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Shores proposes solar street


Rep. Hukill backs
concept

BY.JEANNE WILLARD
Staffwriter

DAYTONA BEACH
SHORES City leaders
hope Daytona Beach
Shores will be put on the


map as a prototype for
Florida cities using solar
energy if a proposal for a
solar street comes
through.
The city, in partnership
with Embry-Riddle Aero-
nautical University, is
investigating the feasibil-
ity of using solar energy
for lighting a street in the


heart of the new town
center, said Lili With-
elder, grants administra-
tor.
"This is a demonstra-
tion project," said Ms.
Withelder. "If it works, it
can be applicable to any
coastal community."
The proposal, written
by Hany Nakhla, assistant


professor, and Ray
Mankbadi, a professor at
Embry-Riddle, notes that
the Daytona Beach
Shores area is unique in
that it can access solar,
wind and ocean energy.
Utilization of such
renewable energy
sources would create
business opportunities


and promotes environ-
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Ms. Withelder said
Embry-Riddle will pro-
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develop the prototype for
a street that has not yet
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Haley Mitchell/staff photographer Haley Mitchell/staff photographer
Richard Moody looks one more time at his son's memorial sign before leaving the dedication cer- Richard. Moody and his wife, Yvonne, stand
eniony held Dec. 30. Mr.-Moody and his wife, Yvonne, recently made a donation to Hospice of with Hospice executive director Fran Davis in
Volusia/Flagler Care Center in Port Orange for the Marcus Moody Memorial Walk. The dedication front of the sign that leads to the nature path
ceremony was held on whatWould have been Marcus' 20th birthday: dedicated in memory of Marcus.


Hospice memorial walkway dedicated


Teen's memory
lives on
BY JEANNE WILLARD
Staff writer
PORT ORANGE Fami-
ly, friends and hospice offi-
cials gathered recently to
honor the memory of a Port
Orange teen's battle against
cancer, and to celebrate the


legacy created in his name.
On what would have been
his 20th birthday, the Mar-
cus Moody Memorial Walk-
way was dedicated Dec. 30
at Hospice of Volusia/Fla-
gler Care Center in Port
Orange.
When Marcus first com-
plained of pain in his knee
five years ago, his family
attributed it to a spill on his
skateboard.


When the 13-year-old's
pain didn't subside, doctors
visits and tests followed.
His parents, Richard and
Yvonne Moody, were
stunned when doctor's told
them there was .a tennis
ball-size tumor in Marcus'
hip.
"He was a perfectly
healthy kid," said Mr.
Moody, recalling his shock
and disbelief at the news.


That day marked the
beginning of a painful five-
year journey ending with
Marcus' death on Aug. 9,
2005.
During the five years Mar-
cus battled cancer, he
endured surgeries,
chemotherapy, radiation
and finally a stem-cell
transplant.
"Every year he would go
into remission," Mrs.


Moody said. But, the cancer
would always come back,
she said.
As away to honor Marcus'
memory, his parents com-
mitted a $100,000 gift to
name the memorial walk-
way.
"We are thrilled with their
generous and kind dona-
tion," said Fran Davis, exec-


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Haley Mitchell/staff photographer
Michelle Bauer of Port Orange works with Al, a loggerhead sea turtle, to rehabilitate him to
return to the ocean. Al is one of the turtles beached in early September, and he is the last
to move into the second stage of recovery.


Center still turning


the tide for injured turtles


BY JEANNE WILIARD
Staff writer

PONCE INLET -Al is sick.
His eyes are closed and he
barely stirs under the blanket
in his hospital bed.
But Al is not a typical
patient.
He's a 75-pound logger-


head sea turtle in rehabilita-
tion at the 'Marine Science
Center in Ponce Inlet.
He is one of 77 sick or
injured sea turtles brought to
the center over the past year.
Al was part of a group of
turtles that washed ashore
last September during a
"stranding event" along the


coast of Florida and Georgia,
said Michelle Bauer, sea tur-
tle rehabilitation coordina-
tor.
Scientists are not sure
what caused the turtles to
become acutely ill, but spec-
ulate that it might be an
unidentified neurotoxin, she
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Randy Barber/staff photographer
Cody Sawgrass, 16, of South Daytona, performs' a
dance for a crowd during the 19th Annual Native
American Festival at The Casements in Ormond
Beach. The event was sponsored by the city of
Ormond Beach Department of Leisure Services.


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* Have osteoarthritis (OA) of the knee or hip that required
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and involves up to 17 clinic visits. All study-related office
visits, medical evaluations, and study medication will be
provided to qualified study participants at no cost.

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Prayer breakfast
scheduled
The Ormond Beach
Leisure Services Depart-
ment and the Ormond
Beach Chapter of the
National Association for
the Advancement of Col-
ored People will sponsor
the ninth annual Dr. Mar-
tin Luther King Prayer
Breakfast, "Making the
Dream a Reality," at 9
a.m., Monday, Jan. 15, at
the South Ormond Neigh-
borhood Center, 176 Divi-
sion Ave.
The Rev. Parhis Gibson
of the historical New
Bethel African Methodist
Episcopal Church will be
the keynote speaker.
Musical quests will be the
New Bethel AME youth
choir.
The event is free to the
public.
For more information
and to make reservations,
call (386) 676-3231.

The Rev. Al Sharpton
to deliver keynote
address at Dr. Martin


year's Dr. Martin Luther
King Jr. Banquet, Satur-
day, at the Hilton Daytona
Beach Oceanfront.
This annual event com-
memorates the life and
legacy of Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr.
Noted for his provoca-
tive and progressive
thinking, the Rev. Sharp-
ton is recognized as one of
the leaders of the current
civil rights movement.
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quet, other events
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a.m., Monday, Jan. 15, fol-
lowed by a Commemora-


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Volunteers take
Jan. 15 to celebrate
King's message
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county
BY JILLIAN SMITH
Staff writer


-rvice at 11 a.m. On Jan. 15, many
ents will be held at Americans will celebrate
Chapel AME and remember the
, 580 George W. inspiring teachings of
i Blvd. Dr. Martin Luther King
ts cost $50 per per- Jr.
ir: banquet .tickets,_..- -..In honor of- the- holi-
86) 671-3401, for day, volunteers with the
ship information, United Way will be
6) 671-8023 and for working throughout
'morative March Volusia County to
nation, call (386) spread Dr. King's mes-
36. sage during a National
any additional Day of Service.
nation, call (386) Laura Zublionis, vol-.
67 or send an e- unteer center director
dabmlk@aol. com. for the United Way of
Volusia arid Flagler
commemorates Counties, said the day is
commemorates a chance for thousands
fe of Dr. Martin of residents to reach out
and help others.
other KingJr. "We are calling the
King Day of Service a
mna Beach Com- day on, not a day off,"
College invites the she said. "We will be
mity to an evening working on various proj-
lection featuring ects throughout the
ILK, A4 county to honor Dr.
King's dream."
Volunteers of all ages
CRUISES will be joining forces
with the Halifax Habitat
for Humanity and the
PACE Center for Girls to
s",., serve the local commu-
nity.
In Ormond Beach, vol-
unteers will work to
complete a community
board room and muse-
um at the PACE Center, a
school for girls ages 12
to 18 who have been
identified as dependent,
UTO PAINTING truant, runaway,
CIALIST ungovernable, delin-
Squent or in need of aca-
demic skills.
S "What is now the PACE
Center was once the
Maude Lawrence Rigby
School, which was built
in 1924 to provide edu-
cation to children who
d. Corner of 3rd & Nova could not attend sur-
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because of segregation,"
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facility in 2005, and
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Hospice: Care when

life is limited


More than a
physical process

BY JEANNE WILLARD
Staff writer

PORT ORANGE
When Richard and
Yvonne Moody needed
help caring for their son,
Marcus, in the last few
months of his life, they
turned to Hospice of
Volusia/Flagler County.
Although Marcus died
of cancer, hospice serves
patients with a variety of
life-limiting .illnesses,
said Fran Davis, execu-
tive director of the Port
Orange Care Center.
Another misconcep-
tion, Ms. Davis said, is
that hospice is only for
the elderly.
Marcus was 18 when
he needed the service,
and hospice cares for
children, teenagers and
young adults as well as
the elderly, she said.
The dying process is so
much more than just the
physical process. Hos-
pice provides medical,
emotional and spiritual
care to patients, she said.
"It's a spiritual jour-
ney," Ms. Davis said.
Hospice care is avail-
able in a home, hospital,
nursing home or one of
the hospice care centers
such as the 16-bed Port
Orange Care Center or
the New Smyrna Beach
Hospice House.
Both the care center
and hospice house are
designed to provide care
in a home-like setting.
The Hospice of Volu-
sia/Flagler is an affiliate


"The focus is on


living
fullest"'


life to its


Fran Davis
executive director,
Hospice of
Volusia/Flagler County
Port Orange Care Center

of the Halifax Communi-
ty Health Systems and
provides more services
than any other hospice
in the area, Ms. Davis
said.
Services are paid for
under Medicare, Medic-
aid and most private
insurance plans.
However, care is not
denied to patients
because of their inability
to pay, she said.
Hospice can also pro-
vide respite care, when
caregivers need a rest
from care giving, and
bereavement services for
family members.
Complimentary thera-
pies such as massage,
music and humor thera-
py can be incorporated
into the patient's treat-
ment.
Hospice care is unique
in that it's about choices
that allow people to live
out their final days the
way they want to, Ms.
Davis said.
"The focus is on living
life to its fullest."
For more information,
call Hospice of
Volusia/Flagler County at
(386) 322-4701.

Wtillard@hometown-
newsol.com


Haley Mitchell/staff photographer
Richard and Yvonne Moody tell some funny stories about their son, Marcus, after his
memorial service. Marcus died at the age of 19 from bone cancer. His family now lives in


Ellington.

Memorial
From page Al
utive director of Hospice of
Volusia/Flagler County.
The Moodys' extended
family and friends have also
supported the effort, Ms.
Davis said.
The idea of an outdoor
retreat where family could
pause and reflect came up
about five years ago, Ms.
Davis said, but it just never
happened until the Moody
family got the ball rolling.
Hospice cared for Marcus
at his home during his last
few months and he was
admitted to the care center
for a short time when he lost
the use of his legs.
One of the things that
struck the hospice staff was
how many friends Marcus
had.
"There was a parade of
people in to see him," Ms.
Davis said.
Young people were
spilling outside the building,


she said, with nowhere to
gather.
With the completion of
the walkway this year, there
will be a place for family and
friends to congregate, Ms.
Davis said.
Nicole Marchand, 19, was
one of those friends who
attended the memorial cer-
emony.
The University of Florida
student grew up next door
to Marcus, and they both
attended Spruce Creek High
School.
Nicole said she loved the
idea of a permanent memo-
rial honoring her friend.
"I think it's awesome," she
said.
Ryan Kirk, 19, also in
attendance, said he's kept in
touch with the Moody fami-
ly since his friend died.
The design of the memo-
rial will include a fountain,
water sculptures, garden
and secluded sitting areas
among the trees for those
who need a quiet spot to
reflect, Ms. Davis said.


The Moody family plans
to incorporate items that
were significant to Marcus,
such as his love of car racing
and outdoor activities.
The walkway will feature
ways for other families to
remember their loved ones
with bricks that that can be
engraved, and other naming
opportunities, Ms. Davis
said.
Construction will start in
January and is projected to
be completed in the fall.
The Care Center accepts
patients who live in Volusia
or Flagler County, and
home- care and other hos-
pice services are provided in
that area.
The Moodys are at lossto
explain the death of their
only child, but said they are
grateful for the support of
the hospice staff.
"They were phenomenal,"
said Mrs. Moody, "It takes a
special person to do this."
For more information on
hospice, call (386) 322-4701.


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Lighthouse views
to be protected

The city of Ponce
Inlet has proposed: a
lighthouse "overlay dis-
trict" that would limit
construction in the city
that would block a view
of the lighthouse. The
proposal will be
reviewed by the city's
planning commission
in January.

County sets aside
funds for tornado
assistance

Volusia County's
Community Assistance
Division has set aside
funds to help qualified
persons whose homes
were damaged or
destroyed by the
Christmas tornados.
Assistance is available
for interim repairs, tree
and debris removal,
construction or repair
of wells, payment of
insurance deductibles;
security deposits and
rental assistance.
For eligibility guide-
lines, call Volusia
County's Housing
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Volunteer
From page A2
Volusia County, United
Way volunteers will build
wheelchair ramps at the
homes of individuals
who currently don't
have ramp access.
Mrs. Zublionis said
she believes these proj-
ects are a great way to
celebrate the holiday.
"Reaching out to
those in need, strength-
ening your community
and empowering your
neighbors is a beautiful
way to honor Dr. King's
memory and his mes-
sage," she said.
Mrs. Zublionis also
said there is no limit to


the amount of good'
people can do by join-
ing together.
"All of these projects
are open to anyone 15
or older, and they
require no special skills
or training," she said.
"It is always amazing to
see what ordinary peo-
ple can accomplish just
by working together."
For more information
about the National Dia
of Service, contact the
Volunteer Center of the
United Iliay of l/husia
and Flagler Counties at
(386) 253-0563 or visit
www. unitedway-
vfc.org.
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From page A2


tributes by Circuit Judge
Hubert L. Grimes and
attorney Roland Blossom
at 7 p.m., Wednesday, Jan.
17, in the J.M. Goddard
Theater, Building 230, on
the Daytona Beach .Cam-
pus, 1200 W. International
Speedway Blvd.
Presented as part of the
lecture series, "The Com-
munity's College: Extend-
ing Our Reach," the event
includes inspirational
music and performances
by Shemaiah Praise of
Tubman King Community
Church and dance per-
formances by DBCC stu-
dents.
Daytona Beach City
Commissioner Cassandra
Reynolds will erhcee the
program.
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event is free.
The Memorial March
will begin at 9 a.m. at the
Black Heritage Museum,
314 N. Duss St.
Non-marchers are
encouraged to bring their
own chairs to the park.
The march will end at
Old Fort Park, where a
program will be held from
10 to 11 a.m.
A celebration will be
held from 1 to 4 p.m. at
Pettis Park. Games will be
played on the field, and
refreshments will be
served at the Heritage
House.

Dr. King service slated.
at church


For- more information, TheUnited Church of
1ll (386) 506-3916 or Christ, 203 Washington St.,
'86) 506-3649. New Smyrna Beach, will
honor the Rev. Martin
Luther King with a special
Martin Luther King service Monday, Jan. 15.
celebrations in New The Rev. Sarah Lund will
t, .- --be- the keynat~ ip~ak. at
myr eacn the service to be held at 10
a.m. at Old Fort Park.
A banquet will be held at This gathering will sup-
p.m., Saturday, Jan. 13, at port Dr. King's active phi-
rst United Methodist losophy and celebrate his
church, Hollister Hall, 310 leadership.
ouglas St., New Smyrna For more information,
each. A $25 donation is call (386) 428-2352.


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New feature allows


citizens to talk to


leaders online


BY JEANNE WILLARD
Staff writer
SOUTH DAYTONA -
There's a new way to let
leaders know what's on
city residents' minds with
the December launch of
the "Action Center" on the
city's Web site.
"The idea is to make the
Web site more interac-
tive," said Mike Janiszews-
ki, South Daytona infor-
mation systems specialist.
Citizens can fill out and
submit forms online to
report incidents, provide
feedback, ask questions
and even submit com-
plaints.
The categories include
code enforcement, build-
ing inspection requests, a
police tip line, general
comments, public works
requests and police


department compli-
ments.
The comments can be
anonymous or signed.
Once a citizen has sub-
mitted a comment or
question, he or she will be
assigned a random track-
ing number.
The tracking number is
used by the citizen to
retrieve a response.
This is the first step in a
long-term city goal to pro-
vide other services, such
as online bill paying and
recreation class registra-
tion, said Mr. Janiszewski.
For more information,
visit the South Daytona
Web site at www.south-
daytona.org and click on
the new Web site feature -
Action Center.

Willard@hometown-
newsol.com


Ponce Inlet seeking


a few good citizens


BY JEANNE WILLARD
Staff writer
PONCE INLET The city
has openings on several
advisory boards for interest-
ed residents.
"It's an opportunity to
learn what's going on, get
involved, and give back to
the community," said Margi
Richard, associate planner.
Openings are available for
alternate members on the
Board of Adjustments, the
Historic and Archaeological
Preservation Board and the
Parks, Recreation and Tree
Advisory Board.


Applicants for the volun-
teer positions must be regis-
tered voters and reside in
Ponce Inlet.
Advisory boards general-
ly meet once a month,
with occasional special
meetings scheduled.
Alternates attend all
meetings and serve a
three-year term.
. Interested residents
should contact Margi
Richard or Kris Phillips at
(386) 236-2181.

Willard@hometownnew-
sol.com


Wanted person:
Darnell Dwayne
Jenkins
Reason wanted: civil
arrest order
Age: 36
Date of birth: April
16, 1970
Race: black
Height: 5 feet, 9
inches
Weight: 190 pounds
Hair: black
Eyes: brown
Distinguishing
features: four gold
teeth on top row

Crime Stoppers of
Northeast Florida is
seeking information
on the whereabouts of
Darnell Dwayne Jenk-
ins, who's wanted for a
civil arrest order for
non-payment of child
support.
A judge has set a
,purge in the amount of
$9,832. While the case
is based out of Hamil-
ton County, Mr. Jenk-
ins may be staying at
449 Walnut St. in Day-
tona Beach.
Mr. Jenkins is a 36-


Jenkins


year-old black man
who's about 5 feet, 9-
inches tall and 190
pounds, with black
hair, brown eyes and
four gold teeth.
If you see Mr. Jenk-
ins or know where he
is, don't attempt to
apprehend him. Any-
one with information
about his whereabouts
is asked to call Crime
Stoppers toll-free at
(888) 277-TIPS. Callers
to Crime Stoppers will
remain anonymous
and can qualify for a
reward of up to $1,000.


(888) 277-TIPS

Wanted


Port Orange

*Charles Thompson,
31, of Port Orange, was
charged Jan. 1 with bur-
glary and theft. Bail was
set at $1,500.
*Rodney Walter Smith
Jr., 41, of Port Orange, was
arrested Jan. 3 on a war-
rant in reference to aggra-
vated battery. Bail was set
at $10.000.
*Peggy Lynn Wood, 44,
of Lantana, was charged
'an. 3 with family abuse
without great harm and
driving while under the
influence. Bail was set at
$1,500.
*Phillip Owen Moore,
23, of Deltona, was arrest-
ed Jan. 3 on a warrant in
reference to dangerous
drugs. No bail was
allowed
*Gary Lawrence Drag-
on, 18, of South Daytona,
was charged Dec. 26 with
battery on a law enforce-
ment officer. Bail was set
at $2,000.

Daytona Beach
Shores

*Delford Alphonso
Blackburn, 24, of Deland,
was charged Jan. 2 with
aggravated assault. Bail
was set at $1,500.
*Malik Garcia Stephen-
son, 33, of Orlando, was
charged Jan. 2 with resist-
ing an officer without vio-
lence. Bail was set at $500.
*Charles Lindbergh
Nelson, 20, of Salt
Springs, was charged Dec.


Ponce Inlet


No felony arrests
incidents reported.


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31 with possession of
hydrocodone and
cannabis under 20 grams.
Bail was set at $1,500.
*Candida Dawn Hud-
gins, 29, of Knoxville,
Tenn., was charged Dec.
31 with grand theft of a
motor vehicle, providing
false information and
driving with license sus-
pended. Bail was set at
$2,250.
*James Wesley Messer,
35, of Lafollat, Tenn., was
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$1,500.
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27, of Oliver Springs,
Tenn., was charged Dec.
31 with grand theft of a
motor vehicle. Bail was
set at $1,500.
*Frank Michael Esoff
III, 23, of South Daytona,
was charged Dec. 30 with
aggravated fleeing and
eluding, driving while
license suspended and
possession of cocaine.
Bail was set at $9,000.
. *Carla Jane Mann, 53,
of Oriond Beach, was
arrested Dec. 29 on a war-
rant in reference to failure
to appear. No bail was
allowed.

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Got something to say?

Call the Hometown Rants & Raves line at

(386) 322-5902
or e-mail volnews@hometownnewsol.com.
Callers are asked to refrain from making
slanderous statements. Statements offact
will be checked for accuracy.


In response to 'Woman a victim of the law'

If you are unable to maintain your property and allow
it to drive down property values, maybe you should sell
your home and move into a condo.
Home ownership requires a certain amount of main-
tenance in order to keep it in working order. There are
options out there.
I, for one, do not want to lose money on the sale of my
home because of blatant disregard of rules. This city has
rules, as with other cities and towns, and they are voted
on and put in place in order to keep the city inviting and
nice. If one wants to live in a dump, he or she should
probably move to one.
Also, I want my half-cent tax back.
Several years ago, the city of Daytona Beach put a half-
cent tax addition on the rolls in order to facilitate the
building of a new police station. The original completion
date was 2003 or 2004.
It is now 2006, and no police department has been
started.
A little under a year ago, the city destroyed many of
our lower-income housing only to have started on that
within less than a year.
Explain to me why I am paying a half-cent tax on most
of my purchases when the city has yet to break ground
on a new facility for the police department? ,
This was on the ballot in 2002. It has been four years
and no police department.
I vote we request the repayment of our taxes because
we were told a police department and got a bunch of air.
Unless, of course, we start an investigation as to where
our money went. I have called the city and their
response is: "We ran into problems." They said the origi-
nal location had drainage issues, the building needs to
be centrally located and the building has had budget
issues. There are various responses, but no date of
groundbreaking.
Shouldn't they be 1eld accountable? With all the
money issues this city has -had, maybe we have been
sold some swampland.

City manager James V Chisholm responds: The city.of
Daytona Beach currently has an aggressive code enforce-
ment policy that handled more than 776 cases last year
and has collected more than $365,467 in fines in 2005-
2006 and demolished 101 buildings last year (fiscal year
2005-06).
The new police station site groundbreaking ceremony
occurred Dec. 20 on Williamson Boulevard and Mason
Road and is funded by a general obligation bond issue
voted on by the citizens ofDaytona Beach.
lam unable to determine the nature of the complaint,
but Ihope the facts presented are helpful.

Owner says he pays taxes

The writer will have a rude awakening.
Every manufactured homeowner receives an ad val-
orem tax bill each year from Volusia County according to
the millage rate and the value of the property. There is a
tax on the shed and carport, too.
It's not fair for someone to say that we get away with
lower taxes. I live in a doublewide and pay taxes every
year.
The alifax hospital and St. Johns Water Management
District is also included in the ad valorem tax byVolusia
County.

Mobile homeowner sets the record straight

The person, who submitted the rant regarding the tax-
ation of mobile home owners was either not completely
informed or the information given was misunderstood.
I am a mobile home owner; I have owned my mobile
home since 1987. I have paid property taxes on my
mobile home every year, as does any other property
owner.
My mobile home exists on land that I own. I am the
property owner, and therefore, subject to property taxes
as any other homeowner, whether it be a block house or
mobile home.
If my mobile home existed on land owned by other
parties, I would probably pay rent for use of that land. I
would need to purchase a sticker and display it in a visi-


EXHIBITION OF EXPRESSION


Pat Zalisko of Port Orange examines some of the artwork during the 76th
bition at the Art League of Daytona Beach.


ble location. I would not be subject to property taxes.
The landowner, though, is subject to property taxes. It is
logical that the cost the landowner is responsible for
in property taxes is considered in the rental amount
charged for the use of the land.
Either way, the property taxes are paid by the persons
renting the land. Ask anybody who pays lot rent.
The above are statements of fact that can and will be
found accurate. I hope the submitter of the original arti-
cle regarding this subject will have the opportunity to
read this submission and rest easier.
As for the upper middle class retirees going this route,
that is an entirely separate discussion.

In response to 'Mobile home owners run
away with lower taxes'

I look. forward to getting your newspaper each
week. Thank you.
This article, in the Dec. 29 edition, was wrTitten by-
someone who didn't have the facts straight. .
I am live in a manufactured home and pay taxes
according to the value of the property and-the buildings.
At present, my assessment is $116,900, and as with all
other residents, our taxes go up 3 percent from the previ-
ous year.
Also, I don't buy a sticker for my window each year. We
are permanent residents who perhaps cannot afford to
have the higher-priced homes that some have. but we
pay according to what we own.,
Also, I believe those "upper middle class retirees" who
live in the mobile parks in the areamay not be taxed by
the county individually, but have you asked them what
they pay each and every month for lot rent? .
This is how the mobile park owners pay their taxes in
which the amount of assessment is determined from'
what they have on their lots. I am sure the assessors of
the county keep good records of all these parks.
Lastly, we do not have a hitch or wheels on our home
and we pay to the city, county, -Halifax Hospital and St.
Johns Water Management District.
We are very happy. x-ith our home and property and
will continue to pay our fair share of taxes the same as
everyone else.

Manufactured homes present its case

I am real estate broker in New Smyrna Beach. I would
like to clear up a misconception that the person who
wrote "Mobile homeowners run away with lower taxes"
has.
According to federal guidelines, the term mobile home
is no longer used; manufactured home is now the norm.
The owners of the manufactured home this person is
referring to do not own the land that the home is on; they
lease it from another source.
In order for a home to be taxed as real property, it has
to be on its own land and improved with the inclusion of
the manufactured home.


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Annual Art League Member's uried Exhi-


With the case at hand, the manufactured homeowner
who does not own the land does not have real property,
and it is treated differently by the local and state codes.
To use a loose term as an example, the home is treated
like an automobile and the owner must register it with
the county and state every year, hence the sticker that is
referred to in the original article.
The property owner of the leased land that the manu-
factured home is on pays property taxes for that- land,
and on top of that, they also pay a tax on the rent that
they charge for the lease. So the state and local munici-
palities are getting their monies plus some.
As a real estate broker, I cannot list or sell one of the
homes without land unless I have another special license
from the state, which is similar to an auto dealer's
license. The reason is because it is not considered real
property.

Family ekes by, trying to survive
What a great newspaper for us locals as w:ell as visitorss
to our community!
Our son is in a crisis right now.
.He graduated from a private school in Orlando, Full
Sail Real World Education, in a field that is beyond our
Scormprehension -digital media-graphic arts design.
: To get him enrolled, we had to cosign on a loan
financed through Sallie Mae. To make a long story short,
the loan has gone from a $32,000 note to almost $60,000
to date. The interest has increased to 12.5; percent and
accrues 'eal. : "
He applied for many jobs after graduating arid finally
was hired by a local company, has worked for more than
a year and now the owner has decided she cannot afford
all of her employees and had to let him go the week after
Christmas with no warning.
He has an apartment, a:school loan with a monthly
payment of more than $600.
NIv husband is retired, but has been operating a
lawn/landscaping, service for the last 13 years and is
now 65 years old and cant physically do it much more.
I have been a home :health, care provider and have
been caring for a sweet woman with Alzheimer's dis-
ease. We cannot afford to maintain our home without
my income.
We feel a need to help our son, but are being backed
into a corner to survive. We have worked all of our lives
and now we are fighting to keep what we have as a result
of our hard work.
Is there any recourse outside of selling our home and
living who knows where? Our children are the lights of
our life, but what kind of role model are we as parents
who are forced to sell out to survive?
My heart goes out to those with terminal illness and
the families that must endure the pain and suffering in
coping with that. But it is also painful to watch your
child trying to succeed and be a responsible member of
society and be slapped down in the process.

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Rolls-Royce beach parade and show set for next week


Will celebrate 100th
anniversary of first
local race

BY TOM HOLTON
Staff writer

Commemorating the 100th anniver-
sary of the first Rolls-Royce race at
Ormond Beach, about 40 Rolls-Royces
are scheduled to parade on the beach
next week before going on display at
The Casements.
In the historic race, a 20-horsepower
Rolls-Royce racer won the 1907 World
International Championship.
An automobile similar to the win-
ning Rolls-Royce, a 1905 racer from
England, also will be on display during
the event scheduled for Saturday, Jan.
20, at The Casements.
: Members of the regional Rolls-Royce
Owners Club will bring about 50 Rolls-
Royce and Bentley motorcars to town
for the centennial celebration and a
regional meet beginningWednesday.
"It will be one of the largest collec-
tions of Rolls-Royce automobiles ever
seen in the region," said event coordi-
nator Dan Smith.
The parade will begin on the beach
Saturday, Jan. 20, at 12:30 p.m. at the
Cardinal approach and then move
south.


"It'll be a slow-moving parade, with
numerous stops for photos," Mr.
Smith said.
A reception and a display of Rolls-
Royces and Bentleys will be featured at
The Casements, 25 Riverside Drive,
from 1 to 3 p.m.
Beginning Wednesday, Rolls-Royce
club events will be scattered through-
out the Halifax area, as far south as
New Smyrna Beach.
Along with the Rolls-Royce collec-
tion, a new experimental Rolls-Royce
prototype from England will be on dis-
play.
South Daytona resident Oliver Joyn-
er, a 20-year member of the Rolls-
Royce Owners Club, will have two
Rolls-Royces on display, including
1929 and 1981 models.
"The 1929 Rolls-Royce has never
been restored, except for a paint job in
1965," he said, noting that it was a
four-door convertible.
Another local participant will be Bill
Pettit of New Smyrna Beach, who
plans to have one of his three Rolls-
Royces in the beach parade.
He owns a 1925 Silver Ghost four-
door convertible, a 1928 four-door
convertible and a 1962 two-door Silver
Cloud convertible.
For more information on the Roll-
Royce event, phone (386)676-3216.

holton@hometownnewsol.com


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Staff photo by Tom Holton
Ellen and Oliver Joyner of South Daytona will drive their 1929 Rolls-Royce four-door convertible in
a parade on the beach at Ormond Beach Saturday, Jan. 20. Mr. Joyner is a 20-year member of the
Rolls-Royce Owners Club, which will bring about 50 of the famous motorcars to the area next week
to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the first Rolls-Royce race at Ormond Beach. The meet,
which will feature activities throughout the Halifax area, kicks off Wednesday with a 20-mile tour of
the loop in Ormond Beach.


Rants & Raves
From page A6


Some readers may say, "That's life, and it is not
always fair." We see in our world today the elderly, as
well as young adults, feel so helpless and worthless that
they choose to give up on life and withdraw from socie-
ty.
What are we supposed to do?

In response to Tax topic gets heated'

I think the insurance in Florida is criminal and some-
one should investigate it. Citizen's is not the best insur-
ance, and people are being dumped into Citizen's when
they are not eligible for that plan. If the insurance com-
panies don't sell health insurance, they should go out of
Florida.
I see that Mayor Fred Costello's priority for 2007 is to


lower house property taxes in 2007.
I would like for him to provide transportation with
Votran to the west side to the new development center
going up. They stop at the 1-95 bridge. We pay for these
services.
I would like him to encourage businesses to develop
on this side of our highway. A Publix, CVS, Dunkin
Donuts, Outback and all the nice restaurants would be
nice.
We need life on this side of the highway. It is the
mayor's responsibility to provide citizens services.
And also a little spot for a library.

Dog bites out of hand

Recently, I have been reading in various newspapers


and watching on television the amount of dog bites that
are occurring.
What I don't understand is this: If a dog has attacked a
human unprovoked, why is that dog allowed to stay with
the owner?
It makes much more sense to me if a dog does an
unprovoked attack, it should be taken from the owner
immediately, reevaluated to see if it can be rehabilitated
and put up for adoption.
Careless owners are the reason for a lot of unprovoked
attacks. I have seen dogs, considered to be dangerous,
behave very well in public. I have also seen dogs that get
out of their yard and chew up someone else's child or
pet.
To me, unprovoked attacks are just as bad a case of
animal cruelty as is starving an animal.


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There are a few hoops
to jump through before
the concept becomes a
reality, said Ms. With-
elder.
The city has applied for
grant funding under the
Florida Renewable Ener-
gy Technologies Grant
Program. A decision on
the grant application will
be made this month.
If the funding comes
through, there will be fur-
ther study to evaluate the
most cost-effective and
feasible design able to
withstand Florida's cli-
mate.
"It's exciting because
Daytona Beach Shores is
looking at a very unique
application of solar ener-
gy," said state Rep,
Dorothy Hukill. "It could
be a wonderful model for
other cities."


Rep. Hukill, a strong
backer of solar power,
sponsored a bill during
last year's legislative ses-
sion that created $2.5 mil-
lion in grants for people
who install solar-power
units in homes or busi-
nesses in Florida.
Her bill became part of
the over all state energy
bill.
She said she plans to
sponsor another bill this
year that would expand
this concept, making
solar power grants more
accessible and include an
education component.
As people become more
aware of the potential,
there will be more appli-
cations of this technolo-
gy, Rep. Hukill said.
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Would you like to know
what the future holds?
Then you may want to go
to the South Florida Fair this
year to see Hometown
News' own "Spirit Guide"
James Tucker, the featured
psychic at this year's Fair.
In keeping with the fair's
theme, "Dreams, screams,
chills and thrills," Mr. Tuck-
er who has earned a loyal
following with his weekly
columns and horoscopes
since Hometown News'
inception in 2002 will
offer metaphysical psychic
predictions and palm read-
ings from his signature pur-
ple booth in the main hall
from Jan. 13-29.
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ing people see their true
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reading has always come
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within and work from the
inner universe."
Though he initially
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James Tucker who writes the Spirit Guide for Hometown
News, will read palms at this year's South Florida Fair.


years," he said. and weeds represe
His work actually helped positives and neg
change the face of the South life.
Florida Fair in the early'90s, "Faith, prosper
when his popularity at the love and abundan
Martin County Fair caught the flowers in the
the eye of the then-manag- while disease, war
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"They hadn't had a psy- weeds," he said.
chic there in 50 years. inner garden, you
Before, it was more like a both and it a
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for youth," Mr: Tucker said. to) feed."
Now in his 14th year, he While Mr. Tuc
estimated that he typically depth readings at
reads as many as 400 palms tual healing center
there each year. last an hour, his pa
"I have tremendous suc- ings at the fair last
cess at the fair," he said. "It's age of 10 to 20 mi
colorful, magical, educa- said.
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modem interpretation, thinks, while the
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center and balance within job, because people
themselves. Then, because know what their 1
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their own way, the universe where they're go
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Hi, Hometown News
readers.

Holiday decorations are
down, kids are back in
school and we are on our
way in the new year,
though weather has been
unusual.
Winter hasn't shown up
much this season. Instead,
we've seen very warm
winter days, and of course,
the tornado that caused so
much damage and
heartache Christmas Day.
We'll be dealing with the
aftermath for months,\
perhaps longer.
Despite massive damage
on the campus of Embry-
Riddle, university leaders
tell us they're on schedule
to open up for students
just a few days late, Jan. 16.
The university has already
secured planes to make up
for the dozens of aircraft
ruined in the wicked winds
and expect to fly them in
any day.
At Sutton Place, where
dozens of apartments were
shattered in the storm,
residents still struggle to
recover. The county has
made many help organiza-
tions available to storm
victims, including financial
assistance based on
income for immediate
home repairs, security
deposits and rentals and
work to prevent further
home damage.
The American Red Cross
and The Salvation Army
continue to step in as well;
however, for those without
insurance, this will be the
challenge of a lifetime.
One Sutton Place resi-
dent got her church
involved'in collecting
clothing, appliances and
bedding for victims, and
amazingly, no storm
victims showed up for the
free help. The organizers
said the items won't go to
waste. They've been
donated to the homeless
shelter and other locales
that care for those down on
their luck.
A disturbing arrest took
place this week of a man
who worked on behalf of
law officers and now finds.
himself on the wrong side
of the law.
Pat McGuire has been the
executive director of the
Coastal Florida Police
BenevolentAssociation for
a dozen years a police
union based in Port
Orange, representing
lawmen from several local
agencies.
Mr. McGuire is accused
of repeatedly molesting a
now 16-year-old girl when
she was between 8 and 9
years old. A 24-year-old
woman said Mr. McGuire
began touching her
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Authorities said the
incidents happened in
Palm Coast, where both
the victims and Mr.
McGuire live.
Mr. McGuire is familiar to
many because he's been a
vocal critic of state attor-
ney John Tanner after Mr.
Tanner opened an investi-
gation into abuse at the
Flagler County jail.
Mr. McGuire accused Mr.
Tanner of bias because Mr.
Tanner's daughter was .
allegedly a victim of abuse
in the jail. He even called
for Mr. Tanner to be
removed. Now, Mr.
McGuire has been
removed from the top post
at the PBA.
Holly Hill police are
looking for one or more
people who burglarized a
Winn'Dixie store, and they
think the same suspects
may have hit other stores
in Volusia County and the
state.
The suspects broke into a
store on Nova Road,
gaining access through a
hatch in the roof. They
used a ladder to get down
from the second floor, and
then forced their way into
the pharmacy.
Police said it's the same
M.O. in 25 recent burgla-
ries atWinn Dixie stores
around Florida. The target
is not cash, but rather
narcotics. In this case, the
suspects made off with
$12,000 worth of prescrip-
tion medications. Howev-
er, police may have a
break. They recovered
evidence, including
equipment found on the
roof used in the break-in
and fingerprints in the
pharmacy..
The Grinch who police
said stole Christmas is
literally under arrest and
charged with dealing in
stolen property.
Police said Joseph
Colombo, 40, owner of the
UPS store on Beville Road,
stole gift cards from two
different victims who
mailed the cards as pres-
ents from his store.
Cheryl Tisland told
WESH 2 she was very
disappointed when her son
didn't receive her gift cards
for the holiday and ques-
tioned Mr. Colombo about
it. He allegedly told her he
believed an employee, who
he'd since fired, stole the
card and offered to pay
back the money to her.
Police said it was no
phantom employee, but
Mr. Colombo himself who
ripped off Ms. Tisland and
another woman.
Police have surveillance
video they said shows Mr.
Colombo using a second
victim's J.C. Penney gift
cards in the store.
The wrecking ball has
moved onto the boardwalk
in Daytona Beach for a
long-awaited facelift.
Demolition crews are
pulling down the old
Midway Fun Center and
other stores on the north
end of the aging beach-
front attraction. In its place
will rise a $115 million
condo-hotel with retail
shops and restaurants. A
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get a facelift, too. The new
project, remaking the
boardwalk, is set to open in
2009.
Just recently, the Centers
for Disease Control in
Atlanta said Florida
residents were among the
most prevalent flu victims,
so it's not too late to get
protection.
In Volusia County, the
health department and
area fire stations still have a
healthy supply of the
vaccine, and in Ormond
Beach, city officials have
cut the cost of the vaccine
to make it more accessible.
The Ormond Beach Fire
Department is offering flu
shots for just $10, down
from $25, while supplies
last.
Daytona Beach police are
investigating a case of child
abuse. Investigators say a
3-week-old baby was
treated at Halifax Medical
Center Dec. 11 after the
mother and the baby's
father claimed the infant
was bitten by a spider.
Doctors at the hospital
found eight broken ribs
and several broken bones
and believe the baby was
abused.
The baby girl has been
removed from the home
and is in the Department of
Children and Families'
custody. Charges could be
filed against the parents.
Bert Fish Medical Center
in New Smyrna Beach has
just unveiled a new unit
they said will go a long way
toward encouraging
healing in patients.
The center's Progressive
Care Unit has special
rooms designed with state-
of-the-art technology and
includes private suites,
according to hospital staff.
The rooms, with special
lighting and other features,
are designed to quicken
recovery for patients and
create new opportunities
for medical staff to work
more efficiently.
Can you imagine being
under the ground? Hurt,
confused, unclear of where
you are and unable to help
rescuers? Rory Robertson
of Daytona Beach found
himself in just such a
situation last week. The 26-
year-old was walking to a
comer store and fell
through an open manhole
eight feet underground.
Mr. Robertson had his
cell phone and called for
help, but at first, he could
only tell rescuers he was


somewhere on Mason
Avenue. 911 can't track cell
phone calls, so it was a
struggle on both ends to
get Mr. Robertson help. He
was complaining of back
pain and very clearly in and
out of consciousness,
WESH 2 learned from the
911 call.
Mr. Robertson told the
operator he could see the
moon and could hear cars,
but couldn't see anything
else. Rescuers had police
along Mason Avenue
searching for the victim,
but a full 18 minutes later,
he was still alone and
begging for help.
Finally, a passerby heard
the victim below ground
and yelled the location so
the 911 operators could
clearly hear it. Daytona
Beach Fire Department's
tactical rescue team took
just under an hour to bring
the injured man up from
the confined space.
He remains hospitalized
with possible paralysis.
Now the question: did the
manhole cover fall in as Mr.
Robertson walked over it,
or was it removed? Authori-
ties are investigating.
A Daytona Beach man
and his girlfriend returned
to their beachside apart-
ment on Silver Beach
Avenue recently only to
find a 16-year-old teenage
boy and a 24-year-old man
in there, claiming to be
from maintenance. One
look around the ransacked
unit, and the homeowner
wasn't buying the story. He
struggled with the intrud-
ers, and a neighbor heard
him calling for help.
Sterling Moore came in to
help, armed with his
shotgun. He told WESH 2
he fired once in the air to
scare the suspects, and
then tied them up for
police.
Investigators said William
Aviles, 24, and the teen
stole jewelry and electron-
ics and may be tied to other
beachside burglaries. Mr.
Aviles allegedly told police
he's the leader of a local
street gang.
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some of the frightened
victims. Thirteen people
were treated at the hospital
for injuries. Fortunately, no
one was seriously hurt.
Police said the bus driver
ran a red light and was
ticketed.
The State Attorney's
Office has ruled that a
Volusia County Sheriff's
deputy was justifiedin
using deadly force when he
tried to stop a fight south of
New Smyrna Beach last
September.
Deputy Jay Hawman
tried to break up the fight
on South Atlantic Avenue
when investigators said
Greg Ohly attacked the
deputy. Deputy Hawman
drew his gun and warned
Mr. Ohly to stop, but
officials said he refused and
was shot twice. Mr, Ohly
survived the shooting and
has been charged with
battery on a law enforce-
ment officer.
Smoke detectors were
lifesaving not once but
twice in just four days in
Daytona Beach. Five
residents escaped an
apartment house on
Ridgewood Avenue when
the smoke detector alerted
them. The fire was con-
tained to just one unit, and
the Red Cross helped that
resident find a place to live.
A few days earlier, two
men and a woman were
saved when the smoke
detector beeped, getting
out of their Jefferson Street
home before fire gutted a
bedroom.
An Ormond Beach
couple also escaped
serious injury after a fire
broke out in their condo-
minium unit on North
Nova Road. Ronald and
Shari Rietheimer tried to
put the blaze out them-
selves, but the fire extin-
guisher just couldn't do the
job as fire spread from the
front of the unit. The


couple got out, and several
other units also had to be
briefly evacuated for safety.
The new year has sorely
tested a Daytona Beach
family touched by violence
when police said two
people invaded a home
and ultimately murdered a
helpless resident. Elizabeth
Uptagrafft, 56, was home
with her mother and son
when two suspects burst
into the house on Michigan
Avenue near Segrave
demanding money. Police
believe Cornelius Baker, 20,
and his girlfriend, Patricia
Roosa, 19, randomly picked
the house because it had
an expensive car sitting out
front.
Authorities said the
suspects were in the house
two hours searching for
money. They allegedly
pistol-whipped Ms.
Uptagrafft's son and may
have kicked her mother,
breaking a rib. Ms. Upta-
grafft was shot and wound-
ed at the scene, according
to police, and then forced
to get into her car with the
suspects and withdraw
money from an ATM in
Flagler County.
Authorities caught the
suspects after a short
chase, and police said Mr.
Baker confessed to shoot-
ing Ms. Uptagrafft in the
head and dumping her
body in a wooded area. The
suspect toldWESH 2 he
wasn't a violent person and
didn't know why he shot
the victim.
Her son, Scott Uptagrafft,
and daughter, Stacey
Firestone, are heartbroken
and crushed. They told
WESH 2 their mother was
the rock of the family, a
woman who thought her
life's struggle would be a
battle with breast cancer
last year.
Ms. Firestone said she
shudders to think of how
terrified her mother must
have been in her last
moments. Mr. Uptagrafft
told WESH his mother paid
with her life, and he won't
be satisfied until the killer
is brought to justice. Both
suspects face a host of
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being held without bond.
A jury selection took
several days in the case of a
Holly Hill woman who
prosecutors said conspired
with her nanny to have her
husband killed.
Karen Tobie was arrested
in June 2004 along with her
friend and nanny; Lynne
Blake, and Tysjohaun
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Mr. Cooper are being tried
together. The nanny, Ms.
Blake, pleaded guilty and is
expected to testify against
them.
Finally, if weather is your
passion, you may want to
spend some time with a
man whose passion was
weather for decades at
WESH 2. I hope you don't


mind me promoting my
former colleague and good
friend, Dave Marsh.
Mr. Marsh retired after
serving as the captain of
our weather ship for years,
but he hasn't given up
weather, and the breadth
of his knowledge is incredi-
ble.
Mr. Marsh's former boss
and current co-owner of
the River Queen 11, John
Evans, has asked him to be
the guest speaker on the
paddlewheel from 2 to 4
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annual tree sale Jan. 31,
at the Volusia County
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"We want to encourage
the citizens of Volusia to
plant more trees," said
Mindy McCracken, dis-
trict secretary.
Trees help protect the
natural balance of the
ecosystem by preventing
soil erosion, providing


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food and shelter for
wildlife.
The bare-root
seedlings will be sold for
55 cents each and
include bald cypress,
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red maple among other
varieties, Ms. McCracken
said.
The district purchased
12,000 trees and has
already sold almost half
in pre-orders.
This is a perfect oppor-
tunity for people who
still need to replace trees
lost during the 2004 hur-
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These tanks at the Marine Science Center in Ponce Inlet
are the next step after recovering in the ICU area before
being released back into the ocean.


Turtle
From page Al
said.
The MSC is a professional
rehabilitation center
equipped to provide blood
work, radiology, surgery and
medications to injured arid
sick sea turtles and birds.
Injured turtles are
brought to the center by
Florida Fish and Wildlife
and Volusia County Beach
Patrol.
The Endangered Species
Act protects all species of
sea turtles, so only proper
authorities are allowed to
handle and transport them.
When a turtle arrives at
MSC, a complete examina-
tion is done to assess the
condition of the animal, and
the process of nursing them
back to health begins, Ms.
Bauer said.
In Al's case, he was unre-
sponsive, unable to eat or be
put in water.
Ms. Bauer and the staff
whip up fish smoothies sup-
plemented with vitamins
and medications to nourish
the turtle.
Treatment also included
the animal equivalent of
intravenous fluids.
As the turtles recover, they
are moved into a shallow
water tank and then moved
into progressively deeper
water tanks as can be toler-
ated.
"It can be a lengthy
process," Ms. Bauer said,
adding that it's not unusual
for turtles to stay at the cen-
ter for months or even a
year. Their bodies shut
down and it takes a long
time to come back, she said.
Thelma, a loggerhead res-
cued on March 22, is still at
the center.
She was found attached to
a crab trap just south of the
International Speedway
Bridge, Ms. Bauer said.
A line from the crab trap
was wrapped around her
neck and both front flip-
pers. The right flipper was
lacerated down to the bone,


which was infected.
The flipper may have to
be amputated, said Ms.
Bauer, but sea turtles can
survive with three flippers.
The center has received
turtles ranging from baby
hatchlings up to 265-pound
adults.
Visitors can view recover-
ing turtles from the turtle
terrace that overlooks the
hospital.
Ms. Bauer worked as a
diver and veterinarian tech-
nician at Sea World before
landing this job six years
ago.
"I just lucked into it," she
said, acknowledging her
love of the work.
She knew as a child that
she wanted to work with
animals but didn't envision
nursing wild turtles back to
health.
A self-described hands-on
type of person; she likes to
be part of the whole process
- when the turtles arrive to
the day they leave.
The job has its heart-
breaking moments, -she
said, especially when the
turtles don't make it. Of the
16 turtles that came in with
Al, 11 have died.
But Ms. Bauer prefers to
dwell on what the center is
able to accomplish.
She said the most satisfy-
ing aspect of her job is when
the turtles are released back
into the wild.
When the recovered tur-
tles are placed on the sand,
no coaxing is required to get
them back into the water,
she said. They make a bee-
line toward it.
"They're out of here," she
said with satisfaction.

For more information call
the Marine Science Center.
(386) 304-5545. Visiting
hours are Tues. through Sat.
10 a.m. to 4 p.m.,
Sunday, noon to 4 p.m.
Admission is $3 for adults,
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South Pacific Wonders: A travelogue


YOUR DREAM
EUROPE CRUISE VACATION


There's something
about seeing the
image of the Sydney
Opera House and expan-
sive Harbour Bridge that
leaves you dreaming of
your vacation to the South
Pacific long after it ended.
And although you will
enjoy every moment
exploring cosmopolitan
cities such as Sydney in
Australia and Christchurch
in New Zealand, it is the
natural landscape of these
two countries that leaves
an indelible impression.
Nature was inspired
when it created Australia.
Rain forest, coastline,
outback, mountains and
savannah paint a colorful
palette of magical sights
against an azure sky.
From the moment you
step off the plane in the
beautiful Victorian city of
Melbourne, spectacular
scenery is everywhere.
Your first afternoon there,
travel to Phillip Island, a
renowned nature reserve
and home of the world's
largest colony of little
penguins
The little penguin is
protected on Phillip Island
and a staff of rangers works
diligently to study and
protect these lovable birds.
The experience of watch-
ing as hundreds of these
birds waddle out from the
sea and cross the beach to
their burrows in the dunes
makes you appreciate the
balance between man and
nature.
Adding to the enjoyment
of your afternoon will be a
visit to the interpretation
center, where you will
learn about the life of the
little penguins and their
significance to the area.
The next morning it's off
to Cairns, the gateway to
the Great Barrier Reef. On
the outskirts of Cairns in
Tropical North Queensland
is the Tjapukai (pro-
nounced Jab-a-guy)
Aboriginal Cultural Park -
one of the most awarded
indigenous attractions in
Australia. Here an Aborigi-
nal language and culture
that was once in danger of
extinction has not only
been saved, but shared
with thousands of visitors
from throughout the
world.
Tjapukai Aboriginal
Cultural Park is a mystical
experience dedicated to
preserving authentic
Aboriginal culture and
includes five theaters, a
museum, art gallery and a


Trees
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McCracken said.
The sale will run from
8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the
main entrance to the
county fairgrounds, 3150
E. NewYork Ave.
To pre-order trees call
the VSWCD at (386) 736-
6229.

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traditional Aboriginal
camp, which give visitors a
meaningful glimpse into a
culture dating back more
than 40,000 years.
As you sit in the audi-
ence waiting for the
"show" to begin, the
anticipation in the air is so
thick you can feel it. Bodies
still, the audience's atten-
tion is completely focused
on the two men at the front
of the theater. Dressed in
traditional Aboriginal garb
- loincloths and ghostly
white body paint they
crouch over a small pile of
leaves and brush, one
holding a horizontal stick,
the other twirling his
hands up and down a
vertical one. Their aim is to
create friction, which leads
to heat, and ultimately the
fundamental element to
human existence fire.
You will be enraptured,
imagining what it must
have been like for their
own ancestors to know
that the creation of so
small yet significant a
thing as a flame could
mean the difference
between life and death.
For a moment it seems
as though nothing else will
happen, but suddenly a
flash of orange appears.
One of the men bends low,
gently blowing on the
infant flame to coax it to
life. In a whoosh it catches,
and he jumps back as the
brush is rapidly engulfed.
He triumphantly holds a
flaming branch aloft to the
haunting accompaniment
of a didgeridoo. As one, the
audience erupts into
cheers and applause as the
Tjapukai man proves once
more the most basic,
ancient element that sets
humans apart from beasts
control over fire.
You may learn later that
many members of the
audience were part of a
Collette Vacations tour that
included Tropical North
Queensland and the visit


to Tjapukai Aboriginal
Cultural Park. Here they
had the opportunity to
meet members of the
Tjapukai people, learn
about their history and
culture, hear their music
and Dreamtime stories.
If you're game, you can
also try your hand at
playing a didgeridoo or
throwing a boomerang,
one Collette traveler
related to me.
Aboriginal culture is just
one facet of a visit to
Cairns in Tropical North
Queensland. The region's
most famous attraction is
undoubtedly the Great
Barrier Reef- one of the
world's greatest natural
wonders and the largest
single living organism on
the planet.
The Great Barrier Reef
stretches down the
Queensland coast for
more than 1,200 miles and
covers an area of rore
than 155,000 square miles.
You can visit some or all
of these reef formations
each one unique on a
Great Barrier Reef day trip.
One of the rare natural
wonders in this area is
Green Islanda short
journey by fast catamaran
off the Cairns coast. Green
Island is a 6,000-year-old
coral cay perfectly located
for exploring the reef -
from the water or from the
comfort of a glass-bottom
boat.
But there's more to this
island than the reef alone.
Over centuries, a cool rain
forest has developed,
along with white coral
sand beaches yours to
explore with a Colette
Vacations day trip.
The city of Cairns is a
vibrant coastal town with
fabulous shopping and
dining ranging from
traditional "Aussie bush
tucker" to alfresco cafes
and five-star restaurants.
The Queensland Out-
back, with its miles of
open spaces, amazing land
formations and mobs of
free-roaming kangaroos, is
only a couple of hours
drive inland. However, you
may chose, instead, to set
off for Sydney where you
can spend two fabulous
nights. The tour here may
include highlights such as
Kings Cross, the Harbour
Bridge, Chinatown, the
Rocks, Circular Quay, the
Botanic Gardens and the
fashionable suburb of
Paddington.
Later, you will enjoy a
fascinating opal presenta-


tion and learn how raw
opals are processed from
the dark mine shafts to
your favorite jewelry store.
On day two in Sydney,
embark on a delightful
cruise of Sydney Harbour
and pass by two of Aus-
tralia's most famous
landmarks: the renowned
Sydney Opera House and
the world's largest steel
arch bridge, the Harbour
Bridge.
Afterwards, travel with a
group to Koala Park to see
koalas in their natural
habitat. You will even have
the chance to feed the
kangaroos and pet a
wombat. Later that night,
enjoy a tour, dinner, and
performance inside the
Sydney Opera House -
surely to be the highlight
of your trip.
The next morning will
say "So long Australia and.
hello New Zealand."
The moment you arrive
in Queenstown, this
charming South Island
town will captured your
heart. The first evening
there, take a gondola ride
to dinner at the Skyline
Restaurant, which over-
looks Queenstown, Lake
Wakatipu and the moun-
tains.
Although the scenic
beauty of such sights as
the Hollyford Valley and
Milford Sound are not to
be missed, one of the best
things about traveling is
meeting people along the
way, especially the locals.
On this adventure Down
Under, you might have the
privilege of dining with a
local family "Kiwis," as
they're called. They may
take you into their home,
where you will enjoyed a
traditional, home-cooked
meal and absorbed some
kiwi culture. These are the
experiences you remem-
ber long after your return
trip home.
New Zealand's most
famous national park, Mt.
Cook, is where you can
spend a leisurely after-
noon after leaving Queen-
stown. This is truly one of
the most impressive
mountains in the world.
You can choose to view the
massive glaciers and '
extensive snow-covered:
mountain-top terrain on
an optional glacier flight
tour. or just enjoy the park
during a simple nature
walk.
Your tour of the South


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Pacific begins to wind to
its end in the historic city
of Christchurch. Here you
can participate in a short
sightseeing tour of "the
most English city outside
of England" highlighting
magnificent gardens, the
Neo-Gothic Cathedral and
the downtown park
district.
One of your fondest
memories in this area of
New Zealand will be a visit
to a Canterbury farmyard
to take part in a sheep
shearing demonstration
and see how a New
Zealand family farm
works.
Throughoutyour 15
days in Australia and New
Zealand, you are sure to
find a world of relaxation,
beauty, adventure and fun
all waiting to be discov-
ered and appreciated. I
can't wait to go!

Rose Mascarenhas is a
travel consultant with
Gadabout Travel in
Sebastian. Call (772) 589-
0633.
Gadabout Travel also has
an office in Melbourne.
Call (321) 253-3674.


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Wings of Hope
Foundation donates
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The Wings of Hope
Foundation, a nonprofit
organization based in San-
ford that supports shelters
and group homes for chil-
dren, donated $52,000 to
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dential group home and
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The Little Gym of Port
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Saturday, Jan. 13, at 4645
Clyde Morris Blvd., Suite
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Big B Liquors of Edge-
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these beers for the Beer
Festival at the Brannon
Center, of New Smyrna
Beach. The festival will
be held from 4 to 8pm
Saturday, Jan. 13.











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+Wes Malone and Bob
Wind: These singer-gui-
tarists will perform at 7 p.m.
at HotSpot Coffee Shoppe,
1216 S. Ridgewood Ave.,
Daytona Beach. An open
mic session will also take
place. There is no cover
charge. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 236-0518.
*Meatloaf Dinner: The


Veterans of Foreign Wars
Ladies Auxiliary Post 4250,
2350 Sunset Drive, New
Smyrna Beach, will present
this dinner from 5-8 p.m.
The cost is $6. For more
information, call (386) 423-
1789.
*Starry, Starry Night:
This cultural, community
tradition will be held from


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Hops and barley

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Proceeds to
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BY STEPHANIE DIXON
Entertainment writer
Football and food always
equal fun, but when beer
from all over the world is
thrown into the equation,
an unforgettable night is
sure to be the end result.
"Beer Tastival Tailgate'n
Style" will take place Sat-
urday, Jan. 13, at the Bran-
non Center, 105 S. River-
side Drive, New Smyrna
Beach.
Participants will munch
on assorted foods provid-
ed by six local restaurants
while the Indianapolis
Colts battle the Baltimore
Ravens in the National
Football League divisional
playoffs, aired on wide-
screen televisions.
Big B Liquors of Edgewa-
ter will provide the stars of
the event: five ales and
lagers that vary in taste
and body. Kirin, a rich,
full-flavored Asian beer
with plenty of hops, will
satisfy those with a strong
thirst.


Grolsch Amber delivers a
healthy flavor of roasted
barley, and Widmer.
Hefeweizen, a wheat-
based beer, will be gar-
nished with a citrus slice.
On the lighter side, Red-
hook Blonde ale will go
down easy for those who
want a drinkable beer. And
attendees sticking to New
Year's resolutions may
indulge in the low-carbo-
hydrate and low-calorie
Michelob Ultra.
Participants will not
want to miss the chance to
win a boat from Boston
Whaler.
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at halftime, said Diane
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board of directors at the
Marine Discovery Center.
She also said that door
prizes for gift certificates
to local restaurants will be
available.
Tickets cost $25 at the
door, which includes exot-
ic beer "tast'n," food and
two free draft beers. Pro-
ceeds will benefit the
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For more information,
call (386) 428-4828 or visit
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palm, Mr. Tucker can reveal
the negative behavior pat-
terns and self-defeating
behaviors that people need
to let go of to find fulfill-
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"People break down and
cry sometimes. It can be
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changed by his readings, he
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and year," he said. "They
always say they're coming
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to come."
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spiritual healing center later
in the year and gains loyal
Hometown News readers
wherever he goes, he said.
"My column is a huge suc-
cess, and it's because I
(write) about helping people
change their lives, move for-
ward toward their goals and
make wise choices," he said.
"It's all about getting cen-
tered and finding your pur-
pose. This is mine I love
what I do."


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Palm Beach from Jan. 13-29.
Mr. Tucker will be available
for readings from noon to 10
p.m. on weekdays and 10
a.m. to 10 p.m. on week-
ends. Go to www.South-
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6-8 p.m. It began several
years ago in Ormond Beach
when the Ormond Memori-
al Art Museum, Ormond
Beach .Historical Trust and
The Casements formed a
collaboration to allow resi-
dents and visitors an
opportunity to see a free
showcase of each organiza-
tion's activity. A trolley will
be available between the
various locations, all locat-
ed within two blocks adja-
cent to Granada Boulevard,
Halifax Avenue, Riverside
Drive and John Anderson
Drive. Entertainment, dis-
plays and light refresh-
ments will be available at
each location. The featured
exhibition at The Case-
ments will be the works of
the East Coast Plein Air
Painters depicting a beach
theme. This exhibition will
be on display during busi-
ness hours through Feb. 12.
Pianist Barbara Gomulka
will perform. For more
information, call (386) 676-
3216.
*Chuck Henderson: This
mellow soul performer will
play from 7-10 p.m. at
Brooklyn Ice Caf6, 4649
Clyde Morris Blvd., Unit
601, entrance off of Herbert
Street. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 322-3306.
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Ultimate Craft Show:
Country Folk Art will pres-
ent this event from 5-9 p.m.
at the Daytona Beach
Ocean Center. The show
will feature artisan-
exhibitors from across the
country, showcasing an
array of home fashions and
decorating accents such as
handcrafted furniture,
quilts, floral arrangements,
traditional and fine art, jew-
elry, trendy clothing, gour-
met delights; handmade
soaps and candles. Admis-
sion is $6; a hand stamp will
re-admit patrons the entire
weekend. For more infor-
mation, visit the Web site at
www.countryfolkart.com.
*Rattleshake: This band
will perform rock'n' roll at 9
p.m. at Peanuts Restaurant
and Sports Bar, 421 Flagler
Ave., New Smyrna Beach.
For more information, call
(386) 423-1469.

SATURDAY, JAN. 13
*Dollhouse and Minia-
tures Flea Market: A sale
especially for crafters and
collectors of miniatures and
builders of scale models
and dollhouses will be held
from 9 a.m.-3 p.m., at FOE
Eagle No. 3800, 190 S. Nova
Road, Ormond Beach. Pre-
sented by Daytona Ideal
Miniature Enthusiasts,
admission is $2. For more
information, call (386) 228-
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*Gailforce: Volusia
County's top female duo
will perform from 8-10 p.m.
at Brooklyn Ice Caf6, 4649
Clyde Morris Blvd., Unit
601, entrance off of Herbert
Street. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 322-3306.
*Scenic Trolley Tours of
Ormond Beach: Sponsored
by the Ormond Beach His-
torical Trust, this tour will
cover more than 30 histori-
cal sites, including the
Fairchild Oak and the Three
Chimneys. The tour will
begin at 9:30 a.m. Tickets
are $15 for adults, $13.50 for
seniors and $5 for children
ages 5-12. All tours begin at
the Casements parking lot,
25 Riverside Drive, Ormond
Beach. Reservations are
required. For reservations or
more information, call (386)
677-7005.
*Beer Tastival: Tailgate in
style from 4-8 p.m. at the
Marine Discovery Center's
Brannon Center, 105 S.
Riverside Drive, New Smyr-
na Beach. The NFL playoff
game will be shown on
wide-screen TVs. A Boston
Whaler boat raffle drawing
and door prizes will be
available. Tickets cost $25
per person at the door.
Price includes exotic beer
tasting, food and two free
draft beers or wine. Pro-
ceeds will benefit the
Marine Discovery Center.
For tickets and more infor-
mation, call (386) 428-4828
or visit MDC at 162 N.
Causeway, New Smyrna
Beach.
*Kids Day on Canal
Street: This event will be
held from 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
and will feature a perform-
ance from the Beu Sisters.
The East Coast Cruisers car
show will take place from 4-
8 p.m. A bounce house and
rock-climbing wall will also
.be available. For more infor-
mation, call (800) 541-9621.
*Rattleshake: This band
will perform rock'n' roll at 9
p.m. at Peanuts Restaurant
and Sports Bar, 421 Flagler
Ave., New Smyrna Beach.
For more information, call
(386) 423-1469.
*Ballroom Dance: The
Greater Daytona Chapter of
USA Dance will host this
event from 7-10:30 p.m. at
City Island Recreation Cen-
ter, 108 E. Orange Ave., Day-
tona Beach. The cost is $6
for members and $8 for
non-members. Attire is
dressy casual. Singles and
couples may attend. For
more information, call (386)
756-8433.
+Steak Dinner: The Sons
of the Legion will host this
dinner from 5-7 p.m. at
American Legion Post 270,
119 Howes St., Port Orange.


Music will be available from
6-10 p.m. For tickets and
more information, call (386)
788-6800.
*Home, Decor & More
Ultimate Craft Show:
Country Folk Art will pres-
ent this event from 10 a.m.-
5 p.m. at the Daytona Beach
Ocean Center. The show
will feature artisan-
exhibitors from across 'the
country, showcasing an
array of home fashions and
decorating accents such as
handcrafted furniture,
quilts, floral arrangements,
traditional and fine art, jew-
elry, trendy clothing, gour-
met delights, handmade
soaps and candles. Admis-
sion is $5; a hand stamp will
re-admit patrons the entire
weekend. For more infor-
mation, visit the Web site at
www.countryfolkart.com.

SUNDAY, JAN. 14
*Jazz Lunch: Jazz saxo-
phonist Richard Young will
perform from 12:30-2:30
p.m. at Brooklyn Ice Cafe,
4649 Clyde Morris Blvd.,
Unit 601, entrance off of
Herbert Street. For more
information, call (386) 322-
3306.
*Home, Decor & More
Ultimate Craft Show:
Country Folk Art will pres-
ent this event from 10 a.m.-
4 p.m. at the Daytona Beach
Ocean Center. The show
will feature artisan-
exhibitors from across the
country, showcasing an
array of home fashions and
decorating accents such as
handcrafted furniture,
quilts, floral arrangements,
traditional and fine art, jew-
elry, trendy clothing, gour-
met delights, handmade
soaps and candles. Admis-
sion is $5. For more infor-
mation, visit the Web site at
www.countryfolkart.com.

TUESDAY, JAN. 16
*Singer-guitarist Bob
Wind: This performer will
take the stage from noon to
3 p.m. at HotSpot Coffee
Shoppe, 1216 S. Ridgewood
Ave., Daytona Beach. An
open mic session will also
take place. There is no cover
charge. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 236-0518.
+Halifax River Eco-
Cruise on the River Queen
II: This event will feature a
discussion of the area's
weather and reminiscences
of Dave Marsh's 30-plus-
year career as Channel 2's
chief meteorologist. Tickets
for the rescheduled cruise
are available from the River
Queen II office at Halifax
Harbor Marina for $30 or
two for $50. The two-hour
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cruise will offer refresh-
ments as well as the oppor-
tunity to interact with Mr.
Marsh.

WEDNESDAY, JAN. 17
*Cuba After Castro Part II:
This follow-up forum will
be held from 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
in the Theater Center
(Building 220) on the DBCC
Daytona Beach Campus,
1200 W. International
Speedway Blvd. As events
rapidly change in Cuba, the
question is, what next?
Forum participants will
include Sen. Mel Martinez,
Terry McCoy, director of the
Latin American Business
Environment Program at
the University of Florida,
Lisandro Perez, founder of
the Cuban Research Insti-
tute at Florida International
University, Daniel' Erikson,
senior associate for U.S.
policy and director of
Caribbean programs and
inter-American dialogue in
Washington, D.C., Luis
Martinez Fernandez, direc-
tor of Latin American,
Caribbean and Latino stud-
ies program at the Universi-
ty of Central Florida, and
Paolo Spadoni, from Rollins
College. The event is free to
the public. For more infor-
mation, call (386) 506-3141.
*Open Mic Poetry: This
event, hosted by Charles
Griffin, will take place from
7:30-9 p.m. at HotSpot Cof-
fee Shoppe, 1216 S. Ridge-
wood Ave., Daytona Beach.
An open mic session will
also take place. There is no
cover charge. For more
information, call (386) 236-
0518.

THURSDAY, JAN. 18
+Wes Malone and Bob
Wind: These singer-gui-
tarists will perform at 7 p.m.
at HotSpot Coffee Shoppe,
1216 S. Ridgewood Ave.,
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place. There is no cover
charge. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 236-0518.
*Old-Fashioned Tea
Party: The St. Brendan
Women's Club will host this
event at noon in the Ban-
quet Room, St. Brendan
Church, 1000 Oceanshore
Blvd., Ormond Beach. The
cost is $6. The public may
attend. For reservations, call
(386) 212-4150.
*Steve Hutter Perfor-
mance: The Cajun King of
Sax will perform from 7-10
p.m. at Brooklyn Ice Caf6,
4649 Clyde Morris Blvd.,
Unit 601, entrance off of
Herbert Street. For more
information, call (386) 322-
3306.
*Dave Brubeck Quartet
and Ramsey Lewis Trio:
These jazz icons will per-
form at 6 p.m., with a VIP
reception for gala ticket
holders only, followed by a
7:30 p.m. performance at
the Mary McLeod Bethune
Performing Arts Center, 698
W International Speedway
Blvd., Daytona Beach. Dave
Brubeck is a jazz pianist,
and at 86, is still touring
and releasing albums. The
Dave Brubeck Quartet pro-
duced the first million-sell-
ing jazz tune, "Take Five."
In addition to Mr. Brubeck,
Ramsey Lewis will play dur-
ing the gala concert. His
career includes five gold
records and three Gram-
mys. Gala tickets, which
include aVIP reception and
class-A seats at the per-
formance, are $200. Single
tickets for the performance
only are $59, $49, $39 and
$29. The event will benefit
the Florida International
Festival. For more informa-
tion, call the CFCE box
office at (386) 257-7790,
visit 212 S. Beach St., Day-
tona Beach, or visit the Web
site atwww.fif-lso.org.

ONGOING EVENTS
*Anime Nights at Anime
House: A selection of
Anime viewing will take


place for three hours on a
projector screen at 7 p.m.
each Saturday. The cost is
$2. The Anime House is
located at 1757 N. Nova
Road, Unit 101, Holly Hill.
For more information, visit
the Web site atwww.anime-
houseshop.com.
*Art Show: This event,
hosted by Daytona Beach
Leisure Services, will take
place from 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
the last Saturday of each
month on Beach Street in
Daytona Beach. For more
information, call (386) 671-
3400.
*Art Walk on Flagler:
This free outdoor event,
hosted by the Gallery
Group of Flagler Avenue, is
presented from 10 a.m.-5
p.m. on the fourth Saturday
of each month. Visiting
artists, children's activities,
street musicians, a free
prize drawing and ample
parking will be available
along the five blocks from
the river to the ocean. For
more information and an
artist application, call (386)
428-2150 or visit the web
site at www.flaglergallery-
group.com.
+Breakfast Buffet: The
Veterans of Foreign Wars
Post 4250 Ladies Auxiliary
will serve a breakfast buffet
from 8-11 a.m. each Sun-
day at 2350 Sunset Drive,
New Smyrna Beach. The
breakfast is all-you-can-
eat. For more information,
call (386) 423-1789.
*Card and game playing:
Space will be available on
Monday from 1-4 p.m. and
Tuesday and Thursdays
from 1-3 p.m. at the Pig-
gotte Community Center in
South Daytona. The public
is welcome and should
bring cards and games.
Admission is free. For more
information, call (386) 322-
3070.
*Classic Car Show: Pre-
sented by A Wet Spot, 241
N. U.S. 1, Ormond Beach,
each Thursday from 5-9
p.m. $1 hot dogs and $1
drafts. Johnny Five will per-
form 50s and 60s music. For


more information, call
(386) 676-2090.
*Charity Bingo: Ladies
Auxiliary of Holly Hill
Eagles No. 4033 will host
Bingo each Sunday at 2
p.m. at 1250 N. Nova Road.
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*Comedy Auction with
Big Tom: Peanuts Restau-
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Flagler Ave., New Smyrna
Beach, presents this event
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more information, call
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 2007 HOMETOWN NEWS


RUTHIE DAVIDSON
Parenting


Get fit

with your

family

D id you know that 9
million children and
more than half of our
adults in this country are
overweight?
We all know what the
contributing factors are for
this trend, but what can we
do to stop it?
The effects of obesity,
even mild, can be devastat-
ing to our children. You
would think that kids don't
start to notice until the teen
years, but not so. Even
elementary-age kids will
pick out any slight flaws in
bodily image and pick, pick,
pick.
The self-image of the
victim becomes a wound
that can never heal. As soon
as one child hurts him or
her and he or she starts to
recover, another comes
along and spews another
insult that tears off the fresh
scab, and then another and
another, until little is left but
a gaping wound that may
only someday scar over
when childhood ends, but
will never be forgotten.
As parents, we need to
take this problem seriously.
There is little in life that can
affect our kids as greatly as a
crippled self-esteem. Not to
mention the overwhelming
number of health problems,
leading to death, that result
from being overweight. We
dori't let our kids smoke, but
yetwe overfeed them,
which is just as deadly!
So, where can we start?
Here are a few ideas:
1. Switch to skim milkif
your child is at least 2 years
old.
2. Start using whole wheat
breads andpastas; the
white stuff is quickly
converted to fat as soon as it
enters our body. I even
stock up on light, whole
) See DAVIDSON, B5


Romancing the Stove

with Arlene Borg, the Grammy Guru

Delicious, healthy quiches, a great
appetizer and a gelatin salad


add only a little fat.
When cream is
required, substitute
evaporated skim
milk, undiluted or
Land O' Lakes fat-free
half and half.You
cannot omit whole
eggs entirely. Ihave '
found that anything -
that has a custard-
like consistency must
have at least one egg
yolk to rise properly
In looking through
myrecipes, I found
one using biscuit mix I used low-
fat biscuit mix and reduced the oil
slightly. It's both delicious and
easy.
Quiche makes a delicious meal
when served with assorted fresh
fruits and melons or a gelatin
salad. It can be prepared and
baked in advance and heated in
the oven just before serving.
Enjoy! See you next week

EGGPLANT SPREAD (NIB)
1 large or 2 medium eggplants,
unpeeled
2 medium size cloves garlic,
peeled
Salt and pepper
2 dashes nutmeg
1/4-cup olive oil
2 sprigs parsley, chopped
Juice of 1/2 lemon
Cut eggplant in half lengthwise
and grill in a 450-degree oven for
35-40 minutes.
Peel soft eggplant and mash in
food processor with garlic, salt,
pepper and nutmeg. Slowly drizzle
in oil for a thick puree. Add
chopped parsley and lemon juice.
Served chilled.


H ello, smart shoppers. I
hope youhad a good
week!
I am available for talks. Call the
paper at (772) 465-5656.
Be sure to read the ordering
instructions for my cookbook at
the end of the column.
Today's column will give you a
wonderful appetizer, thanks to
ChristyWatts.
Then we will enter a forbidden
world for those of you who must
watch the fat and cholesterol.
We're going to make quiche. Stick
with me; Iwill give you alternatives
that will allowyou to eat this
normally high-fat, high-choles-
terol food.
I have spent manyhours
checking recipes, adding, chang-
ing and subtracting to see if alow-
fat quiche could be accomplished.
I came up with one that turned
out to be more bread than quiche.
No good.
I finally created recipes that will
make all quiche lovers happy The
major source of fat is in the crust. If
there is a low-fat crust out there, I
can't find it. Remember, when I
speak of fat, many times I'm
referring to saturated fat.
Most fat-free cheeses taste like
wax and will not melt Kraft fat-
free slices are really good, and they
melt the way cheese should. They
come in American, Swiss, cheddar
and mozzarella.
Romano and Parmesan cheeses
are high in fat, and the amount
can be reduced if you choose. I
have yet to find a suitable substitu-
tion.
The quiche can be made without
the crust. Simply treat a pan with
cooking pray first. If you prefer it
with a crust, as I do, make sure
most ofthe other ingredients are
low in fat or fat-free. The crust will


STAR SCOPES
James Tucker


Week of 01-12-07

Aries-March 21-April 19
Knowing what you want and then going after it
has brought you many rewards over the years.
There is no sign of slowing down. Luck doesn't
have much to do with it. Good old-fashioned val-
ues and a lot of hard work has everything to do
with it. You have it going in your favor. It's your
personal courage and initiative. This inspires oth-
ers around you to do the same. The coming year


SPINACH QUICHE
Regular or low-fat
Serves 4 as a meal,
6 as a side dish


1 deep dish frozen pie shell
S(thawed)
1/2-10-ounce packagofrozen
chopped spinach
3 tablespoons chopped scal-
lions
4 slices Swiss cheese, regular,
low-fat or fat-free
2 slices American cheese,
regular, low-fat or fat-free
1/4-cup grated Romano or
parmesan.cheese
1 teaspoon canola oil or cooking
spray
1 tablespoon flour
1 cup heavy cream, evaporated
skim milk (undiluted) or fat-free
Half and half
3 eggs or 1 large egg plus 2/3-cup
egg substitute
1 teaspoon salt
1/2-teaspoon pepper
1/4-teaspoon dried basil
1 teaspoon parsley flakes
Preheat oven and a cookie sheet

I See ROMANCING, B4


will open up lots of new doors and adventures.
Keep it going. You can do it.

Taurus-April 20-May 20
You can't change another person. You can change
your reactions and how you handle things coming
your way. Keep a lighter touch when faced with
challenges. Say. "This too shall pass." Stay cen-
tered, no matter what comes your way. Refuse to
let the world or negative attitudes pull you down
or stress you out. Stay above the small stuff. You
have more important things to do with your life,
thank you.

Gemini-May 21-June 20
When you begin to get sidetracked, take a step
back, catch a second wind, regroup and move for-
ward again. You have grown a lot in the past year.
More is on.the way. There is still a ways to go
before you realize your greatest dreams. Now is
not the time to get stuck or give up. Make a little
quality time every day to do something you love


Smart Shopping:
The Guru's
Money-saving
Tips
Will those who throw their spices
away after a year or two please
stand up? I knew it; not one of you
did. The cost of spices today is
outrageous, and unless something
in the jar is walking or growing, I
never replace it. The only thing that
can happen is they lose some of
their strength, so use a little more,.
except for baking powder and
baking soda.


The Guru's
Special Hint
Any food that is a custard must
have at least one egg yolk to help
it rise.


Gelatsa


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To Your Health

Don't eat black licorice if you have
high blood pressure; it can cause
serious complications.


just for fun or relaxation. Use recent success as a
springboard to reach the next level and you will
continue to grow.

Cancer-June 21-July 22
You are a winner in life. Why? Because you carry
courage, conviction, integrity and love in your
heart. Your strong conscience and loyalty always
makes you want to do the right thing, whether it
works out or not.'Focus on the new goals recently
set in your personal, professional and social life.
Because of your helpfulness to others, the uni-
verse is ready to bring you accelerated growth,
vision and abundance more than ever before.

Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
Just be patient and go with the flow. Others
around you are growing. So are you. You are on
the right track. You know what you want and you
continue to make good things happen. Your time

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ne night, back in
our peninsula's
early years, a"
young man named John
Anderson (who eventu-
ally built the Ormond
Hotel) was walking
across the Ormond
Bridge when there was a
sudden, heavy down-
pour that Florida is
famous for.
What happened next
so impressed him that
he wrote about it for the
newspaper: "Immedi-
ately, as far as the eye
could reach on either
side, the river burst into
myriads of fiery dia-
monds. It was startling
and bewildering. It was
merely the phosphores-
cence of the water, but
the effect was magnifi-
cent."
Early tourist Ned
McLean* knew all about
such gems; his wife,
Evalyn, owned the Hope
Diamond.
Fortunately for the
McLeans, purchases
such as this were possi-
ble because Ned was the
heir to the Washington
Post fortune.
Unfortunately for the
McLeans, the Hope
Diamond was reputed
to be cursed.
Earlier owners had
included King Louis XV
(and we all remember
what happened to him),
King George IV (who
died leaving his estate
in shambles), Henry
Philip Hope (who
passed away a mere two


Walsh McLean died at
the age of 60.
*In 1917, Ned and a
bunch ofVIPs, including
PresidentWarren G.
Harding, arrived in
Ormond via Mr.
McLean's yacht. They
docked the vessel and
played a round of golf at
the Ormond Beach Golf
Links, now known as
Oceanside Country
Club.
Day trip: On Friday,
Jan. 19, Dr. Richard
Kurin, author of "Hope
Diamond: the Leg-
endary History of a
Cursed Gem" (Smith-
sonian/Harper Collins)
will speak at the Muse-
um of Arts and Sciences
in Daytona. His lecture
is part of the museum's
13th annual Antique
Show and Sale.
Call (386) 255-0285for.
details, and save me a
seat!

Marian Tomblin is the
author of The Mystery at
Hotel Ormond, Where's
Capone's Cash? and
Manatee Moon, all
selectedfor community-
wide literacy campaigns.
Her latest book, Bull on
the Beach!, is a compila-
tion of historical anec-
dotes discovered while
researching her novels.
For more information
on Mrs. Tomblin's books
or to have her speak at
your next meeting,
contact her atwww.Mar-
ianSTomblin.com or at
(386) 615-0493.


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Harry Rolland

Harry E Rolland, 79, of
Port Orange, died Friday,
Dec. 29, 2006.
He was born Dec. 26,
1927, to the late Harry and
Leona Rolland in Nashua,
N.H.
A United States military
veteran, he served in the
Merchant Marines during
World War II.
After an honorable dis-
charge, he began a 35-year
career with Duracrete
Block Company in Hook-
sett, N.H. Mr. Rolland was
later employed by HADCO
Corporation in Derry,
N.H., until his retirement.
Survivors include his
wife of 58 years, Madeline;
children, Raymond Rol-
land of New Hampshire,
Barbara Gosselin of New
Hampshire, Robert Rol-
land of Florida, and
Denise Legassie of New
Hampshire; two sisters,
Irma Beauregard and
Anne Merrill; 12 grand-
children; 10 great-grand-
children; and several
nieces and nephews. He
was preceded in death by
his sister, Arlis Merrill.
Condolences may be
shared with the family at
www.lohmanfuneral-
homes.com.
Arrangements were
under the direction of
Lohman Funeral Home
Daytona.

Eugene Alan Puhl

Eugene Alan "Skip" Puhl,
82, of Port Orange, died
Saturday, Dec. 30, 2006.
Mr. Puhl was born in
Pittsburgh and moved to
this area in 1977.
He served in the Army
Air Corps during World
War II and retired as a con-
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years after claiming the
gem), etc.
The McLeans were not
exempt from the curse:
Within a year of pur-
chasing the Hope
Diamond, Mrs. McLean
Sr. (Ned's mother)
promptly and unex-
pectedly died.
Evalyn had her bauble
blessed by a priest, but
to no avail.
In 1919, their 10-year-
old son, Vinson, was
struck by a car in front
of their mansion and
killed.
1929: the McLeans
separated.
1932: The Washington
Post was sold at an
auction.
1941: Ned died in a
sanatorium from brain
atrophy due to alcohol
saturation.
1946: Evalyn's only
daughter died of a drug
overdose at the age of
25.
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Antique appraisal
event scheduled

The Friends of the Port
Orange Regional Library will
present "What's ItWorth?"
antique appraisal from 10
a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday, Jan.
13, at the Port Orange
Regional LibraryAuditori-
um, 1005 City Center Circle.
Categories will include art,
jewelry and general items of
interest. There is a limit of
two items per category.
The cost is $5 per item.
For more information, call
(386) 322-5152.

AARP driver safety
program planned

AARP will host a driver
safety program from 10 a.m.
to 2 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 18,
and Friday, Jan. 19, at 1275
La Costa Village Blvd., Port
Orange.
Road rage, aggressive
driving, driving risks,
physical and mental
limitations, alcohol and
medications and new laws
will be discussed.
This class is designed to
help mature drivers sharpen
and maintain good driving
skills and to prevent or
reduce the number and
severity of accidents.
A certificate of completion
given at the end of the
course may qualify gradu-
ates for discounts on auto
insurance premiums.
The course costs $10,
which includes materials.
Pre-payment and pre-
registration are required due
to limited class size.
To register call (386) 767-
4884.

Marine Science
Center offers
educational study

The Volusia County
Marine Science Center, 100
Lighthouse Drive, Ponce
Inlet, will host educational
opportunities in January.
Participants will learn
about the right whale's diet,
populations, reproduction,
migration and regulations to
ensure their protection at 1
p.m., Saturday, Jan. 13.
Adults mayjoin the MSC
staff for a presentation on
the basics of bird watching
inVolusia County at 11 a.m.,
Wednesday, Jan. 17. Partici-
pants will learn the tools of
the trade while checking out
common birds ofVolusia


County. Proper avian
terminology and anatomy
will be discussed to help
novice bird watchers get
started with the bird-
watching hobby.
All programs are open to
the public, and registration
fees may apply.
For advance registration or
more information, call(386)
304-5529 or visit the Web site
at
marinesciencecenter.com.

Artist to entertain
at library

Don Nedobeck, artist,
storyteller and musician,
will be at The Port Orange
Regional Library Auditori-
um at 3:30 p.m., Wednesday,
Jan. 17.
Mr. Nedobeckwill sketch
cats and other animals and
his caricatures.
Students in upper ele-
mentary school and middle
school pay attend.
For more information, call
(386) 322-5152, Ext. 4.
For more information
aboutMr. Nedobeck, visit the
Web site at
www.nedobeck.com.

Chinese auction slated

The Elkhearts of Port
Orange will hold its seventh
annual Chinese auction and
luncheon from 11 a.m. to 3
p.m., Saturday, Jan. 20, at the
Elks Lodge, 5207 S. Ridge-
wood Ave.
There will be more than
100 items to bid on. Pro-
ceeds will benefit many
local charities.
Chicken and rice, salad
and a dessert will be served
at noon. A donation of $7 is
suggested. Reservations are
not required.
For ticket information, call
(386) 763-9136.

Taps' in the rain

A memorial service was
held Saturday, Jan. 6, for
Wallace E Macgregor, a
highly decorated United
States Air Force fighter pilot
duringWorldWar II and the
KoreanWar, at the bar and
canteen at theVeterans of
ForeignWar Post 3282,5810
S. Williamson Blvd., Port
Orange.
The alter was set up on a
pool table that held his urn
of ashes and displayed
photographs of friends and
family and Mr. Macgregor's
decorations, including the


Duplicate bridge


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

The winners of the Jan. 2
duplicate bridge game at
the Port Orange Adult Cen-
ter include, for the north
south division, Art Yellico
and Bob O'Brien, first
place, and Ginny Mackin
and Jinny Rawlins, second
place. Winners for the east
west division are Dee
Davis and Jack Siegel, first
place, and Pat McKay and
Terri O'Connell, second


place.
The winners of the Jan. 4
Ponce Inlet Community
Center duplicate bridge
game include Dee Davis
and Suzie Hagey, first
place, and Kitty Lantz and
Barbara Craig, second
place.
For more information,
please call Dee Davis at
(386) 760-3207 or send an
e-mail to
drsuzie777@aol.com.
No partner needed.


Silver Star Medal and the
Flying Cross.
The VFW Post 3282 honor
guard was in dress uniform
with Ml rifles in formation
at parade rest in the parking
lot.
Post chaplain Ed Deigan
and Cmdr. Bill Skrobe read
prayers and memorial
citations to honor this fallen
veteran. The American flag
was folded in the customary
triangle and was presented
to fiends, Debbie and Dana
Wilson, who shared their
home in Port Orange with
Mr. Macgregor for the past
18 years.
In a heavy rain, Honor
Guard Capt. Frank Fritz gave
the commands to his honor
guard: seven riflemen fired
three shots in succession
denoting a 21-gun salute.
"Taps" was performed by
bugler Jim Peringer.
Bag piper Henry Boyd,
dressed as a Scottish
highlander, played "Danny
Boy" and "Amazing Grace."

Representative helps
install solar photovoltaic
panels

Rep. Dorothy L. Hukill, R-
Port Orange, helped install
solar photovoltaic panels
and accepted the state
rebate application from
Arthur Kowitz of Arthur
Kowitz Realty Jan. 4.
Rep. Hukill championed
legislation during the 2006,
session that is now provid-
ing rebates from the state
for the installation of solar
photovoltaic systems. The
commercial building
located in Holly Hill will
have 156 panels producing
28,080 watts every hour
when the project is com-
pleted.
Rep. Hukill will introduce
legislation during the 2007
legislative session that will
continue to bring awareness
and incentives to promote
the use of renewable energy
in Florida.
Contact Rep. Hukill's
district office for additional
information.

-For Hometown News


Classical guitarist to
perform at
Our Lady of Hope

The Port Orange/South
Daytona Rotary Club will
present Peter Fletcher,
classical guitar virtuoso, at
3:30 p.m., Sunday, Jan. 14,
at Our Lady of Hope
Catholic Church, 4675 S.
Clyde Morris Blvd., Port
Orange.
This concert will feature
music he will perform on
his NewYork debut recital
atWeill Recital Hall at
Caregie Hall in February.
Repertoire will include
transcriptions of the
French composer Francois
Couperin and Louis
Couperin, J.S. Bach,
Francisco Tarrega and
"Variations on a Theme of
Mozart" by the Spanish
guitarist and composer
Fernando Sor.
The concert will culmi-
nate with contemporary
work for classical guitar,
"Koyunbaba" by the Italian
guitarist and composer
Carlo Domeniconi.
A "meet the artist"
reception will follow the
concert.
Tickets cost $10. This
concert is in memory of
Port Orange/South
Daytona Rotarian Michael
Keemar, and proceeds will
benefit Rotary Interna-
tional Polio Plus.
For more information,
call (386) 788-6144, Ext.
314.
For more information
about Mr Fletcher, visit the
Web site atwww.peter-
fletcher.com.

Rummage and bake
sale slated

The Epiphany Council of
Catholic Women will host
a Rummage and Trunk
Sale from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.,
Friday, Jan. 19, and
Saturday, Jan. 20, at


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also be held. Lunch will be
available for purchase.
Rummage items for this
multi-family rummage and
trunk sale will be accepted
from 9 a.m. to noon each
Mondayin Father Smith
Hall.
For more information,
call (386) 761- 7645 or (386)
760-3271.

Harpist performance
scheduled

The Second Sunday
Music series, hosted by
Port Orange United
Church of Christ, will be
held at 3 p.m., Sunday,Jan.
14, at 651 Taylor Road.
Harpist Melody Long
Anglin will perform. She
has played with Chip Davis
and the Mannheum


Steamroller and the Queen
of England's Guards and
Trumpeters.
This free event is open to
the public.
For more information,
call (386) 788-0920.

Comparative religion
series planned

Comparative religion
classes are held at 1 p.m.
and 7 p.m. each Thursday
at Port Orange United
Church of Christ, 651
Taylor Road.
"Quantum Physics,
Eastern Religions and
Spirituality for the 21st
Century" will be discussed,
led by the Rev. JimWillis.
All classes are free to the
public. The series will
continue for five weeks.
For more information,
call (386) 788-0920.

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about the future outcome.
Trust your instincts, speak
from the heart and walk your
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does your life. Refuse to let
fear, doubt or indecision hold
you back and rob you of
peace of mind. You are earthy
with a strong sense of pur-
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and can have it.

Libra-Sept. 23-Oct.22
This is your message from the
universe this week. Say this
our loud each day upon aris-
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peace, love, health and pros-
perity. I gladly share my bless-
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each day to be alone with my
source to heal, renew and be
inspired. This is my day. I will
make the best of all that I
have been given. I see good
in myself and all others I
meet. I surrender my will and
let the universe work through
me. Now everyone is truly
blessed and more is on the
way."

Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov. 21
The moon in Scorpio gives


you an emotional boost just
when you need it the most.
The holidays are over and the
new year has begun. Write
down your goals for the new
year. Gird yourself with the
necessary tools and equip-
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wonderful adventures filled
with the hope and promise of
much success. Let the main
goal be to continue your own
spiritual growth first. You are
special too you know. Follow
your heart, and you will pros-
per greatly.

Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21
Your main challenge is to
take care of your health and
find ways to balance your
active life. You don't have to
be all things to all people
anymore. Make a list each
night of your main priorities
and affirm them out loud.
This creates a rippling effect
in the energy surrounding the
ideas being addressed. Then
when you take action and
there is pain, struggle or
hardship you know that this
one doe not have the bless-
ing. Back off and try some-
thing else until you see posi-
tive results.

Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19
The sun and Mercury are in
your sign wanting to help you
on your journey through life.


Mercury rules the mind and
intellect. You already have
strong thoughts and feelings.
This alignment just adds to
your power. The sun rules the
instincts. It is your solar cen-
ter. This says to not act on
your thoughts without check-
ing on how deeply you feel
about the action at hand. Fol-
low this plan, and you will
see wonderful sure patterns
of action open and come to
pass throughout the year.

Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18
Venus and Neptune in Aquar-
ius give you a strong creative
edge now. This is the perfect
time to begin that new years
goal. Venus rules the heart.
Follow your heart. Do what
you love first and then let this
emotionally charged energy
lift you to even greater
heights. Make the most of
strong, positive energy while
it is there. Like the tides, it
eventually wanes. Neptune's
influence give a sense of bal-
anced rhythm and creative
vision. The next few months
are sure to bring you much
creative. success when you
use it.

Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20
There are several new oppor-
tunities coming your way.
With Uranus in Pisces, the
ones you pursue have a uni-


versal blessing upon them.
Just remember that without
being rooted in and support-
ed by the source you have to
work way too hard trying to
make it happen on your own.
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right in your heart. You have a
huge one. It's your internal
radar. Really listen closely, act
when it feels right, and you
will continue to emerge victo-
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Star visions

Thanks for all your love and
support this past year. I have
a strong feeling that we all
have grown and become a
spiritual family. Let me know
how I can help you. It's a
two-way street, you know.
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again doing readings and
astrology charts from Friday,
Jan. 12 through Sunday, Jan.
28. I would love to see you
there. It's on Southern
Boulevard, five miles west of
Interstate 95 in West Palm
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University names
local student to
dean's list

Johnson & Wales
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Polemeni of South
Daytona, who is pursu-
ing a bachelor's degree in
culinary arts nutrition
from the College of
Culinary Arts at the
Providence Campus, has
been named to'the dean's
list for the fall term.
To receive dean's list
commendation, students
must earn a cumulative
grade point average of
3.4 or above.
With an enrollment of
more than 16,000 stu-
dents, Johnson & Wales
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Providence, R.I., north
Miami, Denver and
Charlotte, N.C.
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From page B1


wheat bread because it cuts
the calories in half, and I
don't even notice.
3. Serve water with meals
instead of milk or juice. It
cuts calories, as well as
hydrates the body, and it
washes down fat. Require
your children to drinkit all
before any second servings.
This ensures that they take
the time to realize how full
they really are. To make up
for the calcium, give kids a
chewable vitamin or serve
one serving a day of
calcium- and vitamin-D-
fortified orange juice. It also
provides 135 percent of our
necessary vitamin C.
4. Serve a light soup or
broth at the beginning of
dinner. This will significant-
ly curb your children's
appetites with a lot less
calories than a larger
portion of the regular meal.
5. Serve fresh vegetables.
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If you cook them, the
healthiest way is to use a
steamer; again, it helps
retain the vitamins. The
second best in vegetables is
frozen; canned are low in
nutritional value, but
certainly better than
nothing if that's all you've
got. Also, keep bags of baby
carrots, celery, broccoli,
apples, bananas, grapes,
anything kids can grab to -
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baseball, football, tennis)
or a dance/ gymnastics


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If they are nearing the
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Make sure you add lots of
cardio. Get up early and
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your kids, or save it for an
evening event three or four
times a week. Simply
walking will cause a bit of


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dominium manager.
He was a member of the
Port Orange Presbyterian
Church, 50-year member
of the American Legion
Post 116, Pittsburgh, Aval-
on Lodge 657 Free and
Accepted Masons, New
Smyrna Lodge 149 F&AM,
Order of Eastern Star
Chapter 3, New Smyrna
Beach, and OES Chapter
16 DeLand, Scottish Rite
Consistory, White Shrine
of Jerusalem No. 10, Bahia
Shrine Center, Orlando,
and New Smyrna Beach
Shrine Club.
He is survived by his wife
of 60 years Jean; sons,
Robert and his wife, Geri,
of Walkersville Md., John
and his wife, Diana, of
Roswell, Ga., William and
his wife, Geraldine, of
Yardley Pa., and Edward
and his wife, Myra, of


Mandeville La.; 11 grand-
children and eight great-
grandchildren.
A celebration of life and
Masonic funeral rite was
held Friday, Jan. 5, at Bald-
win Brothers Memorial
Chapel with the Rev. Rad-
ford Rader of Port Orange
Presbyterian Church and
New Smyrna Lodge 149
F&AM officiating. Com-
mittal was at Florida
National Cemetery.
Memorial donations are
requested to Shriners'
Children's Hospitals, 1111
S. Orange St., New Smyrna
Beach, FL 32168.
Send condolences at
www.BaldwinBros.net
Baldwin Brothers
Memorial Care Services, 1
N. Causeway, New Smyrna
Beach, was in charge of
arrangements.

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PORT ORANGE The
Atlantic Sharks basketball
team headed back to
school this week after the
holiday break with some-
thing it had never had
before.
The Sharks (11-3) are
ranked No. 2 in the state in
the latest Class 4A ranking.
'All of this is pretty much
unchartered water for us,"
said Atlantic coach Brian
Morris. "We really don't
have a lot of tradition.
We've never been here
before."
The Christmas break
didn't go exactly how Mor-
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The Sharks pushed their
winning streak to 11 with a
63-48 win over Ferguson
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sic, but the streak fell the
next day in a 36-30 loss to


Salem of Virginia.
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itive.
"We're playing pretty
well right now," Morris
said.
"The key is we're playing
as a team."
It was a total team effort
against Ferguson as the
Sharks were able to play
12 players.
Walt Torrence led the
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with. 18 points and 10
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everybody three times; by
the third game, you basi-
cally know everything they
do and they don't do, so it
comes down to wanting it


more."
The Lady Falcons got
their first look at fifth-
ranked conference oppo-
nent Santa Fe on the road
in Gainesville on Wednes-
day, and travel to last
year's Mid-Florida Confer-
ence co-champion Central
Florida Community Col-
lege in Ocala on Saturday.
"Since we have our first
two conference games on
the road, that will be
hard," coach Stephanie
Smith said. "But we've
scouted, and we know
what is in our conference
and we know what we
have. There are five teams,
and this year's conference
is really up for grabs. I
would not say that there is
a dominant team, or a
poor team. You can proba-
bly lose four or five
(games) and still win the
conference. But it is very
important to win all of our
home games and sneak in


a couple on the road. With
our first two games on the
road, you don't want to get
into a hole early."
To date, the Lady Fal-
cons have had a dream
season compared to last
year's injury-plagued ros-
ter. This season, DBCC
has two players on the
bench with injuries.
"Latasha Hayward is out
again. She was out last
year with an (anterior cru-
ciate ligament injury), and
Adrianne Griffith went out
in the second game of the
year. She would probably
be starting inside and
averaging double figures
and double boards, so that
was a huge loss," coach
Smith said.
But with a deeper bench
this year, the Lady Falcons
have been able to fill those
positions at guard and for-
ward. Now, Smith is look-
ing for her key players to
ramp up their statistics on


the court. Starting center
Madina AlL averages more
than 19 points'a game and
had a season-high 30
points with 10 rebounds
against Chipola last week-
end. But you won't find
another DBCC player on
the state's top scoring list
until No. 25 Radoslava
Bachvarova, who averages
12 points per game.
"We have three or four
other players in double
figures, but I would rather
see (Ali) get 20, and a couL
ple of other kids get in
Double figures. We are try-
ing to depend on more of
our key players to get it
done," coach Smith said.
The Lady Falcons return
to their home court at the
Lemerand Center Jan. 17
to play No. 10 Seminole
Community College. The
game begins at 6 p.m.
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mullet for the latter.
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Practice may make perfect during busy season


This is not only the
best time of year for
golf, but the worst as
well.
The weather is perfect
right now for golf: Not too
hot; not too cold; just
right. In fact, I believe that
I saw the Three Bears over
ion the 12th fairway.
i The problem this time of
year is everyone wants to
play golf, so the courses
are crowded and the
economics of supply and
demand are at their
greatest.
What to do? Well, there is
an old saying that you
should "Practice to play,
not play to practice." Here
is your chance to get that
game in shape so that
,hen the rates do drop
nd the tee sheets aren't as
l, you will shock your
friends with just how good
'our game has become
during the winter.
We are fortunate enough
to live in an area where
there are many dedicated
ranges or even courses
with practice areas that
allow you to get in some
swings. All you need is
about an hour to hit a
bucket of balls. I can
usually do this during my
lunch hour. I pack a
canned drink, a sandwich
and a piece of fruit to eat
on the way or at the
course. OK, sometimes it's
a brownie instead of a
banana, but I have needs.
With so many courses,
finding one within a few
minutes drive from my
home or office isn't
difficult. The PGA Learn-
ing Center in Port St. Lucie
is a great place to hone
your game. Monterey
Point in Stuart is near


Smith
From page B6
this species, itis time you
gave it a try. They are real
gamers that will try every
jump and spin to throw the
hook and will hit any small-
trolled jig. A fly rod will
provide lots of fun, too.
Closer to home, go to
Eldora for big trout now that
they are legal to take again.
Fish a live finger mullet on
top over deep water to enter
in a contest of wills with a
gator trout. The main
ingredient in that equation
is patience. Trout don't
grow big without learning to
be wary. One may eye your
bait for hours before
deciding to attack, but once
it does, you will have a real
battle on your hands.
Recently, a fishing buddy,
Al, and I went down to the
three bridges south of Port
Orange to put in at the
natural ramp. We slid under
the southernmost bridge
just at daylight on a beauti-
ful, calm morning.
Just past the solitary
house on the west side of


JAMES STAMMER
Golf columnist


downtown and features a
mini-golf course to keep
the kids busy while you
work on the important
stuff. I spend two or more
days each week at Ham-
mock Creek in Palm City.
The course is right down
the street from my office
and sponsors my golf
radio show, so they treat
me just like family. I'll hit
balls one day, chip anoth-
er, and work on smoothing
out my putting stroke
another.
If you'd rather stay
home, try your garage or
backyard. Set up a net or
even an old mattress to hit
balls into. I even know
someone who hung an old
set of drapes from the
ceiling in his garage.
Practicing your putting is
even easier. You can putt
nearly anywhere and get in
some television time while
working on that stroke.
If you prefer a real range,
a bucket of balls should
cost you less than $10.
That's nothing compared
to the price of an actual
round of golf at this time
of the year.
Most dedicated ranges
have lighting so you can


the highway, we could see
fish moving about and
feeding most everywhere
we looked. It was only
minutes before Al hooked a
nice red on his little red and
white Mann plug that
pulled free, leaving him to
just sit and shake his head.
Before he had time to
wallow in his misery too
long, I had hooked a big
ladyfishand was urging him
to get the net. As we contin-
ued to work around count-
less oyster bars and islands,
the action remained fierce.
We each caught and
released an undersized red,
then Al landed a 20-incher.
Both of us caught ladyfish
until I had a heart-stopping
moment just off a man-
grove island.
As I slowly retrieved my
Mirro Lure just under the
water, it was clear by the
water movement that a big
fish was following it in.
When it was about 20 feet
away, a really big red came
into view just inches behind


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the plug. I hollered for Al to
check it out just as it made a
big splash and a U-turn to
leave me empty handed.
I may have uttered a word
not fit to print, but soon
forgot about it as a big jack
took my next offering.
By 9 a.m., the wind had
picked up and the tide had
slowed and the fishing was
done. We saw another boat


get in your practice after
dinner, if you prefer. I take
the bucket of balls to the
chipping and bunker area
and work on those shots.
Then I pick them up and
hit full shots before
heading back to my real
job.
If money is a problem,
there is no cost to use a
putting green at just about
any public club or facility.
In addition, practicing
your putting is the fastest
way to improve your
scores on the course. If
you take two putts per
green, that's 36 shots on
the greens alone. If you
can gain some confidence
with your putter and sink a
few more of those 5-
footers and avoid three-
putting, imagine how
quickly your scores will
drop.
The same goes for
chipping. Most amateurs
miss three-out-of-every-
four greens during a
round. Keeping the feel
and touch that you devel-
op around the green sharp
is one key to scoring well.
How often have you spent
the entire winter without
picking up a club, and find
that the deft scoring touch
you had perfected is
absent from your game for
about the first half-dozen
rounds of the season?
If money is not a big
problem, but time is,
consider getting lessons.
There is a multitude of
teaching professionals
here on Florida's east coast.
Some teach one-on-one,
which can be quite expen-
sive, while others teach in
a less expensive group
setting. You and your


land a small snook, but that
was it.
As we begin the new year,
I will renew my promise to
be as factual as possible. I
will not call bait shops or
guides for the "lair's report."
Instead, I will relate only
catches I can verify or
trends that I have compiled
over the past 35 years.
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friends could approach a
professional about a group
lesson and save a few
dollars. Getting lessons in
this way relieves you of the
worry of embarrassing
yourself in front of
strangers and your entire
foursome stands to gain
some improvement.
All golfers desire to
become better at this
game. What many lack is a
realistic expectation of
what they can get from
lessons. Thanks to televi-
sion, magazines and
books, many golfers feel
that they must be able to
hit a golf ball like Tiger
Woods in order to improve
their game. As a result that
is what they expect their
pro to teach them.
A 60-year-old's body
simply cannot perform like
that of a 20-year-old's. You
should learn what will
work best for your body
and factor in the amount
of time and effort you plan
to put into getting there.
Should you decide on a
lesson and a teaching pro,
make sure that he or she
understands what you
want to accomplish and
have realistic expectations.
It's very important that you
are both on the same page.
Whatever your plan is to
cope with the winter,
remember to enjoy it.
Besides, with enough
winter practice, you could
shock all of your couch-
bound partners once your
season begins.

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


Sharks
From page B6
Morris said. "We're not the
fastest or the biggest team
around, but we've got
chemistry. These guys
don't care who takes the
shots.
They play defense, make
the extra pass and do what
it takes to get the job
done."
Against Ferguson,
Atlantic led only 28-25 at
the half, but a 7-0 run at
the end of the third period
increased a 39-35 advan-
tage of 46-35.
"Defense is the key for
us," Morris said. "We have
to play good team
defense."
It was the offense that let
the Sharks down against
Salem (9-3).
Atlantic fell behind 17-5
at the end of the first
period, then after rally-
ing to within 21-16 at the
half, scored just 14 points
over the final two periods.
Salem scored the first 10
points of the game.
"It seemed like we were
chasing them all night,"


Davidson
From page B5


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Morris said.
The Sharks made just 10
field goals in the game,
shooting 22 percent from
the field for the game, and
also was less than 50 per-
cent from the free throw
line (seven of 15).
Reed was the only
Atlantic player in double
figures with 10 points, Tor-
rence followed with eight
points and Deigan had six.
The Sharks could have
played in a consolation
game the following day,
but decided to cancel
because of over-schedul-
ing. They were scheduled
to have played
I Saint Frances of Mary-
land, but would have had
to cancel a non-confer-
ence game on the sched-
ule at a later date.
"It didn't really make a
lot of sense to play in a
consolation game," Morris
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Romancing
From page B4
1 cup mayonnaise
regular, low-fat or fat-free
1/2 cup milk, regular,
low-fat or evaporated
skim milk (undiluted)
Preheat oven and a
cookie sheet to 375
degrees. Mix together
tuna, cheese and scallions;
place in pie shell. Mix
remaining ingredients
together; slowly pour on
top of tuna mixture or you
can combine all ingredi-
ents and pour in pie shell.
Bake for 45 to 50 minutes.
Let sit 10 minutes before
slicing.

PINEAPPLE-
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SALAD
Serves 4

One 4-serving package
orange gelatin
1 cup water
2 medium carrots, grated
One 8-ounce can
crushed pineapple in its
ownjuice

Disregard instructions
on package of gelatin. Boil
water, mix with gelatin and
stir to dissolve thoroughly.
Add carrots, pineapple
and juice. Pour into gelatin
mold and chill until firm.
Unmold a few hours
before serving by dipping
mold in hot water for a few
seconds and inverting
onto a plate. Chill until
firm.
Serve along with a meal
on top of crisp lettuce
leaves.

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76-year-old Charlie Schlegel, president of the Florida Mas-
ter Mavericks, trains in the pool at least five days a week.
Mr. Schlegel has been swimming since he was 10 years
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division.


Competition and


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BY ANITA BEVINS
Sports writer


World champions, All-
Americans, fitness buffs
and beginners take to
swimming pools in Volusia
County each day to tweak
their strokes, improve
stamina and train for
medals. For some, swim-
ming has been a lifelong
lifestyle. For others, the
pool provides a different
experience from running,
biking and weight training.
Regardless, participants
all agree that being part of
a team enhances that
experience, even after the
age that many swimmers
step off the starting blocks.
."Swimming alone, I can
rationalize my way out of
pushing myself really
hard," said Ormond Beach
resident Scott Bay, an assis-
tant coach and registrar at
Dynoswim.
"Other people help you
achieve your goals better
than you can alone. That is
the pack mentality. If you
say, 'Oh well my shoulder
hurts, I'll rest it today,' then
one day becomes another
and then you haven't been
in the pool for a week."
Dynoswim is one of a few
local club swimming pro-
grams for adults interested
in competing in the United
States Masters Swim pro-
gram. Local masters pro-
grams have long been
established at area YMCAs,
but recently, swimmers
looking for more training
flexibility have joined clubs
such as Dynoswim and the
Florida Mavericks Masters.
Charlie Schlegel, a long-
time fixture on the Volusia
swimming circuit, is presi-
dent of the Mavericks, a
regional club out of St.
Petersburg. Schlegel, an
All-American masters
swimmer, completes a
2500-yard workout at least
five times a week. He
placed in seven events at
last year's USMS national
meet, taking first in the
200-yard backstroke.
"We have about 78-80
members and about 40 of
us are competitive, about
another 10-15 swim
because they are triathletes
and the rest swim because
we are a nice social club.
We have dinners when we
have championship meets
and we make presenta-


tions."
Schlegel works out at the
Daytona Beach Communi-
ty College indoor pool. At
times, Mavericks New
Smyrna Beach swimmer
Brud Cleveland joins him
at the facility. In August,
Cleveland's training paid
off with a world champi-
onship in the 100-meter
freestyle event for 85- to
89-year-old men.
"I "was a springboard
diver in college, so the only
swimming I did was from
the bottom of the pool to
the side. Other than injun-
ior high at the YMCA, did I
ever compete in a race,"
Cleveland said. "After I
turned 55, I started to gei
into this masters program
And in my retirement,
enjoyed the different comr
petition. And I believe
people can live a healthier
life if they find physical
exercise they enjoy and do
it on a regular basis."
Masters swim programs
accommodate different
skill levels and provide
some flexibility in workout
schedules. Schlegel, Cleve-
land, Ruth Thompson and
Gertrude Zint train for the
Mavericks at their own
pace, and on their own
timetable. Bay began
swimming for Dynoswim
because the evening prac-
tice times fit with his work
schedule. The program
also offers training regi-
mens on its Web site.
"We have former college
swimmers, .triathletes and
people who haven't swum
since they were kids," Bay
said. "But we are very laid
back and very accommo-
dating. You get a lot of
instruction. If you are a
beginner, it is not threaten-
ing or intimidating. We are
looking to grow our com-
munity, and to promote
the sport more than any-
thing else. Swimming,
because it builds so much
core strength, comple-
ments other sports. For
injuries, it is great to stay in
shape. It builds that aero-
bic base."
For more information on
adult competitive swim-
ming, visit usms.org, maV-
erickswim.org or
dynoswim.com.

Bevins@Hometown-
newol.com


Smith
From page B7


Starting this year I will
include my personal e-mail
address from time to time.
Please contact me with any
comment you may have,
pro or con, and I will try to
answer each and every one
when I am not fishing. E-
mail: apesl23@myblue-


light.com.

Dan Smith has fished the
waters of Volusia County for
about35years. When he's
not fishing, the retired
contractor is heavily
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Port Orange
MICROWAVE GE pro-
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white $150 386-615-0663
Ormond Beach
MIRROR $45. server
$50. bunny teapot &
Easter basket $35. each
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MISC FURNITURE-
Leather sofa, fabric sofa,
dresser and mirror. $200
386-424-0493 Edgewater
MONITOR, SONY 14"
with Built In Speakers.
Exc. Condition $50 obo
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OFFICE CHAIRS 4 teal
chairs, 2 high bk desk
chairs good shape $150.
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386-322-5887 VOL
POOL TABLE- reg. size
exc. cond. cues, balls inc.
$199. 386-427-6183
evenings Edgewater
RACQUETBALL RAC-
QUETS (2) new $5.00 ea.
386-428-8391 after 4:00
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REFRIGERATOR 24 cf
7 years old runs good
$125. 386-788-4798 Port
Orange
REFRIGERATOR-Ice
maker ready, 16cf, works
great-good garage fridge.
$135 OBO 386 846 2830
ROCKER Swivel $20.
386-756-8402 Ponce In-
let
RUGS AREA 5x7 $30.,
5x7 w/two 21x35 $50,
2x4 w/5x7 $60.
386-409-7669 Edgewater
SEWING MACHINE- old
Singer, Electric in nice
wooded cabinet. $175
386-677-8161 Ormond
SOFABED- w/matching
loveseat, hardly used,
light green paisely. $200
386-423-3217


STAIRS/RAILING: Fiber-
glass mobile home 3 stair
38x38" landing/railing.
$200 904-687-1449 VOL
STEREO BOSE lifestyle
25 series II sys. $175.
386-503-6565 Ormond
Bch
STORE SAFE: Combi-
nation safe. $100; 16"
color TV w/ stand. $20
386-761-8410 VOL
STROLLER, Medical
Equipment 3 WHEEL ,
new, cost $160, sell for
$100.386-788-9660.
TABLE glass foyer tble
$40., table w/4 chairs on
coasters brown $60.
386-427-9474 Edgewater
TABLE WOOD 36" rnd
sld brass base 3 leaves
and custom pad $175.
386-760-8253 Pt. Orange
.TABLE SAW Craftsman
10 w/extensions &
bench $75. 386-248-3258
Holly Hill
TABLE TOP 42" rnd
glass $60., Typewriter oli-
vetti $125. 386-258-6582
Daytona
TABLE- MARBLE top 4
cushioned chairs exc
cond. $200 386-322-1890
Port Orange
TABLE: White, patio,
round, 48" dia., w/ 4
chrs/cushions, very good
cond. $60 386-690-5370
TEA CUPS: Bone China
Crown, Regency, Old
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set 386-673-7995 VOL
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each 386-767-8406 Port
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TRAILER 5x6'8 open
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386-214-8847 call Terry
TREADMILL SEARS -
loaded, fold away $85.
upright freezer 16. cf. $60
386-947-1971
TV 35" PROSCAN $200
386-760-4602 Port Or-
ange
TV CABINET- solid wood
21x40x79 $195.00
386-761-0197 South
Daytona
TV/VCR COMBO- 10"
AC/DC $20 McCul-
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Sat. 10am-4pm
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Rabies $6

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3-Year Distemper $24
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3DX Heartworm Testing $20
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CARPENTRY
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nets, Custom Work &
other carpentry solutions.
30+ years. Licensed & In-
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fireplace surrounds, etc.
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DAYTONA BEACH-
LPGA Opal Hill Open
Sat. & Sun. 12-5 116
Wedge Circle, Brand
new! Over 2400sf living
4br/2.5ba 3 car garage,
many upgrades on lovely
preserve lot. Must be
seen, immediate occu-
pancy available. All rea-
sonable offers consid-
ered. 386-788-0562/
386-212-6817
MELBOURNE BCH Villa
3/2/2 across from bch.
Gated comm. Pool. Open
house 11a-3p 1/13 1/15.
$349K. 321-536-6611

OPEN HOUSE
2800 Saxon Drive-NSB
Sunday, 2-4 p.m -
Jan 14
Motivated & Priced to sell,
2BR/1.5BA immaculate
unit in Coronado Cove. A
short stroll to the ocean
from this lovely communi-
ty with a pool. Only
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PALM COAST HAM-
MOCK- 100' waterfront
by 600' deep lot with old-
er home on Intracoastal,
3/2 main home, attached
mother in law 2/1. Asking
$875K 386-748-0344

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Deep Water Large Dock
3 BR/2BA, screen porch,
jacuzzi. REMODELED
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321-432-1557 ,$589,000




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MARINA! DAYTONA
BEACH- lbr/lba. Furn.
or not. Quiet community.
Owner financing. $109K,
$9,000 down, $600/mo.
Seller pays 1st year as-
sociation fees. Call Own-
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CENTRAL MERRITT
Island: Condo for sale by
owner. 2/2 updated, 2nd
floor end unit. Cable &
wtr included. $165,000.
561-348-0651
COCOA BEACH Condo,
2/2, For sale by Owner.
Newly remodeled.
$160,000 321-501-3077
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DAYTONA BEACH- Bel-
lair condo, priced to sell!
$144,500, oceanview,
completely remodeled,
4th floor, 1br/lba,.next to
Bellair Shopping Center,
entire building restoration
in 2006. Beautiful pool
area, secure building,
walk to shops, banks &
restaurants. Open house
on Sunday 12-5 Call for
appt. 386-258-5230 /
386-341-1594

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DAYTONA BEACH-
SIDE- .8-plex, 6: 1BR, 2:
29R apts, laundromat,
excellent rental history
and income, concrete
block construction.
$650K Call 386-547-6700
FINDER'S FEE $100011
New, large 3 BR/2 BA,
garage, 1870 sf, 87' wrap
around balcony, close to
ocean & Disney!$299,970
/terms. 321-242-7833
FLOATING CONDO-
Beautiful 37ft sail
boat, sleeps 4 adults
in 3 beds with galley
and head. Docked in
downtown Daytona off
Beach Street. Slip
available but xtra.
Completely refurbish-
ed in last 2 years.
$50,000 for your
piece of paradise
Call Bob
407-782-2333
HOLLY HILL- Cedar
Point Brand new, 3 bdrm,
2 bath, w/carport, 1st fir,
great location, Reduced!
$149,500 owner/agent.
Call Curtis 561-718-4010
PORT ORANGE-
Triplex, 3: 2br/1ba, re-
cently renovated, spa-
cious lot, good rental his-
tory & income. $248K.
Call 386-547-6700
PORT ST LUCIE An-
chorage on St Lucie Riv-
er, 2bd/2ba w/balcony, all
amenities, boat docks &
ocean access available.
$210,000 772-337-1301
SOUTH DAYTONA
BEACH- Walk to Ocean.
Completely Rennovated
Beautiful 2 bdm, 1 Bath
Condos. $159,900. $2500
towards closing.
Call Marco 786-303-5196




VIERA, BEST Value
Lakefront Condol 2/2,
garage,storage, all appl's
+ W/D, security system,
comm. pool/fitness ctr.,
$164,900.321-433-2474

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MUST SEE! DAYTONA
BEACHSIDE- 242 Penin-
sula, 4br/3ba home with
over 3100sf, plus an 800
sf garage. One of a kind
estate home You will not
be disappointed! Must
sell due to relocation.
PRICE REDUCED TO
$439,500.386-846-0694
EDGEWATER- 2br/1ba,
fireplace, new carpet, air,
paint, screened porch,
carport, 9 min from
beach, $136,000 Call
386-427-0502
BEAUTIFUL NEW
HOME! EDGEWATER-
4br/3ba, split floor plan,
spacious, bright and
open. Upgraded through-
out on quiet cul-de-sac
with tons of privacy from
wetlands behind home.
All that is missing is you!
$290,000 negotiable.
954-600-3030
EDGEWATER- By Own-
er, pool home on 3 lots,
plenty of room for the
toys, RV/Boat, etc. 2/2,
12x26 FL room, $245K
Call 386-478-0051
HOLLY HILL -LPGA
area, 3 bed, 2 bath,
15'x24' covered patio.
New driveway. New '06
Central Air, New Kitchen,
bath, wiring & roof.
100'x180' yard. Call Own-
er. $139,900 OBO. Bank
financing available.
386-852-1430.


FLORIDA: New Homes
Build a 3/2/2 in a nice
area for $154,000 (lot not
included). For pictures:
www.FloridaLotsUSA.
com 877-983-6600
HOLLY HILL LPGA
area, 5 bed, 3 bath, new
central air, can be con-
verted to 3 bed 2 bath,
with 1 bed, 1 bath at-
tached apt, your choice,
100'x180' lot, 2 car car-
port. Laundry room. Call
Owner. $174,000. Bank
Financing Avail.
386-852-1430.
MELB BEACH Riverfront;
3/2, completely renovate-
d, new impact windows &
sliders, new appl, fishing
pier, tennis courts, club-
house, beach access,
$650,000. 321-728-1837
MIMS- $86,500 1.5
acres! Home has 3 bed-
rooms, 2 baths, all re-
done, move in condition,
private yard zoned for
animals. 386-345-0089
NEW SMYRNA BEACH-
SIDE- With mother in law
suite! Unique property,
2br/2ba, enclosed lanai,
1 car gar. w/attached 1br,
lba apt. 2 blocks to
ocean & steps to historic
Flagler Ave. Quiet neigh-
borhood, majestic oaks.
Investment opportunity.
Offered below Oct. '06
appraisal. Move in condi-
tion. Don't let this one get
away! Bring offers.
$379,900 Owner/Realtor
386-846-0155, 334-2997
ORMOND BEACH -
4BR/2BA in one of Or-
mond's prime locations.
Close to shopping,
schools, interstate & a
short ride to the beach.
Master bedroom down,
eat-in kitchen, fireplace,
sunken living, room.
$219,900. Lou Balasano,
Realtor, Better Homes &
Properties 386-846-8044



ORMOND BEACH-
BY OWNER, 3br/2ba, 2
car garage, split floor
plan, screened porch,
huge fenced yard. Close
to everything, walk to
Trails shopping- Fiesta
Heights subd. $224,900
or best reasonable offer
call 678-898-1659
ORMOND BEACH-
3br/2ba, custom built
home in Tymber Creek.
Featuring bright, open
floor plan w/3368 sf total
area, 2008 Isf. $269,500
Call 386-212-1627


MIMS, 3/1, w/detached
den/ofc/laundry, 1/3 acre,
priv. fence, recently up-
graded, 1241 sf, 10'x15'
shed, close to 195 & US1,
$156,000.321-385-1344
ORMOND BEACH- By
Owner, sought after loca-
tion near middle school,
high & dry, no flood zone,
low traffic, quiet area,
concrete block w/stucco.
3br/2ba, split plan, spa-
cious rooms, walk in clos-
ets, Ig great room, Ig for-
mal dining room; eat in
kitchen. 1700sf plus sun-
room, double car garage,
many upgrades, excellent
cond, fenced in back yard
w/arbor& recent 10x10
storage bldg. 64 Wood-
song Ln $259,900.
386-673-1007
LAKEFRONT ORMOND
BEACH- Natural spring
fed swimming lake,
$264,900 3br/2ba, new
terracotta tile floor. All
new kit. Wonderful neigh-
borhood. Clbhse, 2
pools, 2 tennis cts, base-
ball field. Great loc. Close
to everything. 194 Cam-
bridge Ct. (Tymber
Creek) 386-748-0344

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ORMOND BEACH- His-
toric area near river,
2br/lba, beautifully land-
scaped corner lot. $129K
with owner financing. Call
for appt. 386-405-4315

PALM BAY SE, 6 years
new, CBS 3/2/2 canal
home, vaulted ceilings, all
new carpet/vinyl/tile, new
26' Fl. room, new paint
in/out, new privacy fence,
security sys., city water,
pond & artesian well, va-
cant lot on both .sides,
canal & woods in rear, all
new furniture neg. Selling
below cost! $215,000.
Call 321-727-7786. See
photo online at www.
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PALM BAY, BY OWNER.
Affordable 2B/2B dream
house Tile roof, Cathe-
dral Naulted ceiling, open
floor plan. Big master BR
with walk-in closet.
Screened patio. New tile
floor, new paint. Spotless.
Move in condition.
Priced to sell at
$142,000. 321-724-9939


ORMOND BY THE SEA-
By Owner 2br/1.5ba, new
windows, sprinkler sys-
tem, updated kitchen,
carpet, Asking $219,000
910-358-7436
PALM BAY: 3BD/2BA,
new custom home,10ft
flat tray ceilings, solid sur-
face countertops, great
location, close to shoppin-
g & Interstate $229,900
321-253-6171
PALM CITY: Meadows
Gated Comm 2/2/2 Over
looks lake, extended
Capri,built in wall unit.
Tennis, playground &
pool. $315,000
772-283-4672 / 201-951-
5968
PALM COAST Un-
beatable Price! This
home can't be beat!
"Brand New" 4BR/2.5 BA
with an oversized 3 CG.
Features 9ft ceilings, por-
celain tile, upgraded fans
& fixtures. Over 2800
LSF. $264,900. Lou Ba-
lasano, Realtor, Better
Homes & Properties
386-846-8044


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S- '?i Cutom home on the Indian River,
Gourmet kitchen, Media room,
Stone fireplace, Banmboo flooring
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7.5 acres is cleared-2.5 provides tree buffer. 40x35 metal building already on site and seller has dug a small pond.
Best ricein subdivision! Close to everything like new SuperWal-Mart and he Beach! Price:.$270,000
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Saturday 1pm to 3pm
Escape to the Beach Immaculate
29R/2BA pool home w/open floor plan,
steps to the beach. Entirely renovated
in 2001, this home is on a spacious -
professionally landscaped lot. $345,000
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Integrity Over 2.5 million
in sales lastyear


Completely fenced yardl, including tl l while picket
fence you always dieamrced olf, this toue is iminacu-
late id Itsly move-ii ready, 1ils & clerpct thlough-t
ouet, I ene r applices, 12x' Iinlo idn i woo is tiled &
has ceiling fan. New 12x28 utility shed. Sellers very
motivated, asking $240,000.
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Jackie Zabielski
lote. 386-682-2511
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Motivated Seller!! 8
3BR/BA home (1,500 sq. ft under
heat/air) on huge 100x226 corner lot in
quiet neighborhood. Lots of potential in
this home w/l care garage, plus carport.
Zoned multi-family great investment
opportunity! $190,000
Lisa Hetman,
Realtor ALL PRO REALTY
386-690-7999 Professional Service with
lhetan@cfl.rr.com Integrity Over 2.5 million
in sales last year


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Custom built home on 5 Acres. Horse trails,
privacy, and a home with all of the upgrades. $325K


2003 Belmont Home In Immaculate condition. This
3 bedroom / 2 Bath home is a great value S179k


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OPEN HOUSE! 443 BOUCHELLE DRIVE #102
YOU WILL BE REJUVENATED when you take advantage of
all the amenities this community has to offer! Bright
immaculate 2 BD / 2 BA condo in riverfront community.
One car deeded garage. 1 year warranty. $238,000
Eva Fifer 386-314-6877


UONt ur IHn uLInuin unuunu LUU UNlia wih laundry 1650 total sq. tt. Heated pool, sauna, not tuD, rec room,
inside. Updated kitchen. Shows like a model. Close to tennis, underground parking. Great 'location, close to
shopping. Boat slips when avail. $235,000 shopping & park. $669,900
Bennie Elefante 386-690-6100 Bennie Elefante 386-690-6100



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NICE 2BR/2BA HOME ON LARGE CORNER LOT! Original
owner. New roof, 2004 A/C, top of the line new appliances,
tile throughout, and many more upgrades. $194,900
Carolyn Queener 386-366-2200












UNBELIEVABLE OCEAN AND POOL VIEWS 2 BD / 2 BA
furnished. Great rental history; on-site mgmt. Just steps
from Flager Avenue shops. $339,900
Bennie Elefante 386-690-6100


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COMPLETELY RENOVATED 2BR/2BA CONDO. New: tile, car-
pet, & lighting fixtures. Newly painted. Reserved parking.
Community pool. Close to 14 & 195, Embry Riddle and
DBCC. Best price and location. $140,000
Carolyn Queener 386-366-2200

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UNDER APPRAISED VALUE! 2001 manufactured home on
1/2 acre. Partly fenced w/ large 2-stall barn. Garden tub in
master bedroom. Living and family rooms. $140,000
Wendy Schwoerer 386-314-8509


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Al THIS PfHIt, IT WILL SILL InRail U/IZUlA\ ome. Large
living room w/fireplace. Full size 2-car garage. Large
screened porch overlooking fenced backyard. A/C system
and hot water heater less than 2 yrs old. Unique round
kitchen & delightful dining area. A must see! $162,000
Steve Jones 386-690-5582


home features a 2-car garage and full basement all on 2.63
acres. Over 3000 sq ft of living space. Enjoy a pool, jacuzzi,
new bath, fireplace, family room and florida room.
$300,000
Cathy Wilson 386-690-4102


WOW! LOTS OF UPGRADES! Remodeled manufactured
home on 2.5 acres. Has a pond on property and is fenced.
3BR/2BA with living/dining room combo as well as break-
fast room. 39x12 screened back porch and great front
deck. $150,000
Wendy Schwoerer 386-314-8509


LOVELY 4BR/2BA POOL HOME on corner lot in Hidden Hills.
Great house for entertaining with bar in family room and
screened porch. Large kitchen with dining area and ample
built in storage. Close to shopping, SR40 and 195
$325,000
Wendy Schwoerer 386-314-8509


mS. bLCLuI LIUVES n! well-mailnalneo Beacnsuie innllie
had facelift 2 years ago. Ongoing maintenance new roof,.
soffits and gutters in 7/06, a/c unit 10/05. Heat/cool Fla
room with lots of windows. Park-like backyard is nice,
spacious and perfect landscaping. 1OX18 patio. $325,000
Wendy Schwoerer 386-314-8509


UESIUGEU IU UDELLun! rauulu o nu n lyymeiu iraue
home! Open floor plan with extra fixed windows for natu-
ral light. New roof in '04, exterior paint in '03. Hurricane
shutters in all major windows. Glassed back porch and
community pool. $220,000
Wendy Schwoerer 386-314-8509


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ORMOND


386-944-1080
404 S. Atlantic Ave. Ormond Beach


ABUNIANCE OF SPACE! tnjoy all ot the amenities of mtis
gated community while enjoying all this Ashley model home
has to offer. Open, spacious and bright describe this home as
it has an abundance of windows and a wide open main living
area. Lake Front. $429,900
Heidi Webb 386-843-3623

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AiE l IllTES ODUUNI Inu l[ ut h sisuone e ro uo andon u da h IlI
bath condo w/ Ocean & River views! Enjoy features such as
tennis courts, pool, fishing dock. exercise room, sauna, bil-
liards room & more! Includes 1 yr home warranty $175,000
Joe Anania 386-341-0578

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ENJOY THE VIEWS!! Live in a private gated community
with this Grand 3BR/2 BA open floor plan, Chatham model
home. Great lakefront view. Home features many upgrades
such as art niches and a security system. Master suite has
a sitting area as well as a large bath w/ garden tub and
walk in shower, $399,900
Kim Martin 386-562-6340

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FANTASTIC BUY on half duplex, in a convenient location.
Newer tile in living room and kitchen, plus new carpet in the
spacious bedrooms, each with a private bath. Nice fenced
yard, with patio and storage building ONLY $119,900
Don Tidwell 386-944-1080


MOVE-IN CONDITION This lovely 2bed/2bath condo is a
great value. Built in 2000 it's one of the newest units avail-
able in Sandpiper Lakes. Big windows and a skylight make
it light and bright. Owner providing new DW and 1 yr home
warranty. Call for details. $174,900
Candace Curtis 386-451-5642

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LUIS r sUnAEu i IU UUSnac In ims adoraome bungalow
overlooking its Native Florida Garden. High on a dune, just
steps to the intracoastal & a walk to the beach this can be
yours for only $249,0001 Offering 1-YR home warranty.
Jane Sciortino 386-547-8721


4-UNIT APARTMENT BUILDING in great condition on Ig
corner lot. Plenty of tenant parking and coin operated
washer & dryer on property. All units have 1BD/1BA and
river view from second floor. A great Investment at
$399,700
Candace Curtis 386-451-5642


LUXURY YOU DESERVE Own this 3 Bed/ 2 Bath, pool/spa
home that is move in ready. Totally remodeled and ready for
its new owner A real budget pleaser at $242,900
Jane Sciortino 386-547-8721


LUAUInIUUS nEUCHIIEAL OUIINU III UIIUIInU DoaUI.
Priced to Sell! 3BR/ 3.5 bath, over 3000 LSF w/ River and
Ocean views. Kitchen is a chef's dream. Watch the sunset
over the river. Amenities too numerous to list here.
$565,000
Candace Curtis 386-451-5642


THE FAIRWAYS 2/2 Condo w/ new kitchen and appli-
ances, Florida Room offers more living space. Enjoy the
wooded privacy of the Fairways Community Pool and
other amenities. $169,900
Call for details 386-944-1080


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EDGEWATER


386-409-7150
108W. Indian River Blvd Edgewater


LUXURY TUU UtStHVE AT I Hl PHill TOUU WANT! security nuyi Tou can enjoy me convenience Uo woiiig in vousia
system, surround sound, sun tunnel, loads of upgrades or Flagler counties while paying the lower Flagler County
throughout. This home is located in highly sought after taxes. Large private wooded back yard to enjoy. Sit back
Saddlers Run on an extra deep lot. Close to shopping, din- and enjoy the large family room in front of the wood-burn-
ing and 15 min to beaches. Priced to sell at $324,900 ing fireplace. $299,000
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OPEN HOUSE! 1902 ORANGE TREE DRIVE
ON 5 LOTS! Spacious 2BR/2BA home with detached
garage and separate 1BR/0.5BA in-law suite. Loaded with
extras: large rooms, den w/fireplace, glassed porch, stor-
age shed, mature landscaping, sub-dlvldable lots.
$269,000.
Angi Wallace 386-566-8644


WUUEusU TI Irauy uII youU IIUIlIm! Lot .IL iso 5u A IUU III
the Tomoka Park subdivision. Granada West to Old
Tomoka Rd, North 1/4 mile to Blue Bird Lane to sign.
$75,000
Call for details 386-944-1080


WELL MAINTAINED concrete block home on a nicely land-
scaped, fenced, corner lot. Living room w/ fireplace, large
Florida room with vaulted ceilings & skylights and an invit-
ing patio off the back are just some of the many features
of this home. Priced at $125,000
Pat Jackson 386-589-3297


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OPEN HOUSE! 2946 VISTA PALM OPEN HOUSE! 2036 WILLOW OAK
LARGE LOT 120X125 WITH LOADS OF ROOM FOR YOUR SHOWS LIKE A MODEL AND PRICED TO SELL 3BR/2BA
BUSINESS or lawn service, open floor plan with great home with new interior paint, light fixtures and hot water
kitchen. Roomy 3 bedrooms and 2 baths. Roof in 2005. heater. Finished & heated garage. Private setting with large
Easy to see. $205,000 screened porch. Well with sprinkler system. $249,900.
Robin Pereira 386-451-5456 Ron Scheffer 386-478-3749


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OPEN HOUSE! 1912 QUEEN PALM DRIVE
BEST BUY TODAY AT $149,9001 38R/1BA home very
NEW DOLLHOUSE WITH LAKE VIEWI 3BR/2BA/2-car clean. Roof & A/C (heat pump) one year old. On high dry
garage home with screened porch and inside laundry. lot. Near shopping, elementary school. Screened porch,
There is a nook for Mom and Dad can fish in the lake just sprinkler system on reclaimed water. Great for 1st time
across street. Enjoy for only $199,9901 home buyers.
Boyce Rodgers 386-689-6226 Marie Nichols 386-689-9000


OPEN HOUSE! 2229 PINE ISLAND
CHARMING 2BR/2BA HOME with large wood burning fire-
place in spacious family room, storage galore, upgraded
appliances, newer roof, freshly painted, 100x165 lot,
fenced backyard w/14x15 storage bldg, RV pad w/electric
connection. $229,000.
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PONCE INLET- 110
Ponce Terrace Cir.
3br/2ba, Front patio,
Wrought iron gates. Tile,
carpet fireplace. $379K.
386-763-0549/ 843-0635
email: john5910@att.net
PORT ORANGE -
WINDSOR HILL sub.
Open house Sunday
12-3 1380 Surrey Park
Drive. By Owner 3/2/2,
1956 sf. Ranch w/ fire-
place, large lanai, fenced
yard, many updates incl:
newer heat pump, roof,
garage screens, .Open
floor plan. REDUCED!!!
$284,900. 386-760-0256
or 352-406-1607
www.fsbovolusia.com
ID #1670
PORT ORANGE-
2 bedrm 2 bath. New
roof, carpet, A/C, sodded
yard, irrigation pump,
paint & garage door
opener. $189,000 Call
386-767-9403
'PORT ORANGE- Open
house Sat & Sun 1-5pm
6114 Sanctuary Garden
Blvd. Magnificent 3br/2ba
home in immaculate con-
dition. Lr, Dr, Frm, Brk
Rm + gourmet kitchen,
Beautiful pool with water-
fall, in gated community.
60K below market value.
$399,900 386-322-4265
see photos online at
www.hometownnewsO
L.com ad #33182
PORT ORANGE- POOL
HOME, COMPLETE PRI-
VACY! 3br/2ba vaulted
ceilings in all rooms. New
roof, skylight, solar heat-
ing system, exterior paint,
appliances & much more!
Beautiful contemporary
design, open' floor plan.
Must see! $244,000
386-212-7365
PORT ORANGE- Se-
cluded 1.2 ac, 4br/2.5ba,
2 car garage, screened
pool home. Fireplace, big
screen porches & deck.
In a quiet wooded setting.
Many recent upgrades. In
move-in cond. $395,000
386-304-0673

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PORT ORANGE BAR-
GAIN- Solid concrete blk
home, 2 bedrooms, with
screened porch and large
yard. $149K. Call 386-
322-5510 Owner/Realtor
PORT ST LUCIE Brand
New! 3/2/2 Close to Gai-
tlin & 95. Tile, stainless
appliances, granite coun-
ter tops. $330,000 Leave
message 561-798-8867
PORT ST. LUCIE:
QUICK SALEIIJob trans-
fer! 3/2/2 w/ spa, fenced
yd, & sprinkler sys. New
roof, carpet & A/C.
$210,500 407-739-1077

WOW
SATELLITE BEACH
Deep Water, incredible
views, dock for 2 boats.
3 BR/2BA, screen porch,
Jacuzzi. REMODELED!
Owner will help with down
payment.or closing costs
or RENT TO OWN!
Must see! $589,000
Coquina Reef Realty, Inc.
DebraStone321-432-1557
SEBASTIAN: Custom
built 3/2 + office, Ig lot.
Pool, 5 pers hot tub, hrd
wd firs, fire plc,spacious
kitch, Quiet nbrhd, close
to shopping, schools &
beach. Priced for quick
salel! 772-388-3098
See Virtual High Defini-
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SEBASTIAN: Vero Lake
Estates, Completely ren-
ovated large 2/2/1 corner
lot, new roof, AC, tile
floors, scrn porch,vaulted
ceilings, mst bath sepa-
rate shower & tub. $154k
321-890-6851
TITUSVILLE, 212, 1058
sq. ft. CBS home, near
water, quiet safe area, pri-
vate rv/boat parking, large
shed/laundry. .Asking
$122,500. 321-289-2489
See HD Slide Show www.
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AD#32003
VERO LAKE ESTATES,
brand new,blt. 11/06, Hol-
iday Bldr., Sterling model,
3/2/2, upgrades, near
shopping/schools/195,
$279,500. 321-751-2111


NEW SMYRNA BEACH-
Turnbull Bay Golf Villa,
2br/2ba, attached garage,
fully furnished, $223,900
386-428-7209/386-478-3
890 Rent option available
ORMOND BEACH
Lakes of Pine Run Well
maintained 2BR/2.5BA
lakefront townhome.
Maintenance free com-
munity in a convenient lo-
cation. Great start or in-
vestment! Best priced
townhome in the area
$162,000. Lou Balasano,
Realtor, Better Homes &
Properties 386-846-8044
SEBASTIAN New Villas
starting at $185,000! Call
John King Broker/Owner
at Realty King Inc.
772-589-3054
TITUSVILLE,REDUCEDI
Off Hwy. 50, 1 story town
home, 2/2, new every-
thing, ready for new own-
er! Low maint. fee,
$125,500. 321-693-0042
See photo online at wwsw.
HometownNewsOL.com
AD#32282




Divorce Forces Sale!
Nice,oversized,1495N.W,
Hollaman St., Palm Bay,
.36 acre, on cul de sac,
great neighborhood, qui-
et, close to park & new
development. Make Offer!
321-693-3447 / 652-0799
See photos online www.
HometownNewsOL.com
AD#32535
FLORIDA building lots
starting @ $19,900 in fast
growing areas. Great
investment opportunity.
Easy financing No
Qualifying! Visit our web-
site for pictures, maps,
sizes& prices.
FloridaLotsUSA.com
or 877-983-6600
GRANT, FLORIDA- 2
lots, 3/4 acre each on In-
tracoastal. No fixed
bridges, dock permit in
place. Cleared, ready to
build. Asking $585K
each. Owner/Agent
561-718-4010


NEW SMYRNA BEACH-
Brook Ledge Farms, by
owner. 5 acres pasture.
Ideal for horse farm or
home site. $199,500.
Owner financing avail.
w/small down payment.
386-871-7601 / 767-8300
PORT ST. LUCIE: Must
sell! Side x side home:
sites in Prestigious Te-
soro Preserve! Incredible
amenities incld 5 golf
courses, equestrian cen-
ter, bch club & more. Lots
come w/ social member-
ships to club. Below mar-
ket $449K both. FSBO
407-616-8885
S. FL-Land in Golf & Ctry
Club. $5K to 24K. Seller
Financing 866-683-3347
OneStopLandShop.com
See High Definition Slide-
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Port Orange
Cmane aokes
Golf & Country Club
An Age Restricted Connmtniti
100% Palm Harbor Homes
2002 2/2, 1067 s.f
Nice Home w/ hardwood
firs. in LR, DR & hallway
$118,000
2004-2/2, 1067 s.f.
This home is in move in
condition. $129,900.
2000 3/2, 1774 s.f.
Single car garage w/ Irg
workshop. $149,900
2001 3/2, 1818 s.f.
9' overhead door on golf
cart garage & Irg shed.
$154,900
2002 3/2, 1946 s.f.
Great sun sets over a Irg
pond on the 18th fairway.
$169,900
2000 3/2,1946 s.f.
Comer lot w/ golf & water
view. $174,900
2002-3/2,1843 s.f.
Our #1 floor plan w/ gar. +
golf& water view. $184,500
2003- 3/2, 2130 s.f.
On 12th green & w/wooded
bkyard $192,900
Call for more listings!
Doug@cranelakes.com
www.cranelakes.com
386-304-0983
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386-451-4018/ 672-1276
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listing! With land! All
brand new. Possible rent
& owner financing.
3br/2ba w/FP. Beautiful
fenced lot, not in park.
1910 Sunny Palm
$110,000 386-299-1824
PORT ORANGE at Light-
house Point 55+ Com-
munity. 2bd/2ba. Screen
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386-760-2674.
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with 2 bedrm, 1.5 bath, 6
seat hot tub, 2 person fi-
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kitchen, living room furni-
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SEE mountain lots,
breathtaking views high
atop Cumberland Moun-
tains. 5-10 acre tracts.
River access, bluff views,
streams, virgin like forest.
Ideal for hunting, fishing
ATV, horseback riding.
Near Dale Hollow Lake,
perfect for cabin, vaca-
tion home, permanent
residence. Utilities,
paved roads. Great in-
vestment / retirement
property. Owner financ-
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watch the bikini clad surf-
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see the fish being pulled
in from the nearby ocean
pier! In Daytona Beach
Shores, one of the pretti-
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2bdrms/2 baths, garage
w/openerstorage, big
balcony overlooks spar-
kling heated pool, kiddy
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386-212-1557.
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Beautiful SE Tennessee
Properties! You pick 1 -
200 acre tracts, wooded,
creeks, bluffs, mountain
& valley views. George
Hamilton Land & Auction
Company, TAL1557,
1-800-516-8387
CHIEFLAND, FLORIDA-
next to golf course com-
munity. 10 acre lots start-
ing at $99,900. Call
386-212-9809
FOR SALE By owner
Beautiful North Georgia
Mountain Lots. Call for
information706-276-1823
GEORGIA LAND
North Central I to 10
acre tracts. Beautiful
wooded homesites. The
south's finest living.
Terrific investment w/fi-
nancing available.
Limited availability!
Starting $7,500/acre.
706-364-4200


HUNTERS OR INVEST-
ORS! Prime Kentucky
Land Available. Deer,
Elk, Turkey- 80 acres
$45K; 70 acres $50K; 3
BR, Barn, Garden Spot,
50 acres $89K; others
1-888-511-2594. US
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KENTUCKY West Ken-
tucky 300 acres availa-
ble. World Class Deer
Hunting. Also 2,000
acres available, rolling
hills. Call for more info
270-556-3576
KENTUCKY
46 acres Great building
site, hunting & fishing,
pond, timber, $1750/acre.
880 acres Timber,
creek, trails, incredible
hunting. $1695/acre.
1-270-791-2538
www.ActionOutfitter.com


MID OHIO Acreage 5+
Acres Excellent build-
ing site on gently roll-
ing property w/ geor-
geous view. $19,900
Owner Financing.
740-489-9146

MINI FARM Beautiful
45 Acres, 2 story 4BR
home, needs TLC, Four
newer buildings, total-
ing 8000/sq.ft. Located
in N.E. Ohio. Many
possibilities $199,500
Owner Motivated
740-489-9146

N.C. MOUNTAINS!!
LOG CABIN SHELLS
$99,900. Homesites 1-10
acres, .w/dramatic views!!
Proposed lake. Near 2
state parks, lakes,
national forest & Blue
Ridge Parkway. E-Z
financing. 828-652-8700


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MOUNTAIN MEADOWS
in Ellijay, GA. 3+ Acre
Level Tracks. Mountain
Veiws and Common
Area on Trout Stream
For All Owners To En-
joy. 706-636-2040 www.
creeksandmountains.com

N.C./ GEORGIA
MOUNTAINS-
World's greatest views!
Homesites starting
$39,900. Land/ Log home
package kits $99,900.
Waterfalls, creeks, rivers,
lakes. Pre-construction
discounts. Limited availai
ability.
1-888-389-3504 x600
NC Land
NEWYEAR'S SALE!
Lots from 1 to 10 acres
starting @ $19,900.
Close to Charlotte.
Brochures
1-866-603-5263
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NC LAND:
30acs, possible pondsite:
$189K. 9acs, woods:
$49K. Also, 23acs VA
riverfront: $89k. Near
Kerr Lake/ Raleigh.
WE FLYYOU HERE!
Pictures:
owner@newbranch.com;
919-693-8984
North Carolina
MOUNTAIN CABIN!
S$89,900.
E-Z to finish interior.
Land Sale!! 1-8 acres.
$29,900-$89,900
w/dramatic views, paved
roads, utilities!!
1-828-247-9966
NORTH CAROLINA-
Mountain home in North
Carolina for sale, trade,
or rent by owner. Direct
view of 123 ft waterfall
4br/3ba 3000+ sf Make
Offer 386-589-0210
NORTH FLORIDA Land
& homes Lake City, Wide
range of properties, 30
miles North of Gaines-
ville. Beautiful area. For
color brochure
800-754-4531 www.
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NORTH GEORGIA
Mountains! Ladies tea
& gift shop Fully
equipped & Stocked.
Nice family business
opportunity! 706-
781-5006, 706Z745-7417,
or 706-745-3152
OHIO COUNTRY CABIN
By' Owner, carpet, ap-
pliances, completely
furnished. Ready to
move in to. Includes
land. All this for only
$59,900. Call Lowell
740-260-2267
OKEECHOBEE-
110'XI10' waterfront lot,
w/seawall & 2/1 furnished
trailer. $159,900. Call S.
Stone Owner/Realtor
772-285-5856
POND ACREAGE 2
acres, excellent
building site, gently
rolling property w/ view
of pristine pond. 30
minutes from
Columbia, SC. $24,900.
Low Down, Owner
Financing 803-473-7125
SOUTH CAROLINA, Aik-
en 7000 Acres 50-900
acre tracts held 50 years
by timber companies are
now available for sale.
Miles of paved road front-
age located near 1-20.
CALL OWNER NOW
1-803-640-3497.
South Central Florida.
Owner Says Sell! 5
Acres $99,000 50%
Below Recent Certified
Appraisal. Unbelievable
opportunity to own 5
acres of meadows &
woods in. excellent
location. 50% Off recent
appraisal! Great
financing Call now
1-866-352-2249 x 1098

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TENNESSEE approx.
500ac to approx.
11,500ac minutes from
Fall Creek Falls State
Park Road or Creek
Frontage 931-946-2697
Ext. 3

TENNESSEE &
MISSISSIPPI LAND
Several tracts small to
large tracts.
AffordableLandSales.net
Call David for more info
901-301-4955


TENNESSEE
1-3ac. Homesites.
Introductory prices.
Deed restricted comm.
w/parks & lakes.Wooded,
& paved roads. Owner fi-
nancing, low down
payment.
1-888-811-2158
www.TNLots.com

TENNESSEE LAND &
HOME 94.1 acres, can
be divided. $299,000/all.
3br/2ba, 1550sf. over
basement, hardwood
floors, tile baths, in quiet
subdivision, $139,900.
Century 21 Kelso Realty
& Auction 1005 N. Locust
Ave. Lawernsburg TN.
931-762-1111 Call
Craig Melton 931-
242-8335; 931-762-0015
See Virtual HD
Slideshow Online www.
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TENNESSEE
MOUNTAIN ACREAGE
2 Acre Tennessee
Mountain Homesite w/
woods, river access,
offers serenity, $39,900.
Owner Financing!
772-263-3775 or
1-800-763-0085 Ask
about mini vacation!

T EN N E S S.E E !!
MONTEAGLE-SEWANEE.
Beautiful mountain prop-
erties. 600+ Acres; tracts,
5 Acres & up. 4 miles
from 1-24. gated & se-
cluded. Gorgeous bluff &
creek. Wooded lots.
George Timberwood De-
velopments Co.
423-949-6887
www.timber-wood.com
The Beautiful Mountains
of N.C. Outstanding
views, custom log
homes, creeks, wooded
properties, acreage, mini-
farms, Vacation rental
get-a-ways Free- brochure
Investors Realty, Inc.
1-800-497-3334
www.investorsrealtyinc.com
TIMBERLAND 175
tracts in GA, NC, SC &
VA; from 5.94 1,872ac
prices from $1,100/AC
Excellent opportunity to
own timberland, rural &
recreational property
404-362-8244 St. Regis
Paper Co.
www.stregispaper.com


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ACRES Zoned Industrial.
Fenced, 2 buildings.
Owner will help w/ financ-
ing. $350,000 Call
386-304-3346






6-ACRES/RIVERFRONT
in Palm Bay MHP. Cur-
rently needs Owner /
Developer for 120 unit
condo. $5,000,000.
Ted Cox 386-566-7509
Arthur Kowitz Realty

DAYTONA BEACH-
SIDE- 8-plex, 6: 1BR, 2:
2BR apts, laundromat,
excellent rental history
and income, concrete
block construction.
$650K Call 386-547-6700

PORT ORANGE-
Triplex, 3: 2br/lba, re-
cently renovated, spa-
cious lot, good rental his-
tory & income. $248K.
Call 386-547-6700





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Comm., residential. No
deal too big or small.
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Pool, hot tub, house priv.,
on 1 acre. 386-212-7801






DAYTONA BEACH
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386-788-4196
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386-212-0853
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3/2 @ Oceanwalk, 5th
floor 1700s.f., Furn.,
W/D, water, cable, gated.
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br/2ba, 100 yards to
beach, washer/dryer,
pets negot. $975/mo. 826
Hope Ave. 386-316-9834


NSB OCEAN FRONT
Efficiency apt. 1BR/1BA
w/eat-in kit. Unfurn., 1 or
2 people. Beautiful patio
overlooking ocean. Refrg.
stove, incld. Credit check.
Refer., utilities to be split.
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Views of ocean/intra
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DAYTONA BEACH-
Fairway Estates, 1305
Mardrake Rd. 2br/2ba,
w/d. pool, inc. yard & pool
maintenance, pest con-
trol. $1100/mo $800/dep.
386-586-3561
DOLLHOUSE IN DAY-
TONA BEACH- 2 story,
2br/1.5ba, LR/DR, full
kitchen, washer & dryer
hookups, newly painted,
very clean, new carpet.
Unique, must be seen!
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EDGEWATER- Newer
Home in Majestic Oaks
314 Two Oaks Dr. Large
3/2/2 car gar. $1200./mo.
visit www.ocean props
.com 386-428-0513


EDGEWATER- 2br/1ba,
community pool, new car-
pet, freshly painted, fire-
place, screened porch.
$800/mo. 1st, last, sec.
386-427-0502
EDGEWATER- 3br/2ba,
1cg, living room, nice qui-
et neighborhood, large
fenced yard with gazabo.
$1100/mo. 1st, last, sec.
Mario 386-852-7417 or
386-238-6463

Ocean
Properties
& Management, Inc. 7
EDGEWATER- New
home in Coral Trace, 3/2,
2 car garage, community
pool, easy access to 195.
$1200/mo. visit
www.oceanprops.com
386-428-0513
HOLLY HILL- Great Lo-
cation! 1399 Old Kings
Road. 2br/2ba, fireplace,
cathedral ceilings, deck.
Magnificent backyard, tile
floors, 2-car gar. $1000
mo. 386-441-8633
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NEW SMYRNA BEACH-
Beachside pool home,
3br/2ba, includes office,
laundry room, screened
patio, utility shed, 1st, last
w/good credit. $1350/mo:
inc. utilities 386-689-8981

NEW SMYRNA BEACH-
Charming bungalow near
river, Canal Street,
$1,000/mo. 2 bedroom, 2
bath, no pets, no smok-
ing. 407-492-6980

NEW SMYRNA BEACH-
Fairgreen Area 2br/2ba/
2cg Eat in kitchen,
LR/DR, sunroom. W/D,
Appliances. No pets, No
smokers. $975/mo. 1st,
last, sec. 401-941-5087

NPB Unique 3/2/2 on 1
acre. Terazza Floors.
Spacious, big screened
in porch, large attached
utility building/storage.
561-312-4709


ProDertiesv
& Management, Inc.
NSB BEACH HOUSE
6281 Turtlemound Rd.
3/2 remodeled $1900.
mo. visit www.ocean
props.com 386-428-0513

Ocean
Properties
SManagement, Inc.
NSB MAINLAND Presti-
gious Riverside Dr., furn.
3/2.5 w/pool for entertain-
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tub. $3500/ mo. Visit
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Ocean
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S Management, Inc.
NSB MAINLAND- 500
Venetian Villa Dr. 4/3
w/loft on large lot new
home. $1800.mo visit
www.oceanprops.com
386-428-0513

Ocean
Properties
& Management, Inc.
NSB- Brand new (3320
Pino Dr.) Venetian Bay
3br/2ba/2cg $1600./mo
visit www.oceanprops.com
386-428-0513

Ocean
PropertiesS
Management, Inc.
NSB- Mainland 1106
Plover Place, Lovely
Lakeside 2BR/2BA 2 car
garage $1100./mo visit
www.oceanprops.com
386-428-0513


DAYTONA BEACHSIDE
- 1 & 2 BR's homes $500
& 750 mo. 386-345-4975

Ocean
Properties
& Management, Inc. 7
NSB- Mainland Beautiful
new 4/3 3502 Venetian
Villa Circle $1500.mo.
visit www.oceanprops.com
386-428-0513

Ocean
Properties.
& Management, Inc.
NSB- NEW Executive
Four Bedroom Home.
Three baths, 2 car ga-
rage on Lake 3511 So-
nesta Ct. $2500./mo visit
www.oceanprops.com
386-428-0513
ORMOND BEACHSIDE-
3br/2ba, 2 car garage,
great location! Rent is
month to month. $1200
month. 1st, last & securi-
ty deposit. 386-295-7277
ORMOND BY THE SEA-
Beachside, 2br/2ba fur-
nished, fenced yard
w/beach & river access.
$1000/mo + 1st, last and
$500 sec. 954-931-0278
ORMOND BY THE SEA-
Large lot, short walk to
beach, 2br/lba, 1 car gar,
sunroom, w/d. Complete-
ly furnished, painted in-
side & out. $1000/mo.
Avail. 4/1 800-248-7445
ORMOND BY THE SEA-
Seaside Drive, 2br/lba,
carport, Florida room,
w/d, short walk to beach,
restaurants and shoppin-
g. $800 mo. 1st, last, se-
curity. 407-967-7932.
ORMOND NICE Location
1/2 bik from river, 2BR,
1BA, FL rm., gar. fenced
back yard, no pets, or
smk. 12 mo. lease, refer-
ence. $950 mo. incl pest
control, lawn care. 1st,
last, sec. 386-295-2777
PALM COAST- "B" Sec-
tion. Lg 3/2 Living, dining
& family rooms, 2 car
garage. 1st + sec.
$1050/monthly. Sm pets
O.K. 386-447-0654 or
386-383-0970
PORT ORANGE 4 BR,
3BA / 2 car gar. 2,300+sf.
living. Quiet neighbrhd,
West of 1-95. No pets,
smoker. $1,800/mo+ sec.
Lawn maint. incl. Call
386-788-1472
PORT ORANGE- Large
beautiful 3br/2ba 2 car
garage, sunken fireplace,
Available immediately.
$1300/mo + security. No
pets. 386-295-2582


PORT ORANGE- Pool
home Excellent condi-
tion, 3br/2ba, 2.5 car gar,
large screened pool area,
central a/c & heat, micro-
wave, dishwasher, self
cleaning stove, 2 refriger-
ators, washer/dryer, fans,
inc. lawn, pool & pest
srvc $1450 Ist/last/sec.
Spruce Creek school dis-
trict. 386-322-0908
PORT ST. LUCIE: New
construction 2200 sq ft.
U/A, 4/2/2 split fir plan,
close to everything!
$1325/mo Minimum F &
S. Call 954-993-2895
PORT ST. Lucie: New
Construction! 2000 sq ft
U/A; 4/2/2; Split fir plan.
Close to everything, Ig
bck yd. $1275/mo Min F
& S. Call 954-993-2895




DAYTONA BEACH
SHORES- Spacious
townhome w/garage, 1/2
block to beach. 2br/
1.5ba, 3 stories, 3 balco-
nies, patio, fenced yard,
water, sewer, garbage &
lawn care inc. No pets,
no smoking. Avail, now!
$1000/mo. 386-547-5200
DAYTONA BEACH- 2
bedrm, 2 bath, Golf
course townhome, Peli-
can Bay, $1,000/month.
some utilities included.
859-339-9075

Ocean
Properties,
& Management, Inc.
NSB -BRAND New 2/2.5
bath town home 2 car
gar., close to Town Cen-
ter @ Venetian Bay only
$1200. mo. visit
www.oceanprops.com
386-428-0513

Ocean
Properties
e Management, Inc.
NSB Beautiful New
Townhome @ Parkside
3/2, 2 car garage. Com-
munity pool, 15 mins. to
beach. $1400/mo visit
www.oceanprops.com
386-428-0513



Ocean
Properties
A- Management, Inc.
NSB- 3206 S. Atlantic
Ave. 2/2 duplex, steps
from beach, very nice &
clean. 1 car gar., large
yard $1100/mo. visit
www.oceanprops.com
386-428-0513


FAIRGREEN AREA,
NEW SMYRNA BEACH-
3br/2ba, living, dining
room, 2 car gar, w/d, ap-
pliances, freshly painted
$1075/mo. 800-248-7445
or 386-314-8509
ORMOND BEACHSIDE-
2BR/1BA, washer, dryer,
no pets. Close to bus.
$725/mo. + security. No
smoking 386-441-4084/
386-299-5942




NORTH CAROLINA
Murphy Be in the heart.
of the Tri-State. 2/2 Log
Cabin w/Fireplace. Wrap
around deck. All ameni-
ties incl. Pet Friendly
Come stay for a week
$575 or just a few days 3
min. for $285. Call
772-465-5443
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OAK HILL- Approx. 1
acre on US 1- Suitable
for Construction/Storage
yard. Water & Electric
available. 609-618-0624

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DAYTONA BEACH-
1,000 sf professional of-
fice condo unit. Lakeside
Professional Center.
Furn. Lakefront. $1,800
mo. Mike 386-212-0853
ORMOND BEACH -
Reasonable priced office
space for lease inside
medical office. Call Re-
becca at 386-673-5952
for more information.
SOUTH DAYTONA-
PROFESSIONAL OF-
FICE SPACE 765 sf in
beautiful Palm Grove
Plaza. 911 Big Tree Rd.
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DAYTONA BEACH Nova
Rd, New 6750sf ware-
house. Building is cur-
rently under construction,
can be changed to fit ten-
ants needs. Nice busi-
ness park, w/easy access
to all major rds and hwys.
Owner 386-566-0422
ORMOND BEACH -
Nova Rd, 1250 sq. ft.,
with A/C office, 10' over-
head door. $850/mo.
386-677-3250 or
386-451-4018 cell
PORT ORANGE So.
US1 1750sf storefront, lo-
cated in busy strip center.
w/US Post office and
conven, store. Owner
386-566-0422
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SO. DAYTONA Nova
Rd. HIGH VISIBILITY
19,400 warehouse/office
showroom. 24' eves. 3
phase elec. Great access
to all major roads and
hwys. "Lease Incentives"
Owner 386-566-0422
SO. DAYTONA Nova Rd,
3 store fronts, 3000,
4000&7000 sqft. Clean,
fully A/C, all units have a
unique feature Large
overhead drs. Zoned Re-
tail & light industry.
"Lease Incentives" Own-
er 386-566-0422
SO. DAYTONA Nova Rd.
600sf commercial self
storage. 15x40 has two
overhead doors one on
ea. end. Rent $360mo.
incls elec. 386-566-0422





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'71 PORSHE 911T TAR-
GA- Very clean, 63K mi,
silver/black int, many new
parts, must see! $14,900
386-405-2613
1966 CADILLAC CON-
VERTIBLE- All original,
body needs work, $6,000
Call Tim 386-290-4571
for details.
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BMW 3181- '98, blue,
leather, moon roof, AC,
AM/FM, XM radio, CD.
Looks & runs great.
$6500 obo 386-795-5247
BMW 3251 '02 Auto, air,
cruise, tilt, PW, PL, al-
loys, AM/FM stereo CD.
$17,900. Ormond Fine
Import Autos Sales &
Service 386-672-2474
CADILLAC ESCALADE
'04 Auto, air, cruise, tilt
PW/PL/PS, leather.
$29,999 Ormond Fine
Import Autos Sales &
Service 386-672-2474
CADILLAC STS-'97, 1
owner, 130K mi, fully op-
tioned, complete svc re-
cord, many new parts,
great condition, Needs
head gasket. $1250
386-423-3140
CHEVY CAMARO- 1998,
SS, T-Top, black, 6 spd,
2nd owner, 35,000 origi-
nal miles, $12,500 obo
386-756-1858
CHEVY COLBALT LS,
'06, 2.2L, Auto, FWD, Air,
PS, Tilt, AM/FM/Cass.
Diamond Suzuki Price
$11,999.386-424-9000.
DODGE NEON SE, '05,
2.OL, 5 spd, FWD, AIR,
PS, Tilt, Cruise,
AM/FM/Cass, Diamond
Suzuki Price $8,999.
386-424-9000.


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386-424-9000
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MERCEDES SLK500 -
'00 Convertible, auto, air,
cruise, tilt. All Options
$30,495 Ormond Fine
Import Autos Sales &
Service 386-672-2474
MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE-
'04, pw/pdl, alloys. Only
$10,995
Daytona Mitsubishi
386-252-7000


MITSUBISHI GALANT
1999 V6, Leather, Sun-
roof, Spoiler $6995.
Daytona Mitsubishi
386-252-7000

NISSAN SENTRA GXE
'01 Power windows,
Locks, Cruise control,
Automatic. Only $7995.
Daytona Mitsubishi
386-252-7000 .


OLDSMOBILE CUT-
LASS CIERA- '90, 4 dr,
med blue, 70K actual, 4
cyl, aOto, good gas saver.
$2200 obo 386-566-4534

PONTIAC SUNFIRE, '05,
2.2L, Auto, Air, PS, Tilt,
Cruise, AM/FM/CD. Sun-
roof, Spoiler, Prem.
Wheels. Diamond Suzuki
Price $9,999.
386-424-9000.

SATURN SL, '02, 1.9L,
Auto, Air, PS./PW/PL,
Cruise, AM/FM/CD/Cass,
ABS, Diamond Suzuki
Price $7,999.
386-424-9000.
SCION TC COUPE '07
Alloys, Dual, Sunroof,
Spoiler. New Car Trade
$16,995.
Daytdna Mitsubishi
386-252-7000

SCION xB Sport, '05,
1.5L, 5 spd, FWD, AIR,
PS/PW/PL, AM/FM/CD.
ABS. Diamond Suzuki
Price $13,999.
386-424-9000.

TOYOTA CAMRY LE-
'97, immaculate, low
miles, leather,, pw/pdl,
cruise, multi-cd changer,
alloys, new tires $6400
/offer 386-212-7269

TOYOTA COROLLA S
'03- Spoiler, Power win-
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VOLKSWAGON GTI,
'03, 1.8L Turbo, Air,
PS/PW/PL, Cruise,
AM/FM/CD/Cass, ABS.
Diamond Suzuki Price
$14,777. 386-424-9000.




FUSION 2007 90ccatv
4strok fully auto, remote
kill, disc brakes, throttle
limiter 5 colors to choose.
no deposit. We deliver.
only $10. in crate special
$389. 1-678-481-6230 or
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Cars & Trucks. Some
Bought. Highest Prices
Paid. Any Year or Condi-
tion. 386-423-0660 or
386-426-3274.

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650 VSTAR CLASSIC-
Perfect for ladies or gen-
tlemen! '03, indigo blue,
exc.cond.,2800 mi., many
extras! Very strong bike!
$6500/obo. 321-253-0001
HARLEY DAVIDSON
FLHP ROAD KING.
2004, 17,000 miles, many
extras! Asking $13,500.
321-693-9647
HONDA CR85 3 Avail-
able, 2004 to 2005. Stock
to Modified. Priced from
$1500 to $2500, Please
call 772-359-0494
KAWASAKI KX250, '91,
runs great! $1000/obo.
321-258-9803


YAMAHA WR426, '01, all
stock, mint condition,
$2000/obo. Please call
321-258-9803




2004 BRECKENRIDGE-
40' Park Model, full deck
& awning, w/d, many ex-
tras. Exc. cond. must
see! Immed. occupancy.
$31,900. 386-424-5781
34" SUNNYBROOK: 5th
wheel, '04, 2 slides, W/D,
TV's, many xtras. Incld's
2003 FORD F350 Diesel
21K mi. V8, Great Cond!
BOTH $57K obo
561-798-1070 or 561-685
-6639 See photo at:www
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5TH WHEEL CARDI-
NAL- 2001 32', 2 slide
outs, tons of outside stor-
age, fully loaded, TV,
central vac, microwave,
w/d, excellent condition!
$20,000 352-771-5633
CARDINAL TRAVEL
TRAILER- '98, 33'
w/superslide. .Excellent
cond. many extras incl.
built-in ice maker. Locat-
ed in New Smyrna gated
senior's travel park.
$15,900 386-409-0574
CRUISE AIR, '00, 35',
Class A, Ford V10, queen
bed, 1 slide out, W/D,
loaded, 56K, exc. cond.,
$48,500. 321-269-1985
See photo online at www.
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AD#17160
FOREST RIVER CLASS
C-2003, 26', Rear island
queen, 1 slide, Ig storage
areas, 13K, like new, non
smokers, no pets. Asking
$39K 386-424-9375
FRONTIER- by KZ,
'04-'05, new tires, couch
slide. Immac. Outdoor
grill & shower. 27'10",
4698 Ibs $13,900/offer
386-409-7711
JAYCO CLASS A 2002-
19K, $65,000 obo, 35
feet, 2 slides,work horse
340 hp gas pkg, like new.
863-422-5124 or e-mail:
rpscott@tampabay.rr.co
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ROADTREK 04' sleeps
2,full kit & shower, 23,000
mi, excel cond, no smok-
ing or pets, XM sat. radio,
$44,000 772-299-6013
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CHEVY MONTE CARLO
SS- dark blue, black
leather, loaded, only 20K
$15,495
Daytona Mitsubishi
386-252-7000
GMC ENVOY XUV, '04,
Auto, PW/PL, Cruise, tilt,
only 25K miles. Free Life-
time Oil Changes. Dia-
mond Suzuki Price
$15,999. 386-424-9000.
HONDA CRV LX- 2005,
4 wd, new condition,
blue, 24K miles, CD, abs,
Perfect 28 mpg $17,900
O.B.O.386-672-7379
ISUZU TROOPER LTD-
'01, 4x4, 75K mi, leather,
sunroof, 6 cd changer,
new tires, dark green.
$9300 386-426-6970'
MERCEDES BENZ ML
320 '01- Alloys, Leather,
Sunroof, All options.
$17,995.
Daytona Mitsubishi
386-252-7000
Mitsubishi Outlander
XLS Sport, '04, 2.4L, Au-
to, 2WD, Air, PS.PW/PL,
Cruise, AM/FM/CD, Roof
Rack. Diamond Suzuki
Price $12,975.
386-424-9000.
SUZUKI XL-7, '06, Auto,
Air, Rear Air, PS/PW/PL,
Cruise, AM/FM/CD/MP3,
ABS, 3rd Seat, Roof
Rack, Alloys. Diamond
Suzuki -Price $18,888.
386-424-9000.



CHEVROLET 1500 4x4-
'95, excellent condition,
94k miles, auto, toolbox,
bedliner. $4900/offer
386-212-7269
CHEVY LUMINA- 1992,
minivan, $500. Call Tim
386-290-4571 for details.
CHEVY SILVERADO-
'98, 4x4, Z71, Extended
cab, 3rd door, all options.
great conditions $8500
386-690-3348
DODGE DAKOTA,' 1992,
6 cyl. Ext. Cab, AM/FM,
Cassette, Cold Air. Runs
and Looks Good.
$2,800.386-763-1521
FORD CLUBWAGON-
E150, '94 8 pass, a/c,
107K, new brakes, pads,
front, back, brake lines.
Gutter rails on top rusted.
$1600 386-423-4252
FORD RANGER EDGE
'01 V6, 5 speed, Alloys,
Step side $7995.
Daytona Mitsubishi
386-252-7000


GMC 1500- '04, Extend-
ed cab, V8, chrome
$15,995
Daytona Mitsubishi
386-252-7000
GRAND CARAVAN- '03,
rear air, dual sliders, pw/
pdl, only 8k miles
$11,995
Daytona Mitsubishi
386-252-7000
PONTIAC TRANSPORT-
1994, over 100k miles, 7
passenger, good condi-
tion, inside and out.
$1499 386-788-0227

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1996 BAYLINER- 35',
motoryacht, motivated
seller, 99K Call James
904-476-4396 or email
msajwa@hotmail.com
AQUASPORT 165 '00
w/trailer. 50 HP Johnson.
Low hours. Bimini top.
Fish/depth finder, ladder
+ extras $5800. Like New,
Must see. 321-259-7364

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18' Pontoon
w/40 HP 4-troke
Suzui EFI
w/Bmimnl-
Changing Room
AM/FCD -
console w/gauges
$11,995
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price
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closed, 6'x12', ramp and
side door. Lights and
vent. Used Only 1 time.
$2,500. 386-345-3065


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Tow w/PT Cruiser, swing-
away Trailer, Rare 25HP
Mercury,Pwr tilt, awning,
cover, garaged- excel-
lent! First $3,500 takes
all 386-672-1944 see
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For Sale: 2000 Yamaha
Jet Drive 115 outboard
engine. Good shape.
Best offer. 352-347-2016
KEY LARGO- 2000, 16ft.
inboard fuel tank, fish
finder, bimini top, excel-
lent condition. Asking
$6500 386-478-1125
PONTOON BOAT:
Sweetwater 22', 1996,
40hp Yahama, stereo,
vhf, Hummingbird fish
finder, chgn room, porta
pottie, sink, bimini, & tan-
dem axle trier. All the ex-
tras. $5500.
772-781-4269
SAILBOAT- 21', Sleeps
2+, bimini, excellent trail-
er, sails, rigging, 9.9hp
Johnson. Great Price!
$2,750. 2630 Kumquat
Drive Edgewater
386-847-9020
SPORTCRAFT 232- '98
Walkaround, exc condi-
tion, Mercruiser w/Alpha
1, trailer, electronics, cov-
er, $22K- 321-206-8358

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