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Teacher remains on
house arrest

A former Volusia County
teacher, serving a year of
house arrest for having a
sexual relationship with
one of her students, faces a
new charge of violating the
conditions of probation,
but she remains at home
rather than in jail. Cynthia
Horvath was recently
arrested a second time after
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Ponce Inlet raises fees


By Jeanne Willard
Willard@hometownnewsol.com
PONCE INLET -
Residents who want to pull a
building permit, hold a special
event, apply for a boat slip or
remove a tree will have to dig
deeper into their pockets.
With few exceptions, fees for
pretty much everything that
requires a town permit, review or
inspection increased at least
one more than tripling in cost -
with the Town Council's recent
approval of a new fee schedule.
Town manager Kassandra Blis-
sett said fee increases were
prompted by the Council's con-
tinuing goal to identify alterna-


tive revenue sources. She noted
that most fees have not been
updated since 2001.
What's new is how the fees will
be calculated, which drew some
residents' ire.
"We took a look at what the
exact cost was to provide those
services to the user," Ms. Blissett
said.
Last year, officials commis-
sioned The Government Consult-
ing Services Company to conduct
a $12,500 fee analysis and rate
recommendation study.
Following the consultant's rec-
ommendations, fees are now tied
into what officials say is the actu-
al cost of town staff performing a
task.


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Garrison Devires, 3, of Port Orange enjoys a corndog
during the Port Orange Art Fest last Saturday. The week-
end was filled with live music, food, children's activities
and more than 150 artists exhibiting their work.


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with the town attorney and a por-
tion of the operating budget.
Officials took that figure and
divided it by the actual hours
available for fee processing and
the resulting figure was the full-


cost
hourly rate.
For example, an administrative
assistant's "fully loaded" hourly
cost was calculated to be $49.06.

See FEE, A4


Power battle continues


By Jeanne Willard
Willardahometownnewsol.com
SOU IH DAYTONA A
battle between city offi-
ciahl and Florida Power &
Light is heating up with an
amended lawsuit.
After a 30-year contract
expired last June, FPL offi-
cialk told the city that a
purchase option, previous-
ly available, would not be
included in the new agree-
ment.
When city officials
balked at signing this
option away, FPL threat-
ened to stop paying nearly
$750i.00i in franchise fees.
Thie city successfully
filed a lawsuit against FPL
to protect the franchise
fee.s \\hilii contract negoti-
atuons continued and offi-
cials r died the'feasibility
rot :cquiring FPL's electrical
infrastructure.
(.iry officials say they
asked -PL to provide a
value for the system more
than a year ago and have
received no response.
Now officials have
amended their lawsuit to


ask the court to determine
the value of FPL's system.
"South Daytona has
been very patient with FPL,
but it is now clear that the
company is simply trying
to stall," City manager Joe
Yarbrough said in a state-
ment released last week.
"FPL is trying to make the
.city's process to determine
whether to purchase the
electric system as painful
as possible."
Although value determi-
nation is defined in the
contract, FPL officials chal-
lenged the city's prelimi-
nary calculations.
A city-commissioned
feasibility study presented
at a February City Council
meeting outlined the
advantages of a municipal-
ity-owned utility, including
a faster response time,
potential rate savings and
keeping revenue in the city.
FPL officials, present at
that meeting, disputed
some of the consultant's
assumptions.
Contacted by e-mail, FPL
regional director Bob Cole-
man said that the utility


remains committed to
serving the city.
"We have provided the
residents of South Daytona
with reliable, affordable
electric service for more
than 80 years," Mr. Cole-
man said. "Our bills are
among the lowest in the
state and well below the
national average."
He cautioned that run-
ning an electrical utility is
not easy and only one city
in Florida -Winter Park -
has taken over its electrical
utility since the 1940s.
"Before the city consid-
ers purchasing the electri-
cal system from FPL," Mr.
Coleman said, "its officials
should give serious consid-
eration to the challenges of
effectively running an elec-
tric utility."
Winter Park city manag-
er Randy Knight said resi-
dents now pay the same
rates as were in effect with
Progress Energy prior to
the city's takeover.
He acknowledged signif-
icantly more upfront costs

See POWER, A2


South Daytona pursues green standards


By Jeanne Willard
Willard@hometownnewsol.com
SOUTH DAYTONA The
city's "green team" is going
for gold.
At last week's City Council
meeting, officials approved
a' resolution to pursue
measures to become a cer-
tified green government.
The designation, award-
ed through the Florida
Green Building Coalition,
recognizes municipalities
that promote and encour-
age environmentally-


friendly policies and proce-
dures.
Cities are awarded a sil-
ver, gold or platinum level,
depending on the number
of standards incorporated.
Officials are aiming for a
gold-level certification.
It's tough to qualify, said
city manager Joe
Yarbrough.
He held up a plastic water
bottle that will soon be his-
tory.
"You are not going to see
these around anymore," he


said.
The resolution formalizes
ongoing efforts and adopts
a mission statement, he
said.
Speaking after the meet-
ing, redevelopment director
Patty Rippey said the city
has already adopted meas-
ures such as passing tree
protection ordinances,
recycling car batteries,
using hybrid vehicles,
reclaimed water and auto-
matic light switches and
increasing public educa-


tion.
Future plans call for
encouraging green building
and development stan-
dards, she said.
Ms. Rippey and represen-
tatives from various city
departments comprise a
green team that coordi-
nates the city's sustainable
efforts.
Councilwoman Nancy
Long applauded the resolu-
tion.
"I'm thrilled," she said.
"It actually will save our


citizens and our city money.
More importantly, it's help-
ful for the environment."
In other business, Day-
tona Beach Commissioner
Richard Shiver asked South
Daytona officials for help in
finding employment for
homeless individuals who
are participating in an
innovative program to help
get them back on their feet.
Mr. Shriver, in partner-
ship with the Salvation
Army, created the Down-
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Healthy Beaches program


monitors water quality


By Jeanne Willard
Willard@hometownnewsol.com
Editor's note: This is the
second in an ongoing series
featuring services provided
by the Volusia County Health
Department.

VOLUSIA COUNTY-
Every Tuesday morning
Chip Schelble dons a T-shirt
and shorts and heads to the
beach.
But when he wades into
the water, the Volusia Coun-
ty Health Department's
environmental supervisor
isn't playing hooky he's
looking out for public safety.


On a recent morning, Mr.
Schelble scooped out two
samples of water along a
Daytona Beach Shores
beach, which will be exam-
ined for bacteria as part of
Florida's Healthy Beaches
program.
Begun in late 1990s, the
water sampling program
now includes 304 beaches in
Florida's 34 coastal counties
Done weekly, samples are
taken at various local beach
locations stretching from
Ormond Beach to New
Smyrna Beach, he said, with
lab results available in 24
hours.
"We are looking for two


types of bacteria that could
indicate the presence of
enteric pollution," Mr.
Schelble said.
Enteric refers to bacteria
from human sewage or ani-
mal waste, he said.
If the level is too high, a
beach advisory is issued, he
said, and signs are posted
warning swimmers to stay
out of the water.
The bacteria, which can
be ingested while swimming
or enter the skin through a
cut, can cause human dis-
ease.
"We recommend against


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proud Volusia County Beach Patrol Officer Emily Hall of Ormond Beach. Ms. Hall
helped in the rescue efforts of Oz after the green sea turtle became entangled in fisher-
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town Streets Team program
in January.
The concept is not a city-
sponsored program, he said,
but an innovative concept
modeled on a successful
project in Palo Alto, Calif.
Individuals, who want to
get off the streets, are
offered housing and meals
in exchange for work clean-
ing Daytona Beach parks,
sidewalks and parking lots,
he said.
But that's just the first
step.
Job interview training and
computer skills are provided
to help them get a job.
"Our real goal is to put
them in a position where
they are hirable," Mr. Shriver
said. "They just want an


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than anticipated, but
believes the decision will be
in the residents' best inter-
est in the long run.
"The infrastructure was in
worse shape than we antici-
pated," he said.
In a related matter, after


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swimming," he said, "until
the area is re-sampled and
numbers come back down."
This time, lab results indi-
cated no problems.
The Shores location was
under an advisory for two to
three weeks earlier in the
year, he said.
But not because of
stormwater runoff or
sewage, he said.
Like the two-legged snow-
birds who flock to the area
every winter, the feathered
kind also gravitate to the
World's Most Famous beach.
"During the winter, there
are thousands upon thou-
sands of migratory birds.
They,,flock mostly in this
area," he said.
"Sometimes you'll drive
down the beach and it will
just be literally covered."
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part of society again."
Once hired, he said, they
have 90 days to find a place
to live.
"These are not your
chronic homeless people,"
Mr. Shriver said. "These are
people, like a lot of people,
who are one disaster away
from being on the streets."
Although the 12 people
currently in the program are
from Daytona Beach, Mr.
Shriver said any program
that reduces homelessness
benefits the community as a
whole.
He's asking neighboring
cities and businesses to con-
sider them for job openings.
Acknowledging the tight
job market, Mr. Shiver said
he hopes program partici-
pants will be given serious
consideration when a posi-
tion is available.


FPL applied to the Florida
Public Service Commission
for a rate increase in March,
the city's appointed special
counsel, Brian Armstrong
petitioned to intervene in
those increases.
"When customers are los-
ing jobs and seeing their
paychecks cut, and the city
is facing unprecedented
cuts in the revenue it needs


"Jobs are hard to come
by," he said. "We understand
that, but at least take a look
at these guys."
City manager Joe
Yarbrough said there may be
opportunities for the partic-
ipants to work on city proj-
ects and said he will meet
with Mr. Shriver to discuss it
further.
City officials also author-
ized an application for fund-
ing under the Edward Byrne
Memorial Justice Assistance
Grant, or JAG, to acquire
and update camera surveil-
lance systems.
The $16,346 grant will be
used to provide surveillance
for James Park, Big Tree Park
and the police department.
JAG funds can be used for
programs, training and
equipment that enhance
law enforcement, officials
said.


to pay FPL electric bills, it is
difficult to understand how
a mammoth utility can
demand such excessive
profits for its shareholders,"
Mr. Armstrong said in a
recent written statement.
Mr. Yarbrough said that
increases such as those pro-
posed by FPL will influence
the city's decision to pur-
chase the utility.


The animal waste contaminates the
water, but when the birds move on,
the water sample results reflect that. In
general, water quality along Volusia
County is pretty good.


the water sample results
reflect that.
In general, water quality
along Volusia County beach-
es is pretty good, he said,
because there are no off-
shore sewage discharges
and stormwater drains to
the river.
He gestured to the wide
expanse of sandy beach.
"Look at what a natural,
big, beautiful sand filter we
have here," he said.
Bob Vincent, Florida
Department of flealth envi-
ronmental administrator,
said the water sampling pro-
gram has helped identify
sewage and stormwater pol-
lution sources 'along Flori-
da's coastline, pinpointing
where infrastructure repair
was needed.
Yearly EPA funding of
$500,000 pays for lab testing
and staff, he said, providing
a good value for covering
most of the state's 1,000-
mile coastline.
"We don't spend all that
much, when you consider


how many people visit the
beach," Mr. Vincent said.
Residents can look up test
results for their favorite
beach on the Department of
Health Web site.
Type in "Florida Healthy
Beaches" into your browser
or go to:
http:/ /esetappsdoh.doh.s
tate.fl.us/irm00beachwa-
ter/default.aspx and click
on the map for beaches you
want to check.
Meanwhile, although Mr.
" Schelble enjoys his time on
the beach, he said water
sampling is only a small part
of what the Health Depart-
ment does to protect the
public.
Environmental health is
charged with public safety
in connection with more
than a dozen programs
ranging from inspecting
public swimming pools,
ensuring food hygiene,
monitoring onsite sewer
treatment and disposal and
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reflects on first 100


days in office
By Jamye Durrance ployment rate being at an
Durrance@hometownnewsol.com all-time high. But we've
been working really hard in
NEW SMYRNA BEACH Washington to do the right
Sometimes it is hard to thing to get a short-term
know whether to address economic recovery through
Representative Suzanne the American Recovery and
Kosmas as "Congressper- Reinvestment Act and at the
son" or "Congresswoman." same time staying focused
Luckily, Ms. Kosmas' on the long-term goals, the
grandchildren have come same ones I was committed
up with the perfect solution to during the campaign."
for her: "Congress Grammy." Ms. Kosmas said she is
Sitting inside a New Smyr- "absolutely hopeful" that
na Beach coffeehouse dur- the economic stimulus plan
ing the recent congressional will help turn things around
recess, Ms. Kosmas, 65, for Americans.
laughed when recalling the But even with small signs
name, but said she loves the of an economic turnaround
moniker, popping up, Ms. Kosmas
"It puts it all in perspec- knows her work is not done.
tive," she said. "After all it is She is currently serving on
about the next generations. the House Committee on
Despite the economic crisis, Financial Services, which is
(we should push for) the focusing on stabilizing the
advancement of positive banking system for the long
things for the next genera- term.
tions." "We're finding ways to
Ms. Kosmas, who repre- ensure the taxpayers are
sents parts of Volusia, protected by providing
" Orange, Brevard and. Semi- additional oversight so we
nole counties in the United don't find ourselves in this
States House of Representa- kind of crisis again," she
tives, recently marked her said. "Being on that com-
first 100 days in Washington, mittee has been enlighten-
D.C. ing and rewarding."
"It's been great," Ms. Kos- Other big issues for Ms.
mas said. "It's very exciting Kosmas include healthcare,
and very exhilarating. I'm education, alternate energy
very honored." and supporting NASA.
Ms. Kosmas, a Democrat, While serving on the
defeated Republican Tom House Committee on Sci-
Feeney in November (she ence and Technology, Ms.
captured 61 percent of the Kosmas has been pushing to
votes inVolusia County). close the five-year gap in
After that, it was a whirl- space flight programs at
,wind of activity, including NASA in order to save thou-
witnessing President Barack sands of jobs.
Obama's historic inaugura- "I've been working hard
tion in person, to have people in a broader
But, after all the pomp scope recognize the signifi-
and celebration, it was time chance of NASA and manned
for the New Smyrna Beach space flight by pointing out
resident to get down to busi- the valuable opportunities
ness. we have in science and tech-
"Obviously the times are nology in the economy and
very challenging," Ms. Kos- the international world,"
mas said. "Florida has been she said. "It's something that
particularly hit, hard with I am deepjy committed to."
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Congresswoman Suzanne Kosmas greets a constituent
during an event in Ponce Inlet last month.


supported or sponsored
bills that improve children's
healthcare, provide funding
for a veteran's hospital, pro-
vide tax cuts for small busi-
ness owners, and reduce
healthcare costs for the self-
employed. She also cospon-
sored a bill blocking the
annual Congressional pay
raise.
"I think when people are
in the financial situation
that our constituents are in
right now, it's very impor-
tant for us to set an example
that we aren't above it. We
are making do with less,"
she said. "We are working on
a bipartisan way to make
that long-term."
Before jumping into the
national arena, Ms. Kosmas
served four terms in the
Florida House of Represen-
tatives before being term-
limited.
The switch hasn't been too
difficult, she said.
- "I think one of the most
interesting and pleasantly
surprising things tlaftlhave
found is that the senior


members from both sides
of the aisle are extremely
open, helpful and willing to
try to work with you," she
said. "And that's a very good
thing. There's a good sense
of collegiality."
During her campaign
kick- off speech in June, Ms.
Kosmas said her father did-
n't want her going into poli-
tics because it was "dirty rot -
ten business."
Ms. Kosmas is confident
that might be changing.
"I believe people, in good
faith, are attempting to do
what's best for the country,"
she said. "I might vehe-
mently disagree with their
perspectives, but I believe
that this administration and
leadership are dedicated to
bringing back the faith in
the process in Washington. I
believe my dad would be
proud of my effort to be a
part of that process."
New Smyrna Beach is still
home for Ms. Kosmas, who
has lived here since 1973.


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From page Al
The estimated time for
processing an application
was determined to be 80
minutes.
Multiplying $49.06 times
80' minutes establishes a
rounded $60 base applica-


tion processing fee, replac-
ing the existing $30 fee.
Resident Don Rominik
said the method adopted
by the town essentially
doubles what residents are
paying.
While he supports
impact fees for services
that adversely impact
resources or infrastruc-


ture, he does not support
additional fees for what he
says is the employee's job.
"That individual per-
forms those functions on
behalf of the town as an
employee. (The employee)
is already being paid to
perform those functions,"
Mr. Rominik said. "What
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that we are going to
impose these fees on
everything the citizens
require. Everything. I don't
think that's fair at all."
Simone Johnson, repre-
senting the Front Street
businesses, was unhappy
with newly imposed boat
slip allocation fees.
"I'm going to be a little
blunt here, but this is
extortion," Ms. Johnson
said. "This is continued
government growth on the
backs of businesses, pri-
vate enterprise and private
citizens."
Fees for a commercial
boat slip allocation are
$700 plus a $6,000 final
development review fee.
A new fee of $400 will be
charged to convert a wet


"I'm going to be a little blunt here, but this is
extortion. This is continued government growth
on the backs of businesses, private enterprise
and private citizens."



Simone Johnson
Representing the Front Street businesses


slip into a dry slip.
Converting slips to dry
storage is something the
town should be encourag-
ing, she said.
"The manatee protec-
tion plan promotes and
says that a dry slip is better
for the manatees," she
said, "So why are we charg-
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wet to dry slips?
Leslie O'Shaughnessy,
who owns a small "mom
and pop" real estate com-
pany said the $250 annual
sign permit is a burden on
small businesses.
"This is an exorbitant
fee," she said.
Individual homeowners
who list their home for sale
must also pay $50 for a real
estate sign permit.
Newly established fees
include $300 for coastal
construction review, $400
to $700 for boat slip alloca-
tions, $100 residential
landscape plan inspec-
tions and $675 for nomina-
tion of historic landmarks
and sites.
A zoning. variance
request went from $250 to
$900 and a special exemp-
tion more than doubled,
from $1,000 to $2,200.
Not every fee increased.
Aref Joulani, director of
planning and development
said after the meeting that
several of the development
review fees have been
reduced.
A $5,000 advance to be
held in escrow for develop-
ment review applications
is no longer required, and
has been replaced by fixed
fees, he said.
Councilwoman Barbara
Davis said increases were
necessary.
"It's just adjusting and
bringing current the fees
that are currently
charged," Ms. Davis said. "I
don't see this as extortion."
Mayor Tony Goudie
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Utility Web site is
temporarily down

The Ponce Inlet utility bill
payment Web site is out-of-
service.
This is due to a software
upgrade.
It is expected to be up and
running by April 30. -This
does not affect those who are
signed-up for auto-pay.
Customer's may call the
utility billing department at
'(386) 236-2151 and make a
credit card payment by
phone.

Lighthouse day
announced

Governor Charlie Crist has
proclaimed April 25 Florida
Lighthouse -Day, and it's
cause to celebrate at the
Ponce Inlet Lighthouse, 4931
S. Peninsula Drive.
There will be family orient-
ed activities and exhibits to
view including the latest
"The Keeper's Office," an
early 20th century office used
by lighthouse keepers.
Admission is $5 for adults
and $1.50 for children 11
years and younger.
The. lighthouse museum
and grounds are open daily
from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
For more information, call
(386) 761-1821, or visit online
at www.ponceinlet.org.

Learn about
lighthouses

The Friends of the Port
Orange Regional Library
will present a program on
the Ponce Inlet lighthouse at
2 p.m., Wednesday, April 29,
at 1005 City Center Circle.
John Mann of the Ponce
DeLeon Lighthouse Preser-
vation Society will be the
speaker.
There will be photos, slides
and a discussion on the light-
house and other beautiful
structures.
For more information, call
(386) 322-5152.


Bird watching
opportunity
available

The Halifax River Audubon
Society will holda free bird
watching trip at 5 p.m., Sat-
urday, April 26, at the Dun-
lawton Bridge, Port Orange.
Participants should meet
under the bridge.
No walking required.
For more information, call
(386)253-2150.

Spring Fling planned

A free Spring Fling will be
held from noon to 4 p.m.,
Sunday, April 26, at Dunlaw-
ton Sugar Mill Gardens, 950
Old Sugar Mill Road, Port
Orange.
Artists, crafters and, pho-
tographers will exhibit their
work.
Music will be provided by
Silver Sands band.
Donations are appreciat-
ed.
For more information, call
(386) 767-0996.

Cemetery meeting
planned

There will be a meeting
about Woodland Cemetery
in Port Orange at 6 p.m.,
Monday, April 27, at 316
Church St.
For more information,
call (386) 760-1457.

Ice cream social,
raffle, bake sale

The Garden Club of
Ponce Inlet is having its
annual ice cream social
"Family Circus" from 1 to 4
p.m., Sunday, April 26, at
the Community Center,
4670 South Peninsula
Drive.
This is an annual
fundraiser to support the
club's scholarship fund.i
The price is $2.50 per
person and includes out-
side activities such as face
painting, a moonwalk and


shower tank.
Ice cream and a variety of
homemade cake choices
will be served. Also, there
will be a bake sale with
many homemade goodies
for purchase. Many raffle
prizes will be awarded to
attendees.
For more information,
call (386) 788-8830.

Meet the raptors at
Marine Science
Center

Join the Marine Science
Center staff for the oppor-
tunity to meet the new col-
lection of raptors at 1 p.m.
Saturday, April 25. Registra-
tion is required.
Also join the MSC staff
for a hike along the Light-
house Point Park dune walk
ecosystem and learn all
about the plants and ani-
mals that inhabit it. Reser-
vations are required. For
more information, call
(386) 304-5545. Meet at
the Lighthouse Point Park
main pavilion. The pro-
gram is free with park
admission of $3.50 per
vehicle.
This citizen science
series of programs allows
the public to assist in ongo-
ing work discovering more
about the animals and
plants that call Volusia
County home.
Fish sampling in Ponce
de Leon Inlet will be held at
10 a.m. Wednesday, April
29:
Participants should meet
at the MSC at 10 a.m. Cost
-is $15 per person.
The MSC is located at 100
Lighthouse Drive, Ponce
Inlet. It is open
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Tuesday through Saturday
and noon to 4 p.m. Sunday.
Admission is $4 for sen-
iors, $5 for adults, $2 for
children 3 to 12 and free for
children younger than 3.
For more -information,
call (386) 304-5545.


Community notes


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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

*Austin Robert Rand, 20; of
3748 Long Grove Lane, Port
Orange, was arrested April 10
on charges of dealing in stolen
property. Bail was set at
$3,500.
*Michele Lee Carey, 36, of
5684 Riverside Drive, No. B,
Port Orange, was arrested
April 11 on charges of posses-
sion of a scheduled IV sub-
stance. Bail was set at $1,000.
*Leslie Robertson, 53, of
1308 Alcom Road, Port
Orange, was arrested April 11
on charges of possession of
Lunestra. Bail was set at
$2,500.
*Jerry DeLano Conley, 51, of
3818 Calliope Ave., Port
Orange, was arrested April 13
on charges of battery (second
offense domestic violence).
Bail was not set.
*Isaac James Andrews, 21,
of 3655 Nantucket Drive, No.
106, Port Orange, was arrested
April 15 on charges of robbery
with a firearm, grand theft
and possession of crack
cocaine. Bailwas seat 50,500.
*Dean A Desnoyers, 46, of
3460 Country Walk Drive, was
arrested April 16 on charges of
batter on a law enforcement
officer. Bail was set at $5,500.

Volusia County
Sheriff's Office

*Shaneeka Latoya Hood, 24,
of 1900 S. Palmetto Ave., No. 4,
South Daytona, was arrested
April 11 on charges of unlaw-
ful possession of cocaine, pos-
session of cocaine with intent
and felone in possession of a
firearm. Bail was set at
$33,000.-
*David Edwin Brown, 39, of
141 S. Oleander Ave., No. 3,
Daytona Beach, was arrested


on April 11 on charges of deal-
ing in stolen property. Bail
was set at $2,500.
-Ronald Williams, 42, of
1030 Fourth St., Daytona
Beach, was arrested April 13
on charges of burglary of con-
veyance and attempted bur-
glary of a conveyance. Bail
was set at $3,250.
*Nicholas Kane Racel, 19, of


Willard Joseph Garland

whether he's still in posses-
sion of the truck. Garland
is 5 feet 8 inches and
weights about. 180 pounds
and sometimes wears
glasses. He has brown,
balding hair and blue eyes.
If you see Garland or know
where he is, don't attempt
to apprehend him.
Anyone with informa-
tion regarding Garland's
whereabouts is asked to
call Crime Stoppers toll-
free at (888) 277-TIPS. You
can also Text your tip by
texting "TIP231 plus your
message" to CRIMES. Any-
one who provides infor-
mation to Crime Stoppers
will remain anonymous
and can 'qualify for a
reward of up to $1,000.


100 Highlands Drive, Port
Orange, was arrested April 14
on charges of robbery and
grand theft. Bail was not set.
, *Donald R. Balkham, 46, of
2096 Swan Drive, Port Orange,
was arrested April 15 on
charges of illegal use ofa cred-
it card and unarmed burglary
of a unoccupied dwelling. Bail
was set at $8,000.


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Wanted person:
Willard Joseph Garland
Alias: Billy Collins
Birth Date:
March 12, 1967
Reason wanted:
Driving with suspended
license; giving a false
name.
Last know location:
Linda Avenue, Ormond
Beach Distinguishing
Features: Scar on
foreheada
Crime Stoppers of
Northeast Florida is seek-
ing information on the
whereabouts of Willard
Joseph Garland, 42. While
Garland has lived in Sat-
suma and Bunnell, he was
last seen in the area of
Linda Avenue in Ormond
Beach scamming money
from residents while using
the name Billy Collins.
Garland has an open
warrant charging him with
failure to show up in court
on charges of driving with
a suspended license and
giving a false name upon
arrest. He drives a black
Chevrolet S-10 pickup
truck with a white hood
and red flames on the side,
although it's not known


(888) 277-TIPS


Wanted


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Does no mean no?

I guess when it comes to voting on the future of Seabirc
Island, no doesn't mean no. How many times will the devel
oper try to ram this ecological disaster-in-waiting down the
.throat of Port Orange.

Armed guards needed on ships

It seems to us that it would behoove the ship owners to
hire armed security guards for their cargo ships.
It would save them a lot of worry about pirating. It would
save money and lives in the long run.
Their multi-millions of dollars in ships and cargo woulc
be safe, substantiating the cost of
of having armed security guards.

We need beach tolls

I have just finished reading how the powers that be are
thinking of cutting out the $5 fee for driving on the
beach.
Has anyone with half an ounce of brains bothered to
look all the way into that? First, let's just stop and think.
You take away the tollbooths, and people will be driving
onto the beach with their dogs, alcohol and other items
that are not allowed orn the beach.
The Beach Patrol will have to hire more officers, which
will cost more money to help maintain the beach.
Not only will they have to continue to do the many
tasks they are expected to do now, but they will also have
to be in charge of closing all the gates when the tide is
high.
The\ will have to be writing more tickets for people
who don't abide by the rules. I
This means that because they will be doing the jobs
that the tollbooth operators used to do, they aren't going
to be as available for what they are really out there for.
Hey, that's okay, lets just save people $5 a day or $20 a
year. Igs worrh i.'rinht?
Now continue to tell yourself that when New Smyrna
Beach has to raise its taxes to cover the costs that the
tollbooths used to cover.
How will the citizens of New Smyrna Beach feel having
to foot the bill for all the reckless people who come to
the beach?
There is also the fact that once the beach is full of cars,
the Beach Patrol will now have to police 'all the cars that
are.continuing to come onto the beach.
People may not realize how valuable the tollbooths
and their operators are, but you should take the time. In
case you can't see that, let me point some things out to
you.
When a tollbooth operator sees someone entering the
beach with a cooler full of beer, they contact beach
patrol.
Before you encourage this-to happen, stop and think
about just what you will be losing to save yourself that
$5 a day or $20 a year. Then once you pass this, don't
complain.

In response to
"Keep the dogs, ban the people'

My guess is that this comes from a transplant. I am the
fourth generation in this area.
This used to be a sleepy little beach town where families
came for summer vacation.
Dogs and horses were allowed on the beach. No one com-
plained. Now with all of the transplants, not only can we not
take our dogs to the beach, but Ormond Beach has no dog
parks.
Orlando, Jacksonville,.West Palm, all have beautiful dog
parks it shows class. The pet industry in this country is
one of the largest, and our county representatives cannot
provide for dog owners and nowhere to go?
There are miles of beach here, there is no reason that a
mile of our beach cannot be dedicated to allowing our dogs
to run leash free.

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People leave more garbage on our beach than any dog
could. Their feces is biodegradable. It would wash out to sea
(for those who are too lazy to pick up after their pets). What-
ever happened to compromise? Let us have before 9. a.m.
and after 5 p.m. to take our dogs to the beach: What do
these people think about the county closing off certain sec-
tions of the beach due to the high bacteria levels? Do they
actually think the ocean can be cordoned off like that? That
is due to humans not dogs.
Ormond Beach can.spend all that money redoing the
Casements Park, but we cannot have somewhere close to
take our dogs. Is there an answer out there?

Car stereo noise is a problem

This is apparently a nationwide issue that is being
addressed and aggressively handled in other states, but
not here.
The very people paid to do a job are not stopping the
car stereo noise situation on Nova Road in Daytona
Beach.
t Laws are being broken that are serious in many ways.
Property values, physical and emotional health are all
3 negatively affected.
It is a hazard to other drivers on the road and to emer-
gency vehicles.
The police need to take this seriously and ticket these
people, or take away their licenses to drive.

Town meetings are like a broken record.

Every couple of years, the city councils and "business
community," led by ineffective business leaders and the
Chamber of Commerce, go through the same motions of.
talking about the needs of the community.
Most recently, they held their little do-nothing, feel-'
good sessions to talk about the need for more roads, and
how to get people to conserve water because there will
soon be a water shortage.
Doesn't anyone out there realize that all these prob-
lems come about because the misinformed city councils
in all these towns try to build at any cost?
The way to stop traffic, crime, road issues, school
issues and water shortages is to stop building the heck
out of every vacant piece of land on this planet.
Some people do waste precious resources such as
water, but that waste is minimal compared to the poten-
tial usage that will be required by the influx of 50,000
new residents in the New Smyrna Beach/Edgewater area
that is projected during the. next 10 years due to huge
mega developments such as Venetian Bay and Restora-
tion.
The way out of this problem is not to continue doing
the same thing that got us into this mess in the first
place, which is build-build-build.

People should be paying taxes

I know with the economic situation the United States is
in, a lot of people are in need of state assistance. I also know
of people that are working under the table and drawing food
stamps, which the taxpayers pay for.
I believe there should be a phone number you could call
to file fraud complaints against these people.
I've tried a couple of times and got no response.
As a taxpayer, I know some people that are committing
these frauds. If there's anyone who can give me information
on who to contact on this matter, it would be deeply appre-
ciated.

Drivers need to slow down

For all those of you who regularly travel Riverside Drive in
New Smyrna Beach and Edgewater, I am sure you are aware
of the problem with people going more than the posted
speed limit of 25 mph.
I am not talking about the people that may go over a bit
and drive considerate of others.. I am talking about the peo-
ple who constantly travel Riverside Drive at 35 mph and
above.


I think that the Edgewater Police department needs to
take extra notice of this. I see the police every now and then
on Riverside Drive taking radar and occasionally pulling a
motorist or two over, but I believe that the police depart-
ment needs to step up their enforcement of speeding on
Riverside Drive and on U.S. Highway 1.
They need to enforce the law that they represent no
warnings, no mercy. I live right off Riverside Drive and
watch these speeders go by day after day, 35,45, 50+ mph on
this road.
If the Edgewater Police wanted to, they could easily write
at least 100 tickets for speeding a day on Riverside Drive
alone, and well over 20 tickets a day per officer just on U.S.
Highway 1 daily, all for speeding and careless driving, not to
mention what their investigations might furtheruncover at .
eackhstop.
I know this rant is sure to. make some of you speeders,
unlicensed/uninsured drivers angry, but remember you do
not own the road, you are not the only person on the road,
drive respectfully with the law in mind, be respectful of it
and of other motorists, and don't think you are special and
above the laws of the land, or you deserve the tickets you
get, and the punishment therein.

In response to
"Vehicle inspections could raise money'

First of all, Florida is in no more "a terrible state of
affairs" than any other state. They all complain about
not having enough "money for this or that." It's always
been this way. It's just that now, with the economy the
way it is, there's just more complaints about money.
There's not enough money for road repairs and city
budgets, etc.
What I want to know is, where are our tax dollars
going? That's where the money is supposed to be com-
ing from for all the road repairs and city budgets, etc.
Secondly, our schools aren't anymore "terrible" than
any other state. They all have their good and bad points.
They all have their good and bad teachers, good and bad
students, they're all having budget cuts and. lay-offs. The
' ratio of students per teacher, in all states, is outrageous.
Where's our tax money for schools going?
As a matter of fact, when they first started talking
about bringing the lottery to Florida, it was to help the
school system, monetarily. What happened to that
money?
As for the vehicle inspections, Florida did have them,
years ago. But they were a pain, and it did no good.
People learned how to beat the system, like they
always do. They would borrow good tires, to pass
inspection, or temporarily "fix" a problem until after
inspection, then the problem would return, but they
knew they had another year before they had to worry
about it.
So, it was a big waste of time, there were still unsafe
vehicles on the roads, and there was still the cry of not
enough money for this or that.
My suggestion is, if you want your vehicle inspected
yearly, go live in one of those states that still do that.

Looking for help with skin disease

If there's any doctor in this area that knows anything
about Morgellons Disease, I'm in deep need of help and
would appreciate any assistance anyone can give me with
this problem I have.
I know a lot of doctors or dermatologists aren't aware of
this disease, although it's a problem all over the world, yet
here in the United States, the three prevalent states with this
disease are Florida, Texas, and California.
Morgellons Disease attacks the mind and body, inside
and out, and there's no cure for it, however there are things
that can be done to help alleviate some of the symptoms,
temporarily.
I've had this disease for approximately 20 years or more,
and can't find any help in this area, on the East Coast.
If there's a doctor out there in this area familiar with
Morgellons Disease, I would deeply appreciate a response
to this article.


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Students fight cancer in Relay for Life


'Relay' officials
aim for $68,000
By Bill Borden
For Hometown News

Spruce Creek and Atlantic.
High students are rivals
when it comes to sports but,
for those participating with
their teams in the American
Cancer Society's Port
Orange "Relay for Life," the
rival is cancer.
"We really haven't worked
to promote a rivalry because
we are just looking to do the
best we can to fund-raise for
the cause," said Brent Rohol,
faculty advisor at Spruce
Creek High School.
The American Cancer
Society expects 39 teams of
volunteers to participate in
the event this year.
. "Two of those teams will
be made up of students
from Spruce -Creek and
Atlantic High Schools," said
Jamie Anderson, communi-
ty representative for the
American Cancer Society in
Volusia and Flagler counties.
"We had over 110 cancer
survivors participate in our


event last year."
The American Cancer
Society will hold its seventh
annual Port Orange "Relay
For Life" fundraising event
at the City Center Complex
on May 1 and 2. Opening
ceremonies will begin at
5:30 p.m. with a ceremonial
first lap walk by local cancer
survivors in celebration of
their winning the fight
against cancer. The event
will. conclude at 8 a.m. the
next morning.
Representatives of each
team will take over after the
first lap, and the team mem-
bers will take turns walking
all .night as part of the
fundraiser. The events are
held at night because "Can-
cer Never Sleeps." "Our goal
with this year's event is to
raise $68,000 to be used to
help cancer patients with
their expenses," Ms. Ander-
son said. "Each team mem-
ber is encouraged to raise at
least $100 with his or her
participation."
The teams work through-
out the year to raise money
for the American Cancer
Society and conclude each
year's fundraising efforts
with the "Relay For Life."


While the Cancer Society
expects at least 39 teams to
participate in the Port
Orange event this year, they
would like to have more.
"Our team is working
harder to replace the lost
corporate revenue with
more individual donations,"
Mr. Rohol said.
Money collected from the
Port Orange "Relay For Life"
event will stay in the com-
munity and be used in the
Volusia and Flagler area to
assist cancer patients in
their battle with the disease.
The funds can be used to
help patients and their fami-
lies pay for the expenses
incurred during treatment,
including transportation,
lodging and any prosthetics
needed. The Society oper-
ates the "Hope Lodge" pro-
gram, where patients and
their families can stay dur-
ing treatment and recovery.
The "Relay for Life"
overnight walk is just one
activity the teams partici-
pate in to meet their
fundraising goals. The
teams will also set up booths
at the Relay and offer a vari-
ety of activities and enter-
tainment for the public to


come out and enjoy. Activi-
ties will vary from raffles
and games that award prizes
to public participation in
arts and crafts projects.
Teams will also be offering
refreshments for sale.
The American Cancer
Society holds 13 relay events
in Volusia and Flagler coun-
ties each year. Volunteers
are needed to help make
these relays succeed in the
fight against cancer.
"It is a far-reaching pro-
gram that needs many vol-
unteers and more teams for
it to be successful," Ms.
Anderson said.
There will also be a "Port
Orange West" Relay that will
be held May 29 30 at New
Hope Baptist Church, locat-
ed at 1675 Taylor Road. The
Port Orange West event was
originally scheduled to be
held April 17-18, but was
delayed to allow for more
planning time.
Community members who
want to join in the fight
against cancer or donate can
contact Ms. Anderson (386)
274-3274 Ext. 5855 or con-
tact her via e-mail at Jamie-
anderson2@cancer.org.


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Port Orange police got
information from a con-
cerned parent that Horvath
was talking to underage
boys on Facebook, while on
home confinement. After
getting that information, an
officer, posing as a 16-year-
old boy, engaged Horvath in
a conversation. Her attor-
ney, Aaron Delgado said his
client didn't realize she
could not be on the Internet
and only briefly responded
to the undercover officer
because she thought the
writer might be her
estranged teenage son. She
was being held without
bond, but at a recent
hearing, Judge J. David
Walsh agreed to return
Horvath to house arrest
pending a hearing on the
violation set for next month.
Horvath has strict directions
to stay away from the
Internet and anyone under
the age of 18 years old.
Horvath pleaded no contest
to having sex with a student
while she was a teacher at
Warner Christian Academy
in South Daytona.

Hotel flooded
after prank


Spring break pranksters
are being blamed for
flooding a resort condo-
minium complex in Day-
tona Beach Shores. The
flooding forced the city to
declare the building unsafe
and sent nearly a dozen
guests and residents to the
Red Cross for food and
shelter. A clerk at the
Castaways Beach Resort on
South Atlantic Avenue said
four young men ripped one
of the emergency sprinkler
heads off the wall and
flooded the fourth floor on
down. Guests were forced


out and the Red Cross
stepped in to provide those
in need with a place to sleep
and meals. The resort called
in an army of workers to
begin the tedious process of
drying the building out.

Robber arrested

Port Orange police said
they arrested a man who
robbed a Subway Restau-
rant and a dry-cleaning
store. The victims identified
Isaac Andrews, 21, in a
photo lineup after police
arrested him for driving
without a license and
possession of crack cocaine.
The Blue Ribbon Cleaners
on Clyde Morris Boulevard
was robbed April 6 when
police said a gunman stole
money from the cash
register and jewelry belong-
ing to an employee. A
Subway Restaurant was hit
six days later when an
armed man jumped over
the counter and held up the
employee working alone at
the business on Clyde
Morris. Police are certain
Andrews is the suspect in
both armed robberies.

City joins lawsuit
over rate increase

The city of South Daytona
has joined in a lawsuit
challenging Florida Power
and Light's petition for a
rate increase. Florida Power
and Light is asking the state
public service commission
for the 20 percent hike, but
leaders in the small city said
in today's tough times, that's
just too much. South
Daytona is also suing the
power giant to learn the
value of its distribution
system. The city is consider-
ing opting out of a franchise
agreement with FP&L and
operating its own utility.

Woman drives into
her kitchen

Edgewater fire and rescue
personnel helped out a local
homeowner after she
accidentally pulled into her
kitchen rather than the


garage. Authorities said the
woman got distracted as she
drove the car into the garage
at a home on Pine Tree
Drive and accidentally
stepped on the accelerator
rather than the break. She
slammed through the
garage wall and into the
kitchen where the car
became wedged. The
woman was treated for
minor injuries, but the
damage to her home is
significant.

Murder charges filed

Holly Hill police have filed
attempted murder charges
against a suspected car thief,
and they said it's warranted
after the suspect allegedly
roared through a busy
intersection slamming into
an innocent motorist. Chief
Mark Barker said Cory
Dillard, just 21 years old, is a
twice-convicted felon who
has no regard for human life,
and proved it while driving a
stolen vehicle. Police spotted
the stolen car and though
they didn't pursue the car
thief, they set up a perimeter
hoping to make an arrest.
Barker said at one point
Dillard was eastbound on
Eighth Street in the city when
he deliberately aimed the
vehicle at a westbound
police officer. Dillard
swerved at the last minute,
but then police said raced to
10th Street at more than 70
mph and blew across
Ridgewood Avenue, T-boning
an innocent motorist. That
driver was critically injured
after the impact pushed his
vehicle off the road, across a
sidewalk and nearly into a
building. Police said Dillard
emerged without a scratch
and ran, but police quickly
caught up to him. They said a
semi-automatic gun, crack
cocaine and thousands of
dollars in bundled cash for
dealing spilled out of the
stolen vehicle. Chief Barker
called Dillard the worst
society has to offer and said
he will work with the state
attorneys office to prosecute
Dillard to the fullest extent of
the law and get him offthe'
streets once and for all. r


Inmate murdered

More trouble at the prison
near Daytona Beach where a
corrections officer was
murdered last summer. A
spokesman with the Depart-
ment of Corrections said a
man serving life for murder
at Tomoka Correctional
Institute, killed a fellow
inmate following an argu-
ment. The spokesman said
Tommy Holmes somehow
fashioned a makeshift knife
and repeatedly stabbed
Dexter Bridges after Holmes
said Bridges spit in his face.
The prison was on lockdown
for several days while the
investigation was underway.
Corrections Officer Donna
Fitzgerald of Port Orange,
was murdered by an inmate
last June while unarmed and
alone, she supervised a
dozen violent prisoners. Her
murder led the DOC to
replace the entire command
staff at Tomoka and make
other changes to policy and
procedure. A spokesman
said it appears all policies
were followed in the recent
killing, but the investigation
continues.

Pedestrian killed

Ormond Beach police are
investigating a fatal crash
after a pedestrian was hit by
a car and killed on South
Atlantic Avenue near the
Plantation Island Resort.
Police say Ronald Ger-
hardt,73, was vacationing in
the area from Missouri.
Witnesses tell police
Gerhardt was apparently
trying to cross the street
when he walked into the
path of a car driven by James
Livingston, 19, of Daytona
Beach. It's still unclear
whether any charges will be
filed against Livingston.

Police investigating
death

Daytona Beach police are
looking into the death of a 77-
year-old man, reported
missing hours earlier by his
son. Richard Woodfallwas
*found floating face down in
the river near the boat dock at
the baqk of the home he
shared with his son on Halifax
Avenue a week ago. Police
said the elderly man was seen
sitting on his porch about
9:30 p.m. Saturday, butwhen
his son came home from
work at 2:30 a.m., Woodfall
was no where to be found.
Police said there are no signs
of foul play. It may have just
been a tragic accident.

Indictments returned

The Volusia County grand
jury has returned indictments
for first-degree murder in two
different cases. James Costa,
27, is indicted for the murder
of an Oviedo man during
spring break in Daytona
Beach March 20th. Prosecu-
tors said Costa shot Jerry
Drosky, 20, at the Ocean
Sands Motel when the
breaker refused to buy drugs.
Drosky died days later at the
hospital. The same grand jury
returned an indictment for
murder against Theoplas
Pearce. In that case, Prosecu-
tors said Pearce carjacked an
acquaintance, then shot
Roosevelt McDonald in
Daytona Beach and left him
lying in the street.


Reflects
From page A3
She has four children and
nine grandchildren who live
in the area.
She is frequently in the
area, meeting with con-
stituents. Being chosen by
those constituents to repre-
sent them in Washington is
a serious job, especially
during this tough time, she
said.
"I'm humbled by it each
time at the Capitol," Ms.
Kosmas said. "I'm honored
to represent the district and
I know the people in the dis-
trict are the reason I'm in
Washington."
To be one of just 259


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"I'm very honored," she
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Comparing mulch and compost


Often I have had
people e-mail me
questions on the
differences between mulch
and compost.
Although the compo-
nents can be used for the
same purpose, they are
both really different
animals.
Mulch is classified as
organic materials that are
placed on the ground or
around plants after plant-
ing. Mulch is often used to
help retain moisture,
reduce weeds and as the
material breaks down, it
helps put nutrients back
into the soil.
You can use almost any
organic material as a
mulching medium. You can
use freshly-chipped wood,
bark, pine needles, straw or
even layers of sawdust as a
mulching medium. Plastic
is often used around plants
to help deter weed growth
and although it is not an


organic material, it is still
considered ground mulch.
Although compost can be
used as surface mulch, it
actually has a completely
different purpose. Compost
is actually aged or partially-
decomposed organic
material that is primarily
used to be mixed with the
soil to add nutrients for
proper plant growth.
Compost adds organic
matter to the soil, improves
drainage in clay soils,
improves water and
fertilizer retention in sandy
soils, provides nutrients,
increases soil microbial
activity and encourages
earthworms. It will also act
as a great mulch/top
dressing for your existing
flowers and over time break
down further and improve
your soil.
As it ages, some of the
components in the com-
post will leach away from
the plant area, but no


matter what, you will gain a
substantial benefit from
using it.
Compost should be well-
aged before adding it to
your soil. This is particular-
ly true if you have manure
in your mix. If you do not
allow it to age enough, the
mixture can burn the roots
of your plants and cause
problems for them.
In order to produce a
good-quality compost mix,
you will need four basic
components: carbon that
comes from components
such as leaves, straw and
shredded paper. Nitrogen,
from grass clippings,
kitchen food scraps and
manure. The final two


ingredients are water and
oxygen.
The best way to start is to
mix about a 50/50 ratio of
the carbon and greens. As
you place the components
in layers, be sure to apply
water as you go. All the
components should be as
wet as a sponge. You should
construct your pile to be
around 3 feet by 3 feet or
around 1 cubic yard in size.
You must frequently turn
the pile as it ages, so
oxygen will get to all parts
of the pile. In addition, you
should also wet down the
pile each time you turn it.
The smaller you make the
components in the pile, the
faster they will decompose.
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*Little Theatre: The Little
Theatre of New Smyrna Beach
will present the Pulitzer Prize
winning classic, "Driving Miss
Daisy," by Alfred Uhry, at 8
p.m., Friday and Saturday, and
2 p.m., Sunday. Ticket prices
are $14 for adults, $13 for sen-
iors (62+), and $7 for children
younger than 18. Tickets may
be purchased at the Little The-
atre box office, 726 Third Ave.,
New Smyrna Beach, between
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Friday, by calling (386) 423-
1246 or visiting the Web site
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*Motown remembered:
There will be a tribute to sev-
enties and eighties Motown at
7 p.m, Friday and Saturday, at
the Ormond Beach Performing
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*Spring Dance: This event
will be held from 2-4 p.m., Fri-
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p.m.
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forms. Participants should
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"Art Walk: A "Recycled Art
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how to make art with recycled
materials. ACA will also offer
information about their com-
munity programming. "Recy-
cled" art from Steve Hardock's
students at Coronado Beach
Elementary School will be fea-
tured in one tent on the
avenue. 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
*Cinematique: Gary
Lester's Holocaust documen-
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choices for the whole family


By Sandra Frederick
For Hometown News
Into its third week, organizers
said the Festival is going strong.
With shows for the kids as well as
adults, there truly is something for
everyone.
Here is the listing of this week's
performances:

April 25-26
Hansel & Gretel Puppet The-
atrical Production by Theatre
Sans Fil: 2 p.m., News-Journal
Center at Daytona State College,
Daytona Beach, $18, $8
Theatre San Fil will present a
DBIF first a giant puppet theatri-
cal production. A visual feast
inspired by the classical technique
of Japanese Bunraku theatre, larg-


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*Angell & Phelps Caf6:
Two Trembled Gals, Kelly
White and Kelly Parsons
perform pop, jazz and
show tunes from 7:30-
10:30 p.m. Friday.'Jake
Nicely plays country
favorites from 7:30-10:30
p.m., Saturday, Kenyon
Dye and his piano bar
perform from 5-9 p.m.,
Thursday. There is no
coyer :for these shows.
Angell & Phelps is located
at 156 S. Beach St. For
more information, call
(386) 257-2677.
*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 dedi-
cated to preserving and
spreading the love of


er-than-life puppets will enact an
adaptation of Engelbert
Humperdinck's celebrated fairy-
tale opera. The incredible, tower-
ing characters depict the tradi-
tional story about two' children
who get lost in the woods and
come across a giant gingerbread
house. The show, performed in
English, will offer an enchanting
version of the popular fable with
innovative puppetry, accompa-
nied by a remarkable display of
effects such as black lights, lasers
and indoor fireworks. The dazzling
80-minute program is certain to
entertain the entire family.

April 25-26
DBIF Family Days: 12 p.m. 5
p.m., and April 26, 4 p.m. 9 p.m.,
Daytona Beach Band Shell


For the first time in Festival his-
tory, DBIF is producing a free Fam-
ily Weekend at the 2009 Festival
Place in Ocean Walk Shoppes and
the Daytona Beach Band Shell.
This fun event is geared toward the
entire family, and will feature per-
formances by great bands, Festival
artists and more. Continuing the
Celebration of Speed theme of the
April 25 Pops! Concert, the Family
Weekend will offer a chance to
meet with artists for autographs
and will close with an incredible
sunset concert by the LSO Brass on
Sunday, April 26, starting at 7 p.m.
The LSO Brass concert will offer an
intense sound with popular music
the entire family can enjoy.

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Scene


blues music. For more
information and a full
events schedule, visit the
Web site at www.Dayton-
aBluesSociety.org.
*Cuvee Oceanside Wine
& Tapas: "Wine Down
Wednesday" is held each
week, featuring live
music. Bermuda High
performs from 7-10 p.m.
each Thursday. John
Macker takes requests
from 10 p.m. to midnight,
Friday, with a late-night
happy hour. Breaking
Bread performs from 7-10
p.m., Saturday. Cuvee
Oceanside is located at
188 E. Granada Blvd.,
Ormond Beach. For more
information, call (386)
615-4727 or visit the Web
site at www.cuveeocean-
side.com.
*Five O'Clock Charley:
This band will perform


rock 'n' roll, blues and
country hits from 7-10-
p.m., Friday, at Julian's
Landmark, 88 S. Atlantic
Ave., Ormond Beach.
They will be performing
from 6:30-9:30 p.m., Sat-
urday at the Ormond
Eagles Club, 190 S. Nova
Road, Ormond Beach.
They hit the stage from 7-
10 p.m., Wednesday at the
Moose Family Center, 601
W. Granada Blvd. They
will be performing 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) 615-4888 or visit the
Web site at www.frappes-
north.com.
eThe Garlic: Blues and
Jazz musicians perform
seven nights a week. Mark
"Muddy Harp" Hodgson
plays the blues 7-11 p.m.,
Friday and Saturday. He
will be joined by Ray
Guiser from 9-11 p.mn.,
Saturday. Saxophonist
Paul Howards will per-
form Sunday, 6-10 p.m.
Mr. Hodson will also per-
form from 6-10 p.m.,
Wednesday and Thursday.
Saxmari Thom Chambers
hits the stage from 6-10
p.m., Monday and Tues-
day. The Garlic is located
at 556 E. Third Ave., New
Smyrna Beach. For more


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STAR SCOPES
James Tucker
Week of 4-24-2009
Aries-March 21-April 19
The universal presence within
you constantly inspires you to
do your very best. This is your
highest motivation. The great-
est sign of this is when you
wake up each morning with
so much joy in your heart to
create and share with others.
You choose harmony over
chaos, peace over anger and
love over fear. This is a win-
ning formula.
Taurus-April 20-May 20
Life, like the tides, has its highs
and lows. Enjoy the highs.
Manage and endure the lows.
Don't give in to doubt, fear
and indecision. It's easy to
spoil a perfectly good plan by
feeding it the wrong things.
Making wise choices starts by
first listening to, trusting and
acting on your instincts. Your
first impressions are always
the best. Are you listening?
Gemini-May 21-June 21
Your energy is positive and
steady right now. Your mind is
sharp. Your sense of'fairness
with associates is high. You
have much to look forward to.
Others may not always tell
you, but you are deeply
appreciated. Your value in life
is steadily increasing. You
never meet a challenge you
can't resolve. You are doing a
great job. Keep it up.
Cancer-June 22-July 22
Keep cool when others
around you are losing it. No
reason to get upset now.
Take things in.,stride as they
come up. There will always be
the earthly stuff to deal with.
Refuse to let the world or oth-
ers rob you of your grace and
dignity. You never give up.
Your success is the result of a
plan, patience and trust in the
higher power.
Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
Your sense of self discovery
continues to reveal new truths
about yourself. Just be sure to
keep a sharp focus on the top
priorities. Lesser things can
wait. Balancing your home,
work and social life is.impor-
tant. It keeps you psyche up
emotionally and moving for-
ward. Surrender your will to
the higher will and great suc-
cess is assured.
Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept22
You are what integrity is all
about. No one in the universe
has a greater conscience than
you. You have a great feeling
or others needs. This great
sense of humanity and humil-
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tary, "Safe Haven: The Warsaw
Zoo," will screen at the Cine-
matique Theater at 4 p.m., Sat-
urday at the Bookstore Cafe,
410 S. Nova Road, Ormond
Beach. Immediately following
the screening, Mr. Lester will be
available for a question and
answer session. For more infor-
mation about Cinematique,
visit www.cinematique.org.
*Fireworks fundraiser: The
"Friends of the Fireworks" com-
mittee will hold a benefit called
"Save Edgewater's 4th of July
Fireworks" from noon to 5
p.m., Saturday, at the City's
Rotary Park, 902 W. Park Ave.
The event will feature free live
music and games for the kids.
Bar-be-que will be available for
purchase for $5 per platter.
Hamburgers, hotdogs and bev-
erages will also be available to


purchase. Edgewater Fire-Res-
cue Association and Friends of
the Fireworks members will on
hand to accept donations from
individuals, families and busi-
nesses.
*Earth Day fundraiser: Fair
Share Urban Garden and Arti-
san Market will hold an Earth
Day fundraiser Saturday. The
event will feature workshops
for all ages and an artisan mar-
ket with fair trade crafts, natural
herbal balms, soaps, native
plant seed sales, and more.
Workshop schedule includes:
Container Gardening with Mas-
ter Gardener Myrna Moore at
9:30 a.m. This workshop is
free. Children's Introductory
Garden workshop at 10:30
a.m. Children under 12 should
arrive in play clothes and bring
vegetable food scraps that they
have collected for composting.
They will take home a painted
pot with a plant, as well as
another pot with seeds that
they plant in the class. Parents


are encouraged to pre-register
their children online at Aquari-
anBath.com, or call to arrange
a prepaid reservation voice
mail (310) 919-0220. The cost
is $10 per child to benefit the
garden. Celebrating the
"Green" Way by Ciana Maglio
of Green Halloween will be at
11:30 a.m. This workshop is
free. "Sundials in the Garden"
by Jason Aufdenberg. who is
an assistant professor of
Physics and Astronomy at
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical Uni-
versity in Daytona Beach and a
Fair Share Urban Garden Pro-
ject volunteer, will be at 12:30
p.m. This workshop is free. The
Fair Share Urban Garden & Arti-
san Market is located at 345
White Street in Daytona Beach
behind the Daytona Beach
Lion's Club in between Dunn
Avenue and International
Speedway Boulevard near Day-
tona State College.
*Ballroom dance: The
Greater Daytona Chapter of
U.S.A. Dance will hold a ball-
room darice 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.
SUNDAY, APRIL 26
*Dance performance: The
Re-Vital Dance Group of Israel
presents "The history of
Jerusalem" in song and dance
including audio-visual imagery
at 7:30 p.m., Sunday at the
Ormond Beach Performing Arts
Center, 399 N U.S. Highway 1.
There will be 20 dancers and
40 costume changes. Space is
limited. Tickets can be pur-
chased in advance. Tickets are
$15 for adults and $5 for chil-
dren younger than 12. To
reserve a ticket, call (386) 676-
3375. Box office hours are
noon to 5 p.m., Tuesday-Friday.
Authentic Israeli food will be
sold at 6 p.m. Proceeds go to
charity.
*Movie: Volusia PeaceCenter


will show the movie "Jimmy
Carter, Man from Plains" at
6:30 p.m., Sunday at communi-
ty hall of the United Church of
Christ, 203 Washington St, New
Smyrna Beach. Doors open at
6 p.m., For more information,
call (386) 846-3932.
*Happy Wanderers: A
5K/10K walk will be held at 1
p.m., Sunday at Winterhaven
Park, 4589 S. Atlantic Ave.
Drive, Ponce Inlet. Cost is $3.
For more information, call
(386) 788-4026 or (386) 676-
9863 or visit the Web site
www.happywanderersfl.org.
*Benefit concert: The Colise-
um and Arena will hold a "No
Worries" benefit for Reuben
"Lounge Lizard" Morgan, who
is suffering from a chronic liver
condition, at 1:30 p.m., Sunday,
at 176 N. Beach St., Daytona
Beach. Twenty bands will play
at The Arena, the Arena Patio
Caf6 and the Coliseum. Dona-
tions are $10 and includes a
buffet from 3 to 7 p.m. Tickets
are available at Atlantic Sounds
or West International Speed-
way Boulevard or at the door.
For more information, call


(386) 868-7181.

TUESDAY, APRIL 28

*Puppet show: The Port
Orange Regional Library's chil-
dren's section will be perform-
ing the puppet show "Moon
Rock Soup" during the regular-
ly scheduled story times on
Tuesday and Wednesday, at
1005 City Center Circle. For
more information, call (386)
322-5152 ext. 4.

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29
*Dog show: The Canine
Fancy Dancers are having a free
Dancing Dogs Show at 7 p.m.,
Wednesday, April 29, at the
Ormond Beach Performing Arts
Center. Trained dogs and their
human partners will perform
musical routines on stage to a
variety of types of music. The
show is: presented by the
Canine Fancy Dancers of the
Obedience Club of Daytona.
Donations will be accepted. For
more information, call (386)
843-9973 or (386) 761-1095.


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April 25 and April 28
LSO Sound Explorers:
April 25, 10 a.m., Debary
Hall, $15, $8
April 28, 10 a.m., Atlantic
Center of the Arts, New
Smyrna Beach, $15, $8
Members of the London
Symphony Orchestra are
joined by an animateur to
lead youngsters ages three
to eight in a fun-filled, sto-
rybook-style exploration
of musical instruments.
Two different programs are
offered, each one running
about an hour in length
and limited to 60 atten-
dees.


PROJECT

April 25
PROJECT: 10 p.m._ Bank
& Blues Club, ;Daytona
Beach, $20 ,
A dynamic young group,
PROJECT will dazzle audi-
ences witfi their incredible
fusion of jazz, hip-hop and
world music. Offering
audiences a combination
of classical repertoire with
original compositions,
PROJECT prides itself on
blurring the lines of classi-
cal music. The group is
known for their innovative
style and high energy per-
formances.

April 26
LSO Classical II: 4 p.m.,
Peabbdy Auditorium, Day-
tona Beach, $72, $52, $44,
$30
Maestro Harding returns
to the podium to lead the
Orchestra in the Classical
If once r't ;lh aprograh'
that will .feature soloists
Gareth Davies, LSO Princi-
pal Flute, and Bryn Lewis,
LSO Principal Harpist.
Davies has been the Prin-
cipal Flute with the LSO
since 1999 and is a Profes-
sor of Flute at the Royal
College of Music. Since
1994, Bryn Lewis has held
the role of Principal
Harpist with the LSO, and
he's given master classes in
London, Rio de Janeiro
and Chicago. Under Hard-
ing's direction, the LSO
will also perform Wolfgang
Amadeus Mozart's Concer-
to for Harp, Flute and
Orchestra in C Major (K.
299). Making its festival
premiere will be Gustav
Mahler's Symphony No. 1


in D Major, 'The Titan'.


BALLET HISPANICO


April 28-29
Ballet Hispanico: 8 p.m.,
News-Journal Center at
Daytona State College,
Daytona Beach, $40, $32
With their magnetic
energy and dazzling chore-
ography, the international-
ly critically acclaimed Bal-
let Hispanico Company
will perform a rousing
selection of Latin dance
numbers, including Club
Havana, which offers the
enthralling rhythms of the
Conga, Rumba, Mambo,
and Cha Cha from Cuban
choreographer Pedro Ruiz.
Artistic Director Tina
Ramirez and her 13-mem-
ber Latino dance company
are known for fusing Latin
dance with classical and
contemporary elements.
The company has been
commissioned for more
than 77 pieces and has
performed for millions.

April 28
Mozart's Letters: 7 p.m.,
Athens Theater, DeLand,
$22
The ensemble will play
music by Mozart and his
contemporaries in
between and throughout
the readings. Audiences
will gain a unique insight
in Mozart's life, as told
through readings of his let-
ters to his family and
friends during his travels
around Europe.

April 29
Mozart Quintets: 7 p.m.,
Westminster by-the-Sea
Presbvterian Church, Day-
tona Behch Shores, $22
Six LSO members will
offer a paradox of quintets.
The evening will begin
with a Horn Quintet, a
composition of balance
and tonal beauty; written
during what many consid-
er the happiest period of
Mozart's life. Following the
first piece, the Viola Quin-
tet will provide a rather
dark and formidably
moody piece, ending
unexpectedly in jubilation.

April 30
Classical III: 8 p.m.,
Peabody Auditorium, Day-
tona Beach, $72, $52, $44,
$30
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tona Beach residents and
visitors, the LSO Classical


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III concert will feature
world-renowned Lalo
Schifrin in an incredible
evening of Schifrin's Latin
American Jazz, Movie
Music and More. A cele-
brated pianist, composer
and conductor, four-time
GRAMMY winner and 20-
time nominee, Schifrin has
composed for more than
100 feature films and tele-
vision shows, earning him
one Cable ACE Award, and
six Oscar nominations..
His film scores include
Mission Impossible, The
Amityville Horror, all three
films from the Rush Hour
trilogy, and Abominable.
The Daytona Beach con-
cert will feature pieces
such as the theme of Dirty
Harry, Around the World in
Eighty Days and El Dora-


do. The concert will also
include Aaron Copeland's
El Salon Mexico, Cole
Porter's Begin the Beguine,
Moises Simon's The Peanut
Vendor, and more.
Schifrin and the LSO will
be joined by Pierre Bous-
saguet on double bass,
Alex Acuna on drums, and
James Morrisson on trum-
pet flugelhorn and trom-
bone. Acuna, a Peruvian
drummer and percussion-
ist, has worked with artists
such as Elvis Presley,
Diana Ross and Paul
McCartney. Morrison is a
talented multi-instrumen-
talist, playing trumpet,
trombone, euphonium,
flugelhorn, tuba, saxo-
phones and piano. April 30
NEW! LSO Student Con-
cert: 11:00 a.m: Peabody


Auditorium, Daytona
Beach
The LSO and AT&T Youth
Ensemble will present a
fun and interactive pro-
gram designed for the stu-
dents of Volusia County.
Michael Francis will con-
duct the concert in a
relaxed, kid-friendly
atmosphere. Playing
pieces that are familiar
and appeal to a younger
audience, this perform-
ance is a great way to
expose the children of
Volusia County schools to
the performing arts and a
world-famous orchestra.

April 30-May 2
Chuchito Valdes Jazz
Trio: 10 p.m., Bank & Blues
Club, Daytona Beach, $28
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Take advantage of great offerings at International Festival


Aos I headed to the
PeabodyAuditorium
or the opening night of
the Daytona Beach Interna-
tional Festival with trumpeter
Chris Botti, I was h little
skeptical.
Jazz really isn't my kind of
music. I have nothing against
it, but I don't seek it out while
surfing around iTunes.
Despite my trepidation, I
knew this concert was a great
thing for Daytona Beach.
Since moving here a year
ago, the most common


complaint I've heard from
residents and visitors alike is
the lack of good concerts in
the city.
And I was beginning to
agree. -
But, then here was Mr. Botti
- a world-renowned
trumpeter who has sold
millions of albums, toured
with some of the biggest
names in the music business
and been nominated for
Grammys -playing in
Daytona Beach.
I doubt anyone could


complain about that even
a non-fan like myself.
As I settled into my seat in
the auditorium, it was a
packed house.
I was glad to see so many
people show up and support
not only DBIF but their city.


Once the curtain went up,
Mr. Botti and his four-person
band went non-stop for two
hours, playing everything
from 'Ava Maria" to a Black
Sabbath cover.
Mr. Botti joked and talked
with the audience, even
stepping down from the stage
more than once.
I have to admit I was
bopping my head and
clapping along more than I
thought I would..
The passion and enthusi-
asm that both Mr. Botti and


his band played with,
combined with their easygo-
ing nature, made the concert
seem like an intimate club
show.
At the end, I was quick to
jump up and join the audi-
ence in the much-deserved
standing ovation.
Mr. Botti's encore was a
simple cover of "One for my
Baby (And One More for the
Road)," with his trumpet
accompanied by the piano.
If the previous two-hour
show hadn't converted me
into a fan, that moment left


me in awe and longing for
more great music.
Luckily, there is still another
week left in the Daytona
Beach International Festival
with plenty of great shows to
choose from.
I never would have guessed
that I would discover such
great music in Daytona
Beach, the city that musicians
seem to pass by, but I'm going
to take full advantage of
having such a vast repertoire
of music in my own backyard
and see what else I can
discover.


Scopes
From page Bl

respect, love and dignity. The
universe wants to bring it back
to you. Are you ready to
receive?


Ubra-Sept 23-Oct.22
No matter what is happening
around you, keep your own
center and balance. Keep a
lighter touch. Continue to
believe in yourself. You are one
of the strongest signs. Your
sense of creativity, heartfelt
desires, nurturing and wisdom
has never been stronger. It's


your time to shine. A lot more
good is on the way.
Scorpio-OcL23-Nov.21
You are a master at facing and
handling life's challenges.
Why? Because of your high
heart. You carry your own
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p.m., Saturday. Brad Yates
and the Soul Surfers hits
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perform at 5:30 p.m. Inlet
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The sweet crust made
with brown sugar Aunt
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electric mixer, set on low
speed until shortening is the
size of small peas.
In the measuring cup,
break eggs into the 2/3-cup
water and beat with a fork
to blend. Then use the same '
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dry ingredients until q
moistened.
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1/2 hour.
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2 cups sugar (1 pound)
2 pounds ricotta n
1 each, lemon rind and ,
orange rind, grated a
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cinnamon .
1 ounce (2 tablespoons)
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rose water (available at
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teaspoon orange extract '
1 pound cooked grain
1/4-cup each minced
candied orange peel and '
citron (optional) q
Beat eggs, add sugar,
ricotta, rinds and orange or
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Pour into pie shells and
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degree oven for 1 to 1-3/4
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Port Orange/Ponce Inlet
So. Daytona/Daytona Beach Shores


Special finesse required for sheepshead, drum


Lurking throughout
the inshore waters
are schools of prison-
er fish that have made a
career of avoiding capture.
Wearing the black and
white stripes of an inmate
uniform, they hole up in
large numbers, defying
any timid angler.
The lucky one who is the
successful captor is twice
blessed, once for the
uncommon fun of the
catch, and once for the
delicious meal they
provide.
Sheepshead and black
drum are very similar in


Italian
From page B6

BASIC MARINARA
SAUCE
serves 4
Imagine serving the best
marinara sauce? How about
adding lobster? Imagine
making it many times in less
time than it takes to cook
the pasta?
Parsley is something you
should use in almost
everything you make. It's
loaded withvitamins, adds
great color and.a very subtle-
taste. Besides, it makes
people think you really
know whatyou're doing. I
always recommend Italian
parsley. It has a broader, flat
leaf and more flavor than
the curly kind, but either
can be used and the nutri-


appearance and share
some of the same space,
but they are very different
fish.
They will both likely be
found near an outcrop of
barnacles that are
attached to pilings, logs or
brush. If those barnacles
are near or on an oyster
bar in deeper water, you
can almost count on their
presence.
Drum are very wary and
may linger to look-at a bait
Sfor hours before biting.
Once hooked, they head
for the bottom and are as
powerful and tenacious as


ents are the same. Dried is
fine, just use a little less
than fresh.
Marinara sauce is fast,
easy and good for you. The
word marinara means from
the sea. This is a sauce that
is delicious plain and also
welcomes the addition of
seafood.
1/4-cup extra virgin olive
oil
2 large cloves garlic
(chopped)
1 large 28-ounce can
crushed tomatoes with
added puree, or 1 large
can whole tomatoes
(sieved or processed)
1/2-teaspoon oregano
5 large fresh basil leaves,
torn
.4 or 5 sprigs fresh Italian
parsley (chopped) or.2
teaspoons, dried
Salt, only if a taste test
says you need it .


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any thing that swims.
Sheepshead are nib-
blers. They will approach a
piece of shrimp and locate
the part farthest from the
point of the hook and
begin tugging at it.
Working patiently, many
times they will have your
bait before you feel
anything at all.


Pepper and crushed red
pepper to taste
1 pound pasta
Lightly saute garlic in the
oil. Add remaining ingredi-
ents, except the cooked
pasta; cover and simmer for
30 minutes; stirring occa-
sionally. Serve over any
pasta of your choice.

LOBSTER IN
MARINARA SAUCE
(NIB)
serves 4
When you're out treating
yourselves to lobster, ask
the server to put all the
shells in a doggie bag. They


The best way to fish
sheepshead is to fish them
straight up and down.
Using lots of shellfish
chum will reduce your
odds of failure. The world
record head is around 16
pounds, and out at the end
of Ponce Inlet jetty that
mark could fall any day.
Ten pounders are not
uncommon there. Black
drum are the more elon-
gated of the two and grow
to more than 100 pounds
and each spring, drum of
more than 50 pounds are
caught near the New
Smyrna Yacht Club.


just can't resist asking what
you are going to do with
them. Then comes the story
of the delicious lobster
sauce, while they're scrib-
bling down the recipe.
Prepare basic marinara
sauce. Add shells and cook
for about 20 minutes.
Remove and discard any
shells that contain no meat.
The little legs are deli-
cious. Using a biting-
sucking technique, you can
extract delicious morsels of
meat.
NOTE: You can cook the
whole lobster in sauce, if
you choose.
lam available for talks
from south Verto Hobe
Sound, call (772) 465-5656.
When a recipe is not in my


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Good fun, but the ones
that are best eating are
under 10 pounds.
Both of these fish school
very tightly. Once I was
cast-netting for bait with a
small net and caught
seven keeper sheepshead
with one cast.
Years ago, I fished for
drum in a spot where you
cold-soak shrimp all day
without a bite until the
evening shadows covered
the water. As soon as that
happened, the fish would
turn on like mad. If you
See DRUM, B8


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next to the title.
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Friday, April 24, 2009


Drum
From page B7


catch either of these, be
sure that more are nearby.
With both, you must make
a perfect cast for 5 feet.
either way and you are out
of luck.


They won't come to the
bait, so you must get it to
them. At the dinner table,
each has their own fine
qualities.
Black drum is the first
cousin of the redfish and
taste as good.
If you like blackened red
fish,., you will love black-
ened drum.


Sheepshead eat nothing
but shellfish and that taste
transfers nicely to their
meat. Their unique flavor
makes an interesting sushi
or seveche.
If you wonder about the
name, the next time you
catch one, carefully push
back the upper lip and see
the even row of sheep-like
teeth that hides there.


To catch these convict
fish, try a gloomy and gray
day. No fish is affected by
a falling barometer like the
black drum.
Bait with any shellfish,
crab or the like. The
minimum length for
sheepshead is 12 inches
and you may keep 15 daily.
For drum, the daily take


limit is five, and they
should be no less than 14
inches nor more than 24.
The best fishing is in water
of 4 feet or more, keeping
in mind their love of
barnacles.
If you find such a place
on a very nasty day, you
just might bring a few of
this hole-in-the-wall gang


to justice.

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-maili
to
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Refrigerator Frigidaire
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stainless steel front,
black body. Good cond.
$400 386-679-8009



ACTION FIGURES,
around 30 in all $10.
386-322-4296 Port Orge
AIR COMPRESSOR with
20 gallon tank, 110/220
electric motor, $75,
386-478-6315 VOL
AIR CONDITIONER,
13,000 BTU's, digital
controls, like new, $145,
386-424-1588 VOL
BACK THERAPY, Teeter
hang ups, $199, new,
386-423-5695 VOL
BAND SAW, Craftsman,
12", tilt head, like new,
$125, 386-426-2372 VOL
BASKETBALL HOOP,
lifetime 10' adjustable,
$25, 6hp engine, gas,
$75, 321-258-6760 NB
BATH CHAIR for a child,
Rifton equipment, $30,
386-322-8900 VOL
BED FRAME, Full or
Queen, $10, 39 piece
dish set, new, $20,
386-761-4483 VOL
BED, beautiful dark-wal-
nut poster bed, queen
size, with mattress, $150,
386-756-5044 VOL


BED, TWIN, mattress &
box springs, mahogany
head and foot board,
$125, 386-441-2004 VOL
BICYCLE, Ladies, 26'
mountain bike, fury road-
master,. 15 speed, $45,
386-304-3757 VOL
BICYCLE, Mens 26"
mountain bike, $25,
Womens 24", $20,
386-258-3562 VOL .
BICYCLES, 2 Schwinn,
ladies, 27" wheels, one
from 70's, restored, both
$75, 386-788-1141 VOL
BOAT, 10' aluminum Jon
Boat, $200,
386-441-5564 VOL
CAMARO HOOD, 1969,
Original, and front bump-
er, good condition, $175,
386-673-2271 VOL
CAMPING GEAR, 2 man
tent, air mattress, sleep-
ing bag, heater, cook-
er,$150 all 386-760-3689
CHAIR Carlton,
earthtone color, cloth,
reclining 1 year new
$199 386-427-4075
CHAIR, INFLATABLE,
$15, David Winter cot-
tage, $40, 386-441-0148
CHAIRS, LAZYBOY,
both rockers and swivel,
1 multi color one mauve,
$75 ea, 386-441-7675
CHAISE LOUNGE -
Beautiful like new, $75.
386-322-5534


CHANDELIER Large,
beautiful, 8 lights, cost
nearly $800, sacrifice at
$200 obo, 386-441-9994
COFFEE TABLE, Teak,
bought form scan design
shop, $199,
407-492-1209 VOL
COFFEE/ TEA pot, $15,
coffee maker, $20,
386-788-8869 VOL
COMPUTER STAND,
$25, Buffet/ Dresser, $10,
386-761-1172 VOL
COUCH Dark Blue Only
8mos old. $199, Call
386-252-8884
CRACKER WHIP, Flori-
da, Antique, 12' long w/
hand carved folk art han-
del, $190, 386-428-8581
CURIO CABINET, for
china, three shelves,
glass, $175 obo,
86423-2371 VOL
DESK plus 2 drawer file
cabinet, metal, great for
arage, $50,
86-760-5127 VOL
DESK, Large, good
shape, Black walnut, very
heavy, $100,
772-287-8072 MC
DESK, solid cherry wood,
almost new, $175,
386-763-5487 VOL
DINING SET- good cond,
glass top, brass base, 6
high back chairs w/ cush-
ions, $100, 386-427-6226


DISHWASHER, Whirl-
ol, Energy Star model
U912PFQ, $50,
386-295-7466.VOL
DRESS, BEADED se-
quin, top chiffon, bottom,
champagne,
$75, 386-615-1744 VOL
ELECTRIC OVEN, self
cleaning, coil top, 30"
GE, $115, Microwave,
$25, 386-427-8532 VOL
ENTERTAINMENT CEN-
TER, with TV, black with
smoked glass front, like
new, $200, 386-428-2596
ENTERTAINMENT
UNIT, Metal and glass,
top swivels, hold 42" TV,
$125, 386-492-4513 VOL
EXERCISE BIKE, like
new, $50, 386-682-6425
VOL
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tionary, excellent cond,
$65, 386-761-6801 VOL
EXERCISE MACHINE,
Urban Rebounds, has
bar to hold on to, $50,
386-761-6340 VOL
EXHAUST HEADERS,
Stock, H-Pipe witfi Cats
for '03 Mustang, $175,
386-767-3166 VOL
GOLF CLUBS, Left hand
Irons, 3-PW/ SW, 3 metal
woods, Putter bag, $80,
386-677-1324 VOL
GOLF CLUBS, Wilson
Prestige Tour, oversized,
includes pitching wedge,
$50, 386-423-9949 VOL


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KITCHEN SET, white for-
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4 chairs with rattan leaf,
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LADIES BICYCLE, $30,
also mini trampoline, $25,
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LAWN MOWER Self
Propelled .$135. Work
Bench $50 386-756-4774
LIGHT, Hanging, 5 globe,
bronze fixture, $45, Bowl-
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used once, full site,
$145, 386-492-4984 VOL
PALLETT JACK- E-Z lift,
4500 Ibs. $150 obo,
386-345-4519 VOL
PRESSURE WASHER,
Shop vacuum 3.0 HP,
slightly used, like new,
$50, 386-441-0824 VOL
PRINTER, Canon, black,
white and color, $5,
Imac Books for photo
shop, $10, 386-676-1363
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Mercury, like new, $75,
'08-09 Saturn Vue, $10,
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dt.AMP, for wheel chairs,
aluminum, $100, crutch-
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RECLINER, LAZYBOY,
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9386-760-2562 VOL
REFRIGERATOR, KEN-
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386-345-4563 VOL
RING, Sterling silver,
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cnone cut. genuine ter-
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ROCKER RECLINER,
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$100, 12' step ladder,
$100, 386-308-6259 VOL
RUNNING BOARDS,
Delta, Lund Bug deflec-
tor, new in boxes, $100
for all, 386-424-6783
Sailboat Hatch Window
glass 32"x48" approx,
Universal Fitting. $200
386-846-0370
SCOOTER, 2 new bat-
teries, needs charger,
-$150 obo, dog crate,
large, $20, 386-492-3448
SCOOTER, Yamaha,
49CC automatic, needs
work, sat too long, $100,
386-314-5967 VOL "
SOFA/ LOVE SEAT,
beige,; clean no' rip's,
$175, 386-788-1807 VOL
STEP LADDER, 8', Hus-
ky, fiberglass, $50,
386-767-6667 VOL
STEREO RECEIVER/
Tuner, used, lots of pow-
er with tons of options
$100, 386-451-1024 VOL
STOVE, Electric range,
white, self cleaning, like
new, excellent cond,
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231-384-5713 VOL
TABLE SAW, with stand
10", has attachments,
$100 firm, 386-427-2726
VOL
TELEVISION, 25", ike
new, with stand, silver
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Turbo 400, only has
30,000 miles, can see,
$200, 386-788-2069 Vol
TWIN BEDS, 2, mattress
& box spring, less than 1
year old, $150 obo for
both, 386-423-4504 VOL
TYPEWRITER, Sears,
almost new, $30, Standly
Miter box, $25,
386-441-6815 VOL
WALL CLOCK, Dale
Earnhardt, Jr. #8 car on
red back ground, $25
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new, 10 Ib capacity, front
loader. $75. 321-377-305.
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very good condition,
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jacket, leather, $40,
386-767-5963 VOL
WICKER CHAIR, Otto-
man, pastel -stripe fabric,
excellent condition, $199
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YAMAHA Electone organ
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PORT ORANGE Cypress
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Owner/agent
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New: CHA, vinyl siding,
skirting & concrete drive-
way. Adult park.
866-797-6106
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ORMOND BEACH-
Townhouse to share. Pri-
vate bath, bedroom & TV
room. Pool, Washer/dryer
No Pets. $135 weekly
386-615-8264





REDUCED
DAYTONA -
Country Club Condo-
lbr/lba pool, 2nd floor,
new carpet $545/mo incl.
water, pest control & ca-
ble. 386-299-1538
DAYTONA BAYSHORE,
1/1 Penthouse, with
Oceanview. All ameni-
ties. Newly furnished, in-
cluding carpet & tile.
Owner: 386-576-3155

Ily Ilow
Daytona Bch Shores
Oceanview! Beautiful 2nd
fl, 3Br/lba. 3106 S. At-
lantic. No pets $850 mo.
386-788-6063/248-1076



DAYTONA BEACH Cen-
tral Manor Apts serving
adults 62+ or mobility
impaired. 1br/1ba.
Income based rent. EOH,
Handicap accessible
386-255-2622 TTY
1-800-955-8771
DAYTONA BEACH
Wanted Tenants w/1 car.
Benefit from our ltd park-
ing w/low rental rates
starting at $560 for 2/1
Quiet complex near golf
course & bus line. Incl.
water/cable386.255.9478
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HARLEY Fat Boy '06
Lowered 2" Extra head
lights, 2 seats, windshield
Screaming Eagle pipes.
Backrest Alum wheels
Lojack Exc cond.
$17,000 Serious callers
only. 772-597-2734
THANKS I sold my
scooter with the help of
Hometown News. WM


WANTED JAPANESE
Motorcycles Kawasaki,
1970-1980 Z1-900, KZ90
0, KZ1000, S1-250, S2-
250, S2-350, S3- 400,
H 1-500, H2-750, Cash
Paid, Free Nationwide
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310-721-0726.
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ORMOND BEACH 55+
community, 12x60, 2br/
1.5ba, enclosed porch
$14,900. Also, 2 lots avail
for newer MH's $325/mo.
386-672-1276 / 451-4018
ORMOND BEACH
completely renovated
2-br/l/ba. Lot 110x60.
Fenced yard, carport,
glassed in Florida room.
Off Nova Rd. Convenient
to everything. $60,000
386-615-9473
PORT ORANGE 55+
Colony in the Woods. 2/2
24 x 40, screen room,
new wood floors & carpet
$9800. 501-940-8458 or
870-854-3767
PORT ORANGE WILL
FINANCE Doublewide, 2
br. $12,900, singlewide
2Br, needs work $5000
cash, No banks needed.
386-566-7239
PORT ORANGE, 2/2,
55+, Colony In the
Woods. New appl./tile/
carpet/kitchen/bath. Lrg.
Screen patio & Fla. rm.
$29,900 386-212:4801
PORT ORANGE, CAN
FINANCE. Lighthouse
Point, 40+ park, 2Br/1Ba,
new kitchen, Really com-
fortable $7900 433 Blus-
tery Dr. 386-547-4175
SOUTH DAYTONA CAN
FINANCEl 55+_ Candle-
light Manor Park 1703
Magnolia #C-18 $19,500.
Lot rent Only $79 thru
20101 386-547-4175
SOUTH DAYTONA 2/1
Own Land, NO rental
fees. screen porch, car-
port, A/C, Very quiet &
private. 1072 Palm View.
One block from Reed Ca-
nal. $45,000 Firm!
904-824-9206


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DAYTONA BEACH-
SIDE- 1/1, Behind Bellair
Plaza. No pets. Water
included Central A/C.
$500/mo. 386-447-5699
HOLLY HILL Cedar
Point Condo. 2nd fi, end
unit. 3/2, 1227 sqft. +
balcony. W/D inc.
Covered garage with
storage closet. $900/mo,
$500 dep 1 yr lease.
Prefer non smoker, no
pets. 386-304-5846

Unbelievable
NEW SMYRNA $495
Moves you in! Downtown
Close to everything.
Small 2Br/lBa apt,
C/H/A, gas fireplace.
Rent Incl w/d $549/mo.
Also Riverview 2Br/1Ba
Apt $615/mo
396-689-1243



NEW SMYRNA Free
1st Months Rent. $595.
moves you in! Very Lg
-2br/lba. $650. Xtra Lg
3Br/2ba w/bonus ofc area
$785. $595 dep. w/d
hkup. Huge closet, C/A/C
water incld. Great loc. No
dogs. 386-689-1243
ORMOND BEACH: Fully
furnished lbr/lba Pool,
elevator. $850/mo Water
& Electric incl F/L/S
NSNP 386-677-0548
PELICAN BAY 2br/2ba
furnished end unit w/best
view W/D, $895/mo.
Lease avail, end of April.
Call 386-252-1218 .
PORT ORANGE Pristine
riverfront dream, large
2/2/1 close to bch, pet
free, laundry, w/c free.
$1000/mo 386-756-1312




PORT ORANGE- Large
2/2. Newly remodeled,
Includes W/D hook-up &
cable. Small pets. OK.
$700/mo Call Patty
386-405-9887
Sebastian- 2/2 $578.
3/2 $664. FREE W/D and
Cable with 1 year lease
Move-in Sec. Deposit
$600. w/ approved credit
772-581-4440*Income
Restrictions Apply.
SOUTH DAYTONA
CEDAR VILLAGE APTS
Check out our spacious 1
& 2 Br's. Starting at
$595/mo. Only 1st mo &
$300 sec moves you in!
Stephanie 386-322-5215


WOW
VERO BEACH: Call for
specials! lbr's from
$475, 2br's from $550.
Tile, New apple. Close to
Beaches, Parks & Res-
taurants. 772-563-0013





WANTED JAPANESE
Motorcycles Kawasaki,
Z1-900, (KZ900) 1972-
1976, KZ1000 (1976-
1980), KZ1000R (1982-
1983), ZiR, S1-250,
S2-350, S3-400, H1-500,
H2-750, Honda CB750
(1969- 1975), Susuki
GS400, GT380, Cash
Paid, Free Nationwide
Pick Up 800-772-1142 or
310-721-0726.


MINT
26' BORN FREE 2003
V-10 eng 25K sleeps 6.
Loaded 2 awnings w/tow
dolly. $42,0000 firm. Like
new. 772-485-0357
Affordablte & Effete
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MELBOURNE MHs

Park Trailers for Sale
from $2,000 to $18,000.
Base lot rents from $367/mo.
FREE cable. Also, Empty lots
ail fordoublewides orsingles.
1st month FREEIII


(Adult Park) Park Trailers
from $2000 to $10,000.
Lot rents $300/maR. V
Sites w/ful hookups $15/day.
Monthly/Seasonal. RV Storage
Sites,$100/mo. No hook ups.
Park Mgr.
407-283-5277
TITUSVILLE 2/2 45+ '05
Dblwide w/Indian River
View, end lot, custom
closets. Heat pump, Oak
kit, all apple's, low lot rent.
$75,000 712-299-3252
VERO BEACH: Anxious
seller. Own your own lot
In 55+ comm. New Furn
2/2, fi room. Considering
all offers. Financing avail-
able. 866-605-7255





Pine, Hardwood Bottoms.
Road Frontage & Great
Hunting. $3700/acre.
Southern Pine Planta-
tions 352-867-8018
BId Beautiful AZ lots
near Tucson. $0 Down,
$0 Interest. Starting
$129/ month. Guaranteed
Financing. Only 12 lots
Available. Pre-Recorded
Message. Call
800-631-8164 Mention
Code 5052 www. sunsite-
slandrush.com


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NEW SMYRNA
BEACHSIDE
MINORCA CONDOS
Karpalhos 804- 3/2-
$2,500/mo
Paros 506,- 3 $2,300/rmo
Salina 303 4/3.5 -
$2,500/mo'"
Kaipatihos 201 43.
12,200/mo
6871"S.ATLANTIC
Beach front, imshed, 3/2,
me utlmete oceen nome
$3,000/mo
MARKER 33.
Your own boat slip with this
2/2 condo. Covered parking,
community pool,,and: ,.
gorgeous view.
From $950/mo
CEDAR DUNES
Pnvsae courtyard enflances
mis 3 bedroom iownhouse,
2.5 baths, family fdlendly
Pichen, fireplace
$1,000/mo
448 BOUCHELLE ISLAND
212condo, efficient kitchen
*nh laundry tiwedl vinga ee.
great intracoastal view.
$1,200/mo
NEW SMYRNA
MAINLAND
284SWEET BAY
3 bedrooms plus bonus
room. Kitchen with island,.
fireplace In family room,
formal dining room,
2 car garage.
$1,100/mo
594 MT. OLYMPUS
Brand new 2 bedroom
-townlouse Communl1
pool 2 5 bathns
$1,000/Moo
629 GLENDEVON DRIVE
2/2 with loft open Iioor
plan, fieplace
$850/mo
EDGEWATER
1517 MANGO TREE
2/1, new carpet,
garage, large yard.
$800/mo
1854 VICTORY PALM
Large, 3/2 with 2 car garage.
Split plan. Great area.
$950/mo
3130 INDIA PALM
2/2, screened porch, garage,
galley kitchen, front










DAYTONA BEACH- 2/1,
fam rm + den, fenced yd
w/shednew carpetSect 8
accepted. $799/mo +

deposit. 386-341-7500


35' WINNEBAGO 2001,
2/slideouts, 46k/mi., with
Back Br. Well maint. &
extras, N/S. Asking
$42,000. 386-956-0710
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In beautiful N. Georgia,
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& mountain lots. Call for
details or visit website:
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706-400-9973

GAINESVILLE, Florida
Keystone Heights golf
community, 1.87 acres,
336' road frontage, could
be separated. Reduced!
$65,500 772-971-1251
GEORGIA 10+ acres.
Ware County Georgia
near Waresboro on
McDonald Road, lots of
beautiful trees.
$22,500.00 for complete
package. 912-427-7062
Cell# 912-269-9349
GEORGIA Beautiful 3/2
cabin in North Georgia
Mtns. noisy stream,
spring water, decks,
wooded, secluded acces-
sible, near Carters Lake
& Fire station. $134,900.
706-273-4514"
GEORGIA QUIET,
COUNTRY LIVING.
3acre to 6acre lots. No
traffic/red lights. Only 20
mins. to large city of
Dublin. Owner financing
$110/mo. For pictures:
678-644-0547


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DAYTONA BEACH
Golfer's Paradisel LPGA
community 3/2/2, W/D,
screen porch, $1200/mo
F/S 386-852-8298 Leave
Message
EDGEWATER 3/2
House on very quiet
street, almost no traffic,
very attractive home
w/huge, fenced-in-yard,
new kitch. tile throughout
main living area. Deposit
negotiable. Good home,
for good family. $995/mo
1705 Dayton Avenue
386-405-4739
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.
ORMOND BCH Tomoka
River view 3br/2ba. Like
new. Secluded cul-de-
sac. Boat ramp available.
$1200/mo. 386-478-0437
ORMOND BEACH Pool
home. remodeled, 4bdrm
/3bath, wood floors, large
arage, fenced, pets ok.
1695/mo. inclds pool &
lawn svc. 386-383-6717
ORMOND BEACH gated
community 3 pools.
2Bdrm/2Bath living & din-
ing rms,kitchen, screened
porch, lawn maintenance
included, completely ren-
ovated.' $775/mo.
386-672-6899; 299-6737
PALM COAST- 4/2/2
2024sf, w/laminate firs.
W/D hookup. $995/mo.
Advantage Realty of
Palm Coast Inc.
386-986-4288
www.palmcoastflorida.us
PONCE INLET Pool
home unfurn., dock on
deep water canal, 2 biks
to beach, $1795/mo. 404-
734-7880; 843-341-5999
RENT OR LEASE
OPTION
4bdrm in Port- Orange
1436 Biloxi Ct.
3bdrm in New Smyrna
Bch 500 Conrad.
Broker/Owner Elmer Real
Estate 386-756-4774






ORMOND TRAILS TH
2br, 2.5ba, jacuzzi, fire-
place, end unit w/2 court
yards. 1600sf. $950.mo
386-672-9991



OAK' HILL 2/1 mobile
home, clean, quiet park,
$480/month plus deposit.
Eric 386-589-3358
ORMOND BEACH- Try
us first- You'll like usl
Quiet neat little adult park
1-br furn cottage Non
smoking only. No pets
$425/mo + utilities and
security 386-673-0494


RV TOWED car equip
Roadmaster Explorer tow
bar, with accessory kit
$300. Mounting brackets
for '04 Saturn Vue $150.
Roadmaster brake pro
towed car breaking
system $700.
386-761-3403


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GEORGIA RIVER
FRONT PROPERTY -
5-1/2 acres in Tattnall
County, between Collins
and Lyons on Hwy 292,
good roads, approximate-
ly 200ft frontage on beau-
tiful unsoiled ohoppee riv-
er, only $55,000.00 with
10% down and owner fi-
nancing 912-427-7062 or
Cell # 912-269-9349
GEORGIA Very Beauti-
ful high and dry lots
cleared and grassed with
beautiful trees In country
setting, located between
Claxton and Lyons on
Hwy 292 $18,000.00 per
tract with $1000.00 down
and owner financing or
discount for cash.
912-427-7062 or Cell#
912-269-9349
GEORGIA, Lawrenceville
3br/2ba+ofc, 3/4ac corner
lot, brick & vinyl siding,
deck, new windows,a/c &
heat. Great schools[
$142,000. 770-853-4084
LAND IS STILL THE .
BEST INVESTMENT -
Stop losing money in the
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
(1477-772-4452)
LAND SALE STEIN-
HATCHEE, FL Great
Hunting/ Fishing. Near
Gulf, 10 acres starting at
$49,000, 5% down pay-
ments starting $389/mo.
352-542-7835 cell
352-356-1099
Tell 'em you saw it In
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CLASSIFIED!
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PORT ORANGE 40+
comm, pool, gym rec
room, Jacuzzi, library
2/1.5, w/d, $395/mo. Also
rent to own 386-566-7239


PORT ORANGE Mobile
Home on private lot. 2 br
extra clean. New paint &
carpet. W/D inc. $650
mo. 386-451-5180
PORT ORANGE. Short
term rental 2 to 6 months.
Starting May 1st. 55+
community, 3/2 with car-
ort, beautifully furnished.
argue LR/DR & family rm.
$875/mo. 516-785-3236


lilT NOW
DAYTONA BCH Beville
Retail Center Prof/
Medical Offices 1000sf.
Build-Out Complete. 615
Beville Rd. Reduced rent
$795/mo. 386-233-3102
SO DAYTONA- US-1 2
units 1250 sqft ea. Units
can be a restaurant or
split for office/retail. Other
locations + sqft avail
386-871-6030/763-5044
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Vacation &
Travel


ENJOY A Mountain Va-
cation- at Eastern Ameri-
ca's highest town- Beach
Mountain, NC. Summer
fun without the blazing
heat- temperatures rarely
exceed 73 degrees.
www.GetAboveTheHeat.
com http:www. GetAbo-
veTheHeat.com 800-468-
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GATLINBURG TENN
Near Dollywood. Spend
your summer .in the
Smoky Mtns. 2 & 3 br
chalets with Mtn views,
hot tubs, Jacuzzis, game
rooms. Pet friendly.
1-877-2a15-3335
www.marysescape.com


FORD F150 2006 regular
cab. 1 owner, 25K miles
auto, AC/CD bed liner.
Garage kept. Immaculate
$11,750 386-503-4721
Affordable& & Effece
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MARATHON. LUXURY
1-6 bedroom vacation
homes. Beautiful ocean-
front properties. Pools,
hot tub, docks & morel
Weekly & long weekend
rates. Call now and Plan
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NEW SMYRNA- Sun
Beach Club 2/2 furnish-
ed. Avail 4/1 $500/wk
Call Susan Solon of
Grace Realty
386-235-4473


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NANTAHALA Real Es-
tate Co. National Geo-
graphic & ABC News has
rated this as a #1 summ-
er destination! Vacation
homes/rentals! White
water rafting Located in
Beautiful high elevation
western North Carolina
surrounded by the Nanta-
hala Nat'l Forest. Only
2.5 hours NE of Atlanta,
GA, only 1.5 hours out-
side Asheville, NC & 30
minutes NE of Murphy,
Pristine Lake, Lake/River
front mountain view,
large tracts 866-218-8439
www.nantahalaproperties
.com
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)
PANAMA Real Estate -
Deep water lots, 1/2acre
each In Bocas Del Toro.
$45,000/ea. Only 2 left!
dicnjuli@ymail.com
239-220-4502
TEXAS LAND SALEII
20 Acres, $0 Down.
Only $15,900., $159/mo.
Near Booming El Paso.
Beautiful Mountain
Views. No Credit Checks.
Money Back Guarantee.
Roads/Surveyed.
1-800-843-7537
www.sunsetranches.com
VIRGINIA MTN LAND
CLOSEOUT SALE
2.5 acres with pond with
stocked trout stream,
$29,500, must sell.
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TITUSVILLE Month
FREEI (*wfth this ad.)
Offices from 1 0-4000sf
Totally renovated w/view
of Cape Cana eral. Co
Brokers welcome. Call
Miriam at 954-961-0500



ORMOND BEACH -
North US1, w/ofc &bath
1,000sf $485m similar
savings on r 250sq.ft.
386-451-4018/672-1276 -


NORTH CAROLINA
MOUNTAINS
Discounted rates
available, including Pet
friendly units!
Don't forget your
summer rental.
Call now to reserve your
vacation!
Foscoe Rentals
1-800-723-7341
www.foscoerenlals.com
ST. AUGUSTINE BCH
Oceanview Condo fr
$99n $779/wk, House
from $199n $1399 wk,
Oceanfront wedding $359
nite, or Historic Dist from
$129/n. Disc cruises ft
$289pp. 904-825-1911
www.sunstatevacadon.com
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Boats
1 Watercraft


21' DECK BOAT 2002
Hurricane Model GS-211
Yamaha 150HP 2-cycle
Center Console, fish
package, garman GPS,
ski tower, Porta potti, SS
prop, Depth finder, VHF
Radio, AM/FM radio, Play
pen cover. Continental
2005 trailer with brakes
lights. Boat is garaged in
Astor, Lake County
$16,000. 386-453-7243
34' WELLCRAFT Scarab
II, 1985. Twin 454's,
clean fast cigarette boat,
fully equipped, ready to
run, full canvas, sleeps 3,
dry stored Brevard Coun-
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PARTING OUT 23' Cutty
Cabin boat Professionally
rebuilt 351 Ford Engine
with OMC outdrive
$2500. Misc other Items
Including tandem axle
trailer. 386-673-5304
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