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CLAIRE METZ
WESH-TV NEWS
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OR top by 88 voteS

Four days after the
election, we finally learned
who won the District 2
County Council seat. It was
aong th cl seest aces in
attorney Josh Wagner and
Ponce Inlet Mayor Nancy
Epps. The district includes
voters in South Daytona,
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Representing both public
and private members such
as cities, counties, univer-
sities and businesses, the
partnership acts a liaison
on behalf of its members
with corporate decision
makers throughout the
country and abroad.
As one of those mem-
bers, Port Orange city offi-
cials received a quarterly
update from Mr. Goodwin
at last week's council meet-

See BUSINESS, A4


devote to that effort.
Enter the Business
Development Partnership,
a public-private sector
organization created more
than six years ago to help
recruit companies who
want to locate or expand in
Volusia County.
"We market the whole
area," said partnership rep-
resentative Sam Goodwin.
"In these economic times it
very difficult for one
agency to carry the burden
of all costs."


Public and private
entitieS partner
On economic
development

By Jeanne Willard
Willard@hometownnewsol.com
VOLUSIA COUNTY In
tough economic times
many city officials are look-
ing to attract businesses
and development, but lack
the staff or resources to


know if the city can
enforce those private
covenants and restric-
tions.
"The answer is no,"! said
city attorney Margareti
Roberts.
Many area HOAs have
covenants that are more
restrictive than city regu-
Iations, officials said.
"Thatt is not unique
wi hin te Cty o Pr
Orange," said city manag-
er Ken Parker.
Whether the streets are
public (in the case of Ster-
ling Chase) or private as
in some gated communi-
ties, police cannot
enforce' regulations that
are. rtk s d.e city code,
":The covenants are
See PARKING, A4


By Jeanne Willard
Willard@hometownnewsol.com
PORT ORANGE On
local streets where park-
ing is restricted, many
residents believe that
nailing an offender can be
accomplished by calling
the police to issue a cita-
tion.
As some residents dis-
covered at a recent city
council meeting, they
would be wrong.
Members of Sterling
Chase homeowners Asso-
ciation and~ other area
residents recently *asked
the city council for assis
tance in enforcing HOA
parking regulations that
are being ignored by
homeowners wanted to


Randy B8arber/staff photographer
FranceS Evans of South Daytona aims a dart during the Ormond Beach Senior Games
darts competition at the Ormond Senior Center last week. Winners at the local level go
On 10 compete in the Florida State Senior Championships in December.


Darden, executive director of
the Volusia County Home
Builders Association.
The association, which
represents builders and
associated businesses, filed a
civil law suit against Volusia
County on Nov. 3, something
that school o~ffcials said they
didn't see coming.
."We were surprised," said
Volusia County School
Superintendent Margaret
Smith. "We are still in the
process of analyzing the


documents."
Current impact fees,
updated in 2004 and imple-
mented by the county in
2005, were calculated to
defray the cost of building
new schools to serve addi-
tional students generated by
new developments. '
Builders are charged a
$6,066 fee for each new unit
built, Ms. Darden said.
Those fees are normally
passed on to buyers and
have added to current real


estate market woes, Ms. Dar-
den said.
Impact fees collected are
used for capital improve-
m'ent, not operating expens-
es, school officials said.
In a 2004 report prepared
by a Volusia County consult-
ant to update unpact fees,
officials factored in con-
struction costs, land costs,
interest expense, student
.transportation costs and
See LAWSUIT, A2


apply to itew home con-
struction and school enroll-
m'ent, a local homebuilders'
association says at least
not in the numbers project-
ed by district officials and
used to calculate school
impact fees.
Now, homebuilders, who
have been assessed more
than $66 million in impact
fees since 2005 have filed a
law suit saying the practice is
unconstitutional.
"We need relief," said Sue


season for their son, Curtis
Magdziarz and his wife,
Deanna, who have four chil-
dren and one on the way, Mr.
Faulds said.
Self-employed with
cleaning and handyman
business, the couple said they
\von't be retiring quite yet, but
the money will make life a "lot
easier."
Meanwhile, the Fauldses
aren't done dreaming. Hay-
ing won $1,000 twice in the
$30 High Roller game, they
are eligible for the $20-mil-
lion grand prize drawing
when the game ends.
"If you have that kind of
money, you can help a lot of
people," Mr. Faulds said.
"We believe in good
karma." Mrs. Faulds added.
~"What goes around comes
around."


By Jeanne Willard
Willard@hometownnewsol.com
SOUTH DAYTONA -
Sometimes dreams do come
true.
One week after winning
$500,000, a South Daytona
couple said they will fulfill a
long-held dream of paying off
their mortgage and buying a
home for their son's family.
"We're still on cloud nine,"
said John Faulds, 50.
He and his wife, Patty,
scratched their way to a half-
million dollar jackpot in the
Gold Rush Doubler, a Florida
scratch-off lottery game, on
Nov. 7.
The winning ticket was
purchased at TLC conven-
ience store at 901 Big Tree
Road.
Although they've never


won the top prize before, the
couple are frequent players of
scratch-off games and have
been lucky in the past.
Just last week, they won
$2,500 and last year Mrs.
Faulds won five $500 tickets
for a total of $2,500 in one day.
In 2007, the couple won
$500 a day for 14 days
straight, Mr. Faulds said.
"Most of our winnings have
been from that (TLC) store,"
Mr. Faulds said. "It's a lucky
store."
Manager Mike Patel said
he's witnessed many of the
couple's, winnings firsthand,
including the 14-day winning
streak.
"We've had a lot of winners
here," he said, including a
$10,000 lottery winner last
year."
It will be a great holiday


Staff photo by Jeanne Willard
John and Patty Faulds stand in front of the TLC conven~
ience store where they purchased a $500,000 winning
Scratch-off ticket last week. .


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Long-itime resident and business


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a generous wealaun who was ;
known for her spir~ituality,
sense of humor, baking
skills and love of Scrabble
games and criossword puz-
zles.
i\lthoughK~ considered a
very private person, she was
devoted to her family, fre-
quently hosting family
gather~lill#6 and often serv-
ing her 'famous" homne-
made cakes,
She enjoyed occasional
trips to Biloxi, Miss., with
family members, where she
played her favorite slot
machine Wheel of For-
tune.
One of eight children,
Mrs. Metz was raised in a
large Irish Catholic family
in Jenkintown, Pa., some-
thing that shaped her life,
said her son, Peter Metz,
whose wife, Claire Metz, is
WESH TV Volusia County
and Flagler bureau chief.
"She was very religious,"
Mr. Metz said. "That's where
a lot of her inner strength
came from."
A graduate of Chestnut
I-ill College in Philadelphia,


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mar -
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"She? adidnt ;lb*- up," Mr.
Metz asai, ",he( decided to
stick itoutlt,"
An active Inmember of
Epiphany ranL,(l she also
served on the board of
directors at Sun Bank of
Daytona Beach Shores.
In addition to her son
Peter, Mrs. Metz is survived
by sons Ed Metz Jr. of New
Orleans, Greg Metz of Day-
tona Beach, daughter Mary
Frost of Brooklyn H-eights,
N.Y., and grandchildren
Mathew, Mike, Joey and
Julie Metz and L~Iisa Frost.
Predeceased by llItherl''
Josie Donohue, Tomn Dono-
hue, Fordr D~onohue, Bob
Donohue and sisters Margi
Ke~lnni and. Claire Stone,
Mrs. Metz's only surviving
sibling is her sister, Sister
Catherine Donohue SSI, 90,
a nun with the Sisters of
Saint Joseph in Flourtown,
Pa.
Funeral arrangements
were handled by Volusia
Memorial and services were
held at Epiphany Catholic
Church in Port Orange.


By Jealnne Willard
Willard~~hometownnewsol~com
DAYTOINA 0.\.1

time residents may nasoci
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pleaz In Darytonane I ~,1
Shores, Ann Metz's fainlil
rememtbered what made
heer special as a person this
week,
Mrs9. Metz, 85, died on
Saturday all'lel a period of
declining hearlth'
Family members recalled


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When her husband died
in 196i7, Mrs. Metz was left
with four small children
and the grocery and liquor
business,
Opting to tak~e over the
operation of the business,
she eventually brought in
her brothers, Josie and Bob
Donohue, to expand the
operation.
In iits heyday, the Metz
holdings included four
liquor stor~e's and bars, a
package store, grocery store
and coffee shop, providing
employment for legions of
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Both costs and credits are
being contested in the suit,
Ms. Darden said.
County officials did not
include all applicable rev-
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e cess capacity for students,
Claiming the fee is not
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despite requests to the asso-
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"We've been asking for that
(study) for three years," she
said. "We really don't see
what the basis is."
The lawsuit was filed
against Volusia County
because the county had
jurisdiction when the fees
were implemented, however,
the school district now over-
sees the assessment, leading
to a request by the school
district to become a party in
thesuit, Ms. Smith said.
Daytona Beach attorney
Allan Watts, who is repre-
senting the homebuilders,
did not return a call to his
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on his own.
"That was the best thing
that happened for me," Mr.
Grenon said.
A recent Florida Hospital
Memorial Foundation event
featuring the Beach Boys,
raised funds for a planned
Regional Oncology Center
that officials say would
streamline treatment for
patients such as Mr.
Grenon. .
"It's very complicated! and
people often get over-
whelmed," said Dr. Wind-
ham, surgical oncologist
and foundation board
member. "There are many
steps involved."
In addition to various
medical tests, cancer treat-
ment involves coordination
~between physicians, Dr.
Windham said, including
the patient's primary care
doctor, oncologist, surgeon,
radiologist, gastroenterolo-
gist and other specialists.
"The nearest comprehen-
sive cancer center is more
than two hours away in all
directions," he said.
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those on the multi-discipli-
nary team at Florida Hospi-
tal's own accredited Cancer
Institute are 'available in
Volusia County,. Dr. ~Wind-


ham said. What's lacking is a
coordinated system under
one roof.
To address that need,
plans are underway to cre-
ate a regional oncology cen-
ter at the new Florida Hos-
pital Ormond Memorial
camlbus that would provide
state-of-the-art services at
one location.
The 245-bed hospital
replacement facility is
scheduled to open- next
summer and officials are
targeting 2010 for the oilcol-
ogy center.
The foundation's recent
Coastal Gala brought 650
supporters together to raise
funds for the project.
Among those attending
the event at the Hilton Day~
tona Beach Oceanfront
Resort was Ormond Beach
Mayor Fred Costello.
Mr. Costello said the
opportunity to see. one of
his- fa\orite bands while
~supporting a local hospital
proved to. be an irresistible
draw.
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Hospital and the found
~tion does some awesome
things," he said. "They.are
just great community sup-
porters."
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Bruce Johnston took the
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through the California surf
culture of the sixties with
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"I Get Around," ."Be Trite to
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"Wouldn't it be Nice,"
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USA."
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peer to many in the audi-
ence that night; however, he
teased ,the group about
being too subdued.
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"sedate tonight," he said at
one point, offering to play a
medley of hits by Barry
Manilow and Perry Como.
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when the Rock arid 1'oll Hall
of Fame member invited the
crowd to wave their open
cell phones to the beat of
"Little Surfe~r Girl," creating
dancing dots of light around
the darkened room.
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two-hour concert, a congo
line was snaking its way
around the room and the
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By Jeanne Willard
Willard@hometownnewsol.com
VOLUSIA COUNTY A
diagnosis of cancer is dev-
astating enough, but navi-
gating the journey to well-
ness through a myriad of
medical specialists and
tests can be especially chal-
lenging.
When cancer patient
Robert Grenon's primary
care doctor referred him to
a specialist at Shands Hos-
pital in 'Gainesville, he
assumed that was the place
he had to go for care.
At 86, it soon became
clear that the 90-mile com-
mute for treatment was not
practical.
"I could see that wasn't
going to work out at all," he
said.
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Dr. Christopher Windham,
whose Ormond Beach office
is more conveniehnt. The
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coordination ~of his care, he
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A vehicle passes a parked
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Day-tona Beach Rice & Rose
law firm agreed.
The covenants are private
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If a resident believes the
HOA is not enforcing the
covenants, they have the
right to file a lawsuit
against the offending party,
he said.
Police Chief Gerald Mon-
ahan spoke with several
Sterling Chase homeown-
ers after the meeting, reit-
erating that police will tick-
et cars blocking emergency
access and those using
neighbors parkage without
permission.
"Make no mistake about
it," Chief Monahan told the
homeowners. Ilf there are
cars parked in that sitlua-
tion ... we have an obliga-
tion to tag that vehicle and
enforce that law."
Meanwhile Sterling
Chase HOA treasurer Paul
De Maria is hopeful that
additional signs might help.
"I think so," he said. "For
most of the people not
all."


direction on both sides of
the street) they block mail
boxes and create access
problems, he said,
"I~t's a problem and I don't
know the answer," he said-
TIown Park resident John
Rizzo asked council mem-
bers to consider further
action signs limiting
parking to one side of the
street and restricting park"
ing times because of safety
issues he's witnessed.
H-e relayed an incident
where a neighbor required
medical attention and
emergency vehicles were
unable to get through
because of cars parked
along the narrow street.
So what can the city do
for frustrated residents?
City officials offered to
provide signs at the
entrance to the subdivi-
sion, notifying visitors and
residents that there are
additional parking controls
in place.
Officials will also investi-
gate whether further park-
hig restrictions are needed
if there is a unique physical
characteristic that creates
safety issues.
"We can help them place
people on notice," Mr.
Parker said, "But the actual
enforcement is something
the HIOA would have to do."
Contacted after the meet-
ing, Attorney Jim Rice, of


Police will cUnionrle exist-
ing city regulations, but
Port Orange code does not
currently prohibit street
parking unless it creates a
safety issues like inhib~iting l
the safe passage of emer-
gency or other vehicles,
officials said,
Cars cannot block road
access by being parked
directly across from each
other and residents cannot
park in a neighbor's park-
age without permission.
Parkage is generally
defined as that area
between the street and the
property line.
If there is a specific phys-
ical issue, such as a blind
corner or something block-
ing visual access, officials
may institute additional
parking restrictions, Mr.
Parker told residents.
Town Park HOA president
Jim Wagoner, did not attend
the meeting, but said he's
experienced similar park-
ing problems as those cited
by Sterling Chase residents.
Problems are exacerbat-
ed by narrow streets ini his
subdivision, he said.
He faults the city for
approving 20-foot-wide
streets when the subdivi-
sion was built.
"The streets aren't wide
enough," Mr. Wagoner said.
When people park on the
street (often in the same


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between the two parties,"
he said. "I Illlconicanels
associations are responsi-
blefIorenaningI(l~those pro.
visions themsetlves."


Daytona and Dayto'na
Beach benefit from the
combined marketing power
they would not have on
their own, he said.
The partnership coordi-
nates site selection tours,
attends trade shows, works
prospects and shares those
leads with everyone in the
partnership, he said.
Port Orange assistant city
manager Shannon Lewis-
McBride said the city does-
n't have the resources to
fund an internal economic
development department
and it would be difficult to
accomplish what the part-
nership can,
-The city pays an annual
fee of 50 cents per resident,
or approximately $27,000
per year to be a member of
the partnership, she said.
"This is a way to make
sure Port Orange is includ-
ed in marketing efforts," she
said' .
The process of attracting
businesses is a long-term
effort requiring frequent
contact and nurturing of
relationships, she said.
"Even if they don't have (a
pr spect) rigthit ro,"sel

tionships on our behalf."


Once a year the organiza-
tion brings national site
selection decision- makers
to tour member cities and
meet with officials, Mr.
Goodwin said.
"It's about building rela-
tionships and contacts," he
said.
Tl e next tour is sched-
uled in February and the
partnership will also host a
Florida site selection day in
May.
"We'll take them around
and tell them the virtues of
our community," Mr. Good-
win said. "It's important
they recognize that Volusia
County is more than just
races and special events. It's
a great place to live and


work."l
Mayor Allen
applauded the
efforts and said
more important


Green
group's
it's even
in these


economic times.
"If we plan correctly and
work together then we can
resolve these issues and
we'll come out of this thing
stronger than ever," Mayor

bGte tha we eameudn in
the past."


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He is currently working
with 16 national active
prospects and six expan-
sion efforts, he said.
In an effort to serve its
members better, Mr. Good-
win told council members
that the partnership is
focusing on city identified
priorities, recruiting
domestic and international
business, promoting retail
development in downtown
areas, uniform handling of
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To facilitate that commu
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and county managers now
sit on the executive board,
he said.
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who was described as
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5:30 to 7 30 p.m., Monday,
Nov. 17, at the Port Oruinge
Police Departmnent, 1395
Dunlawton Ave.
The class teaches aware-
ness, risk reduction and
phys \ ~ ica;l op tijons for women
aIdel~l thanII 16 and is limited
to 15 palrticipants per class.
To~ Il-ister, visit the Port
our age PoI'rlicec Departmnent.
C.I~iss('.s coist $5 per stuldent ?
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Volunteers sought
The Port Orasnge Police
Department; Vo~lunteers in
Police Ser1vi(es are loonkilg
for volunteers.
Vrolunteetrs; are uniformelt d
civilians who1 provide serv-
ice-relnatd faclctions such
as vacation house! checks'
traffic control at accident
scenes, distribution of ani-


mal traps, bicycle registra-
tion and child fitngerpnint-
ing. A~ddilonally,, they pro-
vide clerical and courier
services to the administra-
tive and criminal inves;tiga-
tion divisions.
Volunteers must be at
least 21 years old and hold a
valid driver's license.
For mo~re information'
catll (386i) 506-5826 or stop
by the lobby of thze Port
Omran Police? Department
fora napnplication. .

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Dau glllues of the Ameri-
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nlesday, Nov. 18, at ~the Port
Ol.ange (lu-irtianl Church,
904 Tanylor Road.
TPhe speaker will be Jill
Thufer of th~eVolusia County
Hoame Extension. Her topic
will be "Notivec Foods of
America."
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Creek Blvd., Port Orange,
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Seaweed stinks up beach

I have a wonderful project for those required to perform
commlinity service. Why couldn't their time be spent clean-
ing up the seaweed from the beach?
I spend four days a week at the beach, and I hear many
visitors and locals complain about the sight and smell of the
rotting seaweed.
Siesta Key cleans its shore of seaweed on the west coast;
why not on our coast?
Turtle season is over; it is no longer an excuse for not
cleaning the beach.

Editor's note: According to Shelley ;Szafraniec, Volusia
County public information officer, while the seaweed may
seem unsightly, it plays a vital role in the beach ecosystem
and is a 'Ifriend" to sea turtles. Volusia County Environmen-
tal- Management officials are advising the public not to
remove the seaweed. ~In Volusia County, seaweed is left inten-
tionally on the beach to provide food to foraging btrds and
insects, and to stabilize further the beach system as it offers
nutrientsi to the plants on the beach. As the seaweed dries
oue it drsbdluwn sand and, oveau 'secbn nle to ue ce

for protecting shorelines and provide a natural buffrerfrom
storms, officials said.

in response to 'Democrats not to blame
f0? eCOnOWic Situati0R'

Every four years or so, we have had this contentious bick-
ering that has divided the nation. Lately, it has increased in
voracity to include the off-year elections. If this nation is to
succeed, we, the people, have to take matters into our own
hands and create change that works for the good of all-
So let us take our country back Republicans, Democ-
rats, Independents, Greens, etc. I say we should now do to
Congress what they did to the presidency with term limits
voted in as the 22nd Amendment of the Constitution in

Currently, senators are elected to an unlimited number of
six-year terms, while House of Representatives are elected


the "freshman" r prse ta epeto glet acquainted with the

Generally, a freshman Congressperson comes under the
tutelage of a more ranking member arid learns the intrica-
cies of the law-writing phenomenon and getting floor spon
sors. The next four years, listening to their constituents,
they get the job done that they were sent to do.
Regarding the Senate, one six-year term limit should be
sufficient to get the job done.
All congressional veterans (House or Senate) should be
prohibited from lobbying for five years.
And to conclude this antagonistic system we have now,
political campaigns cannot begin until the December of
the year preceding the general election. We do not need to
be bombarded by campaign rhetoric two years or more
aeoeteb tlc ton.dThisn sd epecrial o preoven eae tes-o
men Congressmen (Senate or House of Representatives
members) to spend all of their time campaigning and
ignoring the greater good of the American people.

Greed

Greed is the word tossed about as the explanation of the
financial crisis. Those who use the word are either ignorant
about the facts behind the crisis or don't know them.
The facts are that the main culprit is the U.S. Congress. It
passed several legislative actions that allowed sub-prime
lending, and judging from what has happened, guaranteed
bailout if the sub-prime loans were not paid.
The congressmen and women who approved that kind of
loan ignored the experience and standards practiced for
many years by lending institutions 20 percent down and
ability to make the monthly payments.
The secondary culprit is the instigators who pushed for
loans to people who could not really afford to borrow and
make the required payments.






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Let's not forget Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, sponsored
by the government. They were encouraged by Congress and
others to offer sub-prime loans.
The lesson to be learned and remembered from what
happened in the financial crisis: Keep government from try-
ing to run or control the economy. One exception is wise
r guations and oversight of it. Otherwise, no dabbling in or
tnering with the economy.
Greed, by the way, does not work in the real world of eco-
nomics. Customers go to businesses that charge lower
prices than the greedy ones. The latter cannot stay in busi-
ness if they cannot match or beat the prices of competitors.

Edgewater taxes

Edgewater Mayor Mike Thomas has been quoted as
blaming our property tax and enterprise fund rates on the
lack of condos. I have read these quotes, but not having per-
sonally heard him say that, I do not know firsthand where
he stands on the issue. I have heard him say on record dur
ing a City Council meeting that it was OK with him if a new
business wanted to locate in Edgewater, but he was not
going to go out and solicit new businesses coming to Edge-
water. ''' !
In reality, Edgewater's high tax rates (in com arison to
New Smyrna Beach) is because of our lack of commercial



The fact is that as Edgewater grew, it was only natural and
economically feasible that the vast majority of commercial
enterprises that serve Edgewater's needs located in the New
Smyrna Beach area where the population was to support
those businesses. Additionally, they have very expensive
oceanfront properties on their tax roles.
A new residential height limit certainly can and will
enhance the developers' taste for more condos. Is this what
Mayor Thomas has in mind? An even more important ques-
tion is do the citizens of Edgewater want to regress to this
lack of citizen control?
We already have one hi-rise condo on the river approved
for construction; do we want more?

Citizens can do their part to
Save the city money

I am writing in response to a recent Rants & Raves sub
mission in which an uninformed individual had numerous
comments in regards to unnecessary spending in the city of
Edgewater.
One' comment made by the individual made reference to
police and take-home vehicles; however, there are even bet-
ter ways for citizens to save the city money if they would
only try.
One way citizens can help save money is to lock your car
.doors at night and stop leaving purses, laptops, wallets,
guns and other valuable items in your cars over night for ,
thieves to take. Times are hard, and burglars are coming out
the woodwork. If citizens take steps to protect their own
property, it will cut down on calls for service. In return, this
will save the city gas and wear and tear on the patrol vehicle
because the police won't have to respond to a call from your
residence to document a preventable crime.
Another way to save the city (and ourselves) lots of
money would be for adults to act like adults! Rather than
argue and fight with your spouse, try working out your
problems for a change without calling the police. Imagine if
we all remembered the golden rule and treated others how
you yourself would like to be treated, including but not lim-
ited to the person you are married.
Another related idea that may help the city's budget, your
budget and the domestic violence problem in general is
stop drinking! You would save money by not purchasing
alcohol, you would not have to get bailed out of jail, you
would not have to hire an attorney and your spouse would
110t be filing for divorce. Is a little self-control too much to
RSk? What if the police actually had time to do police work
rather than play marriage counselor?
If the "cost-cutting measure" suggested by that unin-
formed citizen were implemented, that would rnean that all
patrol cars should be driven and left at the station for the
next shift to use immediately after the first officer gets off
Work. That would also mean that every patrol car would be
On the road 24 hours each day with no break. I am not sure,
but if that were the case, Edgewater would be buying a lot
more police cars a lot more often.
Next time an uninformed citizen wants to offer a cost-
cutting suggestion, I suggest you research the situation first.
There are easy and simple ways to save money in every city
operation, and some of them even make sense!


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What happened to ethics?

Having worked as a substitute teacher, I have a respect for
teachers realizing they are overworked and underpaid.
However, I was disgusted with what went on at my daugh-
ter's school recently.
My daughter had always struggled academically, so it was
a wonderful surprise when she began getting As on her
homework assignments. My husband and I praised her
each time we checked her homework, finding all her
answers were correct and thorough.
Then one day when I was putting clothes in her dresser, I
came across a photocopy of the teacher's answer keys hid-
den in the drawer. My first thought was that my daughter
must have stolen it. We took it to the school and met with
the teacher and director to discuss the matter.
To our shock, we were told that the teacher had actually
distributed the answer keys to the students! Instead of rep-
rimanding the teacher, the school protected her, saying that
the work is too difficult and that the students were given the
answer keys only to use if they could not figure out the
answer.
When I asked why the answer keys weren't given to the
parents to hold on to so that the students couldn't use them
to cheat and why the parents weren't informed about this,
they couldn't r sond.

imrv tosudns g radss gha mre ksd pss,
lems with this: They are passing kids who don't know the
work, and they are helping to further corrupt the ethics of
This society by allowing kids to cheat.

Free newspapers litter the streets

I want to comment on all the free newspapers littering
our communities in Edgewater and New Smyrna Beach. I
take my dog for walks very often, and all I see are driveways
,littered with "free" newspapers. Some have been there for
days and some for weeks. They are obviously not read or
wanted, so why is this trash and littering allowed to contin-
ue?
SThat's why when I read in Hometown News (the only
paper I want delivered by the way) that they were still offe'r-
ing free newspapers and delivery but only to subscribers, I
was overjoyed. Finally, a free newspaper that has good news
articles and coverage delivered only if you call and sub-
scribe.
This ineans that now every drivewajr in town will be lit-
tered with these newspapers, but the only newspapers that
will be delivered will be the ones that people want, and they
will not lay in the driveway as litter and trash for weeks.
What gives these newspapers the right to drive along the
street and throw "trash" in my driveway week after week? In
Edgewater, a police officer can technically give a person a
$90 ticket for littering when they throw a cigarette butt on
the ground, but these "free newspapers" can throw their
trash on my property week after week with no penalty. Why
are they allowed to do this? If I wanted those papers, I
would call up and ask that it be delivered.
I have two driveways on my property, one leads to my
house and one leads to my garage. They are connected, and
it is obvious that they belong to the same homeowner. How-
ever, I consistently get newspapers thrown in both dr~ive-
ways, so I get double the trash and litter delivered to my
house.
If this type of shotgun approach to newspaper delivery
was not allowed, the entire neighborhood would be much
neater and cleaner in appearance. Additionally, advertisers
would not be misled into thinking that their paid advertise-
ments were reaching three times as many people as they
actually do.
Thank you, Hometown News, for taking the "subscriber
only" delivery approach!

Bumpy road in desperate need of paying

I was told in the summer of 20;07 by the Department of
Transportation that Division Avenue in Ormond Beach's
Historic District between Beach Street and North Ridge-
wood Avemie was going to be paved by the end of October
2007. It hasn t happened yet!
If you have ever driven on this road, it has to be one of the
worst in the city! Why does the Department of Transporta-
tion pave roads that don't need it and leave the ones like
Division Avenue unpaved?
The city of Ormond Beach, the people in charge of the
Historic District and the Department of Transportation
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Friday, November 14, 2008


Army recruiter Ashley
Batiste of Port Orange
exercises in the gym at
~~ 1CrossFit Daytona recently
~i while other military
~?'.Ppersonnel look on.











Randy Barber
staff photographer



Gym provides fme cross training to get


Army enlistees 'boot camp ready'


gym member, and gym own-
ers Robert H-enry and Melissa
Kiel.
Although Army dropout
rates are relatively low, Sg3t.
Gellin said noting that only
one out of 47 recruits he has
enlisted in two years dropped
out basic training can be a
challenge.
And with more people
enlisting in Volusia County -
150 in the last year, above the
goal 120 -t~he CrossFit pro-
gram couldn't come at a better
time, Sgt. Gellin said.
Recruits, who include men
a w omen a""'d e7 t 2

ing offto boot camp.
SWhen they do leave, there's
sn dcbom em sone" Sgt. at
who has just passed a fitness
test and met weight and body
fat st ndards ad soen
trained in Cross it, oninmteon
itne*,s program created by a
founer gymnast.
sdhe paroan cem hsie
exercises that use only simple
equipment.
"These warm-ups are hard-
er than the average person's
workout," said Sgt. Gellin, a
Port: Orange resident.
In fact, CrossFit's workout is


not just a lot like basic train-
ing- the Army and Marine
Corps are basing programs on
~Working out one afternoon
last week, a group of 12 men
and two women ill Arm\- T-
shirts pushed the limits in the
sparse warehouse-like~ gym.
Split into teams, the group
fought the clock to complete
hundreds of push-ups, squat
thrusts, box jumps, pull-ups,
all in between running laps
around the building.
"We're trying to be the solu-
tion to health clubs, where
pol ominands mg sand

is the last thing offered by
health clubs, so we're a gym."
\ The CrossFit method does
have its critics, who contend
that the workouts are not for
beginners and can lead to
serious injuries.
O)n the CrossFit: Web site,
www.crossfit.com, representa-
tives an it themwor outs bare

ca the exercises focus a
advise people to start slow.
Mr. Henry, an Ormond
Beach resident, said his gym,
the onlyr CrossFit location in
the county, gives all its mem-
bers "a stronger sense of self."


"We aren't going~ to have
you do something you can't
do," he said. "We help you
break through all those barri-
ers."
At CrossFit Daytona, many
of the members are law
enforcement officers, emer-
gency workers and active mil-
it~ary members, who get a 20-
percent discount on
membership.
One of those members, 23-
year-old Army recruiter Sgt.
Ashley Batiste of Port Orange,
said she likes the challenge of
the exertive workout and .
Compp ting agist thu s.

er sometimes," she said. "I
want to beat them."
And for recruits like 20-
year-old Pfc. Gary Pritt, who
just finished basic training
and is a week away from his
first assignment in Germany,
the program provides more
than exercise; it gives them a
ch an to acdomp ih gal.
(from the reserves) because I
felt it was more of a calling,"
the New Smyrna Beach High
School grad said. "I was work-
ing the same job I worked in
high school ... but I wanted
something more than that."


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By Bethany Chambers
bchambers@hometownnewsol.coln
VOLUSIA COUNTY--Ryan
Whitehouse, a U.S. Army
recruit, leaves for basic train-
ing next week, and he's not
scared.
In fact, the 22-year-old Day-
tona Beach resident may be m



two dozen Army enlistees this
fall to prepare for boot cm
at CrossFit Daytona, a loa
gym offering free personal
and group training for mili-
tary recruits.
"'It's great coming here," P~vt.
Whitehouse said. "I was defi-
nitely not as in-shape as I
nee et o pe (bfr) o

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at an affordable price.
The city is hosting the
workshop to comply with a
CDBG Disaster Recovery Ini-
tiative grant it received in the
amount of $625,000 to
improve the seawall along
the Halifax River in eligible
CDBG Zones.
For more information, call
(386) 506-5501 or send an e-
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Officer Steve Pignataro
of theSouth Daytona
Police Department
competes in the
second annual 'Battle
at the Beach' charity
motorcycle ski llS
competition at Harley
Davidson in Ormond
Beach. Proceeds from
the event go to
Speediatrics at Halifax
Hospital in Daytona
Beach.






Randy Barber
staff photo raher


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Healing Center and the
Order of St. Luke.
The event is free to the
public. Children are wel-
come.
For more information,
call (386) 679-9239 or
(386) 672-4470.


.- For Hometown News


The Rev. Jim Willis will
present "Re'leasing the
Power within" Nov. 20.
For more information,
call (386) 788-0920.


Prayer and healinS
eVent scheduled

The Christian Healing


Center will host an
evening of prayer, praise
and healing at 7 p.m.,
WVednesday, Nov. -2, at
The Church of the Holy
Child, 1225 W. Granada
Blvd., Ormond Beach. '
Individual prayer sta-
tiorts will be available
with trained prayer minis-
ters from the Christian


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Notes
From page A5

W Pcene wos Macestor
Revolution and desire to
become members may call
(38861) 322-:1818 or (386) 760-
88 1

Port Orange to host
Fair Housing
Workshop

.The city has scheduled an
informational Fair Housing
Workshop at 4:30 p.m., Mon-
day, Nov. 17, at City Hall
Lobby, 1000 City Center Cir-
cle, Port Orange.
The goal of this meeting is
to inform residents about
available funding programs
the city bf Port Orange and
Volusia County have to offer
to encourage homeowner-
ship and rehabilitation of
homes.
A representative from the
city will offer information on
the city's Fair Housing Policy
and its Complaint and
Grievance Policy.
In addition, information
will be provided on pro_
grams such as the city's State
Housing Initiative Partner-
ship program and Volusia
County's Housing Choice
Voucher Program (Section
8). Section 8 is a federally-
rude g nta s assis teT ,
help low-income -families
obtain safe, decent housing .


Church to present
free SerieS

Port Orange United
Church of Christ will
present a free seminar
series "The Power to
Grow" at 10:30 a.m. each
Thursday at~ 651 Taylor
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Genorris Davis.-Ciuman-s s.
has 10 days to ;Imr" .11 III*
disciplinary ac lion.

Election Day vas
SWooth sailing -
almost

Election Day was fairly
smooth with just a few
problems. Supervisor of
Elections Ann McFall said
they had three memory
card failures and five voting
machines that had to be
replaced early on Election
Day. She said every vote was
counted.
At one polling site, a fire
alarm went off, but poll
workers refused to leave the
building, so firefighters
worked around them, and
luckily, it was a false alarm.
Early on Election Day, an
envelope with suspicious
white powder turned up at
State Sen. Evelyn Lynn's
Daytona Beach office. It's
the second time this has
happened and one of
several envelopes that have
turned up at political
offices and newspapers in
Central Florida. A haz-
ardous materials team
quickly established the
powder was harmless. Sen.
Lynn was running for re-
election in District 7 and
won her seat again by a
wide margin.
Meanwhile, New Smyrna
Beach resident and former


state lawmaker Suzanne
Kosmas upset the competi-
tion to become the area's
Clon-gressworman-elect in
1 Inctrl 24. In a huge upset,
noimas h andi ter own
business, beat three-term
Republican incumbent Tom
Feeney, who had been
dogged for his association
with a convicted lobbyist.
Mis. Kosmas said she is
humbled by her win and
looks forward to getting
past partisan politics to
represent all the citizens of
her district.
In the aftermath of
Election Day, South Day-
toba police said someone
broke into an Obama
campaign headquarters,.
The day after Super Tues-
day, workers returned to the
office on Beville Road and
found the front window
shattered and glass all over
the floor. One or more
suspects made off with a
desktop computer, aWi-Fi
router and a worker's
blackberry. The office was
trashed as the suspect rifled
through the place. Workers
felt the intrusion was
deliberate and call the
suspects sore losers. Police
say without any witnesses,
it may be a hard case to
crack. No other businesses
in the strip mall were
damaged.

Claire Metz is the WESH2
News bureau chieffor
Volusia and Flagler counties.


and-run accident that left a
manl dead on the North
Causeway. A passerby
found the body of Glen
Gtagnon, 42, of Edagewater.
1lc oflt Nnc eC 1)se-
way near the shoulder
shortly after midnight on a
recent Saturday morning.
An autopsy shows R ll
Gagnon died of blunt force
trauma, and evidence from
the scene suggests he was
hit and left on the roadside.


Tax revenue down in
Halifax area

The economy is certainly
impacting local business.
Bed taxes in the Daytona
Beach area are down more
than 5 percent from last
year, and in September, the
picture was gloomier, with a
drop of 30 percent. The .
Halifax taxing district rehies
on the money for tourism
marketing, and a portion of
the money is helping to
fund the Ocean Center
expansion, which is the
area's convention center.

Speedway lays off 50
emp 0yeeS
WESH 2 learned that
International Speedway
Corporation has recently
laid off workers for perhaps
the first time in more than a
decade. ISC owns 12 tracks


around the country,
including Daytona Interna-
tional Speedway. ISC
spokesman Wes Harris said
50 employees lost their jobs
aorrqa y-witdhe ard atsleeast
were at Daytona. ISC
employs just over 1,000
people at the various tracks,
and though they said
they've been able to keep
job cuts at under 5 percent
so far, their are no guaran
tees. ISC officials said they
are loathe to lose any
workers, and though they
said they have been reces-
sion-resistant for decades,
they are not recession-
proof.

Bus driver suspended

Officials with the Volusia
County School District will
recommend a 20-day,
unpaid suspension and re-
training for a bus driver
accused of deliberately
stopping the bus on
railroad tracks with stu-
dents aboard. Parents and
kids from Campbell Middle
School in Daytona Beach
were outraged earlier this
month when they said the
driver threatened to
abandon the students on
the tracks because they
wouldn't quiet down.
School officials said surveil-
lance video shows the
driver backed off the tracks
when she saw a train
coming, but they said she
did threaten to leave the


vehicle. Officer Selander's
actions are under internal
review, and the Sheriff's
Office is doing its own
review to see if Vickery, who

di ci lind beas fhis
actions *

Bank robber
arrested

Daytona Beach Shores
Police arrested a man they
say robbed a SunTrust Bank
on Atlantic Avenue south of
Dunlawton. They said Kurt
Hetrick, 32, who lives just
two blocks from the bank,
scribbled a note outside
that said he wanted all the
nioney and that he had a
gun. Investigators said he
passed the note to the teller,
then took off, using a
skateboard to make his
getaway. Some local
restaurant employees
recognized Mr. Hetrick's
picture from surveillance
video, and police stopped
the suspect outside his
home. They tellWESH that
Mr. Hetrick confessed and
said he used some of the
money to buy drugs. They
recovered the other half of
the stolen cash.

Police searching for
hit-and-run suspect

Police in New Smyrna
Beach said they are follow-
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Ponce Inlet, as well as parts
of Daytona Beach and Port
Orange. The two candidates
were so close it led to a
recount, and Ms. Epps
conceded with Mr. Wagner
ahead by just 88 votes. It's
clear residents thought
highly of both candidates
and struggled to decide
who could better represent
them. Mr. Wagner said he's
anxious to put his stamp on
events that impact Volusia
County.

Officer and sergeant
under revieW

WESH should learn this
week what, if any, discipline
a Ponce Inlet police officer
could face after he allegedly
went easy on a sheriff's
d puty who had been
deip king. Authorities said
Ponce Inlet Officer Chris
Selander, a 10-year veteran,
didn't give Volusia County
Sheriff's Sergeant Kenneth
Vickery a DUI, even though
Vickery admitted he was
drunk
According to the report
Officer Selander submitted
he saw Sgt. Vickery swery- *
ing all over South Atlantic
Avenue. Selander wrote that
Vickery was belligerent and
admitted he was so drunk,
he couldn't read his tag
number. WESH obtained an

dilicoe vehire ad offi er
Selander repeatedly tellS
bthe dkebputy hsees givq him a
law enforcement. Selander
is heard telling Vickery he
doesn't want to jeapordize
the sergeant's career and
has never given ano her
officer a ticket. Selander is
also heard losing his
patience as Vickery contin-
ues to argue with him,
telling Vickery he can smell
alcohol and has seen an
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place breast side down on a
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side up the last half hour of

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basting is necessary. Tear
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'tlgo e.
nFor a large tkey rphice
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brown in skillet. Drain and
set aside. Add canola oil to
skillet. Saute onion, celery
and turkey liver.* Add
seasonings.
Return sausage to pan
and cook a few minutes. In a
large bowl, break bread up
into small pieces. ,
Add sausage mixture and '
broth. Mix thoroughly.
Taste. Add more salt if
necessary. Cool and stuff
turkey or cook in casserole
as explained in turkey

ree er can be discarded or
added, raw, to cooled
stuffing. It will cook in the
baking.


CORN CASSEROLE
serVeS 4
regular and low fat
1 14.75-ounce can each of
whole kernel corn
(drained) and creamed
corn
1 egg or equivalent
amount of egg substitute
1/2-cup each sugar and
flour
Salt and pepper
1/2-cup milk, regular,
low-fat or skim, or
undiluted evaporated


skim milk
2 tablespoons butter or
butter substitute
Mix corns together in
large casserole. Whisk
together remaining ingredi-
ents, reserving butter. Blend
into corn mixture. Dot with
butter. Bake at 350 for one
hour.

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east occasionally and
roast until done. Remove
foil about 1/2 hour before
for a crispy, crackly skin.
If you choose to stuff the
turkey, be sure the stuffing
is cooled first; bacteria can
grow when you place hot
stuffing into a cold bird.
Loosely stuff both the body
and neck cavity; the stuffing
will swell as the bird cooks.
Close the openings with
turkey skewers and string.
Tie wings and legs and then

pack ge
SFo31 Tanksgiving last year
we chose a 20-pound bird.
To free the oven for the
vegetables, I tried an old
method and timed it
Put the turkey, tented with
foil, in a 200-degree oven at
10 p.m. the night before. At
10 a.m., turn oven to 325-
degrees, roast about two
hours or until a meat
thermometer inserted in the
thigh registers between 170

t me ac~codi t sicze wastee

o eeults: a tender, juicy
bird. You can also remove
the turkey from the oven in
the morning and put it back
into a pre-heated oven two
hours before you plan to


serve
For an end result that is
easier for serving and lower
in fat, place stuffing in a
large covered casserole
rather than in the bird. Put
in oven the last hour and
baste with a squirt or two of
turkey drippings. De-fat
drippmngs with ice cubes
and make gravy as iristruct-
ed in previous columns.


TURKEY' STUFFING

Enough for a large turkey,
22 pounds or more; the
leftovers freeze great'

1 pound pork sausage
(roll)
4 large onions, chopped
6 large stalks celery,

1 tbsp. canola oil
Turkey liver, chopped
(optional)
2 teaspoons sage
2 teaspoons salt
1/2-teaspoon black
pepper 1
2 tablespoons chopped
parsley
1 large loafwhite bread
2 cups chicken broth,
canned or homemade

Break up sausage and


Hhdacoboel smart shoppers.

special at the end of the
column
It's turkey time, again. Any
brand of turkey is good; it's
how you cook it that will
determine its moistness.
For my turkey, I make my
German Aunt Margie's
sausage stuffing. According
to my daughter-in-law, Lisa,
"It should be patented!"
Roasting your first turkey
can be a terrifying cooking
experience; just pretend it's
a very large chicken.
To go with the turkey, look
for many vegetable recipes
next week including
mashed potatoes, candied
yam, mashed rutabaga and
German s ye sp nach and

pies and fruit.
Make as many foods as
possible a day or two before
the big day to make your life
easier.
If you're reading this
column, you have some-
thing to be thankful for.
Have a blessed Thanksgiv-
mng.

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and that it was good.
Let's start with a little
history.
The Internet has been
around for almost 40 years.
It started when the U.S.
Defense Department hired
the Advanced Research
Projects Agency to create a
computer network that
would be impervious to
nuclear attack. The result
was ARPANET, a bunch of
computers connected to
each other with no single
computer in charge. This
way, if the Commies (we '
were in the heart of the Cold
War at this time) ever
decided to nuke us, the
computer network would
still work.
I guess one benefit of the


Then someone got the idea
to link the two networks;
and voila, the Internet was
born,
The concept of the
Internet is truly incredible
and gives definition to the
term "information age.
At the click of a button, all
of the world's accumulated
knowledge is available to
anyone who knows where to
look.
If knowledge is power,
then anyone with a comput-
er "on the wire" is now
potentially a very powerful
someone.
The early 1990s brought a
new era to the Internet. This
was when ordinary people
were allowed access without
having to go through a
military computer or a
university system.
Suddenly, everyone could
have an e-mail address and
search databases once
accessible only by scientists,
historians and military
personnel,
Also, the decentralized
approach of computer
networking has led to
advances such as the World
Wide Web, a way to
exchange information with
words, sounds, video and


pictures.
Never before in history
have people had access to
such an incredible aniount
of information,
Children can find help
with their homework as well
as play games with people
in other parts of the world,
kind of like pen pals with' a
high-tech twist.
Adults can do investment
research online, take a
college class from their own
homes or even see their
grandchildren take their first
steps as they talk ort a video
phone call.
The list goes on and on.
The thing to remember
about the Internet is that it
is boundless. There is no
central agency running the
show, nor are there any
limits. It is a constantly
evolving medium.
We can only guess where
the Internet will take us
next, but we can rest.
assured, the Internet is here
to stay, even in the event of a
nuclear war.

Sean McCar-thy fixes
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reached at (772) 408-0680 or
help @CornputeThisOnline. c
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the Internet?" she asked.
"I've gotten along without it
for all these years, why
should I spend my time
learning my way around the
Internet when I can pick up
an encyclopedia or go to a
library and find out whatev-


took me completely
M e-iesqetoby surprise.
She asked such a basic
question, I was at a loss how
to respond to her. I thought
the answer was obvious,
"Why should I bother with


Internet is that in the event
of a nuclear war, you will
still get your e-mail.
In the 1980s, universities
and the scientific communi-
ty wanted a way to share
information with each other
and ARPANET was the ideal
way to go about it.
Unfortunately, the
military had way too many
security measures. Scien-
tists and universities just
wanted to share data, not
worry about passwords and
security.
The National Science
Foundation went oq to
create its own network using
the same decentralized
approach as ARPANET. Thus
NSFNet was born.
For a while the two
networks coexisted nicely.


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STAR SCOPES
James Tucker
Week of 11-14-2008
Aries-March 21-April 19
The main reason for your
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we approach Tan giving,
make it a special point to
show this thanks. With your
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FRIDAY, NOV. 14
*Christmas Bazaar: The
Epiphany Council of Catholic
Women will host this event
from 8 a.m.-2 p.m., today and
Saturday, at Church of the
Epiphany Father Smith Hall,
2 Larfayette St. Port Oran e.
bake sale and face painting
(Saturday only) will be avail-
able. Lunch will be served. For

*Rummage sale: This event
will be held from 8 a.m.-4
p.m., today and Saturday, at
Unitarian Universalist Church,
56 N. Halifax Drive, Ormond
Beach. Jewelry, furniture,
books, art, appliances, clothing
and tools will be available. A
bag sale will be held at 1 p.m'
on Saturday. Refreshments will
be served. For more mnforma-
tion, eall 386 8n-8 Sock
Hop: The Port Orange South
Daytona? Chamber of Coi-
merce will host this fundraiser
from 6-10 p.m. at the Riverside
Pavilion, 3431 Ridgewood
Ave., Port Orange. Hors d' oeu-
yres by Carefree Catering,
dancing and music by Mister
DJ, cash bar with J&T Bartend-
ing and photo ops with Lynd-
sey Roberts Photography will
be featured. A silent
auction will include items such
as a 26-inch HDTV (valued at
$495), weekend getaways,
one week at Shores Club
Condo, gift baskets, restaurant
certificates and gift items. This
is a casual attire~event; poodle
skirts and saddle oxfords are
welcome. Tickets cost $25 and
will be available at the door.
~For more information, call
(386) 761-1601.
*Halifax Social Club event:
This social event open to the
public will be held at 5:30 p.m.
at Aquarium Restaurant and
Nightclub for an open house
meet and greet. There is no
charge to attend. For more
information, call (386) 589- ;
564 or visit www.halifaxso-
cia cu.com.
*Smngles Dance: This event
is held at 8 p.m. at the Moose
Club, 601 W. Granada Blvd.,
Ormond Beach. DJ Dave
Blasko provides the music. The
dance is for the 50 and older
crowd. The cost is $7. For more
information, call (386) 255-
220Z

SATURDAY, NOV. 15

*Welcome Reception for
Wayne Miller: This event will
Sbe held from 6-7 p.m. for Mr.
Miller's exhibit "Photographs
1941-1958: Wayne Miller," on
display Nov. 15-Feb. 113 at
Southeast Museum of P~hotog-
raphy, 1200 International
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rate sponsorships to pay
for the building materials
and entrance fee. They are
also encouraged to pull a
team together of imagina-
tive architects, energetic
designers and capable c~ar-
penters, so to speak.
For consistency, all
entrants will be supplied
with a set of gingerbread
directions, which includes
recipes and dimension
requirements.
Patrons of the mall
will have the opportu-
nity to stroll through
this miniature town,
marveling at the crafts.
manship and enjoying
the whistle of model
trains, reminiscent of a
bygone time.
"Gingerbread Magic will
be a holiday adventure
down memory lane and
will create new memories
for everyone to~ cherish,"
said Mar](ke Guild, this
year's Gingerbread Magic
co-chair. ~"Daytona Beach
West Rotary Club sponsors
this annual event to raise


cl aritable dollars and to
create a visual delight of an
old fashioned Christmas
for all to enjoy."
Ms. Guild also
said the club is cur-
rently recruiting
members of tle

involved in this fun
and fulfilling proj.
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the exhibit and select their
favorite creation.
Funds raised from the
Gingerbread Magic project
will benefit United Cere-
bral Palsy of East Central
Florida, Stewart March-
man and other Rotary
charities. The beneficiaries
of funds must participate
in the event by donating
rime, resources or volun-
tee rs*
Prior to` the public .
unveiling, there will` be a
Preview Gala at 6:30 p.m.,
Sunday, Nov. 23. This
large- scale open
house for a small-
scale tour ,. of the
neighborhood allows
guests to be the first to,see
the exhibit and to eat,
drink and be merry.
To order tickets early, call
(386) 214-0085 or (386)
299-4051.
To make a donation or to
register as a builder, call
(386) 214-0085 or 1)386]
299-4051 or visit tdie Web
site www.gingerbreadmag-
ic.com.


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With visions of sug-
arplums dancing in their
heads, the Rotary Club
Gingerbread Magic com-
mittee is planning a
ground-breaking ceremo-
ny. Those interested in
receiving building permit
to become part of this idyl-
Hec neighborhood should
continue reading.
This fanciful community
of dozens of edifices will
be on display for pne
month in the Volusia Mall.
"We are excited to again
partner with the Daytona
Beach West Rotary Club in
this worthy fundraising
event," Mandy York, mar-
keting director for Volusia
Mall said. "It was very suc-
cessful last year."
From Nov. 23 through
Dec. 24, the second annual
Rotary Gingerbread Magic
event will be on display at
the JC Pennby~ cou rt in the
mall. "Builders" are
encouraged to seek corpo-


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nies, organizations and
individuals sponsor the
gingerbread buildings. A
$1,000 cash prize will be
awarded for first place and
other cash prizes for sec-
ond and third places. A
special prize will be given
for the People's Choice
Award. Voting takes place
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Ave., Ormond Beach, and
from 1-5 p.m., Nov. 14, at
Inlet Harbor, 13~3 Inlet
Harbor Road, Ponce Inlet.
For more information,
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
frorn 7-11 p~m. Frappes is
located at' 123 W. Granada
Blvd..in Ormond Beach.
The next wine tasting will
be held at 6 p.m., Tuesday,
Nov. 11, with two whites
and twog reds and compli-
mentary appetizers for all
vintages. To make reserva-
tions, call (386) 615-4888
or visit the Web site at


wwyefrappesnorth.com.
*The Garlic: Jazz and
blues musicians perform
seven days a week. Thom
Chambers hits the stage
from 6-10 p.m., Monday
and Exesday. Special
guests premiere each .
Wednesday. Mark Hodg-
son performs at 6 p.m.
each Thursday and Friday
and at 7 p.m. Saturday
and Sunday. The Garlic is
located at 556 E. Third
Ave., New Smyrna Beach.
For more information, call
(386) 424-6660.
. HotSpot Coffee
Shoppe: A music and
open mic event with hosts
Bob Wind and Charlie
Poplees is held from noon

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*Axe N Shield Pub and
Grill: Mandy Brooke will
perform from 8 p.m. to
midnight, Friday, Nov. 14,
at 2400 S. Atlantic Ave.,
Daytona Beach Shores.
For more information, call
(386) 492-291 6.
*Bank & Blues Club:
Daytona Blues Society
"True Blues" Live Jam
open jam session is held
from 8 p.m.-1 a.m. each
Wednesday at 701 Main
St., Daytona Beach. This
nonprofit group is dedi-
cated to preserving and
spreaditig the love of
blues music. For more
information ~and a full
events schedule, visit the
Wjeb site atwww.Dayton-
aBluesSociety.org.
*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)~ 615-4727 or
visit the Web site at
www. cuveeoceanside. com

*Five O'Clock Charley:
This band will perform
from 7-10 p.m., Nov. 14
and Nov. 19, at Julian's
Landmark, 88 S. Atlantic


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way Indiana State Competition
and was a finalist in the
Stravinsky Awards International
Piano Competition. Admission
is $5 at the door and free to
students with Embry-Riddle ID.
This concert is part of the Arts &
Letters Series. For more mnfor-
motion, visit
http://erau.edu/arts or call
(386) 226-6668.
*Giant yard and bake sale:
This event will be held from 8
a.m.-2 p.m. at 383 Prince
Charles Court, Port Orange.
Proceeds will benefit the Day-


tona Beach Chapter
of Gainesville Rabbit Rescue.
*Chinese Auction: This
event will be held at Holy Dor-
Smition Byzantine Catholic
Church, 17 Buckskin Lane,
Ormond Beach. Doors will
Open at 11 a.m.; the auction
will start at 1 p.m. Admission is
$5, with 10 prize tickets. Free
coffee and cake will be served
during intermission. For more
information, call (386) 673-
1856 or (386) 788-4451i.
*Holiday Tea: The Pilot Club
of the Halifax Area will hold
this annual event from 1:30-
3:30 p.m. at the Anderson-
Price Memorial Building, 42 N.
Beach St., Ormond Beach.
Music will be provided by Brad
Yates, and raffle prizes will be
available. Tickets cost $10. For
more information, call (386)
253-4869 or send on e-mail to
graff~cindyanne@hotmail.com.
*The Halifax Consort con-
cert: Daytona State College's
resident early music ensemble
will perform at 2 p.m. in the
New Smyrna Beach Regional
Library auditorium, 1001 S.
Dixie Freeway. Ensemble
members perform in period
costumes and play replica
instruments including the
recorder, krummhorn, viol,
harpsichord and percussion.
Often the group performs liter-
ary works from such writers as
Shakespeare, highlighting the
music heard during their time
and within their literature.
Members include current and

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sional fields. This free "Live in
the Library"' performance is
sponsored by Friends of the
New Smyrna Beach Regional
Library. For more information,
call (386) 424-2910.
*A Celebration of the Indi-
an River Lagoon: Marine Dis-
covery Center will host an
open house from 10 a.m.-3
p.m. at 162 N. Causeway, New
Smyrna Beach. A ribbon cut-
ting ceremony for the new Dis-
covery Trail will be held at 10
a.m. Estuary Explorations will
take place from 10:30
a.m.-l:30 p.m., along with Oys-
ter Bash, Mangrove Mlania and
Feeding Frenzy. Eco exhibits,
kayak tours, eco tours and
kayak rodeo also will be fea-
tured. The inaugural Cardboard
Boat Race will start, at 1:45
p.m., followed by a Kayak
Poker Run at 2:30 p.m. Food
and beverage 'will be pr~ovid-
ed. For more information, call .
(386) 286-428-4828.
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Beach. For more information,
call (386) 506-4475.
*Piano concert: Pianist Jami_
la Tekalli will perform at 7:30
p.m. at Daytona State College
Theater Center, 1200 W. Inter-
national Speedway Blvd., Day-
tona Beach. This classical
pianist took first place in the
Yamaha Piano State Competi-
tion, won the Collegiate Stein-


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American Legion Post 285 will
collect toys for Gifts of Love to
be distributed to local children
at Christmas. Registration will
be held at 8 a.m. at 2102 S.
Ridgewood Ave., Suite 3, Edge-
water, with last bike out at 9
a.m. Each hand will cost $10,
including food. At the end of
the ride, there will be door
prizes and raffles for items such
as a scooter and three $100


gas cards. Participants may
bring a new, unwrapped gift for
children ages infant to 18. Toys
may be dropped off at the
Edgewater branch of Riverside
Bank or Legion Post 285. For
more information, call (386)
427-8524.

SUNDAY, NOV. 16 ,

*Daytona Beach Comic &


Toy Show: This third event will
be held from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. at
the Holiday I'nn & Suites, 930 N.
Atlantic -Ave., Daytona Beach.
Fifteen vendors will sell comics
and toys at this buy-sell-trade
show. GCuests will include local
artists and writers for comics,
including john Beetty who has
inked comics for Marvel and

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Show will be held from 6-9
p.m. at the Hilton Hotel in Day-
tona Beach. WNA is a grant-
funded,~ nonprofit, Volusia
County Schools program
designed to provide after-
school and summer camp
enrichment activities and tutor-
ing to 138 targeted children
and a multitude of community
outreach events, programs and
activities for families and
adults. The fashion show will
feature VCS school administra-
tors and local celebrities and
business folks. Also, Forough
Hosseini 'will receive WNA
annual Achievement-Apprecia-
tion Award. The WNA founder
and spearhead, Westside Ele-
mentary School's' principal Judi
Winch, along with the advisory-
marketing team has raised
funds for the "Fieldf of Dreams,"
which` includes tennis courts,
track, sod, irrigation, soccer
field, fitness park and a Field of
Dreams Dedication Park. For
more information, call (386)
274-3400, Ext 52453.
*Blues Brothers perform-
ance: This show will be held at
7 p.m. at the Ormond Beach
Performing Arts Ceniter. Special
guests will include the United
Brethren in Christ Church Band
and "A Dance for the Fallen Sol-
dier." Tickets cost $15. For more
information, call (386) 676-
3375.
*Adoption awareness and
celebration event: Communi-
ty Partnership for Children and
Calvary Christian Center will
host this event from 10 a~m. to
noon at Calvary Christian Cen-
ter, 1687 W. Granada Blvd.,
Ormond Beach. The keynote
speaker will be Renee Warren,
a 20-year-old former Volusia
County resident adopted in
2006 who will share her story
of adoption, which occurred
just a week before her 18th
birthday. Circuit judges Hubert
L. Grimes, Margaret W. Hudson
and Raul A. Zambrano also will
be on hand to finalize four
family adoptions. The program
will be followed with a ques-
tion/answer 'period and
exhibitor session. Additionally,
the event will feature a sneak
preview of the Heart Gallery, a
pictorial exhibit of children in


Volusia, Flagler and Putnam
counties who are currently
awaiting adoption. The event is
open to the public. For more
information, call (386) 238-
4945.
*Bird Festival: Participants
will learn more about the won-
der of bird migration from 10
a.m.-3 p.m. at the Marine Sci-
ence Center in Ponce Inlet for
the annual celebration of
migratory birds, nature and
conservation. Visitors of the
"Wings on the Wind" migratory
bird festival may participate in
classes and lectures about
migratory pirg, gi oratn
booths, childred4 diites
food and music. Admission to
the Marine Science Center will
be free all day. For more infor-
motion, visit the Web site
www.marinesciencecenter.co
m or call (386) 304-5545.
*Open Hangar Day: Time-
less Wings and Wheels will
present this event from 10
a.m.-4 p.m. at American Aero
Services, 333 South St., New
Smyrna Beach. World War II
bombers and fighter aircraft
will be on display. Participants
mayi bring pet food donations
for the Southeast Volusia;
.Humane Society. A K-9 demon-
stration by the Daytona Beach
K-9 Unit will be held at 1 p.m.
AII proceeds will benefit Time-
less Wl~ings and Wheels. For
more information, call (386) -
690-8557 or visit the Web site
at www.ti melesswingsa nd-
wheels.com.
*Craft and Bake Sale: Amer-
ican Legion Post 270 Auxiliary
Unit will host this sale from 9
a.m.-4 p.m. at 119 Howes St.,
Port Orange. A raffle and white
elephant table will be featured-
Proceeds will benefit a chil-
dren's Christmas party.
*Halifax Historical Society's
third Annual Gala Fund Rais-
er: This fundraising gala will be
held from 5-7:30 p.m. at the
River Lily Inn Bed & Breakfast. A
"Champagne Supper on the
Halifax"' will be held to support
the Halifax Historical Museum.
The fundraiser donation is $55
per person and is tax-
deductible. The guest list is lim-
ited to 100 people by reserva-
tions only; call (386) 255-6976
to attend-
*Fifth annual Toy Run:
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*Timmy Probst Memorial
Songwriters' Showcase: A $100
cash pnize will be awarded for
the best original song in the
categories of folk, tropical roc ,
country, easy listening or kids
music. This event, sponsored
by Clancy's Cantina and hosted
by local recording artist Dian
Marshall, will be held at 7 p.m-
at. Clancy's Cantina, 747 E.
Third Ave., New Smyrna Beach.
Music, food and songwriters
showcasing their best original
music will be featured. Pro-
ceeds will benefit th~e Timmy
Probst Helping Heart Music
Scholarship Foundation. To
apply for a performance slot
and to be included in the print-
ed program, call (386) 402-
4261 or (386) 689-5553.
*Soup R' Chili Cook-Off:
Ormond Beach Mainstreet will
present this annual event from
11 a.m.-3 p.m. at The Case-
ments Cultural Center in
Ormond Beach. Musical enter-
tainment will be provided by
"Reuben and the Lounge
Lizards," a wine/beer garden,
children's corner with blow-up
jumping castle, slide and
games will be featured.
Ormond's restaurants and chef
teams will compete andi serve
soup and chili. Soup R' Chili
judges are Ormond Beach
Mayor Fred Costello and the
City Commissioners. The $10
ticket price will include all-you-
can-eat soup or chili. Children
younger than 12 will be admit-
ted free. For more information,
call (386) 45 1-2 138.
*Family Print Shop for All
Ages: Participants will make
prints on the Museum of Arts &
Sciences' .200-pound printing
press from 1:30-3 p.m. at 352
S. Nova Road, Daytona Beach.
The cost is $15 per family for
members or $20 per family for
hon-members. Reservations
are required; call (386) 255.
0285 to register.
*Westside's Night Alive
Fundraiser: The fourth annual
Westside's Night Alive Banquet,
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will be held from 7 a.m.-4 p.m.
at Bert Fish Medical Center
Schildecker Lobby. Proceeds
will benefit Bert Fish Medical
Center.

ONGOING EVENTS

*A Taste of Wines: Port Royal
Caribbean Restaurant will host
'this event at 6:30 p.m. the sec-
ond Wednesday ofeach month
inside Pirates Cove Resort,
3501 S. Atlantic Ave., Daytona
Beach Shores. During this semi-
formal Rathering, four-course
meals wi 1 be served with wines
that complement each course.
A wine expert will teach facts
about each wine. Reservations
are required, and guests must
be 21 years old. The cost is $30
per person. Proceeds will bene-
fit the Children's Home Society.
To make reservations, call
(386) 788-3922.
*Bunko, Bridge and Poker:
New groups are starting at the
Port Orange Adults Center,
4790 Ridgewood Ave. Resi-
dents meet at 4 p.m. each Fri-
day to play games. For more
information, call (386) 761-
7633.
*Cracker Creek's Pirate
Cruise: Featuring the Pirates of
Spruce Creek, cruises' are held
at I p.m. each Saturday and
Sunday at 1795 Taylor Road,
Port Orange. Costumed pirates
create a live, interactive experi-
ence as young buccaneers
learn navigation, pirate
weaponry, knotting or rope
tying and pirate lingo, all the
while searching for the lost
treasure at Spruce Creek.
Pre-registration is required by
calling (386) 304-0778. Also,
the Snow White Cottage, a
near-replica as seen in the
1937 Walt Disney animated
classic "Snow White and the
Seven Dwarfs," is located on
thned c~ lea prprtCano
guided eco-history Pontoon
boat tours and golf cart tours of
the conservation nature trails
also are available. For more
information, visit the Web site
at www.OldnloridaPioneer.com
or send an e-mail to cracker-
creek ~Old Florida Pioneer.com.
*IMusic for Healinlg: Spon-
sored by the Port Orange Minis-
terial Association, "Music f or
Healing: Body, Mind and Spirit"
is held from 12:15-12:45 p.m.
each Wednesday at the All
Saints Lutheran Church, 751
Dunlawton Ave., Port Orange.
Musicians from local churches
and schools present mnstrumen-
tal music for peaceful ~contem-
plation, reflection, self-care and
meditation. At the Nov. 19
meeting, Susan Pitard Acree
and Rusty Baker will provide
the music. The public may
attend. Instrumental musicians
are needed. For more informa-


motion, visit
http://erau.edu/arts or call
(386) 226-6668.
*Temple Beth EI's Annual
Shopper's Night: This event
will take place from 5-9 p.m. at
579 N. Nova Road, Ormond
Beach. Cosmetics, jewelry,
kitchen and household items,
children's items, Holiday items
and a New York-style deli will
be available. Also, a raffle will
be held.
*'Surviving Holiday Stress':
This free program wi I be pre-
sented by Mary Teasley at 10:30
a.m. at the Museum of Arts &
Sciences, 352 S. Nova Road,
Daytona Beach. Refreshments
will be served at 10 a.m. Topics
will include realistic expecta-
tions, assertive communication,
delegating, having fun and
making good memories. Ms.
Teasley of Ponce Inlet is a certi-
fied life coach. For more infor-
mation, visit GuildMOAS.org.

WEDNESDAY, NOV. 19

*Irish Party: The Irish Ameri-
can Club of Greater Daytona
wl o a din r-rance t ub

In Daytona Beach. Entertain-
ment will be provided by
Tommy & Annette Doyle, play-
mng Irish and American music,
and a cash bar will be available,
Tickets cost $17 per person. For
reservations and tickets,
call (386) 788-1588 or,(386)
760- 1288.
*Free Safety & Health Busi-
ness Expo & Seminars: This
event will be held from 9 a.m.-
4 p.m. at 111e Plaza Resort &
Spa, 600 N. Atlantic Ave., Day-
tona Beach. Free seminars wil,!
include "OSHA Update,
"Lessons Learned, Storm Sea,,
son 2008" and "HR Update "
Exhibitors, samples, health
avaiabe sFo more i frw tiobe
visit www.sunshinesafety.org.
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Port Orange Elkhearts will host
this event at 11 a.m. at the Elks
Lodge, 5207 S. Ridgewood
Ave., Port Orange. Lunch will be
served at noon. Fall fashions
will be presented by Lily Pad.
Drawing f or raf fle and prizes
will be featured. The cost to
attend is a $10 donation. For
ticket information, call (386)
428-4575-

THURSDAY, NOV. 20
*Festival of Lights Opening
Gala: The Guild of Museum of
Arts & Sciences will sponsor a
champagne reception from 6-9
p.m. at 352 S. Nova Road, Day-
tona Beach. Holiday 'trees and
wreaths and a silent auction
will be available. The cost is
$35, which includes refresh-
ments, fashion show and musi-
cal entertainment. For reserva-
tions, cGIl(386) 44 1-4589.
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*'Thp Violence of Hate'
presentation: Jack Levin will
host this free event at 7 p.m. at
Miller Instructional Center audi-
torium at Embry-Riddle Aero-
nautical University. Dr. Levin,
professor of sociology and
criminology at Northeastern
University in Boston and author
of "Why We Hate," will. share his
insights on the nature of hate
crimes and the climate that
nurtures them on college cam-
puses. Co-sponsored by the
Diversity Initiativ'es Office, this
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information, ca~ll (386) 426i-
6133.
*WineStyles events: At
the Shoppes of~lorketown,
1665 Dunilawt~on Ave., Suite
105, Port Orange, a weekly
tasting is held frolm 5:30-8
p~m. each Thursdayr, open
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*Venetian BayTown and
CounRtryr lub: Party in the
Park is held from 1-5 p.m.
the third Saturday of each
month at 424 Luna Bella
Lane, New~'smyrna Beach.
""Rellood"" wil perform, and
barbe~cue bykf James
hlcCulccloug an~d line
dancing demo s by The
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wnil~ be featured Nov. 15.
Lawn chairs are suggested;
no coolers. Admission is
free. Also, a farmers'
market is held from 8
a.m.-1 p~m. each Saturday
at the town center. For
more information, call
(386) 428-8448.
*The Vin'Yard: A Ioliday
Open House will be held
from 5-7 p.m., Thursday,
Nov. 20, at 1395 W. Grana-
da Blvd., Ormond Beach. A
dozen different wines wil
be tasted, all of which are
suitable for Thanlrk;giving/
holiday meals. Wines will
be light, pleasant and easy
to drink. Food sarmples
also will be fea~tured. There
is no charge to attend. For
more Infrmat~rrrion,, call
(386) 672-52,
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tnatings are held from 4-7
p~m. each Friday at 636
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different wines. Acoustic
performances are provid-
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sialsa lessEons are given at 8
p.m. each Thursdayr, with
open salsa dancing. held
from 93 p.m.-1 a.rn. For
more information, call
(386) 423-2727 or visit the
Web site atwww theom-
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*Ormond Beach Eagles
NVo.3800: Games are
Played at noon each
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jackpot and door prizes
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Wednesday, Nov. 19 at the Town Council meeting chambers. The Ponce Inlet: resident's
sculptures will be on display for bid and auction. Proceeds will be a pI~ed to creating a
bronze rendition of the bust of Ms. Epps. For more information, call (36) 322-9834,


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Friday, November 14, 2008


B6i Port orange/Ponce Inl~et L L__


Hometown News


twinkling lights in his
honor. Again, I'll probably
go to my parents.
I know this is going to be
a sad time, but it comes so
soon after Roy's death and
I think it will just be part
of the grieving process I'm
going through, trying to
figure out what to do with
the rest of my life, includ-
ing special days.
Jan. 4 would have been


For me think kepi it
will be the best for me. I'll
catch up on my work,
whiich is always therapeu-
tic, and continue the
massive filing proj ect I
began last summer. I'll
m vis anmde a'I nrI have
learned that cryinghis a

grievmng process.
That's my plan. Next
week, I'll share recommen-
dations from Jackie
N~ardone of Tr~easure Coast
Hospice on things that
may help you get through
a difficult time.

Shelley Koppel is the
former editor of "Today's
HealthCare" magazine and
a member of the National
Association ofScience
Writers. E-mail questions
to skopp el@b ellsouth.net.


This is the first ofa two-
part column.

ach year I've written
from an expert about
coping with holiday grief.
This year is no different;
that column will appear
next week.
This week, I thought I'
write about what I'm
planning to do in this first


Roy and I made Thanks-
giving dinner for my mom
and dad for the last few
years. It was kind of funny,
because Roy, having grown
up in Britamn, didn't really
consider Thanksgivmng a
ho seta lovely table and

d ntgs Ru oy anve b n-ng
the turkey out and we ate
at our table overlooking
the lake. I had even begun
an after dinner concert
with some of the songs I
was working on.
As late as July, Roy and I
were still planning to do
that this year. With Roy's
death in September, I
know that I don't really
want to do that this year. I
think it will be too hard. I
will spend the day with my
parents and we'll impro-
vise dinner or bring it in, as


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in marching band festivals.
The next performance by
the Spruce Creek Banlds,
Orchestra and Color Guard
will be at the annual prism
concert at 7:30 p.m., Thurs-
day, Dec. 18, at Our Lady of
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my mother isn't really up
to cooking.
We'll probably do
crossword puzzles as we
often do when the three of



nomy lved Christmas and
he was in charge of it.
Growing up Jewish,
Christmas was not a part
of my tradition, but my
parents were married on
Christmas Day, so Roy and
C mr t a co in say

dintn as basically a repeat
of Thanksgiving, except
that we added Christmas
crackers, those English
novelties that you pull
open to get a surprise. We
often listened to music;
Roy loved Pavarotti and we
would listen to him sing.
Sometimes I sang, too,
althoilgh not as well as
Pavarotti. .
Roy did the decorations
and I was the assistant. I
don't really feel like doing
that this year, but I will put
up a small tree with


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strongest assets. The others
are honesty and persever-
ance. Stand up for your
beliefs and refuse to back
down when you know you
are night. Continue to be up
front with others and com-
municate how you feel. You
never accept less than the
best in yourself. Others draw
strength from your courage.

Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18
There are many new oppor-
tunities coming into your
life right now. Why? Because
of all the positive changes
you have created with fami-
ly and work. This gives you
several new choices in your
actions and results. Change
is possible that will greatly
please you and keep you
moving forward. It's time for
focus and action.

Pisces-Feb. 19-M~larch 20
You handle distractions with
grace and ease. Remember
that behind the storm, the
sun still shines. Your creative
flow is coming into a new
higher level. Keep expand-
ing your circle of influence
and responsibility and you
will be amazed at how your
brilliance and tenacity will
amaze others, including
yourself. Follow through and
all will be well.

A voice of hope
visit me at the Pineapple
Festival in Jensen Beach ~Fri-
day through Sunday, Nov.
14-16.
Visit my new Web site per-
sonalspiritguide.com and
sign up for a free weekly
inspirational message.
Have a starry week, every-
one.


progress.

Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov. 21
You always gide 100 per-
cent, especially when your
heart is in it. This is the key
for your present and future
success. If your heart~ isn't in
it, don't do it. Refuse to
allow the world to back you
in a corner. This is para-
mount to your happiness,
abundance and joy. Contin-
ue to move your dreams
forward and enjoy tremen-
dous success.

Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. ~21
Recent success makes you
want even more. Just be
sure to finish what you start.
Your strong earthly ground-
ing is a major factor in your
success. Your high spirit
drives you even more. Keep
it as simple as possible.
Don't bite off more than you
can chew. A written plan
and positive affirmations is
the key to continued joy.

Capricorn-Dec.22Z-Jan. 19
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From page BI
provide you with a number
of opportunities to advance
your life and career. You will
see new ways to use your
many~ talents. Your loyalty
and hard work is legion.
Your light continues to
shine. Keep creating new
plans and stay focused on
your goals. Follow your gut
instinct when all else fails
and emerge victorious over
life.

Libra-Sept. 23-Oct. 22
Your continued belief in oth-
ers is the spark that keeps
you moving and going in
the right direction. You need
little policing because you
are what justice is all about-
You always sense the right
thing to do and then you do
it, even when faced with
large challenges. Keep
focused on your top priori-
ties and nothing will slow
you down or halt your


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Universities from as far
away as Virgin~ia are actively
working to devise a plan to
prolong the health of the
Indiin River.
As fishermen numbers
declined on the Halifax, they
exploded onto the redfish-
rich Indian. With waters as
green and clear as the Keys,
the estuary appears to be
healthy, but the damages of
overuse are evident to those
of us who fish it.
The little fishing village of
Oak Hill has done a good job
in himiting growth, but you
can be sure that developers
are only waiting for their
chance at the miles of pris-
tine shoreline. Which way it


goes will depend on the
stewardship of the~ county
and the towns along its
banks. It is probably too late
for the Halifax, but please,
let's save the Indian.
Take the time to let your
elected officials know that
we treasure that waterway
and don't want it harmed.

Dan Smith haEs fished the
waters of Volusia County for
40 years. When he's not psh-
ing, the retired contractor is
heavily involved with the
Ormond Beach Historical
Tr~ust. For questions or com-
ments send an e-mail to
apesl23@mybluelight.com.


rPiver. This is evidenced by
the sickly thick foam that
floats on the basin and lines
the shore. The other cities
are just as guilty.
At this writing, the Halifax
is several feet above normal
due to the run off from Trop-
ical Storm Fay. Lawn fertiliz-
ers, pesticides, auto drip-
pings and worse were
washed into the river and
trapped there by the poor
flow that has resulted from
careless bridge construc-
tion.
Fay was in August, and
still there is no sign of that
nasty brown water leaving.
This happens each time the
area receives any substan-


tial amount of rain. Most of
the fish have left. Soon the
river will be unable to sup-
port any marine life.
In the past 30 years, I have
seen the number of fisher-
men on the river decline,
though the number of boats
registered in the county
jumped significantly. A
major effort of state and fed-
eral government could
restore the Halifax, but no
one seems interested.
That is not true of the
Indian River. Government
and private studies abound
concerning the care and use
of the Indian River Lagoon,
which extends' from Ponce
south to the Stuart area.


P oc ne stegateway to two rivers.
To the north is eth
historic Halifax and di e
south the legendary Idan.

Besof theeiAmtlpa iicand oth
lres o serious trouble
aTh shorter of the two, the
Halifax, which was connect-
ed to the Matanzas River in
the late 1800s, has suffered a
serious decline in water
quality for decades. As the
population grew mn eastern
Volusia County, ~the Halifax
lost its sea grasses and most
of its living shellfish and
man roves. Now the bot-
tom is mostly sludge that
will support little life.


Years of dumping nutri-
ent-rich treated water from
Daytona Beach, Holly Hill
and Ormond Beach has
ended any hope of a natural
recovery. Those of us who
fish the Tomoka Basin area
know that at least twice a
year, the Ormond Beach
waste water treatment plant
is cleaned, and phosphate-
rich waste is dumped into
the canals that feed the


Warner Christian and Trinity
Christian academies. Over
the past seven years, Florida
Health Care Plans' has
donated. more than $30,000
to high school athletics in
Volusia and Flagler counties
as part of the FunCoast clas-
sic events.
Florida Health Care Plans
is a community-owned,
nonprofit healthcare organi-
zation serving residents of
Volusia and Flagler counties.

For Hometown News


Mainland, Seabreeze and
Spruce Creek high schools
and Calvary Christian Acad-
emy. The west teams feature
players from N;ew Smyrna
Beach and Taylor high
schools and Trinity Christ-
ian and Warner Christian
academies.
During the year, more
than 1,000 college coaches
will be invited to scout Volu
sia and Flagler counties'
finest athletes at the events.
In support of holiday
community food drives,
everyone attending the Fun-


Coast Football Classic at
Municipal Stadium on
Thursday, Dec. 11 is asked to
make a canned food dona-
tion.
SThe FunCoast Volleyball
Classic will be held at 7p.m.'
Friday, Nov. 14, at Spruce
Creek High School.
All F no st cClassics are
fee totep bi.
Last year, Florida Health
Care Plans presented the
Five Star Conference with a
donation of jlist over $3,300
with additional donations
going to Father Lopez,


3282.

PAL to hold competi-
give basketball try-
OutS

Port Orange Police Athlet-
ic League will hold tryouts
for boy's and girl's 10u, 12u
and 14u competitive basket-
ball teams at 6 p.nt., Satur-
day, Nov. 15, ~a the Port
Orange City Gymr.
For more information, call
(386) 756-5325.


*


Photo courtesy of Austin Tse
The Port Orange Mitey Mites Hawks have gone undefeated this season (8-0), winning the Eastern Division and the
honor as Eastern Champions (Beast of the East)of Mid Florida Pop Warner. The last time a Port Orange Mitey Mite Hawk
has gone undefeated in the regular season was in 1996. The Hawks played in a bowl game Nov. I against Pine Hills Tro-
jans (7-1), which are the South Division Champions. The Mitey Mites team includes William Walter, Timothy Bergmann,
Saxon Brown, Carson King, Jace Atwood, Jacob Porto, Jaret Blake, Thomas Burns, Kyle Minckler, Glary Zalich, Joshua
Tse, David Youkon, David Castro, Tristan Willard, Nicholas Eastman, Jacob Dryden, Nicholas Youkon, Christian Bennett,
Brett Krafft, Mark Chrisley, Lucas Gibson, John Baller, Joshua Levy, Ryan Shelton, Austin Wetherell, James, McKenna 11,
Jarrett Barnes, Cameron Cole, Devan Harris and Dalton Church. For more information, visit
the Web site at www.poyfa.com. I_


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begin Nov. 14
Florida Health Care Plans
will host the FunCoast Clas-
sic games for the 2008-2009
school year. The FunCoast
Classics showcase the best
high school seniors in Volu-
sia and Flagler counties and
include volleyball (girls),
football and basketball (girls
and boys).
The east teams for each
event consist of players from
Atlantic, Father Lopez,


VFW to host iof
tournament

Veterans of Foreign Wars
Post 3282 will host the inau-
gural Veterans' Day Golf
Tournament Saturday, Nov.
22 at Crane Lakes Golf
SCourse, with an 8 a.m. shot-
g start
The cost is $40 per person
and $18 for Crane Lake Club
members
Lunch, beer, prizes,
awards and 50/50 rafne will
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glass & light oak, $40,
2x4 lay in Ceiling Tiles
(13), $5ea, 386-756-8338
DAYBED with Trundle-
light oak wood, twin size,
1 new firm/1 old mattress
$200, 386-299-6372 Vol
DINING ROOM Set- w/
leaf, bench & 6 chairs,
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DINING SET 4 chairs, 2
leaves. Beautiful Must
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matching hutch, $200,
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DININGROOM SETS- 1
set wlbar & 2 chairs, 1
set w/ 4 chairs, good con-
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DOG CAR Seat- fits in
seat belt, for small dog to
see out window, clean,
$50, 16-819a-35r7e0 V hld-

collector, by Lee Middle
ton Co. new in box, 20"
long $70, 386-304-9822
DOORS, French- stained
wood set, 30"x83", wl5
rectangular glass panels,
$100, 386-672-4978 Vol

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EVENRUDE- 3hp, $50.
Assorted stainless st e
386-253-0955 Vol
MXERCISoElG EQU P
num, $75, 386-451-5785
EXERCISER- "The
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FLOOR CLEANER-
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or wood floors, like new.
$50, 386-671-6805 Vol
FOOD DEHYDRATOR-
Nutri-Flow, w/9.5 sq ft
dryng~ area, dishwasher
safe $100, 386-847-4541
FREEZER Upright Ken-
more. Like new 5cf. $75
386-423-0561
FUTON FRAME- full
size, metal, $50,
386-254-4814 Vol
FUTON- cream mattress
/cover, blk metal, $85, Di-
ningtable stonelmetal
$100, 386-423-0640 Vol .'
GOLF CART Electric
Walking w/seat & charger
1/2 price $195. offer.
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Gure $50GA86 60- e 3
GUITAR, Acoustic &
M1a7n5dbo 38 -41-3cl1s7e,
GYM, Weilder Pro 4100-
complete training center,
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INVERSION TABLE,
riew, $100, 2 large pink
shell lamps $25 or $15
each, 386-409-9624 Vol
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new cnion, 'tl inbx
cost $80, sell $55,
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JACKET, .EATHER-
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JACKET, Spirit Outer-
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hood, zipper pockets,
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JACKETS, LEATHER-
ladies, black, extra small
$30, Tan Faux leather
$10, 386-767-6167 Vol
KITESURFING KITE-
Rhino, .18M North, '05,
wlkite bag, no bar lines,
$100, 386-677-0388 Vol
LAPTOP, Sony Vaio- '02,
Windows XP, C&D drive
Irg memory, 14" screen,
$200, 386-345-4519Vol
LAWNMOWER- like
new, $100, 386-767-0830
LAWNMOWER- push
type, runs but needs tuhe
up, $50, 386-238-4045
LOVE SEAT- cream, exc
cond. $140, TV stand
cond.&. 55. 386756-018

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boxspring, like new, w/
pad, $70, 386-756-8101
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M NI1TORgrE Machines5
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MONITOR, COMPUT-
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PONG VIDEO Game-
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steel, almond color,
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BED), BUNK- Al sha e,
wooden, $195 o .
386-255-7668 Vol
BED, Hospital- elec. new
mattress, $175, Wood
Bookcase 41"Lx9.5"W,
$25, 386-424-1933 Vol
BIKE, SCHWINN- Sting-
ray Chopper, red, $25.
Hoover Vacuum .upright
$5, 386-253-4067 Vol
BIKES Hers Diamond-
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Autobike Classic $60,
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BIKES- ladies/mens, (2),
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CAMERAS, DIGITAL-
Canon $45, Nikondi $45'
386-871-5748 Vol
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amnp motor, like new,
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CHAIR, RECLINING
electric lounger, belge
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DAYTONA BEACH Col-
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$16,900 386-677-8659
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community, 1br, 1ba Mo-
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some furn. $3,500 as is,
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pool and clubhouse. Low
lot rent! Newer section.
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bel 8g,3 frep 6,elo at
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better offerl Call owner
386-322-5534
PORT ORANGE Lau-
relwood Est. 55+ comm.
You own your land. 2br
baetdb wid~e.roFlyN
cooktop stove, A/C & I
heat pump 2yrs new, dble '
util rm. .Fully furn incld
W/D. $109K Huge Ready
to move in. 386-767-1681
386-316-5530
PORT ORANGE New
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starting slo,oooiacre.
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Acres beautiful building
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terms 352-483-4546
SOUT BAROLINA
Bleautif oodb Idi t
BulLater. Near Lake
Marion, $21,900. Low
Down. Owner financing.
1-803-505-2161
SOUTH CAROLINA
Bamberg County Hunt-
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Near 1-95. Secluded
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120acres- 73 235acres-
500acres- 70cresR on
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GEORGIA 3 acre horte-
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develop ed property
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Owner, 912-529-6198
TENNESSEE Crossville
small farm 35 acres.

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view. AII utilities on
po 8 -3 $500 an acre.
TENNESSEE LAND
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Beautiful 20-acres, Near
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Only $15,900.
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SOUTH DAYTONA
2br/1.5ba townhouse
central loc, incl trasB
pick-u & pest. $650/mo
P86-75p6-775p2/212-4159


DAYTONA- HOLLY HILL
Absolute best value.
Almost 2000sf, 3/2/2,
completely updated, lots
of tile, new carpet, ceiling
fans, located off Nova &
3rd St. $925 + util
386-237-1295 .
DAYTONA- HOLLY HILL
Absolute best value.
Almost 2000sf, 3/2/2,
completely updated, lots
of tile, new carpet, ceiling
fans, located off Nova&8
3rd St. $925 + util
386-237-1295
EDGEWATER-Shangri-
La Village, immac. 2/2,
gar wlopener, quiet adult
area, w/d lawncare incl.
$725/mo. 440-582-3606
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HOLLY~ HILL- Cute 1BR,
close to river, 1231 Mora-
vaterunfurn. $6 lud meod
386-677-1265




POm%, pORANGr- r4
jacuzzi library 2/1.5, .w/d'
near everything, $699/mo
7Re to own also 386-566-
EDGEWATER 212 eat in
kitchen, laundry room in
shed, carport. Dock, boat
ram 8 & pier. 2 pools,
$5 1mo.40 72-9684p9

$480/month plus deposit
Eric 386-589-3358
OAK HILL Canal front
2/2 trailer w/ living rm,
porch addition, bl250 f.,
grge, covered oat lp
dock nd auiml nae
w/friendl ne ghbors &
$e5a0d p.g 000/ 0-022



NEW SMYRNA Beach
715 W. Canal St.` $900.
mo. 1st, last, sec.
Office/warehouse use.
Eleanor 386-427-2519



DAYTONA BCH Shores
dlA So: of tDunla ton
Oceanview ea 20x12'.
~wlagranite countertop &
pnvate full bath. Signa e

5o frewtho1 yr lae
386-322-3600


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DAYTONA- HOLLY HILL
Absolute best value.
Almost 2000sf, 3/2/2'
completely updated, lots
oftile, Inewtcdar et,Nceilin

d86-23S7 129592 tl
EDGEWATER: 2br/1.5ba
w/waterylew on dead end
& nice yard. Tile, W/D
hookups, ceiling fans,
scrn porch, tool shed.
$705/mo 386-689-5766
New Smyrna Area
IEdgewater Brand new
3/2/2. Bring your boat!
Deep water canal 300'
from intracoastal. Patio
overlooks water. Close to
beach. Travatine tile, wal-
kin marble shower in
Master ba $1250 mo
407-509-6743
NEW SMYRNA
BEACHSIDE- 822 Hope
Ave, 1/1 bonus & sun
rm, w/d, 100 yds to
$750mo 3 68-316-89834
ORMOND BY THE SEA
Cute 2/2/1, C/H/A, FL
room, shed, w/d hook-
upn pt~s, $850/mo.
ORMOND BY THE SEA

oto' slhoo up eC/ /
detached garage, off
stree mpkg3 ak81to93bech!
PONCE INLET- 2 bedrm
2 bathrm 2 car garage.
fF rid room.walkarge
beach. 0 month.
386-322-4691 / 295-0365
PORT ORANGE-
very clean doublewide

5 ^ nsside~rot3r2l scree ew/~
smoking/pets $750/mo.
1 year lease. Lawn &
pest incl. F/L/S
386-767-0020
.Port Orange- 52 Cypress
Pond Rd. Summer Trees
55+ comm. 2br/2ba
w/comm pool. furn or not
$750. mo Jeanne Bush
Alexander RE
386-690-9018
PORT ORANGE:

hes/ anil nar hg
opt. 3 mo lawn svc incl
386-451-9151



HOLLY HILL Brand new
townhomel 3/2/1, lake-
br ,h. G~reatmloc $1 m/
mo. + dep 304-421-6828
NEW SMYRNA BEACH
cute townhouse with nice
waterview. 2/2 garage,
conven liallocation,N A

carpet & paint. Ready for
you. 863-712-3564
*ORMOND -TOWNHOME
for rent $1100mo. 3BR,
2BA, 2CG Halifax Plan-
tation 6mo. min. Scrn.
Lanal 386-615-0742 or
386-295-5580
ORMOND BEACH Trails
272 Timberine Tr..2 story
2br/2ba, tile firs. 2 balco-
nies screened in up &
down stairs. Garage.
Waterfront, community
pool. $800mo. + security.
386-677-8888
.ORMIOND TRAILS TH
2re, 2. b, jcuw frue
9ads.ml6 67f. Le s sa e

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PORT ORANGE Gated
Villaglo 3/2. Resort style
gm, pool, WID, cable'
wter pincl. $1950 gets
P dnp. 947591to.+12secil



SO. DAYTONA- Big re
2/2, $625/mo. Lrgbrgt
freshly ,painted, spotless.
Off Ridgewood near
Publix. Incl. water/ sew-
er. Susan 386-212-7978



VERO BEACH: Move in
s:eciall Newly remod-
.4 ed. 1br & 2br from
:1575. Tile, New paqppl.
Close to Beaches,Prs
.4Rest. 772-563-0013



)AYTONA BEACH 3br
2ba all appl inclds W/D
nestled between river &
downtown. Quiet neghhd
:;900.mo386-295-3194
DAYTONA BEACHSIDE
: blocks to beach, Huge
- story Victorian home
3nkiclhenm fornoal dni
c si floors, cntra Ire
neighborhood. $1495/
no. +sec. 386-212-6537
DAYTONA. BEACHSIDE
Valk to beach, 3/2/1,
New appli, large fenced
yard, ne a c,. RNeed c -



DAYTONA- HOLLY HILL
Absolute best value.
Almost 2000sf, 3/2/2,
completelyy updated, lots
of tile, new carpet, ceiling
isns, located off Nova &
:Ird St. $925 + util
:186-237-1295





NEW SMYRNA
BEACHSIDE

S91 he uVENhUE *
carport
walk to the beach
$850/mo

.SEACRESi/Tt# DO
Spaolous ki ~ted
condo
$2,200/mo .

820 8.CO PER

2/2,fJully carpete *d
large screened porch,
gage
$1,100/mo

.BOUCHELLE ISLAND
1st floor unit, 2/2'
hdar ool
$1,150/mo

209 DUE EAST
3/2, walk to the beach
$1,075/mo

NEW 8MYRNA
MAINLAND

274 CA NOUSTIE

S/, u ly fru seC b
S1....,mo

679BMT.t bLPUS .

2/2. townhome,
$1,100/mo

2658 SUNSET DRIVE
2/2, second floor
balcony overlooks
your own bat dock,



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105 E2D~aR SoRge
2/2 mobl home,



1517 MANGO TREE
2/1, large yard,
garage
Sooolmo


NEW SMYRNA BEACH
New 3000/sq.ft. Christian
home. Pool. $125.wk +
Uilii es8-2N~o pets. Call
PORT ORANGE Spa-
cious pool home. Great
furn rm. Resp non-smker
roommate $475. mo +
dep. Incd cable & utilities
Please call 386-760-1902



BETHUNE .BEACH 1br
1ba 1st flr. $175 per wk,
6mo min. incids utilities,
Less thdin 200' to beach,
Move in today.
386-423-4068
D.B. SHORES Condo
completely furnished 2/2.
No smoking/pets. Big
pool area, walk to beach,
olfstores. $11000/mo.
30sec. 386-761-7029

(DAn 6NhA fiBC2H2 Onrann
1275sf. kit, dinin 50
priv balcony. Pool, cibhs,
fitness. $1225. 1st last
3 6-316-80500ca iz

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DAYTONA BEACH

ntaied t d/lb Rn
a ebsed on income
386-255-2622 EOH 8
Handicap accessible.
DAYTONA BEACH.
Oceanfront, 1/1, all tile,
Jacuzzi tub, Cable & all
utilities incl. Huge POOL.

15ts 7f -mnb. $9

FRONT Efficiency on
2nd floor, large front patio
and pool, fully furnished,
utilities paid, plus cable,
very clean. 7-month lease
flexible $600 per month
Call 386-299-2929 or
386-756-8019
DAYTONA SHORES
Oceanfront efficiency &
studio. furn. king size bd,
Pnoo~l exerc rm. cable/util

YAT 8Nm 805RES
Oceanfront, 2/2, $1000
1-termn. Incl. water, cable.
Dalis:S386 76a7 29Av.
DAYTONA SHORES-
2/2, Oceanfront, Newly
renovated, furn. Po,
gym, gar pkg $1295/mo.
322-5 2NM-6P09t- 63398-
NEW SMYRNA All utili-
ities paidl Clean, quiet
bid on US1 close to ev.
erything. $565 mo or
sel w/l as. 12tomo
Mike 386-402-4757
NEW SMYRNA BEACH
ocean condo. South
beach. 2/3 furn: Tennis
pools. Avail Jan thru April
51350/mo 630-248-2194
ORMOND BEACH- 2/1
beautiful oceanview,, apt
on oceanfront lot. Central
heatlair, newly renovated.
$1000/mo.386-677-1265
PONCE INLET Ocean
views. Furn. 2br/2ba,
Completely rennovated.
Private ~each access

Nmasm pt 07-83-210506/m
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-4000sf Totally renovated
Beautiful view of Cape
Cahaveral. Co Brokers
welcome. Call Miriam at
954-961-0500




PORTORANGE Taylor
Woods, 3/2/2, excellent
cond, screened porch &
backyard. Central to
shoppn & schools,
Close nto Dunlawton &
1-95 Rent $1150/mo. or
sale $185K. Rent to own
407-452-8680/452-8681
PORT ORANGE 2/1.5,
doublewide in Pickwick
Village, 55+, clubhouse
pint oMust swil!ca14,t900
Rent $850 717-951-5057

S.cgD YNAch2b / .5Na
smokers/ pets. $850/mo.
Rent to own opt. 1st, last
sec. 386-788-2128





DAYTOdNA BCH dhore

rage for storage. Ec
w/elec & water. No lease
required. $250 single
$400 dble. 386-322-3600
ORMOND BEACH-
New 1250sf warehouse;
Air-conditioned office
$750/mo. Ask about our
ne lae sii.gning bo-

ORMOND BEACH lo-
ba hoo 2k0 Sf, hoa-

d 6-51-4018 / 00012760
PORT ORANGE Oak
Centre -Business Park.
1000 sq ft & up of ware-
house space with or with-
out offices. Ground Level
or dock high. Also alc of-
RMd p~aceB 6C6H sq ft.
Ormond Business Cen-
ter 2400sq ft &up ware-
house space. 1000 sq ft
office space. Located 1
36e-29 -705 Fr~eaRentt
Incent ves


GATLINBURG TENN
Book for the Holidayst
Near Dollywood. Plan
your break now. 2 & 3 br
chalets with mountain
views, hot tubs, Jacuzzis,
amdlir -215-3335Pt
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MAiULTHONm LUXURY

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Aa esrica-88 -s564-5800


NORTH CAROLINA-
WinterIn the Mountains!
Plan your holiday
memories today. Foscoe
Rentals 1-800-723-7341-
www.foscoerentals.com
ST. AUGUSTINE BCH
Oceanviewc Ionr o f 99
Octel9d /$1 9deaiqn hou

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700 FLORIDA HOMES
including 22 in Titusville area

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Get your next home at the price you set
with NO STARTING BIDS. If you're buy
ing your first home or your 10th this year
today's housing market and low interest
rates make this an ideal tirile for you to
buy!


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


ON the ROAD TRAILER
18' diamond steel deck.
angled for easy loading-
Front air dam, load level-
er. $2975. 321-783-6880



HUTCHINSON ISLAND -
R 1V 11 0t b i e tl e t r n

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


SELL YOUR

with an ad n the
Hometown News
5 COUNTIES
Martin County thru
Ormond Beach!
386-322-5949


TIRES & STOCK RIMS:
Mustang Cobra, XSE-V,
245/50R16 Brand New...
$4001 772-812-8338
TIRES & CSTbOCK RIM :

245/07R716 1Bra~nd New...




DONATE YOUR CAn

Help support homeless
Veterans & Victims of
Na al ria ters I
Before the Tax Year
Ends. 1-800-841-6225


WANTED JUNK CARS
Running or not $200 &
up ep~ayl Ia 24-hrs.
Please Tell Them...
I saw it in
HOMETOWN NEWS
CLASSIFIEDSI
386-322-5949


TRAILERS- OPEN flat
bed, 3 axel, dovetail, 24'
long, heavy duty 1Very
good condition. $50
each or best offer
772-633-5265







ScNot 300cc,T UR8 gt
over 75mpg, only 150
mi, full warr, tall winshld,
3M86 846- 733 /82005900bo
WANTED JAPANESE
Motorcycles Kawasaki,
1970-1980, Z1-900,
KZ900, KZ1000, H2-750,
Hi-500, S1-250, S2-250,
S2-350, S3-400, Cash
Paid. 1-800-772-1142 or
1-310-721-0726

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Affordable & reliable
Hometown News
CLASSIFIEDSI
386322-5949


20' GODFREY Deckboat
s2oke.11 HPunnama a
Still under warranty. Lots
of extras. Must sell for
health reasons. $22,000
386-446-6862

Plau e MN t
bracket, no motor
$1000/obo 386-295-7180
piritCRUISERS-r Lv
A-Board. Alr/heat, stove,
micro, refrigerator, full
enclosure, color TV, AM/
FM/CD, VHF, plus more,
Sleeps 6. Runs great,
well maintalned. sSllp
available. HalifaxHrbr
Mari tDa tna$2B6 c
OBO 407-310-2678 (c),
386-424-3220 (work)
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HometownNewsOL.com
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34' WELLCRAFT Scarab

clearly fSt ci artte4 bot
fully equipped, ready to
run, full canvas, sleeps 3.
dry stored Brevard Coun-
ty. $19,500/OBO. e-mail
a ICtos 8 details a

BOAT LIFT 24,000 lb
capacity, remote control,

wikO bot ae $30
w86671-0 08 nw -
BOATS; 1000's of boats
for sale www.florida-
mariner.com reaching 6
million homes weekly
throughout Florida. Tide
sahlts Brop nsProf ls
side Dinmng & More
1-800-388-9307
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CENTURYwi32' 2 00
250s. Auto Pilot Garmin
Touch Screen electron-
ics. Perfect! $39,900
386-441-8247
Hm twN 6sL~com

DIVE BOAT 23', CC, on
trailer, set up for
d-di ers.coVrHF Pbott m~
m~anHP many dive Asiktes.
$12,500 386-679-9126in

HURRICANE DECK
BOAT 20ft, 1997, 115
HP Yamaha outboard,
nert~a~ndem a~xle lum.

Please Tell Them...
I Saw It in
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