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    Section A: Main: Calendar
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    Section A: Main: Obituaries
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    Section A: Main: Beach Living
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    Section A: Main: Beach Living: Engagements
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    Section A: Main: Beach Living: Education
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    Section B: Sports
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MIDWEEK EDITION

JANUARY 18, 2006

Education news,

See A-10


TheACH


Vol. 43, No. 60


Spend all day in
the kitchen,


See Kathy's
Cooks,
A-8


LEADER


Serving the communities of Atlantic Beach, Jacksonville Beach, Neptune Beach, Mayport and Ponte Vedra Beach since 1963


Waterfront walkway proposed for Mayport fishing village


by JEFFREY MINTON
STAFF WRITER
A development company that
recently purchased a large portion of
the waterfront property in Mayport
Village is interested in working with
the city of Jacksonville to construct a
public boardwalk along the water-
front, according to officials with
Mayport Waterfront Partnership
Tuesday.
Partnership Chairman John
Reserve said Tuesday that Vestcorp
recently closed on several properties
in the historic fishing village in
Jacksonville. Some of the properties


which have been sold along Ocean
Street are the La Cruise restaurant and
its parking lot across the street, the
Atlantic Seafood (formerly Parson'si
property, a basin, three parcels of land
across from the waterfront and the
former Waterfront Partnership build-
ing, he said.
"They [Vestcorp] own about 500 to
600 feet of the waterfront property
plus a lot of land across the road,"
Nleserve said at the partnership's
monthly meeting, adding that anoth-
er property was expec-ted --c
Tuesday and at least iv6w other parcels
are under contract.
The company has plans to develop


commercial properties with residen-
tial units on the upper levels along
the waterfront and wants to maintain
public access to the water with a
boardwalk, said partnership project
manager Ed Lukacovic Tuesday.
"The developer does plan to make
access to the waterfront available to
the public," Lukacosic said. "That's
very important to him."
"His hope is he would like the city
[of Jacksonville] to go in with him for
some kind of riverwalk or boardwalk."
Lukaco\ic met with the developer
recentlyy and said that Vestcorp is
interested in maintaining the village'ss
fishing and shrimping industry.


"The whole idea is there's a market
for people who would love that type
of atmosphere," he said.
Meserve and Lukacovic said the
boardwalk, whose location is given
only as along the waterfront, would
be a good addition to the community.
The partnership board late last year
heard concerns from village residents
who said they feared that anticipated
development in the area would push
out the fishing industry. They
expressed concern that newcomers to
the village who could spend upwards
of $500,000 on a condo may not want
to live around the sights, sounds and
smells of a fishing village.


But board members at that time
and again this week said that keeping
the village's fishing and shrimping
industry intact is their main goal
amidst the wave of development.
Tuesday the board unanimously
approved adding language in a pro-
posed zoning overlay for the village
that recognizes the village'ss fishing
heritage. The language acknowledges
that with the fishing industry comes
certain things such as fish odor and
fishing equipment stored on resident,
tial properties.


See MAYPORT, A-3


Pit bull


attack is


reported


by LIZA MITCHELL
STAFF WRITER
With an off-leash dog park
open for pets of all sizes on
Penman Road, Jacksonville
Beach residents Lance and Janet
Folsom still enjoyed peaceful
outings with dogs Casey and
Sidney at their quaint neighbor-
hood Tall Pines Park.
But on Jan. 4, the serene
Atmosphere at the tree-lined
park was shattered when two
renegade pit bulls charged the
Folsom's two 18-pound dogs,
police reported.
"We were just sitting there
when we saw two big dogs run
toward us from 9th Avenue
North," said Lance Folsom, a
former member of the city's
S Planning Commission.
Folsom said the dogs
"swooped in and attacked
Sidney, an Australian terrier. His
wife Janet, holding Casey, the
couple's 14-year-old Westie, was
knocked to the ground with the
dog.
With Sidney locked in the
jaws of one of the pit bulls,
Folsom said he struggled to free
the dog while helping his wife,
get to her feet while keeping a
hold on Casey.
"We were rolling around on
the ground and they kept latch-
ing on the dogs," he said. "I
don't know how long it went
on. It went on for a while."
Folsom said the couple were
finally able to stagger over to the
park's playground equipment
where the male.and female pit
bulls continued to try and prey
on the dogs.
"I think the hand of God
Reached in and pulled us up," he
said.
During the attack, Folsom sus-
tained a bite on the top of his
left hand. Janet Folsom was bit-
ten three times on her left hand
and the dogs both suffered
puncture wounds, police report-
Sed.
"They did not require sutures
but we were worried about infec-
tion," Folsom said.
Using his cell phone, Folsom
called the Jacksonville Beach
Police Department and disco'v-
ered that this was-not the first
incident involving these partic-
ular animals.
"[Animal Control Officer
Robert Wade] knew the dogs.
They live in front of the park at
9th Avenue North," he said.
"He's got a file on both dogs."
The file notes a near-fatal
attack last July, also at Tall Pines
Park. The victim in the July 15
attack was a maltese, who suf-
fered life-threatening injuries
including a collapsed lung.

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Gonzales Park at 10th Street and Second Avenue North is among several Jacksonville Beach
parks slated for upgrades this year. Improvements will include landscaping, new picnic shelters, a
new block sign wall and a decorative path system.


JB plans park



improvements


by LIZA MITCHELL
STAFF WRITER
Several Jacksonville Beach
park projects ranging from
minor repairs to major
upgrades are slated to begin
this year.
City Manriger George Forbes
in a recent memo detailed
upcoming park plans designed
to improve the city's recre-
ational facilities.---
At the south end, renova-
tions to the Huguenot Tennis
Center are expected to be com-
pleted at the end of the month,
Forbes said. r
The City Council last August
approved $57,422 for improve-
ments to the tennis center to
help tennis patrons.
Upgrades include relocating
the existing pro shop to the
covered patio on the south side
of the facility to offer a better
view of the courts, more acces-
sible restroom facilities and a
lounge area.
A new backboard will be
installed to provide a practice
area for beginners without dis-
rupting regular play on the
courts. The backboard will be


positioned west of the tennis
courts adjacent to the pond
and along 3rd Street South.
"Restroom renovations and
court repairs on court 7 are
scheduled to be completed by
the end of January," he said;.
"The items left to complete orr
the hitting wall are the fence
and gates."
Ribbon curbing will be
installed along the edges of the
tennis courts to-reinforce the
asphalt to prevent further ero-
sion.
Other ongoing winter
improvements include adding
new sand to the volleyball
court and beneath the play)
ground equipment at the
Oceanfront Park at 6th Avenue
South.
Crews will thin out several
wooded sites around the 12th
Avenue South Park to increase
police patrols around the area.
Minor repairs to posts and
railings inside the Sunshine
Park playground are complete
and additional mulch is also
being placed beneath the play-
ground equipment.

See PARKS, A-3


Mom guilty in twins' deaths


BY LAURA FOWLER
STAFF WRITER R
.Leslie Demeniuk was found
guilty Tuesday of two counts of
first-degree murder in the
deaths of her twin 4-year-old
sons in her father's Ponte Vedra
condominium almost five years
ago.
The six-member jury deliber-
ated about two hours Monday
and just over one hour Tuesday
before finding Demeniuk, 36,
guilty of killing her sons by
shooting them in the head.

Florida law requires a sen-
tence of life without parole for
each count of first-degree mur-
der. The state is not seeking the
death penalty.
By the end of the week,
Circuit Judge John Alexander
was expected to set a sentenc-
ing date within the next 30
days.
Deliberations began around
4:30 p.m. Monday after jurors
listened to closing arguments.
"She knew that what she had
done was wrong"' Noah
McKinnon, assistant s:te attor-
ney, told jurors about the
March 17, 2001 deaths of James
and John Demeniuk.
"The intent to kill was in her
mind when she looked into


Dames'] face, put the gun to his
forehead and pulled the trig-
ger."
According to McKinnon,
Demeniuk was watching televi-
sion with her sons that day in
her father's Sawgrass condo-
minium where she was living
with the boys.
Demeniuk was in the process
of getting a divorce from the
boys' father, Tommy
Demeniuk.
McKinnon said Demeniuk
walked to her father's closet and
pulled out a gun. She loaded
the gun, walked back into her
bedroom, and shot James in the
forehead while he was lying
down, he said.
John began to run away in
panic, McKinnon said. His
mother shot and missed him
twice before catching him and
ending his life the same way.
Using the words of several
witnesses who spoke with
Demeniuk on the day of the
murders, McKinnon argued
that she was "sane" when she
pulled the trigger..
Friends and family along
with deputies and medical staff
who encountered her that day
all said Demeniuk did not seem
insane.


photo by ROB DeANGELO
Leslie Demeniuk watches
closing statements Monday
afternoon in a St. Augustine
courtroom.

Defense attorney Bill
Sheppard countered that
Demeniuk was delusional and
suicidal.
Sheppard said that she saw
the boys as an extension of her-
self and that she intended to
shoot herself after killing the
boys to end all of their unhap-
piness.
But she never got that far,
Sheppard said.


"The only explanation for
this hideous, hideous act is that
she thought she was saving her
children," Sheppard told the
jury.
Demeniuk, who seemed
reserved -and unemotional
throughout most of the trial,
.began to quietly weep during
closing arguments.
Her father, who sat behind
her in the audience during the
two weeks of the trial, also
seemed unaffected by the court
proceedings.
Sheppard said Demeniuk's
delusional state of mind on the
day of the murders was "gener-
ated by the medication she was
taking," which included Xanax
and the antidepressant Paxil.
Based on the testimony of
some expert witnesses,
Sheppard said selective sera-
tonin reuptake inhibitors
(SSRI's) like Paxil may some-
times produce rare side effects
such as suicidal and homicidal
thoughts and psychosis.
He also said the drugs are
associated with alcohol abuse.
Demeniuk's blood alcohol level
was 0.27 more than three
times the legal level of intoxica-
tion on the day of the mur-
ders. ..'


"Where we are is on the cut-
ting edge of 'what do these
drugs do to us?'" Sheppard said.
"And I don't think we know."
But McKinnon argued that
Demeniuk was always "a
drinker" and pointed out that
several witnesses said she could
hold her liquor very well.
"She chose a path in life that
was destructive, and that
destructive path lead her t6
where she is sitting today,"
McKinnon said pointing to the
defendant.
John Tanner, state attorney
for the 7th Judicial CircuiE,
which includes St. Johns, said
Tuesday that the jury's three
hours of deliberation was about
average in cases where the
defendant admits to the
killings.
"The technical evidence was
certainly lengthy, but the facts
of the killings were not in dis-
pute at all," Tanner said in a
telephone interview.
"I believe the jury gave a fair
consideration. I think it's good
that they had a night's rest."
Although an appeal by the
defense is only automatic in
death penalty cases, Tanner said
an appeal in this case would be
expected.


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Calendar.................-6 Opinion ..................A-4
Classified ................B-5 Police Beat ..............A-5
Fishing .................... B-2 Sports ....................B-1
Obituaries .............A-7 Weather...................A-2
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January 18, 2006


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MBriefs


Dog classes to begin
Dog obedience classes spon-
sored by the city of.
Jacksonville Beach will be held
on Wednesday evenings at the
city RecreationiDepartment on
Penman Road beginning Feb.
1.
Five weekly classes on dog
manners, using motivational
methods, are included in the
$65 fee.
The first class will be held 7
'p.m. to 8:45 'p.m. for owners
Only no dogs. The four
remaining classes will be held
7 p.m. to '8 p.m.
SClasses are held at 321 N.
Penman Road. For informa-
ti (Wif, lhl 73 *90@. zsitinr.rm
?r ir('t rl-il;1' liror ic- dem ifR.(7n ->^
Free trees offered
Five free crape myrtle trees
will be given to each person
1who joins th'e National Arbor
Day Foundation this month.
Membership is $10.
The trees will be shipped
postpaid at the right time for
planting, between Feb. 1 and,
May 31. Planting instructions
will be included;
''The trees, 6 inches to 12
inches high, are guaranteed to.
'grow and will be replaced free
of charge.
Members also receive a sub-
scription to the foundation's
bimonthly publication, "Arbor
Day," and "The Tree Book"
with information about 'tree


planting and care.
To receive the free trees,
send $10 to Five Crapemyrtles,
National. Arbor Day
Foundation, 100 Arbor Ave.,
Nebraska City, Neb., 68410.
The deadline is Jan. 31.

Beaches Watch meets
The Beaches Watch monthly
meeting will be held at 7 p.m.
Wednesday, Feb. 1, at Fletcher
High School. The meeting is
open to the public., For infor-
mation, call 513-9242.
eswatch.com.

Sign-ups for girls' run
Registration is open tor Girls
Ion the Run of N6rtheast
Florida, an after-school pro-
gram for girls in grades three
through six that combines
running, training for a 5K
run/walk and education in
healthy living.
Spring programs begin next
month and will be held at var-
ious locations in Ponte Vedra
Beach, Atlantic Beach and
Jacksonville.
For more information, visit
www.GOTRnetlorida.org or
call 321-4315. The deadline to
register is Jan. 27.


Stargazing at Guana
An introduction to. viewing
the night sky will be given 6
p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday, Jan. 27,


at the Guana reserve's
Environmental .' Education
Center south of :Pbnte Vedra.
Starry Nights, an interactive.
computer program, will be
shown in the, auditorium
before the gathering heads
outside to view the stars.
The cost is $5, and space is
limited. Call (904) 823-4500
for reservations.
The education center at the
Guana Tolomato' Matanzas
.National Estuarine Research
Reserve is located near the
Guana dam, off State Road
A1A about 12 miles south of
Mickler Road. ,,

Garage sale bas afiJagj
rf cAI Jaguar automobile., origi-
nal art, Oriental rugs, linens,
Baleek china and furniture are
among the items being offered
for purchase Saturday Jan. 21,
at an estate sale to benefit
Christ Episcopal Church,
Ponte Vedra.
The sale will take place at
335 San Juan Drive from 10
a.m. to 5 p.m. China Cat
Antiques is assisting the Christ
Church Foundation with the
sale of items that have been
donated to the church.
The' foundation provides
full-tuition college scholar-
ships every year to graduating
seniors in the area. Other local
charities that benefit from the
foundation : ar Beaches


Habitat, Young Life, Mission
House, Support Our Students
and BEAM.
For information or to make a
donation for the sale, call Stacy
Nash at 285-7390, ext. 235.

Judaism 101
'A crash course in basic
Judaism will be given on three
Wednesday evenings begin-
ning 7 'p.m. Feb. 1 by Rabbi
Nochum Kurinsky of Chabad
@ the Beaches, Ponte Vedra.
The three lectures will offer
basic introduction to Jewish
.philosophy and observance,
covering such topics as belief
in God, prayer, the Sabbath,
aai teiR )it 1in '" J .... '"'
"'. The class 'will 'be give at
Chabad @' the Beaches' Center
for Jewish Life, 521 State Road
A1A N., directly across from
the Ponte Vedra Beach Branch
Library. ,
No prior knowledge is neces-
sary, and a donation of $36 is
suggested with advanced regis-
tration. To register or for more
information call Chabad @C the
Beaches at 904-285-1588, or
via e-mail Classes@chabad-
beaches.com. :

Year of the Dog party
Preschoolers and toddlers
are invited to.a celebration of
the Chinese New Year at 10
-a.m. Friday, Jan. 27, at the


PZAto review Nocatee's improvements to CR210


by LAURA FOWLER
STAFF WRITER
More pieces of the 15,000-
acre Nocatee puzzle will go
before the St. Johns County
Planning and Zoning Agency
(PZA) Thursday, as the incre-
mental development west of
the Intracoastal Waterway con-
tinues to progress.
SThe PARC group, developers
of Nocatee, are seeking the
PZA's approval of the second
phase of road improvements to
County Road 210 along with a
site plan for another neighbor-
hood and a deadline extension
for the construction of a fire
station.
"[Nocatee] is an incremental
master development plan,"
Lindsay Haga, a planner for
the county, said in an inter-
view Tuesday.
Because Nocatee is so large,
Haga said the developer will
gradually present to the PZA
each site plan for new neigh-
borhoods and commercial cen-
ters until the development
reaches build-out in about 25
years.
"This will provide for more
public involvement," Haga
said.
SBeing built along'both sides
of 210 between the
Intracoastal Waterway and U.S.
1, Nocatee is expected to bring
about 35,000 years by the time
it is complete.
Out of about 10 "villages" in
Nocatee, two have already


been approved: Oak Hammock
Village, an age-restricted
neighborhood, and Coastal
Oaks at Nocatee, an upscale,
gated community.
The first homes in these
neighborhoods are expected to
be finished in early 2007.
On' Thursday, the PZA will
consider another neighbor-
hood called Town Center
South, a 589 unit development
which lies just south of the
"loop road" that will circle the
,town center.
SThe designs for the 379 sin-
gle family and 160 multifamily
units will follow a "traditional
neighborhood" theme, accord-
ing to Haga.
This will include a grid net-
work in the street patterns and
about four acres of parks with-
in walking distance.
.Developers also have been
working with St. Johns County
Fire Services to determine the
best site for a fire station in
Nocatee.
According to John .Ruley,
plan reviewer for the Fire
Department, that station will
be somewhere within the town
center in order to maintain an
average response time of 6
minutes.
"We're in agreement that the
town center would be the most
likable place and it also would
fit into the old town concept
of the construction [in that
area]," Ruley said.
An exact site for the fire sta-


tion has not been designated,
but Ruley said based on the
gradual population increase in
Nocatee, the station will not
be needed until about 2010.
Until that time, a fire station
that is to be built at Pine Island
Road and U.S. 1 in the ,next
few years will provide fire serv-
ice to Nocatee residents.
As for the road improve-
ments, Haga said that the PZA
will consider the plans for


phase 2 of the Nocatee
Parkway the new 210 -
which will extend Racetrack
Road.
Haga said phase 2 of the
road improvements should
begin some time before 2009 if
approved by the PZA.
The PZA will meetThursday
at 1:30 p.m. in the county
auditorium at the county's
administrative complex, 4020
Lewis Speedway, St. Augustine.


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i There will be games, crafts,
activities and refreshments.
Children will win prizes for
their participation.
Visitors are encouraged to
wear red and gold, colors that
are typical for the New Year.
This year, which begins Jan.
29, is the Year of the Dog.

Women's connection
The Atlantic Beach Women's
Connection will hold its next
meeting Feb. 1 at Selva Marina
Country Club.
Reservations deadline is Jan.
30. Call 221-0670.
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Book signing 3 .s
Florida mystery writer Tom
Corcoran will be at The
Bookmark at 7 p.m. Friday,
Jan. 27, to read from and sign
copies of his latest book "Air
Dance Iguana: An Alex
Rutledge Mystery.".
Best-selling author Deborah
Ford will be at The Bookmark
at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 31;
to talk about and sign copies of
her new book "GRITS Friends
are Forevah: A.Southern-Style
Celebration of Women."
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Cont. from A-1
Also at the south end, a com-
mittee will sdon consider pre-
sentations from two design
firms vying for the contract to
build the new parks and recre-
ation building at the South
Beach Park adjacent to the
playground and new fire sta-
tion.
"We are going to be having a
committee meeting some time
in early iFebruary," said
Assistant City Manager Roy
Paxson, who is overseeing the
project and is on the commit-
tee charged with making the
final recommendation to the
City Council.
Planning and Development
Director Steve Lindorff, Jimmy
Wilkins of the Parks and
Recreation Department and
Fire Chief Gary Frazier also sit
on the committee.
A fifth member may partici-
pate in the process if schedul-
ing conflicts do not arise,
Paxson said.
The' Community
Redevelopment Agency last
October authorized the city to
accept proposals from qualified
firms to construct the 3,000-
square-foot building replacing,
the present Penman Road facil-
ity.
Paxson said committee
members will look at. each
firm's past accomplishments,
capabilities and "will pick who
can do the best job to construct
the new parks and rec building
at South Beach Park."
Lindorff said the construc-


tion companies must also
prove their ability to design a
building able to withstand
harsh storm conditions.
"It is our intent to have the
architectural firm who is select-
ed to do the design part of this
. contract to look into ways
that the building can be hard-
ened against tropical storms,"
Lindorff said at the Oct. 17
meeting.
The new facility planned
near the South Beach Fire
Station will serve as a second-
ary municipal site if the
Jacksonville Beach City Hall is
rendered inoperable during a
hurricane.
"The building will be pre-
wired and set up so that we can
set up our computer systems
and essentially perhaps even
operate the city government
out of, that location in the
event that [City Hall] is dam-
aged or destroyed," Lindorff
said.
The new facility will be
designed to function as a gov-
ernment building with elevat-
ed construction to resist "some
of the storms that we get or
might expect to get,"he said.
Features will include a
kitchen, meeting, area, storage
space, administrative offices,
locker roomsand restrooms.
Paxson said based on the
present calendar, the commit-
tee will forward its recommen-
dation to the City Council to
award the contract in early
March..
Construction will be com-


pleted in multiple phases, city
planners said, beginning with
the preparation of the master
development plan.
The master plan will also
address parking, fencing, secu-
rity systems, fire sprinkler, util-
ity infrastructure *and signage
and the possibility for future
expansion of the facility up to
5,000-square-feet.
The existing building will be
demolished and the site con-
verted to "some kind of recre-
ational use 'in conjunction
with the other. facilities that
are already there," Lindorff
said.
Bids were received Dec. 28
from firms to complete irriga-
tion and landscaping improve-
ments at Gonzales Park at 10th
Street and Second Avenue
North.
The landscaping plan featur-
ing flowering trees, hedges and
various types of palms and
other upgrades to spruce up
the playground and picnic area
were approved by city officials
last, February.
A sidewalk system of decora-
tive pavers will wind through-
out the park and a new irriga-
tion system, picnic pavilions,
shade structures and entry sig-
nage will be installed.
City planners are still obtain-
ing prices for block sign wall,
parking and sidewalks to help
beautify the park. The total
cost for the park upgrades is
estimated at $308,000 includ-
ing a 10 percent contingency.


.photo suomitea
The Exchange Club of the Beaches will hold its annual Casino Night on Saturday, Feb. 11, at
Selva Marina Country Club in Atlantic Beach. The event will be held from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. The
cost is $25 per person and includes chips, cash bar, hor d'oeuvres, music and prizes. Tickets will
be available at the door or in advance by calling 273-0160.


ayport: New owners for ome land


S Cont. from A-1i
The partnership ,and the
city of Jacksonville are
attempting to move forward
with proposed. "minor
changes" to the village's cur-
rent -overlay zone to better'
"shape" future development
in the historical fishing vil-


Dog Bite: Couple's pets attacked by pit bulls


Cont. from A-1
"We are all on, the mend,"
Folsom said. "We got lucky but
I don't want anyone else to
'have to go through what we
did."
One of the dogs was later
apprehended after the attack
and the other was followed
back home. Both were placed
under mandatory quarantine
for 10 days which lifted Jan.
14.
A dog confiscated by animal:
control shall be placed in quar-
antine if necessary, for the
proper length of time, .or
impounded and held for 10
days during which time the
owner can request a hearing in
the county court, the ordi-
nance states.. A;c, ,,
Folsom I said the Code
Enforcement Board will hear


his case at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan.
24. The board must decide
whether the dogs should be
deemed dangerous.
Dangerous dogs are classi-
fied as dogs that have aggres-
sively attacked or bitten a
human being on public of pri-
vate property, causing severe
injury.
It also refers to a dog that
has more than once inflicted a'
serious, unprovoked injury or
killed a domestic animal while
off the owner's property or
chased someone on the streets,
sidewalk or other public area.
During a chase complaint,
the actions must be attested by
sworn statement by one or
pre rerss d invi~;ga d
by the animal cotrlfggerB
. Dogs, deemed' dangerous,
whether bred to be or not, are
to be kept indoors or corralled


outdoors in a covered cage,
kennel or other protective
structure. .
SIf they are, the animals must
be muzzled or restrained by a
substantial chain or leash
whenever they are outside of
the enclosure.
Jacksonville Beach Police
Sgt. Tom Bingham Tuesday
said the CEB will hear four
other cases, all involving dog
bites.
On Jan. 5, -a yorkie terrier
required several' stitches to
close one of several wounds
sustained during an,attack by
two Australian blue healers in
the 700 block of 3rd Ave. N.
The 81-year-old owner of
the yorkie was knocked to the
grfide after. ishe :became
entangled in her dog's leash
during the struggle.
A miniature pincher and a


black labrador. retriever were
attacked Jan. 16 by two bull-
dogs in the 1300 block of 8th
:Street North.
Both dogs were bitten but.
the miniature pincher was seri-
'ously wounded and is still
undergoing treatment.
Two of the cases were carried
over from 2005, including a
bull dog that bit a 69-year-old
-ran on his right thigh in the
200 block of 8th St. N. and two,
pit bulls that attacked two cats
in December.
One of the cats was killed.
SFolsom said he hopes going
before the board will encour-
age dog owners to take respon-
sibility for their pets.
The ownerstof a doghat is
namiedis d dangerousvanimal
-,are requi'edt6~register aitntiil-
ly with the city and pay a $50
registration fee.


lage.
Meserve said in a telephone
interview Tuesday that the
board researched. what other.
waterfront fishing communi-
ty's have done to protect the
fishing industry amidst devel-
opment. He said that the vil-
lage's zoning needs to protect
those things that generally are
associated with the fishing
industry.
"You've got a fishing village
out here ... and that ought to
be part and parcel of the zon-:
ing," he said.
The partnership board
members Tuesday also said
they intend to make sure that
the planned development
does not do anything to jeop-
ardize the vitality of adjacent
Mayport Navy Base.
Specifically, they said, they
want to make sure not to play
a role in any possible, Base
Realignment and Closure
(BRAC) for the base.
"The military is get-
tirig very nervous about com-
munities building up close to
military facilities. It creates a
potential problem," he said,
adding that people in com-
munities adjacent to. bases*
complain about such things
as aircraft. noise, "Instead of


60 to 70 families out here [in
Mayport Village], you could
have a couple of hundred and
the base starts receive phone
calls complaining of noisy
helicopters. It creates a poten-
tial problem ... and might
become a future BRAC issue."
: "We need to take
steps to keep us happy with
the Navy."
Meserve said that the
board is working with the
navy base to keep military
officials informed of the
developer's plans. And he said
that Vestcorp has agreed to
meet with Mayport Navy Base
Commander Charlie King.
"Is he [King] a little
nervous of having Mayport
Village build up too much?
Sure," Meserve said.
But he said that the
partnership will work with
the developer to make sure
that potential buyers know
that they are buying next to a
military base and are
informed of the activities that
.go along with that.
"Basically we want to
make sure that anyone who
buys out here at least the
first generation ,-pwt''h~ t
they're getting into," he said.


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Boardwalk along river

at Mayport Village

is interesting proposal
Change is coming to Mayport Fishing Village.
It's been discussed for months and this week brings
confirmation that a developer has bought a good deal of
property in the area.
That announcement was made. as members of the
Mayport Waterfront Partnership also heard plans for a
boardwalk to be built along the waterfront in the historic
; fishing village.
It is an intriguing prospect and, unfortunately, a little
i- disturbing.
It is an intriguing amenity and certainly all who enjoy
S Mayport want to safeguard the public's access to the
waterfront. A boardwalk; similar to the riverwalk in
downtown Jacksonville, could very well protect and pro-
vide future access and that is to be encouraged.
Those who enjoy the village's.waterfront vistas may
: .also find the boardwalk plan a little disturbing as the
anticipated need for such a walkway is an indicator of
What is coming.
Currently, no one who visits the village lacks for oppor-
o i .I.tunityto.see-theaatejfront or even get an up close view
S of shrimpers at work on thedo2&ks.. -.--- .
0:.. Plans for high rises and other development will change'" .
S the face (and skyline) of the village. A boardwalk to afford
the public continued access to a scenic waterfront may
prove to be a welcome addition to the area as develop-
ment continues.
The need for the boardwalk may dismay some. It would
S be even more dismaying, though, not to pursue the
; county's collaboration on getting such a structure built a
h for public use.

SLetters to. the editor:

Still proud to be a season

ticket holder for Jags

i To the editor: new receivers. I also loved the
T; hank you Jaguars. : .: way David stepped in and
I just want to thank the started honing up his Skills
Jaguar players and the entire' too. Sure I am sorry we got
association for a very good blown out of the New England
year. game, but since I was just hop-
At the first of the season I ing for 9 solid wins, I am still
was just hoping we would win very proud to be a season tick-
1 9 games before the last second et holder. I actually hold 3 sea-
of the game. Well, we did that son tickets. I hope Mr. Weavel
and more. Good Job. It.is real- will not price me out of my
ly nice'to see the team improv- cheap seats, but until that hap-
ing as much as they did over pens, I will be there enjoying
the last year, the Jaguar Game Day experi-
I really liy ttrq i i.ttwid h, ,.ee |eI
started thi6moing the ball down Go Jags.
the field as well as spreading it Bobby Riggins.
Around to many of the good Jacksonville Beach



Good condition mInns

little out of context

on utility purchase

To the editor: lem is my father is 91 years old
St. Johns County ard who would consider pay-


Commissioners continue the iring a
march to acquire St. Johns organ
Service Company water and We a
sewer utility. The County has' do uti
Received the Due Diligence good
Study on the condition of .St, that rr
Johns Service Company. sewera
Citizens and consumers and sc
Beware! The Engineering placed
.: report by PBS&J says repeated- claims
Iv that System is in "generally Cormr
good condition for similar sys-. beware
., teams of similar age."
My father is in extremely
good condition for similar
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More letters to the editor:


Potential threat topeople, dogs


To the editor: It should
I am writing this letter to the editor to inform above two
the public about a potential threat to the safety presence of
of people and their dogs who use Tall Pines Park, pre\
Park, which is located in the 1700 Block of injuries to
Ninth Avenue North in Jacksonville'Beach. of its owne
The following incident has not been reported 'Pines Park.
which would have alerted the public to this The office
potential threat,.and thus the reason for this let- # 20050007
ter. The 10-d;
On Wednesday, Jan. 4, 2006 at 2:15 p.m., my two Pit Bull
wife, our two 18-pound dogs, and myself were 2006 and tl
attacked and injured in the middle of Tall Pines ble to be re'
Park by two adult Pit Bull dogs, a brown female The Jacks'
and a white female, that live directly across kindly offe
from the Park. released. At
The attack was very sudden and without .. cation has .
warning. These two dogs ran into the park with!- I am hap1
out barking or other noise and ran straight for to make a
our two smalfdogs and vicious attacked them, recovering I
and my wife, who was holding our partially a very long
blind, 14-year-old dog in her arms.... It is our
Their intent dearly was to kill our two small have to exp
1do sv.' 1hibh att hkg..ddr'irfldren now thapoU, ,i.. f
fobr daughters hAsv rroved'ut and are now liv-' 'a .
ing on their own in other states. .


be noted that on July 15, 2005, the
pit bull dogs, being offleash in the
one of their owners in Tall Pines
.iously inflicted. lifethreatening
a Maltese dog, who was in the arms,
r on 18th Street N. adjacent to Tall
al city report of this incident is CCR
061.
ay Quarantine Period on the above
1 Dogs expired on Saturday, Jan. 14,
these two pit bull dogs are now eligi-
claimed by their two owners.
onville Beach Police Department'has
ered to notify us when they are
the writing of this letter, no notifi-
been received.
py to report that we all are expected
complete physical recovery, but
from the emotional trauma will take
time.
sincere hope that no one else will
eerience what we did.

Jacksonville Beach


Stopping evolution of Atlantic

Beachis super-egotistical


To the editor:
I presented the following
comments to the Atlantic Beach
City Commission at their meet-
ing on Jan. 10, 2006:
I think that this Commission
believes that they have been,


premium to have an mandated to stop the evolution
donation from him! of Atlantic-Beach..
11 deteriorate with age as I do not believe that the elec-
ity systems., "Generally torate gave that mandate, since
condition," what does it was, in fact, the former
ean? They had 10 raw Commission that hired the
ge spills just last year Winter's Group to "preserve the
me victims are still dis- community character of Old
and have outstanding Atlantic-Beach."
S Has our County I do believe that a mafor fac-
ission ever heard "buyer tor in the incumbents being
?" voted out was a perceived, true
Ed Cowan or not, waste of citizens' money
Sanitary Enginieer on the 5-way intersection. The
Ponte Vedra Beach cost of the change to the 5 way
intersection wilbbe dwarfed by
the lost tax revenues and utility
.. .... -fes',-by--wtaat- yo hv lbrre"-
and what you apparently plan
LT EAD'ER on doing. Let me enumerate:
1- A 1) Not permitting the appar-
ently legal subdivision of a huge
LEADER lot into three larger than legal
lots will cost approximately
e Kathleen Haran $80,000 per year in lost real
estate taxes and the lost utility
Editor, Ponte Vedr Leade fees from two utbuilt homes,
both figures in perpetuity. ,
Jfe e 2) Creating new "large lot
Jennifer Wise zoning" will prevent the cre-
ViceAsidet action of innumerable building
lots. I do not know how many
or how much that will cost
S Distribution since I haven't seen any figures
n on how many lots are affected. I
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doubt if anyone knows.
. 3):. Establishing pools as
impervious cuts down on the
size of the home by the surface
area of the pool, i.e. a 20 x 30:
pool by '$250 per square foot
times 2 floors equals $300,000
thus reducing the taxable value
by that amount..
4). Taking 'over the.
responsibility of the city staff to
administer the zoning codes,
adds uncertainty and thus low-
ers the value of properties, since
not even staff can tell a seller or
buyer what they would be per-
mitted to do..
Being an engineer and
investor, I like to see facts, fig-
ures and .reasons in justifying
actions.'I see no facts, figures or
reasons for what I have.cited.
Our schools, roads, public
utilities and population density
-are nowhere near any failure
point. The fundss 'lost by your
actions could, in fact, create
more sidewalks, parks, mainte-
nance, infrastructure and posi-
tive projects that you may see fit
to implement to improve our
quality of life.
In my opinion, stopping the
evolution of Atlantic Beach is
super-egotistical since it, is say-
ing that the millions of years of
evolution should stop now -
because this is the blip in time,
that I walk the earth.
Atlantic Beach has evolved
into a desirable upscale commu-
nity and deserves to have desir-


able upscale homes that con-
temporary and future citizens,
and our children, would want
to live in. .-
'I believe that government
should 'concentrate on helping
to maximize the value of our
land and homes not hinder-
ing the dreams ,of its citizens.
Community. character is fos-
tered by cooperation with the
citizenry, not more rules, regula-
tions, restrictions and require-
ments.
Many' citizens of Atlantic
Beach want to replace function-
ally obsolescent homes with
magnificent mansions they
are doing it! It is not some alien
coming in and dropping a big
box and leaving it is a citizen
of Atlantic Beach, building or
replacing a home with a home
that they wish to live in.
Pitting one citizen against
another does not help commu-
nity character. Maiiy of us say
let existing zoning and compre-
hensive plan govern not some
busy body who reflectss the
human tendency towards intol-
erance and self-centeredness.
Some, people are not satisfied
unless they can deny other peo-
ple the freedom to make choic-
es for themselves. I and many
others say let evolution contin-
ue. Thank you for your atten-
tion.
Peter Sapia
Atlantic Beach


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things

happen to

good folks?

If I had had the choice of
sitting across the dinner
table from either the Rev.
Pat Robertson, obviously
God,s personal secretary, or
my friend C. Jack Barnes,
who claimed no special privi-
lege, I would have chosen
Jack Barnes.
That's because the older I
get the more I'm impressed
with people who don't pre-
,tend to know all the answers
before the questions are
asked. Jack Barnes impressed
me by not trying to impress
me.
This is not about.Jack; He
would have been embarrassed
if I were to write a whole-col-
umn about him. I'll just say,
as the preachers said at his
funeral Friday, that his was a
life well-lived. He was an
honest man, a good Christian
man, someone who personi-
fied the Golden Rule.
This column is about, well,
it's about not being so sure
about things. Pat Robertson
is pretty sure about a lot of
things. He might even know;
wtiy .bd'things happen-to-; "
'g6odvpeple. Most.of us f:,
would have thought Israeli
Prime Minister Ariel Sharon
suffered a stroke because of
stress, or high blood pressure,
or poor eating and exercise :
habits or perhaps a combina-
tion of health problems.
But the TV evangelist sug-
gested that because Sharon
ordered Israel's withdrawal
from Gaza, "dividing God's
land," the stroke was divine
punishment.
Is Robertson sure he under-
stood God correctly the last
time they chatted? Couldn't
it be Pat erred when he tran-
scribed his dictated notes
from God? Is he sure?
I agree with Ted Gup, a
writer and a journalism
Teacher at Case Western
Reserve University. The
world, he said, needs a few
"wobblies."
These are the people who
are sometimes perplexed,
torn by issues, not so sure in
the company of the confi-,
dent. They had rather listen
than speak; to inquire, not
crusade; to be less sure.
I felt a little wobbly-when I
heard the latest -from Dr.
Regina Benjamin of Bayou La
Batre, Ala.
You might remember the
good doctor, named in 1996
"Woman of the Year" by CBS
This Morning. Dr. Benjamin
looks after the poor, often
destitute people in her area
on the Gulf Coast, getting
paid little.
In 1998, Hurricane Georges
destroyed her rented clinic.
She rebuilt her own place,
this time on stilts and on
higher ground. Hurricane
Katrina destroyed that clinic
just a few months ago. She
rebuilt again. Everything fin-
ished, she and her helpers
spent New Year's Eve moving
in supplies and medical
records and equipment.
On New Year's Day, she got
a call. There had been a fire.
The clinic was destroyed,
again. Wouldn't you think
God's secretary to see why
her clinic has been destroyed
three times, twice within one
year?
"We'll rebuild it," she told
the Mobile Register. "This
will give me an opportunity
to try and maybe do it differ-
ently. While I like what we
had, maybe I can do it bet-
ter." Why do bad things hap-
pen to good people? I don't
know. I'm wobbly. Maybe
Jack Barnes knows.


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January 18, 2006


Police Beat


ATLANTIC BEACH
Two counterfeit $20 bills
were reported found in the
cash register at a fast food
restaurant Jan. 7 in the 400
block of Atlantic Boulevard.
*
A vehicle was reported bur-
glarized Jan. 8 in the 200 block
of Pine Street.
Police are seeking an arrest
warrant for the caretaker of a
dog found starved to death
Jan. 8 at a residence in the 800
block of Plaza, according to a
report. Police say they found
two other dogs at the residence
that were "very skinny." The
two dogs were impounded by
animal control.
A check fraud was reported
at a business Jan. 9 in the 900
block of Atlantic Boulevard.
Korrin Lou O'Connor, 42, of
Jacksonville Beach was arrested
and charged with possession of
cocaine Jan. 9 in the 1900
block of Mayport Road, accord-
ing to a police report.
A check fraud was. reported
at a business Nov. 29 in the 900
block of Atlantic Boulevard.
A simple assault was report-
ed Jan. 10 in the 300 block of
Atlantic Boulevard.

Nicholas Davonte High, 18,
of Atlantic Beach was arrested
and charged with possession of
a controlled substance and
attempting, to flee police Jan.
11 in the 900 block of Stanley
'Road, according to a police
report.
A burglary to a business was


Woman

using

cane

is robbed

by JEFFREY MINTON
STAFF WRITER
A 47-year-old woman
whose recent back surgery
caused.ers ~ tp walk with a
cane wa4s .shoved to-6.othe
ground and robbed by an
unidentified man outside a
Mayport Road restaurant,
according to police report.
The suspect stole the' vic-
tim's purse, which among
other things contained $700
cash and prescriptions for
Xanax and Percocet, accord-
ing to the report.
Police say the incident hap-
pened around 8 p.m. when
the victim was leaving the,
Waffle House at 2395
Mayport Road.
The victim spid she was.
entering her vehicle when
she was approached by the
suspect and asked if she need-
ed help, according to the
report.
The victim told police that
she recently had back surgery
which requires her to wear a
brace arid walk with a cane
because she has trouble walk-
ing.
When she told the suspect
that she did not need his help
the man pushed her to the
ground and took the purse,
police say.
The woman was not seri-
ously injured in the incident.


reported Jan. 11 in the 1600
block of Selva Marina Drive.
NEPTUNE BEACH
The rear window of a vehicle
was reported broken Jan.16 in
the 400 block of Florida
Boulevard.
The window to a vehicle was
reported broken Jan. 16 in the
200 block of Davis Street.
*
A motor scooter valued at
$1,000 was reported stolen
from a residence Jan.16 in the
1000 block of First Street.
An employee at a grocery
store in the 1200 block of
Atlantic Boulevard reported
that $600 worth of gift cards
were stolen by a woman
Jan.16.
A check was reported stolen
from a vehicle Jan. 12 in the
500 block of Seagate Avenue.
'*O*
A prescription fraud was
reported at a business Jan. 12
in the 1200 block of Atlantic
Boulevard.
The window of a vehicle was
reported broken Jan. 13 in the
200 block of Davis Street.
The windows of a two vehi-
cles were reported broken Jan.
13 in the 700 block of Cherry
Street.
The window of a vehicle was
reported busted Jan.14 in the
2100 block of First Street.
*
Police reported Jan. 13 that
the windows of three vehicles
were broken in the 600 block
of Valley Forge Road.

Jason Todd Swindell, 32, of
Neptune Beach was arrested
and charged with possession of


by JEFFREY MINTON
STAFF WRITER
A 13-year-old Jacksonville
boy was arrested along Strand
Street in Neptune Beach
Sunday morning for recklessly
driving a sport utility vehicle
which he took from a neigh-
bor, according to a police
report.
The young man, who lives
in the 12000 block of Blue
Lagoon Trail, told police that
he stole the vehicle Saturday
after he angered his mother
and she would not let him
back inside the residence,
according to the report.
The 13-year-old said he was
cold and decided to go into, a
neighbor's open garage to stay
warm, police reported. Once
inside the garage, the young
man told police that he took a
set of keys to a .1999 Dodge
Durango and took the vehicle.
The suspect.said he did not
remember where he drove,
only that he drove all night
arid into the morning until
police apprehended him,


cocaine, possession of over 20
grams of cannabis and posses-
sion of a controlled substance.
SJan. 14 in the 700 block of 4th
Street, according to a police.
report.

PONTE VEDRA BEACH
A Landrum Middle School
student was suspended for five
days after police investigated a
report of one student threaten-
ing another student at the
school. The investigation was
doneJan. 12.
A Ponte Vedra resident
reported on Jan. 13 that an
attempt was made to open a
charge account fraudulently.
David J. VanGorder, 46, of
Jacksonville, was charged with
habitual driving with a sus-,
pended driver's license follow-
ing a traffic stop for a cracked
windshield at South San Pablp
Road and Dixie Landing Drive,
according to deputies.
; ,'
An employee of the St. Johns
County Sheriff's Office report-
ed on Jan. 14 the accidental
discharge of a taser. According
to the police report, on Jan. 13'
the taser discharged into a wall
*of the individual's residence
during a routine test of the
equipment.
On Jan. 14, a resident of the
1100 block of Ponte Vedra
Boulevard reported that graffiti
had been spray-painted in the
bike lane in front of their
home.,
On Jan. 14, a Ponte Vedra
resident reported to St. Johns
County Sheriff's, Office several
attempts by an unknown per-
son to make fraudulent pur-
chases on a credit card and an
attempt to open another credit


according to the report.
Police around 10:30 a.m.
arrested the young man in the
the 1500 block of Strand
Street approximately 7 miles
away from his home after
receiving a complaint by a
resident of a reckless driver.
'The suspect, who is a stu-
dent at Landmark Middle
School, was charged with
grand theft of a motor vehi-
cle, having no driver's license
and driving in the opposite.
direction on a one-way street.
The young man's cat, which
was in the vehicle with him,
was taken to the city Animal
Control facility. Attempts to
contact the suspect's family
were unsuccessful Sunday,
police said.
The owner of the vehicle
was contacted and took pos-
session of the vehicle .it the
scene. The owner told police
that there was minor body
damage to the right front of
the vehicle, according to the
report.


Photographs of women

prompt police to ban

photographer from schools


by JEFFREY MINTON
STAFF WRITER
A 20-year-old man last week was warned by
Neptune Beach police to stay away from area
schools after they viewed pictures that he had
taken of women at various locations including
Fletcher Senior High and Fletcher Middle
School, according to a police report.
Also, when police searched the man's pick-ip
truck they found "numerous pornographic mag-
azines" and photographs of nude and clothed
women, according to the report.
Police Jan. 12 were contacted by a photo
technician at the CVS located at 414 Atlantic
Blvd. regarding suspicious photographs, accord-
ing to the report.
The employee told police that when she was
processing a customer's photographs she
noticed that several of the pictures were of a
female employee at CVS entering and exiting
the store, according to the report. When police
arrived to the store, they viewed other photo-
graphs being processed for the customer and
found that most of the pictures were of different
women taken in different locations.
Some of the locations were Fletcher Senior
High, Fletcher Middle School and Walmart,
according to the report.
Police told the the employee to notify them


when the customer came to pick up the pictures.
When the customer picked up the pictures
around noon the employee called police and
they made contact with the man in the nearby
K-mart parking lot at 500 Atlantic Boulevard.
The man at first denied taking the pictures of
the women, but eventually said that he did take
the photographs, according to the report.
When police asked the man whyhe took the
pictures he did not have an answer, according to
the report. But when police asked the him
specifically about the pictures taken of women
at the schools, the man said that his girlfriend's
daughter attends the senior high and that he
picks her up from school, according to the
report. He had no explanation for being around
the middle school, say police.
Police advised the man to stay away from area
schools and and issued him a trespass warning
for the CVS store at the request of the employee
at the store, according to the report.
The schools' resource officers were informed
of the incident and the report was forwarded to
School Board investigators.
The man, who listed in the report the man as
living in Atlantic Beach, said he is unemployed
and living out of his vehicle, according to
police.


card account in the resident's
name.

A Ponte Vedra juvenile was
charged with possession of
alcohol by a minor on Jan. 15.
A vehicle abandoned since
Jan. 13 in the unit block of
Barracuda Place was impound-
ed and towed on Jan. 16.
*0
JACKSONVILLE BEACH
A public restroom door was
reported damaged Jan. 12 at
the permanent facilities in the
pier parking lot at the 500
block of 1st St. N. The door
vent and screen appeared to
have, been kicked in, police
said.

A gun shot was reported
before shortly before midnight
Jan:ll in the 1500 block of 6th
Ave. N. A witness told police
that he observed an unknown
male suspect described as 5'8"
and 150 lbs. shoot a gun at a
street light on the northwest
comer of Palm Tree Road and
6th Avenue North. The suspect
left the area on foot. The bulb
cover was broken but the light
was still operable.
4 pair of prescription sun-
glasses worth $130 were report-
ed stolen Jan. 11 from a car
wash in the 1600 block of 3rd
Street S. The victim told police
that he noticed his glasses were
missing soon after he left the
business. He returned to talk to
the employees,
:* ,
Loose change totalling $500
was reported stolen Jan. 11 at a
home in the first block of San
Pablo Circle. The victim told
police he was out of town from
Jan. 2-9 and returned to find
the money missing.
S *


A wallet containing 1u in
cash, drivers license, insurance
card and various bank cards
was reported stolen Jan. 11 at a
Christian bookstore in the 700
block of 3rd St. S. An employee
told police that a female "sus-
pect approximately 30-years
old entered the store and began
inquiring about a framed pic-
ture. The suspect asked the
clerk if bubble wrap was avail-
able should she purchase ilhe
,:.picture. When the employee


returned from the rear of the
store where she retrieved the
wrapping materials, the suspect
was seen entering the passen-
ger seat of an older model blue
minivan. The employee imme-
diately looked in her purse
under the counter and discov-
ered herwallet missing.
A black 1998 Dodge Dakota
valued at $8,200 was reported
stolen Jan. 11 from the 16th
Avenue N. endzone. The victim
told police he parked his truck
at 3:25 p.m. and placed his t-
shirt and keys on the front seat
before going surfing. A older
model gray Buick or Chevrolet
with two male occupants at the
end of the road parked a few
spaces from-the victim's truck.
One of the men exited the car
and followed the victim to the
beach walkover. The victim
said the suspect was still stand-
ing there when he caught a
wave but when he looked back,
he was gone. The victim
became suspicious and left the
water to check on his vehicle
and found it missing. The sus-.
pect vehicle had white rims,
rust on the side and hood and
was lowered to the ground. The
stolen vehicle also contained
$1,778 worth of stereo equip-
ment including an IPod, three
speakers, an amplifier, CD play-


er, 35 CDs and $200 cash, the,
police report said.
Four football jerseys worth;
$279.96 were reported stolen'
Jan. 11 from a sports store in
the 900 block of 3rd St. N. A
store employee told police a:
male and female suspect
entered the store and walked:
around before the female
grabbed the jerseys and fled to|
an older model Pontiac Grand
Am waiting outside the store.

Tyrone Zachary Whitfield,!
28, of Jacksonville Beach wasi
arrested Jan. 11 and charged;
with possession and sale of a.
controlled substance in the 300
block of 7th St. S. Whitfield wasd
observed selling two pieces oi
crack cocaine for $40 across the'
street from a church holding
Wednesday services, according
to a police report.
Stanley Evero O'bukeowo.!
34, of Jacksonville Beach was,
arrested Jan. 11 and charged-
with possession and sale of at
controlled substance in the 300
block of 7th St. S. O'bukeowol
was observed purchasing two
pieces of crack cocaine for $40
across the street from a church
holding Wednesday services,'
according to a police report. -


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CALENDAR


Wednesday, Jan.

Simply Snakes: "Simply
Snakes" will be held from 10 to
11 a.m. at Castaway Island
Preserve, 2885 San Pablo Road
S. Living and non-living speci-
mens will be presented. This
program is for all ages. Call 630-
3577 for information or to reg-
ister.

Retired federal employees:
Chapter 1671 of the National
Active and Retired Federal
Employees will have a noon
luncheon meeting at Golden
Corral Restaurant, 14035 Beach
Blvd. Visitors are welcome. Call
731-3968 or 221-7644 for infor-
mation.

Cummer tour: A tour at the
Cummer Museum of Art &
Gardens of Jacobsen Gallery of
American Art with Jeanette
Toohev will be held at 1 p.m.
Call Carolee Bertish at 273-
6578 or Jan Bialka at 285-1114
for information.

Sons of Italy: The Sons of
Italy Beaches Lodge #2821 will
meet at 6:30 p.m. at the
Beaches Branch Library's audi-
torium, 600 Third St., Neptune
Beach. Social time starts at 5:30
'p.m. Anyone, Italian heritage or
not, is welcome. Call 904-992-
6077 for information.

Thursday, Jan. 19
Persephone Healing Arts:
The Persephone Healing Arts
Center, 485 6th Ave. N.,
Jackson\ille Beach, will have an
open house from 5:30 to 7 p.m.
Call 246-3583 for information.

Friday, Jan. 20
King breakfast: The 19th
Annual Martin Luther King Jr.
breakfast will be held from 7:30
to 9:30 a.m. at the Prime
Osborn Convention Center,
100 Water St. The cost is $18.
Call 366-6600, extension 7620,
for information.

Photography exhibit:
"Cheerleaders, Bodybuilders &
Disco Queens: Photographs by
Brian Finke & Morten Nilsson"
will be on display through April
15 at the Jacksonville Museum
of Modem Art, 333 N. Laura St.,
Jacksonville, as part of
"Thotoolast," fo.ur-month
eent celebrating photography.
Call 366-6911, extension 210,
for information..

Dance: The Jacksonville
Singles Dance Club, Inc., will
have a dance from 8 to 11 p.m.
at the Knights of Columbus


Hall, 1501 Hendricks Ave., for information, call 888-824-4424 for cost and Kristof Biemecki in the Friends
Jacksonville. There will be live registration information, of the Library Community w
music and refreshments. Call Anniversary: Fitness Room at 7 p.m. fr
779-1234 or 278-1968 for infor- Together will have a one-year Storytime Science: B
Station. anniversary celebration at 1 "Storytime Science" will be held Wednesday, Jan. 81
'T p.m. in the Sawgrass from 11 to 11:45 a.m. for ages 7 25
Saturday, Jan. 21 Village Shopping and under, and their adult com- Daughters of the
Pistol course: A certified Center. There will panions, at Castaway Island Confederacy: The Mattie T.
basic pistol and advanced be food, prizes, spe- Preserve, 2885 San Pablo Road G
defensive tactics course will be cial offers and more. S. Read a G
held from 7:45 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Call 285-3236 or p
Fraternal Order of Police N
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Lodge 65 in
Nassau County. Call Gary
Belson at 904-491-8358 for
information.

Mobile pet adoptions: The
Jacksonville Humane Society's
mobile adoption unit will be at
Pet Supermarket on Beach
Boulevard from 10:30 a.m. to
2:30 p.m. to try to find homes
for animals.

Book writers: The
SJacksonville Chapter of, .the
Society of Children's 'Bbok
Writers & Illustrators meets
from 1 to 3 p.m. at the
Southeast Regional Library in
Deerwood. Robyn Leslie will
discuss J.K. Rowling's Harry
Potter series. E-mail Janet
Walter at jgwalterSdcomcast.net


TEVEDRA.com for information.

Sunday, Jan. 22
Meditation class: A guided
medication and dharma talk
will be held from 10 to 11:30
a.m. at Cobalt Moon Center's
upstairs studio, 217 First St.,
Neptune Beach. Call 386-246-
4092 for information.

Monday, Jan. 23
Grant-writing workshop:
"The Grant Institute: Certificate
iir, .Professional Program
Development and Grant
Communication" will be held
through Jan. 27, 8 a.m. to 5
p.m., at the University of
Miami's James L. Knight
International Center, Miami.
V i s i t
www.thegrantinstitute.com or


for information or to register.

Outdoor Observations:
"Outdoor Observations" will be
held from noon to 1 p.m. for all
ages at Castaway Island
Preserve, 2885 San Pablo Road
S. Wear comfortable, closed-toe
shoes, use insect repellent and
bring binoculars. Call 630-3577
for information or to register.

Tuesday, Jan. 24
Senior workshop: A free sen-
ior workshop will be held at 1.0.
a.m. at 13171 Atlantic Blvd.,
Suite 300. Reservations are
required. Call 221-8501 for
information.

Music series: The Friends of
the Library-Ponte Vedia Beach
Music Series presents baritone


MEETINGS


Beaches Palm Group: The
Florida Writer's Association
Beaches Palm Group meets the
fourth Saturday of each month
except December at the Ponte
Vedra Beach Library. Call Vic
DiGenti at 904-285-2258 for
information.

Cancer support group: The
Cancer Support Group at
Baptist Medical Center Beaches
meets at 6 p.m. Wednesday at
the Florida Cancer Center in
Medical Office Building B on
the hospital campus. Call 247-
2910 for information.

Friends on the Go: Friends
on the Go with Jack Morgan
meets at 7 p.m. the second
Tuesday of each month at the
.Ponte Vedra Beach Branch
Library.
Kiwanis Beaches: The
Kiwanis Club of Jacksonville
Beaches meets Thursdays at
noon at Selva Marina Country
Club, 1600 'Selva Marina,
Atlantic Beach. Call Jonathan
Daugherty at 635-4228 for
information.

MOPS: Mothers of Pre-
Schoolers meets the .second
Monday of each month at 9:30
a.m., and the third Monday of
each month at 7 p.m. (child
care provided) at Christ the
Redeemer. Church, 190 S.
Roscoe Blvd., Ponte Vedra
Beach. Call 285-8009 for infor-
mation.

Mothers & More: Mothers &
More, The Network for
Sequencing Women, women
who have altered their careers
to spend more time with their
children, meets at 7 p.m. the
first and third Monday of the
month at Ashford Court
Assisted Living, 1700 Greens
Way, Jacksonville Beach, For:
information, call 858-3372 and'
leave a: message or visit
www.geocities.com/mothers-
firstcoast.

,Oversight Committee: The
Oversight Committee for the


Beaches Resource Center meets
at 7 p.m. the first Monday of
every month in the Media
Center at Fletcher High School.
The Oversight Committee con-
sists of parent and faculty repre-
sentatives from the 10 Beaches
public schools and at-large rep-
resentatives from the Beaches
communities. Call the Beaches
Resource Center at 270-8200 for
information.

Palm Valley Senior Center:
The Palm Valley Senior Center,
148 Canal Blvd., is open
Tuesday and Thursday from 10
a.m. to 2 p.m. Lunch is served at
noon. Call 280-3233 for lunch
reservations or for information
on various activities throughout
the day. For transportation to
lunch, call 280-3753 between
7:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.

Seniors By The Sea: Seniors


By The Sea meets the second
Thursday of each month in the
Fellowship Hall at Beach United
Methodist Church, Third Street
and Seventh Avenue North,
Jacksonville Beach, at 11 a.m.,
followed by lunch for $3.50.
Call 241-7300 or 249-4622 for
information.

Submarine veterans: USSVI -
First Coast Base meets at 11 a.m.
the second Saturday of the
month at American Legion Post
316, 127 Atlantic Blvd., Atlantic
Beach. Call 241-6222 or e-mail
rjrjax@attbi.com for informa-i
tion.

Veterans meet: The Merl's
Auxiliary of Veterans of Foreign
Wars Greater Beaches Post 3270,
915 8th Ave. S., Jacksonville
Beach, meets at 7 p.m. the sec-
ond Wednesday of the month.
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Nationally touring comedian
Dave Ashley will be at the club
this weekend.

Why is Dave so special???
I) He lives on Atlantic Beach, about 4 blocks away.
2) He is our first Hard "R" rated show. This show is not
appropriate for those easily offended.

This show is only proper for rock stars, groupies,
and people eager to be "shocked".
751 Atlantic Blvd. Atl Beach, FL 32233
atlantictheatres.com


Ladies Auxiliary meet at 9 a.m.
the second Saturday of the
month. Call 249-7366 for infor-
mation.


Marina Country Club. Paul
Varnes is the speaker, and
guests are welcome. Call 223-
3025 for information.


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4-H: The Duval County 4-H
ill have a recruitment drive
om 6 to 8 p.m. at the Beaches
ranch. CallJosh Pickett at 387-
850 for information.

Thursday, Jan. 26
,Bereavement Support
;roup: A Bereavement Support
;roup will meet from 6:30 to 8
.m. every Thursday through
larch 2 at Christ Episcopal
hurch, 400 San Juan Drive,
onte Vedra Beach. Call
oxanne Clemens at 904-407-
001 for information.

Friday, Jan. 27
Book Club: Charles Martin,
author of "The Dead Don't
lance," will speak to the Book
:lub of the Sawgrass Players
:lub Women's Association at 1
.m. at the Ponte Vedra Branch
library. Call 940-6082 for infor-
nation.

Book signing: Florida mys-
ery writer Tom Corcoran will
e at The Bookmark at 7 p.m. to
ead from and sign copies of his
test book, "Air Dance Iguana:
kn Alex Rutledge Mystery." Call
41-9026 for information.

Benefit Gala: The First Coast
urfrider Black Tie & Baggies
benefit Gala will be held from 8
o 11 p.m. at Mundo Grill, 528
1. 1st St., Jacksonville Beach.
There will be a silent.auction
nd raffle.'Tickets are $30 per
person or $50 per couple. To
purchase tickets, visit
www.surfriders.org, or call
Julie Lawler at 241-5284,
extension 1001.

Saturday, Jan. 28'
Parliamentarians: First
:oast Parliamentarians will
neet at 10:15 a.m. at the Ponte
'edra Beach Library, 101
ibrar\ Blvd., Ponte Vedra
Beach. Visitors are welcome. E-
nail SherryCaip@aol.com or
all 744-9074 for information.


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Obituaries


KEMPENY

William Charles Kempeny,
.56, died Jan. 13, 2006, at his
residence.
He was born Sept. 11, 1949,
in Utica, N.Y., and moved to
Jacksonville in 1989 from New
Orleans;
He sold encyclopedias for
most of his working life and
was a salesman for Comcast.
He served in the U.S. Marine
Corps for two years.
Survivors include his wife of
23 years, Sharon Kempeny;
mother, Gladys Kempeny of
Jacksonville; daughter, Dawn
Kempeny of New Orleans;
brothers, Bruce (Yvonne)
Kempeny of Jacksonville, Brad
(Billie) of Utica, N.Y.; sisters,
Barb Kempeny of San Jose,
Calif., Donna (Shane)
Wortman of Augusta, Ga.;
mother and father in-law,
Anna Jeanne and Alyn Hughes.
He was predeceased by his
brother Brian Kempeny and
father, Hal W. Kempeny.
A mass of christian burial
will be held at 1 p.m.,
Thursday, Jan. 19, in the
chapel of Quinn-Shalz, A
Family Funeral Home with the
Rev. William Kelly as celebrant.
Services under the direction
of Quinn-Shalz, 3600'Third
Street South,: Jacksonville
Beach. :

McIAAHAN

Melissa "Missy" McMahan,
34, died Friday, Jan. 13, 2006.
She was born Oct. 20. 1971,
in Jacksonville and was a resi-
dent of Atlantic Beach.
She was a registered nurse in
pediatric oncology at
Wolfson's Children's Hospital


Melissa McMahan


and cared for patients at Ponte
Vedra Plastic Surgery Center
and Beaches Surgery Center.
An avid dancer, Missy toured
with Disneyland in Tokyo and
California.
She is survived by her par-
ents, Bill and Theresa
McMahan; 'a sister, Jennifer
McMahan and future brother-
in-law, Simon Duplessis; a
brother, Billy McMahan Jr. and
Liz McMahan; sister Kelly and
Jon Shearer; grandmother
Mary Paulipe McMahan; three
nephews and two nieces.
SA memorial service will be,
held at 4 p.m. Tuesday, Jan.
17, 2006,, in the chapel at
Hardage-Giddens Funeral
Home, 1701 Beach Blvd.,,
Jacksonville Beach. The family)
will welcome friends begin-
ning at 3 p.m.
Memorials in her name may
be made to the American
Diabetes Association or the
Jacksonville Humane Society.

MITCHELL

Dorothy Mitchell, 69, for-
merly of the Beaches, died Jan.
7, 2006, in Cherokee, N.C.


She was a school bus driver
for 14 years and a former
accountant.
She was preceded in death
by her husband, Howard.
Survivors include sons Alex.
(Sue) Mitchell of Jacksonville
Beach and Levi (Theresa)
Mitchell of Spokane, Wash.; a
sister, Carolyn Donaldson of
Virginia; and five grandchil-
dren.
A memorial service was held
Thursday, Jan. 12, at the
Jehovah's Witness Church in
Sylva, N.C. Funeral arrange-
ments by Moody Funeral
Home, Sylva. N.C.

O'BRIEN
Lt. Col. George W. O'Brien,
U.S.M.C. (Ret) of Ponte Vedra
Beach, died Jan. 17, 2006.
He was born in Chicago, Ill.,
and reared in LaGrange, Ill. He
attended Marquette University.
He served in World War II,
Korea and Vietnam. He flew as
a captain for National Airlines
and Pan American Airlines. He
was a member of Ponte Vedra
Inn & Club, Golf Club and
Churchmen.
He is survived by his wife of
44 years, Dorothy Blaney
Robinson O'Brien; two daugh-
ters, Anne von Eiff and Kathy
Newsum, their spouses, three
grandchildren, and two great
grandchildren. '
A graveside service will be
held at 11 a.m. Thursday in
Oaklawn Cemetery 4801 San
Jose Blvd., Jacksonville.
In lieu of flowers the family
requests memorial contribu-
tions be made to Community
Hospice.
Arrangements under the
direction of Hardage-Giddens
Funeral Home, 1701 Beach
Blvd., Jacksonville Beach..


ORBAN

Bela Orban, 41, died Jan. 15,
2006, at Baptist Medical Center
Beaches. He was born in Gyor,
Hungry, and moved to
Jacksonville at a young age. He
was the owner of Grills by
Design.
Family members includes his
mother, Emma Orban; two
brothers, Alex (Pat) Orban and
their daughter Litsa, of
Jacksonville; and Steve Orban,
of Orlando; sister Katalitn
Jordan and Csilla Orban and
her son Robert Walker all of
Jacksonville.
Visitation will be held from 6
to 8 p.m., Friday, Jan. 20; in the
chapel of Quinn-Shalz, A
Family Funeral Home. Services
under the direction of Quinn,
Shalz, A Family Funeral Home
& Cremation Centre,
Jacksonville Beach.

PETRIE

Dorothy Edmunds Petrie of
Ponte Vedra Beach died Jan.
14, 2006, at St. Luke's Hospital.
Born and raised in
Bridgeport, Conn., she was a
graduate. of the University of
Connecticut with a degree ein
bacteriology. She spent 10
years in Latin America and ran
a duty-free shop in the
Dominican Republic and par-
ticipated on a synchronized
swimming team during the
1950s.
In Venezuela she taught
English to Spanish speaking
children at a private school.
She was also a buyer for
Bonwit-Teller in Philadelphia
for many vvears. Seven of her 20
years in Ponte Vedra were


Dorothy Petrie


spent working in a perfume
business.
Survivors include a daughter,
Gail Andreae; a son, Dane
Petrie; two grandsons, a grand-
daughter. She was preceded in
death by her husband. Robert,
Petrie.
A Memorial Service will be
held Saturday, Jan. 21, 2006, in
the chapel of Quinn-Shalz, A
Family Funeral Home with the
Rev. Deacon Jo Hbskins offici-
ating. A reception will follow.
Private family services will be
held with_ interment 'in
'Fairfield, Conn. .
Services under the direction
of Quinn-Shalz, A Family
Funeral Home & Cremation.
Centre, Jacksonville Beach.
PHILLIPS

Claire V. Phillips, 73, passed
away Jan. 11, 2006, at: her
home. She was born Oct. 17,
1933, in Queens, N.Y., and
moved to Jacksonville in 1979.
She was employed for many
years with Humana.
She was predeceased in
death by her husband Robert I.


Phillips, daughter, Wendy Ann
Walke, brother Harry Manko
and sister Helen Andrews.
She is survived by a son,
Edwin McAlpin; daughters
Cynthia McAlpin and
Christine Snow; son-in-law
Ben Snow; step-son, Bob
Phillips; five grandchildren
and four great- grand children.
The family will be receiving
friends at a celebration of her
life at the home of daughter,
Christine Snow.

SCHONDELMAIER

Charles Eugene
Schondelmaier, 61, died at his
home in Jacksonville Beach on
Jan. 11, 2006.
He was born in Jacksonville,
on Jan. 20, 1944, and was a
lifelong resident.
He graduated from Landon
High School in 1962 and
attended Gordon Military
College and the University of
Georgia. He served in the
National Guard for three years'.
He worked in the family
business, Jacksonville
Typewriter Co.
He is survived by his daugh-
ter, Sara, and granddaughter,
Kiley, both of Jacksonville.
Beach; father, Charles Joseph;,
brother Donald Joseph; and
stepson,Gabriel Henehan.
He was preceded in death.by
his daughter, Samantha; broth-
er, Bobby; stepson, Chris
Henehan; and mother, Vivian.
Visitation will be Monday,
Jan. 16, from 6 to 8 pm at
Hardage-Giddens Funeral
Home, 1701 Beach Blvd.,
Jacksonville Beach.
Funeral Services will be held
at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 16, in
the Hardage-Giddens Beaches
Chapel. Interment will follow
at Greenlawn Cemetery.,


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Strawberry season has arrived in Florida


FROM CONTRIBUTOR,
Plant City, Florida, is the
"Winter Strawberry Capital of
the World."
From December through
February, Florida strawberries
dominate the U.S. market.
They're ubiquitous in gro-
cery stores, packed in: tidy
clamshell containers. We
Floridians will also find them
in profusion at our local farm-
ers' markets-just-picked,
plump, ruby red, ripe, and
sweet. ,
"Our first peak in production
is the first week of January,"
said Chip Hinton, president of
the Florida: Strawberry
Growers' Association.
"We hit another peak the last
week in February and the first
week of March, but by then
we're competing with strawber-
ries from California."
For Floridians, the choice,
between a Florida strawberry
and a California strawberry
should be a pretty easy one to
make.
Strawberries are among the
most tender and perishable of
fruits, so the best-tasting ones
will probably be those that
have traveled the fewest miles
to our tables. Your local farm-
ers' market is a great place to
find the very freshest berries.
If you're trying farm-fresh
strawberries for the first time,
you'll be pleasantly surprised at


the sweetness and sharpness of
the flavor.
But supermarket berries are
tasty, too, especially if shop-
pers know what to look for
when making selections.
The biggest berries aren't
necessarily the most flavorful
ones, but color is important.
Look for strawberries thatare
fully and deeply red.
Don't choose a berry with
white or green spots in hopes it
will ripen up on your win-
dowsill; 'strawberries stop
ripening as soon as they are
picked.
Hinton offered this advice to
shoppers: "Be sure the. color
has spread from one end of the
berry to the other. If you can
touch the berries, check to see
that they are firm but not hard.
There should be no obvious
mold or bruised spots. The
calyx, the strawberry's leafy
cap, should be fresh and
green."
It's best to. eat strawberries
on the same day you buy
them.' The sooner you eat
them, the sweeter and firmer
they will be.
"Don't wash strawberries
until you are ready to eat
them," Hinton said.
"That's the most important
thing. You do need to refriger-
ate strawberries if you're stor-
ing them for any time. They're
not like tomatoes, which are


Brockovich to speak at UNF


FROM CONTRIBUTOR
Environmental activist Erin
Brockovich headlines the
spring lecture series at the
University of North Florida,
which also will feature presen-
tations ranging from the ideas
of Islam to the boundaries 'of
creative expression.
"This spring offers an inter-
esting mix of speakers," said
UNF President John A.
Delaney. "This is one way of
sharing our academic resources
with the community."
The following guests and
their topics are scheduled for
the series:
Wednesday, Jan. 18, 7 p.m.
at the University Center Rod
Paige, a former Secretary of
Education who led the move to
the No Child Left Behind act of


2001, will speak on'
"Educational Policies &.School
Reform;"
Thursday, Jan. 26, 7:30
p.m. at the. University Cent'r
- Scott Boylston, a professor
of graphic design at Savannah
College of Art and Design, will
speak on "Broadening the'
Boundaries of Creative
Expression;"
Monday, Feb. 23, 7:30 p.m.
at the UNF Arena Erin'
Brockovich presents "An
Evening with Erin
Brockovich," the woman who
helped spearhead the largest
legal settlement in U.S. history.
The story of her investigation
and legal triumph were drama-
tized in the 2000 movie "Erin
Brockovich," starring Julia
Roberts.


destroyed by refrigeration.
Strawberries need to be refrig-
erated until you are ready to
use them, preferably in the
closed container they came
in."
Florida is the nation's sec-
ond-largest producer of straw-
berries. The Plant City/Dover
area in East Hillsborough
County is the center of
Florida's strawberry produc-
tion, but substantial commer-
cial acreage can also be found
in Alachua, Pasco, and Polk
counties.
Cash receipts for Florida
strawberries average about
$129 million annually.
"The two most common
strawberry varieties, grown in
Florida are Strawberry Festival
and Treasure," Hinton said.
"Strawberry Festival is a
Florida variety developed at
the University of Florida. It's
colorful and good tasting, and
it's medium sized, which
means you really get your
money's worth in a clamshell
container because you're get-
ting more strawberries and less
air.


"Treasure is also a .Florida
variety. It has great taste and
color, and it's ready a little ear-
lier than Strawberry Festival.
The complementary produc-
tion cycle of the two varieties is,
good for growers."
.By growing both, producers
can extend the strawberry sea-
son.
"A longer strawberry season
is a boon to farmers and to
consumers," said Florida
Agriculture Commissioner
Charles H. Bronson.
"The strawberry is America's
most popular berry. People
know it's delicious, but the
good news is it is also one of
our most nutritious food choic-
es."
Low in calories and free of
sodium and fat, strawberries
are packed with potassium,
fiber, folic acid, and powerful,
disease-fighting antioxidants.
Ounce for ounce, they've got
more vitamin C than oranges.
For more "Fresh from
Florida" cooking ideas, visit
http: / www. Flori da-
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Guana whale tale draws record crowd


by JOHNNY WOODHOUSE
ASSOCIATE EDI TOR
Joe Shannon was hoping
for a modest turnout for his
lecture on whales last
Saturday at the Guana
reserve education center in
South Ponte Vedra Beach.
What he wasn't expecting
was a standing-room-only
crowd.
More than 170 people
attended Shannon's 2 p.m.
presentation on "Whales &
the real Moby Dick," an
extended version of a talk
Shannon has given on cruise
ships for the past few years.
"As we were driving up I


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told my wife that if 25 to 30
,people show up that would
be nice," Shannon, a St.
Augustine resident, said.
"When I saw how many
people were there, I, said,
'Wow,' and they [Guana offi-
cials] said, 'Wow.' "
Shannon's 45-minute talk
on whales, highlighted by
the tale of the ill-fated whal-
ing ship Essex, which
inspired the Herman Melville
. novel "Moby Dick," helped;
set a new one-day visitation
record at Guana, which
opened last September.
"Whales are a natural
draw," said Shannon, a
Guana reserve volunteer who


taught high school history
teacher for 31 years in Long
Island, N.Y.
During Saturday's lecture,
Shannon said whales kept
New England towns such as
Nantucket, Mass.,, afloat in
the 19th century.
"Whales had products
human beings wanted,"
Shannon told the audience.
"Whaling was a business.
Towns depended on it. You
could get 100 barrels of oil
out of a blue whale."
Shannon said sperm
whales such as the one
depicted in "Moby Dick" and
the one suspected of sinking
. the Nantucket-based Essex


were "the champion divers
of all whales."
Sperm whales could dive
to depths of 5,000 feet and
"stay down," Shannon said,
for about an hour .
In the early 1800s, an albi-
no sperm whale was notori-
ous for "dunking" whale
boats in the Pacific, Shannon
added.
The 100-ton male sperm
whale was known as "Mocha
Dick" because it was often
sighted near the island of
Mocha in southern Chile.
The whale immortalized in
Melville's 1859 novel was
not the same one that
downed the Essex ih the


South Pacific in 1820.
Shannon said a smaller
sperm whale repeatedly
charged the bow of the
Essex, causing its 20-person
crew to abandon ship in
three lifeboats.
Only eight of the 20
sailors lived to tell the tale.
Five were rescued after drift-
ing in the open sea for
months. Three more were
rescued on a deserted island.
"All eight went back to
whaling," said Shannon,
adding that survivor Owen
Chase, the Essex's 23-year-


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Centenarian's first book

was 75 years in making


photo by KATHY NICOLETTI
Carolina Woodruff with the recipe book "La Cocina en Bolivia," which she brought to the U.S. from Bolivia. Woodruff prepares many
traditional Bolivian dishes, including Rollo de Queso,. Llajua, and her favorite, cooked lettuce dish.



Woodruff ca spend all day in kitchen


by KATHY NICOLETTI
COiLUMNIST
. Ponte Vedra resident
Carolina Woodruff says that
she "loves cooking" and has
been doing so since she was a
child in her native Bolivia.'
S Like inany little girls.
Woodruff began by baking
cookies. Within a short
amount of time, her skill in
the kitchen included not only
cookies but also pastry baking
and other dishes.
Woodruff said women in
Bolivia often have formal tea
parties where they serve sweet
and salty pastries with the tea.
Although her family had a
housekeeper to do the cook-'
ing, by the time she was 12,
S Woodruff was baking the pas-
tries for her mother's weekly
tea parties.
A family cookbook, "La
Cocina en Bolvia," was
Woodruff's first choice for
recipes as she learned to cook.
The book has a thousand '
recipes and Woodruff brought
a copy of it with her when
she came to the U.S.
Bolivian cooking uses plen-
ty of fresh vegetables, the
dozens of varieties of potatoes
available there, cheeses,
meats, and chicken. Lunch is
the main meal of the day and,
traditionally is eaten at home
during a two-hour lunch
break.;
Yellow and red spicy pep-
pers, unique to Bolivia and
nearby countries in South
America, are essential to sea-
son many of the dishes;
Woodruff has not found
peppers like this here so she
keeps a supply of pepper sea-
S soning from Bolivia on hand:
Locally, hot'Hungarian papri-
ka in the most similar in taste


to the Bolivian peppers, she
said.
After graduating from col-
lege in Bolivia, Woodruff
came to the U.S. to become
fluent in English. She met hei
husband, Tom, in Washington
D.C., and the couple moved
to Ponte Vedra five years ago
with Tom's son and daughter.
Woodruff is currently study-
ing for a degree in business
management at the University
of North Florida.
When she has time,
Woodruff said she can easily
spend the entire day in the
kitchen. Many of her Bolivian
recipes have become family
favorites, even with the
teenagers ii the family.
Lettuce and rice are the
main.ingredients for two of
Woodruff's recipes. The dish
made with lettuce has been in
her family from at least the
time of her own childhood.
Woodruff said thatyeople
who don't care for vegetables
like this dish, including:13-
year-old Annabelle Woodruff.
The dish can be served for a
light vegetarian meal or as a'
side dish with steak or other
meat.
Rice Bites are small cakes of.
rice made with green onions
and cheese. These are eaten
hot and crispy, or the leftovers
can be eaten as a snack right
from the refrigerator as people
do in Bolivia.
To vary the rice dish,
Woodruff created a recipe for
a three-layer version with a


meat layer between two layers
ofthe rice mixture. Ground
steak is cooked and seasoned
with tomato sauce and hot
peppers along with cumin,
another popular spice in
Bolivia.
Llajua is a fresh tomato
sauce that is used on every-
thing in Bolivia. Generations
ago the sauce was made by
pressing the ingredients
between specially shaped
rocks but blenders have made
quick work of preparing this
recipe. Serve Llajua like salsa
with chips or use it to comple-
ment the taste of meats, pota-
toes, vegetables, or other dish-
es.
The recipe for Chococo
Cake is one of Woodruff's own.
creations. Chocolate is very
popular in Bolivia and people
there prefer an intense, rich
tasting chocolate.
Chococo Cake is a rich,
flourless cake made even more
delicious with the addition of
a little coconut. Woodruff cau-
tions that granulated sugar
must be used to prepare the
cake, substituting powdered
sugar will not produce the
best results. Serve the finished
cake with a dusting of pow-
dered sugar or with a favorite
chocolate frosting for richer
chocolate taste.
Woodruff uses a recipe from
"La Cocina en Bolivia" to
make Rollo de Queso. In addi-
tion to sweet pastries, this
Cheese Roll might also be
served at Bolivian tea parties.
The golden-colored pastry
dough is filled with egg whites
and cheese seasoned with hot
Hungarian paprika or Bolivian
hot pepper seasoning if avail-
able.

The following are some of


Carolina Woodruff's recipes:

Chococo Cake

5 T cocoa powder

.5 T coconut

7 T granulated sugar

2 T butter, softened

2 tsp. baking powder

6 eggs

2 tsp. vanilla extract

Pour sugar into a blender,
blend until it becomes like
powdered sugar. Add the
coconut, cocoa, butter, and
vanilla. Blend to combine.

Add the eggs one at a time,
blending well after each egg is
added.

Add the baking powder;
mix well with a spoon (do not
blend).

Butter and lightly flour a
round tube baking pan; use a
bundt pan for an attractive
shape.

Bake in a preheated 350
degree oven for one hour. Do
not open the,door of the oven
to check the cake for at least
50 minutes. Cool slightly in
pan before cooling on a plate.

Serve dusted with powdered
sugar and frost with chocolate
icing of choice.


See RECIPES, A-10


by CHUCK ADAMS
STAFF WRITER
Would-be authors, take
heart: That book idea that has
been simmering for years or
"even decades may yet take
flight.
Take Ponte Vedra resident
Karl Hartzell, for example. His
first book, up to 75 years in
the making, was published
last year, when Hartzell was
99.
A Harvard Ph.D. and Vicar's
Landing resident, Hartzell
turned 100 Tuesday, six days
after he: was part of art
author's showcase at the
Ponte Vedra Beach Branch
Library.
His book, "Laws of. the
Living, American Values in
Action," .discusses American
values, which "we have inher-
ited," said the former
European history professor.
"This is a very brief histori-
cal treatment for people who
are interested in American his-
tory," he said.
,Hartzell said he had been
thinking about writing his
book for 50 or 60 years and
finally got started 10 or 15
years ago.
He said he taught European
history at Carleton College,in.
Minnesota, Georgia Tech in
Atlanta and Geneseo, part of
the State University of New
York (SUNY).
After'teaching, Hartzell was
a dean at Cornell College and
Bucknell: before taking several
administrative jobs for SUNY
until retiring in 1971..
Hartzell moved to Vicar's
Landing in 1993, where he
met the woman he would
marry Elizabeth, who is a
published poet.
"She has seven poems on
the Internet," he said.
: Also at the Jan. 11 author's
showcase, sponsored by the
Friends of the Library of Ponte,
Vedra Beach, was an emigre
from the U.S.S.R., Marina
Vita.
Vita moved to Sawgrass
about six months agoq from

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photo by CHUCK'ADAMS
Karl Hartzell turned 100 years
old on Tuesday.
the Northeast, where she had
been since emigrating in
1972, she said.
She said she learned English
on the streets and subways of
Manhattan and by watching
"Sesame Street" and reading.
The book Vita had on dis-
play in the library's communi-
cations room, where authors
had table space and library
patrons came to meet them,
was "Blue Russia," a fictional-
ized autobiographical novel
about a young woman who
.was born, raised and lived in
the hub of Moscow in the
Soviet Union.
"It's a self-discovery story of
'a young woman who began
living without identity, came
to this country and found her-
self and triumph," she said.
Her writing sprang from
"having too much to say and
not being able to ... do it in
Russian, because I could never
have done this in Russia," she
said.
"So I started writing in
EngliSh. I was able to come
very deep inside. I don't think
I would ever be able to write it


,See AUTHORS, A-10


photo by CHUCK ADAMS
Bill McQuilkin at the head of a table with local authors Mary
Kohnke, Ernie Bono and Father Bob Hanlon.


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Wedding


Engagements


Michael Magnera Shawn Reich and
and Sherri Setchell Kellie Richardson


Setchell-Magnera

Sherri Lynn Setchell and
Michael James Magnera, both
of Atlanta, have announced
their engagement to be mar-
ried.
The bride-elect is the daugh-
ter of Fred and Linda Setchell
of Jacksonville.
The groom-elect is the son of
Frank and Joyce NMagnera of
Rochester, N.Y.
The couple plan to marry
Feb. 24, 2007, in St. Lucia.

People & Places


Richardson-Reich

Shawn Reich and 'Kellie
Nicole Richardson, both of
Jacksonville, have. announced
their engagement to be mar-
ried.
The bride-elect is the daugh-
ter of Billy and Jonelle
Richardson of Jackson\ille. She
is a graduate of Lee High
School and is employed as a
M.A. at Shanrds Jacksonville.
The groom-elect is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Reich of
Jacksonville. He is employed as
a respiratory tech at Orange
Park Medical Center.
The couple plan to marry in
April


Ron and Muriel Gr
Jacksonville Beach au
the engagement o
daughter, Jenny Gre
Chris Schroeder of Orl
He is the son of
Schroeder and the lat
Schroeder.
' The bride-to-be gr
from Florida State U
and is an account e
with DHL in Orlando.
The groom-to-be g
from the University ol
Florida and Florid
University School of La
an attorney at la'
Rissman, Weisberg,
Hurt, Donahue & M cL
in Orlando.
The wedding is plai
April 1, 2006, at tf
Marina Hotel, Jack
Beach.


renier of
announce
,f their


Karen Flint and
David Bernstein
Flint-Bernstein


nier, :to Karen Lynne Flint and David
ando. Charles Bernstein, both of
SDaniel Atlantic Beach, have
:e Elinor announced their engagement
to the married.
graduated The bride-elect is the daugh-
niversity ter of Lloyd and Susan Flint of
executive Sharpsburg, Ga. She is a gradu-
ate of Coweta High School and
graduated Valdosta State University. She
f Central is employed by Wachovia.
a State The groom-elect is the son of
aw. He is Jerry and Marie Watson of
w with. Neptune Beach and David and
Barrett, Liz Bernstein of Longwood, Fla.
ain, P.A., He is a graduate of Fletcher
High School and the Northeast
nned for Florida Police Academy.
he Casa The couple plan to wed at 4
:son\ille p.m. Saturday, Feb. 18, at the
Ocean Breeze Officer's Club at
Mayport Naval Station.


Audrey and Grover Brown


Brown-Sumrall


Audrey Leigh Sumrall of
Tallahassee and Grover
Donovan Brown of Gainesville
were married at Sunday, Dec.'
17, at St. Paul's Catholic
Church in Jacksonville Beach.
Father William Kelly per-
Sformed the ceremony. ,
The bride is the daughter of
Susan Sumrall of Jacksonville
Beach. She is a graduate of
Fletcher High School and
Florida State University. She is
employed by AvMed Health
Plans as a manager of contract
compliance and administra-
Stion.
SThe groom is the son of
Elaine Kralik-Brown and the
late Grover Brown of Miami.
He is a graduate of Oak Hall
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University of Florida. He is a ..
second-year law student at LIF. i ,'
Matron of honor was Hope. rI
Famating Thorwart. : State Regent Rebecca i .t
Bridesmaids were Erin Brown' Locka lejf o e
Andreina Figueroa, Justine
Florez, Amy Hi-anburger, Daughters of the American
Whitney- Harrell and Karen Revolution with Jean Ribault ".. ,
Pantfoeder. Kathryn Burns was" Chapter Regent Sally Austin at -
the flower girl. the local chapter's 53rd .
Joseph Bryant Jr. was the best anniversary celebration.
man. Groomsmen were BrianI
Allen, Alan Florez. Andrew Fletcher High student David
Kralik, Chris McCarthy, Brian Kidder performed in "Beatle
Mulligan and Chad Stevens. Mania" as ,part of the 2006
Jack "Trey" Sumrall hlI was the Gator Bowyl pre-game show. -- .
ringbearer. Rehearsals were held at Jack phoro., ubirT.,h
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Education


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Ansley McCaughey, 10, a fifth grade student at Discovery Montessori School, demonstrates one
of her math lessons to her father, Tom McCaughey, during a "Father's Breakfast" at the
Jacksonville Beach school.

EDUCATION BRIEFS


FROM STAFF
The 15th annual Duval
County schools Magnet Mania
Expo is set for Saturday, Jan.
21. The event is held from 11
a.m. to 3 p.m. at the
Jacksonville Fairgrounds.
School representatives and
magnet students will be avail-
able to provide first-hand infor-
mation on the wide variety of
programs. The magnet themes
offered by 50 schools range
from aviation to visual and per-
forming arts. Other programs
include college preparatory,
information, technology, culi-
nary arts, as well as medical
and public service.
"For more information, visit
www.magnetprograms.com
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pnoto subminea
Helen-B. Furnans is Fletcher
High School's' Tabdhiaidft[i
Month.


Fletcher High School seniors
and their parents are invited to
attend a college financial aid
workshop at 6 p.m. Thursday,
Jan. 26, in the school auditori-
um.
College financial aid admin-
istrators and Fletcher High
counselors will provide infor-
mation about various state and
federal aid programs.
All seniors who are planning
to attend any post secondary
school should complete the
Free Application for Federal
Student Aid (FAFSA,.
Fletcher's Guidance
Department will have a limited
amount of paper applications
f6r- those 07ho do not have
internet access.
*


Authors: 'Memories by Vicar's Vets'


Cont. from .4-8
in Russian. This is a blessing
that I was able to write in
English. It's an accomplish-
ment and a blessing," she
said.
Among the other authors,
who numbered about 30, were
five other residents of Vicar's
Landing.
Among those five was
Bobbie West, whose book,
"Vicar Remembers, War
Memories by 'icar's Vets,"
tells the stories of 50 fellow
Vicar's men and women and
their memories from War War
II.
"I collected their stories,"
said West, "because I didn't
want them to go away with-
out recording their stories at
the 60th anniversary [of the


end of World War II in 2005]."
Included in the book are
World War II-era photographs
of some of the contributors.
"Five of them ended up in
the Battle of Leyte Gulf [in the
Philippines], Marybeth
Weston Lobell, another Vicar's
resident, said of West's book.
"They didn't know each
other, but they were all
there."
Lobell, a former garden edi-
tor for "House and Garden"
magazine, said her latest of
five books is the true story of a
squaw with blue eyes.
The woman, Cynthia Anne
Parker, was a Texas girl cap-
tured by Comanches in 1836.
She became the mother of
chief Quanah Parker and was
later recaptured by her white


family.
"It's a first-person narrative
that I've used as a one-woman
play, and so have others," said
Lobell.
Also showcasing their wares
at the library last week was a
trio calling itself "The Three
Catholics:" Father Robert
Hanlon, Mary Kohnke and
Ernie Bono.
Hanlon is a retired college
professor who taught psychol-
ogy for 30 years and whose
latest of three books is
"Ransom of Istanbul."
Kohnke, a Palm Valley resi-
dent and former St. Johns
County commissioner, has
recently had published the
first in a series of four books
based on local events.


Whale: 'Towns depended on them'


Cont. from A-8
old first mate, later became a
captain in 1832 and retired
from the sea in 1840. He lived
to be 71.
The captain of the Essex,
George Pollard, 29, gave up
whaling and became a night
watchman in Nantucket,
Shannon said.
Chase's account of the
ordeal was published in 1821
under the title "Narrative of
the Most Extraordinar' and
Distressing Shipwreck of the
Whale-Ship Essex."





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The most recent book about
the Essex ("In the Heart of the
Sea: The Tragedy of the
Whaleship Essex") was pub-
lished in 2000 by Nantucket
author Nathaniel Philbrick.
Norman Thompson, an
Atlantic Beach resident who is
reading Philbrick's book,
attended Saturday's lecture.
"I went home and reread
the the chapter about the
whale attack," Thompson
said.
Shannon said the irony of
the Essex is that the sailors


steered clear of islands known
to be inhabited by cannibals,
but ultimately resorted to can-
nibalism to stay alive.
"That's the whale of the
tale," said Shannon, a lecturer
on cruise ships since 2002.
Last year aboard a
Norwegian Cruise Line ship,
Shannon said he met a
woman who claimed to be a
descendant of one of the
Essex sailors who was shot for
food.
The sailor's name was Owen
Coffin.


Recipes: Rice bites, Rollo de Queso


Cont. from A-8

Lettuce Bites

1 head of lettuce

1 onion, finely chopped

3-4 eggs

salt to taste, start with 1 tsp.

1 cup cheese (mozzarella,
Italian mix, or other)

Wash lettuce, drain well,
and cut lettuce into small
pieces (about one-half inch
wide and one inch long).
In a large mixing bowl com-
bine all ingredients and mix
well. Add more cheese if
desired.
Put about 2 T olive oil in a
frying pan and heat at medi-
um low temperature. Add the
mixture either by spoonfuls or
cover the bottom of the pan
with about half of the mix-
ture.
Cook the spoonfuls for a
couple minutes until golden
and turn and cook the other
side. For the larger amount,
cook for about 5 minutes and
check if the bottom is nicely
browned. When the bottom is
browned invert onto a plate,
add a little more oil to the
pan and then slide the mix-
ture back into the pan. Cook
for about 5 more minutes or
until browned and invert onto
a serving plate. Cut into four
servings.

*Optional: add other vegeta-
bles such as carrots or spinach
or use all spinach instead of
lettuce.

Rice Bites

1 cup short grained rice,
cooked

1 cup green onion, chopped

1 cup grated cheese (moz-
zarella, Italian mix, or other)

3-4 eggs

salt

olive oil

Cook the rice with extra
water and salt to make the
finished rice sticky; if the
directions call for two cups of
water add up to three cups of
water.
In a large mixing bowl, put
together all ingredients and
mix well. Start with three
eggs; there should be enough
eggs to moisten everything
well. The eggs will bind every-
thing together as it cooks. Add
extra cheese if desired.
In a non-stick frying pan,
heat about 2 T of olive oil at
medium low heat. Add spoon-
fuls of rice mixture to the pan
and cook for a few minutes. If
the mixture does not hold
together, it may be necessary
to add another egg.
When the bottom is
browned, turn to the other
side and fry until nicely
browned.

'Optional: Other vegetables
such as carrots or spinach can
be added to the mixture.

Rice with Meat
Filling

Ingredients for rice mixed
as above

2 lbs. ground beef

salt and peppepper

1 T ground hot pepper or
hot paprika

1 tsp. cumin

1 8 oz. can tomato sauce

Brown the meat and drain
away any fat. Add the rest of
the ingredients and cook over


Photo by KATHY NICOLETT
Slices of Rollo de Queso, warm from the oven.


low heat until most of the liq-
uid is absorbed and flavors are
well blended.
Heat 2 T olive oil in a non-
stick frying pan over low to
medium loIk heat. Place half
of the rice mixture in the pan.
Spoon the meat over the rice
and finish with the rest of the
rice over the top.
Cook for about 20 minutes
or until the rice on the top is
dry to the,touch. Invert the
food onto a plate and slide
the food back into the frying
pan. Cook until the bottom is
golden brown.
Invert onto a serving plate
and cut into wedges to serve.

Llajua (Fresh
Tomato Sauce)

1 hot spicy pepper

1 tomato

one-half tsp. salt

Chop up the tomato and
pepper. Place in a blender
with the salt and blend until
liquefied and thickened. Add
additional hot peppers to
make the sauce spicier.
Serve with vegetable dishes,
potatoes, rice, meats, chips,
etc.

Rollo de Queso
(Cheese Roll)

2 cups flour

2 tsp. baking powder

2 T butter


1 tsp. sugar

one-half tsp. salt

1 cup milk

one to one and one-half
cups shredded cheese

3 eggs, separated

1 tsp. hot Hungarian papri-
ka

egg wash for brushing,
optional

To make the dough: In a
bowl mix butter and sugar,
then add the egg yolks. Mix
until smooth.
Add the flour, baking pow-
der, and salt. Add the milk lit-
tie by little to make a smooth
dough. Do not use more than
1 cup of milk. Set aside

To make the filling:
Combine the egg whites with
the cheese and paprika, stir
until well blended.

To assemble the cheese roll:
On a floured surface, roll the
dough into a circular shape.
Cover the entire surface of
the dough with the cheese
mixture. Roll, lelly-ioll style,
or fold the dough in thirds,
folding each outer third of the
dough over the center.
Brush the top with egg wash
if desired for a golden color
on top. Bake at 350 degrees
for about 20 minutes. Slice to
serve; enjoy either warm or
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January 18,2006 SPO RTS


SInside
S.Not yet Jaguars time
* The Fishing Leader.
* Soccer photos


Gateway Conference soccer championship


Senators lose to Mandarin


in game's final 30 seconds


By ROBERT DeANGELO
SPORTS EDITOR

In a span of 48 hours, players
on Fletcher's girls soccer team
experienced the elation of an
overtime victory and the
despair of losing the Gateway
Conference title with 30 sec-
onds left to plpy.
Last Thursday, Senators
freshman midfielder Carolina
Lencina boosted her teammates
with a tremendous individual
effort in overtime to score the
game-winning
goal in a 2-1
defeat of Paxon
at Patton Park.
About three
and a half min-
utes into the
second over-
time period,
Lencina drib-
bled around
three Paxon
defenders with
nifty footwork
and blasted a MUSTAN
left-footed shot
from 15 feet SENATOI


out to secure
the victory.
The game was a hard-fought'
physical affair producing few
quality scoring chances for
either side. But first half goals
by the Senators' Caitlin Ross
and Paxon's Leslie Sall left the
score knotted at 1 after 40 min-
utes of play. A scoreless second
half meant two five-minute
overtime periods, with Lencina
capitalizing to notch the gold-
en goal.
The win put Fletcher in the
Gateway Conference champi-
onship game against a gritty
Mandarin squad Saturday after-
noon in bluster)' conditions.
For 79 minutes and 30 seconds
the teams battled from one end
of the field to the other, again
producing few solid scoring
opportunities.
Defense ruled the afternoon,
with neither team able to
mount a consistent offensive


(
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attack. In fact, Fletcher earned
only one corner kick and the
Mustangs two.
With 30 ricks left on the
clock and both teams eyeing
OT, Mustangs forwards Kate
Bitetto and Emily Moss charged
on goal after a free kick and
somehow managed to chip the
ball over Senators keeper Anna
Donaldson who was rushing
out of her net to cut down the
angle. Bitetto nudged the ball
past Donaldson and Moss got a
knee on the bouncing sphere to
steer it toward an empty net for
the only tally
of the contest.
"I just think
that in the last
30 seconds we
got caught on
our heels," a
dejected Don-
aldson said.
"[NMandarin]
took advan-
tage of it. The
ball went over
the top of our
3S 1 wall and there
were a couple
S 0 of unmarked


players
S finished
my hand on it, but


who
it. I
that's


Mandarin coach Jason
Cooley said he and Mustangs
players were as surprised as
anyone with the late-game
goal.
"[Moss] came in and just
knocked it in," Cooley said of
the game-winner. "So it was a
big moment for her. I'm sure
her eyes were as big as dough-
nuts."
While the Senators (14-4-1)
had to swallow the disappoint-
ing defeat Sunday, players
would not have to wait long for
a shot at revenge. Mandarin
(15-5-2) and Fletcher were slat-
ed to go at it Tuesday night at
Orange Park in the District 1-
6A semifinal.
"We've already played them
three times this season, but this
game just reminded us of their


strengths and weaknesses," said
Donaldson. "I think we're pret-
tv evenly matched, and at some
points we were definitely better


than them, so I think we're all
looking forward to seeing them
again Tuesday."
Senators coach Megan
Pardue indicated Thursday
night's overtime game might
have drained players both
physically and emotionally.
"In the last two minutes we
kind of broke down on
defense," she said. "I think
maybe we were tired. We didn't
have verv many) subs, three of


our players are injured and a
starting player wasn't here.
"It was a physical game but f
like how we handled it. We did-
n't back down, so that was pos-
itive."
Pardue said she hopes her
players learned a lesson about
playing from whistle to whistle
and that the loss will stoke the
Senators' competitive fire for a
measure of revenge against the
Mustangs.


Fletcher's regular season is
over, and Pardue noted her
team's focus is now entirely on
the district championship.
"It'l be a test to see what
we're made of. If we win, if we
beat Mandarin on Tuesday, we
go on to play the winner of the
number three and number four
[seeded] teams," the coach said.
"And if we lose, we go home
and start eating cookies after
school and watching Oprah."


Photos'by ROB DeANGELO
TOP LEFT: Senators Carolina Lencina, left, and Caitlin Ross celebrate Lencina's game-winning goal in overtime Thursday against
Paxon. TOP RIGHT: Bridgette Harrigan, left, and Mary Salfer-Hobbs leave the field following Saturday's 2-1 loss to Mandarin in the
conference championship game. ABOVE: Fletcher goalkeeper Anna Donaldson, right, tries to stop the ball while Mandarin's Katie
Bitetto (8) charges forward as the Mustangs score with just 30 seconds left in the Gateway Conference championship contest.


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FISHING




Whiting are back, snapper biting on party grounds


T he whiting are back and
the snapper were biting
on the party grounds
most of last week. Along the
jetties the sheepshead fishing
remains strong along with red-
bass and ringtails.
Adam Ross and Jeff Holiday
tried the cold surf last Friday
and caught big whiting on
both tides near the Gate sta-
tion. They cleaned 65 whiting
that afternoon, some weighing
nearly two pounds.
Al Wiltshire and Don Pappas
on "Sharkey's Den" anchored
-in the river across from Sisters
Creek and caught 30 whiting
and several yellowmouth last,
Thursday.
Phillip Grossman fished the
surf near the Jacksonville
Beach Pier last Wednesday and
caught 30 whiting.
On the pier Wednesday,
Mike Madison caught 10 whit-
ing and Jerome Austin brought
60 whiting and 30 yellow-
mouth over the pier rails in
three days of fishing last
Weds., Thurs. and Friday.
Capt. George Bull on his
"Bionic Bull" made a Friday
run in the canal toward Nassau
Sound and netted 14 redbass
and one drum.
James Gergley, and his friend
Matt Hamilton, aboard their
"Head Hunter" last Monday


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caught 40 sheepshead.
Capt. David King and Mike
Morris caught 11 sheepshead,
one drum and a pair of redbass
along the jetties on Monday.
On Wednesday., they teamed
up for 19 sheepshead. All were
caught with fiddlers.
. Jetty guide Fred Morrow,
with his buddy Jimmy Allen,
used live bait in the river near
Sisters Creek and caught 22
speckled trout and a 25-inch
redbass.
Canal guide John Dyrssen
with his guest Tom Johns, from
Missouri, fished the canal near
the Wonderwood Bridge .nd
caught 11 trout, a redbass and
one flounder.
Capt. Kirk Waltz fished from


his "Enterprise" last Monday
with Charles Hyatt and Charles
Wallace at the jetties and
caught 17 redbass, 12 ringtails,,
12 blues and a sheepshead. On
Wednesday, Capt. Kirk and his
guests fished the north river
near St. Augustine and caught
11 redbass, three trout and a
drum.
Capt. Dave Sipler and Pete
Telford used live shrimp in the
river to pick up 20 trout, a pair.
of redbass weighing up to 15
pounds and a four-pound
sheepshead.
Larry "Fishman" Finch and
Bryan Smith used fiddlers
along the big jetties to catch 27
sheepshead weighing between
three and six pounds, and on
Tuesday, with George
Atelevich, Larry reports a catch
of 30 sheepshead.
Capt. Dennis Young fished
from his "Sea Dancer" last
Tuesday with Clayton Doerr
and his son, Doug. They
caught eight snapper and two
grouper, and on Thursday the
Tony Favino party pulled up 10
snapper weighing six to 10
pounds, one grouper and sev-
eral seabass.
It might be time to think
about fishing the fresh water.
Mike Tandarich used minnows
to catch 20 speckled perch last
Thursday.


From left: 'ohn Fung, Tommy Hebert, David Lockett and Duane Schmidt with their great catch of
grouper and snapper made aboard the "Sea Dancer" with Captain Dennis Young.


On Monday, Captain B'ob
Cosby, fishing solo on the flats
east of Sisters Creek, caught 5
redfish (including a 31 inch
red on fly), 12 speckled trout
and 2 flounder. The next day ,


in the same area, Captain Bob
guided David and Christopher
Jancz to 4 redfish (to 20 inch-
es), and approximately 20
trout.
'Last Monday, Corey Bownes


and Rand'y Guy caught their
limit of snapper weighing up
to 15 pounds and a pair of
grouper to 17 pounds about 15
miles offshore.
Good fishing.


Not yet time for Jaguars to shine


Baseball
Registration for Jacksonville
Beach Babe Ruth Baseball, for
players ages 13 to 15 as of April
S30, 2006, will take place Jan. 21
and 28 from 10 a.m. until 1
p.m. at the concession stand
behind Seabreeze Elementary
School.
Birth certificates are required
for all new players. Registration
fee is $95 per player.
The River City Travel Baseball
League will conduct its 2006
spring coaches meeting on Jan.
14 at 9 a.m. at the North '~'--'
Florida Baseball Academy, 5913
St. Augustine Road,
Jacksonville. For more informa-
tion phone Rob Larosa at 237-
0210.
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Jax Xtreme, a new travel
beball team is forming for the
January to July season. This
team will be coached by a for-
mer pro baseball player.
Players with great attitudes
and supportive parents are
invited to phone Wayne at 993-
3530 for more information.
Girls on the Run'
Registration is now open for
Girls on the Run of N.E.
Florida, an after-school pro-
gram for 3rd to 6th grade girls
that combines running and
training for a 5K (3.1 miles)
run/walk, along with healthy
living education and life les-.
sons. Spring programs begin in
Feb. and take place, at various
locations throughout Ponte
Vedra Beach, Atlantic Beach,
Neptune Beach and
Jacksonville.
For more information phone
(904) 321-4315 or visit
www.GOTRrieflorida.org.
Soccer
Spring registration for the
Beaches Soccer League will take
place Jan. 29 until Feb. 12 at The
Soccer Stop, 1518 N. Third
Street, Jax Beach.
The league is for boys and
girls ages pre-K (4 years old) to
7th grade and games are played
at San Pablo Fields across from
Fletcher High School. Season
begins March 6 and ends May
19, with all games played on
weeknights.
For more information phone
Mike Levine at 635-8969 or via
e-mail at levinem@education-
central.org.
First Coast soccer registration
is ongoing until Jan. 20.
Programs are available for play-
ers ages 5 to 18 years old. Visit
www.firstcoastsoccer.com or
phone 223-3606 for details..
Softball
The St. Johns Softball
Association, softball league for
'the PVAA, is conducting sign-
ups for the spring season. The
league is open to girls ages 5 to
16 with home games played at
Davis Park.
Registration takes place at
Cornerstone Park (1046 A1A
North) on Jan. 14 from 10 a.m.
until 3 p.m.. and Jan. 15 from 1
p.m. until 3 p.m. For more
information phone Patti O'Shea
at 280-1389 or 655-5925.


the only thing we know
for sure in the Super
Bowlis- that the Jaguars won't
have to go to Detroit.
There were many bad breaks
for coach Jack Del Rio's team
last season .- including safety
ace Nick Sorenson's ankle and
the lesser maiming of quarter-
back Byron
Leftwich, who
was able to come
back, but of all
the bad breaks
, ,i aa ing,,tQ,,gq.iA t f F,,Ii,-
Detroit isn't one .
of them.
It's just not
time yet for the
Jaguars to make "
their Super Bowl -. av
debut. Playing ,
the New England REX EDI
champs showed PRES
Jacksonville had
about run out of
gas. When the team finally
makes it, next year looms as a
possibility, Fred Taylor, Jimmy
Smith and the entire defense
should be in top shape, along
with the quarterbacking corps.
By then maybe the fuss over
who should be the No. 1 signal
caller should be put'to rest.
Make no mistake, unless crip-
pling injury puts, him' on the
sideline, again, next season's


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Jaguars quarterback will be
Byron Leftwich. No matter
what David Garrard or Quinn
Gray do even if they can
throw touchdown passes
standing on their heads while
whistling "Happy Days are
Here Again!"
Wayne Weaver spent a for-
tune drafting and signing
Leftwich at Chief of. Staff
James Harris's
urging and they
.mean for him to
be the star of
their show. What
M. Mr Weayer and
._, I I 'aecal '-r,, Harris'
ant, they, will
,get.


And Leftwich
critics need not
blame coach Del
Rio. He's a good
I. coach and a nice
ONDSON fellow, but he
.isn't autono-
BOX mous, he takes
orders, too.
Speaking of coach Del Rio,
as others have pointed out, he
is sadly in need of a hefty raise.
How can we claim'to be the
up-and-coming NFL franchise
of the future if we're compen-
sating the head'coach at the
bottom of the pay scale?
Uncork some of. that dough
you're saving for such super-
duper draftees as Reggie
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way Reggie cuts up on the
field, we sorta figured he was
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Here come the Suns
Meanwhile, congratulations:
to Jacksonville Suns vice presi-
dent Peter Bragan Jr. for finally
getting the Los, Angeles
Dodgers to come here for an
exhibition game next month.
The Bragans have worked for
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Not only did the Suns win
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Season Is here. Must see the beautiful
peaceful mountains of Western NC.
Homes, cabins, acreage & investments.
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Estate, Murphy www.cherokeemountain-
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TENNESSEE LAKESIDE Retreats. New
gated community. Incredible lake & moun-
tain views. 1-5 acre building sites from the
$40s. Lake access, boat ramp, private
slips (limited). Don't miss out. Call
(866)292-5769.
OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY
40 QUAIL LANE 2PM-5PM
$368K 1841SF. Directons: Beach Blvd..,
South on 15th St., becomes Fairway, right
on Quail
FLORIDA RLTY USA 246-0000.


BRICK BEACH BUNGALOW
211 35th Ave Souln. Jax Beacn O.:.ar,.
side of A1A. 4500sf. LR, FR, 2BR/1.5BA.
Hardwood floors throughout. CH&A.'l-Car.
garage, 55'x120' loi 11495k By appoint-
ment only Call 249-6150
LAST CHANCE lo own a Porie Vedra
property at attordaole price Peacelul
2BR'2.5BA in PV Coun. $164 ,900 Reni
or Own. Call 614-2782.
www.jaxonthemarket.com
BEAUTIFULLY DECORATED 3BR/2BA'
split plan w/open eal.n kilcren, normal liv-
ing and dining rooms and large great
room. Full stucco. covered lsr.a and over-
sized lenced yard wilh room enough for a
pool. $274,900. Phyllis Siaines 904-476-
SOLD. RE/MAX Coastal Real Estate.
www 1971 Knoningnam com
'OPEN HOUSE; Neptune Beach. FSBO.
1-4pm Saturday, Sunday. 1020 Penman
Rd. 4BR/4BA, 2500sf. On (almost) 1 acre
lot. $567k. 246-3464.
NEPTUNE BEACH. FSBO. Duplex, or sin-
le home. 1BR/1BA (each). East of A1A.
490,000. 246-8200..
PONTE VEDRA, 3BR/2BA, beautiful, re-
modeled townhome op lake. End unit.
$193,000. 424-0660.
I HAVE decided to sell my 3BR/3.5BA
+2car garage executive Ilha Bela town-
home, which is east of A1A and 1 block
from the ocean. Construction just complet-
ed. Everything is truly top of the line.
$595,000. 310 South 2nd St. Unit D.
(904)233-2151..
LEASE-PURCHASE. Intracoastal West,
North Kernan. 3BR/2BA/2-car, great room,
fireplace,- on lake, new paint & carpet.
$249,500 OBO. Independent Brokers.
710-3111.


NEW CONSTRUCTION. Jax Beach.
Beautiful 2 story house- 3139sf. Only 4
blocks to the beach #500 11th Avenue
South. You can still pick your colors.
Ready spring 2006. Best new construction
value at the beach.- $649K. Call John
Wolfel, Licensed R/E Broker 699-8887.
www.elitehomesfl.com


NEWER, CUSTOM built, private, ocean-
front home with high dune views of the
ocean and Intracoastal Waterway. Approx.
4458+ sf., 5BR/4.5BA, den/ office, tile and
hardwood floors, formal living and dining,
pool and spa, screened lanai with hot tub,
lush landscaping and loaded. $2,750,000.
Phyllis Staines, 904-476-SOLD. RE/MAX
Coastal Real Estate. www.pstaines.com


COASTAL SOUTHEAST Georgia. Large
wooded water access, marsh view, lake
front, and golf oriented homesites from the
mid $70's. Live oaks, pool, tennis, golf.
(877)266-7376. www.cooperspoint.com
ASHEVILLE, NC area Pleaceful gated
community. Incredible 'riverfront and
mountain view homesites. 1 to 8 acres
from the $60s. Custom 'cdge hik;ng ira;ls
5 miles to natural hot springs. Call
(866)292-5762.

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Beautifully wooded, deep boatable Water,
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port & White Pine. Call Ricky Bryant
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ATL BEACH OCEANFRONT
TOWN CENTER LOT $2.2M
ZONES RG2 FOR 2 HOMES

ATL BCH LOT $249,000.
East of Seminole 50x100. BUILD your
Dreamhome.

SOUTH BEACH $368K
3/2 near school, hospital, parks, golf,
$1841SF.
FLORIDA RLTY USA 246-0000.



ATLANTIC BEACH, close to ocean,
85'x130' with house. Steve 881-9901.
ATTENTION BUILDERS
The finest ocean view lot available in'Jax
Beach $829,000. Plan and permits in
place. If interested call Mark @ The Dil-
worth Realty Group of Vanguard GMAC
591-6976.


FSBO, INTRACOASTAL West (off Ker-
nan) 3BR/2BA, 1,855sf., separate living
room and dining room, $290.000. Call
(904)716-7201:
NEW CONSTRUCTION, Jax Beach.
Townhomes & Condos: $359k ir $5991'.
West of 3rd Street 11 Avenue Soulh. 8ir,
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o 3rd' Street. 12.ni A rnuu; P nrn ar,.a
181h Avenue Nortn Gel in on pre-con-
siruclion prices. Beaulilul new lownrinmes
with many different floor plans. Call John
Wolfel, Licensed R/E Broker 699-8887.
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Condos, Atlantic Beach. Close to all major
access routes. Now accepting reserva-
tions: Call Mark, The Dilworth Realty
Group of Vanguard GMAC. 591-6976.



ATLANTIC BEACH
165 Pine St. 2/1.5 TH, fenced, lawn serv-
ice incl. $1025/mo. Sec. dep. $550. Brok-
er/ owner 249-8766 call anyday.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 1651 Coquina Place.
Private, 1BR, 1/2 block to Ocean. Large
deck/yard, new carpet/tile floors. No
pets. $750/mo. Credit check. No
washer/dryer. (904)803-3072.


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S. JAX BCH 1 &2:BR APTS
CH/A, WDHU. East of l1t St. $650-
$795/mo. 241-RENT.
NEW 'COZY 1BR, deck w/ocean view,
CH&A. Water, sewer, garbage included.
Credit check, No pets. $750/mo. 514-8530
BLOCK TO beach 2BR/1BA, upstairs,
WDHU, new CH&A, new. carpet, new
paint, 126 8th Ave. South. No pets.
724-6335.

2212 S. 1ST St. Clean & quiet 1BR/1BA,
fully equipped kitchen. $800/mo.
(904)803-6834.
JAX BCH, 116 13th Ave N., 2BR/1BA, up-
stairs, CH&A, $985/mo, utilitiess. Avail.
Feb. 472-3699.
GREAT OCEAN VIEW
1 BR, one block to beach, large balcony,
ceramic tile floors, WDHU, walk-in closet.
$825/mo. Ocean View, 160 7th Avenue N.
993-2555 www.BeachesApartments.com


JAX BEACH small 1BR furnished guest ATLANTICr BEACH Duplex. 2BR1.B NA,
house on scenic canal, unique, $200 per washerdryer, hot tub; .fened yard. Near
week includes utilities, cable. 349-3434. Town enter. $975/mo. (904)269-7550.
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NORTH JAX Beach, efficiency $485/mo,
1BR $585/mo., 1 block from ocean, pool.
No pets. 249-5368.
APARTMENTS AVAILABLE. Beaches
area. '2BR, $750/mo.+ deposit. Call
246-9162, 3#.


ALLANTIIC BEtACH. z-StOry, zIH/ .OIfB+
loft. Selva Lakes. Beautiful lakeview.
Vaulted ceilings, plush carpeting, wallpa-
per throughout, replace, 2-car garage.
Washer/Dryer on 2nd floor for conven-
ience. Call 861-4636 and press 61190 for
more information. $1400/mp.+ security.


JAX BEACH, 19 Fairway Ln. Large scenic
lot on golfcourse w/pool. Completely reno-
vated. 3BR/2BA w/Maple cabinets, granite
counter tops, stainless steel appliances,
Teakwood flooring & tile. Indoor laundry
room & beautiful glassed-in Florida room.
$539,000. Call (904)424-7204. Will Co-op.
ATLANTIC BEACH
CYPRESS CREEK- Priced for quick sale
Lg 2-story 3BR 2.5BA, 2 car gar.,
$177,900.
ICW
EAGLES CREEK- 10 minutes from
beaches/ base. Gorgeous 4/2, nice lot,
scr. porch, many upgrades. Close to
schools & shopping. $247,900.
HICKORY CREEK-- Lg. 3/2, car gar.,
nice lot, freshly painted/ clean, avail, now
for quick move-in. $245,900.
TIFFANY PINES- Minutes from beaches/
base, 4/2, lots of tile, treed lot, gar., fresh
paint, avail, now, $189,000..
HOME FINDER REALTY
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OPEN HOUSE SAT 11AM-3PM.
PONTE VEDRA BEACH CONDO.
3BR/2BA. $435,000 Townhouse, end unit.
Beachside of AiA with 5 star amenities.
We also have 1 & 2 bedroom units availa-
ble. SOUTH PONTE VEDRA WATER-
FRONT. 3BR/2BA/2-CAR. $460,000.
BEACHWALK. Fabulous Home offering
miles of ICW views in a small beachside
community with pool, tennis, beach pavi-
lion and lawn maintenance included, see
www.killebrewrealty.com or call Kirk Kille-
brew at (904)463-1131. Killebrew &
Company Realty, Inc.
PONTE VEDRA Court Townhome,
3BR/2BA, 1280sf. $189K. Move-in ready!.
Fred Miller Group Realtors, owner/ listing
ageni Joie Frosrh 536-6652.
FSBO- 3BWR2BA, gated-community
2151sf. with in-ground-pool, $459,900.
Realtors welcome. MLS#274700 Open
House 1/15 and 1/22, 1-4pm. 1463 Blue
Heron Lane East. Jax. Bch.
(904)859-5754.
OPEN HOUSE. FSBO. South Jax Beach
Home. Saturday, Sunday, 12noon-4pm.
3BR/2BA, 1824sf. Backyard s So. Beach
Park! 3017 Si Johns Blvd Won'l lasi, al
$399,000. (9041270-2073

OPEN HOUSE -Saturday, 1/21, 1-4pm.
Beautiful, nearly new, 3/2 in Sutton Lakes
for $274,900. Left on Willesdon E., right
on Willesdon S., right to 1971 Knotting-
ham Trace Lane. Phyllis Staines, 904-
476-SOLD, RE/MAX Coastal Real Estate,
*Avvw 197llknorlingnam.com


JAX BEACH. 2BR/1BA Apartment, near
Ocean. References, lease. 222 4th Ave.
South. $795/mo. 221-4134.
JAX BEACH. 427-B North 6th Street. Up-
per 2BR/1BA w/eat-in kitchen. CH&A. Tile
foor, LR, hall. Washer/dryer. $900/mo.
$900/dep. 993-8597,
JAX BEACH 2BR/1.5BA, spacious town-
house, 1 block to beach immaculate,
freshly painted and new carpet. $975/mo.
Call 242-9195.
ATLANTIC BEACH
2BR/1.5BA townhouse, ceramic tile floors,
CH&A, WDHU, 1.5 blocks to Ocean. 1st,
last, deposit. lyr.'lease. $975/mo.
Donna Ross Real Estate, Inc. 246-4862.
BEACHES. PALMS At March Landing.
3BR/2BA, all new, hardwood & tile. Up-
graded kitchen, fireplace, washer/dryer in-
cluded. $1350/mo.+ dep. Call 759-3140
to view.
JAX BEACH, 2BR/1BA, 2 Blocks to
OCEAN; CH&A, $825/mo. 407 South 2nd
Street. 616-2871.
WOLF CREEKS, gated community, fur-
nished, 2 story, 2BR/2.5BA, gorgeous
clubhouse, fitness center, pool. $850/mo.
Avail. 1/16. Call Edna (904)221-7398,
(904)476-4851.
STEPS TO OCEAN
JAX BEACH. 1BR/1BA, no WDHU.
$675/mo. includes utilities 1028 North 1st
St. 280-7776.
WATERFRONT RENTAL 2BR/2BA
Townhouse. $850/mo. 1 mile west of May-
port ferry. 733-5225, 241-RENT.


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^EI BEACH RENTALS
% Unfurnished Homes Sawgrass PV 3BR/2BA, home has two Unfhrnished Condos
SPonte Vedra by the Sea- PV car garage, fireplace, recently updated. Summerhouse PV
S5BR/3.5BA, fabulous home, 3 car $1600/mo. Newly renovated, new carpet, baths,
garage, fenced backyard, screened L'atrium PV 3BR/2BA home w/jacuzzi, kitchen,tile and great amenities.
porch. $2950/mo. lake view, fireplace, comm. pool, garage. 1BR/1BA, Villa $1000/mo
2BR/2BA, ground floor. $1175/mo.
Sawgrass P.C. PV 3BR/2.5BA, $1600/mo. The Colony PV 2BR/2BA, second
Some has screened in pool, den or Dolphin Blvd PV 3BR/2BA, home has floor, new carpet, garage, east ofAA.
office, hardwood floors. $2500/mo. garage, fenced yard, new carpet, fresh $050/mo.
t 114 18thAvenueN-JB3BR/3.BA, paint. $1400/mo. Villas atMarsh Landing -JB
newer townhome, 1/2 block to bch, Innlet Beach PV 2BR/2BA, home on 2BR/2BA, ground floor, w/garage,
Balcony w/ocean view, garage. $2200/ lagoon, fresh paint, new tile & carpet, 2 screened porch and fireplace:
Smo. car garage. $1400/mo. $1100/mo.
Marsh View SPV 4BR/4BA, end 36th Avenue S. JB 2BR/2BA, duplex Palms at Marsh Landing JB
Sunit w/elevator, 2800 SF, beach w/screened porch, garage, vaulted 3BR/2BA, 2nd floor, top end unit,
Access, attached garage. $2200/mo. ceilings. $1400/mo. screened porch, fireplace. $1400/mo.
38 17th Street AB 3BR/2.5BA, isedome rand Cay Villas PV 3BR/2BA, 3rd
17th Street BR/2.5BA, rnished oes floor, vaulted ceilings, tile floors,
^ three story townhome, newly Ocean Grande SPV 3BR/3BA. Condo, upgrades thru-out. $1425/mo.
Srenovated, 1/2 block to bch, garage. luxuriously furnished, screened porch, 922 1 Street S JB 2BR/2BA,
S $1800/mo. across from ocean. $3000/mo. ground floor, attached garage, porch,
Quail Point PV 3BR/3BA. Home Intracoastl West newer building. $1800/mo.
has screened porch, decks, wood PointMeadows-GatePkwy 2BR2BA, i ;
floors, golf course views. $1750/mo. 4th floor condo, elevator, great condition, RE/MAX COASTAL REAL ESTATE 0
Solano Cay PV 3BR/2.5BA, Two screened porch. $950/mo. Shannon Smith
story home, new carpet, two car garage, Avanti Kernan 2BR/2BA, 2nd floor (904) 285-5640
fresh paint, fireplace, screened porch. condo, all appliances, great amenities. www.rentthebeaches.com
$1750/mo. $1050/mo. S

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THE VILLAS. 2BR/2BA, garage, porch,
ground floor, pool, etc. $1050/mo.
33-3545.
ATLANTIC BEACH, Near ocean
3BR/2BA condo w/club pool, fireplace &
morel $1200/mo. All South Realty,
241-4141.
LARGE 1BR, excellent location, 2 blocks
to Ocean, very clean. No pets. $650/mo.
642-1214, 241-1219.
ATLANTIC BEACH. Studio just steps to
ocean Convenient to shops, restaurants!
$675/mo. All South Realty, 241-4141.
ATLANTIC BCH, beautiful 2BR/ 2.5BA, 2
blocks to Town Square/ 4 blocks to beach.
Frplc., washer/ dryer incl. $1125/mo.
(904)742-6423

FABULOUS OCEAN VIEW!
1BR w/study, large porch, washer/ dryer,
wood floors. 2224 Ocean Drive South
$900 993-2555.
www.BeachesApartments.com.
OCEANFRONT
3BR/3BA, large office, Neptune Beach.
Large Oceanfront deck, newly renovated,
washer/dryer, C&/A. Private setting.
$2100/mo. 294-6094.
OCEANFRONT 2BR/1.5BA. Lovely Town-
home. Bamboo floors, granite counter-
tops, stainless appliances. Community
pool, 2 Oceanfront balconies. No pets.
$2000/mo. 2233 Seminole Rd. #19, At-
lantic Beach. 246-2797.
NEPTUNE BEACH, 1649 Landing.
3BR/2BA, completely updated. Beautiful
location, large, fenced yard, 2-car garage,
RV parking. $1600/mo.+ deposit. For ap-
pointment, 1-800-809-9083, leave msg.
PONTE VEDRA- 1BR/1BA condo in con-
venient area near Butlerl Club pool &
amenities! $875/mo. All South Realty,
241-4141.
ATLANTIC BCH/ MAYPORT- 2BR/1BA,
S4-plex apt. 1 year lease, $600/mo+ depos-
it. 91 Stanley Rd. (904)294-8054.
OCEANFRONT. 3BR/2BA condo in S. Jax
Bch. Great views New kitchen, washer/
dryer & morel Club pool. $1950/mo. All
South Realty. 241-4141
PONTE VEDRA BEACH 2BR/2BA
SUMMER HOUSE, many amenilies. Ire-
place. completely renovated, new applian-
ces, first floor. 5995/mo. 349-3434
2BR/2BA townhouse w/den. Energy elli
client, LR, DR & kit. Skylights, deck, CH/A,
WDHU, new carpet & tile, Corian counter-
tops. $1000/mo, $700/dep. No pets. 102
Poinsettia St., Atl Bch. 241-2624.
JAX BEACH. 1305 2nd Street North.
2-Story Townhome, 2BR/1:5BA. 2 Blocks
to Beach, newly renovated. $995/mo.
233-8208.
HOUSE FOR RENT
Available immediately! 3BR/2BA home in
beaullul Fidaler's Marsh in Ponle Vedra
Fully carpeted thru-out. Top :school
district. Includes tennis & pool with short
run to beach. $1295/rrio. plus deposit,
references required. Call Days 403-9297
or 502-2840, Evenings 285-8325.


3BR/1BA, UPSTAIRS apartment, hard-
wood floors. No pets. $1000/mo. +dep.
1202 N. 2nd St., Jax Bch. 757-3710
(work), 221-5638 (home).
MOBILE HOMES. $500 to $550, on pri-
vate lots. Near Mayport Naval Station, no
dogs, 333-5579
MARSH LANDING 2BR'2BA g-rge
kilcnen appliances & wasnir/a'rer
screened porcn. $1100/mo. 249-8875.
JAX BCH, 2 blocks from ocean, 2BR/2BA,
upper, carpet, ceramic tile, WDHU, front
porch. $985/mo. TDO Management Serv-
ices.246-1125.
ATLANTIC BEACH/MAYPORT COURT-
YARDS. 1803 Challenger Court West.
2BR/2BA, 'vaulted ceilings, loft, private
courtyard, tile, great shape! Year lease.
No pets. $895/mo. 631-3583.
JAX BEACH. 1116 lst STREET South.
2BR/1BA, CH&A, washer/dryer. $895/mo.
821-9751,803-3099.


PRESTIGIOUS PABLO Bay Executive. 2-
story, 4BR/3BA/2-car, on lake. Tons of up-
gradesI 2400sf. $469k. 327-0558.
www.candleriomes.com
3BR FORECLOSURE, only $24,9001 Must
sell. For listings. 800-749-8124 ext. 1490.
NEW WATERFRONT COMMUNITY
WATERSEDGE HARBORTOWN
Watersedge at Harbortown will include 20
high-end 4-story Mediterranean-Style town
homes with private courtyard and roof-top
terrace. The option to purchase a 50ft.
boat slip. In your front yard. Only 4 leftill
Prices starting at $1,088,900. Margi Petitt,
Top Producer, Lifestyles Realtor,
(904)571-9821.


1 BED/1 bath; 5 star condos, summer-
house phase II, fireplace, on golf course.
$185K (904)534-4848.
EAST OF A1A, 2/2 Townhome. Wood
floors, fireplace, new roof, jacuzzi tub.
Two blocks to ocean, great investment at
$370,000. 246-3748, 993-7772.
PONTE VEDRA 2BR/2BA, 1-car, lake
view, beach access & furnished
5235.000. 333-2809.
EAST OF A1A. Very Large 1BR/2BA, fully
tumished, washer/dryer included 1 Block
to Beach. $245,000. Call.Mark, 591-6976.
The Dilworth Realty Group of Vanguard
GMAC.
PVB EAST, 3BR/2.5BA, townhouse, new
renovaled. swimming pools, tennis.
$220,000. 285-0913, 613-1932.
OCEANFRONT
OLD ATLANTIC BEACH. Walk to Town
Center 2BR/2BA. Granite countertops,
slainless appliances, completely renovat-
ed. 1300sl. $525,000. 294-6094.
SAWGRASS BEACH Club Villa, rare find,
updated, $299,900 962-6876.


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STEPS TO BEACH
2BR/1BA, 700sf, 1026 North 1st Street.
No WDHU. $750/mo. 280-7776.


OCEANFRONT
LUXURIOUS Pelican Point. 2BR/2BA,
available now. $1700-$2600/mo. 3 month
minimum rental. (904)241-7206.
ATLANTIC BEACH townhouse, 369
Aquatic Dr., 3BR/2BA, $950/mo.+ dep.
962-7412.
SPACIOUS 2BR APARTMENT
In Neptune Beach. Two full baths, CH&A,
dishwasher, screened balcony overlooking
park. $775/mo.+ deposit. No pets. Call
249-6150.

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TPC Sawgrass Home
Oakbridge 3/2/family rm,
1800 SF, now available
$1,700.00 unfurnished
$2,500.00 furnished

Dolphin Cove Home
3/2 newly remodeled
Now available $1,400.00
Please Contact:
M&Management Company
904-923-6680


NEPTUNE BCH 2BR/1.5BA, Townhouse.
1250sf, washer/dryer, tile, barber carpet,
screened porch, fenced yard, shed,
$900/mo. 504-2883.
ATLANTIC BEACH. 2BR/2BA Duplex.
Carpeting, ceramic tile, appliances, wash-
er/dryer, CH&A, ceiling fans, fenced.
$850/mo. $850/dep. 803-2520, 735-3394.



PONTE VEDRA- 3BR/2BA home. on quiet
cul-de-sac in Dolphin covel Lg. lot, garage
& morel $1050/mo. All South Realty,
241-4141.
ATLANTIC BEACH. 330 1st St. Newly
Remodeled 4BR/3BA. 2-blocks to Ocean
& Town Center. $1850/mo. 249-0767,
318-0044.
FIREPLACE. 3BR/1.5BA; fenced yard, 4
Blocks to Ocean. $1250/mo. 662-2648.

HODGES AREA 3BR/2BA, $1350/mo,
13031 Bentwater Dr. Includes security
system & lawn service. Realty Executives,
273-3939, 610-6460.
S. JAX BCH 3BR, SHORT walk to ocean,
convenient location, hot tub, private lot.
$1475/mo. 568-8700.
PONTE VEDRA, Fairfield, 2200sf.,
3BR/2.5BA, gated, tennis, pool.
$1800/mo. (904)910-7036.
3BR/2BA, CH&A, large fenced yard. 534
16th Ave. N. $1300/mo. 710-8083.
ATLANTIC BEACH
3BR/2BA w/large master, fireplace, hard-
wood floors, washer/ dryer, small pet ok
'$1200/mo. 651-6748.


LARGE HOUSE. 3-4 Bedrooms, 30ft to
Ocean. Partially furnished, no dogs,
$2500/mo. water Included. (904)249-3419,
(904)463-0222.
ATLANTIC BEACH Townhouse, 2025
Seminole Rd. 2BR/2BA, 1/2 block to
Ocean. Loft office, cathedral ceiling, great
deck, garage, washer/dryer. $1450/mo.
813-2430,246-5520.
WEST BEACHES, 3BR/2BA, 2car garage,
WDHU, eat-in-kitchen, 1500sf., large
fenced yard. $1300/mo. TDO Mgmt. Svc.
246-1125.
ATLANTIC BEACH OCEANSIDE Town-
house, 3BR/3.5BA, 2450sf, double ga-
rage, pool, $2200/mo. 247-1270.
2BR/1.5BA TOWNHOUSE, ceramic tile
floors, CH&A, laundry room, patio, fenced
yard, 1 yr. lease, no pets, $950 deposit,
$900/mo. 2104 Bay Rd. Neptune Bch.,
993-1114 or 270-1284.
ATLANTIC BEACH. 3BR/2BA, WDHU,
garage, no pets. West of Mayport Rd.
334-3128.
ATL BCH 3BR 2BA plus garage. $995/mo.
514-1090.


ATLANTIC BCH OCEANSIDE
Contemporary 2BR/2.5BA+ Office. POOL
Fabulous, soaring, 2-story livingroom.
$1950/mo. 280-2805.
ATL BCH, Selva Lakes 2BR/2.5BA. Open
kitchen, great for entertaining $1500/mo.
Call 866-5000.
VILLAGES OF PABLO 3BR/2BA, CH&A,
fenced yard, kitchen-equipped, screened
porch, fireplace, community club,
$1200/mo. No cats, no smoking.
221-5833, (407)290-3222.


SAWGRASS. GOLF Course. 2BR/2BA, JAX BEACH: beautiful, 4BR/3.5BA, 2-car
2-car garage, huge den, huge lot, pool. garage, granite, 2800sf, $1999/mo.
$1200/mo. 307-2241. 496upper 8th Ave. South; 534-2120.


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14341 Coral Reef Jax/San Pablo 2/2
517 Grand Resere Jax/HodgesBlvd. 2/2
1134Belleza PonteVedra 2/2
107 Willow Pond Ponte Vedra 2/2
1702 Villas ofMarsh Landing Jax Beach 3/2
403 Tournament Road Ponte Vedra/Fairfield 2/2
126'La Pasada Cir. N. Ponte Vedra 3/2.5
165 Cabrillo Lane Ponte Vedra 3/2
623.10th Place South Jax Beach 3/2
16 Tarpon Drive Ponte Vedra 3/2
47 Players Club Villa Ponte Vedra/TPC :2/2
63 Tifton Cove North Ponte Vedra/Sawgrass CC 3/2
110 Nautilus Way Ponte Vedra/TPC 3/2
134 Willow Pond Ponte Vedra/Sawgrass -J/3
757 Sandy Oaks Ponte Vedra 3/2
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42 Northgate Ponte \edra/Sav gras CC 3/2
746 Spinnakers Reach Ponte Vedra/Sawgrass Beach Club 2/2
121 Oakview Circle Ponte Vedra/Thousand Oaks 3/2
3343 Lighthouse Pointe Lane Jax Beach 3/3
2001 Windjammer Ln South Ponte Vedra 3/3.5 + ofc
543 Rutile Drive Ponte Vedra 3/2
529 Sunset Drive Ponte Vedra 3/2.5
806 Pelican Point Jax Beach 3/2
211 Mira Vista Atlantic Beach 3/2
.113 Lake Julia Drive North Ponte Vedra/Sawgrass CC 3/3 + loft
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SOUTH JAX Beach. 3BR/1.5BA, 6 Blocks
to Ocean. $1300/mo. 710-5200.
NEPTUNE BEACH- Charming 2BR/1BA
home just 4 blocks from ocean Enclosed
porch, laundry & morel $995/mo. All South
Realty, 241-4141.
PVB SAWGRASS Country Club 2/2 +
den, water to golf view $1850/mo. Call
Susan. (904)514-7150. .
NEAR OCEAN, 3BR/1BA. Lease, referen-.
ces required. 218 4th Ave. South.
$1100/mo. (904)221-4134.
WANTED- RENTER for Ponte Vedra A
plus Townhouse, new designer kitchen
and bath, 3BR/2.5BA, 2000sf, screened
porch/ storage, no, smoke, no pets.
$1350/mo. (904)571.8449
NEPTUNE BEACH, walk to Ocean,
3BR/2BA, 1400sf., new carpet, garage,
storage shed, LR, DR. eat-in-kilchen, lawn
service $1300/mo. TDO Management
Services. 246-1125


HAMPTON SOUTH. St. John's County.
Two new homes, 4BR2BA on lake and:
goll course, all appliances, washer/dryer.
blinds, granite counter tops Community
amenities. 1165, 1141 Garrison Drive.
$1700/mo, Realty Executives 273-3939.
610-6460.


BEACHES
ATLANTIC BEACH- 1010 CAMELIA ST.
Lovely, Ig 2/1 single family home with ga
rage. Nice lot on cul-de-sac with pnvacy
fence. Close to beaches. $895/mo.
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DEERFIELD LAKES Condo, 2/1, no pets,
$650/mo.
S JACKSONVILLE BEACH
The Palms, 2/2 condo. approx. 1200sf,
beautiful, great amenities, avail now.
$1195/mo.

114 28th Ave. S., 3BR 2BA, 1 car garage.
$1295/mo.
PONTE VEDRA
Summerhouse 2/2 condo, gated comm.
lots of amenities. Avail. now. $995/mo.
ICW
ARBOR POINT
Lg 3/2 lots of ile & Pergo wood floors.
$1095/mo
ASHLEY WOODS
4/2, 2 car gar., Ig yard, avail. 2/10/06,
$1400/mo.
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4/3 w/ bonus room, avail, now.
$1490/mo.
2, HUNTERS RIDGE
3/2, 2 car gar., immaculate- ready nowl
$1250/mo.
WINDSOR CHASE
Lg 4/2, 2 car gar., comm. pool, near
schools, $1595/mo.
HARBOR SPRINGS
4/2, 2 car gar. backs up to preserve,.
$1250/mo.
S SS-IRONWOOD
Executive home, brand new, 2600sf,
4/2.5, gated comm., $2200/mo
ARLINGTON
4/2 plus two 1/2 baths. 2800sl, avail.
1/15/06 price includes lawn service
$1600/mo. R
REED ISLAND
Lg. 3/3 with bonus room, includes lawn
service. avail now. $1700/mo.
FOREST HILLS
Lawn Tennis Lane, nice, open 3/2, 2 car
gar. avail now. $1050/mo.
MERRILL PINES
(2) Brand new 3/2 condo, 1100sf.
$995/mo. '
NORTH JACKSONVILLE
ROLLING RIVER ESTATES
New construction-'3/2, 2 car garage
1558sf, $975/mo. avail, now. 11718 Deep
Springs Dr.
VICTORIA LAKES
3/2, 2 car gar. less than 2 yrs old, off Yel-
low Bluff Rd. (Dames Pt. area) Avail. now.
$1150/mo.
HOME FINDER REALTY
241-5501 OR 221-1711.
JAX BEACH, 14 35TH Ave. So.,
3BR/1.5BA. Close to Beach. Clean, qui-
et. (904)803-6834, 424-5333.


JAX BEACH North. Clean 3BR/2BA,
2-car garage, fenced yard, carpet, ceramic
tile. Holly Drive. Quiet neighborhood.,
$1300/mo.+ deposit. 614-5278.
JAX BEACH. 3BR/BA,. hardwood floors,
Washer/dryer, garage, fenced yard. Walk
to Beach. $1350/mo.+ security. 219-9237.:


JAX BEACH 2800sf, 4BR/3.5BA, tile,
granite, 2-car garage. 496 Upper 8th Ave,
outh, $1999/mo. Available February. Call
534-2120..
BEAUTIFUL HOME On Golf Course,
Windsor Park. 3BR/2BA, .$1550/mo.
993-4140, Lori.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 2BR/1BA, carport,
WDHU, 1000sf., large fenced yard, open
floor plan, $950/mo. TDO Management
Services. 246-1125.
ATLANTIC BEACH Townhouse.
2BR/1BA, ceramic tile throughout, great
location. 64 5th Street West. $900/mo.
465-2163.
JAX BCH, 3/2, 1350sf, LR/ DR/ Den, kit.
w/ tile floor, B'fast bar, W/D conn., 2 car
gar., $1300/mo. TDO Management Serv-
ices 246-1125.

JAX BEACH. 3BR/2BA, wood floors, im-
maculate. 321 9th St., North. $1399/mo.
534-2120.
JAX BEACH. 3BR/1BA, CH&A. New paint,
carpet, etc. 712 6th Ave. South. Lease,
$875/mo.+ deposit. 249-4508. 292-5657,
(pager).
ATLANTIC BEACH. 3BR/1.5BA, WDHU,
CH&A, fenced yard. Newly remodeled.
380sf storage bam. $1100/mo. Call
(904)246-4617, 955-9008.


INTRACOASTAL WEST- 3BR/2BA home
in Villages of Pablol Comm. pool, tennis &
morel $1200/mo. All South Realty,
241-4141.
ATLANTIC BCH/ Mayport, 3BR 2BA, 2 liv-
ingrooms plus bonus rooms. Very nice.
Renovated. $1100/mo. 233-1346.
JAX BEACH 3BR/1BA CH&A WDHU, fire-
lace, no dogs, available Feb 1st. 1539
entin Drive South. $1150/mo.+ $1000
deposit, 249-3214 or 945-3303.
JAX BEACH, 3BR/2BA, pets OK. Fenced
yard. $1490/mo. 237-7198, 607-9332.


OCEANFRONT CONDO. South Jax
Beach. 1BR fumished. Long or short term.
$1100/mo. Will rent unfurnished with long
term lease. 403-1695.


NEPTUNE BEACH Rooms, 2 blocks to
Ocean, fumished, unfurnished. $525-
$725/mo+ utilities. 521-8473.



JAX BEACH. 1000sf including kitchen.
$1000/mo + tax and CAM 608-6426.


JAX BEACH: 2000sf Storefront, on South
3rd Street. (A1A). Available 4/1/06.
$3000/mo.+ $700 CAM. 1433/1439 South
3rd St. Will divide. 708-0731.


BEAGLE, AKC Registered Free to good
home. Call 246-4414.


PVB. BELLEZA, 2BR/2BA, first floor, BEAUTIFUL, HEALTHY 2 year old ,brown
ted community. Newly remodeled.Labrador mix, needs good home.
$1100/mo. (904)868-5876., 735-3654.
BRAND NEWI 1BR/1BA, luxury condo, VERY YOUNG Cats, indoor, to good, lov-
lyr. lease. $825/mo. (916)622-3754. Ing safe home. 223-9619.


COMPLETELY REMODELED 2BR/2BA
Townhouse, WDHU, 18" ceramic tile
throughout, stainless appliances, over
1000sf, private patio. Courtyards of May-
port, $850/mo. 249-9399. or 247-7910.
PVB SUMMERHOUSE, 1BR/1BA. Fire-
place, washer/dryer. All new. $900/mo.
534-4060.
PONTE VEDRA 1BR/1BA; 2-story. Gated,
amenities, resort atmosphere. $1050/mo.
998-9148.
OCEANFRONT, LAS BRISAS. 2BR/2BA
luxurious condo at Jax Beach. Fumished
or unfurnished. $1750/mo. Call 465-4101.
2 TOWNHOMES, 2BR/2BA, loft, private
courtyard, small pets. $810/mo..
2BR/1.5BA, fireplaces no pets. $750/mo.
Pools, WDHU s, background check.
241-8706 or 607-9980.,
LIKE NEW 2BR/1BA Condo w/ocean
view, 1.5 blocks to ocean, Jax Beach,
$1000/mo. 904-537-4732.
PVB- GRAND Cay, 2/2, W/D. gated, gym,
pool. $1050/mo. 285-9324.
OCEANFRONT- JAX Bch. 2/2. lumisned.
beautiful views 51h Floor. $1700'mo. imo.
minimum. 571-6678.
NEAR ST. JOHNS Town Center. New
2BR/2BA. $1`50/mo. Lease-purchase
Option. 476-5280.
PVB FAIRFIELD- 2BR/2BA. garage. Man-
ned community gate, pool, tennis
$1150/mo. (9041614-4609.
OCEAN FRONT (Ocean 14) beaulilully
renovated, lumished, 3BR/2BA w/storage
unit. $2495/mo. (904)571-3877.
ATL BCH. Selva Lakes 2BR/2.5BA. Open
kitchen, great for entertaining $1500/mo.
Call 866-5000.
PVB, SAWGRASS. 3BR/2BA on water.
Fireplace, garage, pool. $1600/mo
280-3518
NEP BCH. 2/2.5 Townhome, lirepalce,
fenced yard. garage wdhu, community
pool. $1250/mo, 571-5517.
THE RESERVE, Point Meadows
2BR/2BA Gated. Pool, Spa, Fitness
Center $1000/mo. 260-1961.
2-STORY Townhome. balcony, fireplace.
washer/dryer, dishwasher, CH&A, ceramic
tile, Berber, 2BR/2.5BA, $1395,mo.,
(904)333-8462.
OLD PONTE Vedra, 2BR/2BA condo,
Ocean Grove, beach access, gated,
$1150/mo. w/garage. ,838-9400,
NEW 2BR/2BA condo in PVB; brand new
appliances, and loads of cabinets and.
amenities in gated community. $1250'mo.


AKC LABS. Registered, health certificate.
TRAINED & ready $600-$800. 249-0085
BLUE PITBULL, (ADBA), pups, excellent
bloodlines & confirmation. Now taking de-
posits, (904)635-3319.


HOMELESS PETS for adoption- Cats &
dogs. 246-3600.


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PUBLIC NOTICE
The Board 'of Adjustment for the-City of.
Jacksonville Beach, Florida will meet and
hold public hearings on Tuesday, Febru-
ary 7, 2006 at 7:00 p.m. in the Council
Chambers, located at 11 North 3rd Street,
Jacksonville Beach to consider the follow-
ing variance applications.
BOA 05-100387 City of Jacksonville
Beach Land Development Code Sec-
tion 34-338 (el(2) 1. tor 40%o lot coverage
in lieu ol 351 maximum to allow for a new
two-family dwelling on each ol Lots 5 and
6, for property located at 550 Soutn 11th
Avenue. more specifically, Lot 5 and Lot
6, Block 116, Oceanside Park


or $1400/mo w/gwarage. Call today at BOA 05-100391 City of Jacksonville
249-2840. Beach Land Development Code Sec-
JAX BEACH. Steps to Sand, on 1st St. tion: 34-337 (e)(1) e. for 410o lot cover-
3BR/2BA, washer/dryer, large balcony. age in lieu ot 35. maximum to allow for
1400sf. Greatlocation. $1550/mo. +dep. Improvements to a single-family dwelling.
537-5071, 881-4730. for property located at 2025 Norh 9th
Avenue. more specifically, the south
PONTE VEqRA-3BR/2 5BA-aflaqheq ga 4.75 teer.ol'tfLok-ad at.of Lot 6, lock
rage, g1led community'.'~'men .. %i.J k yllp. o ,
$1300/mo. 514.5676


2 BLOCKS. to beach, newer updated 2/2,
balcony, consider lease options
$1250/mo, 6 months plus. 463-7343. '
PVB, BELLEZA, 1BR 1BA, newly remod-
eled, new appliances. $890/mo, reduced
deposit (904)318-7271.
PVB CONDO, 2BR, newly remodeled,
granite, hardwood floors, garage,
$1050/mo. Call 285-8115
PONTE VEDRA 2BR/2BA condo, com-
pletely renovaled, top floor w/golt course
view, long or short term lease, tumished
or unfurnished. near Sawgrass & Golf
course. Amenities' included. Call
1904)710-3452.
SAWGRASS. 2BR'2BA, on water w/golf
views, beach access, newly remodeled.
$1600/mo 472-5347.
1ST MONTH FREE!
With 1 yr. lease and immediate move-in!
Beaches, 2BR/2BA, master suites. like
new, gated community, laketront, many
extras. $1200/mo 382-6145
PVB OCEAN GROVE SPECIAL
2BR/2BA, $1050/mo Beautiful. Fireplace,
vaulted ceilings, newly renovated. Many
amenities. Realty, Executives, 273-3939
-610-6460.


2 MOBILE homes in Mayport, lovely sel-
ling. 1BR $550/mo. 2BR $700/mo.
708-4022.


OCEANFRONT- FURNISHED & unfur-
nished homes & condos From $500 per
week All South Realty, 241-4141.

OCEAN PARK SUITES
Luxury furnished 1 & 2 Bedroom Suites
High Quality King Beds.
: Equipped Kitchens. '
2nd Street & 5th Ave. South
www.oceanparksultes.com
(904)318-0044 / 249-0767.


OCEANFRONT CONDOS & Beach
homes. Weekly/monthly. Visit us at:
jaxbeachrental.com or 535-3911 or
535-3828.
ATLANTIC BEACH: Beautifully furnished
3BR/2BA, 2-car: garage. Walk toOcean.
$1850/mo. 607-4401.


BOA 05-100393 City of Jacksonville
Beach Land Development Code Sec-
lion: 34-336 (e)(1) e, lor 41.5o lot cover-
age in lieu ol 35"0 maximum to allow for a
new single-family dwelling, for property
located at 2014 Lakeside Drive, more
specifically. Lot 1, Ocean Forest. Unit
No 7.
BOA 05-100394 City of Jacksonville
Beach Land Development Code Sec-
tion: 34-336 (e)(1).c.1, for a front yard of
18.2 feet in lieu of 25 feet required, 34-336
(e)(1) c.3. lor a rear yard of 28 7 leel in
lieu of 30 feet required to allow for sub-
stantial improvement to a single-family
dwelling for property located at 3023
South Ocean Drive. more specifically,
Lot 4, Block 1, Atlantic Shores. Ocean
Front Section; Division B. 1.
BOA 05-100395 City of Jacksonville
Beach Land Development Code Sec-
tion: 34-337 (e)(1) e. for 39% lot cover-
age In lieu of 35"o maximum. to allow for
improvement to a single family dwelling.
for property located at 1088 North 201h
Street. more specifically, Lot 1 and the
north hall of Lot 2, Block 82, Secton -A".
BOA 06-100002 City of Jacksonville
Beach Land Development Code Sec-
tion: 34-337 (e)(1) e, for 41% lot cover-
age in leu ol 35%. maximum and 34-373
(f), for turf block n lieu ol concrete or as-
phalt paving for a vehicle use area to al-
low for a new single lamily dwelling, for
property located at 3113 Pullian Court,
more specifically, Lot 2, Block 11, Jack-
sonville Beach Heights.
BOA 06-100003 City of Jacksonville
Beach Land Development Code Sec-
tion: 34-337 (e)(1) e, for 42.5% lot cover-
age in lieu of 35% maximum and 34-373
(f) for turf block in lieu of concrete or as-
phalt paving for a vehicle use area to al-
low for a new single-family dwelling, for
property located at 3154 Hom Court,
more specifically, Lot 12, Block 13, Jack-
sonville Beach Heights.
A copy of the above referenced applica-
tions) is available for review In the office
of the Planning and Development Depart-
ment, 11 North 3rd Street, during normal
business hours (M-F, 8a-5p).
Board of Adjustment
City of Jacksonville Beach
NOTICE
If a person decides to appeal any decision
by the Board of Adjustment with respect to
'any matter considered at any meeting,
such person may need .a record of the
proceedings, and, for such purpose, such
person may need to ensure that a verba-
tim record of the proceedings is made,
which record includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal is to be
based.
The public is encouraged to speak on is-
sues on this Agenda that concem them.
Anyone who wishes to speak should sub-
mit the request to the recording secretary
prior to the beginning of the meeting.
In accordance with the Americans. with
Disabilities Act and Section 286.26, Flori-
da Statutes, persons with disabilities
needing special accommodation to partici-
pate in this meeting should contact the
planning and Development Department
no later than 5:00 p.m. on the day preced-
ing the meeting.
BL 1/18/06


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OPERATIONS ASSISTANT
Works with Operations Coordinator and
assists with client services, security and
maintenance supervision. Coordinates
with meal groups and other volunteers.
Basic computer skills required. AA Degree
ad/or experience in social services. Expe-
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Part-Time, Mon.-Fri., 5 to 8 pm. Send re-
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NEED INDIVIDUAL to do light yard work a
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charged to the prospective employee AdS
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and commercial work $101-12,r.r
403-7389.
DOCTOR'S OFFICE 10515 hours per
week, $9 per hour 246-9955.
VAN DRIVER No CDL required. Besa:he.
SAcademy. 1725 Penman Ro 246 3885
XRAY TECH or RN/ LPN M A waln BMO
PrT. Fax resume to (904)285-7442
DISHWASHERS NEEDED. Please apply
in person, Giovanni's, 1161 Beach Blvd.,.
Jax Beach. 249-7787.
CASHIER 1 Part-time position 120 hours
per week) that involves accepting and
posting utility payments, answering phone
calls and other clencal duties as assigned
Requires extensive contact with the pub-
lic. Hourly rate $8.50 per hour Drug-.ree
workplace Apply to City ol Neplune
Beach, 116 First Street, Neplune Beacn.
FL32266.
DELIVERY DRIVERS Needed Beaches
only. $15-$20+ per hour Need 'reliable
car and clean driving record. 247-FOOD..
P/T SALES help needed for Beaches
Health Food Store. Saturday a must.
Previous experience helpful. Call
249-4372 or fax resume to 249-2047.
,CLEANING SERVICE seeking individuals
with previous experience. Own transporta-
tion, Beaches area. 247-5609.

CUSTODIAN &
BATHROOM TECHS
Energetic, flexible/ multi-task person.
Transportation with valid FL driver's li-
cense a must. Hours: 6pm-10:30pm or lat-
er. Call Wanda or Debbie after 2pm.
285-3400 x3352.,
NEPTUNE BEACH. General office &
customer service. Sales experience pre-
ferred. 16-20 per wk. ($7/hr. + monthly
bonus) Non-smoking environment.
(904)247-6683.
NOW HIRING part time, experienced re-
ceptionist for busy salon. Apply in person
2409 S. Third St., Jax Bch. 241-4247.
OFFICE ASSISTANT for Insurance Mar-
keting company. Flexible hours. Pleasant
phone skills, basic computer .skills,
background in ACT, Word, Excel. Call
285-5855.
MODELS WANTED for high quality fe-
male fashion photography. Good pay per
session. Experience not required.
(800)553-5135.

OFFICE MANAGER. Small business. 20-
30 hours/wk: Typing, bookkeeping, basic
computer skills a must. Familiarity
w/Quickbooks a plus. Pleasant, w/excel-
lent telephone skills. Highly organized.
Fax resume: 246-2185.
SELVA MARINA COUNTRY CLUB seek-
ing Servers, Beverage Cart Attendant,
and Dishwashers: Must be outgoing and
dependable. Phone 904-246-4827, email:
accounting@selvamarina.com, or apply
in person.


MAINTENANCE PERSON, "Jack/Jill of all
trades". Please call 249-9300.


ATLANTIC BEACH/ Oak Harbor,
3BR/2BA, 1247 Sunapee Ave. $1100/mo.
241-2261.


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with Magnolia Properties.
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The Beachs T p riadr/Pnnte Vedira T Lader


RECREATIONAL DEPT.
FULL TIME
DRIVER: Be a member of a great team.
Join our Recreational Department at a
premier retirement community. Fun work
environment. Class C CDL Passenger En-
'dorsement License required. Must be able
to set-up and break-down for special
'events. Applications available at Fleet
Landing Security Gate. One Fleet Landing
Blvd., Atlantic Beach, FL. 32233;
Fax to 904-246-9447; email to
jobs@fleetlandlng.com. EOE/Drug-Free
Workplace.
SMALL, GROWING, South Jax Beach
commercial insurance agency seeks ex-
perienced Customer Service Representa-
tive. Excellent pay, benefits, work environ-
ment & earnings potential. 30-40
:hours/wk. Fax resume to 241-5557.
LULU'S WATERFRONT GRILLE
,Line Cooks & Kitchen Prep/ utility. Good
money, casual atmosphere, very busy,
great people to work with. FT/PT
285-0139.
HOUSEKEEPER
Full-Time with great benefits and work en-
vironment. Experience preferred.. Applica-
tions available at Fleet Landing Security
:Gate, One Fleet Landing Blvd., Atlantic
Beach, FL.; Fax to 904-246-9447; email to
jobs@fleetlanding.com. EOE/ Drug-free
Workplace.
TWO HAIR stations available for lease.
Call 874-2525.




Caddie Master

is looking for service
oriented Caddies to
work at a premier
facility in Ponte Vedra
Beach. Golf knowledge
is required. Year-round
part-time and full-time
positions available.
$400-$700 per week.
Also interviewing for
management positions.
Please call
(904) 346-1184.


EXPERIENCED PAINTER, must. have
transportation, 10yrs. exp. In residential
and commercial work. $10-$12/hr.
403-7389.
HELPER FOR hardwood floor installer.
Must have own transportation. 223-3295.
DRIVER- NOW hiring qualified drivers for
Central Florida local and national OTR po-
sitions. Food grade tanker, no hazmat, no
pumps, great benefits, competitive pay
and new equipment. Need 2 years experi-
ence. Call Bynum Transport for your op-
portunity today; (800)741-7950.

GREENFROG PEST PREVENTION
Join our team. Our company has openings
for our service department. Competitive
salary. You must possess a good driving
record. Will train. Company vehicle of-
fered. Paid vacation and holidays. Come
arow with us. Apply at 159 19th St. N., JMx
Beach., FL or fax resume: (904)242-9010.
** *-k *


LEGAL SECRETARY for Jax Beach per-
sonal injury law firm. Entry level position
with 60 wpm typing skills. Non-smoker
only. Send resume to:. Office Mgr by mail
to 2029 N Third St, Jax Bch, FL 32250, by
fax to 247-5433, or by e-mail to
gayle@andersonandhowell.com.
WE ARE expanding again and are in need
of a self- motivated plumber to perform
new construction & remodel work. Exp. a.
must. DFWP EOE. 246-8330.





Self-Storage


Company

seeking PT storage
consultant. Qualified
applicants should
possess strong sales,
customer service and
telephone skills.
904-273-1353'
Fax resume to
904-273-6741 or email'
Jmabnr @('selsinrcragesernicesinc.comr


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THE PLAYERS Championship Staff
The Tournament Players Club at
Sawgrass will be hiring an energetic staff to
work with the Merchandise and Food &
Beverage teams during the 2006 PLAYERS
Championship. Staff will receive monetary
tompepsatiopn and may.,;q i i fS
complementary rounds of golf depending on
the number of shifts worked during the week
of THE PLAYERS Championship.
Please apply in person or call for
application. Contact the Professional Staff in
the Golf Shop for Merchandise at
(904) 273-3430 or Brent Baudier in the Food
& Beverage Department at (904) 273-3244
J.P. Guareri Jim Jordan Brent Baudier
Assistant Golf Professionals Director of Food & Beverage
TPC at Sawgrass TPC at Sa\\grass


AL'S PIZZA, All locations hiring for AM &
PM Cashiers, Servers & Delivery Drivers.
Please apply in person any location.
EXECUTIVE ASST.- Beaches financial
practice needs an admin pro to join our
congenial, professional team. Use your
communication, client service and organi-
zational skills to help us serve our wonder-
ful clients. Requires 2+ years exp., strong
Microsoft Office skills, superb attn. to de-
tail and real follow- through ability. Insur-
ance background a plual Email your re-
sume and salary history to
NEBBAB@aol.com. EOE. .
INSIDE SALES
Work at the Beach. We're a Microsoft de-
veloper providing software for transporta-
tion, logistics, dispatch, and accounting.
(Heavy prospecting, telemarketing and
lead generation.) Prospecting experience
a must along with strong PC skills and
ability to work independently. Fax resume
to 241-7333 or email:
jenniferw@desertmicro.net
.F/T SILK Presser Needed. Guaranteed
hours. Ponte Vedra. 285-5644.
PAINTER NEEDED For growing home
services company. Must have own trans-
portation. Call 221-3453.
CLOSING ASSISTANT. Title or Real Es-
tate experience needed. Process files &
prepare for closings. Must be detailed, or-
ganized & efficient, able to multi-task &
prioritize w/strohg communication & com-
puter skills. Fax 273-2475.
EXPERIENCED PAINT SPRAYERS
Needed for new construction. Call
614-4188, leave message..
HEAVY EQUIPMENT Operators for Site
work, at PVB. 646-5667.,
CASHIER/HOST/Hostess for fast-paced
Breakfast & Lunch Restaurant. Monday-
Friday. Apply in person: Players Cafe, 262
Solaha Rd., PVB. Call Don or Chris for ap-
pointment, 273-5595.
CNA'S
FULLTime, 3pm-11pm in Health Center.
Excellent benefits and working environ-
ment at premiere Retirement Community..
Applications available at Fleet Landing
Security Gate, One Fleet Landing Blvd.,
Atlantic.Beach, FL; Fax to (904)246-9447;
email to: jobs@fleetlanding.com EOE/
Drug-Free Workplace.
CHILD CARE
CHANGE A CHILD'S LIFE TODAY...
TEACHERS/ASSISTANT TEACHERS,
COOK
Childtime Learning Centers seeks teach-
ing staff for their Ponte Vedra center. CDA
required, flex schedule and six month's
experience in licensed child care center
preferred. Also, seeking a Cook w/previ-
ous food preparation in a public institution
or restaurant, willing to train. We offer
a competitive salary and benelils package
including medicaludental. -01k. cnild care
discounts and tuition reimbursement For
consideration call (904)273-6960, fax
resumes:. (904)280-5742, or e-mail
0319@childtime.com. EOE M/F/D/N.


SERVICE PLUMBER needed, exp &. val-
id DL a musl DFWP EOE. 246.8330.
EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT Ponte Vedra
based family office seeks a highly motival-
ed and energetic individual to join its team
ol professionals. Candidate musl possess
superior skills in MS Excel, Word. Access
and Oulook and mus be profic;eni in nav-
igating the inrernel. Only well-spoken can-
didates with a pleasant disposition will De
considered for mis excellent position For
further inlormailon regarding the Firm,
please visit www.spring-bay.com or
www.sontagfoundation.com. Resumes
should be sent to
cgregory@spring-bay.com
WAIT STAFF, CASHIERS. FT/PT. Apply
Joseph's Italian, 30 Ocean Bvd.,.Atlantic
Beach.
FIRST CHOICE Home Improvements.
Needs skilled carpenters & tree climbers.
349-2628.
FLOOR COVERING SALES Position. Ex-
c-t.erience wilnh-loor sales "and products.
i :' Compuler-Knuocledge requited Fax re-
sume to 247-9036.
F/T ACCOUNTING ASST. For 27yr. old
pool construction company. Multi-accouht-
Ing function position inclusive of AR, AP,
GL, Collections and Job Costs. Human
REsource skills helpful. Must have strong
Excel and organizational skills. 2-S5yrs. ex-
perience required. Great benefits including
401(K)., Fax resume to Surfside Pools at
904-249-8801 or email to
julie@surfsidepools.net
*DRIVERS*
DO you want to join a winning team Don't
gel lel out Our driver's make $500-$700
per week. Call 249-5151 ask for Brian or
493-5250 ask fofTim Collins.
CARPENTRY HELP/ Laborers Beaches


ASHFORD COURT is accepting applica-
tions for experienced Dietary Servers, F/T
and P/T. Must be able to work weekends.
Must enjoy working with the elderly In a
professional atmosphere. We offer com-
petitive salaries, benefits & bi-weekly bo-
nus plans Apply in person @ 1700 The
Greens Way in Marsh Landing Park.
EOE/DFWP.
OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR- Beaches Re-
al Estate/ Construction Company. Back-
ground should include experience with
Contracts, Closings, Bookkeeping and
Construction Administration. This position
needs someone who is dependable, inde-
pendent and able to integrate with a team.
All calls confidential. (904)591-5914.
CARPENTERS APPRENTICE willing to
learn the trade. No exp. necc. Must have
drivers license & good drivers record. 568-
8700.
HELP DESK: Assist our customers with
QuickBooks and our QuickBooks certified
billing software. Provide training and sup-
port via telephone and on-line application
sharing tools. QuickBooks experience
required. We offer Mon-Fri workweek,
competitive pay, great benefits, 401K.
Email resume to kellys@wastebooks.com.
MEDICAL OFFICE Busy, four physician
practice hiring full-time, multi-tasker with
great attitude. Fax resume 249-9764 for
immediate consideration.
FRAMING CARPENTERS, G.C. Superin-
tendent for established company. Drug
free work place, benefits. 241-2721.
RECEPTIONIST WANTED, Beaches area
$10/hour. Please fax resume: 246-4155.
POOL CLEANER w/valid Florida Driver's
License. Experience helpful but will train.
Good salary & benefits. Apply: Surfside
Pools, 313 Beach Blvd., 246-2666, or fax
resume: 249-8801, e-mail: surfsidepools
@aol.com
HANDYMAN COMPANY
Is growing. Have basic home repair skills,
tools, transportation & a smile? Call
221-3453. Good $$. P/T, F/T.
HARRY'S SEAFOOD
BAR.& GRILL
Now hiring full time Host/ Hostess for AM
& PM'shifts. Apply within 1018 N. 3rd St.
JB.
VICAR'S LANDING, a Life Care Retire-
ment Community, located in Ponte Vedra
Beach is seeking both F/T & P/T RN's and
LPN's; and F/T and P'T CNA's, as
follows:
RN's/LPN's
Full-time 3pni-11pm shift. Part-time week-
ends 8 & 12 hour shifts. Part-time 11pm-
7am shift.
CNA's
Fulltime 3pm-11pm shift. Part-time week-
'ends 8 & 12 hour shifts .' ,
PRN ALL SHIFTS
Vicar's Landing offers excellent benefits
and competitive pay. Apply at Main Desk
of Health Center, 1003 York Rd., Ponte
Vedra Beach, FL 32082 or fax resume to
Francine McFarland, DON, 904-273-9573
or e-mail: fmcfadrand@vicarslanding.com
AUTO DETAILER, Detailing Manager
needed. Driver's license, transportation
required. Will train. Experience a plus. Up
to $700/wk. 716-4413.


FRONT DESK Receptionist in holisl;c, in-
ternal medical otlice needed. Full/Pan-
time secieianal, clerical, and support ol
M,D -a unique setting. Experience re-
quired in answering phones computer
Skills and communications and public re
laltons skills requited Must be enthusias-
tic, dependable, consistent, and an excel-
lent match. Fax resume with refs. -no-
phone calls please. Persephone Healing
Arts Center, 904-246-3778.
ENERGETIC FRONT Office person need-
ed for busy printing company. Beaches
area, 246-9162


SALES POSITION. Some sales experi.
ence necessary. Please call 249-9300
EDUCATIONALSALES
Join our leam! II you can excel at inside-
sales & desire a lasi-paced work environ-
ment, we may have an. excellent
opportunity for you. You will join a Nation-
al company & work in Ponte Vedra Beach.
Ideal candidate will have 1+ years experi-
ence inside sales, customer service, or
telemarketing. & excellent communication
skills. Ability to handle business accounts
Base pay plus commissions. $25k plus.
FT, no evenings or weekends. Fax re-
sume: (904)285-0010 or email:
jim@mediakids.com
CAGE CASHIER Position. Some experi-
ence necessary. Please call 249-9300.
SEAMSTRESS- TAILOR needed wilh pro-
fessional experience only; minimum 3
years. 403-0864.


area, W/C exempt a plus. Call Rocky HEALTHCARE POSITIONS
509-0500. Baptist Medical Center Beaches is cur-
COMETOLOGIST BE a pan or a 210 Sal- really seeking applicants in the following

on chalun in Ilorlda, make $ Career op- NURSNG FT,PT, PRN
hrons Hair Cutlery (800)ASK-Jobl. EOE. RN Med/ Surg, PCU. CCU, PACU,
CYPRESS TRUCK Lines, Inc. Driver De- Surgical Services
signed Dispatch. 'FLA only/Flat Bed stu- *Assistant Nurse Manager -.ER, Surgical
dents welcome.. Home every, weekend Services
Most nights (800)545-1351 ww.cypres- *Case Manager
struck.com. TRADES & SERVICES
WAFFLE HOUSE Now hiring. All shifts, all *Cook II FT in Dietary
positions @ Mayport & Beach Blvd. loca- *Food Service Associate II
tons. Call 242-8840 or 537-6530; or apply *Floor Finisher FT 2nd shift
within. Environmental ServicesTech FT
*Power Plant Operator FT
*Mechanic FT
SWIMMING ,POOL Constructor T NURSINGcSUePP rovers: 7a-7 PT
pay benefits. Palace Pools. 99181 -3 Associate Care Providers: 7a-7p PT
11 5 Central. P y 1, J, F PCU; 7a-7p FT CCU; Hours/ days vary
32224. CLERICAL
-Unit Secretary 7p-7a PT PCU & CCU
SERVICE TECHNICIAN- local pool corn- *Surgical PostingCoordinator- FT
pany seeking experienced service techni- *Medical Records Analyst FT
clan must have knowledge of pumps, fil- ~Community Outreach Coordinator PT
ters, heaters, and cheminal automation CLINICAL PROFESSIONALS
systems, 3-5 years experience, ool re- *Speech and Language Pathologist -
modeling skills a plus. Salary dependent PRN
on experience. Excellent customer service -Lab Tech FT & PRN
skills, full benefits, 401k. Fax resume to *Surgical Tech FT
Surfside Pools Jax Beach at 904-249- 'Radiology Technologist FT
8801 or e-mail: julie@surfsidepools.net. Ultrasound Sonographer PT
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSIST *CT Technologist PRN
Growing company needs organized, cus- *Stress/ holter Tech FT
tomer focused executive assistant w/abili- For consideration, please apply online:
ty to multi-task. Must test at 60wpm.and www.e-baptisthealth.com/careers
have excellent verbal and written' commu- BAPTIST HEALTH
nication skills. Proficiency in Word and Ex- Baptist Health is an Equal Opportunity
cel is a must. Competitive salary and great Employer.


benefit package, M --F Email resume to
barryg@desertmicro.net or fax to
241-7333.
RECEPTIONIST/ PERSONAL AsstJ
Real Estate Office. Must be organized
w/strong computer & Intemet skills. Fast
paced challenging environment. Fax
273-2475.

F/T OPENING for Tire and Oil Tech. M-F.
Call Bob 241-5311.


WANTED CLASS 8,7,6 Diesel Mechanics
with Certification in CATS, Cummins or
Detroit. Must have 5yrs. exp. Exc. pay and.
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line cooks experienced only need apply in
person between 10am-4pm M-F.
HIRING F/T and P/T help, no weekends.
Call Show Me Lawn Service 742-7769.
BOOKKEEPER FOR Beaches CPA firm.
CPA firm exp.a must.Excellent benefits &


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jl jl salary requirements to 904-247-9918.
Lawn service seeks individual to perform EDITORIAL PAGE Designer who can
dependable quality work. Excellent pay & work under deadline pressure for' The
overtime available. Crew Leaders wanted. Beaches Leader & Ponie Vedia Leader.
Perschel Brothers Services, Inc. 246- Must have experience in Quark. Page-
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MANAGER-SALESPERSON, WITH ex-
perience only, for, Ladies Boutique.
403-0864.
BEACHES CAR Wash- full time help
needed, Wages negotiable+ tips. Benefits
Avail Apply in person, 1401 Beach Blvd.
CHILD CARE Worker, toddlers. 40hrs/wk.
CDA preferred. Beaches Academy, 1725
Penman Rd. 246-3885
FRONT DESK RECEPTIONIST- Busy:
Beaches Onhopaedic practice looking for
a lull lime person 140 hrsl Must be able
to work flexible hours beraeen 7am-6prn
Musl be able to maintain a fast pace with
good parent care and accuracy Needs to
be familiar with insurance companies, re-
terrals. and nave computer skills Fax re-
sumes to (904)241-7331 ATTN: Carol

Join the crew at The
Boathouse Grill.
NOW HIRING...
Servers Barkeepers
Prep Cooks
Apply In Person
M-F 9am 3pm
2321 Beach Blvd.











"Be Part of the Best"
PT Night Auditor
Apply at the
Fairfield Inn & Stites
1616 N. First St.
We offer great pay, paid vacation &
personal time, ealth/vision/dental
insurance, 401K.


DRIVER- COVENANT Transport. -Excel-
lent pay & benefits for experienced driv-
ers 0/0, solos, teams and Graduate Stu-
denis Bonuses available. Refrigerated
now, available. (888)MORE .PAY (888-667-
3729).
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT for floor
covering & remodeling company. Beaches
area. Must be dependable, organized, PC
proficient, some bookkeeping Abiltiy to
multi-task. Fax resume to 247-9036.
MARKETING ASSISTANT
PV based position for person with excel-
lent writing skills and proficient in MS
Word, Power Poirit, Access, Excel, Visio &
ACT! Must thrive in fast paced environ-
ment. Full benefits. $32-$37K range
based on expenence EOE. Email resume
to: dleedy@mmcor.com


STAFF

ACCOUNTANT
Growing Ponte Vedra CPA
firm. Should possess 1-3
years experience with
QuickBooks, general
ledger, payroll and/or
income tax preparation.
Fax resume to

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Pipelayers, Traddmoe Operaitors,
Font-end Loader Operators,
Tailman & Hillman.
DRUG SCREEN REQUIRED.
JENSEN CIVIL CONSTRUCTION
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a Part Time Fire Inspector. The appropriate candidate will
be in possession of FL Drivers license. State of Florida
Municipal Fire Safety Inspector certification. graduation from
accredited community college w/major in fire science,
inspection, code enforcement, public education or related
supplemented by experience in firefighting, code
enforcement, plans review or related. Assist with high hazard
inspections, fire inspections, occupancy inspections,
investigations & plan review. Hours are 8a-5p 2 days a week
(flexibility is available) 16/hrs week $21.00/hr. For more
information and(an application please visit us online
www.JacksonvilleBeach.org or call Amy 247-6263. for
consideration submit a completed City of Jacksonville Beach
application along with all required attachments to Human
Resources.
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The City of Jacksonville Beach is seeking to hire a Recreational Leader, Part Time. The
appropriate candidate will have a valid Drivers license, be CPR & First Aid certified, and
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TEACHER ASSISTANTS needed at AUTO TECHNICIAN. Beaches. Own
Christian Pre-school. Must have 40 hrs. tools, driver's license. All makes & mod-
249-1204. els. Contact Alton, 249-0311.


OFFICE MANAGER. Small business. 20-
30 hours/wk. Typing, bookkeeping, basic
computer skills a must. Familiarity
w/Qulckbooks a plus. Pleasant, w/excel-.
lent telephone skills. Highly organized.
Fax resume: 246-2185.


ATRIA SAN Pablo now accepting applica-
tions for F/T weekday Receptionist & P/T
weekend Receptionist. F/T Bus Driver.
Please apply in person at 14199 William
Davis Parkway, Jacksonville FL 32224
(904)821-9900.


IRONING DONE for you. Picked up and ENTIRE CONTENTS Friday, Saturday
delivered to you. Call 220-4831. 9am-5pm, maybe Sunday. 8900 Hecksch-
er. 8/miles East 9A.


LOWEST Prescription. Prices less than
Canada. Better than Medicare D, Fosa-
max 70mg., $16, Plavix $41. Lipitor
20mg.$37/mo/,. Viagra, 100mg. $2.75/pill.
Global Medicines, (866)634-0720
www.globalmedicines.net.

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opportunities for advancement and
a caring management staff.
Please apply in person Tuesday- Friday. 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. or by appt.
1000 PGA TOUR Boulevard; Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082
Website: www.sawgrassmarrlott.com
Job Hotline: (904) 280-7070
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WILL PROVIDE quality, live-in or hourly
caregiver for your loved one. Call 631-
5354.
COMPANION/SITTER FOR elderly or
special needs. Compassionate, physically
fit, mature, woman. $15/hr. (904)285-7406
CAREGIVER. YOUR Home. Your needs.
Dependable, experienced, licensed lady.
Will help as needed: errands; meals,
chores, etc. Flexible schedule. Referen-
des. Call 509-7105.
IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
e-mail: classified @ beachesleader.com


KENMORE WASHER & dryer, like new.
$375. 242-2534 or 614-8440.
KING SIZE Bed w/matching :headboard,
dresser and nightstand $150. Tan cloth
couch. Like new'$150. 477-0633.
2 REFRIGERATORS, new counter top
stove, used kitchen cabinets and their ap-
pliances, 710-3111.
ARENA'S BARNS, SHOPS
Factory Direct
24x30 to 150x300
Can erect or drop off.
904241-1012.
LACKMOND WET Saw, 20", $650. Pro
Drum'Sander, $750. Lawn Aerator (Les-
co), lyr. old, $1500. 2 Ryan Sod Cutters,
18", ,$2900/qa. BCS Rear Tine Tiller,
$750. 334-6091.
FUTON SOFA Ded, washer.'drver, electric
range, kid's stuff. bicycle, stroller. and
bike trailer 543-6144


HOBIE 9' Peter Pan, slug model. good
condition. $475 294-5498
LEATHER CHAPS. new never worn
S100 White leather jackel w'minge,
matching leather vest $125 716-1812
DELL 15' liat screen computer monilor.
new In box $200 Hewitt Packard, copier
lax, scanner, printer $100. Hewitt PacK-
ard, photo printer $50. Glass-top solar la-
ble $40. Bassinet $30 swing $20, 2 Graco
infant carseals wb/ases $25'eacn, 2 Baby
Biorn carriers $20'each 543-8629


5. PERSON Hol Tub, 3yrs. old. runs.
great $1200 OBO; Taupe leather seclion-
al w/reclner & lull bed. $500; 4.piece liv-
ing room table ser (2-end. 1-coriee. I-con-
sole) $125 904-246-8959.
COMMERCIAL EQUIPMENT. Mowers.
trimmers, edgers. lowers, excellent con-

drlion. 16h lawn trailer, cneap. Mike
285-2952.
DARK TAN leather sectional w'queen size
sleeper and orloman $300 992-9033 or
654-5720 anytime.
SPA/ HOT Tub, Dimension I for 1/2 price.
Excellent condition. 821-8046.
+ LAMINATE FLOORS +
Latest styles and colors. Quality installa-
tion. Reasonable prces. Free eslimales
Buddy 249-1860.
TANNING BED, Wolf Perfecl Sun 16D.
2003, like new Asking $1500 Call Randy
237-1870


FUN SHAPE YATER Sur Board 8'6'. like.
t'ew. e, p.nK B1uei 0.(9041 803.683E4-'
ESSENTIAL FURNISHINGS G.ve your
nome a makeover. Shop tor lop sellers in
collectibles, home, garden and seasonal
decor www essenliallumishings com
WASHERS $150 & $,75, DRYER $100.
Will deliver & guarantee, 874-1747
WHIRLPOOL WASHER & Dryer S75'ea
30 day warranty. Deliver, $20. 318-8173.
992-1470.
METAL ROOFING, Save $ Buy direct
from manufacturer. 20 colors in stock with
all accessories. Quick turn around. Deliv-
ery available. Toll free (888)393-0335.
EC LOVESEAT $100. Franklin Lazyboy,
tan, 6mo old $125. 60yr. old, mahog, 4dr.
dresser, head/ footboard, frame, dressing
table $200 223-1085.
CHILD'S OAK Loft Bed w/slide, ladder,
mattress & bedding $200. Small club chair
$25. 221-5815..
KOI PQND kit, 20'x20', deluxe, wife says
it's gotta go. Retail $1800, paid $1050,
asking $775 OBO. ,247-1473 eve,
568-4232 days.
MAPLE WOOD Dinette, 4 chairs, w/2 ex-
tensions for added seating. Excellent con-
dition. $225. 993-2134.
SOLID MAPLE dining table, 42"x74",
opens to 92" with 2 leaves. Great condi-
tion. $300. 992-1214.
AT&T PARTNER phone system. 5 phones
installed for $899. 249-8877.


PONTE VEDRA Big Salel Antiques, furni-
ture, art, household items. All very nice,
top quality. Sunday, 1/22/06, 7:30am-
11am only! Call for directions. 273-6931,
635-1176.
SAWGRASS COUNTRY CLUB. Anti-
ques: French Furn, Amer. ca. 1800 desk,
morel Screen w/ primitive painting, many
Fine oils. Sterling ornate items. Santo,
blackamoors, clock, Napoleonic items.
Jewelry, 14K, mens watches. Gucci, sets
fine china, cute, small cabinets, old wick-
er. Waterford. Garage full Early numbers
@ 228 4th Ave S, Jax Bch @ 8AM. After
8:15 meet our shuttles behind SunTrust
Bank off A1A South gate of Sawgrass. We
will drive-you to sale @ 107 Willow Pond.
Thurs 9-4, Fri. 9-3. CHINA CAT 241-0344
orchinacatantiques.com.
DANA'S ANTIQUES has expanded: New
Dealers. Antiques, Cottage, French, Mod-
ern and Primitive furniture, lightingand ac-
cessories. Also quality used furniture. Al-
ways accepting good consignment.
249-1771.
PONTE VEDRA Estate by Christ Church
to Benefit Local Charities. Treasures incl
lots of interesting furn (leather dresser,
mirror, etc, fine cabinets, wicker, sofas,
etc.). Orient rugs, Ig orig oils, more art,
huge mirror. Fine china, Beleek, old
Venetian glass, Bacarrat, antq linens,
silver, morel Sat. Jan 21, 10-5. 335 San
Juan Dr, PV. See pics & details @
chlnacatantiques.com or info @ Stacy
285-7390 x 235.


40FT BOAT slip available at old Old San
Pablo Creek Marina, $700/mo. includes
electric. For more details. 398-9080 ext.
211.
BOAT STORAGE in PV. Visit
www.MarinaClubPV.com


SEWING MACHINE Repairs. Complete
tune-up All makes. all models. $ 9.50
241-2112.

BOBCAT BOB
Grading. Lawn Installations. Spread
Dirt, Gravel, Lime Rock, Mulch, Stone,
MUCH MORE! Bob, 334-6091.

PROFESSIONALLY BUILT Skate Board
Ramps Ail sizes Please call for details.'
Robby & Greg, 962-5466


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COMPLETE LAWN & Landscape Mainte-
nance. Year-round accounts or l-lime
cleanouls 12yrs. professional experience.
Call Kirk. 1904)370-0065.

DO IT NOW & SAVE
Lower. off-season prices. Free estimates.
One-lime clean-ups. Mulch, pine straw.
sod. Mow, edge, trim, weekly service
available, no contract. Shrubs, tree prun-
ing, hauling. Detailed landscaping. lawn
maintenance. 207-4037 Insured.


J & L HANDYMAN SERVICES No jobs ED'S LAWNCARE
too small. Professional & Courteous. en e uali Service Reasonable
Licensed & Bonded. Call 755-4619. Dependable quality Servce R8210737easonable
.:tales. 821-0737.


EXPERIENCED HOUSEKEEPER With
References. Please call 642-2430, leave
message.
I'LL MAKE Your Home Spotless! Experi-
enced. References Reasonable rates
210-7372.
HONEST, DEPENDABLE. Single Mom.
pantlrime sludent 10yrs. experience. Ref-
erences 247-9526
WILL CLEAN Your Home 120.'hr. no sup-
pl.es provided Please call .Jeanne. 631-
1392 & pur me to work
AFFORDABLE WINDOW CLEANING,
13 years experience Reasonable prices.
low minirmum raies, weekend appoint-
mrrernts ava~eible.ae;i044525-74.,1S iw n ,:ns-i,,
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'CLEAN TO SHiNE Our company commi-
ment i, 100:: Cuslromer Sall'laclton at
Affordable Prices. We clean homes, apart-
ments, offices, new construction and res-
taurants. Lawn mowing also available.
For a free estimate call 514-7009 or
190J)'31--7840 \Ne will beat any company
prices

H. KADIC CLEANING SERVICE. House
(Move ,n, Out), office, restaurants. Li-
cdnsed & insured. Good references
Beach Hut). Call for free estimate.
904)226-7734.


WINSOR LAWN Service, Inc. Competitive
rates. Call Alan. 237-5301.
PALM TREES, Hedges Tnmmed. Yard
SClean-ups, Mulching, Sodding, whatever it
takes. etc. Dave 249-4724.

PERSCHELBROTHERS
SERVICES, INC.
PROFESSIONAL LAWN service. We mow
lawns. Free estimates. 246-0967.


ENDLESS SUMMER Lawncare. Free esti-
mates. Professional customer service.
Mowing, eaging, weeding, rimming- trees,
snrubs. Licensed & insured. Residential &
commercial CALL US FIRSTI 270-2664.

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DAVID'S POOL Service WeeKly cl.anin. .
Most residential pools $25.'weeK+ chemi-
cals. License, Insured. Pool clean-ups
our specialty. We make your life a little '
easier. 285-0240.


IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email: classified @beachesleader.com
SPARTAN SEAMLESS GUTTERS, 5" &
6". 30yrs experience. All work done by
owner Free estimates. Licensed, insured.
695-1065.



TWO M CONSTRUCTION
Repairs, specializing in termite damage. .
246-1529.
ARTISAN HOME Improvement. All types. .
Free estimates. Licensed, insured.
(904)553-4663.
MASTERS
CARPENTRY & TRIM INC.
State Certified Contractor (Hands-on)
New cons-ructionaddilions. remodeling, e
home inspection repairs, termite damage.
Bob, 246-0289, 626-1165


CO7 PLETE DOCKS a'nd' bulkhbk'ds,
wood or vinyl, concrete also availsole
Please call George at 904-226-8700 or
Tripp at 904 545-9979 CGC058241.


ARTISAN MASONRY. All types. Free esti-
mates Licensed, insured. (904)553-4663.


PRESSURE WASHERS for rent or sale.
Tucker Equipment Rental 246-1330.


OCEANSIDE CLEANING INDUSTRIES
ACCEPTING NEW Clients in Beaches Sae roof clea NINg. Deck STence
area. 10+ years experience. References. restoration. Pressure washing. Licensed &
Also, meal preparation. 241-8442. Insured. Call Kevin 9940045


NEIGHBORHOOD ELECTRICIAN. Free
Estimates. No job too small; Call
(904)803-3914.



FENCES
WOOD Fence Specialist. Ihstall, replace.
35yrs Experience. References. Mick Out-
door Enterprises. 241-7276, 838-9599.

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SEASONED FIREWOOD. $110 truck
load. Free Delivery. 993-8348 or
651-4564.
OAK FIREWOOD, Beach Boys, Penman
Rd. 759-1612. Free delivery, plus 5 free
Lotto tickets.


HEART PINE, tongue & groove flooring
cut from antique Pine timbers. Installation,
stair material. FLORIDA HEARTWOOD
249-8310.


WEB DESIGN $199 Speciall Master
Minds. 273-2985.
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ALL BEACHES
PRESSURE CLEANING
HotCold Water Pressure Cleaning. Mold.
mildew specialist. Roofs, sidewalks, drive-
ways. decks Residential/Commercial
Licensed/Insured. Free Estimates.
708-7239

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BEACHES HOME SERVICES. Painting.
tree estimates. work guaranteed. licensed.
610-7768.

ATLANTIS PAINTING CO.
Property management rates for quick
rental/ sale tum-arounds, and custom
paint also. Call for estimates. 446-5137 or
724-6877. Licensed & Insured.

TWO "M" PAINTING
NEW CONSTRUCTION, remodeling and
repaint. Residential and commercial. Men-'
tion this ad. 246-1529. -
FAST INTERIOR painting, drywall, tex-
lure Specialize In smaller jobs. Will work
evenings & weekends; Licensed, insured,
references. 403-7389.
WYMAN'S PAINTING and Pressure
Washing Co. 15 yrs..experience, specal-
izing in pressure washing & painting
beach homes. 221-4117.
PAINT IT RIGHTI interior, exterior. Free
estimates. Call Mike Williams, 285-2651.
25yrs. experience :



IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email: classified@beachesleader.com


IF YOU are interested In advertising under
'this category please call 904-249-9033 or
e-mail: classified@beachesleader.com


HANDYMAN- EXPERIENCED and very
dependable for quality repairs, service
calls, painting, improvements and miscel-
laneous jobs. DAVE. 246-6628.
C&J HANDYMAN Services. Carpentry,
Drywall, Painting, Paperhanging, Tiling,
etc. Licensed, Insured. 955-0593,
241-1461. '
LICENSED HOME Repair & Painting.
Specializing in W.D.O. repairs. Ref's.
avail. Call Mark 613-6571.
ONE CALL HANDLES IT ALL
Specializing in kitchens. cabinets, bath-
rooms. lacuzzis, Ile. doors, windows, rot- ;
led wood. termite damage, roof leaks, dry-
wall, decks, elc Honest, lop quality work-
LOWEST PRICES AT THE BEACH.
(904)710-3784.
HANDYMAN. NO Job too small. Free Esti-
mates. References. Kelly, 449-6918.
SMALL HOME Repairs/projects. Special-
izing in low voltage wiring, 30yrs. experi-
ence. Steve, 994-6548.


ROOFING. IN-TOWN prices @ the
Beach. 25yrs. experience. 962-5876. :
CCC1326983.
IF YOU are interested in advertising under I
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
e-mail: classified@beachesleader.com
ROOF REPAIRS & Re-Roofing. Trust a li-
censed professional. See our ad. under
Remodeling/Construction Neligan Con- '
struction. State Certified Roofer :*
#CCC1325888. Member BBB 247-3777.



ARTISAN TREE Cutting & Trimming. -
Free estimates. Licensed, insured.-
(904)553-4663. i

WEBERS TREE SERVICE
246-9930
Quality work at reasonable rates. Stump .
grinding. Since 1986.


ARTISAN TILE. Install, repair, clean.
FREE ESTIMATES. (904)553-4663.

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SATURDAY 8-12.
Copper, cast iron, crystal, lots of collecti-
bles & treasures. 46 Quail Ln. behind
Beach Golf Course off Fairway Ln.


PROFESSIONAL VENDING route:
Snacks, soda, water, juice, healthy
snacks. All brands, excellent equipment/
service. Financing avalulable w/$7500
down. (877)843-8726. AIN#2002-037.
LANDSCAPE BUSINESS. Established
route, trailer & top of the line lawn equip-
ment. $12,000. 223-5891.
GYM/ WEIGHT LOSS CENTER Est. cli-
entele. Possible Yoga/ Pilates/ Personal
Training studio. Possible sub-lease.
1050sf. Info. (904)607-2462.


ACTIVE NANNY honest, dependable,
transportation & references. $9-$11/hr.,
any area. CPR & First Aid. F/T & P/T.
260-4915
WILL PROVIDE day care in your home.
Experienced, nurturing, and dependable.
Beaches area, .568-2187.
WILL PROVIDE loving, fun, positive en-
viroment for your child. Beach area,
339-2412.


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SATURDAY, 8AM-2PM. Household Items,
upholstery fabrics, clothes, truck topper.
611 15th Ave. South.

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2003 HONDA Shadow VLX 600. New
tires, windshield. Great for new riders
$4200.655-3491.


1992 FORD Ranger, white, dependable,
may new parts, $1500. 280-0023.
2001 CHEVY Silverado, white, 4-Door.
Loadedal 51k miles, $16,700.
(904)537-9782.
1994 CHEVY Astro Van, 136,000 miles.
Recent A/C, complete service record.
Very dependable. $2700. 249-2505.




1956 VOLKSWAGEN BUG
EUROPEAN
NOW REDUCED, $2150. MUST SELL
ALL ORIGINAL. Oval window, sliding rag-
top with semiphores. 36HP motor. ALL
PARTS,just needs to be. completed.
607-6337, leave message.

1993 FORD Explorer. A/C, CD, automatic,
engine runs great, needs body work.
$1400 OBO. (904)382-9912.

1998 ACURA CL. Teal, tan leather interi-
or. $6500. OBO. 241-7721.
HONDA CIVIC EX (1997), auto, 2-door,
sunroof, all power, 84k miles. $4900 OBO.
Call 280-2228. .
2001 MERCEDES-BENZ. SLK-320
CONVERTIBLE. Auto-V-6, flawless, low
miles all options. Only $26,900.247-6588.
1999 VOLKSWAGON Jetta, Wolfsburg
Edition. 2.0; loaded, dealer maintained.
92K. $6500; (904)786-5127 (904)
535-8358.


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1996 CUTLESS Supreme great condition.
(904)334-7804.
2004 ACURA TL. Awesome pearl white
car w/27,500 miles. Excellent condition.
All the bells & whistles included.-$27,500.
Under warranty. Call 285-4831.
1993 BUICK Roadmaster, loaded and
lovely, 84k original miles, $3200 OBO.,
716-2586.
1995 FORD Taurus. Power everything, sil-
ver w/grey interior. As is. $1000 OBO.
(904)607-4393.
2001 CHEVROLET Corvette. Red coupe,
28,000 miles, auto, fully equipped.
$31,000. 742-0636, 384-4749.
EAGLE ALLOYS 17" rims/ tires included.
4 lug fits most cars $700. 247-3429,
1977 MERCEDES, 450SL, 68k actual, 2
tops, mint condition. $12,000 OBO.
247-5676.
1992 BUICK Regal. 1-owner, excellent
condition. $1099. Good around-town car.
249-1654.


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ABOVE LEFT: Caitlin Ross
maneuvers at midfield against
Mandarin.
ABOVE RIGHT: Fletcher goal-
keeper Jamie Martin holds the
near post during the boys
semifinals last Thursday.
RIGHT: Senators keeper Anna
Donaldson scoops up the ball
as'Mandann's Lindsy Norse
(9) and Katie Bitetto try to
cash in on a scoring chance.


Senators freshman midfielder Carolina Lencina, right passes to
a teammate as Mandarin defender Lindsey Oliphant knocks her
to the ground Saturday during the Gateway Conference champi-
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(next to Dollar Tree & Publix)
270-8558


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Read this monthly feature for your own Home Implrovemenft Projects.


Tips on
Homes are built just like th
budget. So be sure you budge
for the essential structural el
home when planning home r
ects. There are three elements
be compromised. Foundati
roofing materials, and window
all essential to the long-term
investment. 'our contractor
cant role when it comes to chi
foundation, framing and roof
When it comes to wind
however, there's more at staki
owner. Windows and doors pr
function. They affect how yo
feels and operates. They prc\A
that's essential to our well-b
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Buying Windows and Doors
ey're run-on a Windows and doors come in many' tpes,
et appropriately shapes and sizes, with varying maintenance
ements of your requirements, energy efficiency features, and
enovation proj- a wide range of materials and pnces. You may i
that should not be tempted to save on window quality to
ions, framing/ splurge on the latest countertop treatments,
rs and doors are but remember that trendy fashions will.,
Value of your quickly lose their appeal-and value. .... ;. -
plays a signifi- So when it's time to choose windows and
losing the right doors, take the time and money necessary
ing materials. and consider these tips for window and door
:ws and doors, selection:
e for the home- 1. Research your options. Do your home-
o\vde form and work by talking with window dealers,
ur home looks, builders and architects to find out the types of .
de natural Light windows they recommend. Review manufac-
eing. They can turer's catalogs and Web sites. Learn as much
und energy eff- as you can about the options available in your
the choices are price category.
2. Beware of "bargain" windows. Buy from
a brand-name window manufacturer whose ABIu T -
name you can trust. There are many "no -
L P name" compares producing poor quality i
windows that are inexpensive. Some of these
companies are only in business a short time,
and are not available years down the road
les when maintenance problems may occur.
Always research companies you buy from,
)UCTS their reputations and the exact details of their
RICES warranty information.
VICE 3. Make energy efficiency a priority. By :- 1"
IL researching and understanding glazing D esig n le
I __ options, you can make smart decisions on the L L
\ iTli T BL'. glass in your windows. Consider windows
Sj with Low E or Low E with argon gas or knrp- entry
ton-filled glass. This glass can help save inabin
heating and cooling bills by keeping your "
S-5 PM house warmer in the winter and cooler in the
summer. Glazing options are available with
BB) single, double and triple panes of glass and (904) 241-5831
I E Bs a with Low E-coated surfaces. Remember,T d Jacksonve
money saved buying low-quality windows is 205 South Third St. Jacksonville Beach
Beach quickly' lost to increased heating or cooling
costs.
4. Select windows that complement your
home's style. All the pieces of your home
should come together for a unified look. Garrison &
Work with your archdutect and builder to select I cNeil, Garson & Fletcher
the size, style and shape of windows that Insurance Agen cy
complement the look you want to achieve. OCEANFRONT SPECIAUSTS
5. Determine the level of maintenance you
to prefer. Window technology continues to Whether you need life,
advance and newer models offer many low auto, homeowners, health
I maintenance options. Consider your climate or commercial insurance,
and long-term maintenance goals when we can make your life a
selecting the window material for your home. day at the beach.
PLUMBER 6. Think big. Light plays a major role in the Call today for your free
home, and big windows-or combinations of evaluation.
windows-can have a positive impact on
your home. One of today's most popular Call us today 249-2345.
trends, walls of windows, can be achieved by 1211 North Third Street
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