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Title: The Beaches leader
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Beaches Leader
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Beach Fla
Creation Date: March 8, 2006
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Table of Contents
    Section A: Main
        page A 1
        page A 2
        page A 3
    Section A: Main: Opinion
        page A 4
    Section A: Main: Viewpoints
        page A 5
    Section A: Main: Calendar
        page A 6
    Section A: Main: Obituaries
        page A 7
    Section A: Main: Beach Living
        page A 8
    Section A: Main: Beach Living: Weddings
        page A 9
    Section A: Main: Beach Living: Education
        page A 10
    Section B: Sports
        page B 1
        page B 2
        page B 3
    Section B: Sports: Classifieds
        page B 4
        page B 5
        page B 6
        page B 7
    Section B: Sports continued
        page B 8
    Section C: Celebrating Our Coastal Heritage
        page C 1
        page C 2
        page C 3
        page C 4
        page C 5
        page C 6
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MIDWEEK EDITION
SMARCH 8,2006


On your marks
Senators take to
the track
See B-1


B


Cooking
Celebrities get
busy in kitchen
See A-8


Celebrating Our
Coastal Heritage

Special section
in this issue


The A


DtLEACLHlES


Vol. 43, No. 74


LEADER


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


JB's public

records

policy to

be eyed

by LIZA MITCHELL
STAFF WRITER
Jacksonville Beach officials
will hold a workshop March 22
to review the city's compliance
with the state's Sunshine Law
and determine how much
information is available for
public consumption.
Mayor Fland Sharp Monday
said the workshop will focus on
the city's accordance with the
Sunshine Law, which requires
municipalities conduct all of its
business in the public light.
The workshop will also
address the city's legal respon-
sibility regarding communica-
tion between and among the
elected officials and what infor-
mation needs to be made pub-
lic.
Wendell Finner, an attorney
and member of the community
watch group Beaches Watch,
said he was "heartened" to
learn that the city planned to
discuss the matters in an infor-
mal public forum.
"The Sunshine Law has a
very broad and inclusive defi-
nition of public records and
what that generally means is
that any piece of paper or elec-
tronic communication, tape
recording, anything that cross-
es the desk is a public record,"
Finner said.
"Particularly when you are
talking about matters that are
in litigation or administrative
proceedings in Tallahassee,
anything that enters the city of
Jacksonville Beach in an offi-
cial capacity is a public record.
"It should be maintained
here for the citizens and you do
a disservice to the citizens of
this city when you say that is a
record in Duval County, go
across the ditch. If it comes
into the city, it's city property
and the property of all of us."
See RECORDS, A-3

Human

feces in

park area

prompt call

for police

by LIZA MIkTCHELL
STAFF ItRITER
Police patrols are stepping up
at a Jacksonville Beach park in
response to numerous com-
plaints of human feces found
in the area.
An administrator at the city's
Parks and Recreation building
in the 300 block of Penman
Road called police Feb. 28 to
request additional police pres-
ence at Tall Pines Park on
Ninth Avenue North west of
Penman Road out of concerns
of human safety.
Police responded to another
complaint March 1 at the Parks
and Recreation building,
prompting staffers to believe
the police flushed the suspects
out of the park and across the
street with their presence.
The city's annual Easter Egg
hunt will be held at Tall Pines
Park later this month.
Registration is now open.
No complaints were reported
at any other parks. The cost of
the cleanup was $50.


Walmart looking


at NB store site


Photo by UZAMITCHELL
Phyllis Leak of Ponte Vedra Beach admires an exhibit of Beaches artifacts Tuesday at the grand
opening of the new Beaches Area Historical Society Museum and Archives. The new 12,000-
square-foot facility features historic photographs, a gift shop and a boardwalk tour of the evolution
of the Beaches communities from Palm Valley to Mayport.




Retired Navy master chief will


likely spend rest of his life


in prison for killing neighbor


by JOHNNY WOODHOUSE
ASSOCL4TE EDITOR
Retired Navy master chief Donald. L. Hill of
Atlantic Beach will likely serve the rest of his life
in prison for the brutal murder of his next-door
neighbor.
Hill, 60, was sentenced Friday to 30 years in
prison for gunning down Della Railey on
Thursday, Jan, 5, in the driveway of her Cypress
Cove home.
Railey, 59, was on her way to work when Hill
shot her 11 times over a gardening dispute.
Hill pleaded not guilty to the murder charge. He
showed remorse during a sentencing hearing
Friday at the Duval County Court House.
"I really regret my actions that day," said a sob-
bing Hill, dressed in a green jail jumpsuit.
"There's nothing I can do to take it back. It was
bad judgment. I hope her family can find some
peace."
Hill slumped his shoulders and bowed his head
when Railev's sister, Eileen Tucker of Pensacola,
read a statement from the witness stand.
"I never thought I'd live my retirement years
without my sister," said Tucker, her voice crack-
ing.
"She was my confidant. The week she died, she
talked about her own retirement. She had roots in
her neighborhood. She felt safe. I want him [Hill]
to remember what he did to my sister for the rest
of his waking days."
Assistant State Attorney Jeremy Lasnetksi said
Hill killed Railey "without any control or mercy,"
and "repeatedly shot her and chased her around
her vehicle, precluding any chance of escape."
Lasnetksi added that the case was "extremely
unique" in the sense that "from the frantic last
shot he fired, [Hill] has taken full responsibility for
his actions."
Hill entered a plea Feb. 9 to negotiate his sen-
tence. Lasnetksi said the state waived a first-
degree murder charge and did not seek a manda-


Htory life sentence.
Prior to sentencing, Hill's pri-
vate attorney, A. Russell Smith,
asked Circuit Judge Hugh A.
Carithers Jr. for a sentence of 25
years to life.
He also told the court that Hill
had requested that proceeds from
the sale of his Atlantic Beach res-
idence be placed in a scholarship
Hill fund for the victim's grandchil-
dren.
"I'm asking the court to distinguish between
types of people that come before you," said Smith,
"bad people and otherwise decent people who do
a bad thing."
"Mr. Hill is a decent person who did a horrible
thing. Before this incident, his record was clean.
He had nothing more than a speeding ticket. He
had a distinguished Navy career with two tours of
duty in Vietnam."
Smith said Hill suffers from heart problems and
"uncontrolled" diabetes, and "in all likelihood,
will spend the rest of his life in prison."
Before issuing Hill's sentence, Carithers said,
"No matter what I impose, it will be a life sen-
tence," based on the defendant's medical condi-
tion.
"In my 13 years on the bench, this is one of the
most heart-breaking cases I've ever seen. There is
no rational way to explain it."
Carithers recommended that Hill serve his time
in a geriatric prison hospital, but left that up to
the discretion of the Department of Corrections.
Lasnetksi, who asked for a 40-year sentence,
said that in other murder trials he has prosecuted,
defendants rarely show remorse or take responsi-
bility for their crimes.
"What he did was senseless," said Lasnetksi
about HW, a Navy veteran of 30 years. "But he
took his punishment very militaristically."


JB tree law will permit more trees to be axed


by LIZA MITCHELL
ST.AF It'RITER
An ordinance established to
protect certain species of trees
in Jacksonville Beach is.
branching out to allow the
removal of nuisance trees with
the required permit.
The Planning Commission
Monday gave preliminary
approval to a Land
Development Code amend-
ment that if approved by the
City Council would exempt a'
number of trees from the pro-
tected tree ordinance.
"This is not relieving the


permit requirement. If you take
a protected tree down with a
permit you still have a certain
mitigation requirement,"
Senior Planner Bill Mann said.
If you take down a 24-inch
oak tree it has to be mitigated.
With a 24-inch tree you have
to provide eight inches of mit-
igation.
Mitigation requirements can
be satisfied with a number of
different combinations. A 24-
inch tree could be replaced
with four two-inch trees, two
four-inch trees or an eight-inch
tree if you want to pay an arm
and a leg for it, Mann said.


Under the proposal, a resi-
dent would still be required to
obtain a permit for tree
removal even if the tree is
among those that are not pro-
tected.
The current ordinance only
allows the removal of pine
trees and palm trees. However,
palms planted as part of the
required trees in a landscape
plan are considered protected.
"This is not opening up the
door for people to crank their
chain saws up. You still have to
get a permit," Mann said.
"Code enforcement is still alive
and well."


by JEFFREY MINTON
STAFF WRITER
Representatives of Wal-Mart
recently have had talks with:
the city of Neptune Beach
about locating one of the
mega-chain retailer's stores in a
strip mall along Atlantic
Boulevard, formerly home to
Food Lion and Big Lots, accord-
ing to city officials Tuesday.
Neptune Beach Mayor Dick
Brown in a telephone inter-
view said "engineer types" rep-
resenting Wal-Mart have
approached the city requesting
information on setback and
other zoning requirements for
the commercial property locat-
ed in the 600 block of Atlantic
Boulevard.
.Also, Brown said he recently
has been contacted by
Jacksonville attorney Karl
Sanders who in the past has
done work on behalf of Wal-
Mart locally. Brown said
Sanders has left him messages
about wanting to discuss a
potential project in Neptune
Beach but that he had not yet
been able to speak with him.
Sanders could not be reached
for comment.
Neptune Beach Community
Development Director Jason
Cleghorn confirmed Tuesday
that he has had "very, very pre-
li mi nariijett'ings"' wit h ..repre-
sentatives from Wal-Mart
about constructing a store at
the shopping complex.
A Food Lion at that location


closed in August followed by
the closing of an adjacent Big
Lots earlier this year.
Cleghom said the 14.6 acre
parcel would be able to accom-
modate a Wal-Mart. He said
the city's land use and zoning
for the parcel is "compatible"
for a Wal-Mart and would not
require any rezoning.
The parcel, owned by
Lakeshore Village, is zoned for
"heavy industrial uses," he
said.
It has long been rumored
that Publix Grocery was inter-
ested in the parcel as a possible
location for a new store.
Brown was asked about the
rumored Publix at that loca-
tion while speaking at a meet-
ing of the Oceanside Rotary
Club Tuesday morning and
said that the latest rumor was
that Wal-Mart was interested in
the parcel.
Brown in the telephone
interview said he for a long
time had heard that a PublLx
and Barnes & Noble book store
was moving to the parcel.
"And then all of a sudden
you hear about this Wal-Mart.
It caught us by surprise,"
Brown said.
"I think a lot is still up in the
air."
Wal-Mart is the .world's
largest retailer, employing,1_.6
million through more than
6,200 stores worldwide,
according to the company's
web site.


Discovery Montessori School in Jacksonville Beach support
the Dignity U Wear drive to collect brand new underwear
for children in need. Pictured here from left are students
Aria Schottelkotte, 4, and Emily Lemasters, 5, with
Discovery's heaping collection of undies for donation.


Welcome sign up for review


FROM STAFF
Atlantic" Beach .City
Commissioner Dezmond Waters
attended Monday's Neptune
Beach City Council meeting to
gauge whether the councilors
are interested in a joint welcome
sign for the cities estimated to
cost $78,000.


The cost of the sign would be
split between the two neighbor-
ing cities. Elected officials in
Atlantic Beach have said they
are interested, but some in
Neptune Beach have said the
cost is too high.
The Council agreed to discuss
the issue at a future workshop.


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Calendar.................A-6
Classified ...........B.....-4
Fishing .........B...........-3
Obituaries .............A-7


Opinion .................A-4
Police Beat ..............A-3
Sports .............. B-I
Weather..................A-2


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Birds and breakfast
A Birds, Botany and
Breakfast nature hike through
the Guana reserve will start at
8:30 a.m. Saturday at the trail-
head near the Guana River
dam, off State Road A1A.
Guests are encouraged to
bring binoculars to learn about
different birds and their calls,
as well as various plants found
in the reserve.
The two-hour hike will be
followed by coffee and break-
fast.
For more information call
(9041-823-4500.
1 '"Author sp 0ks of""' ['

T.A. Ridgell, author of
"Operation: Stiletto" and


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enjoying a picnic at the beach.


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Preventing ID theft

topic of free program


FROM STAFF
Glenn Ullmann, president
of Ullmann Financial Group
based in Ponte Vedra, will
present a free seminar on
identity theft and how to pre-
vent it at 10 a.m. Thursday,
April 6 in Ponte Vedra.
The one-hour seminar will


be held at the Ponte Vedra
Beach Branch Library. The
public is invited.
Ullmann recently published
a guide, "Safeguarding Your
Identity In-Flight Manual."
For information on the
seminar, call the library at
273-0495.


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Is pleased to announce the relocation of
his Family 1Medicine Practice and
his association with Dr. Messinese
and Dr. Chhabria,

Dr. Decandis is now accepting patients at
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(next to the Beaches Branch of the Library)

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will present a workshop at 10
a.m Saturday, March 25, at the
Ponte Vedra Beach Branch
Library. '
Ridgell's presentation, /"If
you Can Drive Yourself to
Success, Why Am I Still
Walking?" will be given at a
meeting of the Florida Writer's
Association.
Her third book "Fractured
Souls" is scheduled to be
released nationwide in June.
President of First Coast
Romance Writers in
Jacksonville and other writer
organization, Ridgell speaks
Iiatiobnllv arid leads profes-
: lonal-w6rkshops on-topics rel-'
evant to contemporary litera-
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POLICE BEAT


S .'ATLANTIC BEACH
A simple battery was reported
Feb. 18 in the 700 block of
Cavalla Road.
A car stereo valued at $200
was reported stolen from a busi-
ness Feb. 28 in the 1000 block of
Atlantic Boulevard. .
A burglary to a residence was
reported Feb. 23 in the 90 block
of West 11th Street.

A simple assault was reported
Feb. 26 in the 400 block of West
First Street.
Benita Ilene Teague, 39, of
Atlantic Beach was arrested and
charged with possession of a
controlled substance Feb. 27 in
the 900 block of Plaza, accord-
ing to a police report.

Anton Steven Vanlandigham,
19. of Atlantic Beach was arrest-
ed and charged with burglary
Feb. 27 in the 1100 block of
SViolet Street, according to a
police report.

Someone reported that a
small homemade-style bomb
exploded in front of a residen-
tial property Feb. 19 in the 1200
block of Beach Avenue. Police
when they arrived found the
remains of a plastic soft drink
bottle which is often used to
make "coke bottle bombs" by
youths. There were no injuries
in the incident.

The registration decal to a
vehicle was reported stolen Feb.
28 in the 700 block of
Amberjack Lane.
A burglary to a residence was
reported Feb. 28 in the 2100
block of Fairway Villas South.
** *
Lindsey Samantha Ellerbe, 18,
of Neptune Beach was arrested
and charged with possession of
the prescription drug Xanax
NMarch 1 in the 13000 block of
Atlantic Boulevard, according to
a police report.

A vehicle was reported bur-
glarized March 1 in the 300
block of Magnolia Street.

A burglar)' to a storage unit
was reported March 1 in the.90Q
block of Levy Road.

A 17-year-old Atlantic Beach
.,male was arrested aqlj I4rged
with, burglary, March, ,1,in ,the
800 block .of Poinsettia Street.

Rodney J. Hill, 31, of Atlantic
Beach was arrested and charged
with possession of a controlled
substance March 3 in the 100
block of Ardella Road, according
to a police report.
*'
Robert V. Dykes, 45, was
arrested and charged with pos-
session of crack cocaine March 4
in the 2200 block of ,Mayport
Road, according to 'a police
report.

NEPTUNE BEACH
A wallet was reported stolen
fom a business March 6 in the
1500 block of Atlantic'
Boulevard.

Brian Eric Widener, 19, of
Jacksonville Beach was arrested
and charged with possession of
a controlled substance March 6
in the 1500 block of Atlantic
Boulevard, according to a police
report.
,'
Larissa Ann Rolfes, 24, of
Neptune Beach was arrested and
charged with possession of a
controlled substance March 5 in
the 500 block of Florida
SBoulevard, according to a police
: report.

A golf cart valued at $1,000
was reported stolen from an
apartment complex March 3 in
the 1100 block of Seagate
Avenue.


Demo of


pastel


painting


offered at


PV library


FROM STAFF
A demonstration of pastel
painting is scheduled 1 p.m.
Thursday, March 16, at the
Ponte Vedra Beach Branch
Library'.
Richard Lundgren, an inter-
nationally known artist whose
work has won major competi-
tions, will give the demonstra-
tion as part of the Adventure in
Art series sponsored by Friends
of the Library, Ponte Vedra
Beach, and FOCUS Cumnmer.
For information call Jan
Bialka at 285-1114


A simple battery was reported
March 5 in the 100 block of
Florida Boulevard.

Christy Elaine Jordan, 22, of
Jacksonville was. arrested and
charged with grand theft pick:
pocketing and unauthorized
possession of a driver's license
March 5 in the 200 block of
Atlantic Boulevard, according to"
a police report.
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PONTE VEDRA BEACH
The owner of a vehicle parked
in the recreation area of Fairfield
Apartments reported criminal
mischief resulting in $250 dam-
age to the vehicle's window on
March 5. According to the
police report, the incident
occurred between March 2 and
March 3. It was noted in the
report that approximately two
weeks ago the owner reported
that graffiti had been painted on
the front passenger door of the
vehicle.
St. Johns County Sheriff's
Office was contacted by' an
apartment complex manager dn
March 3 about a vehicle aban-
doned for a month in a parking
lot in the 600 block of Ponte
Vedra Lakes Blvd. The vehicle
had been reported stolen from
Atlantic Beach on Oct. 2, 2005.
The owner of the vehicle was
contacted by SJSO.
.
Burglary to a vehicle parked
in the 200 block of Sea Coast
Lane was reported by the owner
on March 3. According to the
police report, there was no sign
of forced entry to the vehicle. A
driver's license, ID card, credit
cards, and a game were missing
from the vehicle.
According to the police
report, the deputy" found evi-
dence of burglary to a second
vehicle parked in the 200 block
of Sea Coast Lane while investi-
gating the first burglary. The
owners of the second vehicle
declined to file a report.
*
St. Johns County Sheriff's
Office responded to the report
of a child in diapers found near
the dumpsters in the 500 block
of Galvez Lane on March 5.
According to the police
report, fire and rescue services
were on the scene and the child
was in good condition. The
deputy wA _.9d by tjl other
.that she woke o find.the chVild!
gone. The information was for-
- warded to'DCF.

David Thomas Reid, 27 of
Jacksonville, was charged with
tampering and depriving one of
a 911 call, simple battery, and
criminal mischief following an
incident in Ponte Vedra on
March 5.
-*
JACKSONVILLE BEACH
Residential burglary was
,.reported March 6 in the 100
block of 14th Ave. S. Fishing
equipment valued at $300 was
stolen from inside the victim's
front door after he fell asleep
with the door unlocked.

Criminal mischief was report-
ed March 7 at a used car dealer-
ship in the 1100 block of Beach
Boulevard. The windshields of
five vehicles in the front of the
business were smashed and two
cars in the rear area also sus-
tained damage. A witness told
.police she was awakened by
noise and observed a suspicious
person behind the dealership.
.She yelled out to the suspect
.-who fled the area in an
unknown direction.

A picnic table at the pier was
reported damaged March 4 in
the 500 block of 1st St. N. An
unknown object was used to
beat the legs of the table until


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they snapped. off. Cost to
replacethe table is $70.

-Dave Alan Brown, 44, of'
Atlantic Beach was arrested
March 2 and charged with pos-.
s. session and sale of a controlled.
substance in the 1400 block of
Atlantic Boulevard during a.
sting-operation, according to a
police report.
Harry P. Morgan, 21, of
Jacksonville was arrested March
2 and charged with possession
and sale of a controlled sub-
stance and possession of crack
cocaine in the 1400 block of
Atlantic Boulevard, according to
a police report.

Yolanda Shance Dawson, 31,
of Jacksonville was arrested
March 2 and charged with pos-
session and sale of a controlled
substance, felony possession of
a controlled substance while in
physical control of a motor
vehicle and possession of crack
cocaine during a sting operation
in the 1400 block of Atlantic
Boulevard, according to a police
report.

Timmy Bernard Dawson,. 34,
of Jacksonville was arrested
March 2 and charged with pos-
session and sale of a controlled
substance in the 1400 block of
Atlantic Boulevard, according to
a police report.

Ralph James Jr., 31, of
Jacksonville was arrested March
2 and charged with possession
and sale -of a controlled sub-
stance, felony possession of a
controlled substance while in
physical control of a motor
vehicle and possession of crack
cocaine during a sting operation
in the 1400 block of Atlantic
Boulevard, according to a police
report.

Aggravated assault involving
a knife was reported March 2 in
the pier parking lot in the 500
block of 1st St. N. An 18-year-
old Jacksonville man told police
he was approached by two
unknown men at 5:30 p.m. who
asked-for bus fare. The first sus-
pect described as 6'0" with long
brown hair, wearing a white t-
shirt and leans advanced toward
him with a folding knife. The
victim punched the suspect in
the mouth to defend himself.
The suspect made jabbing
tmotjo)., with the knife. tow rd'-
the.tctim's'. face but fled the
area when he heard police
sirens. The second suspect was
involved in an altercation with a
22-year-old witness who told
the suspect not to approach him
because he had just left the mil-
itary and would not hesitate to
fight back. The second suspect
described as 5'9" with' short
brown hair and a ball cap also
had a folding knife visible in his
front pocket. He fled when he
heard police.

A black 1988 Chevrolet pick-
up truck valued at $2,000 was
reported stolen March 3 in the
400 block of 2nd St. S.

Burglary to a residence was
reported March 4 in the first
block of Oakwood Road. A wit-
ness told police she observed a
suspicious person sitting on the
rear steps of her neighbor's'
house eating ice cream. When
she asked him what he was
doing, the suspect told her he
was doing some work for the 95-
year-old homeowner. The
owner of the, home told police
that the man known as "John"
had, done work in the past but
she had turned him away sever-
al times and said he had no
right to be on her property. An
investigation of the property
revealed a sliding glass door was
pried open and ice cream was
missing from the freezer.


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Count. from A-1
SevPral Beaches Watch
members have recently com-
plained that city officials were
playing. a "shell game" with
documents that are consid-
ered public information.
Dean 'Thompson has made
numerous requests with the
City Clerk's office for docu-
ments pertaining to the ongo-
ing Home Depot litigation but
was denied access because the
case was still pending.
Thompson in a Feb. 17 let-
ter to City Manager George
Forbes said two written:
requests for the Home Depot,
documents submitted since
Aug. 15 have not yet been
met.
On Aug. 17, 2005, he said
he was told by the City Clerk's
office .that the documents
were not available because
they deal with litigation. The
following day City Clerk Heidi
Reagan said she did receive
court documents that she for-
warded to the city attorney
without keeping a copy.
Thompson said Reagan told
him on Sept. 6 that city attor-
ney Steve' Stratford deemed
the documents.unavailable for
public inspection because
they deal with city litigation.
On Feb. 10, Reagan and
Stratford conceded that the
documents were public infor-
mation but they were not
available at City Hall because
no copy was logged at the City
Clerk's office and the city
attorney passed them over to
the insurance company that is
handling the city's defense.
Thompson said he was
instructed to go downtown to
inspect the documents at the
Duval County Courthouse.
"Trust and confidence in the
city administration and city
attorney is being eroded by
lack of transparency and effort
to comply," he said in the let-
ter to Forbes.
"The actions of the city are
causing a major deterrent to
quick, convenient local access
to public records and an
unreasonable hardship for cit-
izens."
Group president Sandy
Golding has also submitted a
request for a copy of a com-
plaint filed in the First Street
Grille case but was recom-
mended by the City Clerk to
obtain the information
through the Beaches Annex of.
the Clerk of the .;Courts,
according to the minutes from
the March 1 Beaches Watch
meeting.


But Stratford said the city is
not obligated by state law to
produce to 'the public every
document because some are
protected by exemptions
within the statute.
"What is and what is not a
public record is set forth by
the state statute and that is
what we ,have adhered to in
this city for as long as I can
remember,"-he said. -
"Mr. Thompson has request-
ed certain things [regarding
Home Depot] and they' are not
covered by the public records.
They are exceptions and there'
are exceptions. It's not that
everything that crosses the
Mayor's desk or everything
that crosses their desk or my
desk belongs to somebody sit-
ting out there."
Sharp said his intent was
not to challenge the legal
process safeguarding both the
city's and the public's interest.
The purpose of the workshop,
he said, was to develop a sort
of data base to track city busi-
ness.
"I wasn't speaking legally at
all. I'm sure the City Attorney
and City Manager have deter-
mined what is public record
and what is not and is pre-
scribing their actions .
within the boundaries of that
law," he said.
"However, I'm just talking
about a record that's in the
Clerk of the Court that if
someone files a lawsuit against
us, I'm not sure why we
wouldn't just keep a record of
that same kind of thing here."
Sharp said he requested a
list of all of the lawsuits pend-
ing against the city and was
told by City Clerk Heidi
Reagan that the office did not
maintain a current list of
pending litigation.
"She basically only had four
and I knew that there were
more than a dozen [pending]
and I wondered why that was-
n't kept on record," he said.
"While I don't agree with
Mr. Finner that we need to
duplicate the services that we
already pay for from the Clerk
of the Courts, I think just as a
matter of policy we ought
to at least keep a record of a
record."
Sharp said in a letter to
Forbes that a "simple request
for information should have
been fulfilled the same day it
was.requested." -.
"Iif-.have had this much dif-
ficulty I can only imagine the
frustration some of our citi-
zens may have felt when mak-


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ing records inquiries," he said.
"At a minimum, there
should be a complete, up to
date list of lawsuits filed
against the city, the name of
the plaintiff, the address
involved and case number if
any." ,
There are several vested
rights suits and Bert harris
claims pending against the
city with the plaintiff's claim-
ing the city's 35-foot height
. restriction damaged their
property.
Beaches Watch sponsored
the citizen referendum that
enacted the height cap.
Members monitor the status
of the pending suits weekly at
the Beaches Annex of the
Clerk of the Courts.
Councilor Linda Spence said
she would support the devel-
opment of a roster of ongoing
court cases but did not see the
need to amend the city's pub-
lic records practices.
"Frankly I am surprised that
we wouldn't have a listing like
that somewhere available If it
is not there, maybe that is
where we need to go just to
know that John Doe is suing
us on this issue and Jane Doe
is suing us on the other issue,"
she said.
"But beyond that as far as
what other court records
should be made available, I
think we are following state
law and I don't think we need
to make any changes in that
regard."
Forbes said in his 11 years
with Jacksonville Beach, he
has only encountered a hand-
ful of situations involving a
request for information that is
exempt from the public
records law.
Information about trade
secrets, economic develop-
ment and administrative test-
ing are examples of possible
exemptions, he said.
"Probably 99.999 percent of
what I have or deal with is a
public record. To me, the law
is very clear that we have to
provide documents requested
unless we know or can tell
someone what the exception
is," Forbes said.
"Most of the conflicts that
we have dealt with lately have
dealt with lawsuits which is
out of my realm as to what is
public and what is not. It is
extremely, rare that I run into
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Museum key part of


maintaining Beaches'


sense of its identity

In order to have a community, there must be a group of
people with a common set of interests and a strong sense
of identity. One of the most important requirements for
that strong sense of identity is a shared history which is
protected and nourished by the entire community. If one
doubts that the Beaches, rom Mayaport to Ponte Vedra,
make up such a community, a visit to the new Beaches
Museum and History Center, which opens this week, will
quickly allay those doubts.
The Museum, a project of the Beaches Area Historical
Society, was built for $2 million with the majority of the
money being raised by local residents. The museum will
provide space for traveling displays, historical archives
and a reading room. But the centerpiece is the permanent
exhibit "Shore Stories: Down the Board Walk." A visitor
will walk through the history of each of the areas that
make up the Beaches community. The journey begins at
the Village of Nlayport and continues south through
Atlantic Beach, Neptune Beach, Palm Valley and Ponte
Vedra Beach. It is impossible to make this journey with-
7out a true appreciation and awe for who we are and the
history:and traditions we share.
Too many people deserve our gratitude to try to name
all of them here. The time, effort and money supplied by
so many make a statement about this community that
should stimulate pride in all of'us.
However, there is one person who stands out above all
- -others. Jean McCormick has pursued this goal with single
minded purpose since 1978. But for her efforts,-this mag-
nificent new Museum would not be opening this week.
We encourage every resident of the Beaches communi-
ty to visit the museum soon. Learn about your commu-
nity. See the shared history that gives those of us at the
Beaches such a strong sense of self identity. When you do,
join the Beaches Area Historical Society and help "build a
future for our past.".




Letters to the editor:

Many made Seuss fun


To the editor:
The temperature was chilly
-- anridthe wind gusts plenty but
neither dampened spirits at the
Dr. Seuss -Celebration at the
Beaches Branch library this
weekend. More-than 2400 visi-
tors enjoyed listening to Dr.
Seuss stories, watching Dr. Seuss
books on DVD and constructing
their own stovepipe hats.
Appearances by the Grinch
and Cat-in-the -Hat added a lit-
tlie spice to the mix. Animated
presentations by readers Steve
Bailey, Vayfie Reading "and
Heather Shea kept the attention
of their preschool audience.
Jacksonville Beach Police
Department and the
Jacksonville Beach Citizens
Police Academy Alumni provid-
ed identification, fingerprinting
and photographs'. Firefighters
from Jacksonville Beach let chil-
dren.experience a fire truck.. -
The Cultural Center of Ponte
Vedra helped preschoolers con-
struct a "Foot Book" mural, and.
_.._. Clearwire .Broadband Wireless
provided visits to
Seussville.com. The Friends of
the Beaches Branch Library pro-
vided the financial backing for
the birthday- party. The core
committee of,NMarilyn Matejcek
(chair), Sandy Argro'oes, Shelly'
Frazier, Holly Graham and
Wendy Warner, spent hours
organizing, contacting volun-
teers and picking up donations.
Atlantic Beach Explorer
Scouts, Boy Scout Troop 276,
Sandalwood H.S. ROTC, Ribault


Masonic Lodge 272 and
American Legion Post 129 pro-
vided valuable assistance.
Volunteers from Bell South
Marketing, Prosperity Bank and
Fletcher H. S. kept things going.
Jacksonville Beach Public Works
helped to keep the area clean.
Thanks to Fred 'Matejcek'and
102.9 FM for braving the winds.
The Design Lounge donated
creative services .and Futch
Printing donated flies that
went to area schools and color-
ful posters for businesses. Coca
Cola Bottling donated water,
PublLx provided napkins and
punch, and Starbucks con-
tributed milk for participants.
Papa John's, Chick-fil-A and
Starbucks provided food to keep
volunteers energized from 8
a.m. to 4 p.m.
Thanks to The Book Mark for
donating 'book prizes. Balloon
Construction Company,
Mediquip (helium), Express
Entertainment, Space Walks of
Jacksonville, Otis Spunkmeyer,
Rentaland and Portable
Sanitation provided discounts.
Thanks also to the library staff
and patrons who dealt with
busy', traffic, .crowded parking
and increased visitors to the
library during the Dr. Seuss
Celebration.
Volunteers and library staff
alike had great fun and hope
that you did, too.


\Vendy Warner
President,
Friends of the Beaches
Branch Library


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Home gym is my reality prbtole
ne to all


he constant quest for fit-
ness leaves, I'm sure only
me, feeling the guilt of
not having exercised enough.
As I'm driving through neigh-
borhoods, I pass my friends
running, biking or on their
way to swim 3 miles in the
ocean, and I immediately feel
as if driving a car is a slothful
mode of transportation. I
should have used a rickshaw
to take my kids to their piano
lessons and gotten a good' 4-
mile jog with weights in. If I
do see these fit people driving,
I know they're on their way to
the gym.
It is not easy being friends
with the triathletes and Leslie
Sales of this world, who,
despite having had several
children, have the figures of 18
year olds because they make
, exercise a priority. It just drives
me crazy. Running into these
girls immediately makes me
replay the last 12 hours of my
life and feel disgusted at the
choices I've made in my diet
,49d,L0ac- of ae'obic exercise.
I'm sure that when they do
something as unchallengthg to
their cardiopulmonary system
as sitting at a computer writing
an article that they would have
weights around their ankles to
do leg curls the entire time. I
do have one friend and moth-
er of three who never exercises,
eats and drinks what she
wants, and still has the thin
'body of a teenager. She totally
makes leisure activity a valid
pursuit. If I thought hard
enough about it this would
drive me crazy, too.
This is one of the reasons cell
and headset phones have
become so popular. Sitting still
to talk on the phone is just not
done any more. Imagine hav-


ANN
VON THRON
COLUMNIST


ing to be attached by a cord to
the wall to make a call. Our
heart rates and metabolism
would approach normal and
totally make phoning a unjus-
tified task. (All readers under
15 are saying "what does she
mean, attached to the wall?"i
Something happened to me
recently that has made me
rethink my status of exercise
deficient. I sprained my ankle,
.and. have been,,.slowed .to,.a,
crawl. I'm wearing..this enor-.
mous and cumbersome boot,
and being in any position
other than supine with my
foot on a pillow makes my
ankle swell to the size of a .
grapefruit. .1 had no idea how
active I was until I was forced
to be inactive. I was a regular
gazelle in my home. The daily
machinations of running a
household and working
should be an Olympic catego-
ry. The lifting, running, push--
ing, pulling, and jumping that
goes on around here is enough
to let me call myself an athlete.
I've given them fitness scores
in case the IOC ever needs my
input.
In the stairmaster section, I


get a 12 out of 10. I run up and
down three 15 step staircases
in my home at least 30
times/day. I have an upstairs
kitchen, so I haul bags of gro-
ceries upstairs several times
weekly, which accounts for the
2 extra bonus points. Walking
the dog counts for an hour on
the treadmill. If she sees a
squirrel during the walk, I
count two hours because of the
extra muscle strain needed to
keep her from lunging, chas-
ing, treeing, and having the
squirrel for lunch.
Sweeping, vacuuming, mop-
ping, and dusting count for an
hour of rowing machine.
Bending to pick up the stuff
that ends up on the floor, load-
ing the dishwasher and put-
ting tights on my first grade
daughter are my bicep curls
and deep knee bends for the
day. Diaggirig pounds of dirty
clothes to the laundry room
then lifting and transferring to
wash and dry is equal to sever-
al reps of free weights.
,.,Last..ut not lao t .,the.ero-,
, bics of., Pediatrics.r Woaking
from room to room, lifting
children onto exam tables,
many of whom kick and
scream, and trying to hold
them down to examine but
not scare them equals a double
run through Nautilus weight
machines and 20 laps in a
pool.
So I am free. The label of
couch potato is off my back. I
can hold my head high
amongst the iron women of
this community, and can say I
am tired from all the exercise I
get, not because I don't exer-
cise enough.
Dr. vonThron is a pediatrician
who lives in Neptune Beach with
her husband and children.


More letters to the editor:


Living within your means


has different meaning in PV


To the editor:
As everyone is aware of the
behavior of undisciplined chil-
dren who never quit with their
relentless "let me, let me, let
me, etc., etc.," it was certainly
no surprise when the issue of
the Guana land grab by Ponte
Vedra once again came at a
fever pitch.
Those who push for building
a high school east of the
Intracoastal Waterway without
using their own precious land
will never give up.
Ponte Vedra (beachless) has
vast acres of land available for
golfers and country clubs and
while land has been available
during their search for a suit-
able site it has always been met
by "not in my neighborhood."
Having good neighborhood
schools is one of the factors
supporting property values
and the appeal of using Guana
land is that it demonstrates the
concern without actually hav-
ing the school in their own
neighborhood.
This is similar to the facade
of promoting property on the
'beach' without actually giving
access to the beach.
The other claimed obstacle,
to acquiring land within their
own boundaries is that it is just
too expensive,' or shall we say,
"too valuable to be used fox
children." And yet the sake of
the children is the acclaimed
objective in the first place -
just not their first priority.
Common sense should make
it obvious that the greater the


value of the land, the greater
the revenues from property
taxes, and it is common
knowledge that property taxes
are the primary support for pri-
mary and secondary schools.
The, limiting factor here is
the tax rate. In Ponte Vedra
and Palm Valley the millage is
16.5 and 16.13 respectively. In
neighboring Jacksonville
Beach the rate is 19.19 with
over 40 percent of the taxes in
support of schools.
That means that on $1 mil-
lion of property (could there
be a few in Ponte Vedra?) the
annual revenues- in Ponte
Vedra will be $2,683 less than
in Jacksonville Beach. Quoting
from the St. Johns County
Property Appraisers Office,
"Taxing and Levying
Authorities determine village
or "tax" rates based on their
budgetary needs."
In spite of the known need
for acquiring land for a school,
the citizens have never deter-
mined it as a budgetary'con-
cern of their own.
Why pay for what you can
take seems to be the attitude.
Not only do they pay 16 per-
cent less in property taxes,
they also pay 14 percent less in.
sales taxes,/.i.e.,.6 percent in St.
Johns.County vs. 7 percent in
Duval County.
.Citizens of Duval .County,
aware of -the increasing
demand for roads and high-
ways, voted for' half of a per-
cent in sales taxes in support of
the Greater Jacksonville Plan.


Living within your means
takes on a different twist in
Ponte Vedra, i.e., you live with-
in your means and we'll also
live within your means.
Herb Peyton's philanthropic
urges seem to be easily
assuaged by giving to the more
advantaged of society. But why
the swap? Why doesn't he just
outright deed the property to-
St. Johns County and see
where it leads?
Tom Byerly
Neptune Beach


High

school

east of

bridge is

good idea
To the editor:
We write to inform you
that we support the High
School East of the
'Intracoastal Waterway. It is
our belief that a new high
school closer to the Beach
will reduce traffic conges-
tion, save energy and time
and help strengthen our
community.

Tim.Swett and Suzanne
Burke
Ponte Vedra Beach


he effect of substance
abuse in our county is
not so different than in
other parts of the nation
except that it involves people
we know; our friends, our
neighbors and sometimes
even our own family mem-
bers.
In a smaller community like.
ours it was once the practice to
deny that the problem exists
and attempt to avoid the
embarrassment of drug and
alcohol abuse by making up
explanations for behavior that
we were not willing to address
publicly.
There are no "magic cures"
for social ills. There are, how-
ever, some positive, measura-
ble steps that we can incorpo-
rate into our public policies
and programs that will
improve the condition in our
community.
At th'e St. Johns County
Sheriffs Office, we are already
investing in projects aimed at
substance abuse prevention,
1-trepatment and reintroduction
,of offenders into society.
Current research shows that
a large number of those who
abuse controlled substances are
filling our jails for committing
minor crimes simply to feed
their addictions.
The economic cost to house
and manage this population is
considerable. On average the
cost of incarceration in Florida
is about $80 per day. Without
successful intervention and
treatment programs to break
the cycle, we will continue to
pay this amount and much
more simply to house and
feed this segment of the
inmate population.
We have examined some
excellent models from other
areas of the state that not only
offer a high return on invest-
ment in economic terms but
also in human terms.
One example would be the
Matrix House therapeutic drug
treatment program in place at
the Duval County jail. Mike
Bennett, who helped run
Matrix House in Jacksonville, is
currently working with Col.
Herb Greenleaf at our deten-
tion center, and together we
are building a successful ver-
sion of that program here at
home.
Substance abuse is an' illness
that is not limited' to any par-
ticular age group; it impacts
our young people as well as
senior citizens.
Consequently, candidates to
participate in this treatment
program will come from all
ages and races. What they will
all have in common is the will-
ingness to participate and to
return to a healthier,, better
quality of life.
Intervention and treatment
are certainly the initial steps in
this process. However, no poli-
cy will ultimately achieve the
desired goal unless we make
provisions to reintroduce the
program participants back into
the community with dignity,
willing and able to maintain
sustainable employment.
Our approach must educate
the community and enroll
their participation if we are to
enjoy a long lasting benefit
from our efforts. To this end, I
am sponsoring a .substance
abuse summit.in March to dis-
cuss future plans with business
leaders, mental health *and
clinical case workers as well as
members of faith based organi-
zations, all of which will play
an'essential role in our progress
towards more effective sub-
stance abuse policies.
Shoar is sheriffofSt. Johns
County.







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Viewpoints



Value diversity in all communities


Only millionaires living here would make it dull


To the editor:
Doesn't anyone else find it
incredibly ironic that so many
people here at the beaches
have sacrificed their money,
time, and labor to assist the
victims of hurricane Katrina,
while at the same time we are
CREATING homeless people.
by forcing them out of their
mobile homes and low
income apartments? Doesn't
anyone else think that it is
outrageous 'that the people
who live in these mobile
homes in our beaches com-
munity are being forced into
temporary tents in Hanna
Park so another developer can
make a few more million dol-
lars?


One writer earlier
outlined his reasons why the
Atlantic Beach City Council
should not suppress construc-
tion, or zoning, which would
restrict the rise in our proper-
ty values. His reasons were
that we would have more
money for parks and side-
walks. I (am not convinced
that is the true motivation for
this view. I think many peo-
ple of this ilk own multiple
properties they would like to
see rapidly escalate in value.
Believe it or not, 'there are
those of us who 'do Aot want
to make our beaches a com-
munity that is restricted to
.only the elite, whose incomes
(or family's monies)' has


placed them at the top of the
food chain.
If you visit Sea Island in
Georgia you will have the
opportunity to observe a ster-
ile community of entirely mil-
lionaires.
It is completely rid of any-
thing that smacks of the
unpleasant trappings of any-
thing middle or (God forbid)
low income. "I suspect that
one reason that this wealthy
island seems devoid, of any
type of sense of community is
probably due to the fact that
most of the citizens .there
inherited their money, rather
than earned it. .
If you would like some
more "future-shock" visit the


beaches at Tampa \ St.
Petersburg. Twenty-five years
ago, while visiting friends in
Tampa, my wife and I were
asked if we wanted to go to
the beach. What we found
was a public beach about one
quarter mile long. On each
end of this beach, to the
north and to the south, were
fences where the condos start-
ed.
At the end of these fences,
by the waters of the Gulf,
were security guards! When I
asked my friend why, he told
me the guards were there to
keep people from walking on
the beaches in front of the
condos, creating private
beaches! I told him that I


thought Florida law says that
the beaches belong to the
people of Florida all the way
to the mean high water mark.
He said that people knew
that, but the majority of
money in the area supported
the privatization so no one
had the clout or dollars to sus-
tain a legal battle against
them.,
Everything is not about tax
base. Once the shrimp boats
and fish houses are gone from
Mayport village; once all of
the few remaining restaurants
on the water at the beaches
have been sold to build high
rise condos; once all of'mobile
homes have been removed
and the low income apart-


ments have sold as condos in
the hundreds of thousands of
dollars; then watch out mid-
dle income residents you are
next! It is already impossible
(or unrealistic) for a new
teacher, fireman, policeman,
or recent college graduate, to
buy a home on their own here
now.
A man named Matthew
once recorded the following
quote, "For what profit is it to
a man if gains .the whole
world, and loses his own
soul?" I think we are in dan-
ger of losing ours.
Michael Fogg
Atlantic Beach


Protect peacefulenjoyment of home


To the editor:
It's too late for us but save yourselves!'
We own property with residential and office
mixed-use between an outdqor bar approved by
the planning commission and one allowed to
operate as an outdoor bar by the planning direc-
tor.
I can attest to the nightmare conditions it cre-
ates'. The worst is the loud crowd noise (often a
drunk crowd) anytime from 8 a,m. to 2 a.m.,
seven days a week. ,
Enforcement of our noise ordinance and the
"special conditions" attached to the bars condi-
tional use permit has been at best difficult. Code
Enforcement Officers only work 8 to 5.' ,
We are forced into the role of Code
Enforcement Officer and must call the police to
enforce the code. Code enforcement is not the
proper role for the police, believe me our boys in
blue have enough to do, and the violations,
never-get to the Code Enforcement Board.'
The City is now considering a change to our


land use code to allow outdoor bars as a condi
tional use closer than 100 ft to a residential usi
in several zoning districts. I estimate that ove
500 residential tax parcels, some including mul
tiple residential units, could be affected.
At greatest risk are residential properties in
residential zoning district across the street front
commercial district. In these cases, the new rul
will allow the outdoor bar to also have outd6oo
amplified music.
No matter what the City decides, we will still
end up living sandwiched between two outdoo:
bars; as I said it is too late for us. Don't-let you
and your family be put into our position.
Protect your peaceful enjoyment of your, prop
erty and just say no to outdoor bars next to res
idential uses. Save.yourselves before it is too lat
for you also!


David Smith
Jacksonville Beach


Elected officials are not anointed


To the editor:
We all got to watch' the [Atlantic Beach]
mayor and the city commissioners 6at 'a little
crow at the city commission meeting (2/271
when they agreed to settle the Lindley Tolbert
lawsuit.
Jamie Fletcher's comment that he has since
realized the city commission's'hands were tied ,
suggests that he initially did not want to hear
what the city attorney said at the December city-
commission meeting. Mayor Don Wolfson's
remark that the city can't ignore the law was the
exact opposite of what he actually did. After
being told several times by the city, attorney that
Tolbert had a legal rightto divide her property
and that, if sued, Atlantic Beach would lose the
lawsuit, Wolfson, Fletcher, Sylvia Simmons and
Dezmond Waters voted at the January meeting


to deny the request.' Not one member of the
Atlantic Beach City Commission lives if Sel1va
SMlatina,' yet they are determined to take proper-
ty rights from those of us who own homes in
that community. The hypocrisy of their behay
ior is of epic proportions. Jamie Fletcher lives in
,a large home on a small lot. Don Wolfson lives
in an oceanfront home on a large lot that wil
not be affected by the new zoning laws. Property
records at the county court house show thai
Dezmond \Vaters has apparently already subdi-
vided his property in Atlantic Beach. Our elect-
ed officials are behaving like they have been
anointed instead of elected.
Len-Cawrse
Atlantic Beach


Yes to land deal
To tie editor:
The new Fee Title land
- exchange proposal put forth by
e Herb. Peyton. would allow the .
r state to protect and conserve 50
- acres of high-value, natural
resource land it seeks in
a exchange for 50 acres of Pine
a Plantation land, owned by the
e State, located behind the new.
r Publix Shopping Center on
Mickler Road.
a 1) Our Community Wins: A
r Ponte Vedra High School within
a our community will be a source
of spirit, pride and a central ral-
- lying point we currently do not
- have.
e 2) State conservation Wins:
Public protection is extended to
50 acres of higher value..
1 3) State and County Tax
Payers Win: At no cost, the.State
gains 50 acres of higher value,
natural resource land .
4) Our kids win: They will
attend a high school in the com-
munityv where they' live.
This new proposal not only
secures land fora much, needed
community high school, but
protects and conserves an in-
holding qf the GRWMA.
e Robert and Cecelia Lopresti
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To the editor:
Speaking as a movie fan,
reviewer Steve Bailey's column
of March 3 took me by surprise.
He is so indifferent to his role
as critic, he admits he has not
seen several of the contenders
for the "big" Oscars.
Reluctantly, I concede that is
his prerogative.
However, I am offended that,
as a newspaper writer, he can-
not get his fact straight. In his
article, he states that neither
"Transamerica" nor, "Hustle
and Flow" have played in-
Jacksonville. "Transamerica",
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rently showing until at least
March 10 (I saw it on March 2!)
"Hustle and Flow" played here
for a few weeks in July/August
2005, and has been available
on DVD: since Jan. 10.
I assume you. do own a DVD
player, Steve?
Janet Livermnore
Jacksonville Beach


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Wednesday, March

Life Line Screening: Life'
Line Screening will be at the
Neptune Beach Senior Activity
Center at 9 a.m. at 2004 Forest
Ave. in Neptune Beach. For
prices and scheduling informa-
tion, call 1-877-237-1287.
Preregistration is required.

Spring :Has Sprung: Pat
Lopez of Ace Florist at Marsh
Landing Parkway will present
"Spring Has Sprung" at 10 a.m.
at the Ribault Garden Club, 705
2nd Ave. N., Jacksonville Beach.
The cost is $15 and reservations
are required. Call 221-5191 for
information and registration.

Newcomers: Newcomers of
the Beaches, an organization
for women who are new to the
area, will hold its monthly
luncheon at 11 a.m. at the Casa
Marina Hotel, 691 1st St. N.i
aJcksonville Beach. Tickets are
$18. Call Maggie Perm at 904-
998-2331 for information.

Luncheon: The Women's
. Connection outreach luncheon
will be held from 11 a.m. till
12:30 p.m. at the Jacksonville
Golf and Country Club on
Hodges Blvd. The cost is $17.
Call 221-4536 for information.

Book-signing: Washington
Post reporter and award-win-
ning environmental journalist
Michael Grunwald will be at
The Bookmark at 7 p.m. to dis-
cuss and sign copies of his new
book "The Swamp: The Story of
the Everglades." Call Rona
Brinlee at 241-9026 for infor-
mation.

Democratic Club: The Ponte
Vedra Beach Democratic Club
meets at 7 p.m. at the Ponte
Vedra Beach Branch Library.
Marilyn Boren will speak on
effective grassroots organiza-
tion. Call Barbara Paterick at
904-273-5310 for information.

Caregiver support: A care-


Thursday from 5:15 to 6:45
p.m. through June 29. Call
Chandra at 396-3052 for infor-
mation. ,
JCCI forum: JCCI will have a
forum titled "Streetscape to
Skyline: Do We Need Higher
Design Standards?" from 5:30t
to 7 p.m. in the JCCI confer-
*ence room, 2434 Atlantic Blvd.,
Suite 100, Jacksonville. Call
Esther at 396-3052 for reserva-
tions.

Republican Club: The
Republican Club of the Beaches
will hold its regular monthly
meeting at 6:30 p.m. at Po Boys
Restaurant, 725-12 Atlantic
Blvd., Atlantic Beach. The 6:30
p.m. social will be followed by a
7 p.m. meeting. Jim Overton,
city of Jacksonville property
appraiser, is the guest speaker.
Call Ed Raube at 246-7979 for
information.

Saturday- March

Garage sale: The Ribault
Garden Club will have a garage:
sale/treasure hunt from 8 to 11
a.m. at 705 2nd Ave.,
Jacksonville Beach. Admission
is free and all are welcome.

Luncheon and fashion
show: Sons Of Italy Beaches
Lodge will have its first "Elegant
Luncheon and Fashion Show"
from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. at
Max's Restaurant Ballroom,
1316 Beach Blvd., Jacksonville
Beach. Proceeds will benefit
Baptist Beaches Hospital's
Orthopedics Unit. March 3 is
the deadline for ticket sales.
Call 242-4929 or 992-6077.

Art class: A family art class
will be held from 2 to 3 p.m. at
the Jacksonville Museum of
Modern Art, 333 N. Laura St.,
Jacksonville. The class is free
with museum admission. For
information, call Ashlie
Johnson at 366-6911, extension
207, or e-mail ajohnson
@jmoma.org.


giver support meeting will be
held at 7 p.m.,at the Council on Genealogists: The Southern
Aging Coastal Community Genealogist's Exchange Society,
Center, 180 Marine St., St. Inc., will hold its spring semi-
Augustine. The meeting is for nar at Park Lane Baptist
; .thnn,.,,e,,o.i m _n. wh-,-tl Chu chch 1480 LakeShore.B.d.-, ,
'e-lmer-o'r f'em or-Oss ( Jacasonville. RtHolcomb,,-
other illnesses. Call Diane editor of the "South Carolina
Longo at 904-823-4815 for Magazine of Ancestral
information. Research," is the speaker. Call
904-778-1000 for information.
Th'ursdav. March 9


Jewelry sale: BMCBeaches
Hospital Auxiliary will have a
jewvelry sale from 7 a.m. to 4
p.m. today, and 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.
March 10, in the main lobby of
the Beaches Hospital, 1350 13th
Ave. S., Jacksonville Beach. The
sale is open to the public.

Luncheon: The Seniors By
The Sea luncheon will be held
at 11 a.m. at Beaches United
Methodist Church, 7th Avenue
'North and 3rd Street,
Jacksonville Beach. The cost is
$4.50. The program is
"Historical Mayport."
Reservations are required by 5
p.m. the Monday before the
uncheon. Call 246-2926 for
information.

Republican Women's Club:
The Republican Women's Club
* of Duval Federated will have a
social at 11:30 a.m., followed by
a luncheon and program at
noon, at the Radisson
Riverwalk Hotel, Prudential
Drive. Former Florida
Congressman Bill McCollum,
candidate for attorney general
of the state of Florida, is the
guest speaker. The cost is $16
with reservations or $21 at the
door. Call Willa Farrell at 910-
3533 or e-mail info@rwcdf.org
by March 2.
Luncheon: The Beaches
Division of the Jacksonville
Regional Chamber of
Commerce will have its month-
S ly luncheon at Sawgrass
Country Club, 9795 Summer
Place, Ponte Vedra Beach.
Jacksonville Councilman Airt
Graham is the speaker. Tickets
are $15 with reservations or $20
at the door. Call 249-3868 to
R.S.V.P.

Spaghetti supper: The
SJacksonville Beach Woman's
Club will host a spaghetti sup-
per from 4:30 to 7 p.m. at the
clubhouse, 1315 N. 2nd Ave.,
Jacksonville Beach. Coffee and
tea will be provided; bring your-
own wine or beer. Tickets are'
S$10 for adults, $5 for children 6
to 12, and free for ages under 6;
tickets will also be available at
the door. Proceeds will benefit
local charities.

Homicide study: Participants
are wanted for JCCl's study on
Jacksonville's homicide rate.
The study committee will meet


Irish dancing: Irish country
dancing with a live band and
caller will be held from 8 to 11
p.m. at Cobalt Moon Water
Studio, 214 Orange St.,
Neptune Beach. The public is
invited. Call 246-2131 for infor-
mation.

Dance association: The
American Ballroom and
Contemporary Dance
Association will meet at 8 p.m.
at Bolero's, 10131 Atlantic Blvd.
Guest admission is $12. Call
246-2858 or 249-5321 for infor-
mation or reservations.

Sunday, March 12
ArtFusion: "ArtFusion for
Families" is held from noon to
4 p.m. at the Jacksonville
Museum of Modem Art, 333 N.
Laura St., Jacksonville. Call
Ashlie Johnson at 366-6911,
extension 207, for information.

Reception: A reception for
artist Joyce Gabious will be held
from 2 to 6 p.m. at A Charles
Gallery, 228 3rd Ave. 'N.,
Jacksonville Beach. "Mind-
scapes," a collection of water
media and collage paintings,
will be on display through
March 25. The public is invited.
Call 904-339-0029 for informa-
tion.

Scandinavian society: The
Scandinavian American Society
of the South will host the Duke
University Chorale at 3:30 p.m.
Refreshments will be served
afterward, and admission is
free. Call Anna Large at 743-
2214 or Darleen Hutto at 725-
1665 for information.


Monday, March 13
Relay for Life: The Relay for
Life of .the First 'Coast Beaches
will meet at 6 p.m. at the
Neptune Beach Senior Activities
Center. Call 249-0022 for infor-
mation.

Toastmasters: Beaches Area
Toastmasters meets at 7 p.m. at.
115 Penman Road at the
Watson Realty Building. Visit
www.toastmasters.org for infor-
mation.

Tuesday, March 14
Senior workshop: A free sen-
ior workshop will be held at 10
a.m. at 13171 Atlantic Blvd.,
Suite 300. Reservations are
required. Call 221-8501.

Small business expert: The
Beaches Division of, the
Jacksonville Regional Chamber
of Commerce will host Sandy
Bartow, executive director of
the Women's Business Center,
from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Beaches
Chamber Office, 325'
Jacksonville Drive, Jacksonville
Beach. There is no charge, but
appointments are required. Call
249-3868.

Blood drive: Fleet Reserve
Association Branch 290 will
hold a blood drive from 3 to 7
p.m. at 390 Mayport Road,
Atlantic Beach. All donors will
receive a free steak dinner and
drink of choice. Call 246-6855
for information.

Evolution debate:
Jacksonville University will host
a debate on evolution and intel-
ligent design at 7 p.m. in the
Terry Concert Hall. The event is
free and open to the public.
Call 904-256-7102 for informa-
tion.

Wednesday, March

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


fvE orge car class: A, ppoprt,
grou3Fp ior -.separated and
divorced will offer divorce care
classes at 6:30 p.m. at Palm
Valley Baptist Church, 4890
Palm Valley Road. Call 285-
2447 for information.

Thursday, March

Coffee on the Coast: The
Beaches Division of the
Jacksonville Regional Chamber
of Commerce will have "Coffee
on the Coast" at 8 a.m. at
2Nique's, 544 Atlantic Blvd.,
Neptune Beach, in the K-Mart
plaza. The cost is $2. Call 249-
3868 for information.

Adventures in Art:
Adventures in Art will be held
at 1 p.m. at the Ponte Vedra
Beach Branch Library. Jam
Bialka will demonstration using
pastels to paint. Call Carolee
Bertisch at 273-6578 for infor-
mation.

Open house: Persephone
Healing Arts Center, 485 6th
Ave. N., Jacksonville Beach, will
have an open house from 5:30
to 7 p.m. Call 246-3583 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. A social time starts at
5:30 p.m. Anyone, Italian her-
itage or not, is welcome. Call
242-2949 for information.

Republican Club: The River
City Republican Club will meet
at 7 p.m. at the Piccadilly
Restaurant at 200 Monument
Road. David Allen of "The
David Allen Show' will speak
about eminent domain. Call
Jack Webb at 904-886-2872


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Course on coastal ecology:
Guana Tolomato Matanzas
National Estuarine Research
Reserve will host a course on
coastal ecology through March
30. Space is limited and registra-
tion closes March 5. To view the
class 'agenda .,or register, visit
www.masternaturalist.ifas.ufl.e
du.com. GTMNERR is located at
505 Guana River Road, Ponte
Vedra Beach. Call 904-823-4500
for information.
Friday, MaIrch 17
,St. Patrick's Day.

Saturday March

Hazardous waste collection:
Household hazardous waste can
be brought to a collection area
in front of City Hall in Atlantic
Beach from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Household hazardous products
include paint, paint thinner
and stripper, pool chemicals,
gasoline, antifreeze, pesticides
and herbicides. Electronics,
such as computer monitors, tel-
evisions, batteries, etc., may
also be dropped off. Call 270-
1651 for information.

Gardening: A master garden-
er will be at Proctor Ace
Hardware, 580 Atlantic Blvd.
(in the Kmart shopping center),
Neptune Beach, from 9 a.m. till
noon to answer gardening
questions. Call 249-5622 for
information.

Parliamentarians: The First
Coast Parliamentarians will
meet at 10:15 a.m. at the Ponte
V'edra Beach Branch Library,
101 Library Blvd., Ponte Vedra
Beach. Visitors are welcome.
Call 744-9074 or 223-1314 for
information.

Art class: A family art class
will be held from 2 to 3 p.m. at
the Jackson-ille Museum of
Modern Art, 333 N. Laura St.,
Jacksonville. The class is free
with museum admission. For
information, call Ashlie
Johnson at 366-6911, extension
207, or e-mail ajohnson
@jmoma.org.

St. Patrick's dinner: A St.
Patrick's dinner and show will
be held at American -Legtn ,
A-AuxillarV1316, I' '-',AtlanrI1c
Blvd., Atlantic Beach. Dinner is
at 5 p.m., and the show starts at
8 p.m. Call 249-0202 for infor-
mation.


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Phyllis Vivian Bucek
Phyllis Vivian Bucek, 93,died Feb. 28,,2006 in the Atrium. She was
born Feb. 18, 1913 in Castleton, North Dakota and has resided at the
Atrium for the past 2 years.
Family members include her daughter Lois (Humphrey) Sullivan
of Ponte Vedra Beach; step- grandchildren, Liza Hickey, Neil Sullivan
and Jeannie (Gary) Bodenstab; five step -great grandchildren; cousin,
'Wilbur Nelson; and several nieces and nephews.
A Memorial Service will be held at 11 a.m., Thursday, March 9 in
the chapel of Quinn-Shalz, A Family Funeral Home with Reverend
David Sheffield officiating. In lieu of flowers, donations may be
made to Community Hospice of NE FL, 4266, Sunbeam Road,
Jacksonville, FL 32257.
Services arrange b y Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home.

June R. Chinnis
June R. Chinnis, 7.5, died March 5, 2006 at her residence sur-
rounded by family. She was born Nov. 14, 1930 in Wichita Falls, TX
and moved to Jacksonville from Portsmouth, VA in 1976. She
enjoyed traveling the world with her husband.
Family members include her husband of 55 years, James Chinnis;
daughters, Debbie Groth, Donna Chinnis and Jenny Harley and
grandson, Ryan Groth all of Jacksonville.
A Visitation will be held from 3 to 6 p.m. on Thursday, March 9 in
the Chapel of Quinn-Shalz, A Family Funeral Home.
in lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to
Community Hospice of Northeast Florida, 4266 Sunbeam Rd.,
Jacksonville, FL 32257
Services under the direction of Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home.

John Aldridge Compton
*John Aldridge Compton died Saturday, March 4, 2006 following a
long battle with cancer. He was born Dec.14, 1936 in' Benham,
Kentucky to C.C. and Irene Compton.
Family members include his sister, Wanda Humphrey; his mother,
Irene Compton; his children, John Edward Compton, Carey Michael
Compton and Cheryl Louise Flanders; three grandchildren, Adam
Scott Flanders, Kendall Paige Flanders, and Carie Compton and five
step-grandchildren, Brian Fox, Brandy Fox, Michael Fox, Nelson Fox
and Zachary Aldridge Hallman.
After working as an addictive disease counselor and as a hospital
administrator, Compton became a resident of Jacksonville Beach, for
several years. He was active in the Penman Road AA meetings and
though he was very ill, would return whenever possible to attend
and even help lead meetings until his illness left him physically
unable.'
Compton was a graduate of Eastern Kentucky University. He was
a former U.S. Marine and a Mason with membership in the Grand
Lodge of Kentucky.
Services will be held at 10 a.m., Thursday, March 9 in the St. Paul's-
by-the-Sea Episcopal Church of Jacksonville Beach with the
Reverend Penny Pfab,. officiating, followed by a reception.
Entombment will be held at 3 p.m., Thursday, March 9 in the
Mausoleum of Ogelthorpe Memorial Gardens of St. Simon's, GA,
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Community Hospice
of Northeast Florida or to the Penman Road AA Club.
Services arranged by Quinn-Shal Funeral Home.

Charles Francis Cunliffe
Charles Francis Cunliffe, Jr., 78, waslbom April 28, 1927 in Atlantic
City, N.J. to Charles, Sr. and Florence Cunliffe. He attended school in
Atlantic City and joined the U.S. Navy during World War [1. He
served aboard the U.S.S. Lake Champlan and later the U.S.S. Taran.
;..ln-1,958,-he-moved bte LMmeti rirink
'5.ad'wa transferred 'to.6acina le so n -9 "as maiiager, later to
become vice-president of vending in North Florida and Southern
Georgia. Following retirement from Wometco, he bought Ajax
-: i v Parking at the airport.
He was a member of the
Southside Lion,'s Club and
President of the S.M.E.J. of
Jacksonville. After moving to
Ponte Vedra Beach in 1977, he
9obecame a Charter Member of the
Ponte Vedra Rotary Club and
A belonged to the Ponte Vedra Inn
and Club. He was also a member
Sa of Our Lad), Star of the Sea
Catholic Church.
Family members include his
wife, June Cates Cunliffe; son,
GaTry (Lisa) Cunliffe of Orange
Ss Park; daughters, Donna Wright of
Jacksonville, Charlene Cunliffe, Kathy Cunliffe and Mitzi (Ned) Graff
of Langhomrne, PA; 8 grandchildren and a wonderful pet, Russell.
Visitation for family and friends was held Monday in the Chapel
of Quinn-Shalz, A Fanmily Funeral Home. A private family graveside
service was held on Tuesday, March 7 in the Beaches Memorial Park
Cemetery. Senices arranged by Quinn-Shalz, a Family" Funeral
Home & Cremation Centre.


e Joseph (Joe) Louis Dube
Battle with cancer.
He was born No'. 1, 1914, in Bromptonville, Quebec, Canada. 'He
married NMildred Amy Dube (deceased) Oct. 21, 1939. He served the
ULSA dunng World War II as a Gunners Mate on Liberty ships in the
Atlantic for three years.' He was a long time resident of Cranston and
Warwick, RI and more recently Ponte Vedra Beach and Jacksonville.
An avid fisherman his whole life, he enjoyed fishing the waters of
Narragansett Bay, Block Island Sound, the Beaches of The First Coast
and The lacksonville Beach Pier. I
He is survived by his son Arthur A. Dube and daughter-in-law
Patricia Dube of Jacksonville; siblings Roland Duhaime of Johnston,
RI, Margaret Hallene of Palm Beach Garden,, Jill Ward of Boynton
Beach, Dot Simmons of aVest Palm Beach, and Thomas Dube of
Pompano Beach.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the American Cancer
Society, P.O. Box 22718, Oklahoma City, OK 73123-1718 or online at
www.cancer.org.

Ellis Dunsford Leavitt
Ellis Dunsford Lea-itt, 87, died March 1, 2006. She was born June
19, 1918 in Charleston, West Virginia and moved to Jacksonville in
1927.
She served as president of several organizations including, Alpha
Chi Omega sorority Beta Eta Chapter of
the Florida State College of WlVomen, the
Duval Medical Center Auxiliary, the

Presbyterian Church, the Presbyterial of
Suwanee Presbytery, Stockton School
9I, aP.T.A. and the 20/20 Book Club. She
served as a Trustee, Elder and Deacon at
the Riverside Presbyterian Church. In


1939, Ellis received her pilot's license and
was a member of the Ninety-Nines
Women's Flying Association.
Family members include her daughter,
the Reverend Carol DiGiusto of Ponte
Vedra Beach; grandchildren, Sara (Rob)
Sewel of Columbia, S.C. and Lt. Scott
DiGiusto, U.S.N. of Corpus Christi, TX;
brother, Dr. Ensor "Buz" iMargaret) Dunsford of Orange Park, FL and
numerous nieces and nephews. Her husband, Carl R. Leavitt, Jr. and
her sister, Ruth D. Aller, predeceased her. ,
Funeral senrices will be held at 2 p.m., Wednesday, March 8 in the
Riverside Presbyterian Church, 849 Park Street with the Reverend Dr.
W. Stephen Goyer, the Reverend Dr. Thomas Walker and the


Reverend Dan Thomas officiating. A reception will follow with inter-
ment in the Oaldawn Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Riverside
Presbyterian Church or to the All Saints Catholic Nursing Home.
Services under the direction of Quinn Shalz Funeral Home.

Cecilia V Quinn
Cecilia V., Quinn, 94, died March 4, 2006 in Avarte 'of
Jacksonville Beach. She was born May 26, 1911 and wife of the late
Michael J. Quinn, Sr. "
Family members include her son, Michael J. i Frances 'Quinn, Jr.;-
grandclhildren, Corrine Waycaster, Michael I. Quinn, III, William-
Quinn and Theresa Quinn; five great grandchildren; nephew,
Ronald C. (Ninal Della Porta; niece, Adele Della Porta; grand
nephews, Alfred and lohn Della Porta; seven great grand nephews
and nieces; grand niece, Veronica Dimare and two' great grand.
nieces.
Visitation will be held from 5 to 7 p.m., today, Wednesday, in the
Chapel of Quinn-Shalz, A Family Funeral Home. Mass of Christian
Burial will be celebrated at 11 a.m., Thursday, March 9, in the,St.
Paul's Catholic Church of Jacksonville Beach with the Reverend
William Kelly as Celebrant.
Services under the direction .Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home.

Jodie Kathtyn Raab
Jodie Kathryn Raab, 35, died Feb. 27, 2006 in Atlantic Beach,
Florida. Raab was bom in Pointe Claire, Quebec, Canada and has
resided in Atlantic Beach for two years after completing her
Master's Degree at the University of Florida, as a landscape archi-
tect.
She was a graduate of John Carroll High School, indian River
Community College and Fort Lewis College in
Durango; Colorado. She received her 'Master's
Degree at the University of Florida.
She worked at Prosser-Hallock Planners &
Engineers, Jacksonville. She loved the outdoors,
the water and her dog,. Lola. In t
Surviors include her mother and father. Dr.
James & Pamela Raab of Fort Pierce: sister,
Captain Jennifer Jean Raab, U.S.A.F., of Clovis, lj
New Mexico and brother, Peter S. Raab of Austin,
TX.
Memorial contributions may be made to a Shop Fair Trod
favorite chanty.
Services: Visitation was held on Friday, March W0rking together, w
3 with a vigil service at Haisley Funeral Home. A celebration of Intern
Mass of Christian burial was held Saturday at St. women around Ihe'
Mark's Catholic Church. Arrangements under homes, communlil
the direction of Haisley Funeral & Cremation
Service. Bring this ad in
Those unable to attend may sign the guest
book at www.haisleyfuneralhome.com. between Wed. I

Jean Moore Rawls
Jean Moore Rawls, died March 1, 2006 in
Pbmpano Beach. She was a licensed real estate
broker and co-wwner of Bold City Realty in
Jacksonville during the 1970's. She was an
accomplished musician and loved to travel. She
was happiest on cruise ships or traveling on a
plane headed to Europe.
Family members include her daughter,
Sharon (Jim) Lucas; friend and caregiver,
Elizabeth Irishi numerous cousins and friends in
'"fhe'Pompand 'Beach, Ft. La'uderdale-,are'a'and-
E n an d. '' 9'.-' "
Graveside services were held Tuesday in
Oaklawn Cemetery with the Reverend John
Riley officiating. -
In lieu of flowers, donations
may be made to the Macular
Degeneration Research, 8733
Beverly Blvd. #201, Los Angeles, .
CA 90048.
Services under the direction
and care of Quinn-Shalz Funeral
Home. i C l

Harry A. Rupley G
Harry A. Rupley, 79, resident of 228 Third Ave. N.
Ponte Vedra, formerly of Rome,
New York, died Fe. 15, 2006. He 1 339-0029
was born in Philadelphia and
lived most of his life in upstate Hours:
New York. He served in the US Wed-Sun
Navy during WWVll and was sta- lpm-9pm
tioned in the Aluetian Islands.
He belonged to both the VF\XV
and American Legion. An '
employee of the Beaches f
Historical Society, he also
enjoyed piloting small planes
and fishing.
Surviving are his fiancee,
Rosemary Phillips, a daughter,
Brenda (Bill) Clance and three l .
grandchildren. -. .
Private services have been P*"
held.
Memorials in his name may be
directed to American Legion Post :kt ^-
129, 1151 South 4th St.,
Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250. ,
Arrangements by Hardage- "
Giddens Funeral Home, 1701 '
Beach Blvd., Jacksonville Beach, .i! .... l
FL. h- >

Robert James
Viall
Robert James Viall, 74 of Ponte -
Vedra Beach, died Feb. 23, 2006 .
at Baptist Medical Center-
Beaches. He was born Nov.5, :- ,-, i
1931 in Daytona Beach. --..... -i .
A gifted artist, he painted LM
scenery, was an actor at Players-
by-the-Sea -and was an active
member of Palm's Presbyterian
Church.
Family members include his __ ___ _
cousins, June Hughes, Shirley
Ritchie, Ann Shelton, Sue
Simpson, Pat Compton and Roy
Mize and many friends.
Private graveside services were


held in the Daytona Memorial
Gardens Cemetery. A memorial
service will be held at 10 a.m.,
Friday, March 10 in the Palms
Presbyterian Church with the
Reverend Dr. Thomas Walker and
the Reverend Carol DiGiusto, The lRed School House i're
officiating. 419 slh Avenue N. Jaclu
Services under the directionof wy
Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home.


Byme Ware Waggoner
Byrne Ware Waggoner died on March 1, 2006 following a
lengthy illness. She was born in Falls Church, ViA on March 16,
1919, daughter of Macon Ware and Kathryn Byme Ware.
She graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Duke University in 1940,
where she was a member of the Duke Chapel Choir, Women's Glee
Club, Kappa Delta Sorority and President of the Pan Hellenic
Society. She was employed by the Library of Congress in
Washington DC 'during the war years, and returned with her hus-
band to Durham, NC following WWII. She was an employee of the
Duke University Library system, working first in the Rare Book
Room and later in the Order'Department, specializing in the order-
ing of foreign language materials for the collection. She was a
devoted member of Durham Savoyards for many years, working
behind the scenes as a costume maker/designer. She loved reading
and working in her garden.
Family members include her children, John P. I.Pippa) Waggoner
II of Los Angeles, CA and Kathryn (Don) Waggoner Wallis'of St.
Augustine; grandchildren Laura Waggoner (Bob) Murphy of La
Jolla, CA, Neill Jansen Wallis of Gainesville, Kathryn (Kate) Spencer
Wallis of Gainesville and John P. Vaggoner IV of Los Angeles;
brothers, Henry Neill Ware and Edward Macon Ware of'Dunnsville,
\VA She was predeceased by her husband, John P. jLake)' Waggoner,
A memorial service will be held at a later date in Duke University
Chapel of Durham, NC. Memorials may be made to theJohn P. and
Byrne Ware Waggonet Endowment Fund, Perkins Library, Duke
University, PO Box 90193, Durham, NC 27708.
Services under the direction of Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home.


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KRIS RADISH
GUEST COLUMNIST

Are girl babies

dipped in wad

of estrogen?

You never know.
I'm in the middle of a very
long road trip. By the time I
get back home, I will have
been gone almost two weeks'.
This is the longest I have
ever been away from the tall
babies.
The planning, the running
around, the schedule checks,
the potential conflicts and
catastrophes could make a
mother pass out if she
thought about them all at
once.
But then it's eventually
time to go. At some point,
not just the babies but the
mommies have to leave the
nest. This is no easy task.
Holy cow.
Wow.
So far, as I lumber through
the country on a book tour,
not one of my two children
has been arrested, played
hooky from school, been too
naughty, fallen behind in
math or English class, broken
into the liquor cabinet or
danced naked through the
back yard.
Rumor has it there was a
kiss at last Saturday night's
dance, but that is bliss when
a wild mother's mind imag-
ines what could be happen-
ing.
Don't get me wrong these
babies are good ones. They
are keepers but they are still
kids. Just the other day, my
son admitted that he stood
on top of a table in the
lunchroom and blew a spit
wad into a teacher's wild
head of hair.
"I've been wanting to do
that since I was a freshman,"
my. senior said.
"She is the meanest teacher
and should not be teaching
school. I knew it was, bad
but it felt really good, Mom."
Well, really, if this is the
worst of it all then bring it
on. He had his detention and
he had to tell me the story,
and let's hope he felt a little
foolish and that he doesn't
throw anything larger into
anyone's hair until the end
of his lovely high school
career.
At some point, we really do
have to leave town and trust
the kids. \Ve have to actually
get in the car and leave and
we have to try really, really
hard not to worry, which" is
no easy task.
I don't know where this
mother instinct comes from
but I suppose there is a giant '
wad of estrogen lying some-
where that all girl babies are
dipped into before they pass
from a white cloud into the
real world.
It's a-dipping that makes us
crazy with worry and won-
dering and second guessing.
It's a cloud that makes us
wonder if we did or do any-
thing correct. It's a cloud.
that covers pretty much
every waking moment of our
lives.
It's also a dipping that
makes us a little insane. I
mean really, these kids drive
and eat and work and study
and laugh and live and that's
what we want them to do.
WVe just don't think they' can
do it without us.
But they can and they do,
and in the case of my two
charmers, they seem to be
S doing it Very well. ,.
Maybe I should stay anoth-
er week. .
Kris Radish is a syndicated
columnist for DBR Media.


rcr ,ob, AOBDeAfGELO
Fletcher High seniors Nathan Tocco, left, and Joe Barnhill will aftend service academies this fall.
Tocco has been accepted to the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis. Barnhill will play football for
the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. See Barnhill's story at beachesleader.com.



Fletcher High senior



taking academy route


by JOHN-NYVWOODHOUSE
ASSOCL4TE EDITOR
Nathan Tocco of
Jacksonville Beach spent 10
days last summer in Jamaica
as part of a youth mission
trip.
This summer, he'll be on a
different kind of mission: To
the U.S. Naval Academy at
Annapolis, Md.
Tocco received his congres-
sion'al appointment to
Annapolis on Feb. 28. He
reports to the nation's sec-
ond-oldest service academy
in early July for seven weeks
of training known as "plebe
summer."
The Fletcher High senior
carries a weighted 4.3 grade-
point average and is ranked
in the top 10 percent of his
graduating class.
"He's not only a good stu-
dent, academically, but he
also has a very good attitude
as well," said Fletcher guid-
arfce counselor Joan
Ki(kland.
"He has taken a rigorous
academic program here at
Fletcher."
Tocco also lettered in swim-
riting for the Senators this
school year, winning'the con-
solation finals of the 50
freestyle in October at, the
district championships at the
University of Florida.
He doesn't plan to swim for
Navy, but knows the academy-


will test him both physically
and mentally.
"I got a taste of it one week-
end," said Tocco, who fell out
with cadets for physical train-
ing during an official visit to
the Naval Academy in late
February.
"We did P.T. from 5:30 a.m.
to noon. Then I followed a
midshipman through his
.day."
Tocco is the third Fletcher
High student to earn an
appointment to Annapolis
since 1999.
Flethcer grad James
Barrineau is a senior at the
Naval Academy. Former
Fletcher student Nikki Curtis
graduated from Annapolis in
2005.
"I want to serve my coun-
try. I want to be an officer,"
said Tocco, who is taking
Advanced Placement courses
at Fletcher, including AP. cal-
culus and AP physics.
"I've always wanted to go
*into the military. I want to
study aerospace engineering,
and the academy has one of
the best engineering schools
in the nation."
Tocco had some help mak-
ing his college choice.
Capt. David C. Robertson,
the commander of Destroyer
Squadron 14, homeported at
Mlayport Naval Station, gave
Tocco a tour of the NMayport
base.
Robinson, a 1981 Naval


Academy grad and a
Jacksonville Beach resident,
also put Tocco in touch with
a former Navy SEAL and
Annapolis grad who lives at
the Beaches.
"The captain has been a
great influence on him," said
Joy Tocco, Nathan's mother.
"I had a cousin who served
in the Navy. I'm extremely
proud of Nathan. He's very
patriotic. He's been waiting
to hear back from [the Naval
Academy] for months."
After four years at
Annapolis, graduates receive
bachelor of science degrees
and are commissioned
ensigns in the Navy or sec-
ond lieutenants in the
Marine Corps.
All graduates are obligated
to serve five years of active
duty.
Tocco said he doesn't want
to pursue a career in surface
warfare or be stationed on a
ship. He said he would rather
serve as either a ground-
based Marine officer, a Navy
SEAL or an aviator.
"I want to be on the battle-
, field or fighting above it,"
said Tocco, who turned 18 on
Tuesday.
Famous Naval .Academy
grads include former presi-
dent Jimmy Carter i1947),
1963 Heisman Trophy winner
Roger Staubach 119651 and
Discovery astronaut Wendy
Lawrence (1981i.


Beaches residents



are celebrity chefs


by KATHY NICOLETTI
STAFF WRITER
The 20th Annual
Salvation Army Celebrity
Chefs Tasting Luncheon and
Silent Auction will be held
on Thursday, March 16, from
11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the
Prime Osborn Convention
Center in Jacksonville.
Local celebrities who have
participated in the event
during the past 19 years
have been invited back to
this year's luncheon. A total
of over 80 local celebrities
will be on hand to serve
guests from a special menu
prepared from recipes pro-
vided by the chefs over the
years. These include appetiz-
ers, soups, salads-and sides,
entrees, and five fabulous
desserts.
Tickets are $30 for the
event and everyone present.
will receive a copy of the
20th annual Celebrity Chefs
Cookbook, which features
recipes from 19 years of
Celebrity Chefs Luncheons.
A variety of items will be
available for bidding at the
silent auction. Among the
most unique items will be
several dolls dressed in fash-
io'ns contributed by local
and internationally famous
designers.
A number of Beaches resi-
dents will be returning as
celebrity chefs this year.
including Aida Ribeiro, direc-
tor of the Jacksonville
Conservatory of Music; Fabio
Machetti. music director of
the Jacksonville Symphony;
Michael Huyghue, president
and CEO of Axcess Sports;
Maria Cole, Mrs. Nat "King"
Cole; Sherry Burns, presi-
dent/CEO of the I.M.
Sulzbacher Center for the
Homeless; and entertainer
Gene Nordan.
Husband and wife, Fabio
Nfachetti and Aida Ribeiro
will serve Moqueca or
Brazilian Fish Stew made
from Riberio's recipe at this
year's luncheon.
"I participated last year
and thought it was a won-
derful way of presenting all
different facets of
Jacksonville. I was honored
to be part of it," said Ribeiro.
"The committee does a
wonderful job at the event
which supports a very good
cause. Moqueca is a very
famous dish from Brazil."
Ribeiro said the dish is not
difficult to make and is a
wonderful dish to serve for a
dinner party.
The 2006 menu also


includes Huyghue's Penne
Pasta with Tomato and
Ricotta and Cole's Pot Roast
Popular pianist' and play-
wright Gene Nordan will be
returning for his second year.
He said that when he was
asked to participate in the
event, he "knew that it was a
good cause and was glad to
help."
His recipe for Pasta Tomato'.
and Garlic is in the cook-
book along with Burns
recipe for Sweet Potato
Casserole.
Other notable chefs from
Northeast Florida include
Jacksonville Jaguars owners
Delores and Wayne Weaver,
WJXT Channel 4
Meteorologist Geoge
Winterling, artist C. Ford
Riley, Olympian and Florida
Coastal School of Law
Professor Nancy Hogshead-
Makar, and chef Matthew
Medure.
Tickets can be purchased
from the Salvation Army
located at 328 N. Ocean
Street in Jacksonville, from
all of the Army's Women's
Auxiliary- Members, or by
calling 301-4841. If space is
available, tickets will be sold
at the door.
Proceeds from the event
will provide funds for the
work of the Salvation Army.
This includes the Salvation
Army Senior Center, the
Salvation Army' Citadel
Corps, the Adult
Rehabilitation Center, the
Towers Memorial Social
Services Center, the Child
Development Center, and
the Salvation Army
Administrative Office
The 20th annual Celebrity
Chefs Cookbook will also be
available for purchase after
the event at a cost of $20
plus $6 for shipping.
"This is a wonderful cook-
book and many of the
recipes are easy to 'do and
inexpensive. Also, the book
lists who contributed every
recipe," said Carol Peters,
spokesperson for the event.

The following are a sampling
of the recipes in the 2006
Celebrity Chefs Cookbook.


See RECIPES, A-10


Iorum speaker to discuss American politics


FROM CONTRIBUTOR

As wiretapping and budget debates swirl
through the halls of Congress and the White
House, it becomes apparent how delicate and
mysterious the ways of Washington are.
Journalist James Toedtman will attempt to
demystify the volatile ways of Washington at 7
p.in. Tuesday, March 14, at the Flagler College
Forum on Government and Public Policy.
Toedtman's topic will be' "Bosnia on the
Potomac: A 21st Century Guide to Politics and
Other WMDs." This lecture will address the
unstable nature of Washington in the 21st cen-
tury. As current editor of the AARP Bulletin and
20-year veteran of Newsday, Toedtman' is well
acquainted with covering Washington as well as
other government bodies.


He has also been awarded two Pulitzer Prizes.
The first was a shared prize in 1970 for his series
on the Long Island land sandals and the sec-
ond was in 1992 for spot news reporting of the
New York City subway crash.
Upcoming Speakers for 2006 include:
March 28: Dan Balz, national correspon-
dent, The Washington Post. Topic "The
Current State of the Political Landscape."
April 4: Gil Klein, national correspondent,
Media General .News Service. Topic "What
Will the Future Newspaper Look Like? (And Will
There Be One?)"
All forums take place in the Flagler College
auditorium in St. Augustine. Forums are free
and open to the public. Seating is on a first-
come, first-served basis. GCall 904-819-6400.


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Weddinuas


Heather and John Harris


Erin C. BoWen of
Jacksonville and Jonathan R.
Brackney of Valencia, Calif.,
were married at 5 p.m.
Saturday; March 4, at the
Sawgrass Marriott.
The bride is the daughter of
Jim and -Donna Bowen of
Atlantic Beach. She received a
bachelor's in sport manage-
ment from the University of


North Florida, and is employed
by North Florida Gym nastics.
The groom is the son of
Bonnie. Jewett of Valencia,
Calif., and Scott Brackney of
Huntington Beach, Calif. He is
a graduate of Canyon High
School and spent four years in
the U.S. Navy. He is employed
by Brack Inc.


Heather Ann Baldwin -and
Dr. John. G. Harris were mar-.
ried Jan. 28; at Christ United.
Methodist Church in Neptune
Beach. The Rev. William L.
Baldwin and the Rev, Patrice
Spencer performed the cere-
mony.
The bride is the daughter of
Rev. William and Sue Baldwin
of Jacksonville. The groom is
the son of John and Annita
Harris of Apopka. They are


both: employed by Sharids of
Jacksonville. ,
The maid of honor was the
bride's sister, Hiliary. Melissa
Adams and Kristen Marshall-
Mattson were bridesmaids.
Michael Harris was the best
man. Corbin Harris and John
Miller were groomsmen.
The couple spent their hon-
ey-moon in Asheville, N.C.,
and reside in Jacksonville.


Angeline Rogers ahd David
.Smith, both of Jacksonville,
were married at 4 p.m.
Saturday, March 4, at Neptune
Baptist Church. Tom 'Barry Jr.
performed the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of
Michael and Patricia Rogers of',
Jacksonville. She is a graduate
of Fletcher High School and
Florida State University. She is.
employed by, Bank of America.
The groom, is the son. of
Charles and Jimmie Sue Smith
of Jacksonville. He is a gradu-
i 7- -


ate of Lee High School and the
University of North Florida. He
is employed by Poole
Management.
Susie Rogers was maid of
honor, and Ansley Rogers,
Karin Wells and Leigh Shelton
were bridesmaids.
Kevin Stephenson was the
best man. Phil Bancrott, Marty
Hammock and .Ryan Riddle
were groomsmen.
After a honeymoon to Maui,
the couple, will reside, in
Jacksonville.
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Ashley Shawn Thranhardt and Wright Hooks
Jr., both of Raleigh, N.C., have announced their
engagement to be married.
The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Frederick Thranhardt of Ponte Vedra Beach. She
is a graduate of the University of Florida and is
employed as an -area representative for
Firehouse Subs.
Tlhe groopm-,elct is the ,son f Mrs. Alfied


Carlton Jr. of Raleigh and Ellis Wright fooks of
Taraboro, N.C.
He is a graduate of East Carolina University
with a degree in construction management and
is employed with Barnhill Construction Co.
The couple plan to wed at 5:30 p.m. Saturday,
March 18, at Windlock Estate, Somerset Village,
Bermuda.
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Fletcher High School's
Parent-Teacher-Student
Association needs volunteers
for its TPC fundraiser. This is
the PTSA's major fundraiser.
Volunteers spend half a day
working at a prime location
concession stand at the 2006
PladVrs Championship.
Shifts are morning or after-
noon, Monday-Sunday, March
20-26. Students 15 years of age
or older may volunteer and
receive community service
hours.
Call Deb Nemeth at 241-
4643
Beaches Chapel School is
currently enrolling students for
voluntary pre-kindergarten
through the eighth grade for
the 2006-2007 school year.
Call for more information 241-
4211 extension 711.
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Puppet shows are held on
the fourth Thursday of 'every
month at the Seaside
Playgarden, 223 8th Ave. S. in
Jacksonville Beach. The next
show is Thursday, Feb. 23. The
stories are appropriate for ages
2 through 9 and are offered free
to the public. Call 247-1314.
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The spring 2006 FCAT test-
ing schedule is available at
www.educationcentral.org.
The Jacksonville Symphony
Orchestra makes many of its
concerts available to students
for only $5. Family members
accompanying young students
are also welcome at the same
price (up to two family mem-
bers per student).
StUdent-Family Rush
Tickets are available for select
performances during the sym-
phony's regular subscription
season. At select performances,
students may purchase rush
tickets up to 90 minutes prior
to the start of the performance,
as determined by management.
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Instructors are needed to
teach after-school community
education classes for children
from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. at
Neptune Beach Elementary.
Call Dorothy Ross at 247-5957.
Fletcher High School's
School Advisory Council
meets once a month in the
administration conference
room. Parents and members of
the community are invited to
attend.
Players by the Sea School of
the Arts is offering after-school
drama classes..
Students will participate in
improvisation, theater games,
storytelling, and mime exercis-
es. Cost is $80 per month.
For additional information or
to sign up, call educational
director Barbara Williams at
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participation in the school's black history month poster and
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Recipes: Brazilian fish stew


Cont. from A-8
Brazilian Fish Stew.
(Moqueca) : Aida -
Ribeiro
2 lbs. fillets of monkfish
or any thick fish cut into 2
inch pieces
I onion choppedi
2 medium tomatoes.
peeled and chopped
1 clove garlic, chopped
1 tbsp. fresh coriander
leaves chopped)
1 or 2 fresh hot chili pep-
pers, seeded and chopped
(optional)
2 tbsp. lime juice
Salt to taste
one-quarter cup palm or
olive oil
one and one-half cans of
coconut milk


Put the fish into a large
bowl. In a blender or food
processor combine the
onion, chili pepper (if want-
ed), tomatoes, garlic, corian-
der, salt and lime juice. Pour
over fish. Let stand for an
hour. Transfer to a saucepan
and cover with coconut milk
and oil. Cover and cook for
about 15 minutes or until
fish is done.
Serve hot over rice.

Penne Pasta with
Tomato and Ricotta :
Michael Huyghue


Pasta:


1 (16 oz.) package penne
pasta


Sauce:


one-half cup chopped
onion


2 tbsp. olive oil 1 cup fresh parmesan
1 tbsp. unsalted butter Saute sliced garlic.
1 clove garlic, peeled and Cook pasta, drain well.


put tnrougn a garlic press
one-half cup pancetta or
salt pork, chopped
one-third cup red wine
vinegar
.1 (28 oz.) can Italian-style
plum tomatoes, processed in
food mill
Salt and pepper
1 cup ricotta cheese, well
drained
one-hialf cup grated
Parmesan cheese


Saute onion in oil and but-
ter until soft but not limp.
Add pressed garlic; cook for
2 minutes. Remove from
heat. In separate pan, saute
pancetta or pork until fat is
rendered. Drain and com-
bine in pan with onion and
garlic; raise heat. Add wine
vinegar and bring to a boil.
Reduce heat to medium.
Add processed tomatoes;
return to boil. Reduce heat
and simmer 10 minutes.
Add salt and pepper to taste.


Dice fresh tomatoes (don't
cook!).
Add olive oil.
Turn off pan with garlic is
saut&ed.
Toss everything for a
minute.
Add fresh parmesan.


Sweet Potato
Casserole : Sherry
Burns

I large can sweet potatoes
or yams
1 cup sugar
one-half cup evaporated
milk'
3 egg
1 stick butter (melted)


Crust/Topping


1 cup brown sugar


About 10-12 minutes
before sauce is ready, cook
pasta to personal taste. Plac.
pasta in heated serving bowl
Top with prepared sauce and
ricotta, and garnish with
Parmesan; serve. (Do not
stir.)
Serves 6.


Pasta Tomato &
Garlic : Gene Nordan


4-5 cloves of garlic


1 lb. pasta
2 fresh tomatoes
3-4 tbsp. olive oil


three-quarters cup
chopped pecans
e.
L 1 tablespoon flour
1 stick butter
Drain and mash potatoes.
Add remaining 4 ingredients
and blend at low speed for 2
minutes (or until smootHl).
Pour into large (11%o x
141N)) casserole dish.
Mix brown sugar, pecans
and flour until crumble and ,
sprinkle over potatoes. Dot
with butter and back uncov-
ered for I hour at 325
degrees.


Serves 12.


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Big inning lifts Senators over Buchholz


Off to an 8-1

start, Fletcher

begins string

of important

district games

By ROBERT DeANGELO
SPORTS EDITOR

Keyed by a six-run fourth
inning explosion, the Fletcher
High Senators earned their
eighth win of the season with
an 11-4 drubbing of
Gainesville Buchholz last
Saturday.
Pitcher Justin Preckajlo gave
up nine hits over seven innings
and worked his way out of sev-
eral jams to even his season
record at 1-1.
After Buchholz plated a run
in the top of the first, Senators
leadoff batter Patrick Braswell
knotted the score when he
launched a 3-2 pitch over the
wall in right-center.
The Bobcats reclaimed a lead
in the top of the third, but
Fletcher answered back when
Preckajlo lashed a single then
stole second. Devin Gonzalez
ripped an RBI single up the
middle, stole second, then
third and scampered home on
an overthrow to make it 3-2 for
the home team. It could have
been a much bigger inning but
B.J. Chandler was doubled off
first on a long fly ball out.
Fletcher did most of its dam-
age in the fourth. Braswell exe-
cuted a beautiful hit-and-run
to plate Tyler Bounds as the
Senators built a 6-3 advantage.
After clawing for another run,
Perry had the big blow of the
inning when he clocked a two-
run shot over the left-center-
field wall as the Senators
stretched the lead to 9-3.
Preckajlo surrendered a solo
home run. to Mike Mirarnda;


Photo by ROB DeANGELO
Fletcher High starter Justin Preckajlo eyes the plate as he delivers a pitch Saturday against Gainesville Buchholz. Preckajlo went
the distance, scattering nine hits over seven innings to earn the victory as the Senators topped the Bobcats, 11-4.


but that would round out the
Bobcats' scoring. Fletcher
added a pair of insurance runs
in the sixth as Perry stroked an
RBI double then came around
on an overthrow as he stole
third.
"1 felt pretty good. I just kept
hitting spots and felt like I had
it today," said Preckajlo, who
.used-4four -pitohes astball;


curve, change-up and slider -
to keep Buchholz guessing.
"Everything seemed to be
working today."
While Fletcher head coach
Kevin Brown indicated he was
pleased with a key victory over
a tough Bobcats squad, he also
sounded a cautionary note that
the next several ballgames will
test the Senators' mettle.


"We played well today, but it that [number] one seed, all you
was a little bit sloppy," said have to do is win one game.
Fletcher head coach Kevin You have to believe that with
Brown. "Now we have to go' the five arms we've got, we're
play [Buchholz] at their place going to find somebody that
Thursday, so that will bea real will give the other team trou-
test. ble." :, ,' :,
"We're 8-1 and I think we're Thus fat Preckajlo, Gonzalez
in control of 'our own destiny and Sam Perry have shared
here. The vay we've got our starting responsibilities, but
pitching set'-up, if we can get "r-Brown-has. also-utilized BTett


Caudill, Sam Darr and Matt
Crismon in all types of relief
appearances.
"The fun part about this
team is you never know who's
going to hurt [the other
team]," Brown said. "Braswell
-and Perry went yard today, and
everybody's talking about
Devo [Gonzalez] and Preckajlo.
I mean, we just hit.
"I will say this about
Braswell. He's got to be the best
leadoff batter in town. There's
nobody that is that dangerous.
Bunting, hitting, hit-and-run,
he's got some speed and I just
can't say enough about what
he's doing at the leadoff spot."
In Fletcher's lone loss this
season, 4-2 to Stanton in the
championship game of the
Stanton Tournament, Braswell
didn't get on base.
"Maybe it's the way they
pitched [to] him, I don't
know," Brown said. "But he
kind of gets us going."
In terms of upcoming games,
Fletcher was set to host Terry
Parker High Tuesday night,
then travel to Buchholz on
Thursday.
On Monday, March 13, the
Senators will host Providence
in a. 5 p.m. start. Next
Wednesday, Fletcher travels to
Orange Park and then' takes on
Mandarin. at home Friday,
March 17.
"We set the schedule up so
we'd have eight games before
we really got into district play,"
Brown said. "Now, over the
next three weeks it's mostly
district games and that will be
a measure of what we've got on
this ballclub."
Preckajlo, a senior who is
one of the team's leaders, likes
the combination of young
players and veterans on this
season's Senators squad.
"I think we've got some lead-
ers who set the tone andl so far
[ like they way we've played,"
he said. "We all know it's a
long season, but..i think we've
got a very goob team and a
number of players willing to
step up.'! "


Fetcher track teams '


soar at Saints Open


FROM STAFF
The Fletcher boys track team earned a third-
place finish while the girls came in fourth
during last Saturday's Saints Open track meet
at Sandalwood High School.
The boys amassed 61 points to trail
WVolfson (237" and Sandalwood i133.5). The
Senators girls team garnered 61 points in the
day-long event.


Among the top individual performances,
Michael Johns and Anthony Carswell finished
second and third, respectively, in the shot
put.
On the girls side, freshman Megan Bariy
won the 1,600 and 3,200-meter runs.
Fletcher High will next compete in the Wolf
Pack Classic on Friday at Wolfson High
School and at the Westside Relays at Forest
High School on Saturday, March 11.


Pholos by ROB DeANGELO

ABOVE: Fletcher High
sprinters Shenikqua
Woods, left, and Onika
Whyte break from the
start line in the girls 100-
meters at the Saints Open
track meet at Sandalwood
High School. Woods, a
freshman, clocked a 13.1
while junior Whyte was
timed in 13.9 seconds.

LEFT: Senators long
jumper Chelsea Paxson
takes flight as she soars
toward the landing pit in
the girls long jump event.


Pnroi, by ROB DeANGELO
Senators hurdler Olivia Wright clears the final barrier in the girls 110-meter high hurdles dur-
ing the Saints Open track meet last Saturday.


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And add their own' imprint they
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homey, with a family atmosphere for all ages. Seating includes
tables and booths, with many booths including flat-screen
TVs and a "theme." There's an Elvis Booth, a Mother's Booth
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Days, Aunt Bee from the Andy Griffiths Show and other TV
moms) and even booths with surfing, model train and base-
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Plenty of area restaurants serve tasty, down-home Southern
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Monday through Friday. Plus, breakfast is served all day/every
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Mother's Griddle. Saturday and Sunday features an all-you-
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Whiting still plentiful at the beach


W hitting are still plenti-
ful along the beach.
Coolers were filled by
all, who ventured down the
beach last week.
Sheepshead and yellow-
mouth are biting along the jet-
ties ,along, with redbass; and
offshore anglers reported that
it was hard to keep their bait
on the bottom but still man-
aged to fill their stringers with
snapper, seabass and beeliners.
Capt. George Ivy, Don Staley
and Johnny and Bobby Taylor:
fished from the "Georgia Lee"
last Thursday off P.V. and
caught 130 whiting. They
reported that they only began
to catch their fish when they
got to about 40 feet. These for-
mer Fletcher athletes are
already planning a big fish fry
after their next trip.
Capt. David King took the
"Crusty Crab" to the redtop
area on three occasions last
week and was kept busy all day
catching whiting. He also
reports small blues and yellow-


south Wednesday with his wife
Murphy looking for the elusive
pompano. They didn't find the
whiting, all on sandfleas. On
Saturday, along the jetties in
tough conditions, Larry caught
15 sheepshead. His largest was
a hefty, 9.5 pounds.
Capti Mike Morris, with his
guests .ack Boender and Cliff
-, ..,. Ratliff, fished the jetties last
WIMPY SUTTON week for 10 sheepshead to 6.5
FISHING LE'ADER pounds, 15 yellowmouth and
four speckled trout.
Chuck, Rob and Byron
Darner and James Gergley on
mouth are beginning to show the "Let's Go" fished around
up. the mouth of the river last
Jetty guide Fred Morrow week and caught 20 yellow-
went back into action last mouth and six speckled trout.
week. On Tuesday, Jerry Taylor On a trip aboard, Matt
fished with Fred for four drum Hamilton's "Pathfinder" last
weighing six to nine pounds Monday, Matt and James
and six sheepshead at five to Gergley caught 12 redbass to
six pounds. 23 inches, five flounder and a
On Thursday, Dr. Robert H. pair of trout. And on Tuesday
Still fished the canal with Fred. on James' "Head Hunter" they
They netted nine redbass, two used fiddlers along the jetties
flounder and a trout. and caught 30 sheepshead to
Larry "Fishman" Finch went seven pounds.


History pic-
ture of the
week is from
the J.O.S.F.C.
Powder Puff
Tournament in
the 1960s.
Winners, from
left: Ruby
SClayton,
Gwenn Kiline,
Yvonne
Morrow and
Louise
Clayton.
Ruby's win-
ning fish
weighed '32
pounds.


Anglers aboard the "Mayport
Princess" fought a terrible cur-
rent on each trip last week but
the regulars still managed nice
catches of snapper, beeliners
and seabass.
On Wednesday and
Thursday anglers used live
cigar minnows they jigged up
to catch some big flounder off
the bottom.
Canal guide John Dyrssen
couldn't find any live shrimp,
last Wednesday so he put a lit-.
tie weight on a white grub and
trolled the canal below the
McCormick Bridge and caught
nine trout and a flounder..
Capt. Kirk Waltz on the
"Enterprise" with 'Rich Grey
last Tuesday used jigs and live
shrimp around Sisters 'Creek
and caught 20 speckled trout
and eight redbass.
On Thursday, with Chris
Huff, his son Robbie and his
cousin Timmie in the same
area around Sisters Creek, they
caught three redbass and 15
speckled trout.
Capt. Dennis Young and the
Lou Haskins party on the "Sea
Dancer" last,Tuesday fished the
bottom at M.G. They brought
home five snapper to 14
pounds and 31 seabass.
On Thursday, the Larry Pitts
party with Capt. Dennis,
anchored and drifted the P.\'.
bottom and caught five snap-
per to 14 pounds, a flounder
and 21 redbass.
, Capt. Randy Nader with his
daughter Samantha and crew
members Lance Cody and Jerry
Moulton returned from Key
West last weekend with a sev-
enth-place finish in the first
S.K.A. Professional Kingfish
Tournament of the year. They
had a two fish aggregate of 74
pounds, which included a 41-
pounder on the first day and a
34-pounder on the second.
Young Samantha, a regular
member of the "Exterminader"
team, won the Junior Angler's
division. Looks like Capt.
Randy' Nader's team is off to
another great season.
Good Fishing.


Gate Rver Run 'streakers



continue familiar pattern


T Then is a run a run, jog
j/f/Ya jog and a walk no
V V more than that? Is it a
question of personal perception
or is pace just a numbers game?
These profound questions
could be more than casual con-
versation pieces. It may become
serious business, at least'to the
48 people in the Gate River Run
known as "Streakers."
The Streakers are those who
have run every single River Run
since its inception in 1978. That
means a continuous unbroken
line of 28 runs. Number 29 is
coming up this Saturday morn-
ing. But no one is getting any
younger and advancing age is
accompanied by an unavoidable
decrease in speed. :
Streakers are supposed to
"run" every race in order to keep
their streak alive. So the ques-
tion remains: When is a run a
run and when is it not? Should
time become a factor in decid-
ing who is running and who is
shuffling?
"The issue has come up a cou-
ple of times," admitted race


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RUNNING/FITNESS

director, Doug Aired. "So far it
has not presented too much of a
problem, but it will surely
become a bigger issue."
Age and the ensuing slowness
that accompanies is only part of
the problem.,
When one of the Streakers
became incapacitated a few
years ago and was permanently
confined to a wheelchair, he
had someone push him around
the course. It was a tough call.


What: 29th annual Gate River Run
USA 15K Championship
When: Saturday, March 11, 8:30 a.m.
Where: Alltel Stadium, downtown.
Entry fee: $30.00

Also: Florida Times Union 5k Run/Walk for
Charity, 8 a.m. $25.00 entry fee. Alltel Stadium
No race-day packet pick-up

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Friday 11 a.m. 9:00 p.m.
Saturday 9 am Noon.


Sure, he showed up and he
"did" the race, but did he "run"
it? Unlike the other wheelchair
contestants he did not complete
the race under his own steam.
Isn't that about the same as
dri-ing the course in a car? If an
injured Streaker completes the
race on a motorcyce does that
count? But who wants to be the
bad guy to tell a wheelchair-
bound man that what he did
wasn't good enough?
There is a dark side to the
streak concept that makes you
wonder if it has really been
worthwhile. Numerous people
have been known to lie and
cheat in order to have their
names on the Streakers' list:
Tossing their integrity to the
wind just to say that they have
done them all.
Others have risked their lives
to run the 9.3-mile race when
the distance was obviously
beyond them. A couple of years
ago one of the Streakers died
during the race.
Still it seems that none of the
old-timers after 29 years you
don't find any spring chickens
among the Streakeis) want to
call it quits over little things like
fitness or age.
The time is going to come
when the River Run will have to
set a performance standard and
any remaining Streaker who
doesn't live up to it will be
dropped. And the "question-
able" Streakers may be "tried"
by a jury of their own streaking
peers. If it is agreed a participant
is more cheater than Streaker, he
would be unceremoniously
tossed and his name crossed off
the list.
"Right now we have a cut-off
time of two and a half hours,
which is very lenient," Aired
said. "That's a 17-minute per
mile pace. We should cut it
down to two hours."
Aired continued: "I like to
think that they run more than
they walk (to finish the race)."
Personally, I have to wonder:
Where does this leave me? I too
am an aging Streaker and one
whose finishing times grow
slower every year.
I already feel that what I do
no longer qualifies as a run. At
the rate I'm going soon my. jog
won't even live up to the name
jog (whatever that nebulous
name meant.)


I remember the time I was on
a training run doing my best to
keep up a sub six-minute per
mile pace during a tempo run. I
thought I was doing pretty well
too, a regular running machine.
I passed a small boy and his
mother and the kid yelled:
"Look Mommy, a jogger!"
"Jeez, kid," I thought, "can't
you tell the difference between a
jogger and a runner?"
I guess the line separating
runner and jogger is pretty
muddy.
I used to think if you are mov-
ing at a seven-minute per mile
pace it was a "run," six-minutes
or faster was a "good run."
Eight-minutes a mile was just a
"jog."
I used to disdain the idea of
"jogging." Of course, now
everything has changed. Eight
minutes a mile is looking pretty
good.
Like the other 47 I am a slave
to my streak. I'll be out there on
Saturday "running" my best and
trying to keep my streak alive
for at least one more year.


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A new mountain development in
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Two lane paved roads, underground utilities and beauti-
ful private wooded sites. New log cabin shells on 1-2 acre
sites $89,900 to $132,900. Single story ranch or two story
chalets available. Call for free info: 828-247-0081


ATLANTIC BEACH
MAYPORT LANDING- Totally renovated,
new roof, new siding & more. 2/2 Iown-
home wi bonus room. $127,900
PONTE VEDRA
BELLEZA AT PONTE VEDRA- 1/1 con-
do, lots of amenities. Currently leased
until Sept. 30th. $195.000.
ARLINGTON
ARLINGTON HILLS- Like newly remod-
eled home Approx. 1650sl, 3/2. huge
family room, fenced yard. irrigation, new
kitchen. Priced for First time home Buyer.
L .. ,. IC W ;
KERNAN FOREST- 3/2 5 luxurious condo
w/ garage, 1680st, gate & comm. pool.
$207,900.
EAGLES CREEK- 10 minutes from
beaches/ base. Gorgeous 4/2, nice lot.
scr porch, many upgrades Close to
schools & shopping. $247,900.
HOME FINDER REALTY
241-5501 OR 221-1711

VILLAGES OF PABLO
3BR/2BA beautifully remodeled home in
popular Villages of Pablo. New rool, new
lile and carpet, new stainless appliances
in kitchen, repainted inside and out.
Fenced, pnvale backyard Offerea al
$229,000.
WINDSOR POINTE
2BR/2BA in Windsor Poinre. Upstairs unit,
Fireplace, Berber carpet, vaulted ceiling,
large master bedroom Offerea at
$158,900.
NEWLY CONSTRUCTED WITH
BONUS ROOM
4BR/3BA newly constructed Mercedes
built home Huge bonus room ool l Land-
scaped yard and a great floor plan. Of-
lered at $395.000
SPACIOUS SEAVIEW PARK HOME
3BR'2.5BA home. Oulslanding Coral
Rock lireplace, Granite counters, Tongue
and Grooved wood paneled Ceilings, pri-
vale iear yard. great neighborhood and
much, much more Offered al $650.000.
LARGE PRIVATE LOT
Backing on to the Guana Preserve.
3BR/3BA home. Stunning Custom Marble
Fireplace, remodeled kitchen wilh Cherry
cabinetry Granite counters, Hot tub. En-
closed filed Lanai. Offered at $458,000
Help-U-Sell Coastal Realty
335 Jacksonville Drive
Call: 904-241-4447
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Pets & Animals
300 Pets
310 Pets for Sale
330 Stables/Livestock
340 Lost/Found Pets
Announcements
400 Notices
405Travel ,
415 Personals
420 Legal Services
425 Legal Notices
440 Misc. Lost/Found
450 insIructions/Schools00
460 Weddings
Employment
500 P-T Help Wanted
510 F-T Help Wanted
520 Job Services
530 Bus. Opportunity
540 Child Care
550 Work Wanted
Service Guide
600'Serlces
601 Air, Conditioning
602 Alterations
..607 Auto/Boat Delailing
608 Auto Repair
609 Bus. Services
612 Carpet
613 Catering
615 Gleaning
618 Electronics
619 Electrical Services
620 Equip. Rentals
622 Fences
623 Finan. Services
625 Firewood


Service Guide cont.
650 Painting
651 Pestl Cornlol
,652 Plumbing
653 Pools
654 Pnoiogiaphy
655 gain Gutters,
660 RemodelConi I
665 Repairs
670 Rooling
675 Sprinkler& Well
677 Tree Service
678 Tile .
680 Upholstery
685 Wallpapering
690 Water Tiealmerni
Health Services
700 Massage Therapy
710 Heallh Care Serc
730.Caregivers
For Sale
800 For Sale
805 Music & Instr.
810 Antiques
815 Auctions
820 Wanted to Buy
825 Trade
830 Consignment
Garage Sales
840 Garage Sales
850 JaA Beach
852 Neptune Beach
854 Atlantic Beach
856 Mayport
857 Ponle Vedra
858 West Beaches


ISLAND REALTY
TIM THOMPSON, 591-0303
Vacant Lot, Atlantic Beach. 4 Blocks to
Ocean. 0,43 acres. $985,000. OBO
8 ACRES w/ septic, Pine St. In Hilliard.
$89,000. (904)338-4290.
FLORIDA BLVD- 57 acre lot on marsh &
tidal creek Mm. 1500sl buildable loolpnnl.
310k. Call 904-608-7070
OVERSIZED ATLANTIC Beach. 85x130,
close to beach w 3BR 2BA house.
1904)881-9901. .
JAX BEACH Lo 50x125, 6 blocks 10o
ocean. $235,000. Terry McCue R.E Inc
249-7211,


FSBO, N. JAX BCH, 3BR'2BA. fenced
yard. New pain in/out New carpet
CH&A. $289.900. (904)509-2593.
NEPTUNE BEACH, Summer Sands
Townhouse 2BRi2.5BA, new roof, plumb-
ing HardiBoard siding, paint $260,000.
19041610-7355
OPEN HOUSE. 13714 Weeping Willow
Way in Pablo Bay. 4BR/3BA/2-car.
2400sl. $474,900 Sarurday, Sunday.
12noon-5pm. MLS#271054. 327-0558
www.candlerhomes com
SOUTHBEACH FSBO. TOWNHOME.
2BR/1 5BA. extras. Motivated seller. Re-
duced to $295,500 246-6582
PVB, THE Islands, 2BR,2BA, arlached ga-
rage community pool, tennis, $250,000
(9041)703-8380.
NEPTUNE BCH, Iolally re-done town-
nouse w/ garage. Greal community w'
pool 3 huge bedrooms, 2.5 baths. frpice,
private yard. Lease option $274,000.
280-2805.

INTRACOASTAL OFF San Pablo.
3BR/2BA house, recently renovated-
many upgrades. 2-car garage, huge GR
with FP, tiled kitchen. $297,900. Currently
rented at $1300/mo. 904-955-1023 or
850-230-6006.
PONTE VEDRA FSBO 3BR/2 5BA, 2-car
garage. $1550sl, open floor plan. 42"
Hickory caoineis, granite counter tops,
new barber carpet, hard wood floors,
$318,000, 463-0505.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 3BR/2BA, Golf
course and water view, pool, $428.900.
Pictures @ hnTp://intoiube.nel/136118
(251)327-8394
INTRACOASTAL WEST off Nonh Kimen.
3BRi2BA, like new, on lake, 1893sq, built
1998. new carpet and paint, $244,900.
Terms. Independent Brokers 710-3111.
FSBO: 1004 151h Ave North Jax Beach.
Custom Remodel 3/2. 2073sl, new tile.
granite. SS, Irplc.. high end finishes, ig
comer lot. S459 900. 241-5865.
NEPTUNE BEACH, FSBO, "AS IS"
house & 75'x138' lot 501 Oceanwood Dr.
$259.900. 1904)887-7669
3BR 2 1i2BA on navigable wateriront lot
lusi ott ICW. Pool, new dock, many ameni-
nies Open House. Sat & Sun, 1pm- 4pm.
4256 Slacey Cl. Isle 01 Palms.


From this beautiful home in popular
south Jax Beach neighborhood.
3BR/2.5BA, 2000 SF, big bright kitchen, Lori Lareau
large family room, and tiled Florida 904-868-7224
room. REDUCED $399,900 ljlareau@yahoo.com


PVB OCEAN GROVE CONDO.
FSBO 2BR/2BA with garage, new.
$236K. Please call 221-8458.
PVB GRAND CAY CONDO
3BR/2BA many upgrades, tile, stainless
appliances, planlation ,purter$. garageq
/otfie clue house pool and fitness pen,
rer. Asking $289,000 280-5170,
616-5274.
OCEAN'S EDGE. New Construction
1BR/1BA: Easl of AlA. Anficipaled com-
pleltion, 03/06. $309K: Unit A-9:
(904)382-1923.
FLAGLER CROSSING, 2BR/2BA. moti-
vated seller. $299,900 A1A Realty Serv-
ices, Inc. 19041249-8855


JAX BEACH. Newer 2BR/2BA. Many up-
grades. 1200sf 9f1 ceilings wi/fans, wvalk-in
closely, kilcnen appliances, washer/dryer
terrace, Freplace, garage. Secunty sys-
tem. FSBO $225,500. 246-8775.
gX BEACH 2nd SI. FSBO. Small. 553st
$170,000. Serious inquiries only
608-4725.
BEST BUY IN ATLANTIC BEACH
SEAPLACE 1/2 block To ocean. 3BR/2BA,
ground lioor. 1100sf, outside patio. light
and bright, lully furnished and equipped
and ready for your summer at the beach
Pool. laundry room. $389.900 Owner/
Agent. 247-1049


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THE

WAVES!
From this amazing 3 story townhouse, 2
less than 2 blocks to the beach!
3BR/2.5BA, wood floors, huge kitchen,
3 balconies, 2 car garage, AND LoriLareau
oceanviews from the master suite 904-868-7224
balcony. $479,000 ljlareau@yahoo.com




[MErROPOLITAN CONDO]


office: 249-4949

mobile: 333-7873


Soon to be Jax Beach Landmark. 8th floor
residential on SE side of the building.
Amazing views, 12 ft ceilings, rare
opportunity. This is a must see!
Move in April 2006.
$799,900


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REDUCED- NEPTUNE BEACH. FSBO.
Duplex, or single home. 1BR/1BA (each).
East of A1A. $425,000 OBO. 246-8200.
PONTE VEDRA, Sawgrass Players Club,
Bermuda Court. 2BR/2BA, unattached pa-
tio home. $269,900. (904)655-5990.
JAX BEACH, FSBO. 3BR/1.5BA, Short
walk to Ocean. $369,900. 246-0126.

FSBO- The Sanctuary, gated communl-
ty,3BR/2BA, GR floor plan, tile/ wood
thru-out, large kitchen, many upgrades
with in-ground pool, 2151sf, $459,900.
Realtors welcome. MLS#274700. 1463
Blue Heron Lane East. Jax. Beach.
(904)859-5754.
-'* *. -*
NEWER, CUSTOM built, private, ocean.
front home with nign dune views of Ine
ocean and Intracoastal Waier ay. Approx.
4458- si.. 5BR/4 5BA denj office, tile and
hardwood floors, formal living and dining,
pool and spa. screened lanai with hot tub,
lusn landscaping and loaded. $2,750.000
Pnylls Slaines, 904-476-SOLD RE/MAX
Coaslal Real Estale. www pslaines corn
JAX BEACH Duplex FSBO. 2BR/1BA
each. 745 S. 5th St,. greal investment,
$299.000. 591-3348 or 591-0599.
INTRACOASTAL WEST' San Pablo
Creek, 2014 Merced Port, 3BR/2BA, 2 car
garage. hardwood floors, irrigation sys.
lem, quiet cul-de-sac, $239.000,
864-6590.
SECLUDED WOODS neighborhood in de-
sirable Neptune Beach. 2119sf. 412. wood
floors, ceramic lile. Ig in-ground pool,
great curb appeal. $479,900. Keller Wil-
liam Team Generations. 445-8647.
SOUTH JAX BEACH. 2BR/2BA. 2-car ga-
rage. All new interior finishes, 1200s1.
1639 Robens Dr. $284,900. 571-2899.
PONTE VEDRA. 3BRi2BA, beautiful. re-
modeled townhome on lake. End unit
$189.500. 19041424-0660.
ATLANTIC BEACH, Selva Lakes.
2BR/2.5BA Townhome. 2-car garage.
Lakeview lot, hardwood floors, new kach-
en, designer look Walk to Beach & Parks.
$345,000. 514-6640.
3BR FORECLOSURE. only $28,0001 Must
sell For listings. 800-749-8124 ext. 1490
AWESOME BUY IN ATL BCH
3BR/2BA, well maintained arttacned home
in desirable Ail Bch. Lovely backyard,
plenty of storage. 20 mins. to Regency. a
bike nde to Hanna Park, minutes to Won-
derwood Connector Call Josene Reihmel
for your privale showing (904)237-6937,
Magnolia Propenies.


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Unfurnished Homes 132 11* Ave S. JB 3BR/3.5BA, Three story Palms at Marsh Landing JB
Ponte Vedra by the Sea- PV townhouse w/garage, many balconies. $1650/mo. 2BR/2BA, ground floor w/garage.
Q 5BR/3.5BA, fabulous home, 3 cargarage, L'atrium PV 3BR/2BA SFH, porch, screened porch. $1050/mo. .
0 fenced backyard, screened porch. w/jacuzzi, lake view, fireplace, comm. pool, 2BR/2BA, ground floor, tile floors..
5 $2950/mo. garage. $1600/mo. $1100/mo.
The Grove PV 4BR/3BA, home on Inniet Beach PV 2BR/2BA, home on Villas at Marsh Landing-JB '
private lot w/preserve views, hardwood lagoon, screened porch, fresh paint, new tile 2BR/2BA, ground floor, w/garage,,
floors. three car garage. $2700/mo. & carpet, 2 car garage. $1295/mo. screened p6rch and fireplace. $1100/mo.
i Marsh View SPV 4BR/4BA, end unit Furnished Homes Ocean Links PV
% w/elevator. 2800 SF, beach access. Ocean Orande SPV 3BR/3BA. Condo, 2BR/2BAgrbundfloor.$1100/mo.
attached garage. $2200/mo. luxuriously furnished, screened porch, across 2BR/2BA, condo has garage, fireplace,O
.;r Summerfield PV 3BR/2BA, spacious from ocean $nnn/mo.
SSmeild- PV 3BR2BA spacious from ocean. $3000/mo. porch, golf course views. $1200/mo.
home in walking distance to schools & Intracoastal West Grand Cay Villas V
I beach. $2000/mo. / Avanti Kernan IBR/IBA, 2nd floor w/ 2BR/2BA, 2nd floorw/garage. $1100/mo.,
114 18th Ave N JB 3R/3.5A, newer screened porch. $850/mo. 3BR/2BA, 3rd floor, vaulted ceilings, tile
freconies one car garage 2BR/2BA, 2nd floor condo all appliances, floors, upgrades thru-out. $1250/mo. 2
o-aireplace. $1975/mo.
Vilano Walk SPV 4BR/3.5BA, newer great amenities. $945/mo. 922 I" Street S JB 2BR/2BA, ground
Vilano Walk SPV 4BR/3.5BA newer ... ..ex To.chton 2BR/2BA, ground h ac e o SWer
two story, across from ocean, light & Montreu Touchton 2BRBA, ground floor, attached garage, porch, newer
bright, garage.1800/mo floor condo. screened porch on lake, light and building. $1800/mo.
ngt garage. /mo bright.1100/mo.
% 38 (7th Street AB 3BR/2.5BA. bght- $ 1 0 0m
' townhouse, 1/2 block to ocean, quiet UnerishdCods, ,
It" remodeled Summerhouse P V
neighborhood, private patio, remodeled.. .. .. PV
$ h orh pvate pao Newly renovated, new carpet, baths, kitchen, REIMAX COASTAL REALESTATE
$1800/mo., ....
SQuail Point PV 3BR/3BA. Home has tile, fireplace,, walk to shops, great amenities ~ Shannon Smith
screened porch, decks, wood floors, golf 1BR1BA, Villa $875/mo 4)www e85tt c co
course views. $1750/mo .. 2BR/2BA, ground floor. $1050/mo. www.renttebeaces.com

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SOUTH JAX Beach. 2BR/2BA Town-
house. Lovely neighborhood. 416 36th'
Ave. $275,900. (904)613-9896. www.own-
ers.com. IDTMW9867.
BEACHES HOME/ RESORT LIFESTYLE
South Jax Bch luxury beach home, 1-1/2
blocks to ocean, 3BR/2.5BA, 2200sf. Re-
cent renovation includes new family room,
Pool/Spa, summer kitchen, fireplace, A/C
units, roof, windows, stucco, home thea-
tre, appliances, more. MLS#281888
agent's protected, $959K. Call 249-9236:
'ATLANTIC BCH 4/BR, 2-story, near
ocean, pool, $890,000 993-9191.
S. JAX Bch, 1 block to ocean, lakefront
3BR 2.5BA luxury townhome. No HOA.
Hardwood floors, new paint, jacuzzi, vault-
ed ceilings, frplc., Price reduced from
$489K to $475K for immediate sale.
233-4545.
FSBO AS Is House & 80'x115' lot, 5
blocks to beach, 1126 5th Street N.
$299k, 553-7203.
ATLANTIC BEACH. FSBO. 5 Blocks to
Ocean. 3BR.25BA. sunroom, fireplace.
lenced yard,. carport, $365,000.
(904)349-0529
PONTE VEDRA. FSBO. 3BR/2BA,Corian.
countertops, 1250sf. Fireplace, 1-car ga-,
rage. community pool: Walk to Ocean.
$279.000 463-0505.
JAX BCH/ FSBO 3BR/2.5BA. Completely
remoldeled. must see
www forsalebyowner com lisl #20585804
1404 Declaration Dr, $349,000.
(904)563-1516.,
FSBO. 2BR'2BA, Key West style cottage.
1340sf. Lol, 65'x102'. 391 Main St. A B
241-8967 $229.000, as is. OPEN HOUSE
Saturday 3, 18/06, 2-5pim
ICW. HOLIDAY Harbor. FSBO Lg lot.
4BRF 2BA, 2400sf wm in-ground pool. New
CH,A, roof. $324,900. 246-2336 or 463-
7245. .
EAST OF 3rd Duplex. 215 8th Ave North.
$625,000. 241-8269. Zoned C-I.
OPEN HOUSE Saturday. 9am-lpm, Sun-
day 12noon-4pm. 4BR/2BA, 1978sf, wood
floors, stainless appliances, granite kitch-
en counters. Pool. $399.000. 1178 181h
Street Nortn, Jax Beach. 813-2283.
FSBO INTRACOASTAL Waterway, deep
water access, 3BR/2.5BA, 1800sf, 2 car
garage, newly remodeled, 2 boat lifts
(1-covered). $599.000. 463-0505.
ATLANTIC BCH, 6 BLKS TO OCEAN.
3BR 2 1'2BA, 1935s1. Only $494,500.
1904)472-4039
JEWEL OF JAX BEACH
Duplex, greal investment, adorable, in-
come maker. 1/2 block lo ocean.
$509.000 Call 1904)234-5629


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WALK TO


PRIVATE BEACH Access. 2BR/2BA, fur-
nished, 1st floor, fully renovated. Steps to
garage. $242,000. 537-4083.
5 STAR CONDOS IN PVB
COMPLETELY REMODELED,
Ground floor lake view, fireplace near the
pool, 1BR/BA$138,900.
2BR/2BA s(at end unit, fireplace no one
above you, $338,900.
3/2 Townhome, end unit, frplce, $399,000.
Call Kirk Killebrew at 463-1131
for Info for private viewing.
wwW.killebrewrealty.com
PVB, SUMMER House, 2/2. 5-star ameni-
ties, close to beach & TPC, newly renovat-
ed w/ frplc. $190,000. Contact Larry at
887-1959..-
SPECTACULAR OCEANVIEWSI
2BR/1BA. Two balconies. Covered Park-
ing. $369,000. Call (904)881-9901.
VALENCIA CONDO, Jax Beach/ PVB,
new construction, 2BR/2BA, concierge,
spa, pool. San Marco style. See at
www.valenciacondos.com. Asking
$404,900. Call (904)616-7975
OCEANSIDE- SAWGRASS Beach Club
Villa. Newly remodeled. $279,900.
(904)962-6876 (will co-op).
THE PALMS, 2BR/2BA Bungalow, lake-
view, garage, granite countertops, tiled,
Washer/dryer, fireplace. Motivated seller,
$235,000. 472-3726.
05552127PRE-CONSTRUCTION. BEST
Value for Luxury Townhome style con-
dos. 2 blocks from ocean w/views. 1900-
2300sf., lop upgrades $599K+ John Wolf-
ei Real Estate 699-8887 www.beachesin-
vestmentgroup.com
THE PALMS at Marsh Landing 2BR/2BA,
hardwood floors, granite counter tops, and
fully tiled bathrooms, 613-2748.

WATER EVERYWHERE!
INTRACOASTAL*
MIRAVISTA
3BR/3BA, fully furnished or unlumished.
3rd Iloor, overlooks marina & intracoastal.
"The Cortez", 2050sf. $625.000.
60'boal slip $145,000 1.1 1
MARINA SAN PABLO
Phase ,., 3BR, den, 2420sl $775,000.
50 boal slip $215,000
*OCEANFRONT*.
OCEAN 14
1176sf., large 2BR/2BA. fully lumished or
unfurnished 1si floor, walk out to the
beach. $575.000.
LAS BRISAS
2BR/2BA, fully furnished, greal deck, ga-
rage parking Beautliul unit. $605,000.
COSTA VERANO UNIT 103
2BR, Den 1892sl. $980,000.
FOR INFORMATION
CALL 241-0267 OWNER



AUCTION 2BR/1BA, solid condition. Bid-
ding starts at $6800. March 11th, aT 2pm
2934 Calder Dr. Jax (Ponside)
1-(904)819-1760.
VERY NICE 3BR/2BA Singlewide. carport
screened porch. neat yard. Own beaches
living for $19,000; or rent for $825/mo. (lot
fee included) +depos;l. See at Admirals
Walk, lol 69, off Maypon Rd. Then, call
483-1725.
ATLANTIC BEACH. Like new. 3BR/2BA
single. 1215sf. w/carporl, deck, all GE
kitchen, CH&A. washer/dryer, new carpel.
Many upgrades Financing available. Re-
becca, 246-7684.
MH FOR Sale: Great vacation home 3/2,
2002, 5 miles from beach Located ai
Ponside, lot 366. Call. Clay 772-8031 or
Tammy 223-1530.
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JAX BEACH, 2BR/1BA. 2 Blocks o1
OCEAN, CH&A, $850'mo. 405 Souih 2nd
Sireel. 616-28,1
STUDIO APARTMENT. Near Ocean,
very nice Remodeled Wasner Dryer,
$625/mo' 731-8777
ATL BCH. 5 blocks o10 Deach, renovated.
2BR 1BA duplex. WDHU, no pets.
$925/mo Bdep. Avail. 315'06.612 Slurdi-
vanl Sl 610-3838
NORTH JAX Beach Effliciency. $495/mo.
1BR. $595/mo. 2BR, $695/mo. 1 block to
Ocean. Pool No pets. 249-5368
1-1/2 BLOCKS to Ocean, 1st Ave. Soulh,
1BR/1BA $725'mo (904)891-0606,
(352)478-2161.
J. B. 19th Ave. N. 2BR/1BA, 3 blocks to
ocean, $900/mo. Call (904)591-7765.


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WALK TO BEACH. 2BRI1BA. Ground
floor duplex. $950/mo. 249-0325,
Owner/Agent.
NEW COZY 1BR, deck w/ocean view,
CH&A. Water, sewer, garbage included.
Credit check, No pets. $700/mo. 514-8530

WATERFRONT RENTAL 2BR/2BA
Townhouse. $850/mo. 1 mile west of May-
port ferry. 733-5225, 241-RENT.


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529 Sunset Dnne
113 Lake luha Drite North


OCEAN, 2-BLOCKS. 2BR/1BA, $950/mo.
215 8th Ave. North, J.B.No pets.
241-R26.q


Mavponrt 2/2
Ja. Beach i/l
Ponie Vedra 1/1
Ponte Vedra 2/2
Poeni Vedra 2/2
Ponte Vedra 2/2.5
Ponte Vedra 2/1.5
Ponte Vedra/Fairfield 2/2
Ponte Vedra/Fairfield 3/2
Ponte Vedra/Sa .grass CC 3/2
Ponte Vedra/Saagrass CC 2/2
Jax Beach 3/2.5
Ja.\ Beach 3/2
Jax Beach 2/2 "
laJiRiArbrook i' Glen Kcrrian 3/2
Ponte Vedra/TPC 3/2
Ponte Vedra/Sa, grass 3/2
Jax Beach 3/3
South Ponte Vedra 3/3.5 + ofc
Ocean Ca%/Jax Beach 4/2
Ponte Vedra/Fairfield 4/2
Jax Beach/Ocean Cay 3/2.5+lofi
Ja&/lntracoastal 3/2
Ponte Vedra 3/2.5
Ponte Vedri/Saw grass CC 3/3 + loft


$2600 9910 Preston Trail Pome Vedra/Saagrass CC 3/2.5
$2900 1316 Turtle Dunes Ct.. South Pone Vedra 5/4
O .Xv II9,l JI 1s I.I

$1300/wk 529 Quail Point San.grass/Countrn Club 3/3
$1400 Beach Club Villas Sam grass Beach Club Eff.
i 1500/ Ak k;iil S (,,i, Ve.lij SPEi .I RATE i S Ponte Vedra 4/2.5
$1SOi0/,mk The Retreat Ponwe Vedra/Oceanfront 2/2
I16C00!i k 191 12'"Street Adanuc Beach 4/3
52000 Vista Del Mar Ja.\ Beach/Oceanside 3/2
52400/mo 17" Ave North %/pool Ja.\ Beach 3/1.5
S2500/ k 562 Ponte Vedra Blhd. Ponte Vedra 3/1 5
$2500 22 Carnage Lane a/pool Sangrass/Countr Club 2/2
52500/ak 728 Oceanfront Nept. Bch/Oceanfroni 3/2.5
$2600 92 Tiiton Way N. Saa grass Country Club 3/2
$2700/wk 2824 Coastal Hwy Vilano Beach/Oceanfront 6/4
$2700 114 Ba\ Hill Court Ponte Vedra/Fairfield 3/2.5
52900 4160 C.moWl Hwv iSPECIA. RATE I Vilano Beach/Oceanfront 3/2


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THE PALMS, MARSH Landing IBRI/BA, PONTE VEDRA 312. 2 car gar, all appl.
3rd floor w/vlew. $875/mo 472-6254 washer,' dryer close io beach $1250/mo.
.. ;(9041333-8947


BLOCK TO beach .'126 8th Ave. South.
OCEANVIEW FROM EVERY WINDOW. J 2BR/1BA, CH&A, WDHU. References,
2BR/2BA, 2-car garage, washer/dryer. credit check, no pets, $875/mo.
$1850/mo. (561)789-3810. 724-6335.


SUMMER HOUSE. 2BR/2BA, $1050/mo.
1BR/1BA, $950/mo. Pool, clubhouse, gat-
ed, SIGNATURE REALTY. 241-5221. Ext
106.


rPONTE VEDRA Bch" luxurious 2BR/2BA JAX BEACHFRONT 2BR.condo, no lease,
golf to lake view. Brand new with 5star petnegotiable, $1300/mo., 673-1550.
amenities $1150/mo. Jacksonville
Beach: 1.5BR/1BA oceanview $850/mo. ATLANTIC BCH, 2BR townhouse, CH/A,
233-4545. WDHU, no pets, $850/mo, $400/dep..
246-3130.
ATL BCH, 62 OceanBlvd. Newly remod- 46
eled 2/1, CH/A, W/D, 1 block to ocean, ATLANTIC BCH ,walk to shops ahd res-
Beaches Town, Center location, taurants 2 blocks to beach. 2BR/1BA
$1200/mo, first last & $1000/dep. Avail. Townhouse w/fenced yard. Available May
3/1/06 Call 838-6333. 1st. 5975,mo. First, last and security. Call
RicK 891-2345
CUTE IBR/IBA, 1 block to beach, wash.
er/ dryer, no pets. $675/mo. 809 South JAX BEACH, 1.5 blocks to beach. 216 7hn
2nd Street Jax Bch. 610-9771 Ave S 2BR/1BA office, sunroom. Pers
(OK Fencean yard 1200/mo 434-4626.


WANTED. Ponte Vedra area, 2BR/2BA,
up to $925/mo- Signature Realty,
241-5221. ext. 108.
LARGE 1BR. excellent location, 2 blocks
to Ocean, very clean. No pets. $650/mo.
642-1214, 241-1219
JAX BEACH. East of 3rd, hall duplex.
2BR/1BA, free water, pool, parking re-
modeled. Great deal $950+/mo 247-
3191
LARGE EFFICIENCY apartment, excel-
lent location, 2 blocks Irom ocean, very
clean. No pels $550/mo. 642-1214 or
241-1219
ATLANTIC BEACH at Sea Gardens
2BR/3BA, I gueslroom and otfice. Large
deck and ocean patio access Year lease.
premium location. $1450!mo. 2277 Semi-
nole Rd. B. Call Kevin (904)270-2050
MAYPORT LANDING Townhome,
2BR/2BA, CH&A, WDHU, $775/mo, $700
deposit 1157 Songbird Lane. 280-2728
leave message.
JAX BEACH townhouse 187 South 81h
Ave 2 blocks to ocean, 2BR/2 5BA
1500sl, 1-car garage, no pets $1350/mo.
223-9789.


JAX BEACH. 2BR Lower. 7 blocks Ocean.
CH&A, WDHU, $850/mo $500/dep. Mill-
lary/Senior discount No dogs 716 2na
Ave North 708-0731.
ATLANTIC BCH ocean front 3BR/2BA
large condo, all amenities, 219-2481.
JAX BEACH 2BR/IBA Apartment, near
Ocean. Relerences, lease. 222 4th Ave
Soutn. $795/mo 221-4134.
2 BLOCKS OCEAN. 212 10th Ave. N.
1BR $650/mo. 2BR $750/mo Credit
cneck. deposit, no peals.1904)514-8530.
ATLANTIC BEACH.. 2BR/1.5BA town.
house, fenced in bacKyard, W/D
$900imo 1904)806-2516

S. JAX BCH 2 & 3 BR APTS
CH/A, WDHU. East of 1st St. $795-
$1195/mo 4151 Tradewinds, 4 BR water
front $1500/mo 241-7368, 733-3730.
2BR TOWNHOUSE, 5 blocks from ocean.
$675/mo. Call John (904)813-9723.

OCEANFRONT
LUXURIOUS Pelican Point. 2BR/2BA,
available now. 51700-$2600/mo. 3 month
minimum rental. (9041241-7206.


ATLANTIC BCH, 2 years old,. 3BR/2.5BA
Townhome w/garage,, tile/ carpet,
$1150/mo. 962-7766.
MOBILE HOMES. $500 to $550, on pri-
vate lots. Near Mayport Naval Station, no
dogs, 333-5579.

GREAT ARLINGTON Townhome: 2/2,
spacious 1144sf.,' end unit. Neat' tiled
kitchen and stone fireplace in great room
Tile. throughout, large lenced unit
$950/mo.Cal4 Jean @ Magnolia Properties
R.E., (904)472-3614. '1
JAX BEACH. East of 3rd 2BR,1BA up-
stairs apanmeni w'deck washer/dryer,
CH&A $1120'mo. 821-9751 or 803-3099
NEPTUNE BEACH. 3 blocks Ocean
2BR/2.5BA. 3 Iloois, 1200s1. fireplace,
dishwasher. WDHU. deck, parking.
$975/mo + 241-6068.

NEWLY RENOVATED Tri-Plex. 321 10th
St. South. 2BR, CH&A. 5850/mo. 1BR
$650/mo. Credit check, no pets, 12
month lease. 514-8530.
NEPTUNE BEACH, 2BR/2BA. garage.
East of 3rd Street WDHU. CH&A. dish-
washer. $1200'mo deposit. No dogs.
463-0222. 465-2653
JAX BEACH Premium Oceanview.
Renovated Hardwood floors, Disn-
washer. CH&A. Studios $650'mo
1BR/1BA, $750'mo, $850.'mo, $1000'mo.
1904)859-1301. 553-1354
2BR/1BA TOWNHOUSE, 306 Aquatic Dr..
AB Tiled Inru-out, all new appliances,
screened porch. $800/mo. -$800/dep.
(904)249-3268.
3/2 BRAND new townhome w/ garage.
1500sf. Off Kernan & Atlantic. $1400/mo
neg. (954)531-8108.

A PLUS QUALITY
NEPTUNE BEACH
3 Spacious Bedrooms. 2.5BA, townhome
w/garage. Sparkling clean and new inside.
Nice yard community pool, fireplace.
Short term possible. Avail 4 '1/06. Ask lor
derails $1375!mo t9041280-2805.
BEACHES. PALMS At Marsh Landing
3BR/2BA. all new, hardwood & tlle. Up-
graded kitchen, fireplace. washerdryer in-
cluded. $1200,mo dep Call 759-3140
to view

GRAND CAY
Lovely 3BR/2BA Condo, overlooking park.
French doors stainless appliances, wash-
er/dryer, Plantation shutters fireplace
$1375/mo Available March 1st. 280-5170.
616-5274.
NEPTUNE BEACH Townhouse.
2BRi/.5BA Large back yard $1100/mo
Contact 1904)699-4250.
ATLANTIC BEACH bright efficiency
across trom ocean on Beach Ave. Availa-
ble April 1st. Nonsmoking. no dogs. First,
lasi, and security, $725/mo. 247-4527.


GORGEOUS ATLANTIC Blvdi Girvin
area, 312, 1438sf., lakefront home! Split
bedroom plan, eat-in-kitchen, vaulted ceil-
ings and carpeted throughout. 2 car ga-
rage and beautiful lake view location.
$1200/mo. Call Jean @ Magnolia Proper-
ties R.E., (904)472-3614..
2BR/1.5BA TOWNHOUSE, ceramic tile
floors, CH&A, laundry room, patio, lenced
yard, 1 yr. lease, no pets, $950 deposit,
$900/mo. 2104 Bay Rd. Neplune Bch.,
993-1114 or 270-1284.
OCEAN VIEWS 2BR/1BA, 2 car garage,
WDHU. 111 Palm Place Neplune Benc
2476724.
PONTE VEDRA L'Atrum, 2BR,2BA. fire-
place.12 car garage lawn service. Fenced
yad. NQa]'allbie;"$f190'mo.'642-35i7'
PVB SAWGRASS Country Club, INonn.
gate) 2BR/2BA den & 2 car garage, wa-
ter to golf view $1850/mo (904)514-7150.
SOUTHSIDE- 3BR/1.5BA, CH&A. carport,
large lenced yard. screened patio.
591-3056.
PVB SAWGRASS INonhgale) PRICE RE-
DUCED $1800/mo 3BR/2BA +LR/ DR/
FR, ea-in-kitchen, fireplace, WDHU,
screened patio, 2 car garage. Includes
yard & pesi and all association lees. 904-
249-3213.
PONTE VEDRA 3BR/2BA. w/greal room
& garage. Large lenced backyard, patio.
On cull-de-sac. Newly renovated.
$1350/mo. 759-0757.
HODGES AREA- 3BRR2BA, $1250/mo.
13031 Bentwater Dr Includes security
system & lawn service Wolf Creek 3727
Windmaker Way. 31BR,2.5BA, many up-
grades, new home $1250/mo. Realty Ex-
ecutives, 273-3939, 610-6460
BEACHES
ATLANTIC BEACH
Deerlield Lakes 2/2 condo. Avail. 3110,
$675/mo.
JACKSONVILLE BEACH
The Palms. 2/2 condo, approx 1200st,
beautiful, great amenities, avail now
$1125/mo.

Jardin De Mere, 3,'2 condo detached ga-
rage, 4mos old. $1400/mo.
PONTE VEDRA
Summerhouse 2/2 condo, gated comm
lots ol amenities. Avail, now $995/mo.
ICW
WINDSOR CHASE
Lg 4/2, 2 car gar., comm. pool. near
schools, $1395/mo.
KENSINGTON LAKES
2/2.5 condo, Ireshly painted, screened pa-
tio, clean, gated. Available now, $995/mo
incl. water, sewer & basic cable.
SOUTHSIDE
SUTTON LAKES
4/2. over 2000sf, available 3/15,
$1495/mo.
EL VILLAGIO
Brand new. beautiful 3/2 near Touchlon
Rd. Avail. now. $1395'mo.
IRONWOOD
Executive home, brand new, 2600st,
4/2.5, gated comm., $2000'mo
DRAYTON PARK
2/2 Townhome., 1800s. avail now
$1150/mo.
MANDARIN
Lg 3/2, 2 car garage, over 2300sl.
$1300/mo.
ARLINGTON
MERRILL PINES
(2) Brand new 3/2 condos. 1100sf Stan-
ing at $875/mo.
NORTH JACKSONVILLE
DAYBREAK WOODS (Pulaski area)
Brand new 3/2, 2 car garage, avail. now,
$1195/mo..
EAGLES HAMMOCK
4BR/2BA, 2 car garage. 2300sl,
51350tmo
HOME FINDER REALTY
241-5501 OR 221-1711.

JAX BCH, 3BR/2BA In Riplltide. All applian-
ces. Fenced Pets OK. $1600/mo. +dep.
Available April 226-1250
JAX BCH 2BR/1.5BA TH, EIK WDHU,
fenced back yard TDO Mgt Services
246-1125.


NEPTUNE BCH E. OF 3RD ST.
2BR/2BA home, 217 Hopkins St., patio,
carport. $1175/mo. +$600/sec. Includes
lawn service. Broker/ Owner, 249-8766.
Call any day.
SUTTON LAKES, 4/2, 1930sf., open floor
.plan, LR, DR, EIK, split BR w/lg. closets,
WDHU, $1395/mo. TDO Management
Services, 246-1125.
AB, 4BR/2.5BA, 1800sf. Beautiful home,
fenced yard, 2 car garage,. $1295/mo,
1904)382-1023.
JAX BEACH, Near Ocean. 3BR/1BA
Lease references required. 218 4th Ave.
South. $1100/mo. (904)221-4134.
JAX BEACH 5 Blocks to Ocean.
3BR/1BA, CH&A Cred.I check No pets
610 Palncia Lane $975/mo. 514-8530
NEPTUNE BCH. 3BR'2BA. large yard. car
port, walk to beach, $1400.'mo 285-2952
JAX BEACH North. Clean 3BR/2BA.
2-car garage. lenced yard, carpel,. ceramic
tile Holly Drive Quiet neighborhood.
$1250fmo.* deposit. 614-5278
PVB, L'ATRIUM Walerfronl., 2BR/2BA
garage, pool tennis. $1250/mo includes
lawn service 247-1849.
ATLANTIC BEACH- Cypress Cove.
3BR/2BA wilh garage on quiet cul-de-sac
Like new interior, pels considered, non-
smoking. $1075/mo, available immediately
710.2011.
3BR 2BA 1-slory house, 1850sf. w/ 2BR
1BA garage unit. CH/A, WDHU. blinds.
carpet, Ig Floiida room, carpon, ig yard.
$20001mo. $1000,'aep 347 3rd St All
Bcn 241-2624.
ATLANTIC BEACH. 330 First SI. Newly
Remodeled 4BR/3BA 2-blocks to Ocean
& Town Cenler. $1750/mo. 249-0767.
318-0044.
SELVA LINKSIDE- 3BR/2BA. all hard-
wood floors, large back yard, $1500tmo.,
no smoking, no pels. 372-0742.
ATLANTIC BEACH. 3BR/2BA. Healed
SoOl, washer/dryer Walk to Beach or
own Cenler. $1600/mo. 241-1886.


NEPTUNE BEACH 2BRi2 5BA Town
home, fireplace. lenced yard. garage,
WDHU. community pool. $1200/mo,
571-5517.
PALMS AT Marsh Landing- Two
2BR/2BA available: First iloor. maish
view. Beautiful upgrades incl. granile,
hardwoods. garage $1250/mo. 3rd floor,
lake view, fireplace, vaulted ceiling ga-
rage. $1200/mo. Call 904-613-7605. TMI
Real Estate Group. LLC.
KERNAN BLVD. 3/2 condo, LR/DR com-
Do, b'fast bar, open Iloor plan. garage.
$1200/mo. TDO Management Services.
246-1125
PVB -SUMMERHOUSE. Early Move-,n-
Berter Deal. 2BR/2BA comer unit, 2nd
floor TH on the tennis coun. Avail now
$1195,'mo Janet 285-4444.
S'SIDE, 2,2, LR/DR, D'bar, cpl. place.
WDHU, Dalcony, porch, pool. witness
room. $875/mo. TDO Mgt Services.
246-1125
THE PALMS. 1BR/1BA. Resort amenities.
Sell or lease. $149,500, $875imo.
434-3456.
PVB FAIRFIELD. 2BR/2BA, garage. Man.
ned community gale, pool, tennis.
$1100/mo 614-4609 or 285-2267
PVB -THE Colony Walk to beach, owner
motivated, 2BR/2BA, 2nd Iloor. high ceil-
ings, new carpet, W/D +tp., garage. Avail.
immed $1195/mo Janet 285-4444/
PONTE VEDRA. Walk To Beach. Furnish-
ed 1BR/1BA, waler-to-gol view. pool,
tennis. $1250/mo. includes utilities
608-0962.
JAX BEACH. 2BFR.,1 5BA, new fIle,' camel
& paint, wast'he! dryer, lenced
palio 2- blocks to beach .$1225/mo
(2 units available. (760)445 4789.
PVB. 2BR/2BA, w/lireplace. new applian-
caes, washer/dryer, many amenities
$950/mo. 472-0914.
VILLAS, MARSH Landing, PVB.
2BR/2BA, beautifully furnished. $1800/mo
fYearly, $1300/mo) Unfurnished, yearly
$1250/mo. 887-5005
BRAND NEW CONDO
2BR/2.5BA Luxury Townnouse. Gated.
concierge, resort pool & fitness; II Villagio
located 2 miles from Town Center Mall.
$1190/mo. 635-8650, 923-0277.
PVB. 3BR/2BA. New appliances including
washeridryer. Beach access. New lile.
carpet. Pets OK Handicapped accessible
S$ 500/mo. 813-0304.
THE VILLAS. 2BR/2BA, garage, porch.
ground floor, pool. etc. 11050/mo.
WITH 1YR LEASE, LAST MONTH FREE.
233-3545
PVB -SUMMERHOUSE. 2BR, Corner
units, golf view/ lake, all amenities. Every-
thing new. $1145/mo. Janet 285-4444
PVB OCEAN GROVE SPECIAL
2BR/2BA. $1050/mo, 3BR/2BA
$1300/mo. Beautiful. vaulted ceilings,
newly renovated, many amenities. Availa-
ble now. 4 garages available $75 and up.
Realty Executives, 273-3939 610-6460.
BOATER'S DREAM, 2BR/2.5BA, water
front townhouse at the Moorings. Jax Bch
Newly renovalednew appliances, washer/
dryer. $1600/mo. Includes 50 ft boatslip
Call (904)424-6572. .
JAX BEACH THE 'PALMS, 2BR/2BA,
Marshvlew. $1195/mo. 434-3456.
PONTE VEDRA Summer House. New
2BR/2BA. 5 Star amenities. Near Saw-
grass & A+ Schools. $1100/mo + deposit.
755-4038.
THE PALMS 1BR/1BA, near tennis and
pool, garage, $950/mo 803-2806.
2BR 2BA, Bartram Park, new appliances
w/ WID, resort style, $1100/mo. 333-1834.
PVB- GRAND Cay. 2BR/2BA,
Washer/dryer. Gated, gym. pool.
$1050/mo. 285-9324
PVB -MARSH COVE. A peidect
2BR/2.5BA TH. Clean, new, 1200st.
51185imo Janet 285-4444

OCEAN GRANDE
Penthouse with Marsh/ ICW views. 3/3 w/
may upgrades, all appliances, scr. lanai w/
summer kitchen. Single car garage
$2250/mo Serenara Membership avail.
Call Marina Riggio. Olde Carriage Realty.
501-1917; 824-0040 office.
BRAND NEW Wollcreek Condo 3/2.
1394sl. Gourmet kitchen, great master
suite with walk-in-closets. Fitness center
and pool onsite. $1350/mo. Call Jean @
Magnolia Properties R.E (904)472-3614.


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OCEAN FRONT IOcean 14) beauidlully FREE: FRIENDLY cpts adults/ young
renovated, furnished. 3BR'2BA wisiorage adults to good home. 246-4680 Iv mes-
unai $2495/mo (9041571-3877.. sage


PVB 2BR/2BA newly remodeled, live
siar goltcourse, lireplace $1095/mo.
864-2440
PVB 2BR 2.5BA townhome, lakelroni,
pool, tennis couns. $1200/mo. 707-4847.



OCEANFRONT CONDOS & Beach
homes. Weekly/monlhly. Visit us al:
laxbeachrenlal.com or 535-3911 or
535 3828.
IDESTIN FLORIDA Direcily on the waler.
Inew oulique rhoel Haroor Beach, pool .
steps to rlness restaurants. Minutes to
Gull, golf. shopping. Introduciory rate.
www ,nnondestinharoor.com (800)874-
0470.
S JAX Bch. 2BR, fully fumished, ocean-
Iront condo. Monthly/ Weekly. 241-0267.
wvw rentlacksonvillebeach corn
ATL BCH 3BR house, beautifully furnish-
ed, walk to ocean, $1850/mo. 993-3226.

. OCEANFRONT RENTAL
4BR/4BA, weekly, monthly, yearly. Call
904-249-8269.
OCEANVIEW CONDO in Jax Beach.
$400 week. 1BR/1 5BA wllh pool. 904-
247-8916.


BEAUTIFUL OCEANFRONT condo to
share. pnvate BR/BA, parking, pool,
$800/mo 1/2 utilities No Lease.
247-8338
MASTER BR own bain, kitchen facilities,
$500/mo F & L 534-3336
EXCLUSIVE MIRAVISTA- Atlantic Blvd @
the Intracoastal Waterway, 3/4BR, 3.5BA.
approx. 2700sf Resort style living, live
among milhionairesI Looking for 2 room-
mates. 1 @ $800/mo. & 950sf. masler
suie @ $1000/mo Includes all utilities,
cable, pool, spa, health club, Manna Walk,
gated community w/waiter. marsh and
marina views Availaole May. '06. 40' boat
slip also available. Call now 463-2845.

ROOM IN 4BR house. Fireplace, nice
pool, nice neighborhood. $140/wk in-
cludes utilities & cable Call 568-8700.
PRIVATE ROOM & Bath, .1 block to
Ocean $500/mo -1/2 utilities. $500/de-
posit. Call (9041860-9240.



MAYPORT AREAj (off of Assisi), fumish-
ed, deposit, ref's. $115/week, 372-4265.


JAX BEACH. 1000si Including kitchen
$1000/mo lax and CAM 608-6426.

JAX BEACH
Professional office space, approximately
1000sl, second Iloor, includes conference
room, break room & bath. Available now.
$1495/mo. NNN. 247-5166.
JAX BEACH Office Suite. 13th Ave.
South, across from Baptist Hospital. Ap-
proximately 1550st, build-out complete,
wired for phone/an. $16 95sl+ tax, depos-
it. (904)241-9944, ext. 104.
OFFICE SPACE for lease in prime Jax
Beach location. Approximately 3000si, call
241-8300 for appt
RENTALS. OFFICE in Neplune Bch, ap-
prox. 3400st. Also Warehouse & Office
approx 2800st. Terry McCue R.E.. Inc
249-7211


PET SITTING, in your home. Dog walking.
Responsible, mature. Call Kitty. 874-6062.


BLACK LAB pup, male, $300. 534-3336
AMERICAN PIT Bull pups.. 1 white female
brindle$200. (904)534-3336.
GOLDEN RETRIEVER Male. lyr, trained,
healthy. friendly, loving. $200. 247-3149.


HOMELESS PETS for adoption- Cats 8
dogs. 246-3600.
FOUND NEAR A1A & Margaret St..
fnendly, black, female dog w/collar Con-
tact Neptune Beach Police Dept to claim
(904)270-2413.
FOUND MINI-DOBERMANS, (2). Ponte
Vedra Beach area. Call to identity.
280-2899.


HUNT ELK, Red Stag, Whitetail, Buffalo,
Wild Boar. Our season: now 3/31/06.
Guaranteed license, $5 trophy in two
days. No-Game/ No-Pay policy. Days
(314)209-9800: evenings 1314)293-0610


CRUISE- 7 NIGHTS, Eastem Canbbean..
Brand new ship sailing r/M from Ft. Lauder-
dale November 2006 March 2007. From
$499 (port taxes included) with Free Bust
(800)741-1770. www.allaboardtravel.com.


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


DIVORCE $275-$350. Covers children,
etc Only one signature required Excludes
govt. fees Call weekdays (800)462-2000
ext.600. (8am-7pm) Alta Divorce, LLC.
Established 1977.
ARRESTED? ALL criminal defense lelon.
les, misdemeanors, state or federal charg-
es, parole, probation, DUI, traffic tickets.
Bond reduction. Private attomeys state-
wide, 24 hours. A-A-A Attomey Referral
Service (800)733-5342..
DIVORCE AMERICAN STYLE Uncon-
tested divorce papers. Without Kids (while
you wait) With kids (a little longer) Since
1981/ by appt. only (904)641-2187.


OFFICE/ RETAIL Jax Beach, 400st or
800sl, 3rd Streel frontage. 246-0576


JAX BEACH 2000st Storefront, will di-
vide,. $3000/mo + $700 CAM. 1433/1439
South 3rd St. (A1A) 708-0731.


NEPTUNE BEACH. LARGE HOUSE 3-4
Bedrooms. 30ft to Ocean. Partially fur-
nished. no dogs. $2300/mo. water includ-
ed. (904)249-3419. (904)463-0222.


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The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader


March 8, 2006


the following proposed land development ing spa
code text amendments: In this
C' Clerk's
Ord. No. 2006-7915 Amendment to the day of t
text of Land Development Code (LDC)
Article VI, Development Review Proce- BL 3/8/I
dures, to add a new section, Section 34-
160: Traffic Impact Studies, and to.incor-
porate the requirement for said traffic Im-
pact studies into the review procedures for NOTIQI
comprehensive plan amendments, zoning UNDICE
atlas and code amendments, and condi- UNDEF
tional i uses and development plans for BEACIRST
ma- : .r FRBLVD.
jor developments. (PC 04-06) AND 1
Ord. No. 2006-7916 Amendment to the STREE
text of Land Development Code (LDC) RCL
Article VI; Division 4. Conditional Uses, MARC-
to modify Section 34-233, to allow transfer LANTIC
of. ownership or assignability of an individ- ON MF
ual conditional use dwelling unit (PC 05- SPRINS
PLEAS
0 THE A
Ord. No. 2006-7917 Amendment to the TRAFF
text of Land Development Code (LDC) THESE
Article VII, Zoning Districts, Section 34- GENC'Y
340 e)(4)f, to change ihe maximum build- LOADII
ing height lor lowr.house dwellings in RM- ABOVE
2 zoning dishicis to 35'. as a result of the 3/8/06
approval of an amendment to Section 52
Zoning Auinoriry of me Jacksonville Beach
City Charter. (PC 06-061 IN
Ord. No. 2006-7918 Amendment to the
text of Land Development Code (LDC)
Article VIII, Division 2. Supplemental IN RE:
Standards, Section 34-407(4y Oultdoor JACOU
RestauranIs and Bars. to modiry the loca- A/KIA J
tional standards lor outdoor restaurants
and bars relative to residential and lodging Dece
uses IPC 07-06) FILE N
Ord. No. 2006-7919 Amendment to the
text of the Land Development Code DIVISIC
(LDC) Article VIII, Division 3. Site Clear-
ing and Landscape Standards, Section
34-424. Site clearing and tree protection
standards, to add certain species of trees The
exempted Irom obtlainig a tree removal quelyn
permit (PC 08-06) Kirklanc
was Ju
Ord. No. 2006-7920 Amendment to the curity r,
text of the Land Development Code in the C
(LDC) Article IV, Definitions, and Article da, Prol
VIII, Division 4. Signs to add a delmilton is 330 E
lort 'ground mounted monument signs", to ville. FL
repeal provisions for allowing pole mount- es ot It
ed ground signs. and to establish stand- person
yards lor ground-mounted monument forth be
signs IPC 09-06~
Ord. No. 2006-7921 Amendment to the persons
text of the Land Development Code against
(LDC) Article VIII, Division 4. Signs, to copy ol
add a new section. Section 34-451. must ill
Sever- IN THE
ability. to allow Me severing ol any phrase TER Tt
or section ol the code from Ihe balance ol CATION
LDC sign standards, in Ine event it was 'AFTER
lound to be unconstitutional. IPC 10-061 COPY I
SThe above referenced applications are All (
available lor review in the ohice ob the olner p
Planning and Development Depanment, against
City Hall, 11 Normn 3rd Street, during nor- their c
mal business hours IM-F, 8-51. Interested THREE
parties may appear and be heard at the THE FI
public hearing with respect to the above TICE
applications
;ALL
NOTICE TIME F
TION 7
It a person decides TO appeal any decision BATE
by ine Planning Commission with respect RED.
10 any matter considered al any meeting, NO0
such person may need a record of the RIODS
proceedings, and. for such purpose, such FILED
person may need to0 ensure that a verba- TERAT
lim record 01 the proceedings is made, DEATH
which record includes ithe testimony and The d
evidence upon which inthe appeal is to be The dal
based. lice Is
The public is encouraged to speak on is-
sues on Inis Agenda that concern them Attorne
Anyone who wishes to speak should sub- .
mit the request to Ihe recording secretary Iis/C.H'
prior to the beginning oI the meeting. Fora
'n accordance with the Americans with Petes
Disabilities Act and Section 286.26, Flori- 2317 N.
da Slatuies. persons with disabilities Melbou
needing special accommodation to parici- Telephc
S pate in iis meeting should conac t trie
Planning and Development Department Personl
no later than 5 00 p m on Ine day preced. Joh
S ing Ine meeting. /''John
.. .. 8927.81
I L3 8~06' .. -' J : ackson
PUBLIC NOTICE BL 3/1,:
CITY OF JACKSONVILLE
BEACH
SECOND AND FINAL READING OF AMERII
ORDINANCE NO. 2006-7911 your dl
CDL A
"-AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAP- mentl
TER 5, "ANIMALS AND FOWL", ARTI- (888)8C
CLE II, DIVISION 1, OF THE CODE OF demy.ci
ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF JACK- MATH
SONVILLE BEACH. FLORIDA, BY RE- Math T
SCINDING SECTION 5-23. "DEFINI- 249-221
TIONS." AND SUBSTITUTING A NEW
SECTION 5-23,. "DEFINITIONS,"; BY EARN I
RESCINDING SECTION 5-24, "DAN- cal B
GEROUS DOGS," AND SUBSTITUTING Crinmna
A NEW SECTION 5-24 "DANGEROUS er pro
DOGS."; AND BY AMENDING SECTION (866)8.
5-24.1. "ATTACK OR BITE BY DAN- wwwor
GEROUS DOG." SUBSECTION 5- IF YOU
24.1(2): PROVIDING FOR THE REPEAL this cat
OF ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT emair
HEREWITH; PROVIDING FOR CODIFI-
CATION, AND PROVIDING FOR AN EF- TUTOR
S FECTIVE DATE." Ics. SI
Drew al
SECOND AND FINAL READING OF
ORDINANCE NO. 2006-7913


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cial accommodation to participate-
meeting should contact the City
Office no later than 5:00 P. M. the
he meeting.
06 '


PUBLIC NOTICE


E OF PUBLIC STREET CLOSING
R THE. CITY OF JACKSONVILLE
I'S SPECIAL EVENTS .PERMITS,
STREET BETWEEN BEACH
AND SECOND AVENUE NORTH'
ST AVENUE NORTH FROM 2ND
T TO 1ST STREET NORTH WILL
OSED TO LOCAL TRAFFIC ON
H 18. 2005 FOR THE GREAT AT-
;SEAFOOD & MUSIC FESTIVAL,
ARCH 31. APRIL 1, 2. 2006 FOR
3ING THE BLUES FESTIVAL
E BE ADVISED THAT DURING
BOVE APPROVED DATES, NO
IC WILL BE ALLOWED ON
STREETS UNLESS FOR EMER-
Y USE OR LOADING OR UN-
NG OF ITEMS NEEDED FOR THE
E MENTIONED EVENTS.


I THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DUVAL COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
ESTATE OF
ELYN R KIRKLAND
ACQUELYN R. KIRKLAND
-ased
O. 16.2006-CP-000288-XXXX-MA
)N: Probate
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
administration ol the estate ot Jac-
Rose Kirkland a/K/a Jacquelyn R.
d, deceased, whose date of death
ne 8.2005, and whose Social Se-
lumber is 262-40-0349, is pending
Circuit Court for Duval County, Flon-
bate Division, ihe address ol which
E. Bay Street, Room 101, Jackson-
L 32202. The names and address-
ie personal representative and the
al representative's attorney are set
low.
creditors o the decedent and other
s having claims or demands
decedent's estate on whom a
Ihis notice is required to be served
e their claims with this count WITH-
LATER OF THREE MONTHS AF-
H-E TIME OF THE FIRST PIBLI-
N OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM
other creditors ol Ihe decedent and
ersons having claims or demands
the decedenrt's estate must file
claims with this Court WITHIN
'MONTHS AFTER THE DATE QF
RST PUBLICATION OF THIS NO-

CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE
PERIODS SET FORTH IN SEC-
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PRO-
CODE WILL BE FOREVER BAR-
)TWITHSTANDING THE TIME PE-
SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AF-
THE DECEDENTS DATE OF
IS BARRED
;e ol Ine first puolicarion of this No-
vlarch 1,2006
y for Personal Representative
Pelerson, III
Bar No. 263834
on & Pelterson, P.A
. Wickham Rd
rne, Florida 32935
ne (321)259-1601
al Representative
n Richard Kirkland
m Avenue.u-..: ,- -. -!.- .iJ'; % .'
nilile Florida,32 0.,, .3..0 ,,
3/8/06



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vng career' Offering courses in
& B. One tuition feel Many pay-
optionsl No registration feel
18-5947 inlo@amencasdnvingaca-
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TPC GOLF TOURNAMENT
March 20-26. Now r ring BARTENDERS,
SERVERS, COCKTAIL SERVERS, BAN-
OUET STAFF,AR BACKS, CULINARY
STAFF, NIGHT STOCK, DISHWASH-
ERS, CASHIERS Shifts vary from 7am-
7pm. Requires Monday-Sunday or Thrurs-
day Sunday commiimeni FoodStalf ol
Jacksonville. 8550086


TUTOR. Cenitled, experienced CUSTOM PAINTERS needed Must be
teacher will tulor K-12 evenings, experienced & dependable. Transporna-,
93. lion a must (904)568.-0990, 1904)465-
- .. .. 4172.


UHDEGREEH online from nome. Medi-
usiness. Paralegal,. Computers.
ai Jusuce Job placement. Compul-
vided Financial aid if quality.
18-2121
nlinel'dewalertech.com


UPSCALE SALON *r
Located in Ponle Veadra Beach seeks
Srylist for busy Salon Great opponunity to
build clientele. Call 994.7408 or 626-9303
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are interested in advertising under
egory please call 904-249-9033 or A/C AND Heating company needs Instal-
cliassifiedO'aeachesleader.com lets., Service Techs and Helpers. Call Rob
509-3062


IING: ALGEBRA, Calculus, Phys-
atistics, Geometry. $30/hr. Call
1686-4791

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"AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND THE .. ., ..
CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY CUSTODIAN &
OF JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FLORIDA. BATHROOM TECHS
AMENDING CHAPTER 18 "NOISE",
SUBSECTION 18-3(h), "OUTSIDE Energetic. flexible/ multi-lask person.
SOUND AMPLIFICATION PERMITS" BY Transponanon with valid FL driver's Ii-
REINSERTING PARAGRAPHS 1,2,3,5.6. cense a must. Hours. 6pm-10:30pm or lat-
AND 7, REPEALING ORDINANCES IN er Call Wanda or Debbie after 2pm.
CONFLICT HEREWITH. PROVIDING AN 285-3400 x3352.
EFFECTIVE DATE.". KFNNFI ASSRITANJT nieded for hibus


SECOND AND FINAL READING OF
ORDINANCE NO. 2006-7914
"AN ORDINANCE ENACTED PUR-
SUANT TO SECTION 100.3605(2),
FLORIDA STATUTES, CHANGING THE
QUALIFYING PERIOD FOR NOMINA-
TION OF CANDIDATES FOR THE GOV-
ERNING BODY OF THE CITY OF JACK-
SONVILLE BEACH, FLORIDA, AND ES-
TABLISHING AN EFFECTIVE DATE."
March 20 2006 7.00 P.M
COPIES OF THE PROPOSED ORDI-
S NANCES ARE ON FILE FOR PUBLIC
EXAMINATION IN THE OFFICE OF THE
S CITY CLERK OF JACKSONVILLE
BEACH INTERESTED PARTIES MAY
APPEAR AT THE MEETING AND BE
.. HEARD
II a person decides to appeal any decision
made ov the City Council wtln respect to
S any mater considered at any meeting or
nearing, such person may need a record
of the proceedings. anda. for such purpose.
such person may need 10 ensure a verba.
tim record ol lhe proceedings is made.
which record includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal is to be
: based
ist Heidi Reagan
City ClerK
BL 3/8.06
PUBLIC NOTICE
CITY OF NEPTUNE BEACH
Notice is nereby given tnal the Planning
Sand Development Review Board lor Ine
City ol Neptune Beach will hold a monlnly
meeting on Tuesday March 21. 2006 at
7 00 0I m in the Council Chambers, 116
First Street, Neptune Beach. Florida. The
following is the on ihe agenda:
Board to discuss Traffic Calm Study
II person decides to appeal any decision
made by the Board with respect to any
manner considered at such meeting or
hearing tne person will need a record ol
the proceedings and for sucn purpose
may need to ensure that a verbatim record
of the proceedings is made. which record
includes Ihe testimony and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be based.
In accordance with the Americans With
Disabilities Act and Section 286.26, Flor,-
da Statute. persons with disabilities need-


veterinary clinic, competitive wages. PFrev-
ous kennel experience required. Apply in
person Beaches Animal Clinic. 937
Beach Blvd., Jax Beach. 246-2045.
BOUNCER NEEDED at the beach.
Thurs., Fri.. Sal nignls. Call 514-2507.
DEPENDABLE. EXPERIENCED salesper-
son 10 work al furniture consignment sore
10-6pm, 2-3 days per week: 241-5558.
DOGGIE DAY-CARE 'seeks exp.
Dog Lover. Approx. 30his./wk Call
270.8411

LIFE GUARDS
Neptune Beach Public Saleary Department
is accepting applications or Lifeguards.
Must be 16 yoa or older, must pass Drug
Screening lest and Pre-employment Phys-
ical Agility Test First Responder or Multi-
Media First Aid a plus. Apply at: Neptune
Beach Public Safety Dept. 200 Lemon
Street, Neptune Beach. Mon -Fri.. 9am-
5pm NO PHONE CALLS. Deadline: April
5.2006. AA'EEOC
EXPERIENCED CLEANING person need-
ed for small cleaning business Must have
good cleaning skills & own Iransportation
Leave message, 247-0326.
OFFICE ASSISTANT needed with friend-
ly professional phone voice. Flexible
hours and knowledge ol ACT, Excel, and
Word helpful. Call'285-5855.

FLOOR TECHS
Experienced only. Must have reliable
transportation. 3 days per week and
some Saturdays. Call Debbie after 2pm.
285-3400 x3352 Iv msg.
P/T BOOK Seller 15.20 hrs. per week in-
cluding some evenings and weekends
Need someone who loves to read and
snare Inis love w/others. Must nave com-
puter skills, be customer service onented,
and able to multi-lask Contact Rona at
The BOOKMARK in Atlantic Bch
241-9026.
ORGANIZE HOUSE, personal objects,
sewing, 2 real's. 285-0140 after 11am.
PART TIME evening Commercial Clean-
ing at the beach $8/hr, weekends extra
pay. Prolessional' drug- free workplace.
usi posss Identlllcatlon, Social Securi-
.y card & Relerences. (904)484-6625 or
fax (904)825-0619. .
PERSONAL TRAINERS needed for PV
business. We will certify, but applicant
must have knowledge oI cardio & muscu-
lar exercise. Great growth opportunity with
largest P T. organization in tne world.
285-3236. www.ftponlevedra.com


CARPENTERS & Helpers Wanted.
Beaches area. Transponalion & phone a
must. 535-7356.
SERVERS, LINE Cook, Disnwasners..
Fine Dining. JJ's Bistro Ponle Veora.
273-7980 Gate Parkway, 996-7557.
CASHIERS NEEDED, FT/PT, Proctor Ace
Hardware & Garden Cenler. 580 Allantic
Blvd., Nepiune'Beach. Apply in person.
MEDICAL PERSONNEL needed M A,
tront-ofice, medical records. Billers. Tran-
scriptlonlsts, Family Pracrice, OBGYN,
and Dermatology experience prelerred,
Fax resume 636-0066.
ACCOUNTING ASSISTANT. For 27yr. old
pool construction company. Multiaccouni-
ing function position inclusive ot AR, AP,
GL, Collections and Job Costs. Human
REsource skills helplul Must have strong
Excel and organizational skills. 2-5yrs. ex-
penance required. Great benefits including
401(K). Fax resume to Suriside Pools at
904-249-8801 or email to0
julie@surisidepools.nel
OFFICE ASSISTANT. Prefer Real Estate
license wisome accounting background
Must work weekends. Email resume & sal-
ary requirements to: monque031313rnet-
scape.neTor lax 19041249-2841
EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT Ponle Vedra
based family office seeks highly motival-
ed, energetic individual to loin its team ol
professionals. Candidate musl possess
superior skills in MS Excel, Word, Access
and Outlook. must be prolicient in navi-
gating Ihe Internet Only well-spoken can.
didates with pleasant disposition will be
considered Ior this excellent position. For
further information regarding the Firm,
please visit www.sprnng-bay com or
www.sontagloundaton corn. Send Re-
sumes to cgregory@spring.-aycom
FULL TIME Worker needed ior new excil-
ing field of Shoreline Restoration Neptune
& Ponte Vedra areas. For the nexi 6
months. Possible extended employmenI
available Good pay t772)713-6823
SELVA MARINA COUNTRY CLUB seek-
ing Servers, Beverage Cart Attendant,
and Dishwashers, Line Cook. DFWP,
FT\PT available. Mustl e outgoing and
dependable. Phone 904.246.4827. email.
accounting@selvamarina.com, or apply
in person.

NURSES
(LPN OR RN)
Full Time Monday- Friday, ,am to 3pm
and 3pm to 11pm at a Premier Retirement
Community Health Center. Excellent work
environment Experience in geriatric care
desired Applications at Fleet Landing Se.
curity Gale, One Fleet Landing Blvd., At-
'antic Beach. FL. Fax to (904)246-9447;
e-mail to: jobs@fleetleandlng.com EOE/
Drug-Free Workplace.
LEMON, BAR accepting applications. Ap-
oly in person, 120 Atlantic Blvd. Neptune
Beach.

Are you Seeking PAY With BENEFITS?
American Landscape has a position for
you. Call 349-6257.
.* *


LIFEGUARD LIEUTENANT
Neptune Beach Public Safety Department
is accepting applications for Lileguard
Lieutenant. 6-years or more life guarding
experience. First Responder, EMT prefer-
red. Emergency vehicle' operations certifi-
cation a plus.'Supervisory experience pre-
ferred. Apply at: Neptune Beach Public
Safety Dept.. 200 Lemon Street, Neptune
Beach. Mon.-Frl., 9am-5pm. NO PHONE
CALLS. Deadline: April 5,2006. AA/EEOC

OFFICE ASSISTANT. (Mon./Wed./Fdi.
9am-6pm. Professional telephone voice
and general office/computer experience
required. (904)2476683.


RECEPTIONIST NEEDED, evenings and
Saturday. Apply witin: George Moore
Cheviolel, 711 Beach Blvd. JB Ask lor
Ginger. 249.8282
SERVERS, needed. Please apply in per.
son at Giovannis, 1161 Beach Blvd Jax
Bch M-F.. 11am.2pm. 249-7787.

PT WEEKEND RECEPTIONIST
Avante at Jacksonville Beach, a progres-
sive 165-bed skilled nursing and rehab fa-
cility, seeks an aniculale. outgoing. and
sell-motivaled customer service oriented
individual to greet visitors, answer muilli.
line phone system & provide administra-
live assistance HS grad 6 months clerical
and telephone experience and good mullti
tasking abilities a must. Experience wiln
Microsoft Word a plus. Position hours are
8am-2pm. Saturday and Sunday Please
apply in person at 1504 Seabreeze Ave-
nue, Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250. EOE.
www avanteqroup.com.
NAIL TECHNICIAN and Hair Dresser
needed Built In clientele, World Golf VIl-
lage area (904)504-1314
MODELS WANTED lor high qualry fe-
male fashion photography Good pay per
session. Experience not required.
(800)553-5135.
PART -TIME Sales and Receiving
at Beaches' lavorile children's, maiernily
consignment shop. offering competitive
wages and a lively work environment
Must be capable, energetic, and inendly
Responsible and organized with a good
knowledge of children's items Willing
to work Saturday hours. Non-smoker prel.
erence. Contact' 904-285-0532. leave a
message.

DISHWASHERS P/T
at Vicars Landing iPone Vearal Excellent
pay Drug Iree workplace. EOE. Call 273.
1734.



SECRETARY/ RECEPTIONIST
Vicar's Landing. a Life Care Retrement
Community, located in Ponle Veara Beach
is seeking a secretary/ receptionist for our
Administration Oflice. This position re-
quires 3-5 years ol strong secretarial
skills, and excellent organizational skills.
Candidate must be customer-oriented.
and possess excellent phone skills Must
be computer prolhcient (Microsoft Orhice.
Publisher. & Excel). and possess excellent
anenlion to detail skills. We offer a last
paced environment, as well as competitive
salary and benefits package Send re-
sume to: dneitzel@vicarslandng com, tax
to 904-285-1384. ATTN: HR or mail to:
Vicar's Landing Administration, 1000 Vic-
ars Landing Way. Ponle Vedra Beach, FL
32082 Drug-free Workplace.
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS
Full-time: Appliance Installations/ Punch
Out, at a premier retirement community.
Excellent benefits Applications al Fleel
Landing Secunrity Gate, One Fleet Landing
Blvd., Atlantic Beach. FL; Fax to 904-246-
9447. email to jobs@fleetlanding.com
EQE/ Drug-Free Wprkpla.e. ,
,, :,. ... r
Lawn service seeks individual to perform
dependable quality work. Excellent pay &
overtime available. Crew Leaders wanted.
Perschel Brothers Services, Inc. 246-
0967.
LAWN MAINTENANCE. Appily 7am, TNT
Landscape. 1074 101h Ave. South. Jax
Beach. Bonus. 247-4477
SOUTH BEACH Salon has chair rental
available. Call 673-3639.


GOLF SHOP ATTENDANT Marsh Land'
ming Country Club hiring F/T. but will con-
sider P/T applications Outgoing person-
aliry and social interaction, telephone and
computer skills. Thns is a customer serv-
ice position wnith the following key job cornm.
ponents" taking reservations. Dillng/ col.
lecring fees. goil shop sales/ merchandis-
ing. shop appearance $9'l10ohr -oene.
Its. Please apply in person Tuesday-
Sunday. Call 285-6459 for directions
Drug testing' EOE .. I
REAL-ESTTE Assistant -lo, ot'cs3tlleb
& prepare for closings. Must be detailed.
organized, able to mull.ask & prioritize
w/strong communication & computer
skills Fax 273-4406.
DRIVERS. FLATBED. Reeler & OTR Re.
cent average $1 27.$1.47 per mile No ex-
perience7 On the road training available.
(800)771-6318. www.pnmeinc.com.
TERMITE/ GHP TECH Clean DL, good
benehlis/ pay. All levels ol experience con-
sidered. Some Knowledge of construction
desirable. The Defenders, Palm Valley.
285-2346. M-F. 8am 4-30pm.
time ~ ~ hel LAv-i -eeed otoean estco--


LAWN TECH needed ior beach past con-
BEACHES CAR Wash full time helptrol company Good py MondayFriday.
needed, Wages negotiable. tips Beneits onemls good driving record required.
Avail. Apply in person, 1401 Beach Blvd DFWP Call 241-7874.
DFWP Call 241-7874.


JAMI'S, JCC Upscale women s retail
clothing stores in Ponle Vedra. Manage-
ment & Sales Positions available Fax re-
sume to 1239)262-2954.
FRONT DESK RECEPTIONIST/ OFFICE
MANAGER in holistic, internal medical 01-
iice. Full /pan lime secretarial, clerical,
and support ot M.D a unique setting. Ex-
perience required in answering phones.
computers, communications and public-re-
lalions Must be entnusiaslic, dependable.
consistent. and 'an excellent match. Fax
resume with references, no phone calls
please. Persephone Healing Ans Center.
FAX. 1904)246-3778
DRIVER. LIGHT delivery ior Veteran's
charity Own vehicle, cash paid daily.
1-1800)969-8387.
LOOKING FOR Licuor Slore Clerk, Bar.
tender. Door Guy.. Must be able to work
days, nights, weekends, and holidays.
Must pass drug lest and background
check Call Robert @ 465-0149.









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PAINTERS
FULL-TIME at a Premier Retirement Com-
munity. Experience required. Excellent
benefits. Applications at Fleet Landing Se-
curity Gate, One Fleet Landing Blvd., At-
lantic Beach, FL; Fax to 904-246-9447;
email to jobs@fleetlanding.com. EOE/
Drug-Free Workplace.
MORTGAGE COMPANY at the beaches"
looking for a qualified person to perform
clerical duties & help setup loan files: Must
have professional phone etiquette and be
good with people. Good starting pay with
incentives in place. Please fax resume
and cover letter to (904)246-3442.
COOPS & Prep Cooks needed! Apply in
person at 31 Royal Palms Dr., Seafood
Kitchen or call 236-2439.
MOTHER'S HOME Cooking has PT/FT
openings for Servers, Cooks, and
--losi'Hosless positions. Please apply in
person, M-F, 1183 Beach Blvd, Jax
Beach.,

TELEIM1ARKETING
CUSTOMER service & sales w, exc. com-
municalton Skills Full or pan lime Base
plus bonus. Fax resume 1904)285-0010
or email' im@mediakids corn

SWIMMING POOL Construction. Top
pay & benefits. Palace Pools. 998-1811,
11655 Central Pkwy #313, Jax, FL
32224.


EDUCATIONAL SALES
Join our team! II you can excel at inside
sales 9 desire a fasl-pacea work environ-
ment, we may have an excellent
opportunity for you. You will join a Nation-
aicompany & work in Ponie Vedra Beach.
Ideal candidale will nave 1+ years experi-
ence inside sales, customer service, or
lelemarkeling., excellent communication
skills Aility o10 handle business accounts
Base pay plus commissions. $25k plus
FT. no evenings or weekends PT avail
Fax resume i904)285-0010 or email:
lim @ mediakids com
CONSTRUCTION WORKER w'vaild Flori.
da Driver's License. Experience helpful
but will train. Good salary & benefits Ap.
ply at Surtside Pools, 313 Beacn Blvd .
246-2666 or lax resume to- 249-8801.
e-mail surtsiaepoois@aol corn

HARD-WORKING SALES Person needed
for gilf snop. Must De able to work week-
ends. Apply in person Sea Shells & Coral.
230 Nortn Boardwalk JB.
*DRIVERS*
DO ycou want to toin a winning leam. Don't
gel let out. Our driver's make $500-$700
per week Call 249-5151 ask for Brian or
493-5250 ask tor Tim Collins.
NOW HIRING Sales People. Assislanl
Head Cashier, Receiving Clerk.
Slock/Carry-out. Apply at Proclor Ace
Hardware, 870 A1A Norlh, Ponie Vedra
Beacn
SOUS CHEF, Grill Cook, Dishwasher. Ex-
perienced Servers. Seeking motivated in.
dividuals. Now hiring. Fax resume: 223-
7763; or apply in person between 2-4pm,
Marker 32 Reslaurarnt, 14549 Beach Blvd.
Jacksonville.
RECEPTIONIST- MUST have proper
phone eliquehe & people skills. Organized
w/strong computer proficiency. Fast paced
environment. Fax 273-4406


FRAMING CARPENTERS. G C. Superin-
tendent lor established company. Drug
free work place, benefits. 241-2721
ARAMARK CUSTODIANS needed $8 per
hour plus benefits. Job Fair March 10th at
Fletcher Hign School cale 3pm-4:30pm.
630-6660

PORTER/ FLOOR TECH
FULL-TIME at Heallh Center in Premier
Retirement Community. Applications avail-
able at Fleet Landing Securitry Gale, One
Fleet Landing Blvd, Allantic Beach. FL
32233; Fax to 904-246-9447; email to
jobs@fleetlanding.com EOE/ Drug-Free
Workplace
FACIAL SPECIALIST with clientele want-
ed. Also, Nail Tech w/clientele. No acryl-
ics. Day Spa, Jax Beach. Call Miki,
242-8008
CHILDTIME LEARNING Centers seeks
experienced Teachers. Cooksihousekeep-
er. F/T & PfT available. We offtter a com-
petitive salary & benefits package Call
273-6960 or lax resume to- 280-5742
SERVERS WANTED. Chizu Japanese
Sleak House Apply aher 2pm, 1227
South 3rd St.
TEACHER. CDA Cerniied. 4yr Old Class
Warm & loving Teachers & Assistants
needed. FT & PT. Call 249-0905. or fax
resume to 249-5241 The Beaches School
& The Red School House
COOKS NEEDED Apply al 13170-22 At-
lantic Blvd Jerry's Spons Grille. 220-6766
LABORERS, HELPERS, Skilled personnel
tall types). Call 249-8147, or apply. 203
South 3rd Street. Jax Beach. Good pay &
t.enelils,
NEEDED: DANCERS & DJ's. Day and
Nighl. Apply at 2840 Maypon Rd or call
241-5454
HAIR STYLIST needed at Pepl's in Jax
Beach Up to 60% commission. Call Tina
249-2254..
PERSON EXPERIENCED with cutting &
polishing granite. Jax Beach. 246-1172.
PRINTING COMPANY hiring Sales,
Pressmen, Bindery, Graphic Design, and
Pre-press. 514-1090
ASHFORD COURT is accepting applica-
tions for experienced Dietary Servers, Ff/T
and P/T. Must be able to work weekends
Must enjoy working with the elderly in a
professional atmosphere. We ofter com-
petitive salanes. benefits & bi-weekly bo-
nus plans Apply in person @ 1700 The,
Greens Way in Marsh Landing Park.
EOE/OFWP.
HAIR STYLIST needed @ Styles of
Ponte Vedra. located on comer of Mickler
and AIA Up to 60'. commission. Contact
Denise at 280-0494


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We are currently accepting applications for energetic, customer
service oriented team members for the following positions:
Housekeeper
PM Ladies Locker Room Attendant
Concierge
Gym Front Desk (PT)
Kitchen Utilities
Maintenance Technician
Server
Security Officer
Dining Room Attendant
Bell Person
PM Turndown (PT) :

Front Desk Reception/Reservations FT/PT
Room Service Servers
Fitness Instructor- Yoga, -
Spinning & Water Aerobics

Seasonal Opportunities

(March November)
Beach Rentals
Host/Hostess
Dining Room Attendants
Servers '
Great opportunity to work in an oceanfront resort with
terrific earning potential. We offer an excellent benefits package
including medical/dental, life insurance,'sick and vacation days,
and discounts at our retail ouders, golf course and spa.

Apply in person to:
607 Ponte Vedra Boulevard, Ponte Vedra Beach-
Monday-Friday 8:30am-5:00pm

For additional information call 280-6076
See current openings at: Profiles.hospitalityonline.com/211464
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SERVICE TECHNICIAN. Local pool com-
pany seeking 'experienced service techni-
cian. Must have knowledge of pumps, fil-
ters, heaters, and chemical automation
systems, 3-5 years experience, pool re-
modeling skills a plus. Salary dependent
on experience. Excellent customer service
skills, full benefits, 401k. Fax resume to
Surfside Pools Jax Beach at 904-249-
8801 or email: julie@surfsidepools.net.
RECEPTIONIST FOR beaches law firm.
Must be professional '& organized w/ good
computer skills. Law office experience
preferred. Nonsmoker. Fax resume:
(904)287-0592..
FIRST CHOICE Home Improvements.
Needs skilled carpenters & tree climbers.
349-2628.
QUALITY PAINTERS wanted. Must have
own phone and transportation. New con-
struction. 247-4841.
LOOKING FOR Hard Working, dependa-
ble, detail & multi-task oriented individual,
for delivery & maintenance of medical
equipment &.supplies. Must have neat ap-
pearance,, excellent customer service
skills & excellent driving record. Back-
ground check is required by law. Apply in
person, Southeastern Medequip Inc 905
North Third Si. Jacksonville Beach
ANDY'S POOLS, INC.
3 Pool Tecns needed Experience prefer-
red. Our will train Clean driving record.
401k. health benelis. Please call
241-5811.
TAXI DRIVERS Wanted. Clean driving re-
cord required Call April. 246-9999
HAIRSTYLING BOOTH Rental and Mas-
sage Therapist needed. Call Dennis at
Haijiners, 333.5414
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LATAERS Plasterers, Framers for Jax
Beach job. Costa Verano. 1'st & 12th Ave.
Soutn. J C. Gibson Plasiering
(904)908-9573

DRIVERS: GREAT company! Great pay!
Home weekly! daily Greal oenelils!
Healh, 401K. CDL-A w/X lyr. exp Boas-
so America Corp. David: 904-475-0336
PAINTERS HELPER wanted, driver's
license a must. Call 307-8012
AMERICAN HOME Companions needs.
compassionate live-in caregivers lor thme
elderly. Work 2.3 4 or 5 days per week
Up to $10day 631-5354.
LIVE AND work at the beach in a casual
atmosphere Ocean Waves is accepting
applicalrons lor ine following positions
CSR. Accig. Optical Techs Ohice Manag-
er, Sales Reps. and Showroom Sales 76
Levy Ra Apply in person or email resume
to kevin@oceanwaves corn
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
CUSTOMER SERVICE
Work at the Beach Fast-paced otice
needs customer focused Administrative
Assrsiani for multi-line phones. Must test
at 50wpm. ability to multi-task 8 have ex-
cellent verbal & wnrten communication
skills Experience in Word & E>cel a plus.
Monday-Friday, 9am-6pm Email resume
to davidb@aesertmicro.nei or lax tIo
241-7333.
CARIBBEE KEY looking for experienced
line cooks. experienced only need apply in
person between 10am-4pm M-F. 100 First
St. N., Nep Bch
COMPANY DRIVERS & O/Operalors: Re-
gional runs More homelime' 2!26. Pay in-
crease Lease purchase' CDL-A wwhaz-
mat 1yr. experience. 800-299-4744.
www arnoldcareer corn


HARDAGE- GIDDENS Funeral Home has.
an opening for a weekday secretary/ re-
ceplionist This is a multi-task position that
requires a delail-orienled individual witn
excellent verbal and written communica-
Iron skills. Computer literacy is required
Must be aole to work under general direc-
lion & perform all clerical duties including
phones, correspondence ana A/P Re-
sumes may be taxed to 904-249-2321.
Atteniion- Robin Giddens Sheppard
M'F/D/V/DFWP


DRIVERS CDL A. Special Orientatlon
Pay for Experienced Drivers! Home Week-
endsl Great Pay & Benefits! Paid Training
for School Grads! Cypress Truck Lines,
Inc. www.cypresstruck.com (888)808-
5846.
COOK, FT, 10a-7p, $10-$11.00 depend-
ing on exp. Apply in person, Ashford Court
Assisted Living, 1700 The Greens Way,
Jax Bch, FL 32250.
HELPER FOR Vinyl Flooring. Must have
valid driver's license. -403-5115.
LANDSCAPE & IRRIGATION INSTAL-
LERS. Seeking experienced and respon-
sible persons to work with long establish-
ed Beaches Company. Clean driving, re-
cord required. Call 249-3317 for appoint-
ment or apply at MBI Landscaping, 861 S.
:10th St., Jax Beach.
CHILD CARE Teachers with CDA, top
pay, starting at $11/hr. & up also Teach-
er's Assistants needed. 220-3993.
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.
COOK (FT'PT) Apply in person. Rile Spol
Restaurant, 1534 Nonh 3rd Street, Jax
Beach. .
WANTED: MRS DOUBTFIRE NANNY/
Housekeeper, Child Companion. To do
light housekeeping, errands. possible
sleepovers. All applicants will be consid-
ered Call 904-334-8408 or 904-236-0195


HOUSE CLEANERS NEEDED. Southside
and Beaches. Work in teams of three
Must have own transportation, valid driv-
er's license. Approximately S1751wk to
start. Moday-Fnriday. no nights/weekends
Home Cleaning Centers oi America.
1904)1642-8885
HOME CLEANERS earn excellent pay
cleaning homes weekly & biweekly. De.
pendable car required. Full or part lime.
Call 223-5033

CNA
FULLTime. 3pm-llpm in our new Assist-
ed Living expanded tacility-at premiere re.-
iremenl community Excellent work-envi-
ronment and Oenefits Applications al
Fleet Landing Security Gate, One Fleet
Landing Blvd, Allantic Beach. FL: Fax to
(904)246-9447; email to. jobs@fleetland-
ing.com EOE/ Drug-Free Workplace.
HOUSEKEEPERS
Full-Time with great benefits and work en.
vironment al a premier retirement com-
munitry. Experience preferred. Applica-
tions available at Fleet Landing Security
Gate. One Fleet Landing Blvd... Atlantic
Beach, FL 32233. Fax to 904-246-9447,
email to Jobs@fleetlanding.com EOE,'
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Expect Nothing Less
"^ /1Fll^ Than "Five Diamonds"
Do something special for yourself today! Work with one of the
premier luxury resorts in the world by joining the elite staff at
Ponte Vedra Inn & Club. Our exceptional work environment is
one of the most sought after for career satisfaction.
We have the following full & part-time positions available:
Executive Administrative Assistant
Irrigation Technician
Laundry Truck Driver
Pool Technicians
Stockperson
Pastry Cook
Nursery/Recreation Attendants
Banquet Set-Up Attendants
Starter/Ranger
Golf Course Maintenance
The Spa Various Positions
Housekeeping Inspector/Inspectress
Laundry Sup.eryisor (PM)
Bell Stand, Front Desk & Reservations
Retail Sales Clerk (Gourmet Shop & Racquet Club)
Dishwashers/Utility
Servers (Split Shift)
Golf Cart Attendants

AIR STYLIST needed Sajl opportunities
onte Vedra. located on cornelmOUpeCounselorS
d AA. Up to0 60
enise at 280-0494. 1.'.li -&r .Ws I instructors
Beach Rentals & Pool Porters
Patio Servers
Gym & Beach Reception
We offer an excellent benefits package including medical/dental, life
insurance, sick and vacation days, and discounts at our retail outlets, golf
course and spa. For immediate consideration apply in person to
Human Resources between 9am- 4pm or forward resume to:
Ponte Vedra Inn & Club
200 Ponte Vedra Blvd.
Ponte Vedra Beach, FL. 32082
Job Line: 904-280-3607 Fax: 904-273-7753
See current openings at: Profiles.hospitalityonline.com/211464
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#1 CORPORATE' Spons apparel tran.
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I AM a babysiher from Spain looking to
care for children of ail ages I will provide
care for your child children in the morn-
ings, evenings, holidays and even on spe-
cial occasions. Relerences will be provid-
ed I currently live in the Arlington area of
Jacksonville with my Navy reniree hus-
band. Call 1904)374.5253.

ACTIVE NANNY honest, dependable,
Iransportarion & references. $9-$11/hr.,
any area. CPR & First Aid. F/T & P/T.
260-4915
CHILDCARE. DAYS & EVENINGS for
working parents, Monday-Friday HRS li-
censed. Retired Preschool Teacher, 30
yrs expenence, provides a safe, secure,
loving, nnurturing environment. Very per-
sonarland very professional. My home, ott
Atlantic and Hodges Blvd. in The Woods
Subdivision. Have 2 openings for school
age summer care. 221-5110.


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


DIAMOND 1.25CT ladies engagement
ring, $1395 241-5666.
LARGE 5-PIECE Oak, Queen bedroom
set Mirrored cabinet headboard, armoire,
9-drawer mirrored dresser, excellent con-
dition. $850. 246-1461.


WHIRLPOOL Spa Jacuzzi. 7 person (dou-
ble loveseat lounge), Teal & while, marble
party lub', $1200. Tub MTR/ HTR/ BLR
only (904)534-3336.
MIKASA'S GARDEN HARVEST#12.
5-piece place setting; 12 dessen bowls. 2
serving dishes, a platter, gravy boat,
cream & sugar, covered butter dish and 2
sets ot salt and pepper shakers. 10 com-
plemenlary glasses. $375, Call 220-4997.


DINING. ROOMsetW ,r.matchlr itfbiet.'2F
drawers) light oak, glass top, 4 chairs; per-
fect condition, $400. 246-4975 or 463-
6840
PATIO SET- 7 pieces, glass round table 6
chairs cushions (sage green) $200.
422-3503.
TREK MOUNTAIN Bike, 12 speed $100.
Call (904)534-3336.
COUCH AND Loveseatl set, (blue/ teali
beiget burgundy). stripped print. $150.
(904)534-3336
3 JEWELRY display cases w/iights. Wonh
$1000ea. new. Sell for $50ea. 246-4700.
BED- KING mattress sei, $289. Can de-
liver. 1904)391-0015


DEWALT 18V Combo Pack (like new).,
Circular saw, jigsaw, recip saw, 1/2" drill,
goose-necK flashlight, batteries and charg-
er. Over $600 value, will sacnlice for
$350. Bob 247-9532 (eves.)


DINING SET, double pedestal, leveled
glass-top, six white padded chairs, perfect
condition. $500. 241-6052.


BOWFLEX. $275 OBO. Call John at
(9041813-9723
Ryan Sod Curner, 18", $2900. 'Tile wet
saw, $600. 334-6091.
LG ENTERTAINMENT Center, Drexel,
chocolate brown, $950. 994-4833
CORIAN KITCHEN Table $1000. LEATH-
ER nigh back chairs $500ea. Trunk style
coffee,' end tables 13) $250. 249-4349.
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1996 SCOUT Boat, 16', w/tradier. Bimini,
fisnlinder, radio, Evinrude 60hp, auxiliary
motor mount. $5000 OBO. 246-8200.
1981 CATALINA Sailboat, 22'. New trailer,
1 new motor, 1 used motor, dinghy,.
$7100 OBO. (904)434-6645.
HARBORTOWN MARINA. deep water
boat slip for rent, 40ft $600, 50tt. $700.
Includes potable water, electric, dock
locker, cable and phone service available
.@ slip Mobile fuel service & pump out al-
so available. Avail. Mar '06. 463-2845.
1986 WELLCRAFT. V6, I/O, great shape,
engine needs work. new trailer, $950
626-5159
ADVENTURE CRAFT, 28' Houseboal.
100hp 4S Yamaha. AC/Heat, generator.
Excellent condition. 223-0224.


16' STINGRAY 70hp Mercury excellent
condition, $4500 (904)591-6996.
16' STINGRAY 70hp Mercury excellent
condition, $4500. (904)591-6996.


2002 YAMAHA, V-Star 650. loaded, low
miles, $4000 OBO. 247-8995. .


1993. LAYTON Travel Trailer, 30',. very,
good condition. CH&A. New tires. frIdge,
eleclric/gas water heater, microwave, tow-
Ing extras. $6500 OBO. 246-5828.


1990 CHEVY Suburban, 130.500 miles.
Runs good. $1200 OBO. 318-0792.
90 CHEVY Blazer 4x4, V-8, $1800 OBO.
Call 334-3063.


88 GRAND Marquis Wagon, 5.0, exe. 1993 FORD Thunderbird, new engine; au-
cond., mechanic owned. $1000 OBO. to AC,CD $1900 OBO.716-2586. .
716-2586. 1996 TOYOTA Avalon XLS, immaculate
92 RED Mazda MX3, Runs great, need condition, only 82,000 miles, perfect leath-
minor repairs. $900 firm. 260-6530 Iv er Interior, AM/FM/CD, power windows/
msg. or 249-2843. 'locks, sunroof, Michelin tires. $6800 OBO.
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*GOLD*DIAMONDS*
*ESTATE JEWELRY*
BROKEN GOLD JEWELRY*
AIA PRESTIGE JEWELRY & PAWN
327 10TH AVE. NORTH, 241-5666.
IF YOU are Interested In advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email: classified@beachesleader.com
WANTED TO Buy: Lincoln Wheat Cents
and Old Colns. Single coins, accumula-
tions, entire collections Linleton Coin
Company Since 1945. Call (800)581-
2646, e-mail coinbuy@littletoncoin.com.
Mention code B8K720.


TEACHING ITEMS, New, 600-800 olt
retail. Resource books, games, toys,
more. Also household items and furniture.
1602 North 5th Avenue Saturday, 8am-
3pm 891-0920
GARAGE SALE. Sal. 3/11. 8am- 1pm
Furniture, clothing & misc. Too much to
list 3288 Antigua Dr, Ocean Cay.
TREASURE HUNT Saturday, 8-111am.
Ribault Garden Club. 705 Second Ave.
North Treasures include furniture, books.
plants, garden decor & more. Free admis-
sion


MOVING- SALE' Furniture, art table &
many other ilemsl 1916 Sinckland Rd.
Saturday, 3/11, 7-30am-noon.


HUGH SALE many old trunks. Saturday.
8"30am-3pm, 2109 Beach Ave.
ANTIQUES ONLYI 30yr. collection. Wed-
nesday thru Saturday. 8am, 330 First SI.
249-0767.
PRE-MOVING SALE Saturday 8am-3pm.
1927 Salve Marina Drive
SATURDAY, 8AM-1PM, 366 5th Street.
New items, girl's clothes, shoes. fishing
equipment, household Items, much more.
FRIDAY 9AM,. furniture, jewelry, house-
hold items, etc. 175 Seminole Rd.
FRIDAY & Saturday, 8am-2pm. 1168 Se-
Dago Ave S. Good Sluit.
MULTI-FAMILY, SATURDAY, 8am, Selva
Linkside Subdivision, orl Seminole Rd


GRAND CAY VILLAS COMMUNITY.
ATP Tour Blvd. Come one- come all, a
great time to be hadl Sat. 8-2. rain follow-
Ing Sat.
HUGE SALE, Multi-Family, Saturday &
Sunday, 7am-51m. A1A to Martin to end
of Vista Grande. Treadmill, crafts supp-
plies, books, videos, playhouse, more.
543-1456
BIG NEIGHBORHOOD'sale N. Roscoe
Blvd extension. Saturday 8am-?


MOVING SALE! Saturday, 8am-2pm. Fur-
niture, clothes, household items. 4532
Middleton. Park Circle West, Cypress Vil-
lage. One mile north of J Turner Butler on
nthe west side of San Pablo Rd


ATL. BCH. World Traveler!. 7 Ig. Orient
screens. Many rugs. Antq bronzes, many
old Ivory carvings, boxes, silver swans.
Crystal, huge sel line china, 1on ol jewel-
ry. Rms full, 01, immaculate lovely up-
scale furni Art & pntngs galore Huge
Onent lish bowls. Cookbks & morel Full-
est gar & kitch everll (most items new)
New stack W/D. Craftmatic qn bed. Lin-
ens. clothes, Hs, yard & 2 PODS. fulfill
Tools & Garden supps. Atlantic Blvd to
North on A1A (toward base;. Left on Dut-
ton Island Dr, then go R to 2096 Feather-
wood. CHINA CAT 241-0344.
chinacatantiques.com. Thurs 9-4, Fri 9-3.
Nos @ hse @ 8 AM. Prepare to plunderll


1969 CJ5 Jeep, $2500. 553-7203.
1998 INFINITY 045, fully loaded, exc.
condition Must see to appreciate. $7700
nRn 9 d7.19RAd -h4or 5nm


89 CELICA, sunroof, CD AT, A'C, runs
great, $1700 OBO. 716-2586.
1990 MERCEDES SE300, exc. condition,
205,000 miles.. $4800 OBO. 813-1200.
1987 NISSAN 300ZX, 5-speed. Runs
great. Have all papers. $3250. 305-4236.
1993 CROWN Victoria, good cond., main-
tained, records, cold A/C, AM/FM Cass..
runs great, $2400 OBO 220-7117


PAmINTU IT RGHT Inter exen.PF-ra


TUTTLE HOME
IMPROVEMENTS, INC.
Specializing in all types of home repairs.
20 yrs. expenence. No Job Too Small
Free Estimates. Doug Tuttle, 446-0051.
Licensed. :
SEWING MACHINE Repairs. Complete
lune-up Al makes, all models, $49 50
241-2112

HERMON'S MULTIPLE SERVICE
Specializing in Commercial and Residen-
nal Cleaning. Lawn Care. Auto Cleaning
Window Cleaning Janiorlal Services, elc
Call Hermon, 246-4238, 612-1755.
*

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

PIANO LESSONS All levels, styles &
ages Will come to your home 241-4954,
655-3300.
FIRST COAST Welding and Sand Blasi-
ing. 859-0224.

Ip A,][qtFlr- iis] ,110


H. KADIC CLEANING SERVICE. House
(Move-in/ Out). office, restaurants Li-
censed & insured. Good references
[Beach Hutll. Call tor free esl;maie
(904)226-7734.
EXQUISITE HOUSEKEEPING. Aflordable
rates. Local references-available. Please
call 571-7140
AFFORDABLE WINDOW CLEANING.
13 years experience. Reasonable prices,
low minimum rates, weekend appoinl-
ments available. 904)525-7419
CLEAN TO SHINE. Our company commit-
ment is 100,, Customer SaTisfaction al
Affordable Prices. We clean homes, apart
ments, offices, new consiruclion and res-
-lauranls. Lawn mowing also available
For a tree estimate call 514-7009 or
(904)317-7840 We will beat any company
prices.
HAPPY HOUSEKEEPERS Rsidenlalj'-
Commerdiai clean-ip SeniorTViscounir
Call 612-8060
ABOVE AND Beyond Housekeeping,
591-5901 or 514-1188
LICENSED INSURED & bonded cleaning
service, now accepting new accounts.
l0yrs experience. Mention his ad lor $10
of thirst cleaning lor new customers Call
for free estimate. 307-0321
PROFESSIONAL CLEANING, dependa-
ble. Reasonable rates, tree estimates. Call
(904)477-5398
MATURE WOMAN w/experience look-
ing for private homes to clean. Real's
available. Call 642-2430.
BEACHES CLEANING
ResidentialtCommercial cleaning service
Call lor Iree estimate, 568-0136.
EXPERT UPHOLSTERY Cleaning Will
make it look like newly 223-0591.


NEIGHBORHOOD ELECTRICIAN Free
Estimates. No job roo small. Call
1904)803-3914



FENCES
WOOD Fence Specialist. Install, replace.
35yrs Experience. References. Mick Out-
door Enlerprises. 241.7276. 838-9599


WE BUY Mortgages Are you collecting
payments on a mortgage? Why wait years
for payments? Call 1800)282-1251.


BEACH BOYS, Year-Round Delivery.
$65. truck load, Ranger Special. 759-1612

OKI% ya


C & T Lawn Service year-round service,
mowing, edging, Irimming shrubs, mulch-
ing, laying sod Free estimates. Call
246-2412 925 Plaza Drive Ati Bch.

"WEEDING"
BEDS and Hedges/ Free Estimates.
Call Clay 13521504-6307
WINSOR LAWN Service. Inc. Compemiive
rales Call Alan 237.5301.
PRIME MAINTENANCE, INC. A Profes-
sional Lawn Maintmenance Co FREE
ESTIMATES. 535-2515
THE SEASON'S here lor Lawn Service.
Call 514.5801.


ED'S LAWNCARE
Dependable Quality Service. Reasonable
rates 821-0737.
PREFERRED LAWN CARE
Commercial, Residenrial Lawn mainte-
nance. sprinkler systems, clean-up.
sod, mulch. Landscape lighting.
(904)207-2628. 9044430 0007. Licensed.
insured. Free estimates inlo@prelerred-
lawn.com

HERMON'S MULTIPLE SERVICE
Specializing in "Complete Flowerbed
Cleaning and Workover". Call Hermon,
246-4238 612-1755.

PALM TREES, Hedges Trimmed, Yard
Clean-ups, Mulching, Sodding, whatever it
takes, etc. Dave 249-4724.
A NATIVE SUN LAWN AND LAND-
SCAPE MANAGEMENT. Tolal Lawn
Maintenance. Clean-ups. Sodding. Mulch-
ing. Re-planting available. Free estimates.
247-3344.


ENDLESS SUMMER Lawncare. Free esti-
mates. Professional customer service.
Mowing, edging. weeding, trimming- trees,
shrubs Licensed & insured. Residential &
commercial. CALL US FIRST! 270-2664.
NEED LAWN Services? Contact
1904-1247-1057. -We do it good and we do
it rghr'

PERSCHEL BROTHERS
SERVICES, INC.
PROFESSIONAL LAWN service. We mow
lawns Free estimates. 246-0967.
TIRED OF THE OLD MOW, BLOW &
GO? GIVE US A TRY. One lime. or all
year. Clean-ups. mulch, pine straw, mow,
rim edge, shrub trimming, pruning, sod &
hauling. 23yrs. experience. InsUred
PROMPT SERVICE. 207-4037.


PAINT IT RIGHT! Intenor, extenor. Free
estimates. Call Mike Williams. 285-2651.
25yrs. experience
ISLANDER SERVICES
Painting, Interior, exterior, home repair,
pressure washing. 992-2027, 514-8844
TWO "M" PAINTING
NEW CONSTRUCTION, remodeling and
repaint. Residential and commercial Men-
tion this ad 246-1529.


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DAVID'S POOL Service. Weekly cleaning.
Most residential pools-$25/week. chemi-
cals. Licensed, Insured. Pool clean-ups
our specialty. We make your lile a little
easier. 285-0240.
THE CALIBER Company. Pool remodels,
re-marcite, re-tile, filler upgrades Excel.
lent references..386-9744.


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this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email. classitied@beachesleader.com



MASTERS
CARPENTRY & TRIM INC.
State Certified Contractor (Hands-on).
New construction/additions, remodeling,
kitcnen & bath, termite damage. Bob,
626-1165.


COMPLETE DOCKS & Floating Docks,
Bulkheads wood, vinyl or concrete). Boat
houses also available. Please call George
904-226-8700 or Tnrpp 904-545-9979.
CGC058241.


OCEANSIDE CLEANING INDUSTRIES
Sale rool cleaning Deck & tence
resioranon. Pressure washing. Licensed &
Insured. Call Kevin 994-0045.

PATRIOT PRESSURE Wash & Window
Cleaning. Licensed & Insured. Free Esti-
mates. houses, decks, walkways, dnve-
ways. paiios 248-9672..


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.


COMPLETE LAWN & Landscape Mainre-
nance 1-fime clean-outs or vear-round
accounts. 12-years professional exp. Free
estimates. Call Kirk 370-0065.

WE LISTEN, Landscape by L nus. Quality
priced right, B.-monlnly 32233 Discount
249-2269.


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


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Ranchero, $1000. 285-8184. 1
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naw, tires .Rn00n OB0 887-9030.


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March 8, 2006


A busy weekend of Senators sports


ABOVE: Senators baserunner Devin Gonzalez takes off on a steal attempt against Buchholz. RIGHT: Fletcher's Olivia Wright
crosses the finish line in the girls 110 hurdles race Saturday. BELOW LEFT: Fletcher No. 1 boys singles player Will Bledsoe hits a
forehand in tennis action against Terry Parker High. BELOW CENTER: Senators No. 2 boys player Tyler Thornton tracks down a
lob in his match against Parker. BELOW RIGHT: Senators baserunner Sam Perry slides safely into third base.


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