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F'PORT ORANEPIBFC PONCQE INLET

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Vol. 3, No. 44 Y-our Local News and Information Source* www.HometownNews0L.com Friday, November 28, 2008


town's portion of the Citizens for Ponce Inlet
Newsletter.
In the past, the town has piggy-back~ed on
the private newsletter to inform residents of
government happenings, paying a portion of
publication costs, officials said.
That's not a problem, said town attorney
Margaret Cassady, provided the town's por-
tion is clearly defined as a non-public forum urn
used for government purposes only.
The town cannot use public funds for pri-
vate purposes, she said.
"You are constitutionally prohibited from
doing that," Ms. Cassady told council members.
To that end, the resolution outlines standards,
such as prohibiting political or personal view-
points of citizens and businesses in the .town


got -~ ~_elC~
ernment section.
While newsletter publishers cah~not edit
See COUNCIL, A7


calls are over," he said.
"These ladies and gentle-
men are very busy."
In other business, coun-
cil members discussed; the
idea of purchasing of a
commercial lot for sale at
1744 S. Seagrave St. which:
previously; housed the 3-D
Oil Company.
Following the meeting
officials declined to pursue
the option when contami-
nation issues were
revealed, Mr. Yarbrough
said.
Council members also
passed the first reading of a
proposed boat ordinance
that would restrict the
mooring and anchoring of
boats, live-aboard vessels
or other "floating struc-
tureq" within its jurisdic-
tion, however the matter
will not return for a second
See FIREFIGHTERS, A4


By Jeanne Willard
Willard@ hometownnewsol. com
~SOUTH DAYTONA -
Last year firefighters saved
more than $2.2 million in
property battling fires, but
even more.importantly -
no one died.
City officials recognized
the department's efforts by
presenting firefighters with
the 2007 Life Safety
Achievement Award from
the Re~sidential Fire Safety
Institute at a recent city
council meeting.
Officials said the city is
operating one of the
busiest fire stations in
Volusia County.
"You do a wonderful
job," Mr. Yarbrough told
firefighter staff attending
the meeting
"The days of just
answering a handful of


Rny srfe/tt p otgrapne
Two-year-old Keith Schierlinger of Ponce.lnlet spent the day with his faniily at the
Daytona Greek Festival at St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church recently.


in Port Orange, which
delivered the truckload of
groceries to the cheers of
church volunteers who run
the food bank.
"Thank goodness," said
volunteer Evelyn Preston.
"Last month the bank was
practically empty."
Nearly four years ago
when the food bank began,
the church was serving 45
needy families per month,
she said.
Last month they gave
out 145 bags of non-per.


to sleep.
.Later that same day
Father Burhans received a
prescient phone call from
a Port Orange Family Days
Community Trust board
member.
The nonprofit organiza-
tion was donating $5,000
worth of groceries to the
food bank, he was told.
They had literally
answered his prayers.
"It blew my mind,"
Father. Burhans said. "I
love it when God shows


off."
The donation comes
from profits from annual
events such as the Port
Orange Family Days and
Kidz Dayz, said Jill Geddy,
Port Orange Family Days
Community: Trust boatd
member.
"We support the com-
munity," Ms. Geddy said.
"That's why Family Days is
here. That's why we do the
events we do."
The food was purchased
at Wal-Mart` Super -Center


ishable emergency gro-
ceries and volunteers are
well on the way to handing
out 200 bags this month,
she said.
Residents coming in for
food tell her that they
never believed they would
have to rely on a food
bank, she said.
-"It's rough," Ms. Preston
said. "People don't realize
how rough it is out there."
The pantry serves resi-
See FAMILY DAYS, A2


By Jeanne Willard
Willard hometownnewsoli.com
PORT ORANGE Father
Rick Burhans woke from a
sound sleep one night last
'week worried about the
nearly empty food pantry
at his church.
Recent demand for food
at the Halifax Urban Min-
istries food bank lot-ated at
Grace Episcopal Church
had nearly stripped the
shelves bare. He said a
prayer and tried to go back


million was generated from local agri-
culture in Volusia County.
"We have everything from cattle to
Ferns to citrus," Ms. Evans said.
While tourism, another big industry
in Volusia County, comes and goes,
agriculture sticks, Ms. Evans said.
"This is sustainable," she said. "After
disasters when tourism goes down,
agriculture is sustained."
The Farm Tour was to open people's
eyes to see what goes on behind the
scenes.how various farms operate.
"It lets people see things they
wouldn't normally see," Ms. Evans
said. "They get to see what makes
things tick. It's important to let so
many people see that."
Ms. Evans said ~the county's exten-
sion office works with local farmers as
well as educating the general public.
To contact the office, call (386) 257-
6012.

For stories on local agricultural
business, see page AS


By Jamye Durrance
Durrance@hometownnewsol.com
.VOLUSIA COLINTY Volusia
County is typically associated with
racing and beaches, not farming.
But, with everything from honey to
fish to ferns to beef being raised,
grown or made right here in Volusia
County, local agriculture officials
want to educate more people about
what's happening in their own back-
yard.
The 27th Annual Farm Tour did jtist
that when local agriculture operations
opened their doors to let everyone see
how they operate.
"It's important to let the people real-
ize how important agriculture is." said
Linda Evans, a management specialist
with the Volusia County and Universi-
ty of Florida extension office, which
organized the tour. "Agricultural is the
fin cia bacbn oa f or cunimpact

study showed that more than $781


Randy Barber/staff photographer
FOUrteen-year-olds Samantha Registrato and Veronica Mulcahy of
Daytona Beach examine a species of native plants available at Full
MOon Native Nursery in Port Orange last week. See story pg A3.


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By Jeanne Willard
Willard`@hometownnewsol.com
PONCE INLET Three newly elected council
riembers got down to business after being
sworn in last week.
Mayor Tony Goudie and council members
Barbara Davis and Kris Derr joined incumbents
Jim McCormick and' Jack Sturno in appointing
Ms. Davis as vice' mayor.
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Community Trust board
members weren't done
playing Santa however.
Board members deliv-
ered $1,500 grants to each
of the 13 public schools in
Port Orange, to be spent at
their discretion, said Robin
Lasky, Community Trust
treasurer.
The grants are in
response to the "money
crunch" locals schools are
experiencing, she said.
Sweetwater Elementary
School teachers and staff
had just finished listening
to a dire overview of school
funding cutbacks when Ms.
Lasky presented school
officials with the check last
week.
"It will make a big differ-
ence," said Pat Miller,
school principal. "We are
thrilled they are able to give
back some of the proceeds.


We'll put it to good use for
activities and supplies for
Our students."
Meanwhile, Ms. Preston
is thrilled to be volunteer-
ing in a fully stocked pantry
again,
She said she's never
attended Port Orange Fam-
ily Days in the past but
that will change.
"Guess who's going to be
there next year?" she said.
The HUM food pantry at
Grace Episcopal Church,
4110 Ridgewood Ave. is
open Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridaysi from 9 a.m.
until 11:30 a. m.
The food bank will 14~
closed the day after Thanks-
giving and Christmas.
For more information on
Halifax Urban Ministries
call (386) 252-0156 or go to
www. halif axurb anmin -
istries.org.


Shores and Ponce Inlet.
This donation by the
Family Days Community
Trust and a recent donation
from the Port Orange
YMCA will sustain the food


bank for nearly three
months, she said.
After learning of the local
food-bank need, Wal-Mart
store manager Kevin
Robinson said his store
joined other localWal-Mart
stores in donating $2,500 to
SHalifax Urban Ministries.
"This is a time of need,"
he said. "Wal-Mart likes to
give back to the communi-
HUM executive director
Troy Ray said the mission
of the Daytona Beach-
based non-profit organiza-
tion is to prevent home-
lessness.
The recent donations will
free up funds that normally
would have been used to
purchase food, to be used
to assist people with rent
and utility expenses, he
said.
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aroma of honey fills the air
and your feet stick to the
floor with every step.
Honeycombs are stacked
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pan below.
Tropical Blossom sells the
honeycombs individually
and inside some jars of
honey.
Honeycombs ,can be
eaten just like gum and are
a big seller, Mr. McGinnis
said. Recently, high end
restaurants have added
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platters,
Next door, in a tiny room,
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' Topical Blossom was
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where they packaged honey
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than citrus and turned their
focus to strictly honey.
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EDGEWATER There
aren't any bees at the Tropi-
cal Blossom Honey Compa-
ny in Edgewater.
Well, just the few that
buzz in and out of the pack-
ing warehouse following the
sweet scent all the way
inside.
The Tropical Blossom
Honey Company is all about
packing and shipping
honey. And, they pack and
ship to all over the world
because~ people everywhere
use honey.
"We sell where the tradi-
tion of honey is in the cul-
ture," said Doug McGinnis,
co-owne'r of the. company,
located on U.S. 1 in Edge-.
water. '~
Mr. M~cGinnis said honey
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Middle East countries such
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Koran lists h~oney- as the
remedy for all illnesses.
Tropical Blossom also ships
to Canada and Japan.
"They all love Florida
honey because ofthie high
quality,'' Mr. Alc~innis said..
Tropical Blossom only
sells honey from beekeep-
ers in Florida and .South
Georgia.
They buy the honey-
combs from the beekeepers .


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Honeycombs wait to be put into jars at Tropical Blossom
Honey Company in Edgewater.


lime essence arid orange
blossom honey.
Mr. McGinmis said it is
their ability to add and
adapt to changing times
and honey desires that has
made them successful.
"It's a strange world, but
we've adapted to it," Mr.
McGinnis said. "Anyrime in -
agriculture, you have to be
aware and constantly
adapting." 1
Today, part of that adap-
tation includes dealing with
colony collapse disorder,
which causes ~the .disap-
pearance .of thousands of
bees throughout the coun-
try. .
While the exact cause of
colony collapse disorder is
not known, research sug-
gests a variety of possibili-
ties including the increased
use of pesticides.
Mr. ,McGinniis said it's
important to think about
this before using anyi pesti-


cides.
"A lot of diffetrenr species
are collapsing because of
pesticides," he said. "\VWe
need to wake up to what's
going on."
Bees are a critical part of
the human diet alnd without
them, a lot of crops would
suffer.
A study by Cornell Uni-
versity recentl! showed that
one-third of the world's diet
comes from pollinated
plant~s.
"The need for bees is
overwhelming," Mlr. Alc~in-
nis said.
As for honey, Mlr. Alccin-
nis can't speak; highly
enough of the food which
provides his livelihood.
"Honey- is n~arure's most
perfect food," Mrt. lc~innlis
said.
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Their interest in using native and
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to protect wildlife and conserve water,
said Ms. Bagwell, who led visitors on a
tour of the nursery.
"We like Florida the way it is,"' she
said: "An'd we like to be able to have
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"We've had to remove
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Firefighters
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reading in December as
anticipated. .
Chfter Wmi meeting, Po d e

tem odnce suraed th t
need to be addressed before
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plaints that some boat
owners anchor in the Hali-
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ods of time, using nearby
Veterans Park to bathe and
obtain water.
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said they had to remove
abandoned boats after the
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Donating toys not only
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dren who don't have many
toys, Ms. Lloyd said. *
Barbara Hill, coordinator
of Santa's Elves, which will
receive some of the toys

The non-profit organiza-
tion of volunteer firefight-
ers founded in -1988, dis-
tributes food and toys to
needy families during the
holiday season, Ms. Hill


Photo by Jeanne Willard
Summer Lloyd, 7, (left) and her sister Brooke, 4, add their
own toys to the used toy drive their mother Gina Lloyd, is
coordinating.


and the Domestic Abuse
Council.
"Everyone expressed a
need this year," she said.
Toys can be dropped offat
Lloyd's Exercise Equipment,
1725 S. Nova Road, A-10,
South Daytona between 10
a.m. and 5 pi~m. Monday
through Friday, Dec. 1
through Dec. 5. For more
information call (386) 316-
0864. Santa's Elves can be
reached at (386) 672-2851.


said. .
Although new toys are
nice, donations are down
this year and gently used
toys are always welcome,
she said.
"We have no toys right
0o, ih esad ,n d nearly .
"We're known as the beg-
gars this year," she said,
Ms. Lloyd will also be
delivering toys she's collect-
ed to the Palmetto House,
Halifax Urban Ministries


Randy Barber/statt photographer
Marvette Bagwell of Full Moon Natives offer informa-
tion on native plants during the recent farm tour.


Moon Natives, said
Ormond Beach resident
Heather Rasumoff who
accompanied the group.
"I would never have
known this was here," she
said.

ques ion aot herbg
dens, container gardens,
weeding and offered tips
on growing popular veg-,
etables.
"Don't plant herbs with'
tomatoes," she said,
unless you enjoy the fla-
vor of the herb infused in
your tomatoes.
The nursery, which
handles residential and
commercial landscaping
projects, also presents
education seminars and
works with area schools,
she said.
"Our big focus is educa-
tion, Ms. Bagwell said. "To
educate the .public on
native and water wise
plants."
Full Moon Natives is'
located at 1737 Fern ~ark
Drive, Port Orange. For
more information call
(386) 212-9923.


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Editor'k note: This is a list
of arrests, not convictions,
and all arrestees are pre-
sumed inntocknt unless or
until proven guilty in a court
oflaw.
Port Orange Police
Department
*Kelly Anne Rubertone,
19, of 160 Farmbrook Road,
Port Orange, was arrested
Nov. 15 on charges of pos-
session of oxycodone. BaH

wDasies Lk, 28, of 160
Farmbrook Road, Port
Orange, was arrested Nov' 15
on charges of possession of


oxycodone. Bail was set at
$2,500.
*Matthew James
Brosseau, 44, of 91 Cedar St.,
Port Orange, was arrested

Neryo a l efrcebeant
o~fficer. Bail was set at
$1,500
*Sheila Marie Perez, 37, of
5056 Palmetto St., Port
Orange, was arrested Nov. 17
on charges of battery on a
law enforcement officer. No
bail was set.
*Fernado Jio Giusti, 61, of
762 Osprey Drive, Port
Orange, was arrested Nov. 17
on charges of assault with a
deadly weapon. Bail was set


at $2,000.

Daytona Beach
Shores Pohice

Department

*Ryan Rashad Hall, 20, of
3221 S. Atlantic Aive., Day-
tona Beach Shores, was
arrested Nov. 14 on charges
of possession of cocaine.
Bail was set at $1,500.

South Daytona Police
Department
*Marcus Curtis Benford,


40, of 1830 S. Palmetto Ave.,
No. 3, South Daytona, was
arrested Nov.1.4 on charges
of possession of cocaine and
possession of cocaine with
intent to deliver. Bail was set
at $3,000.


Volusia County
Sherifrs Office

*Armand L,. Freas, 86, of
3219 Vail View Drive, Port
Orange, was arrested Nov. 17
on charges of felony bat-
tery/strangulation. No bail
was set.


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As a mother of two young
girls Gina Lloyd has pur-
chased many toys over the
years.
And like many families,
the Lloyd's have accumulat-
ed toys and gadgets their
children have outgrown or
lost interest in,
"When you have kids the
toys kind of multiply when
you're not looking," she
said.
This year, as she has done
for the past five years dur-
ing the holidays, Ms. Lloyd
will collect used toys and
dnte nhedtmm sarsea Ichari-
Not only will the family
donate toys, the Lloyd's will
collect donations during
the first week in December
at their place of business at
Lloyd's Exercise Equip-


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Although their busine s
carries more tan 14
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said.
"As long as it's not inva-
sive and it's water-wise,"
she said.
Invasive plants are
those that spread aggres-
sively beyond where it is
planted, often negatively
affecting the environ-
ment, she said.
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Deidre Registrato brought
a group of 15 home-
schooled students from
Home Educators at River-
bend, affiliated with
Riverbend Community
Church.
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and we're learning," Ms.
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In response to 'erseer newspapers


I walk beachsidle every morning and see the Penny
Saver, H-ometown Newus and Observer littering our streets.
This is a waste of natural resources and only causes more
litter.
The delivery personnel not' only put copies in drive-
ways week after week with the ones from the week
before, they actually put them behind homes that back
up to Ocean Drive in New Smyrna Beach. Every circular
drive has two papers at either end. Why is this allowed to
happen?
]Look uip the owners' addresses; if they live out of town,
stop the delivery.
I did report this to code enforcement, and it helped for
a few weeks but started again. Please send your staff to
pick up the papers that are left out for two days; obvious-
ly no one lives there.
Some people choose to leave them in their driveway
and drive over them. They blow from the drive into the
streets. We don't need paper or plastic littering our
streets and yards.
It looks like we have lost the charm and invited litter.
Whrat~ "subscriber only" delivery approach? It is against
code enforcement, and something has to be done imme-
diiately. It makes New Smyrna Beach look disgusting.

Regiarding suspended school bus driver

Ikonorwwhatt she did waY;s not right (stopping on railroad
tracks until kids quieted downn, but why doesn't the
school board also suspend the children who were caus-
ing aill the trouble? W1hy should it be all the driver's fault?
I know~ how she feels because I drove a school bus up
north for 10 years, and I finally had to quit because the
children would get out of control. When I told the teach-
ers or principal, they wouldn't do anything about it (and
the kids knew this).
Their famous line was, "We don't want to make waves."
Come on, you guys; do your job. A little wave never
hurt anyone!

Bus driver should have received
harsher punishment

Since when is deliberately stopping a school bus on a
railroadtralck and threatening to leave students there
suthd t ri coming not a crime or at least grounds for




the last school year or given attendant jobs. There are
many unemployed Floridians as well who would gladly
do her job in a safe, secure manner,
This whole situation is outrageous, and if I had a child,
I would never allow my child to ride this bus as long as
she was driving, wNith or without restraining. I would
publicly protest her still being employed by the Volusia
County School Board.
This incident could have hadl major implications had
the bus stalled or had she been unable to back her bus off
the tracks in time.
It would have made deadly headlines across the
nation, instead of hidden on one of the back pages.


BusinOSses do not pay taxes

I read wvith dismay the article on the front page that
New Smryrnla Beach is going to hire an assistant city man-
ager and then the rant about the high taxes in Edgewater.
The idea that the higher taxes paid by commercial ent~er-
prises will save the homeowners is crazy!
This is for everyone (mostly politicians) who think
businesses pay taxes. They don't; they never will! They
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entity that levied the tax (or fee which is just another
name for tax).
The ones that pay the taxes are the individuals who
purchase the product or service they offer for sale. There
is only one source for government dollars frou and me!

A quick fix

The problem with energy policy is the volatility of the
price of oil. .
The alternatives and the high level of investment mn
green energy cannot work with unstable -prices. What we
do for peanuts, sugar, cotton and other agricultural prod-
ucts we need to do for oil.
First, the program sets a domestic floor price around
$100 a barrow with quotas for NAFTA Canada and Mex-
ico and some close friends.
Middle Easterri oil pays a duty between the world price
and the domestic price. This sets gasoline prices about
$3, well below other industrial countries. The govern-
ment benefits from a windfall profits tax on domestic
production and the duties on foreign oil, which is invest-
ed in a national power grid, public transport, high-speed
rail, research in alternative energy and job creation gen-
erated by private investments possible because of the
stable prices of energy.
In the past and present, good ideas and economic
alternatives have been killed by a rapid drop in the price
of oil.

More on greed

The definition that I have for greed is insatiatee long-
ing, especially for wealth.,,
The ranter in the Nov. 14 issue claims that greed does




As to his point that the government is at fault: greed
plays a part in that, too! His opinion that we must keep
the government out of the economy is unrealistic and
contradictory (e.g. Except wise regulations and oversight
an oxymoron?);
When greed comes into, the conversation, one cannot
help but to think of the oil companies and the money
they are making out of this unfortunate economic situa-
tion that the world finds itself in. My wife made a good
point when she asked why the oil companies cannot
come to the aid of the automakers. There's a certain poet-
ic justice. in that. After all, that's where most, of the oil
companies' outrageous profits have been made.
Finally, there is, perhaps, some small comfort to be
gained fr~om the obvious conclusion that with less oil
being consumed, there is less effect on the ozone layer.

Congressmen should have term limits

I agree 100 percent with the writer who indicated we
should have term limits for members of the U.S. Con-
gress.
Most of these officials remain in office indefinitely, not
because of voter approval but because of voter compla-
cency.
Please send around the petition so I can sign it!

Stock market situation nothing to celebrate ,

For a long time, I have been puzzled by the little party
that goes on at the stock exchange on the closing bell.
Since my portfolio is down by 40 percent and the mar-
ket drops up to 600 points in a day, what in blazes are
those people celebrating, clapping and whooping it up
for?
Is there some secret we should be in on? Do they go to
funOTraS and disasters and have a party?
PleaSe let me ICHOW SO I can feel happy, too!

B8110ut doesn t help Americans

I am concerned as to the fallout of these huge bailouts,
for example AIG and possibly General Motors. What kind
of precedence does that set? Does that open the doors
for Circuit City and like industries that have declared


bankruptcy, such as Shells restaurant, car dealers
throughout the country and other business cartels
around the country to go to the government for relief
from their predicament as did AIG?
To go further, a homeowner who has lost his job and is
on food stamps could declare bankruptcy and go to the
government for a million-dollar loan and live the life of
Riley.
One can see the fallout of this bankruptcy situation
and how it could snowball and break the economy of gov-
ernment. One better tread on this idea lightly.
Let these huge companies go through the bankruptcy
courts, and let the chips fall where they may. Some other
company will pick up where the bankrupt company left
off.


Democrat of 49 years turns Republican

When is Barack Obama going to produce his birth cer-
tificate, along with his transcripts from Harvard?
.I don't know a lot about running for president, but I do
know that you have to a citizen of these United State of
America and prove your age.
The man in Ohio who has a case in the Ohio courts
~e'k~isi to be -the only one speaking odit. Whia't is '~zidong
with our court system when such importance is pushed
aside until after the election?
Since Sen. Obarea has not produced his birth certifi-
cate, do we really know he was born in Hawaii? He seems
to think he is above the law. Maybe Arnold Schwarzeneg-
ger will be able to run for president.
Sen. Obama really played the we-were-abandoned-by-
my-father and I-was -reared-by-a-single-mother cards

weH signed the document that he would take the Demo-




We should also remember Serl. Obama has not been
sworri in yet. We the people should demand he come
forth with the truth and the documents as to who he real-
ly is.

10 reSponse to 'Commission: Homeless
population increasing here'

Articles regarding an increasing homeless population
and an open invitation for "adult businesses" in Ormond
Beach in Nov. 14 is an alarming sign of social degradation
for this community.
Both issues have been dealt with during the past 50
years by competent city leaders across this nation, as well
as by our nation's Supreme Court. Their judgment regard-
ing homeless persons was, and is, that such individuals
may not loiter in public spaces as to impede the peaceful
flow of pedestrian traffic nor pose an obstacle to any
commercial enterprise trying to conduct business.
The charge of vagrancy is applied here and such is pro-
hibited by law as, for example persons with no personal
identification, no home address, no evidence of material
support by a job or other income, may not disrupt the
ordinary daily life of our peaceful citizens. It is against
the law. To tolerate these persons means they will multi-
ply where allowed to gather. They will panhandle and, in
the process, often use an intimidating manner to get
their way. This should never be tolerated by peaceful,
law-abiding citizens.
'Adult businesses" have no legal right to corrupt our
neighborhoods, business centers, school and playground
areas.
They are magnets for criminal activity such as drug
trafficking, muggings and other assorted crimes that go
with the territory. This is so well documented it is all but
unbelievable to have our own mayor, city councilmen
and women, as well as house lawyers, giving both these
serious social evils free rein in our community. Instead of
allOwing this scum inclusion in our city, our officials
should be our first line of defense against them. From the
top down they should stand up for decency, tell the per-
petrators of such corruption to get out of town, and if
they want to challenge, dare them to make their case in
courts of law. Don't just hand our town to abusive para-
sites.


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After several days, though,
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gunpoint after picking up a
customer near the intersec-
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streets. The driver told police
the customer asked to go to
an address in Edgewater, but
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After discussion, council
members declined to take
further action on the resi-
dent's r~equest.
Officials also appointed
members to various boards
and committees and
thanked outgoing mayor
Nancy Epps and council
member Jim Hinson for
their years of. service.
As mayor, Mr. Goudie will
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Volusia Council of Govern-
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sition for the past two to
three: years, putting money
aside," Mayor Goudie said.
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come."
Also, council members
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rental regulations to allow
short-term rentals by resi-
dents of East Wind Condo-
miniums.
Ms. Davis noted that the
town's rental ordinance pro-
hibiting short-term rentals
has been litigated and
upheld.
"This is not something we
want to reopen," she said.
"Opening up a can of
wqrms thsit has previously
been determined as fair and
equitable to everybody is
not in the best interest of
the town."


members unanimously
approved fire chief Dan
Scales' proposal to pur-
chase a $323,389 replace-
ment rescue pumper for the
department's aging primary
fire engine.
A $35,000 trade-in
allowance and a nearly
$9,000 discount through
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would bring the net cost to
$279,451, said Kassandra
Blissett, town manager.
The town plans to finance
the purchase over a five-
year term at 3.25 percent,
which would result in pay-
ments of $40,000 per year, a
figure that is below what the
town had budgeted, she
said.
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after the sale. For purposes of this sale, no-profit is defined as our cost and normal annual
operating expenses as averaged over the past two years. We suggest you hurry in for best
selection. *Except unilateral priced items.


REASON FOR THIS SALE
Atchley Appliances &~ TV has spent the past two years reorganizing our business
to better serve you, our CENTRAL FLORIDA customers. This reorganization
has resulted in significant~ operating cost cuts allowing us to offer lower everyday
prices without sacrificing the very best customer service which you've come to
kn~ow. So this Friday, Saturday and Sunday, we're taking a no-profit holiday to say
thank you for making our continued growth and sticcess possible.


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FRIDAY, NOV. 28
*Gaslg~llhlt Parader: The
Antique Automobile Club and
the City of Ormaond Beach will
Prelenlt the 51st~ annual padade
oaf antique~ autos. This rolling
evolution of the automobile is
an event for restored cars
shown in chronological order
Tfhe antique car show will bea
il frm 10 am-a p~m.,Daat

toana/Volusita: This event will
be held Fat: p~m. at the
Bank/Full Moon Saloon on
Main Street in Daytona Beach.
Fortitde of Daytona Beach,
Wle Mooked Yo~ur H-eros of Day-
tone seach, Diveplsae of New
Sm mer Beach, The Bermuda
Pligk of Ormaond Beach, The

Beach, Radon Moon of Day-
tona Beach and Crickets For
Riiro of De~and will perform.
~k:The goa is to bring new fans
teteencourage musicians
to cooperate, showcase and
network( the local music scene.
The cost is $5.
*Festval o Lights: Spon-
Musu ofhb Idt Sc en thse
thi evnt will be held th og
No v.1 at 352 S. Nova Rad,
Daytona Beach. This holiday
tradition will feature decorated
tres,~ wreaths andl holiday set-
tings sponsored by area busi-
nesses, corporate sponsors
and individual supporters of
MOA, This yea's festival will
feature more than 30 desi ner
trees and wreaths that wil be
available. for purchase through
silent auction. Visitors also will
be able to explore the Charles
and Linda William's Children's
Museum, which opened Nov.
21. For more information, call
(386) 255-0285.
*Singles 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 $57. For more
information, call (386) 255-
220Z

SATURDAY, NOV. 29
*Ormond Beach Kiwanis
Club Charity Bicycle Ride: This
inaugural ride will be held
along the Loop in Ormond
Beach to raise money for three
local youth programs. Rides of
nine, 26 or 38 miles will start
from~ 88:30 a.m. at the
Ormond Beach Public Library,
39 e ach St. Registration nil
Al riders will receive a free
lunch after the ride, plus
refreshments and rest stops.
The first 200 riders will get free
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STAR SCOPES
James Tucker
Week of 11-28-2008

Aries March 21-April 19
Seize every moment like
there is no tomorrow. Worry
only saps your energy and
burns you out. You know
what you want. Refuse to let
fear, doubt or indecision
hold you back. Continue to
move your life forward .Be


charge and lead us on to vic-
tory.

Taurus April 20-May 20
You were born responsible.
Stay calm during the holi-
days. It could be stressful if
you try to take on too many
projects. Do you know how
to say no when you don't
want to do certain things
your heart isn't in? If you
; don't, now is the time to
learn. Maintain your balance
and space and your energy
remains strong. Ask for h41p
when you need to.

Gemini May 21-June 21
You can only Ilve one day at
a time, but you can plan a lit-
tle ahead. Figure out what
you want three, six and nine
months ahead. Make these
short, medium and long-
range goals. This gives you
time to plan ahead so you
are not always under pres-
sure. This solves the prob-
lems of procrastination,
patience and .unrealistic
expectations.

Cancer June 22-July 22
Your love of life and others
will always pull you through
tough times. No one but you
can' find the necessary bal-
ance to keep you moving for-
ward. Stress is caused by not
heeding this call and giving
out more than is coming
back. Redefine this desire
and stay centered. Now give
to others who -need you. This
is what happiness is all
about.

Leo July 23-Aug. 22
Your decision-making skills
are especially strong now.
The activities you place in
motion have a great chance
of succeeding. Delegate less-
importarit responsibilities to
upwardly-mobile associates.
This frees you to take care of

end ams tgi sp otdhae aonbi
Vote of confidence. Your
recognition moves you way
ahead.

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ForHone-t~own News a
Volnews hokmetownn~ewsol.com I
The annual IMAGES Tour of
H-omes is for 93 s~m. to 3 p.m., Satur-
dhly~. Dec. 6, and celebrates New
Smlyrna Beach, one of Florida's old-
est and_ most: historic towns.
The ftiv homes selected for this
;years tour, decked out in holiday
array by Mary Ann's Flowers and
cGillu, New Smnyrna T1each Florist and
Pink Hl~lningoc at Petals, are Ilhe resi-
dences of John and Shirleen Foster
on I'nalknerll~ StICree. Ed and Joyce
Dow~lingl on Faulkcner Sleetr, Al and

I'leklingl and Kath Cooley on Mag-
nolia Street and Normnan and Debbie
Earle on Sunset Drive.
The Foster home, bulilt in 1924, is
SpanishMediterranlean style featur-
ing: a terrace and three-tiere~d water
fountain in the front. The home, with
its red~ lin a roof and arched cypress
wood front door, welcomes visitorS
with a colorful oval tile inset into the
stucco wall that reads: "Bienvenidos,
Mi Casa Es Su Casa" or "Welcome,
My House Is Your Hlouse." The interi-
or is a relaxing combination of cbm-
fortable wicker furniture and
antiques, decorated with a shore-
bird, shell and ship dicor motif.
The Dowling home, also on


Faulkner Street and built in 1946, has
been repainted and decorated to
give it a Key West look. The owners
are artists and their creativity and
eye for shape and color is apparent
in the dl~cor of their home, a combi-
nation of antiques and recycled fur-
niture items. The couple's art is dis-
played on shelves, mantles and
tables throughout the house.
In the kitchen, the Dowlings kept
the original glass-fronted white
kitchen cabinets, but installed new
counter tops, fixtures, appliances
and a granite sink. The modern
touches give the kitchen a special
look that includes Ed's signature
handcrafted palm trees decorating
the open range hood he designed.
The home of Al and Cindlee Peter-
son, built in 1915, combines history
with comrfort. The couple has spent
countless hours refurbishing their
home inside and out. It is a comfort-
able mix of old and new and is deco-
rated in pleasing colors. The back
yard is a little piece of paradise where
the Petersons like to entertain family
and friends: They have transformed
it from an ordinary backyard into E
lush and tropical private getaway
complete with an outdoor bar creat-
ed from hundreds of bottle caps.
The Cooley: home, next door to the
Petersons on Magnolia Street, was


also built in 1915. The house is sur-
rounded by a wide porch' on three
sides. One of its unique features is
that it has two front doors. The
house, renovated over the years, had
been stripped of many of its original
architectural details. The Cooleys
have been returning as much origi-
nal detail to the house as possible,
even uncovering an old coquina fire-
place under a red brick facade.
The Earle home on Sunset Drive,
just around the corner from Atlantic
Center for the Arts, has been a 17-
year labor of love for the couple, who
have done extensive expansion and
remodeling. The old Florida style
ddcor has a Key West' feel to it, from
the hand painted blue' and green
front porch floor, with its comfort-
able and inviting wicker furniture, to
the stunning infinity (vanishing)
edge swimming pool that looks like it
is part of Turnbull Bay. The open
floor plan kitchen features Debbie
Earle's collection of light green 1950s
Fire King dishware and a working
1928 Quick Meal stove just like the
one in the movie "A Christmas Story .
The ddcor is eclectic and comfoff~ ~
able, with unique finds from antique
and thrift stores, E-bay and garage
sales displayed throughout, includ-


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*Five~ O'Clock Charley:
This band will perform
from 1-5 p.m., Friday, Nov.
28, at Inlet Harbor, 133
Inlet Harbor Road, Ponce
Inlet. He also will hit the
stage from 5-9 p.m., Satur-
day, Nov. 29, at Aquarium
Restaurant, 125 Basin St.,
Daytona Beach. For more
information, visit the Web
site at FiveO-
ClockCharley.com.
*HotSpot Coffee
Shoppe: This shop is plan-
ning to formally close on
Saturday, Nov. 29, with a
music party starting at 7
p.m. Fly By Night and
Friends will perform. No
cover. Operating hours are


as follows: From 5:30-9
p.m., Monday through
Wednesday; from 5:30-11
p.m., Thursday and Friday;
and from 11 a.m.-10 p.m.,
Saturday. For more infor-
mation, call (386) 236-0518
or visit the Web site at
w ww hotspotcof -
feeshoppe.com.
*Inlet Harbor: Cardino &
Caso will hit: the stage from
1-5 p.m., followed by
Then2Now at 6 p.m., Fri-
day. Eddie &( Kenny will
perform at 5 p.m., Sunday.
*Ohana Luau Dinner
Show: This dinner show
spectacular and family-
style feast, with a 6:30 p.m.
seating, dinner served at


7;15 p.m.- and show time at
'7:30 p.m., is held Thursday,
Friday and Saturday, at the
Hawaiin Inn, 2301 S.
Atlantic Avte., Daytona
Beach Shores. Participants
will learn traditional
dances with Polynesian
women, warriors and
keikis (children). A flaming
fire knife dance and hula
with audience participa-
tion will be featured. For
more information, call
(386) 255-5411, Ext. 186, or
visit www.ohanaluau.com.
*Venetian Bay Town and
Country Club: 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-
Lawn chairs are suggested;
no coolers. Admission is
free. Also, a farmers' mar-
ket is held from 8 a.m.-1
p.m. each Saturday at the
town center. For mom
information, call (386)
428-8448.
*WineStyles: At the
Shoppes of Yorketown,
1665 Dunlawton Ave.,
Suite 105, Port Orange, a
weekly tasting is held from
5:30-8 p.m. each Thursdity.
The cost is\ $5 and compli-
mentary to wine club
members. For more infor-
mation, call (386) 788-7188
or visit www.PortOr-
angeWinestyles.com.


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WEDNESDAY, DEC. 3
*Antiques Roadshow: Sica
Hall Senior Center will host this
event ate4 Hpom at 106 5ey
Collectors Club and several
appraisers will appraise items.
Each partiaipant will receive
one free appraisal with each
additional evaluation costing
$5. For more information, ca/1
(386) 236-2992
*Lvymg Chnistmas Tree:
White Chapel Church of Glod
will present this event at 7 p.m.,
Dec. 3-7, at 1730 S. Ridgewood
Ave., South Daytona. On Friday
night, each child will receive a
Christmas gift. The suggested
donation is $3. For tickets and
more information, call (386)
767-5470, Ext 211.
*Free 'Cocktails & Culture'
event: The Daytona Beach
International Festival will host
.this free .monthly gathering
from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at The
Shores Resort & Spa, 2637 S.
Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach
Shores, to give the public
chance to preview faue
artists, mingle with DBIF staff

u09Fiap rs achedh l fo
April 16 through May 2. In addi-
tion to a complimentary cock-
tail and hors d'oeuvres, the
event will feature video footage
and music showcasing 2009
festival performers. DBIF staff
and volunteers will be on hand
to answer any questions about
concerts, artists and any of the
new 2009 programs and
events. Free to the public, busi-
ness casual attire is encour-
aged.
THURSDAY, DEC. 4
*Holiday Party for the
needy: The Holly Hill Chamber
of Commerce will host a holi-
day party at 5 p.m. at Diamond
Backs Restaurant, 745 Ridge-
wood Ave., Holly Hill. Refresh-
ments, cash bar and door prizes
will be available. Participants
may brin cnnead food toys o
For more information, call
(386) 255-L731el.PrytBee
uppy o Pr t e-
fit Concerned Citizens for Ani-
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votions are required; call (386)
677-7005.

MONDAY, DEC. 1
*World AIDS Day: A candle-
light walk and interfaith healing
service will be held from 6-9
p.m. at Our Lady of Lourdes
Church, 201 University Blvd.,
Daytona Beach. The service will
support those affected by and
infected with HIV/AIDS. For
more information, call (386)
255-0433.

TUESDAY, DEC. 2
*Silent Auction and Fashion
Show: The silent auction will
start at 6:30 p.m. followed by
the fashion show at 7 p~m. at
Seabreeze High School audito.
rium, 2700 N. Oleander Ave.,
Daytona Beach. This .is a
fundraiser so DECA can com-
pete and for the DECA pro-
gram. For more information,
call (386) 679-5061 or (386)
676-1400.
*Dinner and presentation:
The Institute of Electrical and
Electronics Engineers will pres-
ent tis eenitaopen vothe pu -

Club, 331 S. Beach St., Daytona
Beach. Cocktails will be served
at 6:30 p.m., followed by dinner
at 7 p.m. The program, led by
Dr. Carl Schwenker, of Halifax
Medical Center Speakers
Bureau, will start at 8 p.m. He
will discuss the da Vinci S Surgi-
cal System, a robotic platform
designed to enable complex
surgery using a minimally inva-
sive ~approach. Dr. Schwenker
was in private practice in Day-
tona Beach from 1963-96. After
retirement, he started a second
career with the Foundation
(Halifax' Medical Center), work-
ing in fundraising, medical staff
liaison and organizing a Com-
munity Speakers Bureau. There
is a cash bar and meals may be
reserved with payment on
arrival. Dinners cost $18 each; a
veggie plate is available upon
re uest fors 50. Tomake resent.
selection, call 386-671-3706 by
Monday at noon. For those
unable to attend, reservations
must be cancelled at least 24
hours prior to the meeting.


SUNDAY, NOV. 30
*Christmas in the Gardens:
Ti vne wil baet gedarom
Gardens, 950 Old Sugar Mill
Road, Port Orange. Vendors,
artists, photographers, plants,
memorial bricks, raffles, garden
tours and free refreshments will
be available. Admission is free;
donations will be accepted. For
more information, call (386)
767-0996.
*Trolley Tours: The Ormond
Beach Historical Trust will host
this two-hour at 1:15 p.m. Par-
ticipants will be introduced to
more than 30 historical build-
ings and sites in Ormond
Beach. The .climate-controlled
trolley makes stops at the
Fairchild Oak and the Three
Chimneys Sugar NMill Ruins
(ruins not otherwise open to
the public). The cost is $20 for
adults, $18 for seniors and $7
for children ages 5-12. Tours
begin at the Casements parking
lot, 25 Riverside Drive, Ormond
Beach. Seating is limited. Reser-


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Beach St., and will be held rain
or shine. Participants may earn
prizes by raising $200 'in indi-
vidual sponsorships. Major
sponsorship levels range from
$2,000 to $100. Proceeds from
the ride will be donated by the
Kiwanis Club Foundation to
FUTURES-Take Stock in Chil-
dren Scholarshi s, Terrific Kids
and Excellence in Education
programs. To register, cal/ (386)
214-5290, send an e-mail to
lan@TheDreamHomesTeam.co
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www.geocities.com/obkivitanis.
*Sophie's Magical Fur Ball:
This benefit dinner dance and
silent auction will be held from
6:30-11:30 p.m. at the Ponce
Inlet Community Center, 4670
S. Peninsula Drive. Tickets cost
$37.50 and include two drinks,
dinner, silent auction, deejay
and raffle tickets. Proceeds will
benefit local shelter animals.


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*Hdgew ater~ Fire-Rescue
Binge: Games begin at 6:30
p~m. each Tuesday at the Fire- tU I
Rescue~ bssciation Fire! Hall, ~1~
2616 Hubllisculs Drive. Two "
games have $100 jackpots. The
facility isnon-smoking, snacks
and so drinks are available for r
purchase, All proceeds benefit -
the Fire=Rescue Association's
various causes, For more infor-
motin, call (386) 424-2445. Start ng at onl
*M~ursi for Healing: spon- Early Bird Specials *4"0 1P"
sored by the Port Orange Min- Mon. Fri. 2pm 5pmn
isterial Asisociation, "Music for ..
Healing: Body, Mind and Spinit" : -
is held from 12:15-12:45 p.m.
each Wednesday at the All
Saints Lutheran Church, 751 -
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and meditation. At the Dec. 3
meeting, David Stokes and
Lansing Dowde~llwill provide
the music. 7he public rnay
attend. Instru pintal musicians
are needed. r more mnforma- ~ 1 5jS EC
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Daytona Beach Shores. During
this s.mi-formal g...a.,ans,
four-course meals will be
served with wines that comrple-
ment: each course. A wile
expert will teach facts about
each wine. R~ewrylrluml-. are
required, and guests must be
21 years old. The cost is $30
per person, Proceeds will ben-
efit the Children's Hom~e 5Soi-
&ty. To make reisenlrrrva tiomcl
(386) 788-3922.
*Bunko, Bridge .and Porker:
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 1 p.m. each Saturday and
Pot~ a gel Ctue rpir t
create a live, interadctiea exe
learn navigation, pirate
weaponry,. knotting or rope
tying and pirate i~ngo, 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
the Gamble property. Canoe
and kayak launch and rentals,
guided eco-history Pontoon
boat tours and golf cart tours of


suitations and door prizes. For
insr iintrrrenocan, ==//
7603600,
*Bud Lightt Presents c~arlos
F/Mencia: At Close Range: Live
Nation and ICONJ entertain-
ment will present this stad-u
comedian at 8 p~m. at Pao
Auditorium. Whether it is man-
rello-the-l.l-.two: interviews, studio
comedy, commercial parodies
or? nationwide sold-out tours,
Manci/a demonstrates the abili-
ty to connect with a diverse
audience. His 60-city stand-up
routineI touches on ethnic
stereoypes, racism and peo-
ple's inability to laugh at: them-
selves. Men~cia's "Mind of Men.
clo" debuted on Comedy
Central in early 2005 and aver.,
ages about '1.5 million viewers.
He has starred opposite Ben
Stiller and Michelle Monaghan
in the Farrelly Brothers' film,
r cntly r ture from his scd
on rpto Ku ait aftea hosti g
for American troops in the Mid-
dle East. Reserved tickets cost
$42 and may be purchased at
www~divenation~com, Peabody
Auditorium box office and all
Ticketmaster outlets. To charge
by phone, call (407) 839-3900.
ONGOING EVENTS
*A Taste of' Wines: Port
Royal Caribbean Restaurant
will host this event at 6:30 p.m.
the second Wednesday of each
month inside Pirates Cove
Resort, 3501 5. Atlantic Ave.,


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Shorire. 8resrt: & SPa and rif ly
Me L~ovet Onnefis will host lh -

Ave., Daytona Beach shaoires,
The benefit will feature the
Hunks & Hattles for Hounds ~
AuIctjIo, which offers pjin3'yg.
rs a chance tO bUY a dlts
whil~ benefithR andY ~
ca nq 5~ p ayk~ ~ olusia
Inelute programs BRi &94
to skydivin T~wenty bachelor
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cost $25 inl advance and $30 at
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Fashion Sa ad~r: The Pashion
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event from 5-7 p~am. ini the Galf-
stream Vill go Plaza~ at the cor-
ner of Cl ~e Morris Boulevatrd
and Her ert Street in Port
Orange. This free event will ~fa-
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Hometown News Friday, November 28, 2008


B4 Port Orange/Ponce Inl~et


ing for the truth. Yours is a
high-quality life. All you give
to others is ready to come
back multiplied. Your greatest
strength is in your warm, car-
ing heart. No one has a
greater one.

Aquarius Jan.20-Feb. 18
Because of your strong con-
sceknce co unevker haveoto
success is to make the best
use of what you have on
hand. Your resourcefulness is
legion. Life isn't always per-
fect, but you never let the
challenges stop you. These
fine qualities will help us all
endthe old yearte. afid start a
getnew one. Thanks for


continue to bring you greater
and much deserved rewards
in the future. Your clear open
mind and heart is the reason
for this awesome insight and
pleasure.

Scorpio Oct. 23-Nov. 21
Your natural passion for life is
a positive influence on many
others around you. Keep a
main focus on your main
goals. This allows you to fill in
with lesser ones as needed.
The holidays will be filled
with a variety of opportunities
and responsibilities in your
realm of expertise. Now
everyone can expect success,
fun, goodwill and happiness
is the result.


you want and I will bless it."
When Saturn speaks it is very
important to listen and
renew your action,

Libra -Sept 23-Oct.22
Your positive attitude has
brought you safely through
many past obstacles. It will
continue into the future. You
are a very strong.sign. The
recent time honing your nat-
ural talents and skills will


Pisces Feb. 19-Mnarch 20
You deserve the best in life
because you give the best.
You always know what the
rest of us need. Your love of
apirit, family and others i
w y you are so s ccsr- ht
. u are going in th ig
direction. These deep insig ts
into basicotuuth cor nueat

friends. What a strong force
you are. How lucky we all are.
You open our hearts.

Star visions
visit James Tucker's new Web
site perso nalIsp iritgui de.com,
call (72) 334-9487 or e-
mail jtuckxyz@aol.com for
details.


Sagittarius Nov. 22-Dec. 21
The joy of achievement is the
fuel that ignites the fire in
your soul. Nothing thrills you
more than seeing a plan
work out that gives joy to
yourself and those in your
divine circle of life. The timing
is awesome for taking action
on your goals. Why? Because
your sign, moon, Mercury and
Mars are in your house giving
you great favor. Go for it.

Calpricorn Dec.22-Jan 19
Your life is a journey, not a
destination. Keep honing
your skills. You are a tireless
seeker of truth and a strong
inspiration to others search-


the artistic labors of the
artists from the Harris
House League (the volun-
teer corps of Atlantic Center
for the Arts).
The boutique will feature
a silent auction for theme
baskets and an array of tea
sandwiches and other
refreshments to ticket hold-
ers.
The Tour of Homes is the
main fundrdaier for
IMAGES: A Festival of the
Arts, a juried art festival that
will be presented by Atlantic
Center for the Arts Jan. 31
and Feb. 1 in Riverside Park
in New Smyrna Beach.
The IMAGES Tour of
Homes also will include a
aisit the New Smym

will hold tours. The muse-
um will also feature an
exhibit~ showcasing an "old-
fashioned Christmas."
Tickets for the tour and
boutique cost $20 each.
To purchase tickets, stop
by the Images offeie, 214 S.
Riverside Drive, New Smzyr-
ia. Beach, call (386) 423-
4733 or send an e-manil to
images@imagesatrtfestival.oB
rg. 27ckets also wrill: be avail-
able the day of the event at
the boutique.


Photo courtesy of Sandi Carroll
The home of John and Shirleen Foster located on Faulkner Street in New Smyrna Beach
was built in 1924. The Spanish-Mediterranean-style house will be featured as part of the
IMAGES Tour of Homes on Dec. 6.


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Virgo -Aug.t23 isn't 2

fun, dan't d t. Keep a strong
focus on your top priorities so
y don't gt scttered. Scat.
youed erge iscwasted ener-
tereSateurner now in positive
~/gnment and says, "You are
free now. Go for it, do what


Homes
From page Bl

ing Norman Earle's collec-
tion of large porcelain gas
stations signs.
The IMAGES Boutique,
set up in the Whatmore
Commons at Atlantic Center
for the Arts, 1414 Art Center
Ave., will feature the fruits of


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you need is a little tw~ine, at
dip net: and any cheap
meat for bait. Anyone can
crab grandma, mom
and dad and certainly the
kids. If you have toddlers
along, be sure to provide a
stick so they may joust
with the crabs after you
have them in the bucket.

See FISHING, B6


duplicate that fun for the
kids in your life.
You may get the same
effect with a bucket of
shrimp here on the east
side of the county. T~he
many piers, parks and
docks that line the Intra-
coastal Waterway will have
the young ones squealing
with delight as they do
~battle with mangrove
snappers or pinfish.
Of course ~the ultimate
family fun is crabbing. Allr


Hope everyone had a
Thanksgiving wit
good food, family and
football. It is truly an all-
American holiday and
easily my favorite. I don't
have to make excuses for
m o gift choe ad
man cocentratoies an
overeating, which I am
very good at. Best of all,
the kids are out of school
and most folks get a four-
day weekend so that all
may enjoy a bit of fishing.
Right now, the speckled
perch are hitting in the
lakes along the St. Johns
River, and a bucket of
minnows will give you and
the youngsters all the fun
you can handle. Get the
kids to help turn over the
leaf pile for fresh earth-
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23' ALI.MAND 1970
Fiberglass, hardtop with
bracket, no motor., $200
386-295-7180

3-HE ER YAM HA

AIR COMPRESSOR
new condition portable
100 PSI with hose, $50
386-717-6695
AIR HOCKEY Game
Table- 7', electronic scor-
ing, excellent condition.
$200, 386-852-8289 Vol
ANGEL COLLECTORS-
small to medium size,
$2h II, 38 a0 -982An ois
BALLS GOLF, brand
new, Titleist, 8 dz. $200,
386-304-0498
Bar oft white, 3'Wx 3'H,
2 drawers & 2 doors, top
38-n3s04-128 Vol $4.
BED F eMuEe qu 0
386-334-0793
BED IN A Bag- Dan Riv-
er, full, mainly sea foam
& shades of green, com-
plete, $25, 386-238-6056
BED TRUNDLE, oak,
like new, bed accesso-
672sc Oplete, $100,
BED, QUEEN- Brass
frame w/ mattress & box
se-spring. 1 yr old. $200

BEb xTwin- ne bwmath es
$1000o,r 40-493-2601
BED- TWIN w/ boxspring
$50. 386-254-4814 Vol
BEDROOM SET- 6 pc.
dreseas ,a2dmi cors. 3e19e5n
386-428-4595 Vol


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BELT TROY 3100 cc
two cyc. 425, $48, wee-
deater wt. 3100,$75
386-427-8040



BLINDS, ALUMINUM- 2
sets, came off 6' French
doors, w/mounting hard-
ware, $40, 386-671-6805
BOOK MICROSOFT
2007 Teach yourself all
DVD's used once, $60
obo 910-922-3511
BUNK BEDS- red metal,
bottom is' full size, top
single, never slept on,
$100, 386-690-6598 Vol
Canopy swing new
$85, DVD surround
sound, Ma navox, new
in bo $60,
386-427-1563
CARd DOLLY e th Str p~s5
386-437-6853 VDL Hoey

750- 4150 base manual
choke, like new, fuel feed
$150, 386-763-9310
CHAIR, RECLINER-
$35, Patio set wl6 chairs,
$30, 386-316-2407 Vol
CHAIRS RECLINING/
rocker ,2 black leather,
$100 for both, 19" color
Tv, $50, 386-673-0005
CHINA CABINET- 60's
maple w/glass doors on
top, dove tailed drawers
$150, 386-427-4116 Vol
CHRISTMAS CERAMIC
Houses $5 .each.
386-441-3363 or
386-871-0747
CHRISTMAS TREE- 7.5"
sim, ecep~tiorilyeeni ke 8
new $100. 386-304-9080


CHRISTMAS TREE- arti-
ficial, green, 7', $125,
386-428-2596 Vol
COAT, SWING- Lucien
P crd 33 B o n Le th~e .

COFFEE MAKER- Melit-
ta Take 2, New $18. Vic-
tonias Secret handbag
$15. 386-252-9007 Vol
COMMODE, Bedside-
ultra modern, black
wrought iron & blue vinyl,
$25, 386-672-1322 Vol
COMPUTER, LAPTOP.
Dell Latitude. New WiFi
card. $199 Call Joyce
386-212-7982 Vol
COMPUTER-GATEWAY
Essential 566c, Windows
98. Excellent condition.
$100. 386-424-1751 Vol
CONCRETE EDGING-
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%eah 386-3 4-9408Vol$1
COUoCHw AeS3TEu, hipk&
$175 386-677-4999
DESK<- 7 drawers, 27x60,
$65, GE Refrigerator 18
cubic feet, $125,
386-424-1392 Vol
DISHWASHER- 18".
Never Used. $100.
440-570-8224 Vol
DOG FENCE- Above
ground electric, 1 collar,
3185, 386-767-0830 Vol
DOG KENNEL PetMate.
Large dog kennel. $40
386-871-2504
DOOR, Exterior- mobile
home 32"x76" $50, (2)
Interior door slabs24x
80" $15ea 386-837-9697
DRYER HOTPOINT,
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records vhs to disc.
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ENTERTAINMENT CEN-
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shelves, glass do,
$100, 321-287-3423 Vol
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Sunglow, Main Street and
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platforms. Take along
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steel leader would also be
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fishing.
If you catch a nice
sunny day there are even
benches for dozing and
catching a few rays. You
might want to bring along
a few turkey and cranber-
ry sandwiches to keep you
company.
Fishing with the family
for the holidays: You just
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all.Woringwit reer-1275sf. kit, dining 50' 1-term. Incl. water, cable, ed 2/2. 1st floor. Covered Pets OK. $1,400/mo.
eceW | eae cahlRi priv balcony. Poolclbhs, 3601 S. Atlantic Ave. parking. Only $950/mo. 386-846-4745-
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DAYTONA Prt 38-36-05 DATONAanfror ,HON ONCE FINLET 2Oceban Am e2 tdq
home. Includes utilities. renovated, furn. NPood Competely Frenovbr2ate. o, e apt eln
$500/mo. $300 Security. " gym, gar pkg $1295/mo. Private Beach access Ofansl, lowcapted off iNova
no pts. 86-51-635 0 L*'+ sec. No Pets. 386- No smoking, $1200/mo. 3rd St. $925 + util
SOUT DAYONA akeDAYTNA BACH 322-7452 954-609-7639 Small pet. 407-873-1564 386-237-1295
Front! Furnished,TV & In- Central Manor Apts serv- EDGEWATER Large 1 PORT ORANGE EDGEWATER- 2504
ternet included. Full .!ng adults 62+ or mobility br, nice & clean, quiet 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, Glenwood Dr, 3br/ 2bal
house privileges. Private impaired 1bd/1ba Rent area,furn/unfurn $590/ new carpet, tile and paint. 2cg+, fenced ,backyard,
entrance/bath. $525/mo. is based on income. mo.+sec. water & 1/2 Central heat and air. scrned porch wrjacuzzi,
+ 1/2 elec. 386-316-2979 386-255-2622 EOH & elec. incid. 386-689-8766 VERY NICEI rent includes $200/mo
Handicap accessible. $675 month y. Pet OK. utility cawter/ser &
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#1191 big corner lot. pets. Great location near 1300sf. Bonus office area rent. Harbor Oaks area. EDGEWATER: 2br/1.5ba
Waterview, Southern everything REDUCED $785. $595 dep. Great Onlyd lock to driver. Qui w/wterview at 706 Ma y
exposure. Annual $700 or Only $950/mo $300 sec. Location W/D hkup. Huge 'er Sh dv rat Lp t St. Scrn porch, Tool
Seasonal $800/mo +Please call 386-761-7029 closet, C/A/Cwater incld. In ,as Ce'dryer. Str t- shed. $705/mo or
electric. 518-848-4472 No dogs. 386-689-1243 Avallable nowl $575/mo2b/adpex291n-
DAYTNA BACH-NEW SMYRNA BEACH Call 386-316-4919 dia Palm, fncd yard, CHA
Mt s Oceanfront, Furn 1/1, all d S$695/mo 386-4 3-5273
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HOME 386-756-8019Eficenc o NEW SMYRNA OCEANH gym, poo, WiDcaben, Iodgewoater 2Br/land w
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Ocd floron effg &frottom ca.Frtfor e e.949301 rmitaosa. Pto
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$900/mo(incl elec, gas.
water,cable&Iawn maint),
doesn't incl phone & in-
ternet. Pvt fenced back-
yd. Must pass back-
ground 386-416-8464.
ORMOND BEACH The
Trails. 3bd/2ba/2car gar
ig Living rm. w/fire lace
Fenced yard. Furn shed
$1100/mo. 386-615-0757
ORMOND BY THE SEA
Spacious 2/1, tile thru
out, w/d hook up, C/HIA,
detached garage, off
street pkg, walk to beachl
$825/mo. 386-681-9339
PONCE INLET- 2 bedrm
2o bthrm r2 car garmfgee
fecdyard, walk to
bnc3 22-469 102a95 6
PORT ORANGE 3/2/2
Pool home. Near 1-95 &
School. No pets, boats,
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PORT ORANGE- very
clean dblewide spacious
3br/2ba, wld hk-up In-
side, Ig screened porch,
carport. No smoking/pets
$750/mo. 1 year lease.
Lawn & pest incl. F/L/S
386-767-0020
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SHORES 2br/2.5ba, on
Atlantic Ave., W/D, dish-
.washer, tile firs., remod-
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Call (386)871-4907
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2br/1.5ba townhouse,
central loc, incl trash
pick-up & pest. $650/mo.
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PORT ORANGE- 40+
comm, pool gym rec
room, Jacuzzi library
2/1.5, w/d, near every-
thing, $699/mo Rent to
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PORT ORANGE 500sf
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DAYTONA BCH Shores
A1A So. of Dunlawton
2nd flr outside entry.
Oceanview ea 20xi2'. Kit
granite countertop &
private full bath. Signage
avi. 1-3Nooffices oaval
mo free with 1-year lease.
386-322-3600



PORT ORANGE Taylor
Woods, 3/2/2, excellent
cond, screened porch &
backyard. Central to
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K.9 ROt 195/mo. o
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386-4 1-4018 / 72-1276
PORT ORANGE Oak
Centre Business Park.
1000 sq ft & up of ware-
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NEW SMYRNA
BEACH81DE
839 25th AVENUE
2/1, tiled throughout,
carport, laundry
walk to beach
$850/mo
MARKER 38
Intra-coastal access,
boat slip included, 2/2,
covered parking
$1,150/mo .
8205. COOPER ,

2/2, la8g E aeened
porch, great residential
area, lawn svo Included
$1,000/mo~
OCEANWALK
2/2, fully furnished.
screened balcony.
Coinmunitys pool,
$1,200/mo
BOUCHELLE ISLAND
22 rols tddb r,

6632 TURTLEMOUND
2/2,.ocean view, short
walk to beach
$1,200/mo
NEW SMYRNA
MAINLAND
914 PALMETTO
STREET
2/1, new carpet,
I rg~e0 yrd

629 GLENDEVON
2/2 withD Iotreplace,
very private
$850/mo
274 CARNOUSTIE
LANE
2/2 Sugar MIII Villa,
furnished
$1,000/mo
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676 CORAL TRACE
3/2, fully appllilnced
kitchen, tile Ilving
room/dining room,
"$ Oagarage

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large garage
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Holiday shopping not just business; it's personal


is the core of a community, the
lifeblood. Without our local business
partners, we would be left with only
the large national chains with no ties
to our community, only looking to
take our money and run when times
get rough.
So, this holiday season, I have '
made a pact with myself to purchase
everything I possibly can from local
purveyors. Bikes, music, wine'
gourmet food, books, even clothes
can be found in businesses owned by
those who live among us.
Sure, I might pay a little more, but
that extra coin will stay in my
community, not be shipped off to
some corporate headquarters up


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north. i'
And by purchasing locally, you get
hometown service. It's nice to be
able to pick up the phone and get an
actual person on the line ~or walk
into a place and talk to the same
person who sold you an.item.
Holiday dinners and parties? Local
restaurants only. There's something
to be said about walking into a place
"where everyone knows your name."
Not that all locally owned busi-
nesses are perfect. Many of them ar'e
owned by people who have never
been in business for themselves
before. But because they dreamed
and dared, I think we can cut them a
little slack while they work out the
kinks. If we stick with them now,
think of the gratitude they will show
us later.
I hope you will join me in patron-
izing locally owned businesses this
holiday season. Because it's not just
business, it's personal.

Steve Erlanger is publisher and
chief operating officer of Hometown
News.






sWants to wish our clients,
friendss & family Happy Holidays!


I cannot tell you how many times
I have seen a small business open up
in my community, say to myself,
"Oh, that's great, I'll have to get in
there," and then drive by months
later and realize that I have yet to
make that first stop to see what this
new venture is all about.
This frustrates me. My intentions
are good. And maybe if I had seen
Svarious.advertisements reminding
me about the place, I would have
made that visit.
The best part is when it's locally
owned, it's not just a business, but a
person possibly a neig bor or
someone I know from the gym or the
park or school events.
'It's personal.
I think of the excitement they
must have had when first getting the
idea for the business, putting it
together and actually seeing it take
shape. Then, as the excitement
slowly fades and the reality of
success or failure is in plain view, the
realization of such a brave move
takes hold.
It is all of our responsibility to help
our local business people succeed. It


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Cover designed by ,
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Cover photo by Randy B~arber

Hometown News
G~en~evral Manager
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ASSOciate Managing Editor
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Staff WriterS
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SJamye Durrance
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unique and custom gifts fitting the
Florida lifestyle are available locally.
Mega Power Sports in Daytona
Beach is offering action-oriented, fun
gifts such as scooters, motorcycles,
dirt bikes, ATV's and Go Karts for all
ages.
"It's a one-stop, fun for everyone
store," said owner Daviid Levison,
known around town as "Mr. Mega."
He's offering in-house financing
with low down payments to help his
customers purchase their dream gift,
he said, and all scooter and motorcy-
cles come with a free one-year mem-
bership to the American Automobile
Association.
His two stores also carry a full line
of accessories including helmets, sad-
dle bags, clothing and parts.
Ever heard of Switchflops? Head
over to Coastal Loco in Daytona
Beach Shores to check out these
unique flip-flops that feature remov-
able designer straps to instantly
change the look.
Store owner Patti Lewis said cus-
tomers see the shoes and say "Wow,
why didn't I think of that? What a great
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If you're already making a list and
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there are only 27 more shopping days
left until Christmas.
Despite the Grinch-like economy,
consumers have not given up buying
gifts this year, experts say.
According to the National Retail
Federation, people are still planning
on shopping, but they're scouring
stores for sales, discounts and incen-
tives to make their holiday dollars
stretch further
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season?
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percent who shop in major department stores.
"When people are trying to save, they are look-
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executive director of the Association.
With the holidays approaching and fears of a
recession looming, local consignment and thrift


stores are hoping to bring in spendthrif gift
shoppers looking for an alternative to the malL.
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housaehold items and c](tlothe.
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ReahC.1 lisitingf from \:.irginia, said she was in
fam!!ilialr surroundings.
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pen," she said. "I can spend hours in the stores."
And Ms. Tyson isn't alone.
According~ to the National Association of
Resale and Thrift Shops Web site, the resale
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in new stores over the past three years. They esti-
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Shop in Daytona Beach.
Employee Jack Nee said the store
carries unique, high-quality surf-
boards and has recently increased the
number of skateboards in stock.
Although surfboards are an invest-
ment, they last a long time, he said.
"IOur customers" treat them like
gold," he said.
Mega Power Sports has two loca-
tions in Daytona Beach at 390 N.
Beach St. and 921 W. International
Speedway Blvd. (386)252-8368.
Coastal Loco is located at 2316 S.
Atlantit' Ave. in Daytona Beach
Shores. (386) 236-9926.
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813 Main St. in Daytona Beach. (386)
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able prices.
"It's a very eclectic little shop," she
said.
Items such as beaded home fra-
grance, handmade jewelry, Webkinz,
home d~cor, Christmas ornaments,
tropical-themed items and tote bags
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Holiday -shopping has seemingly
taken on a life of its own over the
years. While gifts under the tree has
been a holiday tradition as long as
most of us can remember, come the
day after Thanksgivihg, the race is
officially on. Shoppers trek to the mall
in droves, and stores advertise super
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For many shoppers, however, the
dollar bill doesn't exactly come into
the equation. Oftentimes, plastic is
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wisely they can avoid the pitfalls com-
monly associated with paying with
plastic.
*Shop~ for the right credit card. Not
all credit cards are the same, and
Shoppers should comparison shop for
the right card much like they would
shop for the right deal on a gift. Ideal-
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the lowest interest rate. A credit card
is essentially a loan, and the longer


the balance goes without being fully
paid off, the more you'll be paying in
interest charges. Therefore, the lower
the interest rate, the less you'll be pay-
ing, just like a regular loan. While it's
ideal to pay balances off immediately,
for many people that's not an option.
So shop around for the credit card
that offers the best interest rate, and
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for the price of one. Give them
both to the same golfer, or split
it between your two favorites.
Either way, you save over $230.
(www.exoticsgolf.com)
I you're looking for a great
way to personalize that golf gift,
Taylor Made has just the thing
for you. The new "My TP Ball"
program allows you to choose
which number you want on
your golf ball. Everyone has
their favorite number, and
some have an unlucky one as
well. Now you can put any num-
ber between 0 and 99 on the
balls you order. Darren Clarke
has a 60 on his golf balls. It's to
honor his lowest-ever score.
(www.mytpball.com)
Fans of Miura clubs now have


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their chance to try the compa-
ny's new hybrid. Known for'
making the world's highest-
quality forged irons for the past
41 years, Miura has just intro-
duced a new driver, fairway
woods and putter line to go with
their award-winning irons and
new hybrids.
(www.miuragolf.com)
All gofers need some help
with their game. The David
Leadbetter Swing Setter Pro is
designed to make it easy to get
the feeling for a great golf swing,
hit shots longer and straighter
and more importantly, make
your swing consistent on the
golf course without having to
over-think.
The Swing Setter Pro is
designed to correct five' basic
faults that hold back nearly
every golfer; poor grip, incorrect
wrist cock, the dreaded over-
the-top/outside-in swing path,
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It's almost that time of year.
Now is the time when friends
and families of golfers ask me
what to get that golfer on their
holiday shopping list. Here are a
few ideas.
Tour Edge Golf is ready to
help shoppers with the eco-
nomic crunch. The company's
Exotics line is one of the best in
the business and through Jan.
31, or while supplies last, golfers
purchasing a new Exotics XLD
driver will get an XLD fairway
wood of their choice absolutely
free~ direct from Tour Edge.
The Exotics line is known for
ultimate distance and incredi-
ble forgiveness. They are built
for those who demand the
finest performing golf clubs in
the world. With experienced
designers and smaller produc-
tion runs, Exotics by Tour Edge
brings futuristic technologies to
the marketplace months, even
years, ahead of its time.
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COnSignment stores can be full of
desi ner labels; everything from Ed
Hardy to Betsy Johnson and
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teenagers were looking for the latest fashions.
But, her thrifty habits have stuck around.
"With my salary as a teacher's aide, I need it,"
she said.
Ms. Gillespie said she buys supplies for her
classes at thrift stores as well as buying teddy
bears for local charities to give to children.
Most consignment stores donate merchandise
that hasn't sold to charities.
ionsih ev n and thriftlsetores are also "green,"
"Everything you buy is something that is not
put into a landfill," Ms. Meyer said.
Cindy Kautter, owner of Thrifty Threads Con-
signment in New Smyrna Beach, said the stores
serve multiple purposes.
"It saves gas," she said. "If you live in (the
area), it helps the downtown area and mer-
chants."
Ms. Lewis said that even if the economy turns
around, Saving money will always be fashion-
able.
"Once you find a bargain, it's hard to go bac,
she said. "You get used to having that money."


"People are trying to get money. Times are
tough."
Consignment stores can be full of designer
labels, everything from Ed Hardy to Betsy John-
son and Louis Vuitton.
By snagging an Ed Hardy shirt for $38 as com-
pared to $98 at the mall the savings add up
quickly, said Karen Ondo, owner of KTT's Classy
Creative Consignments in Port Orange.
"It's a good way to save money on top-of-the-
line stuff," she said. "You can get new stuff at a
reasonable price."
Ms. Ondo also recently opened her store. In
addition to women's clothing, she also sells some
home furnishings and trinkets.
Both Ms. Lewis and Ms. Ondo said they sel
only high quality merchandise that has been
thoroughly inspected, eliminating any fears

ab'e rels oonl tkt h gclndn suff," Ms. Lewis
said. "I'm real picky about that. I take it serious-

YWhile consignment shops are typically consid-
ered more high-end and usually sell only clothes,
thrift stores sell a little bit of everything. Thrift
stores for the most part are run by non-profit
organizations.
For Edgewater resident Nora Jane Gillespie,
thrift stores are the way to go.
Rattling off a list of the thrift stores in the area,
she said she buys just about everything in there.
Pointing to her own outfit, Ms. Gillespie adds
up the total cost to well under $10.
She started her bargain ways when her


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holidays is a cinch.
Ms. Ty5son is already ahead of the trend.
"I bought a lot of Christmas gifts (at thriP
stores)," she said. "A lot of the time they're new.
Meloyde Lewis, owner of Miss Priss, an.
Ormond Beach consignment shop, said she has
seen a boost in penny-pinching shoppers smnee
opening six months ago.
"We've doubled our space," she said. "People
are catching on. Consignment is a great time.
Ms. Meyer said the recent economic crisis will
put a damper on some holiday shopping and
thriftesotolresamightttg thbea sution.sad Yucn

find a lot of things for people (at resale and thrift
sitoeh consignment, shoppers bring in items
(typically clothing) and usually receive between
40 and 60 percent of the selling price for the
items.
Then the store typically sells the item for
between 50 to 75 percent less than what the orig-
inal price was'
Customers who bring in clothes get a little
extra cash for holiday shopping and clean out
their closets while shoppers get great bargains'
Ms. Lewis said.
That enticement is bringing people in droves'
she said.
"Our whole backroom is full,"' Ms. Lewis said.





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Fashion Quilted Bag $8: Similar to
Vera Bradley and available in a
variety of colors and sizes.

Flip Style Universal Remote Con-
trol $5: A remote that folds into 1;he
size of most cell phones. In case
you are, or know, the one person
who doesn't get frustrated at losing
their remote in the couch cush-
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Wire Gaming Organizer $12: Neat-
ly holds the gaming system, con-
trollers and games. Also serves as a
subtle message to the recipient to
do more cleaning and less gaming.

Cupcake Display Tree $12: Holds
24 cupcakes and helps to unleash
someone's inner Martha Stewart.

Florida Gators Paraphernalia $5-
20: Everything from T-shirts to car


Magnets to wallets to .outdoor
flags. Also available for Florida
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Cordless Mediation and Tranquili-
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"Enjoy the soothing sound of flow-
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need when they get those post-hol-
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variety of designs and styles.

Cat & Dog Treat Canisters $6:
Shaped like a stocking and features
either a cat or dog lid.

Holiday Teddy Bears $6: Cuddly
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Even if you don't buy gifts at the
dollar store, they are also great for
buying candles, batteries, wrap-
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(for those holiday parties where
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On your way to a holiday party
with no gift in hand? -
Don't want to spend a lot of
money on gifts for your co-workers
or in-laws?
Dollar stores are a great place to
pick up last minute gifts, avoid the
hassle of the mall and save a little
cash.
Below are some gift ideas from a
local dollar store: .

Bath Sets $6-$8: The sets come in a
variety of scents and' sizes. They
make great gifts or stocking
stuffers.
Available in peppermint candy,
brown sugar vanilla, lavender
vanilla, cherry blossom, orchid
blossom, lavender and honey, pear,
red apple and coconut lime.
Also available: pedicure and mani-
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'T~hey know that store does more to help the local economy
and community and makes more of an impact (than a nation-
al chain)."


first" when shopping.
Volusia County business owners and
managers said they have found the
same.
The Daytona Flea & Farmers Market,
open every Friday, Saturday and Sun-
day year-round, has 600 independent
stores. About half of them are owned by
Volusia County residents, said Shan-
non Woodrum, assistant marketing
director.
The market is perfect for the con-
sumer dedicated to saving money and
the planet, he said.
"(You're) keeping your money local
and saving fuel at the same time," he
said. "You've got a lot of things you
need in one stop. That seems to be an
attractive thing for people."
The market offers heavily discounted
designer perfumes, jewelry and surfing
gear, which should be best-sellers this
holiday, said Becky Steinke, marketing
director.
Mr. Woodrum said he also expects
computer and electronics stores that
"have anything you'd get at Best Buy"
and the "As Seen on TV" stores, which
don't require the wait or shipping costs,
to be big draws at the flea market this
holiday season.
Cutting wait-time and saving on
shipping are two of the benefits of liv-
ing near Christopher Bean Coffee
Company, a national socially con-


Ann Bartz
Business Alliance for Living Local Ecol
scious coffee maker started by a South
Daytona resident. Locals can choose
from 70 different varieties of coffee
and tea online and then pick them up
at the company's Daytona Beach
headquarters.
The company's new fair trade
organic house blend and holiday cof-
fees, including Pumpkin Spice, Mistle-
toe Mocha and Winter Wonderland, a
vanilla-coconut-powdered sugar con-
coction, are already available, said
marketing director Mark Geallis.
And if you need a mug for that cof-
fee, you needn't look further than
Ormond Beach's Mud Monkey Paint-
Your-Own-Pottery & Art Studio, where
you can paint unique ornaments,
plates, even cookie jars, for $6 to $64
each. *
"You could spend $100 on one gift,
or you could spend $100 making five
Christmas gifts from the heart ... while
combining your Christmas and enter-
tainment budgets," said owner Bonnie


Karet. "It's giving the gift of time."
Also in Ormond Beach is Noah's
Market, which is not only locally
owned and operated, but also offers
local products. You can bottle your
own olive oil or balsamic vinegar, try
house recipe marmalades and jams or
pick up wines made 10 miles or 10,000
miles away, said manager Bob Black-
more.
In return for shopping locally, resi-
dents get the help of local business
owners, who offer personalized serv-
ice, said Christe Baich, owner of At
Your Bark and Call, which offers pet
grooming, daycare, photography
(including photos with Santa) and
supplies in Port Orange.
"I don't have big-money backers. I'm
a small business, so I depend on
everybody in town," said Ms. Baich,
who often works 12-hour days with
her baby daughter Madison and two
dogs at her side. "We get a lot of repeat
clients because of the good we do."


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Locally owned and operated.
Buying locally, experts say, bolsters
the economy, creates new jobs, pro-
motes investment in neighborhoods
and nonprofit groups, helps the envi-
ronment and builds diverse commu-
nities with character.
"Increasingly, because of the move-
ment to shop locally, we're hearing
more people going into stores and
saying, 'You're locally owned, and
that's why I shop here,'" said Ann Bartz
of .the Business Alliance for Living
Local Economies, a network of 20,000
independent business owners in the
U.S. and Canada. "They know that
store does more to help the local econ-
omy and community and makes more
of an impact (than a national chain)."
The alliance has compiled studies
that show that impact.
A local merchants' alliance' study
conducted in San Francisco last year,
for instance, found that if consumers
diverted 10 percent of their purchases
from chain stores to local businesses,
it would create 1,300 new jobs and add
$200 million in local economic activi-

In another study, 58 percent of con-
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To help your clubs stay safe and dry when the
weather turns, Sun Mountain offers the H2NO
Bag in both a carry bag and cart bag version.
H2NO is constructed from waterproof materials
plus the ample pockets are seam-sealed to offer
additional waterproof protection. When used
with the matching rainhood the H2NO offers
complete waterproof protection for the entire
bag including the clubs.
Additionally, H2NO features ample storage
space with six pockets to include a full-length
clothing pocket, waterbottle pouch and velour-
lined valuables pocket to protect those expen-
swve watches and jewelry.
(www. sunmountain. com)
Of course there are always lessons, rounds of
golf or a bag tag, towel or cap from your golfer's
favorite course. Any one of these would make
that special golfer very happy.
In the spirit of the season, Leupold, one of the
world's leaders in laser rangefinder technology,
has sent me a pair of its latest golf models to give
away to two lucky readers or listeners of my
radio show. (www.golf.1eup old. comn)
Leupold's GX-I and GS-II models are at the cut-
ting-edge in technology and one of them could
be yours! To enter, just drop me an email at
stammergolf@yahoo.com or send me a post
card at PO Box 2012, Palm. City, FL 34991, with
your name, phone number and address includ-
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poor or no release at impact, and poor rhythm.
(www.swingsetterpro. com)
SKLZ offers an entire lineup of golf training
products designed and endorsed by Rick Smith,
one of the game's top teachers. There are aids to
help you add accuracy and distance to your full
shots, as well as several to improve your putting
and chipping.
The latest product from SKLZ is the Gyro
Swing. This product uses a gyroscope in the club-
head that forces your swing to stay on-plane and
grooves a perfectly timed release.~ If you swing
incorrectly the gyroscope immediately lets you
know you are off-plane and helps guide you to
where you should be. (www.sklz.com)
Even though~ our winters aren't that cold and
wet, we still need a jacket on occasion. Sunice's
newWindstopper line is perfect for us Floridians,
The unique features of this garment include
lightweight construction, laser cut pockets for
cutting-edge appearance, a neoprene cuff finish
for added comfort and raglan zip-off sleeves
reveal a unique stylish vest. The Windstopper
protects your body's microcliniate from the chill-
ing effects of wind and weather while preventing
overheating and perspiration build-up by allow-
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Gift receipts have become ~a com-
mon feature of holiday and year-
round shopping. Gift receipts can
prove handy when it comes to gift-
giving provided they don't get lost in
the shuffle. These receipts make
returns and exchanges easier and
keep the purchase prices hidden
from the gift recipient.

Organizing your gift receipts is the
key. Here are some ways to keep
them under wraps and control your
holiday clutter. -

Coupon holder: A plastic coupon
holder can house all of your gift
receipts. Simply stow them in there
after your purchase and mark the
recipients' names on the receipts. -

Index card organizer: This tool may
take you back to your grammar
school days. You can purchase alpha-
betical card separators and store


your receipts by first or last name.

Gift card cardslenvelopes: Flimsy
gift receipts can get lost when placed
inside wrapped gifts. As the tissue
paper gets torn and tossed, so, often-
times, does the gift receipt. Place the
receipt in a small gift card and seal in
an envelope. Tie the card decorative-
ly to the outside of the gift with rib-
bon so the receipt will stay in place.

Devote a section of your wallet:
There's likely a pouch, divider or zip-
pered area that. can contain all of
your gift receipts. Upon making it
home after each shopping excursion,
simply sort through the receipts and
designate by recipient when the gift
is still fresh on your mind.

Keep a backup of original receipts:
Have all of the original receipts
handy in case you have to make a
return or your friend or family mem-
ber loses the gift receipt.

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