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PORT ORANGE PONCE INLET
SOUTH DAYTONA ADAYTONA BEACH SHORES


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Vol. 1, No. 52


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Skateboarders just want a place of their own


City considering
a solution
BY JEANNE WILLARD
Staffwriter
PONCE INLET Five
teens say they aren't try-
ing to make trouble for
anyone, yet they keep
getting kicked out wher-
ever they go.
Tyler Okhovatian, 13,
Christian Borden, 12,
Patrick Fuzzard, 13, Paul
Bell, 14, and George
Torzsa, 13, are avid skate-
boarders.
The only place they can
practice the sport without
a hassle is in their own
driveway, said Tyler.
As if to prove his point
the group was skate-
boarding in the parking
lot of the Ponce Inlet
Community Center Dec.
10, when they were
chased away by Joe Gras-
so, board member of the


center.
Mr. Grasso said it's an
ongoing problem.
He said he has to con-
stantly tell the kids that
skateboarding is not
allowed in the center's
parking lot.
There are signs posted
around the building pro-
hibiting skating.
"Look, I agree they need
a place to play," Mr. Gras-
so said, "just not in the
parking lot."
The boys don't just
skate in the lot; they fly
off the stairs and use ply-
wood for ramps, he said.
He's concerned about
potential liability the
cars in the lot and he
claims the boys turn a
bench on its side to use
for trick jumps.
But what started out as
a simple quest for a place
to skateboard has turned
into a civics lesson for the
I See SKATE, A4


Staff photo by Jeanne Willard
Tyler Okhovatian, 13, Paul Bell, 14, George Torzsa, 13, Christian Borden, 12, and Patrick
Fuzzard, 13, all avid skateboarders, are trying to convince the town of Ponce Inlet to build
a skate park.


This Week


Haley Mitchell/staff photographer
School officials say Volusia County's half-cent sales tax
is paying off after five years. Construction on the fourth
and fifth grade and administration buildings is all that is
left to be completed for South Daytona Elementary
School.


Haley Mitchell/staff photographer
Phase one of construction is completed at South Daytona Elementary School. The new
kindergarten and first-grade buildings are already in use. The half-sent sales tax is to help
improve schools that are overcrowded or outdated.


UPLIFTING STATS


Spruce Creek
weightlifters
dominate again


Tax
talk

County
property
appraiser
offers
opinion on
problems,
solutions


B5


Morgan Gilreath

A7


Half-cent sales tax- five years later


Promises made,
promises kept,
says school
board
BY JEANNE WILLARD
Staffwriter
Are local schools and
residents seeing prom-
ised results from the


$163.7 million in sales
tax earmarked for school
construction?
"Absolutely," said
Amanda Wiles, assistant
principal of South Day-
tona Elementary. "All the
portables will be gone."
The elementary school
has 20 portable class-
rooms that will be
removed once construc-.
tion is complete, she


said.
With the passage of the
half- cent sales tax refer-
endum in October 2001,
a 10-year school con-
struction program was
implemented in Volusia
County targeting schools
such as South Daytona
Elementary that were
old, outdated and over-
crowded.
Dollars generated from


the half-cent sales tax
must be used solely for
construction, repair and
renovation of public
schools, said Patricia
Drago, executive director
of facilities for the Volu-
sia County School Board.
Construction is fin-
ished on the first phase
at South Daytona Ele-
mentary, including a new
kindergarten and first-


grade building now in
use, Ms.,Wiles said.
A new building hous-
ing the fourth and fifth
grade and administration
is targeted for comple-
tion by the end of March.
Upgrading the kitchen
facilities and cafeteria
are next on the agenda,
she said.
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Memories
of .Benny

Sports writer
Anita Bevins
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index
Calendar .............................. A16
Classified ................................ B8
Crossword .............................. B7
Dining Guide ...................... A16
Horoscopes ......................... B1
Sports .................................. B5
Crime Report .................... AS
Lifestyle .................................. B1
Travel .................................... A14
Viewpoint .............................. A6
Deaths .................................... B2


Photo courtesy of the Port Orange Fire Department
Lt. Gary Sedacca, Scott Russell and Phillip Callea, paramedics with the Port Orange
Fire Department, inspect the 'EZ 10 Driver,' a new lifesaving piece of equipment pur-
chased with the help of a grant from the Port Orange Wal-Mart.


Bone drill


may save lives


BY JEANNE WILLARD
Staff writer.
PORT ORANGE The
idea of drilling into a per-
son's bone may make some
wince, but a new piece of
emergency equipment
purchased by the city
could save lives.
The Port Orange Fire and
Rescue is the first depart-
ment in Volusia County to
acquire the "EZ 10 Driver,"
said Tonya Gilardi, public
information officer for fire
department.
Resembling a small drill,
the device allows para-
medics to access a person's


bloodstream through a
bone in the lower leg, she
said.
The drivers could be
used on an unconscious
patient when conventional
IV access is unsuccessful
and immediate access to
the bloodstream is needed,
Ms. Gilardi said.
The department pur-
chased seven devices at
$280 each, funded by a
$3,000 grant from the Port
Orange Wal-Mart.
The remainder of the
grant money went toward
purchasing needles and
training material for the
paramedics.


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From page Al
Currently, the kitchen
has no air conditioning
and the freezer is located
outside, so food service
workers must go outside
to retrieve items needed
for lunch preparation.
The school district has
accomplished a signifi-,
cant amount of work over
the first five years of the
program. Mrs. Drago
said.
In east Volusia County,
completed upgrades
include Spruce Creek
High School and Port
Orange Elementary.
Atlantic High School is
scheduled to receive new
classrooms and science
labs.
Sales tax dollars paid
for the construction for
the new Port Orange Ele-
mentary school "V" on
Williamson Blvd., target-
ed for completion this
spring. The school will
accommodate 730 stu-
dents next fall.
In addition to school
sites targeted for
upgrades or construc-
tion, playground equip-
ment has been upgraded
at all elementary schools
in Volusia County.
Mrs. Drago said she
hopes the public can see


the fruits of their vote,
five years into the pro-
gram.
Voters were promised
that the money would be
spent on specific proj-
ects, she said, and that's
how the money is being
spent.
"The board has been
committed to keeping
every promise made," she
said.
A project oversight
committee is responsible
for keeping tabs on the1
progress and status" of'
projects funded by the
referendum.
The school district has
an incentive to keep con-
struction costs down as
the state legislature
rewards districts for con-
structing schools at costs
below the state standard.
Lottery dollars are not
used to fund construction
projects, said Mrs. Drago,
addressing a common
misconception. That
money has been used to
fund art, music, physical
education and school
recognition programs.
The sales tax will sunset
on Dec. 31, 2016.
The tax cannot contin-
ue beyond the approved
15-year limit without
voter approval.
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Flipping pancakes


for funds
BY JEANNE WILLARD
Staff writer
PORT ORANGE Ray
Kenzik and Jay Talaber
flipped pancakes like pros
at Aunt Catfish's Restau-
rant Saturday to raise
funds for Father Lopez
High School boy's basket-
ball team.
The two "basketball
dads" each have a son who
plays on the varsity team.
"You can't beat this," said
Mr. Kenzik, referring to the
view from the waterfront
restaurant as customers
enjoyed breakfast served
to them by the basketball
team.

Luke Kensik and Billy Serle,
Father Lopez High School
basketball players, take
breakfast orders from Port
Orange residents Jordan
Hopkins, 14, Bobby
McCabe, 12, Blair Hopkins,
12, and Lamar Hopkins.
The fundraiser held
Saturday at Aunt Catfish's
restaurant raised money
for the team.












Staff photo by
Jeanne Willard


Aunt Catfish hosts a
fundraiser once a month
for area high school teams,
providing pancake batter,
coffee and the facilities.
"It's one of our major
fundraisers," said team
member Steven Valentine,
17. He and fellow team
members pre-sold tickets
and stood outside the
restaurant holding signs to
attract additional hungry
customers.
Coach Eddie Miller said
the money raised goes
toward equipment, T-
shirts and travel expenses.
Willard@hometownnew-
sol.com


Staff photo by Jeanne Willard
Billy Serle, Father Lopez High School basketball player, serves breakfast
to Port Orange residents Jordan Hopkins, 14, Bobby McCabe, 12, Lamar
Hopkins and his father, also Lamar Hopkins. The fundraiser held Satur-
day at Aunt Catfish's restaurant raised money for the team.


WEEK IN
REVIEW

Votran announces fare increase
On Jan. 14, Votran raised full-price
fares to $1.25, the first fare hike since
1998.
An upgraded fare collection system
will allow for more payment options uti-
lizing electronic fare boxes that accept
and distribute magnetic swipe cards,
replacing paper tokens.
A new $3 all-day pass allows passen-
gers to make unlimited trips during the
day and transfers are eliminated. Three-
day, seven-day and 31-day passes are
now available. Fares can be paid with
cash, tokens or passes.

Disney pulls brochures
In a move termed a business decision,
Disney officials removed its brochures
from area hotels, leaving the Hotel Motel
Association of Volusia unhappy with the
explanation.
Bob Davis, president of the association
said he's been pushing to get Disney to
rescind the decision.
Tourist brochures are a staple at area
hotels in the Daytona Beach area giving
visitors information about the attraction
parks inVolusia County.

South Daytona bridge completed
The new Valencia pedestrian timber
bridge at Melodie Park 2200 Oriole Lane,
was completed just in time for students
heading back to school after the holi-
days. The bridge provides a path for stu-
dents on their way to and from South
Daytona Elementary.

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Staff photo by Jeanne Willard
Patrick Fuzzard, 13, defies gravity as he catches some air while skateboarding with
friends Christian Borden, 12, Paul Bell, 14, Tyler Okhovatian, 13, and George Torzsa, 13, in
Ponce Inlet. The group is petitioning the town of Ponce Inlet to install a skate park.


Patrick Fuzzard, 13,
attempts a trick off
a ledge while
skateboarding with B
friends Christian ',
Borden, 12, Paul
Bell, 14, Tyler
Okhovatian, 13,
and George
Torzsa, 13, in
Ponce Inlet.















Staff photo by
Jeanne Willard


Skate
From page Al
Silver Sands students.
The teens saw a need
and initiated a proposal.
"I just wanted a skate
park," Tyler said.
When his mom encour-
aged him to talk to the city,
he researched the project,
and he and Christian gath-
ered signatures on a peti-
tion.
When they realized more
ammunition was needed,
the group of friends col-
lected more than 150 sig-
natures, and Tyler present-
ed their case to the town
council.
"My friends all backed
me up," Tyler said, even
though he was the point
man.
Their pleas touched a
chord with the city, and the
matter was taken under
advisory by the Parks,
Recreation and Tree Advi-
sory Board, said Margi
Richard, associate planner.


The boys don't dispute
that they shouldn't be
skate boarding in a lot of
places, especially on pri-
vate property.
Because there's no place
to go, they take their
chances, and just pack up
and move along if chal-
lenged.
They said they've been
chased out of parking lots,
driveways, streets and
even their own sidewalks.
Max Binz, public infor-
mation officer with the
police department, said it's
not illegal to skate on
streets or sidewalks, just
private property.
Backers of the park argue
that there aren't enough
recreation venues for
young teens and there's no
place to skate in the city.
But Pam Jekel, a Ponce
Inlet resident, thinks pro-
ponents have been
"romanced into the idea"
without taking a hard look
at it.
"I'm not for it," she said.
She doesn't buy the fact


that there aren't enough
recreational opportunities
in the town, citing the
beach, river and parks.
She said the kids could
skateboard on any number
of dead-end or cul-de-sac
streets in town.
Her biggest objection,
however, is the park would
encourage teens to hang
out without supervision.
She thinks that could be
a recipe for trouble.
"Some people think we
are bad news altogether,"
said Patrick, trying to
explain why he thinks he
and the other kids get so
much grief.
Christian acknowledged
that some skaters have a
reputation for vandalizing
and causing trouble. But,
the boys emphasized,
that's a bad rap.
"None of us have ever
done that," Christian said.
The town council has
approved $50,000 to fund a
dog and skateboard park;
however, the park is not a
done deal.
Two sites are being con-
sidered: the north or south
side of the old town hall on
Peninsula Drive.
Designers will prepare a
site-specific study and
present that information
to the Parks, Recreation
and Tree Advisory board
Feb. 5.
If the board votes to rec-
ommend the skate park
proposal, it then goes to
the town council for
approval Feb. 21.
Patrick had one final plea
to the city:
"Just give us a safe place
to skate."

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POLICE REPORTS 1A"


Port Orange

*Juan M. Leallara, 37,
of Port Orange, was
charged Jan. 15 with bat-
tery on a law enforce-
ment officer. Bail was set
at $5,250.

*Jewell Elaine Reuther,
46, of Port Orange, was
charged Jan. 14 with pos-
session of crack cocaine
and schedule II and IV
narcotics. Bail was set at
$9,000.

*Leland Friend, 43, of
Port Orange, was charged
Jan. 14 with aggravated
assault. Bail was set at
$2,000.

*Martin Thomas
Kucera, 43, alias Lee
Pratt, alias Martin
Kucera, of Port Orange,
was charged Jan. 14 with
possession of crack
cocaine. Bail was set at
$1,000.

*Ryan Charles Varna-
doe, 31, of Port Orange,
was charged Jan. 13 with
uttering a forgery. Bail
was set at $10,000.


*Melvy David Dowl-
ing, 64, of Port Orange,
was charged Jan. 13 with
failure to register as a sex
offender. Bail was set at
$1,000.

*Aaron Daniel Cauley,
32, of Port Orange, was
charged Jan. 11 with
aggravated battery. No
bail was set

*Heather Elizabeth
Bugayong, 33, of Port
Orange, was charged Jan.
10 with violation of pro-
bation for driving without
a license habitual, and
possession of cocaine. No
bail was allowed.

*Sean James McKin-
non, 32, of Port Orange,
was charge Jan. 10 with
violation of probation in
reference to grand theft
motor vehicle. No bail was
allowed.

+Bubby Keegan Hel-
dreth, 21, of Port Orange,
was charged Jan. 10 with
violation of probation for
carrying a concealed
weapon. No bail was
allowed.


+Pamela Annette
Acevedo, 27, of South
Daytona, was charged
Jan. 10 on violation of
probation for aggravated
child abuse. No bail was
allowed.

*Steven H. Sullivan, 18,
of Port Orange, was
charged Jan. 10 with pos-
session of cannabis with
intent to sell and posses-
sion of darvocet. Bail was
set at $9,500.

*Arthur Randall West,
32, of Port Orange, was
charged Jan. 9 with pos-
session of cocaine. Bail
was set at $1,000.

South Daytona

*Lorenzo David Gibbs,
20, of South Daytona, was
charged Jan. 12 with
armed robbery, making a
false police report and
false imprisonment. Bail
was set at $23,000.

Ponce Inlet

+Two individuals broke
into the North Turn
Restaurant, 4511 S.


Atlantic Ave., Jan 12
breaking into vending
machines, taking cash
and causing more than
$1,000 in damage.
Although the suspects
attempted to damage sur-
veillance equipment, one
security camera caught a
photo of a male believed
to be involved.

Volusia County
Sheriffs Office

*Hope Elaine
Buchanan, 29, of Port
Orange, was charged Jan.
15 with battery on a law
enforcement officer. Bail
was set at $4,500.

*Donald Martin
Grondin, 52, of South
Daytona, was charged
Jan. 13 with violation of
probation for grand theft.
No bail was allowed.

*Inosa Darceus, 25,
alias Darceus Inosa, of
South Daytona, was
charged Jan. 12 with pos-
session of a controlled
substance. No bail was
set.


Restaurant is site of armed robbery


BY JEANNE WILLARD
Staffwriter

SOUTH DAYTONA -
The manager and an
employee of the Whistle
Junction restaurant, 1845
Ridgewood Ave., got a
frightening surprise as
they were locking the
doors Jan. 10.
Manager Monica
Busque, and Ashley Rein-
hart, were approached by
a man in a black ski


mask, pointing a gun. A
second person stayed in
the background.
According to police, the
masked man ordered the
two into the restaurant
:and told Ms. Busque to
turn off the alarm and
open the safe, or he
would start shooting.
Ms. Busque was unable
to open the safe, but did
surrender cash from a
cabinet, which she put in
a backpack given to her


by the gunman, police
said.
When Ms. Busque
tossed the backpack to
the robber, Ms. Reinhart
attempted to hit the sus-
pect with a hammer in an
effort to get him out of
the office so they could
lock the door, said police.
The robber and his
accomplice took off, and
Ms. Busque called police.
While police were
investigating, they


received another report
of robbery to a person at
a nearby Shell gas sta-
tion, where they contact-
ed Lorenzo David Gibbs,
20, and Jitashio Denoran-
tice Conyer, 20, who
claimed they were vic-
tims.
Police investigators
determined that the two
had robbed the restau-
rant and lied about being

I See ROBBERY, A15


Name: Ronald Rogers
Reason wanted: civil
arrest order
Age: 28
Date of birth: Feb. 5,
1978
Race: black
Height: 5 feet 6 inch-
es
Weight: 150 pounds
Hair: black
Eyes: brown

Crime Stoppers of
Northeast Florida
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the whereabouts of
Ronald Rogers, who's
wanted for a civil
arrest order for non-
payment of child sup-
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purge in the amount
of$570.
Mr. Rogers is a 28-
year-old black man
who previously
resided at 410 Lock-
hart St. in Daytona
Beach. He's about 5
feet 6 inches tall and
weighs about 150
pounds, with black


Ronald Rogers

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If you see Mr. Rogers
or know where he is,
don't attempt to
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Anyone with infor-
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whereabouts is asked
to call Crime Stoppers
toll-free at (888) 277-
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Lack of sidewalk endangers students

Editor's note: The following rant is being reprinted
because we received a response from First Baptist Church
after publication.

I enjoy your paper. I look forward to it every week.
My children attend South Daytona Elementary School.
My problem is that coming from Big Tree Road onto
Kenilworth Road, there is a huge section of the side of
the road that is grass, not sidewalk. The children that
walk or ride their bikes to school are forced to ride or
walk on that dangerous section. From my experience,
children tend not to pay attention while walking with
their friends and drift into the road when there is no
sidewalk.
In the past, South Daytona Baptist Church allowed the
children to walk through the back of the church to the
side street that took them right to the crossing guard on
Big Tree Road. This year, the church has locked the gates
that gave the children access,. forcing the children to
walk or ride in a total "danger zone."
I have heard three reasons the church gave for locking
its gates. They had nothing to do with the elementary
students.
I don't understand why, for the safety of the children,
the church could not unlock their gates at 2 p.m. and
lock them at 2:30 p.m. when the children are safe at
home.
I hope that it doesn't take a tragedy for something to be
done either about the sidewalk or at the church.

Ronnie Barton, pastor ofFirst Baptist Church ofSouth
Daytona, responds:
We would like to respond to the complaint, published in
your newspaper, concerning our church, First Baptist
Church of South Daytona. The writer complained that
we deny walking access on our property to children leav-
ing South Daytona Elementary School.
The gate the writer refers to when they write "through
the back of the church to the side street that took them to
the crossing guard on Big Tree Road" does not belong to
us. That is not one of our gates. None of our gates lead to
that side street the writer refers to.
Also, we do not control the locking of the gates between
our church and the school. Those are controlled by the
school itself One of these gates is on the north side of our
property and has always been open and remains open
before and after school each day to allow children access
to and from the school property.
We also allow parents to park in our north parking lot
in order to pick up their children after school. We have
never locked any gates to deny access to children walking
home from school.
We also know that due to the school construction,
vehicular and foot traffic have been temporarily re-rout-
ed by the school administration. This may be one reason
the children are denied access through certain gates.
We ask the writer and newspaper to personally come
and survey the situation, and if they believe our church is
at fault, please come and speak with us so we may have
the opportunity to explain and/or remedy the situation.

Once a year not good for homeowner

Recently, it was reported that the city of Port Orange is
considering billing residents yearly for trash pickup
rather than each month.
Supposedly, this is the result of a city survey that city
officials claim showed residents strongly favor paying
their garbage bills once a year, especially if it saves the
city money.
City officials have also stated that this new procedure
would save the city the trouble of sending city ratepayers
a monthly bill.
Well, since the city now bills residents for trash pick-up
on the city's monthly utility bill, I fail to see how elimi-
nating one line on that bill is somehow going to save the
taxpayers money.
After all, there aren't going to be any less envelopes
from the city in anyone's mailbox or any less envelope-
stuffing going on by city employees.
The real reason for this proposed change to yearly
billing is to get your money in the city's bank account


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faster, so they can reap the interest on your money -
instead of you. And with more than 26,000 solid waste
customers, all this money really adds up for the city of
Port Orange.
It was also suggested by the city's Public Works director
that the interest the city will generate from this new
billing procedure will be used to offset future rate
increases.
Frankly, I think that is rather naive of him, since the city
already maintains millions of dollars in its Solid Waste
Fund No. 410 ($1,188,627 in operating reserves and
$267,667 in unrestricted funds), and to date, the City
Council has not offset one thin dime of the huge 47 per-
cent increase in solid waste rates that the City Council
simply passed on to residents.
If our City Council is so concerned about us poor tax-
payers, why aren't they using the funds they already have
to help offset this huge increase?
Frankly, I fear that all that interest income will simply
go to fatten the city's already over-bloated Solid Waste
Fund and never be used to provide anyone any relief.
When residents really think about it, this new proposed
billing procedure has absolutely no benefit to anyone
except the city.
As far as I'm concerned, I am very comfortable with our
current billing system. When they pick up my trash, I pay
them; not a year ahead of time.

Ken Parker, city manager of Port Orange, responds:
Thank you for allowing us to respond to the inquiry.
The discussion the city is having with the solid waste
provider is how much could a rate be reduced if they
(hauler) receive payment in larger lump sums rather than
in smaller monthly increments.
For example, if the city was collecting the solid waste fee
as part of the tax bill, approximately 74 percent of the rev-
enue would be collected in December This is compared to
25 percent under the current method.
Almost 100 percent of the money would be collected by
the end of March as compared to 50 percent under the
current method ofcollection.
Under the assessment process, the solid waste charges
are charged to the property. What that means is less write
offs because of customers not paying their solid waste bills
since the property owner is responsible for paying the
charges as part of their tax bill.
Yes, the city does have a deposit to cover charges. If a
customer leaves, the deposit is used to pay the final bill. If
the deposit is not enough, then it is applied in a priority
sequence. The priority sequence is water first, then sewer
and finally solid waste.
What the City Council did was preserve the right to use
this method of collecting the solid waste rates. The Coun-
cil has made it extremely clear that unless major savings
can be achieved in the solid waste rates, then this method
would not be considered by City Council. No decision has
been made on whether to adopt this method.
The City Council is listening to the residents. They
desire feedback.
Last year, when the City Council received bids for solid


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waste service, they looked at several alternatives before
awarding the contract. The City Council provided resi-
dents with the ability to respond to an on-line survey as
well as doing a mail-in survey of Port Orange residents.
The Council asked several questions. If implemented, each
question could have resulted in a potential saving. For
example, the City Council asked the residents if they
wanted to reduce the number of collections they receive
each week. Currently, garbage is collected two days per
week, recycling is collected one day per week and yard
waste is collected once per week. For example, the unin-
corporated Volusia County resident receives one garbage
pickup per week, one recycling pickup and one yard waste
pickup. Overwhelmingly, those that responded both to the
online surtveri as well as the mail survey stated that they
werg not interested in,.reducing the number and type of
collection they receive.
The City Council asked about eliminating the fall and
spring cleanup collection. Again, residents like the fall
and spring cleanup program.
The City Council asked if the residents were interested in
allowing older trucks in their neighborhoods to collect
solid waste. Again, a majority of the respondents stated
that they were not interested in having older trucks in
their neighborhoods. Older trucks tend to leak oil, where-
as the city contract requires the trucks to be replaced every
five years in order to minimize these types of leaks. Again,
the majority of the'respondents stated that they felt the
city's policy was the correct one.
The City Council asked residents about allowing the
company to have individuals working as day laborers
who were not employees of the company working in their
neighborhoods collecting solid waste. Again, the residents
stated they felt the city's position that the individuals col-
lecting garbage in their neighborhoods should be employ-
ees of the company and not from a day labor pool.
There were other questions the Council asked residents
in order to receive valuable input. Each of the service
related-issues the residents responded back that they did
not uant to reduce frequency of service or method ofserv-
ice delivery: The City'Council looked at the city providing
the service rather than a private contractor. The cost
would have been more if the city itself provided the collec-
tion service.
Residents were asked about whether they would consid-
er paying the solid waste fees annually as part of their tax
bill. The input received was that they would consider it
only if a reduction of rates could be achieved. In order to
consider such an approach, the City Council had to meet
certain legal requirements to preserve its right to use this
collection method.
The city has met the statutory requirement to preserve
the non-ad valorem option for the fiscal year beginning
Oct. 1,2007. The property appraiser and the state ofFlori-
da have been provided proper notification that the city
has met the statutory requirement preserving the right to
use the non-ad valorem assessment method during the
next fiscal year

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The problems with Florida's property tax


n this three-part series,
I will discuss Florida's
property tax problems
and make recommenda-
tions for comprehensive
solutions.
First, I will identify flaws
of the current state prop-
erty tax:
1. Homestead cap
"portability." Floridians
cannot move from one
place to another. Young
couples cannot afford a
larger second home as
their family grows, and
older citizens cannot
afford to retire to a lower-
priced home. Floridians
are bound in their existing
homes because moving to
a new one creates unbear-
able property tax burdens.
This negatively impacts
mobility of our citizens,
creates untold related
business complications
and depresses real estate
market activity.
2. Unbearable business
tax increases Florida's
business community has
borne the brunt of the


highest spending increases
by local government in
Florida's history: The
increases in spending,
combined in the shift of
taxes from Save Our
Homes, is literally impact-
ing the viability of doing
business for many mer-
chants (due to pass
through of taxes), renters
and business owners who
also own their land. It is
my opinion that this has
reached sufficient level to
negatively impact corpo-
rate relocation decisions,
making it an economic
development issue as well.
3. Incredible increases in
government spending.
Over the past five years,
Florida's local govern-
ments have increased
taxes at many multiples of
the consumer price index.
Over the past seven years,
the CPI has averaged an
annual increase of 2.9
percent per year. Over the
same period, four typical
Volusia taxing authorities
increased their spending
(their property taxes) by an


MORGAN GILREATH
Property appraiser
average of 16.9 percent per
year. During those seven
years, the general econo-
my (as measured by the
CPI) grew by 20.3 percent,
overall. During that same
seven years, these local
governments (taxing -
authorities) increased
their property taxes by
115.9 percent. In other
words, local governments
voted to increase taxes at
almost six times the rate
their constituents'
incomeswere rising.
4. The statewide property


tax base has become so
depleted by exemptions
that no matter what
remedy is found, property
taxes will remain a signifi-
cant cost to property
owners. Another source of
revenue, in my opinion, is
needed to supplement the
property tax. For example,
the overall market value of
property inVolusia County
is $58 billion. Thirty-five
percent of that is exempt,
leaving only $38 billion as
taxable value. New
exemptions do not cost
local governments money;
they shift who pays the
taxes. All taxes not paid by
exempt persons or agen-
cies are paid by those
without the exemption. It's
that simple. There has
never been any require-
ment for governments to
cut spending to accommo-
date a new exemption. The
costs of any new exemp-
tion are simply paid by all
who didn't get it.
5. High (and unequal)
property taxes make
owning a first home very


difficult for many of
Florida's young first
homeowners-to-be. The
same problem faces all
new Florida residents
moving in from out of
state. This, too, could be
impacting individual and
corporate relocation
decisions, and of course,
has an additional negative
impact on the real estate
industry in Florida. Two
thousand years ago, when
one became a Roman
citizen, he or she enjoyed
the same rights as all other
Roman citizens. Today, all
new Americans, upon
receiving citizenship, have
the same rights as all
others. In Florida, the only
citizens enjoying the same
rights are those who
arrived in the same year.
The inequity exists
between resident home-
owners (all with the same
homestead exemption
authorized by the same
state constitution) and is
even worse for Florida's
businesses and other non-
homesteaded properties.


It takes the social stigma
surrounding "and when
did 'you' move to town?"
and places it right in the
debit column of our
citizens' checking
accounts. All Florida
citizens need to be equal.
6. Florida's laws (and
governments) need to be
forthright in communi-
cating with their public.
One of the reasons people
don't trust government is
because government does
not tell them, in simple
terms, what it is doing to
them. Often, it's just the
opposite. There are some
simple ways the actions
of government can be
more communicative and
accurate in communicat-
ing what government is
doing to its taxpayers.
Next week's column will
discuss proposals for a
comprehensive solution
to Florida's property tax
problems.

Morgan Gilreath is the
Volusia County property
appraiser.


Rants & Raves
From page A6


The City Council has not made a decision on whether to
use or implement this collection method.
There are several steps that must be completed before
formal consideration. First, the city must negotiate a price
reduction with the company. If the city staff is unsuccess-
ful in negotiating substantial lower rates with the compa-
ny, based upon the input the citizens provided last sum-
mer, I do not see implementing the non-ad valorem
method of collection of solid waste rates. That is the main
purpose for considering this approach rate reduction.
Second, prior to consideration, each property owner is
required to receive notice and a public hearing conducted.
Third, a public hearing is required and to receive input
from property owners. These public hearings would nor-
mally be conducted during the June/July timeframe. At
each step, the City Council could determine not to move to
the next step based upon the input from the public. Volu-


sia County collects its solid waste bills on its tax bill.
The City Council wants input from residents on this and
other issues facing our community. City Council meetings
are open to the public, and there are opportunities to pro-
vide direct citizen input. Port Orange residents can watch
Port Orange City Council meetings on Brighthose Chan-
nel 99. The City Council does video streaming of its. City
Council meetings on its Web site atwww.port-orange.org.
Throughout the year, the City Council holds neighbor-
hood meetings in order for residents to meet directly with
Council members in an informal setting. They are organ-
ized around City Council Districts. The Council will meet
with residents who reside in Council District 3 at 9 a.m.,
Saturday, Jan. 20, at City Hall.
Residents are encouraged to attend. Port Orange Coun-
cil members can be reached by e-mail, listed on the city's
Web site.


Voter pleased developer
shares information

I would like to defend (Mike) Visconti. He is stating
his remarks based on knowledge from the inside that
the public does not have the privilege to know.
I always thought the public is not educated enough
on how to vote on the issues, so they vote what they
hear from the cities and the counties. They need to
hear from the builders and the building industry.
Sometimes when you vote for something, it is not
what it appears. Take, for example, the building
height amendment. Someday, we will suffer because
we can't put a hospital in Edgewater because of the
height limit. It will all come back to bite us.


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Hi, Hometown News
readers. We start by
remembering the
late and great Dr. Martin
Luther King, and Volusia
County remembered.
Many different volunteer
organizations commemo-
rated the holiday by
"stepping out" and being
part of the "The King Day
of Service Building on
the Dream."
Groups honored Dr.
King's legacyby building
affordable Habitat for
Humanity homes, creating
wheelchair ramps to help
folks who, until now,
struggled to get into their
homes, and working on
historical projects county-
wide.
The Rev. Al Sharpton was
the keynote speaker at a
banquet in Daytona Beach
to celebrate the life of Dr.
Martin Luther King. The
Rev. Sharpton reminded
people not to let the
memory of Dr. King simply
fuel ceremonial and
anniversary celebrations,
but rather to be a cause for
change and growth.
The Rev. Sharpton told
WESH 2 he would decide
in the next few months
whether he'll make a run
for the Democratic nomi-
nation for president in
2008. Many in the crowd at
the Daytona Beach Hilton
Oceanfront told us they
believe The Rev. Sharpton
would be a positive force in
the political arena for all
people.
From the odd, but true,
file: A man walked into a
bank in South Daytona
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DannyVillegas, 44,
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investigators are looking
into an attack on an 81-
year-old woman near Holly
Hill. Holly Scott answered
her door and was beaten
when at least one, and
perhaps two men, forced
their way into her home on
Primrose Lane. One
suspect briefly knocked
her unconscious.
Ms. Scott's roommate,
Amberly Scott, was also
home, but was in a back
bedroom and locked the
door while calling 911.
The ski-masked suspect
stole Holly's jewelry and
cash, and Holly and
Amberly heard him
barking orders to another
person, which is why
officials think a second
suspect might have been
involved. Call Crime
Stoppers at (888) 277-TIPS
if you have any informa-
tion.
A remarkable rescue
occurred in Daytona Beach
where the ground literally
fell out beneath two
construction workers at
the Harbor Beach Resort
on A1A just south of Silver
Beach.
The men were repairing
balconies on the north side
of the building when the
scaffolding they were
standing on partially.
collapsed, leaving them
dangling five stories up.
The men's safety harnesses
were anchored from the
roof, and luckily, the brake
worked and secured the
line.
The Daytona Beach Fire
Department's high-angle
technical rescue team was
practicing a mile away and
raced to the scene, where
they moved quickly to save
the men.
One of the men was
losing blood from an
injured leg in the fall, and
paramedics first attended
to the wound through a
window, then worked from
the floor'above the victims
to pull them in through a
window.
The family of a Daytona
Beach woman, kidnapped
and later murdered after a
violent home invasion, laid
her to rest, still struggling
to understand how it could
have happened. Elizabeth
Uptagrafft, 56, was home
with her son, Joel, and her
mother, 71-year-old
Charlene Bums, when two
suspects, attracted by Ms.
Uptagrafft's car outside,
according to police, burst
into the home. What
followed was two hours of
terror.
Joel Uptagrafft told
WESH 2 he ran out to
rescue his mother when he
heard the commotion,
only to be met with
suspect Cornelius Baker
and his girlfriend, Patricia
Roosa.
Mr. Baker pointed a gun
at Mr. Uptagrafft. He said
he was grabbed, thrown to
the floor and pistol-
whipped. He was in the
hospital for several days
with injuries.
Ms. Burns said the
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suspects not to take Ms.
Uptagrafft, who was
ultimately shot to death.
The family said despite
their nightmare, they feel
for the families of the
suspects who didn't ask for
any of this. They encourage
all residents to keep an eye
on friends and neighbors
because they said they
learned firsthand that
violence can strike anyone.
A jury is seated and first
testimony began this week
in the case of a Holly Hill
woman who prosecutors
said conspired with her
nanny to have her hus-
band killed.
Karen Tobie was arrested
June 2004, along with her
friend and nanny, Lynne
Blake, and Tysjohaun
Cooper. Authorities said
Ms. Tobie paid $2,700 to
have her husband killed.
John Cataneo was shot to
death in the foyer of his
home. Investigators said
the motive was a half-
million-dollar life insur-
ance policy.
Ms. Tobie and Mr.
Cooper are being tried
together. The nanny, Ms.
Blake, pleaded guilty and
will testify against them.
WESH reported last week
about the owner of the
UPS store on Beville Road
in Daytona Beach, who
was arrested for stealing
holiday gifts people were
mailing from his store.
Joseph Colombo alleged-
ly stole several gift cards
two victims said they
mailed from his store that
never arrived. Police think
Mr. Colombo did a lot
more than that, and
investigators said he had
help from an employee.
Police think Mr. Colom-
bo and employee David
Jones opened hundreds of
packages and helped
themselves to anything
they could. Police said
surveillance from one store
clearly shows suspect Mr.
Colombo using several of
the gift cards.
They're asking anyone
who used the store to
check with family and
friends to ensure the
packages and envelopes
were delivered.
Local authorities contin-
ue to work with the feds to
get to the bottom of a debit
card scam that erupted just
before Christmas.
Investigators in south-
eastVolusia County said
they have some good
leads. Losses may go over a
million dollars. The thieves
probably used a high-tech
scanning device that fits
right over the card reader
at pay-at-the-pump gas
stations. They stole debit
card numbers and made
counterfeit cards that were
used in Las Vegas, among
other places. There are
more than 500 victims in
Edgewater, New Smyrna
Beach and Port Orange.
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back to a restored campus
after the Christmas Day
tornado wreaked havoc.
The twister destroyed
buildings and tossed
several dozen airplanes
around. Those tools of the
trade on campus were
destroyed.
In very short order,
however, Flight Depart-
ment chairman Frank
Ayres told WESH 2 they
have replaced the dam-
aged or destroyed planes
and even added several to
the fleet. Alumni, aircraft
manufacturers and others
Heard the call for help and
either donated or leased
private aircraft.
There will be afew
adjustments in terms of
class work. For example,
some students will practice
on simulators in the
college of aviation atrium
while building repairs
continue, but campus
administrators said they
won't miss a beat. This
week, students are literally
flying high.
Sheriffs deputies said a
prowler got more than he
bargained for near New
Smyrna Beach recently.
Deputies said citizens
saw suspectJohn Shelly
and another man trying to
break into a van along
Glencoe Road. The sus-
pects took off when they
realized they'd been seen.
While deputies searched
for the suspects, the
citizens continued to look
as well, and as they drove
along MissioinDrive, they
spotted Mr. Shelly. The
citizens offered Mr. Shelly
a beer and a ride to the
highway. Authorities said
he accepted, only to find
himself delivered into the
arms of deputies waiting
Along Taylor Road. A
second suspect took off.
Deputies believe the
men.maybe responsible
for several other crimes in
the area.
South Daytona police are
trying to find the man who
they said robbed a Kanga-
roo Express at gunpoint
last month. They're looking
for Andrew Jerome
Williams, 24, who allegedly
hit the store on Beville
Road just before Christ-
mas.
Police said Mr. Williams
demanded the clerk give
him cash from the drawer,
and when the clerk resis-
ted, Mr. Williams allegedly
threw a chair at the clerk
and pulled out a shotgun.
Mr. Williams may also go
by the name Malik Bell.
Crime Stoppers is offering
a reward of up to $1,000 for
new information.
The Volusia County
Health Department
advises against swimming
along a stretch of beach in ,
Daytona Beach Shores
because they detected
elevated levels of bacteria
in the ocean water. The
beach at the Florida Shores
approach isn't closed, but
officials said bird activity
forces them to warn
against swimming. It's not
unusual this time of year
when migratory birds
populate the beachfront,
and they are flocking right
now. What they leave in the
water isn't good for people.
The bacteria can cause


stomach problems, upper
respiratory infections and
skin problems.
The Health Department
will be sampling the water
almost daily. Typically, the
elevated levels return to
normal range in a matter
of days or weeks.
Local residents seemed
thrilled that AirTran has
started flying out of
Daytona Beach Interna-
tional Airport. The low-
cost carrier brings what
many have been asking for
- prices that compare
with Orlando International
Airport. Travelers WESH 2
spoke to as the first AirTran
flight came in said they're
tired of driving 60 miles for
competitive prices.
The county has given
AirTran a sweet deal to
offer four flights to Atlanta
daily and a non-stop flight
to Baltimore in February.
County and airport offi-
cials believe AirTran will
encourage other airlines to
find ways to compete in
the market and are hoping
other low-cost carriers,
including Jet Blue, consid-
er Daytona Beach.
Delta Airlines, which is a
mainstay carrier in the
area, is now offering
competitive flights.
However, United, which
only came to the region a
year ago, had already
announced it will pull out
of Daytona Beach in April.
United was offering daily
flights to Washington, an
area AirTran will also serve.
United also offers
seasonal service to Chica-
go, and airport officials are
hoping to convince United
that the Chicago market is
still viable.
A man accused of
leading Daytona Beach
police on a chase through
three cities, crashing and
injuring a half-dozen
people last August, was
convicted of a different
crime.
Shannon Grayson was
wanted for trying to kill a
man in Daytona Beach,
and he was convicted of
that in court last week,
now facing up to 22 years
to life for attempted
murder.
Police tried to stop Mr.
Grayson, who they said
drove recklessly through
Daytona Beach, South
Daytona and Port Orange
at speeds of more than 80
miles an hour. Surveillance
video shows Mr. Grayson
crashing into several cars
in Port Orange. One
woman was seriously
injured in the crash.
A Kissimmee man was
shot and wounded by
police, as was his passen-
ger, when authorities said
he tried to run them down
during a routine traffic
stop. Officers in Daytona
Beach Shores tried to pull
over John Deltufo, 48, but
he refused to stop.
According to law officers,
Mr. Deltufo aimed for
patrol cars. Officers used
stop sticks to puncture his
tires, although he contin-
ued on, leading them on a
slow-speed chase into
Daytona Beach. Officers
there said they thought
they had him cornered,
but police said Mr. Deltufo
gunned it again and ran
over the feet of Shores
officer Sean Rooney with
his tire rims.
Officers opened fire,


wounding Mr. Deltufo in
the leg and hitting his
passenger, Denise Kirby, in
the arm. Ms. Kirby had met
Mr. Deltufo an hour before,
she said, and was just
trying to get a ride home
when she claims he started
driving recklessly.
Police believe Ms. Kirby
was not at fault and will
not charge her, but Mr.
Deltufo faces a host of
charges, including
attempted murder of a law
enforcement officer. He
has a long criminal history
and was released from
state prison just a year ago.
Officer Rooney will recover
from his injuries.
South Daytona police
officers responded to an
armed robbery recently at
the Whistle Junction
Restaurant on Ridgewood
Avenue. Witnesses said a
man and woman came in
with a gun and forced the
manager to give them
money from the register
before taking off.
About 20 minutes later, a
robbery call came in from
a nearby gas station.
Officers arrived to find a
male and female claiming
that they were robbed by
someone in a red hat.
Officers realized the stories
didn't match up, and the
couple ended up confess-
ing to the robbery at the
Whistle Junction Restau-
rant.
The woman told police
she's pregnant and home-
less and robbed the
restaurant because they
needed quick cash.
Bethune-Cookman
College recently beefed up
security after a small
explosion on campus.
Someone threw some type
of device out from a pick-
up truck 20 feet from
where security guards were
standing. It blew a hole in
the ground, but luckily, no
one was hurt. Witnesses
saw a black Ford F-150
pick-up with a B-CC
license tag and dark-tinted
windows. The school is
working with police to find
the suspect.
We're still in the midst of
flu season, and Daytona
Beach firefighters remind
residents they have some
shots left, but supplies are
dwindling. The city is
offering shots at Fire
Station No. 3 at 945 N.
Halifax Ave., and Fire
Station No. 4,1675 Mason
Ave., which is a drive-
through clinic. Another
drive-through is located at
Fire Station No. 6, 2020
Beville Road.
Finally, Our Lady of
Lourdes Catholic School
has scored a coup. The
well-known art auction
house, Marlin Art of New
York, will bring a collection
of approximately 160
pieces of art, memorabilia
and glass to the Our Lady
of Lourdes Community
Center, with proceeds
benefiting the school.
Prices on the items are said
to be well below market
cost. The auction, along
with hors d' oeuvrest wine,
dessert and coffee, is set
for 7 p.m., Saturday, Jan.
27, at the school on
University Boulevard. The
cost is $10 per person.

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WESH 2 announces
new two-hour
newscast

WESH 2 launched a new
7 a.m. weekday newscast
onWKCF-TV Friday, Jan. 12.
"WESH 2 News on
CW18" will feature news
from overnight and break-
ing news, WESH 2 Weather
Plus forecasts and traffic
updates.
WESH 2 launched central
Florida's only hour-long 4
p.m. news broadcast Aug.
14.
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County awards
contract to local
environmental
consultant

SkyeTec representa-
tives began paperwork to
finalize a three-year
asbestos assessment
contract with Volusia
County.
Volusia County officials
awarded SkyeTec, a Jack-
sonville-based indoor
environmental consult-
ant, the contract to con-
duct asbestos assess-
ments in several
commercial structures


and in local residences as
part of the Community
Assistance Housing
Activity.
The contract is
SkyeTec's largest record-
ed municipal agreement.
Under the contract,
part of SkyeTec's work
will be the Volusia Coun-
ty's Community Assis-
tance Housing Activity.
The program assists
qualified homeowners in
the rehabilitation of their
homes. Because some of
those homes potentially
have asbestos, the Coun-
ty has suspect homes
assessed for safety.
Volusia County's con-


tract with SkyeTec essen-
tially places the company
on retainer to carry out
asbestos assessments per
Florida state regulations
for structures acquired
by the government. Prop-
erties likely to receive an
assessment include both
commercial and residen-
tial structures the county
purchases or in which
the county works.
The county's bid ini-
tially reached 29 poten-
tial contractors, and
SkyeTec won the contract
out of a final pool of eight
Florida companies.

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ne of the nice
features that you
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about your computer is its
uncanny ability to remem-
ber where you've been and
what you've typed before.
Log into the Internet and
type aWeb address in the
address line of your
browser and hit enter.
Then, after visiting other
Web sites, go back and
start typing that Web
address again, and you
may notice it remembers
and the address appears in
the address pull-down
menu. Click on it, and off
you go.
Or, how about any time
you've filled out an online
form? On Windows
machines, you may get a
message the first time you
enter information online
asking, "Would you like to
turn on auto complete?"
Click "yes," and now the
computer will remember
everything you type into
online forms and present
them, when appropriate,
in a clickable pull-down
menu form.
For instance, let's say you
are on the Internet and
you want to order some-
thing online. You get to the
order form page and start
entering your name
shipping address, e-mail
address, etc., into the form
and (since this your first
time ordering anything
online) you have to fill out
each field manually. You
finish filling out the form,
place your order and
everything's fine. Now, as
you surf the Internet, you
come to another online
form. Perhaps you are
ordering flowers online or
booking travel arrange-
ments to Hawaii (Wouldn't
that be nice?). Notice that
this order form is asking
most, if not all, of the same
questions as before. As
you begin to fill this form
out and enter your first
name in the first name
box, you notice your name
appears as soon as you
start typing. Same thing
happens when you fill in
your last name.
You'll notice that all of
the fields that you filled in
before (as long as the
fields are named the same
as on the Web page where
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can just click and press tab
to tab to the next field. It
makes entering the same
information a snap as long
as it's turned on and you're
aware that it's happening.
What about if you want
to clear the history list
(where your Web address-
es are stored) or what if
you've made a mistake on
a form and now every time
you go to type that same
field the incorrect infor-
mation comes up before
the correct data? What do
you do then?
Well, the controls for this
remarkable form remem-
bering feature can be
found in the Internet
options section of Internet
Explorer. Let's take a look,
shall we?
Launch Internet Explorer
and then click the "tools"
pull-down menu. Then
click "Internet options."
The Internet options page
opens with the "general"
tab in front. It's on this
page where you can set
your start or "home" page,
or even clear your cookies
or temporary files. Be
cautious here though.
Deleting your cookies can
cause some sites (such as
banking or portal sites) to
forget who you are and
make you sign up all over
again..
Click the "clear history"
button and all the Web
addresses in the address
bar as well as your last
three weeks or so in your
history list clears. Again,
use that with caution, as
it's nice to be able to find
someplace where you
were online a week or so
ago. Clear the history, and
you won't be able to do
that.


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BY JILLIAN SMITH $30,768. In the previous
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wages in Volusia County development director for
have continued to rise, Volusia County, said the
and officials say work- increase stems from com-
force competition is the petition.
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increase, though, the more than 40,000 new
county's wages still rank jobs created in the county
far below others in the in the past five years, but
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tion workers in Seminole
County average about 20
percent more in annual
wages than their counter-
parts in Volusia County
because demand for their
services is greater.
Mr. Vimmerstedt said
another influential factor
in the community's over-
all average wage is the
weight and amount of
lower skilled, lower-
waged jobs.
In Volusia County, the
four lowest waged indus-
tries are agriculture, hos-
pitality, food service and
retail, which make up
more than 40 percent of
the workforce.
"The annual average
wage for those industries
is only $18,575," Mr. Vim-
merstedt said. "That sig-
nificantly skews the over-
all values provided by the
remainder of the work-
force."
Without the bottom


four industries, the aver-
age wage in Volusia
County would be about
$37,950.
Mr. Michael said the
trend of rising average
annual wages would con-
tinue if the county
remains focused on
strengthening and diver-
sifying the workforce by
providing "new and
improved" opportunities.
"The county has had a
strategy for economic
development in place
since 2002," he said.
"Since that time, thou-
sands of jobs have been
created with annual
wages of $36,000 or more,
and the county's average
annual wage has
increased 19 percent. We
have to keep it up if we
want to see more increas-
es in the future."

jsmith@hometownnew-
sol.com


BY TOM HOLTON
Staff writer


United Airlines will dis-
continue service at Day-
tona Beach International
Airport April 9.
The announcement
came as AirTran began
flights from the airport
Thursday.
Since February, United's
schedule included daily
flights to Washington,
D.C., and a Saturday flight
to Chicago.
AirTran, the first low-
fare carrier to serve Day-
tona Beach, offers three
flights daily to their con-


necting hub in Atlanta.
On Feb. 15, AirTran will
add a daily flight to Balti-
more.
Stephen Cooke, airport
director of business
development, said United
Airlines has been asked to
continue flights to Chica-
go.
No reason was given for
United's decision to can-
cel the Daytona Beach
service, but Mr. Cooke
said AirTran's arrival in
the local market could
have something to do
withit.
"It's all about competi-
tion," he said.


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now want to turn it on).
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sented with a number of
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complete with'Web
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can even tell it to ask you if
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words instead of automati-
cally saving them for you,
useful if other people use
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form field or two and want
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pesky field that was always
coming up misspelled and
enter it right. Of course,
you'll have to enter all of
your other form data, but
that's easy enough, just
enter it as you encounter it
andthe computer will
remember.
Now, there are more
settings in the Internet
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just focusing on the auto
complete and history
settings today. But don't
stop there, take a look
around.
You may be surprised at
just how much control
over your browser you
actually have.

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BY TOM HOLTON
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Rumors that AirTran's
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thing as a long-term con-
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does not contract with any
carrier longer than a year.
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In the 14th century, Pope
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remain the most recogniz-
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famed wine village of
Chateauneuf-du-Pape,
today.
However, since the
popes' return to Rome in
the 15th century, the city
has concentrated on other
forms of culture. These
days, it is most celebrated
for its music, museums,
history and theater
festivals.
My fiancee, James and I,
were visiting the Papal
Palace in Avignon where
we strolled through the
immense building that the
"exiled" Pope ClementV,
began constructing at the
beginning of the 14th
century. As our tour
proceeded, monastic
(monastery) simplicity
and austerity (strict
teachings) give way to
bright frescoes (hand
painted) and flamboyant
ceilings, signs of how the
initial papal asceticism
(strict practices) faded
over time. As we headed
toward the exit, we made
time to stop at the palace's
new wine shop, "The
Boutellerie."
James knows a lot about
American, Italian, German


and French wines, but
nothing of Rhone.
We're finally realizing
that gastronomy and wine
can be part of our cultural
attractions, as well.
The Boutellerie, which
opened in July 1999, is the
premier sign of this
renaissance. More than 40
winegrowers from the
nearby vineyards of
Chateauneuf-du-Pape and
Gigondas are represented.
This shop occupies a
grand setting, the former
papal artillery room. A
tasting of five wines is
offered for just $5. Direc-
tor Joachim Autard, a
former winegrower,
chatted with us and the
other guests in English and
French,
SOutside the place,
Avignon is a lively, cosmo-
politan town of about
100,000 people. A new,
high-speed TGV train line,
which travels at speeds
more than 186 mph,
provides frequent service
from the city of light to the
magnificent Mediter-
ranean Sea.
Thick medieval walls,
circle the old city. Pedestri-
ans have free run of many
lovingly maintained old
squares, closed to traffic,
but open to caf6s, and in
the center of town, a
splendid double-decker
carousel.
During the July and
August theater festival,
these squares explode with
street productions of
puppets and marionettes,
dance, mime and cabaret,
as well as serious, Broad-
way-caliber presentations.
Historic sites include:
the Palace of the Popes,
the Pont d'Avignon(Pont
de St. Benezet), the opera,
the Hotel de Ville, various
churches and Cloitre St.


often at inflated prices. An
exception is Maison des
Vins, located on the main
street. It represents 60
different estates, and
tasting are free.
We were one of those
couples who didn't have
the time to visit lots of
different estates. We
wanted to have a place
where we could sample
and buy a wide choice of
Chateauneuf wines.
For visitors who had
more time, the tourist
office handed out clear
maps with directions to
the major estates, most of
which were open to the
public. Some, such as
Chateau La Nerthe and
Chateau Mont-Redon,
don't require reservations.
A few of the most
prestigious names, such as
Chateau du Beaucastel
and Chateau Rayas, do
and are selective about
who they welcome.
However, with so many
others to see, this should-
n't dampen anyone's
enthusiasm.
From Chateauneuf, it
was only a short ride to the
region's other leading wine
village, Gigondas.
You will definitely need
to budget some time to
stroll the narrow, cobble
stone streets of the vil-
lages. Rochegude offers
views of vineyards and
distant mountains.
Gigondas isn't the only
lovely town on the eastern
side of the Rhone River.
From its left bank there fan
out many delightful
Provencial wine towns:
Seguret, Cairanne,
Rasteau, Vacqueyras and
Rochegude.
They feature medieval
castles and churches and
sand- and rust-colored


houses with tile roofs,
surrounded by an ocean of
vineyards growing on flat
land and low hills.
In Grignan, in the
Drome department,
medieval streets run in
circles around a massive
castle that rises up on a
hill. Stop by the Village
Provencial Miniature, a re-
creation of turn-of-the-
century Provencial village
life involving more than
1,000 little figures posed in
vignettes (an un-bordered
picture, often a portrait,
that shades off into the
surrounding color at the
edges.)
In Coustellet, east of
Avignon, there's an inter-
esting museum devoted to
lavender.
After a day of sightseeing
and tasting, relax at one of
the fine restaurants or
hotels in the area, where
tourists are made to feel
welcome and comfortable
wherever they go.
If you want to take a dip
in a pool at sunset or dine
at the edge of a vineyard,
then this country is for
you. Or, perhaps you
would prefer to stay in
Avignon, which pumps
with energy by night as
locals and tourists stroll
the tree-lined streets and
people-watch from dozens
of outdoor caf6s.
Once in Avignon, you
won't want to leave, and
the town is too interesting
to let you go.
Avignon is full of history,
life, youth, art, music and
activity. This corner of the
RhoneValley is big, and
there's something here for
everyone.

Margie Kinder is a travel
consultant with Gadabout
Travel. She can be reached
at (321) 253-3674.


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Scholarship
organization to host
spaghetti dinner

BY STEPHANIE DIXON
Entertainment writer

There is nothing more satisfying
than a plate piled high with al dente
pasta and smothered with belly-fill-
ing, mouth-watering tomato sauce,
except, of course, helping New
Smyrna Beach High School students
go to college.
The New Smyrna Beach Commu-
nity & Alumni Providing Scholar-
ships will host a spaghetti dinner
from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday,
Jan. 27, at New Smyrna Beach High
School, 1015 10th St.


The old adage, "It takes a village to
raise a child," holds true with NSB-
CAPS, as all of the money raised will
benefit New Smyrna Beach students
only.
The organization's original goal
was to provide 10 percent of gradu-
ating seniors a scholarship, said
Shawn Lane from Cuda Marketing,
but that has been met. Proceeds
from the dinner will be put into a
trust fund so that amount will con-
tinue to grow on its own, Mr. Lane
said.
An achievement ceremony will
start promptly at 11:30 a.m., and
several local celebrities will attend.
New Smyrna's own Dallas Baker,
who was recently part of the Gators'
victorious win over Ohio State at the
national football college champi-
onships, will join Wes Chandler, a


Cuda graduate who played profes-
sional football for 16 years, at the
dinner.
Harvin Clark, a former Gator who
now resides in DeLand and is in the
real estate business, will also dine.
The creators and owners of the
Daytona Beach Thunder, Antone
Smothers and Zack and Kevin
McDonald, will grace patrons with
their presence and extend encour-
agement to other students who may
have similar dreams.
Take-out is available for those
wanting the comforts of home, but
they will miss out on a silent auc-
tion; door prizes and performances
from more than 100 performers.
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Louis and the Rocher des
Doms.
If you like the Smithson-
ian in Washington, D.C.,
then you'll love these
following museums: the
Musee en Images (more
than 1000 images of
Avignon), Musee du Petit
Palais (painting and
sculpture from the Middle
Ages to the Renaissance),
Musee Calvet and the
Musee Lapidaire (archeol-
ogy, prehistoric times,
paintings from the 16th to
the 20th centuries).
Last, but not least, some
activities to enjoy include
theater, opera, galleries,
horseback riding, tennis,
squash, ice skating and
boat rides on the Rhone
River.
A visit to Avignon is a
wonderful way to kick off a
wine tour of this part of
the Southern Rhone. From
downtown, it takes just 20
minutes to drive north to
Chateauneuf-du-Pape.
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*Card & Game Night:
This event will be held
from 7-10 p.m. at the Silver
Sands Civic Association
Clubhouse, 5 Palm Drive,
New Smyrna Beach. Partic-
ipants may bring a favorite
Game or try something
new. This event is open to
Members and guests of the
Silver Sands Civic Associa-
tion. Membership is avail-
able for $25 per family and
$15 per person. For more
information, call (386)
426-8269.
*Wes Malone and Bob
Wind: These singer-gui-
tarists will perform at 7
p.m. at HotSpot Coffee
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.
*Crab Legs 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 $10. For more
information, call (386)
423-1789.
*FireFall Trio: This band
will perform at 9 p.m. at
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Veranda Lounge at the
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*Traditional Scottish
Evening: This event will
honor Scotland's bard,
Robert Burns, at 6 p.m. at
the Halifax River Yacht
Club, 331 S. Beach St., Day-
tona Beach. Dinner and
dancing will be available.
Pipers will perform. The
cost is $25 per person. The
attire is semi-formal or
kilts. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 441-9979 or
(386) 259-3079.
*Chuck Henderson:
This mellow soul per-
former will play from 7-10
p.m. at Brooklyn Ice Cafe,
4649 Clyde Morris Blvd.,
Unit 601, entrance off of
Herbert Street. For more
information, call (386)
322-3306.
*'Save the Yacht Club'
Banquet: This fourth
annual event will be held
at the Anderson-Price
Memorial Building, 42 N.
Beach St., Ormond Beach.
A cocktail hour and silent
auction will begin at 6
p.m., followed by dinner at
7:30 p.m. Tickets cost $50,
which includes entertain-
ment by New River Blue-
grass. All proceeds will go
toward restoration of the
historic building located
over the Halifax River at
the northwest corner of
the Granada Bridge. For
tickets, call (386) 672-0284
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cert: Joe Caruso's Boogie-
Woogie Boo-Fay Blues
Band will perform at 9 p.m.
at Peanuts Restaurant and
Sports Bar, 421 Flagler
Ave., New Smyrna Beach.
For more information, call
(386) 423-1469.
*Gaelic Storm Concert:
This Celtic band will per-
form traditional Irish
melodies and originals at
7:30 p.m. at the Ormond
Beach Performing Arts
Center, 399 N. U.S. 1,
Ormond Beach. Single
tickets cost $39. For more
information, call the CFCE
box office at (386) 257-
7790, visit 212 S. Beach St.,
Daytona Beach, or visit the
Web site at www.fif-lso.org.
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about Gaelic Storm, visit
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*'Little Lies': This farce
and comedy will be per-
formed at 8 p.m., today
and tomorrow, at the Day-
tona Playhouse. Play-
wright Joseph George
Caruso tells a tale of gov-
ernment officials and infi-
delity gone afoul in farcical
frivolity when an unsus-
pecting wife, her philan-
dering husband, a bordello
madam and a cast of
zanies mix and match in
the most unintended yet
hilarious ways. Reserved
seat tickets are $14 for
adults, $12 for seniors and
$10 for those 18 and under.
Visa, MasterCard, checks
and cash are accepted.
Tickets may be purchased
by calling the box office at
(386) 255-2431 or in person
from 1 p.m. until show time
or until 5 p.m. on non-per-
formance days.
*Antique Show and
Sale: This 13tm annual
event will take place from 9
a.m.-5 p.m., today and
tomorrow, and from 11
a.m.-5 p.m., Sunday, at The
Museum of Arts and Sci-
ences, 352 S. Nova Road,
Daytona Beach. Admission
is $10 per person for all
three days or $5 for a sin-
gle-day pass. Admission
includes access to the
museum, including the
largest Coca Cola memora-
bilia collection outside of
Atlanta, a gallery of Ameri-
cana, decorative arts, the
Levine Jewelry collection
and textiles. For more
information, call (386)
255-0285 or visit the Web
site atwww.moas.org.

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Honor: A large collection
of Rolls-Royce automo-
biles will highlight the 2007
Birthplace of Speed Cen-
tennial. The cars will
include two from England
- a 1905 racer and a new
experimental coupe proto-
type. The event will com-
memorate the 100th
anniversary of the first
Rolls-Royce to race on
Ormond Beach when a 20-
horsepower racer won the
1907 World International
Championship trophy.
Members of the Rolls-
Royce Owners Club will
bring about 50 Rolls-Royce
and Bentley motorcars.
The parade will start at
12:30 p.m. on the beach at
the Cardinal approach,
heading south. A free
reception will take place
from 1-3 p.m., and car dis-
plays will be available from
1-5 p.m..at The Casement,
25 Riverside Drive,
Ormond Beach. For more
information, call (386)
676-3241.
+Rueben Morgan: "The
Lounge Lizard" will per-
form from 7:30-10:30 p.m.
at Brooklyn Ice Caf6, 4649
Clyde Morris Blvd., Unit
601, entrance off of Her-
bert Street. For more infor-
mation, call (386) 322-
3306.
*Cruisin' Destination
Daytona: This event will
feature more than 600
cars. The theme for this
month is "Mighty Mus-
cle." A special parking
area will be set up for pro
street machines, blown
rods and anything else
that fits the "Mighty Mus-
cle" category. Awards will
be presented to outstand-
ing vehicles in the Mighty
Muscle category. Free to
participants and specta-
tors, music, a food court,
shops and taverns will be
available at this family
event starting at 3 p.m. For
more information, call
(386) 316-5596 or (386)
437-9996.
*Singer-guitarist Bob
Wind: This performer will
take the stage from 7:30-9
p.m. at HotSpot Coffee
Shoppe, 1216 S. Ridge-
wood Ave., Daytona
Beach. An open mic ses-
sion will also take place.
There is no cover charge.
For more information, call
(386) 236-0518.
*FireFall Trio: This
band will perform at 9
p.m. at the newly remod-
eled Veranda Lounge at
the Plaza Resort & Spa,
600 N. Atlantic Ave., Day-
tona Beach. Tickets cost
$30 per person and may
be purchased at the front
desk. Complimentary
sampling of the new
Veranda menu will be pro-
vided.
*Ham Dinner: Auxiliary
Unit of the Port Orange
American Legion will
present this dinner with a
luau theme at 5 p.m. at
119 Howes St. Dinner will
include scallop potatoes,
green beans, ham and
dessert. A donation of $5
is suggested. Music will be
provided by Rhonda from
6-10 p.m. For more infor-
mation, call (386) 788-
6800.
*Fundraiser BBQ Din-
ner Dance: The Ponce
Inlet Lions Club will spon-
sor this event at the Com-
munity Center, 4670 S.
Peninsula Drive, Ponce
Inlet. The barbecue will
feature ribs, pulled pork,
chicken and all the fixings
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ner will follow at 6 p.m.
The entertainment will
start at 7 p.m. Tickets may
be purchased at the Com-
munity Center. All profits
will benefit the Florida
Lions Children's Camp.
For more information, call
(386) 760-0615.
*Motorcycle Show &
Stroll: This event will be
held on Flagler Avenue.
Mark River will perform
from 5-9 p.m. at Peanuts
Restaurant and Sports Bar,
421 Flagler Ave., New
Smyrna Beach. Joe Caru-
so's Boogie-Woogie Boo-
Fay Blues Band will per-
form at 9 p.m. For more
information, call (386)
423-1469.
*Adult Dance: The Port
Orange Parks and Recre-
ation will host this dance
at 6:30 p.m. at the Adult
Activity Center, 4790 S.
Ridgewood Ave. The Car-
men Costa Quartet will
provide the music. The
cost is $3 per person at the
door. Door prizes and
light refreshments will be
available. For more infor-
mation, call (386) 756-
5391.
+Rummage and Trunk
Sale: The Epiphany Coun-
cil of Catholic Women will
host this sale from 8 a.m.-
1 p.m., today and tomor-
row, at Church of the
Epiphany, 201 Lafayette
St., Port Orange. A bake
sale and raffle will also be
held. Lunch will be avail-
able for purchase. For
more information, call
(386) 761-7645 or (386)
760-3271.
*A Day in the Park: The
city of Edgewater Leisure
Services Department will
host this third annual
event from 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
at Hawks Park, 1108 S.
Ridgewood Ave. An arts
and crafts sale, a chil-
dren's area, entertain-
ment, food and restored
military vehicles will be
featured. Artisans will dis-
play handmade items,
including jewelry, quilts,
photography, paintings,
pet apparel, live plants,
toiletries, clothing, nauti-
cal and tropical and home
d6cor. Children will have
the opportunity to climb a


rock wall for $5, bungee
jump for $7 or try both for
$10. A bounce house and a
tic-tac-toe game will be
available for $2, with a
guaranteed prize every
time. Sissy the Clown will
paint faces from noon to 4
p.m. for free. For more
information, call (386)
424-2487.
*Chinese Auction and
Luncheon: The Elkhearts
of Port Orange will hold
this seventh annual event
from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. at the
Elks Lodge, 5207 S. Ridge-
wood Ave. There will be
more than 100 items to
bid on. Proceeds will ben-
efit .many local charities.
Chicken and rice, salad
and a dessert will be
served at noon. A dona-
tion of $7 is suggested.
Reservations are not
required. For ticket infor-
mation, call (386) 763-
9136.
*CD Release Party:
Local band "The Pirates"
will hold this party for its
latest CD, "Magic Ship," at
6 p.m. at Sea Harvest Tiki
Bar, 107 Riverside Drive,
New Smyrna Beach. CDs
will be available for $10,
and the first 50 Pirate-
heads to come aboard will
receive a free, signed
poster. This band per-
forms a funky" blend of
acoustic rock and country
and a pinch of jazz and
blues. The Pirates first CD,
"Rockin' The Boat," will
also be available. For more
information, call (386)
424-0634.

SUNDAY, JAN. 21

*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.
+'Little Lies': This farce
and comedy will be per-
formed at 2 p.m. at the
Daytona Playhouse. Play-
wright Joseph George
Caruso tells a tale of gov-
ernment officials and infi-
delity gone afoul in farci-
cal frivolity. Reserved seat
tickets are $14 for adults,
$12 for seniors and $10 for
those 18 and under. Visa,
MasterCard, checks and


cash are accepted. Tickets
may be purchased by call-
ing the box office at (386)
255-2431 or in person
from 1 p.m. until show
time or until 5 p.m. on
non-performance days.

MONDAY, JAN. 22

*Afternoon at the
movies: The Port Orange
Regional Library will pres-
ent a movie at 3 p.m. in the
library auditorium, 1005
City Center Circle. All
movies are free to the pub-
lic. For the movie title or
more information, call
(386) 322-5152.
*Laser Light Show: The
Museum of Arts and Sci-
ences, 352 S. Nova Road,
Daytona Beach, will host
this show at 3 p.m., featur-
ing laser animations in
every imaginable color all
choreographed to rock
legends such as Pink
Floyd, the Beatles and
Metallica. The cost is $4
for adults and $3 for chil-
dren. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 255-0285 or
visit the Web site at
www.moas.org.
*Game Night: This
event will be held from
5:30-6:30 p.m. at the Port
Orange Regional Library
auditorium, 1005 City
Center Circle, for children
and teens in grades
kindergarten through high
school. Participants will
plays checkers, Tri-omi-
nos, Scrabble, Othello,
Mastermind, Clue and
card. For more informa-
tion and registration, call
(386) 322-5152, Ext. 4

TUESDAY, JAN. 23

*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
information, call (386) 236-
0518.


WEDNESDAY, JAN. 24

+Reception honoring
'The Father of Naval Avia-
tion': This event will cele-
brate the legacy of motor-

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cyclist and aviator Glenn
Curtiss, who set a motor-
cycle land speed record of
136 mph on Ormond Beach
in 1907. The record took
place during an unofficial
time trial, powered by aV-8
engine mounded on a bicy-
cle frame. The mile run was
the motorcycle world
record for 23 years. Mr. Cur-
tiss went on to become an
aviation pioneer and the
first successful manufac-
turer of airplanes. A free
reception with Mr. Curtiss'
motorcycles on display will
be held at 3:30 p.m. at The
Casements, 25 Riverside
Drive, Ormond Beach.
There will be a run on the
beach with an early 1900s
Curtiss motorcycle at the
Cardinal approach, head-
ing south. For more infor-
mation, call (386) 676-3241.
*Beachside Walking
Tours: This tour from the
Ormond Beach Historical
Trust helps visitors discover
the historical treasures of
Ormond's barrier island.
Walkers will stroll the
neighborhoods in and
around Granada Boule-
vard, Riverside Drive and
John Anderson Drive with a
knowledgeable tour guide.
The tour will begin at 10
a.m. at the Trust's MacDon-
ald House Welcome Center,
38 E. Granada Blvd.,
Ormond Beach. Tourgoers
should arrive at 9:45 a.m. to
check in with the tour
guide. Tours last about one
hour and are limited to 10
people. Tickets are $10 for
adults, $8 for seniors (65+),
and advance reservations
are required. To reserve tick-
ets or for more information,
call (386) 677- 7005.
*Presidential Palooza:
This event will be held at 8
p.m. for the president and
founder of the Daytona
Blues Society, Jeff Fedora, at
The Bank and Blues Club,
701 Main St., Daytona
Beach. Musicians from
Memphis to Miami will
stop by to play with and
honor Mr. Fedora. There is
no cover charge. For more
information, visit the Web
site atwww.DaytonaBlues-
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( Mooch, mooch," I say,
and he looks up and
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I was just overhearing
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and several questions to
interject along the way,
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I smiled softly to myself
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Don't we sometimes
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sometimes, they are
bursting with life, and they
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that kids need to be heard,
too! They want to talk
about life and their experi-
ences, not always, but


) See PARENTING, B3


Romancing the Stove

with Arlene Borg, the Grammy Guru

Satisfying snacks and


delicious potpies
H ello smart shoppers. I
hope you had a good
week.
I am available for talks. Call
the paper and leave me a
message: (772) 465-5656.
If you live in a gated commu-
nity and you used to get Home-
town News delivered in the mail
things have changed.
Rather than delivering the
paper to those who don't read
it, you must subscribe, howev-
er, it's still free. The information
is in the paper or you can
subscribe by calling toll free:
(866) 913-6397.
If after calling you still don't
get the paper, call (772) 465-
5656 and let us know.
This is a NewYear, and I
believe that now is the time to
start getting smart. When I was
speaking with my friend, Nicki,
we hit on information that said
five to six small meals a day
were better than three large
meals for optimum health and
weight control.
Her question, "How do you do
that?" made me realize more
research was necessary.
Here are some good between
meal snacks: 1 medium apple,
1/2 small cantaloupe, a handful
of nuts, 1/2-cup egg substitute,
scrambled, 20 baby carrots with
2 tablespoons fat-free ranch
dressing, 1 stalk celery stuffed
with peanut butter, 1/2 small
sliced pear and 2 tablespoons
almond butter on 3 graham
crackers, 1 cup puffed wheat
cereal with 1/2-cup skim milk,
1 packet diet
hot chocolate with 5 mini
marshmallows, 1 fudge pop, 3
paper-thin slices parmesan
cheese sandwiched between 6


STAR SCOPES
James Tucker


Week of 01-19-07

Aries-March 21-April 19
Strong-willed people love to challenge and test
your strength. You know who you are and what
you want. Inner strength allows you to bend a little
when needed without breaking. Being flexible is far
more important than being rigid. This is what pulls
you through every challenge in your quest for victo-
ry over life. Your life is one of making wise choices


paper-thin apple
slices, 1/2 cup low-
fat ice cream or 1
small container low-
fat yogurt (no fruit
on the bottom,
please), an ice
cream soda; place
about 1/3 cup 1 A' v .
percent or skim
milk in a tall glass. V,
Pour in 2 table-
spoons chocolate
syrup (it's fat-free)
or sugar-free
chocolate syrup, stir. Add 2
small scoops fat-free ice cream
or frozen yogurt. Pour in chilled
seltzer water, and serve with a
straw. Make a float with diet
cola or root beer and add the
ice cream. There are many
more choices I am sure, and if
you have a good idea, let me
know.
We all know there are two
kinds of fat, saturated, which
usually comes from animals,
and unsaturated that comes
from things that grow. There are
two kinds of unsaturated fat:
monounsaturated (the oil of
choice, raises the good HDL
cholesterol as it lowers the bad
LDL) and polyunsaturated.
The choice should always be
possible if you select monoun-
saturated fats, such as extra
Virgin olive oil, Canola oil and
peanut oil. Avocados and most
nuts contain these fats. Polyun-
saturated fat is found in veg-
etable oils such as sunflower,
corn and soy. While all are good
for you, the mono is the best
choice. However, oil is all fat
and should be used sparingly.
While a little is healthy, a lot will
pack on the pounds.


Next week we will talk about
foods you should never eat.
Today I will talk about one and
I'm sure the information will
shock you.
Potpies have been a quick
easy staple in many homes. I
always knew they were high-
fat, but each person is served
one pie. Right? Pepperidge
Farm flaky crust potpie lists
total calories at 510 and satu-
rated fat at 9 grams. However,
that's for 1/2 a potpie. I askyou,
who eats only 1/2 of a potpie?
Read labels carefully and pay
attention to how many servings
are listed.
Today's column will give you
great choices for potpies in the
original sometimes high-fat
version and the low-fat version.
For the potpies, you can use
leftover chicken or turkey, a
whole chicken that has been
cooked and the meat picked off
the bones or boneless chicken
breasts.A greatmreal for a cold -
day, potpies are rib stickin' and
good.
Enjoy and see you next Week.

) See ROMANCING, B3


from the rich pool of ideas given on your journey
through life. You are a proven winner you know.

Taurus-April 20-May 20
Your life will soon be coming into more complete
focus. Deep within lies your true destiny and direc-
tion. You have received visions this past year of
your direction. More are on the way. You have to be
relaxed in order to see them, as they come from
within. It is better to wait before taking action until
you have the sign that it is time to make changes.
This builds trust, patience and faith in the higher
power. It also lets you know if your best ideas are
blessed and want to grow. Are you listening?

Gemini-May 21-June 20
There is so much you want to do in the next few
months. You are like a racecar at the starting gate,
rewing up your engine. The first step to victory is to
have a solid goal. Next, keep feeding it so you don't
get sidetracked. Ask the universe to bless and help


Smart Shopping:
The Guru's
Money-saving Tips

Freeze leftover chicken, turkey or
vegetables until you have
enough for a potpie. There's
nothing like a free dinner.




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Special Hint
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(rib) in half crosswise and pulling
down; watch the strings come off.


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To Your Health
Most recipes can be altered by
substituting low-fat soups, dairy
products and cheeses without
changing the taste, giving you
healthy comfort foods.


you constantly. Ask for help from others when
needed. Stay physically and mentally fit. Work from
priorities. This formula will produce wonderful
results from every idea you bring into reality. This
earns you respect, love and honor and abundance.

Cancer-June 21-July 22
The lighter touch works for you. Slowing down the
pace, taking a step back, a deep breath and relax-
ing when needed should be a major goal all year,
not just the holidays. Even though your life is very
busy, give yourself a little treat every so often. You
have earned it. If you don't do these special things
for yourself that make you happy, you won't see it
coming from others very often. Why? They don't
know how or what to give you because you never
ask. It's OK to blow your own horn sometimes.

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For sale: One piece of history


ad guys. Don'tcha
just love 'em?

Now, I don't mean the
people we read about in
today's newspapers. It
seems every week some-
one comes up with some-
thing new that's unimagin-
ably horrible to do to
someone else.
I'm talking about those
crooks whose dastardly
deeds' were committed so
long ago that we can
overlook their crimes and
concentrate instead on
their "coolness" (such as
any of Jimmy Cagney's
characters, except in
"Yankee Doodle Dandy."
He was cool and good in
that role.)
Local rumrunner Bill
McCoy was no Cagney
character; he was the real
McCoy. Literally. He was
"The King of Rum Row."
And his childhood home
in Holly Hill is up for sale.
Bill and his brother, Ben,
were boat builders and
excursion boat captains. In
1920, business fell off, and.
the young men had to find
other ways to pay their
bills.
An acquaintance of


MARIAN TOMBLIN
Bull on the beach
theirs was doing quite well
importing Bahamian rum
(illegally) into the states.
Bill decided he would do
likewise.
Before long, tales of Bill's
exploits were being told up
and down the Atlantic
coastline. His schooner,
the "Arethusa," retrofitted
with machine guns below
deck to repel rival rumrun-
ners, could carry more
than 1,500 cases of liquor
if it was in wooden crates
or 3,000 when in burlap
sacks. (When the Coast
Guard apprehended him
in 1923, Bill claimed to
have smuggled more than
170,000 cases of alcohol
into the U.S.!)
With their children


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grown and out of the
house, Bill's aging parents
decided to donate the
family home to their
church and move to
smaller quarters. The
congregation at the
Community United
Methodist Church on
Harvey Avenue in Daytona
Beach turned down this
generous offer; they
disapproved of Bill's
breaking prohibition.
Not to be thwarted, the
McCoys sold their home in
1925 and gave the pro-
ceeds to the church. Those
funds were used to pur-
chase chimes to summon
the masses to worship. It
wasn't long before snooz-
ing sinners complained
about all the noise those
chimes made. They are no
longer rung.
Day trip: The McCoy
home is on the corner of
Riverside Drive and LPGA
in Holly Hill. Built in 1905,
it has seven bedrooms and
four bathrooms. Some-
body out there, buy and
restore this fascinating
piece of our history!

Marian Tomblin is the
author of "The Mystery at
Hotel Ormond,""Where's
Capone's Cash?" and
"Manatee Moon," all
selected for community-
wide literacy campaigns.
Her latest book, "Bull on
the Beach!," is a compila-
tion of historical anecdotes
discovered while research-
ing her novels.
For more information on
Mrs. Tomblin's books or to
have her speak at your next
meeting, contact her at
www.MarianSTomblin.co
m or at (386) 615-0493.

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Deaths


Dorine B. Linton

Dorine B. Linton, 89, of Port Orange,
died Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2007, at Hos-
pice Care Center in Port Orange.
Ms. Linton was born July 30, 1917, in
Wirral, England. She moved to the area
in 2000 from Toledo, Ohio.
She was a ballet teacher for 50 years.
Survivors include two daughters,
Sylvia Vickrey of Port Orange, and Mar-
garet Kivell of Wisconsin; one brother,


Concert preview tea slated

The Symphony Guild of Daytona
Beach will sponsor a Concert Preview
Tea at 2 p.m., Sunday, Jan. 21, at the
guesthouse of Lois and Doug Clark, 5123
S. Ridgewood Ave., Port Orange.
The previews are designed to prepare
concert-goers for the programs spon-
sored by the Symphony Society. Home-
made refreshments will be served.
Michael Rickman, concert pianist and
professor at Stetson University, will be
the speaker. He will preview musical
selections that will be presented by the


Scopes
From page B1
When an idea doesn't work
out, it either means the tim-
ing is off, it doesn't have uni-
versal blessing or it needs
more refinement and focus.
Harmony is the guiding prin-
ciple that is lacking. This
means that you should
spend a little more time
communicating with your
partners or associates
involved in the project so
that everyone involved is
moving in a parallel direction
toward a goal. You will be
successful if you do this.
Then celebrate the victory,
set a higher goal and move
forward again.

Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept.22
This past year has been
good, if not challenging. Pos-
itive change has happened.
More is on the way. The key
is to focus on the things that
make you happy. Refuse to
get stuck on unimportant
things that rob you of your
direction and energy. You are
at your best when you speak
from the heart. Everyone
around you may not always
like it, but they have to
respect it, if you stay strong
in your basic beliefs. Be
adaptable when needed and
you will have a very fruitful
year.
Libra-Sept 23-Oct 22
You have grown a lot this
past year. Why? You have


Cliff Pollock of Ohio; four grandchildren;
and six great-grandchildren.
In honor of Ms. Linton's memory,
donations may be made to Hospice of
Volusia/Flagler, 3800 Woodbriar Trail,
Port Orange, FL 32129.
Volusia Memorial Funeral Home, 4815
Clyde Morris Blvd., Port Orange, was in
charge of arrangements.

For Hometown News


Hungarian Symphony Orchestra's con-
cert at the Peabody Auditorium Satur-
day, Jan. 27. The concert is a part of the
Symphony Society's International Con-
cert Series.
The public may attend. While reserva-
tions are not required, they are suggest-
ed and appreciated. The price is $10 for
Guild members and $12 for non-mem-
bers and can be purchased at the event.
For more information or to make reser-
vations, call (386) 676- 7707.

For Hometown News


faced every life challenge
with courage and determina-
tion. You are to be applaud-
ed with your tenacity. Now
you are more centered,
which is the truest nature of
a positive Libra. You worry
less. You are happier. When
you are happy, it makes oth-
ers happy, because you are
so much fun to be around.
Keep this lighter touch and
you will continue to be an
inspiration to all who know
you, with a lot of respect
coming your way.

Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov. 21
When making decisions,
arrive at three possible con-
clusions. Do I take the safe
route, go down the middle
of the road or the risky
route? The risky route
requires courage, vision and
change. The middle route is
trying to please everybody.
The safe route is usually to
do nothing or wait. The risky
route brings the highest
rewards. The middle survival
and the safe route usually
loss. How much courage do
you have?

Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21
Your spirit remains strong.
Your heart is open and your
mind is alert. You are also
taking better care of your
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exercise and plenty of rest.
Just be sure to listen to your
instincts first and make deci-
sions that reflect your inner
guidance. This is a high form
of self-respect and insures
the same from family and
friends. This creates a simple,
quality lifestyle that will keep
you spirited, and help finish
all that you start in a timely
manner.

Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19
Never fear in letting go of the
past Releasing old negative
habits, patterns or attitudes
is necessary if you want to
keep on moving forward.
Keep a strong focus on filling
your own emotional, physi-
cal and spiritual needs first.
True and lasting happiness
comes from meeting your
own spiritual needs first. If
you don't do this, you won't
allow anyone else to do it
consistently. Creating true
passion for life is like filling
up the gas tank before start-
ing the journey. It gets you a
lot further down the road.

Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18
Your energy should be as
strong as you want or can
handle right now. The moon,
Mercury, Venus and Neptune
are all in Aquarius. Now is
the time to start new proj-
ects. Your mind, heart and
deep creative urges are all in
alignment. It doesn't get
much more blessed than
this. Also, next week the sun
will be in your sign. This is
your time of the year. Get
plenty of rest and eat more
protein. The extra energy will
be needed to bring things
full circle. Finish what you
start and you will be favored
with more than your share of
the rewards.

Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20
Upon arising, make the fol-
lowing affirmation out loud
each day and you will receive
awesome blessings from the
universe: "I. listen to my
divine inner guidance and
the visions received always
guide me toward truth. I trust
in the universe to supply me
all I need to live, laugh and
prosper at all times. I experi-
ence life at its fullest and give
thanks back for all this good
and more continually com-
ing my way. Living.a life of
unconditional love for all liv-
ing things gives me all I need
to be fulfilled in every way. I
am eternally grateful."

James Tucker


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Religion News


Music performance scheduled

Our Lady of Hope Catholic Church will present
organist Paul Jacobs, chairman of the Organ Depart-
ment of the Julliard School of Music, at 3:30 p.m., Sun-
day, Jan. 21, at 4675 S. Clyde Morris Blvd., Port Orange.
Sponsored by Our Lady of Hope Music Ministry Con-
cert Series, this event is in celebration of the 25th
anniversary of the parish.
A "meet the artist reception" will immediately follow
the performance in the Parish Center.
For more information, call (386) 788-6144, Ext. 314.

For Hometown News


School Notes


Elementary students learn visit
the planetarium

South Daytona Elemertary first-graders attended a
presentation at the Museum of Arts and Sciences
Planetarium.
The classes studied the earth, sun and moon. Mr.
Hoeffer explained the earth's rotation to make day and
night and the seasons. Student learned about the
movement of the earth and moon and objects in the
day and night sky.

For Hometown News


Romancing
From page B1


Duplicate bridge

FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

The winners of the Jan. 9 duplicate bridge game at
the Port Orange Adult Center include, for the north
south division, Jack Kerwick and Carolyn Johnson, first
place, and Al Potter and Dee Davis, second place. Win-
ners for the east west division are Adrian Figliotti and
Janet Heatcoat, first place, and Nancy and Bob Gouin,
second place.
The winners of the Jan. 11 Ponce Inlet Community
Center duplicate bridge game include Ramonda
Maalouf and Margaret Kohler, first place, and Al Potter
and Jack Siegel, 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.


CATHY'S CHICKEN
POTPIE
SERVES 6
REGULAR AND LOW-FAT

If raw chicken is used,
the liquid from cooking
the chicken can be used
in place of the chicken
broth in the recipe. Add
more water if necessary to
come up to 1-1/2 cups.
Remove meat from bones,
if any, and cube. If you use
low-fat soups, you can cut
the fat considerably.
Mix following ingredi-
ents together in a
saucepan and bring to a
boil.
3 to 4 cups cooked
chicken or turkey, diced
1-1/2 cups chicken
broth
1 10-ounce can each of
condensed cream of
celery and cream of
chicken soup
Add:
1 package frozen peas
and carrots or mixed
vegetables or canned
mixed vegetables,
drained
1 can whole potatoes,


Parenting
From page B1
when they do, they want to
know you will be there to
listen.
As an adult, you probably
call a friend or discuss with
your spouse, anything you
need to unload, but your
kids are likely to turn to
you. I hope you see it as an
honor and a privilege that
they want to talk to you,
because they may not want
to much as they become
teens.
If you make yourself
available to them now, they
will know that you really do
care, and they can come to
you with those "larger-than-
life" problems that always
seem to take place in the life
of a teen.
My 9-year-old son is
getting there. He is older
than the others and no
longer requires the constant
attention and help with his
homework like they do. He
is slowly gaining his inde-


drained, rinsed and
cubed (optional)
Bring to a boil and
simmer for about five
minutes. Pour into 9-by
12-inch pan. Top with
biscuit mix and bake at
350 degrees 30 to 45
minutes until browned.

CHICKEN POTPIE
WITH BISCUITS

Follow recipe for chick-
en potpie in crust adding
3 cups cooked diced
chicken or turkey. Place in
9-by- 12-inch baking dish.
Bake at 400 degrees for 15
minutes, stir. Place
refrigerated biscuits,
regular or low-fat, on top.
Continue baking until
biscuits are golden brown.

BISCUIT TOPPING

Note: To cut the bad fat
content, use a butter
substitute such as Smart
Balance, skimmed milk
and low-fat biscuit mix.

1-3/4 cup biscuit mix
1-1/2 cups milk


pendence and learning to
get many things done on his
own. But one thing he
needs in his life now more
than almost any other is to
be heard. He will sometimes
announce, "I'm in the mood
for conversation; let's find
something interesting and
talk about it all night."
My husband wondered to
me where this child came
from, who loves to read long
books and discuss things.
But he really did make such
an announcement!
Other times, he will
approach me while I'm
working in the kitchen and
say, "Let's talk; I feel like
talking for a long time."
I know, ladies,.he's gonna
make an excellent husband
someday!
Mom and Dad, remem-
ber that your kids aren't just
kids; they are little people
who want to talk and be
heard.
If you're having trouble


1 cup melted butter or
Smart Balance, cooled
slightly
Mix. Mixture will be thin
and lumpy. Pour slowly
and carefully over chicken
mixture you don't want
it to mix with the filling.
Bake as directed.

CHICKEN OR
TURKEY POTPIE IN
CRUST
SERVES 4

2 cups cooked, diced
chicken or turkey
1 package frozen peas
and carrots or mixed
vegetables or canned
mixed vegetables
1/2-teaspoon black
pepper
2 cans condensed cream
of potato soup or any
creamed soup
1/2-cup milk
1/2-teaspoons thyme
2 (9-inch) deep-dish
frozen pie shells
Note: Although piecrust
is a high fat-food, you can
still make this dish
acceptable as a low-fat
food by using low-fat


with your kids, and even if
you're not, then try to start
listening to what they have
to say. It's something you
would do for anyone you
respect.
Even if you don't agree
with their opinions, at least
you gave them what we all
deserve a chance to be


soups and skim or evapo-
rated skim milk.
Mix all ingredients
together. Place in pie shell
whose edge has been
trimmed flush with the
edge of the pan. Top with
remaining pie shell,
sealed over the lower shell
trimming to fit. Cut slits
in top. Bake at 375 degrees
for 40 minutes.


Iam availablefor talks
from south Vero to Hobe
Sound. Call (772) 465-
5656 or (800) 823-0466.
When a recipe is not in
my cookbook it will have,
(NIB) next to the title.
For an autographed
cookbook, "Romancing
The Stove with the Gram-
my Guru," send $19 ($15-
book, $1-tax-$3 for
shipping and handling)
to:Arlene M. Borg, 265 SW
Port St. Lucie Blvd, No.
149, Port St. Lucie, FL
34984.
Check, Visa, Master Card
or Paypal accepted or visit
your local bookstore.
Web site: www.romanc-
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heard.
Like the old saying goes,
"Lend me your ear for a
while."

Ruthie Davidson is a
mother of four children, ages
5 to 9. She lives in South
Daytona and can be reached
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Community Notes


Barbecue dinner
and dance
fundraiser slated

The Ponce Inlet Lions
Club will sponsor a
fundraiser BBQ Dinner
Dance Saturday, Jan. 20, at
the Community Center,
4670 S. Peninsula Drive,
Ponce Inlet.
The barbecue will fea-
ture ribs, pulled pork,
chicken and all the fixings
for $12. Happy Hour
begins at 5 p.m. (bring
your own beer), and din-
ner Will follow at 6 p.m.
The entertainment will
start at 7 p.m.
Tickets may be pur-
chased at the Community
Center. All profits will ben-
efit the Florida Lions Chil-
dren's Camp.
For more information,
call (386) 760-0615.

Officers to take
fingerprints
of children

The Port Orange Police
Department crime pre-
vention officer will offer
parents of kindergarten
and first-graders in the
five Port Orange elemen-
tary schools the opportu-
nity to have their children
fingerprinted.
Permission letters have
gone out at the schools. In
the 2006 campaign, 850
children were fingerprint-
ed.
Crime Prevention Offi-
cer Dave Miller will arrive
at the school at 8 a.m. to
begin the printing. The
Port Orange Police VIPS
and McGruff the Crime
Dog will be at the follow-
ing schools to fingerprint
students.
Horizon Elementary
School, Tuesday, Jan. 23;
Port Orange Elementary
School, Thursday, Jan. 25;
Sweetwater Elementary
School, Tuesday, Jan. 30;
Sugarmill Elementary
School, Thursday, Feb. 1;
and Spruce Creek Elemen-
tary School, Thursday,
Feb. 8.


For more information,
call (386) 506-5822.

Department in need
of volunteers

The South Daytona Fire
Department seeks volun-
teers for its Community
Emergency Response
Team.
CERT provides assis-
tance to neighbors and the
fire and police depart-
ments in times of disas-
ters. The training, which is
provided free, consists of
one three-hour session per
week for seven weeks.
Volunteers will be
trained in the areas of
search and rescue, first aid,
damage assessment and
fire extinguishments.
Any South Daytona citi-
zen that is interested may
call Lt. Dave Giles at (386)
322-3033.

Advanced Internet
class planned

This course is designed
to acquaint advanced
users with the new tech-
nology and resources
available with computers
and the Internet. The class
will be held at 2 p.m., Tues-
day, Jan. 23, at The Port
Orange Regional Library,
1005 City Center Circle.
Topics covered in the
advanced course include
USB technology, file trans-
fer, database searching
and emerging Internet
resources.
All programs offered by
the library are free.
The library always wel-
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and non-fiction books,
children's books, puzzles,
multimedia items and
magazines. Donations
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day; 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Fri-
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Brittany Adamek, a student at Spruce Creek High School in Port Orange,
weightlifting tournament Saturday, Jan. 13.


Haley Mitchell/staffphotographer
strains to lift 185 pounds during the girls'


Creek lifters dominate again


BY BILL LUMPKIN
Sports writer
PORT ORANGE -
Spruce Creek girls
weightlifting coach Mike
Randow admits sometimes
it's hard not to get too
greedy.
Spruce Creek dominated
the sub-sectional
weightlifting tournament
at its home gym this past
weekend, qualifying 12 of a
possible 15 lifters for the
.sectional tournament at
Spruce Creek in two weeks.
"It didn't go exactly the
way we had planned,"
Randow said. "We would
have liked to have gotten
alll5. We had a couple we
really had to fight for and
we came up a little short.
Bpt I guess it's hard to
complain with 12."
The top three qualifiers
in each of the 10 weight
classes qualify for the sec-
tional tournament.
New Smyrna Beach had
the second most qualifiers
with six, followed by Del-
tona with five, Seabreeze
with three, Atlantic with
two and Mainland with
one.
"Spruce Creek will do it
again," said New Smyrna
Beach coach Tim McRae.


"They have so many girls."
The Hawks have won all
three state championships
since the Florida High
School Athletic Associa-
tion sanctioned the sport.
"We hope this is the first
step," Randow said. "We
still have our work cut out
for us. Port Charlotte has a
really tough bunch this
time. It's not going to be as
easy as it was for us last
year. We worked hard for it
last year, but this group is
really going to have to earn
it."
The Hawks had five first-
place finishers, another six
second-place finishers and
one third-place finisher.
Creek's biggest catch
came in the 169-pouind
division where Brittany
Adamekbested New Smyr-
na Beach's Patrice Doemer
by five pounds. Adamek
had a total of 350 pounds
while Doemer finished
with 345 pounds. Doemer
bested Adamek for the Five
Star Conference champi-
onship earlier this year
when both lifters finished
with 350 pounds, but Doe-
mer was the winner
because she weighed
three-tenths of a pound
less.
"I'm very pleased with


the way things turned out,"
Randow said. "Sometimes
it's hard not to get a little
greedy. I'm disappointed
for the three girls who did-
n't make it. Two of them are
seniors, and they've been
with us for four years. It's
not the way they wanted to
go out, but I'm still really
proud of them."
The Hawks got another
lift in the 101-pound divi-
sion, where Heather Wolfe
dropped down in weight
and came within 10
pounds of her personal
best.
Wolfe captured top hon-
ors in her class with a total
of 230 pounds.
"I think that's really
going to help us out a lot,"
Rahidod said. "I know ouli
girls are pretty confident. I
saw a lot of great things out
there. Now, we've got our
12 ready to fight for anoth-
er state championship."
Creek's other top finish-
ers included Leigha Nave
(119), Ashley Fides (154)
and Candace Poirier (183).
Poirier's win in the 183-
pound class has to be con-
sidered a gift after Five Star
champion Maranda Whit-
ley of New Smyrna Beach
was ruled academically
ineligible earlier this week.


The Hawks had second-
place finishers with Kaysie
Junco (101), Raquel Abadia
(110), Sara Cowles (119),
Nicole Sanclemente
(129), Kristain Rainge-
Campbell (154) and Eliz-
abeth Ensminger (199).
The third-place finisher
was M.E. Fuller (139).
Creek's non-qualifiers
were Cara Dimartino
(110), Heather Teschner
(139) and Cheryl Roberts
(169).
"The numbers do help
us, but I don't think as
much as with the boys,"
Randow said. "With the
boys, we've always had a
huge numbers advan-
tage. I think the girls pro-
grams are competitive
numbers-wise. Oine
advantage we've had is
my assistant coach, Tom
Bennett. He does a great
job teaching fundamen-
tals and getting the girls
prepared."
Atlantic had a pair of
qualifiers in the heavy-
weight class with
Dwaynique Sypho and
Cherrish Martin, who
placed second and third,
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BY ANITA BEVINS
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The Daytona Rugby
Club arrived for its season
opener on Saturday with a
wish list in hand.
"We need some big guys
and we need a lighted
practice field," president
and coach Brian Richard-
son said after the team's
32-26 loss to Boca Raton.
"The lack of practice really
hurt us; we had a lot of
dropped and bad passes."
The team's regular prac-
tice facility was damaged
during the Christmas Day
tornado that blasted
across the Embry-Riddle
Aeronautical University
campus. Now the club is
hunting for a lighted field
so the team can practice in
the evenings.
But the tornado also
delivered a gift to the
rugby club. Key player
Alex Wanyama, an ERAU
student, was scheduled to
return to his native Kenya
this month. But he needs
flight hours. To build


those hours, he has to wait
for the school to restock its
aircraft fleet that was
damaged in the storm.
The longer he has to wait,
the more playing time he
adds to the rugby team.
Wanyama earned man
of the match honors in the
season-opening game.
But neither his efforts nor
Daytona's late-game
surge, were enough to
overcome an early deficit.
"Boca Raton does the
basics real well tackling,
tying up the ball and con-
testing our possessions,"
Richardson said. "They
didn't crack under pres-
sure. When we start com-
ing back, a lot of teams
will crack, and I was hop-
ing..."
Saturday's match was
the first for Daytona as a
Division I team. After
clinching the Florida State
Division III championship
in 2003 and 2005 and the
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taking the short drive to
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While I never attended
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Years ago, I planned to
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in golf.
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Dow Finsterwald, a PGA
Sof America member since
U 1956, was next in line. He
Thanked his wife, Linda,
with whom he has
enjoyed 53 years of
*marriage, for being there
with him through his life.


Dow concluded his
speech with a tear in his
eye.
"I am proud to be a part
of golf, the greatest game
of all. I feel privileged to
be a PGA professional for
50 years," he said.
William Heald, who
began his career as a
caddie, was the highlight
of the evening for me.
The man with the
bubbly personality started
off his moment with flare.
"I haven't had this much
fun since I led the cabbage
strike of 1949," he told the
amused crowd. With a big
grin and a mischievous
twinkle in his eye he then
added, "We won. Our
wages went from 75 cents
to $1."
The man best known as
the "Greatest Golfer Ever"
was not on hand that
evening. Jack Nicklaus
had prior commitments
half-way around the world
that he tried diligently to
break, but could not make
it. His lovely wife, Barbara
accepted on his behalf.
Barbara spoke of how
Jack started playing the
game at age 10. Jack
wanted to spend some
time with his father who
was recovering from a
broken ankle. Jack went to
the course with his dad
and between holes, while
dad rested, Jack would
chip and putt. It was the
beginning of a grand
career, one that Jack says
he owes to all PGA profes-
sionals.
My friend GaryWiren
followed. Wiren spoke of
how his wife, Tracy, stayed
home with their four
children while he traveled
and taught. He told us
that golf is not about $40
million courses and $20
million clubhouses. It's
about playing the game
with friends and new
acquaintances.
He concluded with a
profound statement.
"I want to thank my
mom for reading to me as
a child. She taught me
that those who dare to
teach should never cease
to learn."
Bill Eschenbrenner, the
PGA Golf Professional of
the Year and Roger War-
ren, outgoing PGA presi-
dent, concluded the
ceremony. Warren spoke
of what an honor it had
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Nearly 32 years ago,
former Nextel Cup
champion Benny
Parsons parked his L.G.
DeWitt-owned Chevrolet
in Victory Lane after the
Daytona 500. The No. 72
car only led four laps
during the race, but one of
them was good enough for
the trophy. It was Par-
sons' only win in the 500,
although he did manage to
earn a pole and win a 125-
mile qualifying race at
Daytona International
Speedway during his 41
starts at the World Center
of Racing.
I wasn't around back in
the day when racing
legend Benny Parsons
piloted stock cars around
the south. I never saw him
compete in a stock car
race. And I certainly never
witnessed a victory.
But I was around, back
in the day, when broad-
caster "Buffet Benny"
moved into the analyst
chair. We worked together
on a few shows and we
made the circuit with the
same group of racing
journalists for several
seasons.
That's when I had the
privilege of seeing his
trophy room, complete
with black-and-white
checkered tile floor. His
wife, Terri, salvaged those
trophies from his 20 career
wins, some of them
suffering the same fate as
Eddie George's Heisman
along the way. In other
words, they bore the
marks from years of
beating and banging, just
like any old racer.
BP had a custom craps
table steps away from the
trophy cases. He bought it
to save himself the finan-
cial agony of learning his
favorite game in Las Vegas.
But racing remained his
No. 1 sport. He even
named his dog, Winston,
after the title sponsor of
the Cup Series before
Nextel came to town. I've
heard stories of BP and
Winston entertaining the
neighbors while making
the rounds in Daytona,
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I didn't know the man as
a racer. I knew him as a
broadcaster. But mostly, I
knew him as a person.
The news of BP's passing
on Jan. 16 started the old
wheels cranking in my
head. Things I hadn't
thought of in years sur-
faced. He used to stage a
big fish fry at the site of his
old homestead in North
Carolina the Saturday
night before the North
Wilkesboro race each year.
The locals would bring a
covered dish and fry fish in
huge troughs. It rivaled
any potluck dinner ever
staged.
BP built a shelter just for
those kinds of gatherings,
even though the house on
the property had long ago
seen its last human
inhabitant. When BP gave
a guided tour of his
childhood home, the cows
meandering through the
bedrooms didn't seem to
mind the trespass. The
scene reframed the term
"rural."
When the moonshiners
showed up at BP's home-
stead with trunk loads of
their product, they
brought withthem the
history of stock car racing.
The restored cars and the
'shine traveled the same
routes as racing legends
and bootleggers back in
the early days of genuine
stock car road racing.
BP married his second
wife, a Mainland High
School alumna, at the old
homestead. And they
celebrated. Not with the
'shine. I can't ever remem-
ber seeing BP partake of
any alcoholic beverages. I
never saw him smoke,
either. In fact, playing in
an annual just-for-fun golf
tournament, he warned
everyone in his foursome
that he was highly allergic
to smoke.
And still, he succumbed
to a disease associated
with the weed. The man
who had the size and
strength of a superhero,
the man who had fingers
as large as sausages and a
heart as soft and sweet as
hand-turned ice cream,
suffered the ravages of
lung cancer. Ironically, the
disease felled him years
after competing in the
Winston Cup Series,
sponsored by U.S. Tobacco
brands Skoal and Copen-
hagen the smokeless
kind.
RIP, BP

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Shrimp mystery


stumps, but does


not discourage


W en will the
shrimp run?

This is a question I field
atleast once a week.
How about now or
tcnorrow? Maybe next
week?
As I look back through
Iry fishing notes compiled
over the last 20 years, I
find that I had cast-netted
a nice catch on Jan. 17,
1986 and another on Jan.
31, 1987, Jan. 13 and 14,
1988 and so on.
Not an exact science, but
it shows a definite January
trend.
On Jan. 13, 1988, I went
to the east end of the
Granada Bridge to catch a -
lew shrimp for bait. When
] threw my little 5-foot bait
net in the same place as I
had done so many times
before, it seemed to be
hanging to something.
I figured some sort of
trash or tree limb had
been washed there by the
tide, but when I gave it a
good tug, I could see that
ihe water was alive with
shrimp. My net was not
stuck at all, just full of
shrimp. All I had was a 5-
gallon bucket to put them
in, which was filled with
Iwo casts.
I went home to get every
cooler I owned and
returned to take 162
pounds that day, without a
boat.
I stood on that seawall
and netted shrimp for the
next three days, and
finally, just tired out.
In all my years, that was
tie wildest shrimping
experience I have ever
encountered.
For the next several
years, each Jan. 13 found
me at that spot, but the
conditions were never
quite the same, and the
shrimp were never there
again, but that same
phenomenon may happen
today. You just have to be
in the right spot at the
r:ght time.
The limit for shrimp is
one 5-gallon bucket per
person per day, unless you
possess a marine products
permit.
A few days ago, I put in
at Cassen Park on the west
end of the Granada Bridge
and allowed the light,
southerly breeze to push
my skiff north along the
private docks on the west
bank of the Halifax.
My target was spotted
sea trout since I had
caught none since the
season reopened Jan. 1.
1 cast a plug for a solid
h3ur without any type of


1 i*









DAN SMITH
Inshore fishing

hit, but my first cast of a
jig produced a 15-inch
keeper trout.
The next cast brought
another and then anoth-
er, all from the end of the
same dock. Not trophy
fish, but nice, fat little
trout to take home to
dinner.
I continued to drift
north and cast the jig for
another two and a half
hours without any action
at all. I had envisioned
big snook crashing out
from under those lighted
docks or at least an
occasional ladyfish or
jack, but there was
nothing.
Just as I was consider-
ing packing it in, I
hooked up with two more
trout of the same size,
one of which I turned
loose since the limit in
Volusia County is four
fish.
As I drove back to the
ramp, I thought about
what had happened. It is
no surprise that small
trout are schooling fish,
but what held them at the
end of those two docks
and not at the others?
The bottom had
seemed the same and the
barnacle growth showed
that both had been there
several years, but so had
many others. It's a mys-
tery that will no doubt
need more investigation.
The next time I am up
that way, I will definitely
fish those same two
docks to see if the fish. are
holding steady.
To be sure,'the secret to
successful fishing and
shrimping is a mystery,
but I intend to keep at it
until I get to the bottom
of it.

Dan Smith has fished
the waters of Volusia
County for about 35 years.
When he's not fishing, the
retired contractor is
heavily involved with the
Ormond Beach Historical
Trust.


ACROSS
1 Supporting timbers
6 Israel's Eban
10 Friendly
discussion
14 Ardor
18 One of the Fords
19 Palindromic time
of day
20 Subtle emanation
21 Pried inquisitively
23 Bethlehem, in a
carol
25 It led 64 Across
27 Those making
wills
28 Very small amount
29 Small interstice in
tissue
30 Some Burmese
Buddhists
31 Waste product
32 Paved, in a way
33 Swiss river
36 Matters to be
disputed
39 Luau adornment
40 Message of the
herald angels
50 Fascination
51 German hall
52 Opponent of 56
Across
53 Great Barrier Island
54 Most ashen
55 "The Body
Snatcher" initials
56 ETO commander
57 Gentle touch
59 Annapolis grad.
60 Cup or cough
starter
62 Actress Salonga
63 Mongolian and
Turkic tribes
64 They were led to
Bethlehem
69 On land
71 Wrath
72 Invalid's food
73 Writer Carl
Doren
76 Moves slowly and
furtively
77 Breakfast standby
78 Raven man
80 Nonmetallic
carbolic element
83 Drillmaster's
command
84 Old English letter
85 Spanish room
86 Dickens'
Broadway musical
87 "Holy sleep
in ...
92 Hawaiian hawks
93 Low-lying, soggy
ground
94 Moines, IA
95 Robin Hood's love
99 Old Spanish card
game
101 Lackaday


Wanted
From page B5
Union moved Daytona
into Division I, the most
competitive division in
the union.
"We have been rapidly
promoted," Richardson
said. "There are four
teams in Division I and
they are forward-orient-
ed. We have some of the
best backs; that is where
our success has been. Our
backs are pretty special.


Noel! Noel!


Edited by Linda and Charles Preston


2006 Tribune Media Services, Inc. All rights reserved


105 Jargest tributary of
the Congo
106 Layer of paint
107 Familiarize
112 Christmas visitor
114 Entrances for 112
Across
115 Guide
116 Seine sights
117 Grafted, in heraldry
118 Turn aside
119 Queen of the
Greek gods
120 Word with chair or
mark
121 Editor's notation
122 Spanish
missionary in
America

DOWN
1 Zone or region
2 New York barge
canal
3 Tiny colonists
4 Gloves for catchers
5 Concluding word in
a Psalm
6 San _, TX
7 Ill-mannered
person
8" Makes obeisance
9 New England cape


10 Freight train rear
car
11 Injures
12 La Scala highlights
13 Children's chasing
game
14 Board the
choo-choo
15 One destined to fail
16 US fur merchant
Jacob
17 Author of "Good
King Wenceslaus"
22 The Scott
decision
24 Airport abbr.
26 One who loathes
28 Fairy bluebird
31 Affairs of honor
33 Love feast
34 British actress
Elizabeth
35 Bakery wares
37 Laundry aid
38 Synagogue
39 __Alamos, NM
41 Bea's "Golden
Girls" colleague
42 Many mos.
43 Ties up, as a horse
44 Historical kingdom
in present day
Chad


We expect to be the best
team in Florida, but it
comes down to how you
travel."
The club will test its
travel mettle Saturday
when Daytona visits Boca
Raton. The Daytona
Rugby Club returns to its
home field on Jan. 27 to
take on Miami, a team
that beat Daytona by only
one point during the fall


45 Spelling or quilting
follower
46 Sacred book of
Islam
47 Road to Rome
48 Monster's loch?
49 Popular fuel
56 Morning
phenomenon
57 English poet and
song composer
Thomas
58 Raided the icebox
61 Brooklyn or Israel
follower
62 Tracy or Trevino
63 Darjeeling
64 Eighth Greek letter
65 School dance
66 "The Stuff":
1983 film
67 Work unit
68 Shafted weapons
69 Isles off Ireland
70 Discipline or
defense starter
73 Graphic
74 Anoint, once
75 "Revenge of the "
76 Greek letter
77 Tokyo, formerly
78 San Diego ballplayer
79 Olive genus .


12/24/06
81 Word before hat or
hand
82 Lacking luster
84 Dangerous curve
85 Stable sound
88 Large waterfall
89 Quinine water
90 Tourist's home
away from home?
91 Red
95 Disarrange
96 Take : suffer
heavy losses
97 Rajah's wife
98 Cede or change
starter
99 Central FL city
100 Wry faces
102 Back talk
103 Legendary burden
bearer
104 Urbane
107 Indirect suggestion
108 Comedian Johnson
109 Maple genus
110 Salesman's dist.
111 This, in Toledo
113 Former UN
dignitary
114 Turkish cap; in -
Tripoli


'There are four teams in Division I and they
are forward-oriented. We have some of the
best backs; that is where our success has been".

Coach Brian Richardson


abeachrugby.org.
Bevins@hometownnew-
sol.com


Golf
From page B6


of the PGA fAmerica.
Eschenbrenner summed
up the award perfectly.
"This award is special
because it represents
someone from every facet


of the game," he said.
The seven men inducted
that day are just as special
as the award bestowed
upon them.
I thank them for sharing


their special momentwith
me, and many others that
day.
In doing so, now I have
achieved one of my dreams.
James Starnmer has been


an avidgolferandgolf
enthusiastfor 30 years. He
hosts the Tuesda' Night Golf
Showon WPSL 1590-AAtI
radio station. Contact him at
jstammer@yahoo.com.


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once $30 386-409-8506
Edgewater
BED Antique brass full
w/rails $75. Insinkerator
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BEDDING- King size,
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blanket, matt. cover etc.
$150 386-682-5018
BICYCLE very old
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Ormond.Beach
BOOKCASE- 5 shelf
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386-788-1827 South
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CENTER SPEAKER- by
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CHAIR WICKER large
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Folding chairs 6 $24.
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Christmas Tree-7.5',
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CLUBS -Titleist clubs,
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15 gl sealer $50.
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COCKTAIL CHAIRS (2),
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COFFEE MAKER tas-
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386-299-9885
Port Orange
COMPUTER DESK,
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sliding keyboard shelf
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COUCH 8' w/ brown
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DAY BED White Victor-
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DECANTER- Tuscany
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DEHUMIDIFIER $75.
kerosene heater $50.
Eureka vacuum $75.
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DESK teelcase desk
$20.,metal table $10.
IHedman headers #88360
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DESK&CHAIR cream
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DESK- Large, 5-drawer,
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DINETTE SET 3 pc sld
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DINETTE- 30x48 butcher
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HEATER central pro-
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KNITTING MACHINE-
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LAWN MOWER $50.
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MIRROR $45. server
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MISC FURNITURE-
Leather sofa, fabric sofa,
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PATIO SET, Wrought
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.bench $75. 386-248-3258
Holly Hill
TABLE TOP 42" rnd
glass $60., Typewriter oli-
vetti $125. 386-258-6582
Daytona
TABLE TOP glass 42x72
bev grt cnd $75. car dual
bike carrier pad mounts
$15. 386-429-2944 Edgw

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TIRES 2 hankook hr11
sz 245/40-17. 200 miles
off of mercedes $55. ea
386-795-6043 Orm Beach
TIRES 215-65r 15 $10.
each 386-767-8406 Port
Orange
TOYOTA TUNDRA Hard
Truck Top, Candy Apple
Red. Good Condition
$200. 386-439-6202
TRAILER 5x6'8 open
trailer w ladder rack sin-
gle axle $199.
386-214-8847 call Terry
TREADMILL proform
J41 pwr incliner cushion
base, space saver $150.
or BO 386-868-4701 DB
TREADMILL SEARS -
loaded, fold away $85.
upright freezer 16 cf. $60
386-947-1971
TV CABINET- solid wood
21x40x79 $195.00
386-761-0197 South
Daytona
TV- Zenith 25" $50, Wal-
nut Inlaid TV Cabinet
$150 321-728-1739
Melbourne


TWIN BED- with frame,
complete bedding $200
386-756-0436 Port Or-
ange


MHM
VACUUM KIRBY G3 &
G4 vac cleaners $130.
386-427-0757 NSB
VERTICAL BLINDS-
alabs 110x48 or 73<48,
HD peach shade 37x36
$25&$40 386-383-6717
WASHER/DRYER SET-
Kenmore Heavy Duty,
matched, good cond.
$199 set 386-846-795E ,
WASHERIDRYER:Whirl-
pool, Excellent condition.
$199,only 2 years old
386-238-3927 VOL
WEDDING DRESS -SZ
4-5 sequined $35. or
w/long veil $;5.
386-673-1330 Orm Bch'
WETSUITS- Heavy, one
5mm and one 7mm, john
& jacket; $199 321-
206-8358 South Daytona
WETSUITS- ONEIL,
new. 3-4 size + full slesv-
less, means -med. $75 sa.
$150 both 386-233-338.
WOODEN ROCKER-
$50, floral loveseat $150.
386-761-6801 Port Or-
ange


PET


BOXER PUPPY- AKC, 1
brindle female. Health
certificate, Parents on
site. Asking $500. Ready
now! 386-257-4795
MINI DACHSHUND-
Long or smooth coat,
most colors, $600 +
386-304-1413 www.
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PEMBROKE CORGI
PUPPIES- 9, ready 1/15.
AKC, 1st Shots and H.
Certs. Sables & Black
Tris. Excellent markings,
happy, healthy bundles of
joy just waiting for you.
$550 386-677-4018
PET RABBIT- w/cage
Very sweet, 1 1/2 years
old great with kids $25
Pt Orange 386-767-4787
PUPPIES- Chows and
akita/chows for sale. All
colors, Beautiful. Kid test-
ed. 1st shots. Starting at
$50. Pictures available.
386-423-2773
RAT TERRIER PUP-
PIES- Tiny beautiful ba-
bies. 10 wks, registered,
shots, health certs. Great
w/kids & other animals.
Great family pets! $265
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blood line, 10+ champion
pedigree, shots, wormed,
Ready now! $600.
386-314-9369

Vaccination
Clinic
Mon., Tues., Wed. & Fri.
0 Oam-6pm
Sat. 10am-4pm
DR. HASSAN, DVM
Staff Veterinarian
Rabies $6

DOG
5-way 51
6-way $13
3-Year Distemper $24
Bordetella $12
3DX Heartworm Testing $20
Routine Worming $5-13

CAT
4-way $10
5-way $20
6-way combo $27
Testing/Leukemia $21
Leukemia/FlV $35
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Fecal Flotation $11
AVID microchips $30
Health Certificates
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Advantage Revolution
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Full Service Veterinary Clinic
549 Beville Rd
South Daytona


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$65 (30 to 59 Ibs.)
$75 (60 to 80 lbs.)
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Male: $30
Female: $45
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seeing experienced mechanic with working knowl-
edge of general car repairs. See Bill in the mechanic
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Computer skilled individuals needed to work
Wednesday. Must be organized and have the ability
to work in a fast paced environment. Starting pay is I
$7.50 per hour. (guaranteed 6 hour shift) and must be
able to report to work at 4 PM. Ask for Kelly when
applying in person.
Sale Day Driver
Seeking Driver to drive vehicles through the auction
lanes on Wed. evenings starting @ 3pm. Must te 18
yrs. old, have a valid FL license, and ability to drive a
standard shift. Guaranteed minimum pay for 6 hours :,,
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Seeking outside vehicle registration clerk. Handheld
computer experience helpful. Must enjoy working out-
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BED $140 Queen P/T set
New! 2pcs w/ 5 yr war-
ranty. Can deliver
386-767-0846
BED $195 King P/T set
New! 2pcs w/ 5 yr war-
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386-767-0894
BEDROOM SET Full
Matt/Box, head/foot brds,
night stand & dresser,
$475. 386-478-1440.
BEDROOM SET, 6pc
New!! $475. Have truck
and can deliver.
386-767-0894.
BEDROOM SET, Cherry
Set, all Brand New, in-
cluded New P/T Mattress
Set. Can Deliver $950.
386-767-0846
CHAIR- White leather
recliner $35, White king
size headboard $225 or
best offer, Lowrey Organ,
All great shape! $125
386-345-3065


Graphic Designer/Administrative
Asst for busy marketing dept.
Knowledge of Photoshop,
Illustrator/InDesign desired. Exp
comp skills. Please email resume to
hr@AmonInvestments.com

IT Manager for Real Estate
Development Company. Multi-office
locations. Manager will ensure the
technical infrastructure is secure, effi-
cient and meets the needs of our ever-
growing team. Fast-paced environ-
ment. Experience in IT Management
desired. Forward resume to:
HR@AmonInvestments.comn


DAYBED Newl with Mat-
tresses still in boxes. Can
deliver $345.
386-767-0846.
Entertainment Center
$800. Baker's Rack $35.
Llardo Collection, Folk
Lore Plate Collection,
Nao Collection. Doll Col-
lection. 386-439-6202.
FIREPLACE Faux,
Electric, includes simu-
lated logs w/fire, brand
new in box. $300.
386-767-0886
FUTON-WOOD New!
Solid wood frame w/
plush matt. Can deliver.
$195. 386-767-0846
MAGNETIC MATTRESS
PADS- 2 twins, high den-
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$700 each, will sell for
$140 each 386-672-3296
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with box springs & bed
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gray desks plus creden-
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2 corner computer desks,
many pictures, 1 couch,
12 office chairs, book-
shelves, older Macintosh
computers, plus System
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386-547-6700


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CREW MEMBERS
Wendy's is looking for sincerely friendly,
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Day and night positions are now available.
We offer insurance, 401k and discounted
meals. Apply in person at any area
Wendy's location.
Background Check Required.

MANAGERS
We are also hiring hard working, friendly
people to lead our crews. Our managers
receive competitive pay, a full insurance
package, 401k, free meals and more.

Fax Resume: 386-760-4273
Or E-mail: efield@classicburgers.com
Drug test and Background Check
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Masters Degree in Counseling,

Psychology or related

Human Services Field

with one (1) years experience

working with SED or EH chil-

dren. Services are provided in-

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serving Volusia and Flagler

Counties.

Bilingual a plus.

Closing date 1/29/07

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diamonds. Appraised at
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obo. 321-636-4685.


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$950.) Also have Shop-
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386-756-1739 Pt Orange
or mobile phone
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POOL TABLE Brand
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rails, Free delivery/set-up
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Halifax Council of
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837 N. Oleander,
Daytona Beach
Saturday Jan. 19th Only.
9:00-2:00pm, Tools, Flo-
ral Crafts, Many Items..
For Info: 386-761-4804.


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CNA'S
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* Shift differential
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* Wage Scale based on experience
* Full or Part Time
* Work Schedule posted 4 weeks
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* Pleasant and friendly work
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Attn: Human Resources
Ocean View Nursing & Rehab Ctr.
2810 S. Atlantic Ave.
New Smyrna Beach, FL 32169
Phone: 386-428-6424
Fax: 386-428-0640


FOND OF THE ELDERLY?
ARE YOU A CARING PERSON?
FT/PT days, nights, and weekends available.
Provide non-medical companionship and help in
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You MUST also have a Clean Criminal and
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Apply at: 933 Beville Rd, Suite 101-G
South Daytona Beach
Applications accepted from
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Cooks, Waiters,
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Intet Harbor Rstaurant is
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Must be able to work
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come join our team!
Please apply in person
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133 Inlet Harbor Rd.
EOE/DFWP
WENDY'S is now hiring
Crew Members and Man-
agers. Day & night posi-
tions available For More
information see' our Ad in
the Hot Jobs Section.



SALES MANAGER
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company in Central
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386-322-5944



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Competitive Hourly
Rates, FT & PT, Great
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Hot Jobs Section or Call
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DIRECTOR OF
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LPN'S & RN's Now Hir-
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Call Dolan
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DAYTONA AUTO
AUCTION Now Hiring!
See Our Ad In Hottest
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/ADMINISTRATIVE Asst.
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om


COUNSELOR Masters
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in the Hot Jobs Section.
"Our" Children First. Fax
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REAL ESTATE
ADS WORK IN THE'
HOMETOWN NEWS


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REPORTERS
As wee continueour expansion, we
are looking for reporters in the communi-
ties we serve from North Palm Beach
through Ormond Beach.
Journalism degree is required with
at least 1 year of newspaper experience
preferred.
Freelance opportunities
also available.
The Hometown News was voted the #1
community newspaper in the United
States in 2005. This is a good opportunity
to join a team with good people who care.
Benefits include health, dental, life insur-
ance & 401K.
If you have a passion for reporting, we
would like to speak to you.
Please fax resume & clips to:
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FOUR STAR

HIRING NEW SALES AGENTS
PORT ORANGE/DELAND
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ADVERTISING
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Account
Consultants
We are looking for ex-
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GOLDSMITH TEAM
GMAC Real Estate is now
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Call 772-770-9995


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CNC MACHINIST &
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ad in the Hot Jobs Sec-
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US 1, Ormond Beach. -

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TRUCK DRIVERS Want-
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WINDOW FILM
INSTALLERS

Ladies & gentlemen
we are looking for
experienced
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(Flat Glass)
Career position with
30 year local firm.
Base, Bonus &
Benefits.

386-441-2299

REAL ESTATE
ADS ROCK IN THE
HOMETOWN NEWS!


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WANT TO MAKE MONEY IN 2007
If you have telemarketing exp or similar,
I WANT TO TALK WITH YOU!
The Grand Seas Resort & Club Navigo are look-
ing for enthusiastic people with good
communications skills to work on the beach
& various family-oriented locations.
Great income potential. S
Day & evening shifts avail.
Call Ed at 677-7880 ext 7526
& leave a message.






CLUB NAVIGO
S20071 IS THE Year to inake money!
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Paid elite training
Benefits
Licensed or unlicensed
If you want 2007 to be your best income year ever
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MICROSOFT CERTIFIED
SYSTEMS ENGINEER
or Equivalent:
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that wants to work with and learn technology in
the following areas. General PC and Printer
repairs, Network with W2003 server, active
directory. JBT is an authorized Hewlett Packard
dealer and supports small work groups to enter-
prise level solutions. Salary, depending on your
qualifications. $40K per year, plus benefits.
Contact James @ JBT & Associates,
by sending a resume to
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Income Tax Services by
Former Tax Auditor. Will
pick up in your home or
office. 30 years in the
Area. Call 386-767-4272


COMPASSIONATE
Homemakers/Companio
ns Alico Health Services,
386-761-1107 Lic 229746



JEFF'S MID FLORIDA
Heating/AC See our Ad
below. Ormond Beach
671-7054. Port Orange/
Daytona Beach 760-1444
New Smyrna 426-5588.


COUNTY-WIDE
APPLIANCE SERVICE
Free service call with re-
pair. 30 years experi-
ence. Same day service.
Licensed. Joe Mormino,
owner, 386-257-3664.



BATHTUB REFINISH-
ING Renew / change
color. Tub, tile, sink &
chip repair. Com and Res
5 yr warranty. Quick re-
sponse, Insured. Serving
Florida for over 10 yrs.
"Florida's Tub Doctor."
1-888-686-9005

PLEASE

SUPPORT
SOUR
ADVERTISERS!
They make this
all possible!
HOMETOWN.
NEWS
CLASSIFIED!


MASTER CARPET In-
staller Repairs, tucks,
restretches. Will pick up
carpet at any local store.
Deliver & Install! Lic/Ins
386-788-6516/847-6120


BOB MILLAN/
CARPENTRY
Specializing in DOOR
installations, Chair Rail,
Crown & Base Molding,
Attic Stairs, Kitchen Cabi-
nets, Custom Work &
other carpentry solutions.
30+ years. Licensed & In-
sured. 386-304-1228


Carpentry and Painting
Complete Repair Service
Wood Rot
Drywall
Power Washing
Seniciag Volusa Since 1992
Soffit/Facia
Siding/Hardi-Board Z
Painting Interior/Exterior
Decks -Window- Door
Call 386-852-2741
386-409-0672





28th Year Anniversary
Specials...
4 Rooms + Free Hall
$79 5
Whole House + Free Hall
'99gg
*Tile & Grout -1/2 off
(only.25 per sq. ft.)
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"QUALITYYOU CAN TRUST"
Aloha Carpet
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366-3602 /
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"Qualiy Guaranteed Service"
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*Offices
*Weekly, BI-weekly'
-One Time
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& Weekends
Estmates In 24 hours
Business owner 18 years
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COMPUTERS


PC & Mac
Repair, Parts,
Service &.
Much More!





CM
Classes '
Start Feb. 1
Quickbooks
Antivirus
SSpyware

We Make
House Calls!
Mon. -Sat9am-6pm
2325 S. Rdgewood Ave.
Pelican Plaza, Edgewater
426-8662

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SUPPORT
OUR
ADVERTISERS!
They make this
all possible
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NEWS
CLASSIFIED!

SELL YOUR CAR
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removal, hardware &
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1-866-601-4907 *Ask
about. Free Computer
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ARTISTIC
COUNTER TOPS
1707 State Ave, Holly Hill
Specializing in Solid
Surface Counters,
Corian, Hanex,
Wilsonart, Staron,
Meganite,
LG HI-Macs, Etc.
We do kitchens,
bathrooms,
offices & dens.
Also specialty jobs:
shelves, window sills,
fireplace surrounds, etc.
Call Chris Bode for Apt
at 386-673-1410 or come
by and see our display area.



DOORS & WINDOWS
Sales, Installation & Re-
pair. Entry, Patio, Storm
& Interior. Mckenzie's
Home Imp. State Certi-
fied: CRC1327744 Call
386-322-1220.


WE JUST
KEEP
GETTING
BETTER!
Now over
500,000
Newspapers
Every Week!
Palm Beach
Gardens
though
Ormond
Beach!
HOMETOWN
NEWS
One Call
Does It All!


FLORIDA P
HEATING &C } /
State Certified CAC053229
Ormond Beach: 671-7054 W inter
Port Orange: 760-1444 Special
Daytona Beach: 760-1444 pecia
New Smyrna: 426-5588 '39
'Vii ---- $39
Preventative Diagnosti
S Maintenance Diagnostic
Agreements Residenal Only Expires 2-19-07
Includes 2 yearly 24 point check-ups.
No extra charge for:
SIndoor/Outdoor Coil Clean only $l j
SA/H Sanitation -
SNights, Weekends or Holiday Service 1 9
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Limited

Time Offer!
Air Duct Cleaning


RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL ql
* Driveways Patios Footers
* Walkways Pool Decks *Blockwork


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BUCKEYE HOME
REPAIR Northern
Quality! Carpentry, Paint-
ing, Screening. Shed.
Licensed & Insured
386-878-6291




East Coast Home Im-
provement Inc., FREE
estimates. Bath & Kitchen
Renovations. No job too
small or too big! Lic &
Insured 386-341-2395




Frank's Tm &6
Carpentry LLC
C, ,r,,m ; t', J ', Re. de,',l,;l
Services Crown Molding.
Base Board. Chair Rail.
Door and Window Casing.
Cabinetry, Closet Systems
Custom Purniture,
Interior Doors,
Ceramic tile Wood
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1236 Sunland Road, Daytona
Beach, FL 32114
Phone# (386) 235-7697
Licensed & Insured



"CURB APPEAL"
Decorative Curbing, Pres-
sure Washing/Lawn Care/
Cleanups 386-562-3738



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Complete & Includes
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Toll Free. (800)603-3900
Spiegel & Utrera. PA. L.
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ADOPTION A wonder-
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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
HOLLY HILL-
Open house Sat. & Sun.
Ferndale Street. Brand
new home. 3br/2ba, 2 car
garage, 1820 total sf.
nice neighborhood.
$199,700 386-566-2799




INCOME PRODUCING,
two units one block from
river, completely renovat-
ed, 2 bdrm. 1.5 ba.; 2
bdrm, 1 ba. quiet neigh-
borhood. new roof, tile,
fixtures and tenants.
$289,000. 386-690-0886
NEW SMYRNA Bch -
Venezia 4BR/3BA deep
water docking w/shore
power, huge lot. Remod-
eled block home w/pool.
Owner must sell now for
payoff! Over 100 grand
below appraisal.
386-747-8220
LUSH GARDENS PINE
FLOORS and Intracoast-
al, 3 Bedroom, 2.5 Bath,
Remodeled, Historic
home with Dock. Located
near downtown New
Smyrna. 386-690-0886.

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OKEECHOBEE-
110'X110' waterfront lot,
w/seawall & 2/1 furnished
trailer. $159,900. Call S.
Stone Owner/Realtor
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SATELLITE BEACH
Deep Water Large Dock
3 BR/2BA, screen porch,
jacuzzi. REMODELED!
Coquina Reef Realty, Inc.
321-432-1557 $589,000




CENTRAL MERRITT
ISLAND: Condo for sale
by owner. 2/2 updated,
2nd fir, end unit. Cable &
water 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 1350
Palmetto, Unit 1-G, 1/1,
703 SF, Open, airy, refur-
bished. In beautiful condi-
tion. Quaint. $84,500.
Assist 2 Sell Sellers &
Buyers Realty
386-672-1231
DAYTONA BEACH-
SIDE- 8-plex, 6: 1BR, 2:
2BR 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

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Beautiful 37ft sail
boat, sleeps 4 adults
in 3 beds with galley
and head. Docked in
downtown Daytonra 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
Ft. Pierce: High Point
55+ lake view, 1/1.5,
screened patio, laundry
rm, new kitch, rugs, tile,
AC & appl's $119,500
OBO 772-332-6896
HOLLY HILL Cedar
Pointe, 3bd/2ba/lcg, new
1st floor condo,Off 15th
St, Under sales price
$148,900 Owner/Agent
561-747-0592
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
HUTCHINSON ISLAND
Ocean Village 1br Villa,
Total remodel, furn. Golf,
tennis, htd pool, possible
owner finance/ lease opt.
$225,000. 954-429-1821
PORT ORANGE-
Triplex, 3: 2br/lba, 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
PORT ST. LUCIE:
TRADITION, Avail. new
3br/2ba/lcg end unit,
w/balconies, 2nd fir,
appls, walk to public &
bedford pk sq. all tile.
comm. pool. $299,500.
772-336-9318
401-580-6001
SOUTH DAYTONA
BCH- Walk to Ocean.
Completely Rennovated
Beautiful 2 bdm, 1 Bath
Condos. $159,900.
$2500 towards closing.
Marco 786-303-5196
SOUTH DAYTONA- DI-
RECT OCEAN remod-
eled condo $159,000.
Entire building being ren-
ovated with Restaurant,
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tion in Daytona.
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garage,storage, all appl's
+ W/D, security system,
comm. pool/fitness ctr.,
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Split floor plan. Vaulted
ceilings, glass-enclosed
patio. Many upgrades in
this quality built home.
Located on quiet culde-
sac in a beautiful, gated
golf community.
$239,900.386-760-5127

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 -3/2/2 car,
Fireplace, inground pool.
Like new must sell.
$209K obo. will consider
lease option. Exit Realty
Melissa Chapman
386-717-1061

EDGEWATER
Ready & Waiting
forYoul
3BR/2BA 2 Car
Garage Pool Home
on 3 lots. Located
on corner. Freshly
painted & new tile
throughout.
2831 Silver Palm
Drive, Edgewater
MUST SEEI
$259,900
Call Owner at
860-543-2526
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/2ba, 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!
$280,000 negotiable.
954-600-3030
EDGEWATER- By own-
er, 2br/2ba, all upgraded,
fenced back yard, new
roof, new carpet & updat-
ed tile, great location!
$150K 386-804-5472
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EDGEWATER- By Own-
er, pool home on 3 lots,
plenty of room for the
toys, RV/Boat,--eter--2/9
12x26 FL room, $245K
Call 386-478-0051
FLORIDA: New Homes
Build a 3/2/2 in a nice
area for $154,000 (lot not
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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.
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.

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Barrier Island Home. 3
years new. 3/2. 1850 liv-
ing. Pool. Spa 1 bick from
beach; 2 bicks from river.
$499,000. Great invest-
ment. 321-722-2768
MELB BEACH Riverfront;
3/2, completely renovate-
d, new impact windows &
sliders, new apple, fishing
pier, tennis courts, club-
house, beach access,
$650,000. 321-728-1837
MELBOURNE BCH Villa
3/2/2 walk to bch & river.
Gated com. Pool, tennis.
Immaculate, tile, maple
cabinets, appl's. Reduced
$349K. 321-536-6611
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
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 BCH-
5BR/3BA remodeled his-
toric home. 208 Mary
Ave. Must sell 30K under
appraisal, will consider
lease option Exit Realty
Melissa Chapman
386-717-1061
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 tothe 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- By
Owner, sought after loca-
tion near middle school,
high & dry, no flood zone,
low traffic, quiet area,
concrete block wlstucco.
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
ORMOND BEACH- His-
toric area near river,
2br/lba, beautifully land-
scaped corner lot. $129K
with owner financing. Call
for appt. 386-405-4315
ORMOND BEACH- Tym-
ber Creek, 3br/2ba with
loft, newer air, roof, up-
dated. Bright, open &
airy. Great schools! Great
Location! $248,900
386-673-5221
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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.
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By Owner 2br/1.5ba, new
windows, sprinkler sys-
tem, .updated kitchen,
carpet, Asking $219,000
910-358-7436
PALM BAY, BY OWNER.
Affordable 2B/2B dream
house Tile roof, Cathe-
dral / Vaulted ceilings,
open floor plan. Big mas-
ter 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
PALM CITY: Meadows
Gated Comm 2/2/2 Over
looks lake, extended
Capri,built in wall unit.
Tennis, playground &
pool. $315,000
772-286-2561 / 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
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!!H
$284,900. 386-760-0256
or 352-406-1607
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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 ORANGE, 3768
Fiaro Dr. Sunrise Oaks
Beauty. 4/2/2 2086SF,
Pool. Harwood Floors.
$39,000. Assist 2 Sell
Premier Realty
386-323-7199
PORT ORANGE-
4br/2ba, many updates,
sparkling screened in
pool on lake. Excellent
school district. Asking
$286K 386-212-8372
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
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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
PORT ST LUCIE Brand
New! 3/2/2 Close to Gai-
tlin & 95. Tile, stainless
appliances, granite coun-
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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
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Hallmark Properties

NEW SMYRNA


386-427-2622
301 Flagler Ave New Smyrna Beach


OPEN HOUSE! 3206 JUNIPER DRIVE
UNBELIEVABLE 6BR/4.5BA ON TRIPLE LOT. One year old.
Minutes from ocean, river & major highways. 3 stall
garage. Heated, in-ground pool. Over 4764 sq. ft. Bring the
In-Laws. $450,000
Bennie Elefante 386-690-6100


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











OPEN HOUSE! 3001 S. ATLANTIC AVENUE #443
DIRECT OCEAN FRONT! UNBELIEVABLE VIEW! 3BR/2BA
1650 total sq. ft. Heated pool, sauna, hot tub, rec room,
tennis, underground parking. Great location, close to
shopping & park. $669,900
Bennle Elefante 386-690-6100


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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


OPEN HOUSE! 325 N. CAUSEWAY UNIT # 101
ONE OF THE LARGER GROUND FLOOR UNITS with laundry
inside, Updated kitchen. Shows like a model. Close to
shopping. Boat slips when available. $235,000
Bennie Elefante 386-690-6100











OPEN HOUSE! 814 E 11TH AVENUE
LOCATED ON QUIET STREET this 3BR/2BA features new
flooring and fresh paint inside and out. New roof. Large
wooded yard, perfect for your new pool. Only steps to the
beach walkover, $259,000
Sharon Stilson 386-689-4432












DIRECT OCEAN FRONT 10TH FLOOR UNIT. Quiet communi-
ty only 60 miles to Disney. Miles of white sandy no drive
beach. Fantastic ocean & river views. Newly renovated
2BR/2BA. Prime rental w/good income in 2005. $600,000
Bennie Elefante 386-690-6100


OPEN HOUSE! 2615 ARLINGTON AVE
T.L.C. SHOWS! One owner 3/2 home. Screened in-ground
pool, Florida rm, dining rm, carport w/ extra room for boat
& R.V. Spa stays. Workshop, fenced yard, area for office or
4th bedroom. $210,000
Bennie Elefante 386-690-6100


THIS IS NOT A DRIVE-BY! Beautifully updated in 2001 with
720 sq ft of added living space. Vaulted ceilings, open and
spacious greatroom and kitchen. Stroll to Canal St. restau-
rants and antique shops, enjoy the festivals. Walk or bike
along the river and visit the many parks. You must see to
believe this spacious home, $239,900
Vicki Duke and Nancy Alley
386-314-9462



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COUNTRY SETTING CLOSE TO THE CITY! This 4BR/2.5BA
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


OPEN HOUSE! 818 PHILLIP DRIVE
LOCATION! Feel the ocean breeze, 2BR/1BAlgarage.
Remodeled kitchen, roof in '05, privacy fenced, covered
patio, terrazzo floors. Block from ocean & park. Lots of
storage. Ready to move-in. $289,000
Vicki Duke and Nancy Alley
386-314-9462

NEW SMYRNA BEACH''I


LEAST EXPENSIVE 2 BEDROOM OF TOWNHOUSES NEWER
THAN 2000! Fantastic home with tile throughout entire liv-
ing area. Open floor plan with additional den/office. End
unit allows extra windows on east side. Dues include pool,
heated spa, tennis, clubhouse & shuffleboard. Close to
shopping and 1-95. All offers will be presented! $190,000
Wendy Schwoerer 386-314-8509


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

ORON BAC


OPEN HOUSE! 203 S. ORCHARD STREET
THIS BEAUTIFUL 2/2 CONDO IS IMMACULATELY KEPT and
tucked away in the tranquil Thousand Oaks community of
Ormond Beach. New paint, vaulted ceilings with skylight,
wet bar, and a screened patio overlooking a park-like back-
yard and community pool. Central Park Iust a short walk
away! $168,000
Pat Jackson 386-589-3297


OPEN HOUSE! 13 FAYY LANE
LIVE THE FLORIDA LIFESTYLE 1 yr young, 2100 LSF, split
BR plan w/ many upgrades, 3 sliders to covered lanai &
screened salt-water pool, 25 ft Master Suite w/ sitting area.
www.MemoryHopkins.com $359,900
Memory Hopkins 386-931-9464

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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


DAYTONA BEACH 2/1 Concrete Block Home. Newly Painted
Inside and Out, New A/C, New Landscaping, New Appliances.
Priced To Sell at $141,000.
John or Dee Duckworth 386-871-5788
or 386-871-5787


CHARMING SADDLERS RUN This spacious 3BR/2BA home is
located in the beautiful Saddlers Run neighborhood. The open
floor plan is complimented by the vaulted ceilings as well as
the neutral carpeted and tiled flooring. Community play-
ground, custom window treatments, alarm system, hurricane
shutters, and much, much more. Come see for yourself!
$285,000
The Webb Martin Team 386-843-3623
or 386-562-6340


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ENJOY FANTASTIC SUNSETS! This cottage sits high on a
Dune on Prestigious Halifax Avenue in Daytona Beach.
Meticulously renovated while keeping it's true 'Florida
Cracker charm, this home is on an extra large corner lot
and is definitely not a drive by. $249,900
Jane Sciortino 386-547-8721


ENJOY THE VIEWCI! Live in a private gate community I
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 AMENITIES ABOUND in this one bedroom and one and a half
a sitting area as well as a large bath w/ garden tub and bath condo w/ Ocean & River views! Enjoy features such as
walk in shower. $399,900 tennis courts, pool, fishing dock, exercise room, sauna, bil-
The Webb Martin Team 386-843-3623 liards room & more! Includes 1 yr home warranty $175,000
or 386-562-6340 Joe Ananla 386-341-0578


LUXURY GATED COMMUNITY! Ei.,, ,1i n, ,r,,,,,, ,.1
this gated community! Open, spacious and bright; this
home as it has an abundance of windows and a wide open
main living area. Lake Front View! $429,900
The Webb Martin Team 386-843-3623
or 386-562-6340


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GREAT VALUE IN BRUUKWOOD!! 3 Bdrm/2 Bath on 80 x
120 cul-de-sac lot w/ Mature Trees. Living Rm, Dining Rm,
Family Rm w/ Brick Fireplace & Florida Rm. Recently
Painted Outside, Newer Roof & Garage Door. Interior
needs updating. $220,000
Call for details 386-944-1080


HERE'S A BARGAIN This meticulous one owner home
sits on a wooded park like lot Hardwood floors, spacious
Florida room under air, oversized garage.
www.MemoryHopkins.com $169,900
Call for details 386-944-1080


NEW EXTERIOR PAINT This charming block home with THIS HUME Is A UHEA BU! Large pnrvaie wooaeo daK
fenced yard is centrally located, convenient to schools, yard to enjoy. Sit back and relax in your large family room
shopping as bus. Call now before it's gone! $124,900 in front of the wood-burning fireplace. $299,000
Call for details 386-944-1080 Call for details 386-944-1080


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EDGEWATER


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


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LARGE LUT 120X125 WITH LUADS OF ROOM FOR YOUR
BUSINESS or lawn service, open floor plan with great
kitchen. Roomy 3 bedrooms and 2 baths. Roof in 2005.
Easy to see. $205,000
Candice Doan 386-679-4613


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SPACIOUS HOME IN PELICAN COVE WEST 3BR/2.5BA/2-
car garage on fenced corner lot, eat-in kitchen with break-
fast bar, screened porch & much more! Optional associa-
tion fees for use of pool & clubhouse. $227,850
Sherry Perez 386-523-5975 &
Joan Fridenberger 547-9769


OPEN HOUSE! 203 VIRGINIA STREET
REDUCED TO $295,0001 Excellent unobstructed view of
river from 2 sides of this 2BR/2.5BA home. Very large
rooms & bedrooms, 30x16 workshop, new roof, new
paint, hot tub stays. Close to boat ramp, fishing pier &
minutes to the beach.
Jim Burleson 386-690-7021


OPEN HOUSE! 218 GARY
CANALFRONT CONCRETE BLOCK 3BR/2.5BA home with in-
law quarters on 100x180 lot. Has boat ramp and dock on
seawall. Large rooms, well maintained, two outbuildings.
Priced for quick sale.
Angi Wallace 386-566-8644

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-INVESTOR ALERT! Duplex with large open 2BR/2BA units SINGLE FAMILY HOME IN PELICAN COVE WEST! Updated
IF ONLY THE BEST WILL DO. Capture the sunsets from and 1-car garage each. Washer & dryer hookups. Private spacious home w/great Florida room. Could be 3 bed-
your wonderful screened-in porch overlooking a huge lake entrances and partially fenced yard. New roof, flooring and rooms. Central vacuum, auto storm shutters, decorator
and what a view! 3BR/2BA home with upgrades through- more. Live in one unit and rent the other for only fans, custom built-ins in master BR. Won't last long at
out. Granite countertops and loads of tile. $295,000 $269,000. $149,000.
Candice Doan 386-679-4613 Candice Doan 386-679-4613 Candice Doan 386-679-4613


NEED A CLEAN PUUL HUMtL? lnFIrIurL IUUA LOIS or tiie
in this 3BR/2BA home with split plan for privacy. Huge
screened lanai for pool parties. Storage building/workshop
in fenced backyard. Security door to pool area. $244,000
Candlce Doan 386-679-4613


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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 OWNI
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 pic,spacious
kitch, Quiet nbrhd, close
to shopping, schools &
beach. Priced for quick
salell! 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. $1541k
321-890-6851

SOUTH DAYTONA- One
of a kind pool home.
3br/2ba 2 car garage.
Pristine condition, lots of
upgrades. $289,900
386-304-9025 / 761-6337

TITUSVILLE, 2/2, 1058
sq. ft. CBS home, near
water, quiet safe area, pri-
vate rv/boat parking, large
shed/laundry. Asking
$122,500. 321-289-2489
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VERO LAKE ESTATES,
brand newblt. 11/06, Hol-
iday Bldr., Sterling model,
3/2/2, upgrades, near
shopping/schools/195,
$279,500. 321-751-2111




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 inm
vestments Best priced
townhome in the area
$162,000. Lou Balasano,
Realtor, Better Homes &
Properties 386-846-8044

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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
SEBASTIAN New Villas
starting at $185,000! Call
John King Broker/Owner
at Realty King Inc.
772-589-3054
TITUSVILLE,REDUCED!
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 www.
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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




FL LAND BARGAIN! 67
acres Only $10,000/AC
Beautiful oaks, great
pastures, secluded
setting. Trophy hunting!
Close to state park &
easy access St. Mary's
River. 30 mins
Jacksonville, FL. Call
Now 1-800-898-4409
x1107
Call Classified and sell
it fast!


DAYTONA BEACH. Dal
Maso Dr. 80x125' lot in
Magnolia Estates. Parti-
ally cleared. Large trees.
$69,500. Assist 2 Sell
Sellers & Buyers Realty
386-672-1231
FLORIDA Lots 1.14ac
starting @ 27,900- 1/4
acre starting @ 17,500
Vistit website for more
informationFlorida Invest
mentLand.org
GEORGIA Effingham
Cty, 17 acres near Sav-
annah River public boat
landing, 2 septic tanks &
deep well. $187,000
Owner Fin. 912-685-5896
or 912-242-2099

Call Classified and sell
it fast!


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
LAFAYETTE CO.
162 ACRES
Planted Pine, Hardwood
Bottoms, Road Frontage
& Great Hunting, $3700/
acre. Call 352-867-8018
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
PORT ST. LUCIE: Spe-
cial Club Med Estate Lot
apprx. 125 x 193 filled &
sod. 2 min to golf.
$149,900 Finance avail
772-335-5344
S. FL-Land in Golf & Ctry
Club. $5K to 24K. Seller
Financing 866-683-3347
OneStopLandShop.com
See High Definition Slide-
show at:
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SAMSULAISMYRNA,
Off SR 44, 10 acres must
sell! $299K, OBO Exit
Realty, Melissa Chapman
386-717-1061




Port Orange
Comane akes
Golf & Country Club
An Age Restricted Community
100% Palm Harbor Homes
2001 2/2, 1008 s.f
$102,900 or purchase
fully furnished for
$104,900
2004 2/2, 1067 s.f.
In move in condition
w/great curb appeal too.
$129,900
2001 3/2, 1440 s.f.
2 car garage home with a
great fIr. Plan. $146,900
2001 3/2, 1707 s.f.
Glassed porch overlooks
the 5th Tee & pond.
$152,900
2002 3/2, 1572 s.f.
This home is furnished
& ready to move into.;
$165,000
2004 3/2, 1908 s.f.
A great cul-de-lac
.location.
$194,900
Call for more listings!
Doug@cranelakes.com
wwW.cranelakes.com
386-304-0983
888-325-2537





New Home for
the New Year!
Just reduced great
price of $79,900
for a starter home
in Port Orange.
2 Bedroom on own 66'
x 100' completely
fenced-in lot
Large screened-in
carpeted porch.
For More Info- Call
Carol Hargy, ASP Realtor
386-562-5447
Adams Cameron & Co Realtors

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January 20th 12-3pm



THE 7TH FAIRWAY
3BD/2BA ofover 1700-sq. ft.
of gorgeous living space.
Custom paint throughout, 2
screen porches, hot tub area
w/privacy windows. Your view
over looks the 7th Tee & lake,
designer touch throughout this
home. All this and more in
gated community w/golf course
and restaurant. P04285
$149,900 Call Sandy Spencer
386-690-5493
Directions:
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Call for
more Info:

FOUR STAR
386-788-2440
www.lourstarhomLs.com
HOBE SOUND Cam-
bridge 55+. '95 Homes of
Meritt, 2/2+den. Furnish-
ed, own land, carport,
shed. Lease option
$850/mo or buy $149k
obo. 772-233-9720
772-546-6062.
NEW SMYRNA BEACH-
2005 MH on wooded
70x100 lot. 3BR, 2BA, liv-
ing, & dining rm. Kitchen,
Family rm, office, Laun-
dry rm. Like new condi-
tion. 12 yr manuf. guaran-
tee. Priced to sell at
$170,000. Call
386-416-8044
ORMOND BEACH- Life-
style homes featured
home. The Falls, Beauti-
ful 3br/2ba, many up-
grades, $73,500 Don't
miss this one! Call Barry
Davidson 386-846-7740
or 386-226-2100
ORMOND BEACH- New
2br/2ba, 55 + community,
complete w/carport, cen-
tral heat & air. Buy at
dealer cost! $48,900
386-451-4018/672-1276
ORMOND BEACH- New
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

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PORT ORANGE at Light-
house Point 55+ Com-
munity. 2bd/2ba. Screen
Porch, Shed, Some Fur-
niture May Stay. $4000.
386-760-2674.
PORT ORANGE- 55+,
On the water, lovely re-
modeled dblwide, FL
room, screen rm over-
looks egrets, herons, tur-
tles, ibis, storks on
cul-de-sac. $29900
386-304-1097
PORT ORANGE- Maple-
wood Estates. Triple wide
with 2 bedrm, 1.5 bath, 6
seat hot tub, 2 person fi-
berglass shower. New
kitchen, living room furni-
ture & appliances are on-
ly 4 years old. Fully furn.
$24,900. 570-656-8359/
386-760-0166
SOUTH DAYTONA 2
Bed/1 Bath with land.
Screened Porch, Car
Port, A/C, Very Quiet and
Private, Dead End Street.
1072 Palm View. One
Block from Reed Canal
on Nova. $66,000 OBO.
904-824-9206.




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BRING YOUR BINOCU-
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pier! In Daytona Beach
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GA/FL Border. Grand
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GEORGIA -
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7600sf. on bypass In
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cludes grocery store
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occupies 1000sf.
$5,000/yr. Tremendous
opportunity available
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1-706-364-4200
GEORGIA Jenkins
County. 87 Acres -
$1,625/AC. Planted Pine,
hardwood bottom, excel-
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Starting $6,000/acre.
706-364-4200
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1-270-791-2538
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45 Acres, 2 story 4BR
home, needs TLC, Four
newer buildings, total-
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in N.E. Ohio. Many
possibilities $199,500
Owner Motivated
740-489-9146
MOUNTAIN MEADOWS
in Ellijay, GA. 3+ Acre
Level Tracks. Mountain
Veiws and Common Area
on Trout Stream For All
Owners To Enjoy.
$49,000-$59,000. Fin.
Avail. New Number
1-706-636-2040 www.
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acres. Fast growing
areas close to Charlotte.
Low Taxes. Brochures.
704-483-1457
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Ridge Parkway. E-Z
financing. 828-652-8700
N.C./ GEORGIA
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World's greatest views!
Homesites starting
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30acs, possible pondsite:
$189K. 9acs, woods:
$49K. Also, 23acs VA
riverfront: $89k. Near
Kerr Lake/ Raleigh.
WE FLY YOU HERE
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919-693-8984
North Carolina Lakefront
and Lakefront Equestrian
Property in Blue Ridge
Mountains. 1 to 20+
Acres. New Phase Now
Open. Nclakefront.com
Realty 800-517-5899
www.nclakefront.com
North Carolina
MOUNTAIN CABIN!
$89,900.
E-Z to finish interior.
Land Sale!! 1-8 acres.
$29,900-$89,900
w/dramatic views, paved
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1-828-247-9966

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or rent by owner. Direct
view of 123 ft waterfall
4br/3ba 3000+ sf Make
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740-260-2267
POND ACREAGE 2
acres, excellent build-
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803-473-7125
South Central Florida.
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Acres. Southern border
Red Bluff Creek! Great
Hunting. Deer & Turkey.
Sold in it's Entirety $175K
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Main St., Daytona Beach Beachside Daytona Zone
Commercial Excellent opportunity Commercial Beachside duplex with
to be part of Bike Week action, unlimited potential. Both units are
2to be art o e ee acton BR/1BA. One unit is larger than the
Corner location on Main St. other. Well maintained. Property
Commercial space with apts. above, comes complete with ample parking
Adjacent property also available for as well as an oversized 4-car garage.
one nice venture (See next ad) This Conveniently close to special events
property offered for $995,000. for a fantastic income opportunity!
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Address Beds Baths Sq.Ft. Price Address Beds Baths Sq. Ft. Price
1351 Cedar Bluff Dr. Vacant Lot 4850 $46,500 7 Greenfem Circle 4 2 1200 $189,900
1359 Cedar Bluff Dr. Vacant Lot 4850 $46,500 302 Gatewood Ct. 2 2 1230 $199,900
Lot 52 Dal Maso St. Vacant Lot 10000 $69,500 597 Clairmont Dr. .3 2 1292 $239,000
1350 S. Palmetto 1-G 1 1 703 $84,500 220 Brasswood Court 3 2 1929 $239,900
6048 Gallen Ct. 3 2 1248 $119,900 243 Dahoon Holly Dr 3 2 t929 $254,900
1220 Linda Ln. 2 1 1110 $134,900 874 Duncan Rd 3 2 1550 $268,500
4621 Riversedge Village Boat Slip 16 x42 $139,900 4227 S. Peninsula Dr. 3 2 1402 $329,000
852 Derbyshire Rd. 5 1.5 1427 $139,900 3768 Fiano Dr. 3 2 2086 $390,000
307 Mobile Ave. 2 1 645 $169,900 70 Appaloosa Lane 3 2 1753 $479,000
311 Lafayette Ave. 3 2 902 $179,000 3003 S Atlantic #11C5 2 2 1978 $575,000
328 & 330 15th St. 2 2 1694 $187,900 4623 Riversedge Village 3 3 2207 $749,900
831 Acorn Lane 3 2 1143 $189,900
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SOUTHEAST GEORGIA
-Land. 25min. from At-
lantic Coast, lac lots
starting @$20K. 4+ac
tracts starting at
$6,500/ac. Tri-County
Area, Rapidly growing,
Great investment.
912-261-2671 After 6pm
TENNESSEE &
MISSISSIPPI LAND
Several tracts small to
large tracts.
AffordableLandSales.net
Call David for more info
901-301-4955

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
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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
MOUNTAIN ACREAGE
2 Acres, perfect
wooded mountaintop
getaway, excellent
cabin site. River
access, $39,900.
Owner Financing
772-263-3775 or
1-800-763-0085 Ask
about mini vacation!
TENNESSEEII
MONTEAGLE-SEWANEE.
Beautiful mountain prop-
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5 Acres & up. 4 miles
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creek. Wooded lots.
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velopments Co.
423-949-6887
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Owner will help w/ financ-
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386-304-3346





6-ACRESIRIVERFRONT
in Palm Bay MHP. Cur-
rently needs Owner /
Developer for 120 unit
condo. $5,000,000.
Ted Cox 386-566-7509
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Beauty Salon
Sharp, Profitable
$87.5K
Call Barbara
(386) 366-1220

Pizza Shop, Deland
Great Product, strong
pick-up & delivery.
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Price Reduced *125K
Call Bert
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DAYTONA BEACH-
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2BR apts, laundromat,
excellent rental history
and income, concrete
block construction.
$650K Call 386-547-6700
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DA SHORES- room for
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home, convenient loca-
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all house privileges, util-
ities incl. 386-689-4203
PORT ORANGE- 2
roommates needed. Avail
2/1. $550/mo. or $150/
week, fully furnished, all
utilities incl. + cable.
Pool, hot tub, house priv.,
on 1 acre. 386-212-7801





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house, 1/2 bick to beach,
granite kitchen, fireplace,
new appliances, fen. yard
$1650/mo. 386-366-1859
DAYTONA BEACH -
steps to the beach, 3 bd/
lba, fresh paint, new car-
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$950/mo. 386-366-1859.
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$675/month. Call
386-547-6700
DAYTONA BEACH-
Bayshore, Riverfront
Condo. 1br/1.5ba, 5th fl.
balcony, underground ga-
rage, pool, tennis courts,
his & hers exercise
rooms. $800 mo. 1st,
last, + sec. 386-274-7045
DAYTONA BEACH- Wa-
terfront, 2br/2ba 1100sf
new construction, up-
graded appliances and
countertops. Fully fur-
nished, all utilities inc,
gated comm, heated
pool/jacuzzi, fitness cen-
ter Call for details.
$1,295/mo 321-356-1503
NEW SMYRNA BEACH-
3/2 @ Oceanwalk, 5th
floor 1700s.f., Furn.,
W/D, water, cable, gated.
$1500 mo. 407-340-6310
see at: byusaowner.com
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NEW SMYRNA BEACH-
SIDE- Triplex- Large 2
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.
Sec.+$1200 mo. NO
PETS Call Jackie @ CJB
Property Management
386-428-0217


NEW SMYRNA- Beauti-
fully furn. Studio in soft
pastels. Travertine tile,
Queen Murphy bed, new-
er appl., cable, balcony,
amenities, elevator, laun-
dry room. $1,100./mo
321-662-7466

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oceanfront community.
Beautiful decor, private
balcony $1700/mo. visit
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386-428-0513

Ocean
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NSB- Beachside 6th Fir.
luxury condo @ Minorca
Views of ocean/intra
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386-428-0513

Ocean
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a ManameTmnt, Inc.
NSB- Beachside town-
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secluded patio & scr.
porch $1300/mo. visit
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386-428-0513

Ocean
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NSB- Diamond Head
Fabulous 2/2 waterfront
w/boat slip $1800/mo vis-
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386-428-0513

Ocean
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amenities. $2900/mo.
visit www.oceanprops.com
386-428-0513

Ocean
Properties
v Management, Inc.
NSB- Flores Del Rio
Waterfront w/boat slip,
very spacious 3/3. $2200
/mo. visit www.ocean
props.com 386-428-0513


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Near Amenities Short Drive to Beach

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at Florida's Fun Coast.
Long term, short term,
vacation rentals. Call
Camille Esposito- Wendy
Powers Realty 386-441-
7278 or 386-562-4001

Ponce Inlet, Florida

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Arthur Kowitz Realty
Voted best property man-
agement for over 11
years! Look no further!
Call Paul Dunning at
386-547-9874 View our
avail, properties at: www.
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DAYTONA BCH- 3br/2ba
Off LPGA Blvd & Jimmy
Ann Dr. 1600sf. Brand
new! All appl's. Avail.
now. $1195/mo. Pets ok.
Call 408-623-8645
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!
$800/mo. 1st, last, sec.
Call 386-258-8777
Ocean
Properties
& Management, Inc.
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

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386-756-3928
EDGEWATER- 2br/lba,
community pool, new car-
pet, freshly painted, fire-
place, screened porch.
$800/mo. 1st, last, sec.
386-427-0502

Ocean
Properties
SManagement Inc.
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
352-216-1117
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
NEW SMYRNA BEACH-
SIDE- FLS, POOL,
3br/2ba, 1/2 block to
beach. Ceramic tile, new
appliances. No pets/
smoking $1175 Avail.
now! 800-735-5922
NPB Unique 3/2/2 on 1
acre. Terazza Floors.
Spacious, big screened
in porch, large attached
utility building/storage.
561-312-4709

Ocean
Properties
SManafement, Inc.
NSB BEACH HOUSE
6281 Turtlemound Rd.
3/2 remodeled $1900.
mo. visit www.ocean
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DAYTONA BEACH-
LPGA area, Brand new
home, 4br/2ba, 2 car ga-
rage. $1475/mo. Call
386-316-7958

Ocean
Properties
SManagement, Inc.
NSB MAINLAND Presti-
gious RiverSide Dr., furn.
3/2.5 w/pool for entertain-
ing center atrium w/hot
tub. $3500/ mo. Visit
www.oceanprops.com
386-428-0513
Ocean
Properties
& 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
Properties
& Management, Inc.
NSB- Mainland 1106
Plover Place, Lovely
Lakeside 2BR/2BA 2 car
garage $1100./mo visit
www.oceanprops.com
386-428-0513

Ocean
Properties
& Management, Inc.
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 BEACH-
Breakaway Tris, New
Home. 3br/2ba, washer &
dryer, 2 cg, lake & foun-
tain view from screened-
in back porch. $1,750mo.
386-795-2285
ORMOND BY THE SEA-
2br/2ba, central air/heat,
garage, patio deck, no
pets, shed, $950/mo. +
deposit. 407-423-9707 or
407-539-6565
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.

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DAYTONA BEACHSIDE
- 1 & 2 BR's homes $500
& 750 mo. 386-345-4975
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 Willow
Run Subdivision. 1216
Thomasina, 3 Bedroom,
2 Bath, 2 Car Garage.
$950/mo. First/Last/
Security. 386-258-5357
PORT ORANGE- 488
Spruceview. Lg 3br/2ba,
family rm, screen patio,
pool, fenced, great
schools. Clean. No pets.
$1200 1st + $1575 sec.
386-756-6995
PORT ORANGE-
3br/2ba pool home, great
kitchen just remodeled,
fenced backyard, near
schools. $1650/mo.
386-756-8363
PORT ORANGE- Cy-
press Head, gated com-
munity, 3br/2ba, 1,850sf
Luxury Amenities. $1650
mo. -Pets 'OK! Lease/-
Purchase Option. For
photos & info email:
edavidasap @yahoo.com
718-809-9545
see photos online at www.
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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
SOUTH DAYTONA-
Very clean, 3br/2ba, 2 car
garage, enclosed porch,
move-in cond., large
yard. No smoke/pets.
$1250/mo. $1000 sec.
386-405-6611
VERO BEACH- 3/2/2
Executive Manor. Large
private fenced home, on
quiet cul-ta-sac. Formal
DR/LR Ig pool/lanai.
$1495/mo possible lease
option. 772-770-3073
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DAYTONA BEACH- 2
bedrm, 2 bath, Golf
course townhome, Peli-
can Bay, $1,000/month.
some utilities included.
859-339-9075



DAYTONA BEACH-
2br/lba, 2 blocks from
beach, near river. All
remodeled! Rent with
option to buy. Rent
$900/mo. To buy
$1100/mo. 305-804-2910
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.
S Management, Inc. 7
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
ORMOND BEACH- Pine
Run. 2br/2.5ba, Furnish-
ed. Carport, W/D, Pool,
Tennis, Small Lake.
$1,200 Seasonal. $900
Annual. 386-846-6701



Ocean
Properties
& 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
ORMOND BEACHSIDE-
2BR/1BA, washer, dryer,
no pets. Close to bus.
$725/mo. + security. No
smoking 386-441-4084/
386-299-5942
SEBASTIAN Off South
Winbrow, 2BD/1BA Du-
plex, W/D hook up, One
avail now or one avail Jan
15th, $750 & $775/mo
Call Rita 772-589-2426
SEBASTIAN Off South
Winbrow, 2BD/1BA Du-
plex, W/D hook up, One
avail now or one avail Jan
15th, $750 & $775/mo
Call Rita 772-589-2426

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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.
only $740/mo.
386-451-5720





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,1 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
convenient store. Owner
386-566-0422
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 Covered
RV Storage. Nova & Bev-
ille. Great for Motor home
or boat. $150. 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





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1966 CADILLAC CON-
VERTIBLE- All original,
body needs work, $6,000
Call Tim 386-290-4571
for details.
CHRYSLER LEBARON-
'81, Ready to be restored.
91,493 original miles, 318
engine, great body, runs
good. $1500
386-255-9896



BLOWN HEAD GAS-
KET? State of the art
2-part carbon metallic
chemical process. Repair
yourself. 100% guaran-
teed. 1-866-780-9041
www.RXAuto.com
BMW 3181- '98, blue,
leather, moon roof, AC,
AM/FM, XM radio, CD.
Looks & runs great.
$6500 obo 386-795-5247
CADILLAC ESCALADE
'04 Auto, air, cruise, tilt
PW/PL/PS, leather.
$29,999 Ormond Fine
Import Autos Sales &
Service 386-672-2474
CHEVY CAVALIER '03-
Low miles, very clean
$6890. Integrity Pre-
owned Cars
386-490-1870
CHEVY COLBALT LS,
'06, 2.2L, Auto, FWD, Air,
PS, Tilt, AM/FM/Cass.
Diamond Suzuki Price
$11,999.386-424-9000.
CHRYSLER PT CRUIS-
ER, 2004 30,000 miles,
auto, clean, loaded,
$8900 obo. Ormond
Beach (724)469-3428
CORVETTE '06 Red,
navigation system. Only
9K miles, auto. $39,999
Ormond Fine Import
Autos Sales & Service
386-672-2474
CORVETTE COUPE '94-
White, 77K miles, perfect
condition. $12,995. In-
tegrity Preowned Cars
386-490-1870


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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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FORD FOCUS ZX5 '05,
2.0L, Auto, Air, PS,
AM/FM/CD, Premium
Sound. Diamond Suzuki
Price $9,977.
386-424-9000
FORD MUSTANG '04-
Leather, 40th anniversa-
ry, 30K miles $13,990
Integrity Preowned
Cars 386-490-1870
INFINITY Q45 1998'
pewter w/leather int., fully
loaded, sunroof, exc con-
dition, 126k miles. $8,000
OBO 772-475-5807
JETTA '01 VW, $5,500,
2.0, 4cyl eng. 5 spd,blue,
cold air, 97k mi., air bags
all around, anti-theft sys-
tem. 386-566-8893





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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 DIAMANTE
VRX- '03, alloys, spoiler,
leather, sunroof and
more. Only 36K miles
$13,995 Daytona Mitsu-
bishi 386-252-7000

MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE-
'04, alloys, spoiler, auto-
matic, pw/pdl $10,995
Daytona Mitsubishi
386-252-7000

MITSUBISHI SPYDER-
'03, convertible, auto, a/c,
spoiler, alloys, pw/pdl
$12,995
Daytona Mitsubishi
386-252-7000

NISSAN ALTIMA GXE-
'00, immaculate, only 75K
miles, pw/pdl, cruise, new
tires $6900/offer
386-212-7269

NISSAN ALTIMA- '05,
3.5 SE, loaded, 18K
miles. $17,495
Integrity Preowned
Cars 386-490-1870

NISSAN SENTRA GXE-
'01, auto, a/c, pw/pdl,
cruise control, keyless
entry. $6995
Daytona Mitsubishi
386-252-7000

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

PONTIAC BONNE-
VILLE- 93, V6 engine
w/turbo, 4 new Michelin
tires, new headliner, bat-
tery, front brakes & a/c
compressor, alternator,
power sunroof, no rust,
$2000 firm 386-756-2237

.SATURN ION COUPE-
'03, dual rear door option,
alloys, spoiler, auto, only
30K miles. $11,995
Daytona Mitsubishi
386-252-7000


SUZUKI VERONA,
Luxury, '06, 2.5L, auto,
air, PS/PW/PL, Cruise,
AM/FM/CD/Cass, ABS,
Leather Diamond Suzuki
Price $16,975.
386-424-9000.
TOYOTA CAMRY- '91,
117K mi, maroon, cold
air, clean car, runs good,
looks good. $500.
386-566-8893
TOYOTA PRIUS, '05,
Hatchback, 1.5L Hybrid,
Auto, Air, PS/PW/PL,
Cruise, AM/FM/CD, ABS,
Nav Sys. Trac. Cont.
Diamond Suzuki Price
$22,750. 386-424-9000.
VOLKSWAGON GTI,
'03, 1.8L Turbo, Air,
PS/PW/PL, Cruise,
AM/FM/CDICass, ABS.
Diamond Suzuki Price
$14,777. 386-424-9000.
VW BEETLE CONVER-
TIBLE- '04, automatic,
37K miles. $17,995
Integrity Preowned
Cars 386-490-1870




FUSION 2007 90ccatv
4strok fully auto, remote
kill, disc brakes, throttle
Ilimiter 5 colors to choose.
no deposit. We deliver.
only $10. in crate special
$389. 1-678-481-6230 or
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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
Electra Glide 2002-Nice
Bike! Only 9000 mi.,
$12,500. In Edgewater.
Call 386-214-1791

HARLEY DAVIDSON
FLHP ROAD KING.
2004, 17,000 miles, many
extras! Asking $13,500.
321-693-9647
HARLEY SPORTSTER
'03- 100th Anniversary,
pipes, 3000 miles. $5395.
Integrity Preowned
Cars 386-490-1870
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




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
CAMPING
MEMBERSHIP!
Camp Coast to Coast
USA/Canada. $8 per
night (Full Hookup) year
round. Paid $2595,
illness forces sale $595.
1-800-236-0327


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


CLASS A MOTOR
HOME- 35', 440 engine,
new awnings, ready to
hook-up in campground.
$5800. 407-761-6360
CRUISE AIR, '00, 35',
Class A, Ford V10, queen
bed, 1 slide out, W/D,
loaded, 56K, exc. cond.,
$48,500. 321-269-1985
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FORD CRUISE AIR, '94
w/slideout, generator,
jacks, 2 air conds. 70,000
mi. $15,000 firm.
386-428-2008
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
GRAND JUNCTION: 37'
2005, 5th wheel. Brand
new! Comp loaded w/ fire
place, 4 slide outs, full
bath & kitch & living
room. TV,' surround
sound, cable ready, & all
appl's Hot water heater,
gas stove & refridge.
$26,000. Call for details
772-528-9874
ITASCA- '77, 350 Chev-
rolet engine. $1500/ best
offer or may trade for
Honda 4-wheeler of equal
value. 386-689-3517
Wildwood, 2002-26' RV
5th wheel. Sleeps 6. New
pillow top qu. mattress.
$11,900. (386)478-1994
or (954)650-8148



ACURA MDX, '05, 3.5L
VTEC, 4WD, Auto, F&R
air, PS/PW/PL, Cruise,
AM/FM/CD/Cass, Nav
Sys, Leather Diamond
Suzuki Price $33,975.
386-424-9000.
CADILLAC ESCALADE,
2003-Pearl white, soft tan
leather, all wheel drive.
Like new. Loaded! only
99,000 miles. First
$22,500 takes it. Call
Edgewater 386-214-1791
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.
ISUZU TROOPER LTD-
'01, 4x4, 75K mi, leather,
sunroof, 6 cd changer,
new tires, dark green.
$9300 386-426-6970


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,
low miles, auto, toolbox,
bedliner. $4900/offer
386-212-7269
CHEVY LUMINA- 1992,
minivan, $500. Call Tim
386-290-4571 for details.
CHEVY SILVERADO
SUBURBAN- 1985, 350,
4-wheel drive. Asking
$1500 or will trade for
Honda 4-wheeler of equal
value. 386-689-3517
CHEVY SILVERADO-
'98, 4x4, Z71, Extended
cab, 3rd door, all options.
great condition! $8500
386-690-3348
DODGE DAKOTA, 1992,
6 cyl. Ext. Cab, AM/FM,
Cassette, Cold Air. Runs
and Looks Good.
$2,500.386-763-1521
DODGE GRAND CARA-
VAN- '03, 3rd row seat,
rear a/c, auto, pw/pdl
Only 8K miles. $11,995
Daytona Mitsubishi
386-252-7000
DODGE RAM-'05, Quad
cab, 19K miles, viper
engine, clean. $33,995
Integrity Preowned
Cars 386-490-1870
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 WINDSTAR LX-
'02, auto, a/c, pw/pdl,
cruise control. $6995
Daytona Mitsubishi
386-252-7000

GMC 1500 SLE- '04,
x-cab, chrome wheels,
hard tonneau cover, all
power equipment, auto.
$15,995
Daytona Mitsubishi
386-252-7000


MERCURY MONTEREY-
'04. Mint condition. Only
42,000 miles. $12,500 or
best offer. See at Earl's
Transmission. 601 North
Dixie Freeway. New
Smyrna Beach or call
3 86-2 99- 8 0 19
386-290-7105

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Low hours. Bimini top.
Fish/depth finder, ladder
+ extras $5800. Like New,
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NISSAN FRONTIER XE-
'02, extended cab, auto,
alloys, only has 34K
miles. $10,495
Daytona Mitsubishi
386-252-7000
TOYOTA TUNDRA SRS-
'03, x-cab, auto, pw/pdl,
cruise, only 14K miles.
$14,995
Daytona Mitsubishi
386-252-7000

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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
MERCURY 15 H.P. 4
STROKE New just out
of the box 2004 model,
manual start, tiller, 20"
Shaft, used only 5 times.
comes w/ New Stainless
& New Orig Prop, 3 gal
gas tank, Orig. Factory
warranty good until 9/09
$2250 obo 386-760-8515
PONTOON BOAT:
Sweetwater 22', 1996,
40hp Yamaha, stereo,
vhf, Hummingbird fish
finder, chgn room, porta
pottie, sink, bimini, & tan-
dem axle trier. All the ex-
tras. $5500.
772-781-4269
SPORTCRAFT 232- '98
Walkaround, exc condi-
tion, Mercruiser w/Alpha
1, trailer, electronics, cov-
er, $22K- 321-206-8358



6 HP EVINRUDE- out-
board motor, 4 stroke,
excellent condition, no
salt water. $625
386-767-4524

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