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Rainforest coming to Port Orange


Beverly Alvarez/staff photographer
Kathy Ritchey and her students stand outside a greenhouse at Spruce Creek Elemen-
tary on April 12. The greenhouse, which will contain a replica of the rainforest, will
have plants indigenous to the rainforest such as papaya trees and coconut trees. The
little rainforest was created with the help of the business community and Al Bell
(shown in picture).


Tropical flora
and fauna used
as teaching aid

BY JEANNE WILLARD
Staff writer
PORT ORANGE Resi-
dents might not think their
city could be home to a
rain forest, but a local
teacher is working to make
it happen.
Kathy Ritchey had an
idea to create a temporary
"rainforest" environment
behind Spruce Creek Ele-
mentary School to help
teach her third- to fifth-
grade special-education
students about the envi-
ronment.
If everything goes as
planned, the school will
have a permanent green-
house completed by the
end of this school year that
will replicate an Amazon
Rain Forest, complete with
indigenous plants and ani-
mals, Ms. Ritchey said.
The 25-by-50 foot struc-
ture will be filled with


plants, turtles and tropical
fish found in a rainforest. A
winding concrete walkway
through the middle of the
building will allow stu-
dents to monitor and
observe the environment
and conduct scientific
experiments. An environ-
mentally friendly misting
water system will be
installed.
"I'm so excited," said
Mrs. Richey, who said she
never envisioned anything
this elaborate. "It's like a
dream come true."
Mrs. Ritchey envisions
an outdoor classroom
used not only by Spruce
Creek students but by
other schools and youth
groups in the community.
"Even as we are building
it, students are learning,"
she said. Students are
observing and learning as
the sprinkler and misting
systems are installed. Stu-
dents will assist in plant-
ing, under the supervision
of a nursery.
The area outside the
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Tragedy
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Virginia Tech
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Hometown Anita Bevins
News sports writer
Anita Bevins mourns A
Monday's tragedy on A4'
the college campus


Kids and
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attitudes
Parenting
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Ruthie Ruthie Davidson
Davidson explains how you
should deal with
pampered kids A10


Index
Calendar BI
Classified B11
Crossword B6
Dining Guide ........................ BI
Horoscopes B1
Sports B7
Police Report ........................ A 5
Travel A12
Viewpoint A6
Deaths A15


Girl with brain
tumor is defying
the odds

BY JEANNE WILLARD
Staff writer
SOUTH DAYTONA -
Choking back tears,
Tammy and Doug
Quarter held their dying
daughter in their arms
recently and struggled to
say goodbye.
They told young Kai-
lynne how much they
loved her and said that if
it was time for her suffer-
ing to end, it was OK.
"It was the hardest
thing I've ever had to
do," said Mr. Quarter of
the Feb. 18 experience.
Kailynne's rare brain
tumor had doubled in
size, even after undergo-'
ing risky surgery, 33
doses of radiation and
months of chemothera-
py.
The 12-year-old was
unresponsive and hadn't
spoken or eaten in days.
When the hospice
nurse told her it was
time to.say goodbye to
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Beverly Alvarez/staff photographer
South Daytona resident Kailynne Quartier 12, who is suffering from brain cancer, gets her blood checked by nurse
Kathy Bennett, a licensed practical nurse with The Hospice of Volusia/Flagler.


Earth, Wind & Art Festival set for this weekend


Exotic animals
on display
BY JEANNE WILLARD
Staff writer
SOUTH DAYTONA -
Residents looking for fam-
ily fun this weekend can
find it in their own back
yard with the second
annual Earth, Wind & Art
Festival.
The festival, sponsored
by the South Daytona
Parks and Recreation
Department, will be held
Saturday at Reed Canal
Park from 9 a.m. until 5
p.m.
Last year's inaugural


event coincided with the
reopening of Reed Canal
Park, which was damaged
during the 2004 hurricane
season. The event is
designed to celebrate
National Earth Day which
falls on April 22.
Because last year's festi-
val was a big hit, officials
expanded the event to
include an arts and crafts
show, air-brush tattoos,
pet adoptions, pony rides,
and a petting zoo, said Ivy
Evans, recreation pro-
gram coordinator.
The exotic animal dis-
play will include a Florida
panther and alligators,
Ms. Evans said.
Residents considering


adopting a pet should
stop by booths sponsored
by the Halifax Humane
Society or the Pet Society
of Edgewater. Both organ-
izations will have pets
available for adoption
that day.
Children's activities
include a rock-climbing
wall, moonwalk and arts
and crafts. Snickerdoodle
the Clown and Diamond
Jim will entertain children
with face painting and
balloon art.
Admission is free and
the South Daytona Citi-
zen's Alert group will sell
food. Music will be pro-


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The Florida Strings Band will play Bluegrass music at the
South Daytona Earth, Wind & Art Festival, Saturday, April
21, at Reed Canal Park.


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Leaders gather to break ground for
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BY STEPHANIE DIXON
Staff writer
VOLUSIA COUNTY -
Local dignitaries gathered
at the Museum of Arts and
Sciences recently to give
voice to little people with
big imaginations.
With a symbolic shovel
in the ground, the Charles
and Linda Williams Chil-
dren's Museum became
official last week.
Starting March 2008,
when the museum is to be
complete, children from
New Smyrna Beach, Edge-
water, Oak Hill and


throughout the county will
be able to explore and
learn at the first hands-on
science 'center in Volusia
County.
"This is a project of
regional impact," said
Wayne David Atherholt,
executive director of the
museum. "There are no
children's museums in
Seminole or St. John's
counties. The museum will
hopefully be inspiring to
many, many young chil-
dren."
The event put the youth
of Volusia County in the
spotlight, acknowledging
the importance of a facility
that nurtures and encour-
ages a child's imagination.
"I hope children have
fun at the museum and
learn something along the


way," said
Williams, the
benefactor.


Charles
museums


"Fostering education
through imagination tells
it all," said Frank Bruno,
chair of the Volusia County
Council, referring to the
future museum's motto.
"This museum ranked
No. 1 out of 19 applica-
tions for a grant," he
added.
The children's museum,
with an estimated cost of
$1 million, will be a 6,200
square-foot addition to the
already existing 3,100
square-foot children's
wing at the museum. It will
house several interactive
exhibits that illustrate the
principles of science, engi-
neering and physics, offi-
cials said.
The Museum of Arts and
Sciences earned recogni-
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The Charles and Linda
Williams Children's Museum
will have 15 interactive exhibits.
The exhibits were selected with
help from the Volusia County
School Board and meet Sun-
shine State standards.
The exhibits will be designed
by Hands-On, Inc., an award-
winning exhibition design firm.
The following exhibits are
expected to be available March
2008.
*Electric Circuits Children
will learn basic electrical com-
ponents and such concepts as
polarity, current and Ohm's
Law.
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tomers in the cafr.
uLaser Harp Guests will cre-
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plan and build projects using
nuts and bolts.
*Pull Yourself Up Children
will hoist themselves up with
three different pulley systems,
making connections between
machines and labor.
*Raceway Students will
design, build and test their own
race car on a figure-eight
shaped track.
*Roller Co.asier Ball Fall Par-
ticipants will construct a course
'or a all 10 I r.ll through a track.
*Stroie. String This exhibit
allows the visitor to "freeze" the
action of a rotating string and
see how things move in waves
and create different visual pat-
terns.
*Tennis Ball Launcher Stu-
dents will learn about air pres-
sure as a pulley system com-
presses air to launch a tennis
ball.
*Velcro Ball Fall Visitors will
assemble a "ball fall" using
pipes, elbows, curves and
buckets to experiment with
cause and effect.
*Wall Gears Children will
learn about the movement of
gears by turning a crank and
watching the gears turn.
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Fire deemed suspicious

A fire causing $5,000 in structural damage to a Port
Orange residence is thought to have been set inten-
tionally, police said.
The Fire Department responded April 11 to a fire at
5448 Isabelle Ave. Fire crews contained the fire in a
pantry within five minutes of arrival, officials said.
A 40-year-old male tenant was to be evicted from
the residence and had been given a final notice by the
landlord two hours before the fire, investigators said.
During questioning, the tenant stated he had been try-
ing to repair his weed whacker in the kitchen. The ten-
ant told police the fire started when ashes in the trash
can or a cigarette had ignited the gasoline he was
using to fill the week whacker.
The tenant is said to be a person of interest in the
ongoing investigation.

Boat set on fire

Fire officials have begun an arson investigation into
a boat fire at Daytona Performance Marine in South


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It's a buyer's market, but maybe not for long


Correction


Affordable housing is topic
Saturday at South Daytona mall


BY TOM HOLTON
Staff writer


VOLUSIA COUNTY -A
temporary glut of houses
for sale has created a
buyer's market in the Hali-
fax area especially for
residents who couldn't
afford the higher prices
during the recent housing
boom.


"Now is the time for
anyone planning to buy a
home to get out there and
start making offers," said
Nancy Mirabella, manag-
er of the New Smyrna
Beach office of Weichert
Realtors.
A random survey of real
estate agents in the Hali-
fax area showed a sharp
increase in the inventory


of homes selling for under
$200,000 since the market
began cooling a few
months ago.
Mrs. Mirabella said her
office had 1,409 listings
for single-family homes in
the Port Orange and New
Smyrna Beach areas,
including Edgewater and
Oak Hill.
Of those houses for sale,
she said 254 qualified for
Volusia County's down
payment assistance pro-
gram, which caps new and


existing home prices at
$189,682.
Under the program, a
qualified buyer can
receive funds for down
payment and closing
costs based on their
income and family size.
If the homeowner stays
in the home 10 years or
more, the loan is forgiven;
if the house is sold before
then, the zero interest
down payment loan is
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The April 13 edition of Hometown News incorrectly
identified two men who are part of a training program
that teaches residents how to become citizen patrol vol-
unteers with the South Daytona Police Department,
according to class instructor David Buckman. The men
actually are Bill Jenkins (left) and Sam Etheridge. Home-
town News regrets the error ....


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Seven hundred miles away, but so close to home


I was engrossed in
online research when
a Web page banner
caught my eye: "22 dead
in Virginia Tech mas-
sacre."
I took a second look. I
checked the date on the
headline.
What?
Read more. I clicked
on the link and read the
date again. April 16,
2007, 12:05 p.m.
Television reports
confirmed the news.
That's when I opened my
"good jewelry" box,
picked out myVT class
ring and placed it on my
finger.
I spent four demanding
years in Blacksburg
studying for my under-


graduate degree. I also
spent those same four
glorious years creating
friendships that I still
revere 22 years after
graduation.
Each year, I look
forward to returning to
campus for one football
game driving up
Christiansburg Mountain
to the only land-grant
university in the Com-
monwealth of Virginia.
Back in my college
days, the signature Hokie
Stone buildings were
home to me. I attended
classes, athletic events
and social gatherings on
the enormous but pas-
toral campus.
I remember the Soli-
tude building near the


ANITA BEVINS
Sports writer
Duck Pond and the War
Memorial Chapel at the
head-end of the Drillfield
as places of reverence,
part of the military
history of the school. I
remember Lane Stadium,
Top of the Stairs and


select other hot spots as
places of ribald irrever-
ence, part of the modern-
era civilian/military
college experience.
But most of all, I
remember the sense of
community that has
emotionally tethered me
to Virginia Tech and its
host city through the
years. It's a place steeped
in history, tradition and
in recent years, rapid
expansion.
VT is known as a class
engineering school, a
leader in educating
geologists, computer
scientists and business
students. It is known as
the college football home
of Frank Beamer, Michael
Vick and Don Strock. It is


also known as the aca-
demic roost of world-
renowned poet Nikki
Giovanni.
VT was never known as
a breeding ground for
violence. But because of
Cho Seung-Hui, a trou-
bled student and mem-
ber of the Virginia Tech
community, the legacy of
VT has changed. The
name Virginia Tech will
now carry the same grave
stigma of Kent State,
Killeen, Texas and
Columbine, Colo.
Now etched into VT
history: Site of the
largest massacre by
gunfire in the U.S. Now
33 dead.
Carnage on campus, in
the picturesque Blue


Ridge Mountains.
Just doesn't sound like
a Monday in Blacksburg.
Could this disaster
have been avoided? Did
university officials
respond appropriately
after the first round of
gunfire? There will be
plenty of time in the
weeks and months ahead
to decide. But for now,
in the military tradition
of VT, it is time to circle
the wagons.
It is time to grieve and
to pay respects.
Anita Bevins is the
sports writer for Home-
town iNews. She can be
reached at
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Rainforest
From page Al


building will be a vegetable
garden tended by stu-
dents, creating further
educational opportunities,
Ms. Ritchey said.
"It's a wonderful proj-
ect," said the school's prin-
cipal, Bonnie Lane. "It was
only through the commit-
ment of the community
and dedication of teachers
that this project has come
about."
When Al Bell, whose
granddaughter, Andrea
Barrick, 9, attends Spruce
Creek Elementary School,
heard about the project he
jumped on board.
Mr. Bell is wildly known
in Port Orange as someone
who makes things happen.
Mr. Bell was one of the
original organizers of Port
Orange Family Days and
was recently honored as
"Port Orange Person of the
Year" for his ongoing lega-


cy of volunteering in the
community.
He minimizes his role in
the project but both Ms.
Lane and Mrs. Ritchey
credit him with bringing
people and local business-
es together to support the
project, including Volusia
County School Superin-
tendent Margaret Smith
and Port Orange Mayor
Allen Green.
The $22,000 project is
funded entirely by dona-
tions. The community has
been very generous in its
donation of time and
materials, Mr. Bell said.
Mrs. Ritchey said Spruce
Creek Elementary incor-
porates science into the
curriculum starting with
kindergarten classes. With
international concerns
such as global warming
receiving attention, envi-
ronmental issues can be


incorporated into timely
lessons, she said, using the
"rain forest" to bring the
subject to life.
"This will be hands-on
exciting learning."
Local businesses and
organizations supporting
the project include Bright-
house Network, Volusia
Memorial Funeral Home,
Giles Electric, Palmer Col-
lege of Chiropractic, Allen
Green Construction, Pay-
tas Homes, Spruce Creek
Elementary School PTA,
Port Orange Family Days
Community Trust, Port
Orange Wal-Mart, Jon Hall
Chevrolet, David Schmidt
Well Drilling, Lindleys
Nursery, and the Rainfor-
est Preservation Founda-
tion.
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Port Orange

*James Daniel Barrett,
22, 401 Turton St., Port
Orange, was charged
April 6 with violation of
probation for carrying a
concealed weapon. No
bail was allowed.
*Shaun Paul Cleve-
land, 28, 401 Turton St.,
Port Orange, was
charged April 6 with vio-
lation of probation for
possession of cocaine.
No bail was allowed

*Michael James
Edwards, 24, 6275 S.
Williamson Blvd., Apt.
113, Port Orange, was
charged April 8 with pos-
session of cocaine. Bail
was set at $1,500.

*Douglas William Hal-
ter, 51, 102 Barefoot
Trail, Port Orange, was


charged April 8 with pos-
session of cocaine. Bail
was set at $2,000.

*Barbara Eve Carlile,
alias Barbara Eve Bitzel,
43, 102 Barefoot Trail,
Port Orange, was
charged with possession
of crack cocaine. Bail
was set at $1,500.

*Jayson John Brandt,
24, 3960 Willow Trail Run
Unit Cll, Port Orange,
was charged April 9 with
aggravated domestic
assault. No bail was set.

South Daytona

*Loomis Green
Williams, alias Loomis
Green, 59, 2120 Palmetto
Ave., Apt. 30, South Day-
tona, was charged April
10 with violation of pro-
bation for driving with-


out a license habitual. No
bail was set.

Volusia County
Sheriff's Office

*Jeffrey L. Johnson, 24,
2200 South Ridgewood
Ave., South Daytona, was
charged April 10 with cul-
tivating cannabis. No bail
was set.

*Paul James Umland,
27, 959 Bramble Bush Cir-
cle E., Port Orange, was
charged April 10 with
grand theft motor vehicle.
No bail was set.

*Colleen Crystal Walk-
er, 20, 2110 S. Palmetto
Ave., Apt. 42, South Day-
tona, was charged April 11
with sale of cocaine. No
bail was set.

*John Harold Venne-


man, 41, 981 Belleflower
Drive, Port Orange, was
charged April 11 with
grand theft. Bail was set at
$2,500.

Daytona Beach
Shores

*Donald Gene Bow-
man, alias Don West-
moreland, 56, 145 Boyton
Ave., Apt. 144, Daytona
Beach Shores, was
charged April 9 with
abuse of a disabled adult.
No bail was set.

*Steffanie Lynn Higbee,
21, 3939 Teal St., Port
Orange, was charged April
10 with child abuse. Bail
was set at $5,000.

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Board drops STAR; teachers' union happy


No bonuses will be given this year,
but new plan will be in place in 2008


BY JILLIAN SMITH
Staff writer
VOLUSIA COUNTY -
Teachers in Volusia County
got their wish last week
when the School Board
voted unanimously to
repeal the Special Teachers
Are Rewarded merit pay
plan.
Volusia County voted to
revert to a 2002 plan even
though no teachers earned
bonuses under that plan
last year. The Legislature
agreed to pay only as much
money as was handed out
last year, so there is no
state funding available for


this plan. This means that
no teachers will be eligible
for bonuses this year
either.
Andrew Spar, president
of the Volusia Teachers
Organization, said he is
happy with the decision.
"This is a good decision,
and I believe our teachers
will be thrilled," he said.
"I'm glad we are moving
forward in the right direc-
tion."
Patsy Graham, a math
and physics teacher at
Mainland High School in
Daytona Beach, said she
feels this was the.. best
option.


"I'm just happy that the
wheels are now in
motion," she said. "Yes, we
are going to go without
bonuses this year, but we
know that next year we are
going to have a plan that
will work much better than
STAR."
Pat Miles, an art teacher
at Spruce Creek High
School in Port Orange, said
she is also pleased with the
School Board's decision.
"I understand that we
aren't going to receive
bonuses this year, but
under STAR, we probably
would not have gotten any
either," she said. "At least
now we know that the
School Board is listening to
us. And knowing that there
will be a new plan for next


year is like finally seeing
the light at the end of the
tunnel."
The STAR plan drew
heavy criticism because of
its reliance on students'
Florida Comprehensive
Assessment Test and other
exam scores to measure
the performances of
teachers.
Under STAR, some facul-
ty members, such as librar-
ians and art teachers who
did not instruct FCAT sub-
jects, came under the
same system and would be
judged based on school-
wide scores.
After a year of criticism,
the Legislature decided
last month to replace STAR
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Incident: credit card
fraud
Date: Jan. 17
Suspect: unknown
man and woman
Location: Port Orange

Crime Stoppers of
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unknown man and
woman. Who were cap-
tured on surveillance
video while walking into
a store on Jan. 19. The
store was one of four
locations in Port Orange


where the couple used
stolen credit cards. The
suspects managed to
make several purchases
before the victim was
able to close the credit
card account.
Anyone with informa-
tion about this or any
other unsolved crime is
asked to call Crime
Stoppers toll-free at
(888) 277-TIPS. Callers
to Crime Stoppers will
remain anonymous and
can qualify for a reward
of up to $1,000.


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Call the Hometown Rants & Raves line at

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Callers are asked to refrain from making slanderous
statements. Statements of fact will be checked for
accuracy.


Council members and developers need a
solution to Wal-Mart dilemma
The Port Orange City Council had their first hearing on
Wal-Mart. Some residents showed up to say they oppose
such a large store in their neighborhood. The city of
South Daytona was not in favor of this construction
either. The new Wal-Mart involves adding traffic to their
streets that will not be able to handle the congestion.
The city council put on a show, as usual, saying to the
people and Wal-Mart that they were concerned. Are they
really concerned? They have done this many times in the
past.
The city council members tell the developers what
they want to see in the development plans. The city
council members then ask the developers to change
some things around before the next meeting. The devel-
opers do not change a thing. When they meet again at
the council meeting, the city council votes to approve
the project in the developer's favor. Why did they change
their vote? The developers did not do what was asked of
them. One council member told me, they do this
because "the developer has to make money."
There seems to be only one council member who real-
ly listens to the people. The other council members listen
with a deaf ear. Talk is cheap and actions prove your feel-
ings.
Don't forget, city council members are elected by the
people. Your job is elected by the voice of the people.
I hope this is not another show by the council mem-
bers trying to make us think that they care about what
the people want. Will the developer win again? My
money is on the developers getting what they want, con-
sidering the council's past voting record. It's all about the
tax base. This is not a small, quiet city, anymore. Time
will tell.

In response to 'I am an American'
This was a rant in the April 6 edition of Hometown
News relating a filthy parking lot to our foreign neigh-
bors.
There is an easier and more productive method for the
"I am an American" writer to achieve positive action for
his complaint about a "filthy" parking lot in Daytona
Beach Shores. Contact the Daytona Beach Shores Code
Enforcement rather than "ranting" about it in the news-
paper.
John L. Ersland
Chairman DBS Code Enforcement Board

Watering the streets
I have been meaning to write for some time but now
there is an issue really bothering me.
Why is it that the residents of New Smyrna Beach have
specific times that they can water their lawns, but the
city waters the medians along U.S. 1 every day?
Actually, they are watering the streets more than the
medians. If you look at the sprinklers, some are just
pointed at the streets.
Watering the streets wastes water and actually creates
a dangerous condition for motorcyclists who are not
aware of the wet streets. The motorcyclists come around
a curve and go from a dry street to a wet one.
I pass these sprinklers every day between 4 and 5
a.m. on my way to work and the streets are always
wet. This goes on even if it's raining. I really think that
the city should practice what it preaches. Why should
I only water twice a week? I'd like to have a nice lawn


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and plants, too.

To use or not to use the turn signals
Why do some people think they are exempt from using
turning signals? I would have been pulled over in a split
second if I didn't use them. I've seen the police over and
over again turning left and right with no signals. Many
school bus drivers also do not use signals.
Why is that? Do the police officers and the school bus
drivers pose any less of a threat of an accident than oth-
ers?
I followed a policeman on my way home from Silver
Sands. The policeman made four left turns and one right
turn. The policeman did not use one turning signal. I
find that to be a double standard. They should obey the
same laws they enforce. And shame on the bus drivers
who also do not use signals. My son rides the bus; so
obey the laws when you have kids in your care.

In response to 'Homeowner's
insurance or not'
This was a rant in the April 6 edition of Hometown
News about whether people should invest money in
homeowners insurance.
I also would ask the same questions the writer asked.
Do I need home insurance, since I own my home free
and clear?
You don't have to have insurance. But to cover myself, I
asked for liability, fire and theft coverage only. The reply
was since I own a double-wide manufactured home, I
couldn't get just liability insurance. I have written some
local legislators about this, but have not gotten any
response. Nor have I seen any indication in the news out
of Tallahassee that this was addressed when citizen's
insurance coverage was discussed by the legislature.
I am very disappointed that reasonably priced options
for persons like you and me are not available.

Property taxes doom and gloom
This rant is in response to a column in the April 6 edi-
tion of Hometown News titled "Government spending is
a failure to communicate" by Morgan Gilreath, who is a


Volusia County property appraiser.
Good for Mr. Gilreath. His article on "Government
Spending" was on target and he should know what he is
talking about.
When I first heard that the state might step in and pos-
sibly roll back the property taxes, I thought, "Now we will
hear about the world, as we know it, ending."
The headlines in Hometown News on April 6 con-
firmed what local governments like to do best scare
you and tell you the worst possible scenarios. If the pro-
posed budget was reduced police and fire services would
get hit the hardest. Why is that?
Is it because they are visible and directly affected tax-
payers? So therefore let us use scare tactics to sway vot-
ers our way (local government). All governments have
layers upon layers of people doing jobs that we don't
know about and possibly do without.
Across the board, all positions should be reviewed for
their value. All work performed needs to be looked at.
Such questions should be asked: Do we need to be doing
this? Why are we doing this? Can someone else do it at
less cost?
I am for the people having jobs. But at the same time, I
would like to continue to afford to live here. I don't mind
getting into the pocketbooks of the government since
they have no problems getting into ours.
We have serious issues to face and we need serious
people to face them with us. We need to find out what's
best for the taxpayer. No more doom and gloom.

Intervention for unruly adolescents
There are two 10-year-old boys in our neighborhood
who are also known as the neighborhood brats.
They are always unsupervised and out late at night rid-
ing around on their bikes. They throw rocks at cars and
cuss at adults. If you name it, they are doing it.
Their primary role models are drunk drivers, drug
addicts and jailbirds. Everyone says they are just "bad
kids."
They were born that way; what can be expected from
them? Their parents would not even show up for their
court hearings. Maybe it was too early in the day for
them. The parents need to spend more time with them.
They need an appropriate punishment. I hope those
boys get an intervention. The age 10 is way too young to
start off being bad.


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More fires, thefts and tragedies throughout the county


A storm system blew
through Florida this
past week. Central
Florida got a little more
than a sprinkling of rain,
which didn't do enough to
help its wildfire danger.
The system came through
with gale-force winds that
dried out what little wet
weather this area did get.
Last week, Daytona
Beach firefighters worked
to put out a brush fire
near Windy Pines Apart-
ments behind the Volusia
Mall. This was a stubborn
fire that blazed for more
than two days. In the end,
the fire was controlled
before it got too close to
any homes.
Car thieves had a field
day recently in Daytona
Beach, targeting the Avis
Rent A Car business near
the Daytona Beach
International Airport.
Several suspects broke
into the business and
stole eight cars and keys
from the lot. The suspects
then crashed through a
gate to get away. The
thieves made off with the
vehicles and left a car,
reportedly stolen out of
Leon County. Police
believe the same thieves
may have hit the Hertz
service lot at the airport a
week before and stole two
cars.
Daytona Beach police
they noticed a significant
increase in car break-ins
on the beachside in recent
months, more than
double the number in the
same time period last
year. Police say many of
the beachside targets are
vehicles in motel and
hotel parking lots, which
have been full spring
vacationers.
The Volusia Mall is also
a prime target on the west


side of town. Part of the
problem is car owners
who continually leave
things visible in vehicles
that attract hits.
Police are hoping to
purchase new technology
this year, that will make a
dent in thefts. The tech-
nology will be installed in
a bait car, which will be
placed in areas where
thefts have been a prob-
lem. Software monitored
by the Internet will let
police control the bait car
and hopefully capture the
thieves.
A third suspect believed
to belong to a small ring
of pharmacy thieves was
arrested in New Smyrna
Beach, according to police
in Daytona Beach.
Twenty-eight-year-old
Robert Hall is now
charged in connection
with thefts at three
Walgreen stores hit in
March and early April.
Twenty-three-year old
Casey Layshock and 27-
year-old Lenore Davis
were arrested earlier.
Police say the suspects
were repeatedly seen on
store surveillance imply-
ing they had weapons.
The suspects were steal-
ing oxycotin to feed their
own drug habits, accord-
ing to police officials.
They also might be
responsible for pharmacy
thefts in New Smyrna
Beach and Titusville,
according to authorities.
An Oak Hill dog breeder
will be allowed to keep
some of the 85 dogs
removed from her home;
despite the despicable
conditions animal advo-
cates say they found the
dogs in.
Most of the dogs were
poodles. They were found
living in filth on the
property of breeder and


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at Terra Gethen Poodles.
Coastal Poodle Rescue,
based in Melbourne, has
been fighting to keep the
animals and have them
adopted. A judge ruled
that Ms. Clay could keep
26 adult dogs and the 20
puppies that are still
nursing. Coastal Poodle
Rescue will keep the rest
of the dogs and care for
them until they are ready
to be adopted.
Hometown News recent-
ly told readers about
several attacks on some
homeless men in the
Daytona Beach area.
Police now say one of the
alleged victims made up
his story. Forty- year-old
Jon Johnson claimed
some teenagers attacked
him with a box cutter as
he passed them on the
street. He claimed the
teens jumped him and cut
up his hand as he tried to
defend himself. Mr.
Johnson, however, refused
to take a voice stress
analyzer test. Police say
his injuries did not look
like they came from a box
cutter.
Mr. Johnson finally
admitted to making up
the story after he'd been
drinking all day. Police say


he will not face any
charges.
Police say the attack on
John D'Amico a week
earlier was very real. Two
10-year-old boys and a 17-
year-old are accused of
beating the man with a
cinderblock. The 10-year-
olds are set for trial in
juvenile court this week
unless a judge agrees to a
delay. A lawyer for one of
the boys is investigating
the boys' medical history.
The 17-year-old is in jail.
He will be tried as an
adult, and an arraignment
is set for next week.
A New Smyrna Beach
native is recovering but
still after a propane
explosion aboard a
sailboat Easter Sunday
night.
Firefighters say the
explosion literally blew
the top off the boat and
sent Richard Sweat to the
hospital with second-
degree burns on more
than 25 percent of his
body. Mr. Sweat had been
cooking when something
went wrong with the
propane system. He was
anchored in the river just
north of the North Cause-
way Bridge. Mr. Sweat was
very worried about his cat
that also was aboard the
boat. He is grateful the cat
survived.
Port Orange investiga-
tors say a fire they recent-
ly responded to on
Isabelle Avenue was
intentionally set.
Firefighters got the
blaze quickly, under
control. It was mostly
contained to a pantry in
the home, but they have
launched a criminal
investigation in conjunc-
tion with the state fire
marshal's office after
determining the fire was
deliberate. Authorities say


they're focusing on a 40-
year-old tenant who
would soon be evicted
from the home.
A Daytona Beach man
was recently arrested after
police say he left several
voice mail messages
threatening police offi-
cers. Twenty-nine-year-
old Jesse Barron claims
police officers are stalking
him. In a bizarre twist, he
has filed an order for
protection against two
long time officers, Cap.
Matt Doughney and Sgt.
Tom Pera.
A judge has set a hear-
ing on the protection
request for next week. Mr.
Barron denies threatening
officers and says the
officers are plotting
against him to make him
look crazy.
Chief Mike Chitwood
says his officers don't
even know Mr. Barron. He
says Mr. Barron just
wandered in off the
streets making absurd
allegations that a judge
listened to. The chief is
baffled and outraged and
says its unreal that two of
his officers have to go to
court to defend them-
selves against someone he
believes is mentally
unstable. The officers will
appear in court Wednes-
day, April 25.
Edgewater police are
investigating a shooting
that sent a 27-year-old
man to the hospital with
an injury to his thigh. The
incident happened on
Traveler's Palm Drive.
Police identified the
gunman as 19-year-old
Henry Pressman.
Mr. Pressman hasn't
been charged, though
detectives say the investi-
gation continues. Early
reports indicate the
shooting may be a case of


self-defense.
A young mother and her
baby barely escaped
serious injury recently.
The woman pushed her
child in a stroller along
Jean Street when a stray
bullet grazed her. Daytona
Beach Police think two
people got into a fight and
someone started shoot-
ing. The mother was just
an innocent bystander.
Luckily, she wasn't
seriously hurt, and the
baby is fine. The shooting
suspect is not in custody.
It was just a drill, but it
looked like the real thing
at Daytona Beach Interna-
tional Airport. Crews
raced to respond to a
plane crash and then a
hazardous spill that
followed during the mock
disaster. Halifax Medical
Center employees also
participated, rushing to
treat the injured victims
portrayed by volunteers
on scene and at the
hospital. Authorities say
these first responders
reacted very well to the
crisis, and believe these
exercises will help if the
area ever faces real
widespread disaster.
Lots of folks in the area,
particularly Ormond
Beach, are thinking about
area attorney David Hood,
who has recently been
diagnosed with a brain
tumor. He is undergoing
surgery this week to
determine if the tumor is
malignant and then will
follow a treatment plan.
Mr. Hood, served as
mayor of Ormond Beach
from 1993 to 1999. He
recently attempted to
unseat state Rep. Joyce
Cusackin the District 27
seat, but lost.
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a housing fair scheduled
for tomorrow at the Sun-
shine Park Mall in South
Daytona.
"There are many prop-
erties now on the market
at great prices that weren't
out until recently," she
said. "Tomorrow's hous-
ing fair or a real estate
professional can pro-
vide information on the
various buyer assistance
programs available."
The fair will be held
inside Sunshine Park
Mall, 2400 S. Ridgewood
Ave., from 11 a.m. to 2
p.m.
The event will provide
information on govern-
ment and nonprofit pro-
grams, such as the down
payment assistance plan,
low-cost loans for hous-
ing rehabilitation, emer-
gency assistance grants,
Section 8 housing and
Habitat For Humanity
opportunities.
Affordable housing also
has become one of the top
concerns of local govern-
ments who have watched
housing prices outpace
the abilities of their own
employees and longtime
residents to keep up with
the soaring prices, prop-
erty taxes and insurance
costs.
An affordable housing
market is also one of the
requirements of new


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with a more flexible Merit
Award Program, which will
base rewards on student
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As for this year, the Leg-


industries and businesses
that consider moving
here, since skilled workers
often avoid areas where
the cost of living can out-
pace their incomes.
But a big question con-
tinually raised among real
estate professionals sur-
rounds the definition of
affordable housing -
what might be affordable
for one person might not
be affordable to another.
"Affordable housing is
an oxymoron if there ever
was one," said Mrs. Sque-
teri-Lanier. "If the buyer
doesn't have enough
income to make the mort-
gage payment, the house
isn't affordable, regardless
of the price."
A University of Central
Florida study in 2006 con-
firmed what many in the
real estate business
already knew that high-
er costs have been push-
ing home ownership
beyond the means of
many middle-income res-
idents considered vital to
the local community,
such as public school
teachers, civil employees,
nurses and public safety
officers.
Officials say a major
problem is that middle-
income residents, earning
local market wages, often
are forced to compete for
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to pay more for housing,
pushing prices up.
In a reversal of fortune,
more and more Floridians
are moving to other states
where they feel the cost of
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"Florida once was a
place where people from
up north could come and
find relatively inexpensive
housing, but not any-
more," said Mrs. Mirabel-
la. "With higher housing
prices, property taxes and
insurance, fixed-income
retirees are now finding
Florida is no longer
affordable."
And there's not much
help on the way for those
with middle incomes,
since most don't qualify
for any type of housing
assistance other than the
standard homestead
exemption.
"It's a frustrating situa-
tion," Mrs. Squeteri-
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tion."
For more information,
contact Mrs. Mirabella at
(386) 427-2622 or Mrs.
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district administrators to
sit down with the teachers
union to try to devise a sys-
tem that is more flexible
and fair.
It states that the board's
bargaining team and the
teachers' union must
"make all efforts, in good
faith, toward reaching a
tentative agreement" on a
merit pay plan under the
new state law for 2007-08.
"I think we can all be
happy knowing that we are
working with the board to
reach a new agreement for
next year," Mr. Spar said.

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From page A7
recently celebrated the
life and strength of a 12-
year-old South Daytona
girl with brain cancer who
refuses to give up.
Kailynne Quartier
wanted to experience a
drive-in movie theatre.
Folks who love her created
one in the backyard, with
the help of an organiza-
tion called Our Children
First that helps make sick
children's dreams come
true. The organization set
up a big screen in a
backyard, complete with
popcorn, cake and other
extras.
Despite the young girl's
prognosis, which isn't
good, she is surrounded
by people who would
move mountains to save
her.
Kailynne's father, Doug
Quarter, is a lieutenant
with the South Daytona
Police Department and a
man I have known for
more than 20 years. He is


Museum
From page A2
facility in Florida, which
earned the children's
museum project $500,000,
said Florida state repre-
sentative Gary Libby.
"Volusia County brings
quality projects to the
state," said Mr. Libby. "It
has never had a misstep."
The museum also
received an additional
$500,000 grant from the
Environmental Cultural &
Historic Outdoor (ECHO)
program plus the match-
ing private dollars from
the Williams, said Linda
Hargreaves, chair of the
Volusia County ECHO
Grants-in-Aide Program.
"Seven years ago, citi-
zens voted to tax them-
selves for a better life for
children and visitors," said
Mrs. Hargreaves. "This
museum will create
hands-on opportunities
for youth.
"The best way to get
excited about learning is
to do it, to be there and to
experience it," she added.
Volusia County's educa-
tors agree. The school sys-
tem has been part of the
museum for years and has
watched the museum
expand, said Al Williams,
chair of the Volusia County
School Board.
"The greatest asset on
earth is children," said Mr.
Williams. "If we encourage
them to dream, then we
have lived up to our
responsibility as adults.
"This is a project we all
can enjoy."

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a soft-spoken, kind and
not the kind of man to
burden anyone with his
own troubles. Yet, you can
imagine how horrible it
must be to for him know
to know his child is sick
and he's helpless to stop
it.
Something the
Quartiers have that others
might envy is the love and


caring of a large police
department family who
have made their lives
brighter during a very
dark time.
A group in Ormond
Beach says they raised
thousands of dollars to
benefit St. Jude's Chil-
dren's Research Hospital.
Actor and motorcycle
enthusiast Mickey Jones


helped shine a spotlight
on the event with the
seventh annual "Bike and
Blues festival" centered at
the Iron Horse Saloon.
Riders cruised through
Ormond's historic Loop,
then enjoyed a blues
performance from Mr.
Jones and others. Pro-
ceeds from a golf tourna-
ment at the LPGA Legends


Golf Course also will
benefit St. Jude's.
A quick note for parents
of young children: Ele-
mentary schools in
Volusia County are
registering children for
kindergarten Monday,
April 23 through Friday,
April 27. Children must be
5 years old on or before
Sept. 1 to be eligible for


kindergarten.
Parents or guardians
must provide a birth
certificate, immunization
records and proof of
residence to enroll the
children.

Claire Metz is the WESH
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Volusia and Flagler
counties.


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I pleasantly asked my
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"Sweetie, would you
please go clean up your
room?" I asked him. He
shares it with his two
brothers, by choice. "Why
do I always have to do
everything?" he whines
and grumbles in
response.
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and-foot to try to keep
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when they have an
outburst ,we think, "Oh
my, what could I possibly
have done wrong? I've


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thing for him." Bingo.
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about "doing" for our
children. Hopefully we've
laid a solid foundation of
consistent discipline
during the toddler years.
(And even if you didn't,
you can start doing the
right thing now at least.)
Why? Because when our
children are between the
ages of 4 through 8, our
focus needs to change.
We're no longer simply
trying to produce the
right behavior in our
children. Now we're
aiming to produce the
positive attitudes we
want to see in our kids.
We want them to be kind,
giving, unselfish and just
nice to be around.
These attitudes are
those that can only be
taught they are not
inherited from the
parents.
So now that we know
what we want, how do we
get there? This mission
could be easy and hard at
the same time. You don't
have to change a thing if
you want them to turn
out just like you; in other
words, you already
practice what you preach.
It's really hard when
you're not living up to
your own standards and
then you expect your
children to. Someone
once said, "The steps a
child will most likely
follow are the ones his
parents thought they
covered up." If you are
rude and grumpy all the
time, then don't expect
your kids to be any
different. Usually, if you
lie, they'll lie. If you
constantly complain,
they'll do the same. If you
are disrespectful to other
people, including your
spouse, then they'll treat
others disrespectfully,
too. And if they're disre-
spectful to their spouse,
they'll wind up in a bad
marriage on top of it all.
If you think they won't
disrespect you, you're in
for a bit of a surprise.
Sure, it is possible that
parents like these can
raise a child who turns
out completely different,
but again, it's unlikely.
There is no substitute for
modeling good behavior
by the parent. If you don't
reach them in the ele-


mentary years, then
there's very little chance
that you'll reach them in
the teen years. You have
to take this "window of
opportunity" while it's
still open.
The other way to teach
these qualities is simply
to teach them. Talk about
these qualities to your
kids all the time, not just
once in a while, but day
and night. This method is
only effective when
paired with the same
behavior by the parent;
otherwise, talk is cheap.
However, talking helps.
The more you talk about
it and "claim" those
positive attitudes, the
more they start to
become who you are.
Those ideas will be your
first response to situa-
tions that arise. Let me
remind you what they are
once more: The Ten
Commandments:
*1) You shall have no
other gods before me.
*2) You shall not make
for yourself an idol.
*3) You shall not misuse
the name of the Lord
your God, for the Lord
will not hold anyone
guiltless who misuses his
name.
*4) Observe the Sabbath
day by keeping it holy.
*5) Honor your father
and your Mother. 6) You
shall not murder.
*7) You shall not commit
adultery.
*8) You shall not steal.
*9)You shall not give
false testimony about
your neighbor. (Don't lie!)
* 10) You shall not covet
your neighbor's wife.
Those are the com-
mandments to keep and
be taught. Galatians 5:22
says "But the fruits of the
spirit are love, joy, peace,
patience, kindness,
goodness, faithfulness,
gentleness and self-
control." Live it, do it and
be it. It's a "tough assign-
ment," as the psycholo-
gist and radio talk show
host Dr. James Dobson
would say, but it's worth
it.

Ruthie Davidson is a
mother of four children,
ages 5 to 9. She lives in
South Daytona and can
be reached atjdavid-
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Fly fishing seminar
planned
The Mid Coast Fly Fish-
ers will have an open
house seminar from 10
a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday,
April 21.
This free event will
help participants learn
about and how to: tie
flies, fly rods, reels, cast,
fly lines, knot tying, lead-
ers, tippets, rod building,
wade fishing, kayaking
and boating.
There also will be
demonstrations, video
presentations and photo-
graphs to help build
skills. Refreshments will
be available.
The Mid Coast Fly Fish-
ers is an educational and
mentoring group of local


anglers who promote the
art of fly-fishing.
The event will take
place at 471 Old Mission
Road, New Smyrna
Beach.
For more information,
call (386) 405-3800 or
(386) 672-5041.
Bert Fish Medical
Center names
'Physician of the Year'
Davor Pluscec, M.D.,
was recently named the
"Physician of the Year,"
by the administration of
Bert Fish Medical Cen-
ter.
The annual award
started five years ago
and is based on an
employee-wide nomina-


tion. Recipients are
selected by popular vote.
Dr. Pluscec received
nearly a quarter of the
votes, a large percentage
considering the pool con-
sists, of 167 physicians.

Turtle day festivities
scheduled

The Marine Science
Center will host its fifth
annual Turtle Day "Sav-
ing our Seas," from 10
a.m. to 3 p.m. on Satur-
day, April 21.
The county will cele-
brate animal rehabilita-
tion and raise awareness
about the marine life and
the environment.
The free event includes:


live music by The Logger-
heads, educational lec-
tures by various biolo-
gists, crafts for children,
educational displays by
environmental organiza-
tions, face painting, food,
and a book signing by
New York Times best-sell-
ing author, Mary Alice
Monroe.
MSC staff plans the
beachside release of
seabirds and turtles at 3
p.m., at Winter Haven
Park, 4589 S. Atlantic
Ave., Ponce Inlet.
Michelle Bauer and Chris
Wise, MSC rehabilitation
specialists, will lead the
releases of three turtles
and three birds.
Visitors can tour the
Marine Science Center
exhibit gallery. The


gallery features a various
habitat displays from
mangroves to a 5,000-gal-
lon saltwater aquarium.
The event will take place
at 100 Lighthouse Drive,


Ponce Inlet.
For more information,
on times and dates, call
(386) 304-5545 or visit the
Web site at www.marine-
sciencecenter.com.


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- Do you feel embarrassed, frustrated or tired due to
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Croatia is one of the
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Rich in history, art,
culture, architecture, wine
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Croatia has everything the
most savvy of traveler
would want.
With its sublime stretch
of Adriatic coast, Croatia
has long been regarded as
one of the most beautiful
parts of Europe, and is
often called the "new
Riviera."
The booming tourist
industry that was inter-
rupted by war in the early
1990s has swept back in
force, and visitors are
flocking to its string of
coastal and island resorts.
Officially called the
Republic of Croatia, this
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Central Europe, sharing
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and Hungary to the north,
Serbia to the east, Bosnia
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southern tip of Croatia as
either an embarkation
port or a port of call.
Those who visit should
make the most of their
time in this ancient city
that has been sitting on
the Dalmatian Coast for
some 1,300 years.
This historic port was
named a UNESCO World
Heritage Site in 1979.
Extensive restoration
efforts began shortly after
the Serbian War. You can
visit sites such as the
Dominican and Francis-
can monasteries, Rector's
Palace and Dubrovnik
Cathedral.
Marbled paved squares
and fountains are just a


few of the many antiqui-
ties that remain as they
were years ago.
Surrounded by 10th
century walls, Dubrovnik
is a must see for the
historian and art lover
alike. This is one of the
most beautiful towns in
Europe. It has everything:
A magnificent natural
setting, an old town
unspoiled by development
and lively cultural life.
Perhaps more than
anything, it has a mystique
that not even Venice can
rival.
Whether traveling by sea
or touring Croatia by car,
you are guaranteed
spectacular scenery and
breathtaking views.
The translucent Adriatic
Sea, and picturesque
towns, are surrounded by
more than 1,000 islands
anchored offshore. Most
of these islands are
uninhabited, which makes
them ideal for those who
prefer to be away from
crowds.
The most popular is Hvar
(pronounced hwahr),
which has a long and
fascinating history itself.
There is so much to see
and do in Croatia.
If taking a cruise, you
may want to schedule a


pre- (or post-) stay in
Dubrovnik.
Traveling with a tour
company will give you a
more in-depth look at the
scenery.
More travel companies
are offering tours that
include Croatia.
Globus Vacations, for
.example, offers a reason-
ably priced tour that
includes Italy and Croatia,
with visits to Rome,
Florence, Venice, Zadar,
Split, Dubrovnik, Plitvice
National Park and Zagreb
(capitol city).
The Orient Lines' cruise
ship Marco Polo offers an
itinerary that includes
ports of call in three
Croatian ports along the
Dalmation Coast.
Incidentally, Marco Polo
was born on the Croate
Island of Kublic.
This must see country
offers so much in its
splendor you may want to
make it part of your next
trip to Europe. You will not
be disappointed.

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Jazz festival scheduled

There will be a two-day
educational jazz festival
from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.,
Friday, April 20 and Satur-
day, April 21. The Lakeside
jazz festival is a showcase
of middle school, high
school, -university jazz
bands and jazz combos.
Adjudicators will critique
each band for a 30-minute
session after their stage
performance. This festival
is a non-competitive event
endorsed by the Interna-
tional Association of Jazz
Educators. More than 40
jazz bands will perform.
Headliner jazz bands for


the evening performances
include: the Florida State
University Jazz Ensemble
1, University of North
Florida Jazz Band, Stetson
University Jazz Band and
The United States' Navy
Jazz Band-Southeast.
The event will take place
at Ken Parker Performing
Arts Amphitheater, 1000
City Center Circle, Port
Orange.
Major corporate spon-
sors include Brighthouse
Networks, Memorex, Pres-
tige Carpets, Wal-Mart,
Yamaha Corporation of
USA and others.
For more information
visit the Web site at


www.lakesidejazz.org.

Art group planned

Area teenagers are invit-
ed to join an art group for
teens from 4 to 5 p.m.,
Tuesday and Thursday at
the Port Orange Regional
Library, 1005 City Center
Circle in Port Orange.
Teens will learn how to
improve their artistic tal-
ents and how to draw ani-
mals, manga, still life and
other art forms.
For more information,
call (386) 322-5152, Ext. 4.

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How a local women's club came about


There's nothing I enjoy
more than reading a
good book. As my
family is young, this
pleasant, preferably solo
activity is regularly inter-
rupted by more "calami-
ties" than I can count:
uncooperative little
brothers, unsympathetic
big sisters, matching socks
that refuse to emerge from
the dryer bundled neatly
together. But I've yet to
have to lay my book down
in order to chase a pig
down the street. Readers
during the Halifax area's
early years were not as
fortunate.
The date: December
1894. The place: Daytona
Beach, Florida. Ardent
reader, Mrs. Jane Weeks,
assembled 13 like-minded
ladies to create a "Whist
and Literary Club." (For
your information, whist is
a card game played widely
in the 18th and 19th
centuries, sometimes solo,
most frequently with four
players.)
Turns out Mrs. Weeks
was very current the
late 1800s were marked by


Week
From page A3
Daytona, police said.
Two boats at the 3000-B
S. Ridgewood Ave., busi-
ness sustained damage
during the April 9 fire, offi-
cials said.
The owner of Perfor-
mance Marine told police
that on two previous occa-
sions someone had been
caught sleeping in the
boat and this had been
previously reported to
police.

Firefighter
recognized

Port Orange Firefighter
Garfield Wilson was
named Emergency Med-
ical Technician Student of
the Year by Dr. James
Greene, Dean, School of
Health, Human, and Pub-
lic Services at Daytona
Beach Community Col-
lege.
Mr. Wilson has excelled
in his studies while work-
ing full-time with the fire-
rescue team, Port Orange
fire officials said.

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MARIAN TOMBLIN
Bull on the beach
the "Woman's Club
Movement" when scads of
ladies gathered in such
groups in order to encour-
age self- development and
social reform.
A site was chosen next to
St. Mary's Episcopal
Church on Orange Avenue,
and for the next 80 years,,
The Palmetto Club, as it
was eventually known,
served as a community
landmark. In February of
1971, the building burned


down. A new structure at
its current location of 1000
S. Beach St. was dedicated
one year later.
And what was that about
chasing pigs on the street?
Wild hogs were such a
nuisance back in our
golden years that the
second ordinance passed
in newly incorporated
Daytona Beach called for
their elimination. Wild hog
would sleep under settlers'
cabins and infest both bed
and clothing with fleas.
You're invited to come to
the Palmetto Club to learn
more about our communi-
ty's early days. Saturday,
May 5, I will give a special
presentation of "Bull on
the Beach" or "Halifax
History with Humor and
Mystery," a luncheon/
fundraiser for the Dicker-
son Library.
Tickets are $20. Tickets
can be purchased by
calling (386) 239-6478 or


by stopping in at my new
bookstore-The Book
Store and So Much More,
410 S. Nova Road, Suite 1,
Ormond Beach. Call (386)
615-8320 for more infor-
mation on tickets.

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
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BY JEANNE WILLARD
Staff writer

A local organization
dedicated to making chil-
dren's dreams come true
granted its 27th dream
last week.
A CHILD'S DREAM
under the auspices of
"OUR" CHILDREN FIRST,
fulfilled Kailynne Quarti-
er's dream of bringing
friends and family togeth-
er to watch movies on an
outdoor movie screen in
her backyard, while
snacking on popcorn and
s'mores.
To qualify for a
"dream," children must
be diagnosed with a life-
limiting illness, said Fran
Moccia, chief executive
director.


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Kailynne was diagnosed
with a brain tumor last
May and has undergone
surgery, chemotherapy
and radiation.
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and counseling services
to children in Volusia and
Flagler Counties.
The Daytona Beach
organization attempts to
fulfill two dreams a year,
Ms. Moccia said.
Dreams have- ranged
from trips and cruises to
meeting celebrities, as
was the case with one
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brain tumor that has doubled in size. Kailynne's wish was to have a theater party with family and friends. Her wish was
granted by her family and the CHILD'S DREAM organization.


Miracle
From page Al


her daughter, Mrs. Quarti-
er ran screaming and cry-
ing outside the house, she
said. Heartbroken, she
begged God for answers -
"Where are you taking my
daughter to?"
The next day, Kailynne
woke up, told her mother
she loved her and asked for
a grilled cheese sandwich,
Mrs. Quarter said.
More than eight weeks
later, Kailynne is still defy-
ing the odds and her con-
dition is improving, her
mother says. She cannot
walk, but she is talking and
can now move her left arm.
Despite dire predictions
from doctors, Kailynne
continues to survive.
"She is remarkably bet-
ter over the past few


weeks," said Kathy Ben-
nett, licensed practical
nurse with Hospice of
Volusia and Flagler County.
It is nothing short of a
miracle, Mrs. Quarter
says.
Twice before, Mrs.
Quarter said she heard a
voice while she was sleep-
ing. The voice first told her
there would be bumps in
the road ahead, but that
Kailynne would be fine.
The second time the voice
told her to stay the course
during one of Kailynne's
treatments.
Another time, Mrs.
Quarter had a vision of
her daughter in a wedding
gown, a good omen, she
said. I
Mrs. Quarter believes
these episodes are the
,voice of the Holy Sprit or


God speaking to her.
"When she left us for a
few days, she went to the
greatest physician of all -
the Lord," Mrs. Quarter
said, referring to a period
when Kailynne's condition
markedly deteriorated.
"He healed her."
Doctors have cautioned
her not to get her hopes
up, Mrs. Quarter said, but
she remains steadfast in
her faith and the healing
power of prayer.
"I'm not ready to let go
of her," she said. "Kailynne
and the Good Lord are
working together."
Last week, Kailynne's
dream of gathering her
friends and family togeth-
er for a "drive in" movie in
her back yard was granted
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that grants children's
dreams.
For at least one night,
Kailynne was a queen
wearing a tiara brought by
A CHILD'S DREAM.
Mr. Quarter, a lieu-
tenant with the South Day-
tona Police Department,
said his department and
the community has been
very supportive.
"That means a lot to us,"
he said.
The future is uncertain
for Kailynne, but her fami-
ly is taking things one day
at a time, hoping and pray-
ing for the best.
And Kailynne has one
other wish: "I want to be
normal; and miracles hap-
pen."

Willard@hometownnew-
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Festival
From page Al
vided by the Florida
Strings Band in the morn-
ing and the Glenn Bailey
Band in the afternoon.
"We have so many fun
activities planned," said
Ms. Evans.
Residents can park at
Reed Canal Park and park-
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ice will be available
behind the Sunshine Park
Mall at the corner of Car-
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Streets.
Willard@hometown-
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The American Legion
Post 270 has released the
names of boys who will
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They are: Christopher
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Omar Alkorek, Greg
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ects during the school's
recent science fair. The


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Sami Plutowski, Cassidy
Minnick, Stacey Bennett,
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He served his country in
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Corps.
Mr. Leslie is survived by
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cia. He is also survived by
numerous children, grand-
children, family members

Wish
From page A14
where she met the actor
while he was filming
"Wild, Wild West."
Dreams are funded
through donations, Ms.
Moccia said, and both the
business community and
private sponsors have
been supportive.
"It's a very bittersweet
experience," she said
about helping the children
and their families.


and friends.
There was a funeral mass
on Wednesday, March 28,
at Our Lady of Hope
Catholic Church in Port
Orange.
Condolences may be
shared with the family at
www. lohmanfuneral-
homes.com. Arrangements
were under the direction of
Lohman Funeral Home
Daytona.

- For Hometown News


Although it's tough to
accept that a child may be
terminally ill, it's reward-
ing to know you're fulfill-
ing a lifelong wish, Ms.
Moccia said.
For more information
contact Cindy Hurley, mar-
keting coordinator (386)
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Hometown News named nation's best -


National
organization
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newspaper with
12 awards

BY GRETCHEN SAUERMAN
Staff writer
NEW ORLEANS For
the fourth year, Hometown
News has been voted one
of the nation's top three
community papers by the
Association of Free Com-
munity Papers.


During an awards cere-
mony in New Orleans last
weekend, AFCP judges
selected Hometown News
as the "Most Outstanding
Publication" of home
delivered newspapers with
25 percent or more editori-
al content.
In 2004, Hometown News
received the third place
overall award from AFCP,
after only one year of pub-
lication. In 2005, Home-
town News won first place
overall, and in 2006, Home-
town News received sec-
ond place overall.
"We're the reigning No. 1
in both associations (IFPA


and AFCP)," said Steve
Erlanger, publisher of
Hometown News. "To the
best of my knowledge,
that's never happened
before, which is about as
good as a result as you can
ask for."
One AFCP judge com-
mented that Hometown
News is "clearly an out-
standing publication that
features good photogra-
phy, excellent local editori-
al, and lots of color ads in
an easy-to-read format
with high quality printing."
Hometown News gar-
nered 12 overall awards,
including "Best Internet


Home Page" and "Best Pre-
sentation of Retail Display
Advertising on the Inter-
net."
Hometown News pho-
tographers took five
awards. Brevard County
photographer Kaitlin Nor-
ton won "Best Original
Black & White Photogra-
phy Used in a News Event."
Chief photographer Mitch
Kloorfain took home sec-
ond-place honors in the
same category.
Palm Beach County pho-
tographer Hobie Hiler
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place honors for "Best
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phy Used in a Feature or


General Interest Story."
Mr. Kloorfain also
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tion in the category of
"Best Original Color Pho-
tography Used in a News
Event."
Three Hometown News
advertisements, designed
by the Fort Pierce team,
won third-place honors.
More than 4,500 entries
were submitted by nearly
150 companies in the U.S.
"We continue to prove
our team puts forth more
commitment and more
effort than any other team
out there," said Mr.
Erlanger. "We've also won
more national awards


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than any other communi-
ty newspaper group in the
country, which is also ver-
ification of our team's
commitment.
"To be recognized by
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have makes all of the
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Partnership will sponsor
a housing fair in celebra-
tion of Fair Housing
Month.
Local home buyers and
renters will get an oppor-
tunity to learn about
affordable housing
opportunities and fair
housing rights. There will
be two housing fairs from
11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Friday,
April 20, at the Thomas C.
Kelly Administration
Center, 123 W. Indiana
Ave. The second housing
fair will be from 11 a.m.
tb 2 pm;;., Saturday, April
21, at the Sunshine Park
Mail, 2400 S. Ridgewood
Ave., South Daytona.
Vendors will include
governmental and non-
profit providers, real
estate companies and
financial institutions.
They also will have infor-
mation about the federal
Fair Housing Act, which
prevents discrimination
in the sale, rental and
financing of dwellings.
Housing information will
be available in English
and Spanish.
For more information,
call (386) 943-7039, Ext.


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Property tax reform
in Tallahassee
The Home Builders
Association throughout
the state of Florida will
travel to Tallahassee on
Tuesday, April 24, to sup-
port the Florida Home
Builders Association's
property tax plan. Their
goal is to support a
meaningful reform on
the property tax issue.
Twenty-one members
of the Volusia Home
Builders Association
have committed to head
to Tallahassee. The mem-
bers will get on a bus
chartered by VHBA that
will drive to Tallahassee
and back. We need you
to be on that bus with
us. Your commitment is
needed today. Support-
ers of the tax reform are
invited to join the group.
The VHBA also will pro-
vide lunch for the one-
day trip.
The FHBA will release a
plan in the coming days
that its members can
support. To RSVP contact
VHBA Director of Govern-
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couldn't help but notice the
number of "phishing" e-
mails I was getting.
It seemed like just about
every day I get one or two of
these e-mails, and it makes
me wonder just how many
people out there fall for it
and end up getting
scammed.
The practice of phishing
is when someone out there,
in cyberspace, constructs
an e-mail to look like it's
coming from a legitimate
source (usually a bankWeb
site) when it's not. Most of
the time, these e-mails will
tell you that (for one reason
or another) you need to
confirm your username and
password in order to keep
your account open. If you
don't, they say you run the
risk of having your account
closed. They usually will
include a link to follow and
the page that the link brings
you to looks exactly like
what you would expect
were you to go to the actual
(bank's) Web site. Enter your
user name and password
and you can find your
account drained in minutes
So, what is one to do to
keep from getting scammed
like this?
Well, to answer this
question I'm looking at
some of the phishing bait e-
mails I have received over
the last few months (yes, for
some strange reason I've
been collecting them).
One reoccurring theme
that I see is a sense of
urgency. Most of the e-mails
will have the original bank
(or other organization's
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from a legitimate source,
but it will contain an urgent
message. Following are two
examples.
Example 1: "In order to be
prepared for the smart card
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MasterCard debit and credit
cards and to avoid prob-
lems with our ATM services,
we have recently intro-
duced additional security
measures and upgraded our
software.
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will be effective immediate-
ly and requires our cus-
tomers to update their ATM
card information. Please
update your information by
following the link given
below."
This is to generate a sense
of urgency. In this case, if
you don't follow the link,
you run the risk of having
your card stop working due
to "upgraded software and
security measures."
Example 2: "This is your
final warning about the
safety of your account. If
you do not update your
billing information your
access on will be restricted
and the user deleted."
The reason to do this
might include:


* A recent change in your
personal information (i.e.
change of address).
+ Submitting invalid
information during the
initial sign up process.
* An inability to accurate-
ly verify your selected
option of payment due an
internal error within their
processors.
* Please update your
profile in order to restore
your online access.
Then they include a link
for you to follow to submit
the required information.
What makes these two
examples easy to spot is the
sense of urgency.
If you ever get an e-mail


saying an account you have
with some institution is in
danger of getting cut off
unless you update your
information online, a bell
should go off in your head.
No legitimate institution
is going to contact you over
e-mail to update your
account.
If your account were in
jeopardy, you would receive
a phone call or a postal
message, not an e-mail.
Another clue that you are
looking at a fake?
Grammatical and spelling
errors are also a sure sign
that the message is a fake.
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New brain surgery touted in fight against Parkinson's


The patient's head is
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Surprisingly, what the
patient has endured is not
as gruesome or painful as
it may seem; as a matter of
fact and as strange as it
may sound the odds are
it's going to make the
patient immensely better.
The surgery is called
Deep Brain Stimulation, or
DBS, a procedure that is
rapidly moving to the
forefront of treatments for
Parkinson's disease.
Even though the surgery
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potential beneficiaries
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quality of life.
The Mayo Clinic in
Jacksonville has conducted
about 800 DBS surgeries,
said Dr. Ryan Uitti, profes-
sor and chairman of the
Department of Neurology.
"The Brain is an electrical
organ," explained Dr. Uitti.
"When we insert an
electrode lead into it, we're
looking for a specific spot;
this is why the patient has
to be awake while we
perform the surgery so
we can ask questions and
give prompts and instruc-
tions. When we can get the
patient to respond to what
we're looking for, we know
we're in the right spot of
brain cells responsible for
firing the instructive
neurotransmitters that
controls those functions."
At age 69, Bob Lurtz of
DeLand was diagnosed
with the disease seven
years ago.
"It was somewhat comi-
cal how I found out," said
Mr. Lurtz. "It was actually a
urologist, not a neurolo-
gist, who suggested I may
have the disease."
After a visit to a neurolo-
gist, the suspicion was
confirmed.
A musician and educator
by trade, Mr. Lurtz's
dextrous functions were
becoming more limited as
the disease progressed.


Walking became more
difficult and tremors in his
right hand and arm made
even the simplest tasks
difficult, if not impossible,
to perform.
After undergoing DBS
surgery in May 2006, Mr.
Lurtz and his wife, Eva, say
the quality of his life
improved substantially.
"Before the surgery, Bob
was virtually becoming a
recluse," said Mrs. Lurtz.
"We weren't doing the
social things we used to do;
now we go out to concerts,
dinners and play dominos
with friends and Bob
can even play his clarinet
again."
But, despite overwhelm-
ing success of most
procedures performed,
there are downsides to the
surgery.
"Risks include major
brain hemorrhage which
can lead to stroke, paraly-
sis or death," said Dr. Uitti.
"This represents a low risk
potential of maybe 1 or 2
percent; also superficial
bleeding can occur in
patients also with small
percentage potential -
which most of the time
have very little potential
for any acute or protracted
health problems."
Marie Spetti of Port
Orange can relate to risks
involved in the procedure
since her late husband,
Aldo, had the DBS surgery
in 2001 and again several
years later.
"The first time, the results
were very good," Mrs.
Spetti recalled.
She said her husband
had been very athletic his
whole life but as a result of
Parkinson's disease, he
slowly began losing the
ability to move, often
becoming rigid to the
point that normal walking
became extremely difficult.
After Mr. Spetti had the


DBS surgery, he was able to
swim, play tennis, ride his
bike and even drive a car
again, Mrs. Spetti said.
But after about five years,
Mr. Spetti's symptoms
returned and his condition
began to worsen again.
At that point, he decided
to have the DBS surgery on
the other side of his brain.
"I think he had great
expectations because his
first surgery was so suc-
cessful," Mrs. Spetti said.
But things didn't work out
as well the second time for
her husband, who experi-
enced behaviors that were
out of character to the
point he had to be
restrained and placed on
strong medications that he
didn't react well to.
After a stint in the hospi-
tal and time in a
nursing/rehabilitation
facility, Mr. Spetti died in a
hospice center less than
three months after the
second surgery.
Despite the outcome,
Mrs. Spetti remains
philosophical about her
husband's experience.
"Aldo did exactly what he
wanted to do," she said. "I
think he just didn't want to
suffer with the afflictions of
Parkinson's and was willing
to do whatever it took just
for the prospect of a better
life."
When asked if the DBS
surgery improved her
husband's quality of life,
Mrs. Spetti's reply was
simple: "Yes, definitely."
Understanding the proce-
dure is important for
anyone considering DBS
surgery.
Since each region of the
brain has specific firing
characteristics, an initial
mapping electrode is
inserted directly into the
brain.


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Photo courtesy of Vince Kinsler
Marie Spetti of Port Orange looks at photos of her late husband, Aldo, who had deep brain stimulation surgery per-
formed in 2001. The benefits of the procedure, which included returning to an active lifestyle, continued for about five
years. He died about three months after deciding to have a second DBS operation.

Kinsler
From page Al 8


Using this electrode, the
surgeon prods deep to help
locate a region of brain
cells that are responsible
for controlling the areas of
the patient's functions
affected by the disease; the
area the surgeon is looking
for is summarized as the
"sweet spot."
When the sweet spot has
been located, the mapping
electrode is replaced with a
brain stimulator electrode
and attached to a piece of
plastic-type material that
becomes part of the
patient's skull, filling in the
hole that was drilled.
About a week after the
surgery, the patient returns


From page Al17
Another thing you can do
is' actually click the link they
want you to. Don't fill out
any information of course,
but click the link and see
what'the actual address is
when the page opens. You
will likely see that the
address is either a raw IP
address or will have your
bank name embedded in
some other domain name
(like http://your bank.oth-
erdomain.com) a sure sign
of a fake.
SWhen performing this
test however, it's important
to check the link they want
you to click to enter your
information.
Some of the phishing e-
mails I've gotten have other
links to the actual bank's
privacy statements and
what not. Checking those
links may lead you to
believe the e-mail is legit
when it's not. Again it's the
link that they want you to
follow that will have the
bogus address.


to have a battery- or
pulse generator -
installed under the skin in
the chest and near the
collarbone. Several other
electrodes are superficially
placed behind the ear and
in the lower neck area.
Once everything is in
place, the patient is
provided with an "electri-
cal prescription" for the
device, along with other
medications, until the
right mix creates the best
results.
The patient's drug use is
substantially reduced after
the surgery, with some
patients experiencing up
to a 50 percent reduction.


The bottom line is to
never ever respond to an e-
mail asking confirm your
information online.
If you have doubts and
think.that the e-mail may
actually be legit, pick up the
phone and call the bank.
Or (if it's an online
merchant) go to the Web
site without clicking the link


What happens with
Parkinson's patients is that
their brains fail to produce
the needed amount of
dopamine, a substance
that allows brain impulses
to enable appropriate body
functions; when dopamine
levels are inadequate, the
functions are interrupted
or lost.
Various drugs on the
market work in different
ways to assist those with
dopamine deficiencies.
Normally brains produce
all the dopamine needed
on a moderate pace and on
an ongoing basis.
One of the challenges
with some Parkinson's


in the e-mail) ask them
directly (you should be able
to find a "contact us" link
that will allowyoh to send
them a message and ask
them if the e-mail you got
was legit.
My bet would be no.
Just remember this
simple rule of thumb: you
would never give your user


medications is that they
provide "spiking" types of
relief by increasing the
patient's dopamine level
for short periods of time.
However, when the med-
ications begin wearing off,
the patient may experience
feelings of "crashing" or
"off times."
Eliminating the "spikes"
and "crashes" has made
DBS a popular elective
surgery for those with
Parkinson's disease.
Mr Kirisler is president of
the Greater Daytona
Parkinson's Association. He
can be contacted at 676-
6375.




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*One-act play festival
slated: Daytona Beach
Community College will
host a "One Act Play Festi-
val" on the following dates:
Friday, April 20, Saturday,
April 21, Thursday, April 26,
Friday, April 27 and Satur-
day, April 28. DBCC stu-
dents, staff and faculty
wrote a majority of plays in
the festival. There also were
some submissions from
area high school students.
Final titles will be
announced during the
spring semester. The event
will take place at 7:30 p.m.
in J. M. Goddard Center, in
Building 230 on the DBCC
Daytona Beach campus,
1200 W. International
Speedway Blvd., Daytona
Beach. Cost is $5. For more
information on the various
dates, call (386) 506-3042.
*Chuck Henderson: This
mellow soul musician will
perform from 6-8 p.m. at
Brooklyn Ice Caf6, 4649
Clyde Morris Blvd., Unit 601,
entrance off of Herbert
Street. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 322-3306.
*Baked fish dinner: The
Veterans of Foreign Wars
Ladies Auxiliary Post 4250,
2350 Sunset Drive, New
Smyrna Beach, will present
food and entertainment.
The dish of choice is baked
fish. Cost is $6 for fish and
$7 for shrimp. A combo
meal includes French fries,
hush puppies, dessert and
coleslaw. The public may
attend. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 423-1789.
*Joe Caruso New
Orleans Blues band: The
Joe Caruso New Orleans
Blues band will perform at
9 p.m. at the Peanuts
Restaurant & Sports Bar,
421 Flagler Ave., New Smyr-
na Beach. The ,public is
invited. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 423-1469.
*Wes Malone and Bob
Wind: These singer-gui-
tarists will perform at 7 p.m.
at HotSpot Coffee Shoppe,
1216 S. Ridgewood Ave.,
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Shrimpfest set for this weekend


Barbecue it, boil it, broil it
or bake it; it's all good


BY JEANNE WILLARD
Staff writer
Listen to Bubba Blue
carefully, and he'll tell
you all ,you need to
know about shrimp.
"You can barbecue it,
boil it, broil it, bake it,
sautee it. There's shrimp
kebabs, shrimp creole,
shrimp gumbo, pan
fried, deep fried, stir
fried.
"There's pineapple
shrimp and lemon
shrimp... shrimp soup,
shrimp stew, shrimp
salad, shrimp and pota-
toes, shrimp burger,
shrimp sandwich..."
Well, you get the idea.
Bubba, the fictional
character from the
blockbuster film "For-
rest Gump," may not be
on hand this weekend,
but many of his fellow
shrimp lovers will be.
Lovers of the tasty
crustacean are expected
to come from far and
wide when Inlet Harbor
Restaurant sponsors its
ninth annual
Shrimpfest.
With shrimp prepared
the way you .like it, live
music and children's
activities, the Ponce
Inlet waterfront restau-
rant will be the place to


be this Friday and Sat-
*urday from 11 a.m. until
6 p.m., sponsors say.
Proceeds from the
event will fund scholar-
ships for students at the
Daytona Beach Com-
munity College Culinary
Institute.
Students will prepare
centerpieces, which will
be judged by local dig-
nitaries. Student teams
will be rated on their
shrimp dishes, includ-
ing presentation, taste
and creativity. Judging
and awards will take
place Sunday at 4:30
p.m.
Events planned
include face painting, a
shrimp toss, crab races
and limbo contests.
Inlet Harbor restau-
rant is celebrating its
tenth anniversary this
year. The restaurant fea-
tures waterfront dining,
serving fresh seafood on
an all-weather deck
with live music and
dancing.

Inlet Harbor Restau-
rant is located at 133
Inlet Harbor Road,
Ponce Inlet. For more
information call (386)
767-5590.

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STAR SCOPES
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Week of 04-20-07

Aries-March 21-April 19
Mercury in Aries gives you a strong mental boost this
week. When a strong first impression speaks to you
from the inner voice, raise it up, take action and see
positive results happen. Few things can hold you back
when you trust this divine inner guidance. Refuse to
let ego-based people convince you that their ways are
best You know. You were born with the gift of strong
instincts, heart and follow through. This is what makes,
you the leader of the zodiac.

Taurus-April 20-May 20
This is your time of the year to shine. The sun is in
your sign. Now is the time to move your main projects
forward. It's time to make your causes known. You '
can't change the past. What is done is done. You can
sow new seeds and help them grow. You can do this.


You are Taurus, the strong earth. No one in the zodiac
is more grounded and capable of getting things done
than you. Follow through on the desires in your heart
and you will be amazed at what you create.

Gemini-May 21-June 21
The moon and Venus are in your sign now. Both of
these influence the heart and feelings. The message is
to do what you love and leave other things alone right
now. There is a season for everything. Emotional well-
being is the foundation for creative, spiritual and per-
sonal growth. You are the great communicator. Let
your family, associates and friends know what makes
you happy. Reach out and ask for help when needed.
Now everyone reaps the harvest of your passion.

Cancer-June 22-July 22
Life continues to go so well that occasional challenges
are met with ease. Your wonderful heart and proven
track record is well established. Few if any snags
encountered on the road of life will have much bear-
ing on the final results of your life. Why? Because you
think and plan ahead. You create new causes and
have an inner sense of the outcomes. You do this so
naturally. Maybe all the rest of us in your zodiac family
need to take lessons.

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and resume your creative life. Make new plans. Write
them down and affirm them out loud every day and
you will feel a surge of new hope and inspiration that
has been restricted since the holidays of the past year.
Your spirit is free at last What you do with this creative
freedom is up to you. The universal power wants you
to honor it, family and work in that order.

Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept.22
Do something nice for someone everyday. Do it first
This sets the mood and tone for everything else.
When you are psyched up and feeling good, life flows
easier. This is do-able for you because of your strong
human values. Sometimes others around you may
not show you the respect you give them. These divine
human virtues are so ingrained in you that it's a chal-
lenge to try to understand why others can't be the
same way. Forgiveness is needed when this happens.
You have it in you.

Libra-Sept 23-Oct. 22
You deserve the best in life because you give the best.
Your good judgment is the talk of the zodiac. If it isn't
fair for everyone you don't want to be involved. This is
your greatest asset The others are love of family, loyal-
ty and compassion. Each sign has it's own characteris-
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Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m. at the
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Daytona Beach. An open
mic session will also take
place. There is no cover
charge. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 236-0518.

SATURDAY, APRIL 21
*Blood drive: The Ameri-
can Legion Post 270 will
host a blood drive from 9
a.m.-2 p.m. Donors will


receive a free slice of key
lime pie from the Inlet Har-
bor restaurant, a T-shirt and
admission for Gatorland
Bogo and for Club Red. The
event will take place at 119
Howes St., Port Orange. For
more information, call (386)
788-6800.
*Jazz festival: There will
be a two-day educational
jazz festival from 10 a.m.-10
p.m., Friday, April 20 and
Saturday, April 21. The Lake-
side jazz festival is a show-
case of middle school, high


school, university jazz bands
and jazz combos. Adjudica-
tors will critique each band
for a 30-minute session
after their stage perform-
ance. More than 40 jazz
bands will perform. Headlin-
er jazz bands for the evening
performances include: the
Florida State University Jazz
Ensemble 1, University of
North Florida Jazz Band,
Stetson University Jazz Band
and The United States Navy
Jazz Band-Southeast.The
event will take place at Ken


Parker Performing Arts
Amphitheater, 1000 City
Center Circle, Port Orange.
For more information visit
the Web site at
www.lakesidejazz.org.
*Cruisin' Destination
Daytona: Cruisin' Destina-
tion Daytona returns to the
local automotive scene on
the third Saturday of every
month. The free event
begins at 3 p.m. The "Cool
Customs" theme, originally
scheduled for the February
cruise, has been resched-
uled as the theme for the
April cruise. All custom cars
will be honored with special
parking. Awards will be pre-
sented to the coolest cus-
tom and the best-designed
custom and the "Low Lid"
award will be presented to
the best-chopped top cus-
tom. There will be music, a
food court, the Pig Stand
Barbecue restaurant, the
Saints & Sinners Pub and all
of the amenities of Bruce
Rossmeyer's Destination
Daytona. Destination Day-
tona is located at Interstate
95 and U.S. 1 IExit 273) in
Ormond Beach. For more
information, call (386) 316-
5596 or (386) 437-9996.
+Fly fishing seminar: The
Mid Coast Fly Fishers will
have an open house semi-
nar from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. This
free event will help partici-
pants learn about: tie flies,
fly rods, reels, cast fly lines,
knot tying, leaders, tippets,
rod building, wade fishing,
kayaking and boating. There
also will be demonstrations,
video presentations and
photographs to help build
skills. Refreshments will be
available. The Mid Coast Fly
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Fishers is an educational
and mentoring group of
local anglers who promote
the art of fly-fishing. The
event will take place at 471
Old Mission Road, New
Smyrna Beach. For more
information, call (386) 405-
3800 or (386) 672-5041.
*Turtle day: The Marine
Science Center will host its
fifth annual Turtle Day "Sav-
ing our Seas," from 10 a.m.
to 3 p.m. The county will cel-
ebrate animal rehabilitation
and raise awareness about
the marine life and the envi-
ronment. The free event
includes: live music by The
Loggerheads, educational
lectures by various biolo-
gists, crafts for children,
educational displays by
environmental organiza-
tions, face painting, food,
and a book signing by New
York Times best-selling
author, Mary Alice Monroe.
MSC staff plans the beach-
side release of seabirds and
turtles at 3 p.m., at Winter
Haven Park, 4589 S. Atlantic
Ave., Ponce Inlet. Michelle
Bauer and Chris Wise, MSC
rehabilitation specialists,
will lead the releases of
three turtles and three birds.
Visitors can tour the Marine
Science Center exhibit
gallery. The gallery features
a various habitat displays
from mangroves to a 5,000-
gallon saltwater aquarium.
The event will take place at
100 Lighthouse Drive, Ponce
Inlet. For more information,
on times and dates, call
(386) 304-5545 or visit the


Web site at www.marine-
sciencecenter.com.
*Yolanda Adams in con-
cert: Yolanda Adams will
perform at 7 p.m. at the
Mary McLeod Bethune Per-
forming Arts Center, 698 W.
International Speedway
Blvd., Daytona Beach. Tick-
ets cost $50-$125. For more
information, call (386) 481-
2774.
*Karaoke contest: There
will be a karaoke contest
from noon- 4 p.m. The con-
test will take place at the
Dickerson Center, 308 S. Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.,
Daytona Beach. For more
information, call (386) 738-
3700.
*John Mulligan: This
acoustic guitarist will per-
form music from the 1960s
from 7:30-10:30 p.m. at
Brooklyn Ice Cafe, 4649
Clyde Morris Blvd., Unit 601,
entrance off of Herbert
Street. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 322-3306.
*Historical Trust trolley
tour: Tour introduces partici-
pants to more than 30 his-
torical buildings and sites
that have made Ormond
Beach what it is today. The
climate-controlled trolley
makes stops at the Fairchild
Oak and the Three Chim-
neys Sugar Mill Ruins. Tour
will begin at 9:30 a.m. at
The Casements parking lot,
25 Riverside Drive, Ormond
Beach. Cost for adults is $15,
seniors (65 and older) is
$13.50, children ages 5-12 is
$5. Reservations are
required. For more informa-
tion, call the Trust office at
(386) 677-7005.

SUNDAY, APRIL 22

*Paco Pefia in Flamenco


concert: Central Florida Cul-
tural Endeavors will cele-
brate Earth Day with a con-
cert performance by
guitarist and flamenco mas-
ter Paco Pefia. The Bel
Canto singers and the
Spruce Creek High School
Vocal Ensemble will join
Pefia on stage. Judson
Rodgers also will perform
his latest work, "Requiem
Flamenco In Praise of the
Earth." The Earth Day con-
cert will take place at 7:30
p.m. at the News-Journal
Center, 221 N. Beach St.,
Daytona Beach. Pefia's
Requiem Flamenco is a
show of flamenco music, a
sound stemming from a folk
tradition of the southern
Spain region. Written by
Penia himself, the piece fol-
lows the traditional form of
the Requiem Mass, includ-
ing almost in its entirety the
"Dies Irae" poem, which has
been adapted to flamenco
songs. Tickets cost $30 and
$42. For more information,
contact the CFCE Box office
at (866) 849-0731 or stop
by 212 S. Beach St. in Day-
tona Beach or visit the Web
site at www.fif-lsoorg.
*Enchanted Walkabout:
There will be an enchanted
walkabout from 1-3 p.m., at
Dunlawton Sugar Mill Gar-
dens, Port Orange. Connect
with the faeries,tree people,
gnomes, pixies and other
characters of the realm. Dis-
cover tree faces, eyes of
Merlin, fairy doors, portals,
the enchanted tree and the
wisdom tree of the gardens.
Learn how to talk to the
flower devas and elemen-
tals. The cost is $25 for
adults, $5 for children


between the ages of 7-15.
For more information or to
R.S.V.P., call (407) 880-1331
or visit the Web site at
http://www.enchantedwalk-
abouts.com.
*Beach cleanup: The
Volusia Flagler Surfrider
Chapter will host a beach
cleanup at 9 a.m. on Earth
Day, Sunday, April 22 at Sun
Splash Park. There will be a
short pre-cleanup kick-off.
Essentials and coffee will be
provided. Participants
should wear a white T-shirt.
There will also be a meet-
and-greet following the
cleanup at the Ocean Deck.
The cleanup will take place
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benefit the community chil-
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exhibitions and a planned
classroom expansion. The
evening will include an auc-
tion and dinner catered by
Outback Steakhouse,
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jewelry, vacation getaways,
spa treatments and fine din-
ing opportunities. Cost is
$175 per couple. For more
information, call (386) 676-
3347.
+Robert Lewis presents:
This concert will begin at 8
p.m. followed by an open
jam at the Peanuts Restau-
rant & Sports Bar, 421 Fla-
gler Ave., New Smyrna
Beach. The public is invited.
For more information, call
(386) 423-1469.

MONDAY, APRIL 23

*Afternoon at the
movies: The Port Orange
Regional Library will present
a movie at 3 p.m. in the
library auditorium, 1005 City
Center Circle. For the movie
title or more information,
call (386) 322-5152.
+Poetry night: The South
Daytona Department Parks
and Recreation presents the
Tomoka poets from 7-9 p.m.
There will be poetry readings
and an open mic. The event
will take place at the Piggotte
Community Center, 504 Big
Tree Road. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 304-7440.

TUESDAY, APRIL 24

*Spring dance socials:
There will be a spring dance
social at 1 p.m. at the Sica
Hall Senior Center, 1065
Daytona Ave., Holly Hill.
There will be live music from
the Vagabonds. Light
refreshments will be served
and prizes will be given. The
cost is $3.50 at the door. For
more information, call (386)
236-2997.


WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25

*Film screening sched-
uled: There will be a free
film screening on '60s
experimental cinema at 7
p.m. The event will take
place in the museum gal-
!eries, Building 100, on the
Daytona Beach Community
College campus, 1200 W.
International Speedway
Blvd., Daytona Beach. For
more information, call (386)
506-4475 or (386) 506-
3080.
*Bingo: Sica Hall is now
offering bingo at 1 p.m.
every Wednesday. Refresh-
ments will be served and
door prizes will be given.
Sica Hall Senior Center is
located at 1065 Daytona
Ave., Holly Hill. For more
information, call (386) 236-
2997.
*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 neigh-

borhoods in and around
Granada Boulevard, River-
side Drive and John Ander-
son Drive with a knowledge-
able tour guide. The tour will
begin at 10 a.m. at the
Trust's MacDonald House
Welcome Center, 38 E.
Granada Blvd., Ormond
Beach. Tour-goers 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 or $8 for
seniors (65 and older), and
advance reservations are
required. To reserve tickets
or for more information, call
(386) 677-7005.
+Music Clinic: Don Race
will host a music clinic from
7-9 p.m. This event will help
participants learn something
different from the music
pros every Wednesday. No
cover. The event will take
place at HotSpot Coffee
Shoppe, 1216 S. Ridgewood
Ave., Daytona Beach. For
more information, call (386)
236-0518.

THURSDAY, APRIL 26

*Pirates perform: This
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Pork, Italian noodle pie, 15 bean soup


Hello smart shop-
pers, hope you had
a good week.
Check out my Mother's
Day cookbook special at
the end of the column.
Today's column will give
you my family's Easter
noodle pie and then it's all
about pork, "the other
white meat."
Pork is considered a low-
fat meat. Roast loin of
pork, boneless pork roast
and narrow boneless pork
tenderloin has no more fat
than a chicken thigh.
When I say pork, am I
talking about ribs or
sausage? Of course not.
But you already knew that.
Loin of pork is often on
sale. Did you ever notice
how much more expen-
sive pork chops are
compared to a loin of
pork? I wonder where
those chops came from?
Aha, I know, from a pork
loin. If you want chops,
buy a loin of pork and ask
the butcher to cut it into
chops. The price doesn't
change.
If you want double pork
chops to stuff, the price is
even higher, but if you ask
the butcher to cut double
chops from a loin, the
price stays the same.
A narrow, bonelesspork
tenderloin (long, slender
piece of meat usually in a
Cryovac package) is the
lowest-fat cut of pork
followed by a boneless
pork loin.
Buy a boneless pork loin
when it's on sale and ask
the butcher to cut it up
into roasts or chops. You
can do it yourself if you
buy a kitchen scale that
goes up to 10 pounds. You
can also make pork
cutlets.
The problem I have
found with a (bone in)
pork loin is the way they
hack the bones apart at
the bottom of the roast,
supposedly to facilitate
easy slicing when the roast
is done. It never works,
and you find yourself
ruining the roast.
Make your life easier; ask
the butcher to do three
things for you.
Trim most of the fat.
Cut the roast into
chops.
Tie it back up so it
looks like the original.
When the meat is done,
simply cut the strings and
your roast is already
sliced.
If you've tried roasting a
pork tenderloin before,
you have found it cannot
be cooked by using
conventional methods
without overcooking. And
making gravy is a near


impossibility.
I've come up with a fool-
proof, fast method.
Dinner on the table in less
than 30 minutes.
Also, there is nothing
better than 15- or 16-bean
soup, especially on a chilly
day. The beans come in a
plastic package, but one
brand has a wonderfully
different recipe that you
must have.
You can add a ham bone,
chunks of ham, a smoked
turkey leg or low-fat
smoked sausages,
chopped. A ham hock,
although high fat can also
be used.
Vegetarian style is also
good, just don't use the
enclosed packet of ham
seasoning.
Enjoy, see you next week!

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drain, add 2 quarts of
water. Add meat. Bring to
a boil and simmer uncov-
ered 2-1/2 to 3 hours,
stirring occasionally.
Add onion, tomatoes,
chili powder, juice and
garlic.
Add salt and pepper to
taste. Simmer for 30
minutes or until all is
tender.

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Crisco shortening
Grease a 9- x 12-inch
baking pan. Boil noodles
in lightly salted water until
al dente. Drain and place
in pan.
Beat remaining ingredi-
ents together, and mix
into noodles. Dab with
several tablespoons
Crisco. Bake at 350
degrees E for one hour
until set and top is a
crusty golden brown.
Cut in squares and serve
warm.

LOIN OF PORK
Serves 4

2-1/2 to 3 pounds pork
loin roast, boneless or
bone-in
Garlic powder
Salt and pepper
Ground marjoram
(optional)


c1tin. ine Rub meat all over with a
ires Crisco
, which has sprinkling of the spices.
d since1911. h Roast in a pan on a rack
id since 1911. in a 325-degree E oven,
time lard was allowing 35 minutes per
pound. If you prefer your
angel hair pasta pork slightly pink, shorten
cooking time to 30 min-
rated Pecorino utes a pound.
cheese When roast is done,
taste remove to a platter and
prepare the gravy.
Add about 1/2 cup water
to pan and heat, scraping
up all browned drippings.
Pour into saucepan,
defatting with ice cubes.
When chilled, remove
remaining cubes and fat
with a slotted spoon.
Thicken gravy with a
little flour and water
shaken together in a jar.
If necessary, season with
powdered bullion and add
more color with Gravy
Master.
For a boneless roast,
slice thin. Serve with
applesauce.

NARROW BONELESS
PORK ROAST

Time the roast according
to size.
A 2-1/4 pound narrow
roast will feed five gener-
ously.
You must use a metal,
not a glass, roasting pan.
The glass will crack at the
temperature we will be
t using.
ders" Sprinkle roast with salt,
pepper and garlic powder.
Broil meat on all sides
until it is nice and dark
brown. This procedure
will seal in the juices and
give you a wonderful base
for a gravy.
Preheat oven to 425-
degrees E Roast meat for
12 to 13 minutes a pound.
Remove to serving platter
and prepare gravy as
directed in Loin of Pork
recipe.

APPLELICIOUS
PORK MEDALLIONS
(NIB)
Regular and low-fat
Serves 4

Pork tenderloin is an
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a sale. I purchased some


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Heralded pitcher makes home debut


BY ANITA BEVINS
Sports writer
In his first two outings
on the mound for the
Daytona Cubs, Chicago's
fifth-round draft pick
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The 36-year-old may be
finished playing football,
but he's not done with the
game.
"My dream is to be a col-
lege football coach,"
Matthews said in an inter-
view. "And Kerwin Bell, who
is th4ehead coach at Jack-
sonville University, has-
been trying to persuade me
to come over and help out
on a part-time basis. I'm
leaning toward doing that
to get my feet wet a little bit.
"Eventually, I want to
start coaching quarterbacks
somewhere, become an
offensive coordinator and
then become a head
coach."
The position isn't full-
time. It's not even a paying
gig. But it is a homecoming
of sorts for Matthews, and a
place where he can build
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system he understands.
"Kerwin was a graduate
assistant when I played
under (Steve) Spurrier, and
everywhere he has gone,
he has run Spurrier's sys-
tem," Matthews said. "He
has been very successful. I
think that it is very impor-
tant that if you are going to
work for someone, you
have to believe what they
are teaching. I believe 100
percent of what Kerwin
Bell does at Jacksonville
University. It's what I
believe in; it's what I did,
and what I would teach."
Bell may be doing more
than implementing Spurri-
er's system. He may be
recreating it. If Matthews
decides to give up his regu-
lar rounds of golf to coach
at Jacksonville, he will
reunite with another famil-
iar face. Ernie Mills, who
caught Matthews' first long
pass at Florida, coaches
receivers for the Dolphins.
"I remember Spurrier
coming into the locker
room before the game
(against Oklahoma State)
and saying, 'Shane, what


do you want to start with?'
I said, 'Coach, let's throw a
screen pass, get a little
rhythm going,' and he's
like, 'Shoot no, we're throw-
ing it downfield.' So the
first play, we draw Ernie
Mills in motion and hit him
on about a 35-yardcLpass,-
-ecompleteabiout two more
and before you know it,
Dexter McNabb scores
from one yard out."
That drive began the
Spurrier era, and launched
more than a few football
careers.
Matthews still talks to the
'ole ball coach, even golfs
with him on occasion. If
the job at Jacksonville Uni-
versity works out, and if
Spurrier has an opening on
his staff, Matthews would
like to head to South Car-
olina someday to coach the
"Fun 'N Gun."
"I know football as well
as anybody. People look
and say I don't have any
experience coaching. But I
have been playing football
since I was 5 years old. My
dad was a coach and I was
coached by the best guy
anywhere, in my opinion,
Spurrier. I love his coach-
ing methods and the way
he goes about doing
things," Matthews said.
Matthews became a star
under coach Spurrier, lead-
ing the Gators to their first
official Southeaster Con-
ference championship in
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There is an elite group of
athletes in this area
preparing for a national
competition. They are
undefeated in the regular
season, have won several
tournaments and have one
of the nation's top players
on their team.
And you've probably
never heard of them.
They are the Lady Eagles,
a band of pony-tailed
young girls from Port
Orange and Ormond
Beach who have drilled,
dribbled and dunked their
way to the top of their
sport. Quietly.
"Girls' sports just don't
get as much attention as
boys'," said Coach Don
Anderson, "and it's not
right, because they are
tremendous athletes and
they work very hard."
Fortunately the girls,
who attend either Hinson
Middle School in Ormond
Beach or Creekside or Sil-
ver Sands middle schools
in Port Orange don't play
for the glory, but for the
love of the game, Mr.
Anderson said.
The Lady Eagles are a
United States Specialty
Sports Association 14 and


under, grade 8 basketball
team.
The USSSA has been
around for almost 40 years
and runs leagues in several
sports in every state. The
Eagles are ranked No. 2
(out of 188 teams) by the
USSSA and have qualified
for the national champi-
onship in Tampa this July.
On a makeshift court in a
warehouse behind the air-
port, with a fake crowd of
people (it's wallpaper)
silently cheering them on,
the girls prepare them-
selves for their upcoming
tournaments. They run
drills under the direction
of Anderson and assistant
coach and team sponsor
Rick Hubbard of TruGreen.
Neither of them can give
specific reasons for the
team's success.
"You can teach skills, but
you can't teach athleti-
cism," Mr. Anderson said,
"and they're all just great
athletes."
Mr. Hubbard says one of
their secret weapons may
actually be their lack of
size and young age (two
team members are only
11).
"They (opponents) see
these little people walk out
onto the court and don't
think much," he said.


Photo courtesy of the Lady Eagles
The Lady Eagles, a group of 14 and under basketball players from Port Orange and Ormond Beach, are undefeated in
the regular season. They have captured several titles and have the nation's No. 2 player on their team. Taking a timeout
from practice, the girls pose in front of a fake crowd of fans (it's wallpaper).


"Then we go out and give it
to them."
In the Eagles' division,
players can be as old as 16
as long as their still in
eighth grade.
Another secret to suc-
cess may be the girls'
chemistry, both on and off
the court.
"Most of us were friends
before we started playing
basketball," said team
member Gina Colubiale,
14. "So it's fun to get to play
with them."
After practice, they are a
gaggle of giggling
teenagers.
They pull ponytails and
rib each other about boys.
And while they say they
play basketball just


because it's fun, they are
serious about the game.
Most of the girls also
play on their school teams
so much of their time is
spent on the court.
The team's most valu-
able player probably is
Cassie Peoples, who was
ranked t No. 2 in the nation
last year by Adidas.
Thel4-year-old Creek-
side eighth-grader has
received letters of interest
from Duke, Notre Dame
and Vanderbilt. Anderson
calls her "the real deal" but
stresses that the Eagles
work as a team.
"It's a combined effort by
everyone," Mr. Anderson
said. "They are all warriors
on the court."


Time creeps up on all golfers eventually


Time has a way of
speeding past with-
out us even taking
notice.
Every once in a while,
Father Time jumps in and
shows us just how quickly it
passes. Never in my life has
he shown me this quite as
well as during the past
month.
It started a few weeks back
when I attended the cere-
mony to open Santa Lucia
River Club at Ballantrae in
Port St. Lucie.
Golf's greatest player, Jack
Nicklaus, was on-hand to
cut the ribbon, hit a cere-
monial tee shot and
schmooze with the club's
members and us media folk.
The Golden Bear no
longer plays competitively.
By his own admission, he
tees it up only once or twice
a month at the most.
"All these years that peo-
ple have wanted to play like
me. Now they do," he said. "I
can't hit the ball hard
enough to keep it in the air
anymore."
The sparkle we used to
see in his eye when an eagle
or birdie putt would fall
gracefully into the cup is still
present. It shows up the very
moment you ask him about
his latest course designs. He
lights up just like that Sun-
day in 1986 at Augusta
National when he made
every possible shot on the
back nine to win his sixth,
and final, green jacket.


JAMES STAMMER
Golf columnist


With the rise in capitalism
in Eastern Europe, a bevy of
fantastic sights on which to
build a golf course have
opened up. He spoke of a
sight where the course will
run along a cliff that drops
off into the sea.
As we spoke I could feel
Father Time breathing over
my shoulder.
Here I was talking with the
greatest golfer ever, a man I
watched win many majors
and change the game in my
lifetime, and he was speak-
ing of fishing, and course
design, not of hitting a golf
ball.
Before Nicklaus, there was
Arnold Palmer. No matter
how much time passes,
Arnie will always be in our
hearts and will always be
"The King." I can remember
as a young child roaming
the grounds at The Masters
collecting autographs on
practice round Tuesdays.


Back then Palmer was one
of the favorites to win the
tournament and Nicklaus
was just beginning his ram-
page on the record book.
A couple years ago, Arnie
hung up his clubs with
regard to playing as a past
champion every year at
Augusta. This year, he took
up the club's offer to
become the sixth ceremoni-
al starter in Masters' history.
This past Sunday, my
father and I watched the
replay of Arnie hitting that
ceremonial tee shot. They
played it just before begin-
ning the final round's cover-
age.
Once again I felt Father
Time in the room.
It was a truly bittersweet
moment watching Arnie
kick off the 2007 Masters.
While it was nice to see
such an honor bestowed
upon our sport's most
beloved figure, it was sad to
know that his game's ability
to thrill crowds with fantas-
tic shots and bravado is no
longer there.
Arnie is the reason my
father took up golf and then
passed the game, along with
all of its virtues, to me.
The game that allows us
to, quite literally, play until
the day we die, has passed
my heroes by.
Jack is designing more
and more, Arnold has
become a ceremonial
starter and my true hero no
longer plays.
Although he was never a


great player, my father loves
this game. Now at 84, his
body no longer allows him
to enjoy playing the game.
Instead, he watches a few
rounds on television and
enjoys hearing about my
rounds on the links.
My 13-year-old son, Paul,

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Lately, there has been a
huge hatch of blue
crabs throughout our
area. North of Granada, it's
hard to avoid stepping on a
wading angler. The scurry-
ing crustaceans are the size
of a quarter. It was the best
hatch I have seen in years.
This will bode well for the
crabbers, both professional
and recreational. It should
provide a bonanza for
those of us who live to
catch red fish.
Reds love nothing better
than a tasty blue crab
snack, and you can be sure
that somehow the word
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marine environment. I
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Maybe there is a piscato-
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to the fish but however it is
done, rest assured that
shortly we will have great
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one of those little crabs,
and you can't go wrong.
The soft-shell variety
would be the best if you
can find them.
As a rule, baby crabs hug
the shoreline, because they
instinctively know that
danger lurks in the depths.
They also will seek the
protection of an oyster bar.
Optimum fishing time
would, therefore, be high
tide, when the big reds will


DAN SMITH
Inshore fishing

have enough water to get to
their shore hugging lunch.
Cast your crab or jig to
shore and ease it along,
taking care to work all


oyster reefs.
At low tide, you will be
better off fishing the
deeper holes. Big reds
retreat to the depths at
extreme low tide to join
their cousin, the black
drum, which are equally
enamored with a small
crab.
Hooking up with a black
drum in the deepwater is
an unforgettable experi-
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drum are "brute force." A
5- pounder on light tackle
will give you a great
workout.
The black drum is the
Jeep of fish a utilitarian
in design and tenacious


of personality. Once they
are hooked, they will begin
a series of acrobatics, that
would make a porpoise
proud, all the while right on
the bottom. With your rod
bent double, it will send up
only the occasional slick
spot (footprint) to let you
know that it is not yet ready
to join you topside.
This type of deep-water
fishing is a perfect time to
use chum. The best way to
chum is to begin by
anchoring your boat off the
front.
Use a mesh bag of crab
that you have pulverized
with a hammer. Tie the
bag to the anchor line and
the chum will follow back


to the boat in the current.
How much anchor line you
let out will depend upon
the amount of tidal flow
you are experiencing. You
will get the hang of it by
trial-and-error.
For some reason, chum
fascinates kids, so if you
bring one along you may
be able to dub them
"chum mate" and allow
yourself to concentrate on
the fishing.

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


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justice. Your deep insights into
truth continue to amaze even
your closest friends. You are
such a strong force to be reck-
oned with.

Scorpio-Oct 23-Nov. 21
Pay a lot of attention to details
right now. It is better to be over
prepared than under. This starts
with creating new causes and
then developing them in
advance. When it comes time
to act on the plan, success is
guaranteed because of paying
attention to and taking care of
the details first. Now, let your
actions speak for you more
than your words when others
want to know how you make
all these exciting things hap-
pen. You are truly magical.

Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec.21
The secrets and mysteries of
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to you. Why? Because you con-
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inspirations and set them free.
You have the power within to
overcome any challenge when
you surrender your will to the
higher will and let it work
through you and for you. Con-
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power and the universe will
continue to multiply it for the
higher good of all concerned.

Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19
The desire for a new and better
world lives so strongly in your
heart You are the bringer of the
New Year. You are the hope
and promise for a better tomor-
row as well as today. Your inner
strength is legion and so well
known. You are a humanitarian
first You love life and children.
Your heart sings when you see
the young understanding the
truth of life living in your heart
This zest and passion will con-
tinue to grow and inspire you in
ways you haven't seen yet


Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18
Continue to maintain your
present routines and the uni-
verse will continue to move
and evolve you toward your
highest dreams and aspirations.
You were born with an inex-
haustible supply of creativity,
heart and goodwill to others.
This good nature in turn wants
to bless you and bring you life's
greatest rewards. Your attitude
is "there is plenty for all" Fear is
not in your vocabulary. Your
awesome upbeat attitude is so
needed in this world. You were
the one chosen to provide it

Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20
You have so much belief in the
power and potential of the
human spirit Your faith is
unlimited. Your trust and
patience in others and life is a
tremendous example of living
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has a genuine affection for
the game. I look forward to
us playing together for
many years to come. His
maternal grandfather can
even join us. It's the greatest
trait of our game.
These past few weeks
have been difficult for me.
I've realized just how quick-
ly time does go by and I
know that I should have
enjoyed the journey more
than I have.
I just hope and pray that
Father Time doesn't breathe
over my son's shoulder any-
time soon and leave him
with only the memories of
our playing days gone by.
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A/C SYSTEM: 2.5 ton
Rheem SEER 10 COM-
PRESSOR & cooling coil.
$150 386-258-8122 VC
AB LOUNGE: Lk new. w/
instr. book & vhs tape
$60. Had surgery. Can't
use 386-673-8679 VC
AC UNIT 14000 btu 220
volt $20. Bicycle 16"
$10. Stereo $20. Call
386-322-4685 SD
ACCENT TABLE wash-
ed oak, 2 shelf glass
front, light can e-mail pic
$75. 386-566-6950 PO
ANTIQ. BARBER CHAIR
1920's Gr. Cond.
$75/obo. Display case,
$45. 386-424-9240 NSB
BAR STOOLS 2 white
$25, chandelier new $40,
tool box w/tools$25
386-767-7477
BED twin frame, box
spring & matt $85.
386-441-6968 OB


BED SET 4 pc end ta-
ble, hdboard, dresser,
mirror $35. GE 2cu refrig
$35. 386-416-0249 Edge
BICYCLE new ladies
huffy cruiser $60.
386-238-8277 SD
BICYCLE: LADIES Ven-
ture. Easy comfort ride. 2
mos. old. Lke new. $175
386-761-0197 VC
BIKE mongoose hand
made alum frame moun-
tain bike $175. OBO
386-322-2309 PO
BIKE suburban schwinn
$35. AB lounger 2 w/ vid-
eo $75. 386-322-5268 PO
BIKE JACKET black
leather mens sz 40 never
worn $75. 386-345-1179
Edgewater
BIKE RACK graber
hitch mount 1-3 bikes exc
cond. $50. 386-672-1009
OB
BOAT PROP 23 pitch
marc-cruiser stainless
steel prop $70.
321-229-7644 OB
BOOKS pictorial hist of
2nd WW 8 hard cover
books like new $50.
386-761-6801 PO
BUG ZAPPER $20.
ladder 8 $20. shredder
$20. hoover vac cost $
sell $60. 386-788-7402
CABINET- Blonde
w/shelves for books, etc.
58 long x 16 deep x 33"
high. $12. 386-767-2144
CABINETS-White, Kitch-
en. $100 takes all. Under
the cab. microwave incld.
386-760-5570 PO
CAMERA 1950 ansco
w/ flash lamp $85. post-
cards 40'S to 70'S $1.00
each 386-672-8741 OB


CAMERA: CANON
AF35mm Auto focus with
manual and extra lenses.
386-424-9312 VC
CAPTAIN'S CHAIR -
from camper/van seat
belt, hardware, It brown
$48. 386-677-1324 OB
CAT LITTER box w waste
trays $25. comp chair
$10. chair pads (4) aqua
grn $10. 386-760-4528
CEDAR CHEST walnut
1940 waterfall $125.
small color tv $15.
386-334-4735 PO
CHAIRS 2 Pinl/2Green
Brocade overstuffed high
back chairs w/claw feet.
$150. 386-852-2499 HH
COFFEE TABLE & 2 end
tables washed oak good
cond $150. 386-673-5334
OB
COFFEE/TEA POT -
New Ceramic Noritake
w/lids. Victory Blue. Firm
$50.386-615-1200 OB
COINS: U.S. mint. 21
sets (p&d) '68-'90. Orig.
package. 386-788-4350
COMPUTER DESK "L"
shape, 2 drawers, cup-
board, Hutch, woodgrain
look. $125 386-437-3352
COMPUTER DESK -
large corner desk good
cond. $75. 386-427-9474
Edgewater
COMPUTER IBM 19"
monitor reformatted to org
fact set sev programs
$175. 386-677-4999
COMPUTER: DELL 512
mb cd/rw dvd rom 15in
mon. all bik. $175 VC
386-428-5783
COMPUTER: HP Pavil-
lion XL753 Windows ME
MS2000 Softwr $150
386-423-1715 Edgwtr


COUCH bright yellow
white flowers no stains or
damage 86" $100.
386-423-4699 Edgewater
COUCH- Chair & otto-
man, leather. Hunter gr.
Very nice. First $195 for
all. 386-760-1891 PO
CRYSTAL STEMWARE
princess house 16 pc val-
ued at $200. sell $60.
386-852-8289 SD
DELPHI ELVIS PLATES
- 5 w/ certificates 1989
series $100.
386-671-9974 OB
DESKS (2) One is com-
puter work station. $15
each/obo. 386-871-1959
Ormond Beach.
DINING ROOM set: All
wd. Rnd. tbl. w/ 4 high bk
chrs, 2 Cap. chrs. Lg. leaf
$140 386-233-3984 VC
DINING TABLE rnd
wood w 2 boards $25.
386-676-1304 OB
DINING TABLE With 6
chairs. Medium oak.
$100. 386-760-1545 PO
DINING TABLE:
Wrought iron set with
wood top and seats. $75
772-664-6043 VC
DINNERWARE: VIN-
TAGE Franciscan Apple
pattern. (4) complete sets
$150 386-767-2617 VC
DISHES antique sher-
wood by syracuse Blue
Laurel" serves 8 $185.
386-673-3179 OB
DRYER Electric. May-
tag Performa in very
good cond. White, $50.
386-527-5788
ELECTRIC RANGE -
whirlpool white very good
cond. $125.
410-330-9412 NSB


ELECTRIC STOVE: Hot-
point. Almond w/ blk gis
frnt. Grt. cond. Stnis cvrs.
$75 386-761-3213 VC
EXERCISE BIKES (2)
Full body push type $35
ea. 386-566-3065 VC
FILE CABINET 5 draw-
er, Steelcase, Vertical,
Grey. Can deliver. $60.'
386-290-2221 VC
FISH TANK 64 gin w/
pump, heater and other
items $150.
305-394-8752 OB
GENERATOR Portable.
New, in box, 2300 watt.
$195. 386-760-1891 PO
GLASS TOP TABLES -
Beveled glass, 3-piece
set, $200. 772-634-2113
GOLF CLUBS lad. hip-
po driver 380 graph. $30.
mens king cobra 440 R
flex $75. 386-304-0498 '
HYDROLIC JACKS 2.
$30 for both.
386-763-1521 S. Dayto-
na
JACKET: DALE Earn-
hardt #3 1996 Chase.
100% Cotton. XL. Never
worn $100 386-760-6174
JEFF GORDON #24
JACKET 1996 Chase
jkt., 100% cotton. Sz. XL
$100. 386-760-6174 DB
LAWNMOWER .Cord-
less, elec, recharge. 26",
w/bag & mulcher. $195.
386-322-1059 PO
LAWNMOWER Crafts-
man, 6.5hp self-prop,
plus weed eater & blower
$120. 386-316-9328 PO
LAWNMOWER snapper
21" propelled mulch bag
ex cond. $110.
386-788-1803 SD


LAWNMOWER BRIGGS
& Stratton. $50. Sofabed,
Light floral Lke new. $30
386-344-9115 Edgwtr
LOVE SEAT pretty sw
colors great buy $80.
lamps gry/wht $40. pr
386-423-7599 NSB
MATTRESS twin pillow-
top like. new $80. exer-
cise bike $25.
386-304-2646 DBS
MATTRESS SET qun
$88. dinette $50. bowling
balls/bags $22.
386-767-4511 PO
MEDICAL HOYA I.:.r
ha,-,i, a. pp .3 lin: -I.'I, It.:
$185. 386-:41-..'-- PC.
ORGAN bench w storage
ex con $65. ladies bike
like new $100. mens bike
$20. 386-424-1933 NSB
PATIO BAR 4 swivel
stools & cart steel-green
$200. can del.
386-453-9995 PO
PATIO SET, Black
wrought iron, glass
40x40, 4 high-rise stools,
$100.386-767-3166
PHOTO EQUIPMENT:
Enlarger, Critical focused,
Jam nuts, load cass. plus
$75 386-258-9418 VC
POSTAGE STAMPS- (2)
sheets, 40 a sheet, Elvis
Presley $100 each.
386-761- 4249 PO
POWER RIDE MA-
CHINE- Bollinger. Hardly
used. Pd. $500. now $45.
OBO 386-441-9117 OB
POWER WASHER -
Excell 1500psi, 4 hp gas
turbo washer. $100.
386-427-1563 Edgewater
PRECIOUS MOMENTS-
Orig $65 each. Selling 10
figurines @ $15 ea.
386-761-6704 PO


PROM GOWN Midnight
bl.,petite, pd. $120, $20.
Pentax 35mm camera,
timer.$20. 386-344-9115
PROPELLER -SS Rap-
ture 10.50x13, Yahama,
Merc. $195.
386-760-1891 PO
REED (PUMP) ORGAN -
Mfg. in 1860's in Wood-
stock, Canada. DW Karn
& Co. Owner has history,
music written for reed
organ. Reed puller and
stool. Looking for good
home. 386-672-8525
ROCKING CHAIR -
Cherry wood. $50. Rabbit
cage or crate $10.
386-615-9092 OB
ROLLER BLADES -
Men's sz. 10 rocket 4
blades. In new cond.,
$25.386-589-2680 OB
SAFE/ MATTRESS,
Comb. safe $90, Qu
Btyrest mat, bxspr, frm
$100 386-761-8410 VC
SATELLITE DISH Di-
rect TV. In great shape.
$125. 386-663-7515 NSB
SEWING MACHINE -
Kenmore. Used one
time. Many features.
$195. 386-756-7767 PO
SOFA BED Beige $50.,
Loveseat, It. green. $50.
Sofa w/2cush, soft yellow
brocade. $100.
386-672-8525 OB
SOFA BED: beautiful
soft pastel print with 2
matching pillows. $195.
386-852-8222 VC
STEREO ONKYO: 5
piece with cabinet. Exc.
cond. Loud. Huge skrs,
$150. 386-254-8059 VC
SURFBOARD 7' 3" re-
flex pin tail tri fin exc
cond. $200. firm
386-252-5253 DB


SURFING RODS 2 very
good cond. $ 25. for both
or best offer
386-676-0781 OB
TABLE Glass top, wick-
er & metal with 4 chairs.
$75. 386-760-1891 PO
TICKETS 4 Seaworld
tickets. $200.
386-756-1739 PO
TODDLER BED: Tho-
mas the Tank. With crib
mattress. Built-in toy box.
$175 386-690-8312 VC
TOWELS bath & hand
towels 50/$30. sewing
mat. $12. stuff, animals
25/$10. 386-672-5545
TRUCK TOP- fits '02
Toyota Tundra, fiber-
glass, $200
386-439-6202
TV STAND 36"corner
unit. Black, glass doors.
2 side stor units. $50 OB
386-673-8381
TV'S 26" Admiral
w/remote, $75. New 20"
RCA w/remote, $75.
386-760-1891 PO
WALL UNIT oak w/ tv,
lots of storage like new
$150. 386-677-2748 OB
WELDING MACHINE -
Hobart elec w burning
equip. $175.
386-673-6607 OB
WICKER CHAIR -. $95.
wood rocking chair $75.
child's desk w/storage
$18. 386-428-3123




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COCOA BEACH Ocean
front weekend Getaway!
2br/2ba. 1st fir, close to
shopping. $279,900.
321-806-0420 Owners
are agents. Signature
GMAC Realty Cocoa
Beach.
KENTUCKY 100 acres,
Exc. hunting, farm in-
come $200K. *Also 655
acres w/70ac lake. Beau-
tiful views! Hunting &
fishing. Building site,
*Great Investments*
Owner 270-556-3576

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N. Hutchinson Island
Harbour Isle bldg 34 unit
103. Beautiful riverfront
ICW & Ft. Pierce view.
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$310,000.407-876-41.18


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Satellite Beach Deep
Water Motivated Seller!
*Best Deal*Best View*
Access to Rivers/ Ocean.
Like New! $569,900. Co-
quina Reef Realty Inc.
Debra Stone 321-432-1557
SO. CENTRAL FL Pri-
vate Gated Lakefront
Communitywas $179,000
Now $79,900 1 to 3 Acre
Lake Access. Owner
Must Sell. Call
1-888-320-8399 x 1241


VERO BEACH: Treasure
Coast Isles lbr/lba w/
pool, clubhouse & ocean
access $143,000 or rent
for $750/mo. Please call
772-563-9494






COCOA BEACH 2/2
condo on canal. Walk to
beach, shops & restau-
rants. Sm. slip avail.
$295K. 407-812-9043

DAYTONA BEACH -
PELICAN BAY, Hawks
Landing. 3/3, pool. Beau-
tiful golf course view.
$189,900. Must see! Call
386-334-7501 for appt.


Ashby Cove Estates Hyi 415
Cleared, Dry, Level lot in gated
horse lover's community of
newer homes. Metal storage
bldg. and small pond on site.
Only 20 mins. to NSB. $270,000


DAYTONA BEACH -
FSBO, (already rented for
December- March 2008).
Condo on ocean, 1 BR,
living room, kitchen, all
new, second floor, north
side, next to Sunsplash
Park, south side next to
beach. Prime location,
large L shape pool and
hot tub. $195,000.
859-356-5874.

DAYTONA BEACH
Shores 3-br/3-ba condo.
No drive beach. New unit
fully furnished. Ocean &
river views. Custom
cabinets & tile. Asking
$799,000 912-657-7635

DAYTONA BEACH
Shores Oceanfront Con-
dotel- Sunglow Resort,
FullI 1BR/1BA, newly
remodeled $255,000. On
site rental program avail.
Lorraine Sheldon,
Broker/Owner GHI Realty
386-405-4441

DAYTONA BEACH-
VIEW OF MARINA.
Lease w/option to own.
lbr/lba, 500 S. Beach
Street $625/mo. $625
security, w/s/g, cable incl.
Credit & background
check required. $109K.
Owner financing. Call
386-212-9809

DAYTONA BEACH-
Condo Oceanfront with
seller assisted financ-
ing.... Income producing
rental program. Bonus to
selling realtor. Apply at
www. LarryBruner.com
386-323-7860
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DAYTONA BEACHSIDE
Condo. 2br/1.5ba, Ex.
loc. Washer/dryer, New
windows, Roof only 4
yrs. old, New AC/Elec.
panel. New carpet, fresh
paint. $132K. $3,000
upgrade allowance.
386-383-6717 Angie
FT. PIERCE: Hutchinson
Isl., 1200 Colonnades Dr.
Unit 204, lbr/lba, scrn
porch, utility rm w/
cabinets. Close to tennis,
pool, clbhse & boat dock.
Completely remodeled
Everything new. BEST
DEAL ON THE ISLAND
$85,000. Call Kent
828-712-6566 or e-mail:
kegrohne@hotmail.com
HOLLY HILL- Cedar
Point Brand new, 3 bdrm,
2 bath, w/carport, 1st fir,
great location, Reduced!
$150,000 owner/agent.
Rent to own. Call Curtis
561-718-4010
ORMOND BEACH By
owner. Tower condo. 1/1,
16th fl. 30' Balcony. New
appls. Sleeps 6. Low
main. fees. Oceanfront.
Reduced: was 289,900;
Now $255,000.
404-766-8756


VALUE
TITUSVILLE Quadplex
for sale w/great views!
located on Golf Course.
4 units, fully furnished
incl. W/D. Well main-
tained. New roof.
$425,000 Century 21
Paradise Palms, Ray
Leep 321-453-4325 Cell#
321-759-7745


ORMOND Ocean stu-
dio. Quiet area. Reside,
rent or wkend vac. 300
sqft. Balcony, heated
pool, more. $94,900/obo.
386-344-9115

VERO BEACH Condo,
Tile firs, nice 55+ comm.
updated & ready for new
owners. $79,900 John
king, Realty King Inc.
772-589-3054



A MUST SEE!!!
WEST MELBOURNE -
Lakefront, 4bd/2.5ba/2cg,
3281 total sf, large cus-
tom kitchen, 2 pantries,
30'x10' porch, playground
$307,900. 321-728-0036
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Home Ad # 36754 www.
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Best buy in EDGEWA-
TER. Owner has moved.
3/2, CBS, clean, fenced
yard, garage. 210 Wild-
wood Drive just off Park
Ave. $159,000/obo.
386-478-9566.
COQUINA KEY Or-
mond Beach. Beach-
side near state parks &
Flagler beach for under
$400,000!! Almost new
3/2, 2-CG, family room,
all appls. Beautiful! Newly
landscaped corner lot.
Open floor plan, cathe-
dral ceilings, French
doors to Irg. screened
porch overlooking natural
area. 1 blk to uncrowded
beach and 1 blk to river.
608-345-6779, or
608-215-7379.


DAYTONA Pelican Bay:
Red. $50k, 3yrs new, 3/2/
2, on Water, Golf Course,
2300sq', open Sunday 12
-4pm at 129 Green Heron
Ct. $295K. 386-760-7043
Photos of Home at www.
HometownNewsOL.com
Please See Ad # 38152
DAYTONA BEACH
Beachside. Out of State
Contractor's Home. 3 BR
1.5 BA, New Steel Roof,
Windows, Kitchen, Baha-
ma Shutters, New Ce-
ramic Tile in Kitchen &
Dining Room. Hardwood
throughout Rest of
House. Very beachy,
Corner Lot. 1 Block from
Beach. Maintenance free.
$279,000 or best offer.
217-260-4465.

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BUY or RENT
3BD/2BA remodeled
inside and out. This
beautiful home comes
with or without land.
Owner has outdone
herself on this home,
inside laundry, new
roof, new appliances
and gorgeous cabinets
in the kitchen and bath.
New vinyl and carpet-
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All this and more.
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DAYTONA BEACH 959
Gardenia. Owner finance.
3/1. New appliances.
New air. New hot water
heater. Convenient loca-
tion. $124,000. Rent
$875/mo. 386-547-4693



DELAND Desirable
Long Leaf Plantation. 4/3
mastersrs. Living rm,
Dining rm, Eat in kitchen,
Family rm, fireplace.
Beautiful $375,000.
386-736-1092

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.

MELBOURNE FSBO
Best Price in Live Oak
Subdivision: 3/2 split,
1785 sq ft living, Master
Suite w/ sep. Garden Tub
& Shower, LR/DR/FR,
Designer Touches, Wood
Laminate + much more,
Must See to Believe Val-
ue! $229K. 321-698-1279
Photo of Home at www.
HometownNewsOL.com
Please See Ad # 37503


JUPITER FARMS unique
country home on 1.34
.acres. 2/2 with separate 2
story 2-car garage w
complete apt. Excellent
Cond. Owner financing
@ 7%-15% down. Asking
$355,000. 772-215-1860
Melbourne By Hwy US 1
2006 Concrete Stucco,
Upgraded 3bd, 2ba, 2 car
**OPEN FLOOR PLAN"
CUSTOM LANDSCAPE
30'x10' Porch, 2312 sq ft
finance options available
$219,900.321-432-2928
Photos of Home at www.
Hometown NewsOL.com
Please See Ad # 37504
NEW SMYRNA BEACH
3 bed, 2.5 bath, 2 story,
concrete block, 2200 sf
under air, new roof and
appliances, central heat
and air, fireplace, eat in
kitchen. Formal Dining
Room. Living Room and
Family Room, 2 car ga-
rage. 2600 total square
feet. 2 upstairs bedrooms
have balconies. Beautiful
landscape, 3 zone sprin-
kler system. $239,900.
Site Ready Lot adjacent.
75'x150'. $89,900.
386-314-3366.
ORMOND BEACHSIDE-
14 Seacrest Drive. 7
houses from beach. See
ocean from fr. porch.
Beautifully remodeled
3BR/2BA split plan fea-
tures: Ig. new kitchen and
very priv. backyard fully
landscaped w/spa. Move
in ready. Shows like a
model. Open House
Sat-Sun 12-3 pm. Call
any day to see. $299,900.
386-785-3259.
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SIW YR A ATH HE836 E 11TH AVE
NEW SM YRNA WATCH THE SUN RISE AND FEEL THE OCEAN 4418 W INDIAN RIVER DRIVE
BREEZES from your balcony. 3BR/2BA 2900 total sq. ft. RIVERFRONT COMM., 2 POOLS, BOATRAMP & STOR- Made in the sha
Custom beachside pool home, ocean peak, huge mas- AE, FISHING PIER, well maintained and updated with natural light
ten, oak floors, custom kitchen, lOftceilinos, 1OX15PO
386-427-0 l3 arearage to many extras to menn. Must kitchen, new AC, ew appliances, rubber roofw/war- and fenced back!
8 4see! $695109 ranty. Good rental income or perfect for fishing.
Vicki Duke 386-314-4725 $84,500
235 N Causeway New Smyrna Beach or Nancy Alley 386-314-9462 Sharon Stilson, 386-689-4432 Mariann Bradley


Walk to the beach! Hardwood floors, plantation shut-
ters, and cathedral ceilings complement this 3/2 open
floor plan. High lot w/ fenced bkyd and sprinkler sys-
tem. Don't let this one slip away! $395,000

Mariann Bradley 386-426-4569




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MOVE RIGHT IN! Fresh paint, new carpet & tile, new
side-by-side frig & nearly new smooth top range. Great
neighborhood, close to schools, shopping, medical &
more. Don't miss out on this one! $215,000

Bonnie Raymond 386-689-0187


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LOOK AT THIS FIXER UPPER, on wide canal, dredged
& paid for. L-shaped seawall w/dock & intracoastal
access on a wide corner lot w/elec., water, & sewer.
Impact fees shouldn't be an issue. $170,000

Christine Webb 386-679-7538







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GEORGEOUS POOL HOME IN FOXBORO, Port Orange.
Tropical landscaping, nicely decorated, huge screened
pool/lanai area. Great for entertaining. Family room, liv-
ing room, breakfast bar & dining room. $249,900

Bonnie Raymond 386-689-0187


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CENTRALLY LOCATED HOME OFF WAYNE AVE. Main
house is 2BR/1BA plus a 1BR/1BA area and kitchenette
that could be an in-law suite/apt. Large kitchen with tile
countertops and gas stove. Big FL room for more living
space! Great home at $185,000
Wendy Schwoerer 386-314-8509


TASTEFULLY FURNISHED 2BA.2BA HOME f,, F iu.-,i
golf community. Bay window, vaulted ceiling, screened
garage, new architectural roof, new AC condenser &
pool certificate are just the beginning. $179,000

Pam Spiering 386-846-0155


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REMODELED BEACHSIDE HOME on 75X150 lot.
3BR/2BA/2 car garage. Light & bright with open
kitchen, dining & living rooms. Large 12X32 deck in
backyard. $362,500

Wendy Schwoerer 386-314-8509
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VERY DESIRABLE 2BR/2BA corner lot home in
Fairgreen Golf community. New roof in 05' & air handler
in 06'. Vaulted ceilings & hand stenciled walls make this
a must see. Nicely landscaped backyard faces a stocked
fishpond. Your home sweet home is waiting, call for a
showing. $177,000
Pamela Spiering 386-846-0155


WHAT A FABULOUS FACELIFT! 3BR/2BA on private,
100 x 150 lot with mature trees, beautiful landscaping.
Tile floors, crown molding throughout. Open kitchen
with center island, new appliances, countertops, cabi-
nets. 63x8 slate patio. Semicircular driveway and 2
entry gates. $579,500
Wendy Schwoerer 386-314-8509





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AT THIS PRICE, IT WILL SELL FAST! 3BR/2BA home.
Large living room w/fireplace. Full size 2-car garage.
Large screened porch overlooking fenced backyard. A/C
system and hot water heater less than 2 yrs old. Unique
round kitchen & delightful dining area. A must see!
$162,000
Steve Jones 386-690-5582


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


30 AZALEA DR
2 Blocks From The Ocean!! Cozy beach home with
many upgrades. Spacious living room, kitchen area
with separate family room. 2 Baths, new windows, in
ground spa, fenced yard $214,900


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ly pool home on a 150 acre lake is a must see! Family
friendly neighborhood of Castlegate is tucked away in
the heart of Ormond Beach close to Central Park,
shopping, & A-Rated schools. Open & 'right 4 BR,
Formal Dini ngRoom, Livi Room, and i Room
with see-thru fireplace. $424,900
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THIS TROUBLE FREE 6-PLEX features 2 two bedroom This very unique home has much to offer. Updated
units, 1 one-bedroom units and 2 studios. All have cen- home with 2 in-law apartments which are currently
tral heat/air and lots of sunshine! Easily rented, this rented. Each unit has their own A/C unit. 4-car carport
beachside complex is sure to attract your investors. with workshop. Close to beach and churches, call list-
$552,000 ing agent for zoning details. $276,000
JD Loudaros 386-527-2135 JD Loudaros 386-527-2135


BRAND NEW AND WAITING FOR YOU! Beautifully
detailed 3BR/2BA centrally located close to schools,
shopping and restaurants. Light and Bright with deco-
rator touches, Elegant master bath with corner tub
and separate tiled shower. Won't last long at this
price $219,900. Call for more details!
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a half bath condo w/ Ocean & River views! Enjoy fea-
tures such as tennis courts, pool, fishing dock, exercise
room, sauna, billiards room & more! Seller financing to
qualified buyer $159,900
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Key West style, 4/2.5,
huge wrap around porch-
es, metal roof, 1 acre w/
pond,ofc/LR/FR,2 yrs new
Lake Washington area,
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3/2/2, Beautifully renovat-
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floor plan. Views of Rive-
ria golf course. May
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386-871-8082


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Beautiful new 5bd/3.5ba
on approx. 1 acre. See
OpenHouseNow.com
#121. 386-527-6213 or
386-672-2329.
PALM BAY NW, Built '93.
3 BR/2 BA/2 car garage,
new roof, 1352sf, huge
screened porch, quiet
cul-de-sac, $169,900.
321-368-6558
PONCE INLET 4/2
Newly remodeled & up-
graded. Beachside, 3-
CG, fireplace. Cul de sac.
Spa. $419,900.
407-463-9689, 748-7778




PORT ORANGE
PRICED TO SELL!
3BR/2BA Split plan. 1575
sq.ft. under air. All new
carpet, paint, and appls..
CB construction, w/vinyl
siding. 2CG Sprinkler
system. Corner lot,
110x95'. Best A+
schools. $195,500.
386-756-2775, 299-6909
PORT ORANGE -
Spruce Creek Fly-In.
Lovely 2BD/2BA, 2-CG,
Wooded lot on golf
course. Master suite,
Dressing room, Fam. rm.,
Screen porch. New paint.
By Owner. No Brokers.
$274,000, 386-760-2104
PORT ORANGE RE-
DUCED! Attached single
family pool home. 3/2, 1
CG, concrete block,
fenced in in-ground pool.
New roof '07, new central
heat/ac, '06. Auto door
opener, sprinklers on
well, no HOA. Close to
everything, best schools,
3 mi to beach. $167,900.
386-304-1916
PORT ST. LUCIE: New
3/2/2, East of US1. Many
upgrades. Incl. granite.
Huge bdrms. 50K under
value! 100% financing &
contribution to closing
cost! 954-818-0319
PROPERTY
LIQUIDATION
Ormond by the Sea 2/1
Beachside bungalow.
Will sell for mortgage
payoff + closing cost.
Seller is licensed realtor.
Call 386-235-1718
SAMSULA Lovely
4BR/3BA home in a
country setting on 2.5
acres which gives you
plenty of room to roam,
bring your horses and still
only be minutes from
town and .the beach.
$415,000. Manatee Bay
Realty 386-428-6755
SOUTH DAYTONA -

FSBO. NiceT home.
2BR/1.5BA. Lg kitchen,.
Open living area. New
roof, Ig fenced backyard.
$185,000 386-760-2594
South Daytona 3/2 In-
tracoastal access.
Screened pool, outdoor
fireplace, boat lift, 145
Coral Circle
$675,000 Lorraine Shel-
don Broker/Owner GHI
Realty 386-405-4441 .
SOUTH DAYTONA, 327
Olive St FSBO 3br, 2ba,
2cg, New Construction,
vaulted Ceilings, sprinkler
system, well, many extras
$225,000.904-613-6001
TITUSVILLE, New. Move
in now! 1875 sq ft. 3/2/2;
Ig screened porch w/no
back neighbors. Neutral .
45 min Orlando, 15 min
beaches 321-432-0516
VERO BEACH 2br/ 2ba
completely remodeled
hqme. Updated ,tile &
.wood flooring. $153,900
Call Chad- Smalley,.
Real;ty King Inc.
772-589-3054 / Cell
772-633-4988
VERO BEACH: 2/2, Irg
eat in kitchen w/ upgrade
appls & cherry faced
cabinets. Scrnd in porch,
w/lrg fenced lot. Cnty wtr.
$159,000 772-569-5280.
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3240 Brookfield Drive.
New, 3/2/2, Lake front,
2000 sq.ft, gated, clbhs,
heated pool, upgrades,
warranty. Low maint.
772-342-3344




NEW SMYRNA BEACH-
Beachside Townhouse.
Seaside Villas. 2br/2ba
w/loft and deck. Sm.
complex w/heated pool
across street from
beach access. New
tile/carpet/paint.
386-427-4029
ORMOND BEACH-
FSBO. 92 Old Barn
Trail, So. Forty. Large
2-3BR/2BA, 2-CG, Fire-
place, Encl. porch, up-
graded GE SS appls.
386-506-7722, 341-4407

REDUCED $11,0001 Ti-
tusville,off Hwy.50, 1 story
town home, 2/2, new ev-
erything, ready for new
owner! Low maint. fee,
$118,500. 321-693-0042
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ABANDONED FARM
4-acres/ Cedar- Barn/
$39,900 Maple lined
road, 30 mile view! Near
Cooperstown, major
lakes! Mins off Thruway!
Priced below market
Terms avail! Call now!
877-805-5263
FLORIDA Land starting
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areas. Great for building
or investment. No quali-
fying $1,000 down,
$190/month. Visit our
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maps, sizes & prices.
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or 877-983-6600
GEORGETOWN, FLORI-
DA- Whispering Pines
Sub, 1 + acre. Deeded
access to St. John's Riv-
er & Lake George, mem-
bership to Rod & Reel,
club incl., clubhse & pool,
$35,000 386-316-9276
KENTUCKY 100 acres,
Exc. hunting, farm in-
come $200K. *Also 655
acres w/70ac lake. Beau-
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fishing. Building site,
*Great Investments*
Owner 270-556-3576

N MERRITT ISL-Brevard
Co. near Kennedy Space
Ctr. Beautiful acre treed.
$250,000. Poss. owner
financing. 321-632-9241
PALM CITY: 2.98 +/-
cleared, county aprvd
pond, barn, irrg well & fill
house. Horses/animals
OK. City water, E of
95/trnpke. Reduced to
$399,000 661-222-7365
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PORT ST. LUCIE:
FSBO, 1/2 Acre Lot. Loc.
on Driftwood St. In a
neighborhood of Estate
lots. Mature Palm & Oak
trees. $85,000 BEST
Offer. Call 715-651-1328
SebastianNVero Boaters
build your dream home
on this cleared lot. Ap-
prox 80x150 w/dock&
ocean access. Near IR
malls/ schools. E of US1
$269,000 954-649-6288
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SEVILLE- 26.5 acres on
paved road. Near Lake
George. Adjacent to large
conservation area. Own-
er will consider financing
with large down payment.
$279,000 386-212-9809

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Port Orange
Cane lakes
Golf & Country Club
An Age Restricted Community
100% Palm Harbor Homes
2000 2/2, $103,000
Ready Now, 1173 s.f.
2001 2/2, $112,900
Golf/Water, 1378 s.f.
2004 2/2, $118,000
Move-In Condition!
2004 3/2, $134,900
Two car attached
garage.
2003 2/2, +Den
With golf cart.
$135,900
2004- 2/2, $147,900
Laminate floors + Den
2003 3/2, $149,500
Former model,
w/garage.
2003 3/2, $155,900
Golf View, 1849 s.f.
2001 3/2, $162,900
Beautiful water view!
2000- 2/2, $172,900
Wooded Lot, Garage
2003- 3/2, $198,500
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Call for more listings!
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386-304-0983
888-325-2537
PORT ORANGE- For
Sale By Owner In Gated
Crane Lakes! Priced re-
duced for premium lot &
location. Must see to
appreciate value,. 2br/
2ba, dining room, eat in
kitchen, screened porch
with adjustable windows.
Large storage, Now
$154K! (No real estate
taxes) Tel 386-763-5656
5607 Bald Eagle Drive.




EDGEWATER 12x66,
3BR/2BA w/scr. porch,
shed& patio. In Senior
Seahorse MH Park. No
dogs, lot rent $278 Open
plan. $9,000. 386-
409-9749 / 315-244-2984
EDGEWATER- Hacien-
da Del Rio. 372 Hacien-
da. Beautiful 3/2 home on
landscaped corner lot.
New carpet, paint and
appls. 386-423-0691

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NORTH WEST OF
GAINESVILLE 3/2 Dou-
blewide on 2.33ac. Fire-
place, Eat-in-kitch, Dining
rm, master ste w/walk-in
closet, scrnd back porch,
2 storage bldgs, fenced
pasture w/pool barn.
Horses Welcome!
$127,900. 386-935-4150
ORMOND BEACH -
Holiday Village, 24'x48',
2/2, inside Idry,
LR/DR/FR, kit, carport,
furn, glassed FL room.
$ 3 1 5 0 0 / o b o
1-920-733-4753.
ORMOND BEACH-
MUST SELL! 1997
1280sf 3br/2ba fireplace,
ceiling fans, window awn-
ings, 10'x16' workshop
under 10'x80' carport in
55+ park. New apl. & car-
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new. 5% to 20% DOWN,
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$54,900 386-671-6802
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dealer cost! $49,900
386-451-4018/ 672-1276
PORT ORANGE
Crane Lakes. 1500+sf,
10x26 screen porch.
Water/golf course view.
3br/2ba. $137,000.
386-322-2238
PORT ORANGE 1996
Skyline 14x66. 3 bed, 2
bath. In family park. Car-
port, Shed, Some Furni-
ture. $21,900. 5k under
book. 386-767-6856.
SOUTH DAYTONA -
Carriage Cove, 55+,
LIGHT BRIGHT & AIRY!
Glassed In Florida Room.
Totally Remodeled,
Fresh Paint, New Carpet,
New Linoleum Through-
out. 2 Bedrooms, 2
Baths, $27,500.
386-478-9268
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lot. "AS IS" Single mo-
bile home. 2bd/lba. Ext.
carport. Some furniture.
By appt. $19,900/obo.
386-756-7666
TITUSVILLE, Whispering
Pines, 10'x35' park mod-
el, 55+, quiet, conven-
iently located, exc. cond.,
new carpet/tile, $13,000.
321-267-2081 / 267-2130
VERO BEACH: 55+
Vero Palm Estates. Well
maintained community.
2br/2ba nicely furn'd.
Updates. Small pet ok.
$58K. Call 772-564-8604



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LAFAYETTE CO. Fla -
162 acres. Planted Pine,
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Road Frontage & Great
Hunting. $3700/acre. Call
352-867-8018

LAKE EUFAULA, ALA-
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Land Sale, Save $10,000.
Saturday, April 28, 2007.
Homesites start @
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Estate sites up to 3+
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Financing available. Call
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On rental program. Great
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321-432-1557 $189,900
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financing. Free info.
828-652-8700
NC MOUNTAINS: 3.02
acres with swift streams
in gated comm. Beautiful
mountain view from
homesite $85K. Call own-
er for pics & info:
1-800-563-8590
gatewaymountain.com
NC PINEHURST Golf
capitol of the world.
2200sqft 3/2/2 1.3 acres
on prestigious Donald
Ross Dr. Pinehurst CC
membership transfer
available $309,000
757-573-6463
NO CAROLINA Lake
Hiwassee 170' Lake
frontage in Bear Paw 2.9
acres. Magnificent views
$600,000. 770-845-7381
www.bearpawproperty.com
NORTH CAROLINA
Charlotte & surrounding
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NORTH CAROLINA
LAND SALE! 1 to 10
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Charlotte, starting at
$29,900. Free Brochures
1-866-603-5263
NORTH CAROLINA
Log Cabin $99,900. E-Z
to finish interior on a
acre site. Mountain
homesites 1-8 acres
w/dramatic views
Paved access, utilities.
E-Z Financing.
828-247-9966
NORTH CAROLINA,
Cool Mountain Air, Views
& Stream, Homes, Cab-
ins & Acreage. FREE
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Realty of Murphy, 317
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28906 realtyofmurphy.com
NORTH CAROLINA- NW
NEW LISTING: Breath-
taking View in Boone!
4-5bdrms/2ba/2+ car gar.
Fireplaces, Entertainment
Home w/ Wet Bar &
Many Upgrades! Mother-
in-Law Apt. all on Land-
scaped .58 acre. By ownr
$429,000. 828-264-7455
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NORTH GEORGIA Mtns
Georgia Prime real es-
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creek, river, lakefront
lots, acreage. Call for
free brochure or informa-
tion about any listings.
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OHIO RIVER ACREAGE
260 Acres w/3200 Ft of
frontage on the Muskin-
gum River, hilltop proper-
ty. Just $2200/acre. Call
740-489-9146
PALM HARBOR
HOMES
Factory Liquidation Sale!!
Modular, Mobile & Stilt
Homes. 0% down when
you own your own land.
Call for free color bro-
chure. 1-800-622-2832
PIKEVILLE, TN, SE-
QUATCHIE VALLEY
Absolute Auction 5/12/07:
195 Acre Farm, mountain
views & some waterfront
tracts. John Simpson
Auction Real Estate, firm
license#72, 931-212-3842
www.auctionzip.com ID
9044
SOUTH CAROLINA- Aik-
en 50 to 1,000 acres.
Horse farms, pastures,
lakes, timber.
www.southcarolinaplantat
ion.corn Call Owner
803-640-3497


ST. SIMONS Island, GA.
(between Jacksonville &
Savannah), 4/3/2 home +
library, custom built low
country style new home
in coastal new gated
community, 10 min to
ocean, 2,600 sq ft livea-
ble, Quality throughout in
golfers paradise & sur-
rounded by live Oak trees
w/Spanish moss. Low
taxes & ins. No hurri-
canes in 100 yrs.
$549,000 561-630-7792


WOW
TALLAHASSEE Invest-
ment property! Rented
until August '07 at
$1100/month. .37 acre w/
3 BR/2 BA house. Locat-
ed near FSU, TCC, FA-
MU. Awesome rental
property for students and
families! $142,000/obo.
Call Kyle at 321-749-9453


TENNESSEE -
Premier Land Sales!
Ready to invest, retire,
build your dream home or
relocate? 1-3 acre home
sites. Natural waterfalls,
placid lakes, breathtaking
bluffs, & grassy hillocks,
paved roads, utilities.
Horseback riding, fishing,
golf, white water rafting,
scenic railroad rides.
Owner financing, low
down. Introductory Prices
Starting $19,900.
1-888-811-2158;
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TENNESSEE
1-3ac. homesites.
Premier Land Salesl
Waterfalls, lakes, bluffs,
& utilities. Horseback
riding, golf, fishing, white
water rafting. Owner
financing, low down.
Starting $19,900.
1-888-281-5456;
www.TNLots.com

TENNESSEE ACREAGE
4 Tracts approximately
10 acres. Only $75,000
or can be bought whole.
Near Oak Ridge and
Knoxville. Beautiful run-
ning creek, electric on
property. Call Chris.
865-566-0423

TENNESSEE ACRE-
AGE 5 acres mostly
wooded, mountain
view. Excellent cabin
site w/ city. water.River
access. Near Cross-
ville.$19,900 Owner Fi-
nancing. 931-979-1371

TENNESSEE
Gatlinburg-Pigeon Forge
area New Const. Lake &
mtn views. 4/3 5200sf. on
.8AC. Hardwood, tile,
carpet flooring. Granite
kitchen tops, appliances.
Main level MBR/w trey
ceiling. Fireplace on each
level. Finished daylight
lower level w/wet, bar.
Covered porch oversized
deck & patio. $895,000
1-865-484-1577
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Tennessee Lake Bar-
gain 3+ Acres $19,900.
Free Boat Slips! Save
$5000 during
pre-construction sale!
Enjoy access to private,
Jimmy Houston endorsed
bass lake. Paved roads,
utilities, soils tested.
Lakefront available. Ex-
cellent financing. Call
n o w
1-866-685-2562,x1008

TENNESSEE LAND
Owners Financing!! 5-10
Acre Tracks, Utilities,
Paved Roads, Creeks,
Rivers & Lakes. Low In-
surance & Tax Rates.
2-Hotel Nights On Us!!
$25,900. 1-888-314-5881


TENNESSEE Millageville
Double wide trailer with
water & gas, 3-br/2-ba.
Front & rear porch both
wheelchair accessible.
Detached 2 car garage
with loft & 2 rooms. Lived
in 2 years. 1-1/4 acre. No
zoning $72,500. By
Owner. 772-461-9694
772-595-3052 View at
ketchamk@bellsouth.net
TENNESSEE Mountains
Bear Trace Golf Resort.
Lakefront 5/2. Oversized
2 car garage. Large eat in
kitchen, glass sunroom,
Fireplace, wet bar &
more. Separate cottage.
Boat docks/w electricity.
Beautifully landscaped.
$895,000 931-962-0313
1-478-934-4816 see high
definition slide show at
WWW.hometownnewsol.
com ad# 37505
TENNESSEE PLATEAU
You got this! 33.56 Acres
of Development property,
paved roads, utilities.
This tract will sell!
$135,000.931-946-5263
TENNESSEE Smokey
Mountains: Fantastic in-
vestment opportunity,
landmark 1st class family
operating restaurant w/
high quality motel build-
ing to remodel.
5 acre frontage on 4 lane
U.S. Hwy 64, between
Murphy, N.C. & Ocoee
scenic river in Ducktown
TN. Call for brochure
888-492-4301
TENNESSEE !
MONTEAGLE-SEWANEE.
Beautiful mountain prop-
erties. 600+ Acres; tracts,
5 Acres & up. 4 miles
from 1-24. gated & se-
cluded. Gorgeous bluff &
creek. Wooded lots.
George Timberwood De-
velopments Co.
423-949-6887
www.timber-wood cornn
The Beautiful Mountains
of N.C. Outstanding
views, custom log
homes, creeks, wooded
properties, acreage,
mini-farms, Vacation
rental get-a-ways Free
brochure. Investors Re-
alty, Inc. 1-800-497-3334
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WESTERN N.C. MOUN-
TAINS Log Cabin FSBO,
1232 sq ft on 2+ acres
with nice stream
$89,900 Views, decks,
easy access, needs fin-
ishing 828-286-1666 brkr




TENN GATLINBURG
2-br/1.5-ba full kit. jacuzzi
wood burning fireplace,
heated pool. Week 49
$1945 week 45 $3250
865-688-7588.'07 fee pd
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HOLLY HILL Power
Equipment Rental and
Retail Sales Center -
Great location, Well es-
tablished, Excellent lease
in place. All inventory and
equipment included. Un-
limited growth potential.
$559,900. Lou Balsano,
Realtor. Better Homes &
Properties 386-671-9660.


LAKEWOOD PARK -
Reduced Price 1.8+/- Ac
Zoned Neighborhood
commercial. Will divide
Next to 4 communities.
Portofino, Spanish Lakes,
Holiday Pine & Indian
Pine. Can build 12000
sqft. building $690,000.
772-240-1493






Beauty Salon
Sharp, Profitable
$87.5K
Call Barbara
(386) 366-1220

Pizza Shop, Deland
Great Product, strong
pick-up & delivery.
Busy.
Price Reduced $125K
Call Bert
(386) 239-4000



Phone: (386) 239-4000
KENTUCKY 100 acres,
Exc. hunting, farm in-
come $200K. *Also 655
acres w/70ac lake. Beau-
tiful views! Hunting &
fishing. Building site,
*Great Investments*
Owner 270-556-3576





Georgia's Lake Sinclair,
Milledgeville, New
Country Homes starting
$135,000, Lake Homes
@ $200,000.Tom & Mary
Ebbers at 478-456-1804
or: www.tmebbers.com
Coldwell Banker SSK
Realtors




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DA SHORES- room for
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all house privledges, util-
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386-871-4077 see photos
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PORT ORANGE Share
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includes water, cable,
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unfurn. Garage avail. Call
386-562-7370


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SOUTH DAYTONA -
Waterfront 2 Furn Rms,
Incl Internet, & Util. Share
Laundry Rm & Kitch. Priv
Entrance. $625/mo Ref &
Sec 386-299-3783
VIERA POOL HOME!
Professional Woman
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month + Utilities. Close to
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DAYTONA Direct River-
front! 2BR/2BA Condo.
Pristine condition. Long
term, unfurnished $850.
mo, Camille Esposito,
Wendy Powers Realty
386-441-7278

DAYTONA BEACH -
Beachside on the River.
Elegant facility. Spacious,
newly redone 2/2, balco-
ny, wood floors, ceiling
fans, full kit/micro, incl
water, on site laundry,
garage, pool, exercise
rm, dock. Lease/security.
No pets/smoke. $1100
mo. 386-788-1312

DAYTONA BEACH -
Pelican Bay 2 bed, 2
bath, Fully Furnished.
Cable, W/D, Gated Com-
munity. No Pets.
$1175/mo. (optional), +
Util / Sec / Lease.
386-252-1218.





DAYTONA BEACH
Large 2bd/lba, laundry
room. Walk to beach!
No pets. Refs. $750/mo +
Security includes water.
386-252-7012


Daytona Beach Shores
$850/mo. Oceans West
1- Redone, clean, 1/1
wood firs., ocean/river
views. Furniture, avail.
Lots of amenities
386-761-7767 or
401-932-8256

DAYTONA BEACH
SHORES Luxurious
3br/3ba, wall amenities.
Fireplace, summer kitch-
en, balcony, semi-priv.
elevator. Intracoastal and
Ocean views. $2500
month, long term lease.
904-616-6516
DAYTONA BEACH-
2 bedroom 2 bathroom.
Cable, pool and dock to
river included. $900/mo.
Call 386-717-4866 or
386-738-4451

DAYTONA BEACH-
Furn. 2br/2ba on the In-
tracoastal. Furnished,
Pool, covered parking.
No pets, 1 *yr lease. furn.
$1000 mo. incl water and
cable. Call 386-254-1694

Daytona Beach- Aqua
Condo. 2br/lba. On the
Water. Close to beach,
Lg lanai. w/hottub. Off
street parking. $900/mo.
215-603-8484


DAYTONA BEACH- Wa-
terfront, new condos in
gated community. Pool,
jacuzzi, fitness center,
fully furnished, upgraded
appliances. 2br/2ba
$1295/mo. or 1br/1ba
$950/mo Utilities includ-
ed. 321-356-1503
DAYTONA BEACHSIDE
2br/2ba. Freshly painted.-
Walk to beach and ev-
erything! Free ca-
ble/parking. Priv. house.
$775/mo plus security de-
posit. 407-782-8593.


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DAYTONA BEACHSIDE
Unsurpassed View of
River and Daytona Sky-
line Spacious, 3 bed-
rooms, 2 full baths, pool,
tennis courts, clubhouse.
$1150 mo. 386-295-5128
FLOATING CONDO-
Beautiful 37ft sail boat,
sleeps 4 adults in 3 beds
with galley and head.
Docked in downtown
Daytona off Beach Street.
Slip available but xtra.
Completely refurbished in
last 2 years. $55,000 for
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EDGEWATER- Large,
2br/2ba, like new. Very
convenient, no pets,
credit & background
check required. $725/mo.
$725 security.
386-212-9809
FREE RENT April &
May. Novawood Apart-
ment Homes, 1220 South
Nova Road, Daytona
Beach. We love pets!
386-257-1110
HOP & SKIP TO THE
BEACH off A1A! Dayto-
na Beachside, 1br/1ba
condo for rent! No pets.
Call Anne to reserve your
unit! 386-214-1292
RE/MAX REALTY
NEW SMYRNA Walk to
beach 2Br, 1Ba, ground
fir. W/D hk-up, patio, ceil-
ing fans, new A/C/H.
$900 mo. Util. ext. 1st
last, dep. 386-689-7111
NEW SMYRNA BCH
1st MONTH FREE!!
Ideally located New
Smyrna Beach. Come
check out our models.
Oversized 2/1 $650. mo.,
$600 sec. Spacious 3/2
TH $785. mo., $735 sec.
Huge closets, W/D
hook-up, C/A/H. Credit /
Reference check.
386-428-2798

NEW SMYRNA BEACH
$650/month. Utilities in-
cluded. Resort privileges.
No pets. Sunisands,
1901 Hill Street.
Call Diana 386-427-1151
NEW SMYRNA Mainland
Hidden Pinles Condo/
TH. Mint 1900 sf.,
2BR/2.5 BA 2CG, great
room w/ skylites, scr. rm,
all appl. comm. pool &
tennis. $1200 mo. 1st +
sec. 2243 Candle Wood
Ln.E. 386-428-1989
ORMOND BEACH -
Completely furn. Villa. 1
bedroom, $850/month.
180-B Cardinal Drive.
Steps to beach and pool.
Call Mary 386-671-6992,
386-747-4448




ORMOND BEACH -
Wellington Station 2/2
completely furn. Incl wa-
ter, cable, pool, washer &
dryer. $950mo + sec.
386-212-7636, 295-3905


ORMOND BEACH- Spa-
cious, 2br/2ba, unfurn,
screened balcony over-
looks pool. Laundry facili-
ties on same floor, $800
mo. 1 yr lease + security,
& refs. 386-253-2097
ORMOND BY THE SEA
Direct Oceanfront 2BR
/2BA, completely reno-
vated. Stainless steel
appl., granite, maple cab-
inets. Pool on beach.
Furn. or unfurn. Short/
Long term. $1750. mo.
Camille Esposito, Wendy
Powers Realty
386-441-7278
SOUTH DAYTONA-
2 bedrm 2 bath. 1100 sq
ft. Washer/Dryer incl.
Great shape. Close to
beaches. $800 month.
Call Mike 561-248-0175


RENT NOW
VILLAGGIO WATER-
FRONT Port Orange,
2BR/2BA, pool, jacuzzi,
fitness ctr., clubhouse,
vaulted ceilings. Condo
faces Lake. Garage avail.
Water, cable, valet trash
incld. Furn/unfurn. $975.
mo. 386-562-7370





WATERFRONT LIVING
PALM COAST Brand
new 2br/2ba condo.
Steps from pool, walking
paths, canoes & more.
Avail. April 1st.
$1375/mo. 386-527-2297



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386-756-3928
EDGEWATER- 2br/2ba
on Canal to Intracoastal.
Furnished if needed.
$1300 mo. Short or long
term. Call for more info.
386-690-9727


NEW SMYRNA BEACH-
2br/2ba. 55 + community.
Across from golf. Lawn-
care & cable incl. Great
pool. $950 per month.
$1150 per mo furn. Rent
w/option. 386-426-6457

NEW SMYRNA BEACH-
SIDE- 3BR/2BA. Newly
remodeled, new appis.
Irg. yard, short walk to
beach. $1175/mo.
386-426-5583

ORMOND BEACH 2Bb/
2Ba bungalow in beauti-
ful Ormond-By-The-Sea.
Garage will accommo-
date a couple of motorcy-
cles. Short walk to the
beach. Private back yard.
Storage shed. Hurry! 32
Alamanda Dr. $865. mo.
Arthur Kowitz Realty
386-677-7678 or
386-547-9874
www.WeRentDavtona.com

ORMOND BEACH- Walk
to Beach, 3 bdrm, 2 ba,
wood floors, tile, carport.
Very clean. Nice area.
$1095 mo., 1st, last +
sec Refs. 772-216-2303

ORMOND BEACH-
WOW! Fresh & new,
completely remodeled.
3/2, walk to beach, rests,
shops. $1195 + dep.,
good refs. 303-893-3104
or 386-673-1169

ORMOND BY THE SEA-
2br/2ba, central air/heat,
garage, patio deck, no
pets, shed, $895/mo. +
deposit. 407-423-9707 or
407-539-6565

PALM COAST Lehigh
Section: 3/2/2, All Tile &
Carpet/Wood. 2 available
$900 & $950 a month w/
$1000 & $1150 sec. 386-
503-1856, 561-304-0952

PORT ORANGE 3 bed,
2 bath, 2 CG. Large Flori-
da room. Tile. New Roof,
AC and hot water heater.
Walk to City Center.
$ 1 3 0 0 / mo .
386-295-2614.

PORT ORANGE-
3br/2ba in Cypress Cove,
923 Chickadee Dr. Large
screen room, no garage.
Quiet neighborhood.
$900/mo. or special rate
for single adult or couple
with 1 car. 386-295-3374/
756-0879


PORT ORANGE: Rain
Tree, 2br/2ba, over sized
garage. Fenced yard,
quiet neighbhd. Wood
firs, modern appls, W/D.
Exc. Schools, FLS, credit
check. $1075/mo incl.
discounts. 386-788-7878
PORT ST LUCIE 3/2/2
Rent or Rent to Own
$1295/mo. No deposit, or
Buy for $249K. Seller
pays closing costs
561-601-3526
SEBASTIAN Rent to
own. Sandridge Estates
starting at $950 per
month. To qualified per-
son. Call for details John
King @ Realty King, Inc.
772-589-3054
SOUTH DAYTONA -
3br/2ba, 1 CG. Inside
laundry, fenced yard,
lawncare incl. $1150/mo.
First & security.
386-788-1094.
STOP RENTING* $0
Down homes. No Credit
Needed. Own for less...
Takeover payments. Call
1(800) 520-9641
VERO BEACH South
Lakes; Deed restricted
gated comm. Brand new
Key West style 3/2/2.
$1400/mo F/L/S No pets.
No smoking. Close to 95.
772-971-9006

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ORMOND BEACHSIDE
Fantastic Ocean Front. 2
bdrm, 2.5 ba. on A1A.
Garage, pool, w/d, cable,
appls. Refs., dep. $1095
410-726-0642, 957-2388
VERO BCH Rent with
option to buy. $12k down.
Brand New townhome w/
lakeview. 3/3/1 Open
weekends. Call for ad-
dress. 888-412-9177 See
ad #15116 for photo at
www.HometownNewsOL.com



ORMOND BEACHSIDE-
Ocean view lbr/1lba, fur-
nished duplex for retir-
ees, florida room, beauti-
ful all new inside & furn.
Large well kept yard, off
street parking, great
neighbors, lovely area.
Walk to everything. 1 mi
N of Bellaire Shopping
Center. $995/year lease
Short term available.
386-677-3844
PORT ORANGE For
lease or sale. 3br/2ba.
Washer/dryer, refrigera-
tor 1CG. No smoking.
$1100/mo. 1yr. lease.
Call 386-760-9360

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ORMOND BEACH-
Sunny Palm, 3br/2ba,
1200 sf. Fenced yard.
New appliances, cabinets
& carpet. $875. mo. $600
security OR for sale
w/land, Reduced to
$129K w/out land $99K
Available NOW! Call
386-788-2440/ 451-1695.
Four Star Homes, Inc.
SOUTH DAYTONA
Newly Furnished 2
bd/lba, May 1st-Oct 1st.
50+ Community.
$600/mo. Includes Every-
thing. No Pets. Security.
Call 607-329-3642





DAYTONA BEACH
SHORES- 2616 S. At-
lantic Av. 5,000sf. Profes-
sional Office Space.
Beautiful layout.
407-474-7441
DAYTONA BEACH
SHORES- Comm. busi-
ness property for lease.
Beachside; Excellent lo-
cation. 407-832-2905 or
386-304-2677

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DAYTONA BEACH-
Burgoyne Properties Lim-
ited has available 1,200
sf of space up to 30,000
sf, located at N. Beach
St. For more info. & imm-
ed. availability, please
contact Charles Jones at:
904-355-8311 x235






ORMOND BEACH -
Nova Rd, 1250 sq. ft.,
with A/C office, 10' over-
head door. $850/mo.
386-677-3250 or
386-451-4018 cell

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GEORGIA Mountains
Dahlonega. In the Heart
of the Georgia wine
country! Cavender Creek
Cabins. 1,2,3 BR cabins
w/hot tubs, Satellite TV.
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Murphy Be in the heart
of the Tri-State. 2/2 Log
Cabin w/Fireplace. Wrap
around deck. All ameni-
ties incl. Pet Friendly
Come stay for a week
$575 or just a few days 3
min. for $285. Call
772-465-5443 or e-mail
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NORTH GEORGIA, Blue
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POLE BARNS: 30 ftX40
ft X10 -$6895, 40 ft X 80
ft X 12 -$14,995. Painted-
Metal. Free Delivery. Call
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PORT ORANGE Oak
Centre Business Park.
750 up to 8750 sq ft.
Ground Level or Dock
High. Also 660 up to
1320 sq ft A/C office.
ORMOND BEACH -
Ormond Business Cen-
ter Warehouse space
1200 up to 3000 sq ft.
with or without offices.
Located 1 mile south
1-95. Call Jeanette
386-299-7055.

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FLAT ROCK NC-
22 mi. east of Ashville.
9 RENTAL UNITS
available, monthly
$600-$1000.
Weekly starting
at $300.
Amenities include;
Pool
Recreation &
Activity Room
Great summer home!
Units also avail to
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828-693-4018

FLAT ROCK NC- 22 mi.
east of Ashville. 9 RENT-
AL UNITS available by
the month. $600-$100.0
Weekly starting at $300.
Great summer home!
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PORT ORANGE- Office/
Warehouse. 1500 6000
sq ft. Starts at $1500/mo.
2 Months FREE Rent
with Approved Credit.
386-760-4188
SOUTH DAYTONA -
1-4 & 1-95 GREAT LOCA-
TION! 1200 sq. ft Retail
Available. 1050 sq. ft. Of-
fice Starting at $1100
1050 sq. ft. Warehouse
Starting at $650 1050 sq.
ft. 50/50 Starting at $900
Beville Road Business
Park 386-760-2555, Stop
by 933 Beville Rd Ste
103F or visit our website
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tent, camping, fishing,
mini golf; laundry facility
onsite. Bring the kids or
get away from it all. Call
toll free 1-877-668-4928
or cell 828-442-4964
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ORANGE LAKE CC 4
mi. to Disney. 2/2 Villa. 5
pools, lazy river and golf.
2 weeks for July. Asking
$ 9 9 0 0 ea /w k .
407-812-9043
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YAMAHA '02, 348 CC,
four wheeler. $2200. Call
386-427-6482




FORD RANGER 1987.
2 Door, 2 Wheel dr. Auto-
matic. 93,500 mi. This is
a little work horse of a
truck. Lot's of spunk.
Everything is stock ex-
cept tires & rims. $1200
obo. 386-322-4691




BMW 325CI Coupe 2002
Sport Edition, Exc. cond.,
35,600 mi., Gray Metallic,
Black Interior, New Tires,
Harmon Kardon Stereo, 6
CD, Sunroof, Wood Trim,
Navigation, Garage Kept
$21,900. 386-882-2758
Photo of BMW at www.
HometownNewsOL.com
Please See Ad # 20732

CHRYSLER SEBRING-
'01, Convertible, leather,
alloys, V6, only 35K miles
$9995
Daytona Mitsubishi
386-252-7000

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FORD Focus, ZX3. '01.
Silver hatchback. 29K mi.
PS/PB, Spoiler. $7,000.
Garage kept. 28 mpg.
386-615-7588

FORD T-Bird 1995, V-8.
Cold air. Must sell
$ 1 2 0 0 / o b o
386-672-6034

FORD MUSTANG '05,
Air, PW. PL. Low Miles.
Free Lifetime Oil change.
Was 16,265. Now
14,775. Diamond Suzuki
3866-424-9000


FORD TAURUS SEL,
'06, 3.01, auto, air,
PS/PW/PL, Ithr, moon
roof, AM/FM/CD. Free
Lifetime Oil Changes.
Was $15,410. Now
13,777. Diamond Suzuki
386-424-9000.
FORD THUNDERBIRD-
'03, convertible, includes
hard top, bright red,
chrome wheels, must
see! $21,500
Daytona Mitsubishi
386-252-7000
HONDA CIVIC Sl- '04,
Hatchback, 6 speed, al-
loys, alloys, pw/pdl
$14,995 Daytona Mitsu-
bishi 386-252-7000
HYUNDAI ACCENT GL-
'02, auto, pw/pdl, a/c, on-
ly 29K miles. $6,995
Daytona Mitsubishi
386-252-7000
Hyundai Sonata- '02,
Immaculate, 79K miles,
auto, pw/pl, cruise, 4dr.
$5900. /offer
386-212-7569
HYUNDAI TIBURON -
'06, sunroof, PW, PL,
AC, only 21,000 miles.
Free Lifetime Oil
Changes. Was $16,090.
Now $14,888. Diamond
Suzuki. 386-424-9000.
INFINITY J30 1993
Excellent condition. Runs
and looks great.
New $35,000,
Now $3,500/obo.
386-846-5664. Pt Orange



















MERCEDES E320- '03
42K miles. Desert Tan
$27,995. Ormond Fine
Import Autos Sales &
Service 386-672-2474


MERCEDES S430- '00,
White & Grey $25,995
Ormond Fine Import Au-
tos Sales & Service
386-672-2474
MINI COOPER S- '06,
Super charged 6spd.,
leather, sun roof. Hard to
Find! $23,995
Daytona Mitsubishi
386-252-7000
MINI COOPER Turbo '03
Like New, Loaded, 6 spd,
GPS, moon & sunroof, 1
owner always garaged,
6500 miles, Yellow w/
White Racing Stripes.
$22,000. 386-763-5051
MITSUBISHI MIRAGE
'02, AC, Stereo/CD, only
47K miles. Free lifetime
oil change. Was $6,495.
Now $4,995. Diamond
Suzuki 386-424-9000



MUSTANG 2007 Shel-
by Cobra GT500. 500
hp, 6sp, ABS traction
control. Satellite radio. A
true collectible muscle
car. $63,995 obo.
386-295-1828
NISSAN ALTIMA GXE-
'00, immaculate, only 75K
miles, auto, pw/pdl,
cruise, new tires. $6800
/offer 386-212-7569
PONTIAC-'99 Grand Prix
GT. Moon roof, loaded,
new tires, brakes, battery,
cold AC, well maint. 100k
hwy mi. $5,700/obo
386-760-1891.
Porche Boxster '99-
'White, 33K miles.
$21,995 Ormond Fine
Import Autos Sales &
Service 386-672-2474
SATURN LW200, '03,
Wagon. 2.21. auto, air.
PS/PW/PL, tilt, cruise,
AM/FM/CD, Roof Rack.
Free Lifetime Oil
Changes. Was $11,575.
Now $9,999. Diamond
Suzuki 386,-424-9000.
SOLD!!!
"I sold my car the 1st
week, it only took 2 calls
to find a buyer Thanks
Hometown News!" -
J.J. Merritt Island, FL


SUZUKI VERONA S '04,
2.51, auto, air, PS, PW,
PL, Cruise, AM/FM/CD/
Cass. Free Lifetime Oil
Changes. Was' $13,615,
now $10,999. Diamond
Suzuki 386-424-9000.




FORD 150 OWNERS -
One tire BF Goodrich.
P275/60R17 mounted on
rim, spare, used once.
Ex. Cond. $50 obo.
386-761-1972








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HARLEY DAVIDSON '02
1200cc Sportster- Low
miles, lots of extras.
$5100. 386-882-1548

HARLEY DAVIDSON -
'99 Softail custom. 1340
cc's, Evolution motor.
EV27 cam. Red. 8900
mi $11,500.
386-562-2476
HARLEY DAVIDSON
FLH 2000 White Police
Bike, Fairing Twin Cam
88 & EFI, Extras, Very
Clean, 12k miles $12,500
OBO. Call 386-295-8754


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A/C Body Generator & Rubber Roof Repar Warranty Work
To* Bars Winches Gibson Performance Exhaust Systemrns
Pre-purchase RV survey/evaluaton "A
Personal instructions for new RV owners Horse Trailers & More -' "

1301 Old Mission Road, New Smyrna Beach, FL Full Service Center Retail Parts Store .
386-423-4322 30 YEARS STRONG! uL D0Ols75 RErG Ms M526


HARLEY Davidson- '95
FLTHC-Turq. & Silver, w/
Extras & ULTRA update!
low miles-21k, Exc. Cond
$13,995. 321-269-2745
Harley Davidson- 1200
custom Sportster, 2004,
only 900 miles, two tone
black/gold. Must be seen!
$8000'. 321-773-7883

KX 250, 1991, runs good,
$750. 321-258-9803

YAMAHA 2006 1100
Silverado V Star Classic-
Ext. Warranty. 1 yr. old
3,331mi. ManyXtras! $8K
386-631-3016/439-4002
YAMAHA WR426, 2001i
$2200 or will trade for
truck. 321-258-9803




37' GRAND JUNCTION:
'06, 5th wheel, 4 slides
dd refrig, 2 AC's, fire-
place, w/d, step dowr
liv/rm, no pets, non
smokers. Mint Condition
$47,000 321-332-2337
AIREX BY REXHALLi
1993, 30' motorhome
twin bed, 48K $18,000
386-774-0077
BOUNDER 28' Wide
body 1998, Easy to drive
& park, very clean
non-smokers 41K mi Ev-
ery option! $36,600(
321-267-4607
COACHMAN 23' Ford
V10, 1997, Class C, gen
TV/CD, AC. New .tires
Trade for Mini-Va
$15,500 407-453-4818
COLEMAN 1998 Pop up
camper, excellent cond
AC, screen room $4,500
obo 407-493-8561
See photo at: www,
HometownnewsOL.com i
AD#20510

DOLPHIN 2000 38ft, 2
slides, 20' awning 37K m)
Good Conditionl$49,509
obo 407-797-8945
GEORGIE BOY 33'1
1996 Class A, double
roof air, private rear bed-
room, too much to list!
$17,500 OBO
407-844-2810 or
847-863-7854
GEORGIE BOY 37';
Cruise master, 2003!,
11,975 mi., 2 slide outs,
Satellite sys. Work horse
chassis. Ext. warr. avail.
$60,000. 772-589-6980
Winnebago Adventurer-
1997, 34 ft, New Awning
& Tires, 1 Slider, 2 ACs,
Queen Bed, 30k mi., Exc.
Cond. w/ Cover. Illness
Sale.$39K. 561-602-7114
See RV Photos at www.
HometownNewsOL.com
Please See Ad # 20263


DODGE: Durango R/T
SUV-AWD '03, loaded
60K miles, just reduced
to: $13,400. Or Best
Offer. 720-937-8011 See
photos @
www.homettownnewsol.c
om. Ad#20002
JEEP LIBERTY '05, su-
to, PW, PL, Cruise, Free
Lifetime Oil Changes.
Was $15,86500. Now
$13,995. Diamond Suzu-
ki. 386-424-9000.
JEEP WRANGLER
SPORT- '05, V6, auto,
a/c $16,995
Daytona Mitsubishi
386-252-7000
MAZDA TRIBUTE ES-
'01, V6, awd, leather,
sunroof, alloys. $10,995
Daytona Mitsubishi
386-252-7000

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MITSUBISHI MONTERO
Sport, '99, 6 cyl., 141K,
new tires, newer brakes,
runs great! $5400. Call
321-243-1661 / 446-2787
TOYOTA SEQUOIA
2002 Limited, leather &
all options. 1 owner,
excellent condition.
Garage kept. $18,995.
321-373-1568



CHEVY 1500 Silverado,
2004, 4.31. auto, long
bed, AC, PS, tilt, cruise,
AM/FM/CD. 4 wheel
ABS. Free Lifetime Oil
Changes. Was $10,805.
Now $9,999. Diamond
Suzuki 386-424-9000.
CHEVY S10 LS, 2000,
ext cab, AC, Bed liner,
only 47,868 mi. Free Life-
time Oil Changes. Was
$8,395. Now $6,999.
Diamond Suzuki
386-424-9000.
DODGE CARAVAN- '00,
V6, pw/pdl, a/c $5995
Daytona Mitsubishi
386-252-7000


DODGE DAKOTA, '05,
quad cab, 4.71, auto,
SLT, air, PS/PW/PL,
Cruise, AM/FM/CD. Free
Lifetime Oil Changes.
Was $20,905. Now
$17,777. Diamond Suzu-
ki 386-424-9000.

FORD Ranger '84, 5
spd. 4 cyl. 3 alum tool
boxes, 4x8 carrier, work
truck. $2,100/obo. Good
tires. 386-323-1686

FORD E-150: 1993 Con-
version Van. Tow pkg.,
Well equipped, needs
some work. Many new
parts. $1195. 386-
775-0571. See photos @
www.hometownnewsol.com.
AD#20733

FORD F150 SST-
'04, V8, a/c, automatic
$13,995
Daytona Mitsubishi
386-252-7000

FORD- '91 Extend van
truck, runs great, uses no
oil, has good tires, body
rough. $750 Call
386-427-6482


KIA SPECTRA- sedan,
'03, auto, a/c, great gas
mileage. $6,995
Daytona Mitsubishi
386-252-7000













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ELECTRIC BICYCLE
CONVERSION KIT
It's hot. Install on your
bicycle, adult tricycle or
beach cruiser. 34 watts,
15 mph, 18 miles on a
charger (included).
See and ride mine.
You will love it. Ages 14
to 95. Ride it anywhere.
No lic. needed in Volusia
$469 Complete Kit
Call Clark
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Must Sell Boat in Mint
condition! 17' BAYLINER
Bowrider vinyl uph,
am/fm radio, bimini top,
less than 30 hrs on 120
hp mere force. Many ex-
tras. & trailer. $6500 obo
386-426-1351
Must Sell Boat in Mint
condition! 17' BAYLINER
Bowrider vinyl uph,
am/fm radio, bimini top,
less than 30 hrs on 120
hp mere force. Many ex-
tras. & trailer. $6500 obo
386-426-1351
22' TROPHY PRO '04
WA, Mercury 135, all
electronics includes trail-
er. $19,999 or best offer.
772-336-3544
24' GRADY White '86
cntr con, T-top '01, 250
hp Yam, 400 hrs. 2yr old
100 gl gas tank.Surveyed
$18 k 772-581-0507

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24' GRADY White '86
cntr con, T-top'01 250 hp
Yam, 400 hrs. 2yr old
100 gl gas tank.Surveyed
$18 k 772-581-0507
32' SUNTRACKER Merc
90hp P/T. Very clean.
Engine has less than
100hrs. 27 gal gas tank.
$26,000 obo
www.anthom.com/suntracker
772-408-6528







8' x 20'Weeres w/ 40
hp Honda 4-stroke.
Incl. galv trir, mooring
cover, coast guard
kit, tag/title/reg.,
am/fm/cd, prvcy
room, bimini top
w/boat fuel & water
sep., battery & box,
deluxe console
w/gauges + 6 gal of
fuel! Lifetime warran-
ty on deck, pontoons,
transom & furniture
base. FREE delivery
in FL. No Haggle
Price ONLY
s16,609.


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Astor, FL 352-759-3655.


BOSTON WHALER
17', 1984. Center console
with 2003 90hp Evinrude.
With electronics. Asking
$8,000. 386-760-2594

Chaparral Signature
310 Cruiser '05 Powered
w/Twin Mercruiser 5.7L
350 MAG MPI's. Genera-
tor, A/C, very low hrs.
$144,995. Daytona Per-
formance Marine
386-763-7088
FOUNTAIN 38 Lightning
'05 Powered w/Twin
Staggered 525 EFI Mer-
cruiser's. Showroom new
cond. only 18hr $209,995
Daytona Performance
Marine 386-763-7088


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JET SKI Tigershark,
1994. With trailer.
$1000. gd. condition
Cell: 386-334-6186
Home: 386-322-1750.

MONTEREY 302 '02
Powered by Twin
Mercruiser 5.7 EFI 350
MAG. Generator, A/C,
Garmin GPS $79,864
Daytona Performance
Marine at 386-763-7088

MOTORS: (2) 225HP 4
stroke 2006 Mercury, 21
hours, 25" left or right.
Buy with or without 1983
29' T-Craft boat, $12,000
each or best offers. Call
321-543-4159

NAUTICAL SLOOP 40' -
Perfect for single handed
sailing. New paint, 2006.
2 sets of sails with spin-
naker. Many extras Must
sacrifice. 386-589-1143.

VELOCITY 260 '06 Pow-
ered w/Mercruiser 496
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Kelly Blue Book $11,210
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Kelly Blue Book $11,575
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Only 15,311 Miles

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Kelly Blue Book $11,360
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Kelly Blue Book $8,39E
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Kelly Blue Book $16,530
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Stock #20807
Kelly Blue Book $16,090
Diamond s14,888
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Kelly Blue Book $13,615
Diamond $
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Stock #20808
Kelly Blue Book $20,905
Diamond 17,777
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