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Dayrtona Beach has been
moved out of the jail and
into a state psychiatric
hospital until his compe-
.tency is restored. N~ekedia
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bicycle along South
Atlantic Avenue last

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sailboat,
Council members recent-
ly approved a special
exemption and parking
variance to allow Fun Cat
Sailing to operate a sailing
charter for up to 40 passen-
gers at 4936 South Peninsu-
la Drive.
Applicant Vernon Kuftic
and property owner Mat-h-
ew Dvorak said they plan to


offer day sailing trips sever-
al times a week and
depending on demand,
may add sunset cruises on
'weekends.
The sightseeing cruise is
part of a tour package tar-
geting tourists in Daytona
Beach's convention area.
Tourists will be trans-
ported from Daytona
Beach aboard a shuttle bus,
alleviating official's con-


cerns about traffic conges-
tion and parking.
Based on the mandatory
shuttle requirement, a
recent traffic study deter-
mined that the b~isiness
would not negatively
impact the.roadways, said
Aref Joulani, Director of
Planning and Develop-
ment.
"I don't want to bring a
lot of cars to Ponce Inlet,


Mr. Dvorak told council
members.
Tour activities will
include lunch and a visit to
the Ponce de Leon Inlet
Light Station and the
Marine Science Center.
"On the ride home you
get a fresh baked cookie,"
he said.
Although the sale and

See SAILING, A2


Although decades past
retirement, these birthday
celebrants demonstrated
that living past 100 doesn't
necessarily mean a life of
sickness or disability.
Mr. Hallenbeck, dapper in
a well-cut suit, tie and bou-
tonniere, held court among
friends and family in his
apartment prior to the
party.
His eyes twinkled as he
revealed his secret to a long
life.
"All you have to do is keep
breathing," he said,.1augh-
ing.
Although his hearing has
diminished somewhat, the
father of two daughters,
four grandchildren and
eight great-grandchildren
easily recalled some sen-
tinel events of his life.
He was one of the lucky
ones during the Great
Depression, he said.
"I always had a job," he
said, "because I went to
work for the post office. I
worked for them 4a5 years."
Back then, mail couriers
drove their own vehicles, he
said.
"They didn't pay me
much," he recalled, "$1,,800


a year and they gave me a
little for gas for my car."
Mr. Hallenbeck followed
the presidential campaign
closely this year, voting
early to make sure his
choice was counted.
"I. wasn't going to be
caught with my pants down,
so to speak," he said, "and
not be around on election
day."
His daughter and son-in-
law, Jean' and Richard
Tinapp, traveled ~from Eustis
for the celebration.
"He's a great old guy and
has a great sense of humor,"
Mr. Tinapp said.
Ms. Norian, ari Armenian
native, said she pondered
over what to wear to the
party, finally choosing a
canary-yellow vintage dress
and jacket trimmed in gold
brocade, that she recalled
wearing to one of her son's
weddings.
"It's a special birthday,"
she said.
A mother of four, she has
12 grandchildren and 12
great -grandchildren.
Ms. Norian, who enjoys
needlepoint and playing the

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A little Ninja, otherwise known as Jayden Cross, 6, of
Port Orange, eats a s'more he made during YMCA's
Fall FeSt in Port Orange recently.


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The Nazi party used the children
there to propogate a wholesome
image for them, Ms. Pape-Davis
said.
"The Red Cross would come in
and the Nazis would have children
do plays and musical performances -
to pretend the children. were well.
taken care of and were happy," she
said. "Meanwhile, these children
were dying of typhoid and starving
to death."
It was illegal at the time for chil-
dren to be taught, Ms. Pape Davis
said. However, adult prisoners
secretly educated the children, espe-
cially in the arts.
The resulting poems' and artwork,
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camp was liberated.
The play focuses on Raja's family
and' friends and is told from her
viewpoint.
"It's really a memory play," Ms.
Pape-Davis said. "It's what she
remembers and what she recalls."
The production was just one part
of the student curriculum which also
featured holocaust presentations by
a Stetson University professor and a
Survivor, Ms. Pape-Davis said.
Some children acting in the play
were moved to the point of tears by
the subject, she said.
Brooke Bovier, 14, who plays the
part of an adult teacher, said she was
touched by the story.
"I was one of the criers," the
eighth-grader said. "I cried because
it was really sad that all these people
had to die and suffer a great deal, just
because one man didn't wait them."
See DRAMA, A7


Staff photo by Jeanne Willard
Port Orange resident Auburn Smith, 11, was recently named the 2008
Easter Seals Volusia Flagler Ambassador. Her canine companion
Alpine, was provided by Canine Companions for Independence.


Localgirl named Easter


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ion for Auburn, who was born with
Spina Bifida resulting in an incom-
plete development of her spine.
The Creekside Middle School stu-
dent was recently named the 2008
Easter Seals Volusia Flagler Ambas-
sador.
As ambassador, Auburn will put a
face on the birth defect and spotlight
the therapy and services offered by
Easter Seals for the more than 10,000
people with disabilities in the two
counties.
The sixth-grader will speak at
meetings and events, such as her
recent appearance at the Daytona
Beach Rotary Club.
Becoming accustomed to the
"celebrity status" that comes with
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'Eco-friendly' sailing tours planned for Ponce Inlet


By Jeanne Willard
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PONCE INLET Visitors
will soon be able to enjoy
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Centenarians celebrate


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LOcals mark
mileStone
birthdays
ByJean Willard
WIlar ~ometownnewsol.com
PORT ORtANGE It's an
exclusive club that requires
a century of experience to
gain admission.
Three Port Orange resi-
dents recently celebrated
birthdays that qualify them
as centenarians people
who are 100 years or older.
SWill Hallenbeck, 103,
Armenouhi Norian, 103,
and Kay Ostrosky, 100, were
honored~ at a recent birth-
day celebration at the
CountySide Lales Assisted
Living Facility -in Port
Orange.
The annual event, begun
several years ago, has hon-
ored at least three centenar-
ians every year, with six res-
idents celebrating one year,
said Activity Director Diane
Parker,
The U.S. Census .Bureau
estimates that more than
131,000 people will reach
the century milestone by
the year 2010.


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By Jeanne Willard
Willard@hometownnewsol.com
PORT ORANGE Last year, when
Stacey Pape-Davis visited the
Dachau concentration camp in Ger-
many, she wept.
The memory still draws tears to
her eyes.
"Iwas sitting there in the eremato-
rium," she recalled. "You're literally
sitting on the ashes of human
beings."
As a drama teacher at Silver Sands
Middle Sho Mo. dapeDavs u ,
of children who lost their lives.
"They could be the children that
(I) techh" she said.
Noticing that visitors picked up
stones or purchased items m
remembrance, she searched for a
personal way to make a meaningful
difference.
'At that moment I knew that I had
to do something with my students, ~
she said. "The moment we forget
these things happened is the
moment we are doomed to repeat
them.
The result is the Silver Sands
Drama Club's performance of the
play "I Never Saw Another Butterfly"
which opens tonight.
The play, by Celeste Raspanti, is
based on a true: story of Raja Englan-
derova, one of only 93 children out of
15,000 who survived the ghetto
Terezin.
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dancing is still evident.
Weather permitting, she
can be found exercising
daily in the pool.
Never expecting to reach
100, Ms. Ostrosky said she
can't explain her longevity.
"Nobody in our family
(lived to 100)," she said.
Ms. Ostrosky's son and
daughter-in-law, Bob and
Mary Ostrosky, -attended


the celebration.
"It's incredible," Mr.
Ostrosky said. "All I can say
is she's amazing.
More than 100 friends
and family members dined
on roast turkey, mashed
potatoes, carrots and birth-
day cake .while musician
Jaime Rafford played oldies
on the saxophone.
While the century mark is
a significant milestone,
experts say that there are 85
documented supercente-
narians worldwide -those
who are 110 or older.
Onie Ponder, 110, is the
oldest documented person
.in Florida, said Robert
Young, senior claims
researcher for the Los Ange-
les Gerontology Research
Group.
Although statistically it's
likely that there's someone
oldelein Florida, no one has

authenticated to date, Mr.
Young said.
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From left, Will Hallenbeck, 103, Kay Ostrosky, 100, and Armenouhi Norian, 103, were
honored at a recent centenarian birthday celebration at the Countyside Lakes Assisted
Living Facility in Port Orange.


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er, 115, holds the title as the
oldest living U.S. resident.
The age of the world's
oldest person has hovered
between 114 and 116, Mr.
Young said.
"T]he number of super-
centenarians increased sig-


nificantly from 1970 to
2000," he said. "But the
numbers have leveled of-f
since then, suggesting that
we may be approaching a
'maximum life span' limit.
Meanwhile, Mr. Hfallen-
beck is not revealing how


many more birthdays he
expects to celebrate, leav-
ing that in God's hands, he
said.
"H~e's given me all these,"
he said. "I'm not complain-
ing."


The three local residents
celbrhin~igl b~irth~a~ys of 100
years or older have lived
through mnany historical
events including:

1908: Great San Franpcisco
Earthquake
1908: Model T makes its
ddebut
1912: Sinking of the Tit~an-

1914: Start of World War I
1918: Flu pandemic
192?7: Lindberrgh's flight
across the Atlantic Ocean
1929: Start of the Great


Depression .
19837: H-indenberg disas-
ter
1939: Start olfWo~rl~dWa II
1950: Start of the~ Korean
War
1957; Launch of Sputnik
195j9: H-awaii became the
50th state '
1983: President Kennedy
assassinated
1964: Start of thle Vietnam
War
1968: D~r. Martin Lulther
King Jr. assaassinated
1969: Neil Armstrong was
the first manl on the moon


1972: Munich Olympic
massacre
1977: First flight of Space
Shuttle Enterprise
1984: Aids virus discov-
ered
1984: First, U.S. female
vice-presidential candidate
for a major party
1986: Chernobyl disaster
2001: 9/11 terrorist
attacks on World Trade Cen-
ter and the Pentsigon
2003: Start of the Iraq war
2008: First Africlan-Amer-
ican, Barack Obama, elect-
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piano, credits the love of
her family and her faith for
her longevity.
"My children's love," she
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it makes her unsuitable for life in the wild.
Falcons, with narrow pointed wings, tear- dropped shaped
body and narrow tails, out-fly virtually any other bird and
are the inspiration for jet fighter designs, he said.
They perform high speed dives called stoops, reaching
speeds of up to 180 miles-per-hour.
Raptors are often spotted around Volusia County, Mr.
Brothers said.
"I saw 32 Peregrine Falcons last Monday, out over the
oceann" he told attendees. "They are migrating down to
spend the winter in South America and Central Arnerica or
the Caribbean islands."
And there's no better place to spot a.Bald Eagle than at the
Tomoka Landfill.
"We have the largest population outside of Alaska," Mr.
Brothers said. "I've seen as many of 60 there in a day."
Some raptors, such as Otis, an Eastern Screech Owl, look
deceptively harmless.
Edgewater resident David Guinan, 9, was charmed by the
diminutive owl.
"He's cute," David said. "He looks cute and cuddly."
On the other hand, Bobo, a Great Horned Owl with the
familiar large yellow eyes and distinctive ear tufts, appeared
more formidable.
Only six months old, Bobo could expect to live up to 25
years on a diet of frozen mice and chicks.
Mr. Brothers encourages residents to attend the educa-
tional program for the rare opportunity to see these "mas-
ters of the sky" up close.
The Marine Science Center, located at 100 Lighthouse
Drive, is open Thles. through Sat. from 10 a.m. until 4 p~m.
and Sundays~fom noon until 4 p~m. and is closed on Mon-
days.
Admission is $5 for adults, $4 for seniors, $2 for youth and
children under three are free.
For more information on when the raptor program is
scheduled call (386)304- 5545.

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Friday, November 7, 2008


New program brings natures 'top
gns' to visitors
By Jeanne Willard
Willard@hometownnewsol.com
PONCE INLET They're considered the "top guns" of
nature.
Soaring majestically through the air, the stealthy birds of
prey known as raptors have long fas-
cinated humans and even
inspired modern aircraft design.
SNow people can get close to
the elite wi~nged-predators,
which include hawks, eagles,
falcons and owls, at Volusia
County's Marine Science Cen-
ter in Ponce Inlet as part of its
P ~new "Raptor Live" learning
program.
Free with paid admission,
the classroom presentation
showcasing four live raptors
introduces visitors to birds
that are found in Volusia

"Nout .~many people get a
chance to see raptors from a
few feet away," said Michael
r,~; Brothers, director.
At a recent program Leopold, a
fierce looking Red-Tailed Hawk
perched on Mr. Brothers' arm, exhibiting the two defining
characteristics of a raptor sharp hooked talons and a sharp
hooked bill.
"These talons are extraordinarily sharp," he said. "They
are capable of piercing an animal and
puncturing vital organs."
If not for the protective gear he wears,
he said the raptors talons would go right
through his arm to the bone.
"As big and powerful as this raptor is,
he's just a youngster," Mr. Brothers said,
"Aot6mnh l.Raptors all share the same "tools" to
capture their prey,.he said.
Volusia County is home to a wide vani-
ety of raptors, including the Red-Shoul-
der Hawk, Red-Tailed Hawk, Broad-
Winged Hawk, American Kestrel Falcon,
Peregrine Falcon, Bald Eagle, Eastern
Screech Owl and the Great Horned Owl. ;
Priscilla, a 3-year-old Southeastern
Kestral Falcon, appeared unfazed by the
dozen' people attending the recent pres-
entation as she sat on Mr. Brothers' arm.
Coming from a family of baby falcons
that lost their nest, Priscila was rescued
by humans, he said.
~That contact with humans at a very
""fe" Fgehcau sd her eo nmroint" on ,.
ents.
"Priscilla doesn't know she's a bird," Michael Brothers, d
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lot of ways," the single moth-
er said. "My caseworker is
the greatest."
A student at Chiles Acade-
my in Port Orange, Ms.
Mayo's goal is to obtain her
high school diploma and join
the Air Force
"(Jeremiah) can come with
me," she said. "I want to
make life better for him."
Junior League member Dai
Durrance said the economic
need in the community was
greater than anticipated.
"We were planning for 30
women. But with everything
that's happened in the past
couple of months we had to
double it," Ms. Durrance
said. "There are that many
people in need in the com-
munity right now."
Donations for the shower
and raffle gifts came from
Junior League members,
Healthy Start Coalition
members, area businesses
and the community, she
said.
With such a great turn-out,
Ms. LeBlanc said she hopes
the~ first community baby
shower will become a regular
event.


prepared is her participation
in programs for at-risk
expectant and new mothers
through the Healthy Start
Coalition ofVolusia and Fla-
gler Coitnty.
All babies deserve a
healthy start, said Susan
LeBlanc, Healthy Start pro-
gram director and Junior
League member.
Coalition programs focus-
ing on education, pre-natal
care, parenting and counsel-
ing are designed to reduce
fetal and infant mortality
and prevent child abuse and
neglect, she said.
"It's a prevention-based
program that saves money in
the long run," Ms. LeBlanc
said.
. The dismal economy has
put an additional financial
strain on women expecting
babies, especially those who
already were having trouble
making ends meet, Ms.
LeBlanc said, prompting the
Junior League of Daytona
Beach to sponsor a recent
community baby shower for
coalition participants.
"Many of the families we
serve were struggling
before," she said. "'I don't
know how some of (those)


we serve are making it on a
day to day basis.
At the shower, new moms
cooed over their tiny infants
and those still awaiting the
big event chatted while
enjoying a continental
breakfast in the pink and
blue decorated Junior
League office in Daytona
Beach.
Each mother received a
basket of diapers, toys and
baby clothing and were eligi-
ble to win raffle prizes such
as baby carriers, bouncers,
crib linens, pack-n-plays and
Other baby items.
The grand prize, a stroller
that includes a detachable
car seat was won by Katie.
"That's just what we need-
ed," Ms. Vereen said.
New mother Ida Mayo, 20,
who brought 2-month old
Jeremiah to the shower, said
she was initially frightened at
the prospect of having a
baby.
"It was scary," the Daytona-
Beach resident said.
Healthy Start Coalition
programs such as parenting
classes and the support of
caseworkers benefited her
greatly, she said.
"'They have helped me in a


By Jeanne Willard
;auWillard@hometowlinewsol.com

VOLUSIA COUNTY -
Angela Vereen had almost
given up ~on her dream of
having a baby when she
finally became pregnant
with her daughter Katie at
age 38. ~
Now, just fourteen years
later, Katie is having a baby
of her own.
"Of course, you never want
your child to have a child,"
Ms. Vefeen said. "This is a
total surprise, bitt it's a good
surprise. It's a blessing."
Angela and Katie plan to
raise the baby together, they
said.
At 52, Ms. Vereen who suf-
fers from multiple sclerosis
said she's not deterred by the
demands of caring for a
young infant again. -
"We are going to love the
baby unconditionally," she
said. .
Katie, a freshman in high
school, said she is aware of
the challenges ahead but is
ready to become amom.
"I'm excited," she said. "I'm
ready."
Part of the reason she'll je


Staff photo by Jeanne Willard
Two-month old Jeremiah Mayo naps during the Junior
League of Daytona Beach Communit By Sower
recently.


received through Easter Seals
for her current mobility,
which exceeded medical
expectations.
"I learned how to walk
there," Auburn said.
With two dislocated hips,
her gait appears labored, but
she said she's not in pain
walking short distances.
While her condition won't
necessarily get worse, as
Auburn grows taller and
heavier, she'll have more diffi-
culty walking, Mr. Smith said.
"As she gets older, she'll
progress toward a wheel.
chair," he said.
The condition also leaves
Auburn vulnerable to other
medical conditions and she
recently missed school days
while recovering from a kid-
ney condition.
Auburn uses a wheelchair
for long distances and to par-
ticipate in sports such as ten-
mis.
A flute player, .she enjoys
swimming, shopping at the
mall and visiting Sea World.
Named after her grandfa-
ther's alma mater Auburn
University, she hopes to


attend that university one
day.
"I like going to the football
games," she said. "I like the
campus."
Ambassadors such as
Auburn are important to get
the word out about the' serv-
ices Easter Seals provides,
said Lynn Sinnott, Easter
Seals president and chief
executive officer for Volusia
and Flagler County.
'Easter Seals is the num-
ber-one provider of services
to people with disabilities
and special needs," she said.
Some people are surprised
to learn that Easter Seals
doesn't just raise money, Ms.
Sinnott said, but provides
services including therapy,
day care, pediatric rehabilita-
tion, camping, deaf and hard
of hearing services and
autism services.
Meanwhile Auburn islook-
ing forward to donning her
official ambassador sash and
talking about what she kn~ows
best.
"I want to tell people what
Easter Seals is doing," she
said.


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"I want to do a lot of stuff
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Auburn's parents JTimmy
and Linda Smith and her sis-
ters Kellie, 9,. and Ashley, 18,
live in Port Orange.
Spina Bifida affects chil-
dren in varying degrees
depending on where the
defect occurs along the spine,
said Mr. Smith, who is a regis-
tered nurse.
The defect is believed to
occur during the first 21 days
of pregnancy, he said, and is
thought to be caused by a
folic acid deficien y
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and will include a film about
walking and club informa-
tion. '
The meeting will follow at
6:30 p.m.,. and the agenda
will include information on
upcoming events.
For more information, call
(386) 788-4026 or visit
www.happywanderersfl.org.

Volunteer manatee

pfotedti0R training
scheduled

The Manatee Protection
Program for Volusia County
is looking for volunteers
interested in participating in
Manatee Watch, a program
that focuses on identifying
the presence of manatees in
local waterways.
Residents who live on the
water, spend a lot of time
near the water or are avid
boaters may become Mana-
tee Watchers. `
Coordinators with the
county's Manatee WVatch
program will host a training
from 6 to 8 p.m., Monday,
Nov. 10. Volunteers will learn
.how to document manatee
sightings, sketch scar pat-


terns and photograph indi-
viduals. Information gath-
ered from volunteers will be
used to provide vital mana-
tee information, including
behavior, movement within
the waterways, habitat use
and individual identifica-
tion.
The program is open to
interested individuals, fami
lies, businesses and civic
organizations. However, par
ticipants should be at least
16 years old.
For more information
and/or to register, call (386)
736-5927, Ext, 2235, or visit
www.volusiamanatees.org

Port Orange student
Selected to attend
n8ti0Hal SUMMit

Bo Godawa, son of Port
Orange residents Fred and
Daneen Godawa, has been
selected as one of 90 stu-
dents by the AMVETS organ-
ization to attend the nation-
al summit.
Students from across -the
country will gather Nov. 6-9
at the AM'VETS Spirit of
America Youth Leadership


Conference at Freedoms
Foundation in Valley Forge,
Pa. During the four-day pro-
gram, students will partici-
pate in workshops, hear
from experts in business,
government and academia
and tour Philadelphia. Stu-
dents also will learn the
ideals and principles upon
which the United States was
founded.
Each student was selected
to attend based on the
AMVETS annual American.
ism essay contest and by dis-
plyingdexcellc inm leader-
Freedoms Foundation ait
Valley Forge was established
in 1949 to honor patriotism
and good citizenship. For
nearly 50 years, the founda-
tion has instilled the patriot-
ic spirit in young Americans,
teachers and communities
and honored those individu-
als and organizations that
exemplify this spirit.
AMVETS partnered with
the foundation in 1988.
For more information, visit
www.amvets.org or
www.amvets911.org or call
(386) 788-1014.

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Wanted ,per-
son: unknown
white male

Reason want-
ed: theft of
diamond ring

Location of I~~~
incident: J.C.
Penny, Day-
tona Beach

Date of inci-
dent:
Oct. 7





.Crime Stoppers of
Northeast Florida is
seeking information
regarding the identity
of a man who stole
valuable jewelry from
J.C. Penny in Daytona
Beach. The suspect,
whose image was cap-
tured on the store's
surveillance system,
told a salesperson at
the store that he want-
ed to upgrade his
wife's diamond ring.
When the suspect was
shown a three carat
ring valued at $11,000,
he ta hu if ,t stor
into a white, two-door
passenger car that
may have been a


Honda and drove off.
A man with. a similar
description stole a ring
in' much the same
manner on Sept. 29
from a J.C. Penny store
in Orlando.


Anyone who recog-
nizes the man in the
picture' or ~who has
information regarding
these thefts is asked~to
call Crime Stoppers
toll-free a't (888) 277-
TIPS or text "TIP231


Crime Stoppers. will
remain anonymous
and can qualify for a
reward ~of up to $1,000.


II controlled substance. Bail
yvas set at $1,000.
*Dallas Daniel Davis, 21,
ofA0 Hensil HillE Road, Port
Orange, was arrested Oct. 26
on charges of two counts of
burglary to a dwelling, grand
theft and dealing in stolen
property. Bail was .set at
$8,500.
*Paula' Fitzgerald Thomas'

,nof mrnwaas arr sed
Oct. 27aon char of a ga

weapon. No bail was set.
*Benjamin Dallas Beute,
18, of 817 Bayridge Lane,
Port Orange, was arrested
Oct. 27 on charges of fraudu-
lent use of a credit card, bur-
glary of a conveyance, larce-


ny, burglary to auto and
grand theft. Bail was set at
$8,500.
*Justin Morgan Mcdall, 32,
of 5384 S. Ridgewood Ave.,
No. 18, Port Orange, was
arrested Oct. 28 on charges
of burglary. No bailwas set.
*Lorenzon Cadare Brown,
28, of 240 Orchard `St., Port
Orange, was arrested Oct. 28
on charges of robbery with a
wea on. Bail was set at

*Mark Allen Rhoads, 43, of
958 Village Trail, No. 510,
Port Orange, was arrested
Oct. 29 on charges of five
counts of possession of sex-
ual performance by a child
and five counts of posses-


sion of sexual performance.
No bail was set.
*Rodney Walter Smith Jr.,
43, .of 817 Long: Meadow
Court, .Port Orange, was
arrested Oct. 30 ork charges
of possession of schedule II
drugs and possession of
schedule III drugs. Bail was
set at $100.

South Daytona
Police Department

*DerekeMaxrimino Negron,
28, of 1039 ly. Green Acres
Circle, South Daytona, was
arrested Oct. 30 on charges
of domestic battery/stran-
gulation. No bail w~as set.


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Library to host
book sale

The Children's Depart-
ment of the Port Orange
Regional Library will spon-
sor a children's book sale
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.,
Wednesday, Nov. 12 and
Thursday, Nov. 13, at 1005
City Center Circle.
For more information, call
(386) 322-5152, Ext. 4.

Walking clubi to
host events

The Happy Wanderers
Walking Club will host a 5K
and 10K walk at 6 p.m., Tues-
day, Nov. 11, at the Port
Orange Library, 1005 City
Center Circle.
This will be the 10th annu-
al Veterans' Day walk, featur-
ing a wreath laying ceremo-
ny.
The cost is $3.
Also, the club will meet
Thursday, Nov. 13, at the Port
Orange Presbyterian
Church, 4552 S. Clyde Morris
Blvd.
A new member orienta-
tion will be held at 6 p.m.


Port Oran e Police
Department
*Heather Larae Johnson,
21, of. 3864 Sunset Cove
Drive, Port Orange, was
arrested Oct. 24 on charges
of possession of a concealed
firearm. Bail was set at
$1,750.
28 T9 6 Everett McC1 ud
Orange wasonre ed Otn 2
crack cocaine with intent to
distribute. No bailwas set.
*Rodney Walter Smith Jr.,
43, of 817 Long Meadow
Court, Port Orange, was
arrested Oct. 25 on charges
of possession of a schedule




















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Looking for a few good Marines

A local crew of Marines will celebrate the 233rd birthday of
the United States Marine Corps at 1700 hours on Monday at
the Rivergrille on the Toploka located.at 950 North U.S. 1
Ormond Beach in the scenic Still Water Saloon. And of
course it will be held on Nov. 10, the birthday of the Corps. A
birthday cake will be provided. Please bring your significant
other. Semper Fi!

Elderly couple thankful for man's help'

My husband and I, both of whom are elderly, were at Pub-
lix on Ridgewood in Holly Hill recently when our van would
not start. We didn't know what to do.
SWe had our hood up and were clearly in need. Several
police officers passed right by us without stopping. But a '
commander for the Ormond Beach fire department came
out of the store and went out of his way to help us. He even
waited to make sure we were all right in getting home.
Our thanks out to that kind man.

Resident hopes family-friendly
reStaurant Stay S ieR

Sonny's BBQ in Ormond Beach and on International
Speedway Boulevard ar~e closing down very soon and
reopening under new ownership as a "Gator Tails" sports
bar/restaurant.
I just found out recently, that the same thing may happen
to Sonny's mn Port Orange. My family and I and many of our
friends have been going to Sonny's in Port Orange for years
now. We love the food, family atmosphere and the service. If
this location shuts down, there will be no Sonny's to go to in
the area. I'm sure that other people like me do not want
another sports bar in the area.
Port Orange is a family-oriented town, and we want to
keep family type restaurants here.
What about the dedicated employees who have been
working there all this time? What's going to happen to them?
It's not only the food that bring customers in, but the staff as
we l.
If anyone is as upset as I am about this situation, write to,
Sonny's BBQ headquarters or call Sonny's in Port Orange to
tell them how you feel. The telephone number is (386) 788-
6363

Driver feels c clists don't share the road

I wish the sheriff's office or the state park patrol would
start driving along Highbridge and Walter Boardman on
Sunday mornings. It seems the bicyclists think they own the
road. .
They do not nide single file when cars come upon them;
they ride in packs. They ride in a row blocking the entire
lane, and best yet, they will stop right in the middle of the
road in their pack to talk or make repairs and don't~pven try
to move over when cars come by.
They have no courtesy to the cars that have to share the
road. It wasn't but a month or two ago that Hometown news
pionteaddth hare the Road"adrules right on the front page.

dMab cakfew tickets from the sheriff or park patrol might

Drill here, drill nOW.

Before we continue to suck every last drop of domestic oil
out of the earth, before we sacrifice our beaches and shores,
before we continue to harm the environment and con-
tribute to global warming, before we continue to sacrifice
additional lives on our roadways, shouldn't we sacrifice just
a bit?
We know that driving a vehicle at 80 or 90 miles per hour
consumes excessive amounts of fuel and contributes equal-
ly excessively to pollution and global warming.
In addition, excessive speed makes our roads dangerous
and often fatal. Not to mention that wasting fuel increases
the demand, which in turn increases the price.
It's time that we decrease the national speed limit by 10
miles per hour. Decreasing your speed by 10 miles per hour
from 70, 80 or 90 will increase your gas mileage by at least 10
percent. Imagine paying 10 percent less for fuel. If everyone





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decreased their fuel consumption by 10 percent, we would
decrease demand, thus decreasing price. We've already seen
what a decrease in demand has done to fuel prices recently;
imagine the price even lower.

The price of gas could go up after election
There is a thought that came to mind the last couple of
days: Why has the price of gas dropped so much lately?
Not that I'm complaining, but do they have all those
refineries and platforms fixed all of a sudden, or is it a tem-
porary "sacrifice" by the oil companies to influence the elec-
tions?
I fear they will make up for it after the election with some
made-up excuse, so be ready for $5 a gallon?
I just don't trust anybody anymore, only friends.

P IbiiOSonal response ilty

A couple of years ago, I needed a car to drive to work. I
really wanted a black~ Mercedes SL 500, but I couldn't afford
one. So I acted responsibly and bought an old, used car
instead.
I wanted a big house on the beach, too, but I couldn't
afford that either, so I bought a small house several miles
inland. I also wanted a nice swimming pool, but instead of
going in debt, I decided to open a savings account and save
until I coul pay for it.
That is what responsible people do. They don't always get
everything they want, but instead, they choose to live within
their means.
Here's how our government would handle the same situa-
tion: They need a vehicle to drive to work, but the budget wiH
only support the purchase of a used Ford. So they buy a Mer-
cedes SL 550 AMG and a Hummer with custom paint and
chrome wheels.
They need a three-bedroom house, so they buy a mansion
'on the river instead, which is only 500 percent over budget.
The pool wasn't quite large enough, so they had it ripped
out and had an Olympic-sized one put in. When they could-
n't afford to make the payments, they just borrowed more
money from foreign countries and promised that the taxpay-
ers would pay it back with interest~ instead of selling the

pSi ce theyd deora aled hopelessly in debt, they decided to
burden future generations of taxpayers with more debt by
purchasing all new designer furniture for the mansion along
with a new fleet of Cadillac Escalades.
A few citizens who were paying attention made a fuss
about the irresponsible behavior, so the government acted
quickly. It formed a committee consisting of the people who
caused the problem, and they decided to borrow more
money from the foreign countries to pay for their misdeeds
and then claimed responsibility for fixing the problem. Then
they raised taxes on the taxpayers to pay for it for years to
come.
This is exactly how our government treats us. Clearly they
see us only as a source of revenue for them to waste or to
realize personal gain. What happened to a government by
the people and for the people?,What happened to responsi-
ble behavior and moral character?

Green arrow needed at intersection

I have beeti confused for some time now about the reason-
ing behind the traffic lights on Nova Road between Flomich
Avenue and Third Street. I don't understand why Third Street
is the only light that has a continuous green for left turns
from Nova, while Sixth, Eighth and 15th have to wait for a
green arrow.
I left out 11th, 13th and Flomich Avenue because I under-
stand they are busier intersections. I even understand that
safety may be an issue, but why is Thirrd exempt from this?
Could it be because of the businesses located on that corner?
Taking into consideration these red left arrows may be
necessary, but does the wait at 15th Street have to be so long?
Later in the evening it is shorter.
Many times I see people just run it red; I assume because
they are tired of waiting. I have even seen people make a
right on 15th, u-turn and come at the'light to cross Nova
Road just to avoid waiting as long.
How can this be safer than turning on a green arrow?

IR re5 ORSe to distasteful
ranIS about Edgewater

PleaSe, this is a wonderful town/city to live grow up in and
raiSe children. The people who run our fine city have every
bit of the knowledge and experience that they need.
As for the fire chief becoming interim manager, I say we
could not have a better man for that very job. Mr. Barlow is
an intelligent person who knows his job.
For the ranter who wants jobs lost so they do not have to
pay anything extra, if it was your son/daughter or any other
family member or perhaps yourself, maybe you would think


a little differently.
People seem to forget the employees of Edgewater are a
group of hard-working people who have families they are
trying to raise and support. What makes you think that only
you as a employee would be any better (arrogance maybe?). I
guess it was OK for you 'to work and collect a paycheck for
your family, but you would cut another off so your water bill
won't get raised. This is very selfish. Not all employees are
goof-offs as you may like to lead others to think.
One ranter said they moved here a few years ago. This city
has been here for many years and has done just fine until a
lot of know-it-alls moved here and want things their way. I
bet you moved here because where ever you came from was
really expensive to live.
One day you may be in need of one of those officers that
have a newv car at their home, and you may be glad that they
were closer than they could be if they did not have immedi-
ate access to the car.
We have lived in this city for all of our lives; we love this city
and do not like you slamming our city with awful words.
Shame on you. Be kind and be fair.
Shug thank you

My co-workers and I would like to give a big thank you to a
good man who rescued two kittiens from a storm drain at a
gas station by crawling 20 feet down into ~the pipe full of
mud, muck, water and who knows what else to save them.
Thank you to the two young men from the lawn company
who rescued the ~first kitten and notified us of the problem.
And let's not forget the owner of the gas station who helped
a great deal and let us borrow a flashlight.
Thanks to you guys, three kittens are off the streets and in
loving homes.
And a big no thank you to the police officer who replied
with a cold "No" when we simply asked for a flashlight to
shine into the pipe. He just called animal control and took
off.
Animal control never bothered to show up, by the way,
after an hour and a half.
And no thanks to the fire rescue that wouldn't help either;
they simply transferred us to animal control, which I remind
you, didn't come.

To all so-called thrift shops

What has happened to thrift shops? Have they now
acquired a new name? Boutique?
For some reason, people and companies running these
shops have lost the reason for the existence of these shops.
Thrift shops happened because there was a need to help
the poor and less fortunate people who could not afford to
shop in malls and fancy stores. They wanted to dress them-
selves and mainly their children in decent, clean, used cloth-
ing. These items are donated to thrift stores by well meaning
people who want to help the poor and let them be able to
purchase items at a low price. I wonder if you are aware that
you are oirer pncmig items to make a big profit from their
donations. So why try to cheal; the people who depend on
thrift shops to cloth their families?
My daughter is a single mother trying to raise three children
without any financial support from the father. She depends
on thrift t@hops to clothe her children for school so they aren't
ridiculed for wearing tattered clothes. It seems that she must.
depend on yard sales now for bargains shoes for $1, shirts
for 25 to 50 cents, dresses for $1. However, with the gas
crunch, she can't afford to drive around too much from yard
sale to yard sale.
Take a good look at your shelves and racks. They are
crammed full! Does that tell you something? Prices are too
high and people aren't buying.
The purpose of this letter is to remind thrift shops that they
may be out of touch with us, the less fortunate.

re ym to sop on ge'l ssea Iou ses of uf te rice
come down!

Proud bike owner raves about company

I understand with the current problems we all have, be it
economic, county, state or even our local town issues, we all
love to rant.
I, at this time, would like to wreck all those emotions with a
rave! Even as trivial within the scope of all our concerns.
I'm retired and ride my bicycle at least 50 miles a day to
keep in shape and shut the TV up with any depressing news,
Which they love to report. After three years of owning my
Trek and with many miles on it, the rear spokes started
breaking. I took it to Volusia Motor Sports, where I originally
purchased it. The service department in my presence con-
tacted Trek via pc, and Trek by dealer advice not only sup-
plied one new rim but two, due to the efforts of Jamie at the
service department.
My hat is off to Trek and especiallyVolusia Motor Sports for
being honest and backing their product. As a consumer, you
can't ask for anything more than that.


Steven E. Erlanger ....Publisher and C.O.O.
Le Kendal ...... Gnral Manager/CFO
Vernon D.Smith .. .Managing Partner
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Robin Bevilacqua... .Human Resources
Kimberly Yaney G.....eneral Manager
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Phone (386) 322-5900
Fax (386) 322-5901
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13-year-old Ellen Boener and Shakeeb Ghacha of Silver Sands Middle School will iper-
form in I never Saw Another Butterfly' at Silver Sands Nov. 7, 8, 14, and 15.


hard to believe it happened,
but it did."
Other students playing
lead roles include Shak
Ghacha, 13, Richard
Bermudez, 14, and Addie
Fagan, 13.
The play' doesn't have a
traditional happy ending,
Ms. Pape-Davis concedes,
but the message is one of

hoIt's uplifting in the sense
that there's hope," she said.
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cessful future generation is
to educate our children
about the suffering of the
past and to make sure this
doesn't happen again."
Performances will be held
on Nov. 7, 8, 14 and 15 at 7
p. m.at~the Silver Sands Mid-
dle.School Auditoriurr, 1300
Herbert St. ,
Tickets cost $10 for adults,
$5d forest dnts andesenior
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(386) 322-61 75, ext. 36466.


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VOLUSIA COUNTY -
Teachers from ten Port
Orange schools and one
South Daytona school
found out last week
they're the best and the
brightest.
The te chrs wer

school's Teacher of the
Year and are nominated
for the Volusia County
Schools 2010 Teacher of
the Year.
A banquet. for the 70
nominees, who were
chosen by teacher vote,
will be held Nov. 13. A
winner will be selected
at a gala Friday, Jan. 30 at
the. HI-ilton Daytona'
Bach Oceanwalk


Nominees from Port
Orange schools include:
*Ronnie Garrett,
Atlantic High
*Gina Triboletti,
Creekside Middle
**Richard West,
iCypress Creek Elemen-
tary
*. Catherine A. Fajr
Horizon Elementary
J~anice Roccio, Port
Orange Elementary
Michael E. Williams,
Silver Sands Middle
*Beverly Mattila,
Spruce Creek Elemen-
tary
Joshua P. Platt,
Spruce Creek High
Linda Schultz,.Sugar
Mill Elementary
sara Muller, sweet-
~water Elementary .

Nominees from South
Daytona include:
*Denise Peddicord,
South Daytona Elemen-
tary


Drama
Fromn page Al
Ellen Boener, 13, plays the
lead role of Raja.
The playr is different than
the usual comedies selected
in- the past, she said, but
believes it's an excellent
selection,
(h"Onc co us earn about
tragedy of the matter is just
incredible," she said. "It's


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during the Ormond Beach
Senior Games at the
Ormond Lanes recently.
The winners of each sport
of the senior games qualify
for the Florida Senior
Games State Champi-
onships to be held mn Cape
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seat 2 may have added to
the crowd at City Island
Library.
Midway through the
week, Gov. Charlie Crist
mandated extended early
voting hours, which put a
strain on election officials
who had to scramble to find
additional workers. The
governor said the number
of people voting early and
waiting for hours constitut-
ed a state emergency that
demanded action.
At many sites, as expect-
ed, seasoned voters turned
out, but WESH 2 also met
peo le who sad the didn't
be heard this year. WESH
also saw huge numbers of
young, first-time voters
who said the debates that
sprang up inspired them to
become more informed and
to take a stand.
At Bethune-Cookman
University in Daytona
Beach, President Trudie
SKibbe Reed held a Get Out
the Vote rally, and nearly
3,000 students marched or
took a bus to the polling
site. Dr. Reed has long
promoted voting as a duty
and hard-fought right,
particularly for African-
Americans, and said young
people have an obligation
to be involved in the
process-
*Fire displaces
eight famshieS

Eight families were
displaced when a fire broke
out at the Sunrise Pointe
Apartments on Nantucket
Island Drive in Port Orange.
SThe blaze started in the
kitchen of one unit, but
traveled into the walls
causing extensive damage
in the apartment and .
spreading poisonous


carbon monoxide fumes
throughout the building.
Investigators determined it
wouldn't be safe for anyone
to stay in the building
overnight, so five families
briefly stayed with friends,
.while others were assisted
by the Red Cross.

Bank robber still on
the loose

Authorities in Daytona
Beach Shores continue to
look for a suspect who they
say robbed the StinTrust
Bank on South Atlantic
Avenue. The suspect
passed a note demanding
money and implied he had
a weapon. No one was
hurt, and the suspect made
off with a small amount of
cash. Police say the suspect
jumped onto a skateboard
to make his escape.

Man found dead on
North Causeway

In New Smyrna Beach,
investigators want to know
what led to the death of an
Edgewater man, found
lying on the shoulder of the
road in the 300 block of the
North Causeway. Police
have identified the man as
Glen Gagnon, 42. Police
believe he was a victim of a
hit and run.


Fire cost business
$350,000

Fire investigators now
say a blaze that gutted a'
picture frame manufactur-
ing warehouse in Daytona
Beach wits accidental. The
building was fully engulfed
when firefighters arrived at
Top Gallery on Segrave
Avenue. The fire was so
intense, the roof collapsed.
Investigators said the fire
started in the processing
room where workers use
laminate to protect and
preserve pictures. Nd one
was hurt, but damages are
estimated at well over
$350,000.

Sex sting trial could
be in two weeks

A Volusia County judge
will decide whether the
case against former Day-

:2.;deah Ct omms

go to trial. Shallow was one
of nine men busted in a
Sears bathroom sex sting a
year ago. His attorney said
an undercover officer tried
to provoke Shallow, who
was ooone ina ennclo edh
had a right to expect
privacy. Prosecutors said
Shallow lost that right
beas he en aged the

making provocative sounds
and moving his foot into
t adb iin gstall. h de
to dismiss the charges,
while the state thinks there
is enough to go forward.
The judge expects to rule in
two weeks.

Claire Metz is the WESH 2
News bureau chief for
Volusia and Flagler coun-
ties.


Brle' =
From page Al
summer when police said
Thomas Cosby 56, deliber-
ately ran her d wn with his
car because she is black
Cosby was being held -
without bond, but the court
said the case can't move
forward until Cosby is
deemed competent to face .
the charges. His attorney
said mental illness and not
hate led Cosby to act.
Cosby's insurance company
has settled with the young
woman.


Man sentenced to six
years for child porn
AVolui Cout man
was sentenced to moore than
six years mn prison fr
psseM ing chodd pono r-
arrested last year at his
home near Port Orange.
Investigators said he had 21
ima es of children involved
in sex acts on his computer
Authorities said Rhoads
downloaded the images
and shared them thro gh
the Internet. Rhoads was
unmasked when a woman
in another county com~
plained about offensive
photo attachments, and
investigators found Rhoads
name in an e-mail chain,

Election Day has
COme and gone
The election is behind us,
and it will go down in the
history books as inciting
passion in the country's
leadership.
In the days leading up to
the election, Central Florida
became an important
rallying ground for both
campaigns with the candi-
dates or their representa-
tives making stops and

Dpte soe neump sn
the road,~ early voting set
records inVolusia County.
Nearly 70,000 citizens cast
ballots at one of five early
voting sites, in some cases
waiting more than two
hours. The Deltona site and
the site in Daytona Beach
were the busiest, with
presidential politics on the
forefront and interesting
local races and questions.
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Republican incum.
bent Dorothy Hukill
celebrates her
victory against ~
William Smalley in
the State House
District 28 race with
her son Jonathan in
Port Orange Tues-
day night-


Randy Barber
staff photographer


President

Barack Obama, Democrat,
Illinois

U.S. Representative

District 7
John Mica-R-Casselberry

District 24 (August 26)
Suzanne Kosmas-D-NSB

State Senator

District 7
Evelyn Lynn-R-Ormond
Beach

State Representative

District 26
Pat Patterson-R-DeLand

District 27
Dwayne L. Taylor-D-
Daytona Beach

District 28
Dorothy L. Hukill-R-Port
Orange

SVolusia County Sheriff
Ben Johnson-Glenwood

Vollsia County Property
Appraiser
Morgan Gilreath Jr.-
DeLand

Volusia County
Supervisor of Elections
Ann McFall-Deltona

Volusia County Council

District 2
Nancy Epps-Ponce Inlet
JoshWagner-Port Orange
(Recount in progress at
press time)


Volusia Soil and Water
Conservation District

Group 1
Mary Prevatte-Seville
Gordon Currie-Ormond*
Beach

Group 4
Dan Kanfer-DeLand
H-. Alan Burton-Ormond
Beach

State Amendment 1
(Alien property rights) No

State Amendment 2
(Marriage protection) Yes

State Amendment 3
(Property improvements
assessments) (Yes

State Amendment 4
(Conservation property
tax exemption) Yes

State Amendment 6
(Working waterfront
assessment) Yes
State Amendment 8


Ponce Inlet amendment 2
(limiting commercial dry
boat storage) Yes

Daytona Beach Shores
referendumil1
(updating antiquated
charter provisions) Yes

Daytona Beach Shores
referendum 2
i(updating personnel and
purchasing) Yes

'Daytona Beach Shores
referendum 3
(Term limits and mayor
expense allowance) No


Mayor
Tony Goudie

Seat 2
Kris Derr


Seat 4
Barbara Davis

Ponce Inlet amendment 1
(height limit exemption)
Yes -


This is an open inv~itation for the official Kickoff to the
2009 American Cancer Society Relay for Life of Port Orange
event that will take place on May 1-2, 2009. We want to
encourage everyone to join us to learn more about how to
participate in the event, to create a teamn, and to raise moneyl
for cancer awareness, education and advoc~acyc~!


Kosmas takes District 24 from Feeney


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Symphony Guld
Opera BuS
SOBSOR Starts

The Symphony Guild of
Daytona Beach will again
offer~ trips on the "Opera
Bus" to performances of-
Orlando Opera's 2008-2009
fall/winter season at Bob
Carr Performing Arts Cen-
ter.
Subscriptions to the
Orlando Opera are now
available. The subscription
includes three operas for
Sunday afternoon perform-
ances and transportation in
hIxuary buses. On "opera
day," the buses leave City
Is1 dscheul in as follows:
Sunday, November l6 "Il
Trovatore" by Verdi; Sunday,
Feb. 22 "La Cenerentola"
by Rossini; and Sunday,
April 5 "Suor Angelica" by
Puccini and "Cavalleria Rus-.
ticana", by M~ascagni.
Seats on the Opera Bus
are sold by series subscrip-
tion cinly. The cost for the
three-opera series is $275
for front/rear orchestra,
$295 for middle orchestra
and $325 fbr front balcony.
SInformation about the
~afternoon's opera will be
distributed on the bus., On
the return trip, complimien-
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ments will be served. The
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ROMANCING
THE STOVE
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apples, which is. more
work, once the pie was
baked there was a large
space between the filling
and the top crust. Th-en I
tried something that was
so successful I make my
apple pies no other way.
Canned pie-sliced apples
are wonderful. I don't
mean pie filling that is
seasoned, I mean just
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and are sold in most
supermarkets.
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There are plenty of large
viewing windows as well as
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the bears. '
While on this tour, your
home away from home will
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and rustic to the eye. It is an
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Since this lodge is family
run, you are treated to the
best in personal service and
amenities. The breakfasts
and dinners are all home-
made and lunches are
included with the bus tour.
Established in the early
1700s, the frontier town of
Churchill is known as the
polar bear capital of the
world.
The polar Bear is the
monarch of the arctic,
tipping the scales at over
1,300 pounds and can stand
some 10-feet tall. The bears
begin to congregate along
the coast beginning In
October to return to the
seal-rich feeding grounds
on the ice flows of Hudson
Bay. Watch as they search
for food, play and rough-

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arctic foxes, hares, caribou,
ringed seals and the beauti-
ful willow ptarmigan.
For those of you reading
th o artcke dfyouaheard in
this unique tour put out by
Mayflower tours. It is too
late for this year, but the
bears are there every year
and will wait to see you next
year in October.
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Fold top crust over bottom
crust and press together,
Flute edges to create a
ripple effect with your
fingers, or press all around
with the tines of a fork.
Using scissors, cut slits
or curved slits to resemble
a tree branch with leaves
in the top crust. Brush
crust with milk and
sprinkle generously with
sugar. Do not put milk or .
sugar on the edges.
Bake on a cookie sheet in
the lower third of a pre-
heated 425-degree oven for
10 minutes. Lower temper-
ature to 350 degrees and
continue baking for 30
minutes, until crust is
golden and filling is
bubbly.
To save the pie for future
use, prepare! it but do not
slit the crust: or brush with
milk. Freeze unbaked. To
use, thaw for three to five
hours on the countertop or
overnight in the refrigera-
tor. Bake as directed. If pie
is still frozen, sirgply bake
a little longer until bubbly.
To make many pies, you
can triple the shaker pie
crust recipe. The following
will make agpprximately
one large, four medium
and one small apple pies
along with enough dough
for at least two pumpkin
pies and some pie crust
cookies.

7 20 ounce cans sliced
apples. drained


4 cups sugar or 1/2 sugar
and 1/2 Splenda sugar
substitute
3/4 cups dark brown
sugar, packed
1-1/2 tsp. salt
I cup flour
1 tbsp. cinnamon
1/2 tsp. nutmeg
Juice of 1-1/2 lemons
2 tbsp. butter or butter
substitute for each pie

Follow the above
instr-uctions. Do not mix.
ingredients with apples
until the crusts are pre-
pared, the, sugars and salt
will produce too much
liquid.

PE CAN PIE

High-fat, high-choles-
terol this must be a
"special occasion" de sert.

3 large eggs
1 cup light corn s ru
1 cup sugar yup
-2 tablespoons melted
butter or butter substitute
2-1/2 teaspoons vanilla
Dash of salt
1 cup pecan halves or
pieces (pieces make it
easier to cut the pie)
1 unbaked deep-dish 9-
inch pie shell

Using a whisk, beat eggs
slightly. Add next five
ingredients th~en pecans.
Pour into pie shell.
Bake on a cookie sheet in
a preheated 400-degree


oven 15 minutes. Lower
temperature to 350 degrees
and continue baking 30 to
35 minutes. Filling should
be slightly less set in center
than around edges.
Cool, chill and serve with
whipped cream or vanilla
ice cream.

NOTE: Remember, check
store brands for corn syrup
to find a better price.

I am available for talks
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Sound. Call (772) 465-5656
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pers. Hope you had
a good week. If you
missed a column, go to my
site and follow instruc-
tions. Check out my
holiday cookbook special.
Last week I gave you the
recipe for shaker piecrust
and today we will make
apple pies. If you don't like
apple pie, you've. never had
one that was homemade,
The biggest job in
making apple pie is the
peeling and the slicing.
When we first came to
Florida in 1974, I couldn't
seem to find any good
apples at a pr~ie I wanted
to pay. Certain apples,
such as McIntosh, are not
suitable for pies. They turn
into applesauce.
What always bothered
me about apple pie is that
unless you first poach the


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Cort~land, Brae burn,
Spartan and Granny Smith
are your best choices.
1-1/2 (20 ounce} cans
sliced apples drained, or
five to seven tart apples,
peeled, cored, and thinly
sliced
3/4ci-cup sugar or 1/2
sugar and 1/2 Splenda
sugar substitute
1/4-cup dark brown
sugar (packed) -
1 tablespoon flour
I /2-teaspoon cinnamon
Dash nttmeg
Dash salt
1 tablespoon lemon juice
2 tablespoons butter or
butter substitute

Roll out dough to fit a 9_-
inch pie pan. Trim even
with rim of pan.
IMix all ingredients
except (utter together and
add to apples. Place in
prepared pan, dot with
butter. .,
Roll top crust and place
on top of apples. Trish~ with
scissors so crust extends
1/2 inch beyond rim,
Carefully lift the top crust
around edges and moisten
bottom crust with water,


There are still brick
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boomtown. After meeting
with the rest of your
companions, you will take a
scenic ride by motor coach
to Thompson, where you
will board for an overnight
trip on Canada's VIA Rail to
Churchill. This town was
established in 1929 and it
took more than 3000 men to
lay the 1,000 miles of rail
track between the two
towns. It is here that you will
travel, via tundra buses, to
see polar bear.
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over-inflated tires and is
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ovrer the fragile ecosystem.
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STAR SCOPES
James Tucker
Week of 11-07-2008


Aries-March 21-April 19
You've done it again, Aries.
SWhenever the storm clouds
rise,' yoir know just what to
do to help your friends make
it through the storm. There is
clear sailing ahead. You have
free reign. You' know the
direction. Keep a strong

'tue o e t< worldly "stf
Distract you from your main
purpose. Dare, act and you
will succeed.

--aurus-April 20-May20O
You can't change the past.
Yiou can however, learn from
it, bless it, forgive it as need-
ed and release it. Now your
life t an move forward.
Renew, heal and set newn
goals. It's time to have a little
fun and ~get in the holiday
spirit. If you allow' other
things to get in the way,
don't blame the universe for
any unhappiness. It's all up
to you.

Gemini-May 21-June 21
SIt's hard to keep a~ Gemini
down for long. You ~always
want to do two things at
once. Keeping focused phys-.
ically and mentally is a thal-
lenge right now. In another
week, the planetary influ-
ences will be more positive
for you and you will feel bet-
ter about life. The guardian
angels are there to .protect
you when your trust and
faith shine through.

Cancer-June 22-July 22
The key to success is direc-
tion., You must keep working
on your main projects. Keep-
ing current, with new tech-
niques at work is so impor-,
tant. You are an innovator,
you know. It's also important
to spend quality .time with
family. This recharges you
and helps keep you strong in
other areas of life as well. A
very healthy approach.

Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
.See, it works. Taking time for
fun things has psyched you
up and you are feeling bet-
ter. Take` action on your main
plans while you are on this
natural high. The odds of
success are in your favor.
Your power of communica-
tion is especially strong right
now. When you speak, oth~-
ers listen. Why? Because you
speak from your heart.

Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22
Recent changes are begin-
See SCOPES, B4


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,,We all know the axiom,
"The shoemaker's son goe
barefoot." So is "The Gro-
cer's Son" st nts but

there's much missing for
the central~ character in
this subtitled French
drama directed and co-
written by Eric Guirado.
Antoine (Nicolas Cazale)
left his rural home for the .
City of Lights a decade ago.
And now that Antoine has ;
been to the big city, he's
subscribing to another
axiom: "You never can go


home again."
But he does ,when his
father,'who, with ~ntoine's
mother, operates a rural
grocery. business, takes ill.
Someone's got to drive the
concession truck out
through the beautiful
countryside, coping with
crotchety clients who buy
a pittance and pay what
they feel, when they feel.
His neighbor/close
friend Claire (Clothilde
Hesme) tags along, but
she's vying for a university
fellowship that will take
her to Spain, regardless of
how much she' helps


Antoine on his daily route ,
charming customers .and
increasing sales.
'Antoine feels stifled~ in
his own life. The job takes :
up almost all of his time
and energy. Nothing seems
different, -nor are the
prospects for improve-
ment~tangible. I
So that leaves "Grocer's
Son" purely predictable.
Yet it doesn't disappoint.
The lush countryside and
ithe discrete charm of the
bourgeoisie are more than
enough staples to fill cine-
matic pantries.
Antoine, rather belated-


ly, comes of age here. At
age 30, he finally grows up
and embraces the world
around him. And all it took
was a summer stint as
"The Giocer's Son."

mi ut s,Guruo ee) on c
received 4 of 5 stars from
film critic: Jeff Parance, wiH
be shown at 7 pj.m., Friday,
at noon, Wednesday, Novr.
12, and at 7 p.m., Thurs-
day, Nov. 13 and Fridaiy,
Nov. 14, at The Bookstore,
410 S. Nova Road, Ormond
Beach.
For more information,
call (386) 252-3778 or visit
www.cinematique.org.


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*Cuvee Oceanside Wine
& Tapas: "Wine Down
Wednesday" is held each
week, featuring live music.
Bermuda High performs
from 7-10 p.m. each
Thursday. John Macker
takes requests from 10
p.m. to midnight, Friday, .
with a late-night happy
hour. Breaking Bread
performs from 7-10 p.m.,
Saturday. Cuvee Ocean-
side is located at 188 E.
Granada Blvd., Ormond
Beach. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 615-4727or
visit the Web site at
www. cuveeoceanside. com

*Five O'Clock Charley:
This band will perform
blues hits from 5:30-8:30
p.m. each Thursday at
Pirana Grille, 241 North
IJS 1, Ormond Beach, and
from 9 p.m.-1 a.m.,
Saturday, Nov. 8, at The
Iron Horse Saloon, 1068
North U.S. 1, Oimond
Beach. Charley also will hit
the stage from 7-10 p.m.
Wednesday, Nov. 12, at the
Moose Lodge on 601.W.
Granada Blvd., Ormond
,Beach. For more informa-
tion, visit the Web site at
FiveOClockCharley.com.


*Frappes North: Wine
tasting are held at 6 p.m.
the first Tuesday of each
month. Reservations are
required. Live Music
Friday Nights are held
from 7-11 p.m. Frappes is
located at 123 W. Granada
Blvd. in Ojrmond Beach.
The next wine tasting will
be held at 6 p.m., Tuesday,
Nov. 11, with two whites
and two reds and compli-
mentary appetizers for all
vintages.,To make reserva-
tions, call (386) 615-4888
or visit the Web site at
www frappesnolith.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 instru-
ments are welcome.
Singer/guitarists Wes
Malone and Bob Wind
host a music and open
mike event from 7-11 p.m.
eachll'hursday and Friday.
There is no cover charge
for any event. For more
information, call (386)
236-0518 or visit the Web


site at www.hotspotcof-
feeshoppe.com.
*Julian's Restaurant:
Johnny Lambrusco will
perform Saturday, Nov. 8. .
He will sing various songs,
from 1940s. Swing and
timeless standards to the
'70s. For more' informa-
tion, call (386) 677-6767or
visit www~johnnylambr-
usco.com.
*Ohana Luau Dinner
Show: This dinner show .
spectacular and family-
style feast, with a 6:30 p.m.
seating, dinner served at
7:15 p.m. and show time at
7:30 p.m., is held Thurs-
day, Friday and Saturday,
at the Hawaiin Inn, 2301 S.
Atlantic Ave., D'aytona
Beach Shores. Participants
will learn traditional
dances with Polynesian
women warriors and
keikis (children). A flaming
fire knife dance and hula
with audience participa-
tion will be featured. For
more information, call
(386) 255-5411, Ext. 186, or
visit www.ohanaluau.com.
*Peanut's Restaurant &
Sports Bar: Rhythni
Sharks will perform at 9
p.m., Friday and.Saturday.
Open Jam Night is held at


8 p.m. each Sunday. The
Pirates perform at 8 p.m.
each Thursday. Texas Hold
'em is played at 6 p.m.
each Monday and Thurs-
day and at 2 p.m., Satur-
day. Comedy Auction is
held at 7 p.m. each
Tuesday. Peanut's is
located at 421 Flagler Ave.,
New Smyrna Beach. For
more information, call
(386) 423-1469.
*Venetian Bay Town and
Country Club: Party in the
Park is held from 4-8 p.m. ~
the third Saturday of each
month at 424 Luna Bella
Lane, New Smyrna Beach.
Lawn chairs are suggested;
no coolers. Admission is
free. Also, a farmers'
market is held from 8
a.m.-1 p.m. each Saiturday
at the town center. For
more information, call
(38~6) 428-8448.
. WineStyles events: At
the Shoppes ofYorketown,
1665 Dunlawton Ave.>
Suite 105, Port Orange, a
weekly tasting is held from
5:30-8 p.m. each Thursday
open to the public. The
cost is $5 ~and complimen-
tary to wine club mem-
bers. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 788- 7188.


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*Benefit for Leukemia &
Lymphoma Society: A sale will
Sbe held from 8 a.m.-3 p.m., Fri-
day and Saturday, at 111 Mari-
on Ave., Edgewater. Furniture
appliances, household and hol-
iday items will be available.
*Vendors' Holiday Bazaar
and Raffle: This event will be

anst 5ro nT op~m at Pool
ucts from Avon, Creative Mem-
ories, Jewelry by Park Lane
Longabe ger Baskets, Pam
pered Crhef, Tastefully Simple
and candles and accessories
will be available. Fojr more
information, call (386) 788-
0920.
N KoAp Kt perfoumne o"A
that will feature dancing and
singing, will be presented at
7:30 p.m., Friday; at 2:30 p.m-
and 7:30 p.m., Saturday; and at
2:30 p.m., Sunday, at the
Ormond Beach Performing Arts
Center. Wit showdtuneshfrom

Line, 'o name a few, da ces
are choreographed by Jerome
DeVito of South Beach Dance
Studios. Tickets cost $15 each
and include assigned seating.
For more information and to
reserve tickets, call (386) 676-
3375.
*World Community Day:
The Southeast Volusia Church
Women United will hold this
annual event in the parish
social hall at Sacred -Heart
Parish, 998 Father Donlon
SDrive, New Smyrna Beach. Reg-.
istration will be from 9:30-10
a~m., followed by the program.
This year's theme is "God's Wis-
dom Sets Us Free" The public
may attend.
*Homecoming Parade *
Embly-Riddle On a Roll: Floats
anddeperformr zsaticr ated
make their way through the
campus from 3:30-5 p.m., enld-
ing at the ICI Center. The best
wviewng of parade performance
es will be in front of the Jack R.
Hunt Library. Cash prizes will be
awarded. For more mnforma-
dion, call (386) 226-6039-
Smyma oBeac Hi b choo
I lbrate their a40th cI s
reunions together. The classes
will meet at the high school
Homecoming game on Friday,
Followed by an informal gather-
ing at Clancy's Cantina. On Sat-
urday, the classes will host a
part at the Boat and Ski Club,
wit dInve music by Cheap Tr ll
and ocat ringm ey int ne Lo k
call (386) 428-64177 or send a
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cancer research will be held
from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. at Candle-
light Manor Club House, 1703
Magnolia Ave., South Daytona.
*'Splendor in the Glass': The
Arc of Volusia will host its sixth
annual Fall Ball from 7-10 p.m.
at the Museum of Arts of Sci-
ences, 352 S. Nova Road, Day-
tona Beach. The evening will
feature cuisine donated by local
caterers and restaurants. Guests
will sip on wines and beers
while traveling through the
museum. A silent and live auc-
tion, entertainment and raffles
will take place. Tickets cost $75
the night of the event. Groups of
10 cost $400. Proceeds will
benefit programs that improve
the lives of persons with devel-
o mental dsabilities. To pur-
chase tickets, call (386) 274-
4736. For more information, call
(386) 538-1083, send an e-
Dianie@TheCallan~rp.com ~or
visit ArcVolushaorg
*Matching Event: Embraced
by Grace and Community Part-
nership for Children will host
this event for local foster chil-
dren. The day will feature a car-


nival with a giant hippo slide,
clowns, face-painting and bas-
ketball, while interacting with
prospective adoptive couples.
For information regarding
requirements for this event call
(386) 615-9767
*Members' Show and Sale:
The Art Guild of Ponce tHlet will
present this annual event from
10 a.m.-4 p.m., Saturday and
Sunday, at Ponce Inlet Commu-
nity Center, 4670 S. Peninsula
Drive. Admission is free. A raffle
will be held for a chance to win
a piece of fine art; participants
do not have to be present to
win.
*Craft Fair: This ninth annual
event will be held from 8 a.m.-2
p.m. at Crane Lakes Clubhouse,
1850 Crane Lakes Blvd., Port
Orange. Forty-two vendors will
sell handmade items including
jewelry, stained glass, ceramic
pieces and knitted and crochet
items. Also, holiday decorations,
quilts and table runners will be
sold. Participants who bring a
non-perishable food item to
support the Port Orange Police
Department food dnive will
receive a free cup of coffee.


*Noel Festival: This event will
be held from 9a.m.-2 p.m. at St.
Mary's Episcopal Church, 216
Orange Ave. A Chinese auction
will be held with a chance to
bid on gift certificates. Annie's
Attic featuring an assortment of
gently used merchandise will be
open. Seasonal items, St. Mary's
ECW Cookbook, plants, used
books, videos, cassettes, pigsaw
puzzles and cards also will be
available. Crafts made by some
church members will be fea-
tured, along with outside ven-
dors, painted .glass items and
Born Again Dolls. Lunch will be
served and prepared by parish-
ioner/chef-in-residence "Barna-
cle Bill" A bake shop will offer
an assortment of homemade
baked goods and candies. For
more information, visit the Web
site at www.StMarysDB.org.
*Adult and Semior Dance:
This dance will be held from 7-
9:30 p nx at Pi~ggotte Cmmuni
ty Cetr 0 ig Te od
Sout hD tna Doors wl pen
person at the door. Refresh-
ments, dancing and music will
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sailor, Ralph Rackstraw. Find out
if love conquers all in this pro-
duction of a classic tale told
with laughter, love and lunacy.
This production features
Ormond Beach soprano Cyn-
thia Fisher in the leading role
along with a cast of other pro-
fessional singing actors from
around the country. Individual
tickets cost $28. For more infor-
motion or to reserve tickets, call
(800) 624-8038, Ext 1, or visit
the Web site www.musiclivein-
fo.com.
*'Ride for Clyde': This poker
run will benefit Clyde Lindsey,
the former laboratory manager
for Halifax Health who was
injured in a motorcycle accident
last year and is now wheelchair
bound. The poker run will raise
funds to purchase a van for Mr.
Lindsey, a Daytona Beach area
resident since 1984. Registra-
tion will begin at 9 a.m. at Desti-


nation Daytona The run will
begin and end at Houligan's at
Destination Daytona, where an
after-party will be held at 3 p.m.
Best- and worst-hand prizes will
be awarded, and raffles will be
held for themed baskets and
gift certificates. Florida's Blood
Centers will hold a blood drive
in conjunction with the poker
run. For more information, call
(386) 257-8706 or send an e-
mail to joy.maiden@halifax~org.
*Emory L. Bennet Veteran's
Nursing Home Benefit Run:
This event will be held at VFW
Post 3282 at 5810 Williamson
Blvd., Port Orange. Participants
will leave at noon with a police
escort to the nursing home,
where music, food and drink
will be available. Proceeds will
benefit veterans at the nursing
home.
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*Movie Night: "The Voice"
will be shown at 7 p.m. at Posi-
tive Living Center, 1301 Beville
Road, Daytona Beach. A love
offering will be accepted. For
more information, call (386)
672-6382-

SATURDAY, NOV. 8
*'HMS Pinafore' perform-
ance: Music LIvr! win present
Gilbert & Sullivan's operetta at
7:30 p.m. at Seabreeze High
School The comical operetta
follows the story of Sir Joseph
Porter, the ruler of the queen's
Navee, who is to be betrothed
to the captain's daughter,
Josephine. She, however, is in
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tors say that how you deal
with downturns are the most
important. You are the mas-
ter motivator at doing this.

Scorpio-Oct.23-Nov. 21
You have a magical soul.
Keep on following your
dreams and you will see a
positive explosion of your
greatest dreams coming true.
Remain true to your own
desires and you will earn the
proper respect. You can do all
this and more. Why? Because
you work so hard. You are on
the right track. You deserve
the best because you give the
best.

Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21
You function best when you
are able to do what you love.
You are a high hearted per-
son. It will soon be your time
as the zodiac leader. Venus in


Sagittarius gives you an emo-
tional edge and is preparing
you to bring us safely into the
holidays. Get a lot of the little
things done so your spirit and
mind can stay sharp on all
the fun things to enjoy.

Capricorn-Dec.22Z-Jan. 19
Setting priorities is a major
key to your future success.
Put your faith and trust in the
universe, not so much in oth-
ers. Take life one day at a
time and you will feel the for-
ward movement. Life contin-
ues to bless you. Your nurtur-
ing of others is paying off.
Your natural vision and
rhythm will continue to bless
and move you forward.

Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18
Your greatest gift is your
strong spirit. Your natural pas-
sion for life is contagious for
those around you. It rubs off.
You always have a kind word.
Your feelings run deep.
Sometimes you try to do too
much. No reason to burn out
now. When you tire, take a
break, get a second wind and
then move forward and on to
victory.
Pisces-Feb. 19-Mnarch 20
Your energy is stronger this
week. The moon in Pisces
gives you an edge in heart
energy. A healing is taking
place. Your natural open
heartedness will let the heal-
ing continue. This positive
flow of energy will give you
plenty of pep and will keep
you going through the holi-
days. Your capacity to do
what you love is legendary
you know.
James Tucker offers perSon-
alized astrology or compati-
bility charts. He also does pri-
vote readings, home and
office parties, inspirational
group talks and business
motivation seminars. Visit his
Web site at personalspirit-
guide.com, call (772) 334-
9487 or- e-mail
jtuckxyz@aol.com for details.
Have a starry week, every-
one.


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for you. You don't wonry as
much as you used to. You are
more at peace with yourself
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You are sensing things
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You are the eternal optimist.
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TUESDAY, NOV. 11
,VeteransetDr s Ceremon :
Port Orange will hold this cere-
many at 7 p.m. at the post
home, 5624 5. Ridgewood Ave.
This commemoration is in
memory of and respect for all
American veterans who have
served in the armed forces for
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information, call (386) 304-
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and Luncheon: Presented by
the Ponce Inlet Women's Club,
this annual event will be held at
10 a.m. at the Ponce Inlet Com-
munity Center. Tickets cost $20;
the deadline to purchase tickets
is Frday, Nov. 7. Proceeds will
benefit Women's Club scholar-
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*AlPex Filip pnko on 'Dark
Energy and ReJunawray Uni-
vrerse': This free event will be
held at 7 p.m. at Miller Instruc-
tfonal Center auditorium at
Embryr-Riddle Aeronautical Uni-
versity. Named best professor at
University of California-Berkeley
six times, Mr. Fili penko has
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(386) 226-6668
*Ueterans' Day Remem-
brancle Ceremony: This event
will be held from 11 a.m. to
noon at Legacy Walk at Embry-
Riddle Aeronautical University
This special ceremony to
remember and honor the
nation's veterans will feature
tecolors. In additiote
Embry-Riddle Memorial Plaque
will be unveiled at i~ts perma.
nent: location. To make reserva-
tions to attend, send an e-mail
to odartey williams@erau.edu
or call (386) 226-6155. Also, a
Homecoming Comedy Show
will be held from 8-10 p.m. at
the ICI Center at Embry-Riddle.
The show will feature Greg


G~iraldo, a Comedy Central regu-
lar who also has performed on
"The Late Show with David Let-
terman." Doors open at 7:30
p.m. Tickets cost $10 or $5 with
a military or local college I.D.
Tickets may be purchased at the
Embry-Riddle information c~en-
ter located in the John Paul Rid-
dle Student Center. For more
information, call (386) 226-
6047
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Bar & Grill will hold al benefit for
Daytona Beach Glreybourid Pets
of America, $10 poker hands,

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beque and live music wil follow
at 219 S. Atlantic Ave., Daytona
Beach. For more information,
call (386) 323-7777
*CaiyMotorcycle Skills -
Co tition: The Daytona
BecPolice Department Traffic
Unit will host: this event from 8
a.mn.-1 p.m. at Destination Day-
tona (H~arley Davidson-Ormond
Beach). There will be several
agencies throughout the state
of Forida and other states com-
peting in this one-day skills '
competition. All proceeds will
be donated to the Speediatrics
at Halifax Hospital.
*Annual Pancake Benefit
Breakfast: The Spruce Creek
High School girl's basketball
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breakfast: from 8-10 a.m. at Auni
Catfish's Restaurant, 4009 Hali-
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*Cristmas Bazaar and Bake
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obr directions). Handmade crafts
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*Crafft Show- This event will
be held from 10 a~m.-1 p.m. at
Hacienda Del Rio on U.S. 1 in
Edgewrater. For more informa
tion, call (386)i 426-OS40 or
(386) 409-0844-
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This fundraiiser wyill be held from
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Or e Pop Waner Po
ing the 2008 season on top.
The PeeWee division
football team is currently
undefeated (9-0) and
clinched the Eastern Con
ference Championship
with a win over the Winter
Springs Grizzlies 12-6.
They will face the Ocoee
Bulldogs in the Mid-Flori-
da Championship game.
Meanwhile, their coun-
terparts placed second at


the Mid-Florida Cheer
Competition, securing
their spot at the Southeast
Regional Competition on
All six of the Port Orange
football teams had win-
ning seasons: The Mitey-
Mites finished their season
with a perfect 8-0 record;
Junior PeeWee team fin-
ished with a record of 6-2
and were invited to play an
exhibition match at the
Bethune-Cookman Uni-
versity game Nov. 1 in Day-
tona Beach; the Junior


Midgets finished with a
record of 7-1; while the
Midgets finished with a
record of 6-2.
The 6- to 7- year-old
"Tiny Mites" had an out-
standing season and have
been invited to .play an
exhibition game at the
Pop Warner Super Bowl at
Disney's Wide World of '
Sports in December.
The Hawk Cheer squads
made a great showing at
the Cheer Competition: Jr.
PeeWees placed eighth
out of 25; Jr. Midgets
placed fifth out of 12; and
the Midgets came in third
place in their division,
The Port Orange Youth
Football Association is a
nonprofit football and
cheer program, organized
by volunteers committed


Photos courtesy ofl Cr~icke Lewilnger
The Pop Warner Port Orange Halwks teams have had a successful 2008I season, which is
malde up of the Hawk Cheer squdads and football teams,


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the~ youth of Port Orangl~e


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For mor-e information, call
(386) 788-0920.

Church adds'Sunrise

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Church at 848 TPaylor Road
in Port Orange will have a
"Grand New Beginning" at
9):45 a.m., Sunday, Nov. 9.
The Rev. B~ob Det~ering
andl his wife, Mary Ann,
have remnodeled thie bu1ild1-
ing~ to create; "Suns ri; c Park,"
th~e new kids' rgm
locatesd Inside th~e chul~rchl.
The new rladditon has Bible-
batsed p~uppet~s, dramna and

sonal ~praye ti~mes and
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a~.each Sunday~\ after
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had hooked up
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net, but about
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Fn day, Novrwlr %


opponent. The watr-s was
clear, and atL the boat, I
could ~se that a 20-inch
t~rout had ;wiallwed the
back, half of my smaller
ib.lr. Evidentlyi the bigger
trout hadl impaled the
smaller with that large
canine tooth that most
trout have. It was f'ihtling l
to ge~t free! '
"Leo get the net!" I
shouted. He gave me a
puzzled look and made
no motion to help. Final-
ly, he saw what was hap-
pening just as the big fish
freed itself and swam
away. In our combined
experience of more than
100 years, neither of our
weathered old heads had
ever seen anything like it!
I am just happy that Leo
saw it because without a
witness, I could never


relate such a fish story. It
was a photo I will store in
my memory forever.
If you wish to learn
Captain Leo's circle hook
method of red fishing,
give him a call at (386)
345-2213 and order a
copy of "Fish Sense." I am
now a convert and have
memorized those pages.
Hihanks, pCa tnain Leo
your experience into
print so thre rest of us may,
learn from you.

Dan Smith has fished
the waters of Volusia
Countyfor 40 years. When
he's not fishing, the retired
contractor is heavily
involved with the
Ormond Beach Historical
Tr-ust. For questions or
comments send an e-mail
to apesl23@myblue-
light.com.


Insists t1

over ane
bright. Wh1
was over
six reds u
odis! My l
a few u:
and one
Captain I
memory
forget '
My jig
with a 13
told Leo 3
the dip
halfway i
on a diffi
fighting i


fishing rtli ~lr(~~ i~~e s arn
my Ir ~tl rargeot ws,

Government Cut in the
nortea~rn boundaries u( f
Mosquito La~goons
A satl~twar novice in
thu~s~ days, I didn't need
mnuchr t~alnt because fish
were~i abunrdatnt. All one'
had to do wasg dropg a
shrimp into the brine and
start jerking them up. Of
course times have
changed, and I was forced
to refine my methods to
the point where every
now and again I get to
thinking that l am a pretty
fair angler. From time to
time, a dose of humility is
good for us .all and mine
recently came aboard the
tiny boat named h
Blue Ghost" by its owner
Captain Leo Hiles. ~

bmte redn hon naew

hadonewer alseteedkthe
which he seemed to rely
so heavily. That prompt-
ed an invite former t

"Ghost" to see firsthand
the points he made in
the book.
Now, I must tell you, I
was a bit skeptical and
more than a little arro-
gant. At this point in my
life, I am confident
enough to believe that if
I am put on fish, I will
catch my share with my
tru~sa lurs Wrni enl
out fished me with his
cut bait and circle hooks.
Soon I had his rod in my
hand, but my old habits
weeinnotn easilyn sro en
eral good fish.
The good captain


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Thet FPor Orang HawMks Jr
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This win set up a three ~

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former Seabreeze High
School principal who died
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This year's fourth annual

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a.m. and a shotgun start at
8:30 a.m. The $75 fee
anc ued sgree nle cart,
Funds from the tourna-
ment also will offset
expenses associated with
the Seabreeze Marching
100, including instrument
repair and replacement,
music and travel. .
Mullinax Ford has provid-
ed a 2008 Ford for a hole-in-
one grand prize. In addition
to first-, second- and third-
plalce te ms, other pri es
drive, longest putt (men
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Tennis evrent b
benefit Rally for tte


The Oceans R~cque~t Club
will participate in Rally for
the Cure, a breast ca~ncer
awareness camp~aign
Organizers Don I.,:g.
aonie Penb tl e ~n

event Notr. ei-9 at 3000 S
Atlantic Av B aytona
Beach Shores.
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and men's comlbo doubles
and mixed comboa doub~les.
The entry fee is $25 pe
person. All pliiartiiats wvill
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year subscription to a
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Port Orange Midget
f00t~ball beatS
undefeated team

The Port Orange Hawks Jr
Midget Football team,
coached by Chris Jones and
h-is staff, played a divisional
game on Oct. 18 against the
undefeated Merritt Island
Mustangs.
Merritt Island took a 14-0'
first-quarter lead. With less
then fist minutes remaining
in the first half, the Port

Or sse ak dmou 9 d

After a Port Orange
touchdown, kicker Wyatt
Bernardo placed an onside
kick to ~the left and Port
Orag recovered.tw i-
utes left, the offense, led by
Joseph Boden, Jerome San-
tana and Adam Owens,
went on the attack, with
Jerome scoring on a pitch to
the right side from Joseph.
The offense then tied the
game 14-14 going into half-
time.
pIn Othensecn nhal th$
defensive lines did not giv-
ing up any yardage to the
Mustangs. The Hawks final-
ly broke through and scored
the go ahead touchdown on
an interception return of
more than 50 yards by
Tyrone Walker. A missed
extra point left the score 20-
14.
Eventually, the game



tangs have the ball first. The
Hawk defense held them on
four consecutive plays.
Next, the Hawk offense
lined up and on the first
pliay from the scrimmage
line, and Joseph Boden
called his own number on a
quarterback sneak, which
eads o th tMuntdag's h e
and a half yard line.


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5a, 38 480-938 Vcond
RECORDS, Vinyl- metal
& rock, 135 in all, $200,
386-589-6125 Vol
REFRIGERATOR, Kitch-
enaide- 21.5 cubic feet,
wt~h-2o SOreV r, $125,
RIMS, Aluminum- 16",
(4o, Dodge, $100, Electric
erotisei 6ue 92oast-

S8AW46CcH kn- ,melite3
hrs $85, 386-788-1141
SAW, SCROLL- 16",
Ryobi $75, 386-428-0186
SCOOTER- TRIKKE
Rock 'n' Roll, manual
tpe. Sells $200 steal at
$50 386-852-8289
SEAT COVERS- custom
3ea her edt, ke BnM
$80, 386-304-6759 Vol
SEWING MACHINE-
portable, Alco, electric,
model 2200, w/instruction
book $25, 386-615-9924
SEWING MACHINE-
Vintage, 40's, in wood
veneer cabinet, $50,
386-304-5722 Vol
SEWING Stand/Cabinet-
Vintage, wooden, with
hinged top lids, $25,
386-345-2535 Vol


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SOFA, LEATHER- Sec-
tional, 4 piece, $1500bo,
S 4-1eW te ed $50,
sTEREO SHARP exc.
cond. $10. Twin ba~bgy
st 13er g6o cond.$2.
STOVE Io,\e inc os ,
$50, De woks $25,
386-2950e3r65 wr ,
STOVE, WHIRLPOOL-
44-570- 24 w, 75,
SUIT, WOOL- Pendelton,
Violet, size 10-12, like
new, $60, 386-441-5625
SWING, GLIDER- new,
neverVuse ,h while wi ke
386 67G25E310 VMETL A

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TABLE, DINING- with 6
chairs, hutchlbuffet,
$175, 386-756-8402 Vol
TABLES- 1 Coffee & 2
End, Traditional, Good
Condition, $60,
386-427-0417 Vol
TIRES, Golf Cart- off
road & rims, Knobby Trail
Wolf 20x11x10, like new,
$200, 386-426-2853 Vol
TIRES, TRUCK- (4),
General, P215/60/16,
35oedye386-672P-425 ol
TRAILER, Motorcycle-
holds 3 cycles, 1 ramp, 2
load, fair cond. $200, 386
-314-3199/386-314-6640
TREADMILL- Welco Ca-
dence Ex14, spacesaver
$150, 3895-8 66 Cind,
TV, TOSHIBA- 32", like
nw,A $5, xere em bi e
$20, 38 -756-8338 Vol
N,p OSHIBnA-p urecol -
glass door stand, $200,
386-671-6376 Vol
TV~, Zenith- exc. cond,
$5,9xi2 beige carpet,
$65, Full/Queen head-
board $40, 386-677-8676
VCR, Panasonic- 4 head
se ro, me ein b tx, m 5
sage $55, 386-767-5840
WASHER & Dryer- Gen-
eral Electric, both 6 cycle,
both in very good condi-
tion, $150, 386-760-0516
WASHER, MAYTAG-
deluxe model, white, like
new, can deliver, $150,
386-677-5231 Vol
WASHER- Super Ca-
pacity, excellent condi-
tion, can deliver, $130,
386-689-3019 Vol


WATER HEATER- 40
gallon, gas, $30, Pedes-
tal sink with faucet $20.
386-478-6315Vol
WATER SKI Tow Bar set
1up- mounts on the top of
the6-r 9f otheoboat, $75'
WHEELBARROW- $35,
Golf pull cart, in fine con-
dition $15, 386-428-3439



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around with 2 recliners &

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DINING ROOM SET
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to 9ft. Cushioned chairs
to match. Cost $1200
selling for $800.
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DOLL, Treasure Child-
collector, by Lee Middle-
ton Co. new in box, 20"
long $70, 386-304-9822
DOORS, French- stained
wood set, 30"x83", w/5
rctn 16ar676-ass54paniels,
ENTERTAINMENT CEN-
TER- $80, 386-761-9113
EXERCISE EQUIP-
MENT -To 16 G m5 latl-

EXERCISE Equipment-
Weslo Cardioglider $20,
Smart Arms $10,
386-767-6167 Vol
EXERCISER- "The
Bean", used once, $20,
386-441-3363 Vol
FIREWOOD- Hardwood,
you pick up, FREE,
386-345-1903 Vol
FLOOR CLEANER-



FOD DlDEH DRATORn
10ea 6d~i haer
FUTONmatBwLKoverina
Dining table stone/metal
$100. 386-423-0640
GOLF CLUBS- LH Mac-
gregor Battlesticks $130,
3 thru sand wedge $18,
bag $10, 386-761-8127
GUITAR, Acoustic &
Mandolln- w/soft cases,
$175both, 386-441-3117
GYM, Weilder Pro 4100-
complete training center,
like new, all you need,
$125, 386-441- 492 Vol
HEADBOARD- Twin wl
built in shelves, light
wood $30, Zenith TV 19",
$50, 386-304-9080 Vol
JACKET, LEATHER-
Mens, black, size S2,
good condltlon, $50,
386-673-7995 Vol
ocAK 5Competre,r uesd
$10both, 386-760-6083
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LAPTOP, Sony Vaio- '02,
Windows XP, C&D drive
Irg memory, 14" screen,
$200, 386-345-4519Vol
LOVE SEAT- cream, exc
cond. $140, TV stand



MeARREtyrst maesavin
boxspring, like new, w/
pad, 70,386-7~56-8101
MATTRESS Topper-
king, Therapeutic, 8,
Futon wood arms, metal
frame $60, 386-441-1341
MICROWAVE OVEN +
Free cart $65 almost
new. Town Park
386-767-5345 So. Vol
MICROWAVE- small &
works great, $1 0,
386-767-4239 Vol


DAYTONA MEMORIAL
PARK Plot, Double Ni-
$h 60ava Iabe. sRrtaies
Details: 386-615-1968

DELAND Memorial
Gardens single s jace, 1
casket, 1 vault, 1
int rment. Retail $,8
386-747-5489

EDGEWATER SEA
PINES Veterans Mauso-
leum 2 side by side
crypts. Full package
$7000. 386-423-5237





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aoke Lovng Fnan.cially
Secure famiy or yur
chld. Caring & Co)2nf

dxential 24d Choursl7

days), Attorney~ Amy
Hickman, (Lic# 832340)

ADOPTION- A beach
house full of love, joy, fun
birthday parties, Profes
sional Dad, Stay at home
mwiaitCin y. Epebn e
paid. FL Bar #0247014
Attorney Nichols
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HADFED- MF g~r enS
Edgewater area. asst.
6-68 -8 6s also avail.
DACHSHUND MINI AKC
Beautiful, ready now
11wks,~ male or female,
Health cert/micro chip
$600/ea. 321-632-4753
ENGLISH BULLDOG
pups 1 male & 3 female
AKCb camipdio blotods li
health~ cert. 772-468-2500
IGUANA FEMALE, ap-
prox. 1.5 yrs old, healthy,
with cage & all accesso-
ries. $75 91~0-922-3511
KITTENS (2) $10 each
and donation to Halifax
Humane Society. Born
08/08/08 386-767-8419
SHELTIE PUPPIES
Pedigree. Tri-colored
Males, Females Vet cer-
tificate& shots. $550
386-682-4043





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Medical & Living Ex-
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"OLD GUITARS Want-
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9nbacker & Mosrrte. Gib-
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and Silver for cash at the
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GUNS wanted collector
buying Colt, S & W,
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Walk-in Clinic
Monday Frday
10:00 am 6:oopm
Saturday
10:00 am 4:00pm
Rables8 5

DOgs b

6Way $15
3 Year Distemper $26
Bordetella $14
3DX Heartworm Testing$622
Routine Worming $7-$15

(0 Ct
4-Way$)12
5-Way $24
Lekma/I 35
Worming $7-$15
Fecal Flotation $11.60
AVID Microchips $30
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Frontier Plus Interceptor
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Animal Health Inc.
Full service veterinary c inic
549 Beville Rid


1104 S. Nova Rid
Om n~d2 Se

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WANTED JUNK CARS
Running or not $200 &
II. 16 1- csh 24-hrs.







GRAew ATERer Clock
D14" 8 Burnished
oak in perfect condition.
Must sell, BO over $700
386-690-44361428-1861


Classic Car Auction
Sat., November 29
Daytona Int'I Spjeedway
Self your classic car for
cas ato Over 100,00


Dan Kruse FL#AU1075



AIR COMPRESSOR-
Speedway 25 gal, stand
up, $150, 386-843-9477
ARMOIRE, Jeweiry- blk
hand-painted, 6 drawers,
ring storage. 2 side doors
$125, 386-334-5812 Vol
BARB1IE- Special Mil-
le~nnigme Edition, Orig~inal
386-441-0791 Vol
BARSTOOLS- Wicker, 4
w/swivel seats & backs,
good condition, $50each,
386-767-3508 Vol
BATHTUB, ANTIQUE.
claw foot, excellent finish,
$200, 516-819-3570 Vol








Pet Nanny Plus

Domsi nnd u oti pet.
Many years ofexperience.
Daily visits or 24 hr. service
1.ie~nsed*Bonded
and Dependable.

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Errands i
Driver

386-252-4022


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Dogs ~I

M(a 0 to 29 lbs.)
$00(Up to 59 is.)
$8.0(Up to 80 Ibs.)
Female
$7.0(Up to 29 Ibs.)
$8.0(Up to 59 Ibs.)
$9.0(Up to 80 Ibs.)

CGISent onyb poh

Male $45.00 Female $60.0
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Animal Health InC'
Full Service Veterinary Clinic
549 Beville Rd

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BED FRAME- $10, Nick
Nack Shelf, pinewood,
$15, 386-615-9092 Vol

BED el-ospital- elec. n w
Bookcase 41"Lx9.5"W,
$25, 386-424-1933 Vol
BEDROOM SET teen/
girl, Cape Cod, headbrd,
15, 3ri6m3 4-408 Vable
BlKE bRACo- Th leu fi s
3 bikes, like new, $45,
386-763-4687 Vol
BlKE, SCHWINN- Sting-
r o Chopr umedup $5
$5, 386-253-4067 Vol
BIKES- Hers Diamond-
back Crestview $70, His
Autobike Classic $60,
386-258-356;2 Vol
BIRD CAGES- (2) 28"
32h 08 wid 6 alm s

BLOWER, Troybilt- 31cc,

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CAGE, BIRD-- 22x25, on
bw s, lik tnew,sl On 0
386-254-4814 Vol
CAMERAS, DIGITAL-
Canon $45, Nikondi $45,
386-871-5748 Vol
CHAIR, PAPASAN- with
csin xellen cdi
tin 2n, 36-7 6-0 -
CHAIR, Power Lift- like
new, blue, size small-
medium, works great,
$200, 386-428-5708 Vol
CHAIRS, LOUNGE-
Wingback good condi-
tion, $45 or $90 for both,
386-423-7582 Vol
CHINA DISHES- 45 pcs,
white w/silver~trim edges,
$15, 386-672-5688 Vol
COMPUTER parts &. ac-
moito M coeyboad
mice, $65, 386-426-2580
trLEce IRGLOO-n b50
$50, 386-615-4812 Vol
COUCH s eLov seat-at e

ing pillows, $150obo
386-847-4986 Vol
DAYBED with Trundle-
light oak wood, twin size,
$2 nw38ir6 o d3 ma~t ess

Et rainRO TO Ce t~e0
wh e88-03sh $50,
DINING ROOM Set- anti-
que, Pine Trestle table, 2
leafs, 2arm/3side chairs,
$199, 386-428-6033 Vol
DINING ROOM Set-
large brown, oval, solid
wood, made in Yuogosla-
via, $100, 386-428-2412
DINING ROOM Set- w/
leaf, bench & 6 chairs,
$175, 407-493-2601 Vol


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NORTH CAROLINA
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mou'mtain homesites
$29,9,00-$89,900.
828-247-9966 (Codel9)


selR SlsedO A A ,90
Easy to finish log cabin
on almost 4 acres,
Wooded with bold
stream. 1-866-738-5522




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Southern Pine Planta-
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OWNER FINANCE N.
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TENNESSEE
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owner financing!
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TENNESSEE MOUN-
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8 Lk00 Viw Sartn e

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nancing 1-330-699-1585
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Only $15,900.
$200/down, $159/mo
Mn~er dc Gu~arantee

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$1E3 0 200 aes on3 ~

Rod s rveyd hea
onlyB 1.5 cents pe sq.ft.
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WESTERN NC Mountain
properties cabins homes,
acreage & investment

Wser Crolin u3 l
Estate Company, Inc.
Murphy, NC. www.
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WHITE PLAINS, GA:
aoL kUBCVID 5 cm

Check.ngDeer, iTurkey &
~Fish. 11br with 1ba
lOd45~a 72 8ac lake
www. ReedPlantation.co
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NEW SMYRNA
BEACHSIDE

MARKER 33
vr1 wit u radas
$1ev,150/rni po .

820 S. 600PER '
STREET
2/2, large screened
porch, garage, lawn '
service included.
$1,000/mo.

3834 SANDSTONE :
s ,COURTdl,
garage, cul-de-sac
$1,200/mo

BOUCH'ELLE' ISLAND
2.2 on sIrst floor.
grea~ ll~ ef pool

NEW SMYRNA ,
IVAINLAND

629 GLENDEVON
S: DRIVE
2/2 with loft, replace,

$850/mo

707.EDWARD STREET
3/2, fenced yard,
screened porch


679 MT. 50MPUS
BLVD
.2/2.5 townhouse,
garage, community
pool


2658 SUN ET DRIVE

Turnbull Bay, boat
dock, screened porch.
$1,950/m0

EDGEWATER

106 CEDAR STREET
2/2 mobile home,



1515 MANGO TREE
2/1, garage, Itarge
p.co8ne mo

2804 UNITY TREE .
3/2, fenced yard,
corner lot, oversized
garage
$1,200/mo a


DAYTONA BCH Shores.
A1A Sd of Dunlawto
2nd flr outside 2entt
Ocea viw ea 20xd2'

private full bath. Signage
avail. 1-3 offices avail.
$750mo. No lease or 1st
o6- -e wth 1 year lease.

EDGEWATER Modern
medical office, fully built
out interior, 1200 square
feet, 2568 South US1.
407-323-5577
PORT ORANGE small
office 8xi2 in the rear of
of Golds Gym/Beall's pia-
za. A/C &heat, `includes
all utilities. $150 mo.
386-756-7885





TITUSVILLE MENTION
&Ti ad 8 gt 1 mo Fre

Beautiful view of Cppe
Canaveral. Go Brokers
welcome. Call Miriam at
954-961-0500

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PORT ORANGE Taylor
Woods, 3/2/2, excellent
cond, screened porch &.
backyard. Central to
shopping & schools,


es7-4 2-6K 0 5 -8 r
PORT ORANGE 2/1.5,
doublewide in Pickwick
Village, 55+, clubhouse



pint Mus sel $1 I0



DAYTONA BCH Shores
A1A S. of Dunlawton sin-
gle or double secured ga-
rage for storage. Each
w/elec & water. No lease
$40 dbdle. 36-53022-3 ~l
ORMOND BEACH-
New 1250sf warehouse.
r75 tio.Ans about eu
n 3 2--,~i~,:si mg bo-

ORMOND BEACH- lo-
cated north US1, office,
bathroom, 1000 sf, con-
crete block, oer~head
386-451-4018 /
672-1276

COnTeOBsnGEs POrakk
1000 sq ft & up of ware-
house space with or with-
out offices. Ground Level
or dock high. Aso as/c of

RMon DBBiEss aen-

hocse space 1O0 s te

36e2 9-705 Fre aRentt
Incentives


EDGEWATER: 2b~r/1.5ba
wlwaterview on dead end
& nice yard. Tile, WID
hookups, ceiling fans,
scrn porch, tool shed.
$705/mo 386-689-5766
New Smyrna Beach 3-br
1 tile ba, shower, central,
convenient, close to

bcyrd, C HI, ceil n
fans. Large laundry room
W/D. Clean easy to
maintain. Avail Nov 1. No
smokers. 716 Jane (Main
house, east unit). $995
on time rent. Call local.
310-570-3384.
NEW SMYRNA
BEACHSIDE- 822 Hope
Ave, 1/1 bonus & sun
$ 5 /orm w / d 1 0 0 3y d s t o
be/co, 38- 6- got,
ORMOND 2BY THE WEA
fe arming rd2 Inla WD'
ma nt. 7 cro. FIL Sn
No pets. Furn/unfurn
352-735-5650

ORtMOND/1BYCTHEAS
room, shed, vGld hook-
up, no pets, $850/mo.
407-423-9707
ORMOND BY THE SEA
Spacious 2/1, tile through
out, w/d hook up, C/H/A,
dtret kdg, walato bea oh
$850/ma. 386-681-9339
PORT ORANGE 774
Falcon Dr. large 2br/2ba.
2 Living rooms, 2 car
grag great floor 8piant

PORT nRN5e de
sr aclus 3obr/2aw/d
h -up ~insidecapr.b/a, Ig screened /~
pmorkhng/ rpor$ 50/ Noo
1moear lease. Lawn 8




55+ comm. 2br/2ba
w/comm pool, furn or not
$750. mo Jeanne Bush,
Alexander RE
386-690-9018
PORT ORANGE*
4br/3ba Beautiful preak
ness model, near high
sh o $51 0a/mos Leas
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NSB 1~BEDI1BA Wayne
Ave. Like New- Open
living/dining/kitchen, scr.
porch, lear gar. No
pets/smokg. $800mo ref.
yr, lease. 386-426-1933
ORMOND BEACH Trails
272 Timberline Tr. 2 story
2b1br, di fr blo

Waterfront, community
pool.'$800mo. + security
386-677-8888


PORT ORANGE Large
secluded house w/huge
great room. Furnished
bedroom & open loft.
$ 0 / o. nrcl. ut~i f es
cable, wireless internet
Call Cindy 386-235-1078

NEW3SOMsRNACBhEAtaH
home. Pool. $125.wk + util-
ities. No pets.
Call 561-578-2028

~: i a ~
VERO BEACH. vacation
home. Furnished 5-br
3-ba gated comm, pool.
Close to ocean & 95.
$1800/mo 305-992-3170




$ Absolute Best Valuel
Huge apartments; scr
porches; walk-in closets

JutAs 3 66 2R 43
BETHUNE BEACH lbr
1ba first flr. $175 per wk.
6mo min.' incld utilities.
Less than 200' to beach.
Mss~-ove in today

D.B.p H RES Cn do2/.
No smoking/pets. Big
pool area, walk to beach,
golf, stores. $11000/mo.
$300 sec. 386-761-7029
(DAYTO6NhA flBCH2 uOn ann
ern 25t 1CcI h/ unun

sec. yrly. Ocean Ritz
386-316-8050






DAYTONA BEACH 22
genroun floor en nilts sev
ofg closts, tie por obl. On
sitied laudrya plenty f
kins bsd lud$8 ino


DAYTONA BEACH 21
gOcen floroent, il, all tle
tk9e jbH",,bleP O ;
mo.+ sae. $80m

DAYTONA SEAHORS



Oceanfront, 2/2, $100 tie
I-term. Incle waerable & l
3601tie Sn. Atlnti Ave .
Detais: 386-767-202 9

2DAYTONA ifoSHONRe

stva ,pkfur 25Pm. kigsz d
+ sc. N o Pset. 386-
$80322-745295-097639


bednroom, nice & clean
s-ecm. water &aer 1/2 lec.

NEW1 SMYRA -ati All uil


Metike 386-402-4757


on2 oceanfront, loCntral
henoatlar ewl frenovte
$100mo, 38r -6771265 mo
PONCE INLE 2br/2ba 36
furnished 2 story, 63

berouktmf oenvicews ceNo
$1200/mo. 407-873-1564





MtETR 2001! CLSIn Sueda
Auto oldUS alc ew tires,
erting. $2650 Ca ownr
Mie386-673-9085
CHRYSLER SEBRING

own/a~ erl graed ooks &
tS e m038n6 66- 80.


PORT ORANGE Rustic
55+ coom SummerTrees
2/2 quad unit. New kit
cabt, tile, carpet scr
pc~h.moaraT21Free9 cable.
PORT ORANGE Gated
Villagio 3/2. Resort stbyle,

9aterincl W1/9D0cagts
yuin. $975 mo.+ socil
Pedep.954-913-0112


SO. DAYTONA- Bg
2/2, $625/mo. Lrg bright
freshly painted, spotless,
Off Ridgewood near
Publix. Incl. water/ sew~
er. Susan 386-212-7978


WQO W
VERO BEACH: Move in
special Newly remod-
eled. Ibr & 2br from
$575. Tile, New adppl,
Close to Beaches, Prs



DAYTONA BEACH Ab-
solute best value. Almost
2000sf, 3/2/2, completely
updated, lots of tile, new
ca pet, ceiling fans, lo-
925ed o N3v 2 731rd St.
DAYTONA BEACH
Grand Preserve, 3/2/2,
1600+sfis, all appli, w/d,
comm. pool & picnic, no
smoke/pets. 'Avail. now.
$1100/ma. 386-214-2506

Yrs iious oPelic ne B
screened Ianai. $900/mo,
386-453-5820
DAYTONA BEACH.
Charming CraftsmanI Big



DAYTONA BEACHSIDE
3 blocks to beach, Huge
2 story Victorian home*
4/3.5, Ig fam room, Ig eat
wod tc ,rs, cm tra nal'
exclusive Seabreeze
neighborhood. $1495/
mo. +sec. 386-212-6537
DTONA bBEACH IE
New appli, large fenced
yard, new alc, Near El-
em school. Reduw d

AvI ow 36Dnh3654A5.
EDGEWATER 3/2/1
fireplace, tiled, new car
pet, walk to school
$875/mo. + dep, no pets
1 yr lease 386-763-3344
EDGEWATERI New
Smyrna Bch?, Bring your


overlooks -water. $1395/
mo unfurn, $1995/mo
furn.407-509-6743


EDGEWATER 2/2 eat in


ramp8 per.2 6p os
OAK HILL 2/1 mobile
home, clean, quiet park,
$500/month plus depos-
it. Eric 386-589-3358
OAK HILL Canal front
2/2 trailer w/ living rm,
porch addition, 1250sf.,
garage, covered boat slip

n bacukti u h c na
getfishing. $800/mo &
$8e50d dep. 321-543-0122
PORTdbORANGErn55no
pescredit r 80 resce
386-761-1108 / 871-8566
PORT ORANGE Lacos-
ta Village, 40+, 2/2,
screened por bh utility
tennis, shuffleboard.
$695/mo. 386-761-2168
PORT ORANGE 4 +

room, Jacuzzi library
2/1.5, w/d, near eve y
th mobusenlinet n ie
possible. 386-566-7239



NEW SMYRNA Beach
715 W. Canal St. $900.


g g4 &* e mce/ aehous ue
Eleanor 386-427-2519



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'74 FLH SHOVELHEAD
3500 mi. after restore by
Blackgold Daytona
Invested $16K, asking
$10K obo 386-453-5820




LINHAl TOURING
Scooter, 300cc, '08, gets
over 75mpg, only 150
mi, full warr, tall winshid,
Must sell! $2800 obo
386-846-37331682-5900
MOPED 49CC Wahoo, 4
c0 le ni,c ,etric hst rer
605in 289or best offer

WANTED JAPANESE
Motorcycles Kawasaki,


8150 S120, S220
Paid. 1-800-772-1142 or
1-310-721-0726
YAMAHA MAJESTY 'OS,
400cc scooter, backrest'
battery tender, less than
3620- 351 14 1-445 80


COACHMAN SANTARA
Ready to golli 2002, 32',
Class C, 36K mi, new
tires, very well maint,
many extras included.
$3XOCOEOL 3N6.253c tion
FLEETWOOD 1996, 33,
fully loaded, excellent
cond. living room pop
out, alc $13,000 obo
386-882-73521796-4994





SEUolWN RV GIIS
Manufacturer Cloeaemr,
018H OtDicounts, Gas
Carld AllowanceMs
'98 00ASHIREN
20' C
$21,905 080

85904R C A

'08 MALIBU
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1938 CHEVY Street Rod DODGE VIPER '00 GTS
Chevy V-8 auto. A/C. Coupe Red. 8000 original
Almost perfect condition. miles, mint cond $52,900
Interior redone. Asking Days 386-589-3620 Even
$22,500 561-767-0441 386-677-5943

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JEEP LARADO 1995,
white, 4 wheel drive, cold
alc, new tires & battery,
runs good. Asking $2700
386-252-9437



08N ahemROdADteTe RA
angled for easy loading.
Front air dam, load level-
er. $2975. 321-783-6880



HUTCHINSON ISLAND -
#j at91ot. Net le s Isa d

exposure $800/mo+
electric. 518-848-4472





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386- 4- M6
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6-divers. VHF, bottom
finder, color GPS with
many many dive sites.
250HPO 36m 9-91 king


23' ALLMAND 1970
Pleasure Boat.
Fiberglass-hardtop with
bracket, no motor
$1000/obo 386-295-7180
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HURRICANE DECK
BOAT 20ft, 1997, 115
HP Yamaha outboard,
new tandem axie alum.
trlr $9950 386-383-4903
JET SKIS (2) 2003
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dobl 71rlailer. $3000




P T FN o i 22' mTo r

GPS, SS prop, dual axe
trailer. Full warranty on
boat & motor. I have pur-
chased new boat, so this
is your gain Asking
$33 000 ($52,000 value).
Cr as! 72- 4-6 Myur


34' WELLCRAFT Scarab
II, 1985. Twin 454's,
clean fast cigarette boat,
fully equipped, ready to
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