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Vol. 4, No. 48 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, December 25, 2009


Airport noise task force


makes recommendations


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readers,


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station owner
A half dozen people
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federal complaint against
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station owner DougWilhite
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By Wayne Grant
wgrant@hometownnewsol.com
ORMOND BEACH After
six months and a dozen meet-
ings, the Aircraft Noise Abate-
ment Task Force has delivered
its recommendations to the
City Commission on manag-
ing noise near the Ormond
Beach Municipal Airport.


City,


county


could


become


hoteliers

By Wayne Grant
wgrant@hometownnewsol.com
DAYTONA BEACH-
If you want it done,
you'll have to do it your-
self.
That's what economist
Hank Fishkind of Orlan-
do is telling government
officials who want a large
hotel constructed near
the Ocean Center to help
bring a thriving conven-
tion business to the city.
The only way to build
one in the next few years,
he said, is for the city,
county and local busi-
nesses to form a
public/private partner-
ship.
Mr. Fishkind said that
difficulty in borrowing
money makes it practi-
cally impossible for pri-
vate companies to devel-
op large hotels.
He has outlined a plan
to obtain financing, and
is asking officials to agree
to phase one, which
would cost $20,000 and
would only involve pre-
liminary planning.
The total for the hotel
and other improvements
such as a garage would
be about $200 million.
The Daytona Beach
City Commission and the
Volusia County Council,
which recently voted to
take part in phase one,
have scheduled a meet-
ing on Jan. 13 to discuss
the idea.
The City Commission,
after hearing his presen-
tation last week, told Mr.
Fishkind they would be
See HOTELIERS, A8


Airport manager Steven
Lichliter presented the report
at a recent commission meet-
ing.
When the meeting was
opened for public comment,
a few residents expressed
doubts about the value of the
recommendations and a
commissioner suggested
building a remote landing


strip to reduce some of the
traffic at the airport.
The task force was made up
of citizens who volunteered to
study the problem after the
commission received com-
plaints from residents earlier
this year.
Mr. Lichliter said they
See AIRPORT, All


All I want for Christmas is...


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Santa Claus asks Savannah Justice, 2, of Ormond Beach what she would like for Christmas during the annual 'Kids
Christmas Party' at the Ormond Beach Elks Lodge on Saturday. The Elk's Lodge 2193 raises money throughout the
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City makes Web site more user friendly


By Wayne Grant
wgrant@hometownnewsol.com
DAYTONA BEACH The
Daytona Beach Web site,
www.codb.us, has a new
look and many new fea-
tures.
City spokesman Susan
Cerbone said the goal of the
new design is to provide
"easier navigation, greater
citizen interaction and
upgraded features."
One of the more unique
features is the "I want to"
menu. What do you want to
do? ... File a report? Find
some information? This
button can quickly lead you
to your objective.
The new City Commis-


sion agenda page should
make life easier for those
who like to keep tabs on
what elected officials are
doing.
Several clicks have been
removed from the task of
finding an agenda, and the
meeting minutes and video
are at the same location.
Site visitors can also have
the agenda link e-mailed to
them by subscribing to the
service.
Also making life easier is
the "click and submit" fea-
ture which allows citizens to
request a city service, report
problems, or submit com-
ments quickly online.
Residents can also fill out
and submit a public records


request, code enforcement
violation or other form. In
the "old days" a few had to
be printed out and mailed
or dropped off at city hall.
Ms. Cerbone said the site
was designed to be user-
friendly. On the old site, to
find Code Enforcement, for
example, users had to know
that the operation is struc-
tured under the Police
Department. Having inside
knowledge such as that is no
longer necessary.
New nomenclature also
should help individuals find
their way around.
"We now use the term
'Parks and Recreation,' even
though the name of the
department is 'Leisure Ser-


vices,'" Ms. Cerbone said.
"It's listed both ways on the
site."
The upgrade was
designed and built com-
pletely by city workers in the
city manager's office and
information technology
department, Ms. Cerbone
said.
"When we first decided to
upgrade the site, we received
quotes for just the design for
$25,000. Quotes that includ-
ed design and content went
up to $100, 000," she said.
"We saved a lot of money by
doing it in-house."
Suggestions for improve-
ment are welcome, she said,
and there are user surveys
on many of the pages.


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Tyra Roberson speaks at the MS Walk in
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By Wayne Grant
wgrant@hometownnewsol.com
ORMOND BEACH Tyra
Roberson often says that her dad,
Ty Wilson, has multiple sclerosis,
but multiple sclerosis does not
have him.
"My dad is an example of some-
one who has multiple sclerosis
who also has a full life," she said.
"He does everything everyone else
does."
The Ormond Beach woman was
recently named Volunteer of the
Year by the Mid-Florida Chapter of
the Multiple Sclerosis Society.
She said there are many people
who cannot afford the necessary
drugs and equipment to help them
lead better lives and that's what


motivates her to work to raise
money.
"I do it to honor my dad," she
said.
Doris Lill, associate director of
community development for the
organization, said Ms. Roberson
was recognized because she is the
driving force for two Volusia Coun-
ty fundraisers, MS Walk and Night
at the Aquarium.
She has raised more than
$100,000 since 2003.
Mr. Wilson started the fundrais-
ing efforts in Volusia County in the
mid-90s, Ms. Roberson said.
She helped him in the summer
on her college breaks, and then
took over the fundraising activities
completely when she moved back
here in 2001.


Ms. Lill said that Ms. Roberson
was recognized for her creativity as
well as hard work.
"She created the Night at the
Aquarium event and handled it
from start to finish," Ms. Lill said.
Ms. Roberson said she started
the Night at the Aquarium, a
fundraising dinner at the Aquari-
um Restaurant at Halifax Harbor
Plaza, because she wanted to try
something different.
"There are so many walks in the
area," she said.
The event included a silent auc-
tion and entertainment and
$11,000 was raised.
A volunteer who works with Ms.
Roberson, Vicki Dimaria of Palm
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Police recruit dies after completing agility test


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At approximately 2 p.m.,
Saturday, Dec. 19, Robert
Tramaine Williams, 24, of
Daytona Beach, died sud-
denly following completion
of a pre-employment physi-
cal agility test conducted by
the Training Division of the


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process with four other can-
didates.
Following completion of a
physical agility test designed
to measure balance, flexibil-
ity, muscular endurance and
strength, Mr. Williams
became unresponsive and
collapsed. CPR was begun
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Despite all efforts, Mr.
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Mr. Williams was a 2004
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Casements redo complete for the holidays


By Wayne Grant
wgrant@hometownnewsol.com
DAYTONA BEACH The
Casements is back to its old
self.
A $1.1 million, seven-
month remodeling project
has restored the building
more to the way it looked in
1912. Changes were also
made to enhance events at
the facility and improve
safety.
Those who missed the
grand opening last week can
still see the renovations.
Free tours are once again
being offered by the Case-
ments Guild.
Phyllis Lowry of the guild


Volunteer
From page Al
Coast, said she was very
happy to hear about the
award.
"She has been so dedicated
for so many years," she said.
Ms. Dimaria has MS, and
has seen the difference the
money has made for others in
her support group who also
have the disease.
"People can get grants to
get computers or remodel
their homes to help them
adjust," she said. "We also
have speakers who tell us


said visitors should be sure
to take a look at the new
patio outside the gallery.
"Memory bricks can still
be purchased," she said.
The bricks are placed as a
permanent part of the patio
with the buyer's own per-
sonal message.
The 4X8 inch bricks will
be $75 until Jan. 1 and then
the price will go up to $100.
The reason for the increase
is that the guild will have to
arrange for the bricks to be
placed. They are currently
being installed by the con-
tractor.
The 8X8 inch bricks will
remain at $150 each
because there are only a few


about available services."
Ms. Roberson said MS is a
unique disease.
"It's a prime of life disease
that affects the whole family,"
she said. "It happens when
people are in their 20s, 30s
and 40s, when people are
starting careers and families."
The disease is also unpre-
dictable, she said, and affects
people in different ways,
which makes treatment more
difficult.
Ms. Roberson has new
plans the 2010 MSWalk.
"We want to make it more
family-oriented rather than a
sports deal," she said. "We'll


left, Ms. Lowry said.
For historical accuracy,
the Casement renovations
were based on old photo-
graphs and the original
plans for the building.
Siobhan Daly, cultural
center coordinator, said
another touch adding to the
more historic look is that the
new mansard roof blocks
the view of the modern air
conditioners on the roof.
Events, parties and the
like will be improved, Ms.
Daly said, because the
remodeling has created a
better flow between rooms
and allows more natural
light into the interior.
"There's a double door


have face painting and a
bounce house for the kids, so
families can come and make a
donation and don't have to
walk."
The walk will be held in
March in Rockefeller Gardens
and will include a short walk
of about a mile and a longer
walk over the bridge and back
of about two and a half miles,
she said.
The Volunteer of the Year
award was presented at the
annual conference of the
Mid-Florida Chapter in
November in Tampa, though
Ms. Roberson was unable to
attend.


between the gallery and
dance room and French
doors open up to the court-
yard," she said. "It's exciting
to have it finished."
Changes affecting safety
include a new fire alarm
system and upgraded ele-
vator. Also, the building
now conforms to the Amer-
icans with Disabilities Act.
An ECHO grant provided
$500,000 toward the cost of
the renovation and the rest
was paid by Ormond
Beach.
The building was pur-
chased in 1918 by John D.
Rockefeller who used it as a
winter home. It is now city
property.


Ms. Roberson said she con-
tinues her efforts because she
knows how important the
money is to those with the
MS. She sees her dad lead an
active life, working every day
at his business, TW Realty,
and she knows others with
MS could also have better
lives if they received the help
that is available.
"The drugs are expensive,"
she said. "Many people need
the financial aid, equipment
and support the society pro-
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PORT ORANGE Call it
karma, fate, coincidence
or luck. Any way you look
at it it's got the Hollywood
touch written all over it.
"It" was the opening of
Avatar, the new James
Cameron epic that movie
critics are calling the
biggest blockbuster in
decades. Its showing
occurred the same week as
the area's biggest and
newest theater, Hollywood
Theaters Pavilion Stadium
14 in Port Orange, opened
with great fanfare.
Hollywood Theaters is
the first business to open
at the new Pavilion at Port
Orange, an open-air shop-
ping complex at the inter-


section of 1-95, Taylor
Road and Williamson
Boulevard.
The official grand open-
ing for The Pavilion at Port
Orange is spring of 2010.
Hollywood Theaters
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Real Estate, Scott Hall, said
they were "thrilled" to be
the first tenant at The
Pavilion.
"The developers had a
vision and we're happy to a
part of this project," he
said, during a pre-opening
event last week. "The the-
aters are top-of-the-line
and are the latest and
greatest."
Movie-goers will see the
difference for themselves
as they experience a 4K
image resolution versus
the 2K now used on the sil-


ver screen.
"Sony is the only compa-
ny with this 4K technolo-
gy," Mr. Hall said. "It's a
phenomenal picture."
Doug Hawkins, vice
president of facilities and
concessions for the theater
group, said the newest the-
ater features full rocking
"love" seats in all 14 stadi-
um-style theaters.
"Seven of our screens are
for 3-D projections," he
said. "The other seven are
standard digital projec-
tions with the highest
image enhancements."
Erin Anderson, vice
president of marketing for
Hollywood Theaters, said
they were thrilled to pro-
vide their patrons "an
unsurpassed presentation
as set by the standards and


high values of Hollywood
Theaters."
"We were very happy
with the audience's reac-
tion (to opening night),"
Ms. Anderson said. "Our
guests seemed excited to
have Hollywood Theaters
open."
Ms. Anderson said more
than 400 patrons saw the
midnight showing last Fri-
day morning.
"We were very happy
with the attendance the
first day and we are look-
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in all 14 of our theaters,"
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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

*Ashley K. Campbell, 27, of
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Daytona Beach, was arrested
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tic aggravated assault. No bail
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*Decoria Leshaun Smith,
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*Chequila L. George, 27, of
712 Hawk St., Daytona Beach,
was arrested Dec. 11 on
charges of grand theft. Bail
was set at $7,500.
*Lamarvin Williams, 42, of
732 Green Ave., Daytona
Beach, was arrested Dec. 11
on charges of grand theft. Bail
was set at $7,500.
*Warner Dermald May-
weather, 50, of 149 S. Ridge-
wood Ave., Daytona Beach,
was arrested Dec. 11 on
charges of grand theft. Bail
was set at $1,000.
*Charles Edward Williams,
42, of 1045 Peter Drive, No. 6,
Daytona Beach, was arrested
Dec. 12 on charges of posses-
sion of cocaine. Bail was set at
$1,750.
*Marquese Lavon Meyers,
22, of 1200 Beville Road, No.
48, Daytona Beach, was
arrested Dec. 12 on charges of
battery/domestic violence by
strangulation. Bail was not
set.
*Meggan Rae Cross, 29, of
1254 Marina Ave., Daytona
Beach, was arrested Dec. 13
on charges of prostitution.
Bail was set at $1,000.
*Ann Mehl Smith, 49, of 162
Edwards St., Daytona Beach,
was arrested Dec. 13 on
charges of unlawful posses-
sion of cocaine. Bail was set at
$1,500.
*Joseph Francis Kriedler,
40, of 218 N. Hollywood Ave.,
Daytona Beach, was arrested
Dec. 13 on charges of unlaw-
ful possession of Methadone.


Bail was set at $1,500.
*Helen Rogena Butts, 34, of
140 Carl Brinkley Circle, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested Dec.
14 on charges of aggravated
battery. Bail was set at $1,500.
*Jeffery Lane Benjamin, 42,
of 205 S. Hollywood, Daytona
Beach, was arrested Dec. 14
on charges of burglary to a
residence and possession of
burglary tools. Bail was set at
$3,000.
*Doraic Franklin Robinson,
21, of 413 Jackson Ave., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested Dec.
14 on charges of aggravated
assault. Bail was set at $1,500.
*Charles Rodriguez Smith
Jr., 19, of 109 Raceway Point
Drive, No. 207, Daytona
Beach, was arrested Dec. 14
on charges of aggravated bat-
tery with a weapon. Bail was
not set.
*Alisa Tocirre Jelks, 20, of
1017 Imperial Drive, Daytona
Beach, was arrested Dec. 15
on charges of aggravated
assault domestic. Bail was not
set.
*Nicholas Antonio Hill, 25,
of 731 Indiana St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested Dec. 15
on charges of trafficking of
cocaine. Bail was not set.
*Stephen A. Marazita, 27, of
600 Jimmy Ann Drive, Day-
tona Beach, was arrested Dec.
15 on charges of aggravated
battery on a pregnant per-
son/domestic violence and
battery strangulation/
domestic violence. Bail was
not set.
*Zachary Torrence
Edwards, 28, of 731 Indiana
St., Daytona Beach, was
arrested Dec. 15 on charges of
trafficking occiane more than
400 grams and possession of
a firearm by a convicted felon.
Bail was not set.
*Denise Brooks, 35, of 605
N. Seagrave St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested Dec. 16
on charges of unlawful pos-
session of cocaine. Bail was
set at $2,000.
*Antwon Sureys Streeter II,
37, of 1049 Brentwood Drive,
No. 402, Daytona Beach, was
arrested Dec. 16 on charges of
possession of cocaine. Bail
was set at $1,250.
*Michael Javon Toby, 26, of
1200 Beville Road, Apt. 131,


Daytona Beach, was arrested
Dec. 16 on charges of aggra-
vated battery with deadly
weapon. Bail was set at
$2,500.
*Scott E. Young, 21, of 1
Bishop Butts Circle, Daytona
Beach, was arrested Dec. 16
on charges of grand theft
motor vehicle. Bail was set at
$1,000.
*Thomas Edwards
Townsend, 44, of 549 Mulber-
ry St., No. 3, Daytona Beach,
was arrested Dec. 16 on
charges of grand theft. Bail
was set at $1,000.
*Adrianna Latricia Garden-
er, 28, of 1115 S. Ridgewood
Ave., Daytona Beach, was
arrested Dec. 17 on charges of
solicitation to commit prosti-
tution. Bail was set at $1,500.
*Eric Latoya Cam, 26, of 789
Kentucky St., Daytona Beach,
was arrested Dec. 17 on
charges of principle to bur-
glary. Bailwas set at $1,000.
*Linda Susan Willis, 47, of
711 Harvey St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested Dec. 17
on charges of solicit to com-
mit prostitution. Bail was set
at$1,000.
*Billie Jo Deffenbaugh, 36,
of 131 S. Halifax Ave., No. C,
Daytona Beach, was arrested
Dec. 17 on charges of solicit to
commit prostitution. Bail was
set at $1,500.
*John Melvin Jr., 29, of 789
Kentucky St., Daytona Beach,
was arrested Dec. 17 on
charges of possession of bur-
glary tools. Bail was set at
$1,000.
*Vincent Anthony Polizzi,
18, of 141 S. Oleander Ave.,
No. 2, Daytona Beach, was
arrested Dec. 17 on charges of
unlawful possession of Alpra-
zolam. Bail was not set.
*Delroy Keith Young, 61, of
524 S. Beach St., No. 1202,
Daytona Beach, was arrested
Dec. 17 on charges of strong-
arm robbery. Bail was set at
$5,000.

Ormond Beach
Police Department

*Ryan Nicholas Campell,
27, of 282 Sanchez Ave.,
Ormond Beach, was arrested
Dec. 14 on charges of sell-


ing/manufacturing/deliver-
ing/possessing a controlled
substance. Bail was set at
$1,500.

Holly Hill
Police Department

*Amanda Armstrong Van-
buren, 51, of 460 Ridgewood
Ave., No. 46, Holly Hill, was
arrested Dec. 11 on charges of
aggravated battery (domestic
violence). Bail was not set.
*Eric Scott Harrell, 38, of 806
Daytona Ave., Holly Hill, was
arrested Dec. 16 on charges of
aggravated assault domestic
violence. Bail was not set.

Volusia County
Sheriffs Office

*Rachel Renee Over, 46, of
336 S. Palmetto Ave., Day-
tona Beach, was arrested
Dec. 11 on charges of pos-
session of cocaine. Bail was
not set.
*Michael Vincent King, 28,
of 622 N. Beach St., Apt. No.
1, Daytona Beach, was
arrested Dec. 11 on charges
of uttering a forgery. Bail was
set at $1,500.
*Andrew Charles Tintle,
20, of 4801 S. Clyde Morris
Blvd., No. 803, Daytona
Beach, was arrested Dec. 11
on charges of sale of
cannabis. Bail was not set.
*John Richard Rogers, 47,
of 155 Ocean Terrace East,
Ormond Beach, was arrested
Dec. 13 on charges of fugi-
tive out of state (Missouri).
Bail was not set.
*Dejuan Leonard Willis,
26, of 1329 Beacon Drive,
Daytona Beach, was arrested
Dec. 14 on charges of pos-
session of cocaine. Bail was
set at $2,000.
*David R. Gambrel, 34, of
1290 Ninth St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested Dec. 15
on charges of possession of
cocaine. Bail was set at
$2,000.
*Melinda Nicole McFall,
19. of 1704 Center Ave., Holly
Hill, was arrested Dec. 16 on
charges of unarmed burgla-
ry to an unoccupied
dwelling, dealing in stolen


Wanted person:
Nicholle Fawn Titus

Birth date:
Oct. 18, 1982

Reason wanted:
Forgery, possession of
a controlled substance

Distinguishing features:
Tattoo on back

Last known location:
Daytona Beach


Crime Stoppers of
Northeast Florida is
seeking information on
the whereabouts of
Nicholle Titus, 27.
Ms. Titus is wanted on
two open warrants after
she failed to show up
for trial on charges of
forgery and also failed
to appear in court for
an arraignment on a
charge of possession of
a controlled substance.
Ms. Titus' last known
address was on South
Peninsula Drive in Day-
tona Beach. She's 5-feet
6-inches and weighs
about 135 pounds and

property, false information
pawned items less than $300
and grand theft property
between $100 and $3,000.
Bail was set at $4,000.
*Joshua Daniel Winzens,
20, of 826 Daytona Ave.,
Holly Hill, was arrested Dec.
17 on charges of possession
of a scheduled II substance.
Bail was set at $1,500.
*Damien L. Dupee, 31, of


Nicholle Fawn Titus

has brown hair and
brown eyes. If you see
Ms. Titus or know where
she is, don't attempt to
apprehend her.
Anyone with informa-
tion regarding Titus'
whereabouts is asked to
call Crime Stoppers
toll-free at (888) 277-
TIPS. You can also Text
your tip by texting
"TIP231 plus your mes-
sage" to CRIMES. Any-
one who provides infor-
mation to Crime
Stoppers will remain


anonymous
qualify for a
up to $1,000.


and can
reward of


840 Center St., Holly Hill,
was arrested Dec. 17 on
charges of burglary to a
dwelling. Bail was set at
$2,500.
*Jason Ian Miller, 29, of 21
Carol Road, Ormond Beach,
was arrested Dec. 17 on
charges of possession of
cocaine and destroy/tam-
pering with physical evi-
dence. Bail was not set.


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It's good to give

This letter is to remind people how good it makes you
feel to give.
The Southeast Volusia Humane Society on Glencoe
Road needs blankets, towels or comforters, or anything
that you are going to replace. It could help the animals
stay warm and comfortable in their time of need.
The Volusia County Sheriff's Office will accept dona-
tions of old cell phones.
If you have good citrus hanging on your trees, put it in
a box marked free in front of your house, so you can
share the abundance.
Life is good when you can help others. Happy holi-
days.

Is tone deafness a disease?

Tone deafness is a disease usually spread at bars and
clubs that do karaoke Thursday to Saturday nights.
It is inert to the person that has it, but it is ravenous to
the listeners. It is as painful as being a driver stuck on
Interstate 95 during rush hour.
I completely understand that it is all in fun especially
after having a few bravery cocktails. But before running
out the following week and buying a case of all your
favorite tunes you sing in the car, get an honest opinion.
Not all of Americans have got talent and the drunk sit-
ting next to you may not be the best critic.
So here are a few tips:
*Find a song you like in your voice range (trying to hit
notes that don't exist is not good)
*If you do find a tune you can do fairly well, don't do it
week in and week out, (the original hit didn't last that
long)
*Don't get plastered before your turn, (slurring and
miscues is not good)
*If you can't sing acapella, karaoke won't help
Try to remember some people are meant to be the
audience, so enjoy the people who can sing and have a
repertoire and find something you are truly good at.

Please be courteous with cell phones

In regard to cell phones being opened in movie the-
aters, especially the Regal Theaters in Ormond Beach.
It is very distracting when someone near you keeps
opening his or her cell phone. The light comes on, and
you can't enjoy the movie having the light shine in your
eyes. Some people do try to shield their cell phones, but
it is difficult to do.

In response to
'I shouldn't have to pay taxes for schools'

Well think about living in an illiterate society. If you
work for someone, and that person is replaced by some-
one who didn't know how to read, write or do arithmetic
who you have a hard time getting paid, and it wouldn't
be much of a fun place to work.

In response to
'If you can't say anything nice,
don't say anything at all'

I want to apologize for what that misguided person
did to her in the checkout line, and I hope she's had
some really good days since. I was offended, too.
The offender doesn't understand the dynamics of neg-
ativity versus positivism, and that behaving as he did is
likely to bring bad things on himself.
In most stores, the express item limit is taken as a
rough figure, and most people (myself included) have
no problem with a few extra items.








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Kickin' it


The Apollo U-9 Boys
Ormond Beach Soccer
Team has finished an
undefeated soccer season.
The Apollo team also
recently went undefeated
against four teams at the
"Fire and Fury" two-day
four-game tournament in
Merritt island. Left to
right, first row: Luke
Korfant, Graham Geis,
Hunter Sweat, Chris Mays,
Jaden Collins, Zach
McNeely, Riker Casey,
Noah Gettman, Orel
Bitton and Connor Rioux;
left to right, second row:
Coach Kevin Sweat and
Assistant Coach Jeroen
Kistemaker.


Photo courtesy of
Kevin Sweat


Letters


'Twas the night after Christmas'

'Twas the night after Christmas, and all through the house,
lay the empty gift boxes from me and my spouse.
The stockings that hung from the chimney with care, are
now to be found at heaven knows where.
The toys and the games and the bright-colored sox, now lay
to the side, while kids play with the box.
The turkey and dressing and all the desserts, still bulge at
your waistline to the point where it hurts.
The tree that was bright and so perfectly trimmed, now
looks kind of tired and the lights, kind of dimmed.
The cards that were taped all around the porch door, are
now one by one winding up on the floor.
And the fire that roared with a crackling of barks, has now
dwindled down to a few gentle sparks.
All the an-tici-pa-tion, and the thrill of it all will eventually
lead to the bills on the wall.
But I have no regrets, as I look round the room, for I see my
whole family with their faces in bloom.
And I say to myself, "thank the Lord up above," for having
this Christmas with the people I love,
And I wish that this feeling of love and good cheer will
remain with us all year, every day, every year.

Jerry Genovese
Daytona Beach Shores

In response to
"I shouldn't have to pay for school taxes'

It seems as though the letter writer believes he is being


treated unfairly because the disbursements of real estate
taxes pertaining to schools has touched a nerve.
There is much to be said about both sides of this
argument.
Let's examine the tax in question here, that of taxing real
property. This tax is supposed to be for the support of local
and county services to residents of its jurisdictions;
services such as police, fire, school and water resources, to
name a few. These taxes are levied on just the homeowner,
but the services are provided to all of the residents, both
property and non-property owners alike. Many recipients
of these services could be renters, squatters and even the
homeless, basically anyone occupying space in these
taxed communities.
Is a homeowner being taxed fairly in this case? Of course
not, it's done solely because they are easy marks and the
incentive for paying this tax is not losing their home. Non-
property owners are getting a free ride when it comes to
shelling out for these services. The only fair, equitable
form of taxation for services such as those paid by real
estate taxes is a head tax.
In this manner everyone pays their fair share for servic-
es rendered. The government doesn't see it this way
because of the problems they would encounter with both
collections and enforcement. So, we are now stuck with
real estate taxation.
The revolution fought in this country was in large part
about unfair taxation.
Have we lost our moral compass by expecting others to
support our responsibilities through forced taxation?

Anthony Cavicchia
Ormond Beach


Woman lays dead in bed for 8 months


pend any time surfing
theWeb 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 msnbc.msn.com:
Woman lay dead in bed for
eight months
The body of an elderly
woman remained in her bed
for up to eight months even
though caretakers paid daily
visits to the house and kept it
tidy, authorities said.
New Hanover County
District Attorney Benjamin
David told a news conference
that a concealment of death
charge would be filed against
a family member, although
he declined to identify the
person by name.
"There is no question it was
known to the family and
should have been communi-
cated to law enforcement,"
he said. "This is not tolerated
under North Carolina law
and it is not tolerated by this
law enforcement communi-
ty."


f HOW WEIRD
IS THAT?!
SEAN MCCARTHY



Failure to report a death is a
low-level felony in North
Carolina. David said the
person charged may not face
jail time depending on any
prior criminal record.
From news.yahoo.com:
Self-styled vampire jailed for
threatening judge
A man who claims to be the
leader of a group of vampires
has pleaded guilty to charges
he threatened to torture and
kill an Indianapolis judge and
his family.
Rocky Flash, 45, also known
as Jonathon Sharkey, was
sentenced in a Marion
County court to more than
two years in jail. Prosecutors
say the man threatened to
beat, torture, impale,
dismember and decapitate
Judge David Certo, who is
presiding over another case
involving Flash.


Flash claims to be the
leader of a group called
"Vampyre Nation."
From CaI l lutii dra i.imec' i
Teen runs up dad's cell bill to
nearly $22,000
A 13-year-old teen was
probably in hot water with
his father after running up a
cell phone bill of nearly
$22,000. Ted Estarija said he
was expecting his bill to be
higher this month after
adding his son to his plan,
but wasn't expecting a bill of
$21,917 in data usage
charges.
The Hayward man said his
Verizon Wireless bill soared
after his son apparently
downloaded about 1.4
million kilobytes of data last
month. His plan didn't cover
data usage, so he was
charged by the megabyte.
Estarija said after the first
media reports, Verizon said
they would credit his account
for the entire amount. He has
also suspended his son's
account.
From argusleadercom: Pair
accused of faking death from
bad oysters


A couple was charged in
federal court in Sioux Falls
with faking the husband's
death to collect on life
insurance.
A woman, 39, and her 45-
year-old husband pleaded
not guilty to conspiracy to
commit mail fraud. The wife
was free on bond, while the
husband was being held
without bond.
Authorities said the woman
claimed her husband died
after eating bad oysters
during a family vacation in
Malaysia in 2003. She
eventually settled the
insurance case with two
insurance companies for $2
million. FBI agents informed
Sioux Falls-based Midland
National Life about a year
ago that husband walked
into the U.S. Embassy in
Jakarta, Indonesia, and asked
to renew his passport. The
man was arrested in Guam
last month.

Sean McCarthy can be
reached
help@ComputeThisOnline.c
om (no hyphens).


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Hope you and your
family had a wonderful
Christmas holiday and a
have a happy and safe New
Year!
Now that the holidays are
coming to a close, many of
us will have an abundance
of holiday plants to nurture
for an entire year so we can
enjoy them again next year.
One of the most popular
gifts of the holiday season
are amaryllis bulbs.


Amaryllis bulbs are
relatively easy to take of. If
you give them adequate
water and bright light, they
should bloom in about six
weeks. The best way to
water is to keep the plants
evenly moist. Do not water
so much that the plants are
sitting in standing water.
Keep the plants on a
windowsill or protected
porch for best results. If
your bulbs are too small,


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you may have to wait until
next year before you get
blooms to form.
If you received a Norfolk
pine as a gift or bought one
for yourself, you can


successfully grow them
indoors. As a matter of fact,
I recommend that you
either grow them indoors or
plant them in a container. I
do not recommend plant-
ing them outdoors.
These trees do not fare
well in hurricane-force
winds and they grow
extremely large. With that
said, Norfolk pines will do

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Son refurbishes table, family memories


ile most people
will associate
money or valuable
property with things left in a
last will and testament, the
gift to me from my father
was something completely
different, but very special.
At 11 inches wide and
almost seven feet long, it
wasn't your normal cocktail
table.
This anomaly, fabricated
from angle iron, half-inch
plywood and multicolored
two-inch square tiles that
had been laid in no particu-
lar pattern or order was a
labor of love created by my
father sometime in 1956.
The table had been in our
family for as long as I could
remember. Often the sub-
ject of discussion between
my father and me, I always
liked the table and hoped
one day to have it passed on
to me. I told dad that the
only thing I really wanted
from the small group of
family treasures once he was
gone was the cocktail table.
He obliged, and after his
passing in 1999, I learned
that he had kept his word
and left it to me in his will.
After recently realizing
that it had been almost 10
years to the day that my dad
had passed away, while sit-
ting on the back porch
enjoying the Florida sum-


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From page A6
extremely well in an indoor
environment, as long as
there is ample light. Position
your plant near a window
where it will receive a bit of
sun daily.
These plants will do best
if they are watered on a
regular schedule. Keep the
plants evenly moist but
not dripping wet. Do not
allow the plants to sit in
standing water. Norfolk
pines also enjoy a humid
environment so if the
plant is indoors, you may
find it beneficial to lightly
mist it from time to time
to help increase the
humidity around the
plant.
Improper watering can
result in needle loss that
will not regenerate itself.
In addition, never try to
prune the tree to shape it.
The only pruning that
should be done on this
plant is for basic mainte-
nance, such as trimming
off dead or yellow lower
branches.
In the past, I have
discussed about how to


mer evening, I decided it
was time to refurbish the
table. I was
~ ready to


breath
new liff. Ii l1
our old Liumi
member bin nII
color ti h'rl I i. .. nI. \
grout tin hli I|ini-. hin.I .i
fresh cinai II hluin hi., kL
paint to her frame. She
would become as good as
new...just like she was in
1956.
I removed and cleaned
each tile and numbered
each one by row and place-
ment. I wanted the table to
be in the exact condition
and look it had started with.
As I worked, I questioned
things this old table had
been through. Where did the
tiles come from? What was


choose and nurture
poinsettia plants during
the holidays. These
delicate plants can also be
planted outdoors after the
season is over.
First, choose a location
that is sheltered away from
strong winds and the full
direct rays of the summer
sun. Also, choose an area
where you can control the
artificial light at night, so
you can get your plants to
bloom next season with
minimal effort.
Use a good-quality
potting mix to place your
plants in the ground and
be sure it is a well-drained
location. It might be wise
to repot your plant in a
large pot until all danger
of frost and cold weather
has past. March would be
a great transition month to
place your prize in the
ground.
Once it's planted and
established, be sure to
trim off all the old red
bracts. You will need to do
this in order to get blooms


with the three red tiles in a
row in row 26?
Maybe it was dad's pas-
sion for art that moved him
to place the tiles in the order
they were in. I suppose that
will always be one of the
secrets that the table holds.
I also recalled some of the


significant ever
table and I ha
remember sittir
Ihn\ 4f 5. llu.d
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Anoth-
er signifi-
cant memory
occurred no
long after the
event. It was the
and their apple
the Ed Sullivan
recall, we sat an
with the babys
sang along wi
Four.
For a week, I


i


cleaned her rusty frame,
then painted the table with
a fresh coat of primer and a
nice glossy coat of black.
With each pass of the
sprayer, it was almost like a
feeling of rebirth of
renewal. As I laid the tiles in
exactly the same order that


its that this they were removed, I could-
d shared. I n't help but think about my
ag on it as a dad; his idiosyncratic meth-
1 i. i .I ..11ds. I, mlInb. lulous man-
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Votran offers New
Year's Eve trolley
service

Votran will offer a New
Year's Eve trolley service for
$3.
A party-goer can travel
safely all night along
Atlantic Avenue on New
Year's Eve.
The unlimited service
runs from 7 p.m. Thursday,
Dec. 31, to just after 1 a.m.
New Year's Day.
Trolleys, in addition to
regular night service, will
run every 20 minutes.
The trolleys will serve the
Main Street Daytona Beach
New Year's celebration as
well as many other destina-
tions on the A1A strip.
The service is available to
everyone.
The New Year's Eve trol-
ley route will run along A1A
between Granada and
Beachcomber Avenues.
Connections also can be
made between regular
night service routes No. 1,
3, 4, 10, 15 and 17.
For more information, or
to purchase an advance
New Year's Eve pass, call
(386) 761-7700 or the Hotel
and Lodging Association at
(386) 257-6828.

Dedicate a walk for
World Peace Day

The Ormond Beach
Leisure Services Depart-
ment invites the public to
dedicate a walk in the
labyrinth in honor of World
Peace Day on Thursday,
Dec. 31.
Participants may come
by the labyrinth any time
from dawn until dusk.
Information at the site
includes a peace song and
meditation to be read.
Carol Bertrand and Joan
Baliker will be there from 2
p.m. to 4 p.m. to assist par-
ticipants.
The Harmony Labyrinth
is located in Central Park II
on Hammock Lane
between Orchard Street
and Old Kings Road.

Free H1N1
vaccinations
available

The Volusia County
Health Department is
offering a number of
opportunities for residents
to get no cost vaccinations


for protection against the
H1N1 flu virus including
vaccination outreach
teams that will come to
businesses, organizations
or events to provide vacci-
nations.
To date, more than
100,000 doses of the H1N1
vaccine have been distrib-
uted throughout Volusia
County to health and med-
ical providers including
hospitals, clinics, fire
departments, pharmacies
and more.
The Volusia County
Health Department offers
the following vaccination
options:
*Free H1N1 vaccination
clinics from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m., Wednesdays, Dec. 30,
Jan. 6 and Jan. 13, at the
Volusia Mall, 1700 W. Inter-
national Speedway Blvd.,
Daytona Beach. The clinic
will be near the Dillard's
Men's Store.
*Outreach Vaccination
Teams group vaccinations
are available for 20 or more
people. For more informa-
tion, call (866) 821-7704.
*Free H1N1 vaccinations
from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Mon-
day through Friday at1845
Holsonback Drive, Day-
tona Beach and 717 W.
Canal St., New Smyrna
Beach.
The nasal spray and
injectable vaccine are
available at no cost.
For more information,
visit
www.volusiahealth.com
and click on Let's Fight Flu
Together.

Tutors needed

College students are
needed to tutor in the
Advancement Via Individ-
ual Determination pro-
gram at selected area
Volusia County middle
and high schools.
AVID is an internation-
ally recognized program
designed to help students
enroll in a four-year col-
lege.
Tutors earn $8.69 per
hour for tutoring college-
bound students under the
direct supervision of an
AVID elective teacher.
Tutorials occur during
the school day at times
scheduled by each school.
Applicants must have
completed 60 college
semester hours to be eligi-
ble to apply.
Recent college grads
and qualified Volusia
County substitute teach-


ers are also encouraged to
apply.
For more information,
call (386) 734-7190, (386)
255-6475, (386) 427-5223,
Ext. 20670, or e-mail scan-
ning@volusia.kl2.fl.us.
Application information
can be found at
www.myvolusiaschools.co
m by clicking on the
departments tab, and
clicking on "AVID" in the
instructional services col-
umn.

Help the city get
ready for the census

Daytona Beach Mayor
Glenn Ritchey is calling
together community lead-
ers, business profession-
als, organizations and
other interested individu-
als to join the city's efforts
in preparing Daytona
Beach residents for the
2010 Census. A meeting
will be held at 11 a.m.,
Tuesday, Jan. 19, at the
Daytona Beach Police
Department, 129 Valor
Blvd.
The meeting will also
review the work that has
already gone into the city-
wide census preparation.
Lunch will be provided.
For more information, e-
mail goodmanb@codb.us,
or call (386) 671-8203.

Census
workers needed

The U.S. Census Bureau
is now hiring nationwide
for the 2010 Census.
These temporary, part-
time jobs offer good pay,
flexible evening and week-
end hours up to 40 hours a
week, and the chance to
work near home. Workers
are needed in almost
every community.
For more information,
call (866) 861-2010 or visit
www.2010censusjobs.gov.

Libraries closed
for holiday

Volusia County's 15
public libraries will be
closed Christmas Day and
New Year's Day.
The libraries will close
at 5 p.m. on New Year's
Eve.
Patrons will be able to
visit the library system
online at www.volusiali-
brary.org during the holi-
day closings.


Community Notes


Hoteliers
From page Al
interested in hearing more,
although a couple of the
commissioners expressed
reservations and a speaker
from the audience criticized
the idea.
A member of the business
community said his compa-
ny is willing to be the "pri-
vate" part of the deal. John
Dahl, vice president of Pyra-
mid Hotels, which operates
the Daytona Hilton, said
they will financially con-
tribute to phase one.
"In exchange, we would
like to be part of the com-
mittee and assist you in
developing and financing
the project," he told the Day-
tona Beach commissioners.
"You want to stick your neck
out? We want to stick our
neck out too."
Mr. Dahl said the hotel is
important to the success of
Daytona Beach because cur-
rently there are not enough
rooms to support the
expanded Ocean Center.
Longtime local hotelier
George Anderson said he
also wanted to be involved.
"I'm a player in the com-
munity and I want to stay a
player," he said. "The county
has built the convention
center and if we don't take
advantage of what's been
done, I see a problem for a
long time."
Mr. Fishkind predicted it
would be another two years
before large hotels are built
by private companies.
"If the commission wants
to get things started, this is
the way," he said. "If there is
no public/private partner-
ship, then it won't happen
for a long time."
Mr. Fishkind said the proj-
ect would be done in phases.
He said he would organize
the finances and act as advi-
sor and his fee would be $5
per thousand, taken from


the sale of the bonds. He
said that is the industry
standard for this type of
financing.
"I've laid this out in a step-
by-step roadmap to move
this forward to successful
financing," he said.
For an example, Mr.
Fishkind cited a similar proj-
ect that was done in the last
few years in Dallas, in which
government bonds were
used. He said the same
could be done here.
In addition to the hotel,
Mr. Fishkind said the part-
nership would also need to
finance a skywalk over State
Road A1A, a parking garage
and landscaping.
He also said the "ezone" or
entertainment zone would
be an important part of the
plan. The ezone is an area
around the Ocean Center
the city wants to improve
with restaurant, shops and
attractions.
"All that is necessary to
succeed," he said. "We need
to make it a compelling area
for market planners."
The project would be
financed with government
bonds, and the bond holders
would be paid by proceeds
from sales tax in the tourist
area and revenue from the
hotel and garage.
Commissioner Pam
Woods asked Mr. Fishkind
what would happen if the
hotel failed to make money.
"I want to know what tax
payers will be on the hook
for," she said.
Mr. Fishkind said there
would be no risk to taxpay-
ers.
"If the project fails, the
bond holders don't get paid,"
he said. "You would pay a
higher interest rate to give
the bond holders a reason to
take a risk."
Mr. Fishkind said the only
way the project can be done
is for the government to own
the hotel, but it would be
easy to get a private compa-


ny that would operate it.
"They will come in a
heartbeat," he said. "They
would make no investment;
they would operate if for a
percentage of the profits."
Mayor Glenn Ritchey said
the city should move for-
ward.
"I don't know how you can
dismiss something without
exploring it," he said. "I think
a $200 million project would
be a catalyst and linchpin for
the community. We're not
proud of the way it looks
along A1A. I would be willing
to take another look."
Commissioner Robert
Gilliland said he believed if
the project were successful,
it would encourage develop-
ers to build smaller hotels in
the area.
Others were less enthused.
Commissioner Shiela
McKay-Vaughan said she
wanted to hear other ideas
for developing the area.
"I have heartburn over
$200 million in bonds," she
said. "I want to see other
options."
There was a dissenting
opinion from a speaker from
the audience, Ken Paz.
"The government is not
good at developing proper-
ty," he said. "You've got no
skin in the game. You're using
taxpayer money. There's got
to be incentives you can offer
the private sector. Please
don't do this."


School News


Teachers
awarded grants

The Volusia County
Schools education founda-
tion, FUTURES, awarded 103
mini-grants to Volusia Coun-
ty Schools teachers.
A total of $60,385 was
awarded to teachers in
amounts ranging from $150
to $1,500.
The East Volusia County
recipients included:
The Superintendent's
Mini-Grant Award ($800) to


Spruce Creek High School
teacher Andrea White for
"Futures" meets "Strong Sci-
ence" and "A+ Funding" in
Genetic Discovery." This
project is the culmination of
all that has been learned by
higher-level biology 12th
graders in molecular genet-
ics.
Creative Award ($630) to
Cypress Creek Elementary
School teacher Richard West
for "Racing into Learning-
Otter Slot Car Club." The slot
car clubs will meet after
school. A local business will


bring the track, cars, & acces-
sories to school. Age appro-
priate hands on experiments
involving weight, balance,
force, motion, place value,
scale, design and graphing
will be completed.
Creative Award ($550) to
New Smyrna Beach High
School teachers Tina Curry
and Deborah Samuels for
"Caught Reading." The goal
of the project is to promote
increased school-wide read-
ing, visual literacy and an
appreciation of graphic
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Virgil Baker, regional director for AccuQuest, uses an audiometer
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AccuQuest Hearing

Centers offer latest


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By Wayne Grant
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DAYTONA BEACH In case
you haven't heard, Florida Bet-
ter Hearing Centers has
merged with AccuQuest Hear-
ing Centers, a national compa-
ny.
The new company has the
AccuQuest name, and the local
centers are in Ormond Beach,
Daytona Beach, New Smyrna
Beach and Palm Coast.
Virgil Baker, regional direc-
tor, said the larger company is
beneficial to consumers.
"AccuQuest is a large, nation-
al company that provides sta-
bility even in recessionary
times," he said. "They will be
here tomorrow to service what
they sell today."
The company performs
hearing tests as well as selling
and servicing hearing aids.
"Once you get a hearing aid,
it's important to have it
checked periodically, every
three months for most people,"
Mr. Baker said, "We can change
the settings to adjust to hear-
ing or lifestyle changes."
There is no charge for the
visits.
Anyone who suspects they
have a hearing problem should
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make an appointment, Mr.
Baker said. Specialists can per-
form tests to determine if a
hearing aid will help or if the
person should see an eye, nose
and throat specialist.
They also have a video oto-
scope to look into the ear canal
and check for wax.
Mr. Baker said that he is
proud to sell the Starkey line of
hearing aids, which is made in
the United States.
"Most hearing aids are made
overseas," he said.
The latest technology is the
"open fit" hearing aid. It rests
over the ear, and a stem
extends into the canal, rather
than the traditional piece that
fills the canal.
"It weighs less and is less
cumbersome," he said. "It has a
more natural feel, and there's
more amplification and less
feedback."
Mr. Baker recommends
everyone have their hearing
checked once a year if they
have noticed any problem.
There are AccuQuest loca-
tions throughout the area, so
stopping by one of the loca-
tions should be easy for every-
one.
For information call (866)
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Brief
From page Al


defrauded by the station and its
travel show and are asking for class
action status. In the complaint,
sent to us by local resident Murray
Steinberg, the group claims they
bought travel packages that came
with hidden fees and restrictions.
In some cases, the group says they
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raphy and encouraged to have sex
with each other so Mr. Wilhite
could watch.

Suspect in Ormond Beach
rape turns himself in

A suspect turned himself in on a
rape charge after a young woman
was attacked in her home in
Ormond Beach. DonaldWoulard
Jr., 52, is facing a host of charges in
connection to the assault on the
victim in the Village Subdivision
east of Nova Road. Police widely
circulated a composite sketch of
the suspect and less than 12 hours
later, Mr. Woulard came in to the
station and told authorities he was
the man the were looking for,
though he claims he invaded the
home, but didn't rape the 25-year-
old woman. Police say she was
home alone when Mr. Woulard
knocked and asked for the home-
owner, the victim's roommate. He
said he had done yard work for the
homeowner and was looking for
another job. He returned a short
time later under the rouse of
leaving a business card, according
to police, then pushed his way in
and terrorized the victim for more
than an hour. WESH 2 obtained the
victim's 9-1-1 call for help and she
told authorities the man raped her,
and chased her into the backyard
when she finally escaped. Police
say a neighbor heard the commo-
tion and ran to help the young
woman as the suspect ran away.


The victim was clearly distraught in
the call, but aware enough to tell
investigators she tried to calm the
angry man by offering him some-
thing to drink, hoping to get his
fingerprints on the cup. The
homeowner says her roommate is a
hero. She says she is stunned by her
bravery and relieved the suspect is
in custody because the assault had
the entire community on edge. Mr.
Woulard, who has an extensive
criminal history, is being held
without bond.

Suspect pleaded not guilty

The last suspect arrested in the
murder of a 13-year-old boy in
Daytona Beach pleaded not guilty
at a recent arraignment. Ervin
Shipman had to be extradited out
of Seminole County where he was
arrested so his arraignment was
delayed. Shipman and four others
are accused of killing Lloyd Robin-
son Jr. last summer. The teen was
shot during a home invasion.

Judge removed from
hearing some cases

AVolusia County Circuit Court
judge will no longer handle cases in
which people maybe involuntarily
held for psychiatric issues or
problems with substance abuse.
Judge John Doyle was recently
removed from hearing those cases
after the Circuit's Chief Judge got
complaints that Judge Doyle
behaved rudely in some cases.
According to written letters to
Chief Judge David Walsh, Judge
Doyle refused to let anyone speak
and used words like drunks and
drug addicts about people seeking
treatment. The Chief Judge
planned to talk with Judge Doyle
about the situation, but when
Judge Doyle refused to have a
conversation, he was immediately
removed from that particular
rotation schedule.

Man killed when hit by car

A man in his 50s was hit by a car
and killed in the 3200 block of
Daytona Beach Shores. Police say
they were called to the scene of the
crash and found the victim unre-
sponsive, lying in the roadway near
the curb. He was rushed to the
hospital but died before doctors


could help him. Police say Jodi
Ascherman, 38, of Ponce Inlet was
driving a vehicle northbound when
she struck the victim, but there's no
word on why he wandered into the
road and in this early going, police
have not been able to identify the
victim. Charges are still pending.

Subway robber
sentenced to life

A man who robbed a Subway
restaurant in Port Orange will go to
prison for life without the chance
of parole. Prosecutors say Isaac
Andrews committed the crime less
than three years after being
released from prison on another
stint so as a result he faces a far
more significant punishment. Mr.
Andrews robbed the restaurant at
gunpoint in April, but was seen on
store surveillance and later arrest-
ed when an officer recognized him.

Motel fire was arson

Investigators say a fire that did
more than $20,000 damage at a
motel in Port Orange was deliber-
ately set. The blaze broke out in the
office at the Triangle Motel on
Ridgewood Avenue in the pre-
dawn hours and firefighters were
able to contain it and prevent it
from spreading to adjacent rooms.
No one was hurt, but state investi-
gators say the fire is definitely a
case of arson and are offering a
$2,500 reward for information.

Carjack victim escapes after
being punched

A 76-year-old man was
punched in the face in Port
Orange when a suspect claiming
to have a gun attacked him in his
car. Fortunately, police caught up
with the suspect. They say 40-
year-old Lawrence Singletary of
New Smyrna Beach approached
the elderly man who was sitting
in his car at a business plaza.
Police say Mr. Singletary told the
victim he had a gun and ordered
him to move over into the passen-
ger seat. Mr. Singletary punched
the victim in the face according to
authorities, but the victim
managed to get out of the car and
the suspect took off in it. He was
captured in Daytona Beach and
police say the gun turned out to
be a plastic toy.


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your loved ones may
need help taking care of
themselves. One of the
most important signs is
your own gut reaction. If
you're left with nagging
concerns after a visit or
conversation or if you
see other worrying
changes in their behav-
ior, follow your instincts
and consider extra help.
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mon signs that your
loved one may need
additional care:
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surrounded by water and
an outdoor performance
venue with plenty of free
parking.
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gressing ahead of schedule
right now," Katie Reins-
midt, vice president of cor-
porate communications
for developer CBL, said.
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January with the majority
opening around the offi-
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March."
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store openings will contin-
ue throughout the follow-
ing months.


on clothes, infrequent
bathing).
*Changes in eating
habits (one meal a day,
snacks instead of a nutri-
tious meal).
*Sudden mood
changes (angry, suspi-
cious, paranoid).
*Reluctance to social-
ize.
*Depression (not
sleeping, not eating, lack
of energy).
*Poor or decreased
judgment (burners left
on, doors unlocked).
*Loss of initiative or
lack of interest in activi-
ties (stopped participat-
ing in social, church or
volunteer groups).


"We are excited about
great shopping and dining
opportunities at The Pavil-
ion at Port Orange," said
Geoff Smith, said CBL &
Associates Properties, Inc.,
Vice President of Develop-
ment. "We have listened to
the requests of area shop-
pers and are delivering a
diverse mix of retail,
restaurants and services."
CBL owns or manages
four regional malls and
open-air centers in Florida
including Volusia Mall in
Daytona Beach, Gulf Coast
Town Center in Fort Myers,
Panama City Mall in Pana-
ma City and Lakeshore
Mall in Sebring.
In addition to Hollywood
Theaters, the other anchor
store coming to The Pavil-
ion at Port Orange is fash-
ion department store Belk.
Junior anchor stores


*Increased forgetful-
ness (missed doctor
appointments or family
events).
*Difficulty walking,
unsteadiness, or fre-
quent falls.
*Mishandling finances
or medications (not tak-
ing medication or not
taking the correct dose,
not paying bills).
*Unsafe home environ-
ment (cluttered path-
ways, poor lighting,
needed household
repairs).


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Other shops and restau-
rants include Adornments
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Fresh, Cold Stone Cream-
ery, David's Bridal, Five
Guys Burgers and Fries,
General Nutrition Center,
Hibbett Sports, Kirkland's,
Lee Nail Spa,
Mattress One, maurices,
Olive Garden, Rack Room
Shoes, RedBrick Pizza,
Rue21, Sally Beauty Sup-
ply, and Takara Japanese
Steakhouse.
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reviewed information pro-
vided by the FAA,
researched other airport
procedures, heard from
industry professionals, and
listened to complaints and
ideas from area residents.
"Many comments from
residents at our meetings
found their way into the
decisions we made," Mr.
Lichliter said.
Two workshops were
also conducted. Embry-
Riddle Aeronautical Uni-
versity supplied staff and
two airplanes so that task
force members could
observe the results of vari-
ous flight patterns.
Recommendations from
the task force include ask-
ing pilots to fly "high and
tight," that is, at a high
altitude and as close to the
airport as possible.
Another suggestion is for
pilots to stay west of the
Tomoka River when flying
south to avoid large popu-
lation centers.
To facilitate compliance
with recommended proce-
dures, the task force rec-
ommends that the flight
schools post the new pro-
cedures prominently.
Mr. Lichliter said the
schools have shown a will-
ingness to cooperate.
"We sometimes demo-
nize the flight schools but
they have been receptive,"
he said.
Procedures have already
been published and
Embry-Riddle has made
them mandatory. Other
schools make sure their
pilots read the rules and
encourage them to partici-
pate, Mr. Lichliter said.
The task force also rec-
ommended the city
explore the possibility of
acquiring a monitoring
system that would record
flight patterns.
Two residents said they
believe noise will continue
to be a problem.
Hal Perkins said the rec-
ommendations may help
but it would be a mistake
to assume they will solve
the problem because they
are voluntary.
He also said the number
of flights is a big problem.
"When I was putting out
Christmas decorations I
counted 11 planes in a 15-
minute period," he said.
Sean Daly said traffic
volume causes a problem
because the tower must
send the airplanes out in
holding patterns around
the airport.
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procedures and I'm still
getting flights over my
house," he said. "The
tower people tell me that if
there are enough planes in
the pattern, they will be
over my house."
He also expressed a con-
cern for safety, pointing
out instances of private
planes crashing through-
out Florida.
An idea to reduce the
number of flights at the
airport was brought up by
Commissioner Bill Part-
ington.
"I'd like to look at work-
ing with the county to put
a strip in an unincorporat-
ed, nonresidential area for
schools to practice 'touch
and go' procedures," he
said.
Mayor Fred Costello said
it was worth exploring.
"That is an idea that
makes sense to every-
body," he said.
Stimulus money might
be available for such a
project, said city manager
Joyce Shanahan. She said
that city staff would look
into it.
Commissioner Ed Kelley
said he would accept the
task force recommenda-
tions for "what they are


worth."
He said most of the com-
plaints were from just a
few people.
"If the problem was that
serious, everybody would
be feeling the same way
and you'd have more than
just a small number com-
plaining," he said.
He said there may be a
noise problem, but the city
is limited in what it can do.
"If an airplane is three
miles above a person's
house, I don't know how
responsible we are," he
said. "Some of the com-
plaints are probably from
military or other aircraft
from outside our area."
Ted Baldwin, an aircraft
noise expert who assisted
the task force, said solving
the problem is all about
cooperation and commu-
nication.
"The one piece of advice
I can give you is to com-
municate," he said. "That
is where I recommend you
put your efforts. It would
be more effective than
even putting in a monitor-
ing system."
City staff will now have
the task of analyzing the
suggestions and reporting
back to the commission.


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SATURDAY, Dec. 26

*Expresso: The group
Expresso will perform from 5-9
p.m., on the deck of the
Rivergrille at 950 N. U.S.
Highway 1, Ormond Beach.
They will perform with
Jonathan Brady on keyboards.
*Ballroom dance: The
Greater Daytona Chapter of
U.SA. Dance will hold a
ballroom dance from 7-10:30
p.m. at the City Island Recre-
ation Center, 108 E. Orange
Ave., Daytona Beach. Cost is
$6 for members, $8 for non-
members and $3 for students.
Admission includes a one-hour
group lesson from 7-8 p.m.
Attire will be dressy casual. The
public may attend. For more
information, call (386) 756-
8433 or (386) 427-4591 or
visit greaterdaytonachapter.org.

SUNDAY, Dec. 27

*Historical bus tour: A
scenic historical bus tour
presented by the Ormond
Beach Historical Society will
be held at 1 p.m., Sunday.
Bus tours leave from The
Casements parking lot, 25
Riverside Drive. This two-hour
tour includes the Ormond
Scenic Loop, Fairchild Oak,
Three Chimneys Sugar Mill
Ruins, Ormond Indian Mound
and historic homes along the
way. A knowledgeable tour
guide will interpret the 30
sites on the route. Tickets are
$20 for adults, $18 for seniors
65+, $7 for ages 7 to 12, and
can be purchased at the OBHS
Welcome Center, 38 E.
Granada Blvd. or by phone
using Visa or Master Card.
Reservations are required as
space is limited. For more
information, call (386) 677-
7005 or visit www.ormondhis-
tory.org.
*Walk: The Happy Wander-
ers will hold a 5K /1OK walk at
1 p.m., Sunday, at Daytona
Beach City Island Library, 105
E. Magnolia Ave. Cost is $3. For
more information, call (386)
788-4026, (386) 676-9863 or
visit
www.happywanderersfl.org

MONDAY, Dec.28

*Afternoon at the movies:
The Port Orange Regional
Library will show the film
"Angels & Demons" at 2 p.m.,
Monday in the library auditori-
um, 1005 City Center Circle.
This film is rated PG-13 and is
138 minutes. Harvard symbolo-
gist Robert Langdon works to
solve a murder and prevent a
terrorist act against the Vatican.
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"Doo Wop With A Twist.... A Night Of Doo Wop & Rock N' Roll" will be held at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 8, at the
Ormond Beach Performing Arts Center, 399 N. U.S. Highway 1. Shown left to right are performers Frank Mancuso,
Tony Passa, Steve Horn and Tommy Mara.


Doo Wop show comes to Ormond


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Richard Nader Entertainment's
"Doo Wop With A Twist.... A Night Of
Doo Wop & Rock N' Roll" will be held
at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 8, at the
Ormond Beach Performing Arts
Center, 399 N. U.S. Highway 1.
Cruise down memory lane with
music featuring artists from the '60s,
Joey Dee, Frank Mancuso, Tony
Passa, Steve Horn, Tommy Mara and
special guest Amanda.


Joey Dee and The Starliters were
discovered while working at a night-
club called Oliveri's in Lodi, N. J.
They were booked for a weekend at
an New York City nightclub called
the Peppermint Lounge. It was sup-
pose to be a weekend stand that
escalated into a 13-month run. In
1961, their first song "Peppermint
Twist" went gold. This was followed
by "Hey Let's Twist," "Shout Part 1"
and "What Kind Of Love is This" to
name a few.
Mr. Mancuso attended Tilden High


School in Brooklyn where he and his
four school buddies became known
as The Red Hot Chico and His Four
Peppers. When his family moved to
Long Island his search began for new
singers who lived close by. It wasn't
long before Mr. Mancuso and four
new friends created The Imagina-
tions. They are remembered for
"Guardian Angel," "Good Night
Baby," and "The Search Is Over." In
1988, he reorganized The Imagina-
See DOO WOP, B2


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 or visit www.Aquarium-
Daytona.com.
*Bank & Blues Club:
Daytona Blues Society True
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.Daytona BluesSociety.or
g.
*First Turn Steakhouse:
Larry Tomei will perform at 6
p.m., Saturday at the tiki bar.
First Turn Steakhouse is
located at 5236 S. Ridge-
wood Ave., Port Orange. For
more information, call (386)
788-5434 or visit www.first-
turnsteakhouse.com.
*Five O'Clock Charley:
This band will perform rock
'n' roll, blues and country hits
from 7-10 p.m., Wednesday
at Julian's Landmark, 88 S.
Atlantic Ave., Ormond Beach.
They will perform 9 p.m.-
12:30 a.m., Thursday, at the
Ormond by the Sea Eagles
Club New Year's Eve party,
1544 Ocean Shore Blvd. 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. 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., Saturday. He
will be joined by Ray Guiser
at 9 p.m. Sax man Thom
Chambers will also perform
from 6-10 p.m., Sunday and
Monday. Pianist and vocalist
Michael Lamy will perform
from 6-10 p.m., Tuesday. Mr.
Hodgson will perform from
6-10 p.m., Wednesday and 6
p.m.-midnight, Thursday. Mr.
Chamber will perform at
9:30 p.m., Thursday. The
Garlic is located at 556 E.
Third Ave., New Smyrna


Beach. For more information,
call (386) 424-6660.
*Inlet Harbor: Rattle Shake
will perform from noon-4
p.m., Saturday. Rockit hits the
stage at 5 p.m., Saturday.
Eddie Uzzle will perform
from 12:30-4:30 p.m.,
Sunday. Gailforce hits the
stage at 5 p.m., Sunday and
at 12:30 p.m., Monday
through Wednesday. Mr.
Uzzle will perform at 5 p.m.,
Monday. Mike Caso hits the
stage at 5 p.m., Tuesday. Carl
Bernard will perform at 5
p.m., Wednesday. Rattle
Shake will perform at noon,
Thursday for New Year's Eve.
The Better Way will perform
from 5 p.m. to midnight,
Thursday for the New Year's
Eve bash. Inlet Harbor is
located at 133 Inlet Harbor
Road, Ponce Inlet. For more
information, call (386) 767-
5590.
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STAR SCOPES
James Tucker
Week of 12-25-2009
Aries-March 21-April 19
You know what you want.
Stay centered on your main
goals. Listen closely. You are
in a very positive energy pat-
tern right now. Find a little
quality time for yourself. Do a
few deep breathing exercises
when you first wake up. It's
better than drinking two
cups of coffee. Now you are
running on your own steam.
Good luck.

Taurus-April 20-May 20
Let go of the past and move
on. Don't expect others to do
things your way without a
commitment. You can't res-
cue the wounded. Stop try-
ing. Your place in this world
is to keep a steady pace,
move forward and live an
exciting, inspired, joy-filled
life. You have all this poten-
tial. Make the best of it. It's
your destiny.

Gemini-May 21-June 21
You continue to shine in
wonderful ways. Why? You
listen to your inner guidance.
You move forward when it
feels right. Many friends are
proud of you. Stay focused
on your three top priorities.
Less important things can
wait. Keep this plan going in
2010 and you will have the
best year of your life just
ahead.

Cancer-June 22-July 22
There is much more to life
than basic survival. All the
earthly pleasures will not
sustain you until you feed
your emotional and spiritual
needs first. Take it one day at
a time and trust your very
first impressions. This is pos-
sible for you because of your
extra large heart. You can do
it. Your personal happiness
depends on it.

Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
Recent successes have moti-
vated you to wanting even
more. Just be sure to not
take on too many things at
once. No reason to get scat-
tered now. You know what
feels right. It's good to make
a written plan or agenda
every day. Be flexible but fol-
low it closely. It will move
you forward and insure suc-
cess.

Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22
Continue to keep a loving,
open heart during the holi-
days and beyond. It puts you
closer to the source and
See SCOPES, B3


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Tom Hanks stars. For more
information, call (386) 322-
5152 Ext4.

WEDNESDAY, Dec. 30

*Music for Healing: Spon-
sored by the Port Orange
Ministerial Association, "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 instrumen-
tal music for peaceful contem-
plation, reflection, self-care and
meditation. Barbara Kaufmann
will provide the organ music.
The public may attend.
Instrumental musicians are
needed. For more information,
call (386) 761-9129.


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*Opera Video Club: The club
will show "La Gioconda," the
opera by Ponchielli, sung in
Italian with English subtitles, at
noon, Thursday at the Daytona
Beach Shores Council Cham-
bers' activity room, 3048 S.
Atlantic Ave. The film is 162
minutes long. Admission is free.
For more information, call
(386) 767-696Z

ONGOING EVENTS

*American Legion Post 17:
Spaghetti night is from 4:30-
6:30 p.m. each Thursday. 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 entertain-
ment 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.
*Chess club: The Port Orange
Regional Library hosts a chess
club for ages kindergarten
through adult from 5:30-6:30
p.m. each Tuesday and 3:30
p.m. to 4:30 p.m. each Friday.
All are invited to attend. The
library is located at 1005 City


Center Circle. For more
information, call (386) 322-
5152, Ext 4.
*Cracker Creek's Pirate
Cruise: Featuring the Pirates of
Spruce Creek, cruises are held
at 1 p.m. each Saturday and
Sunday at 1795 Taylor Road,
Port Orange. Costumed pirates
create a live, interactive
experience as young bucca-
neers learn navigation, pirate
weaponry, knotting or rope
tying and pirate lingo, all the
while searching for the lost
treasure at Spruce Creek.
Pre-registration is required by
calling (386) 304-0778. Canoe
and kayak launch and rentals,
guided eco-history Pontoon
boat tours and golf cart tours of
the conservation nature trails
also are available. For more
information, visit the Web site
at www.OldFloridaPioneer.com
or send an e-mail to cracker-
creek@OldFloridaPioneer.com.
*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.
*Daytona Metropolitan
Bridge Club: Duplicate Bridge
is played Monday through
Saturday at 600 Driftwood Ave.,
Daytona Beach. For the
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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 Fire-
Rescue Association Fire Hall,
2616 Hibiscus Drive. Two
games have $100 jackpots. The
facility is non-smoking. snacks
and soft drinks are available for
purchase. All 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 available for
purchase. All proceeds benefit
the Elk's sponsored charities.
For more information call (386)
427-2512.
*Gospel open mic: Faith
Church will hold an gospel
music open mic at 7 p.m., the
first Friday of each month from
November to April at the
church, 4700 Clyde Morris Blvd.,
Port Orange. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 761-5482.
*Ormond Beach Historical
Society Welcome Center and
Museum: This is the "Gateway
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From page B1
tions and in 1998 became a
part of The Legends of Doo
Wop.
The original members of
the Fascinators came
together in their home-
town of Brooklyn. They
were an offshoot of anoth-
er group the Clusters.
Tony Passalaqua, who later
shortened his name to
Passa, was the lead of the
group. They recorded on
Capitol Records. From
their first recording ses-
sion in 1958 the group
released the now-famous
"Chapel Bells."
Mr. Passa would go onto
a solo career. Later, he
became a member of the
Archies, singing on their
last release "Who's Your
Baby."
Mr. Horn began singing
bass in junior high school
in the Bronx. In 1960, he
was asked to join a group
called The Sharks, who
made 26 singles and five
albums. Their most mem-
orable songs were "Stormy
Weather" and "Canadian
Sunset." Mr. Horn is
responsible for forming
the Legends Of Doo Wop


graphs, a 20-minute DVD, and
interpretive panels that reveal
the rich and diverse history of
the Ormond Beach area.
Located in the 1895 MacDon-
ald 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. Rockefeller. 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
information, call 386-676-7005
or visit www.ormondhistory.org.
*Ormond Memorial Art
Museum & Gardens: Bassmi
Ibrahim of Clearwater, Florida
will exhibit his collection of
more than 40 large scale mixed
media pieces from Dec. 4 to
Jan. 8, at the Ormond Memori-
al Art Museum & Gardens, 78 E.
Granada Blvd. The exhibited
work is largely from his Isness
Series, which he identifies as
lyrical abstractions of the
negative-sounding stain
painting. Stain painting is a
process of applying thinned
down acrylics and/or oils to
unprimed canvas. The Ormond
Memorial Art Museum and
Gardens is open 10 a.m. to 4
p.m., Mondayto Friday and
from noon to 4 p.m., Saturday
and Sunday. There is a $2
suggested donation.
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who have been touring
since the late 1990s.
As a teenager, Mr. Mara
played the drums in
Brooklyn and sang in a
local rock band. He then
toured with Blonde. After
moving to Florida, he
joined The Saints and then
The Crests. Mr. Mara, who
is the present day lead
singer and owner of The
Crests, has been referred
to as both "The Pavarotti
of Doo Wop" and "The
Meatloaf of Doo Wop." He
sings hits that include
"Cara Mia," "Sixteen Can-
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Special guest during the
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da.
In 2009, she was show-
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Dreams" and she per-
formed twice with David
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There will also be a
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artists performing togeth-
er.
Tickets are on sale now.
Tickets start at $30. VIP
tickets, which include a
meet and greet with the
performers are $50.

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*Java Jungle: 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


Scopes
From page B1
helps guide your life toward
positive results. Do some-
thing really personal and cre-
ative for your true love and it
will be fondly remembered
for all the coming year. You
will be surprised how much
will come back to you.

Libra-Sept. 23-Oct. 22
The universe is going to bless
you with all the energy you
need to make it safely
through the holidays. Contact
a few relatives and friends
you haven't talked to in a
while. This spreads joy to the
world. Find a little time to
exercise, as well. This will
keep you in top shape and
raring to go when the New
Year rolls around.

Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov. 21
Give yourself a little extra
time during the holidays. You
work hard all year. Let this be
a present to yourself. Take an
inventory of your life and
make new plans for next
year. It is a time for saving
and being resourceful. Clean


time at 7:30 p.m., is held
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
at the Hawaiian Inn, 2301 S.
Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach
Shores. Participants will learn
traditional dances with
Polynesian women, warriors
and keikis (children). A flaming
fire knife dance and hula with
audience participation will be
featured. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 255-5411, Ext
186, or visit www.myohanalu-
au.com.
*Peanut's Restaurant &
Sports Bar: Free Bingo and
Comedy Auction is held at 7
p.m. each Tuesday. Mark River
performs at 8 p.m. each
Wednesday. Peanut's is home
to all NFL and college football.
Peanut's is located at 421
Flagler Ave., New Smyrna
Beach. For more information,
call (386) 423-1469.
*Peter's Wine Shop: Wine
Events are held each week.
Girlfriends Get Together is held
from 4-7 p.m. each Wednes-


out the hallway closet. You
never know what you will
find; maybe some hidden
money.

Sagittarius-Nov 22-Dec. 21
Compassion and idealism
along with a keen sense of
humor best describes your
attitude toward life. You have
serious goals and high regard
for the universal laws, but
you wish to enjoy yourself
while you work. Your cheerful
attitude inspires others and
makes them feel good. This
wonderful gift is the rarest of
treasures.

Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19
Your time is becoming more
valuable. Stay close to your
positive inner circle. Then,
take this new energy and use
it to manifest your special
projects. This plan will keep
you moving in the right direc-
tion and please you with the
results. The universe blesses
you because you bless it with
"balance."

Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18
The focus you have been giv-
ing to your main goals is
working. You are on a posi-


day. Thursday wine tasting is
held from 5-9 p.m. Guest
wine experts pour and discuss
wine. Peter's Wine Shop
located at 1665 Dunlawton
No. 105, Port Orange. For
more information, call (386)
689-1946, e-mail
peter@peterswineshop.com or
visit
www.peterswineshop.com.
*Rockin Ranch: The Native
Skeeter band will perform at 9
p.m., Saturday. The Saloonatix
will perform at 9 p.m., Thurs-
day, New Year's Eve. There is
no cover. The Rockin'Ranch is
located at 801 S. Nova Road,
Ormond Beach. For more
information, call (386) 673-
0904.
*Seabreeze Coffee Connec-
tion: A hand drum circle is held
at 8 p.m. each Wednesday at
315 Seabreeze Blvd., Daytona
Beach. For more information,
visit the Web site at
www.drumcircle.meetup.com/
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tive roll. Your spirit is strong.
Your mind is clear and your
desire is great. Much new
learning is coming soon. Con-
tinue to release the past of
old habits, attitudes, events
and things that no longer
serve you. A higher level is on
the way.

Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20
Your home life is better now
than in a long time. Why?
Because you have the
courage to stand up for your
true beliefs. This is the path of
respect. Continue on with
this natural high. This resur-
gence of your spirit and truth
will now spill over in your
professional and social life. I
predict a fine year coming
ahead for you.

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Collage workshop
scheduled
The Artists Workshop will
hold a "Color Emphasis -
Acrylic Collage" class with
artist Carrie Burns Brown
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Mon-
day to Thursday, Jan. 11 to
14, at 115 Canal St., New
Smyrna Beach.
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The Capitol Steps
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The Daytona Beach Sym-
phony Society will present
the musical political satire,
The Capitol Steps at 7 p.m.,
Thursday, Jan. 28, at the
News-Journal Center.
The Capitol Steps began
as a group of Senate staffers
who set out to satirize the
very people and place that
employed them.
General admission tickets
are $37.
For more information or
for information regarding
VIP packages, call (386) 253-
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Decorative Arts of
Dining scheduled
The fourth annual Deco-
rative Arts of Dining will be
held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.,
Saturday, Jan. 30, at the
Hilton Daytona Beach, 110
N. Atlantic Ave., Daytona
Beach.
Admission is $20 per per-


son.
Reservations are required
by Jan. 17.
This event is sponsored by
the Daytona Beach Sym-
phony society.
For more information, call
(386) 253-2901.
Military band
tickets available

The City of Daytona
Beach and the Daytona
Beach News-Journal will
host the United States Air
Force Reserve Concert Band
from Warner Robbins, Ga.,
for one free concert Sunday,
Feb. 7, at 1:30 p.m. at the
Peabody Auditorium.
Tickets are free for this
general admission perform-
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now at the Peabody Audito-
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Tickets are limited to six
per person. The box office is
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tunes, popular music, movie
themes and patriotic
favorites.
Elvis tribute
show planned

"The King in Concert," an
Elvis Presley tribute show
will be held at 7 p.m., Sun-
day, Jan. 3, at the Ormond
Beach Performing Arts Cen-
ter, 399 N. U.S. Highway 1.
Randy Elvis Walker
becomes Elvis Presley as he
is accompanied by his live
band the Legendaires. Guest
stars includes Camille Terry
as Marilyn Monroe,
Nashville country singers,
VickiLee and Jennifer Acuff
Milton (a relative of Roy
Acuff).
Mr. Walker began per-
forming as Elvis at age 4 in
churches and community
events.
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celebration of the King of
Rock & Roll are on sale now
and can be purchased at the
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Highway 1.
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*Marine Discovery Center:
Mosquito Lagoon eco-tours and
kayak tours and rentals are
available daily from the Marine
Discovery Center, 116 N.
Causeway, New Smyrna Beach.
For times, call (386) 428-4828.
*Peninsula Woman's Club: A
luncheon followed by bridge or
canasta will be held from 11
a.m. to 3 p.m., Thursdays, at
415 S. Peninsula Drive, Daytona
Beach. The cost is $10. For
more information, call (386)
760-0487.
*Piggotte Community
Center: Cards and game
playing is held from 1-3 p.m.
each Monday and Thursday at
the center. There is no cost.


Participants can bring their
cards and games.
*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 informa-
tion, call (386) 761-7633.
*Scabble Club: The Port
Orange Regional Library will
hold Scrabble Club at 10 a.m.
each Monday, at 1005 City
Center Circle. For more
information, call (386) 322-
5152, Ext 2.
*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 nonmem-
bers 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 nonmembers. The Sica Hall
Senior Center is located at 1065
Daytona Ave., Holly Hill. For
more information, call (386)
236-2997
*Super Singles of Florida: A
dance is held from 8-11:00
p.m. each Wednesday at the
Eagles Club, 190 S. Nova Road,
Ormond Beach. Music is
provided by Jim &Vicki of Mr.


DJ. Entertainment The cost is
$5 for members and $7 for
non-members. Participants
must be single. For more
information, call (386) 736-
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Darlini 15308@yahoo.com.
*Teen art group: The Port
Orange Regional Library will
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p.m., each Friday at 1005 City
Center Circle. This program is
completelyteen run in
conjunction with a knowledge-
able college student. Learn to
draw animals, manga, still life
and other art forms. Participants
should bring their own art
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Celebrate the New Year with an Italian treat


Hello, smart shoppers.
Hope you had a
wonderful, blessed
Christmas and Hanukkah.
A reader e-mailed thank-
ing me for this recipe her
grandmother used to make.
I'm writing on Dec. 14; how
strange to write about the
NewYear when we haven't
had Christmas.
Let's ring in year 2010!
Here are a couple of New
Year's traditions. Up north,
eat a piece of pickled
herring at midnight and
touch a dollar bill. Symboli-
cally, may there always be
food on the table and
money in your pocket.
Here in the south, you
must eat pork and black-
eyed peas on NewYear's
Day.
I can remember New
Year's eve being a celebra-
tion where we made as
much noise as possible at


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midnight. I have some
noisemakers from my
parents, given to them by
my dad's parents, that date
back almost 100 years,
wooden handles and all. No
cut fingers from sharp
metal, that's for sure.
To me, it's a capital sin to
be sleeping at midnight. I
used to wake my kids up
just to make noise. Silly?
Childish? Maybe so, but I
hope to never lose that
excitement.
Resolve to love one
another more. Don't think
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tribute to mamma, my
paternal grandmother. For
New Years she made
"cookies," not regular
cookies but special Italian
treats coated with honey
and topped with colored
candy sprinkles.
Many of you are familiar
with Strufoli (honey clus-
ters), but her other specialty
I bet you've never heard of.
Tordillo, made with olive oil
and wine, was everyone's
favorite. When I finally
decided to make them, I
kept hearing mamma
saying, "you have to feel
when it's right." Back my
memory went to when I was
17 and "I remembered
mamma." I asked for the
recipe and mamma said in
her delightful Italian accent,
"you come over and we do it
together."
What I thought was going
to be very easy turned out to
be a bit of a fiasco when I
kept questioning mamma's
instructions. Here's how it
went while making the
tordillos.
Mamma: Dump flour on
the board.
Me: How much flour?
Mamma: "This much,"
she said as she pointed.
"Make a hole in the center
of the flour and pour in 1
glass of wine and 1/2 glass
oil."
Me: "What size glass?"
Wouldn't you know I meant
how many ounces?
Mamma didn't. As her


voice started to rise, she
held up the glass and
shouted, "This size! Now
mix it all together until it
feels right," she said,
determined to go on.
At that point I just
couldn't resist and asked,
"What does right feel like?"
Well, she threw her hands
up in desperation and said,
"Don't say another word,
you ask too many questions;
watch what I do and DO it."
In most traditional
cooking, you have to feel
when it's right. I've taken
that "feel" and tried to put it
into measurements for you
in all family recipes I have
written. While making these
cookies, I think I really
learned what "right" feels
like as "I remembered
mamma."
Enjoy. See you next year!
TORDILLO (NIB)
The wine used for these
cookies was muscatel. If you
can't find it, use a slightly
sweet white wine or a dry
white wine. such as chablis
or Chardonnay, mixed with
1 teaspoon of sugar.
4 cups all purpose flour
1/2-cup extra virgin olive
oil, warmed slightly in the
microwave
3/4-cup wine
Canola oil, enough to fill
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Royal Caribbean 'built incredible' with Oasis of the Seas
Editor's note: This is the large living room area with of the cafks and suddenly fare and desserts. Bolero's Comedy Live ha
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All Royal Caribbean
commercials said, "We
uild incredible" and
they did with the Oasis of
the Seas.
My first day was busy
looking at the different room
category staterooms. There
are so many options for
staterooms. There are 12
suite categories, 13 balcony
categories, five ocean-view
categories and six inside
categories.
I was most impressed with
the Aquatheater suites.
These suites jet out the back
of the ship on either side of
the Aquatheater, are two
bedrooms/two baths and
can accommodate up to
eight passengers. It has a


both the ocean on the rear
and side, as well as the end
of the Boardwalk and
Aquatheater. There is plenty
of room for families or a
group of friends to gather.
The public rooms were
many and with varying
themes. One of my personal
favorites of all Royal
Caribbean ships is the
Schooner Bar and this was
no exception. It's located on
deck 6, above the guest
services and opens to
overlook the Royal Prome-
nade. The piano player,
Peter, was excellent.
My new favorite would be
Dazzles, although no time to
enjoy the music and dance
there, the d6cor was gor-
geous with its champagne-


colored crushed velvet
chairs and banquettes,
mirrors and incredible
chandeliers hanging above
the winding glass stairways
leading to the balcony area
overlooking the dance floor.
When you walk in there you
would expect to see Fred
and Ginger gliding across
the floor.
As with the Voyager and
Freedom class ships, you
will find the Royal Prome-
nade the place to be,
especially in the evenings
where you might be strolling
along or sitting outside one


crews from the various
theater groups are dancing
in the streets and mostly
everyone starts dancing.
Well, I did, along with a few
hundred other folks. It was a
fun place to be.
I cannot go into detail
about each of the venues,
because there are so many,
and because I was unable to
experience them all in two
days. I will, however, give a
synopsis of the many venues
you might experience
aboard the Oasis.
Also located along the
Royal Promenade you will
find Sorrento's, a place for
pizza almost anytime of the
day into the wee hours of
the morning, as well as Cafe
Promenade for coffee, light


to-the-minute sports and
news, but also forWii games
and trivia. Globe and Atlas
Pub, which sports Atlas
holding up the globe high
above the entrance and
another Royal Caribbean
first, the Rising Tides bar
which, floats from deck five
to eight. When the bar is on
eight, there is a water light
show where it would park on
deck five.
Jazz on 4 sports a soft
d6cor and feels reminiscent
of the clubs of old.
Blaze, on the other hand,
is wild with colors, with
dungeon-like walls sur-
rounding the dance floor.
This, of course, is the
nightclub for those who love
to dance through the night.


as the look
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enjoy the comedians;
however those we met later
said it was very funny.
The main show room is
the Opal Theater where we
were thrilled with "Abba-
cadabra" and "Hairspray,"
both great shows.
Studio B is the ice skating
rink, where we were enter-
tained with an ice show
featuring the works of Hans
Christian Anderson' it was
fantastic.
The Aquatheater show
was not until 9 p.m. and 11
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From page B6
1-1/2 tablespoons sugar
Multi-colored candy
sprinkles

Using the dough hook on
your electric mixer or food
processor, mix first three
ingredients together. Place
dough on cutting board and
knead for about 5 minutes
until smooth and silky.
Break off small pieces of
dough and roll into a cylinder
about 1/2-inch wide and 2-
inches long. Place thumb (or
3 fingers) in center of cylinder
and press dough down firmly
as you push forward then
towards you, causing the
cylinder to curl and look
somewhat like a seashell.
Fry cookies a few at a time
until golden. Drain on paper
towels.
In medium saucepan,
bring honey and sugar to a
boil, lower heat and simmer
for 5 minutes. Add cookies a
few at a time, turn to coat.
Remove to platter with a
slotted spoon. Dust with
sprinkles.


Note: Cookies can be made,
fried and stored in an airtight
container for weeks. Glaze the
day you're ready to serve.

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ask a new user
what they want to learn
about their computer is,
"I want to learn how to
download."
Of all the things people
can do with their
machines, downloading
seems to be a concept
that's shrouded in mys-
tery.
We hear about it all the
time, "just go to
www.whatever.com and
download your copy
today." or "I just down-
loaded an update to my
anti-virus software; my
machine should be well-
protected now."
What exactly do they
mean by downloading?
How come no one ever
explains it?
Well, it's one of those
concepts that, for the
most part, is 90 percent
automatic. That's why
there isn't much written
about it for the end user.
Let me explain. When-
ever you visit a Web site,
any picture, sound, text,
etc., displayed is stored
on the computer that
hosts it. When you access
the Web site, all of that
stuff is transferred from
their computer down to
yours, so it can be dis-
played. Since this transfer
is going from the Web site
down to your computer,
the data is said to be
downloading.
So, basically, every time


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you access aWeb site, you
are automatically down-
loading lots of stuff.
The direction the data
flows is what makes the
difference between
downloading and upload-
ing.
Data that comes down
from the 'net to your
machine is considered
downloaded, while data
that leaves your comput-
er and goes up to the 'net
is considered "uploaded."
When you send your
mail, the data goes from
your computer up to the
mail server; it's uploaded.
When you get your mail,
it comes down from the
mail server; it's down-
loaded.
Now when typical stuff
is downloaded from aWeb
site, it's usually displayed
as being downloaded
(back in the days of
dialup, the pictures
would seem to slowly
form before your eyes).
The confusion about
downloading comes from
those times when the file
you are trying to access is
something other than a
file that can be displayed
as it comes in. In these
cases, you have to save
the file to disk and then
access the file manually.


This isn't as complicat-
ed as it may first seem.
When you encounter a
file like that, typically a
"save as" dialogue box
opens and the computer
wants to know where on
your computer you want
to save the file.
This is logical; the
machine needs a place to
store it as it comes in.
Save it to the desktop or
create a folder specifically
for it on the hard drive
but, regardless of where
you save it, you need to
note what folder it is
being saved in and what
the file is named. That
way, after the download is
complete, you can use
that to navigate to that
folder and double-click
the newly downloaded
file.
The next thing that
tends to cause confusion
is what happens when
you download something
that your machine doesn't
know how to open. For
instance, say you just
downloaded a .pdf file
but you have no .pdf
reader installed on your
computer.
When you go to open it,
the computer displays a
message asking you what
program to use! This can
be very intimidating if
you don't understand the
message but you know
what? The download
worked fine!
The file did indeed
transfer from the internet


down to the computer,
the computer just doesn't
know what to do with it
and is relying on you to
tell it what program to
use.
Not sure what program
to use? Here's a hint: take
the three-letter extension
(in this example .pdf) and
search on google for
"what program opens
.pdf." Google will then
come up with a list of
what programs will open
your file.
Another area of confu-
sion comes from things
that automatically
downloaded, things such
as anti-virus or Windows
updates are often down-
loaded in the background
so there is usually little (if
anything) that you have
to do but, since everyone
knows how important
updates are, people can
get stuck trying to figure
out how to download
things that are already
taken care of.
The trick there is
learning how to verify
automatic downloads
worked the way they are
supposed to have.
Well, that's download-
ing in a nutshell. Have a
merry Christmas and I
hope this helps!

Sean McCarthy fixes
computers. He can be
reached at (772) 408-0680
or
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Is it a fond childhood memory or just another fish tale?


OK, here we go. You have
time off from work and
the kids are out of
school.
Fishing trip!
Granted you will need to be
persuasive to get the young-
sters to put down their new
video games, but the weather
is great, the insects are
dormant and nature is
waiting all around us.
At this point, I would ask
each and every one of you to
pause for a moment and
allow your mind to wander
back to your first fishing
memory.
It was not difficult to
summon up, was it?
If it meant enough for you
to carry with you this long,
surely you would not deny
your children or grandchil-
dren the same experience.
As you searched your
memory, I was right there
with you, but my first fishing
memory is not actually a


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memory at all.
It is one of those stories
from our youth that we have
all heard repeated so many
times we only think it to be a
memory.
At age 4 or 5, my grandfa-
ther (who was no fisherman)
asked me to ride with him
into town in his big old Buick
with the twin side mount
spare tires.
On the way, I spotted a
large puddle left from the
previous night's rain. The way
the story goes, I pestered the
old man until my gramps
pulled over. He rigged a piece
of twine onto a stick (no
hook) and allowed me to fish
in the rainwater until I was


satiated.
After some time, my mom
and dad came by in their '49
Plymouth and got a good
laugh from the sight of
grandpa sitting, forlornly, on
the running board of the
Buick.
As I said, my gramps did
not like to fish, but he did like
kids.
My own son, Landan, who
now teaches middle school,
began fishing when he was
around 3 years old. We would
take him onto the pier
beneath the Granada Bridge
where he could catch sailor's
choice, catfish and other
assorted bait snatchers.
For some unknown reason,
he declared that each one was
a ratfish. Some were mommy
ratfish, some were daddy
ratfish, but all were designat-
ed ratfish. He was fast to point
out to any passerby that he
had just landed a ratfish. I am
not sure if that is a good


memory for him, but it is a
great one for me.
My daughter Shayla has
fished since she was old
enough to hold her Snoopy
pole. These days the same
Snoopy pole, which is now
nearing 30 years old, is in the
capable hands of her 6-year-
old daughter Delayna.
She is by far the most
serious of all the Smith
fishermen and insists that I
practice catch and release.
When I have the nerve to
suggest that one of my
catches might be good for
dinner her stock reply is:
"Heartless!"
Delayna shows much more
potential than her old
grandpa did as a kid.
At this point, she has
caught six species including a
dogfish and an eel and as my
wife, Lana points out, is much
too smart to fish in a rain
puddle without a hook.
I hope everyone will take


advantage of this great family
time of year to get a bag of
shrimp or box of worms and
take the kids to a nearby
stream or pond. Just watch
their eyes light up when they
get a bite. Who knows, you
may even re-kindle that old
excitement within yourself.
Merry Christmas and happy


holidays to all.
Dan Smith has fished the
waters ofVolusia County for
more than 40years. E-mail
questions and comments to
apesl23@mybluelight.com.
His book, "ISwear the Snook
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Holiday wishes and a golf song


Merry Christmas!
Happy Hanukkah!
Happy Kwanzaa!
Whatever your religious
belief, I want to wish you and
yours the very best this
holiday season.
I love this time of year. It's a
time for families to be
together and a time for love
and harmony. I just wish it
would cool off enough to
"feel" like the holiday season.
Something about shorts on
Christmas day while cooking
on the grill just doesn't feel
right to me.
As in many years past, we
have friends, family, neigh-
bors and even ourselves who
maybe celebrating this
holiday season with a loved
one at war overseas. Keep
them in your thoughts and
prayers, and set a seat aside at
your table so that everyone
will remember the sacrifice
those men and women are
making for us.
Take the time to tell your
loved ones that you love
them. Take a moment to say
hello to a stranger. It's the


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time of year where we all need
to be more human, more kind
and caring.
My favorite Christmas song
is "Happy Christmas" by the
late John Lennon. I hope you
enjoy my "golf" version. It's
my gift to all of you. God bless
and happy holidays to all.
"Happy Golfmas"
So this is Golfmas
And what have you done
That easy par-4 is over
The tough par-5 just
begun
And so this is Golfmas
I hope you have fun
All fairways and birdies
Playing with old and the
young
A very merry Golfmas
And a happy New Year


Let's hope for a good one
No more laying up in
fear
And so this is Golfmas
Long drives for weak and
for strong
Equipment for rich and
for poor ones
Bad shots are so wrong
And so happy Golfmas
From black and from
white
From yellow tees and red
ones
Hope your drives will
not slice
A very merry Golfmas
And a Happy New Year
Let's hope for a good one
No more 3-putting from
fear
And so this is Golfmas
And what have you done
Another round over
And a new one just
begun
And so this is Golfmas
I hope you have fun
Play with a near and a
dear one
Someone old and one
young
A very merry Golfmas


No storms and bad
times
Only joy and low scores
And now I've run out of
rhymes.
Have a happy, happy
Golfmas, and Merry
Christmas, too. May all
your rounds be merry and
may your God bless you,
too
James Stammer has been an
avidgolfer and golf enthusiast
for 30 years. He hosts the
Tuesday Night Golf Show on
WPSL 1590-AM radio station.
Contact him at
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Oasis
From page B7

p.m. on our last evening and
there were technical difficul-


ties with the start. We
watched the show on the in-
room television; wish we
stayed, it looked fabulous.
The classic Viking Crown
Lounge is a signature of
every Royal Caribbean ship


and this was no different,
however it is not 360-
degrees around, it sits high
above the ship in front of the
Crown Loft Suites. It is a
quiet lounge and connects
on one side to the Pinnacle


Chapel and on the other to
the Pinnacle Lounge, which
can be used for private
functions.
Do not let anyone tell
you that this ship is too
big, because when you


have something to fit
everyone's style without
the feel of a large ship, is it
really too big?
Running out of room
again. Tune in next week
for my final article on this


incredible ship.
Patty Toppa is a travel
consultant with Gadabout
Travel. She can be reached
at patty@cruisetravel-
tours.com or www.cruise-
traveltours.com.


When you have the need for speed, the Emergency Departments at Florida Hospital
Memorial Medical Center and Florda Hospital Oceanside can get you in and out in a hurry!
Regardless of your ailment or condition, we already guarantee you'll be tnaged in five
minutes or less. And now, if your emergency is something minor, such as an earache,
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hospital care and still get you out in less than 60 minutes.

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:greetings


I WISHING YOU A WONDERFUL HOLIDAY SEASON '
Jose Amengual i
BEDMEN |
i Providing the lowest priced, quality mattresses in the area!
CHRISTMAS MATTRESS SALE! CIA
Buy any mattress at our regular low price and get *
I an in-store gift certificate for $100. I0
* Use it yourself or give it as a gift to anyone.
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I Tues- Fri: 10am 6 pm Sat: 1Oam 5 pm


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NEW MEDICAL CAREER O
One Week in January = a new job in February

Linda and Sal Lomonaco wish you i,.-
Merry Christmas and l
A Prosperous New Year

Med-Skills Learning Center LLC
Daytona Beach 386-254-8288 x7 7


greetings


During this season our
thoughts turn gratefully to those
who have made our progress possible.
One of the real joys of the Holiday Season
the opportunity to say "Thank You" and
to wish you the very best for the New Year.

C( -HBUCCFS BELLA GARDENS, LLC,
386-366-2550
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greetings


Shore West Realty extends warm wishes to your
(. & yours For a most Joyous Holiday Season &
A very Prosperous New Year! ( O
l Shawn & Gale Matthews, want to thank you for your support
& look forward to providing you the best customer service in
the area! Thank you for choosing our company, we look for-
t h a ward to your continued patronage!
SHORE WEST REALTY SALES & MANAGEMENT
. 200 FOREST LAKE BLVD. SUITE 1, DAYTONA
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, TO OUR VALLiED READERS & ADVERTISERS
Thank tou lor supporting our newspapers and making ihem ihe
best read newspapers in our comninnisies
Ve look forward to providing you with the best customer service in the area'
Happy Holidays & A Prosperous New Year To All!
HOMETOWN NEWS- Classified Dept.
Pat Snyder, Carol Deprey-Zelenak, Anna Vasquez, Christine lannoi, I
Eileen Huneycutt, Lucy Campagno, Amanda Green, & Lora Uber


In accordance with the
provisions of the Self
Storage Facility Act (FL
Statutes 83.801-83.809),
A Treasure Chest
Storage hereby gives
notice of sale under said
act to: Mark Cooksey,
1530-15A Pine Ave, Holly
Hill, FL 32117 (personal
property), Steven Sturgill,
1530-35 Pine Ave. Holly
Hill, FL 32117 (personal
property). Your storage
rent is in arrears and your
personal property will be
sold at public sale to
satisfy storage fees and
expenses. Sale will be
hold on Tuesday,
January 12, 2010,
2:30pm at: 1530 Pine
Ave, Holly Hill, FL 32117
Pubs: Dec 25, 2009 &
Jan 1, 2010




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Prompt Service. 800-
338-6724
GUNS wanted collector
paying top dollar. Marlin
Colt, S & W, Winchester,
Drillings, Luger, Gatling
Doubles and other fine
guns. 772-528-7020
capnball@bellsouth.net


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. Four tickets to
the Florida State West
Virginia Gator Bowl. Call
352-347-4470.
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ANTIQUE FAIR Sat. Dec
26, 2009; 8am downtown
Arcadia, W. Oak St. For
Booth space & info.
863-993-5105 / 993-1838
Plus 24 Antique Shops in
four blocks. Look for our
Chocolate Festival, Feb
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ANTIQUE Faux Fireplace
with logs, electric, off-
white, 44" high x 48"
wide x 14" deep. $250.
Call 386-756-1474.
COUNTRY ANTIQUE
Show, New Years Day
10am 2pm, The Arbor
Banquet Hall, Downtown
Arcadia 863-494-9311


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SETTLE ESTATE (Ohio)
7 foot Grandfather Clock;
Barwich Player Piano;
1917 Alolian Pianola
#46093 with rolls; Secre-
tarial Oak Desk; Gateleaf
Mahogany Table; Oak
Tea Cart. All in exc. con-
dition,386-756-0122. If no
answer, please call back.


BUYING- TOP DOLLAR!
for firearms, militaria,
jewelry & diamonds,
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AMP, BASS amp, in ex-
cellent condition Peavy
TNT 115, $200 obo
386-763-1889
ANIMATED SANTA, Ig
sleeping/ snoring $25,
table cloth, lace, good
cond, $30, 386-760-5453
BEDS, 2 twin w/ frames,
excellent cond. $150
cash. toaster oven on
stand $50 386-760-2562
BIKE, GIRLS 20" 5
speed mnt bike upgraded
seat, low mileage $30
386-423-3474
BIKE, NEVER ridden
S-30 Schwinn mntn bike
w. helmet & water bottle
$125 386-6762727
BOAT, INFLATABLE,
fits 6 people, w/ oars
motor mountpump, $175
386-322-2309
BOOK, X-RAY position
books, 3 volume set, ex-
cellent condition, $19
386-236-8827 VOL
CAMERAS, digital
complete $20, 2- 35mm
in box, $10 ea or $30 for
all, 386-760-2514 VOL
CANOE 15' with acces-
sories $150, new 4 wheel
folding grocery cart $15.
386-673-8214
CAR STEREO, brand
new in box, $50, old
police badge, $20
386-423-9669 VOL


CHAIRS, 2, dark wicker,
$25 each 386-383-7579
CHRISTMAS DECORA-
TIONS, big box only $5
dollars, 386-852-5143
CHRISTMAS TREE, 6',
white, pre-lite out door,
$50, 386-304-9120
CLOCK, REGULATOR,
30 day, $45, 8 day
cuckoo clock $95
386-672-9982 VOL
COFFEE TABLE,
beveled edge,glass top
antique brass base, as
new, $50, 386-801-1136
COLOR TELEVISION by
Broksonic, 19" screen,
great picture, no remote,
25 cash. 386-761-0808.
DEEP FRYER, camp
Chef $65, dog kennel
12x12, you remove chain
link $85 386-615-0506
DINETTE SET, 2 person
bistro type, fold down
leafs, beige, never used
$175, 386-304-9080
DINETTE SET, oval
shaped white wash color,
4 chairs, $100
386-428-9771 VOL
DOORS, Set of French
doors, 78.5"x30", very
Stood cond, w/ hinges,
200, 386-481-8990
EXERCISE MACHINE,
Golds Gym Power Axis,
like new cond, 1 year old
$200, 386-345-3452
EXTERNAL Hard Drives
(2), 1.5TB, new, $100/ea.
386-427-4663; 690-5152
FREEZER, KENMORE,
Upright, 5 cu. ft. cash
and carry, asking $100,
386-478-0229
GOLF CLUBS, w/ bag,
head covers and extras,
$135, 386-682-9697
GOLF, LEFT hand, like
new McGregor Battle-
sticks, $90, ZBall Putter,
$50, 386-761-8127
GUITAR- BROOKVILLE
amp, frontman by Fen-
den, $150 firm
386-290-0900
HAIR DRYER, Conair, 2
speed folding, with cool
shot, dual voltage for
travel, $25 386-767-9835
HOT POINT, smooth top
range, with vent hood,
$199 386-290-2221 VOL


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HOT TUB, 2 person, 125
gal, 110 v power $200
good condition
386-672-3814
I-ROBOT Vacuum, 4230,
remote scheduler, robotic
vacuum needs $70 bat-
teries, $30 386-761-2817
JOINTERI PLANER,
Sears, 6 1/8", cast iron
on casters, $185.
772-597-1947
LADDER, 6', $20; fold-
up card table, $10 or will
trade both items for 26"
ladies bike.386-290-8433
LIGHT FIXTURES, 4,
florescent, 4' long, com-
plete with bulbs, all for
$50, 386-409-0351
MATTRESS & box
spring, King, firm, like
new, cost $1100 selling
for $80, 386-761-5383
MATTRESS & box
springs King and queen,
clean, $175
386-307-1959
MEAT GRINDER, by
Waring Pro. All attach-
ments. Used twice $40.
386-322-2666
MEN'S GOLF CLUBS &
Bag, $60; Women's Full
Set of Golf Clubs & Bag,
$75. 386-756-3333.

MENS BLAZER size
44-46. $50. Large golf
shirts, $3. 386-492-6553
MENS WATCH New cost
$795. Asking $200. For
more information call
386-761-8809
MINI DISC player, model
MOS- JESIO w. auto
load & remote, $100
386-760-7228 VOL
MOWER, 5 HP, high
wheel, $125, weed eater
straight shaft, $75
386-663-4228 VOL
NURSED UNIFORMS (2)
Medium, good cond. Not
white. $20. 386-427-4563
OFFICE CHAIR, Nearly
new white upholstered,
No tears or marks. $39,
386-295-0343
ORGAN, ELECTRIC,
'Entertainer', $50,
386-383-0133 VOL
PLAY YARD, large, good
condition, $45 firm,
386-761-8454



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PRINTER, CANON, ex-
cellent cond, w/ I Mac
photoshop instruction
book, $25 386-676-1363
PROP SS Mercury 4
blade 18 pitch & 3 blade
14 pitch, same price,
$150, 386-428-9661
REFRIGERATOR, used,
works good, ideal for hol-
idays, $50, 386-852-6325

ROPER, WHITE, side by
side, works great $150,
convection oven, $50
386-615-7676 VOL
SEWING MACHINE,
antique, westinghouse,
good condition, w/ table
$200, 971-863-3071 vol
SHRIMP NETS, 4, all for
$60, 386-295-4714
SKI OUTFITS, XL & L,
includes boots $100,
wheelchair, $100
386-677-2330 VOL
SOFA, GREAT condi-
tion, cream color back-
ground $125
386-441-2145
SOFT TOP for Jeep CJ-
7, Bestop Soft Top,
Wrangler, like new, gray,
$200, 386-253-8435
SOLITAIRE RING, La-
dies, 14K white gold 1/2
caret diamond, round,
$200, 386-295-3449
STEREO, w/ turntable
am/fm, cassette player, 2
speakers, $175
386-428-2596 VOL
TABLE, BISTRO w/ 2
chairs, no rust, must see,
$35 386-423-5626
TABLE, CLAWED feet,
mahogany $175
386-523-5091
TABLE, PATIO, 38x60
glass top, 6 chairs, full
cushions, alum. frames,
$65 386-672-4671
TELESCOPE 470xJason
See moon creators $40
shortwave multi-band
radio $40 386-788-5295
TOOL BOX, 4 drawer
Craftsman, $75, 12" tv
DVD combo, $35
386-478-3758
TRUNK, Vintage wooden
great for storage of many
items $50, 386-255-3446
TV, 25" Magnovox,
excellent picture, remote
included, light use, $45
386-424-6170 VOL
TV, COLOR, 16" w/
remote, good working
cond. $30 386-673-4398
TYPEWRITER, SMITH
Corona Secretarial 76
space-o-matic, $50
386-671-2676 VOL
VILLAGE, GRANDEUR
Noel, victorian village,
$40, 5 cars train set $20
386-671-6244 VOL
WEDDING DRESS, pe-
tite size, very elegant, no
trail, not very old, $35,
386-316-4492 VOL


LEVIN HOMECARE
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IS NOW OPEN IN
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Bath Visits, Hourly,
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WEIGHT BENCH, weight
lifters bench, brand new
never used, good quality
$150 386-756-1739
WELDING & Cutting Kit
w/ portable tanks, all
attachments incl. in case
$200, 386-423-2646
WET SUITE Ripcurl, full
suit size 8 $70, never
used, 386-672-1187
X-BOX 360 game, Leg-
ends of Wrestle Mania,
brand new in wrapper,
$15, 386-767-4239




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MINK COAT, $1500;
sequined jacket, $150;
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WOMEN SIZE 16 and
mens large & extra large
clothing. Shirts, jackets,
pants, blazers $2 & up
and Xmas 386-492-6553



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new, still in box, $250.
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VENDING MACHINE by
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$275/obo. Must see.
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puppies, blk/white & red,
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parents on premises.
$500/obo. 386-767-3369.
CAT, adult, female, solid
black, loving & affectio-
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386-671-0173
COCKATIELS
White, Lutinos, Pearl &
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$800/ea. 386-747-4994.
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Tools: drill press, grinder,
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fish finder-up to $75/item;
2 fans new in boxes,
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Cedar Hope Chest, $200;
Cooler: heats & chills,
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*.AH IE DAYTONA BEACH, view
EN ALO of marina, 2br/lba condo,
Pet Friendly, grnd fir., quiet, clean, effi-
People friendly! cient, non-smoker, good
Daily, Weekly, Studios & credit/background req.,
Efficiencies. Great Ocean no pets, 1 yr. lease, incl.
View! 400 South Atlantic w/s/g & cbl. $595/mo. +
Avenue, Daytona, FL. $595/sec. 386-212-9809.
Call 386-265-4904
DAYTONA BEACH: Lg 1
DAYTONA across from br, Off S Palmetto, New
Kitchen, Tile & Paint.
Daytona State, Embry $450/mo Modern Realty
Riddle, near mall. Con 386-253-7449
venient to all $350/mo.
No Pets. 386-323-7990 DAYTONA BEACHSIDE,
Riverside Condos. Walk
* i hto Beach! Nice river view!
2 br/2 ba, 2nd fir., 3
Daytona Beach 5bdrm pools, New carpet/paint/
home. minutes from refrig., incl. cable, $850/
International/95. Students mo. + sec., 386-615-1859
welcome.Rooms $440mo
or bi-wkly + $100 deposit. Free Week! 4 Locations.
Utilities, satellite TV, w/d Daytona Beach & Dayto-
incl. ALSO, Holly Hill na Beach Shores with
sharing 2bdrm house, gd. Oceanview. All utilities
loc., $125/wk or $500/mo included, furnished or
incls everything + Directv. unfurnished. Just Steps
386-527-4677; 523-8786 to Beach. 3 different size
units starting at $150
8I iA weekly & $625 monthly
Looking for long term ten-
ants No increase in rates
for Special Events
R*N| _* 386-322-8383 /767-7141
REMODELED
DAYTONA BEACH DAYTONA OCEANVIEW
lbr/lba, fresh paint, new furnished studio, carpet
flooring & appliances, floors, newer linens, incl
window A/C, includes as- all utilities, pool $550-599
signed parking & water, 2 Daytona Realty, Inc.
blocks from ocean, close 386-255-9937
to shopping. $495/mo. +
sec. Vito, 386-793-5575. DAYTONA- 1/1, Avail
12/15. First floor. Walk
to beach. No pets. $450
per month plus security,
includes water.
386-447-5699
DAYTONA BEACH Mt3864475699
Carmel Apts, 2/1's or N. DAYTONA BEACH-
3/1's, all appl. fenced in
yard & laundry rm. Rental Top floor, great view, ren-
assistance if qualified ted, 1/1.5, pool, spa,
386-255-5076 or TDD gym, dock, Very clean.
800-955-8771 No smoking
386-427-2980
LSS NEW SMYRNA BEACH
Direct Intercoastal w/
DAYTONA BEACH Cen- waterviews. 2/2+ den
tral Manor Apts serving w/sofabed. Scrn patio.
adults 62+ or mobility Fully furn, Short walk to
impaired. 1br/1ba. beach. Gated comm, In-
Income based rent. EOH let Marina Villa. Pool,
Handicap accessible Tennis, $2300/mo Sea-
386-255-2622 TTY sonal, long term lease
1-800-955-8771 avail, Call 386-478-9038


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white, loaded, auto, 4dr,
4cyl, 180K mi., runs/looks
good, reliable & cheap,
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Model 2350, full Bayliner
pkg. + many extras. Kar-
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NEW SMYRNA BEACH
Beachside, 2-br/1-ba, 50'
x183' wooded corner lot.
Remodeled. C/H/A, tile
fls, walk to beach, owner.
$165,000, 407-859-0486.

PALM COAST 3bd/2ba,
2 Pershing Lane. Large
corner lot, fenced yard.
$139,900. Call Realty
Atlantic 386-503-0416




ORMOND BEACH
3 bedroom/2.5 bath, fire-
place, brick courtyard, will
consider lease back.
Principals only. $118,900.
386-290-8433.




GRANTIVALKARIA:
Two lots, each over one
acre, $65,000/ea; 350'
lake front lot $95,000
OBO 321-205-3503




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an Adult Park From
$29,995 Call Carolyn for
move in specials like $99
Lot Rental at
321-806-1240

EDGEWATER: Magnolia
Village 55+, 2br/2ba on Ig
lot, over 1600sf., sound
system, "storm" safe
house, screened porch,
shop, cen. heat/air, inside
laundry with W/D, fur-
nished. Many Ammeni-
ties. $70,000/ obo. Call
Sharon at Ocean Breeze
Properties. 386-314-7826
See photo online at
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NEW SMYRNA, on the
Beach Walkway. 1/1
furnished, newly redone,
all utilities including cable
/internet access $250
weekly, long term.
386-689-2886
ORMOND BEACH, 1 rm
garage efficiency, 30x30,
fully furn., full kitch. $525/
mo.,lst/last/sec. Incl. cbl/
water/elec. Suitable for 1
person. 386-673-1062.
Port Orange Villagio at
the Lakes! Gated Luxury
3bd/2ba, w/d, cable, pool,
spa,gym. $1150mo. 386-
428-6988; 781-413-6156
S. DAYTONA BEACH-
Oceanfront studio, great
view, renovated 3rd floor,
tiled, step in shower, in-
cludes cable & utilities
386-427-2980



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





RENT l lO
Daytona Beach Direct
Riverfront 3bd/2ba (River
house) all updated $1000
/mo. + security Water &
pest incl. (386)304-1419
or (386)341-5929
DAYTONA BEACH 107
Westwood Drive. Pine
Lakes subdivision. $1100
3-br/2-ba all appliances.
Hurricane shutters.
Screened inground pool
privacy fence. 2 car
garage. 828-667-8355


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MUSTANG GT, '02, auto,
silver/gray, leather int.,
garage kept, like new.
18,500 mi. Non-smoker.
$11,500. 386-734-5244.
NISSAN MAXIMA GLE,
'00, champagne, Ithr, new
tires & brakes, sunroof,
all power, 79,898 miles,
$8,000. 386-734-5244.



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Village 55+, 2br/2ba on Ig
lot, over 1600sf., sound
system, "storm" safe
house, screened porch,
shop, cen. heat/air, inside
laundry with W/D, fur-
nished. Many Ammeni-
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Sharon at Ocean Breeze
Properties. 386-314-7826
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Daytona Beach 2bd/2ba,
Spectacular river + ocean
views,balcony, beachside
location. Pool, gym, etc.
$1095/mo. 386-527-4677
Daytona Beach Shores.
Beautiful Ocean View!
2bdrm+computer room,
1bath, parking, $795/mo.
inclds water. No pets.
386-788-6063 / 248-1076
DAYTONA BEACHSIDE
Chalet 1BR, fully furn.,
newly decorated, fire-
place, No Pets/Smoking
2 Free steak dinners
upon signing lease.
$730/mo 386-253-5487
DAYTONA Beachside
Adorable, 2br/lba, 1 blk
from beach, incl. W/D, Ig.
yard, outdoor shower,
$950/mo. 386-846-3015
DAYTONA- 2-br/1-ba
1-car garage. Fenced
in backyard. 1148
Clearwater Rd. $700/mo
Utilities not inc. Section 8
welcome 1-386-675-3913
HOLLY HILL- 830 State
Ave, 3/2 with screened
porch + bedroom studio,
$950/mo + deposit
386-492-9000 or
516-359-1120
NEW SMYRNA BEACH,
1307 Magnolia Street,
2br/2ba, laundry room in
garage, fenced backyard,
850/mo. 904-821-5576.
NEW SMYRNA Beach-
side, walk to beach, 3 br/
2 ba, fully renovated,
screened lanai, inside
W/D, carport, storage
shed, $1,000/ mo., 1st +
security 386-7610503.
NEW SYMRNA BEACH
$750/mo., 2 br/1.5 ba
house, cen. heat/air,great
rm, eat-in kitchen., attic
storage, 386-426-7901.
ORMOND BEACH -
2bedroom home, newly
painted in/out, new kitch.
cabinets w/dishwasher,
new carpet, fenced yard,
shed, w/d hookup in
garage. $775/mo. year
lease. 386-672-6987


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PORT ORANGE 3/3
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Best offer. Will Lease
with option. $52,900 Appt
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are $4000 per acre with
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cell# 912-269-9349
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Ormond Beach The
Trails. 3bd/2ba, dbl gar.,
1670 living sf., w/d, fplc.,
fridge, patio, comm. pool,
walk to shopping $975mo
Call 386-316-5618
ORMOND BEACHSIDE-
3/2 newer kitchen with
dishwasher, carpeted
floors, big dining/living
room, screened in patio,
fenced in yard $750 Ask
About Move In Specials
Daytona Realty Inc.
386-255-9937


ORMOND BY THE SEA
4bdrm/3bath, living room,
dining room, kitchen wall
appliances. 3car garage
w/openers, fenced yard,
sprinkler system, high-
end neighborhood.$1300/
month. First & Security
386-441-4100; 295-1830


ORMOND BY THE SEA
Near beach & shopping.
2BD/1BA, living room,
eat-in kitch., FL rm. utility
rm, W/D, fenced yard, pet
w/deposit. $675/month.
386-441-4100 / 295-1830
PORT ORANGE Willow
Run 3/2/2, new tile & car-
pet, fenced yard $850/
mo, FLS, small pet okay
386-788-2236 / 846-0240


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1-800-545-9475


PORT ORANGE: 3/2/2
porch, fenced backyard.
Excellent condition. Cen-
tral to shopping, schools,
SR434 & 1-95. $1095/mo
plus dep. 407-452-8680
or407-452-8681



DAYTONA BEACH
2/2/2- eat in kitchen,
newer fridge, carpet,
screened in patio, W/D,
comm pool $775 Ask
About Move In Specials
Daytona Realty, Inc.
386-255-9937
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


PORT ORANGE, Christ-
mas Special-Avail. Now!
2br/lba w/laundry, 5802
Spruce Creek, $650/mo.
386-295-4372/265-4670.



NORTH ORMOND US 1
12'x55' mobile home, 1br/
1ba, porch, central A/C,
clean & quiet adult park.
No pets. $525/mo.
386-677-5231.


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'07 HARLEY DAVIDSON
Softail Springer Classic,
black pearl, 4,500 mi.,
many extras, $13,900/
obo. 386-290-4831
CRATE HARLEY EVO,
Custom Built Softail, S&S
carb, 6-spd transmission,
old school look, lots of
chrome. 14K original mi.,
$6,500.386-690-0164.
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SCOOTER 2005 Verucci
blue 1400 miles. Great
gas mileage. Good cond
1000/obo 386-226-9850
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5 PC. PROF. Drum Set
pearl wh, 4 Paiste Sig.
symbols, high hats, 22'
kick. DW hardware. Incl.
road case. $4,990/obo
386-258-1254.
HAMMOND ELEGANT
XH272 Console Organ
mint condition, used only
in our home. $7,000/ obo.
386-338-1211.


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40 ACRES Off SR44 E.
of Deland. Substantially
high ground, hunting,
timbering,grazing income
$7800 per acre. Owner
Financing. 386-760-0708
ST LUCIE COUNTY
Bluefield Road. Nr Blue-
field Ranch Natural area.
(3200 acre site)20-106 ac
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HOLLY HILL: 244 Ridge-
wood, Ave, Office build-
ing, Free standing, Re-
modeled, full bath &
kitchen Approx 800sqft
Must see! $750/mo
386-255-5520/589-3620

WOW
HOLLY HILL: Retail or
Office, 1100 sqft, Nova
Rd, High visibility Lease
incentives by owner.
Great rates.
386-566-0422



DAYTONA BCH: 1200sf,
CHA, Zoned business
prof, Rear Parking. Sig-
nage Avail. $500/mo 532
N Ridgewood Ave Mod-
ern RE 386.253.7449

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TECHNICS Electric Pia-
no, Model KN200, exc.
cond. wall the bells &
whistles! Pd.$1,200, ask-
ing $300. 386-428-7202.



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NC MOUNTAINS
Top of the mountain!
10acres with great view,
very private, creek,
waterfalls & large public
lake nearby, $99,500.
Bank financing.
Call 1-866-789-8535
VIRGINIA MTNS- Below
mkt value sale! 5 acres
near stocked trout stream
& state park, $29,500,
must sell, Bank finan-
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timeshare today No
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www.sellatimeshare.com
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RENT WITH OPTION TO
BUY- South Daytona,
1609 South Segrave St
1500sf Free standing cor-
ner lot, Rent negotiable.
Elmer Real Estate
386-756-4774




NSB Quail Hollow, 55+,
all new! 2br/2ba, rent
furn. $675/mo. & 1st/last
/$200/sec. or buy $28K/
obo, Incl. water/pool/club
house. 386-427-9178
OCEANFRONT
DAYTONA BEACH
1br/1ba. Furnished or
unfurnished, jacuzzi tub,
balcony, pool. Recently
remodeled. Includes all
utilities. $765/mo. 1st/
last/sec. Will sell for
$62,000. 727-458-3477

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S DAYTONA: Nova/Bev-
ille, 600sqft Boat, Car,
RV Etc, 11'x1l' overhead
door. End of year special!
$295/mo incl electric
386-566-0422


REly IOW
S DAYTONA: Owner
Special! S Nova Rd 600,
900, 1200, 4000, 6750 or
8000sqft. Lease incen-
tives. Great Rates.
386-566-0422



PORT ORANGE, Land
for rent. Good for storing
boats, campers, trailers,
RV's, cars, etc. $50-$150
per month. 386-366-5356

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