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PORT ORANGE PONCE INLET
SOUTH DAYTONA DAYTONA BEACH SHORES








Vol. 4, No. 7 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, March 13, 2009


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Suspect arrested

Port Orange police
arrested an 18-year-old
they said has been preying
on young girls. Bradley
Solomon faces two counts
of lewd or lascivious
battery. Police said
Solomon engaged in illegal.
sexual activity with at least
two girls, one 13 and
another 14, and they
suspect there may be more
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Residents want to flush sewer


expansion
By Jeanne Willard
Willard@hometownnewsol.com
PONCE INLET When it comes to
the cost of sewer services,,some resi-
dents say it reeks.
For two decades,.a .goal of the
town's comprehensive plan has been
to eliminate septic tanks and hook-
properties up to a sewer system oper-
ated by Port Orange.
So this year, when Rains Drive was
scheduled to be torn up for water line
repairs, officials said they saw it as a
good opportunity to install sewer
lines.
Now, 19 Rains Drive homeowners
are steaming over a potential $9,000
per-home charge for a service they
say they don't everin want.,
In a related matter, some Atlantic
Avenue residents are also crying foul


ilan
about being forced to hook up to the
sewer system.
Allen Mayhew, Rains Drive resi-
dent, said paying his share of a poten-
tial $35,000 contractor termination
fee to ditch the project would be
preferable.
"It seems as though we are having
this discussion a little after the fact,"
Mr. Mayhew said at a recent town
council meeting. "I would have
thought somebody would have fig-
ured out the price of this and the
impact before signing the contract."
Other residents said they had
recently installed new septic tpnks
and many questioned the need for a
sewer system when they haven't
experienced problems.
Resident Bob Zelna urged.council
members to terminate the project.
"Pull the plug on this debacle," he


Former Family


Days officials


agree to pay up


By Jeanne Willard
Willard@hometownnewsol.com
PORT ORANGE Clos-
ing the door on a money-
skimming scandal that
rocked the community,
two former Port Orange.
Family Days Community
Trust board members will
pay restitution totaling
$21,000.
Trust vice president John
Evans said he is pleased
that money has been
recovered, but acknowl-
edged that it's been ,a
painful process for the
community.
"No matter what the out-
come is, it's still a sad
story," Mr. Evans said.
Pete Atwood, 62, and Al
Bell, 77, came under scruti-
nv in 2007 when Trust offi-
cials discovered that
deposits being made on
behalf of the organization
did not match community
event receipts.


A A subsequent police
investigation led to Mr.
Atwood's arrest on charges
of grand theft on July 24,
2008, and, until this week, a
pending investigation of Mr.
Bell.
'At a court hearing on
Monday, Mr. Atwood plead-
ed no contest to charges of
grand theft, agreeing to pay
$10,500 in restitution.
Terms of the deal call for
two years probation, with a
possibility for early termina-
tion of probation after nine
months.
"I'm glad it's over," Mr.
Atwood said, as he left Cir-
cuit Judge Patrick Kennedy's
courtroom.
Mr. Bell, who had not
been formally charged, also
?greed to pay $10,500 in
restitution.
In a written statement
dated Feb. 18, Mr. Bell
acknowledged his role in the

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said. "Pay the money
and get out."
The price tag, ris-
ing from approxi-
mately $1,800
charged to home-
owners in 2006,
caught officials by
surprise, they said&
"The costs are p
substantial," Mayor
said. "That price has s
Although. Ponce
water services, it relief,
for sewer infrastruc
service.
The lion's share of
install the infrastru
mined by Port Oran
said.
Town Manager Ka
explained that Port 0


wetty


skyrocketed."
Iblet supplies,
s on Port Orange
ture and utility

resident costs to,
.cture is' deter-
ige, Mr. Goudie

issandra Blissett
range's newpol-


Future's so bright


is to recover the cost of
sewer line extensions from property
owners.
In an e-mnail to Ms. Blissett, Port
Orange city manager Ken Parker
made the point that that sewer lines
for new construction are paid for by
developers, who pass the cost on to
property owners.
"Using the sanme logic, the cost of
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Randy Barber/staff photographer
Pete Glad of Port Orange reflects on the throngs of motorcycles going by while visiting
Main Street last weekend.


Native American Earth Festival this weekend


By Jeanne Willard
Willard@hometownnewsol.com
SOUTH DAYTONA If
you hear the mystical beat
of Native American drums
this weekend, you're not
imagining it. .
The Native American
Earth festival takes place
at Reed Canal Park from
10 a.m. until 7 p.m. on,
Saturday and from 10 a.m.


until 5 p.m. on Sunday.
The event is designed to
be a celebration of Native
American culture, the
earth and its natural
resources, said Ivy Evans,
recreation program direc-
tor.
The two-day .festival
features dancing, music,
crafts, Native American
cuisine, a pow-wow, pet-
ting zoo, pony rides,


wildlife exhibits and chil-
dren's activities, she said..
Jim Sawgrass, festival
co-organizer and a
descendent of the Florida'
Muskogee. Creek tribe,
said, the event brings an
authentic American Indi-
an experience ,to resi-
dents, while emphasizing
an awareness of the envi-
ronment.
"At one time we lived in


harmony with nature." Mr.
Sawgrass said. "Now we
seem to be out 6f bal-
ance."
A South Daytona resi-
dent, Mr. Sawgrass travels,
throughout the Southeast
conducting programs at
schools;' churches and,
organizations.
Native Americans have.
traditionally valued' living
in harmony with nature,,


he said.
"Some of the first envi-
ronmentalists are native
Americans," Mr. Sawgrass
said.
1The festival, which
draws performers from all
over the country, includes
Native American dancers
in full regalia, Mr. Saw-
grass said.

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Olympic committee recognizes local tennis coach


By Jeanne Willard
Willard@hometownnewsol.com
PORT ORANGE When
it comes to tennis, a lpcal
resident has found her
sweet spot.
Rita Gladstone, 42, was
recently named United
States Olympic Committee
Volunteer Coach of the Year
for tennis.
"The award is quite over-
whelming," Ms. Gladstone
said. "I was flabbergasted."
Ms. Gladstone, her hus-
band Andy, and their two
children Paul, 12,,and Mira,
9, have lived in Port Orange
since 2003.


Tennis was part of grow-
ing up in Florida, Ms. Glad-
stone said, ;where .she
played competitively
through the United States
Tennis Association Junior
Team Tennis.
Today, she operates her
own coaching business
called Sunkidz Tennis and
serves as USTA's area league
coordinator for, Volusia
County.
But it's work as a volun-
teer in the community that
led to the national award.
Doug Booth, executive
director ,of USTA Florida,
said Ms. Gladstone has had
a dramatic impact on more


children participating in
the sport locally,
"It's a very prestigious
award," Mr. Booth said.
"Her work is being recog-
nized."
Ms. Gladstone's service
includes organizing chil-
dren's leagues and pro-
grams, training, coaches
and promoting team tennis
in local schools.
As a young woman, her
tennis skills earned her a
scholarship to the Universi-
ty of South Carolina, she
said.
After graduation she
played professionally,
achieving a Woman's Tennis


Associa-

in 1989.
"I didn't
make hard-
ly any
money, but
I had a Rita
good time," Gladstone
Ms. Glad-
stone said. "I traveled and
saw a lot of the world."
Despite pursuing non-
tennis related career
options over the years, Ms.
Gladstone said she never
quit playing or lost her love
of the sport.
"I've always been


involved in teaching even
when I had other full-time
employment," she said.
The benefits of playing
tennis include a fit and
healthy lifestyle that is a lot
of fun, she said.
"They say it's a sport for a
lifetime which sounds like a
cliche," she said. "But it
really is."
It's not unusual to find
people in their 90s still play-
ing tournaments, she said.
Ms. Gladstone met her
husband, who works for the
United States Tennis Asso-
ciation Florida, while they


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recognized by
Orlando Chief of
Police Val
Demings at a
recent National
Women's History
Month Luncheon
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Daytona State
College's Women's
Center.

Staff photo by
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Women finding success in


non-traditional careers


By Jeanne Willard
Willard@hometownnewsol.com
VOLUSIA COUNTY -At a
recent luncheon celebrating
women's history; attendees
didn't have to look far to find
local trailblazers.
The National Women's
History Month luncheon,
held at the Mori Hosseini
Center at Daytona State Col-
lege, featured Val Demings,
Orlando's first female chief
of police, as the keynote
speaker.
The crowd of 200 people
also included many success-
ful female role models such
as judges, surgeons and
community leaders.
"What a room of powerful
and beautiful women,", said
Dr. Pamela Carbiener, chair
of the Women's Center Advi-
sory Board.
The Women's Center at
DSC provides programs that
promote the education and
goals of female students.
, Chief Demings shared the
challenges she faced enter-
ing a male-dominated law
enforcement field more than
25 years ago.
She credits the historic
achievements of those who
came before her, including
Harriett., Tubman, Amelia
Earhart, Sandra Day O'Con-
ner and Rosa Parks.
"I stand on the shoulders
of women who refuse to let
anyone destroy their
dream," she said. i
But success is also about


opportunity, Chief Demings
said.
"Until you are given the
opportunity," she said, "the
world may never know your
potential."
Creating opportunity is
what the Women's Center
New Directions program is
all about, said Isalene Mont-
gomery, director.
The program helps single
parents, displaced home-
makers and other woman
who are pursuing "non-tra-
ditional" careers such as law
enforcement, she said.
Six women who benefited
from New Directions and
graduated from criminal jus"
tice and law enforcement
programs at DSC were rec-
ognized at the luncheon.
Daytona Beach patrol offi-
cer Claudia Wright concedes
she nearly lost her way in
high school.
"I was a little out of con-
trol," Ms. Wright said.
But a few years later when,
she was stuck in a dead-end
job,. she remembered
encouraging words from her
high school resource officers
and dared to dream of a bet-
ter life.
"I spoke with the Women's
Center and they were willing
to help. me out," she said.
"Basically without the ...
financial help and mental
help, I would not be able to
afford it." ,
Port Orange resident and
single mom' Roslyn Caban
said she could not have


attended DSC's Law
Enforcement Recruit pro-
gram without tuition and fee
assistance from the New
Directions program.
."Without the program I
wouldn't have been able to
afford to go to the academy,"
she said.
Today, Ms. Caban is
employed as a police and fire.
dispatch communication
training officer at the
Regional Communications
Center.
"I love my job," she said.
Other graduates honored
include Port Orange resident
.Sgt. Sheila Battaglino, who is
currently employed as a cor-
rectional officer at Tomoka
Correctional Institution and
Jenna Buchman, who is
training with the Edgewater
Police Department.
Ormond Beach native
Danielle Reagan now works
at her hometown police
department and Kimberly
White, who completed the.
Correctional Officer Recruit
program in 2007, is seeking a
job as a corrections officer.
Ms. NMontgomery said
New Directions students
also benefit from additional
college resources such as
childcare assistance, a text-
book lending library, men-
toring and a clothes closet.
Chief Demings offered
one final piece of advice for
all women.
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the sewer main extension to
serve existing homes should
be paid for by the benefiting
property owner," Mr. Parker
wrote, "not the entire system."
Ponce inlet Vice Mayor Bar-
bara Davis asked for a joint
workshop between the cities.
'I think we need to sit down
with (Port Orange) and ham-
mer this-out," Ms. Davis said.
"We basically are dependent
on Port Orange and apparent-
ly they think they can charge
us anything they want."
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ed to address future conver-
sions.:
"We need to establish a
more equitable method to
assist people in tying in," Mr.
Goudie said, "because ulti-
mately it is the long term
goal."
But that goal carries a high
price tag.
With more than 400 prop-
erties not yet connected to the
sewer system, future costs
Could be staggering, officials
acknowledged.
Calling it an "unfunded
mandate," resident Don
Rominik estimated it would
cost $1.3 million for the tran-
sition.
Councilman Jim
McCormick said he's con-
cerned that subsidizing a
small group of residents now
would set a precedent for the
town to continue doing so.
"We don't have the money
to do that," Mr. McCormick
said. "We have no source of
revenue to do that."
Councilman Jack Stumrno
questioned the wisdom of
moving forward on the Rains
Drive project with, so many
residents objecting.
"I'm hearing... they just
don't want this," Mr. Stumrno
said. "I think we need to hear
what they are saying.".
A town ordinance, that
mandates residents must
switch over if sewer lines are
available, also has some
Atlantic Avenue homeowners
unhappy about being forced
to convert from septic tanks.
Because a contractor
recently brought, a sewer
extension to a newly built
home on Atlantic Avenue, all
the homes between the main
line and the new home are
now required to switch over.
"It's unfair," said Dr. Len
Barrow, who is facing a $7,000
price tag.
"It's not right," Dr. Barrow
said. "When our systems fail,
we will be happy to tie into the
sewer, but not until."


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Four days of fun

planned for toddlers,

tots and teens


By Jeanne Willard
Willard@hometownnewsol.com
PORT ORANGE Take
one movie under the stars,
add four days of carnival
fun, then mix in a little Radio
Disney.
Garnish with Guitar Hero,
hot-air balloon rides, enter-
tainment and great food -
.what do you have?
Kidz Dayz 2009.
The Port Orange Family
Days Community Trust
annual Kidz Dayz event will
be held Thursday March 19
through Sunday March 22 at
the City Center.
Evolving from a spring
event, Kidz Dayz is one a
series of annual community
events designed to strength-
en family ties, said Jill Geddy,
board member.
With more than 25,000 vis-
itors last year, she said, Kidz
Dayz has proved to be a pop-
ular event.
"It's a great way for fami-
lies to come out and enjoy
each other in the communi-'
ty," Ms. Geddy said.
The festival is designed to
be budget friendly, with rea-
sonably priced carnival rides
and lots of free entertain-


ment, such as local singing
sensation Chris Via, street
performers and a communi-
ty expo.
Saturday's expo highlights
products and services that
make family life fun and less
costly.
Friday evening's 7 p.m.
free Movie under the Stars
features Madagascar 2.
New this year is the "Kidz
Care for our Troops" pro-.
gram.
Kids are invited to drop by
a special booth stocked with
stationary, stamps, stickers
and markers and write let-
ters to members of the mill-
tary
The letters let troops know,
their sacrifices are appreci-
ated, Ms. Geddy said.
"We want to get lots and
lots of letters to mail," she
said.'
Trust board members Lil
Berard and Lana Alliott, who
are coordinating care pack-
ages for the troops, are ask-
ing for donations of hard
candy, dried fruit, baseballs,
Frisbees, tooth paste, hand
held games, Girl Scout cook-
ies and Beanie Babies.
Beanie Babies?
It's about building rela-


Twisting and turning through the air, 11-year-olds (from
left) Sophia Matacale, Cheyenne Beal, and Zach McCarthy
of Port Orange, ride the "Sizzler" during last year's annual
POrt Orange Kidz Day at City Center.


tionships, Ms.Geddy said.
The Beanie Babies were
added to the care-package
list after a local Port Orange
resident heard that U.S.
troops in Iraq had success
relating to the youngsters
there by giving them the
stuffed animals.
Proceeds from Kidz Dayz
and other annual events are
invested back into the com-
munity, Ms. Geddy said.
In December the Trust dis-
tributed $19,500 in grants to
all Port Orange schools and
donated $5,000 to the Com-
munity Food Bank.
Kidz Davz hours: Thursday


from 6 p. m. until 10 p. m., Fri-
dayfrom 5 p.m. until11 p.m.,
Saturday from 11 a.m. until
11 p.m. and Sunday from 10
a.m. until 7p.m.
The carnival will run all
four days.
Madagascar 2 will be
shown friday evening at 7
p.m. in the Amphitheater.
The Kidz Dayz community
expo at City Center Circle will
take place on Saturday from
9 a.m until 4 p.m.
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County.
As corporate sponsor for.
18, years, Food Lion has
raised more than$20 mil-
lion nationwide for Easter
Seals.
Last year, local .stores
raised more than, $9,000
that stayed in the commu-
.nity, Mr. Popp said, and
preliminary figures show
that the campaign will
exceed that figure this year.
During the campaign
which ended recently, cus-
tomers purchased a
coupon booklet for $1 with-,
proceeds going to Easter
Seals.
"We just feel that as a
business partner in a com-
munity we need to reach
out," he said. "We need to
do more and be more
active in the community."
The cereal poured for
last week's breakfast in the
classroom was especially
exciting for the students
because the Cheerios
boxes featured a picture of
their fellow classmate, Tris-
tan Small, 4.
Tristan was one of sever-
al local Easter Seals clients
including Erin Mihalko, 2,
of Daytona Beach, Sterling
Burns, 6, of Port Orange
and Adefemi Adedeji, 5, of

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Kanay Barer/starr pnotograpner
VIichelle Small reads a children's book to five-year-olds Alex Pjontek (left) and Danvelisse
Colondress, and her son Tristan, 4, (right) during class at the Easter Seals of Volusia and
Flagler County in Daytona Beach recently.


Holly Hill whose pictures
were chosen for General
Mills and Post brand cere-
als to highlight Easter Seals
programs..
The cereal boxes with the
local children's pictures are
only available at Food Lion
Stores.
Tristan's mother,
Michelle Small, said the
family has been snapping


up boxes of cereal with
Tristan's photo tb send to
family and friends.
"We've been shopping a
lot," Ms. Small said, laugh-
ing. "We've been to every
Food Lion."
Tristan, an Easter Seals
client for more than two
years, has benefited greatly
from the program, his
mother said.
"It's great," Ms. Small
said. "His speech has
improved a hundred per-
cent."
Tristan's story is just one
of thousands of similar
success stories, said Lynn
Sinnott, CEO .of Easter
Seals Volusia and Flagler
County: '
"Our mission is to serve
individuals with disabili%
ties and maximize their
independence," Ms. Sin-
nott said. "We touch over
20,000 lives a year, we are
much bigger than people
realize."
Easter Seals programs
include autism services,


camp and recreation pro-
grams, respite care, sum-
mer and after-school child
care, audiology services,
pediatric therapy and char-
ter schools that serve chil-
dren both with and with-
out disabilities.
A successful fundraiser
such as this shows the ben-
efits of corporate sponsors
at the national level, Ms.
Sinnott said.,
"It's going to change the
lives of children 'right here
in Volusia and Flagler
County," she said. "Espe-
cially now with the econo-
my the way it is, we are
counting every penny."
Among local Food Lion
managers and stores par-
ticipating are Andrew
Senus, New Snlyrna Beach;
Mark Bernard, Ormond
Beach; David Dilla, Port
Orange and Jim Distefano,
rHolly Hill.
"The money stays within
the community," Mr. Popp
said. "It's been a win-win
situation for, Food Lion and
Easter Seals., .-


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Gardeners'
presentation
planned
The Volusia County mas-
ter gardeners are present-
ing a casual gardening
class, Going Native to
Attract Birds and Butter-
flies,- at 10 a.m.,: Friday,
March 13, at the Port
Orange Library, 1005 City
Center Circle.
Kevin Bagwell of Full,
Moon Natives will be the
presenter.
For more information,
call (386) 322-5152 ext.
6324. r

Fine arts show
planned

The 17th annual Ponce
Inlet Fine Arts Festival will
be held from 9 a.m. to 5
p.m., Saturday, March 14,
and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sun-
day March 15. More than 70
artists will be showcasing
their work. More than
$10,000 in prizes and
awards will be given away.
The Marine Discovery
Center will be offering Eco-
Tours from the boat ramp
across from Town Park.
Tours will 'run qn the hour
and will last about 55 min-
utes.
For more information,
call (386) 681-2753.

Boat ramp closed
The Ponce Inlet boat
ramp and boat ramp park-
ing area will be closed from
10 p.m.,. Thursday, March
12, to 10 p.m., Sunday,
March 15i to accommodat-
ed the Ponce inlet 17th
annual Ponce Inlet Fine
Arts Festival.

Blood drive planned
The Veterans of Foreign
War Post 3282 will hold a
blood drive from 10'a.m. to
2 p.m., Saturday, March 14,,
at the VFW Post 3282, 5810


S. Williamson Blvd, Port
Orange.
For more information call
(386) 788-4639 or (386) 258-.
1859.

Italian-Americans
meetings scheduled.
Members of the greater
Daytona Sons of Italy, lodge
2524, are reaching out to
those Italian Americans
, 'who are interested in pro-
moting their heritage, fami-
ly values and traditions.
Meetings are every third
Wednesday of the month at
the Port Orange Adult Cen-
ter, 4790 Ridgewood Ave.
For more information,
call (386) 788-0209, (386)
761-5948 or (386) 756-3251.

Library presentation
planned

The Friends of the Port
Orange Regional Library
will present Karen DeVos
as she portrays author
Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings
at 2 p.m., Thursday, March
19, at the Port Orange
Regional Library, 1005 City
Center Circle.
The audience will learn
about characters like
Quincey Dover and Uncle
Benny and share Rawlings'
experiences with alligators
and rattlesnakes.
Rawlings won the
Pulitzer Prize for "The
Yearling" and became one
of Florida's most revered
writers.
For more information,
call (386) 322-5152 ext. 2.

Painting class sched-
uled

The city of South Day-
tona Parks and Recreation
Department will hold a Joy
of Painting Class from 11
a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Monday
March 16, at the Piggotte
Community, Cen, ., ,, ,,
A certified Bob Ross
instructor will lead the


class. Cost is $55 per person
and includes supplies. The
topic will be "Sunset in
Shadow." No experience is
needed. Registration is
required.
For more information,
call (386) 322-3070.

Breakfast scheduled

All Saints Lutheran's
Relay for Life team, "Our
Special Saints" will hold a
breakfast to benefit the
American Cancer Society
from 8:30 to 10 a.m., Sat-
urday March 14, at 751
Dunlawton Ave.,. Port
Orange.
Tickets are $3 in
advance and $3.50 at the
door.
For advance tickets or to
participate in the Relay for
Life, cdll (386) 761-9129.

Exercise classes
planned

The city of Port Orange
is offering exercises class-
es.
Irish dancing is held
from 5 to 6 p.m., each
Tuesday at the Port
Orange Adult Center, 4790
S. Ridgewood Ave. Cost of
the four-week session is
$50.
Belly dancing is held
from 6:30 to \8:30 p.m.,
each Monday at the Port
Orange Adult Center
annex, 3738 Halifax Drive.
Cost of the six-week ses-
sion is $30 or $7 per class.
Fun and Fitness Toning
Workout is held from 11
a.m. to noon each Monday
and Thursday at the annex
,building. Cost is $5 per
class.
Judo is held at 5 p.m.,
each Wednesday and at 10
a.m., each Saturday, at the
adult center. Cost is $25 a
month.- .
There is an additional $5
fee for non-residents.
' For m'n? flfobrmtftid,'"
call (386) 756-5391.


Community notes*


Police


report
Editor's note: This is a list
of arrests, not convictions,
and all arrestees are pre-
sumed innocent unless or
until proven guilty in a court
of law.
Port Orange
Police Department

*Judy Ann Hendrix, 37, of
5469 Wood St., Port Orange,
was arrested Feb. 28 on
charges of possession
scheduled II controlled sub-
'stance. Bail was ndt set.
*Samuel Cache Jarrett, 22,
of 5232 Sydney 'St.,, Port
Orange, was arrested Feb.
28 on charges of possession
of Alprazolam. Bail was set
at $1,500.
*Bradley Michael
Solomon, 18, of 6375 S.
Williamson Blvd., No. 718,
Port Orange, was arrested
March 5 on charges of
lewd/lascivious battery. Bail
was set at $10,000.

South Daytona
Police Department
*William Brian Conley, 47,
of 2920 Bristol Lane, South
Daytona, was arrested Feb.
28 on charges of automobile
theft. Bail was set at $1,000.

Ponce Inlet
Police Department

*Charles Edward Pruitt IV,
25, of 4729 Dixie Drive,
Ponce Inlet, was arrested
Feb. 28 on charges of child
neglect. Bail was set at
:.. ,$1,250.

Volusia County,
Sheriffs Office

*Thomas E. Buckley, 40 of
1131' S. Hampton Drive,
Port Orange, was arrested
MlarcI 2 on charges of pos-
session of cocaine. Bail was
set at $2,500.


Wanted Person:
Edilberto Dejesus
Mendoza
Birth Date:
Feb. 18, 1971
ReasonWanted:
Attempted Kidnapping
Last Known Location:
Daytona Beach

Crime Stoppers of
Northeast Florida is
seeking information on
the whereabouts of 38-
year-old Edilberto Deje-
sus Mendoza. In 2007,
Mendoza was deported
back to his native Hon-
duras after he was
accused of battering his
wife : while the couple
lived in Palm Coast.
Since his deportation,
the couple divorced and
Mendoza's ex-wife has
now moved to Daytona
Beach.
Mendoza has since
returned to the United
States illegally, and on.
Feb. 27, he approached
his ex-wife while she
was walking to the mail-
box, punched her and
tried to drag her into a
red car. The victim was
able to get away from
Mendoza, who now is
wanted on an arrest
warrant charging him
with attempted kidnap-
ping.


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condition'causing blockages in the brain with characteristics similar to a stroke. So he wasted no time in taking action treating
Steven immediately with several complex, life-saving techniques. "He's just a phenomenal doctor," Steven says of Dr. TureLsk\.
He.also thanks his 16 year-old son, whose 911 call ensured that he made it to Halifax Health quickly. Considering he ended up
being treated by the region's leading neuroscience program and the only neuroinreri\eitional radiologist in the area. Steven sa\s Ih
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Mendoza is 5 feet 6
inches and when last
photographed, had dark
hair and a mustache. If
you see Mendoza ,or
know where he is, don't
attempt to apprehend
him.
Anyone with informa-
tion regarding Men-
doza's whereabouts is
asked to call Crime
Stoppers toll-free at
(888) 277-TIPS. You can
also Text your tip by tex-
ting "TIP231 plus your
message" to CRIMES.
Anyone who provides
information to Crime
Stoppers will remain
anonymous and can
qualify for a reward of
up to $1,000.


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Say 'no' to city owned electricity

We've lived, happily, in South Daytona since 1971. We
have an excellent police department and all of the city serv-
ices are performed very well for as long as we've been here.
With that said, I'd hope that a city takeover of our electric-
ity service does not happen. Yes, we might have suffered a
little during the storms of 2004, but that was a rare occur-
rence. I do not believe that the city could make our electric-
ity any more dependable that what FPL does. Since I've
never seen anew owner lower prices at a restaurant, cloth-
ing store, gas station or any other entity, I'm absolutely sure
that along with a "new provider" would come increased
costs to us, the users. If the citizens of South Daytona can
do anything to stop such a takeover, I suggest we do it.

Socialism would destroy the country

To the individual who thinks we need socialism in this
country; I have to say you know nothing of this great nation
or our true history. Maybe you are just one of those under
achievers sitting on your duff waiting for a government
handout.
You think socialism is working in Canada? Why don't you
ask the 100,000 Canadians that came here last year for med-
ical care what they think of socialism? Ask the Cubans who
risk their lives in small boats to make it to our shores what
they think of socialism. Ask the ones still in Cuba that are
not even allowed to have a small garden, how they feel
about their 'idyllic' society. Maybe you could ask those folks
in Venezuela who are losing homes and property that have
been in their families for generations, what they think of
socialism, or the kids who were beaten ahd taken to jail
when they protested the nationalization of the media.
We did not become the greatest, most powerful, most
innovative nation on Earth by stifling entrepreneurs and
taxing those who provide jobs in this country. We did it with
freedom and free markets and with hard work and the spirit
to succeed. Bigger government will crush our economy. We
are seeing this every day. Every time President Obamia
spews his idiotic ideas, the markets drop another 500
points. Socialist programs will destroy our free enterprise
system and our nation as we know it.
The second amendment was designed to provide the
people with the means to rise up and fight a tyrannical gov-
ernment. So what is happening now a bill in Congress to
outlaw automatic and semi-automatic weapons? The open-
ing shot. of a tyrannical government. I am with Rush Lim-
baugh. I pray President Obama fails. You think Canadian
government is so much better? The door is open. Don't let it
smackyour lazy duff on the way out.

Properties need to be maintained

The bank-owned properties must be maintained.
Green pools are a health hazard to the community.
Weedy lawns in front of homes leave the neighborhood
looking unkempt and run-down.
This affects the already declining home values.
The mortgage banks demand property insurance and
homeowners are held to local code compliance by insur-
ance companies and the lenders. Now that the banks own
more properties, they should be held to the same standards
that they demand from their borrowers.

In response to 'ACLU fights for civil rights'

That writer defends the American Civil Liberties Union
against a viewpoint or comment that, according to that
writer, reveals ignorance or misinformation about the
ACLU organization.
That's well and good if it were always really true. What
says the ACLU when students at graduation from public
high schools are not allowed to use the word "God" in com-
mencement addresses? It says nothing, yet free speech is a
civil right.
Where,, too, is the ACLU when a judge rules that a reli-
gious 'display is contrary to the separation of church and
state? The free expression of religion is permitted by the
Constitution. The words "separation of church and state"
are not in the Constitution, and church and religion have
different meanings. Kids in grade school know that
"church" means an organization and "religion" means belief




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in God. The above judge is wrong on .all counts but the
ACLU says nothing.
One would think the ACLU would defend all of our civil
rights, but, as demonstrated above, it does not.

Rave is laughable

If it weren't so sad I'd say this reader's rave about the
American Civil Liberties Union is laughable.
Let me first respond to this person's comments about reli-
gious, fanatics pushing their fears and myths onto others or
another, whatever that means. Our ACLU raver has-little or
no knowledge of American history.
If so, he or she would be familiar with the writings of our
founding fathers, authors and framers of our Constitution,
such as Washington, Jefferson, Madison, and. Adams to
name some.
Many of their words are recorded in the Federalist Papers,
which shamefully enough is not taught in our schools
because of their religious overtones. There is enough men-
tion of God in their writings that:it would make any self-
respecting ACLU-er cringe. I'm surprised that some ACLU
lawyer hasn't tried to sue them posthumously for their
unconstitutional language.

Commercials can be annoying

Is anyone else out there sick and tired of being velled at by
people trying to sell you things on television? I-sure am. I
used to think the worst was that appliance store in Daytona
Beach. I won't name it because I don't want to give them
any free publicity. Recently, though, they've actually been


outdone by another store in Daytona that sells things like
mattresses and furniture. This guy chatters like a deranged
machine gun, and to top it off can't even pronounce the
name of the street the store is on (vou know, Betille
When I first heard the commercial, I called the place to
politely tell them-I felt the commercials were annoying, and
to inform him that the accent on Beville is on the first sylla-
ble, not the second. He was annoyed by my call, made it
clear that he didn't care how I felt and, by the way, is still
mispronouncing Beville.
As a former advertising man and broadcaster myself, I
recall being taught that it doesn't matter if people like your
ad or hate it, as long as they remember it. Well. I hate a'lot of
them nowadays, and I've taken a pledge not to patronize
businesses that insult me by screaming at me. I'll bet if
enough of us rake the same pledge, they'll eventually get the
point.

Beach does not need alcohol and dogs

I have always thought of the beach as a place for families,
a place to relax and enjoy nature, a place where children can
run and play in the surf and build sand castles, but Volusia
County allows cars to drive on the beach making it unsafe
for children. It is kind of like playing in a sandy parking lot.
Now they are considering allowing alcohol consumption
onthe beach and allowing dogs on the beach. Isn't that just
wonderful?
Now we parents can worry not only about our children
being run over, but dog bites, disease from dog feces, and
drunk drivers on the beach. I can't express strongly enough
my total disappointment in our local government's leader-
ship.


You can around without a mouse


If you use computers r
long enough, it's
bound to happen; you -1
go to move the mouse
and nothing happens.
You may even get a
pop-up from Windows
saying "a mouse or
pointing device was not.
found" or some such
message, but the end
result is the same no
mouse.
So, what do you do? If
you have the time to mess
around with it, you can try
shutting down the
machine and checking to
see whether the mouse is
still plugged in, and then
re-boot.
Sometimes that's all it
takes to fix the lost iouse
syndrome, but wait! If the
mouse isn't working, how
do you shut down the
Machine? How do you
click "Start" then "Shut
Down" without a clicker?
And what happens if after
re-starting the mouse still
doesn't work?
Don't panic. Windows
was designed to work with
a mouse, but did you
know that you can use
Windows pretty effectively
with just the keyboard?
That's right. Most of the
things that we do with the
mouse, such as selecting
and clicking, can be done
if you pay close attention
to where the computer is
focused and think about


COMPUTE
THIS
SEAN MCCARTHY


what you're doing.
Let's take it from the
top. Let's say you just
powered up your comput-
er, and you get a message
that there is no mouse
present (or you go to use it
and the mouse just won't
move). You'd like to try
rebooting, but you just
don't have time, so you
decide to check your e-
mail (or whatever) with-
out the mouse. Here's a
crash course on navigat-
ing through Windows
using only the keyboard.
First, press 'and hold the
"CTRL" button and then
hit "ESC." This pops up
the Windows Start menu
where everything starts.
Next, press the UP arrow
on the keyboard. Notice
that the first option in the
Start menu highlights.
This is your visual clue
that the computer is
"focused" on that particu-
lar item. Press the UP
arrow a couple more times
until All Programs is
highlighted and then hit
the RIGHT arrow. Now the
list of programs installed
on your computer pops
up. Use the arrow keys to


select the program that
you want to run, and
when you have it high-
lighted, hit the ENTER
button. The computer acts
just like you clicked it with
the mouse, and the
program launches.
With Windows, we
direct the computer's
focus by pointing at
objects or icons (with the
mouse) and then clicking
to trigger whatever action.
we're pointing at. The
arrows on the keyboard
(as well as the tab button)
are ways to move the
computer's focus around
the screen until you have
selected the option or "
icon that you want to run.
Then, once you have the
computer focused on
what you want to do, the
"Enter" button acts like
the clicker (or the space
bar, in some cases).
The key to using the
computer without the
mouse is following the
focus of the machine. You
have to pay close atten-
tion to what's highlighted
(or to what buttons have
the little dotted line) in
order to get it to work
properly. The cool thing
about it is that these
keyboard steps will work
even with the mouse
present. Go ahead, give it
a try. It's good practice for
that inevitable time when
your mouse dies, but you


still need to get some work.
done.
On another subject, I
would like to remind
everyone that on March
14, I1 will be working with
the Indian River Sheriff's
Office, helping host an
official "Protect Your
Identity Day!" at the
Outlet Mall substation,
just west of 95 on State
Road 60 inVero Beach.
We will be starting at 10
a.m. and plan on finishing
up around 2 p.m. I will be
speaking along with
others on how to best
"Deter, Detect and
Defend" against identity
theft and answering
questions, too. (Even
computer-related ones.)
If you have questions or
would like to have me
speak to you or your
group, please call me at *
(772) 408-0680.
Identity theft is a real
threat and everyone is
concerned about protect-
ing themselves. Unfortu-
nately most people are
doing it wrong.
Join me Saturday, March
14, 10 a.m. at the Indian
River Sheriffs substation
on State Road 60 just west
of 95, and get the facts.

Sean McCarthy fixes
computers. He can be
reached at (772) 408-0680
or help@ComputeThisOn-
line.com (no hyphens!)


A long and honorable life


Photo courtesy of Dotty Newcomer
Alvin Bennett celebrated his 97th birthday with Mayor Allen Green and friends at The Golden Abbey Assisted
Living Facility in Port Qrange recently. Mr. Bennett, a Veteran of World War II, received five battle Stars, a Bronze
Star and a Purple Heart for wounds he received'in combat. From left to right: Mayor Allen Green, Jack New-
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Lunch to benefit PACE Center for Girls


By Jamye Durrance
Durrance@hometownnewsol.com
VOLUSIA COUNTY
One hour of your time
could change the life of an
area girl.
The "Racing into the
Future" luncheon to bene-
fit the Volusia-Flagler PACE
Center for Girls will take
place on Friday, March 20
at the Daytona Interna-
tional Speedway.
The events s the center's
major fundraiser, executive
director Renee McQueen
said. .
At the luncheon, the
audience will hear from
girls who have been helped
by the PACE Center,
"The point is for the girls
to tell -their story," Ms.
McQueen said. "We try to
help them have a voice."
The luncheon is free and
those in attendance can
donate to the center if they
wish.


The PACE Center is a
non-profit prevention pro-
gram for young girls aimed
at helping them turn their
lives around.
The girls set goals for
themselves and trained
counselors and educators
work with them to reach
those goals.
There are 17 centers
throughout Florida. The
Volusia-Flagler. branch
helped 113 girls in 2007.
According to the center's
statistics, 86 percent of
girls had no involvement
with the 'juvenile justice
system within a year of
leaving PACE. Ninerty three
percent improved their
academic performance and
78 percent were in school
or employed three years
after leaving PACE.
Ms. McQuebn said the
girls who come to PACE
have been lost in the public
education system, come
from abusive or single par-


ent families or have had
previous run-ins with the
law.
PACE, which stands for
Practical Academic Cultur-
al Education, offers small
classrooms, counseling
and real world work experi-
ence.
While most of their fund-
ing comes from the Florida
-Department of Juvenile
Justice, Ms. McQueen said
PACE relies heavily on
community participation
for volunteers and funding.
"We're trying to, make
sure these girls are success-
ful," she said. "We're trying
to teach them everything
outside of education. We
are exposing them to other
aspects of the world."
Most girls come to PACE
on their own, but some are
referred by the courts, Ms.'
McQueen said.
"We want to prevent
involvement in the sys-
tem," she said. "If they did


not have the program, they
would be in the system."
Last year's luncheon
brought in nearly $50,000
for the PACE Center, Ms.
McQueen said.
The center estimates
that is about the same
amount it would have cost
taxpayers to put one girl
through the courts.
Ms. McQueen said the
results from the work of
the PACE Center is felt
everywhere
"We are trying to make a
change in the community,"
she said.
The "Racing into the
Future" Luncheon will be
held Friday. March 20 at
11:30 a.m. at the Daytona
International Speedway.
To RSVP or for information
on donating, contact Victo-
ria McGuirk at
386-944-1111 ext. 243 or at
Victoria.mcguirk@padecen-
ter.org.


The pipes are calling


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Chris Mroczka of Port Orange performs with the Daytona Pipes and) Duums
during Unity in Our Community at The Casements in Ormond Beach recently.


Coach
From page A 1
were both employed as instructors at a
tennis camp in NewYork.
The Gladstone's have passed their
mutual love of tennis to their children,
who both participate in the USTA Jr.
Team Tennis program,, something that
Ms. Gladstone believes is very beneficial
for children.
"It's a wonderful opportunity for them
to learn responsibility at a young age,"
she said.
In 2008, more than 500 young people
in Volusia County played at the Florida
Tennis Center located off of LPGA Boule-
vard in Daytona Beach, she said.
"It's a great scene," Ms. Gladstone said.
"Every one of the courts is filled for three
hours straight, with kids playing."
It's a myth that players must be profi-
cient to play team tennis, she said.
"We have all levels," she said, "from
kids playing their very first match ever to
those having state rankings."
The sport has been good for her both
professionally and personally, Ms. Glad-
stone said.
i. ,", did, a.o10, more with teanis, than I
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You can still eat well in tough times by shopping smarter


Hello smart shoppers.
I'm sure for many of
you, the past weeks
have been anything but
great. In my column, I try
to ignore the terrible
economy. Forgive me, it's
time to smarten up.
According to the experts,
people are getting heavier
as they look for any way to
feed their families, espe-
cially with fast (cheap)
foods.
I've said before let's start
getting smart again by
saving money in the
supermarket. Ground beef
literally flies off the shelf in
tough times. You can' make
the least expensive meals
with ground beef, or can
you? You look for cheap
and grab those "fantastic"
buys, ground beef at under
$1 a pound. That's nuts, it's
almost half fat! Stop!
After browning the meat
and pouring off the fat,
you're left with about a half
pound. The cuts of beef
that contain the least
amount of fat and choles-
terol are: flank steak, eye
round, top round, bottom
round, sirloin tip or steak
and lean chuck.
Some stores offer buy
one, get one'free frequent-
ly. Any of these cuts can be
used for ground beef. I
prefer bottom round roast
for grinding. It's lean, good
tasting and frequently on
sale. Pick a lean one and
bring it to the butchers at
the meat counter. Tell them
what you want. They are
the nicest and most



Festival
From page A1
"It's a spectacular part of
the day," he said.
One of, the highlights, he
said, is a show called East
Meets West.
It depicts native people
from different tribes meet-
ing each other, he said.


ROMANCING .
THE STOVE
with the 4
Grammy Guru "-
ARLENE BORG i.

accommodating people in
the store. Tell them you
want the meat ground
twice. You decide: Low fat?
Grind as is. Very low fat?
Trim most of the fat, first.
Virtually fat free? Trim all
the fat.
Do you want it portioned
out? They will package it
for you. Ask them to
package the trimmed fat
separately. Then you know
it has been trimmed and
just how much fat you've
kept out of your diet. Now
you're becoming a smart
shopper.
You will end up, after
cooking, with just about
what you started with;
good, lean, fresh ground
beef.
In most casserole dishes,
you can use less meat than
you usually would since
there is no waste. Give back
the good fat by adding 1 or
2 tablespoons olive or
canola oil to each pound of
meat.
When you shop, you
must pay attention to
labels. Many additions,
such as Hamburger Helper,
contain fat, cholesterol and
a great deal of salt, not to
mention fancy words.for
MSG. Not only does it add
things you don't need in
your diet, it also costs just
about as much as the meat.


At first, the encounter is
confrontational; including
shouting and gunfire, he
said; and then it portrays
how different tribes find a
common ground.
'Nearly 4,000 people
attended last year and offi-
cials said they. expect a
larger turnout this year.,

Admission is $4 for age


That bottom round roast
also makes a delicious
roast beef or pot roast and
if you ask the butcher, he
will also make you cubed
steaks.
I cringe when I see
people buying pork neck
bones. Why are you paying
money for bones when you
can barely feed your family
meat?
Buy a pork shoulder, trim
the fat and cut it up. Want
pork chops? Buy a loin of
pork when it's on sale and
have the butcher cut it into
chops. Take advantage of
buy one get one free on a
boneless pork loin.You can
cut it into cutlets, chops,
double chops, roasts and
stew meat.
It makes me laugh when
we constantly hear, "eat at
least five fresh fruits and
vegetables daily." Right
now the prices are
untouchable for many.
Remember, a vegetable is
fresh when it's sold or
eaten no more than two
days after picking. After
that, you lose vitamins
daily.
'Frozen is cheaper and.
packaged the same day it is
picked. Canned veggies are
still much, much cheaper
and packaged the same day
they're picked; still loaded
with vitamins.
Look for veggies with no
salt added. Try to buy store
brands. Who do you think
makes them? If you said
the big guys, you're right.
Drain and puree canned
veggies such as carrots,


beans, green beans,
anything you can think of,
and mix it with the ground
meat. They'll never know
the difference, you're
stretching the meat and
feeding them healthy food.
Five fruits a day? On
what planet? I remember
years ago raising four kids
saying, "I just want to be
rich enough to keep my
family in bananas." Includ-
ing me and my husband,
that's 49 bananas a week.
However, store-brand
canned fruits prepared in
pear juice or light syrup
solve the problem.
Oatmeal is great, but the
old fashioned kind, not the
instant, has the most
nutrition. Forget the
instant flavored ones;
expensive junk. You can
add applesauce, cinna-
mon, maple syrup, brown
sugar, nuts or whatever
and a container of store-
bought oatmeal can feed
an army. Pay attention,
think, think, think.
Until next week, God's
blessings.

I am available for talks
from south Vero to Hobe
Sound, call (772) 465-5656.
When a recipe is not in
my cookbook it will have
(NIB) next to the title.
For an autographed
cookbook, "Romancing The
Stove with the Grammy
Guru," send $19.50 ($15-


book, $1-tax, $3.50 for
shipping and handling) For
multiple books sent to one
address it's $3.50 S&H for 1
book, add $2 postage for
each additional book ($15
plus $2.00). Send to:Arlene
M. Borg, 265 SWPort St.
Lucie Blvd, No. 149, Port St.
Lucie, FL 34984. Check,
money order, Visa, Master


Card or Paypal accepted or
visit Borders in the Treasure
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Center in Vero Beach.
Visit my Web site at
www.romancingthestove.n
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arlene@romancingthestove
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13 and older, $2 for age
four through 12 and chil-
dren three years old and
younger are free.
The petting zoo will be
held on Saturday only and
pony rides will be available
only on Sunday.
Entrance and parking is
through' the Reed Canal
park entrance at 2871 S.
Nova Road.


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A Wo Guaranteed! -The February Student of
the Month awards at
Atlantic High School were
recently given out by
George Fritz of the Port
I Orange Elks Lodge,
edSout h Day tonaStudents Cassey Collins of
Port Orange and Josh
Washington of Daytona
T e .1 !Beach were the recipients.
From left to right, Principal
A wFT cRon Pagano, Josh, Cassey,
50%_FF.Assistant Principal Susan
Freeman and Mr. Fritz.

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Brief
From page Al
victims. Investigators tell us
Solomon targeted the girls,
among other places, at a
local skate park and
through the social network-
ing site MySpace.

Weather is right for
brush fires

A fairly dry winter has
given way to new concerns
about brushfires in Volusia
County. Firefighters have
had their hands full con-
taining small blazes,
though one briefly threat-
ened homes and another
created problems for


motorists. Our 'area unfor-
tunately has plenty of fuel
in wooded areas, so when it
breaks out and unless it's
caught early, wildfires can
have their way. A recent fire
in Daytona Beach closed a
portion of LPGA Boulevard
because of thick, heavy
smoke from the 10-acre
blaze near Jimmy Ann
Drive. Though the fire was
near neighborhoods,
firefighters were able to
maintain a perimeter and
no one had to be evacuat-.
ed. A bigger brushfire,
about 40 acres along
Maytown Road in the Oak
Hill area, burned two
campers and a shed, but
firefighters were able to
protect several homes in
the area. Though the cause


of the blazes was uncertain,
authorities said, more than
likely, they were accidental-
ly started by people, and
they are warning all of us
that in this dry season, it
doesn't take much to spark
a brushfire that can be life-
changing.

Tanker accident,
caused highway
shutdown

Some got a slow start to
the last weekend of Bike
week festivities when
Interstate 4 shutdown in
both directions between
State Road 44 and Interstate
95, after a fuel tanker
overturned. County officials
said they were forced to


keep the highway closed for
eight hours because the
tanker, carrying 8,500
gallons of diesel and
unleaded fuel, spilled 3,800
gallons, and they worried
passing vehicles could
ignite the hazardous fumes.
The Eagle tanker overturned
on the East bound on-ramp
to Interstate 4, spilling the
fuel in and around a
retention pond. The driver
suffered minor injuries, but
it was a real pain for thou-
sands of motorists who
spent hours on the highway,
and along already crowded
detour routes trying to get
around the site. County
officials said the fuel
company would be respon-
sible for the cost of the
clean up and costs incurred
by responders.


-Pay
From page Al
loss of Trust funds without
providing specifics.
"With acknowledgement
that my actions and activities
as President of the Port
Orange Family Days Commu-
nity Trust contributed to the
organization not receiving or
benefiting from all monies
generated through its activi-


06ion f'you feel youVe lost some of your quality
of life, please attend our FREE PRESENTATION.


ties," he wrote, "T offer the
board $10,500."
When contacted by tele-
phone, Mr. Bell said he con-
sidered the matter closed.
"It's been over for me for a
long time," he said.
A Trust official told police
that when initially confronted
with the financial irregulari-
ties in December 2007, both
men verbally admitted that
they had diverted funds from
festival events.
The pair subsequently
resigned from the organiza-
tion and Mr. Atwood repaid
more than $8,000.
Although theft charges,
against Mr. Atwood related to


skimming
money off
deposits, the
police report
revealed
other dis-
crepancies.
Carnival
vendors told' Peter
police that Atwood
both men
w e r e
demanding an additional
five-to-15-percent cut for
themselves, above what the
vendors were required to pay
to the Family Days organiza-
tion.
In addition, the report
states both men had applied


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received
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rized Family
Days credit
cards in
2005, despite
having their
credit card
a c c e s s AI Bell
revoked by
Trust officials two years earlier
for misuse.
At the time of his arrest,
police said Mr. Atwood made
"spontaneous statements"
that he had been expecting
the arrest, alluded to "stupidi-
ty" and questioned whether
Mr. Bell had also been arrest-
ed.
Mr. Atwood was also an
officer of the Friends of the
Bandshell; i #a not-for-profit
organization dedicated to
preserving the Daytona Band-
shell, until his resignation in
2008 following financial irreg-
ularities uncovered there.
A public records search
revealed that Mr. Atwood paid
his 2007 property tax bill with
a Friends of the Bandshell
check.
Friends' board member
Tony Welsh said while Mr.
Atwood has repaid the organi-
zation more than $2,000 to
date, they have-not completed
their investigation of him.
Mr. Bell, generally regarded.
as the founder of Port Orange
Family Days, was named Port
Orange "Person of the Year" in
2006.
His wife, Egle (Eve) Bell,
died Feb. 8.
Mr. Atwood earned the
2007 Volusia League of Cities
"Volunteer of theYear" award.


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FRIDAY, MARCH 13
*Reader's Theatre: The Port
Orange Regional Library pres-
ents Reader's Theater at 3
p.m., Friday, March T3, at the
Library, 1005 City Center Cir-
cle. The difference between
theater and Reader's Theater is.
there is no stage setting for
Reader's Theater. The actors
and actresses read from scripts
so memorization is not neces-
sary.: The actors and actresses
do act and interact with each.
other with minimal props, as
they bring scenes to life for the
enjoyment of the audience.
Students in second through
fifth grades who are interested
in Reader's Theatre should
contact the library. For more,
information, call (386) 322-
5152 ext. 4.
*Spring Dance: This event
will be held from 2-4 p.m. at
the City Island Recreation Cen-
ter, 108 E. Orange Ave., Day-
tbna Beach. Talk of the Town
and Dream will perform. The
$3 admission includes refresh-
ments and a dance lesson that
begins at 1 p.m..
*Boston Pops: Keith Lock-
hart and the Boston Pops
/ Esplanade Orchestra will per-
form at 8 p.m., Friday March
13, at the Peabody Auditorium
with a musical tribute to the
glitz and glamour of the Acad-
emy Award's Oscar and the
American Theatre Wing's Tony.
To purchase tickets, visit the
Peabody Auditorium Box
Office, 600 Auditorium Blvd. or
order online at dbss.org.
*Acousticon: ,, Guitarists
AcoustiCon will be performing
at 7:30 p.m., Friday and Satur-
day and at 2 p.m., Sunday in
the "Harris Black Box Theater"
at the Atlantic Center for the
Arts, 1414 Art Center Ave.,
New Smyrna Beach. Acousti-
Con blends original contem-
porary musical compositions,
fine art photography and video
to create a new wave in live
concerts. Tickets are $10 and
may be purchased at the door
on the night of the show or
reserve online at www.acousti-
con.net Children younger than
16 will be admitted free at the
Sunday performance. For
more information, visit the
Web site at
www.acousticon.net or call
(386) 428-8526.
*The Spirit Cafe: Christian
rock group ATD will perform at
8 p.m., March 13. Spirit Caf6 is
located in Chapman Hall on
the campus of the United
Church of Christ in New Smyr-
na Beach, 203 Washington,
between U.S. 1 and Riverside
Drive. Admission is free. Doors
Sopen at 7:30 p.m. The Cafe
serves coffee and other drinks,
along with an assortment of
sweets and pastries. For more-
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Local producer, DJ


hits the big time


By Jamye Durrance
Durrance@hometdwnnewsol.com
NEW SMYRNA BEACH
- Last weekend, the Pentz
family and friends took up
.an entire section at
McKenna's bar on U.S. 1
The group of 30 people,
chatted as they ate, wait-,
ing for the man of the hour
to show up.
No one was upset about
waiting a little while. After
all, they were lucky to get
to see him at all. Usually,
he's playing a gig half away
around the world.
And then suddenly, he
walked in to the cheers of
his family.
To them, he's known as
Wesley, or Wes, Pentz.'"
But, to fans worldwide,
he's known as Diplo, the
Grammy-nominated pro-
ducer and DJ responsible
for the hit song "Paper
Planes" by recording artist
M.I.A..
'Diplo grew up in Edge-
water and graduated from,
Mainland High School.
Though he currently
lives in Philadelphia,' he
still claims this area as
home.,
He made a special,
albeit brief, trip home last
weekend after playing gigs
in Orlando and Tampa.
The next day he was play-
ing in St. Augustine before
heading off to Los Angeles.
At McKenna's, Diplo. 29,
made the rounds, stop-


ping at each table to. chat
with his aunts, uncles,
cousins and friends who
were there.
As he floated from table
to table, he never missed a
beat. He was always chat-
ting and listening to the
latest news on who was
getting married or who
was having a baby.
For a guy who has
rubbed shoulders with
some of the biggest names
in the music business, it
would be easy for Diplo to
'only feign interest.
But, he never did.
It was easy to tell that
Diplo was exhausted. Just
listening to his schedule
would make someone
long for a pillow.
After all, this is a guy
who wasn't even home for
Christmas because he was
traveling all over the
world, spinning records,
and putting on shows. It
was understandable if he
just wanted to go home
and do ... well, nothing.
But, he didn't.
The thing with Diplo is
that he seems very sincere
in his answers and 'he is
very engaging.
He will talk about any-
thing, but his passion for
music shows when that
subject comes up.
"I'm always trying to do
something different from
the mainstream," he said.
"I try to keep the same atti-
tude. I'm not doing some-


Photo Courtesy of Wesley Pentz
Wesley Pentz, aka Diplo, performs at an event. Diplo
grew up in Edgewater and was recently nominated for
a Grammy award.


thing that's formulaic."
And, he's been doing it
for awhile. His first album,
"Florida," was released in
2004.
"I've been working hard
getting to the point where
I am now," he said.
Diplo's biggest hit to
date, the song "Paper
Planes" by recording artist
M.I.A. was made in 2007,
some of it at his mother
Barbara's house in Edge-
water.


The song was a hit
among M.I.A and Diplo's
fans but it didn't hit the.'
mainstream until it was
featured in the film
"Pineapple Express."
After that, it was also
featured in the Academy
Award winn ing film
"Slumdog Millionaire."
The song was nominat-
ed for Record pf the Year,
which honors not only the
artist but the producer and
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*Bank & Blues Club:
Daytona Blues Society
"True Blues" Live Jam
open jam session is held
from 8 p.m.-I a.m. each.
Wednesday at 701 Main
St., Daytona Beach. This
nonprofit group is d.edicat-
ed to preserving and
spreading the love of blues
music. For more informa-
tion and a fill events
schedule, visit the IWeb site
at www.DaytonaBluesSo-
ciety.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 per-
forms from 7-10 p.m., Sat-
urday.. Cuvee Oceaniside is


located at 188 E. Granada
Blvd., Ormond Beach. For
more information, call
(386) 615-4727 or visit the
IWeb site at www.cuveeo-
ceinside.com.
eFive O'Clock Charley:
This band will perform
rock 'n' roll, blues and
country hits from 5-9 p.m.,
Friday and from 4-8 p.,m.,
Sunday at the Aquarium
Restaurant, 125 Basin St.,
Daytona Beach. The band
will perform from 7-11
p.m.', Saturday at Clancy's
Cantina, 747, E. Third Ave.,.
New Smyrna Beach. The
band will perform from 7-,
10 p.m., Wednesday at the
Moose Family Center, 601
W. Granda Blvd., Ormond
Beach. They will be per-
forming each Thursday
from 5:30-8:30 p.m. at
Pirana Grille, 241 N. U.S.
Highway 1, Ormond
Beach.


*Frappes North: Wine
tasting are held at 6 p.m.
the first Tuesday of each
month. Reservations are
required. Live Music Fri-
day Nights are held from 7-
11 p.m. Frappes is located
at 123 W. Granada Blvd. in
Ormond Beach. To make
reservations, call (386)
6J5-4888 or visit the Web
site at
www.frappesnorth.com.
eThe Fresh: Saxophonist
Jaime Hollis will perform
from -9 p.m. Friday. Saxo-,
phonist and vocalist Ray
will perform from 6-9 p.m.
Saturday. The Fresh is
located at 1130 S. Ridge-
wood Ave., Daytona
Beach. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 947-9736.
*The Garlic: Blues and
Jazz musicians perform
seven nights a week. The
West Virginia Duo of Ray
Guiser and guitarist Greg


Pakstis perform jazz from
7-11 p.m., Friday. Guitarist
and vocalist Lawrence App
entertains 7-11 p.m., Sat-
urday. Saltwater Soul with
keyboardist, vocalist Bob,
Thames, will be held from
6-10 p.m. Sunday. Thorn
Chambers hits the stage
from 6-10 p.m. Monday
and Tuesday. Mark
"Muddy Harp" Hodgson
plays the blues 6-10.p.m.,
Wednesday. The Garlic is
located at 556 E. Third
Ave., New Smyrna Beach.
For more information, call
(386) 424-6660.
*Inlet Harbor: Nancy
Hardine will perform from
1-5 p.m., Friday. Then 2
Now hits the stage at 6
p.m.' p.m. Les B Fine will
perform from 1-5 p.m.,
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The performance is free and
open to the public. Surfscape is
a nonprofit company commit-
ted to bringing the art of mod-
ern dance to local audiences.,
Community dancers, musicians
and artists from area schools
and colleges can study and
perform with the company,
while theater and technical stu-
dents can gain experiencehelp-
ing backstage and creating
props and sets. For more infor-
mation, call (386) 424-2910.
*Barbeque dinner: This
event will be held from 11 a.m.
to 3 p.m., Saturday at the Allen
Chapel A.M.E. Church, 580
George Engram Blvd., Daytona
Beach. Barbeque rib and chick-
en dinners that include side
dishes will be sold, Meal prices
start at $7. Sandwiches are also
available. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 255-1195.
*Opera: "Carmen" will be
performed at 7:30 p.m., Satur-
day, at the Seabreeze High
School Auditorium, located at
the corner of Oleander Avenue
at Harvard Drive in Daytona
Beach. This fully staged Music
LIVE, Inc. opera is part of their
2008-2009 series. Tickets for
the individual shows cost $28.
Student tickets and group rates
available. For more informa-


tion, or to reserve tickets, call
(800) 624-8038, ext. 1.
*Ballroom dance: The
Greater Daytona Chapter of
U.S.A. Dance will hold a ball-
room dance from 7-10:30 p.m.
at the City Island Recreation
Center, 108 Orange Ave., Day-
tona Beach. Cost is $6 for
members, $8 for non-members
and. $3 for students. Admission
includes a one-hour group les-
son from 7-8 p.m. Attire will be
dressy casual. The public may
attend. For more information,
call (386) 756-8433 or (386)
427-4591.
*The Casements: The Case-
ments Guild of Ormond Beach
will hold the "Chairish the
Casements" fundraising event
from 7-9:30 p.m., Saturday, at
The Casements, 25 Riverside
Drive. A select group of area
artists and dignitaries have
taken the challenge to create
an original piece of artwork
from an old chair, stool, or
bench. The evening will include
a silent and live auction of their
creations. The cost of tickets is
$25 per person, and the public
may attend. There will be live
music from the Brio Trio, wine,
cheese, hot and cold hor
d'oeuvres and a chocolate
fountain. Tickets are on sale at
The Casements' office. For
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SUNDAY, MARCH 15

*Strawberry Festival: Mary
Fears, professional storyteller,
will, appear at the annual
Strawberry Festival of Friends
of the Ormond Beach Library at
2 p.m., Sunday, in the library
auditorium. She will present
the "Service of People of Color
in the Civil War". Strawberry
treats will be served. The free
program is open to the public.

SUNDAY, MARCH 15

*Handbell concert: Christine
Anderson, solo handbell ringer,
will perform at 3 p.m., Sunday,
at Christ Presbyterian Church,
1035 W. Granada Blvd.
Ormond Beach. For more infor-
mation, call (386) 677-4076.
*The Happy Wanderers 5K
or 10K Walk: This event will be
held at 1 'p.m., at the Daytona
Beach City Island Library, 105 E.
Magnolia Ave. For more infor-
mation, call (386) 788-4026 or
(386) 760-3872 or visit the
Web site www.happywanders-
fl.org.
*St. Patrick's Day party: The,
Daytona Beach Shores fourth
annual St. Patrick's Day cele-
bration "Luck of the Irish" will
be held from 5 to 8 p.m., Sun-
day March 15 at the Shores
Resort and Spa, 2637 South
Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach
Shores. The Culture and Enter-
tainment Board of the City of
Daytona Beach Shores invites
you to enjoy an evening of Irish
frolic, fun, dinner, entertain-
ment and sing-alongs. Tickets
are $30 or two for $50. The $30
includes a three-course dinner,
coffee or tea. A cash bar will be,
available. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 763-5364.
There will be no ticket sales at
the door.


MONDAY, MARCH 16

*Afternoon at the movies:
The Port Orange Regional
Library will show "Nights in
Rodanthe" at 2 p.m., Monday,
at the library, 1005 City Center
Circle. This movie, is rated PG-
13 and is 97 minutes. A doctor
who is traveling to see his
estranged son sparks with an


unhappily married woman at a
North Carolina inn. Richard
Gere and Diane Lane star in
the film.

TUESDAY, MARCH 17

*St. Patrick's Day dinner:
The American Legion Post 17
will hold a St. Patrick's Day din-
ner from 4-7 p.m., at 619 W.
Canal St., New Smyrna Beach.
The cost of the corned beef
and cabbage dinner is $7. For
more information, call (386)
427-5013.
*St. Patrick's Day party: The
second annual St. Patrick's Day
Celebration and Pot O'Gold
Treasure Hunt will be held at 5
p.m., Tuesday, March 17, on Fla-
gler Avenue in New. Smyrna
Beach. The Flagler Aveiuje Hos-
pitality Group hosts the event.
The celebration will feature live
Irish music, dancing and tradi-
tional Irish food. A Pot 0' Gold
Treasure Hunt will be held from
6-9 p.m. First place wins a $500
cash prize. Pick up a list of par-
ticipating locations, Treasure
Hunt Items and set of rules at
the tent just east of 401 Flagler
Avenue, then search for the
items on the list. More infor-
mation and rules are posted at
http://www.myspace.com/par
tyonflagler. Gift certificates val-
ued at more than $400 from
participating businesses will be
awarded for second and third
place. Participants mush be 21
years of age or older. The event
is free to the public.

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18

*Book discussion: The Port
Orange Regional Library will
hold its monthly book discus-
sion group at 10:30 a.m.,
Wednesday, at the library, 1005
City Center Circle. This month's
selection is "Snow Flower and
the Secret Fan" by Lisa See. For
more information, call (386)
322-5152 ext 2.
*Library children's show:
Port Orange Regional Library's
Children's Department ,pres-
ents "Explore! To the Moon
and Beyond!" at 3 p.m.,
Wednesday, at 1005 City Cen-
ter Circle. This program is for
children in ,first through fifth
grades. Pre-registration is
required. There will be a,pup-
pet show "As The Moon Turns:
The Saga'of Luna and Moona
Lisa." For information and reg-
istration, call (386) 322-5152
ext 4.
*The Happy Wanderers: This
5K fun walk will be at 6 p.m. at
Riverside Park, South Daytona -
Big Tree Ball Field, Big Tree
Road. Admission is free. For
more information, call (386)
788-4026 or (386) 760-3872
or visit the Web site. www.hap-
pywanderersfl.org.
*Cinematique: Opening
March 18, Cinematique pres-
ents "Surfwise", a documen-
tary, rated R, for language. "Sur-
fwise" is Doug Pray's
documentary about the leg-
endary and unconventional
Paskowitz family. Show times
are noon Wednesday; 7 p.m.
Thursday; and 7 p.m. Friday, at
the Bookstore, 410 S. Nova Rd.
Ormond Beach. For more infor-
mation, call (386) 252-3778 or
visit the Web site www.cinema-
tique.org

THURSDAY, MARCH 19

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19, at the OM Bar and Chill
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Who doesn't love a good
duet like the balcony scene
from "West Side Story?"
That's what you'll see
and hear when two of
Broadway's stars, vocalists
Marin Mazzie and Jason
Danieley, perform with the
Boston Pops Esplanade
Orchestra tonight at
Peabody Auditorium.


This musical evening,
with Keith Lockhart con-
ducting, pays tribute to the
Oscar and Tony Awards'
greatest music. And Broad-
way's "Golden Couple" are
fresh from their recent
starring roles on Broadway
- Ms. Mazzie in Monty
Python's "Spamalot," and
Mr. Danieley in Kander
and Ebb's "Curtains" to
join the Pops in the con-
cert presented by the Day-


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Society. Tony-award win-
The cou- ners.
ple will per- The Boston
form an Pops performs
additional hundreds of
duet, "Move shows in Boston,
On," from across the Unit-
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attracts more than 300,000
people and is viewed by
more than 20 million peo-
ple on television. "Evening
at Pops," the longest run-
ning concert program on
television, features 13
nationwide broadcasts
each season.
Boston Pops ticket prices
range from $54 to $87. They


are available from the
Peabody Auditorium box
office, 600 Auditorium
Blvd., Daytona Beach; Tick-
etmaster (407) 839-3900; or
order online at dbss.org.
For more information,
call (386) 253-2901. All
Boston Pops ticket holders
will receive a free ticket to
any Symphony Society
concert next season.


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From page B2.
Lounge at 392 Flagler Ave.,
New Smyrna Beach. Tickets,
which include open bar are
$35 and are on sale now at the
lounge. Tickets are limited to
100 and will not be available at
the door. For ticket information,
call (386) 423-2727
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 S. Atlantic Ave.,
Daytona Beach Shores. During
this semi-formal gathering,
four-course meals will be
served with wines that comple-
ment 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 ben-
efit the Children's Home Soci-
'ety. To make reservations, call
(386) 788-3922.
*American Legion Post 270:
A fish fry and music entertain-
ment is held from 5-7 p.m.
each Friday. Taco night is held
each Monday from 5-7 p.m.


Wing night is held each
Wednesday from 5-7 p.m. The
public may attend. American
Legion Post 270 is located at
119 Howes St., Port Orange.
*Art Walk: This event is held
from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. the fourth
Saturday of each month along
Flagler Avenue in New Smyrna
Beach. A wide variety of art-
work, free children's activity,
entertainment and a special
prize drawing are presented by
the Gallery Group of Flagler
Avenue. For more information
or to request an artist's appli-
cation, call (386) 428-1770. or
visit the Web site at www.fla-
glergallerygroup.com.*Atlantic
Center for the Arts: The exhibi-
tion 'Works by James Siena"
will be on display through
March 21 at Pabst Visitor Cen-
ter & Gallery, Atlantic Center for
the Arts, 1414 Art Center Ave.,
New Smyrna Beach. This exhi-


bition of prints by James Siena,
master artist-in-residence at
Atlantic Center, displays an
alternative system. His work
has been featured in the 2004
Whitney Museum of American
Art Biennial. This event is free
to the public. Gallery hours are
from 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Tuesday
through Friday, and from 10
a.m.-2 p.m., Saturday. For more
information, call (386)
42Z7.6975 or visit,www.atlantic-
centerforthearts.org.1
*Barbie Doll: Celebrating 50
Years of an American Icon: This
exhibit will be on display
through April 5 at the Daytona
Beach Museum of Arts & Sci-
ences. In celebration of Barbie
doll's 50th birthday on March
9, more than 400 dolls will be
on display from the private col-
lection of Jo Anne Winspur. The
exhibition will feature Barbie
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Cardino and Mike Castro
will perform from 1-5 p.m.,
Monday. Eddie Uzzle and
Kenny Sphire will perform at
5:30 p.m. Rob Graham will
perform from 1-5 p.m.,


Monday. Mr. Uzzle returns
at 5:30. Mr. Sphire will per-
form froml-5 p.m., Tuesday.
He will be joined by Mr. Gra-
ham at 5:30 p.m. Mike Caso
hits the stage from 1-5 p.m.,
Wednesday. Mr. Sphire
returns at 5:30 p.m., Steve
Hageman wll perform-from
1-5 p.m., Thursday. Mr. Gra-


ham hits the stage at 5:30
p.m.
*Java Jungle: Open Mic
Night is at 7 p.m. each
Thursday. Musicians,
authors, singers, poets and
composers are& welcome.
Wes Malone and other
artists also perform. Friday
night Wes Malone play


music from 7-10 p.m. Satur-
day evenings, Java Jungle
presents live music from
local artists. Irish Open Mic
will be featured for all from
7-10 p.m., Saturday. Leigh
Losey is the featured musi-
cian, performing from 7-10
p.m. Saturday, March 21.
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*Julian's Landmark Steak
and Seafood House: Johnny
Lambrusco, singer/enter-
tainer will be performing a
wide variety of songs, from
swing, jazz and timeless
standards on Saturday. For
more information, call (386)
677-6767.
oNorwood's Restaurant
and Wine Shop: Free wine
tasting are held from 5-7
p.m. each Friday on the deck
and Saturday in the shop
with complimentary
cheeses. Norwood's is locat-
ed at 400 Second Ave., New
Smyrna Beach. For more
information, call. (386) 428-
4621.
*Ohana Luau Dinner
Show: This dinner show
spectacular and family-style
feast, with a 6:30 p.m. seat-
ing, dinner served at 7:15
p.m. and show time at 7:30
p.m., is held Thursday, Fri-
day and Saturday, at the
Hawaiin Inn, 2301 S.
Atlantic Ave., Daytona
Beach Shores. Participants
will learn traditional dances
with Polynesian women,
warriors and keikis (chil-
dren). A flaming fire knife
dance and hula with audi-
ence participation will be
featured. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 255-5411, Ext.
186, or visit www.ohanalu-
au.com.
*OM Bar & Chill Lounge:
Free wine tasting are held
from 4-8 p.m. each Sunday
at 392 Flagler Ave., New
Smyrna Beach. Tasters will
have a selection of up to 10
different wines. Acoustic
performances are provided
by Rhonda Patrick. Free
salsa lessons are given at 8
p.m. each Thursday; with
open salsa dancing held
from 9 p.m.-1 a.m. For more
information, call (386) 423-
2727 or visit the Web site at
www.theombar.com.
*Ormond Beach Eagles
No. 3800: Games are played
at hoon each Thursday. One


mini jackpot and door
prizes will be available. Free
coffee and doughnuts will
be served. Proceeds got to
chartists. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 672-3663.
*Ormond Beach Senior
Center: The Vagabonds per-
form from 2-4 p.m. once per
month. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 763-0355.
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Sports Bar: This Friday and
Saturday ,dance to the
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p.m. Open Jam Night is held
at 8 p.m. each Sunday.
Cheap Thrills will perform at
7 p.m., Tuesday as part of
the St. Patrick's Day celebra-
tion. The Pirates perform at
8 p.m. each Thursday. Texas
Hold 'em is played at 6 p.m.
each Monday and Thursday
and at 2 p.m., Saturday. Free
Bingo and Comedy Auction
is held at 7 p.m. each Tues-
day. LottaWednesday is held
from 7-10 p.m. each
Wednesday. Mark River per-
forms at 8 p.m. Peanut's is
located at 421 Flagler Ave.,
New Smyrna Beach. For
more information, call (386)
423-1469.
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basin will perform Friday
and Saturday, at 801 S. Nova
Road, Ormond Beach. For
more information, visit
www.rockinranchnight-
club.com.
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nection: A hand drum circle
is held at 8 p.m. each
Wednesday at 315 Seabreeze
Blvd., Daytona Beach. For
more information, visit the
Web site at www.drumcir-
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Lawn chairs are suggested;
no coolers. Admission is
free. Also, a farmers' market
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Port Orange/Ponce Inlet
So. Daytona/Daytona Beach Shores


The stars are out tonight
Tommy Fager of Port
Orange is escorted by Miss
Volusia pageant holders
Taylor Ticer and Haley
Moran before being
crowned during the fifth
annual Shining S.T.A.R.S.
Pageant and Fashion Show
last Saturday at the
Ormond Beach Performing
Arts Center. The event is a
participation pageant for
children and adults with
special needs. The City of
Ormond Beach Depart-
ment of Leisure Services,
Aa Special Populations
S Division sponsored the
annual event.
. 1 Randy Barber
S* staff photographer


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per and of course Ken. MOAS.is
located at 352 S. Nova Road,
Daytona Beach. For more infor-
mation, call (386) 255-0285 or
visit the Web site at
www.moas.org.
*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. Fof more
information, call (386) 761-
7633. .
*The; Casements: The Case-


Producer
From page Bi
engineer behind the song.
Diplo said being at the
G rammys was "crazy."
He didn't expect to win
(and did not), but just in
case' he had a speech pre-
pared that he said was for all
the kids mixing beats in
their basement, much like
' he was doing justafJew year
ago. .
"I'm very proud of him,"
said Ms. Pentz. who attend-
ed the Grammys with her
son. "He's always been cre-
ative. He played the piano at
five (years old)."
Ms. Pentz said Wesley was
a good kid, making straight
A's and always on-the-go.
She said that he would
read the encyclopedia for
fun and he originally want-
ed to be a paleontologist.
That love of dinosaurs
inspired Wesley's stage.
name after the diplodocus
genus of dinosaurs.
Growing up in Edgewater,
Diplo remembers going to
flea markets and music
stores -in the area to buy'
records. He also remembers
fishing and going swimming
in the springs a lot.
"I love Volusia County," he
said. "I love everything
about- it. It's really down
home and folksy. I'm proud
of coming from here."
NMs. Pentz said she is not
worried about heri son's
fu ture.


ments Cultural Center of
Ormond Beach: Free tours are
provided at the home of John
D. Rockefeller from 10 a.m.-,
2:30 p.m., Monday-Friday, and
from 10-11:30 a.m., Saturday,
at 25 Riverside Drive, Ormond
Beach. Large groups should
call for reservations at (386)
676-3216.
*Cracker Creek's Pirate
Cruise: Featuring the Pirates of
Spruce Creek, cruises are held
at 1 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


"He's got his head on his
shoulders," she said. "He's
very mature."
As one cousin leaves the
gathering at McKenna's,
Diplo tells her boyfriend to
take care of her.
It's a small gesture that
speaks volumes about
Diplo.
He's an internationally-
known DJ who could have
long forgotten about his.
-roots and the people who,
knew him before the fame
_and fortune.
But, instead, Diplo choos-
es to remain grounded and
humble.


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 Cot-
tage, a near-replica as seen.
in the 1937 Walt Disney ani-
mated 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
the, conservation nature trails
also are available. For more
information, visit the Web site
at www.OldFloridaPioneer.com
or send an e-mail to cracker-


Many of the friends that
he, hangs around today are
from high school. He
remains loyal to struggling
musicians by signing them
to his own record label, Mad
Decent.
With the initiative Heaps
Decent, Diplo hopes to
change the music scene by
helping indigenous and
underprivileged Australian
artists break into the music
business.
A documentary he made
on Brazil's Baile'Funk music
scene will debut at the SXSW
(South by Southwest) music
festival later this month.


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Diplo said he wants to
continue infusing all genres
of music into his shows and
songs. He even wants to
have a TV show where he
showcases cultures and their
music.
But, on that particular Sat-
urday, Diplo had one focus.
"I just want to sleep," he
said.
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United States Golf Association rules go too far


Sooks like my friends at
the United States Golf
sociation are at it
again.
Just when one thinks the
USGA cannot possibly do
anything more to screw up
the game that I so love, along
comes the latest memo.


On March 4, a memo was
sent to equipment manufac-
turers regarding submission
of equipment for testing by
the USGA.
Before we get to what was
in that memo, I want to point
out that the USGA's approval
or rejection of a piece of


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equipment, with regard to
conforming to the-rules of
golf, means the difference
between selling the club to
the general public or tossing
years of research and devel-
opment along with the clubs
produced into the trash can.
Without the USGAs
approval stamped on a piece
of equipment, the chances of
selling more than a handful of
that item are slim to none.
By now, you're all wonder-
ing just what was in that
memo. Well here you go.
"Beginning with all
submissions received on or
after April 1, 2009, the USGA
will begin charging submit-
ters of clubs and other
equipment for official
conformance evaluations.
"This is being done to


partially defray the cost of
services provided by the
USGA's Research and Test
Center and to more equitably
distribute the cost of that
support among the all
equipment manufacturers.
"Charges will be as follows:
woods $150 each; hybrids
$150 each; iron sets $500 per
set; individual iron heads
$150 each; putters $50 each;
other (tees, gloves, shoes, etc.)
$50 each.
"The USGA has charged for
golf ball evaluations since
1979. During this time, the
USGA has not generally
charged for evaluations of golf
clubs. However, in the past
decade, advances in golf club
technology have resulted in
the USGA dedicating a
substantially increased
amount of time, expense and
sophisticated research to
evaluate clubs for confor-
mance with the rules of golf.
S "In addition, during the
same time period, the
number of equipment
submissions to the USGA has
also increased significantly.
"Therefore,, the USGA has
determined that it is now
appropriate and equitable to
apply a charge for all golf
equipment conformance
decisions. The USGA will


continue to fund a substantial
majority of research and test
center costs."
So, in order for any manu-
facturer to have a club
evaluated, they must now pay
a fee. While the fee is not very
large, who's to say that it won't
double or triple in the year to
come?
My problem with this is
simple. The USGA has literally
created its own job here.
The USGA created a system
and forced the entire golf
industry to fall into place, lock
step, without question. Now
they have the nerve to
complain about the fact that
they are "busy."
To top it off, the USGA then
puts a cost to do business
with them on a "service" that
they not only own, but have
created out of thin air and
forced everyone to follow.
"It's paramount to creating
the drink, forcing everyone to
drink it and then complaining
that they have to make so
much of it to fill the demand,"
said Mike Tait of SMT Golf.
"It's absolutely beyond
words!"
The USGA was founded, or
founded itself, to assure that
there remained some control
of the rules and evolution of
equipment, to keep the game


fair. But fair for whom? Only
for those who compete
against other golfers in what
is termed "USGA sanctioned
events."
For the USGA to go a step
or two or six further by
insisting that only equipment
which has passed its certifica-
tion process can be used in
"USGA sanctioned events" is,
in my opinion, an improper
extension of its authority.
It seems proper for the
USGA to specify performance
parameters, but leave it up to
each equipment company
and each golfer to decide how
they will assure their products
meet those parameters.
Submitting equipment to.
the USGA for conformance
testing should just be one
option, and not mandatory.
The USGA should simply
audit equipment for compli-
ance. Have testers available at
every tournament site, where
competitors can have their
equipment tested for a small
fee before the competition or
have it included in the entry
fee.
In short, put the expense on
the USGA and the competing
golfers, not the equipment
companies, to test equipment
for conformance.
Why is this approach
better? The vast majority of
amateur golfers do not
compete in UGSA events so
they should not pay (indirect-
ly through equipment price)
for conformance testing. And
if you think that a company
can make every club to the
exact same specs as the one
tested and passed, you are
sadly mistaken.
My main point is that the
USGA is making an improper
extension of its authority by
insisting that all equipment
be approved specifically by it,
and in the process charging a
fee for that.
This isn't an issue of
whether the equipment
companies can afford it,
because it might increase the
cost per piece of equipment
by a few cents each. It is more
a matter of the principle of an
organization improperly
going beyond its charter. And
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Port Orange/Ponce Inlet
So. Daytona/Daytona Beach Shores


Big reds in shallow water are a beautiful sight to behold


put my boat in at dawn
in Tomoka State Park and
paused to admire the
new dock that was recently
completed.
That day the wind had
been predicted to be in the
10-mph range, but just at
sun up, there was not a
breath of air. Out in the
basin, the surface was glassy
smooth. Whenever I am out
alone on such a day, I like to
take some time and cruise
about, just watching for red
fish.
All of us have our favorite
fishing spots and habit
usually sends us back to
them almost automatically,
but from time to time it pays
to explore new areas.
When the water is smooth
and calm it is perfect for
sight fishing.
Red fish swimming in
shallow water will give
themselves away by the


wake that they push.
Of course, it takes a bit of
practice to be able to tell
what kind of fish is beneath
the surface, but when you
get the hang of it, you will
be as certain as if you
actually are seeing the fish.
Soon enough, on this
almost idyllic morning, I
came across a school of
small reds in the 18- to 20-
inch length.
I tossed my Mirro Lure
into the bunch, but the fish
had seen me first and were
not about to bite.
Moving farther along, I
spotted a wake from what
had to be a whopper of a
red, and it was heading right
for my lure. I tensed up in
anticipation of the hit but it
never came. The big fish
paused to look at it, but
quickly continued on its
way. Dang.
Another hundred yards,


and I came upon exactly
what I was looking for. A
school of big, big red fish
was lying in about 18 inches
of water taking in the
morning's first warming
rays from the sun.
I became more that a little
excited, but my trolling
motor struck one oyster and
that was enough to spook
the entire school.
The water around my
boat began to churn as the
fish darted around in every
direction. I just sat and
shook my head. I had
encountered at least 20 reds
in a half-hour and come
away without a strike.


Okay, I thought, I have
found fish in a place new to
me. I eased away as quietly
as I could and went to one
of my old stand-by trout
holes.
I entertained myself there
for about two hours and
then push poled back to
where I had found the
school of biggest fish.
By then, the forecast had
proven correct and the wind
was blowing steady from the
east. That would not help,
but I positioned myself so
that the wind did aid my
cast and got off a long one.
Folks, if you are going to
fish spooky reds in shallow
water, the ability to make
long casts is a must. If you
cannot accomplish that,
you must go to different
equipment or line. My plug
splashed down right where I
needed it and almost
immediately a big fish rolled


up on it.
Another hit then another
hit, but no hook-up. I
allowed the lure to sit
quietly for about the count
of ten and I can tell you that
is the longest ten seconds in-
a person's life. I twitched
the surface plug ever so
slightly and the fish swal-
lowed it completely. The
entire five-inch plug with
three sets of treble hooks
disappeared inside its big
mouth. To some that would
be the perfect hook up, but I
fish with no leader, and now
my 10-pound mono was
rubbing on that sandpaper
of a mouth.
The fish took off strong to
the east then back to the
west. It came straight
toward me then under the
boat and out the other side.
Woohoo. (Caution: if the


fun lasts more than four
hours, consult a physician.)
Finally, both of us began
to tire, and I was able to out
last my finny foe by just a
bit. The oversized red
measured 29 inches and
had to be around 12
pounds. As big as it was, I
believe that I caught the
smallest fish in that school.
As I left, I was confident that
I had sight fished myself a
pretty good new fishing
hole.
Dan Smith has fished the
waters of Volusia County
for 40 years. When he's not
fishing, the retired contrac-
tor is heavily involved with
the Ormond Beach Histori-
cal Trust. For questions or
comments send an e-mail
to
apes 123@mybluelight.com.


I can make it


Randy Barber/staff photographer
South Daytona Stingray Devon McCatherine, 9, of Day-
tona Beach makes a break for first base during a scrim-
mage game at James Park in South Daytona recently.


Fundraising
tournament
scheduled

A junior varsity boy's
baseball tournament will
be held Saturday, March
14, at the Jackie Robinson
Ballpark in Daytona
Beach. The tournament
will help fund JV sports
teams and academic
competitions in Volusia
County Schools for this
school year.
The game schedule for
Saturday is: Seabreeze
High School vs. Deltona
High School at noon;
DeLand High School vs.
New Smyrna Beach High
School at 2 p.m.; Spruce
Creek High School vs.
Pine Ridge High School at
4 p.m.; Atlantic High
School vs. Flagler Palm
Coast High School at 6
p.m.; Mainland&. High
School vs. Taylor (Pier-
son). High School at 8
p.m.
Donations will, be col-
lected at the gate.
Academic competi-
tions and junior varsity
sports were eliminated
from the budget- mid-
year due to the funding
crisis. Many concerned
parents and community
members indicated they
would be willing to
donate money in order to


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save the programs for the
2008-09 school year.
An Ad Hoc Community
Cadre was formed to
spearhead the effort to
raise $100,000 so that the
programs could be rein-
stated.
To mail a donation,
make checks payable to
Volusia County Schools
with a notation for Acade-
mic/JV Sports Support
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Bertie Trawick, Director
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CARPENTRY LLC
Specializing in DOOR
Installations, Storm
doors, Crown & other
moldings, .garage storage
solutions, attic stairs,
custom work & other car-
pentry. 30+ yrs. Lic & Ins
386-304-1228.



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Cleaning Since 1965. All
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IMPROVEMENTS, LLC.
Save $$$ on Door, Win-
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Insured. 386-322-1220
Mike Davidson Const.
Remodel/Addition/Repair,
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Kitchen/Bath, 25 Yrs Exp.
St Lic#CBC1255638, Ins.
386-756-3397, 299-2132



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SERVICES 8+yrs exp.
Reliable. Lrg/small props.
Full svc: Weeding, trim-
ming of shrubs/bushes,
decorative stone, brick
flower beds. Lic/Insured.
386-846-8774; 267-0776


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tomers. They may not, how-
ever, give legal advice.


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VICTROLA SOLID
mahogany very good
condition $450. Juke box
early 60's Rock-ola with
Elvis records, very good
cond. $1500. Record
album collection' 500 50's
to 80's $1 each. 500 45
rpm records .25 each
386-672-7366 or
386-453-6677



AEROBEDS, Exc. cond.
& storage bags, twin/$25,
Full/$35. 386-424-6170
AREA RUGS- Orange
5x7, $60, Burgundy 5x7,
$30, Cream 5x8, $20,
386-423-5978 VOL
BABY SWING- girls,
Graco, cherry blossom
swing, pink/ brown, $75,
386-314-3527 VOL
BAR CARRIER, for cars,
$15 new, Canon Printer,
new, $25, black& white,
color, 386-676-1363 VOL
BEDDING SETS- 2, multi
stripe, like new, comfor-
ter's reverse to polka dots,
$30, 386-615-4958 VOL
BEDROOM SET Wick-
er, dresser w/mirror,
chest, riightstand, like
new, $175, 386-409-7325
BICYCLE for men, new
tires, coaster brakes,
$35, 386-676-2412
BIKE -Adult 3 wheel, fair
condition. $50. 386-
761-3203 Port Orange.
BUNDY TRUMPET-
$200, 386-677-3038 VOL
CHEST FREEZER- GE
brand, good condition,
$100 firm, 386-427-2726
VOL
CHEVY MAGS 14"'w
center caps, off 1981
Monte Carlo SS $199
386-689-4670
COFFEE TABLE- wood,
bottom shelf, one drawer,
medium brown, $150,
386-428-9761 VOL


COFFEE/ END table,
scan design, Teak, $199,
407-492-1209 VOL
COMPUTER DESK- light
wood, good condition,
$35, 386-322-2309,VOL
CONVERTER BOX-
new, from Best Buy, $30,
Outdoor antenna, $70,
386-427-6651 VOL
CRUISER Radio con-
trol, electric powered, 25"
long, new in box, $50
firm, 386-763-0845 VOL
CURIO CABINET- with
glass shelves, black fin-
'ished 6' tall, 2 for $175,
386-523-8177 VOL


DESK 1947, glass top
w/chair, $100, 2700 NFL
cards, $40, 2 16" tires,
$40, 386-672-4255 VOL
DINING SET- 45" round,
glass top, w/6 swivel arm
chairs, $85,
386-341-7639 VOL
DINING SET- 6- high
back, cushioned chairs,
good condition, Glass
top, $125, 386-427-6226
DISHWASHER Hot
point, new never Instal-
led, $100, 386-767-2155
VOL
DODGE HOOD- 1996,
great condition, black,
125 obo, 386-788-5420
VOL
DOG CARRIER medium
size good cond. airplane
approved, $25.
386-334-0793
DRESSER all wood,
good shape, $75, must
see, Call Lily,
386-254-4814 VOL'
DRESSER Antique,
cream color, with or with-
out mirror, $200,
386-428-2596 VOL
DRUMSET 5 piece with
High hats & base pedal.
$200 386-322-1990
DRYER Kitchenalde,
220v, 3 prong, white, 5
years old, $75,
386-760-8515 VOL
ENTERTAINMENT CEN-
TER- Vintage, TV/ Turn-
table, 8 track, 'AM/FM, all
work, $40, 386-760-5127
EXERCISE MACHINE
Nordic River Dual Motion,
and other equipment
$200 all 386-788-2702
FLOOR LAMP, $10,
Table Typewriter, $15,
Wooden Rocking chair,
$60, 386-428-3123 VOL
FUTON Black frame,
with wooden arm, mat-
tress included, $125,
. 386-238-4045
GLASS INSERT, Deco-
rative etched glass, insu-
lated., w/2 Sidelites,
$199.386-441-8711
GO CART- Honda En-
gine, $200 firm,
386-441-6685 VOL
GOLF BALLS used, 60
for, $20, Call Jim
386-788-0586 VOL
GOLF CLUBS- left hand,
9-mega force Irons,
'3-nieatal woods, Bag,
$95, 386-677-1324 VOL
GOLF CLUBS- Men,
King Cobras w/bags,
-Irons 4-9, 3 wedges, put-
ter, $200, 386-423-7599
GRILL Meal Maker, By
Sun Beam, non-stick,
table top, with cook book,
$30, 386-423-1715 VOL
HAND BAG, Etinne Aign-
er, signature, color Bur-
gundy,, 11x8, $35. Brand
New. 386-238-6056
JACK 25 ton, $35, Vice,
$40, 386-761-4483 VOL
JACKET, BLACK leath-
er, size 40, new thinsu-
late lining, $25,
386-503-6565 VOL
JACKET, LEATHER-
Men, 46", 'Brooks', best
quality, $150,
386-428-6730 VOL
LADDER 24", $75,
Stainless Steel box 5',
good cond, $100,
386-846-0240 VOL
LAMPS 1-solid brass
desk lamp, $50, Tiffany
with ceiling mount, $100
obo, 386-615-4809 VOL
LAWN MOWER- in work-
ing condition, needs mi-
nor work, Craftsman,
$150, 386-424-1697 VOL
LIFT CHAIR- Elec, tones
of green, excellent cond..
incl. ..pad for heat & .vibra-
tion: $125 386-761-9396
MATTRESS, QUEEN Pil-
low Top $150. Brand
New. Call Mike
386-451-9660
MEGA BLOCKS huge
assortment $75, legos
$75 and mini legos $50
386-322-5887 vol
MICROWAVE GE,
white, small,, $20,6 draw-
er dresser w/mirror, $80
obo, 386-506-8854 VOL
MICROWAVE Over the
stove, 2 years old, '$125,
Scotts Spreader, $20,
386-439-6202 VOL
ORGAN, BALDWIN- fun
machine, good condition,
any offer over $100,
386-316-9328 VOL ,
PEANUT WARMER dis-
lay case, glass, stain-
ess steel, for counter
top, $175, 386-673-9070
PLANK SIDING, 9
sheets, 12"wide by 12'
long, ceder design, $80,
386-304-1170 VOL
PONTOON AWNING -
8x7 $75, Also 25 gallon
portable gas can $125.
Call 386-345-4975
POOL Above Ground,
includes ladder and filter,
10' round 3 or 4' deep,
$50, 386-756-0753 VOL
PRESSURE WASHER-
1.5 HP, electric, 1000
PSI, 2.3 GPM, $75,
386-492-5218 VOL
PRINTER Canon, Pix-
ma MX310, almost new;
also copies, scans faxes,
$60, 386-304-9080 VOL
QUILT ANTIQUE
Handmade, beautiful.
Excellent cond. $150
386-682-5824 see photo
online at www.Hometown
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126981
RADIO- multi band, port-
able, new, $65, 460 Tele-
scope, $80,
386-788-5295 Vol
RCA THEATRE- for
home, guide plus, 52",
needs Conver, $15 firm,
910-922-3511 VOL


RECLINER Wallhugger,
all leather, like new,
wood trim, $195,
386-671-0173
REFRIGERATOR -
Whirlpool, 18' Black, top
freezer, Ice maker, $125,
386-677-6525 VOL
ROCKING HORSE- Cly-
desdale, new, USA
made, $99,
386-405-3713 VOL
ROOF TARP, new, $100,
Office chair, $20,, Bread
maker, $20,
-386-322-1116 VOL


SADDLE Western 'Sad-
dle (The American
#1665) 386-345-4975
SAW 8 1/4, compound
miter, $40, 386-424-0435
VOL
SCOOTER Electric,
Adult model $125
386-426-0715
SCOOTER gas/ electric
start, battery scooter, not.
street legal, haul on RV
both $150, 386-677-4253
SEWING MACHINE- ta-
ble model,like new, carry
handel, 1.5 stitch pattern,
$35, 386-673-6629 VOL
SILVER DOLLARS, Old,
US, 5, very nice, 1879-
1900, $125,
386-322-6333 VOL
SINK Pedestal, beige,
$40, 386-677-1984
SOFA Striped, Barrel
chair, both for $170, call
Steve, 386-763-9649
VOL
STEP LADDER- 8'-12',
aluminum, $40,
386-428-6813 VOL
STEREO Pioneer Re-
ceiver, $90,. 2 Theater
tower speakers, $70 for
both, 386-451-1024'VOL
STOVE GE range, elec-
tric, self- clean, Fully
functional, Can deliver,
$75, 386-689-3019 VOL
TABLE for Dining room,
4 cloth high back chairs,
$50, 386-383-0681 VOL
TABLE, Dining Room-
Modern Wood, 3x5, good
condition, $50,
386-615-8916 VOL
TACKLE BOX with 32
Repellas & 3 fishing
poles $125 386-427-8040
TARP .blue, used to
cover roof while being re-
paired, $90,
386-322-4475 VOL
TILE.- 6" tan/Beige, 300
pieces, $100, Multi- Sta-
tion, weight bench& bars,
$100, 386-258-5162 VOL
TILE TABLE- wooden
chairs, $190,
386-615-9092 VOL
TIRES 2, Firestone,
P185/70 R14, Steel Belt-
ed, $80, 386-788-7402
VOL
TIRES Goodyear,
Wrangler 4x4 Rims, Low
Mileage, P235/75R15,
$160, 321-569-1162 VOL
TOQL BOX- aluminum,
diamond plated, for full
size truck, $75,
386-424-5620 VOL
TRAPEZE BAR- for hos-
pital bed, $150,
386-424-1933 VOL
TV, BIG Screen, 40"
Beautiful oak cabinet
w/doors, on wheels $200
386-852-8289 Vol
VHS COLLECTOR
tapes, Roots VHS 15
tapes, $40, Gone with the
W.noa 5$20 386-424-6170
WASHER Large capaci-
ty, $40, 386-427-8009
VOL
WASHER Whirlpool,
super capacity, 2 speed,
white, very good cond,
$50, 386-672-4671 VOL
WATER HEATER- natu-
ral gas, Rheem, 40 gal-
lon, $30, Pedestal sink,
,$25, 386-478-6315 VOL
WERNER LADDER-
Multi purpose, 16', like
new condition, asking
$100, 386-767-1905 VOL
WHEEL CHAIR, small
transport chair, barely
used $70, 386-672-8741
WHEEL CHAIR- light
weight, fold up, 8"
wheels, .75,
386-760-0131 VOL




FRENCH DOORS, 1 set,
3'x8', white, wood w/
glass, complete w/ hard-
ware, fits 6' space $125 '
ea. 386-426-2103


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BED, Sleep Numbers
'2000 $600; 2 large Black
Lacker Curio cabinets
$75/ea.; Dining rm table
w/tinted glass top & 6
highback padded seat
cane chairs $200; Reclin-
er La-Z-Boy elec. lift
$300; Cabinet 30" tall, 2
drawers & 2 doors $20;
1- 15" cabinet w/3 draw-
ers $20; 2 table lamps
$20/ea; 2 stand up lamps
$20/ ea.; French doors
72"x80" 15 litewood
$200; Toilet $25; 38"
Awning alum window
$10; Cafe Doors $10; 2
-24" Louvered closet
doors $15. Chevy 283
engine complete $500.
386-767-2995
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ST. JOHNS RIVER 133'
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ORMOND 3bdrm/2bath, 2 Clubhouses
Plantation Pines & 2 Pools
2.5acres f6r $210,000. oo
PORT ORANGE 3/2 '- 2 Privale Piers
split plan $99,000. Mariah
ochhauser Crouch &(Boat Ramp
Realty 386.233.9399 or AgeRestricted
917:364.1549 .- Comm.ni M
ORMOND AREA: Intra-
cpastal comp renovated, -" Great Living on
double lot,.' riparian, rights. tbhe:. Indian River
$394,900 Barbara Sand- _
berg;' Coldwell Banker HOLLY HILL, Homes
Expert 386-677-7727 available from $17,000.
ORMOND BEACH, Dis- 55+ gated community.
tress. Sale, 3/2/2 Brick Sun Homes at Holly For-
Ranch style home, close est. 1000 Walker St,
to shopping,, nice neigh- 888.308.4750
borhood, fenced in treed www.4hollyforest.com
lot, Tanglewood Sub. MAKE OFFER!!
$150K. 386-527-8167 MAKE OFFER1I I
VERO, BEACH: Brand
new 55+ Furnished 2/2,
Why not FL room, Financing Avail
$62,900. Government
thebest! First Time Home Buy-
the .sJ ers Program. Up to
$7,500 can be applied
HOMETOWN toward down payment.
866-605-7255
NEWS-- MARTIN COUNTY 55+
CLASSIFIEDS Affordable golf comm 2/2.
1456sqft. Completely
M5 u e remodeled. All new
5 Counties! appls.. Reduced to
Martin through' $42,500 772-597-6778
see photos online at
East Volusia www.Hometown NewsOL
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Programs MELBOURNE MOBILE
for Businessesl Homes. 2BR from $2500
for Businesses/ to $18,000 Broadview
55+, Post Road. ** Tan-
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Private Party I schools and shopping.
Office 321-259-3522
Park mgr 407-283-5277
Give us a call MELBOURNE Only $400
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MINT
CADILLAC 1989 El
dorado Biarritz comp
restored, in & out. New,
'Cadillac engine still under
dealer warrantee $9000.
772-873-8025
CADILLAC, 1967 Fleet-
wood Eldorado, First per-
sonal luxury compact, no
rust, low miles, $7,500.
386-672-7366;453-6677


Sharp
FORD CUSTOM 1951
2-dr sedan. All oig. 6 cyl.
Needs very little work
Can drive anywhere.
$11,900/obo
772-766-2636


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MERCEDES 1984,. 500
SEL, Original, no rust.
Perfect interior, near
classic. Must see.
$5400 386-451-8152


BLOWN HEAD Gasket?
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process. Repair yourself.
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Sharp
FORD MUSTANG GT
'98, v-6, auto, A/C, power
windows/locks/seats,;
58k/mi., Excellent cond.,
$7000/obo 321-264-2903


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MELBOURNE: Brand
New Doublewide Show-
home 2br/2ba attached
carport, 07' Horton. 'Only
$39,995. Reduced over
$20K. Will sell quick.
321-254-7313
ORMOND BEACH 55+
12' x 60' fully furnished.
Sun room, shed, carport.
A/C heat pump. $9000.
386-615-5481 Diane
386-677-8378 ,
ORMOND BEACH 55+
community, 2br/2ba new
carpet/tile thruout. $5900.
12x60, 2/1.5ba, glassed
in porch $14,900. Call
386-672-1276 / 451-4018
ORMOND BEACH- One
of the best 55+ well kept
communities. Furn 2/2
backs to tree preserve.
Very quite. Great
neighbors. Clubhouse,
many social activities.
Luxurious pool, monthly
rent covers lawn maint &
park upkeep. Close to
everything. $19,900.
(Moving) 386-677-6411
ORMOND BEACH: 55+
2/2 Screen porch, shed,
carport, gated, all appli-
ances, many amenities,
$42,000 Negotiable.
386-677-6525
PORT ORANGE New
2009 Custom Fleetwood'
homes from $82,5001
Beautiful 55+ community,
Free month lot rent &
lawn care. Model Open
10-4 Dally & 12-4 Sun.
See Terry or Carmela for
added Incentives. 386-
562-6836/386- 756-8700
MaplewoodEstates.net
PORT ORANGE 55+
Colony in the Woods. 2/2
24 x 40, screen room,
new wood floors & carpet
$13,900. 501-940-8458
or 870-854-3767'
PORT ORANGE- OPEN
HOUSE. La Costa
Village, 2213 Primavera
Ave, 3/2 furnished, en-
closed porch. Open
daily: 11-3 p.m. Best offer
386-837-3571
SOUTH DAYTONA- 2/1
own land, NO rental
fees. Scrn porch, Car-
port, A/C, Very quiet &
private. 1072 Palm View.
One block from Reed Ca-
nal. $55K 904-824-9206 *
TITUSVILLE, 14x52',-,
55+ park, 8x20 work'
shop; laundry rm, 30gal
h/w/tank, Small back
porch, 8' greenhouse,
lot rent $235/mo incls.
W/S/G. $12,500.
321-268-2131,
Titusville, 2/2, '05 Beau-
tiful Dblwide w/Indian Riv-
er View, end lot, several
upgrades, all appliances,
$105K/neg. Family leav-
ing area. 712-299-3252
UNDER $3000 111
2 MOBILE HOMES each
2-br 55+ parks
EdgeWater &m south
daytona. 386-405-3259



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'lots with paved roads,
curb and gutter, electricity
and community water
system, up scale restau-
rant and club located
near by. $19,500.00 per
lot owner financing avail-
able. 912-427-7062 or
912-269-9349

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Conv. 1996, 59K orig.
mi., New factory paint
job, new top. Loaded,
New Tires, Cold A/C with
Automatic Transmission
$7,200. 321-848-2825



PONTIAC 2007 Solstice
convertible, red w/black


leather interior. Very low
mileage. $22,000/obo
772-692-3247 or cell.
772-359-0416



DONATE YOUR Car-
Help Disabled Children
with Camp and Educa-
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Non- Runners/Title Prob-
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GEORGIA LAND FOR
SALE 200ac on Lake
Sinclair, 245acres to
1550acres In Jones
County. Beautiful land in
Seat location and
HEAPI Tremendous
investment opportunity.
404-580-7870
LAND IS STILL THE
BEST INVESTMENT -
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stock market!
TEXAS & OLD MEXICO
Affordable Hunting &
Fishing Property.
100OAcres for $79,000
w/10%'down & no credit
check. All sizes available
up to 20,000 acres.
1-877-77-BIGLAND
(1-877-772-4452).


PORT ORANGE- 40+
community, pool gym rec
room, Jacuzzi library
2/1.5, w/d, near every-
thing, $95/wk. Rent to
own also 386-566-7239
SOUTH DAYTONA
Lake Front! Studio/Apt.,
Furn., Incls. all utils., ca-
ble TV & Internet.
$625/mo 386-316-2979


PORT ORANGE- 55+
community, 3/2 with car-
port, beautifully furnished.
Lare LR/DR & family rm.
Available April 1st.
$875/mo. 516-7.85-3236



DAYTONA -
Country *Club Condo-
Ibr/lba pool, 2nd floor,
new carpet $550/mo incl.
water,. pest control & ca-
ble. 386-299-1538
DAYTONA AFFORDA-
BLE Apts & Homes& in
Beachside Daytona.
Remodeled. Tile & hard-
wd firs. 1-2Br apts from
$300, 2-3Br homes from
$650-$750 Pets wel-
come! 386-248-3915
www.daytonaflproperty
management.com
DAYTONA BEACH -
Oceanfront, luxury condo.
12th floor in the Horizons
1420 N Atlantic Ave.
2br/2ba, pool, workout
room, sauna, year lease
$1100/mo. 419-351-1430


Daytona Beach Central
Manor Apts serving
adults 62+ or mobility
impaired.' lbr/lba. In-
come based rent. EOH,
Handicap accessible
386-255-2622 TTY
1-800-955-8771
DAYTONA BEACH His-
toric Dtwn. 1200 sq. ft.
furn modern lofts.
cable/int incl Seasonal/Yr
386-871-6971
DAYTONA BEACH
Shores, ocean view stu-
dio,furnished, cable/utill.
incl.$775/mob. plus dep
386-788-2749
Daytona Beach Shores-
Across from bch. Gated,
2br/2ba, in & outdoor
pools, gym, all amenities,
cable/water, W/D incl.
$1,095mo. 407-310-6991
DAYTONA BEACH-
Across From Beach -
Ibr $700/mo, Efficiency
$600/mo. Incl water, ca-
ble, pest control. Clean!
No pets. 386-295-4948
DAYTONA BEACH:
Lakefront view,' Gated
2/2 2nd fir, cathedral ceil-
ings, fl rm, water incl.
$950/mo .113 C Golden
Eye Dr. Avail 4/1
386-451-0374
DAYTONA BEACHSIDE-
1/1, Behind Bellair Plaza.
No pets. Water included
Central A/C. $500/mo.
386-673-088'1 / 447-5699
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Running or not $200 &
up. We pay cash 24-hrs.
Call 321-631-0111



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obo 772-519-2638
WANTED JAPANESE
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1972-1976, KZ1000
1976-1980), KZ1000R
1982-1983), Z1R,
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NC MOUNTAINS
Warm Winters/
Cool Summers.
NEWI E-Z to finish log
cabin shell w/loft & full
basement, includes
acreage. $99,900.
Ask about our mountain
& waterfront homesites
from $39,000-$99,000:
Financing Available!!
828-247-9966 (Code19)
NEAR ASHEVILLE
North Carolina Owner
Must Sell Log Cabin on
Large Creek Reduced to
$89,900, Easy to finish,
includes 3+ acres and
paved access.
828-286-1666. Broker.
Classified 386-322-5949


Daytona/Ormond Bch:
1&2br apartments. Beau-
tiful building. by the
beach. Starting at $640.
City Realty, Ditha Sander
386-767-5609
HOLLY HILL, Sq, Beau-
tiful 2br/2ba, fresh paint-
new carpet, pool Tennis,
Lndry, no smok. $675,
$325 dep 386-258-5420
HOLLY HILL- Newly ren-
ovated 3 bdrm, large lot,
great for kids & dogs.
ent $825/month Call
386-451-1367 / 677-9555

Unbelievable
NEW SMYRNA $495
Moves you in! Downtown!
Close to everything.
Small 2Br/1Ba apt,
C/H/A, gas fireplace.
Rent incl w/d, $549/mo.
Also Riverview 2Br/1Ba
Apt $615/mo
386-689-1243 i
NEW SMYRNA 2/1,
W/D, near restaurants &
stores. $710/mo + utilit-
ies. F/L/S 386-427-4009
or 386-847-2115




NEW SMYRNA Free
1st Months Rent. $595.
moyes you in! 2br, lba.
1200sf. $650. 3BR 2BA
1300sf. Bonus office area
$785. $595 dep. Great
location W/D hkup. Huge
closet, C/A/C water incid.
No dogs. 386-689-1243,
ORMOND BEACH -
Beachside. 2br/1.5ba.
Renovated, Porcelain tile.
Near beach. Incls cable.
No pets. $775/mo. 2nd
mo 1/2 off. 203-623-6026
PORT ORANGE pristine
riverfront beach side
dream, large 2/2/1 pet
free & laundry $1000/mo
water/cable 386-756-1312


PORT ORANGE- Large
2/2 Newly renrodeled,lncl
W/D hook-up. & cable.
Small pets OK. $700/mo
Call Patty 386-405-9887
SEBASTIAN- 3/2 apts:
Move in special Call
772-581-4440 *Income
Restrictions Apply*

WOW
VERO BEACH: Call for
specials Great 1br & 2br
from $500. Tile, New
appl. Close to Beaches,
Parks '& Restaurants.
772-563-0013


COCOA/PortStJohn
THANKS
HOMETOWN NEWSIII
We had many calls for
our rental & found the
right person to rent Itl
DP Rockledge
DAYTONA 158 Edwards
St. 2-br/1-ba Just
painted. Nice house for
rent or possible sale!
$650/mo 386-295-6294
Daytona. Beach
Beachside Chalet 1BR,
fully furn., newly decorat-
ed, fireplace, cath. ceil.,
No pets/non-smoker.
Central Location 1/2
block from beach.
$700/mo 386-253-5487
DAYTONA BEACH
renovated 4/2.5 carport,
FR. Inside laundry, W/D
hook-up. New apple &
carpet. fenced backyard
pond in back. $1,150/mo
1,150 sec 386-258-1313
EDGEWATER Bring
Your Boatl 2/1.5 on ca-
nal, completely remod-
eled. New kitch., carpet,
paint. Boat lift. No
dogs/smoking $775/mo
321-749-6199 ; 749-6198
NEW SMYRNA BEACH'
Sugar Mill Golf Course.
2/2/2, W/D. gated com-
munity with heated pool
access. $1150/mo FLS
386-441-5824.






YAMAHA V-STAR 2004
Custom. 6000 Miles.
Pearl White. 1 owner
$3500 Call 386-676-0186
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1990 BOUNDER 31'
Fleetwood Ford 460,
Onan 6.5 gen.,90K miles,
runs great. All new tires,
2 A/C's, double bed.
$7500/obo 954-253-4583



ELL
GB Pursuit, 35' '05, class
A, Ford V-10, dual slides,
18K/mi., many extras,
$51K/obo 804-994-3183


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Good Roads, Power,
Phone, 5 Acres $275/mo
to owner Credit Cards
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www. BillyLand.com
800-724-0551




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NORTH FLORIDA LAND
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1-800-754-4531


ATEFO


NEW SMYRNA, 2/1.5/2,
Charming older home,
Original Hard wood
floors, $850/mo + utilities.
Pets considered. Very
Clean! 407-248-9559




NEW SMYRNA
BEACHSIDE
839 25TH AVENUE
,2 Br, Carport, tiled
throughout, furnished,
close to beach
S $850/me
MINORCA CONDOS
Karpaihos 804- 3/2-
'$2,500/mo '1
Paros 506 3/2 -
.$2,300/rio
Salina 303 -4/3.5 -
$2.500/mo
Mallorca 604 2/2-
$1,800/mo
Karpathos 804 4/3 -
$2,200/mo
6871 S. ATLANTIC
SBeach front
Furnished 3/2
Ihe ultimate ocean home
$3,000/mo
DIAMOND HEAD
2/2, deep water boat slip,
tremendous water view.
pool, tennis
$1,400/mo

NEW SMYRNA
MAINLAND
618 MIDDLEBURY
LOOP
3/2 tiled throughout,
screened porch,
community pool
$1,200/mo
629 GLENDEVON
2/2 with loft, dpen plan,
fireplace
$800/mo
569 AOLIAN WAY
Brand new, 3/2,
community pool
-$1,200/moe

EDGEWATER
576 CORAL TRACE
3/2, garage, lots of while,
community pool, gated.
community.
$1,100/mo
3130 INDIAPALM
2/1, garage; fully
carpeted
$850/mo
113 YELCKA TERRACE
2/1, hardwood floors, Old
Florida Charm, garage
$850/mo





ORMOND BEACH This
is a steal! Rebuilt split
2/2/1-cg, fireplace, W/D
mod. kitch, FLA. rm, back
patio, front porch, Partially
urn. Beautifully fenced
back yd, Some pets OK.
$995/mo 386-677-3844
ORMOND BEACH- 55+
gated comm. Furn. 2/2,
carport, yard, LakeVlew!
pools, clubhouse & more
No pets. No smoking.
$850/mo. 386-673-2963
PORT ORANGE -
Cypress Head 3/2/2 Spa-
cIous, light, bright, lake-
front, separate family, liv-
ing, dining rooms, kitchen
nook, & breakfast bar &
screened lanai Coin.
pool, tennis & golf. 1192
iesta Key in gated sec-
tion $1250/mo. Bonnie
386-566-0420
CALL CLASSIFIED
and sell that boat
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Smyrna Beach. Stay a
week or longer. Plan a
beach wedding or family
reunion, www.nsbfla.com
1-800-541-9621



COCOA, Timeshare 2/2
Condo, Furnished, just
bring your toothbrush!
Week of 4/18-4/25. Call
for info. 330-470-0643'
BEST IN THE AREA!
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N.C Vacation Cabin 3/2,
Mountain Views, Hot
Tub,Game rm., near Blue
Ridge Pkwy. & Asheville.
$145/night. 321-508-4344
see photo' online
www.hometownnewsOL.
com ad #40910
NEW SMYRNA BEACH
2/2 home, biks to the
bch,all utilities, beautifully
decorated,clean.Avail 4/1
$1500/mo. 321-303-3068
NEW SMYRNA BEACH
Bouchelle Island 1/1
$900/mo Avail Now! Call
Susan Solon of Grace
Realty 386-235-4473
Call Classified
386-322-5949


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DAYTONA BEACHSIDE
2 family- 2 Bdrm / 3 Bdrm
steps to the ocean
$119,900. Estate Salel
219 S Grandview. Ave
, Call Shawn Matthews
RE/MAX All Pro Realty
386-295-1896


GEORGIA Washington
County, 4 acre Wooded
Homesites Only $19,000
Each! Paved Road. near
Milledgeville. Town &
Country Real Estate
1-800-741-5681
SMOKY MTNS, TN near
Gatlinburg. acres with
access to Douglas Lake
& gorgeous mtn views.
$58,000 financing avail.
Owner 1-865-621-0435
www.GoLandWorks.com
TENN PIGEON FORGE
3 rental Cabins for sale.
40 mile view. Investment
& rental program. See
papa,momma, baby bear,
at www.patriotgetaways.
com. All for $650,000, or
separate. 404-663-1615


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PONCE INLET Pool
home unfurn., dock on
deep water canal, 2 blks
to beach, $1795/mo. 404-
734-7880; 843-341-5999
PORT ORANGE -
Waters Edge 3/2/2 with
18" tile floors, upgraded
lighting, surround sound,
Open floor plan. A+
schools, walk to' park,
cildesac lot $1,300/mo.
Bonnie 386-566-0420
PORT ORANGE Very
clean dblewide spacious
3br/2ba, W/D hk-up in-
side, Ig scrn porch, car-
port. NSNP $750/mo 1 yr
lease. Lawn & pest incl.
F/L/S 386,767-0020


WOW
SOUTH DAYTONA-
Covington Forest 616
Aubry Lane. Very clean
3/2/2. Screened patio,
Wonderful neighborhood,
Close to schools.
$900/mo $1000 security.
No pets. Please call
386-314-6650
t SPRUCE CREEK
FLY-IN
Gated Comn.rn hdrm,.


NEW SMYRNA- Sun
Beach Club 2/2 furnish-
ed. Avail 4/1 $500/wk
min 2 wks. Call Susan
Solon of Grace Realty
386-235-4473
PONCE INLET 3/2 home
Just steps to bch, light-
house, rest., beautifully
furnished, avail 3/17.
$1850/mo. 321-303-3068
ST. AUGUSTINE BCH
Oceanview Condo fr $99
nite,$779/wk Oceanfront
house from $199 nite/
$1399 weekOceanfront
wedding $359 or Historic
Dist from $129/ nite Dis-
count Cruise from
$289pp. 904-825-1911
www.sunstatevacatlon.com

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ROADTREK '02 Poplar
190 Has everything
needs nothing. Price
drops $500 a wk till sold.
$23,000/obo
772-519-2638
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JEEP LIBERTY 2003 -
4x4, V6. Auto., PW/PL,
cruise, A/C, 'roof rack,
42K miles, excellent,
$8300. 321-264-9135


DODGE DAKOTA
Pick-up, '96, 4cyl. 5
Speed, A/C, 124k, Top-
per, Runs Good, $1500
386-307-4388




SPECIAL
25' CHRIS CRAFT
Tournament 74, designed
dive/fish, twin 220's,
rebuilt and trailer. $8500
Ray 772-229-1229

ULTIMATE
2750 HYDRO SPORT,
1995, Cuddy cabin, twin
200 Evinrudes, rigged &
ready to go! $16,500.
386-760-8641


WHEELCHAIR VAN -
1990 Dodge Caravan.
Ramp & hand brake, 46K
miles, Like newly $3150.
386-527-8876



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NEW SMYRNA BEACH.
unfurnished Beauty on
the lake. 3/2.5-ba W/D,
Large patio Cedar Dunes
$975/mo 386-428-7753
ORMOND BEACH-South
.40. 2bdrm/2ba/2 car gar,
Florida rm,. screened
porch, new carpet/tile,
private courtyard, $1000/
month. (386)679-0159 .



ORMOND BEACHSIDE-
furn lbr/.ba duplex apt.
ideal location, steps to
ocean. All new mod. furn,
carpet, tv, dishwasher,
Fla. rm, beau landscaped
large fenced yard. Must
see! $850/mo. short term
leases avail. Some pets
welcome 386-677-3844
PORT ORANGE, beach
side, bedroom +office,
boat/motorhome parking,
newly remodeled, w/d
$800/mo (water incl) pet
considered 386-212-8411


PORT ORANGE- 40+
comm, pool gym rec
room, Jacuzzi library
2/1.5, w/d, near every-
thing, $395/mo Rent to
own also 386-566-7239
SO DAYTONA 55+
MOBILE home park MH
1-br $450/mo and 1-br
furnished apt. Includes
utilities. $450/mo
386-405-3259







TITUSVILLE 1 Month
FREEI (*with this ad.)
Offices from 150-4000sf
Totally renovated w/view
of Cape Canaveral.. Co
Brokers welcome. Call
Miriam at 954-961-0500



OAK HILL 285 Sunrise
Ave. Recently built 3/2/2
block home, walk to river,
apple's, tile firsmany xtras
$217K/obo,rent $925/mo.
+deposit. 386-402-1917
S.Daytona- Pelican Bay
3 Ig bed, 2 bath, Ig kit,
scrn patio, alarm sys,
laundry rm, w/ W/D incls
water, cable, trash. Gated
comm. Lease or. lease to
buy! All new! Anytime
407-415-9285



ORMOND BEACH -
North US1, w/offc &bath
, 1,000sf $485 mo. similar
savings 6 on 1250sf.
386-451-4018/672-1276


2ba, double garage, new OAK HILL 2/1 mobile
carpet, on golf course, home, clean, quiet park,
$1,050/mo $1,400, Furn. $450/month plus deposit.
White Real Estate Eric 386-589-3358
386-689-4887 Eric 386-589-3358
PORT ORANGE 3/2 split
plan double wide, rent or
rent to own w/land in
small family park, fenced,
ORMOND BEACH- porch, 2 sheds $750/mo
Lovely 2-story townhouse +dep. 386-308-3790,
w/carport + 1, 1200+ 386-547-2069
Sq.ft., 2 MBR w/walk-in -
closets, 2.5ba & priv.
court yard, Fl rm, W/D,
Tile, carpet & Appliances PORT ORANGE Extra
2007. Lots of Storage clean 2/2 doublewide on
space. Great area, 25 private lot new paint
Fair Oaks $795/mo. + screened porch. W/D inc.
deposit. 954-937-3846 $750 mo. 386-761-3129

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