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PORT ORANGE PONCE INLET
SOUTH DAYTONA IDAYTONA BEACH SHORES


Vol. 3, No. 23 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com


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Friday, July 4, 2008


Shores voters may be asked to revisit term limits


Hi Hometown News
Readers,

Guard death
investigation
continues
Two different investiga-
tions into the ambush
killing of a Tomoka State
Prison Corrections Officer
continue this week. Officer
Donna Fitzgerald, of Port
Orange, was stabbed to
death by an inmate who hid
and attacked the 13 year
See BRIEF, A8


FAMILY-FRIENDLY FUN


Residents recommend city charter changes
By Jeanne Willard ers decided to see if resi- "Other than certain public
Willard@hometownnewsol.com dents have changed their officials, who is term-limit-
mind. ed in your life?" asked Bill
DAYTONA BEACH SHORES A ballot referendum to Dryer, committee member.
- Two years ago, city resi- abolish term limits will be "Is your barber or hairdress-
dents said they wanted their one of three referendums er? How about your'best
elected officials to be limited voters will decide if the city friend?"
to two consecutive four-year council approves recom- Council members unani-
terms. mendations presented by a mously approved the, first
But last week, those lead- charter review committee. reading of an ordinance pro-


posing a November 4 refer-
endum election to consider
proposed changes to the city
charter.
The referendum abolish-
ing term limits also includes
a provision to allow the
council to establish a salary
and expense allowance for
the mayor, at their discre-
tion, to exceed the current
$100 a month allowance.


Hang in there, baby


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Darris White of Port Orange keeps an eye on his daughter Sarina, 2, as she hangs from the preschool training bar
during the 'Parents and Tots' gymnastics program at the City of Port Orange Recreation Center recently.



Dragon lady creates mythical creatures


By Jeanne Willard
Willard@hometownnewsol.com
PORT ORANGE They
call her the dragon lady.
But Karen Koch, with
carefully styled blonde
hair, subtle makeup and
tasteful clothing doesn't
resemble the stereotypical
villainess associated with
that name.
The Port Orange resi-
dent earned the moniker
because of the elaborate
paper mach6 dragons she
creates.
"Dragons have sort of a
power persona,"-Ms. Koch,
57, said. "People find them
interesting and fascinat-


ing."
Her interest in dragons
goes back to her college
days. As a student at the
University of Florida she
created a dragon's head for
an art project.
Fortunately, her teacher
saw it after completion,
because it was stolen from
the classroom and never
recovered, she said.
Although she went on to
develop her painting skills,
she never forgot that drag-
on and recently started
working on a collection of
the mythical creatures.
Using wire, paper
machd, paint, beads and
other accessories she


crafts dragons about the
size of a large cat.
Poised in action posi-
tions, the colorful dragons
sport elaborate scales,
claws, wings and distinct
personalities.
Working on her third
dragon, she keeps a "baby
book" for each, with pic-
tures showing their
progress from wire skele-
ton to completion.-
"They are getting more
elaborate as I go along,"
she said. "They seem to be
getting more complex all
the time."
Her second dragon,
which took her several
months to complete, has


more than 30,000 tiny
beads affixed, one at a
time, with a toothpick.
Scales are hundreds of
hand-cut circles layered
on the body.
"That one became a
task-master," she said.
After creating a wire
sculpture that forms a
base' for the body, Ms.
Koch applies layers of
paper using a home-made
paste made from flour,
water and salt.
Muscles and tendons are
created by layering and
shaping the paper, she
said.
See DRAGON, A7


A second referendum
called "housekeeping and
antiquated provisions"
addresses charter language
pertaining to the city's
form of government, meet-
ing locations, certifying
election results and duties of
the city attorney.
Voters will consider a third
See SHORES, A4


Raccoons


cannot

be


relocated

State law
requires trapped
animals to be
euthanized
By Jeanne Willard
Willard@hometownnewsol.com
SOUTH DATYONA -
Beginning July 1 city offi-
cials have no say in the fate
of nuisance raccoons.
Animals removed from a
homeowner's property by
animal control officers were
once relocated to a rural
area, but under a new state
law, they will be euthanized.
The law targeting nui-
sance animals requires rac-
coons be transported only
for tle purpose of eutha-
nizatidh and the nocturnal
creatures may not be relo-
cated.
That concept didn't sit
well with one council mem-
ber.
"That's awful," Nancy
Long said. "Can't we protect
them?"
Residents can still request
a trap for critterson their
property, however it will cost
them $20 for city employees
to transport the animal to
the Halifax Humane Society,
where the raccoon will be
humanely euthanized, city
officials said.
The fee includes the cost
charged by The Halifax
Humane Society for dispos-
ing of the animal and a "fuel
surcharge" for transporting
the animals to the LPGA
Boulevard location, said Joe
Yarbrough, city manager.
Michele Pari, community
relations director for The
Halifax Humane' Society

See RACOONS, A2


Local kids are all in this
together. High School
Musical to hit Seaside
Music Theater this month


Take a tour
through the
beautiful
Heathcote
Botanical
Gardens in
Fort Pierce

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Homeless plan not embraced


by some cities, creators say


Services to be
'fanned out'
through county
By Bethany Chambers
bchambers@hometownnewsol.com
VOLUSIA COUNTY A plan
to end homelessness in
Volusia and Flagler counties
may be called "Come
Home," but some cities
aren't opening their doors to
the thousands of people
who live on the streets in the
two counties, the plan's cre-
ators said last week.
Susan Caplan, board pres-


ident of the Volusia/Flagler
Coalition for the Homeless,
said some cities' officials
won't even admit the home-
less are part of their popula-
tion.
"I'll be quite honest: There
are some cities and towns
who have said they don't
have the homeless," she
said.
The Coalition for the
Homeless, a local advocacy
network for homeless agen-
cies, is trying to change that
perception by visiting with
city leaders and the public
throughout the next year.
Recently the coalition met


with the Volusia County
Council and Volusia Council
of Governments and held its
first public forum.
Working with the Daytona
Beach & Halifax Area Cham-
ber of Commerce starting
last year, the coalition creat-
ed a 10-year plan to end
homelessness. The plan is a
requirement for federal
funding.
Cities all over the country
have developed similar
plans in the past decade.
The "Come Home" plan
here begins this year by col-
See HOMELESS, A10


Randy Barber/staff photographer
A group of homeless men gather near the corner of North
Street and U.S. 1 recently. Community groups are working on
a 10-year plan to end homelessness.


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said the organization will
accept raccoons, and said
she believes the law is
designed to protect the pub-
lic from disease.
That was confirmed by Pat
Behkne, Florida Fish and
Wildlife spokesperson.
"Raccoons are a big carrier
of rabies," she said.
Transporting raccoons to
other areas just moves the
problem, she said.
A better approach is to
avoid attracting the animals
in the first place by removing
any sources of food includ-
ing pet dishes, Ms. Behkne
said.
In South Daytona, animal
control duties are handled
by three community service
officers, said Police Chief Bill
Hall.
Since no records are kept
of the number of raccoon
relocations, he said he's not
sure how many raccoon
complaints the department
has handled.
Community service offi-
cers emphasize education
when they respond to these
calls, he said.
S Residents are instructed to
Sraccoon-proof garbage cans


by securing the lid, storing
garbage cans in a shed or
garage, and removing all pet
food left outside, he said.
"If they don't have plenty
to eat, they won't stay," Chief
Hall said.
Councilman Ron Clifton
asked for clarification that
the, $20 fee did not include
the cost of existing animal
control services that the city
performs and residents are
already paying for.
"The service to terminate
this animal is something the
state did to us we need to
pass that along," he said.
Mr. Yarbrough confirmed
that the city was only passing
on the humane society fees
and the cost of fuel to trans-
port the animals.
"I think what we are going
to find is when property
owners have to pay $20 to
have the animal removed,
they will cover the garbage
better and not leave cat food
out," Mr. Yarbrough said.
The motion to approve a
$20 fee passed 3-1 with Ms.
Long dissenting.
"I'm just upset we are
killing these animals," Ms.
Long said. "When we would
catch a baby raccoon, we
used to let it go in the wild
and now we are going to
have it euthanized."


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By Jamye Durrance
Durrance@hometownnewsol.com
VOLUSIA COUNTY In
an emergency or disaster,
communication is key.
That's why the Volusia
Amateur Radio Emergency
Communication Service is
ready in 'the event of an
emergency or disaster.
The group, with 50 mem-
bers, is the only amateur
radio group that works with
the Volusia County Depart-
ment of Emergency Man-
agement to offer communi-
cation in a time of crisis.
Amateur radio, or "ham
radio" as it is commonly
known, is the only form of
communication that will
work in the event that an
emergency or disaster
knocks out power, cell
phones and the Internet.
Even if cell phones are still
working, the towers are typ-
ically overloaded during
emergencies, said Fred
Magliacane, emergency
coordinator for the radio
group.
"If all communication
fails, they (emergency man-
agement) come to us to
pass messages," Mr. Magli-
acane said.
Mr. Magliacane, a Port
Orange resident who has
been in amateur radio for
10 years, said he and his fel-
low radio operators were
called on during the 1998
wildfires and the 2004 hur-
ricanes.
But, while Mr. Maglia-
cane helps the county, there
are other hams that help
individual cities.
John Lo Cicero, president
of the Daytona Beach Ama-
teur Radio Club, said that
members of the club work
with Daytona Beach's Com-
munity Emergency
Response Team.
Mr. Lo Cicero, who is also
a member of the county's
radio group, stresses the


importance of not relying
on cell phones during
emergencies.
"Everyone thinks cell
phones are the answer," he
said. "Cell phones still go
through hard wires."
Amateur radio uses vari-
ous frequencies to send and
receive signals, similar to
radios and televisions. .
The operators, or hams,
use either voice or Morse
code to communicate
across the frequencies.
"There's no end to what
ham radio can do," Mr. Lo
Cicero said. "It's so vast and
varying, it's amazing."
Astronauts in space can
even communicate via ham
radio and that's something
Mr. Lo Cicero said he is
working on organizing for
area school kids.
The Daytona Beach club
has around 100 members
and Mr. Lo Cicero said
there are 1,745 hams in
Volusia County.
Licenses are required to
become a ham, with vary-
ing levels of expertise. Pass-
ing a multiple choice exam
is the only requirement for
obtaining a license. The
Federal Communications
Commission recently
removed the Morse code
requirement for licensing.
Extra training and classes
are required to assist with
emergency personnel, Mr.
Magliacane said.
Various emergency serv-
ices, including the Salva-
tion Army and the Red
Cross also have amateur
radio personnel available
for emergencies.
Hams everywhere con-
vened for American Radio
Relay League's 2008 Field
Day last weekend. Locally,
hams set up in Daytona
Beach's emergency opera-
tions center and at the
Volusia County Fairgrounds
in DeLand.
Mr. Magliacane said the


Staff photo by Bethany Chambers
Fred Magliacane, emergency coordinator for Volusia
Amateur Radio Emergency Communications Service,
demonstrates how a ham radio works during a recent
emergency preparedness event at Jackie Robinson Ball-
park in Daytona Beach.


event was a practice for his
group.
"We use it to show how
quickly we could set up (in
the event of an emer-
gency)," he said. "It's prac-
tice for an actual disaster."
While the field day pro-
vided local hams with a
chance to practice, it was
also a chance to mingle.
"We were trying to make
as many contacts as possi-
ble," Mr. Lo Cicero said,
noting that amateur radio is
an international hobby.
Mr. Magliacane said for
radio operators, being away


from families during an
emergency isn't easy. He
said that he was at a com-
mand center operation for
96 straight hours.
"We do it because we like
to do," he said. "But, it can
get tough. It's definitely
tough."
To contact Volusia Ama-
teur Radio Emergency Com-
munication Service, call
386-383-4765 or e-mail
ec@varecs.us. To contact
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and operated by the non-
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dent Gary Swanhart didn't
know until a few years ago
that the town does not
receive revenue from the
Ponce de Leon Lightstation, a
historical landmark and pop-
ular tourist attraction.
"The lighthouse is the
town's biggest asset," he
said."
Although owned by the
town, the lighthouse is man-
aged and operated by the
non-profit Ponce Inlet Light-
house Preservation Associa-
tion.
."They do an excellent job,"
said Mr. Swanhart, who
recently announced his plans
to run for mayor. "It's one of
the most beautiful places I
have ever seen."
However, he believes the
town should receive a share
of the $1 million gross annual
revenue and suggested this to
city leaders at a recent coun-
cil meeting.
That concept makes Robyn
Hurd shudder.
A board member for 25
years, she currently serves as
president of the Lighthouse


Preservation Association
"Nothing could be more
off-base," she said. "It's a
national historic treasure,"
Diverting revenue would
dilute the preservation and
education efforts, she said.
"This sudden interest is
coming from people who are
questioning the operation
because they are looking to
supplement the town's budg-
et," she said.
The association's job is to
make sure that the light-
house is preserved not only
for the residents of Ponce
Inlet, but for visitors, she
said.
"Everything we do is to pre-
serve and interpret that land-
mark," she said.
"Do you think the town of
Manhattan is subsidized by
the Statue of Liberty?" she
asked. "I think not."
The lighthouse beautifies
the town, raises property
values and visitors spend
money at other businesses,
she said.
Without it, we would be
just another beachside
town," Ms. Hurd said.
"The people of Ponce Inlet
should be proud to own it
and have it here in the
town," she said.
As a private organization,
the association is not
required to comply with the
Florida Sunshine laws that
regulate public records and
meetings, however resident's


questions about that status
and the association's past
land purchases have surfaced
recently.
Ed Gunn, association exec-
utive director, said concerns
about whether the organiza-
tion must comply with Flori-
da's Sunshine Laws are not
new.
"We went through this
three years ago," he said. "It
was resolved."
After researching the laws,
the association's attorney
found that it did not have to
adhere to the requirements
for public disclosure, he said.
However full-disclosure is
provided to the town, includ-
ing the budget, yearly audit
and quarterly reports, he
said.
Councilman Tony Goudie is
the town's designated repre-
sentative 'at association
meetings, which are also
open to the public, Mr. Gunn
said.
Mr. Goudie said the associ-
ation's agreement with the
town mandates that any
funds generated by the light-
house be used solely to
restore, preserve and main-
tain the property and pro-
mote its historical signifi-
cance.
"Any excess funds are to be
remitted to the town treasury
to offset any funds expended
by the town," he said. "But
the town doesn't expend any
funds to support or sustain
the lighthouse."
As far as land acquisition,
the association has not pur-
chased any land since it


acquired an adjoining prop-
erty in 1999 to be used as a
buffer against encroaching
development, Mr. Gunn said.
People look for alternate
revenue sources during
tough economic times, he
said, but that would be short-
sighted when you consider
what the association has
accomplished, he said.
"During the association's
years of continuous steward-
ship we have, at no cost to the
taxpayers, transformed a
dilapidated, abandoned
property into one of the best
preserved and preeminent
light stations in the United
States," he said.
In 1972, the Department of
the Interior declared the
property as surplus and
offered it to the town, he said.
The property was neglected
and in such poor condition
that town officials declined
the offer due to lack of funds
for restoration, he said.
Volusia County officials
were ready to take over the
property, with plans to
demolish the historic struc-
tures, had the association not
stepped in, Mr. Gunn said.
In addition to the ongoing
restoration, the lighthouse
provides educational
resources for teachers and is
nationally recognized, he
said.
"We have achieved the cov-
eted designation as one of
only 10 lighthouses in the
county to earn national his-
toric landmark status," he
said.


Shores
From page Al
referendum, called "person-
nel and purchasing matters,"
pertaining to the appoint-
ment and removal of the city
manager and competitive
bidding requirements.
Florida law requires that a
city charter, which defines
the rules, powers and struc-
ture of the city government,
must be reviewed every 10
years.
"The charter is to the city
as the constitution is to the
United States," said John Ers-
land, charter review commit-
tee chairman.
Mr. Ersland is one of five
volunteer citizens who
reviewed the charter with
public input and presented


its findings at last week's city
council meeting. Other
committee members are
Anne DiGaetano,,Mr. Dryer,
Marian Fasick and Marilyn
Wheeler.
The subject of term limits
elicited the most citizen
input during committee
meetings, Mr. Dryer said.
Currently, council mem-
bers are limited to two con-
secutive four-year terms.
Some residents and coun-
cil members believe that in
2006, the term limit question
was posed during a low-
turnout, primary election in
September.
Council member Jennie
Cheloma opposed putting
the term limit question on
the ballot at that time, sug-
gesting it be put on a Novem-
ber ballot.
Posing the question on this
year's presidential election
will more accurately reflect
voter sentiment, she said
after the meeting.
This year's presidential
election will probably result


in a high turnout of 1,600 to
1,700 voters, Mr. Dryer said.
"Why not give this ques-
tion the shot that it deserved
a couple of years ago?" he
said.
Daytona Beach Shores has
the most restrictive term lim-
its in Volusia County, he said,
with cities such'as Ormond
Beach, Ponce Inlet and
South Daytona imposing no
term limits.
No residents spoke against
the proposed referendum.
A second reading of the
referendum ordinance is
scheduled for July 8. If
approved, the three charter
amendment questions will
appear on the November
ballot.
Despite committee recom-
mendations regarding char-
ter revisions, the final deci-
sion will be made by
residents, Mr. Ersland said.
"Any changes are ulti-
mately decided by voters,"
he said. "It's not the commit-
tee that's going to change the
charter."


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Randy Barber/staff photographer
Mary Edwards of Port Orange (bottom left) takes a
morning stroll on the beach near the Sunglow Pier
recently.


Port Orange Police
Department
*Jordan Matthew Fike, 18,
of 136 Brandy Hills Dr., Port
Orange, was arrested June
20 on charges of burglary to
a dwelling. No bail was set.
*Alan J. Hyatt, of 1913
Mofid Lane, Port Orange,
was arrested June 20 on
charges of dealing in stolen
property. No bail was set.
*Diana L. Robertson, 24,
of 59 Springwood Sq., Port


Orange, was arrested June
21 on charges of grand lar-
ceny and possession of a
controlled substance. Bail
was set at $5,000.
*Christopher Michael
Sadler, 69, of 1637 Jacobs
Rd., South Daytona, was
arrested June 21 on charges
of purchase of a minor for
pornography. No bail was
set.
*Matthew Kyle Martin, 28,
of 1645 Dunlawton Ave.
#1523, Port Orange, was


Community notes


VCARD Citizen
of the Year
Volusia County Associa-
tion for Responsible Devel-
opment (VCARD)
announces "Citizen of the
Year" recipients
Cited for his ability to
build consensus among
varying interest groups,
Mayor Glenn Ritchey was
selected to receive VCARD's
"Citizen of the Year" award.
Steve Kintner, director of
Volusia County environ-
mental management was
the other recipient.
VCARD's membership
includes about 165 develop-
ment-related firms and
their professionals, as well
as numerous local govern-
ment planners and elected
officials. The group serves as
:an education resource on
issues relating to land-use
planning, growth manage-
ment and the environment.

PO Regional Library
Children's Film Feast
Monday at 11:00 a.m.
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and join us for a film in
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arrested June 23 on charges
of felony battery, burglary
with assault or battery. No
bail was set.

Volusia County
Sheriffs Office
*David Renardo Duhart
25, of 330 Orange Blossom,
South Daytona, was arrest-
ed June 20 on charges of sale
and possession of cocaine
with intent to sell. Bail was
set at $2,500.


Madame Adelaide Bon-
famille's passing her cat
Duchess and 3 kittens stand
to inherit her fortune... but
not if Edgar the butler can
help it. 1005 City Center Cir-
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call 386-322-5152 ext. 4 or
check our Happenings at
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County employee
finalist for Fleet
Manager of Year
George Baker, director of
Volusia County's Central
Services Division, was one
of three finalists for Govern-
ment Fleet magazine's 2008
Public Sector Fleet Manager
of the Year award in May.
Twenty-eight fleet man-
agers were nominated by
their employees. The nomi-
nees narrowed down to
three finalists based on
essays .they submitted
addressing business prac-
tices, preventive mainte-
nance, and policies and pro-
cedures.
Baker joined the county's
staff in 2006 as director of
the fleet management divi-
sion, which handles mainte-
nance, field repairs; and
minor body work for more
See NOTES, A7


*Charles Andrew Greaves,
Sr., 47, of 3895 Long Grove
Ln., Port Orange, was arrest-
ed June 24 on charges of
being a fugitive from justice.
No bail has been set.

South Daytona Police
Department
*Christina Lynn Hall, 24,
of 489 Leslie Drive, Port
Orange, was arrested June
20 on charges of grand theft.
Bail was set at $2,500.


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Thoughts of July 4

Happy Birthday, America! Today with a giant birthday
party all over this great country of ours, with red, white
and blue decorations, banners, parades and flags, peo-
ple celebrating with picnics, fireworks and other enter-
tainment, stuffing themselves with hot dogs, hamburg-
ers, ice cream, apple pie and other goodies, one tends to
forget just what this day means to us.
This is a day to reflect on our country being an inde-
pendent country that so few countries are enjoying.
Compared to a lot of countries, our country is a young
country age-wise. However, it has risen to a great nation.
We fought the British to gain our independence and are
still fighting in distant countries and even in our own
country to keep it free. Many men and women have paid
the supreme sacrifice to keep our nation free. We are
fighting to keep the terrorists from invading our country,
and also we are fighting organizations in this country
that are trying to take our freedoms from us, just
because they do not believe in the Bible, the Constitu-
tion or prayers or the manger scene at Christmas time.
We have had several tragedies which could have torn
our nation apart, and destroyed it like Pearl Harbor and
9-11. But, each time our nation has risen to the occasion
and has become united. Unfortunately after the shock
has worn off, the people have put their flags and other
decorations away and got back to normal, which in
some ways is unfortunate. We are fighting in Iraq, Iran
and Afghanistan to try to keep terrorists from invading
our country and destroying it.
We are a free country thanks to the Constitution, Bill of
Rights and Declaration of Independence and we are free
to worship when we wish and where we wish, and in a
lot of cases not at all. There are very few countries in this
world that can do that. In Third World countries and
- Communist countries, if people mention God, Jesus,
etc., they would lose their heads or be thrown into pris-
ons or worse. If we do not like who is.in office, we are
free to vote for someone else who we feel could do a bet-
ter job. In a lot of countries the people cannot vote for
whom they want.
So, as we celebrate Happy Birthday, America, let us
reflect on what a great nation we have, because it is the
"Land of the Free, and the Home of the Brave." May God
Bless America.

Wrong use of the flag

I read the comments about the lack of a flag at a school
and I agree that schools should have one. I would like to
raise the issue of American Flags being where they
should not be painted on the doors and hoods of taxis
as part of a company logo. This company, licensed by
the city of Daytona Beach, is trying to evoke patriotic
feelings and pride to increase its profits. The American
Flag is a symbol that belongs to all Americans and for a
company to use it as its logo is to steal our symbol for
the company's advertising. To me, a veteran, this is
offensive. This use is also, under federal and state law,
illegal. I complained to the office that licenses taxis in
Daytona Beach but they continue to license this compa-
ny that abuses our national symbol by painting it on
their taxi doors. If the American flag belonged to a pri-
vate company this taxi company would have been sued
long ago for trademark theft, yet this company steals our
national symbol to promote its business and gets away
with it. Outrageous! I would never use this, company's
services. Let's take our flag back.,

Patronize Canal Street

Wake up New Smyrnans! We have such a beautiful,
centrally located jewel that is east Canal Street. This,
safe and scenic historical street has so much potential as
far as the New Smyrna entertainment/social scene goes.
Excellent restaurant Romeso's seems to be the only one
in town fighting to bring people in to the "downtown"
area. It is so frustrating to go to Romesco's for a nice
meal and a few cold beverages, only to find people run-
ning for their homes once the sun sets. Imagine a
vibrant, happening Canal Street after dark, where live
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tables, while winding the stress from the work week
away. Look at the big empty lot next to Romesco's where
the furniture store unfortunately burned down. Now,
wouldn't it make sense to allow outdoor dining under
the stars? More visitors would possibly come to our little
street if they knew they could sit outside, enjoy music,
and watch the world pass by. But, I guess that absent
land owner will have none of that! No wild and crazy fun
in NSB! Instead, we'll continue to look at another nasty,
,weed filled vacant lot. If we are really lucky, maybe we'll
get yet another antique/country craft store! The sad real-
ity is that Canal Street is a ghost town after dark. Yes, talk
is cheap. That is what we locals continually seem to be
getting from our elected leaders when it comes to revi-
talizing our downtown area. It seems more energy and
money is being put into the areas surrounding Wal-Mart
with more cookie cutter, box-style strip malls. What a
shame that we have historic buildings on Canal Street
that are in great condition, yet businesses continue to
pack up and pull out. We don't need anymore 9-5 busi-
nesses coming on to Canal, we need a variety of dining
and drinking establishments to bring some excitement,
socialization, and vitality to our main drag (yes, pun is
intended!).

Democrats slow-witted

Republicans in '99 declared that the Clintons were
frauds, fakes and terrible people. For the next eight years
we had to listen to how great the Clintons were while
Bush was president. But, we knew better. And now,
apparently, the slow-witted Democrats threw the Clin-
tons under the bus. It took them 18 years to realize that.
Slow-witted, that's the word.

Crossword too small

I really enjoy your crossword puzzle, it's unique. But it
is too tiny for my tired old eyes. Go back to printing in
the larger size like you did in the past.

Athletic Complex in the red

I have read that New Smyrna Beach's athletic complex
goes into the red each month by $100,000. Could some-
body break that figure down for me, please?

Spay-Neuter Ordinance

Regarding the recent article about the spay-neuter
ordinance, I agree to a certain extent but it should not
apply to responsible pet owners, which I am. I contacted
Carl Persis after the vote was taken and left a message to
contact me or my vet. He didn't have the decency to get
back to me. This is not appropriate. There must be limi-
tations as to who's prosecuted. The law should not apply
to responsible pet owners. This should be looked into.

I Upset Votran rider

My opinion of the recent public input sessions Votran
recently held is that Voran has always made up its mind
as to what routes to cut and/or cut back. The meeting s
were held so that Votran riders would think they had a
say in the matter when they really don't.


Empty trolley

The trolley that runs on A1A is absolutely a big waste of
money. The times that I have seen it, it's either empy or
holds one or two customers. Please note there are not
enough passengers to spend the money on such a thing
as a trolley.

Seaside season cancelled

It was not a total surprise to many long time sub-
scribers of the Seaside Music Theater that the season
had been cancelled. Many of us learned of this through
word-of-mouth. As a subscriber, I have not yet been
notified of the cancellation; however, Seaside has sent
me e-mails regarding the benefit performance of "Les
Miserables".
Initially, tickets could be kept in the event of a future
season, or one could donate the $174 subscription to
Seaside. No mention of refunds was made. To the many
residents of the area for whom the subscription price
was a willing sacrifice, and a highlight of the year, no
consideration was made. The way this was handled was
reprehensible. We have endured numerous requests for
donations both by e-mail and by snail mail. We have
heard the appeals prior to each performance. We have
seen the tin cup put in the lobby for donations, and have


been made to feel guilty for not doing more when the
fact of the matter is that Seaside has suffered from very
poor management whose heads were in New York while
their audiences were in Daytona.
Why Seaside would attempt to mount a production of
"Les Miserables" which is ambitious and expensive at a
time when they knew their funding was in danger from
both the State of Florida and the News-Journal is beyond
me-it's just irresponsible.
It would be wonderful if the whole situation could be
worked out, and that wonderful facility could be saved
so that Seaside could continue to use it, but I don't
believe those in the community who have been burned
by Seaside's handling of the whole matter would be will-
ing to do much toward that end. "The Emperor's New
Clothes" would have been a more fitting production
choice. Seaside needs to communicate to its
audience honestly in regard to this mess. A better, more
realistic theater director is needed. Perhaps then the
community trust will be restored, and support will
come.

Who is really to blame for wars?

In response to the Democratic woes where the ranter
said that 45 years before the Republicans took over, the
Democrats ran the Senate and House and they got us
into three wars. He mentioned WWII, Korea and Viet-
nam. I take exception to WWII because this war vas
started by the Japanese when they bombed Pearl Harbor.
That war was not started by a working President or Con-
gress. Korea and Vietnam were I'll give him that, but
since he's raving about the Republicans let's see what
they did in office George Bush went over and fought in
Kuwait and caused the Gulf War. And if that wasn't bad
enough, he did that after he promised Saddam Hussein
that he wouldn't interfere in local politics. Then we getito
"little George" coming in and he and his cronies, the
same ones who were with his father, Cheney and that
bunch, decided to have an oil war and go into Iraq,
Afghanistan and Pakistan. I think these wars that 1jhe
Republicans caused were more devastating than Korea
and Vietnam because it was done for all wrong reasons.
The Bush wars were done for oil, for profit for big com-
panies like Halliburton. I wouldn't blame the Democrats
for WWII, in fact I think we should bless Truman and
Democrats that saw to it that we weren't eating sushi. It
took a big man to end that war and I hate to see when
people aren't really informed as to who started wars and
why.

Bring back the old ways of education

The education our children is getting is deplorable, to
say the least. No wonder more and more parents are
electing to home school their children. At least, they are
getting a decent education.
Educating our children has been going downhill ever
since the 1960's when prayer and Bibles were taken out
of the schools. Then came the elimination of geography
in elementary schools, social studies in junior high, and
US and world history, civics, student court in senior high.
Now they want to take away PE, art and music (all those
build up their character) and now current administrators
are eliminating over 200 teachers who are badly needed.
Also, the paddle, used to discipline the children, is gone.
No wonder our children are becoming brats and don't
respect authority. Our children are becoming illiterate in
regard to our country and our world. Our school officials
feel it is a waste of time to teach our children those sub-
jects. My son learned the state capitols not from school
but when he was four years old. My husband worked in a
motel and their restaurant used to have placemats that
had a state capitol game. I learned the state capitols when
I was in the sixth grade (geography, social studies and US
history were my favorite subjects and I am still a history
buff.)
I believe we should start at the beginning. Come Septem-
ber, first of all, get rid of all the school board. They are a
pathetic bunch. Fire the Superintendent of schools. Things
have slowly gone downhill since she's been in office. Give
the 200 plus teachers their jobs back. Get rid of the "junk"
subjects. Give our children back the basic subjects that our
parents, grandparents, etc., were brought up on. I was
graduated during the WWII years. I had PE, Art and music,
geography, social studies and US history. I grew to love my
country in my early years. Kids respected their teachers.
The worst thing a kid did in the classroom was to chew
gum. The paddle was in the room and was used either by
the teacher or the principal. That was followed by a letter
sent home to the parents and they did the same thing. I
believe if more parents of today stopped trying to keep up
with the Jones',and put their children first and had the
mom stay home to educate their children, this world
would be a better land to live in.


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Dragon
From page Al
Next, she paints the body
and applies scales and fin-
ishing touches such as
teeth, eyes and decorative
touches.
When she starts a project
she doesn't have a clear idea
what it will look like, she
said.
"The most I have is a pose
in mind," she said. "It's all
imaginary."
Because dragons are
mythical creatures, no one
can critique the design, she
said laughing.
Divorced, Ms. Koch has
lived in Port Orange since
2003 with her two Absynian
cats named Ms. Scarlett
and Bubba Red.
The cats co-exist with the
dragons so long as they are
not within pouncing dis-
tance, she said.
But keeping the dragons


Notes
From page A5
than 2,100 county vehicles.
Earlier this year, the county's
Fleet Management and
Facilities divisions com-
bined to form the Central
Services Division.
Under Baker's leadership,
the fleet management team
has increased fuel capacity
by 58,000 gallons, provided
fuel sales and fleet service to
1) local agencies, generated
aanual revenue of more
than $1 million, and added
11 hybrid-electric vehicles
and more than 120 flex-fuel
vehicles. Last November, the
iolusia County fleet was
mamed the best public fleet
in North America by the 100
Best Fleets Program.

Admission fee
changed
The Halifax Historical
Museum has made a slight,
change in its admission fees.
MAult Admission is now
$5.00 and Children's Admis-
son 12 and under remains
at $1.00.


out of claw reach is only
one consideration in place-
ment, she said.
"You have to be careful
where you put them," Ms.
Koch said. "You can't put a
dragon in the bedroom.
(It's) too much energy."
Ms. Koch said art serves
as a creative release to bal-
ance her work as a commu-
nity association manager.
Her home is filled with
her paintings and an eclec-
tic collection of icons and
other objects.
"I want a house that
draws you in and surprises
you when you look
around," she said. "A pretty
environment makes me feel
good."
For now, Ms. Koch has no
plans to sell her dragons,
but enjoys the reaction
from people when they first
see them, she said.
"I'm not doing it for the
money," she said. "They are
one of a kind.


DB Job Fair

Commissioner Dwayne
Taylor has initiated a job
fair featuring Daytona
Beach's top employers.
Looking for a new job? Take
advantage of this opportu-
nity to search and apply for
available positions. Thurs-
day, July 10, 10 a.m.- 2 p.m.,
Volusia Mall Confirmed
participants include Florida
Health Care Plan, Daytona
Beverages, International
Speedway Corporation, H &
R Block, Halifax Health
Medical Center, NASCAR,
Daytona Beach College,
and Daytona Beach's fire
and police departments.
More companies are
expected to participate.
Stay tuned for additional
details.

Human Services
Advisory Board
Schedules
July Meetings

The Volusia County
Human Services Advisory
Board has scheduled three
meetings in July to review


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Staff photo by Jeanne Willard
Port Orange resident Karen Koch is known as the "Dragon
Lady" because of the elaborate paper mach6 dragons she
creates. The two dragons in the foreground are complete
and the one in the background is a work in progress.


programs and bylaws in
preparation for the next fis-
cal year.
The board met July 1 to
review and approve the fis-
cal year 2008-2009 Commu-
nity Services Block Grant
application.
The bylaws committee
will meet at 3:30 p.m. Tues-
day, July 8, in the Human
Services office, room 101 of
the Thomas C. Kelly Admin-
istration Center, 123 W.
Indiana Ave., DeLand. They
will review and make rec-
ommendations for changes
to the bylaws for approval
at the July 16 board meet-
ing.
The board will meet at
3:30 p.m. Wednesday, July
16, at the Volusia County
Emergency Operations
Center, 49 Keyton Drive,
Daytona Beach. Members
will review the annual
action plan for the Commu-
nity Services Block Grant,
recommendations from the
bylaws committee, and the
calendar for the next fiscal
year.
The advisory board helps
develop Community Ser-
vices Block Grant program
goals and objectives, iden-


tify community needs, and
evaluate program effective-
ness.
For more information,
call Human Services Man-
ager Pat James at (386) 736-
5956, ext. 2980.

Volusa County's
Community Info
Division received
national awards

Volusia County's Com-
munity Information Divi-
sion will be recognized at
the National Association of
County Information Offi-
cers annual conference in
Kansas City, Mo., July 11.
The division will receive
awards of excellence for its
Turtle Day poster and
employee newsletter,
County Line.
The National Association
of County Information Offi-
cers was formed in 1966 to
promote a better under-
standing of the functions of
county government and
improve the professional
capabilities of its members.
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corrections veteran when
she went looking for him.
The Department of Correc-
tions is doing an administra-
tive review to see what, if
any, policies and procedures
were broken and the Florida
Department of Law Enforce-
ment is investigating the
murder. Fitzgerald, who
leaves behind a 20-year-old
son, other loved ones and
friends, was working in the
prison's Pride Unit, where
inmates learn vocational
skills. Pride operates in
many of Florida's Prisons
and at Tomoka, the inmates
renovate heavy equipment.
Enoch Hall, 39, serving life
for a violent rape, battery


and kidnapping, had priv-
iliges to be in the unit and
admitted to investigators he
fashioned a knife from sheet
metal, then hid in a shed as
other inmates were walking
back to the dorms after work
in the Pride Unit. Loved ones
want to know why a lifer,
who was supposed to be
under close supervision had
access to the Pride Unit, and
why, when it became clear
he was missing, Officer
Fitzgerald was sent alone to
search for him. Correction
Officers carry only pepper
spray, a body alert and
sometimes a radio. The DOC
Secretary spoke to the press
in the aftermath of the mur-
der and insisted no protocol
was broken, but he said
more than one officer would
be supervising inmates and
that may not have been the


case the night Officer
Fitzgerald was killed. Inmate
Hall has been transferred to
Florida State Prison in Starke
while the State Attorney's
Office considers whether to
indict him on charges of first
degree murder.

Purse Snatcher
sought

Port Orange police are
looking for the suspect who
they say stole a woman's
purse, then dragged her
across a parking lot as she
tried to stop him when he
drove off. Egle Bell, 64, suf-
fered serious injuries when
the thief stole her purse as
she rested at a picnic table in
the Big Lots shopping center
along Dunlawton Blvd. Bell
chased the suspect and


grabbed the door handle
when, once in his car, he
made his get-away. He was
last seen heading South on
Nova Road.

More snatchers
in area

Recent purse snatchings
have been reported in other
cities as well. In New Smyrna
Beach, a suspect was caught
after police say he stole a 77-
year-old woman's purse from
her on Canal Street. Authori-
ties say Damon Ritchie, 31,
stole the purse then ran, but
witnesses chased him to a
nearby, vacant apartment.
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A Daytona Beach family is
asking the community for
help in solving the murder of
a loved one, recently shot to
death in front of his grand-
mother's home. Zodrick
Jones, 20, died in his grand-
mother's arms and the family
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down on Cedar Highlands,
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killing. Police, including the
chief himself, pursued the
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trying to get the driver to
stop. Chief Chitwood says
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possible to keep residents
safe but that the driver would
not pull over. He says the sus-
pect, later identified as Brody
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at police officers, nearly hit-
ting several head on. Hamil-
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County workers return
from Iowa

Several environmental
specialists with the Volusia
County Health Department
have just returned home after
assisting with disaster efforts
in Iowa. As you know, the
flooding there has been hor-
rific for residents and busi-
ness owners, threatening
water quality, inundating
homes, and possibly spread-
ing disease. The Volusia
County team was in the area
for a week, helping to restore
some kind of order to the
area so they can begin the
recovery. Our local experts,
with experience in disaster
relief due to brushfires and
hurricanes, were a welcome
sight.

Carter asks for help
from community

Mainland High School
standout and NBA great
Vince Carter is hoping the
community will support his
charity, the Embassy of
Hope Foundation. Carter,
who still has strong ties to
the community, says in a
tough .economy, more peo-
ple are in need, but fewer
people can help. Carter
established the Embassy'of
Hope in our area not loig
after becoming a superstar
with the NBA and he says ie
has funded much on his own
but needs help to keep the
foundation healthy for the
community. The non-prcfit
foundation gives high school
scholarships and helps sv-
eral local organizations
including the House Noct
Door and Halifax Healtly
Communities. The New J-r-
sey Nets guard says people
can help by coming outto
the annual golf tournarnint
July 13th at the Ginn Han-
mock Beach Resort in Flagbr
County or a Gala event at tie
Hilton Resort in Daytoia
Beach July 19th. For more
information on Carte''s
charity events, you can coi-
tact the Embassy of Hole
Foundation at (386) 239-
8215.

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Hi everybody. This
past weekend, my
wife and I had the
tremendous opportunity to
visit Heathcote Botanical
Gardens in Fort Pierce.
This beautiful, tropical
paradise is located on
Savannah Road, just off U.S.
1, in the southern part of
Fort Pierce. The gardens
feature many common
native plants along with
many varieties that are not
so common and that is what
makes this local attraction
go unique.
Upon first entering the
gardens, the first "staff" you
might encounter will be the
local residing cats that make
this sanctuary their home.
The curving walkways
throughout the gardens add
to the charm of the entire
experience.
Along the paths, you will
encounter a wonderful
fishpond with a small
waterfall and a footbridge to
boot. In the back of the
gardens, be sure to visit the
Bonsai garden, which
boasts plants from all over
the world. I found this area
truly amazing and worth the
trip just to see this area by
itself.
Be sure to bring your
camera, as there are many
photographic opportunities
throughout the garden area.
I am composing a slide


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on my Web site
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t. The slideshows are in
Flash format and can be
accessed by almost all
browsers. You can visit their
Web site for admission
prices and driving direc-
tions at www.heathcoteb-
otanicalgardens.org/index.
html.
Today I would like to
mention a little about a
couple of the plants that
you will encounter on your
garden tour. One of the
more common plants you
will see are bromeliads.
Bromeliads are members of
a plant family called
bromeliaceae. There are
more than 3,000 species of
these plants in the world.
One of the more common
plants in this category is the
pineapple plant, which I
talked about in a previous
column a few weeks back.
These plants are easy to
grow and the brilliant long
lasting blooms make them
an extremely popular plant
in Florida. They tolerate the
Florida heat quite well and


thrive in almost all tempera-
tures as long as they stay
above freezing.
In order for these plants
to bloom, they must be
large and mature enough
plus they will need ade-
quate light and water.
Adding a small amount of
ordinary Epsom salts can
aid in both growth and
blooming. If the plant is
stubborn and still refuses to
bloom, you can sometimes
force the plant to bloom by
the use of a simple, ripe
apple. To do this, simply
enclose the plant in a plastic
bag with the apple inside
the bag. Be sure to keep the
plant out of direct sunlight
when doing this procedure.
Leave the bag and apple
intact for about a week. The
apple will emit a gas called
ethylene, which will, in
turn, help force the plant to
bloom. After a week, remove
the plastic bag and the
apple. You can return the
plant back to its normal
environment. Be sure to use
a well draining potting soil
when planting your
bromeliads.
One of the more colorful
plants you will encounter
on your tour is the black
cherry alamanda. Personal-
ly, I love the coloring of
these plants. Think of a glass
of black cherry soda and
that is the color you will see


in the plant. Other than the
color, the leaves and flower
structure are very similar to
the more common yellow
alamanda. Alamanda plants
are quite easy to grow and
are very common in our
tropical climate. You can
use these plants in large
pots, as a landscape accent
plant and also as a hedging
plant.
Although beautiful, bear
in mind that alamanda are
on the list of Florida's
poisonous plants. All parts
of the plant are poisonous
and contain allamandin,
which can cause an itchy
rash and blisters, so be sure
to use gloves when han-
dling.
The couple of plants I just
mentioned are just the tip of
the iceburg of what you will
see on your garden tour.
In the near future, the
gardens will be expanded
by as much as 63 acres, so
be sure to stay tuned on
when this event will hap-
pen. Enjoy your visit.
I hope everybody has a
happy and safe Fourth of
July holiday.

Joe Zelenak has 26 years
experience in gardeningand
landscape. Send e-mails to
gardennook@bellsouth.net.
He is also available to
answer plant questions at
Sears Essentials in Stuart.


Shown is one
Sof the many
exotic Bonsai
plants at
Heathcote
Botanical
Gardens in
Fort Pierce.



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laborating homeless servic-
es, collecting data on the
homeless through a com-
puterized system, providing
housing first and then mak-
ing sure those who leave
emergency housing don't
end up back in it.
The federal government
supports this "continuum of
care" model to transition the
homeless to permanent
housing while providing
medical care, career coun-
seling and other services
along the way, said Tony
Schefstad, the coalition's
new executive director.
The "Come Home" plan
employs a "pick your moti-
vation" philosophy, enlist-
ing locals to help whether
for financial gain, enlight-
ened self-interest or reli-
gious reasons.
Still, that hasn't enticed
some city leaders. Only
about six area cities have
dedicated time, money and
services to helping the
homeless, Ms. Caplan said.
If all the cities would get
on board, though, the two
counties could stand to save
$21 million a year collective-
ly, Ms. Caplan said last week
at a public meeting on the
second draft of the plan.
"People are like, 'Where
are we going to get the
money (to fund the plan)?'
Well, guess what: we're
already spending tens of
millions of dollars on incar-
ceration and emergency
medical services (for the
homeless)," said Bob
Williams, a member of the
Chamber of Commerce's
Homeless Issues Commit-
tee.
"(City officials) all imme-
diately say, 'Oh, you're ask-
ing for more money.' We're
really not," he added. "We're
*asking to work together to


save us all money."
Businesses also stand to
gain from eradicating
homelessness, said Mr.
Williams, who is vice presi-
dent of economic develop-'
ment for Daytona Beach
College.
"I can't tell you how frus-
trating it is ... to get compa-
nies interested in coming to
the area and they come
down here and they're
accosted by panhandlers,"
he said. "It's embarrassing.
Why would you want to
bring a business or move
your family down here?"
The public meeting at the
Salvation Army offices on
North Street in Daytona
Beach drew about 25 peo-
ple, most of them Daytona
Beach residents concerned
about a possible "homeless
hub" being created in the
city's uptown neighbor-
hood.
A recent proposal by the
Salvation Army to open an
expanded shelter on North
Street has drawn much of
the criticism from neigh-
bors, but the .Coalition for
the Homeless has no say in
it, Mr. Williams said. The
Salvation Army's plans are
not part of the "Come
Home" plan, he added.
For that reason, the coali-
tion plan's creators said they
could not answer questions
about the location of servic-
es centralized along North
Street.
However, Joni Sarrus
Casillas, Salvation Army
director of social services,
attended the meeting and
said the Salvation Army will
soon be forced to close its
Ballough Road shelter
because it is located in a
part of the city slated for
commercial redevelopment.
In order to stay near their
offices in Daytona Beach,
they were-told by represen-
tatives of the city manager's
office, they would have to


move to North Street, she
said.
"We provided 35 locations
and every single one of
them was turned down, so
(North Street) was kind of
it," she said.
The new draft of the
"Come Home" homeless
plan has eliminated refer-
ences to the North Street
location because "the plan
does not advocate a large
congregant area," regardless
of the Salvation Army's
actions.
"The world knows our
(area) as Daytona Beach, so
people who are homeless
who travel here know Day-
tona Beach. There really is a
huge intake focus that needs
to be located in Daytona
Beach, where people get off
the bus," Mr. Williams said.
"But then (services) need to
be fanned out from there."
To ensure that happens,
resident Greg Gimbert said
he would like the plan to
include what percentage of
the cost each city would be
expected to cover, possibly
based on total population.
He also suggested each
city be required to provide a
mixture of services for the
homeless.
"There are only so many
places you can walk for jobs
or cheap meals in (the
uptown neighborhood),"
Mr. Gimbert said. "This
community is all spent out
on good will and 'will work
for food' opportunities."
Others also said they
would fight to prevent a
homeless hub in the uptown
neighborhood.
"This is a vulnerable
neighborhood because of
the elderly population and
economic problems. They
take the brunt (of the home-
less population)," said
Weegie Kuendig of collabo-
rative community group,
Save Our Neighborhoods.
"This isn't a throw-away'
neighborhood."


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FRIDAY, JULY 4
*Red, White & Boom: The
Friends of the Bandshell and
the City of Daytona Beach
are pleased to present its July
4th concert event. Poco will,
be live in concert at 8:15 pm.
Children' events start at 5:00
pm and concerts start at 5:30
pm. Fireworks will be held
after all concerts at 9:45 pm.
Chair rental available. No
coolers allowed in the band-
shell. This is a great venue to
bring the family and enjoy an
evening of fun and entertain-
ment at the Historic Band-
shell. All events are free.
*4th of July in Edgewater:
Boat Show & Fireworks,
Fourth of July schedule of
events: 7:00 Registration for
5K Walk/Run City Hall; 8:00
Start of 5K Walk/Run Start at
City Hall; 10:00 Awards pres-
entation 5K Walk/Run City
Hall; 10:00 Boat show opens
East Park Avenue/City Hall;
10:00 Vendors open City
Hall/Community Center,
Menard-May Park; 10:00 Kids
Zone opens Menard-May
Park; 11:00 Fishing/boating
seminars City Hall/Communi-
ty Center; Dusk Fireworks dis-
play George R. Kennedy Park.
*Fourth annual 'Politics,
Freedom & the Underdog':
Sara Fox Gallery House will
present this art exhibit
inspired by censorship from
1-5 p.m., July 1-10, at 110 N.
Halifax Ave., Daytona Beach.
This is a patriotic art installa-
tion of selected works created
over three decades. The
annual exhibition delves into
voting and elections issues
and the cost of freedom.
Admission is free. Groups
admitted by appointment. For
more information, call (386)
258-5333.

SATURDAY, JULY 5
Rockabilly US: The
world's largest traveling
oldies show team, Rockabilly
US, will be performing the
golden oldies of the 40s, 50s
and 60s at 7 p.m. at the
Ormond Beach Performing
Arts Center., Suitable for the
entire family. Tickets are $14
to $37. For more information
call 1-866-884-0291 or visit
www.rockabilly.us.
*Fundraiser to benefit
homeless: "From Start to Fin-
ish: Racing to End Homeless-
ness and Poverty Housing" is
a fundraiser to benefit Halifax
Habitat for Humanity and the
STAR Center for the Homeless
4-8 p.m. at Daytona Interna-
tional Speedway Tickets are
$75 and include parking, din-
ner, and a ticket to the Coke
Zero 400 with entrance into
the Sprint FANZONE. Guest
See OUT, B3


Queen of the opera

Alexis Ochoa of Port
Orange (center) sings
the part of the queen as I
Ashley King (left) and
Kelsey Brock look on
during 'A Funny Thing
Happened on the Way to
the Wedding' puppet
opera at the Daytona
Beach College Theater
Center recently.




Randy Barber
staff photographer


Local cast to perfonn High School Musical


For Hometown News
Volnews@hometownnewsol.com
DAYTONA BEACH -A local cast
of young people will fill the stage at
Seaside Music Theater next week
when Disney's "High School
Musical, the phenomenally suc-
cessful stage musical based on the
Disney Channel original movie, is
performed.
"Seeing the outpour of kids at the
auditions made my heart swell,"
said Lester Malizia, SMT's artistic
director and director of the show. "I
can't wait to showcase this extraor-
dinary group of talent to our
Central Florida patrons."
The cast boasts more than40
local students including Chase
Ferriera, Delaney Thompson,
Chelsea Turbin and Nick Rischel,
whom, among others, were recently
nominated for SMT's seventh
annual Blazing Star Awards, a


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*Bank & Blues Club: Daytona
Blues Society "True Blues" Live Jam
open jam session is held from 8
p.m.-1 a.m. each Wednesday at
701 Main St., Daytona Beach. This
nonprofit group is dedicated to
preserving and spreading the love
of blues music. For more informa-
tion and a full events schedule,
visit the Web site at www.Dayton-
aBluesSociety.org.
*Cuvee Oceanside Wine &
Tapas: "Flight School" is held each
Tuesday, with $9 wine flights from
different regions each week.
Wednesday is Fusion Sake Cocktail
Nights from 5-7 p.m. Cuvee
features acoustic jazz guitar with
Mario Peral from 5:30-9:30 p.m.
each Thursday and from 7-10 p.m.
each Saturday. Cuvee Oceanside is
located at 188 E. Granada Blvd.,
Ormond Beach. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 615-4727 or visit
the Web site at www.cuveeocean-
side.com.
*Five O'Clock Charley: This band


ceremony that honors talented
local high school students for
outstanding performance in local
high school musical productions.
"SMT is proud to have discovered
this talent so close to home," said
Gary Cadwallader, SMT's Educa-
tional Director. "Giving the kids an
opportunity to learn what perform-
ing in a professional theater is like
is something that SMT wants to
continue for many years to come."
"High School Musical," which
will be performed July 10-13 and
July 15-20, is the story of popular
high school jock Troy Bolton who
falls for studious, shy Gabriella
Montez while on winter vacation.
Upon returning to school, Troy is
surprised to find Gabriella is the
new transfer student to East High
and a relationship develops.
However, due to social circles, their
friends and classmates scheme to
prevent them from being together.


All that changes when they both try
out for the school musical, a
decision that turns their world
upside down.
Although most popularwith ages
8 through 15, the family-friendly
musical is sure to be a hit with
audiences of all ages. "High School
Musical" has been compared to its
rougher counter part "Grease,"
which projected the same positive
themes like "following your
dreams" and "not being afraid to
express yourself."
The music is infectious with such
hits as "We're All in This Together,"
"Get'cha Head in the Game,"
"When There Was Me and You," and
"Bop to the Top."
Tickets are $20 for all ages and
can be purchased by calling (386)
252-6200, or visiting the Seaside
Music Theater box office, located
within the News-Journal Center at
221 N. Beach Street, Daytona Beach.


Scene


performs from 5:30-8:30 p.m. each
Thursday at Woody's Bar-B-Q, 121
E. Granada Blvd., Ormond Beach,
and from 4-6 p.m., each Monday,
at the Grand Seas Resort pool
deck, 2424 N. Atlantic Ave., Day-
tona Beach. Charley also performs
every other Friday at Inlet Harbor
in Ponce Inlet. For more informa-
tion, visit the Web site at FiveO-
ClockCharley.com.
*Frappes North: Wine tasting
are held each Tuesday. "Fabulous
Finger Foods" will be provided to
compliment, all vintages. The cost
is $15 per person. Live Music
Friday Nights are held from 7:30 -
11:30 p.m. Frappes is located at
123 W. Granada Blvd. in Ormond
Beach. For more information, visit
the Web site at/www.frappes-
north.com.
*HotSpot Coffee Shoppe: A
music and open mic event with
hosts Bob Wind and Charlie
Poplees is held from noon to 3
p.m. each Tuesday. Slow Circle Jam


is held from 7-9 p.m. each
Wednesday with Bob Wind.
Participants will learn how jam; 'all
instruments are welcome.
Singer/guitarists Wes Malone and
Bob Wind host a music and open
mike event from 7-11 p.m. each
Thursday and Friday. There is no
cover charge for any event. For
more information, call (386) 236-
0518 or visit the Web site at
www.hotspotcoffeeshoppe.com.
*Inlet Harbor Restaurant:
Reuben Morgan will perform from
1-5 p.m., Friday, followed by
Then2Now at 6 p.m. On Saturday,
Eddie & Kenny will perform from 1-
5 p.m., then Then2Now at 6 p.m.
*Norwood's Restaurant and
Wine Shop: Free wine tasting are
held from 5-7 p.m. each Friday on
the deck and Saturday in the shop
with complimentary cheeses.
Norwood's is located at 400
Second Ave., New Smyrna Beach.
For more information, call (386)
See CLUB, B4


STAR SCOPES
James Tucker
Week of 07-04-2008


Aries-March 21-April 19
Finding quality time for your-
self, amid all your other
responsibilities, continues to
be a challenge. The' biggest
need right now would be to
find positive "stress busters"
Make time each week to do
three things you love that
have nothing to dowith work.
This, your good nature and
awesome courage continue
to move you through chal-
lenges time after time. New,
better days are on the way.

Taurus-April 20-May 20
Let petty annoyances slide
you off without affecting and
making you react. Try to stay
centered when things don't
go right. Refuse to clutter
your life with habits, attitudes
and things outdated or
unnecessary. Clean out the
closets in your home and in
your mind. You don't have to
be all things to all people
anymore. You thrive best
when under pressure, but
everyone needs a break
sometimes. Your time is now.

Gemini-May 21-June 21
You are always learning new
things about yourself, others
and human' nature. Go back
to school and take a psychol-
ogy course. You would do
well at it. It's all because of
your strong power of com-
munication. You listen as
well as talk. This makes you
popular, respected and suc-
cessful. Continue to create
your own reality. Hold fast to
your ideals. You are a posi-
tive force to be reckoned
with.

Cancer-June 22-July 22
Refuse to let negative behav-
ior sidetrack you from your
goals. Create your own
magic. Pull your ideas from
the mind and plant them in
your heart. Feed, water and
protect them. You will soon
begin to see new life around
you. You are at the growing
stage. Be sure to give your-
self quality time each day so
balance is maintained. Good
is coming your way.

Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
Your renewed energy and
self-esteem continue to
move you closer to your
goals. This is similar to the
pattern of your energy field
two years ago at this time. It's
like history repeating itself.
It's a matter of choices. Feed
positives; increase positives.
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Give vent to negative atti-
tudes, habits; increase them.
Keeping a strong focus on
your own life's interests and
moving forward is the real
challenge at this time.

Virgo-Aug.23-Sept21
No matter what has hap-
pened to you in the past,
there is always a second
chance. The past year has
given you many challenges to
deal with, handle bravely and
overcome. You have done a
fantastic job. Now, under-
stand that when a door shuts,
a better one is waiting to
open. Your strong spirit refus-
es to give up. This is one of
your great qualities. When
the chips are down, you are
at your best.

Libra-Sept 22-ct. 21
It's good that you have taken
control of your own life. Now,
it is easier to know when to
let others in to advise you. It's
your choice. You will now see
that you are more at peace.
You will feel less stressed.
You have earned more
respect. You have more time
for you. You are happier. The
list goes on. Wise choices
earn respect. Respect is the
foundation of love, personal
growth and honor. Wow;
you've got it!


Scorpio-Oct. 22-Nov. 21
Your strong sense of direction
has returned. Refuse to let
doubt, fear or indecision hold
back a superior mind like
yours. Plan ahead, but live
one day at a time. This keeps
you from procrastinating on
the most important things.
Stay calm and make a bal-
anced plan of activities. Ask
for help or advise from trust-
ed friends when you need it.
There's no reason to be iso-
lated now.

Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21
You have so much to be
thankful for. You have a good
mind, a great heart and a
strong spirit. All your hard
work in life has made you
strong physically as well. Your
decision-making skills have
never been stronger. You lis-
ten more to your inner guid-
ance. Your friends are legion.
You have lived an interesting
life. With all that you have
done and know, your best and
fruitful years are yet to come.

Capricorn-Dec. 22- Jan.19
You have things going your
way. Standing up for your
beliefs is working. You never
give up on your dream. You
are just a few steps away from
seeing the gates of prosperity
open and reward you for all
your past efforts. The recent
time spent refining your cre-
ative skills and talents will
bring you great and much


deserved rewards in the near
future.

Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18
Your love of life is contagious.
You have such desire and
passion to excel. This great
attitude will always pull you
through no matter what chal-
lenges life serves you. You
have such high-mindedness
that no matter what else is
going on around you, you will
figure out the right thing to
do for yourself and others. Try
not to take on so many new
responsibilities. Delegate to
others and you will stay in
balance.

Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20
You have such an inex-
haustible supply of goodwill
toward others. You will always
know the right things to say
and do. Your timing is impec-
cable. Why? It's your great
heart and willingness to go
the second mile. There is no
greater team player than you.
You demonstrate this with
your family, work associates
and many friends. Your high
heart will continue to bring
you life's greatest rewards.

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speaker will be NASCAR team
owner and Pro Football Hall of
Fame coach Joe Gibbs. For
more information call (800)
PITSHOP.

MONDAY, JULY 7

*NSBHS National Champi-
onship Showdolls Camp:
Camp Dates: July 7-10, 2008.
Location: New Smyrna Beach
High School, 8:45 a.m.
through 5 p.m. Fee is $80. For
more information, call Missy
Lawson at (386) 690-6901.

WEDNESDAY, JULY 9

5K Fun Walk: The Happy
Wanderers 5K Fun Walk, 6 PM.
Free. Holly Hill, Sunshine Park,
Riverside Drive. For more
information call (386) 788-
4026 or (386) 676-9863 or
visit their Web site at
www.happywanderersfl.org.

THURSDAY, JULY 10

*Walking Club Meeting:
The Happy Wanderers Walking
Club will meet at the Port
Orange Presbyterian Church,
4552 S. Clyde Morris
Blvd. New-member orienta-
tion at 6 p.m. will include a
film about walking and club
information. The meeting
begins at 6:30 p.m. The agen-
da will include information on
upcoming events. For more
information call 386-788-
4026 or visit the Web site at
www.happywanderersfl.org
Country Singer Bobby
Meeks Free Concert: Country
,singer Bobby Meeks performs
a free concert of solid gold
country classics, 7-8 p.m. at
Riverside Park, 105 South
Riverside Drive, New Smyrna
Beach. This event is hosted by
the City of New Smyrna
Beach. For more information
call (386) 290-0251.

ONGOING EVENTS

A capella singing: Harmo-
ny Sound Waves, local chapter
of Harmony Inc. will be pre-
senting an introduction to the
Timeless Art Form of 4 Part a
capella, barbershop singing.
This style of music is still a
favorite of music lovers every-
where.: Harmony Sound
Waves is presenting a series of
information nights beginning
June 23, 2008, continuing July
14th and ending August 11th,
from 7-9 p.m. led by" their
Energetic Director, Greg Pat-
terson. Sessions will be pre-


sented at the First Presbyter-
ian Church, 509 Magnolia St.,
New Smyrna Beach. Refresh-
ments will be served. For
more information call Mary at
(386) 428-0887
Christmas in July sale: The
Pinkadilly Thrift Shop, which
benefits the Florida Hospital-
Memorial System, is holding a
Christmas in July 5ale. Shop
early for all you ever wanted
for the holidays. 665 S. Nova
Rd., Ormond Beach. Sunday
through Friday during the
month of July. Monday-Friday
9:30 am-4:30 pm, Sunday 1-
4:30 pm. Closed Saturday
Mosquito Lagoon Pad-
dlers: Been kayaking lately?
Paddle with the Mosquito
Lagoon Paddlers. They meet
every third Tuesday, 7 pm at
Sea Treasure Restaurant and
Lounge, 109 Evergreen Ave.
(US!), Edgewater. All are wel-
come. For more information
visit the Web site at www.mos-
quitolagoonpaddlers.org.
*A Taste of Wines: Port
Royal Caribbean Restaurant
will host this event at 6:30
p.m. the second Wednesday
of each month inside Pirates
Cove Resort, 3501 S. Atlantic
Ave., Daytona Beach Shores.
During this semi-formal gath-
ering, fourPcourse meals will
be served with wines that
complement each course. A
wine expert will teach facts
about each wine. Reservations
are required, and guests must
be 21 years old. The cost is
$30 per person. Proceeds will
benefit the Children's Home
Society. To make reservations,
call (386) 788-3922.
*Bingo: Members meet to
play bingo at 7 p.m. each Fri-
day at the Daytona Beach Elks
Club, 700 S. Ridgewood Ave.
Food will be served. For more
information, call (386) 252-
3357 Port Orange Elks Lodge
2723 plays bingo at 6:30 p.m.
each Monday and at 11:30
a.m.-each Friday. Early birds,
pull tabs and a menu are
available. Smoking is prohibit-
ed. For more information, call
(386) 767-8572. Bingo is
played at noon each Sunday
at the Port Orange Veterans of
Foreign Wars Post 3282, 5810
Williamson Blvd. This is a no
smoking event, and doors will
be open at 10 p.m. The public
may attend this weekly event.
For more .information, call
(386) 761-7217 American
Legion Post 270 plays bingo at
6:30 p.m. each Thursday at
119 Howes St., Port Orange.
Food is served. For more infor-
mation, call (386) 788-6800.
*Breakfast to Order: The
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post
4250 Ladies Auxiliary will
serve breakfast from 8-11 a.m.


each Sunday at 2350 Sunset
Drive, New Smyrna Beach. The
breakfast is $5 per plate. For
more information, call (386)
423-1789.
*Bunko, Bridge and Poker:
New groups are starting at the
Port Orange Adults Center,
4790 Ridgewood Ave. Resi-
dents meet at 4 p.m. each Fri-
day to play games. For more
information, call (386) 761-
7633.
*Dance on Thursday
Nights: Everything from ball-
room dance to doing the
YMCA will be on tap for danc-
ing at 6:30 p.m. each Thursday
at the Brannon Center, 105 S.
Riverside Drive in New Smyrna
Beach. Gary Colombo is the
go-to guy in the music depart-
ment and Gretchen is the
hostess. Refreshments will be
served and door prizes award-
ed. Tickets cost $5 at the door.
For more information, call
(386) 424-2280.
*Daytona Metropolitan
Bridge Club: Duplicate Bridge
is played Monday through Sat-
urday at 600 Driftwood Ave.,
Daytona Beach. For the sched-
ule, call (386) 255-7744 or
visit the Web site at www.Day-
tonaBridge.org.
*Democracy Now: Internet
news with Amy Goodman will
be presented at 10:30 a.m.
each Thursday at Unitarian
Universalist Society, 56 N. Hal-
ifax, Ormond Beach. News
and analysis will be covered.
Coffee and donuts will be
served. The public may attend.
*Gamble Place Tours: Tours
are at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m.,
Thursday through Sunday, at
1819 Taylor Road, Port
Orange. Admission is $5 for
adults and $3 for students;
children 5 and younger are
free. Members of the Museum
of Arts and Science are free,
too. For more information, call
(386) 304-0778.
*Atlantic Center for the
Arts: The 19th annual Univer-
sity Student Exhibition will be
held through July 26 at Pabst
Visitor Center & Gallery, 1414
Art Center Ave., New Smyrna
Beach. The juried exhibition of
work by students in the Flori-
da university system will fea-
ture Molly Bowen (University
of West Florida), Desire6 Ann
D'Alessandro (University of
South Florida), Erica Ellis (Uni-
versity of South Florida) and
Christina Penuel (Florida Gulf
Coast University). Gallery
hours are from 10 a.m. to 4
p.m., Monday through Satur-
day. For more information, call
(386) 427-6975 or visit the
Web site at www.atlanticcen-
terforthearts.org.
*Laser Rock Concerts: The
Museum of Arts & Sciences


will host 15 different shows
throughout the week: at 3
p.m., Monday through Friday,
and at 2 p.m. and 4 p.m., Sat-
urday and Sunday. Daily
admission is $4 for adults and
$3 for children. Refreshments
may be enjoyed in the plane-
tarium. Shows will continue
through July 4. For more infor-
mation, visit the Web site at
www.moas.org.
*Meatballs are optional: A
spaghetti dinner is held from
4:30-6:30 p.m. each Thursday
at the American Legion Post
17, 619 W. Canal St., New
Smyrna Beach. The meal
includes spaghetti, with or
without meatballs, salad and
Garlic bread. Tickets are $4.50
and $5.50. The public may
attend. For more information,
call (386) 427-5013.
*Marine Discovery Center:
Mosquito Lagoon eco-tours
and kayak tours and rentals
are available daily from the
Marine Discovery Center, 116
N. Causeway, New Smyrna
Beach. For times, call (386)
428-4828. Also, Marine Dis-
covery Center Adventure
Camps are held for ages 4-
16. Activities include island
and laboratory investiga-
tions, arts and crafts, kayak-
ing, fishing, snorkeling,
SCUBA diving and surfing.
Adventures for campers will
continue through Aug. 15.
For more information, call
(386) 428-3310 or visit the
Web site at www.marinedis-
coverycenter.org/camps.htm.
*Music for Healing: Spon-
sored by the Port Orange
Ministerial Association,
"Music for Healing: Body,
Mind and Spirit" is held from
12:15-12:45 p.m. each
Wednesday at the All Saints
Lutheran Church, 751 Dun-
lawton Ave., Port Orange.
Musicians from local church-
es and: schools present
instrumental music for
peaceful contemplation,
reflection, self-care and
meditation. At the June 18
meeting, Charles King will
provide the music. The pub-
lic may attend. For more
information, call (386) 761-
9129. Instrumental musi-
cians interested in participat-
ing in the weekly concerts
may call (386) 761-9129.


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Three dinners from one roast


Food prices are going
crazy, and I'm sure
you're having trouble
trying to make ends meet. I
only have two to feed and it's
nuts!
Buying large cuts of meat
many times is cheaper, but
you can't do it for a small
family or can you?
Mom and I love roast beef
and pot roast, both large
cuts of meat. I finally
decided we're gonna have
them no matter what.
Follow my lead; this is
money saving and mar-
velous.
Bottom round roast makes
a tender roast beef or pot
roast. Wait for a buy-one-
get-one-free, and buy a large
3.5- to 4.5-pound roast and
freeze the other. The price is
a little more than $2 a
pound.
First dinner: roast beef.
Ctit enough for leftover
brown bagging then freeze
the rest. Freeze the gravy in a
separate container.
Second dinner: my mock
sauerbraten pot roast.
Brown the meat and
follow the recipe. Put any
leftover meat back in the
freezer along with the gravy.
Now it's time for lapsgouts, a
Danish stew from the
mother of my late husband.

ROAST BEEF
Serves five to six

There is usually a thin
layer of fat on one side of the
meat. Leave that and trim
any other visible fat.,

3 lb. bottom rdund roast
5 or 6 small onions or 2
medium onions, quar-
tered
Garlic powder
Salt and pepper

Season roast. Place in pan
and surround with small
peeled or quartered onions,
(hold together with a
toothpick). Do not add
water. Place pan in the
center of a 350-degree oven;
roast as follows:
RARE: 18 minutes
MEDIUM: RARE: 22


ROMANCING
THE STOVE
wilhthe .
Grammy Guru
ARLENE BORG

minutes
MEDIUM: 24 minutes
WELL: 27 minutes

NOTE: When using a roast
more than 3-1/2 pounds,
reduce the cooking time by 2
minutes per pound. The
meat keeps cooking after it's
done. Make a gravy following
instructions in previous
columns.

POT ROAST (MOCK
SAUERBRATEN)
Serves six

This recipe is for pressure
cookers, stovetop or oven.
Invest in a pressure cooker; it
will be the smartest pur-
chase you've ever made.
Many years ago I tasted
sauerbraten. My opinion:
flavor too strong, time
involved too long. Using
many of the same ingredi-
ents, and adding a few of my
own, I created my mock
sauerbraten. It has become a
family favorite, and I hope
you enjoy it as much as we
do.

3 lb. bottom round roast
1 Ig. onion (3 inches in
diameter), quartered and
sliced
1/4-cup ketchup'
1/2 tsp. each, garlic
powder and black pepper
1 tsp. salt


2 rounded tsp. brown
mustard
3 tbsp. red wine vinegar
1 small bay leaf
3 or more cups water

Trim all fat from meat,
except what's on top. Brown
fresh or leftover meat on all
sides in a large covered
ovenproof pot or pressure
cooker. Do not add any fat.
Place meat fat side up. Add
onions and cook until
golden.
Add remaining ingredi-
ents, leaving the water for
last. Cover and cook in a 350-
degree oven or on the stove
in a large pot for two and a
half to three hours until
tender. Add more water if
necessary.
Pressure cooker: cook at 10
pounds of pressure for 40
minutes or follow instruc-
tions with cooker.
Remove meat to serving
platter. Strain liquid into
saucepan, discard bay leaf,
reserve onions. Make gravy,
add reserved onions. Thinly
slice meat across the grain.

LAPSGOUTS

This recipe comes from
my husband's Danish
heritage.
When you prepare a roast
beef or pot roast cook more
than you will need and slice
only what you will eat.
Freeze the leftover beef and
gravy separately.

Leftover roast beef or pot
roast, thawed and cut in
bite-size cubes
See ROMANCING, B6


Big band cruises on a comeback


With all of the changes
in the world of travel, it is
a wonder how some of
the old ways are making
somewhat of a comeback.
Big Band-themed
cruising is one such old
way that is (thankfully)
making its way back and
we (as well as our clients)
welcome them.
Back in the early days
of cruising, orchestras
were the norm on ocean
liners. Back then, a
cruise aboard one of
these mighty vessels
might find you on the
ballroom dance floor with
the sounds of Duke
Ellington by a live orches-
tra, quite possibly led by
the Duke himself.
As the cruise industry
grew and became open to
a wider audience, the
days of the full-blown
orchestra on a single
voyage became less.
Instead, smaller musical
combos to accommodate
the various interests of
the guests on the cruise
ships became the norm.
Today, many passen-
gers are becoming more
discerning and want to
hear the old sound of an
orchestra on board.


Maybe it is becoming
more popular because of
the recent boom in
ballroom dancing, due to
movies such as "Shall We
Dance?" and TV shows,
such as "Dancing with the
Stars," which gives us
insight to the world of
ballroom dancing.
Whatever the reason, we
are happy with the result.
The ships will have to
make sure they have
dance floors big enough
to accommodate ball-
room dancing. This can
be a problem with some
of those built in the last
15 to 20 years. Many of
the dance floors on some
of these ships would not
accommodate the many
twirling couples dancing
to a big band sound. This
has been a complaint on
some of the nicest ships,
even without a full-blown
orchestra. The dance
floors were too small. I
am sure this will change.


That being said, there
are a few lines that offer
orchestras on board some
of their longer cruise
itineraries, but those that
are considered Big Band-
themed cruises are very
specific to the Big Band
sound.
MSC Lirica and the
Crystal Serenity offer
specific Big Band-themed
sailings this season.
The beautiful MSC
Lirica, built in 2003,
offers a world of under-
stated elegance and
warm Italian hospitality.
Its modern design and
signature cucina Italiano
cuisine make for a perfect
combination of Old World
recipes with NewWorld
flair.
The MSC Lirica offers a
Big Band theme on its
Dec. 3 sailing, which is
just about sold out as of
this writing.
Due to high demand, it
added a second Big Band
sailing, featuring the
fabulous 15-piece Les
DeMerle Big Band, with
vocalist Bonnie Eisele.
The dynamic drummer,.
Les DeMerle, has toured
See TRAVEL, B7


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Enjoy the pursuit of delicious shellfish


S' callop season
Opened on July 1 on
Sthe west coast of
Florida, and it is best
from Homosassa up to
Steinhatchie. My own
favorite spot is out in the
Crystal River inlet and
about two iniles south.
You may snorkel for
them in the clear, shallow
water or, if you put in
enough time, you may
find them in water so
skinny you might dip
them up right from the
boat with a fish landing
net.
Snorkeling is a lot more
fun. The bottom of Crystal
River is a sort of stunted
coral reef with lots of
tropical fish and wildlife
to see.
I have been taking my
family there since my
children were young and
during that time we have
encountered giant manta
rays, sharks and sea
turtles.
My daughter and son
are both grown now, but
when they were younger
they were amazed to find
sea horses there. Not
many folks get to see
them in the wild.
Snorkeling for scallops
makes for a good trip and
great fun, and.if you get


INSHORE
FISHING
DAN SMITH


the hang of it you will
come away with a tasty
meal. The limit is two
gallons per person (in the
shell).
If you plan to go to the
Keys to take part in the
lobster mini-season, ypu
had better make your
reservations soon. Last
year the estimate was
40,000 divers in the
islands to collect mud
bugs on opening day.
Don't let that number
scare you. I expect to have
my limit of 24 per boat in
the live well by 9 a.m. on
the first day.
There is no shortage of
spiny lobster to have with
eggs, steak, or broil them
or serve them in a New-
burg sauce. Good eats!
The two-day mini
season this year is on
Wednesday and Thursday,
July 30-31. Remember, if
you go, to have your boat
fitted with all of the
required safety equip-
ment. You will be checked
during the mini season.
Closer to home, blue


crab is plentiful and they
may be gently lifted onto
most any dock or pier. A
couple of the more
popular spots are the
Turnbull Bay bridge out
behind the New Smyrna
Beach Airport and the
Low Bridge up on the
northern end of the Loop
in Ormond Beach.
Crabbing is always a
great way to spend some
time with the youngsters.
If you go be sure to bring
along a couple of fishing
rods and bait up whatever
you are using to cast out
into the deep water for
the larger crabs. Lots of
small ones around the
edges but the big guys are
deep.
Shrimp will be running
soon and can be cast-net
in the boat channel south
of the Orange Avenue
Bridge. Shrimping is just
like any other fishing; you
must be in the right place
at the right time. Take it
from me, when you see a
large group of boats
holding tight, they are
getting shrimp, but that
may not be the only place
to score. Move up and
down the river and make
casts on the east and west
of the channel. You just
might get lucky!


Once you get up a bit in
age, the prospects of
throwing a heavy cast net
a couple hundred times
makes this job just a little
exhausting. Now would be
a good time to invite that
obnoxious neighborhood
kid along.
There is no better way
to make new friends than
on a fishing trip and
having a strong young boy
or girl along to throw the
net is certainly a luxury.
You provide the boat and
equipment and they will
provide the stamina of
youth.
When the trip is over
you split the catch and, if
you have had a good day
and caught the five gallon
limit, you will both be
happy. Who knows? You
might even enjoy fried
shrimp, grilled shrimp,
lemon shrimp, coconut
shrimp...

Dan Smith has fished
the waters ofVolusia
County for 40 years. When
he's not fishing, the retired
contractor is heavily
involved with the Ormond
Beach Historical Trust. For
questions or comments
send an e-mail to
apesl23@mybluelight.co
m.


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tower during "It's All About the Kids," an event held at the
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Travel
From page B5

and recorded with the
Harry James Big Band and
\Wa\ ne Newton. The band
has also accompanied
many top singers such as
Frank Sinatra, Sammy
Davis Jr., The Manhattan
Transfer, Mel Torme and Al
Jarreau.
This band is surely going
to have you dancing to the
great sounds of Ellington,
Basie, James and Miller.
The band will also offer
lectures on the Big Band
era.
The luxurious Crystal
Serenity offers a Big Band
celebration, featuring the
Tommy Dorsey Orchestra
on its transatlantic cruise
this fall. She sails from to
Lisbon, Portugal to Miami
on a 10-day journey.
Along with music and
ballroom dancing, the
orchestra offers an after-
noon tea, with a lecture
series highlighting the
many facets of the Big
Band era, such as big band
singers who became
legends (Frank Sinatra,
Billie Holliday, Ella
Fitzgerald, etc.).
Guest lecturers on board
this sailing include Bill
Boggs, four-time Emmy
Award winning TV game
show host and celebrity
entertainment insider, as
well as Robert G. O'Meally,
director of the Center for


Jazz Studies at Colilubi,
UIlii\ crtir\ and author of
many books, including
"Lady Day: The many
faces of Billie -Hlliday."
Along with Crystal's
extensive onboard activi-
ties this sailing offers
guests swing lessons,
trivia contests, tea dances
and classic Big Band-
themed films. During the
crossing, you will also be
treated to a traditional
Thanksgiving Day dinner.
Singles sailing aboard
this voyage can enjoy a
single supplement fare (if
available at the time of
booking). Crystal's
"Ambassador Hosts"
(cultured, well-traveled
gentlemen) will be on
board to socialize and.
dance the night away.
What a voyage!
Hopefully there will be
more Big Band themed
cruises coming, since
ballroom dancing is back
in fashion. I, for one, am
looking forward to it.
Don't miss out. If you
are interested in one of
these Big Band cruises,
make your reservations
soon. They will sell out
and you will be disap-
pointed.

Patty Toppa is a travel
consultant with Gadabout
Travel. She can be reached
at (321) 253-3674 and
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200 386-307-4880
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Shores penthouse 3/3 on
golf course. 2 blocks
from beach, shopping &
park 3000sqft. $397,000
386-760-0855


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3rd fir. corner condo over-
Iks pool & ocean. Watch
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VERO BEACH- Water
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Furnished, on canal, 2nd
floor. Dock available.
$265,000 772-453-3741 .


Edgewater
*3b/2b/2cg, large
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jacuzzi $249,900
3b/2b/2cg '99 home
w/wood firs, open/split
plan. $167,900
3b/2bl2cg pool home
on 1 acre lot, great
locale. $248,500.
S3/2/2 spacious home &
yard on 1/2 acre btwn US1
& River; $269,500

New Smyrna Bch
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home on nearly an acre
$345,000
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backyard; $189,900
2b/2b/lcg; charming,
updated 2-story home in
historic dist; $239,900
4b/3.5b/2cg, 2 story on 2.5
acres, in-law suite, pool,
$394,500

Ormond Beach
3br/2ba/lcg 2.81 acres
in Plantation Pines;
$298,900.


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Alexander Real Estate
Jeanne & Glenn Bush
386-690-9018 /690-9017
COCOA: Low Down.
Owner financing. CBS,
3br/1.5ba/1cg $79,000
321-459-2533/693-8591
DAYTONA BEACH-
Largest Double lot in
wooded comm. south of
world famous castle/
archway off Intl Spdwy.
4/4, Near new high
school, mall, speedway &
beach. Was listed
w/Remax for $389K,
NOW By owner $249K.
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COCOA: Low Down.
Owner financing. CBS,
3br/1.5ba/1cg $79,000
321-459-2533/693-8591
GREAT BUYI Nice 3/1
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lot. Fenced back yard w/
15x15 deck. End back
porch. $132K. Make of-
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Scott, 386-212-1456
HOLLY HILL Incredible
Value. Spacious 4br/3ba,
pool home w/fncd bkyard
& many upgrades.
$194,900 Better Homes
& Properties, Lou Balsa-
no, Realtor 386-846-8044




HOLLY HILL TRIPLEX
RIVERSIDE DRIVE. Lg
owner unit + 2 rental
units. Lg corner property.
Good income, Lease op-
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386-334-8841


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the Ocean Only $169,000
for this charming 2BR
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windows & tiles. Wood
firs. Lrg living & dining
room. Big yard w/deck
and outside shower. City
Realty, Ditha Sander
386-767-5609
MERRITT ISLAND: Low
Down. Owner financing,
New CBS, 3br/2ba/2cg.
$235,000 .321-459-2533
or 321-693-8591
MERRITT ISLAND: Low
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$235,000 321-459-2533
or 321-693-8591
ORMOND BEACH -
Amazing 5Br/3ba. Rare
find to accommodate
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able location Master
suite, spacious kit, 2-car
ar. Unbelievable find
279,900, Better Homes
& Properties, Lou Balsa-
no Realtor 386-846-8044
ORMOND BEACH- 241
Sanchez Ave. Renovated
in & out 2/2/2, Near
Sanchez Park & boat
launch. 386-795-1655/
795-1656
ORMOND BY THE SEA
Fantastic Beachside
home. 3br/2ba, new kit.,
tile, carpet, bath vanities
& more. Close to park w/
trails, fishing & dock.
$249,900 Better Homes
& Properties, Lou Balsa-
no, Realtor 386-846-8044
ORMOND BY THE SEA
Immac 2/2 private fenced
yd, short walk to bch ac-
cess. A perfect house in
perfect cond in a perfect
beachside community.
$264,900. Better Homes
& Properties, Lou Balsa-
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PORT ORANGE. 3
MINUTES TO BEACH!
BRAND NEW, 4br/2.5ba
2-story, 2892 sq.ft. total.
Excellent schools. Builder
helps with closing costs
or upgrades. Only
$244,500. Premier Prop-
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BUSINESS & FINANCIAL


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386-767-5609

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ORMOND BY THE SEA
Kingston Shore Condo
Reduced to $139,000.
2Br/2.5Ba 1348 sf. Pru-
dential Transact Realty
Irma Reed-Castellanos
352-216-6294



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SR442. 10 ac: $229K. 20
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HUNTER'S RIDGE
Ormond Beach. Large
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Dartmouth Trace.
Beautiful neighborhood.
$158,000.386-527-3175
NC MOUNTAINS
New log cabin shell
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1-828-652-8700
NEW SMYRNA BEACH-
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$239,900. Mainland 1
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386-314-9426 S.E. Build-
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2.68acre tracts only
$65,000. Call 321-
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ORMOND BEACHSIDE-
24 Via Madrid, quiet
neighborhood Walk to
the beach. 53x115',
$118K. Need more
space. Buy 2 lots for
$230K. 386-527-3175
SCOTTSMOOR Beautiful
pasture land 300+/- acres
will subdivide to 118 acs.
or 200 acres. Asking
$15,000/acre. Call 321-
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VERO BEACH 35 Acres
with 1 home. Residential
zoned, perfect for sub
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Indian River Mall. 3.5
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Very clean, Only $6,000!
Bill 386- 290-0138 or
Pat 386-761-7958
ORMOND BEACH Han-
dyman, 55+ Park, owner
finance. $450 down,
$450/month, incl lot rent,
2 br, 2 ba singlewide,
addition, storage, carport,
needs work. Call Rob,
1-800-620-4134 ext 138.




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2001 3/2, $112,900
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2004 2/2, $105,900
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1999 2/2 $109,900
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2002 2/2, $119,900
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2004- 2/2, $129,900
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2001 3/2, $132,900
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2004 3/2 $175,900
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DaytonalCarriage Cove
Beautiful Doublewide. Lg
LR/DR, 2 large BR, 2
remodeled baths, new
floors, FL rm. Must see!
$38K. 386-492-3282


WHY RENT
FORT PIERCE Spanish
Lakes Fairways 55+ 2/2
new sinks & vanity. New
appliances, screen lanai,
Carpet & flooring, Asking
$7500 561-512-4936
FORT PIERCE- Spanish
Lakes CCV 55+ 2/2 furn,
FL rm, Carport, shed
new W/D, carpet & ref.
Free golf, large pool, clbh
$19,900 772-489-5670

LIFE VILLAGE- 1967
Marlette, 56', 2/1, 10x20'
room addition. Scrd rm,
workshop. New central
air and tankless water
heater, w/d, furniture, TV,
Adult Park, Quiet End
Lot. See to appreciate.
$10,500. 386-677-2011
NEW SMYRNA BEACH
Magnolia Village 55+ 2/2
dblwd. New berber
carpet, new bath vanities,
patio/storm upgrades
pool, comm activities
$63,000. 386-409-7613

ORMOND BEACH- 55+
community, nearly new, 2
large BR, 2 BA, central
h/a, carpet upgrade.
Reduced $41,900
386-672-1276 / 451-4018

ORMOND BEACH- 55+
park NEW 3br/2ba,
screened carport, central
air, shingle roof, vinyl
siding $53,500
386-677-3250 /451-4018

ORMOND BEACH- Live
in a lovely 55+ park with
pool and clubhouse. Low
lot rent! Newer section.
A great buy! Modular
beauty, 3/2, 76x16, cath
ceilings, fireplace,
located at Life Village,
Must see inside! To
make offer, call owner
386-673-9085
DEAL of the CENTURY!
2br/2ba with hardwood
flooring in living/ dining
area, newer heat pump,
shed/workshop, ceiling
fans, carport and a FL
room. Owner must sell!
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community from $89,900.
New clubhouse & pool.
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12-4. Call 386-562-6836
or 386-756-8700
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PORT ORANGE New
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land, easy financing, low
to no down. $898 mo.
Budget Mobile Homes
.386-761-5592'
PORT ORANGE- Colony
in the Wood. 55+.
Beautiful & quiet. 2/2,
end. FL rm.. ALL appl..
incl. Sep. shed w/ w&d.
Clbhse, heated pool.
$29,900. lot rent $480
386-663-2457
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SOUTH DAYTONA-
Owner pays closing
costs! 2/1 w/land.
Screened porch, Carport,
A/C, Very quiet and
private. 1072 Palm View.
One block from Reed Ca-
rtal on Nova. $55K
904-824-9206
VERO BEACH Great
house, must see! 55+
gated comm. pool,
tennis. 2/2 loads of
upgrades. STEAL ITI
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area, Lge kitchen, Fur-
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cond. Tranquil setting &
Goldfish Pond. $169,000.
Mike, Julia Meadows RE
706-400-8870 / 897-0443
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23 AC $49,900
Creek, small pond,
paved road, planted
pine, hardwoods.
Other tracts available.
404-362-8244
St. Regis Paper Co.
www.streglspaper.com
GEORGIA ELLIJAY,
Blue Ridge Mountains
19-72 acres, Paved
road, electric, wildlife,
creeks, springs, pasture,
3/4mi adjoins US Forest
Svc. From $10,500ac.
Farm land available
706-273-9501
GEORGIA, NORTH.
3/3/1, 3990 sqft on 4 ac.
top of Sand Mtn. Central
AC/Heat. 25 miles S. of
Chattanooga. Wood
floors, walls. Finished
basement w/full bath.
Metal roof w/dormers.
Walk around covered
porch. Creek. Gas log FP
w/thermostat. $255,000.
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Southern Heritage Land
Lovely !4BR/2.5Ba, 2400
square foot home on
approx. 2 acres in Perry,
Fla. Beautiful pool & pa-
tio area w/tall privacy
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tub. $229,000. Call
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MID TENNESSEE
MOUNTAINS
5 Acres Beautiful cabin
site w/woods & river ac-
cess. 1/2 hour North of
Cookeville. $22,900. Low
down. Owner financing.
931-839-6141
N.C. Farm & Mansion:
135ac, 6300sf, 5Bdrm,
5Bath; Unbelievable Es-
tate in hills between Ra-
leigh & Virginia. Kerr
Lake nearby: $1.6M;
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Pics: 919-693-8984;
owner@newbranch.com
N.C.: Best Buy in the
Mountains Bryson City.
2.5 acres, overlooking
Smoky Mountain Na-
tional Park, paved road,
easily accessible, own-
er financing. $55,000.
Owner 1-800-810-1590
www.wildcatknob.com
NC LOG CABIN
MUST SELL-REDUCED
Beautiful 2BR/ 2BA, fully
furnished w/ wrap-around
deck & hot tub. Like New!
Rental Income! Great
investment-Smoky Mtns.
321-432-1557 $165,000
NC MOUNTAINS Own-
er Must Sacrifice Log
cabin on 2 acres. Has
loft, -deck, porch, view
stream. Needs work.
Only $858,900.
1-828-286-1666
NC MOUNTAINS
New log cabin shell
w/covered porch & large
deck on 2.2 acres. Only
$99,900. Acreage availa-
ble w/stunning views &
mountain streams. Free
brochure.
Call 1-828-652-8700
NEW ARIZONA land
rush! 1 or 2-1/2 "football
field" sized lots. $0 down
$0 interest. $159-208 per
month. Money back guar-
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NORTH CAROLINA
Mountain properties at
Lake Lure, golf properties
in Calabash, & Pittsboro.
1/2 ac to 1.5 acres. From
$105,000 240-529-2201
NORTH CAROLINA
MOUNTAINS
Easy to finish new log
cabin shell on 1.7 acres,
$89,900. 2-5 acre water-
front homesites from
$99,900. Easy access
mountain homesites
$29,900-$89,900.
828-247-9966
NORTH FL ACREAGE
Beautiful wooded land
and homesites in a
peaceful setting near Tal-
lahassee. $2,100/acre.
Call 866-433-9964
NORTH FLORIDA LAND
1,955acs in Jefferson Co.
Timberland, mixed w/
hardwood bottoms & cut-
over, great hunting. rd.
frontage, $2100/acre.
Southern Pine Planta-
tions 352-867-8018
Ormond Beach Ocean-
front condo's from $199K
to $450K 2/2 under-
ground parking. Marion
O'Connor, Realtor Ocean
View Realty
386-441-8245
AFFORDABLE HOMES
IN S.E. GEORGIA
STARTING AT $99,000.
1150sf 3/2, 1/2 acre lot. 3
locations to choose from
in Blackshear, GA.
Unbeatable cost of living,
excellent schools. 50
miles from Georgia coast,
75 mi N. of Jacksonville
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SMOKY MOUNTAINS
near Gatlinburg TN Buy
owner. Large Homesites
w/gorgeous views of the
Smokies. City water, un-
derground utilities &
deeded river access.
From $26,900. Owner fi-
nanced with $2,690 down
& $281 month. Call owner
1-865-621-0435
www.GoLandWorks.com
TENN. LAKEFRONT,
Dockable! 3.5 Acres
$49,900. Nicely Wooded,
gentle slope to water. Ex-
cellent Fishing. Perfect
for retirement/ weekend
getaway. Lowest financ-
ing in 25+ yrs. Must see.
888-792-5253 ext 1894
TENNESSEE MOUN-
TAIN Acreage 2 acre
beautiful homesite, mil-
lion $ view! Secluded,
utilities, overlooking Ten-
nessee River. Close to
Marina, Schools, Shop-
ping! $59,900 low down,
Owner Financing!
1-330-699-1585
TENNESSEE MOUN-
TAIN Acreage Breathtak-
ing Views, Streams, Cab-
ins. Owner Financing,
Call 1-888-939-2968
TENNESSEE RESORT
LOTS Lakes, golf cours-
es, breathtaking views.
Starting at $1200, owner
financing avail. FL lots)
below retail. Call 1-800-
920-0340; 772-341-0442
WEST KENTUCKY- Tro-
phy deer hunting/recrea-
tional ground. 25,000ac.
60ac to 3,600ac tracts.
80ac lake, rolling hills,
hardwoods, pasture. Low
taxes, starting $1600/ac.
Owner 270-556-3576
270-703-7234
WESTERN NC Mountain
properties cabins homes,
acreage & investment
property. Views & creeks.
Free color brochure.
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NEW SMYRNA BEACH-
room for rent, quiet area.
on Irg wooded lot. Full
house privil. W/D avail.
$110 wk includes utilities.
1st & last. 386-689-4203
Ormond Beach- Luxury
condo 5th floor, beautiful
river view. Lots of amen.
Full hse privileges. Non
smoker or pets. $600
incl. util. 386-679-1465
PORT ORANGE-
Racers Welcomel
2BR/1BA house or
Condo DB Shores. No
smoke/pets. Low rents.
Short or long term.
$300 sec. 386-761-7029
SOUTH DAYTONA-
Student.seeking to share
home with other
students. $400 per month
plus 1/4 utilities. Call for
details 954-552-2218



DAYTONA BEACH-
Condo right on the river
2/2, LR/DR, porch, pool,
dock, doorman. No pets,
smkg. $875/mo incl.
cable & wtr 727-729-5226


DAYTONA BEACH
Central Manor Apts serv-
ing adults 62+ or mobility
impaired. lbd/lba Rent
is based on income.
386-255-2622 EOH &
Handicap accessible.
DAYTONA BEACH On
Halifax River Beachside
2-br/1-ba condos 1st floor
$650/mo unfurnished.
2nd fl furn $775/mo. Avail
now. 860-309-4158
ORM. BCH- COUNTRY
LIVING 2/1, upstairs apt,
scrnd front porch, Indry
rm, No Pets. Utilc incl,
$700/mo. 1st, last, + $200
dep. 386-671-0216
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DAYTONA BEACH
Shores, directly across
from beach. Spacious
poolside, 2/2. 2626 South
Atlantic Ave. $845/mo,
FLS. Safe and secure.
386-788-4196.
DAYTONA BEACH- 2/1
across from the beach,
central H&A, incl water &
cable, furn/unfurn No
pets, no smoke $750/mo
+$500 dep 386-566-8188
Daytona Beach- 2/2, on
Halifax River. Boat dock,
1st fl, pool, beautiful pic-
nic area, carport. Walking
distance to beach. Quiet
area. 12-hr doorman.
Non-smoking, No pets.
$795. Call 518-466-8055
or 518-436-7402
DAYTONA BEACH-. 2BR
apt, 230 Michigan Ave,
laundry hookup and
garage. central a/c,
Fenced bkyd. $695/mo
Incl. water. 386-527-3461
Daytona Shores- Furn.
Oceanfront efficiency &
oceanview studio. Cable
and utilities included.
$850/mo. and $800/mo.
+ dep. 386-788-2749
NEW SMYRNA BEACH-
Captain's Quarters
condo, 2/2, 3rd floor,
intercoastal view, all new
carpet, dock avail. $975
negotiable 386-427-6359
New Smyrna Beach-
side- By owner, 1/1 Exc.
cond. Fully furn. Pool,
clubhse. Coronado Arms
Sale or Rent. $700/mo or
$135K 386-698-3083
NEW SMYRNA- Unfurn,
2/2, Quiet complex
Venetian Villas, North
Causeway. Near beach &
downtown. Pool, clbhse,
fishing docks. Clean and
neat. Credit Check. Small
pet OK. $850 mo. $900
sec. yr Ise. 386-427-5604
Ormond I Lakes of Pine
Run- 2/2.5, on lake. All
appliances incl.. No pets
no smokers. Covered
pkg, pool, deck, wet bar
$850/mo. 248-760-5441
ORMOND I PINE RUN-
2br/2ba, furnished. w/d,
patio, ceiling fans.
carport, Pool tennis.
$975/mo. 1st + security.
No smoking or pets. Avail
in June 386-334-6273
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ORMOND / PINE RUN-
Clean! 2br/2ba, 1 floor,
new appliances & paint,
patio, carport, pool, quiet
& convenient, $950/mo.
water inc: 386-676-1538
ORMOND BEACH- 1/1,
apt. Single fir. Triplex,
Ocean Village Villas. Lots
of Storage. All apple.
Stack W/D. Lg. Srcd Pch
$650 386-795-5628
PORT ORANGE Immac.
2/2 condo, LR, DR,
walk-in closets, screened
lanai, comm pool, partial-
ly furn Close to schools &
shops. 15 min to beach,
year lease, no pets.
$900/mo. 321-449-0228.
PORT ORANGE- 3/2
condo, new carpet. cable
and water included.
$1050/mo, 1st plus
security. References
required. 386-679-9561
SOUTH DAYTONA-
Big 2/2, $675/mo. Large
bright freshly painted,
spotless. Off Ridgewood
near Publix. Incl. sewer.
Call 954-383-6066
SOUTH DAYTONA- 2/2,
1st, floor, carpet in
bedrooms, tile in rest, w/d
hook-up, fresh paint.
Walk to shops. $725/mo.
407-234-0464
SOUTH DAYTONA-
Beautiful townhome,
2br/1.5ba, Ig living space,
laundry on premises,
assigned pkg, abundant
personal pride. $690/mo.
Also 1BR $585, 2BR
$590 Pets welcome!
386-383-9989/290-6740
VERO BEACH: Cute
2br/2ba, large screen
porch + patio. Centrally
located. Small pet' ok.
$700/mo or Neg. Avail
mid July 772-538-3682
VERO BEACH: Move In
special Newly remod-
eled. lbr & 2br from
$575.. Tile, New appl.
Close to Beaches, Parks
& Rest. 772-563-0013



DAYTONA BEACH-
1 block from beach.
3/2/1, w/d, oak floors,
416 Braddock.
$1060/mo. + sec.
754-244-1066

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'68 Chevy C-10 Pickup-
New front fenders, lower
control arms & ball
joints. V8, auto, longbed
have some new and used
parts, also. $2500 obo
Runs good!386-255-2344





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1977 CHEVY MONTE
CARLO- ,auto, air, power
steering & brakes. Low
miles, runs good, clean.
$6000 obo 386-274-2054
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State of the art 2-part car-
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process. Repair yourself.
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CHRYSLER SEBRING
JXI- Convertible,127K
miles, grey leather bucket
seats, great gas mileage.
$4500 obo 386-690-5370
DONATE YOUR CAR To
American Association for
Cancer Research Sav-
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HONDA PRELUDE- '00,
DTEC engine, auto, dual
exhaust, runs well, black.
115k miles. $6,800 obo.
321-208-8757
JEEP WRANGLER: 06'
White, 5 speed, 4x4, Exc
condition. 15,000 miles.
Good gas mileage.
$17,500 772-209-1010















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DAYTONA BEACH-
2 bedroom annual rentals
in beautiful communities
from $600/month. Call.
386-290-1225 or visit
EquityLifestyle.com
RENT TO OWN- 3/2
w/bonus room, quiet
historic Daytona
neighborhood double lot,
near colleges. Rent $950/
mo. $169K 386-252-3486
EDGEWATER 2/2/1 new
C/H/A. No smokers/pets.
References $775/mo +
utilities. F/L/S, lawn care,
pest control, shutters
included. 386-428-7801
after 5 pm.
EDGEWATER 3/2/1 nice
kitchen. Screened porch,
fenced backyard, no pets
or smoking. $850/mo
1st/last references.
386-846-8986
EDGEWATER- 3/2/2
nice neighborhood 2826
Victory Palms. Laundry
room w hook-up, blinds.
No pets. $900/mo +
security 386-428-7374
EDGEWATER- Fish,.
Fun, Sun! Deep canal
new 3/2, boat lift, 2
workshops wac, & dock,
$1400/mo. no pets/
smoking 352-516-4176
EDGEWATER/ WATER-
FRONT. Fish on dock on
canal' to intracoast clean
2/1 beauty furn. W/D.
6mo-lyr. $750-$1000. 1st
& sec. 386-424-9341
Photo ad #33354 www.
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EDGEWATERIF Shores
2/1 bonus room, LR/w
fireplace, tile floors,
fenced yard, shed, pool,
screen porch. 1 pet OK w
deposit. $995/mo F/L
$500 sec. Move in before
the 20th $300 off
security. 386-383-6498
EDGEWATERIFLORIDA
SHORES- 2br/2ba, Good
location, Good
everything! $725/mo.
630-873-0524
630-873-0493
HOLLY HILL- 3/2 with
new kitchen, carpeting,
skylights. 2-car gar with
laundry area. NO PETS.
NO SMOKING. First, last,
sec, refs. $985 mo, avail
July. 386-323-6121
NEW SMYRNA BEACH
Beachside 3/2/1, all tile
except bedrooms. 2 story
quiet Esther St. location.
$1000/mo + utilities. Sm
pet OK 386-689-1776
NEW SMYRNA BEACH-
New home 4br/2.5 ba, 3
car gar, gated comm.
Never been lived in. Ask-
ing $1,695/mo. Also rent
to own. 407-421-7919
NSB WALK TO THE
BEACH 2BR, 2BA, W/D
hook-up, single garage.
Exc. location. Freshly
painted. No Pets. $875
mo., $925 deposit.
386-847-4504





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KIA RONDO-LX '07
Red, 1800 mi, Factory
Warranty, Beauty, No
Dealers, $13,988 OBO.
321-784-3748
Lincoln Continental
2000- V8, 58K miles, 4
door, sunroof, beige,
extra clean, 21 MPG.
$8900. 386-334-0643
Mercury Sable LS- '00,
V6, 104K mi. Cold AC,
All pwr, loaded, looks/
runs great. Leather.
$3800. 321-385-9434



MOTOR: Rebuilt 318
from a 91' Dodge Truck.
Box of extras. $475
772-240-2147
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,NEW SMYRNA
BEACHSIDE

MARKER 33
Furnished 2/2 with
deep water dock
and gorgeous water
.view
$1,300/mo
3834 SANDSTONE
S COURT
3/2 with garage,
lenced yard,
cul-de-sac'
: $1,200/mo
265 MIDDLEWAY
3/3 with deep water
dock over 3,000
sq. ft.
2,000/mo,
4021 SAXON DRIVE
2/1.5 with private,
fenced yard, newly
renovated
$850/mo
NEW SMYRNA
MAINLAND

914 PALMETTO
STREET
2/1 with huge yard,
near library and
hospital. New carpet
$750/ma

629 GLENDEVON
DRIVE
Very private, 2/2
Plus loft and
fireplace
$850/mo

172 TURNBERRY
SSUGAR MILL
COUNTRY CLUB
2 bedroom villa,
furnished, country
club atmosphere
$1.000/mo to

EDGEWATER

14 PERSIMMON
". PLACE
22, newly
renoated, quiet
area
$850/mo

3216 INDIA PALM
2/2, fully carpeted,
galley kitchen. 1' car
garage.
$800/mo
437 PALMETTO
STREET
3/1, completely tiled
throughout, fenced
gard
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ORMOND BEACH Newly
remodeled 2/3 br, 2ba,
poss. furn., near library,
parks, zoned OBMS
$765. mo. +utilities. $600
dep. W/D. Discuss owner
options. 386-871-0397
ORMOND BEACH-
Trails home., 4bd/2ba.
pool available, Beautiful
oc. Walk to shopping No
pets. $1,950/mo + sec.
518-677-8634
Ormond Beach-Tomoka
Oaks Golf Course home.
4/3, screened in brick
patio & pool, bonus room.
$1900 mo. + 1st & sec.
386-527-3006






$CASH NOW$
4 junk cars & trucks
Paying Top Dollar Nowl
FREE Pickup
386-898-2072
DONATE YOUR Car To
the Cancer Fund of
America. Help those suf-
fering with Cancer today.
Free Towing & Tax De-
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www.cfoa.org
DONATE YOUR Car-
Help Disabled Children
with Camp & Education.
Quickest Towing. Non-
Runners/Title Problems
Ok. Free Vacation/Cruise
Voucher. Special Kids
Fund. 1-866-448-3865
DONATE YOUR CAR-
Veteran's Lodging, Inc.
Help support homeless
veterans & victims of nat-
ural disasters! It's Fast &
Easy. Receive 3 Vaca-
tion certificate. Call be-
fore the tax year ends.
1-800-841-6225


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ORMOND BEACHSIDE-
Remodeled home, 4/2.5,
garage, 1800sf, 3 doors
om ocean. $1395/mo. 1
year lease with refs.
386-677-7562 / 852-8084
ORMOND BY THE SEA-
2br/lba, carport, Florida
room, washer & dryer,
$750 mo. 1st, last,
security deposit.
407-967-7932
ORMOND BY THE SEA-
Holland Rd. Adorable
2/1, carport, central h/a,
w/d hookup. Steps from
the beach! $795/mo 1st
+ sec. 386-681-9339
540-622-2406
PORT ORANGE Charm-
ing 2br/2ba/2cg with pool.
Compl. remodeled, All
Appl's, W/D Great loca-
tion. $1150/mo No Pets.
860-305-7738/386-693-4
011 -See photos at
HometownNewsOL.com
ad #33631
PORT ORANGE-
Countryside gated comm.
3/2/2 clubhouse, pool &
tennis courts. Centrally
located. $1400.mo
386-788-2563 / 235-8239
PORT ORANGE-
2BR/1BA, 1 car garage,
on Ridgewood Ave. 1/2
mile South of Dunlawton
Bridge. $800/mo. No
pets 386-756-7752
PORT ORANGE- 3/2/2,
Jacuzzi, tiled kitchen &
BR, 7 years young, good
area & schools, all
appliances. $1250/mo.
1st & dep. 781-632-6153
Shot ad #33628 www.
ometownnewsOL.com
PORT ORANGE- Avail.
Aug. 15. ON Lake, 3/2, 2
car garage, fenced. W/D,
painted in/out. Pets
welcome w/addl dep.
$1350 mo. 386-547-8161
PORT ORANGE- New!
4/2/2, W/D, A+ schools.
Off Spruce Creek Rd.
Will divide rooms for
students, No pets or
smoke. $1300-1500 mo +
security, lawn care incld.
386-290-7829 /760-6149
PORT ORANGE- ON
THE WATER, 2/1.5
large porch w/2 boat lifts
$1100/mo. Negot. last &
sec. May not return your
till evening 386-846-3369
PORT ORANGE-
Spacious 3/2/1, huge
fenced backyard, close to
Palmer Chiropractic
School. $1350/mo. 1st,
last, sec. 386-760-3502
PORT ORANGE- Summ-
er Trees, age rest. 55+
2/2, private patio. Rent to
own $725/mo. Principles
Only Vacant 386-
760-3468 386-316-0251
PORT ORANGE- very
clean doublewide spa-
cious 3br/2ba, w/d hk-up
inside, Ig screened porch,
carport. No smoking/pets
$850/mo 1 year lease.
1st/last/sec, credit check
& refs 386-767-0020





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CRF 100F. Low hours,
great condition. Great
beginner bike. Paid
$2900. Asking $1625
772-569-8458 Vero

HARLEY DAVIDSON:
Custom 1200, 1988,
Newly Rebuilt Motor.
Custom paint. $6,500
.772-263-2075

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PORT ORANGE. 3/2/2.
Very clean. Great neigh-
borhood schools. Lawn
care incl'd. Avail June 16.
$1100/mo., $1500 dep.
1081 Wexford Way
386-756-0555
ROCKLEDGE: 6% to
buyer's agent. Beautiful
4br/2ba, 2000sf., FL Rm,
Scrn porch. New kitchen
& baths, laminate & tile
floor, A/C. Huge fenced
lawn under large oaks.
Great location. $143,900
321-591-6924 e-mail Mer-
rittlslandMay@ aol.com
SOUTH DAYTONA-
Newly remod. 3/2, scrd
porch, carport, deck. New
carpet, stove, dishwashr.
W/d incl. Avail now. $775
mo. 386-761-3129


PORT ORANGE. 3/2 TH.
1020 Madeline Ave,
#1605, The Hammocks.
7 yrs old. Great view.
New paint. Po61, tennis,
clubhouse. $950/mo.
plus F/L. 347-612-6535



DAYTONA BEACH- 500'
from Intracoastal. 3br/1ba
1250sf, Brand new cond,
laundry room. Garage for
motorcycles. Huge yard.
Small pet ok. Quiet
neighborhood. Short walk
to shops & dining. 122
Mullally Street $750/mo.
386-235-4993
DAYTONA BEACH-
Beachside historic
district, 2br/lba, large
bedrooms, pkg, 1 block
to beach, $735/mo. plus


DAYTONA BEACH: security. 954-288-6988
LPGA Brand new town-
homel 4brs 1 on st florr. PORT ORANGE 2b
Avail now $11500/mo lba, new carpet freshly
Fay Sarshory, Daytona painted.'$750 mo. 21
.Beach RE 386-527-2325 Grant St. Koenig Reall
386-257-6700
FORT PIERCE, 4/3.5/1
River Oak Luxurious u
upscale townhown fully
furnished. All appliances.
Pool & playground.
$1200 772-460-0301 EDGEWATER LANDIN
NEW SMYRNA BEACH- 55+ Comm on river 3/
Beautiful beachside, 2500sqft home. Carpo
1250 sf, newly furn, 2/2.5, furn/unfurn, new kitchen
huge pool, balcony, freshly painted, screws
laundry. Pet ok. Steal it at Porch. Basic cable
$1050/mo. Incl. water & included 386-345-9862
cable. 305-608-5523
NSB TOWNHOUSE- 2/2
fully furn, steps from the i l i
beach, Pets ok, short
term available. w/d, EDGEWATER -
Cable, internet, included Move In Special 1I
$1000/mo. 305-669-1259 Month FREE RENTI
ORMOND Ocean Village industrial units to choose
villa, clean, furn. 1BR, 407-716-8920
steps to beach & pool, all NEW SMYRNA Bch -71
utilities included, long or W Canal St. $1000.m
short term. Rent or lease E
option. Owner fin. $850 1st38-427-2519al
mo. Mary 386-671-6992 n
ORMOND VILLAGES I,ieS.a
Beachside walk to
beach, clean 2/1, W/D
incl pool, club, priv. scr.
lanai + yard. No Pets Daytona 300sf Upt
$795. mo. 386-760-5249 1500sf. Rent starts
PORT ORANGE $400. 1st MONTH FREE
Townhome 2/2.5, 2-story, Downtown Daytona at th
no pets, pool and tennis. upscale historic Kres
Close to shopping. Avail Bldg. 140 S. Beach S
now $750/mo, 1st mo + Koening Reali
plus sec. 386-299-5215 386-257-6700

Vacation &

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MURPHY N. Carolina -
2/2 chalet,fp. Nestled in
the mtns, sparkling lakes,
crisp clean air, fish, white
water rafting & more. Re-
serve now! $525/wk.
828-837-9026, 828-837-
1045 Email us at:
b52hirider@dnet.net
SAMSULA FARM 11
acres, on 415, fenced,
roofless barn, borders
creek, no well, ideal for
horses. $500/mo+dep.
Call Steve 386-788-2749
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ADVERTISERS!
They make this
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YAMAHA V Star 1100cc
2003. Over $2000 in up-
grades. Excellent cond.
5,517 miles. Garage
kept. $4500 obo.
386-689-5908




36' NATIONAL RV
Dolphin LX '03. Exc
cond, many options 36K
mi. Work horse w22
Chassis 2-slides.
$67,500.772-581-0060
SOUTH DAYTONA-
RV & BOAT OPEN
STORAGE- $75 month
plus tax, 2811 Nova Rd.
Call Jack 386-566-8263



Jeep Grand Cherokee
Laredo '99- 4x4, loaded,
grey, 87k TLC miles. No
wrecks. No rust $5,950.
386-767-4272
JEEP LIBERTY- '04,
Runs great. 43K mi. V-6
auto, full power, CD,
white w/gray int, $8,400.
386-690-6247 / 663-7517



DODGE CARAVAN '99
Fully equip. $3500. Cold
air Call owner
386-673-9085
DODGE CONVERSION
Van- '97, 115K mi, seats
7, all power, runs excel. &
looks good. $3000 obo
cell 856-366-3780
DODGE HITOP 2000
conversion, 80k actual
miles, Full power, leather
seats, ice cold A/C,
$5995.00 386-846-1698


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COCOA BEACH- Unit on
the OCEAN! 1BR/2BA,
sips 4, balcony, 2 pools,
tennis, fitness center.
7/26-8/2. Only asking
$700. 703-794-8098
COOL NC MOUNTAINS
Efficiency to 5-br houses
condos. Fully equipped.
Views, pools golf, tennis
& more. 1-800-545-9475
staysugar.com Sugar
Mtn Accom & Realty
GATLINBURG Tenn
Summer in the Smokiesl
Near Dollywood. Plan
your break now. 2 & 3 br
chalets with mountain
views, hot tubs, Jacuzzis,
game. rooms. Pet
lendly. 1-877-215-3335
www.marysescape.com
LIVE NEW SMYRNA
BEACHSIDE- Great rate!
Oceanview, beautifully
furnished, all amenities.
Sleeps 2-6, pool, laundry,
balcony, steps to beach.
305-608-5523


REDUCED
FORD EXCURSION '00
Limited edition 4 wheel
drive. Auto trans, lifted
w/oversized tires. Black
w/tan leather interior. Ex-
cellent cond. $10,000.
OBO. 386-405-1548 or
386-547-5385.
Call Classified
386-322-5949


SOUTH DAYTONA -Now
Avail @ Contemporary
Plaza 661 Beville Rd Up
to 8000sf office space on
2nd floor. 386-677-3741




NSB Quail Hollow 55+-
2br, 2ba all new. $28K or
offer./ or rent furn. $600.
mo. Water incl. use of
pool & Club house. Car-
port 386-427-9178




LONG & SHORT Term
Rentals. Homes unfurn.
Long term 3br from
$1100/mo. Short term
vacation condo rentals.
Ocean front from
$900/wk
386-295-8638




ORMOND BEACH-
New 1250sf warehouse.
Air-conditioned office
$785/mo. Up to 2500sf
available. 386-672-1276
or 386-451-4018

ORMOND BEACH-
located north US1, office,
bathroom, 1000 sf,
concrete block, overhead
door. $500/mo.
386-451-4018 / 672-1276
PORT ORANGE Oak
Centre Business Park.
1000 sq ft & up of ware-
house space with or with-
out office. Ground Level
or dock high. Also a/c of-
fice space 660 sq ft.
ORMOND BEACH-
Ormond Business Cen-
ter 2400sq ft &up ware-
house space. 1000 sq ft
office space. Located 1
mile So 1-95. Jeanette
386-299-7055 Free Rent
Incentives
South Daytona-
Warehouse 2500SF
(50'x50') Zoned light in-
dustrial, office 3 phase
electric. 2 roll up doors
2811 Nova $1550 + tax
Call 386-566-8263


MARATHON. LUXURY
vacation. homes. Ocean
Front. Amenities: heated
pool, hot tub, docks. Call
for last minute specials!
1-888-564-5800
american-paradise.com
NORTH CAROLINA-
Cabins, Condos and
Homes available for
Summer Rentals. Call
Foscoe Rentals
1-800-723-7341or online
www.foscoerentals.com
ST. AUGUSTINE BCH
Oceanview Condo fr $99
nite, or Oceanfront house
fr. $199nite/$1399wk,
Oceanfront wedding $349
or Historic District from
$129nite 904-825-1911
www.sunstatevacation.com
Call Classified
386-322-5949


BILL VICK'S TRAILERS
1460 N Nova Road, Holly
Hill 386-252-8296
www.billvickstrailers.com
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1996 POLAR- Flats boat,
100hp Yamaha, deck
newly covered, tilt w/no
feedback steering, new
center console. $7500,
386-212-1700
1998 NEPTUNE, 23 ft,
200 HP Johnson. 180
Hours on motor. Asking
$12,000. 352-347-2016.
22' CENTER CONSOLE-
'98 115 Yamaha 2 stroke,
new alum. float on trailer,
dual axle, many extras.
$4900. 386-677-8843
34' Cruisers- 334 Espirit
Cruise or Live-a-Board.
Air/heat, stove, micro,
refrig., full enclosure,
color TV, AM/ FM/CD,
VHF, plus more. Sleeps
6. Runs great, well
maintained. Slip
available. Halifax Harbor
Marina, Daytona Beach
Priced to sell: $29,900
OBO 407-310-2678 (c),
386-424-3220 (work)
Photo ad #33337 www.
HometownNewsOL.com


Boats; Buy and Sell
through the Florida Mari-
ner Magazine. Marketed
to over 6 million homes
weekly throughout Flori-
da. Serving Florida for 24
years. 1-800-388-9307
www.floridamariner.com
GAS MISER- 120HP, 4
cyl, Ford engine. Sunbird
cruiser model. V-Hull,
O.M.C. Stored 8 years,
needs some work $1500
386-428-6983
REDUCED 20,0001
MUST SELL! '06 Sea
Ray Sundancer 280-
Generator, GPS, dual
Mere cruisers, windlass,
full head, sleeps 5, low
hours, like new. Asking
$90K OBO 386-527-2103



YAMAHA 250 HPDI '02,
very low hours. $5000
make offer.
386-795-4870


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