTAINMENT


Chinese drum show


comes to Peabody


For Hometown News
Volnews@hometownnewsol.com
"Jigu! Thunder Drums of
China" will be performed at 3
p.m., Sunday, Nov. 22, at the
PeabodyAuditorium in
Daytona Beach.
More than just a percussion
concert, "Jigu! Thunder
Drums of China" is a wild
and enchanting spectacle of
storytelling, sound and
choreography.
"Jigu" in Chinese means to
'beat or touch the drum.'
Hailing from the Shanxi
province, this world-
renowned company of
drummers, percussionists
and musicians will wow
audiences in this ultra-
sensory entertainment
experience. The fine art of
drumming is indicative of the
culture of the Shanxi
province.
Members of the ensemble,
whose skills are passed down
from generation to genera-
tion, are all between 18 and
30 years old and come from
28 villages in the Shanxi
Province, just west of the
Taihang mountains. Most
professional musicians in
China begin their musical
training at age 6, but they are
not chosen as members of a


professional performing
troupe until they are between
16 and 18.
The ensemble was founded
in 1988, and theyhave
performed in many coun-
tries, including Denmark,
Morocco, Singapore,
Malaysia, Korea, Hong Kong,
Macao and Taiwan. And, in
2007, Jigu! embarked on their
very first North American
tour to great success.
Jigu!'s rich and varied
program embraces both the
ceremonial and the popular
styles of percussion music.
Their virtuosic command of
style and technique tells
wordless tales of man and
nature, war and peace, love
and delight all through an
imaginative fusion of music,
movement, color, and
costume.
Tickets for "Jigu! Thunder
Drums of China" can be
purchased at the Peabody
Auditorium Box Office, 600
Auditorium Blvd., Daytona
Beach, www. PeabodyAudi-
torium. org, by calling
(800)745-3000, online at
www. ticketmaster.com, or
at any Ticketmaster outlet.
Ticket prices range from $28 -
$38, plus service fees.
For more information, call
(386) 671-3462.


Out
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Beach. This event features
works by Faure, Martini, and
Telemann. Admission to all
the concerts is free, but a
donation of $10 is asked for
at the door.
*Reggae concert:
Dominic Balli from South-
ern California will perform
at 6:30 p.m., Friday at
Beachside Church at 221
Vining Court, Ormond
Beach. Tickets are $7 at the
door. For more information,
e-mail
jasonbeacside@gmail.com.

SATURDAY, Nov. 21

*SuperStars of Volusia
finals: Nineteen finalists
will compete at the Super-
Stars of Volusia finals to be
held at 7 p.m., Saturday at
the Performing Arts Center
of Mainland High School.
The first place winner will
choose between $2,000
cash or 25 hours of record-
ing studio. The second place
winner will choose between
$1,500 cash or 15 hours in
a multi-track recording
studio. The third place
winner will choose between
$500 cash or 10 hours in a
multi-track recording studio.
If a winner is in dance or
dramatic arts, the prize will
be a professional photo or


video session. Adult ticket
prices are $20 and student
tickets are $10. Call the
Symphony Society office at
(386) 253-2901 for tickets.
MasterCard and Visa are
accepted. Cash only tickets
may be purchased at the
door the evening of the
contest. For more informa-
tion, visit SuperStarsofVolu-
sia.org or call (386) 679-
5181.
*Garage sale fundraiser:
Bet Sefer Heritage School
will host a garage sale
fundraiser at 75 Seminole
Ave., Ormond Beach.
Parents from the school
community have donated
items to be sold from 8
a.m.-8 p.m., Saturday and
Sunday. All proceeds help
Bet Sefer Heritage School.
*Pet blessing: The Center
For Spiritual Living/Positive
Living Center will hold a
"Pet Blessing: A Spiritual
Ritual Honoring the One-
ness of All Life" at 11 a.m.,
Saturday, Nov. 21, at 1301
Beville Road, Daytona
Beach. Rain date is 2 p.m.,
Sunday, Nov. 22. For more
information, call (386) 672-
6382.
*Holiday yard sale:
Indian River Self Storage
and Edgewater Self Storage
are holding a holiday
community benefit yard sale
event from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.,
Saturday, at 3515 U.S.
Highway 1 in Edgewater.


There will be free refresh-
ments, and a hot dog stand
will be available. Partici-
pants will have the opportu-
nity to get an engraved
ID/Alert bracelet and
purchase Smart Book
coupon booklets to benefit
local high school students.
They will be collecting food
for the Gifts of Love Foun-
dation and also Christmas
wrapped shoeboxes filled
with goodies for a child in
need on behalf of Samari-
tan's Purse Operation
Christmas Child.
*Purple Cow Festival: Full
Moon Natives will hold the
first ever Purple Cow
Festival from 10 a.m.-5 p.m.,
Saturday at 1737 Fern Park
Drive, Port Orange. This
free event will have music,
lawn games, seminars and
bluegrass music by Saltwa-
ter Grass. Performances will
be under the tent at noon
and 2 p.m. Trailerblazers 4-
H Club will be selling
barbeque chicken lunches.
Participants should bring
their own chairs. For more
detailed information, visit
www.PurpleCowFestival.co
m.
*Comedy tour: The Irish
Comedy Tour will perform
at 8 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 21,
at the Peabody Auditorium.
Tickets for The Irish Comedy
Tour are on sale and can be
purchased at the Peabody
Auditorium Box Office, 600


Auditorium Blvd., Daytona
Beach, online at www.tick-
etmaster.com, by phone at
(800) 745-3000, or at any
Ticketmaster outlet. All
seats are just $18 plus
service fees. For more
information, call the box
office at (386) 671-3462.
*The Spruce Creek Jazz
Combo and Pep Band: The
group will be performing
from 5-8:30 p.m., Saturday,
at a benefit dinner/dance at
the Port Orange Eagles
Club. The money raised by
the club for dinner and
donations will go directly to
scholarships for the Euro-
pean Music tour in the
spring of 2010. The Ger-
man-style dinner will cost
$8 per person. Dinner will
be served from 5-8:30 p.m.
There will be a wide variety
of German dishes served.
The dinner is open to the
public. The Eagles Club is
located one block north of
Commonwealth Ave on U.S.
Highway 1. For more
information, call (386) 756-
7200 Ext. 37754.
*Open Hanger Day:
Wings and Wheels will hold
an Open Hangar Day from
10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday,
Nov. 21, at the New
Smyrna Beach Municipal
Airport, 333 S. South St..
They will be collecting pet
food donations for the

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DBIF presents Halifax


Uncorked this weekend


Stacked


For Hometown News
Volnews@hometownnewsol.com
The Daytona Beach Inter-
national Festival has
announced its inaugural
Halifax Uncorked, a two-
day celebration of the best
in culinary and jazz
delights, taking place Satur-
day, Nov. 21 and Sunday,
Nov. 22, at the riverfront
News-Journal Center in
Daytona Beach.
Presented in partnership
with Daytona State College,
the event will be hosted by
Emmy Award-winner and
foodie television personality
Ted Allen. Halifax Uncorked
will serve up a weekend
menu of food samplings,
fine wines and beer tasting
from around the world; and
culinary demonstrations
and conversations with
award-winning chefs.
Each full day of food and
fun will culminate with


Granada
From page B1

delicious, and only $6.95.
There were several other
specials available for
$5.95.
After this tasty lunch
experience, I'll have to


evening concerts by world-
renowned smooth jazz
artists Richard Elliot and
Earl Klugh.
Each day, Halifax
Uncorked will feature an
International Concourse in
the lobby of the News-Jour-
nal Center, where a dozen of
the area's top, locally-
owned, independent gour-
met restaurants will offer
tasting to Halifax Uncorked
patrons.
"Culinary Conversations,"
a unique event component,
will take place throughout
the weekend in the Gillespy
Theater at the News-Journal
Center. The Theater will be
transformed into a custom-
built studio kitchen for live
audience demonstrations
and interactive food and
wine programming, pre-
sented by Daytona State
College's well-respected
Culinary Institute.
A single-day pass, begin-


give dinner a try some day.
Mr. Ottaviani said it
makes his day when he
sees a customer with a full
stomach and a smile on
their face, and that's how I
left that day.
The Granada Cafd is at
376 W Granada Boulevard
and is open seven days a
week from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m.


ning at $69, to Halifax
Uncorked provides full-
access for one day to the
International food and bev-
erage concourse, culinary
conversations and demon-
strations, and admission to
that evening's jazz concert.
Single tickets to concerts
and the Culinary Experience
begin at just $35.
The weekend passport,
beginning at $109, provides
full-access for both days at
the international food and
beverage concourse, culi-
nary conversations and
demonstrations, and
admission to both evening
jazz concerts.
To purchase tickets to
Halifax Uncorked, visit
www.dbif.com, or visit the
new box office at the News-
Journal Center, 221 N.
Beach St.
For more information, call
(386) 226-1927.


For information, call (386)
671-0001.


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Nancy Gehres of Ormond Beach was just one of more than 250,000 stackers around
the world trying to break a world record for "most people sport stacking at multiple
locations in one day" last Thursday. The 'Stack Up!' was sponsored by the World Sport
Stacking Association and was part of the Guinness World Records Day. Results are still
being tallied. worldsportstackingassociation.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,
l* S Wednesdays 12 noon, Thursdays 7pm, each Week
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Scopes
From page B1


Libra-Sept. 23-Oct.22
Your spirit is stronger than
ever. You have a great and
open heart. Your life force is


wonderful. Your desires for a
greater and happier life pre-
vail. Why? It's because of your
wonderful spirit and trust in
the universal power. If we
could be more centered with-
in ourselves life would be bet-
ter for all of us. Thanks.


Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov. 21
Be completely honest with
yourself about what you want
in life that makes you happy.
Answer this question. Take
action. Run the race, come
around the bend and finish
the race. You are a winner.
Yeah! You finished the race.


Put it in your heart, open it up
and go for it. Your true destiny
depends on it.
Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21
All the recent changes are
signs of bigger and better
things to come. The universe is
about to increase your respon-
sibilities. Look for advance-
ments in the workplace The
universe wants to bless you in
the season to come. Prepare
for greater blessings to come
from family, friends and asso-
ciates who honor you.
Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19
You have such a wonderful life
force and energy. You have a
free and open channel
between your mind, heart and
spirit. You have a guardian


angel watching over you.
When you have all these
divine blessings working over
you, you have the greatest
blessings the universe has to
offer. You are so deserving.
Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb.18
Your wisdom and experience
continues to move you toward
your dreams and goals. You
make decisions based on feel-
ing and instincts. You tap into
your higher power. This gives
you an edge in making right
decisions. Keep it up. You now
have the winning edge in your
favor. Your gut always knows
the truth.
Pisces-Feb. 19-March20
Being completely honest with
yourself about the things that


make you happy is the first
step toward victory over life.
Do things that you love first
and then share them with
your family, children and
friends. Refuse to do things
that don't want to do. Your
heart is your greatest gift. Fol-
low your heart. It speaks truth.
Special services
For readings, astrology charts
and other services, call (772)
334-9487, e-mail
jtuckxyz@aol.com. To read the
Spirit Guide column, visit
myhometownnews.net and
click on counseling and
advice.

- James Tucker


Art Notes


Artist panel
discussion planned
The Peabody Auditorium
brings together artists Judy
Gilmer, Margaret Schnebly
Hodge and Patricia H.K.
Zalisko in "Abstracted
Women" for an exhibition in
the Rose Room Gallery.
A panel discussion with
the three artists, moderated
by critically acclaimed art
historian/artist Louise
Lieber, will be held from 3 to


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5 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 21, in
the gallery.
The exhibit continues
through Wednesday, Dec.
16.
The Rose Room Gallery is
free and open to the public
from 10:30 a.m. to 5: 30 p.m.,
Monday through Friday and
10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday.
The gallery is also open dur-
ing all theater events.
For more information, call
(386) 736-3039.
Florida's beauty
featured in exhibit
An opening reception for
"Reflections: Paintings of
Florida 1865-1965" will be


held at 5 p.m., Saturday,
Nov. 21 at the Museum of
Arts and Sciences, 352 S.
Nova Road, Daytona Beach.
Featuring the largest pri-
vate collection of Florida-
based art, "Reflections," is
from the collection of Cici
and Hyatt Brown.
Honored guest will be
Leigh Keno, "Antiques Road-
show" appraiser and presi-
dent of Keno Auctions.
The event will feature an
open bar and food by River-
side Catering.
"Reflections" will be on
display to the public from
Saturday, Nov. 21, to Mon-
day, May 17, 2010.
For ticket information, call
(386) 255-0285.


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Resort reopens

restaurant


For Hometown News
Volnews@hometownnewsol.com
Daytona Beach Resort has
reopened its restaurant,
Reflections. The newly
remodeled restaurant will
feature breakfast, lunch and
dinner in a casual yet
upscale atmosphere, said
interim General Manager
Fran Logue.
The resort's new Food and
Beverage Director, Ed Bar-
ton, will oversee the opera-
tion.
Mr. Barton was brought to
The Daytona Beach Resort
from northern California
where he was a successful
restaurant owner for more
than 20 years.


"My goal is to be part of
the local dining scene,
where anyone and everyone
can have a casual meal on
our oceanfront Reflections
Restaurant and pool deck
Reef Bar," Mr. Barton said.
His experience in busi-
ness, food preparation and
customer satisfaction will
be instilled into the team
working at Reflections.
Reflections opens at 7
a.m. daily for breakfast, and
is open to the public.
Lunch and dinner also
served daily. A new dinner
menu will be debuting in a
few weeks.
For more information, call
(386) 672-3770 Ext. 5001.


Scene
From page B1
(386) 255-7827 or visit
hollywoodcantina@gmail.com
*Inlet Harbor: Les B Fine
will perform from 1-5 p.m.,
Friday and Saturday.
Then2Now hits the stage at 6
p.m., Friday and Saturday.
Steve Hageman will perform
from 12:30-4:30 p.m., Sunday.
Eddie Uzzle will perform at 5
p.m., Sunday and Monday.
Mike Caso will perform at 5
p.m., Tuesday. Greg Cardino
will perform at 5 p.m.,
Wednesday. Mr. Caso will
perform from 12:30-4:30 p.m.,
Thanksgiving Day. Mr. Hage-
man hits the stage at 5 p.m.,
Thanksgiving Day. Inlet Harbor
is located at 133 Inlet Harbor
Road, Ponce Inlet. For more
information, call (386) 767-
5590.
*Jack's Stadium Sports Bar
& Grill: Duo Deboom will
perform at 9 p.m., Friday.


Altered Ego will perform at 9
p.m., Saturday. Jack's will
show the NFL Network
broadcast of the Giants and
Broncos 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: Tomoka Poets
with featured guest Al Hubbs
will be held from 7-9 p.m.,
Friday. Little Rockers on Pianos
will be held from noon-2 p.m.,
Saturday. Caroline Niecly will
be performing from 7-10 p.m.,
Saturday. 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 participa-
tion will be featured. For more
information, call (386) 255-
5411, Ext. 186, or visit
www.myohanaluau.com.
*Seabreeze Coffee Con-
nection: A hand drum circle is
held at 8 p.m. each Wednes-
day at 315 Seabreeze Blvd.,


Daytona Beach. For more
information, visit the Web site
at
www.drumcircle.meetup.com/
327.
*Vino 100: Taste six wines
from several different coun-
tries that would be great with
Thanksgiving dinner during a
wine tasting from 6-8 p.m.,
Friday. Hejira, a world fusion
duo featuring Karl Miranda on
djembe (African hand drum),
Native American flutes, guitar,
congas and didgeridoo, and
Rick de Yampert on sitar,
Native American flutes, guitar
and djembe, 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 informa-
tion, call (386) 677-9800 or
visit www.vinol Ooormond-
beach.com. Vino 100 Ormond
Beach is located at 175 S.
Nova Road.


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Dewoun Buchanan, 16, of Daytona Beach plays the tuba with the Daytona State College
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Clock Tower was built with funds from the Volusia County ECHO grant program and is
located in the center of the college's campus.


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Mashed potatoes
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Desserts:


Pies pumpkin, apple, cherry
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Cheese cakes for one -
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Cheesecake plain or fruit
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Cannoli, rugalach, black &
white cookies and so much
more


Dessert platters are beautiful at home or as a gift
lb. price based on weight before cooking


Homemade Corned Beef, Pastrami, Brisket
Hand Sliced Smoked Fish
Homemade Soups & Grandma's Chopped Liver
Old fashioned Egg Cream Sodas
Freshly Baked Rugaluch, Strudels and More!
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From page B2
Southeast Volusia Humane
Society. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 690-8557
*Bake sale: The American
Legion Auxiliary Unit 285


Edgewater, Inc. will be
holding its annual bake sale
auction from 2-5 p.m.,
Saturday at 2102 S. Ridge-
wood Ave., Suite No. 3.
Proceeds will go towards
two nursing scholarships.
*Rummage sale: Faith
United Brethen in Christ


Church will hold a fall
rummage sale from 9 a.m.-3
p.m., Saturday at 4700 S.
Clyde Morris Blvd., Port
Orange. There will be
household items, clothes,
homemade baked goods
and more. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 761-5482.


SUNDAY, Nov. 22
*Singer: The friends of the
Port Orange library will
present singer Howard Ver
Way at 2 p.m., Sunday, at the
Port Orange Regional Library,
1005 City Center Circle. For
more information, call (386)
322-5152 Ext. 2.
*Bel Canto Singers:
Coronado Community
United Methodist Church will
host the Bel Canto Singers in
concert at 3:30 p.m., Sunday
at Coronado Community
United Methodist Church,
201 S. Peninsula Ave., New
Smyrna Beach. For more
information, visit www.bel-
cantodaytona.org,
MONDAY, NOV. 23
*Festival of Lights gala:
The Guild of Museum of Arts
and Sciences will be spon-
soring the Festival of Lights
Opening Gala Champagne
reception from 6-9 p.m.,
Monday, featuring holiday
trees and wreaths silent
auction. Tickets cost $35
each and include refresh-
ments, fashion show and
musical entertainment. For
event tickets call (386) 441-
4589. The Guild of Museum
of Arts and Sciences Tree
display and silent auction
continues through Sunday,
Dec. 6 with museum


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entrance fee. For more
information, call (386) 441-
2196. The Museum of Arts
and Sciences is located at
352 S. Nova Rd., Daytona
Beach. Visit www.Guild-
MOAS.org.
*Afternoon at the movies:
The Port Orange Regional
Library will show the film
"Earth" at 2 p.m., Monday in
the library auditorium, 1005
City Center Circle. This film is
rated G and is 90 minutes.
This is a story of three
animal families on a journey
across our planet polar
bears, elephants, and
humpback whales. It
captures rare footage of
nature's wildest and most
elusive animals. For more
information, call (386) 322-
5152 Ext.4.
TUESDAY, Nov. 24
*Book and a movie: The
Ormond Beach Regional
Library will offer "A Book and
a Movie" at 2 p.m. Tuesday,
Nov. 24. After showing
"Friday Night Lights," a
librarian will lead partici-
pants through a discussion
of the movie and the novel,
which was written by H.G.
Bissinger. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 676-4191.
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service: All Saints Lutheran
Church will be holding a
community Thanksgiving eve
service at 7 p.m., Wednesday
at 751 Dunlawton Ave., Port
Orange. There will be a
cookie and coffee reception.
The public may attend. For
more information, call (386)
761-9129.
*Walk: The Happy Wander-
ers will hold a free 5k
fun walk at 6 p.m., Wednes-
day, at Buena Vista park, 500
N. Causeway in New Smyrna
Beach. For more information,
call (386) 788-4026, (386)
676-9863 or visit www.hap-
pywanderersfl.org.
*Music for Healing:
Sponsored by the Port
Orange Ministerial Associa-
tion, "Music for Healing:
Body, Mind and Spirit" is
held from 12:15-12:45 p.m.
each Wednesday at the All
Saints Lutheran Church, 751
Dunlawton Ave., Port
Orange. Musicians from local
churches and schools
present instrumental music
for peaceful contemplation,
reflection, self-care and
meditation. Marian Stedman
will provide the piano music.
The public may attend.
Instrumental musicians are
needed. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 761-9129.

THURSDAY, Nov.26
*Daytona Turkey Run car
show: More than 5,000 show-
quality cars on display. The
show kicks off on the infield of
Daytona International Speed-
way Thanksgiving day,
Thursday, Nov. 26 and runs
through Sunday, Nov. 29.
Thursday through Saturday,
admission is $15 and hours
are 8 a.m.-4 p.m.; Sunday
admission is $10 and hours
are 8 am. -2 p.m. Parking is
free. For more information,
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Roasting a turkey? Just pretend it's a large chicken


Hello, smart shoppers,
it's turkey time!
Check out my
cookbook special at the end
of the column.
Any brand turkey is good;
how you cook the turkey
will determine its moist-
ness. For my turkey, I make
my German Aunt Margie's
sausage stuffing. According
to my daughter-in-law, Lisa,
"It should be patented!"
Roasting your first turkey
can be a terrifying cooking
experience; just pretend it's
a very large chicken. Make
the stuffing and as many
vegetables as possible a day
or two before to make your
life easier.
I know times are extreme-
ly tough, but if you're
reading this column you
have something to be
thankful for.
God's blessings!

ROAST TURKEY
Thaw turkey, remove
giblets from the cavity and
neck, Remove any fat and
soak in cold, salted water for
at least one hour. Doing this
gives the meat a fresher
flavor. Rinse and dry with
paper towels.
Follow roasting instruc-
tions on the turkey bag. Be
sure to use a heavy-duty
metal pan. Rub turkey with
canola oil, sprinkle with salt
and pepper. For a small
turkey, place breast side
down on a sprayed v-rack.
Turn right side up the last
half hour of roasting.
Another trick is to season
and place in a paper
supermarket bag in the
roasting pan; leave bag


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with the
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open. No basting is neces-
sary. Tear open bag the last
half hour, baste and roast 'til
golden.
For a large turkey, place
on a rack in the pan, season
as directed. Make a tent of
heavy aluminum foil and
place over top of turkey.
This will prevent the
moisture from escaping.
Baste occasionally and roast
until done. Remove foil 1/2
hour before done for a crisp,
crackly skin.
If you choose to stuff the
turkey, the stuffing must be
cold to prevent the growth
of bacteria. Loosely stuff
both the body and neck
cavity; the stuffing swells as
the bird cooks. Close
openings with turkey
skewers and string. Tie
wings and legs and roast as
directed on the package.
Here's a method that will
free up the oven for the
vegetables, it beats any
cooking method for a turkey
20 pounds or more.
Put the turkey, tented
with foil, in a 200-degree
oven at 10 p.m. the night
before. At 10 a.m., turn oven
to 325-degrees, roast about
2 hours or until a meat
thermometer inserted in
the thigh registers 170
degrees. Increase time
according to size. Baste
often. Results: a tender,
juicy bird.
You can also remove


turkey from oven in the
morning and put it back
into a pre-heated oven two
hours before you plan to
serve. Although the cooking
time should be 180 degrees,
the bird will keep cooking
once it's out.
For an end result that is
easier for serving and lower
in fat, place stuffing in a
large covered casserole
rather than in the bird. Put
in the oven for the last hour
and baste with a squirt of
turkey drippings.

TURKEY GRAVY

Remove turkey to platter.
Pour drippings into a
saucepan. Add 1-2 cups
water to the metal pan,
bring to a boil, scraping up
the browned pieces. Pour
into saucepan. De-fat juices
by adding at least 12 ice
cubes to the saucepan. Let
sit until the fat congeals and
clings to the cubes. Remove
remaining cubes and fat
with a slotted spoon.
In a large jar, put 2 cups
cold water and several
tablespoons flour. Cover
and shake well. Bring liquid
to a boil, adding more water
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strainer, slowly pour the
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stirring constantly until
boiling each time, until
desired thickness is
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1 pound pork sausage
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4 large onions, chopped
6 large stalks celery,
chopped
1 tablespoon canola oil
Turkey liver, chopped
(optional)
2 teaspoons sage
2 teaspoons salt
1/2-teaspoon black
pepper
2 tablespoons chopped
parsley
1 large loaf white bread
2 cups chicken broth,
canned or homemade


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brown in skillet. Drain and
set aside. Add canola oil to
skillet. SautO onion, celery
and turkey liver.* Add
seasonings. Return sausage
to pan and cook a few
minutes.
In a large bowl, break
bread into small pieces. Add
sausage mixture and broth.
Mix thoroughly. Taste. Add
more salt if necessary. Cool
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casserole as explained
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*American Legion Post
17: Spaghetti night is from
4:30-6:30 p.m. each Thurs-
day. Surf and turf is served
from 4:30-6:30 p.m. each


Friday. Breakfast is served
from 8-11 a.m., Sunday.
American Legion Post 17 is
located at 619 W. Canal St.,
New Smyrna Beach. For
more information, call (386)
427-5013.
*American Legion Post
270: A fish fry and music
entertainment is held from
5-7 p.m. each Friday. Taco
night is held each Monday
from 5-7 p.m. Wing night is
held each Wednesday from


5-7 p.m. The public may
attend. American Legion
Post 270 is located at 119
Howes St., Port Orange.
*Cruise night: East Coast
Cruisers hold a cruise night
from 4-8 p.m. the second
Saturday of each month on
Canal Street in New Smyrna
Beach.
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(386) 255-7744 or visit the
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*Democracy Now:
Internet news with Amy
Goodman will be presented
at 10:30 a.m. each Thursday
at Unitarian Universalist
Society, 56 N. Halifax,
Ormond Beach. News and
analysis will be covered.
Coffee and donuts will be
served. The public may
attend.
*Edgewater Fire-Rescue
Bingo: Games begin at 6:30
p.m. each Tuesday at the
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Hall, 2616 Hibiscus Drive.
Two games have $100
jackpots. The facility is non-
smoking. snacks and soft
drinks are available for
purchase. All proceeds
benefit the Fire-Rescue
Association's various causes.
For more information, call
(386) 424-2445.
*Elks bingo: Games begin
at 1 p.m. on Sundays and
6:30 p.m. on Thursdays at
820 W. Park Ave., Edgewater.
The facility is non-smoking,
food and soft drinks avail-
able for purchase. All
proceeds benefit the Elk's
sponsored charities. For
more information call (386)
427-2512.
*Ormond Beach Histori-
cal Society Welcome Center
and Museum: This is the


"Gateway to the Ormond
Scenic Loop" featuring
historical photographs, a 20-
minute DVD, and interpre-
tive panels that reveal the
rich and diverse history of
the Ormond Beach area.
Located in the 1895 Mac-
Donald House, the Welcome
Center features information
about the Timucua Indians,
the Spanish and British
Colonial Periods, early
pioneer settlers, the Hotel
Ormond, "Birthplace of
Speed", and John D. Rocke-
feller. Hours are 10 a.m -3
p.m. Tuesday to Saturday.
Admission is Free. The
welcome center and
museum is located at 38 E.
Granada Blvd. Ormond
Beach. For more informa-
tion, call 386-676-7005 or
visit
www.ormondhistory.org.
*Marine Discovery
Center: Mosquito Lagoon
eco-tours and kayak tours
and rentals are available
daily from the Marine
Discovery Center, 116 N.
Causeway, New Smyrna
Beach. For times, call (386)
428-4828.
*Peninsula Woman's
Club: A luncheon followed
by bridge or canasta will be
held from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.,
Thursday, at 415 S. Penin-
sula, Daytona Beach. The
cost is $10. For more
information, call (386) 760-
0487.


*Pinnacle and Yuker: New
groups are starting at the
Port Orange Adults Center,
4790 Ridgewood Ave.
Residents meet at 4 p.m.
each Friday to play games.
For more information, call
(386) 761-7633.
*Port Orange Regional
Library: Wii for adults will
be played at 10 a.m. each
Tuesday and Thursday at the
Port Orange Regional
Library, 1005 City Center
Circle. For more information,
call (386) 322-5152.
*Sica Hall Senior Center:
Nickel and dime poker is
played at noon each
Thursday. Donations are all
that is asked to play. Several
different games are played,
and rules are posted. Line
dancing takes place at 2
p.m. each Thursday and
costs $4 for members. Also,
from 2-4 p.m. each Tuesday,
a live band plays music from
the 1940s and up to dance
to. Refreshments are served.
Singles or couples may
attend. The cost is $4.50 for
nonmembers and $3.50 for
members. Bingo is held at 1
p.m. each Monday and
Wednesday. Drawings, prizes
and free refreshments are
available. The cost is $1 for
members and $2 for non-
members. The Sica Hall
Senior Center is located at
1065 Daytona Ave., Holly
Hill. For more information,
call (386) 236-2997.


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Vacations can be enriching as well as pleasurable


Take a step back in
time. Think back to
when you were
young and in school.
Along with your teacher
and classmates, you may
have taken a field trip to a
local museum, historical
site or even the zoo.
Do you remember? I bet
you do because you were
there, in it, feeling it and
listening to someone
knowledgeable telling you
all about what you are
experiencing.
It may have been a visit
to something set in
colonial times and you are
learning how people lived
back in those days. You
saw the rather small
dwellings that they lived in
and how they cooked,
retrieved water or grew
their own food. In your
young mind, you were
probably amazed more
about what they did not
have back then. The fact
that you got to see it and


feel it, made the entire
experience memorable.
These days, there are
quite a few options for you
to experience those same
feelings. There are many
tours and cruises you can
travel with that can to
enrich your life or at least
explore your interests.
Many deluxe cruise
lines, such as Crystal,
SilverSeas and Regent
Seven Seas, Seabourne and
Oceania, have enrichment
programs on board on all
of the various itineraries
offered.
The topics depend upon
the itinerary. For example,
an Alaska cruise may have
a naturalist or Alaska
specialist on board to
speak on their specialties.


On other sailings you
may have an archeologist
that may speak on the
Mayan ruins or the
pyramids. Your itinerary
generally dictates what
specialist will be aboard,
however you may have
additional lecturers or
performers.
On a recent transatlantic
cruise aboard the Queen
Mary II, James Taylor
performed in concert.
Additionally, there were
lectures by a renowned
author and scientist.
Sometimes there are
artists, musicians, chefs,
sommeliers, photogra-
phers, Egyptologists,
academics, historians and
expedition leaders, in
addition to local experts of
the areas visited while in
port.
You may participate in
any of the adventures
offered or just listen to
what the speakers have to
say on the various sub-


jects. They even have
technology specialists on
board that can teach you
new computer programs
or even how to best use
your new iPhone (accord-
ing to the cruise line, these
are very popular). Even
mass-market cruise lines
offer some lectures or
classes on board.
Specialty tours are
another option for learn-
ing vacations. You may be
interested in taking a
gourmet and wine tour in
Tuscany, or the more
adventurous might take
advantage of a biking tour
of Holland, trek through
the Amazon, feel the pulse
of the local environment
as you visit the islands
along the Dalmatian
Coast, tour World War II
sites in Europe or Civil War
sites here in our own
backyard. There are
incredible tours offering
various levels of activities
and interests.


Collette Vacations offers
Smithsonian Journeys
Travel Adventures, which
are worldwide learning
vacations. These are
custom-crafted tours
created for adventurous
travelers who seek the
thrill of discovery and
learning. Local expert
speakers really make the
difference between simply
seeing, and truly under-
standing, the destination.
In 2009 they offered 18
escorted learning adven-
tures in Europe, South
America, Costa Rica,
Mexico, Asia, Australia,
New Zealand, Egypt, the
U.S. and Canada.
Tauck Tours offers
"Culturious" designed for
inquisitive travelers who
are curious about other
cultures. These small
group tours immerse the
participants in the local
environment and way of
life. Tauck Culturious
offers tours to Tuscany


and Cinque Terre,
Provence, Croatia's Dal-
mation Coast, Costa Rica,
Peru and the Amazon,
Vietnam and Cambodia,
and Manitoba.
Other companies
offering learning tours are
Lindblad Expeditions in
partnership with National
Geographic and Aber-
crombie & Kent.
These are just a few of
the many companies
offering something more
than just touring or
cruising, they offer enrich-
ment.
On your next vacation,
don't just bring home
photos and souvenirs,
bring home the experience
of what you have gathered
on your learning vacation.
It really is a new way to see
the world.
Patty Toppa is a travel
consultant with Gadabout
Travel. She can be reached
at patty@cruisetravel-
tours.com or www.cruise-
traveltours.com.


What's all the 'Skype' about?


Opa!


If you spend any amount of
time surfing the Web you
are bound to run across
the name "Skype."
You may occasionally see a
"Skype me" button on aWeb
site or even embedded in an
e-mail.
Skype is one of the leading
"voice over IP" services on the
Internet. It's a program/serv-
ice that turns your computer
into an easy-to-use Internet
phone allowing you to place
calls to any other Skype user
for free, or any "real" phone
number for a very low fee.
I know, I know. People have
been talking about cheap (or
even free) phone calls over
the Internet for years and I
think I even wrote a column
about anotherVOIP service,
Vonage, awhile back, but
what is it about Skype that
warrants a closer look?What
is it that makes Skype special?
Well, for starters: price.
It's cheaper than other
services out there, certainly a
lot cheaper than your
standard plain old telephone
system.
It's free to call other Skype
users and outgoing calls to
regular, non-Skype phones
("SkypeOut") range around 2
to 4 cents a minute. For a low
yearly fee, about $30 as I write
this, you can sign up for
unlimited outgoing calls. Or,
periodically, you can load up
on credits to use when
making outgoing calls. There
is a little meter at the top of
the program that tells you
how many credits you have
left as you use them.


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Also, they have special rates
for international calls.
Inbound calls are handled a
little differently. You can
either be set up to receive
inbound calls only from other
Skype users or you can, for a
low yearly fee, buy a
"Skypeln" number. Pick
whatever area code you like
and start receiving calls. If
your computer is turned off
or you don't answer, you have
the option of letting the call
go to voice mail or forwarding
the call to another number,
such as your cell phone. The
quality is surprisingly clear.
So far, since I've been using
it, no one that I have called on
a regular phone has suspect-
ed that I was calling from my
computer, and no one that
has called my Skypeln
number has even suspected
that they were talking to me
on my computer. Or at least
the ones that I've asked
haven't anyway. So far, I have
not heard any distortion or
experienced any of the issues
that plagued early attempts of
VOWI
There are even some pretty
sophisticated devices out
there that work with the
service, such as desk and
cordless phone modules that
plug into the USB port of the
computer, giving the system a


true telephone feel rather
than that "ham radio opera-
tor" feel that computer
headsets can often give you.
They have Wi-Fi handsets
that connect you to your
Skype service anytime you
have access to wireless
Internet, eliminating the need
to have a computer on all the
time and there are even
conversion kits, again
surprisingly cheap, that let
you convert your home's
phone wiring to Skype.
I was reading about one
system that (when connected
to your house wiring) lets you
plug in ordinary household
phones (wired, cordless, etc.)
into any jack in the house and
be able to make and receive
Skype calls.
With my current phone bill
as high as it is, I could see how
a system like that could save a
lot of money.
If you like the idea of
making cheap, long distance
calls without a lot of hassles
setting it up, point your Web
browser to www.skype.com
and read up on it. The
software is free to download
and sports a guarantee that
it's free of spyware and other
malicious software.
The site is laid out well with
information readily available,
but if you do have questions,
call me at (888) 752-9049 and
I'll answer what I can.

Sean McCarthy fixes
computers. He can be reached
at (772) 408-0680 or
help@ComputeThisOnline.co
m (no hyphens).


Randy Barber/staff photographer
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traditional Greek dance called the Zembekiko during
the Daytona Beach Greek Festival at St. Demetrios
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Head north for fun fishing


Do not be overly
impressed with
published reports of
spectacular catches in the
Halifax. There are a few fish
to be caught, but success
will take a lot of work and
even more luck.
Between Tomoka Basin
and the Dunlawton Bridge
fishing is a poor as I have
ever seen it.
While the water retains
the color and consistency
of coffee, the catch is more
low-fat milk only about
two percent of the fish
remain.
To find more action, I
towed up to the State Road
100 Bridge in Flagler Beach.
I launched in the pre-dawn
and motored north to the
Sea Ray Boat Works canal.
That cut has a long-
standing reputation for big
sea trout.
I had to smile when on
my first cast a trout had my
jig a split second after it hit
the water.
It turned out to be just a
bit shorter than the legal
length of 15 inches as were
the next six that came in
rapid succession.
No matter, they were all
perfect fun size. Before
leaving, I did manage to
boat two 16-inchers to take
home.
By the way, spotted sea


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WITH
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DAN SMITH



trout season is closed in
Volusia County until the
new year, but are legal
north of the county line.
That's another good reason
to fish north.
Continuing to target
trout, I moved on up the
river about three miles to
where the bank is lined
with rocks. The water there
is fed by Matanzas Inlet
and is beautiful green and
clear just the way we
wished the water in Volusia
County would be. To avoid
snagging my jig on sub-
merged rocks I went with
the Mirro Lure Floating
Twitchbait and right away
began to get short hits, but
no takers.
It took me a few minutes
to realize that the trout I
was missing were actually
mangrove snappers.
With that in mind, I
switched to the suspending
twitchbait, which is about a
third smaller than the full
sized Mirro Lure.
Even though I have
caught six-inch mangos on
six-inch plugs, I wanted to
make it just a bit easier for


the little scrappers to hook
up.
That worked nicely and
soon I had a five fish limit.
All were between 12 and 14
inches and came in on the
plug. Not one throw back of
less than 10 inches was
caught. Five keeper man-
grove snapper on a plug is
somewhat of a rare hap-
pening these days.
Back at the boat ramp, I
met young Ryan Bounds of
Palm Coast who was
launching his jet ski. Much
to my surprise he brought
along a fishing rod and a
few lures.
When I questioned him
about it he replied: "This is
my redfish machine!" He
told me he could fish
places no boat could reach
and enjoyed a lot of success
with his unorthodox fishing
vessel. Now let me say right
here I am no fan of those
noisy sea-going motorcy-
cles, but I love to see young
folks out fishing. If a jet ski
is what it takes so be it!

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


Purr-fect
Three-year-old McKenzie
Colb of Holly Hill found a
new friend while attending
the Ghost and Goblins with
Paws Fun Day at the
Kenneth Parker Amphithe-
ater in Port Orange recent-
ly. The Obedience Club of
Daytona sponsored the
event.








Randy Barber
staff photographer


Many winter events target


golfers 40 and older


W th age, comes
benefits. No, I'm
not talking about
50 cent coffee or discounts
on hotels or airfare. The
end of November marks
the beginning of the
Florida State Golf Associa-
tion winter series. The
events are two-day tour-
naments for golfers 40 and
older.
The series' first event
takes place right in my
backyard, at the PGA Golf
Club's Dye Course in Port
St. Lucie. The series
features eight events
spread out around the
state over the course of
the next few months.
From Port St. Lucie it's
off to Ormond Beach, then
Venice, Lake Wales,
Orlando, Tampa, back to
Orlando and finally Ocala
for tournaments. Each
event is being held on a
fantastic track, with all the
amenities professional
touring pros enjoy. Well,
you may have to bring
your own screaming fans,
but pretty much every-
thing else is covered.
There are three age
groups, each based on
your age as of March 16.
The first is a mid-senior
division for those 40-54.
Second is the senior for
those 55-64. Golfers 65
and older will compete in
the super senior division.
The FSGA was formed in
1913 to preserve and
protect golf in the state of
Florida. The organization
is volunteer-based and
includes more than 800
member clubs with more
than 180,000 individual
members from across the
state.
The FSGA provides a
variety of services, not
only to its member clubs
and members, but to the
general golfing communi-
ty of Florida. The associa-
tion conducts more than
250 tournament days each
year, including 25 state
championships and
USGA- qualifying events.
If you'd love to help, the
FSGA and the Florida
Junior Tour are looking for
new volunteers to help at
events. They need rules
officials, people to help
with registration and
scoring, and more.
If you'd line to find out
more about the Florida
State Golf Association and


the events they run for
golfers of all ages and well
as the Winter Series, call
(813) 632-3742, or visit the
Web site at www.fsga.org.

Space Coast
teams with U.S.
Marine Corps

In an effort to brighten
the Christmas of an
underprivileged child, the
Florida Space Coast Golf
Association will be part-
nering with United States
Marine Corp in their "Toys
for Tots" campaign this
year, with target dates
from Nov 1 to Dec 15.
Six golf courses (Duran,
Cocoa Beach, Savannahs,
Habitat, Viera East and
Wedgefield), along with
five hotel properties (Holi-
day Inn Viera, Hilton
Cocoa Beach, Crowne
Plaza Melbourne Beach,
Ron Jons Cape Caribe
Resort and Hampton Inn,
Titusville) will be partici-
pating and act as drop off
points for toys.
Participants who
donate toys will fill out a
registration card and be
eligible to win one of a
dozen prizes donated by
these facilities. Prizes
include a round of golf for
four at one of the six spon-
soring Space Coast
golf courses and overnight
stays at one of five Space
Coast hotel properties.
Here is your chance to
help a child enjoy the
most joyous time of the
year, all while you enjoy
your round of golf. For
additional information,
contact any of the spon-
soring courses or hotel
properties.

Just like old times

Panther Woods Country
Club in Fort Pierce is
reverting back to its
former name. The proper-
ty will again be known as
Meadowood Golf and
Tennis Club.
In addition to the name
change, a new logo,


featuring a Sand Hill
Crane taking flight was
introduced to members
and friends at a luncheon
earlier this month.
Meadowood Golf and
Tennis Club features an
18-hole, par 72 champi-
onship golf course situat-
ed on 195 acres of rolling
terrain with tees ranging
from 5014 to 6744 yards,
five Har-Tru tennis courts,
a swimming pool and spa,
and restaurant and
banquet facilities.
Over the past year, the
club has expanded the
practice tee area to nearly
three times its former size,
added additional concrete
cart paths and enhanced
the landscaping through-
out the property.
"We have also added
many new membership
options that offer both
value and affordability for
our members," says Alf
D'Silva, president of the
club's board of governors.
For information on
membership options, call
(772) 466-4000 or visit
www.meadowoodgol-
fandtennis.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.


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tasks can be frustrating and often agonizing. If you and
your doctor have discussed weight loss surgery alternatives,
or if you find yourself with weight related health
problems, East Coast Bariatrics at Halifax Health
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DAYTONA MEMORIAL
PARK- 2 plots, section
B-12 lot 209 on hill facing
East. $500 for both.
386-767-8798
ORMOND MEMORIAL
complete package
includes casket, name
plate, single crypt.
$8,000. 386-871-7725
VOLUSIA MEMORIAL 2
cemetery plots. Garden
of Tranquilityvalue $5500
Asking $3500. 386-
672-6234; 386-451-8202
VOLUSIA MEMORIAL
Park. Garden of Crucifix.
1 lot 2 spaces, $2000
each. 386-677-0605


ADOPTION 866-633-
0397 Unplanned Preg-
nancy? Provide your
baby with a loving, fi-
nancially secure family.
Living/ Medical/ Coun-
seling expenses paid.
Social worker on staff.
Call compassionate At-
torney Lauren Feingold
(FL Bar # 0958107) 24/7
ADOPTION 888-812-
3678 Living Expenses
paid. Choose a Loving,
Financially Secure fami-
ly for your child. Caring
& Confidential. (24
hours/ 7 days), Attorney
Amy Hickman, (Lic#
832340)



SANTA *
Brighten your party with a
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-
cords! Old 45's & Al-
bums 1950's -1970's. Get
paid today! 386-566-3282
DONATE YOUR Car!
Breast Cancer Research
foundation! Most highly
rated breast cancer chari-
ty in America! Tax De-
ductible/ Fast Free Pick
Up. 800-771-9551 www.
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OLD GUITARS Wanted!
Fender,Gibson,Gretsch,
Martin, D'Angelico,
Stromberg, Rickenbacker,
& Mosrite, Gibson
Mandolins/Banjos. 1930's
thru 1970's Top cash
paid! These brands only
please. 800 -401-0440
WANTED DIABETES
Test Strips Any Kind/ Any
brand Unexpired. Pay up
to $18/ box. Shipping
Paid. Call 713-395-1106
or www.SellDiabetic-
strips.com
WANTED JUNK CARS
Running or not $150 &
up. We pay cash! 24-hrs.
Call 321-631-0111




PORT ORANGE, Estate
Sale, Sat., Nov. 21 &
Sun., Nov. 22, 8am-lpm,
4000 Clyde Morris Blvd.-
#75 Maple (between
Clyde Morris & Belleville
Rd.) furniture & misc.
items, save money!
NEED TO HIRE??
Find the
perfect fit in
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386-322-5949
Affordable & Effective


Antique Holiday
Open House
Sat. Nov. 21st
10:00 am

Antique Fair
Sat. Nov. 28th
8:00 am
W. Oak St.,
Arcadia, FL S
25 Antique Shops
Booth Space Info.
863-993-1838
ArcadiaFlAntiques. corn
COCA-COLA Christmas
Village, early 90's, incl.
31 houses, plus over 31
accessory pieces. (cars,
people, etc.) Worth over
$2,500, asking $500.
386-760-7337.



AIR COMPRESSOR, 8
gal tank, 3/4 HP motor,
100 PSI, w/ regulator,
$45, 386-677-6209 VOL
AIR CONDITIONER,
12000 BTU, remote
controled, $175, VCR
$25, 386-767-5840 VOL
AIR CONDITIONER,
12000 BTU, remote
controled, $175, VCR
$25, 386-767-5840 VOL
ALBUMS vinyl, Be My
Love, Mario Lanza, Mil-
lion dollar Memories, $10
both, 386-760-5292


GARAGE SALE?
Place your ad in
Hometown News
386-322-5949


BABY CRIB & changing
table, blonde wood. Crib
incl. mattress & converts
to toddler bed, $75 for
both, 386-690-7989.
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,
$75, 386-427-5523 VOL
BED LINER, Toyota, 7',
$70, chrome chain
steering wheel, $50
386-426-2821 VOL
BED, FUTON bunk bed,
white metal frame, full
size sofa and lower bunk,
$150, 386-423-6207
BEDROOM SET, 4 piece
beautiful solid pine, in-
cludes chest of drawers,
$200, 386-868-3103 VOL
BICYCLE, LADIES,
Huffy, new, $65
386-852-5017 VOL
BOAT MOTOR Suzuki
outboard, 6 hp, comes w/
stand & gas tank, $100
386-295-9010 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
$35, 386-673-0468
BOOTS, HUNTERS
camo leg snake boots,
$20 pr, lettering pen nibs
$35, 386-673-0468
CAMERA, PENTAX
K1000 35mm, with extra
lens and carrying case,
$75 386-322-5979 VOL
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
CHAIR, POTTY chair,
never used, $15
386-767-8708 VOL
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
CHEST of drawers, ex.
cond. white w/ hand
painted floral front, $75
obo 386-788-3194 VOL
CHEVY MAGS 14" w
center caps, off 1981
Monte Carlo SS $199.
386-689-4670
CHRISTMAS DECOR,
various decorations very
good condition, $50 for
all, 386-761-0062 VOL
CHRISTMAS decoration
lifesize Mr. & Mrs. Santa
Claus standing dolls.
$200 both 386-846-1698
COFFEE BREWER, 3
burners, $150 obo
386-492-6782 VOL
Computer Monitors, 16"
Flat & 14.5"LCD, Laptop,
Printer $25/each. Call
386-314-1784 (ScVol)
CRANE for Pickup Truck
with cable and winch,
$75. 386-445-1966.
CRIB W/ Sealy mattress,
solid wood from Pottery
Barn, can be adjusted,
$80, 386-423-3965 VOL


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CRUTCHES, forearm
type, new cond, $75 obo,
potty/shower chair, new
50 386-424-1933 VOL
DINING TABLE + 6
chairs, solid wood, $200,
386-589-7788
DISHWASHER WHITE
new condition. $125/obo
407-310-3550 Edgewater
DOG CRATE, large,
practically new, $30 obo,
386-366-1931 VOL
DRYER, ELECTRIC,
large capacity, excellent
condition, can deliver,
$95, 386-689-3019 VOL
DRYER, GE, 3 cycle
heavy duty, stainless
drum, white front loader,
$125 obo, 386-478-9869
Entertainment Center
Oak with side glass doors
$75. 2 curio cabinets
$100 386-316-2445
EXERCISE Equipment
Orbi Trek, good cond,
$65, power house sit up
bench $35, 386-235-5222
FURNITURE-
China Cabinet, $175;
Entertainment Center,
$100. 386-576-7152
GOLF BALLS, 50 dozen,
good condition, $75 for
all, 386-788-8711 VOL
GOLF CART, electric
walking with seat and
battery charger, $180
386-258-0465 VOL
GUITAR- EPIPHONE,
DOT ES- 335, electric,
brand new, $200
386-677-8328
GYM, WELDER Club
Gym, C-650, like new,
was $500, now $200
386-427-2980 VOL
HEADBOARD, TWIN,
wood, footboard, & metal
frame, very good cond.
$20, 386-427-0436 VOL
HOT WATER heater, gas
used, 1 year, all vent
piping $45, computer
desk $25 386-761-1172
HURRICANE Shutters,
metal, 22- 5'x16', 6-
7'x16', $50 obo
386-441-2686 VOL
KICKER COMPS, 2, 12"
in custom camero box,
$200, 386-453-7417
LADDER, 16' extension
ladder, aluminum, $15,
pipe wrench $10 obo
386-304-9120 VOL


LADDER, double 6'
fiberglass, construction
grade, excellent condition
60, 386-426-2944 VOL
LIFT CHAIR, Blue, like
new, (was $600) asking
$200 386-441-4980
LIGHT, 4 globe flores-
cent w/ cover, great for
kitchen, $25,
386-427-1077 VOL
LOVE SEAT, Lazy Boy,
beige soft floral print w/ 2
throw pillows, $199
386-424-6196 VOL
LOVE SEAT, Plaid
double reclining, w/
pillows, $25, 6 gal. tank
$10, 910-922-3511 VOL
LUGGAGE, 4 piece, like
new, navy blue Pierre
Cardin set, all on wheels
$25, 386-423-1715 VOL
LUGGAGE, BRAND new
American Tourister on
wheels, $125 obo
386-428-2596 VOL
MAGS, 15X17, 5 bolt
pattern, paid $600 asking
$199, 386-428-5667
MIRRORS, 12, 6'x8", $15
386-763-2000 VOL
MOP, STEAM Shark
Mop, used once all
attachments in box, $100
obo, 386-453-6407 VOL
OVEN, CONVECTION
oven, $35, aluminum
screen door, white, 36"x
80" $20 386-615-4812
RANGE- 30' self clean-
ing, glass top, black,
$100, Refrigerator, $100,
both work, 386-423-0785
RCA, 27" color TV, $50
Computer chair, $40
386-788-0397 VOL
REFRIGERATOR, $75
386-677-2330 VOL
REFRIGERATOR, 16
cubic feet, Hot Point,
frost free, w/ ice maker,
$100, 386-427-0650 VOL
RING, 14K, ladies, white
gold engagement ring,
.55 caret round diamond,
$200 firm, 386-295-3449
SOFA, CHAIR & otto-
man, very good condition,
$150, computer desk,
$40, 386-761-0463
SPEAKERS, Home
theatre tower speakers,
like new, $150 obo
386-795-2837 VOL
STOVE, ELECTRIC, 4
burner, $79, Dishwasher,
Kenmore, good cond,
$79, 386-427-0274 VOL
STOVE, GE elec. range,
smooth top & over the
range GE microwave
$125 both, 386-322-2666
TABLE SAW, 10" Sears
table saw, many extras
$200, 386-428-6349 VOL
TABLE, Banquet table,
heavy duty, cream color,
$22, 386-788-8180 VOL
Table: Coffee & two end
tables $75, Toddler bed
w/mattress $50
386-226-8762
TABLES, Sofa, side, $75
or trade, buy WWI, WWII
Military items,
386-252-3007 VOL


TIRES, 5, goodyear 265
70 R 17, $35 each
386-562-8558 VOL
TIRES, 5, new, never
used, 410/350-4 cart tires
w/ rims and bearings $25
for lot, 386-760-3018
TRAILER, 4X8, open tilt
$199, 386-212-2041
TRAMPOLINE, MINI,
brand new, all put togeth-
er, never used, $25
386-671-0585 VOL
TREE, CHRISTMAS
Tree, 7.5', Pre-lit Prescott
Pine, $65, 386-214-1777
TREE, CHRISTMAS, ar-
tificial, 6', $60
386-441-3784 VOL
TREES, 2 Christmas
trees, 6.5' or 3', $25 each
386-788-4250 VOL
TV STAND, Sony, fits 48'
projection TV & 2
components, $25, x-mas
tree, $15, 386-428-6730
TV, 19" Zenith, works
great, $25, Denise Austin
trim rider, $10
386-304-5163 VOL
TV, 25", color, Magnavox
works well, great picture
& remote, $100
386-424-6170 VOL
TV, with remote, $20
computer monitor $20
386-212-1482 VOL
TYPEWRITER, Electric,
Smith Corona, almost
new, $50, 3 glass globes
for fan $8, 386-677-3900
VACUUM, UPRIGHT,
metal, Royal, $75
386-677-3145 VOL
WASHER, BOSCH Axis
self heating compact,
never used, $200,
386-212-0467 VOL
WASHER/ DRYER,
stackable, motor home
size, used 15x's, like new
$200 firm 386-366-1456
WHEELCHAIR $30
3-N-1 Commode $20.
Call 386-672-4578 or
775-721-0967
WHEELCHAIR. Power
chair by Labac great
cond battery charger incl.
$175 386-767-8798


WOODEN CHEST, 3
drawers, green, perfect,
$50, wheel barrow $35
386-428-3439 VOL
WORKOUT Bench,
Sears Proform, has leg
ext. & curl, adjustable
$75, 386-451-8362 VOL




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BABY CRIB & changing
table, blonde wood. Crib
incl. mattress & converts
to toddler bed, $75 for
both, 386-690-7989.





HOBART 80 QT MIXER ,
Hydraulic lift, 3 phase,
Excellent cond. Must
sell $7500 obo,
772-940-2119
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DEADLINES
Our office will be closed Thursday, November
26th to celebrate the Thanksgiving Holiday.
We will reopen on Friday November 27th.
We will be moving all deadlines one day earli-
er. Monday, November 23rd is deadline for
papers from Martin County through Titusville.
Volusia County deadlines will move to Tues-
day morning.
To Place your ads please call early!
Martin County through Vero 1-800-823-0466
Brevard County 321-242-0442
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to all of our customers
this Thanksgiving Season.
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any preference, limitations or 3Br/2Ba/1lcg, CBS, new tached Office. 3815 North $1,050/mo.
discrimination based on race, roof, new a/c, all porce- US 1, Unit 24, Cocoa, FL VENETIAN BAY 3/2/2
sex, handicap, familial status lain tile, sunroom over- 32926 Sharon Sullivan Formal Dr, On Lake,
or national origin or any in- looks beautiful yard. 1/2 954-654-9899 Reduced $295,000.
tension to make such prefer- block from intercoastal, 4 www.irssales.cov White Real Estate
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B14 Ormond Beach/Daytona Beach/Holly Hill


Hometown News


Friday, November 20, 2009


MOBILE HOMES: No NEW SMYRNA 55+ ORMOND BCH COZY
denials! Everyone is ap- remodeled 2/1. New 55+ COMMUNITIES.
proved! 500-$1000 down. laminate floors new 16x66 2bdrm/2bath, great
Guaranteed move in. Se kitchen & bath. Enclosed deal at $19,500. Other
Habla Espanol. 954- patio 118 Red Oak Circle homes available from
605-0814/800-733-1718 $6500. 716-560-6912 $6500-$18,900. Call
386-672-1276/451-4018
E 3[IiG= I ORMOND- Pet Friendly
1985 Palm Harbor, many
I upgrades, 2/2 Gated
Stirlin Sothebys comm, Screen porch,
S irlin IE carport, 3 pools, clbhse.
INTERNATIONAL REALTY $24,500 502-529-6757

Debbie Keilin 386-451-4251 PALM HARBOR: Huge
Rachel McGrath 386-795-0911 es to choose from.
Starting at $399/mo. On
your property.
800-622-2832


rl 824Wild IeoodCircle
1800 Spruce Creek Blvd. Port Orange, FL
Port Orange, FL Location! Location!
Spruce Creek Fly.In Condo Lovely home in Countryside, 3/2/2,
Fabulous condo offers tiedown space concrete blk,Gorgeouskitchen PORT ORANGE Owner
for your planeiBnght, open floor plan, remodeled w/stainless steel appliances, financing w/land $496mo.
2/2/2, high ceilings, Screened lanai Blonde hardwood floors, split plan, 2 b c d
w/hot tub, lovely backyard.lncrediHe enormous backyard, 29x covered 2bd/2ba, exc. condition.
pnricel $155,000. porch, 1,711sfA/C space. New Listingi Great neighborhood. No
$179,900. lot rent. 721 Casper.
.. Call Keith, 386.547.4175
PORT ORANGE 55+
large 1800sqft. 3/2
fireplace, large kitchen
with island, laundry room,
DeandFL^ 1315 We -Poi^Orange,^ office. Beautiful home
2329 River Ridge Deland, FL Beautiful Pool Home FL $79,500 386-756-0474
Direct St. John's River! 4/2.5, all "Hardy Board" Exterior which is PORT ORANGE 55+
Attention all Nature Lovers& Boaters' impervioustotermites, moisture,&fire, Paradise in Crane Lakes
Gorgeous end unit condo right next to family room, loft, updated eat-in Paradise in Crane Lakes.
pool, walk out to your boat dock w/condo kitchen, Inground pool, fireplace, 2-car 2/2, tile & wood floors.
at first come basis, 2 bedrooms, 1.5 gar plus boat/rvParking.2,521 air Manicured comm, golf
baths, next to Hontoon State Park in conditioned space, 3,351 total. Run don't course, 2 pools 1 heated.
Deland. New Listing. $199,900. walk...New Listing' $225,000 Gated, guardhouse, Lots
Sof activities. Huge Clbhse
$124 500 386-788-7248
SOUTH DAYTONA 55+
$7995. Owner will
1941 Spruce Creek Landing 4238 Mayfair Lane finance, 2br/iba rowith
Port Orange, FL Port Orange, FL carport. Florida room
Spruce Creek Fly-In Community Town Park Pool Home shed. Pet friendly park
Wow' What a buy in the Fly-In. 3/2, Lakefront location with panoramic 386-228-5266
updated lovely home on nature lot, views' Located in the Estates section,
Granite counters, family rm w/fireplace, 3/2/2, office, great room, eat-in GREAT NEWS AND
enclosed Lanai, living rm, sky lights, all kitchen pavered drinveway,split plan,
nestled in a culdesac.New Listing' concrete block, 2003 built $295,000. CLASSIFIED ADS!
SE HOMETOWN NEWS

2 c eb ESTF.386-322-5949

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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
ood location, Holly Hill
125/wk or $500/mo incls
utilities, w/d, Directv. 386-
527-4677; 523-8786
PORT ORANGE utilities
included, TV, microwave,
Frig, pool. laundry,

required. Couple OK. Call
Fred, 386-837-3571




COCOA BEACH, Ocean-
front 1/1 w/balcony, newly
redone, quiet bldg, Laun-
dry on premise. $750/mo
+ dep 305-318-1853
DAYTONA BCH York-
town Estates. 2/2/garage,
W/D, pool, $700/mo. +
sec. Call Deena 386-
788-0090; 386-290-0367



DAYTONA BEACH Mt
Carmel Apts. 2/1's or
3/1's, all appl. fenced in
yard & laundry rm. Rental
assistance if qualified.
386-255-5076 or TDD
800-955-8771

WATERFRONT
DAYTONA BEACH
1 br/1 ba. 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

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Condos or Ren


Daytona Beach 2bd/2ba,
Spectacular river + ocean
views,balcony, beachside
location. Pool, gym, etc.
$1095/mo. 386-527-4677


LSM
DAYTONA BEACH Cen-
tral Manor Apts serving
adults 62+ or mobility
impaired. 1br/ 1ba.
Income based rent. EOH,
Handicap accessible
386-255-2622 TTY
1-800-955-8771
Daytona Beach Shores
5th flr.3bd/3ba new paint/
carpet,gated, pools, gym,
riverviews, no smoking,
incl water/cable, partially
furn.$1400.407-247-3327
Daytona Beach Shores
Oceans Grand, 2bd/2ba.
plus den. Spectacular
views! W/D, Stainless
appl., Granite counters.
$1275/mo. 352-665-0262
DAYTONA BEACHSIDE
STEPS TO OCEAN
Top fir., Ig. airy 2br/lba
furn., private balcony &
parking, C/A/H, $725/mo
incl. water, 1 yr lease,
512 Phoenix Ave, 386-
383-2828,813-842-2264
DAYTONA BEACHSIDE,
Riverside Condos, River
view, 2 br/2 ba, 2nd fir., 3
pools, bus route. Walk to
Beach! $850/mo. + sec.,
1 yr. lease. 386-615-1859
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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DAYTONA/ORMOND BEACH
OCEANVIEW APTS.
Beautiful building by the beach.
1 & 2 bedrooms

CITY REALTY DITHA
SANDER, Broker
386-767-5609 DithaSander@aol.com



- TRANSPO


1975 CHEVY CAPRICE
CONVERTIBLE. "THIS
IS IT!" custom top, body,
wheels & interior. Yours
for $12,000
386-295-7100
1978 CORVETTE, silver
anniversary, all options,
mint condition, covered
and garaged last 19
years. $16,500/obo.
386-761-7081


$2,995 DODGE Ram
2500 Cargo Van. New
white paint & tires.
Automatic, A/C, V8.
386-295-8046.
CADILLAC Fleetwood
Brougham, 1994, rear
wheel drive, Ithr int., 350/
375hp eng., new tires,
$2,995. 386-295-8046.


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HOME
with an ad in the
Hometown News
5 COUNTIES
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CAVALIER Z24, soft-top
convertible, '99. Garage
kept. 2.4 liter engine, 64K
miles, 31mpg, $5,800.
330-314-5409.
CHEVY MALIBU, 2000.
Gold, clean, 4-door, cold
AC, automatic, AM-FM
stereo, 184K mi., $2,800/
obo. 386-763-2402.
CHRYSLER LHS, 1996
Exc. cond, sunroof, leath-
er seats, tinted windows,
power options. Good
mileage, $2300. Tony @
386-383-0936 or Fran @
386.383.6016
CHRYSLER SEBRING
convertible, 2000. Fully
loaded! Leather interior,
good condition, 43K mi.,
4,000. 386-304-4992
CHRYSLER, 2004 Town
& Country Minivan, Ltd
Edition, 71K mi, sunroof,
leather seats, exc. cond.,
$7,500. 386-871-8890
ESTATE SALE
CAMRY SOLARA Con-
vertible, '05 V-6, auto,
A/C, leather, new tires,
alloys. Garaged $13,990
obo. 386-441-2681
NEED TO HIRE?
CALL CLASSIFIED
386-322-5949


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. Non smoker,
no pets. $600/mo, in-
cludes utilities, + dep.
Ref's. 386-423-6917
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- Ocean-
view 2/2 1st fir, new tile,
paint, bright, unfurn,
W/D, pool area directly
on ocean $1000/mo +dep
A-1-A RE 386-426-6949
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




SEBASTIAN
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


RTATIO


FORD MUSTANG, 1988,
hatchback, Black w/red
interior, 4-cylinder, cold
A/C, automatic, fir shift,
$1,500. 386-566-2341.
LINCOLN TOWNCAR,
2000, Ithr int., cold AC,
garage kept, runs perfect,
high hwy mi., $4,500/obo.
386-402-8098.
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.

SATURN ION II 2006.
One owner 14K miles
cold A/C all power.
Excellent cond $9500
386-761-1907



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State of the art 2- part
carbon metallic chemical
process Repair yourself.
100% guaranteed. 866-
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SOUTH DAYTONA 55+
fully furn 2/1 C/H/A, W/D
screen room & carport.
Candlelight Manor
Lot-D4 Pool clubhouse,
$6,500 217-304-1088

SOUTH DAYTONA-
Lakeview Estates 55+
Friendly & active park.
w/screened porch on the
water. 2/1.5, big florida
room, new laminate floor-
ing & kitchen counter-
tops, W/D, carport for 3
cars, fully furnished incl
52"HDTV. Low lot rent,
$28,000. 906-202-2901




FORECLOSURE LAND
1.25 Acre Mini Farm in
Florida. "0" Down
$148/mo. Guaranteed
Financing.
1-877-983-6600
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FORECLOSURE Homes
& Land Special Financing
Available, Any Credit!
Any Income! View prop-
erties at: www.roseland-
co.com Or call Rose
Land & Finance Corp.
866-700-3622

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
912-427-7062,

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


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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: 2/1
CHA, fenced yard, Ig
storage shed, $650/mo +
Dep, 805 Forest Ln, Mod-
ern RE 386-253-7449
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
EDGEWATER 3bdrm,
large fenced yard. New
Metal Roof & Windows,
Upgraded Kitchen, All
Ceramic Tile. $800, 1st,
last + sec. 386-690-1373
EDGEWATER: 3br/2ba/2
1 yr old, fenced yard. Non
smoking. 3428 Umbrella
Tree Dr, $830/mo Avail
12/1 386-424-9775
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
NEW SMYRNA BEACH,
1307 Magnolia Street,
2/2ba, laundry room in
garage, fenced backyard,
$850/mo. 904-821-5576.
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. $700/mo + sec
386-441-4084 or
386-299-5942


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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.
MISSISSIPPI: 200 to
10,000acres Delta Farm-
land, Highly improved.
5% or better return plus
growth. 662-686-7807
Dean Land & RE John or
David 800-LANDSEL
dpfisher47@yahoo.com
N. FLA LAND- Lafayette
County. Planted Pine,
hardwood bottoms, road
frontage, great hunting.
*26 Acres $2900/acre.
*29 Acres $2800/acre.
*27 Acres $2700/acre.
Call 352-867-8018
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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ORMOND BY THE SEA
2bd/lba, living room, fam
rm, eat-in kitch., all apple'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
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
PORT ORANGE,
821 Pheasant Run, (off
Hensil) 4,300 sq. ft., pool,
5 car garage, $2,500/mo.
823 Pheasant Run
$5,000/mo., Call Anne
386-295-8638.
SOUTH DAYTONA- 3/2
3-car parking, 1500sf
W/D. Close to all. $900/
mo + sec. Lease optional
No pets. 386-453-3250
TITUSVILLE: Fully furn
remodeled 3/3/1 Golf
Course Comm, $895 long
term or $1195 short term
incl water, cable & trash.
Bkgrd ck 651-335-2749



ORMOND BEACH -
Plantation Bay. Gated.
Immaculate unfurn town-
house, 2bed/2bth/2 car.,
screen porch, rent $945
Immed. 386-437-8139
ORMOND BEACH Ex-
ceptional! Large 2000+sf.
3br/3ba/2cg in The Trails.
New carpet & appls. Fplc.
$1100/mo + security.
Lease option available.
386-677-3782; 295-0392

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NORTH CAROLINA
MOUNTAINS
Brand new! $50,000
Mountain Top tract
REDUCED to $19,500!
private, near Boone area,
bank financing, owner
must sale, 866-275-0442
SEBRING: Better Than a
Short Sale! 2+ acres,
lake views $53,012 Own
below builder cost! Spec-
tacular country setting
w/beautiful lake view.
Gated waterfront com-
munity with all utilities in
ready to build. Great lo-
cation. 90 mins to theme
parks. Call now
866-352-2249
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PORT ORANGE- Holiday
special $1000 move-in.
2/1.5 clean. New carpet,
wood & tile floors.
Stacked W/D. Comm
pool. Ideal for student or
sm family 386-314-4071
SO DAYTONA Town
house/condo. 2-br/1.5-ba
Excellent cond New paint
& carpet. $600 monthly
1st & last 386-566-7568


$450 FIRST MONTH +
security dep. $750/mo
new. Tile floors. 3-br/2-ba
+ Florida room. Open
House Nov. 22 from
11am to 3pm 38A Pine
Haven Dr. Palm Coast.
386-334-1881 or
630-212-9166
ORMOND BEACH 2Br/
1Ba w/ laundry Fenced
yard, walk to shops, Qui-
et cul-de-sac, $700/mo +
sec 386-566-2341

Unbelievable
ORMOND BEACHSIDE,
furnished 1/1 duplex,
both sides avail. Just
bring toothbrush and
clothing. Can see a little
ocean from Fl rm, Few
steps from ocean.
Well-kept large fenced
yard. Outstanding loca-
tion. Shaded parking,
incl. W/D, storage, front
porch, Fl room, Small
dogs, feathers and fins
welcome. Yrly lease,
$850 plus utilities. Short
term lease avail at higher
price. 386-677-3844



PORT ORANGE 2bd/lba
Shed, carport, Fla rm, grt
schools, quiet st., Comm-
onwealth subd. $675/mo.
1st+Sec. 386-788-0008
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1998 SAVANNAH 5th
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air, Ref/freezer. 3 slides.
built in ent center with
TV. Queen bed. New
brakes, $12,000/obo
321-543-6861
1999 SAFARI TREK
Class A gas 26' new tires
& batt's loaded + extras.
No smoking/pets. 29K mi
Garaged since new.
$17,500 321-638-1285

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772-359-5231
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CHEVY SILVERADO
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386-290-2039
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GMC SONOMA PICKUP
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hard tonneau cover, 4
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miles Like new $4995.
906-202-2901
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new a/c, tires & battery
148,000 mi, Well main-
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obo. 386-423-9134
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


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