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    Section A: Main: Beach Living: Education
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MIDWEEK EDITION

MARCH 29,2006


Cooking
A lifetime of good
taste


See A-8


TheEHE


Vol. 43, No. 80


Top volunteer Fishing
Fletcher tutor honored Big catches slow


See A-8 See B-2


LEADER


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


'Save Atlantic Beach' forms to fight proposed building limits


by JEFFREY MINTON
STAFF It'RITER
Wearing T-shirts reading "Save
Atlantic Beach," a group of residents
filled Atlantic Beach City
Commission's Chambers Monday
evening to protest proposed develop-
ment regulations which they say are
"extreme" and harm homeowner's
rights.
The proposed changes currently
being revised by a consultant for review
by the City Commission are aimed at
preserving the city's community char-
acter by limiting such things as the size
of homes in the city beyond what cur-
rent regulations allow. The effort began
in 2003 when the former commission
at a strategic planning meeting dis-
cussed a desire to preserve the city's
unique ambiance of eclectic homes,
tree canopies, and pedestrian-friendly
streets. At the time, some members of
the commission were concerned that a


development trend of "McNiansions" -
large, three-story, box-style homes
which maximize the cit 's height and
set-back limits was beginning in the
city. Many residents in the community
pleaded with the former commission to
come up with ways to stop such devel-
opments.
Three years, numerous public meet-
ings and over $1(00,000 in consultant
fees later, the new commission is about
to review and consider enacting a set of
proposed development standards draft-
ed by consultant Winter & Company.
The commission is scheduled to meet
with the consultant to review the pro-
posed development changes April 10. at
5 p.m. The meeting at City Hall is open
to the public but public comments will
not be allowed. Another meeting on
the proposed changes is scheduled at
City Hall April 11 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
where the public is invited to com-
ment.


As of Tuesday afternoon nearly 600
.Atlantic Beach residents' have signed a
petition being circulated by the Save
Atlantic Beach group to stop the pro-
posed development regulations.
Many members of the group spoke at
Monday's meeting and expressed con-
cern that the the proposed changes
would among other things reduce their
property) values, destroy the eclectic
mLx of homes in the city and violate


private property rights.
"Our goal is to stop the proposed
amendment...," said Brian Sexton, one
of founders of Save Atlantic Beach, at
Monday's commission meeting.
"It's growth management to an
extreme ..."
The group's chairperson, Carol
NMikell, said in a telephone interview
Tuesday that proposed restrictions
"don't make sense" for the community.
"We want the whole thing shelved
and never bring it up again," Nlikell
said. "They [the commission] say they
are protecting the character of Atlantic
Beach. [But] they're bringing in cookie
cutter homes."
"And that's what we're against."
Former City Commissioner Rick
Beaver, who voted to hire VWiter &
Company to help the city craft the pro-
posed development regulations to pro-
tect community character, has signed
the group's petition opposing the


changes.
"I think it's [the proposed draft]
much moie extreme than I had eni-
sioned when I sat on the commission,"
Beaver said when asked in a telephone
interview Tuesday. "i'm very concerned
about the size of the home that could
be built tinder the current draft."
Beaver. who was termed out of his
commission seat in November and lost
a bid for mayor in October, said he
would not have accepted the current
proposal for changes by Winter &
Company if still on the commission.
"I would have had to go back to
square one with the extremes that %were
brought back [by Winter & Company
in the proposed changes]," Beaver said.
"There's a lot of stuff in there that
needs to be workshopped by the cur-
rent commission."

See SAVE ATLANTIC BEACH. A-3


AB drainage is


at capacity now


* AB mulls new pool rules


by JEFFREY MINTON
STAFF It'RITER
The Atlantic Beach City
Commission at its Monday
meeting gave tentative
approval to a change in the
city's development regulations
that would classify swimming
pools as 40 percent impervi-
ous.
The commission is sched-
uled to hold final considera-
tion of the change at its April
10 meeting.
The city currently considers
pools as 100 percent pervious -
meaning they allow water to
percolate and don't contribute
to storinwater runoff. And
pools do not count against the
city's impervious surface lirttits
for residential neighborhoods.
But some on the City
Commission have recently
questioned why pools in the
city are considered pervious
when they have a bottom
which does not allow water to
percolate. And they would like
for pools to be counted
towards the city's maximum 50
percent impervious surface
limit on residential lots.
The city's Community'


Development Board studied
the issue in January and con-
cluded that pools should con-
tinue to be considered pervious
because they normally retain
about_6 trtihes of. stormwater
due to the gap between the
water and the top of the pool.
But since then city staff has
proposed,that the city consider
pools to be 60 percent perv ious
since they can absorb roughly
60 percent of the rain in a 25-
year storm 9.3 inches of rain
in a 24-hour rain.
Also, City Manager Jim
Hanson Monday said the city
needs to preserve every square
foot of pervious surface it can
for its stormwater drainage sys-
tem to perform properly. He
said the city a few years ago
spent over $9 million refur-
bishing the drainage system in
the core city area and it was
only designed 'to handle what
currently exists in the city.
"It's [the drainage system]
maxed out," Hanson said,
adding that to construct the
drainage system to accommo-
date more would have cost sev-
eral million more dollars and

See DRAINAGE, A-3


Pholo SUBMITrrrED
Students from Atlantic Beach Elementary receive instruction and encouragement from
Fletcher High athletes during Spring Play Day recently. Above, third grade students get
some coaching in tennis. The activities were arranged by Fletcher Tennis Coach' Penny
Rauckis, who also is a coach at Atlantic Beach Elementary. Students got a chance to partici-
pate in football, soccer, tennis, volleyball, basketball, track, kickball and jump rope.


Funding solicited to help

Farragut commissioning


Photo SUBMITTED
US Coast Guard Auxiliary 14-04 of Jackqonville Beach celebrates its 35th birthday with a
flag presentation at the Coast Guard's Aton Station in Jacksonville Beach on March 23.
Flotilla Commander David Green presented the flag to the Commanding Officer CPO March
Emerson, as members of Flotilla 14-04 and the Aton Station personnel watched.


by JEFFREY MINTON
STAFF IVRITER
The ULISS Farragut, a new guid-
ed-missile destroyer, is sched-
uled to be commissioned June
10 at Naval Station Mayport and
the three Beaches cities are
being asked to help fund the
ceremony.
In a March 23 letter sent to
each of Beaches mayors,USS
Farragut Commissioning
Committee member John
Meserve asks each Beach city to
contribute $1,000 to the event.
NMeserve, a former command-
ing officer at Mayport Naval
Station and former Atlantic
Beach mayor, said in the letter
that the committee is trying to
raise over $100,000 to welcome
the ship to the community. He
said the Navy cannot fund
manyy aspects" of the ceremony
and that the group has to date
collected about S70,000 towards
its goal from corporate and pri-
vate donations.


"This will probably be the last
ship to be commissioned in our
community and the ceremony
is both impressive and a signifi-
cant event," Nfeserve said,
adding that the ship will be
home ported at MNayport.
"\Ve have had several past
cornmissionings in the Mayport
area and each time the business
community, pnvate individuals,
the members of the various
Navy Leagues. plus, local gov-
ernments have stepped up to
the plate."
General Chairman of the
committee, V'ADM James F.
Amerault, USN. Retired, said in a
Feb. 8 letter to the Beach mayors
that the event will draw many'
thousands of attendees, includ-
ing veryy senior, .high ranking
Naval Officers and Department
of Defense civilian officials,
politicians and corporate presi-
dents and CEOs.
The ship will have a crew of
400.


School gets

OK to go in

Beach Plaza

City parks will

be play areas

for students

by LIZA MITCHELL
STAFF I' RkTER
The Jacksonville Beach
Planning Commission Monday
granted conditional use
approval to allow the operation
of a small private school cater-
ing to specialneeds students.
Daniel arnd Lisa Kamm of
Atlantic BeaCh will operate The
Noble Street School in the Beach
Plaza Shopping Center on Beach
Boulevard.
Conditional use approval was
required by the city's Land
Development Code to convert
the existing 2,200-square-feet of
office space on the center's west
side into an educational services
facility.
The Noble Street School will
serve 30 to 45 special needs stu-
dents in grades 6 through 12 in
two large classroom areas. The
remaining space will be used as
administrative and support
space for three-person staff.
Students will utilize both
Wingate Park on the south end
of Penman Road and Gonzalez
Park on 10th Street North for
supervised recreational activi-
ties.
Commissioner Lee Dorson
expressed concerns about trans-
porting students with limited
staff across busy roadways, espe-
cially during the realignment of
Penman Road.
"Keeping a bunch of kids
together while crossing a busy
street, you are okay with that?"
Dorson asked.
Lisa Kamm said she has
worked with children for five
years and does not believe shut-
tling students to and from the
park will be an issue.
"I run a pretty tight ship," she
said.
Kamm said one staffer will be
assigned to transfer a maximum
of 15 students to the respective
parks.
Senior Planner Bill Mann said
said the upcoming construction
is not expected to create any
problems.
"These are older kids I don't
think there is a safety issue," he
said.
Mann recommended
approval of the project with the
condition that the applicants
reapply for conditional use
approval prior to acquiring any
additional space within the
shopping center.


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JACKSONVILLE BEACH
A 19-year-old Jacksonville
man was arrested March 24
and charged with 28 outstand-
ing misdemeanor warrants for
obtaining property with
worthless checks following a
traffic stop in the 500 block of
1st St. N. The defendant was a
passenger in a vehicle stopped
for a faulty, equipment viola-
tion.
Nicholas Arocho, 19, of
Jacksonville was arrested
March 24 and charged with
grand theft in the 700 block of
Marsh Landing Parkway,
according to a police report...
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A bicycle valued at $100 was
reported. stolen March 24 in
the unit block of 1st St. N.
*
Austin Patrick Owings, 19, of
Jacksonville Beach was arrested
March 24 and charged with
possession and sale of a con-
trolled substance in the 400
block of 17th Ave. N., police
reported. A police' S.W.A.T.
team served a search warrant
on the property. According to
police reports, Owings and a
codefendant were smoking
marijuana and packaging a
total of 31.8 grams of the drug
when the warrant was served,
according to a police report.

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arrested March 24 and charged
with possession and sale of a
controlled substance in the
400 block of 17th Ave. N..
police reported. A police
S.W.A.T. team served a search
warrant on the property. The
report said that Owings and a
codefendant were smoking
marijuana and packaging a
total of 31.8 grams of the drug'
when the warrant was served,
according to a police report.
A residential burglary was
reported March 24 in the 100
block of 1st Ave. S. The victim
awoke at 5 a.m. to get a drink
and observed an unknown
,male suspect bent over in her
bathroom looking at photo-
graphs in her bathtub. When
the victim asked the suspect
who he was, the man respond-
ed that he was looking for
another woman. The victim
also asked of the whereabouts
of her dog to which the man
replied there was no dog. The
suspect ran out the back door.
The victim told police the man
appeared to be intoxicated or
under the influence of drugs.
*
A gas drive off for $50 was
reported March 25 at a gas sta-
tion in the 1000 block of Beach
Blvd. The unknown man left
the scene in a large green pick-
up truck.
An auto burglary was report-
ed March 25 in the 14th Ave. S.


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end zone. The victim told
.police he observed two males
on skateboards who appeared
to be watching him intently as
he parked his vehicle and
headed toward the beach. The
suspects removed the victim's
keys from beneath the gas
cover and drove the vehicle a
block away to 15th Ave. S.

ATLANTIC BEACH
A fight was reported at the
Sea Turtle Inn, One Ocean
Boulevard, March 20.

A wallet was reported stolen
from a business March 21 in
the 100' block of Nfayport
Road. '

A vehicle was reported bur-
glarized March 21 in the 300
block of 7th Street.
*
A residence was reported
burglarized March 22 in the
800 block of Cavalla Road.
*
George Johnson, 24, of
Atlantic Beach was arrested on
a warrant and charged with
aggravated assault with a dead-
ly weapon March 25 in the
2400 block of Mayport Road,
according to a police report.

Tracey R. Morrissey, 36, of


Jacksonville was arrested and
charged with felony D.il, three
violations within 10 years, and
driving with a suspended
license as a habitual traffic
offender March 26 in the 100
block of West 9th Street,
according to a police report.

NEPTUNE BEACH
Michael Anthony Favorito,
50, of Neptune Beach was"
arrested and charged with pos-
session of cocaine and fleeing a
law enforcement officer March
26 in the 500 block of Pine
Street, according to a police
report.
L. .* *\', ,i:uil niti
Gat' De\vanve Satlefst '3,
of Jacksonville was arrested
and charged with possession of
crack cocaine March 26 in the
1000 block of Atlantic
Boulevard, according tq a
police report.

A simple battery was report-
ed March 24 in the 1100 block
of Seagate Avenue. An arrest
was made in the incident.

A vehicle was reported
stolen March 25 in 1000 block
of Marvone Lane.

A burglary to a business was
reported Maich 26 in the 1200


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block of Atlantic Boulevard.

A check fraud was reported
from a business March 26 in
the 1200 block of Atlantic
Boulevard.
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PONTE VEDRA BEACH
On March 24-, Al Larouge
Jones, 33, of St. Johns County
was charged with attempted
murder, possession of a
firearm by a convicted felon,
and possession of a concealed
firearm following an incident
at a construction site in
Palencia, according to the
report. ,
"'TRe thtEft~iof an-'air condi-
tioner valued at $1,898 was
reported on March 24. The
incident occurred between
March 22 and 23 at a residence
in the 400 block of A1A N.

A Sea Trout Lane resident
reported on March 25. the
theft of a vehicle which had
been parked in the driveway of
the residence on March 24.
*
The theft of a golf cart which
was parked on March 25 near
the .17th tee of the Sawgrass
Golf Course was reported by a
Ponte Vedra man.


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Ponte Vedra resident stars on Jeopardy! game show Friday evacuation of
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by KATHY HARTMAN '-blurred about much of her on-
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When Pbnte Vedra resident
Christine Hoffman watches
herself as a contestant on televi-
sion's "Jeopardy!" Friday, it'll be
like she's living the experience
for the first time.
"It's just so fast," Hoffman,
28, said about her 15 minutes of
fame fielding answers from Alex
Trebek, host of the answer-and-
question game show that pre-
miered in 1984.
Hoffman said she plans to
watch the show, which airs at
7:30 p.m. on NBC, at Fionn
MacCool's Irish Pub &
Restaurant in Jacksonville
Beach, where she is a regular for
Monday night trivia.
"I know a little bit about a lot
of things, and I'm a good guess-
er," Hoffman said this week in a
telephone interview from her
office in Jacksonville Beach,
where she is Beaches area unit
executive director for the
American Cancer Society,
However, she added, "I didn't
guess very well on the actual.
show."
Contestants are required to
stay mum about their success
until after their show has aired.
The self-described "Navy kid"
said she has long been a favorite
of board games, in general and
"Jeopardy!" in particular.
"I have always watched it.
Ever since I was a kid, my fami-
ly has always played Trivial
Pursuit for fun," said Hoffman,
who attended Neptune Beach


Drainage:

Cont. from A-1
caused many trees to be
destroyed. "Literally the city
can't take a whole lot more
impervious surface. Every addi-
tional square foot adds some to
the flooding."
Shortly after .the drainage
project in the core city, the for-
mer City Commission passed
the 50 percent impervious sur-
face limit for residential areas.
"This place is flat as a pan-
cake and you just have to live
With that the best you can,"
Hanson said.
Some residents attended
Monday meeting to oppose the
change.
"I think that a pool is pervi-
ous," said resident, Kelly
Elmore, who added that the

Save AB:

Cont. from A-1
But city commissioners
NMonday said that the proposed
changes axe far from finalized
and that they axe working to do
what's right for the entire com-
munity.
T' Mayor Don Wolfson said he
welcomes input from the group
and asked that they attend the
April 11 meeting.
"This process is ongoing and
far from being complete," said
Wolfson.
"This process is very positive
and important to the future of
Atlantic Beach. I encourage you
* to continue being involved."
"We're going through this and
we're going to come up with
solutions that most people can
live with," Commissioner Jamie
Fletcher said at Monday's meet-
ing.
"Most people. Because you
can't please everybody all of the
time."
Clarification:
A March 24 story "Councilor
irked that JB will do its own
traffic studies in future"
reported that Jacksonville
Beach City Councilor Dick
Mathews dissented on the city
hiring a firm to do traffic stud-
ies. He did so because he did
not want the council to legis-
late against companies because
of group skepticism, but no
particular group was cited.


Ponte Vedra resident Christine Hoffman with "Jeopardy!" host Alex Trebek March 7 at NBC,
Studios in Los Angeles. Her segment airs at 7:30 p.m. Friday on WTLV-12..


Elementary School and graduat-
ed from Fletcher High and the
University of Florida.
Hoffman said she filled.' out
an application' to be a
"Jeopardy!" contestant in
October.
t"I just got a bug last year .to
start doing those things I just
always wanted to do," she said.,
When she went to St.
Petersburg, Fla., for an audition,
she said, she did so without





"burden of stormwater" should
not be placed on the property
owner.
"I think stormwater manage-

ment is a utility the city should
be providing."
But most on the commission
agreed Monday that at least a
portion of pools need to count
against a parcel's impervious
surface.
"I personally think this is a
decent compromise," City
Commissioner Dezmond
Waters said Monday of the pro-
posed change to make pools 40
percent impervious.
However, City
Commissioner Sylvia
Simmons, who voted against
the change,.said.shc thinks the
commission should go with
the Community Development
Board's recommendation.
"I had pools at two different
houses for 16 years ... and
never had my pool overflow
[from stormwater]," Simmons
said, adding that pools are a
good form of safe exercise for
families and aging residents
and she hates tosee the city do
something to "cut pools out."
Adjacent communities such
as Neptune Beach, St. Johns
County and St. Augustine
Beach all consider swimming
pools 100 percent impervious,
according to city staff.


telling friends and with no
expectations. ,
"I really didn't want people
asking me a lot of questions...
and I didn't want people mak-
ing me nervous.
"I had; met people who had
auditioned for it before, so I,
didn't have any expectations of
actually passing" the audition,
she said.
At the audition, an audience
of about 100 seated applicants


gave written responses to
"Jeopardy!"-like answers shown
on a screen. She was one of six
.applicants chosen for a mock,
game, she said.
Then in early January came a
telephone call 'inviting
Hoffman to Los .Angeles for a
taping scheduled NM arch 7.
One week's worth of shows is
taped in one day, she said.
"It runs like clockwork. I was.
amazed."


- who went with her to L.A. -
was impressed that she supplied
the answer "The Medicis,"
Hoffman said.
She knows that the Medici
Family was a force in 12th- and
13th-century Florence, Italy,
she said, adding, "That's pretty
much all I know" about the
Medicis.
In the category "alliteration,"
Hoffman pulled from her
father's lessons about the con-
stellations.
The answer was "Pleiades,"
and the question was "What is
the Seven Sisters."
"I had to take a couple wild
guesses," she said. "What else
are you, going to do? Stand
there? And I wasn't going to do
that."
Hoffman said she had a "fan-
tastic" experience as a
"Jeopardy!" contestant.
"I'm very glad that I went,"
she said. "I'm glad I can check it
off of my list of life's things to
do."
She just wishes her instruc-
tions on the pronunciation of
"Ponte Vedra" had been heed-
ed, she said. "My roommate
tells me they said 'Ponte Vedra'
wrong, and I went over and
over it with them."
To see a short clip of
Hoffman pn "Jeopardy!" visit
the show's Web site
(www.sonypictures.com/tv/sh
ows/leopardy).


BAHS museum to begin education

series for area school children


FROM STAFF
The Beaches Museum and
History Center will kick off its
elementary education series
"Shore Stories: Step by Step"
at 10 a.m. Friday at 380 Pablo
Avenue in Jacksonville Beach.
The curriculum-based pro-
gram was developed around
the museum's permanent
exhibit "Shore Stories: Down
the Boardwalk" which offers a
stroll through the develop-
ment of the Beaches commu-
nities and will be offered
throughout the day to
approximately 200 local ele-
mentary school students.
"Shore Stories: Step by
Step" highlights six local
beach communities including
Atlantic Beach, Neptune
Beach, Jacksonville Beach,
Palm Valley, Ponte Vedra
Beach, and Mlayport.
History will be traced back
to pre-Columbian Native
Americans, the Timucua who
called northeast Florida
home, and through French,
Spanish and American colo-
nial periods.
Students will also follow the
development of railroads.
become acquainted with
coastal pioneers, learn about
turpentining in Palm Valley


and fishing in Mayport.
The accompanying curricu-
lum will be ready for teachers
this fall, museum educators
said.
A second elementary pro-
gram, "All Aboard: Living &x
Working on the Railroad,"
designed for students in first
through fifth grades, will tour
Pablo Historical Park and
explain how Henry Flagler's.
Florida East Coast Railroad
boosted the development of
local communities.
The program's curriculum


guide. "-Rails & Tales,"
includes benchmarks,, objec-.
tives; materials, and activities.
Admission is $3 per child
for "Shoic Stories: Step by
Step," and $2 per child for.
""All Aboard: Living &
Working on the Railroad."
Teachers and one chaperone-
per 10 children are free.
Teachers interested in
scheduling a class for a field
trip are encouraged to contact
program specialist Lisa
Paulger, at 241-5657 ext.104.


FROM STAFF
On March 24, a complaint
affidavit for possession of a
hoax weapon and disruption of
a school function were signed
against a 12-year-old Ponte
Vedra juvenile.
According to the police
report, students at Ocean Palm
Elementary School observed
what appeared to be a hand
grenade in a desk and notified
school officials.
School officials removed the
grenade from the building and
notified St. Johns County
Sheriff's Office. A total of 110
students and 10 staff members
in the after school program
were evacuated to Landrum
Middle School.
St. Johns County deputies,
bomb-sniffing K-9 units, and
the bomb team responded
and determined that the device
was a novelty hand grenade
with the explosive device
removed. The student, who
admitted bringing the item.to
school to show a friend, was
suspended for ten days and
released to a guardian.



Golfers aim

at dredging

gear in ICW


FROM STAFF
St. Johns County Sheriff's
Office deputy 'met with an
employee of Dredge Enterprise
LLC on March 26 in regards to
a report of criminal mischief.
According to the police report,
subjects at a residence in the
100 block of S. Roscoe BIlVd. hit
golf balls at dredge equipment
in the Intracoastal between
March 24 and. 26 resulting in
damage to windows and
screens and also hitting an
employee of the dredge conipa-
n V.
On March 25, a SJSO deputy
issued a verbal warning to the
subjects. No further contact
was made with the subjects at
the time of the report.


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Letters to the editor:

Wal-Mart is not needed in NB


To the editor:
A new Wal-Mart at the
Beaches is a bad idea and
here's why:
1. Traffic. The traffic is bad,
enough now but wait till all
the new cofidos fill up and and
a new Wal-Mart is permitted to
come in!
2. The other stores. A new
Wal-Mart would probably put
out of business the entire K-
Mart'Plaza (which only recent-I
ly has come back to life),


Winn-Dixie and possibly even
Publix. This would give
Beaches residents fewer choic-
es in where they could shop
and would probably leave
another plaza empty. Where is
the gain?
My choice would be to
encourage a diversity of small-
er shops to fill up the vacant
plaza.
Kathryn Ciesla
Neptune Beach


Actions speak volumes


'To the editor:
Recently you may have seen
my name in the media as an
advocate for soccer fields at the
beach. Just last weekend the
group of girls known as
Cyclone Soccer entered and
played in the State cup tourna-
ment in Sanford, Florida.
No, they didn't win, howev-
er this group of 19 girls ages 12
thru 16 played 3 games in 23
hours and were very competi-
tive. Despite going to the tour-
nament minus 3 starters and
lack of quality practice fields
they persevered.
Soccer is one of the top
sports at the Beach yet quality
hqlds are only given lip service.
To those parents, coaches and
sponsors, thank you for your
support and' belief in the
Principles of Cyclone Soccer.


To the girls, you are truly a
class group.' Opposing coaches
could not believe that we
weren't a club team. The refer-
ees commented to the coaches
that we were the best represen-
tatives to come out of north
Florida in a long time. '
To those who for whatever
reason chose to say one thing
and do/ or not do anything to
assist with quality fields, I ask
only that you remember that
our youth listened, and saw
what was said and what was
delivered.
If they become cynical and
do not respond to statements
from our adult leadership, we
must remember that our words
and actions are the tools they
used to format their actions.
Bruce Rehmer
Director Cyclone Soccer


Keep the fun in the beach


To the editor:
I am so sick of the beach
mentality regarding outdoor
dining in Jacksonville Beach,
Neptune Beach and Atlantic
Beach. This is Florida -"- people
like to dine outside to relax,
people watch and listen to
good music. Every "hip" beach
community.1 have ever visitte.
%welcomes the outdoor experM
ence. It's what draws people
together socially. First Street
Grille had it all but that's his-
tory, unfortunately.
Now Neptune Beach is going


to make a big deal about let-
ting Wal-Mart in and being too
close to Atlantic Boulevard.
Has Mayor Brown driven down
Atlantic Boulevard lately? I can
think of about five businesses
that are only 50 feet from the
boulevard.
What are these good 'ol boys
Lie''TS (gfti^oof-f, bd -these
people are trying to take the
fun out of it.
M. Christiansen
Atlantic Beach


What happened to height limits?


To the editor:
I thought we voted for a 35
foot height limit for all new
buildings in Jacksonville Beach
that had not been permitted
prior to the vote?
On 1st Street between 9th
Avenue and 10th Avenue, there
is a new duplex being built.
Today the building is covered
with particle board exterior,
which comes in 4 foot by 8 foot
sheets. I can easily see 32 ft on
top oi an 8 ft garage! This adds
up to 40 feet last time I checked..
The parcel sold last summer so


there was no predispositioned
court case and there is no legal
reasoning the city council
and/or the board of adjustments
could make this legal.
It isn't the most popular thing
to cry foul, but FOUL!
Who ever allowed this should


be fired,
feathered
town!


retired, tarred and
and asked to leave

Bobby Riggins
Jacksonville Beach


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TPC moving, to May that is


In 2007 The Players
Championship is moving
to early May. This time
next year we won't be talking
about who just won, but who
is going to win. Actually,
%with the exception of the TPC
planning committee, most of
us will be be speculating on,
who'll take the Masters! Let's
admit it!
Moving TPC's date is bril-
liant. It will sure cut down on
comments by the play by play
announcers like "Sure Tiger is
faltering here, maybe his focus
is on Augusta and not Ponte
Vedra."
Hev Mr. NBC announcer,
your focus is probably on get-
ting beaten in the ratings by
the CBS announcer calling
NCAA Basketball. Neither one
of us are in Cassadaga. You
quit reading' Tiger's mind and
I'll quit reading' yours.
Early May offers better
weather and something called
Day Light Savings time. No
more post Sunday finishes.
"Monday Night Football" has
traditionally been a ratings go
getter,, but .; how -about
"Monday Afternoon Golf?"
Let's put it this way. A lot


HOYLE DEMPSEY
COLUMNIST


more calls to the switchboard
at the network were asking
what happened to Days of our
Lives, than how Mickelson was
doing in the final round.
Not only will TPC not be in
the backwards shadow of the
run for the Green Jacket next
year, it also won't be compet-
ing with College Basketball. In
the past, being beaten in the
ratings by Duke, or one of
those other North Carolina
,Schools, was worth taking.ition
.thecuhin. But this year it was
George Mason! Say what?
Allow me to get off the sub-


ject of one sport I know little
about, to another I know less
about. A week ago when I'
started seeing the headlines of
the Upset Kings of College
Basketball, I thought this
George Mason was some
coach. Surely he must be the
head guy for UConn, the
Tarheels, Kentucky or Heaven
forbid Ball State, but "he's" a
Dad Gum school
At least TPC had ended by
the time the Gators also
entered the Final Four in the
late game with Villanova. May
Day for TPC and I do mean
May Day!
Matter of fact, the sooner
TPC moves to May the better.
This is long overdue. Plus the
later in the spring and the
warmer the weather, the less
chance we'll have of another
Canadian winning. You know
I'm kidding! Congratulations
to Stephen Ames, from North
of the Border, the last pre
Masters TPC Champ.
Oh by the way Stephen,
those fights in the NHL are
fake. Put that in your Molson
,and.diink i!i When does
College Football start anyway?
And congrats from this old
Seminole to (gulp) you Gators!


Commission making AB nervous


In response to Mayor
Wolfson's recent letter, it is
not surprising that he and
certain members of the Atlantic
Beach city commission are try-
ing to minimize the political
fallout on what has so far been
proposed and/or discussed
regarding changes to the city's
building code. However, what
remains at the center of this
controversy are the commis-
sion's actions to date.
In spite of what side one
might take in this ongoing
"McMansion" debate, the com-
mission arbitrarily denied a
property owner's request to sub-
divide a lot, even though the
city's attorney and the planning
and zoning director both said
they had no basis for this
action. It took a lawsuit
brought by the property owner
to get the city to grant the
owner what they were legally
entitled to in the first place,
after the city spent over $20,000
in taxpayer dollars to hire an
outside attorney who also
advised them they were wrong,
and would lose in court. In
response, the commission has
now put a moratorium on any,
lot divisions for an unspecified
period of time.
The city has recently drafted
legislation proposing the forma-
tion of a Large Lot, Single
Family district in Atlantic Beach
that, if passed, would virtually
preclude any subdivision of lots
going forward. It is yet to be
determined, but this proposed
legislation could cost certain
Atlantic Beach property owners
$10 million to $15 million in.
lost property value.
The city has drafted proposed
legislation (Ordinance 90-06,
amending Section 24-172 of the
city code) .which, as Mayor
Wolfson recently wrote, has yet
to be. adopted. However, this
legislation establishes a more
stringent level of restrictions for
new home construction and
remodeling. Ironically the first
two pages of the, ordinance
would lead the reader to believe
that its purpose ,is to promote
health, peace and safety in our
community and that it is not
meant to infringe on property
rights or "restrain individual
preferences in residential archi-
tecture." But the next 12 pages


STEVE
ROSENBLOOM
GUEST COLUMNIST


do exactly that. In my opinion
the way this is being presented,
saying one thing and doing the
opposite, is a little disingenu-
ous.
The current commission now
commonly defends its actions
by proclaiming that nothing
has been decided regarding
these new regulations, and.that
all this is just a continuation of
a "community character study,"
started several years ago by the
previous commission. In addi-
tion to the $58,000 paid in
2005, the current commission
recently authorized another
$53,000 of taxpayer dollars to
be paid to the Colorado land
planning firm to further study
and formulate these guidelines
and regulations. On the front
page of the study it says these
guidelines are "to serve as. a
guide to assist property owners,
builders, designers and archi-
tects in interpreting the new
requirements" which are clearly
aimed at limiting the size of
houses, limiting the buildable
area on each lot, limiting cer-
tain architectural styles, etc. But
if the commission is saying they
don't intend to adopt many of
these recommended changes to
the building code, why keep
spending considerable tax payer
dollars to have the land planner
come back and explain them to
us?
Most important in this
process, the city commission
has had discussions as to
whether any Atlantic Beach res-
ident could rebuild a house just
as it was, if the house were
unfortunately destroyed (hurri-
cane, fire, etc.). Conversely,
Would our homes have to be r&-


built in compliance with any
newly-passed; more stringent
building guidelines, if and when
these proposed guidelines are
adopted? This is a pretty sim-
ple, straightforward yes or no
question. Can we build our
homes back, just like they are, if
destroyed for whatever reason?
The commission needs to
answer this question sooner
rather than later, irregardless of
what it does with all the other
proposed building code
changes. If we can't build our
homes back just like they were,
wouldn't this in fact dramatical-
ly change the character of
Atlantic Beach going forward?
Finally, at the most recent
meeting, the commission
passed a first reading of an ordi-
nance to designate swimming
pools as a 40 percent impervi-
ous surface, instead of the for-
mer 100 percent pervious desig-
nation. The St. Johns River
Water Mgt. District considers
pools as 100 percent pervious
surface. The result is fewer
and/or smaller pools or a small-
er house on your lot. The hard-
est hit will be those homeown-
ers with smaller lots.
The magnitude of all these
new legislative proposals has
recently caught the attention of
a large number of Atlantic'
Beach property owners, particu-
larly 'as they learn more and
more about what is being dis-
cussed, and how it could impact
them. Through grass roots pub-
lic awareness, a group of citizens
has now come forward ques-
tioning the wisdom of these
proposed building code revi-
sions. And some homeowners
are getting a little nervous as to
where this is all heading.
,Yes the citizens have been
allowed to provide some level of
input at public meetings, but it
is still unclear whether anyone
is really listening. However,
now that citizen awareness and
interest has grown exponential-
ly, there, will be more scrutiny
from the Atlantic Beach citizens
going forward. In support of
Mayor Wolfson's recent com-
ments, I too would encourage
everyone to get involved.
Rosenbloom 'is an Atlantic
Beach resident and a former city
commissioner.


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S he's been gone nearly 10
years, but she was all
over the house. She was
in every drawer we' cleaned
out; she was remembered in
every pot and pan and plate
pulled out and placed on
tables; she was in every cup-
board, every closet, every cor-
ner c
Fannie Lee Miller, the per-
son, left her house and this
Earth on Nov. 29, 1996,.but
she failed to take her person-
ality'and personal effects with
her. She left plenty of both. ,
If my mother-in-law ever
threw away a get-well card
over her years of various ail-
ments all of which she beat
except the last one it. was a
mistake. You could date her
illnesses by the bundles of
cards. One of them was
marked the summer of 1995.
Its twine held 68 cards I
counted them sent to her
after she broke her hip in a
fall inside the-Wright Brothers
Museum in Kitty Hawk, N.C.,
and underwent surgery in
Elizabeth City. .
- Another bundle contained.a
brief letter from ra fonnmer:,gov-
ernor, sending his regrets after
hearing that Henry Miller,
Fannie's husband, had suf-
fered a heart attack. But it was
she who had the heart attack.
Oh, well, she may have
thought, wrong name but a
nice letter. I'll keep it.
Mrs. Miller kept clippings of
columns and stories of mine
that I barely remember writ-
ing and others that I tried to
forget. When Jimmy Carter
was inaugurated president,
she kept the whole paper; she
kept clippings announcing
expansions and grand open-
ings; she kept clippings about
friends who had done good
things. Getting engaged, to
her, was a good thing. I'd
been looking for weeks for a
special edition remembering
the 1936 tornado that leveled
Gainesville, Ga. I could have
saved time by checking Mrs.
Miller's chest of drawers.
My mother-in-law moved
and talked so fast, you some-
times thought she wasn't pay-
ing attention. But she noticed
everything, and she made
notes.
Our older daughter found a
1928 book of devotionals that
belonged to. Mrs. Miller's
mother, Ethel Small. Next to
the devotional for Nov. 14,
Mrs. Miller had written
"1967" and this, reminder:
"The last time Mama read in
her Bible." Her mother died at
Thanksgiving in 1967.
My father-in-law and his
sister, Mable, along with a
caregiver, kept the Miller
house going until last sum-
mer. They died a month apart,
he in June at 94, she in July at
98. So here we were, eight
months-later, cleaning 6ut the
home, making room for a
young couple who want to
rent the place while their
house is being built.
This was the second house-
clearing for my wife and me.
The first came after my moth-
er, needing around-the-clock
care, moved to a nursing
home.
Now all of our parents are
gone, but not completely. We
have tangible memories from
each of them. Their personali-
ties remain.
It's too bad somebody in
the family didn't keep those
get-well cards Mrs. Miller
saved. Maybe it's not too bad.
Somebody behind us would
have to go through them one
more time.













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More letters to the editor:


Lack of

foresight'

can be a

dangerous

thing to all


To the editor:
The Wal-Mart setback issue is
just one more example of town
government lack of foresight
when implementing zoning
and land use changes to
"enhance character" or other
politically correct trends of the
times. Now, Wal-mart, must
comply with a new require-
ment in the city's Land
S Development Regulations, and
now most seek a variance to
put the building toward the
rear of the property, where past:
regulation allowed. This non-
sense is occurring due to the
transient nature of city govern-
Sment, with various commis.-
sioners and mayors, coming
and going, and in the.process
implementing their own'politi-
cally correct agendas without
regard to long and short term
effects on the community. This
issue must now be debated,
argued, analyzed and paralyzed
by commissioners, on top of
their already busy schedules.
The very same changes are
about to occur in Atlantic Beach,
with the "Community
Character Study" conducted by
the Winter & Company, import-
ing and duplicating planning
studies from other towns such as
Durango, Aspen, Sacramento,
Carmel, and -others, and by
manipulating community
involvement workshops to stir
up fear that the "Community
Character" is being replaced by
"McNlansions" and other
"undesirable development". The
Community Character Study
addresses Atlantic Beach as a
resort area and does not address
the fact that Atlantic Beach has
evolved into a very popular and
highly desirable upscale suburb
of Jacksonville, based on its
eclectic indi\idualism:-ahdrVari-
ety oft architectural diffelenhes''"
By implementing restrictive
concepts such as Floor Area
Ratio primarily a commercial
concept), reducing building cov-
erage to 40 percent of lot size,
forcing garage doors to be less
than 30 percent of the front
facade, creating virtuall (imagi-
nary) floor area deficits, and
severely limiting wall plate
height and wall lengths, all
described in the "Report on
Potential Changes to the
Residential Development
Standards" dated October 2005
(which was removed from the
City of Atlantic Beach website at
coab.us and now just reported
under Community Character),
the amended code will stifle cre-
ative design and individuality
by enforcing a "cookie cutter"
doctrine that will repeatedly be
appealed on a case by case sce-
nario., requiring a large amount
of time and resources from the
City's administrative employees.
The study uses a premise of a 50
X 130 lot average, but a Duval
County Property Appraiserg
Office report indicates that 33
percent of Atlantic Beach's lots
are less than .12 acres, or
approximately 5000 sq ft. This
means that future houses will be
significantly smaller than what
are allowed under the current
code, and the "encouragement"
by the amended code putting
garages in the backyard will
eliminate safe playspaces for
children of generations to come.
I suppose we can send them out
into the streets to play.
Before knee-jerk tampering
and rush-job implementation of
amended "copy-cat code" ruin
100 years of local code evolution
in Atlantic Beach, our city lead-
ers need to step back and realize
that ,this started out as a
"Community Character
STUDY". So let's study it. As a
community, we can gradually
reduce less desirable develop-
ment without a code overhaul
and without trampling on pri-
vate property rights. We can
respectfully allow our perma-
nent administrative employees
to do the jobs they were hired to
do, and not try to fire them or
micromanage them. Let the
Mayors and Commissioners
serve their temporary terms, and
allow the unique and eclectic
town of Atlantic Beach to con-
tinue to evolve and remain one
of north Florida's most desirable
places to live. Save Atlantic
Beach, It's Your Property, Stop.
Dthe Amendment. '
R. D. de Carle
Atlantic Beach


Bis business

is paving
over Beaches

To the editor:
[ have lived here in
Neptune Beach 41 plus years.
I have seen our nice little
town get more crowded,
more traffic, more crime,and
hotter in the summer....... All
because of big business tear-
ing down all the trees...
paving every flat surface, and
running off all the small busi-
nesses.
The taxes we would get
from Wal-Mart would just
replace the taxes we lose from
all the other stores that.
would have to close. Please
do not let this giant come to
our Beach-!
Mary Sapp
Neptune Beach


NB goes too far
on private lands


To the editor:
The recent discussion on
Walmart occupying vacant
retail space. on i Atlantic
Boulevard is just the latest
example of the City of Neptune
Beach overstepping its role in
private property rights. We
have many examples of the
City's attempt to exert controls
on private property.
Examples range- from com-
mercial sign ordinances, which
were judged, unconstitutional,
to vegetation control. Do not
plant that hedge in your yard,
it is not on the City's approved
plant list AND it is over 4 feet
tall! It is not the role of city
government to single out a
retailer based on opinion and
attempt to block them from
establishing a location in a des-
ignated retail district.
Stephen Carter
not asri V/ rteptrit.hBe.ih


Doing just fine
without Wal-Mart
at the Beaches


To the editor:
I live in Atlantic Beach. I can
get to a Wal-Mart, a K-Mart and
Ace Hardware very easily. I do
not need a WVal-Mart to take
out my variety of shopping. I
can get all I need except lum-
ber. And, it will attract more
traffic .. .for WVal-Mart, not our
local businesses.
Pat Pillmore
Atlantic Beach


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To the editor:
'As property owners, in
Atlantic Beach we are careful-
ly monitoring city develop-
ments over the Winter Group
recommendations for new
building codes. While this ini-
tiative was launched by the
former mayor and city com-
mission, current representa-
tives will need to answer ques-
tion's and illuminate numer-
ous points in the draft going
forward. This letter is to
encourage the citizens of
Atlantic Beach to participate
in this process with commu-
nity mindedness, cool heads
and,.if you will, warm hearts.
A newly formed coalition
deserves credit for bringing
greater attention to, and rais-
ing the level of debate over
.this important issue.
Concurrent with their efforts,
however, it seems that the
volume of the "conversation"
is magnifying, rumors are fly-
ing, lines are being drawn in
the sand and, the higher emo-
tions run, the more the
process of reasonable dialogue
is being undermined.
It's not a stretch to imagine
that all of us want to save
Atlantic Beach. Practicing rea-


.sonable dialogue will best,
determine what that means.
for our city our entire city.
Our position is that, yes,
property values are very
important, biut so are property.
rights -- such. as the right of
one homeowner not, losing
sunshine and breezes due to,
another owner's new home.
looming over theirs.:
We recall that this whole
process was based, first and
foremost, op maintaining the
character of our community -
not maximizing land values at
all cost. On that note, we
share that our daughter was in
a serious skateboarding acci-
dent last weekend on an
Atlantic Beach street. Within
seconds, neighbors were at
her side, called for emergency
medical attention, and locat-
ed our home phone number
off of her cell phone.
\Ve can't help but wonder if
residents walled off behind
oversized homes with little
street-focused frontage could
have reacted similarly? Or
whether property ."investors,"
could have at all?-
Woody Win free
Russell Sidelsky
Atlantic Beach


To the editor sponsible. I applaud
As a resident of Atlantic 'Councilman Weldon's strong
Beach, and a business/commer- opposition to the prospect of a
cial property owner of Neptune development by Wal-Mart.
Beach, I. am very concerned .Make no mistake: Neptune
with. large issues that face the 'Beach and Atlantic Blvd will
two communities. In Atlantic never -be the same once -this
Beach, we have a heated debate giant moves into town. We
over concerns for how, if at all, don't need more tax base nearly
to control development of resi- as much as we need to retain the
dental properties. In Neptune character and ambience of
Beach, the modern-day jugger- Neptune Beach.
naut Wal-Mart is eying a long .Arguing for unlimited proper-
dormant commercial property ty rights in Atlantic Beach is
for its own development. These similarly short-sighted and just
issues seem uruelated but both `. plain greedy. Our current code
evoke a similar, and self-serving, clearly needs some work so the
response from many of our citi- rights of neighbors are also a
zens. consideration in residential
\\"hen important matters design and development A
such as these are measured by claim that some restrictions on
how they directly impact our the allowable scale of construc-
Lndividual pocket books, we are tion will reduce resale values of
failing in our jobs as citizens, our properties points to the
neighbors, parents and public wrong goal. Are we really living
officials. When we look only to in Atlantic Beach and building
the inunediate and short term our houses to further increase
gain we believe we will enjoy the already inflated resale values
from unlimited personal proper- of our properties? Are we here
ty rights iSave Atlantic Beach's just so we can cash out our
position), or from an increased homes for personal gain? \Ve
tax base ilVal-Marti, we are should be more interested in
ignoring the long term needs of protecting the character of our
our cities and the quality of life overall commuruty. In some
that attracted us here in the first cases community rights must
place. We didn't move here to trump individual property
maximize our property values, rights.
or because there was a substan- I encourage each of us to con-
tial tax base. \Ve chose our love- sider the long terms needs and
ly beach communities for the goals of our commurunes.
quality of life. each affords us. Tom Goelz
Arguing for unlimited tax rev- Atlantic Beach
enue in Neptune Beach, is irre-


NB needs John Weldon and

does not need Wal-Mart
-!.


To the editor:
Weldon Yes... WalMart No!
In response to Ms. Sehler's
editorial of 3-24 railing on our
NB councilman John Weldon
for opposing WalMart pro-
posed assault on Neptune
Beach I am compelled to offer
the following... I have known
John Weldon 'for almost 30
years and he is a man of char-
actter':good' judgement"-and
taste -' something WalMaY't
will never offer us!
If you seriously asked the
residents of the Beaches if
they wanted this lowest com-
mon denominator retailer at
the beach, do you really think
be jumping with joy? Why
did they get shot down on
Mayport Road... why did they
just get shot down over the
bridge? 'Cause there are
already enough big (and ugly)
boxes in Jacksonville and peo-
ple are finally 'fed up. And
those who love- WalMart so
much, can drive just over the
bridge-,on Beach or Atlantic,
there's 2, take your pick, no
waiting.
You oan quote me on this, if
WalMart moves in so close, K-
Mart will be forced to close.
So. here we are moving 'the
"empty shopping center syn-
drome" closer to the ocean
and town center, that would.
be just ducky. K-NMart actually
still sells some American
made products, more than
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the years making their follow-
ers believe in their "Always
Low Prices" creed. And some-
times my fellow beach resi-
dents, there is slightly more at
stake than just price. Let's
keep the underdog K-Mart
and try to do something BET-
*TER',a.tthat- location .,-ijifibLti
-The sign fiasco: thartMir.
Weldon was a party to... they
(the NB city officials) were
reacting to vague signage lan-
guage statutes, as well as
doing what they thought was
the right thing to do in
restricting visual pollution in
our city. Sometimes you win -
sometimes you lose. But I
believe the effort was in the
better public interest. We
don't need WValMart but we do
need John Weldon.
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Neptune Beach


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The 14th Annual Springing the Blues
Festival will be held from 5 to 10 p.m.
Friday, March 31, noon to 10 p.m. April 1,
and, noon to 8 p.m. April 2 at the Sea Walk
Pavilion in Jacksonville Beach. In addition
- to music, there will be barbecue and
seafood, kids' activities, and an arts and
crafts show. Call 249-3972 or visit


Riverside Ave. Tickets are $3 for
adults, and free for children
under 16. Call 355-4224 for
information.

Sunday, April 2
B ^ Daylight
Savings Time
begins.
Tour for
Life: The
Sixth Annual
Tour For Life
will be held
from 11 a.m.
to 4 p.m. at
i Ithe Regency
Super Wal-mart, 9890
Hutchinson Park Drive. The
tour's goal is to spotlight animal
shelters as the best place to
adopt. Call 725-8766, extension
205, for information.

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

Monday, April 3
Cultural Center: Classes and
" workshops for adults and chil-
.' dren in fine art, performing
m art, drama, creative move-
-ment and more will be held
through May 13 at the Cultural
Center at Ponte Vedra Beach, 50
Executive Way, Ponte Vedra
Beach. Call 280-0614 for fees
and class descriptions.

Being God's Song:
"Christianity of Christian
Science: Being God's Song," a
free talk," will be presented
from 7 to 8 p.m. at the Ponte
Vedra Public Library, 101
Library Blvd. 1-866-800-7086.
Tuesday. April 4


,
wwwspringingtheblues.c m for information. Senior workshop: An


Wednesday, March

Automotive recycling work-
shop: The Florida Department
of Environmental Protection
will sponsor a workshop on
automotive recycling. Visit
www.dep.state.fl.us/waste/cate-
g 'rihs'haiardous/pages/Auto-'
motieRecyclers:him for 'infor-
mation.

Artist exhibition:
"Everything Old is New Again,"
showcasing 39 artists, will be
held through April 13 at the
Cultural Center at Ponte Vedra
Beach, 50 Executive Way, Ponte
Vedra Beach. Call 280-0614 for
information.

A View to the Past: "A View
to the' Past," photography by
Fletcher High School students,
will be on display through May
14 at the Beaches Museum &
History Center, 280 Pablo Ave.,
Jacksonville Beach. "The ABCs
of Beaches, History," a collec-
tion of photos reflecting each
letter of the alphabet, is on dis-
play through June 18. Call 241-
5657 for information.

Thursday, March

Women's partnership: The
Beaches Women's Partnership
will meet from 3 to 4 p.m. at
6000-A Sawgrass Village Drive
across :from Publix in Ponte
Vedra Beach. Call Gail Bacon at
273-4795 or e-mail info@wom-
enspartnership.org for informa-
tion. ,

Towphall meeting: A town-
hall meeting titled "Democracy
and Security: Are They In
Conflict?" will be held from 7
to 9 p.mr. at the Florida Times
Union ., Auditorium, One'
Riverside Blvd., Jacksonville.
Admission is free. Call 904-591-'
7634 for information.

Spring concert: The
Foundation Academy's annual
spring concert, "Sounds of
Spring," will be held at 7 p.m. at%
Neptune Baptist Church. The
event is free. Call 241-3515 for
information.

Online auction: Bids for
Montessori Tides Children's
Foundation, Inc., online auc-
tion will be accepted until
today. Call 545-5006 for infor-
mation.

SWriters' festival; The 20th
Annual First Coast Writers'
Festival will be held through
April 2' at the Radisson
Riverwalk. Hotel. Visit
wwvw.fccj.edu/wf for informa-
tion.

Friday, March 31
Rummage' sale: The
Jacksonville Beaches .Woman's
Club Will have a rummage sale
today an3'April 1 at 1315 2nd


Ave. N., Jacksonville Beach. Call
246-2737 or 249-0786 for infor-
mation.

Saturday, April 1
April Fools' Day.

Pistol course: A certified
basic .:,pistol and',.adyvanch ed
defensive tactics courses will. be,

held from 7:45 a.m. to 5 p.m. at
Fraternal Order of Police Lodge
65 in Nassau County. Call Gary
Belson at 904-491-8358 for
information.

Film festival: As part of the
First Coast Environmental Film
Festival, "The Water's Journey:
The River Returns" will be
shown at 10 a.m. at the Main
Library Auditorium, 303 N.
Laura St., followed by a discus-
sion panel from 11 a.m. till
noon. Organic coffee and
refreshments will be served
from 9:30 to 10 a.m. Call 924-
1100, extension 234, for infor-
mation.

Fashion show: The Steinway
Society will present a sophisti-
cated afternoon fashion show
from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the
Casa Marina Hotel in
Jacksonville Beach. Tickets, are
$100 each. Call Piano Expo at
904-545-2117 for information.

Goldenfest: "Goldenfest," a
reunion and fun day for golden
retrievers and their owners, will
be held from 1 to 3 p.m. at
Dogwood Park, 7407 Salisbury
Road, Jacksonville. Admission is
$10 per family and $5 per addi-
tional golden retriever. Call
904-703-8348 for information.
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.

Queen Chi Chi: The Red Hat
Foxes will go to Savannah for a
show and gourmet dining at,
the Paula Dean restaurant. The
cost is $69. E-mail
RedHatGrits@comcast.net for
information.

Sons and daughters of vet-
erans: The Association of Sons
and Daughters of WW11
Veterans will lead a group to
England and France this month
to commemorate the 62nd
anniversary of the D-Day land-
ings, the Battle for Normandy
and the drive through France to
the Rhine. Call Sy Canton at
561-865-8495 for information.

Garden Club: The Garden
Club of Jacksonville will have
"Blooms Galore and More"
today and April 2 at 1005


Edward Jones Investment repre-
sentative will offer a free senior
workshop on investing at 10
a.m. at 13171 Atlantic Blvd.,
Suite 300. Reservations are
required. Call 221-8501.

DAR: The Ponte Vedra DAR
will meet at 10:45 a.m.. at
Sawgrass Country' Club, 10034
Gof qb Drive, Ponte yedr?
eachh. ate regent' Rebecca
Lockhart is the speaker.

"Fluid Divisions": "Fluid
Divisions," featuring the works
of Karena Jayne Ness, will be on
display through May 31 inside
Pepper Rama Gourmet & Hot
Shoppe at the Riverside Village
Shopping Center, 4555 Shirley
St., Jacksonville. An opening
party will be held from 6 to 9
p.m. Friday, April 14. 384-9635.

Chamber of Commerce: The
Jacksonville Regional Chamber
of Commerce will have a work-
shop titled "Presenting Your
Business Successfully" at 4:45
p.m., followed by the monthly
mixer from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., at
the Beaches Area Historical
Society, 380 Pablo Ave.,
Jacksonville Beach. There is no
charge. Call 249-3868 for infor-
mation.

Community health educa-
tion: Baptist Medical Center
Beaches is offering a communi-
ty health education class titled
'rLifesaving Issues for Women"
from 7 to 8 p.m. in Conference
Center Rooms A and B, 1350
13th Ave. S., Jacksonville Beach.
Call 376-4902 or 627-2910 for
information.
Wedl.esday, April 5
Adventures in Art:
Adventures in Art will be held
at 2 p.m. at the Ponte Vedra
Beach Branch Library. This is an
after-school program allowing a
virtual visit to an art museum
for school-age children. Call
Carolee Bertisch at 273-6578 for
information.
Thursday, April 6
Chamber of Commerce: The
Jacksonville Regional Chamber
of Commerce will present
"Small Business Expert at the,
Beach" from 1 to 5 p.m. at 325
Jacksonville Drive, Jacksonville
Beach. There is no charge.
Appointments are necessary. E-
mail elaine.miller@myjaxcham-
ber.com or call 249-3868.

Relay For Life dinner: The
American Cancer Society Relay
For Life will have a dinner at 6
p.m. at the Jacksonville Beaches
Women's Club for cancer sur-
vivors. Call 249-0022 for infor-
mation or to R.S.V.P.

Day of Decision:
Community Hospice of
Northeast Florida and Baptist
Health present a community
workshop titled "Day of
Decision Put Your Wishes in
Writing" from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at


the Jessie Ball duPont
Auditorium at Baptist Medical
Center Downtown. Topics
include living wills, health care
surrogates, do-not-resuscitate
orders and more. The program
is free and open to the public.
Call 904-407-6790 by April 4 to
R.S.V.P.

Film festival: As part 'of the
First Coast Environmental Film
Festival, "The Future of Food"
will be shown at 7:30 p.m. at
Atlantic Theatres, 751 Atlantic
Blvd., followed by a discussion
from 9 to 9:30 p.m. A cash bar
will be open from 7 to 7:30 p.m.

Friday, April 7
Exhibition: The Members of
the Society of Collage Artists
will have their fourth annual
exhibition, "Collage: A
Language All Its Own," through
May 17 at the Vandroff Art
Gallery, Jewish Community-
Alliance, 8505 San Jose Blvd.,
Jacksonville.

Uniform sale: BMCBeaches
Hospital Auxiliary will have a
scrub hub uniform sale from 7
a.m, to. 4 p.m. in conference
rooms A and B. The sale is open
to the public.

Cultural Center: Stephanie
Sipp, interior design professor
at the Florida Community
College at Jacksonville, will
speak from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m at
the Cultural Center at Ponte
Vedra Beach, 50 Executive Way,
Ponte Vedra Beach. Free and
open to the public. Call 280-
0614 for information.

Book signing: Florida mys-
tery writer Tim Dorsey will be at
The Bookmark at 7 p.m. to read
from and sign copies of his new
book, "The Big Bamboo." Call
241-9026 for information.

Saturday, April 8
Film festival: As part of the
First Coast Environmental Film
Festival, "The Future of Food"
will be shown at 10 a.m. at the
Main Library Auditorium, 303
N. Laura St., followed by a dis-
cussion panel from 11:30 a.m.
till 12:30 p.m. Organic coffee
and refreshments will be served
from 9:30 to 10 a.m.
Egg hunt: BMC Beaches will
sponsor an Easter egg hunt at
10 a.m. for children and grand-
children of all employees, doc-
tors and volunteers at the hos-
pital. Children should bring
their own basket, and should
sign up at the Conference
Room area entrance.

Easter egg hunt: The 23rd
Annual Easter Egg Hunt will be
held at 11 a.m. at Tall Pines
Park, North Ninth Avenue,
Jacksonville Beach (west of
North Penman Road).
Registration for Jacksonville
Beach residents will be held
through March 17; open regis-
tration if spaces are available
will be held March 20 through
March 31. Call 247-6236 for
information.

Koi auction: A koi fish auc-
tion will be held from 11 a.m.
to 3 p.m. at Reeds and Rocks,
13401 Beach Blvd.,
Jacksonville. Preview starts at
11 a.m., with the actual auction
starting at 1 p.m. There is no
admission. 268-3582.


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Michael J. Beane ... Gregory Scott Gard Dennis C. Jacques
Lt. Commander Michael J. Officer, this regory Scott Gard, 40 of and several .
Beane, (USN,' ret.) died time deploy- Ponte.VeOra Beach, passed away ,.other. nieces .De-i" C. Jacques, 62, died Mass of
Thursday, Mrch 23, 2006, as a ing to a unexpectedly March 23, 2006 at a n d at. h.is'esidence on March 26, ;hristian
result of a plane crash in k S t a n d i n g Baptist Medical Center-Beaches. nephews. He 2006. He was born January 4, Burial will
'Melbourne, Fl. He was born May NATO Forces He was. born May 13, 1965 in was prede- 1944 in Detroit, Michigan to be celebrat-
29, 1965 in Charlotte, NC but Atlantic Ormond Beach, FL and was ceased by his Charles and Doris Jacques. He ed at 11
spent most of his formative B a t t I e raised in the Beaches area. father, was an active parishioner in St. a.m. on
years in Hickory, NC. He gradu- Group. His He was previously employed Robert and Paul's Catholic Church.
ated with a Bachelors Degree in .final tour in by Physician Sales and Service; brothers, While battling cancer for March 30,
Business Administration from the Navy and,-, Abbott Labs -Hospital Fred Zain three years, he loved to ride his in St. Paul's
The Citadel and spent 22 years Awas as Division. He was a member of and Bobby motorcycle that he called his C a t h oIi c
serving in the US Navy. His pas- B Sq uadron Pali's Presbyterian Church,.The' Gard. "' scooter everyday to Publix and Church of
sion for flying'and this great Beane Operations Amefican Red'Cross Volunteer Gard 'A. visita- the bank, according to family. Jacques Jacksonville
country was superseded only by Officer in DESRON 14, also.out Life.Saving Corps from the win- tion was Family members include his Beach with
the love for lhis family, accord- of Mayport. ter, 1982-1988 .and an 'Eagle held Monday March 27 in wife of .41 years, Marian; the Reverend William Kelly as
ing to his.faily He retired from the US Navy Scout.. H:e was' -a'' graduate of Quinn-Shalz,. A Family Funeral daughters, Denise (Nicholas) Celebrant.
He enlisted fin the Navy in .in December, 2005 and chose to Flagler college in St. Augustine. -lome. Funeral .Seivices' tyere Dolan. and Michelle (Gene) In lieu of flowers, donations
1984: anid was trained as a continue pursuing his love for He wa an, vtid Gator Fan. He held Tuesday in the Palm's 'McHale; son,.Christopher Scott may be made to the American
Nuclear Machinjst ,Mate for aviation in his next career when was the most loving and com- Presbyterian Church with.y the Jacques; grandchildren, Brady Cancer Society, 4030 Blvd.
Submarines.e served his first 8 he joined Craig Air Center as the,. passionate father,, husband and Reverend Dr. Thomas WaIler, Dolan and Logan McHale; and Center Dr.,Jax., FL 32207.
year'aboa"hd bifthidclear ballis- Assistant General Manager. brdtier, 'arid a'" remarkable the Reverend Carol .ijsto" his parents, Charles and Doris Services under the direction
tic and' fast atta~ isubmarines His family includes his wife, huiman 1eig~'' .'" and tlie'Reverend .drew KkIa Jacques. of Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home.
and .pai'tiipatied. 13 s'ubma-. Diana; two daughters, Madison Family members include his officiating. Inurnment will 'be
rine 'deterrent patrols. He was and Samantha; parents Jerry wife, 'f' 19' years; Candi; son, held in the Columbarium of George Wilbur Proctor
selected for 'the prestigious and Judy Beane; brothers,' Caleb" GOrd. of 'Ponte Vedra Palm's Presbyterian Church!. r.
Enlisted ,' Commissioning Steven Beane and Mark Beane Beac.;' 'mother,' Jahis Gard of In lieu of flowers, memorial ,
Program and earned his'com- and grandfather, R. J. Beaine,Sr.. Ponte Vedra Beach; sister, Missy contributions may be maie to Geqrge Wilbur Proctor, 87, wife, Marilyn Pr.ctqr,, of
mission upon' graduation from Funeral services for Beane (Andy) Wotruba of Jacksonville; ,the Amenican Heart A.sociatior; died March 25, 2006 in the Jacksonville; son, Gary~(u"e)
theCitadel-in1995. will be held at 11 a.m., today, sister-in-laws, C.J.. Zain of 5851 .St. Augustine Road Baptist Medical Center Proctor, of Ponte Vedra Beach;
Beane -adopted Jacksonville Wednesday, in the .'Christ Ormond ,Beach 'and Pam Patch Jacksonville, FI 32407' Beaches. He was born.July 28, daughter, Karen Prpt fr, of
Beach as his home 'when he Episcopal Church, 400 Sai' Juan, of Jaksdhvillle; ih-laws, Doris, 'Servies under the direction of 1918 .in Raymond, South Westminister, CO; "brother,
arrived at Mayport' for 'is 'first Drive, Ponte Vera Beach, FLI and' r'Glenrn ,Reihfroe;. nieces, Quinn-Shalz Fune.al ,onie.. Dakota '.pnd moved to Howard Proctor, of Sacramento,
'officer assignment aboard USS 32082, followed' by Military Maril"Zain and Nyla' Wotruba ", '". .. Jacksonville in 1997 from CA, and four grandchildren.
VICKSBURG (CG 69) whe-ie he Honors. Friends and family-are ." '" ,' ol';, IL. He was, a school A graveside service wuil be
se-rv4f 6r3 ye.rs'befdre joining invited to a `'rieption i'ri he -r teacher and a member of the held 2 p.m. today, Weditsday,
th'ie staff of'DESRON 24. During church courtyard follying the e Edward Grah l '.'United Methodist in the Zion Cemetery of
these o co eted two service. 0. . .' served in.the United Lincoln. IL .. .
!'."*.exto.r"ng-,the In lieu of ..flw-ers", '6ti'u r '" tats Arny -Airy"Corps during Services under the direion of
Me T .the.?e tons in his .meidry mh bhe Charles Edward Graham, 89,, 1917 in. Quitman, GA" ,,.'..'I' Quinn-Shalz Funeral H ome.
"*' Perie rraOs ien a-made to the .T' iisn?'ii ,alorlg. tinim resident .6f- Neptune Graveside services dere' herdo;,,'5amily'members include 'his
afe.ied atiTring 'Group Samantha. Beane 'Eductiqn F Beach,,died M1arch 24,2Q06, lie Monday. in. the 'Green od.,.
4, Mayppt'.1whre'he served' asa Fund, Wicho.'irBai; ,Si a" was. preceded, inrdeath by his Cemetery'of'Cairo, GA.'. "' '"anrar Le Shore '
F "n Tramaiso''ffi~fer an d the' Key Branch510'-Midifi ss wife 6fff,63 years, Helen Virginia Serices under .the' car~e of Sanda Le
Srf tik' Departmerit Road,.Sarasota:. 3~ Grahamjin Novemer2005.. Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home., .
HeadLBae the, tri .joined USS Services undneith dirdctirionf He was brn January 29, S ,. '.' ::andra ..ee'Shore, 64, died at Jacksonville Beach, a sister, Lila,
SDOYLE (FFG 39) as Combat Quinn-Shalz Funeral" I6rie. .,. ..',"; -, '. .,' i ( r home on .March 23, 2006. She also of Jacksonville Beach, a
Systems Officer arind Operations ... .' .te / was ,borniih ashington, D.C., niece, Lisa (Kenny) Loper and
-V ,.,"au t' ,- ,oe .,-.t eJate George T. nephew, Terry. (Amy) ;Long,
and ttie '(U (1rh*erwood). In grandchildren, Kayleigh, 'Juliet,
Jac Ik/MnG C'lyat, S. o se she ried Edward Carly, Alyssa, Jadah, Chaice,
S- '' Jacksoniic S aBeac dn-iedoa.m 6 BeKber,- Shoree and they settled in Dalton and Tristan and -other
Jack Irvin ClCatt, Sr., 72 of Julie (Alex). Samaras; grand- March -3 -2006.he'ksu't f mfofthe, board Jiicksonville Bea. relatives and friends. '
M ypo r',died'.March 23, 2006 daughter, Amanda. Lauren an.-' a nenacfdeht i 'll t'-- ofdireFtors She was-preceded in death by Memonals in her name may
at .Merialo isital. He was Canipe, all of Tampa; brother,. Melbourne FL Hewas born .pof :DePaul u hter Debah LeeShore. be directed to Hospice of NE
bomr Api'.9; 933 -inTampa and George Clyatt of North Carolina Aug. 6 Lake.land, Sc ~ S ing, are her husband Florida, 4266 Sunbeam Road,
mioved'to i.e"thejakoviile arei and many good friends, includ- rait sedioved' r"1 i49 years, three sons, Jacksonville, FL 32257.
S 39 yearsao. : .ng, Ronnie McCalister,,. Melyin to c.sFE.:ch I ,o as.il..Shore.(HoEuy),Le.wis Arrangements -by H ardage-
fe' tif 'd .from orrir Cu'lbrath and Charles' 200-3"o Fiana. u :l'( en hhe)'ndEdyard Giddens Funeral Homea,1701
Towing ~~ St ins' er Haworth.. ". I- s n iesh are(Shannon), all of Beach Blvd., Jacksonville Beach.
S"rry Service" as a' Chief Visitation will b held'fro 6 Albor .S y and 'to.estab-'- .
Engineer. He'held 'a license as a 'to 8 p.m., Friday, March'31 in was a. 190 ?uat;..of Oral -.. u,-I~ -s e Z- : '.-- Inb-S m'ith
Manrihe' Engineer "from the the Chapel of Quinih-Shalz,' a Rbert's H as .. .. .n -,
United States Coast Guard and | Famanily Funeral Home, fraise rsix;JD.--Byrider Beaches Campus fqr the school,, .
an. Unlimited Diesel license. He Graveside Masonic services ,will locations Frin a and the ',whicli is attended by his daugh- ., Ine Hembree Smith, 80 of of McDonough, GA and,, Sally
was a member of the Master, be'. conducted at 1 .,a.m.; Southeast. i' ', -, ter Gabrielle. He and.i we Jacksonville Beach, died on KimbrelLof,.Jasper,.. AIr, gnd-
'I-M, tess ad, Pilots,- the Masronic Saturday;-Apif-'-.in th'()-h-.--He.Hwas ar. nuaunritd -enre- a j J nfet MiinraaybiMalch, 27sihe -ivas; children, M KaricaryeniStl~ b
Lodge^i 'efved-iri the U.S. ""Cemete. preneur. and o.ut ;ofthe box enter 'or ausic c.iildre.m boh~lon4 il.3, 1925EWalkei Martinez oof, .Bustamante, Costa ,
Army. Services under the direction of ti to 's, famtil y indianapolis, inspired y the -C.onty7,AL thedaughter ,of the Rica and Michael Henry
Family rnembers include his Quinn-Shaiz Funeral Honie' whoaidthe chal- needs of their .,therdaghter-' late'hillip lsiaahandFainyLee.. Smith-Martinez of Ponte Vedra
soro Jack Clyatt, Jr.; daughter, lenge mQ'art upusinesses, par- Gentry.. -.. .. D -- ellHembree. Beach r .: ,
,-, ticuaryrieig. the construc- Family members include hi fS it was. employed for She was preceded in death by
wif of 13 yearsAm eig any years with Borden Fods her husband. Henry Bayard
"- .: ". "S. -me"S, la p lm r or'-'"ampa;r'ot;hle.-. : ... DeVoe'b' Gudal" -ughters4-i .a:tlane She -moved 'to. Smith in 1982. 8 .
J0 -amd eorse C"Jimo DNVo e Sr.1 Au& Ga(brielle'(fl) fad Gn tryt'-(t9Y, J oujvillBachrin 1999. She'. Friends may call from 5, pm.
.,,*- 4-.< -. ~\'- -"""''l '-'-: ;',father, ",Carter' Qudal wa v ibngeplayer. 'until 7 p.m. today, Wednesday,
James "Jiim" DeVoe, Sr. died mn H yfraterity ; Family memi ers include his Summerset, KY; brother is survived by a 'son at the Hardage-Giddens Funeral
Thursday, March23, 2006 where 'Sigm ,'of wif, y aridchildren Jim Jr., ;' dal of Jacks ie and:sist' ayrd ith and Home, 1701 Beach ,Blvd.
Shis private plane crashed near which he had' Amy Gidal, IY 'D'egoe, Marcy lMaria Leger of L.laid istepi' dagnteirin;law D.r. Carmen.- Jacksonville Beach.'
Melbourne,' Fl.' Hei was -b'bm been 'a .mem-" Miller.'idy eVo' andAngie sister, An.gela -eGraiw -of; ,M"t-oaq.ksonvlae,: broth M.Memorial contributions 2may
March 14" '9'43'. ii Carmel,- ^-^. -ber at l.U. He' DeVoe. 'Hs 3fathr: Paul'-DeVoe Leesburgl.. _His: i'bther,i'Maxi-e -.. ;kin."-Blly', .'Hembree of, .be made to the AmencariHeart.
California..- He Jreturied -to also had-been preceded 'hlm'i- "death" .Other 'Gilett Gudal predeceas'ed.him. B'Bi ,gham, AL 'sisters, '-Dot Association and/or r the
SIridiana' asa tboddier arid lived in mmander of famify:'memi' ib'',include) his --He lived byiCGhnistin .pla- ,Bel ofQsepla, AR Betty Potts. American Cancer Society.
.,Muncie uitil' he mioed to "'i.'- l' is fraterniity.' mothli, Hele.' ah'- his sister piesand 'his' faith 'helped, him, *" '' ; .: .
Marion, Indiana in -1962. He '',j "Jim : 'was Jud:I,;'."DeVo&Iahd111 graidchil accept ':circulmstances'.that he.'.;'.:- .-
graduated, ifrtm indiana C ..Entrep.reneu.. dien: Gabtlele.e- udal,"Gen.ty couldziot'change, his family .
.Universityh with honors in,.1966 i,0of the Year ih :Gudal; Haleigh DbeVoe, lukas, said;*: .,:.B'.'a... ...':m^l, ." ',* i '- .' .. Bea-.- '
with his B.S. iribusinessfiiance DeVoe 'Indianapolis DeyVoe. Tatumi'"DeVoe,'-Mia -A seiviceCdelebrakh' hii:' : -:"g .^ I ll m V :
and management. He graduated in 2000. He was on the boardof -Miller Ylahnriali' lieVoe, Crew "was held, Sunday mh.le Sai. l. '-. : 'm M9*1 ir ''*.
.with his MBA'degree in August directors of "Little 'Star School DeVoe,, Barrett ,DeVoe, ;.Tenly'y Pablo Baptist Chuirh, 3044 an Pei ':'"a "rq s7,-st.- .r "-, -
,19.67. ".' ,".'"-' :""-9n' d' andwas, oi the board of direc- DeVoe, and Ee D'eVbe- '. ." Pablo -ROad S6uth,Js.lri ,.'.
-[-e'a d"A'idy two days tors of the Alzheimer's Visitatin. will be Thursday, "with the.Reverend Sicpg_','I Sy BWl : the r- _d )"--' '
aiffer' .; gigr ioni;;AlAust, 19, Fouindation of.Indianapolis. He MaftcW30,,fironm3to $ p~m."at -offcidting!:.'..-':' ". '" .'i;i';:-,' j--^^^jg; ;. *0 I ALL $ 0 i0t
.1,968... .*.'v'' ,:', was a memberSof ot central' the' Central b.clfstian"Churl, ,Sricesunder-tiedirietorinf, ,P
.He bega sfls"caree in'busi-' Christian, Cihurch In 'Carmel, 1'242 ;W.~, T36thiSt., iCarmel, Quinn-ShallFpneral'Home ,, UT U (Reg. $10) ,
S riess 4a'theiontiental Bank in Indiana."' Irdiaia; 46Q32 (37) 846230. ....- -
Chicagoh intheir;MBAfprogram. His 'greatest attributewa's his A: pr'iate merdiorial,'serviee will ..-.. m Smt
He' returnaedmto-.tanion, Indiana perseverance, according to fami be held ,on'Friday: ,,r i Ne y j Sun. -5 ,
to' work withhis father Paul ly No matter what trial he ever' lnieu ofiflowers; the family f' ,h', -
DeVoe w. owned DeVoe faced, he" would never never requests thatnemieorial gifts Le SubscrilbeToday! .... ..... G .to. w .sharpcuitsu_. com'
Che -Cadillc dealership. He quit. He lived bh Christian prin- sent to Little Star.Center, 12726 w h., is tx '" f 5or .$2 o. .anti ,
eventually lboughr- the dealer- ciplesand was always strivig to' Hamlltoro"r6ssiDglvd. or the O Getowo Know ',. ,-
ship and founded J.D.fByrider, a improve. He' carried a yelflo,', J.D.GbByieed e Faindation at a- nl Bea.Ie nt, d, FemrnsdlhtBeach'. -
natieoride 'fahchiseThebusi- notepad with; him at all tires, -128, I.i.tonb n ossi.g-.Blvd., ', You,'r;z ,,.-: :, ll.' .. :*'^ '
niess begati.franchisihg. 'i 4989 writing out his ideas aind -his "to Ca 3,-!'C mm2. i-. ommun
.and lia 1.2 locationss nationL do" list, and -his list was never S. ce. .dj,.edirecti6n ..
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by KATHY NICOLETTI
COLLmNIST
eptune Beach resident
Steve Robertson says
"the proof is in the
'pudding" when it comes to
his cooking.
, Robertson said he enjoys
watching people reach for
second and'third, helpings of
the dishes,he prepares.
A retired Duval County
public school teacher, coach
and administrator, Robertson
,also is'a published author
who'recently wrote a hand-
book. for youth soccer coach-
es, "Soccer Made Easy for
Americans" (Ocean
Publishing, $14.95).
". A cpokbookiof. his -recipes
isan-.ther book project in,
the works. ;
A native Floridian and a
former teacher and coach at
.Fletcheta&nd,-Mayport middle
schoolsl; .Rb'eitbbegan a
Jifelohg..iiterest -in cooking
when he was old enough to
stand on a chair to help his
mother cook, in his grand- .
mother's kitchen in Sebring.
Fried chicken, rice and
g',gravy; 'and.pies,.were some of
.thes'ta'ndards, fr.m 'his..moth-..'
er'skitc e;r, along, with more
'unique "old lorida." special-'.
ties like Coquiina Chowder.. '
'.Today, Robertsn, a' father,
of .tWo gr6wn daughters who
lives in a house close to the
ocean with his wife, Kathy,
does most.of the cooking ini
his household.
He.d.evelops recipes. by '
deciding on a..taste or ingre-.
dient that interests.him and
then kes. a, s.uj',ta bda pf p1s
However, he-s-ays that when
he' tries a new recipe he' said
"If m .wife doesn't like it, I
go back'.to start."
Robertson has more than
an ample number of original
recipes for-his cookbook but
is.in no rush 'to complete the
book., He has. published two'
autobiographical tovel's,
including "'Rajndch'Bod," .
abouthis- childhood in
Sebring, and-a book of poet-,' '
ry.' .- '. :" '4
A new novel is.in the .-
works in. addition',to the '
cookbook. He-aJso illustrated..
several of the "jetty Man"
series, books' by, Bach'es 'resi-
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His other interests include *
home remodeling,,wood-
working and fishing.
An exceptionally successful
fishing trip was the inspira-
,tion for Robertson's'Yahoo
Wahoo Fish Chowder.
Everyone on.the trip went
home with several pounds of
wahoo filets, he said, and a
big pot of chowder seemed
to be good way to use some
of his share of the catch,
Other types of saltwater fish
could also be used in this
recipe.
Robertson uses plenty of
spices and seasonings for fla-
vor in most dishes apid his
fish chowder is nio-excep-.
tion. Minced claris,.toma-
toes, peas, mushrooms, and
bacon are added to.the ,
heart stock.
The fish is cut in chunks,
seasoned, and then cooked.
separately in. butter and olive
oil. After the chowder hass,
cooked for a while, the fish.
is added just before serving.
His clam chowder is offi-
cially called Neptune Beach
-Clam Chowder. The light.
tomato broth in this recipe.is
seasoned with thyme; chives,
bacon and garlic. -
Robertson's Fall-Off-the-,
Bone Chicken or Turkeyv'i's.,,.,
made on the, grill. A foil tent
pabtia.ly encloses, a. weU-sea-.
soned chicken with a win.e ,-,,
broth that produces steam, to
self-bastes the bird.
Hickory or mesqqite...chips
add to the flavor of'the'bird-..
as it cooks. Rice and gravy
are almost required as aside
dish with the chicken and
the drippings and broth are.
perfect for.the base for the
gravy. ..
Robertson always cooks a
la.rge'chicken and any left-
overs become. ingredients for.
one of his hearty soups. He
begins making Chicken,, '.
.-Vege'table and Tomato Soup
Se. -RE PE, 1(1 '
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Neptune Beach resident Steve Robertson adds hickory or
mesquite chips to his grill for Fall Off the Bone Chicken or
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Members of the' Beaches Educational Foundation, from left; Zahn Williams, Claire Brennan, president Greg Franks and Nancy
Broner with new boardmembers Reid Wingate and Josh Corey. The Beaches Educational Foundation has raised funds, and award-
ed scholarships to deserving.Fletcher High grads'since 1985,. Scholarship applications for 2006 are available in the Fletcher guid-
ance office.'The deadline is April 17. Recipients will be' announced,,at the May 4 awards night. For more details, call Greg Franks at
249-0053.


SUMMER CAMPS


Kelly Pancake of Melbourne
and Alex Broner of Jacksonville
Beach were ,married Friday,
March 10, in Melbourne.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Tim Pancake of
Melbourne. She is a 2005 grad-
uate of Florida Atlantic
University in Boca Raton with
a bachelor's degree in fine arts.
The gloom is the son of Dr.
Tom and Nancy Bioner of
Jacksonville Beach. He is a
2000 graduate 'of Fletcher High


School and a 2005 graduate of
Florida Atlantic University,
where he received a bachelor's
degree in marine biology.
Trinity Pancake Graham was
the matron of honor. Travis
Graham was the best man.
The couple, who met while
participating on the FAU swim
team, were honored on March
17 at a reception at the
Jacksonville ZOO & Gardens.
They will reside in Neptune
Beach.
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is offering a summer camp and campand cheer experience is gartenI;.,proyidinig ,a "scool'-
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below, 'seid the information by Students will leafri. cheers, iing language, .socialization
e-mtail to editor@beach- chants, stunts *arid c'dances, skills;, fine-mdtor skills,
esleader.com for inclusion in and are,'grouped by age arid 'music, ,art'&,s crafts within a
future publications. grade level. Cost of eachdclin- sipall group--- a'great warm-
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mer camps arid activities to sneakers with socks, They patholsts,.ad educators
help keep even the most- shouldalso bring a bag lunch I,anguag, Learning &
demanding children. 'from and non-carbonated drinks Laughlmgith Fs'tFetorWord-
declaring boredom while' -r- water breaks for each day fori ages44-li-;' singg Fast
school is out. Fees are notilist- ;6of the, cainp. "Students will ForWord, aherapy .program
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Beaches area camps: Rgistration Iill be .held -in putefrgames .-in the areas of
S I Beaches '. Episcopal the 'main dofice beginning o. langu.age,- jnd re.[ing; fast-
Schooll's 'r5Sth "' St. '-'. April 24for o essidon i i- ; acedand i; days :aek,
Jacksonville -Beach. Phone: June 12 for Session II. Parents beginning June 1st for 6 8
(904) -246-2466.. Will beheld ca'iregisteidbeitweernSG,0 antld weeks, 100 minutes per day.
.June-iul.9 4-023;.June:26 30; 3 p.m.,TPMoridayS' through: .Readers & Writers
July, 10 "14;Jjuly -17 -! 21. Thursday 'at Fletcher Middle Workslhop 'fo'risming K ,lst.
During, the -morning camp School? 'Phone registrations'and 2n# grad us O u#ing stan-
program 9 a.m.-to"noo'n, chil- are not-accepted. If ygu hae' ,dards-bje'd6 .instructionh'al
dren:wi~ltbe.able to pick .twob any.quesftions, contact Robbie:? approach to readingand'W rltr-
differenti activities -for the Kniebeig, heer coach, at 247-- ing -taught by, certified and
Swevek that will last 1 1/4 hours '.5929, ext.;322. : '-' tandads trained" teachers..
each. Scraphooking, Zoo Beaches Chapel Summer intensiveid ifu"to increase
Discovery,. American- .Girl,' Camp'begins Tuesday, May readink'ievels'bofihn accura.
Computers, Cooking, 30, and ends .riday; July 28. cy-and' comprehension lots
Sports/Movement, Drama and 'The hours are 8a.m. to4 p;m. .' of hands-on activities, too- "
Music, 'Reacting En'richmiht; i, -Activities'are planned,.iirclud major goal" is [to help yodu.r
Math"' Enrich ment' Pottery, ing field tripssports, movies;" hild acquire a love for read
Crafts; "Percussion, and:Guitar swirhminig, arts' and crafts, ing arid-writing; 8.;30- :30 .
will' be offeredd. Free lunch 'at- 'chapels and 'mre' All stu- .Monday-- Friday, J)ine 5 30
noon for students .whoi regis-; dents- fom- ist'.t5th grades. '.:.' ".1"''" :' ''
tei for both morning arid are eligible t attend. Cost is i Contact the Center at. 280-
afternoon activities. For'a'fter-. $140 .per week for eight weeks" 008 Tfori more information
nood. activities from! 12:30 or more.;ofcamp and $145 per concerning loc10ation arid;.
p.m. to 3-,.p.m. children will week forl'ess than eigH'it Weeks costs. Spaces-are limitedd, '
be involved 'in a' variety of of camp.. Beachiet.. Chapel *'Boys "&' Girls-Clubs of'
board games- and- indoor Summer Camp is, located at Northeast Florida: (BGCNF)
active gamries/or arts arid '610 Flofida Blvd.' Contact' has summer captfips- ,at 1lb
craft's Extended care offered Jane ..Wil'o' at.:- 241-211 '.Clubs around' the Jacksohvillei
u'jtil 5- p.m. Camp operi i6": extensi h:7 ..., area. Date hdi" ts; fees arid
sttldents entering, Ist through -* Coastal Therapy & contacts for the' camps are
,6th grades .Enrollment limit 'Learniirig Center will offer .'listed in 'the iinfrinational
varies., 'by ":ourse/acti'fty;. several camps for childri&eof page 'elow. All C"iiCbs' are
Non-refundable' .deposit all ages and for those ,With open 9 aim.-6 p.m., Monday,
required special needs. Mind, Body & thoughg' Friday I'duriig the
The Fletcher .Middle Expression:, for; ages 5-10, t,,summer,' with the exceptioni
School cheerleaders, will providing instruction in yoga,, ofJuly,4 Early bird drop-off is
hold their annual Suimmer music & .moemenit, arts. & ivaiable- from'7-9 a.m., for a
Cheerleading Camps, starting crafts, and language'.& litera- fee of $O'.0"per week, pei child;
with session 1 -.June 549' and y; 8:30 -12:30'each day with-. The annual membership.fee..
Session II July .25-29. The certified yoga instructors, .to join. BGCNF'.is- $10,, and
camp will run from 9 a.m. occupational & physical ther- non-members can join ht any
'2 p.m.- in the gym at Fletcher'.- apist and '.speech-language neighborhood Club. Boys &
Middle School.'- Students .pathologist; June, 5 -30-. Girls .Club scholarships may
S rom Khidergarten toigrade' 7 f "Let's' Play School" for be' available. For additional


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Army' Pvt..'Amanda, P.
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basic combat, training- at Fort
, Jackson, Columbia, S.C.
,Hollis is the daughter of
Gregory Hollis' of Palri Bay,
Fla., and Sue Hollis of Ponte
Vedra Beach. She is a '2004
graduate of. Bayside High
School. ,
Navy Chief Petty Officer
Blake M. Nelson, whose wife,
Wendy, ik the daughter of
Barbara Perkins.of Melrose, ,Fla.
and James Perkins. of Atlaqrtic
Beach, recently was promoted
to his current rank while serv-
ing with Sea Control Sqpuadron
22, Naval Air. Station. Cecil.
Field, Jacksonville.
Nelson 'was promoted based
on sustained superior job. per--
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Re*ipes: Neptune Beach Clam Chowder


Griswold: Math tutor


Cont. from A-8
with the broth from co
the leftover chicken car
The flavor of all the
pieces of chicken that c
off the bones and the 1
over sliced chicken, alo
with fresh green beans,
nimushrooms, and tomato
make a bowl of this soi
delicious.
Robertson said his so
and chowders freeze we
there's no problem ma1
large pot even for a sm
family.

The following are some
Steve Robertson's recipes.

Neptune Beach
Clam Chowder

3 cans (14 oz). cans
in juice

1 can (14 oz.) sliced r
rooms

4 cloves of garlic,
chopped
1 bunch of chives,
chopped

1 capn (14 oz.) chicken:
broth

*I can (14 oz.) diced t
toes

S.'toimato chopped

I yellow onion, chop

salt and pepper .,

3 bottles of clam juic

3 stalks of celery, cho

5 slices of bacon, cho
1 tsp. dried thyme



Place the bacon in a
,' ppt over medium heat
saute while stirring occ
ally.until the fat is rele
and bacon is slightly
browned. Pour about o
half cup cold water in i
glaze the pot. Add the
onion, chopped tomato
ery, thyme, and garlic
cook 8 to 10 minutes u
the vegetabless are softe

Pour in the chicken 1
ciam juice, and diced t
tqes. Salt and pepper tl
chowder. Bring to a slo
and-immediately reduce
heat;to simmer for 10
minutes. Stir often. Pot
the clams and juice, ch
and mushrooms. Cook
two nore minutes and
Makes 6 to 8 servings.

Yahoo Wahoo F
Chowder

A:

5 cans (14 oz.) chick
broth

6 cans (6.5 oz.) minc
clams with juice

3 cans (15 oz.) peas
2 cans (14.5 oz.) dice
tomatoes

1 can (15 oz.) tomato
sauce

8 oz. sliced mushroo

8 oz. sliced baby bell
mushrooms
"(other types can
substituted)

2 cups water

1 T"sea salt

freshly ground black
per (about a tsp.)

2 bottles (8 oz.) clam

B:

one bunch of celery


oking
rcass.
small
cook
eft-
>ng

toes
up
)ups
ell so
king a
all

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clams'

mush-


olive oil

Pinot Grigio

5 lb. or more of fish

butter

cayenne pepper

2 bunches of green chives

one whole garlic bulb

coariander

cardamom

white pepper

soy sauce

7 yellow onions

Worcestershire sauce

Garlic powder

1 large lemon


Pour the ingredients listed
in group A in a large pot
(three or more gallon size)
and start the heat on low.
Stir occasionally.
n.
In a large skillet cook the
bacon. When done, remove
toma- the bacon and chop up
small. Add to the pot.

Pour 2 T olive oil and a
half stick of butter in with
)ped the bacon drippings. Add
the following: 7 onions,
chopped small; bunch of cel-
ery, sliced thin. Saute until
-e they start to brown. Add the
sauteed mixture to the pot.
)pped Use a little Pinot Grigio to
deglaze the skillet; add to
)pped the pot.

Melt one stick of butter in
the skillet and add more
olive oil.

large Have 5 Ibs. or more of
and wahoo or other fish (filleted
:asion- and skinned) chopped up
ased into bite-size pieces that are
about 1 or 2 inch cubes in
ne- size. Any type of salt water
to de- fish can be used.

o, cel- Put the fish into a large
and- baking pan and squeeze the
until fresh lemon juice all over it.
ned. Sprinkle Worcestershire
sauce over it and finish with
broth, soy sauce. Sprinkle cayenne
oma- pepper over top of all the
he .- fish. Sprinkle coriaridelrand"''
w boil cardamom over the fish.
e the Sprinkle salt, garlic powder,
more and freshly ground pepper
ur in over it.
ives,
for Over medium heat, add
serve, the fish to the skillet. When
the fish has started to turn
white, juice will build up in
ish the bottom of the pan, pour
this into the pot. Add one
whole garlic bulb chopped
small into the pan with the
fish. Turn the fish often. Do
en not stir as this will break up
the fish. When the fish
appears to be cooked (do not
ed overcook) lift it back and put
it on a clean baking sheet.
Pour the liquid out of the
skillet into the pot. Place the
skillet back on the heat and
.d when all the moisture is
gone, de-glaze with a little
more of the wine and pour
) into the pot. Remember to
keep stirring the pot.

ms Slice two bunches of
chives in thin circles. When,


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be





pep-


i juice


3 pieces of bacon


the mixture in the pot is just
below boiling, turn it off
and add the chives on top.
Let it sit for 15 minutes.,
Then pour in the fish. Serve.

Makes 2 to 3 gallons of
chowder; ideal for freezing
for later meals. ,

Roasted Fall-Off-the-
Bone Chicken or:
Turkey

1 large whole chicken or
turkey

chopped garlic

ground oregano

hickory chips

1 can chicken broth

1 stick of butter
seasalt

coriander

Pinot Grigio

powdered garlic

black pepper

thyme

lemon or lime juice

rock salt (for turkey)
soy sauce

rubbed sage

basil

rosemary

cardamom

McCormick's Cajun sea-
soning

Line the bottom of a cook-
ie sheet type pan that has
high sides with aluminum
foil. Then pull off another
sheet of foil large enough to
completely surround the
chicken and center it in the
bottom of the pan.

Wash a large whole chick-
en and place in the pan with
the legs up. Melt 1 stick of
butter and add the same
amount of fresh squeezed
lemon or lime juice. Stir in
two heaping T of.Cajun sea-
soning! Using'an injector,
inject the butter mixture
into the meat of the chick-
en.

Sprinkle the whole chicken
with Pinot Grigio and pour
one-half cup in the bottom
of the large sheet of foil
under the bird. Sprinkle one-
fourth cup soy sauce over
the bird. Pour the chicken
broth into the pan.

Sprinkle sea salt liberally
on both sides of the bird.
Spoon on top of the bird,
bottled chopped garlic and
spread it very thickly over
the chicken. Use a table-
spoon and fork to paste it
on. Dust powdered garlic
over the top of the bird.
Sprinkle the top of the bird
with black pepper, to taste
but rather heavy, and follow
up with a liberal sprinkling
of ground oregano, thyme,
rosemary, cardamom, corian-
der, ground basil, and
ground sage.


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Fold the foil over the top
and gather the two ends; but
leave two sides open so the
grill gasses can pass through.
The liquid in the bottom of,
the pan will boil and the
"marinade steam" will con-
dense inside the top of the
foil and drip back over the
bird, self-basting it.

'Add wet hickory or sage
chips to the fire. Use either a
flat metal can that tuna
comes in and set it on the
lava rocks under the grill; or
use commercially available
iron containers which are set
on the grid next to the lava
rocks. Big chunks of hickory
work best;

Start the grill and when it
heats up, place the pan on
one side of the grill. Cook
over a hot fire. For two
burner grills, place the pan
on one side and turn the
pan end for end after 25
minutes. Turn the burner
under the bird to low after 1I
hour. Make sure that the
sides of the foil are open. '

Allow the chicken to,cook
two to two and a half hours,'
depending on the size of the
bird. Make sure at least a
quarter inch of liquid is in
the bottom of the ftoil inside
the pan. Add water if it gets
dry. When the chicken is
done test with a thermome-.
ter or insert a knife which
should slide in almost by
itself) take the bird off the
fire. Cover and let sit for 15.
minutes.
Use a very sharp knife to
carve the bird into large,
thin slices. Spoon the juice
from the bottom of the pan
and pour over each slice on
the platter. The juice may
also be used for flavoring for
gravy as rice and gravy are
almost a must with this
meal. Serve immediately.

To make turkey: soak it
in brine made with 4 lb. of
rock salt, water, and 1 bottle
of honey. Soak for three
hours; remove and rinse.
Apply spices, etc. as above.


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Cont. from A-8
Griswold and Mann first
met at a neighborhood party
in Atlantic Beach when
Mann was Fletcher's princi-
pal and Griswold had just
retired from CSX.
"I thought about doing
some consulting work when I
retired," recalled Griswold,
"but I always volunteered
when I was in high school
and college. So I asked Elaine,
who is my neighbor, if she
needed a, volunteer math
tutor. She hooked me up with
one student and I've had a
waiting list ever since."
Griswold tutors students
during the first two, lunch
periods at Fletcher and for
the last two periods of the
school day.
Her work station is a con-
ference table in the guidance
department, a far cry from
her former high-rise office at
.CSX, where she rose to assis-
tant VP of cost and economic
analysis, once winning the'
'railroad company's award of
excellence.
Griswold said she received
.a "big cash. award" for the
CSX honor and a vacation
trip to the historic Greenbrier
resort in. the Alleghany
Mountains.
Griswold said she received
a more. coveted, reward last.
December on Christmas Day
in"the form of a thank you
call from a former Fletcher
student who had just learned
that she had graduated from
Navy boot camp in Great
Lakes, Mich.
S"Mrs. Griswold. I just want
Syou to know thfit I will never
forget what you did for me,".
said Griswold, reciting the
phone message.
"She was one of my FCAT
students who had passed the


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math portion but not the
reading. I told her that she
could take the FCAT again in
June and that I. would work
with her on the reading. She
passed, got her diploma."
"We don't have any chil-
dren so to be involved with
these students is just enjoy-
able in itself. All I need is a
phone call like that on
Christmas."
Griswold and her husband,
Scott, are both retired engi-
neers who relocated to
Atlantic Beach in 1983. Scott,
a former electrical engineer
for JEA, volunteers for
Beaches Habitat for
Humanity.
The couple met when they
both worked in the oil busi-
ness in Louisiana, Janet for
Texaco and Scott for an oil
drilling company.
Both earned master's
degrees from the University
of NorthFlorida.
Griswold doesn't have a
teaching degree, but-that did-
n't stop Mann from trying to
hire her ,as a teacher at
Fletcher a few years ago;
Griswold says she was flat-
tered' by Mann's offer but the
flexibility, that comes with ,
'being an unpaid -volunteer
allows her to take time off
whenever she wants.
But not too much 'time.
"I'm pretty much here the .,
whole school year," '.said"
Griswold, who will vie'for the
state adult voluinteer'of the
year award next month at the
Florida Association of
Partners in Education. confer-
ence in Daytona Beach.
"I would not have thought
that seven or eight years later
I would still be sitting here.?
doing this. Now, I can't imag- '
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FROM STAFF
The Foundation Academy's
annual spring concert,
"Sounds of Spring," Mill be
held on Thursday March 30, at
7 p.m. at Neptune Baptist
Church. The event is free to the
public. For more details, call
241-3515.
Beaches residents Carlos
Garland of Douglas Anderson
School of the Arts and Sterling
Poole of Fletcher High School
earned merit awards in the
annual Presidential Scholars in
the Arts Program. Merit win-
ners placed in the top 10 per-
cent of all national applicants.
Garland was cited for world
dance forms and Poole for pho-
tography. The Presidential
Scholars Program is adminis-
tered by the U.S. Department
of Education to honor some of
the nation's most distinguished
graduating high school seniors.
*
Eleven Beaches students were
among 43 Duval County win-
ners in the National PTA's
Reflections program, which
encourages artistic expression.
Richard Kohlhaas of
Neptune Beach Elementary
and Hayley Hawkinberry of
Jacksonville Beach Elementary
placed second and fifth, respec-
tively, in the literature catego-
rV.
Grant de la Vasselais and
Madison Sullivan of
lackson-ille Beach Elementary
placed second in the photogra-
phy division. Jenna
Richardson* of Jacksonville
Beach .was third, Jacob
Arlington of Neptune Beach
Elementary was fifth and
Allison Archer of Fletcher
High wyas ninth.


Alexa Horn of Jacksonxille
Beach Elementary placed
fourth in the music division.
Mia Mohrman of Neptune
Beach and Adam Snowden of
Jacksonville each placed first in
the visual arts category. Josh
Suss of Neptune Beach was
fifth.
*
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.
*
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.
*
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 students.
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.
*
Instructors are needed to
teach after-school communi-
ty education classes for chil-
dren 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
249-0289 or via email at bar-
bara@playersbythesea.org.
*
The Fletcher Middle School
Advisory Council meets once
a month for approximately one
hour. Call 221-0498.
.
Seabreeze Elementary is
accepting donations of books
for classroom libraries. Books of
any level will be accepted.
Please bring donations to the
front office at 1400 Seabreeze
Ave. Call Kathy Herlihy at 247-
5900.
St. Paul's Catholic School
will accept registrations for the
2006-2007 school year for stu-
dents in grades Pre-K4 through
8th Grade who are not already
attending. Parishioners, non-
parishioners and non-
Catholics may stop by the
school office or call after 8:30
a.m. at 249-5934 and complete
a School Inquiry Form.
Siblings of students already
enrolled are given first prefer-
ence followed by active parish-
ioners, non-parishioners and
non-Catholic families.


photos submitted
ABOVE: Fletcher High math tutor Janet Griswold (second from right) was among three volun-
teers recognized by the Duval County School Board last month. Fletcher High principal Helene
Fitspatrick (far right) attended the board meeting. BELOW: Fletcher Middle School held its Sixth
Grade Reading Tournament last month. Five teams competed against each other answering
questions based on 33 books. Tonya Davis' Osprey team scored 55 points to claim the title.


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March 29, 2006 Players Championship B-4
March 29, 2006wgrass for Payewin.





Ames tames Sawgrass for Players win.


Golf's big guns fade


down stretch Sunday


By ROBERT DeANGELO
SPORTS EDITOR


Phoo by ROB DeANGELO
Players champion Stephen Ames'celebratep.is victory .after clinching the title on the 18th green Sunday. Ames, a native of Trinidad
now living in Canada, shot a 5-under par 67 ih the final round to claim the 2006 title by six shots over runner-up Retief Goosen.




Ponte V.d...ans"cannot keep
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crystal tophy from leaving


IF. ,k,,who, led The Players after the first the day.
By ROBERT DeANGELO a d second 'rounds, had a bogey-plagued Furyk, meanwhile, rebounded to shoot
SPORTS EDITOR qn. Saturday' but- was still just four an even par 72 in the final round to finish
strokes_6ff the lead. And Funk, at 3-under,. in a four-way tie for third. The 35-year-old
For a while it seemed the Wtrford wAs"still lurking on the leaderboard as play was pleased 'with his round and happy
Crystal might stay in Ponte Vedra Beach. be n Sunday., '' things didn't spiral completely out of con-
Area residents Vija", Singh, J-;F Furyl ,V .Adisatru, front nine knocked Singh trol Saturday, as they did in the second
and 2005 champion FredFu, k we ,i' 'frn contentibn quickly. Three bogeys on ,round for playing partner Davis Love Ill.
the hunta play began -Sday i. tli ,final is fist five holes and double bogey on the Love and Furyk both had terrific open-
round Of The Players Clhainr"iu -.the Fijian to' 1-under. A pair ing rounds Thursday amidst dreary, wet
Singh, at. 8-under,,W as just; on114V_ rdies on-the back nine was offset by conditions. Playing in the same'group,
behind third round 1eaider Stophe i'gey and Srigh n fined 5-over for each carded a -unider 65 to share the lead.
OR r O "' 'l'' '; On Friday, :however, while Funyk main-
tained his.steady. pace and even stretched
Sl d la his lead bs a stroke to 8-under, Love was a.
NPht.a rotrnty dreadful 17 shots worse than the pre-
novioous day. Love's round of 83 dropped him
99 places in the standings and the Georgia
native missed the cut.
A similar fate befell 2004 Players cham-
pion Adam Scott. The 25-year-old
Australian, who -had climbed to within
N lIbyone stroke of thh lead at 7-under on Friday,
shot a woeful 82 in the third round to
plummet down the leaderboard.
vOn Saturday. it was Furyk who found
trouble all over the Stadium Course but
managed to avoid a Love-like implosion
with some nifty par saves and a stellar
short game.
'This golf course can be severe," the
Ponte Vedra resident said. "The greens
were playing as difficult as I've ever seen
them and the weather wasn't even that
bad. I think there were times in my round
aturday that I would really have put up a
Sbig number, but I didn't and managed to
v keep it together even though I wasn't play-
h. V ing well."
Like many 'before him Sunday, Funk
found the Stadium Course exceptionally
difficult to na gate. Five bogeys led to a 2-
over par 74 ada tie for 16th place. Still,
fegiven the distactions, commitments and
media attention that goes with being the
defending Players champion, Funk's four
days were' all that bad.
After handing the crystal trophy to this
year's champion Stephen Ames during a
greenside.ceremony at the 18th, Funk said
fthe course took its toll on most of the
players.
"It just shows how tough it can be out
here. If you're even a little bit off, it's real-
ly difficult to score," he said. "The golf
our porseplayed extremely hard over the
givn hedih'atins cmmQ`ets0n
2.5M weerend.a" ha bd


birdies at 16 an
knew it was to(
"[Ames]] pla,


Golf's big guns mostly fired It was pretty c
blanks in the final iound of The but he pla:
Players Championship Sunday, Goosen said. "I
but unheralded Stephen Ames it at the end."
breezed through the Stadium The newly-.
Course firing a 5-under par 67. champion b
to secuir ,,th.e crystal trophy. reporters by
The-', Vear-old. Trinidad -might skip
native, 1who now lives in Masters to h(
Canada, turned his one-stroke commitment '
Saturday. night lead into a six-- have no pla
shot victory as any and all chal- Augusta," sai
lengers melt-
ed away...Some. ,
of the sport's ,
biggest names T
succumbed 'to,' This is big, ThIS IS

setup t ck.characterized as the
Sawgrass on, fifth major. I beat the
Sunday. .i jay,
Singh and 'op players in the world.
Sergio Garcia,
both a stroke
behind Ames
as the final Stephen Ames
round began,, 2006 Players champion
combined to
shoot 11-over par and tumbled my family."
from contention early. Ernie Els But by
mounted a charge with four reversed field
birdies on the front nine to Toronto radio
climb to within two shots of the indeed play in
lead but bogeys on 14 and 15, "It 'was som
plus a double bogey on .17 left talk to my fair
the big South African frustrated made that dec
with his finish. While th
Relief Goosen made a late Players Club f
surge but bogeys on 13 and 15 of golf's vete
left him too far'behind.. the weekend, a
For Ames, however the pin rose to the occ
placements ahd slippery greens mer Universit
that bedegvIledl m'arg.cee players Camilo Villeg
throughout-'.the tournamentt round 71 to I
presented. few prd6ilem's. On third with Pat
Jrday,;.'Ames'.fourid trouble, and Henrik S
only once a' plugged 'lie in a who began tL
greenside bunker' at the 10th first alternate
hole that led to a double bogey' gained entry
and swd.*E. q.i thnm mrrefht e vnh6rN fc
two'.-". ..- -DeMarco with
Ames rebounded nicely 'with, rib injury suff"
birdies on two of, the next three The third pI
holes and again built hislead.to somewhat bit
e,b Columbian, h(
t~'a pical practice'roumd moved him up
right here," Amies joked.. of money list, on
shooting a final round 67. "This ing a spot in ti
is big. This is characterized as "I gave it mv
the fifth major. Beat the top like it's not gc
players in the world." said Villegas, n
Runner-up Retief Goosen, pointment. "
playing three groups ahead of will be plenty
the leader, was pleased with in the future."


id 18 but said he
o little too late.
yed unbelievably.
lose at one stage
yed awesome,"
He ran away with
crowned Players
briefly stunned
indicating he
next month's
honor a vacation
vith his family. "I
.ns to play at
d Ames, whose
wife Jodi was
di ag n.os e d
with caficer in
May of 2005
and had half a
lung removed
last July. "I'd
rather go on
vacation to be
truthful. It's a
chance for us
to spend some
quality time
together. My
priorities have
always been
Monday Ames
d and told a
station he will
the Masters.
nothing I had to
lily about before I
vision he said.
e Tournament
lunmmoxed many
rans throughout
it least one rookie
casion. Flashy for-
y of Florida 'star
gas ,shot a final.
land in a .tie for
Perez, Jim Furyk,
Stenson. Villegas,
ie week listed as
for the Players,
into the touma-
tnfer Gator hris -
drew Becars of a
ered while skiing.
lace showing was
ttersweet for the
however, because it
p to No. 11 on the
e slot shy df earn-
he Masters.'
y' best and it looks
going to happen,"
asking his disap-
Hopefully," there
of Masters for me


Photo by ROB DeANGELO
Tiger Woods reacts with frustration after missing a birdie oppor-
tunity at the seventh hole Sunday. Woods shot a final round 75
to finish in a tie for 22nd at 1-over par.


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Page 2B The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader March 29, 2006

FISHING




Cold wind slows down the big catches


A cold wind roughed up'
* both the ocean and the
ver last week slowing all
fishing, considerably.
On Thursday the muddy
water surrounding the Jax,
Beach Pier cleared up and poles
began to bend. Whiting,,
sheepshead, redbass, drum and
pompano came over the rail in
a hurry.
, Veteran angler Mike Young-
blood caught 67 whiting and a
14-inch pompano. Michael
Mullins cleaned a 6.5-pound
sheepshead. Tom Williams had
an 11-pound drum and a four-
pound pompano in his cooler.
Jason Ogden, Jordan Harris,
Hank Hugnenin and John
Humphrey were others who
had significant catches of whit-
ing, sheepshead and pompano.
Jetty guide Fred Morrow
entertained Tom Forbess and
his son Major last Tuesday
morning. They' caught 24
sheepshead up to eight pounds.
On Thursday Capt. Fred and
friends Mike Prentice and Nick
Giesham fished the rocks for 34
sheepshead.
Getting offshore last week
was tough but Capt. George
Strate had anxious and ready to


WIMPY SUTTON
FISHING LEADER

go anglers on Tuesday aboard'
the "Mayport Princess." They
fished in 69 degree water 30
miles offshore returning with
10 snapper to 12 pounds and
coolers filled with beeliners.
On Wednesday canal guide
John Dyrssen and Dwight
Hibbard used finger mullet and
live shrimp under a cork and
caught eight redbass to seven
pounds and seven trout to 16
inches.
James Gergley and his friend
John out of B&M Bait and
Tackle last Monday used jigs
and live shrimp back in the
canal and caught 18 redbass to
30 inches, eight flounder, a


sheepshead and a trout.
On Wednesday James and
Gary'James teamed up aboard'
the "Head Hunter" for 17 red-
bass to eight pounds,' four
flounder and several trout.
Capt. George Bull and his
friend Steve Danzig fished sever-
al secret spots near Nassau
Sound last Friday and caught 10
redbass, two trout and a floun-
der. All were caught on jigs and
live shrimp.
Capt. Dave Sipler, with Jim
Finn and their friend Bob, put
their jigs and live shrimp along
the river bank and netted 25
trout to three pounds and four
sheepshead to six pounds.
Capt Kirk Waltz with his
guests on the "Enterprise" over
the weekend caught 12 redbass,
12 trout and two flounder. All
caught on jigs and live shrimp.
On another trip Capt. Kirk
fished with Leerie Jenkins in the
canal using jigs and live shrimp
and caught 13 redbass, six
flounder, 11 trout and a sheeps-
head.
On Sunday Capt. Kirk and Jim
Cunningham fished the big jet-
ties and caught 14 sheepshead,
seven redbass, two ringtails and
a four-pound speckled trout.
Good Fishing.


Pnolo submined
Ann Lafort caught these two big snapper on a recent trip offshore aboard the "Sea Dancer" with
Captain Dennis Young. One snapper weighed 17 pounds and the other 23 pounds.


. Ty Purgason, left, and
Roy Cox with Ty's first
wahoo this year. The
fish was caught on a
trip March 12.






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Young Jordan Harris with his four and a half pound sheepshead caught last week from the
Jacksonville Beach Pier.


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Weaver and 12-
year-old David
Weaver on the
B.E. with 35-
year-old John
Campbell. They
caught 16 kings
chumming off
the Gate Station
in 1973. They
got their chum
from Captain
Gerald Pack on
his shrimp boat,
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Page 3B


m. Love's collapse and Ames' win



were the best Players stones


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., *'" ,'' Photo by ROB DeAFI'GELO
2006 Player cfiampion Stephen Amrres gets readyto tap in his
fihjn Ipar putt 0oi.i 1t84t green Sunday ,,
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The last of the "old-time"
Players Championships
finally went out with a
bang Sunday after a rather
ho-hum three days.
Until Canadian Stephen
Ames finished the last round
with a bang-bang 67 that
buried his-closest chasers to
win by sLx shots, the closest
thing to a big story was the
Titanic collapse of Davis Love
Ill, the first round co-leader
who went on to miss the cut.
'Hours before Ames claimed
the 2006 Players title, in a
conversation with Brian
Goin, who is the executive
director of The Players
Championship (not executive
director of the "TPC"), it was
agreed that Love had fur-
nished the media and fans
with the biggest story and he
.wasn't even on the course
'any longer.
[Love's collapse and the
return of Tiger Woods from a
family visit to California were
the prime topics of discussion


PRESS BOX


early. It wasn't considered a
big story that defending
champion and Ponte Vedra
favorite son Fred Funk slipped
in his quest to repeat all the
way to a tie for seventh place
. with two self-destructing
rounds of 74. That was no big
news. The curse of the TPC
Stadium Couise had just
claimed another defending
champion.
Nor. was the failed effort of
another local fave, Vijay


Singh, who killed his chances'
Sunday with a 77 or yet
another local, Jim Furyk, who
might have had a chance to
derail Ames but for a jolting
75 on Saturday, considered
big news.
No, until Ames made his
amazing Sunday finish, the
big stories were Love's abrupt
departure from the scene and
the failed try by Tiger Woods,
who dropped down to a tie
for 22nd place. The strain of
his trip and an ill father
could account for Woods'
mental break, but other
favorites just had a time deal-
ing with the tough Stadium
Course even on a brilliant
day.
"We can't complain about
the weather today," Goin said
Sunday. "This is the kind of
day and conditions we hope
for when we go to May next
year. And after last Thursday's
messy rain and last year's
weather, today is just all we
could hope for."
Ames deserved his victory.


In utter frustration he had
chased winner Craig Perks all
the way to the end four years
ago only to come up empty.
Since then. the Trinidad
native had found frustration
in almost every meet, having
only a seventh-place finish in
the Honda to showfor his
year's work.
This time Ames and his "lit-
tle' brother, 33-year-old
Robert, who does his caddy-
ing and usually second-guess-
ing, pushed the right buttons
and left the field with egg on
their foes' red faces. Stephen
rightfully gave his younger
(by eight years) sibling a bear
hug, not to mention a
healthy check, for his four
days work.
the old saying, "Whom the
gods favor they first seem to
destroy," or words to that
effect, never fit any Players
champion as much as they
did the Ames brothers on
Sunday the last time this
tournament will be contested
in March. A fitting finish.


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Scenes from The Players



Championship


The world's No.
1 ranked player,
Tiger Woods,
draws a crowd
wherever he
goes. Here
Woods tees off
on the 10th
hole Friday in
front of a huge
gallery that
would travel
with him
throughout the
day.


Photos by Rob DeAngelo


Paraguay's Carlos
Franco reacts after
missing a short putt
at the 15th hole
Saturday during the
third round of The
Players
Championship.
Franco shot a four-
: round total of 294tto .
finish in a tie for 45th
place.


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ATTENTION
INVESTORS
TWO TOWNHOUSES, 2BR2BA, 1200sl
each. With ADDITIONAL BUILDING LOT,
East of AlA, NEPTUNE BEACH.
$1,200,000. 246-8267
FSBO INTRACOASTAL Walerway. deep
water access, 3BR/2.5BA. 1800sl, 2 car
garage newly remodeled, 2 boal Iths
i1-covered), $589,000. 463-0505


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NORTH CAROLINA

MOUNTAINS!!

LAND & CABINS FOR SALE

A new mountain development

in Western North Carolina offering spectacular long
range mountain views! I to 7 acre parcels starting
@ $39,900 to $89,900. Two lane paved roads,
underground utilities and beautiful 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


2 Special Properties

On The Ocean in Atlantic Beach
A Lovely, 2-story townhouse with nice yard and
deck on the beach, 2 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms.

On The River looking into Downtown Jacksonville
3,250 sq. ft. Rancher, 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms,
2 car garage, new dock & bulkhead.
Rooms in both houses have great views of water!
$975,000 for each
Call (904)403-3409


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HIGHLAND-GLEN
Beautiful "under construction" nome In
gated community. 4 bedrooms plus bonus
room, large lot. 3 car garage and much
more. Offered at $795.000.
SAN PABLO CREEK
3BR/2BA home In Spn Pablo Creek. Spa-
cious floor plan, lenced backyard and
backing on to pond. Offered at $258,900.
VILLAS AT MARSH LANDING
t BR/1BA home, beautifully decorated and
with fireplace and screen room overlook-
ing the marsh. Offered at $159,500.
VILLAGES OF PABLO
3BR/2BA beautifully remodeled home in
popular Villages of Pablo. New roof, new
Ille and carpel, new stainless appliances
in kitchen, repainted inside and out
Fenced, private backyard. Offered at
$229,000.
WINDSOR POINTE
2BR/2BA home In Windsor Pointe Up-
stairs unit, fireplace, barber carpet. vault-
ed ceiling, large master bedroom. Offered
at $158,900.
NEWLY CONSTRUCTED WITH
BONUS ROOM
4BR/3BA newly constructed Mercedes
built home. Huge bonus room looll Land-
scaped yard and a great floor plan. Of-
fered at $395.000.
SPACIOUS SEAVIEW PARK HOME
3BR/2.5BA home. Outstanding coral rock
fireplace, granite counters, tongue and
grooved wood paneled, ceilings., private
rear yard. great neighborhood and much,
much more, Offered at $650.000
Help-U-Sell Coastal Realty
335 Jacksonville Dnve
Call: 904-241-4447:
Free Weekly List,
www.helpusell.com/coastalrealty
BEAUTIFULLY REMODELED JAX
BEACH HOME. Located at 1404 Declara-
non Dr. This 3BR/2.5BA has too much to
lisl. Asking $349.000. Call (904)563-1516.
DUPLEX, 1ST St. Neptune Beachn 500FT
TO BEACH,. (2) modem 2BR, 1BA w/
porch, Ig lot.. $629,000. Will co-op. By
appf 246-9331 or (cell) 607-4766.'.
NORTH JAX Beach. 3BR/2BA w/pool, 10
blocks ocean,, poolhouse, 76'x176' lot.
$369,900. Jay (904)219-0778. ,


3BR FORECLOSURE, only $28,0001 Must -
sell.For lslngs00-7498124'ex1490. 'TC'SPE IAL '
FSBO. 10TH Ave. ,South, Jax Beach POOL HOME" IN JAX BEACH, FL
3BR/1.5BA, fenced, carport.' Refurbished, 3BR/2BA, '2151sf., 2 car garage, ;gated
like new. $390k. 398-0232, comm. HW &'tiled Iloors, open floor plan,
SS appliances, ,g laundry loom. Many up-
1536st, pool,'. F P, ,eront, $399K, ,(904 859575" 1,463 BlU Hron Ln E.'.
607-1030. '
,FSBO AS ls- House & 80'x115' lot, 5
blocks to' beach, .1126 5th Street North.
$299k, 553-7203., -,,..e
SOUTH JAX Beach. '2BR/2BA Town- -FLAGLER:CROSSING 2BR/2BA, mot-
: house. Lovely neighbbriood,. 416 36lh- vgte'd-selerI $2V9l00. 1'A Reality Sery- .
-- ;. Ave. $279,90.0. .(904)613-9896: wy.own- 'lces,-Il?(9p4).49-.8855;..
ersgcor:n IDTMW9867-'' :... .. '.. "
erscom IDTM 9867- -PVB -,$219i,-'.gated,, 2/2 conao," lanai,'
PONTE-VEDRA; FSBO. .3BR/2BA,Corian .lirepl, top ,'lr, ;premo pool and lake-view.
-countertops,'1250sf. Fireplace, 1fcar ga- bch ,access, .5. Star amenities, Unit 107
rage; community pool' Walk- to Ocean. -next to clubhse. A3IA, clse toTPC & JTB.
$269,000. 463-0505. FSBO (904)338-4137.', .


NEPTUNE BEACH. 'FSBO, "AS IS"
house;&.75'x138 lot.-501 Oceanwood Dr.
S$259,900 (904)887'7669;. '...
SATLANTIC 'BEACH:' 186. 1 Bechsside
SC'durr,,' block itd Ocean 3BR'2BA on cuI:.
de-sac,: lovely, nelglrboihoo0. $649,000.
(904)249-2268'-(904)651-9081. .'
ATLANTIG.';BEACI-H. FSBO.:780 Jasmine
St., 3BR/2BA- New CH&A h'naradwoo.
floors," 12'24'.encosedporch Large lot.'
- _$.94;060.0 '1:8290p,'742-6227.,.,.-:-;. -


PONTE.VEDRA Beach'. Renovated In/out.
Up-scale beach'access. Amdhitles. Open.
Hous'p Saturday, 'Snoday,' ?-4pmn. Call
. 887- 248.' :, : ,. .
V.LtNCIA -CONpO,':'Jhx. BeachtPVB.
, Ne., construction, 2Bt/2BA. Concierge.
spa poo:,,,. S'ai'f'. Marcb' style.:. See._ a
www.valQnclaco"ndos.com. 'Askng
$404,900.(pis6uated). 904.-:6167975; ,


JAX' BEACH, ..:Beacn .Terracpde, ,Ocean
views! .'Like-nevwuxury .condo;: $849,000.
Murphy R !5C2pz.5,36910() .


PRE. 'CONSTRUCTION.' -South r. ,Jax --f .,p VB OCEAiN:GROVE-2/2/+
SBeach.Townhomes:less then'6 blocks Lakeview- 'Fireplace- Newl.Save $14kthis
.to'-the beach-' .1602 squaresrs reet eek No.'cdo'fees 1 earl. Into --pib's:
S3BR/2.SBA garage $394 00,Q,Call Jhn 727-458-4230;.-$218K FSBO.MostSee
.Wofe0l0 LcensedOR.EiBroker, 699 8827. .-- -S '""' '-'" .'
www.eIItehomesfl. ;," -, ,2BRi5B.A' ut,Sps.r the
*-- :..- _.. '.'f-r.-;. ," '_,'.-r 6-,;,-. ."I,-,. -, .. dv r-ae'acrO sfro d'.tlelupoo Newlyd tem od.'.-
.- NEW CONSTRUCTION! repdy ,in.May; e :aled, :WDH;,, CMr/,; alar,'m.ytst"'Clse to
South Ja Beach.i Beutiful Townhorie, -downtow $1i32000 opssible.leas'op-
less.'.than'"8 ,blocks "to the beach- ;tion 571-1112,., *i '; .... ","- :, -'-, ,
445884sf. 3BR/4.5BA, ,de2 o'cfic garage. O O -- 1
359.000 Call John WoIfel, Licensed -'. c .
R/E '. Broker (904)699-8887. I I-_i'-l i




hardwood floors, formal'living, and dnLtng.,- 1BR/ B '-,iid driwd: :prc; -iana:
'-pool andc spa, screened laniairwithhot tub ,,, "--hcelnhoei6' pol exercise 'r6od n :.-
lush landscaping andloaded. $750,000.- F7B5q0'I nou.''bhoioi28e,5ot e'".' x :-c 'R.
Phyllis Slaihes, 904:476-SOLD'. RE/MrAX- .s $180 2850'40 :- -
Coasial Real Estate'. wwwpstaines.cbm ..- JAX .BEACH., NEWER 2BR/2BA' Many -
.. :-- .ugrades:..200si.9ft beilins w/fans;
-. oPeN'HUS. -walkicloset; ki(che al aplianc-es
.SUNDAY, 12no6n-4pm.-.'620 Paradise -.wiasher/dryer ; terrace fireplace ,..garager.- -
-- Court, Aianic Beach: 3BR/2BA. -Security-;-:system '.FSBO-:$225,500.--
$284,500. 8039 3260. .... ..-- .77. .. E -.- ', .1 ." .,
:' .:"NEPTUNE "BEACH. 3BR/2BA .1750sf, AFFORDABLE: LUXURY., ,Miniules to,I,
hardwood Iloors, 4 blocks to Beach; Lot,.' iBeach&' HistQric' downtowni & 'jFem'adina .
70'x100' 412 SouthSreet $399,000.. BachTwo urpihd dels 3BR
"'McGui'rei Mortgage;"246,99'15.' ',- Prices,.tan';at.$185;900..Call for morein-,i
S..... formation L.- PALMS AT-_AMLIA.
SNEAR. MAYO'.Clinic(off San 'Pablo., (904)277-1983 ,-
3BRo2BA:;2car, remodeled. $3-15 000. 'ln- .Iwwhepa mslamelia c6
oependenh'Brokers. 7-10-3111. .-. ...... .I'Hb 'el Coasla Realty -
'' SAN 'MARCO Charmer Iiemodeled 2BR OCEANFRONT- S. -Jax BeachN'-Never .
den;.-xNew.;.'Kitc.heh .bath,'.GH&A'& .win--'"lived-in',-,Mrdfloor.-unit 'I the Watermark.-d
: aows.4,'Large 'corner Iot w/djuble garage : .3Fi/3BA 2310si'l:$.1r,'175000 Wemer .Re- "
Will -co-op.,'. $219K; ,.Qwner/. Broker. altB.'Cr.(904)249-?443x10 ,- .
(904)725-3933 .n '. ONTEVEDR Bch, t .mile fromcean,
PVB, 3BR/2BA'+den,, gated, community. Grand, ilias'I beautiful'.'2BR/t ,
dncomm .pool. $389,900 -or rean $1800/mo. hardwood' arid ceramicc ,floors screeneda d' ,,
: (904)273-9549-. V *' "' ;- pat ;, al l;: lhe extras';:- '$194 000 -_
-_,'' ... -__ ,_ -. .. JAhX BEACHo,ardin; 3/2150sf., garage2,0 "
119:37th"AVE, SOUTH ..$263K-.N.1Orieri'4 Broker., Call ReneeL. -'L
Newly, repovaed l3BR/2BA, vaulted' ceil- Bar0oninc.'(904)242'2B21.,;,,:. .,
-ings,50xl,23l ol. New, ool.,HVAC.Hard-. SUMMERHOUSE,'AT.,Old Pbnte, Vedra, ',
Wood loors;- new kitchen, aillappliances. ,fBR/1.BAA,546f,':tlldlh(oughoul new.ap-'
2' :car garage. .j '., plne -,. ,gat' dnd oor' G f
,-$795,q000. 536-8268, course w .$ 3 4000.)g'0 o
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'':,ITRACQASTAL *-'
-"" '1 ---'A ',"-'"' '?, ;", IIRAVISTA ,", .'
S ,' 3BR3BA, u. Furnished, or uhlurnrished.
j ', '. ." '3rd'flooi oVeriooks 'hariana & Intracoaslal.
s b ...o- .'The- 'Cortez", ',.2050sf. .'$625,000. '
-- L i .,',' 60 boaLsllp;$r'l145l000,lo ,o ', l o ". ',-
'' .. ; :-,.MARINA-SAN PABLO '
.Phase.- I,'3BLB',den ,'2420sf. $775.000.
50'b6oatslip'$215 00. '-
~ .. -. *,* *OQCEANFRONT*.' .
S:, .-CEAN 14 :-.
(' t S'{'" -'" '' 1176st., large' 2BjR/2BA' .fulluriished or -
,. "' \ "'int'r-' nfm shed. t' l .: floor, walk. out;to. the
Si. ',, ,.. ; ,- be ch.-.$575 000 ,' '
S', ', ', ".", -,'" :' 2BRt2BA';. fully lrnisied, great dec<,, ga-
'., / '-.- ,* .;.-- '.,raie parking Beauitlul'nilt.- $605:000,, .
"'/' : l 'T l .." :.' ...._-' 'COSTA__,VRRANO"UNI'103'
2BR,De 1892s:.$980!00O.". .-.
S. www renljctsdonvllebeahcp.,.. ;-
SOR INFORMATION
"j, CALL 241-0267 OWNER


FSBO,'1011 23rd St N., JB; 3BR/2BA,
2 story, pool, fenced yard. 783-4600
FSBO. NEW Construction, 171h Ave
South, Jax Beach. Unique location, next to
park with Oceanviews. 3BR/3.5BA. 3
floors, with decks on 2nd & 3rd Iloors. Too
many amenities to include. Buy now &
pick colors & flooring. Call (904)472-4753,
ask for David. $595,000. Completion in
July. Will co-op. ,
EAST OF 3rd Duplex. 215 8th Ave, North
$625,000. 24;1-8269. Zoned C-1.
FSBO. 2BR/2BA, Key West style cottage.
1340st. Lot, 65'x102', 391 Main St. A.B.
241-8967. Reduced $219,000. as Is. by
appt only.
ATLANTIC BEACH
6 BLKS TO OCEAN. 3BR 2 1/2BA.
1935sl. Only $494,500. (904)472-4039.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 3BR/2BA, Goll
course and water view. pool, $428.900
Pictures @ http://Infolube.nei/136118
(251)327-8394
SOUTHSIDE- .DEERWOOD, Spectacular
views Beautifully remodeled entertaining
home. $1,095,000. Murphy. Realty Corp.
536-9100.-
SOUTHSIDE OFF Belfon. Bnck home,
3BR 2BA, 1895sf, built 1987,many up-
grades.. $292,500. Independent Brokers
710-3111. '
ST AUGUSTINE Beach. OPEN HOUSE.
Saturday &9 Sdnday. FSBO. Ocean Palms
2000st & year. 3BR/2BA..Premium lake-
Iront:-New carpet, lile,'appliances, paint
Must see. $468k.' (352)283-3690.
MORE .OR YOUR $$$
Homes, colds, townhouses, duplexes
$1501000 anad up. All areas. 'Let me
negotiate lowbr prices by being your buy-
ers agent. Many years of experience.
Kay Hewlngs, 'Magnolia Properties.
(904)553-5919... .
ASSIST 2 SELL
BUYERS& SELLERS REAL ESTATE
OPEN HOUSE WKEND
Go, to: laxbesthomes.com for details, or
call 247-4442. :


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WALK TO BEACH
2.'1 lownnouse, W/D included,. CH/A. ce-
ramic lile. approx. 900st 404 13th Ave S..
Jax Bcn No pels $825/mo, $825/sec.
dep. (904)343-9908


JAX BEACH. Premium Oceanview
Renovated. Hardwood Iloor'. Dish-
washer, CH&A. Sludios, $650.mo.
1BR/1BA, 5750imo, $850/mo. $10001mo
1904)859-1301. 553-1354. '
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RENT VS. Ownl! What makes more
sense?? Brand new office condos, con-
crete construction. al the beach. starting
at 5130.000 Let us show you Ihe dilier-
ence You can own your own office, Call
Mark al The Dilworin Realty Group of
Vanguard GMAC 591-6976.


ATLANTIC BEACH Townhouse.
2BR/1.5BA. Freshly painted, New carpet
upstairs' ceramic tile downstairs, WDHU,
CH&A. $745/mo+ $500 deposit 718 Cay-
alla Ra. Call 655-1534.
NORTH JAX Beach. Efficiency. $495/mo
IBR, $595/mo. 2BR, $695/mo. 1 block to
Ocean. Pool. No pets. 249-5368
2BR/1BA JAX BEACH newly renovated
w/washer! dryei, quiet area. available
now $875/mo deposit. 201 N 91h St
246-9162 13#)
2BR;1.5BA. TILE floors, CH&A. fenced
backyard Slove, fridge, dishwasher
Credit check. $800/mo. 888-259-0783.
EAST OF .1st Street. Ocean Viewsi
2BR/1BA, 2 car garage, WDHU, 111 Palm
PI, Neptune Bch. $1500/mo 247-6724,
382.8259 ,
JAX BEACH, 1 block to ocean.
3BR/1 5BA, CH&A. WDHU. palho & balco-
ny. $1350/mo .$900/dep. 520 S. 2nd St.
1904)280-2728 Iv msg
JAX BEACH, 4 Blocks to Ocean
1BR/1BA-Apanment, $550/mo 220 4th
Street So. 1904)891-0606, (3521478-2161
MAYPORT LANDING Townhome,
2BR/2BA CH&A, WDHU. $775/mo $700
deposit..,1157 Songbird Lane. 280-2728
leave message
JAX BEACH, 1.5 blocks bpach, 216 71h
Ave:'S. 2BR/.1BA+ office, sunroom. w.d,
dishwasher, Pets OK. :Fenced yaid.
$1200/mo 434-4626.


INTRACOASTAL WEST- New 1BR/1BA
condo w.comm. pool & morel $900mo Al-
so, 2BR/2BA garage Convenient to
UNF. $1100/mo. All Souin Realty.
241-4141.
NEAR PONTE Veara I block beach. Best
area, quite, sate residential neighborhood
2BR/1BA, lower duplex, new carpet, tile &
paint. CH&A. washer/ dryer iricluded, no
smoking, no pAts. $980/mo., lease depos-
it Available April 1st. 993-1118.
ATLANTIC BEACH. Main St Duplex,
2BR/IBA, screened porch, fireplace,
WDHU, CH&A, $750/mo. (904)891-0606,
or (352)478-2161.
ATLANTIC BCH, 1700 Main St 2/1. new
carpet, AiC, washer hook-up, $495!mc,
plus dep. No pets. 246-4098.
MOBILE HOMES $500 to $550 on pri-
vate lots. Near Maypon Naval Starion, no
dogs, 333-5579.
LARGE 1BR, excellent location 2 blocks
to Oceap, very. clean. No pets $650,'mo
642-1214, 241-1219.
JAX BEACH
1BR/IBA, upper apanment, 211 Nonh 81in
SIreel, CH&A, no dogs $625/mo, security
deposit $350. Broker/ Owner 249-8766.
DUPLEX 2BR Upper unit near Atlantic
Blvd. & Hart Budge. No pets. $650/mo
307-2841, 223-5211.
2BR/1BA, 1200SF, washer/dryer, CH&A.
sunroom, large work room,' 1 block 10
ocean. $995/mo. (904)525-1676
2BR 1.5BA.lownhome, .beaches area, par-
ially futnisned. $800/mo' plus sec dep.
Cal 241-8508 '

JAX BEACH. Villas, at Marsh Landing.
Large 1BR/1BA., llreplace. Pergo
$900/mo. 379-4288


801 Deerfield Lakes Mayport 2/2
1275 Bayshore Dr N Maypon 2/2
816 Beleza Ponte Vedra Ill/
116 Cranes Lake Ponte Vedra 2/2.5
1702 Villas of Maih Landing Jax Beach 3/2
108 The Fountains Ponte Vedra 2/1.5
1027 Belleza Ponte Vedra 2/2
403 Tournament Road Ponte Vedra/Fairfield 2/2
125 The Fountains Ponte Vedra 3/2
810 Tournament Road Ponte Vedra/Fairfield 3/2
63 Tifton Cove North Ponte Vedra/Sawgras-'CC 3/2
3174 Merrill Blsd. Jax Beach 3/2
67 Fisherman Cove Ponte Vedra/Saw grass CC 2/2
1604 Ocean Pond Court Jax Beach 3/2.5
90 Car Road Ponte Vedra/Sa% grass 3/2
337 Charlemagne Fiddler's Marsh/PV 3/2
4-148 Pebblebrook Drite Ja.vRicrtrook @ Glen Keman 3/2
197S Glenfield Crossing Ci St Johns Golf & CC 4/2 5
13-43 Lighthouse Pointe Lane Jax Beach 3/3


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$1800t'/k lTe Reteiar Ponte Vedra/Oceanfront 2/2 1600
$3600 191 12"''Street i mo.miti Atlantic Beach 4/3 2600
$2000 Vtita.Del Mar .i Jax Beach/Oceanside 3/2 1700
$2400 17'" Ae North w/pool Jax Beach. 3/1.5 1500
$2400' 4-4 La Reserve Circle -Pnie Vedra/L'Atrium 2/2+office 1600
$2500/A\k562 Ponte Vedra Blvd'.: Pote Vedra 3/1I 5 1700
$2500 22 Carnage La ie w/pool Sawgrass/Country Club 2/2 1800
$2500/wk 728 Oceanfront Nept. Bch/Oceanfroni 3/2.5 wismiin 2600
$2600 534 Morningside Dhve Ponte Vedra 4/25 2400
$2700i)/ k 2824 Coastal H.y Vilano Beach/Oceanfront 6/4 4000
$270(1 114 Ba, Hill Court Ponie Vedra/Fairfield 3/2.5 1800
S2900 41fiiC.,aU uilHy.' SPECIAL RATEi Viano Beach/Oceanfront 3/2 2000
$3500 163 Sea Hammock Old Ponte Vedr/Oceanfront 2/2+den 1800
$3500 The Clotster Adtanoc Beach 3/2 2000
$3900/1t k 347 Ponte Vedra Blvd. Oceanfont/Pool 3/3.5 2600
$4000 408 Berkman Plaza la'IjDo uhto'n Riuerfront 2/2+loft 2100
$5500 1931 BeachA'e3mo nun.i i Atlantic Beach 3/3 2400
"Other furnished properties also available
SDaily, Weekly and Monthly.'"
d, Call today to book your next vacation!!
www.Stockton6hRealEstate.com
228 -Ponte edra Park Dr. Suite 500
Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082

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AT. AI||'N.- E,, RENTALS 1 1-.3 + 3 I
Air...O. 5hVin mij'^ L atrium PV 3BR/2BA ,SFH, porch 1'BR/1BA. 1st floor, enduD4$850~1m0Lrim-i's
Pontef0iYeS PVS_ w/jacuzzi, lake view, fireplace, comm. pool1,.IBR/1BA. Villa. $87-5/ni" -' "' ''
c ob5B- 5:., ,, ,,ome+ amo ,. C, BR/ 2BA, st floor. $1050/mo.
:ard.'.sc rhVe' 'pqr et.p NB3BR/2BA;home has Palsi at Marsh Landing JRB
9 0 qos'gaage Jacuzzi, encedyard,' Sc ned orch, iefloors

66 S dI frr&, --..... n Is
l.e1 / r /e O e 'V / ..".. -0fBRIB n'oor.Intracoastal views.
e;.160lt raen s, hid Iorst ,"i Beach -P :2BR/2BA. home onlJagoon .-$900/ '

I. cea viened porce n ant n tle. car, .2 2 R 2BA.- st floor,lake views. $1l100/mo.
S O .9 f r,$ 0m rgag D_/mo. 3BR/2BA. 1 stfloor, end unit. $1295/mo.
4BRBAE Iiimt/evatbr2800sqft n:rande SP B BA.Condo
".-'-_ .S.:".'e -.. ,,, -'-, VIm ""'a" ,rau.,-".g,
Sbeah access ahed garage $200/o lux iously ri, ed, screened porch, across itepl ace, screened porch
-;I .. .., ,,, .2. ,, ,s a ea 3 ed, screenedop.rcn..-a''

: n1 h e, I a,.W ng distance- to schools&- "& 'ra astal '- '2BR/2BA, 1st floor, garage. $187100/mo.
beach $- o'- 1 Av--" ernan BR/BA nd flo ,
I *ae / 3 oe, a '' I c'reeed oit h ,$850/imo: 2B 2BA round floor. $1 100/mo.
towhhofusle 2 balcteso garag~, RI '.~nd floor 2ndo.al a p0ances g r'A condo :has garage, fireplace,'
18 00lacO $ 1 7'O'O, a me-es'.f .' '! -*.- ?'a-t' 2,2 c iew s. $ 1200/m o.:
Oi.: 'SPY- 4B1.3 .BA newe'Swo a945.mo.
-cstory, S acro ss t& bright he eons Kensingtn Keruan 2B rad cay Villas- PV
grae.e$1,800/mO 5B; t d unit, tiled screened porch B BA nd floor w/grage. $1 100/mo.
-4., 14.th: Steiie 1' !" .'-B 3B A c5 -.' --o$ /o .b 3BR/2BA,-3r fl06r, -vaulted ceilings, tile
;-s 1/2 ".ok to.71 2B 2 A ground fl t, r ade-thru-!out. $1195/mo. q
.,',tot wnhousq, .1./2b c-kRakeolaigtandbIgh."'
g1800/ .hd $ a100/mro e or lake, ..ight.andongl.
180/iO lth COASTAL REAL ESTATE

screene OO f ;90.) 285-5640
o. ot "W.rentthbeaces.com
'- fireeplg.o' W toshops, grKat ameni es'i
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PVB,.GRAND Cay.',2BR/1BA, ALL NEW!
Maple-'cabinets, granite. tops,, hardwood-
iloors throughout, upgraded fixtures, slain-
less appliances, preserve .view, .3rd floor.
$209,900. Broker/owner. 614-7777. ,
PRIVATE 'BEACH Access. 2BR/2BA. lur-
nished., st floor, fully renovated. Steps to
garage. $242,000. 537-4083 .



, MUSTSALE"3BR/1BA;.'close.ito s hold'ss
navy basee' beach. 'hi ride 'quietak. ,
. $17,000"'owner. finance,w/$5000"(own or,
S bestcasl(fffer. 249.9347.; ..
'HANNA';iPARK. Like, new, 3BR/2BA; sin-
* gle, '1215sf,'w/carport, deck,'all.GE'kilch- '-
- en,- CH&A;. washer/dryer, riew'carpet.
Many upgrades. Financing available. Re-
,becca, 246-7684. '
.2BR/1BA, CLEAN. solid,conditlon M.H. Io-
'cated in Portsjde, '5 minutes to, beach,
CH&A, equipped kitchen moving tomorrow
$8000.firm. ,904 819-1760.


EXCELLENT ,LOCATION, storefront, ap-
proximately' 900sf, 415 3rd SI. South
$499,000, (904)5307-0503,
DOWNTOWN '"JAX, prime location,
5460sf., 2 story, 12 parking spaces. Ideal
for'office, studio, gallery. Owner financing
available $625,000. Must seel For ap-
polntment 608-61 &'3.


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2001 Wmdilammer Ln South Ponie Vedra 3/3.
637 Bonaue Circle Jax Beach/Ocean CaN 4/2
529 Sunset Dn'e Ponte Vedra 3/2.
534 Mornmngside Drise Ponte Vedra 4/2
109 Gardema Avenue Poone Vedra/Fairfield 4/2
3565 Bay Island Circle Jax Beach/Ocean Cay 3/2.
211 Mira Vista Jax/Ilnracoasial 3/2
117 Deer Cove Dr Marshlanding '4/2.
9910 Preston Trail Ponte Vedra/Sagrass CC 3/2.
806 Merropohlan l Jax Beach 3/2
1316 Turte Dunes Ct. South Ponte Vedra 5/4
408 Berkman Plaza Ja./JDowniown Riverfront 2/2+
12907 Hundle Manor Dr Ja.Golf.& Country Club 5/4






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1-1/2 BLOCKS to Ocean, 1stAve. South,. NEPTUNEBEACH. 3BR/2BA, 1839' Lee-
1BR/1BA. $725/mo. (904)891-0606; ward Lane.. $1250/mo. Includes lawncare. .
(352)478-2161. 249-9387.


JAX BEACH townhouse. 187 South 8th
Ave 2 flocks 1o Ocean, 2BR/2.5BA,
1500sl, 1-car garage, no pels. $1350/mo.
223-9789'
JAX BEACHFRONT 2BR condo, no lease,
pet negotiable. $1300/mo., 673-1550
JAX BEACH 2BR/1BA, CH&A, carpeted,
painted ,WDHU, no pets, 246-0576.
ATLANTtC BEACH. 1BR just steps to
ocean Convenient areal $1000/mo.. All
South Rqally, 241-4141.
NEPTUN.E BCH, near ocean. Clean, nice
1BR apt. w/ garden atrium...$750/mo,,.
Avail soon spacious 2BR. 247-1417. ;v
JAX BAGCH Townhome, 2BR/I.5BA,
newly .rnovated. $1100/mo. (904)237-
9375. -'-':
LARGE' EFFICIENCY apartment, excel-
lent lodation,- 2 blocks from ocean, very
clean.'Wo pets $550/mo. 642-1214 dr
241-12-19.
JAX BEACH. East of 3rd. 3BR/1BA apart-
ment 2 1/2 blocks to ocean, washer/dryer,
CH&Ac.$1140/mo 821-9751 or 803-3099.
NEP BCH: 2BR 1.5BA, clean, W/D, near
ICW, fenced yard, $825/mo. 631-8607.

S.JAX BCH 2 & 3 BR APTS
CH/A, WDHU East of 1st St. $795-
$1.195/mp. 4151 Tradewinds, 4 BR water
Iront $1500/mo 241-7368, 733-3730.- .
SHADY & Quiet, like new. 1BR/1BA,
CH&A, kitchen equipped, close to Base.
All utilities included. Small pet OK.
$650/mo. 247-4221. -. :.
FURNISHED HOUSE, AB, 3BR/2BA, ,2
blocks to Ocean. Avail. 4/15. $1950/mo.


PONTE VEDRA, L'Atrum, 2BR/2BA, tire-
place, 2 car garage, lawn service. Fenced
yard. Now available. $1190/mo. 642-3517
INTRACOASTAL WEST- 3BR/2BA home
In Villages of Pablol Comm. pool, tennis &
more. $1200/mo. All South Realty, 241-
4141.
NEPTUNE BEACH. 3 Blocks to Ocean.
3BR/1 BA, washer/dryer plus lawn service
$1450/mo 4 deposil 270-0499
IMMACULATE INSIDE JAX BCH 3BR
2BA, .completely remodeled, 1500st, 4
.blocks to beach. No pets. Credit check &
rets. 509 7th Ave.. N. $1500/mo 993-
1979.
'NORTH JAX Beach. Spacious 3BR/2BA,
nice .neighborhood. $1395/mo.+ deposit
.241-2952.
BEACHWALK S. PONTE VEDRA
2BR/2BA, 1540sf, 2-car garage, large
screened porch, club' house. pool, tennis,
beadh 'access, $1475/mo. Owner/ Agent
823-1333, 537-7777 (cell)



PONTE' VEDRA. BIand new 2BR/2BA.
end unit, ground'lt1bor, 5-star"amenities,
fireplace, WDHU. $,l 100/mo 887-1959.


BEAUTIFULLY DECORATED, extra large
master bedroom w/private bath, overlooK-
ing lake 'French doors open to screened
porch. $675/mo. includes all utilities & ca-
ble. Regency area. 998-8470.


PVB- THE Belleia,' .1BR 1BA, luxury BEAUTIFUL OCEANFRONT Condo. Pri-
amenities. gyr.."& tadning bed, $900imo. vale. BR/BA. Parking, pool $800/mot 1/2
Call 318-9114.. utilities. Includes cable, all amenilles.NO
Cal .318-9114. LEASE. 247-8338.


PVB. SUMMERHOUSE' condo, 2/i., all
new, beauliully renovated, lakeview, bam-
boo floors, crown moulding, 5 star ameni-
ties, W/D, freplae. No, pets, no smoking.
$1200'mo. long'rerm .(813)789-7075
OCEANFRONT, 2BR/2BA, furnished,
nnnl tl Rnrn/mn'. Rhnrt or lono tlarm.


ROOMMATE TO share 3BRi2BA in N. Jax
Bch. $600/mo +dep., includes utilliles
(904)249-1890.
EXCLUSIVE MIRAVISTA, Atlantic Blvd @
the InIracoasial Waterway 3/4BR, 3 5EA.
approximately 2700sf. Resort _style living,


RENTAL 200, m


(904)246-537.6, 315)521-5000. .04)4673 ... ye among mIIonres LOO n i T BOA 06-100075 City of Jacksonville
ATLANTIC BEACHo 2B townhouse4. 'RIV roommates. 1 @ $800imo. & 1 u Beach Land Development Code Sac-
CH&A. WDHU, no pets, $85/md E CONDO 2BR 1.BA, near down- $1000/o with. a mastse. Includes tion: 34-340 (e)(3) c.3, for a rear yard of
$400/de 246-HU3180o. 'es ..umo town.-$950/mo possible lease. option. all utilities, cable, pobl spa,-health club. lnl fieul reuie t alow
,u.p 463-3514'. Marina Walk; gated 'ommdniy w/water a new multi-family development. for
ATLANTIC BEACH. Ground, 'floor 1BR. PVB SUMMERHOUSE 'CONDOS, 40' boandslip also Avalable.. Callnow' property located at 116, 126 & 130
privale, In-law suite in newer "upscale 1BR/1BA.'Fiteplace; p onerservice. 5.slipalso available..Ca w, South 2nd Avenue & 215 South 2nd
house Kuichen, living room, dihing area, $800/mo. Call (904)616-7975. 2845. Street, more specifically, Lots 2 & 3, 4.
washa/dryer deck, carponrt central air, FURNISHED BEDROOM.,close to beach except" the Northwest 1/4 of Lot 4, Block
cellin fans, cable+ HBO, alarm, central JAX BC,. 2BR 2BA, 1 block to ocean. $450/mo.,. first and' last, Includes all 22,.Pablo Beach.Souh
vac, no smoking, utilities Included, 300 ft. ,$1200/mo. 390-2885.or 994- 14.1.', ". 1534-3336. 1 a B S u
o10 beach. Small pet OK. $1050/mo, .'PVB.- .SMMER: HQuse'. luxurio "'2BR' A .copy of the above referenced applica-
(904)607-1177 .' ". 2BA end unitincdl-de-sac Brandrnew; 5-". a~ion(s). ls available. or review in the office
,JACKSONVILLE BEACH, 1 blk to oceah, star 'arfientIes." beachside. -$199/md..' Bl .of the Planning and Development Depan-
2BR -BA, $785/mo. (904)891-0606 or 318-9114'. FURNISHED ROOM for rent Jax Beach meant, 11 North 3rd Sree, during normal
(352)478-2161. ', B' '. 3B^ gorgeous oceanfront luxury 2-story house, 10 blocks from beach. business hours (M-F, 8a-5p).
PONT.- VEDRA. Spacious 3BR/2BA cqfidlo. Built, In.2005, ,6th floor; 1953s, No, smoking, No pets,:privacy. $675im Board o "Adjus .
Townhpuse,. wood IIoors. Quiel, .secure',' over-sized kitchen, granite countenbps., (electric.included) April 1s ept City of Jacksonville Beacn
nelght rhbod, close to Beaches, shop, Gated, garage, space, healed pool, jacuz- 247-8122. .
ping, .$1085/mro. Cal'285-71,62. z. S3300/mo, 1/2 m lh oft cal or-details. 3 BLOCKS TO BEACH. Nepurie.'Beach. NOTICE
...'... .. .. ....... .(9.04)962-6161... '..,." .. .' ".. .. OPPORTUNITY. Room with a view. Car-


',' UCE NVIEW ..PVBiBR 1BA, pl.; 1-car gar., free cable, ing Individual.wanted to help win main- person decides to appeal any decision
UPSTAIRS 1BR/1BA. 1016 .North' 1st St. comm. pool. $950/mo. 545-3156. training estate. people, plants & property. by Ine Board of Adjuslmeni with respect io
Jax Beacn. $825/mo 2807776. Da Enjoy pool and outdoor, acuzzl. Caregiv- any marnter considered atl any meeting,
l ._'. ... JARDIN DE Mer, Jax Beach. Brand new, ing qualities a good plus, $50/week, utilit- ucn'person-mayneed a record of the
ATLANTIC BCH ocearq front, 3BR/2BA Beauftfal 2BR/2BA,' fireplace,, asher/ry- aes included. 246-2203, ask for Roloin. s proceeding a n ed rorseuh np r
large dondo, all amenities; ,2.19-2481 er ,1-car: garage, bottomff lo r"$,t:1100/rpo. pers oon pro n g, m a,-n, d o, en fo suc pu rposn. vesuch
WATERFRONT ..-RENTAL.. 2BR/2BA Owner/realJtr 994-3608." .. -. t. im, record of. trei, proceedings is made,
.'Townhouse. $850/ro. .1 mile,\west:ol.MIay PY- VBJGRAND ..CAY.,Vills, -2/2, "uiper, '; S.Mi L ']Wrii' which record includes the testimonyy and
port fehry 733-5225,'241-RENT.,. : screened deck'off LR, washer/ dryer,.gat- OWN YOUR own 'office space. boaL evidence upon which Ihe appeal s'lo be
( EAMaW. IQQ e." d comm., 'comm. pool. TDO 'Manage- 'barge w/5 built In work stations on ICW at based.,''
CEANVIE ment Svc.246-1125. ,- Palm Cove Marina. Great tax write of. The public is encouraged to speak on is-
1201st St. N. 1BR iBAgrougnd" floor, I Ai, -R/1 ,w' II. t'$65,00('OBO. Cail'Guy at'904-614.7740 sues on this Agenda that. concern them.
Some "'pets ok. $690/rmo. Ca 'Juli wahe'A'n"wt"" eca,-t-'. ,,, ,,, .... Anyone wno -wishes to speak should sub-
.r 866-298 O.6 "& p ;J66. w'aspn er/. .ryer. feed JAX' BEACH. 1000sf. excellent 'dcation, mit the request to the' recording secretary
866-2986. ..'. ". .... pi:';2 .blocks.-to beach:. $1225./rq, off Beach Blvd. $917/mo. 246-0444. rior to the beginning of the meeting
JAX .BEACH, 3.BLOCKS'OCEAN Large (2 units available.(760)445-4789. 280-9407. rn accordance with Ihe Americans with
2BR/BA, b fee waos er,-eari 'krchen.lle,, QGEAN...FRONT lOcean '14) eautifully, ;OFFICE/RETAIL, Jax, Beach, 400stf or Disabillies Ac9 andSeciion 286.26. Flori.
lage bedrooms, close galore. n-ground e ov t i. f shed ,3R2 w orge" 4800s. 3."d Ssg 57 epeiale aconsmoan tno partl
pdol, I'$2495/rn904)S5l Sk street 'rota4,6-057.6 '. .pa Statutes,. persons with disables
pool,,, 'H "ec -"r-n ". i'-619/ ; )18o. -' :. -",. -. fneedlng, speci acommoealn to pac
24168 : ... ate in this meeting should contact the
ATLANTIC BEACH, Assisi Lane -pool'. pVB SUMMERHOUSE,' BR, 1BA AIre- .,.. planning and Developmerir Department
3BRI',5BA, end unit .2 stories 1075sf sort amenlles. Walk.to he beach. Owner,; 50liolJ no.laterthan 5p0p.m. on the day preced-
Slireplace, WDHU, newcarp ,ho- smrhoking i8 3', 49I f ntean finance:. OUTDOOR PAVILLION in -Ponte Vedra ing the meeting. i ,. .
no pets.'$850/mo. +depBorid '382-1023'- -forspecial,'evehntsa,idlI kitchen and rest- ," ,
rOCE' FN. T" WNHO. TE o ,a ly JAX BEACH; awesome, oqean front,.th rooms.-Great.Jor graduation parties, meet BL 329/06
r TnFed.Nr NTew'kr nen & baths qist floor' 3BR12BA all appllnces ,tile p'o ings&A.ai'itlyrunritons. Call'285-5347. ..
JACSONVILEP AUCTION NOTICE.
Strrei', North,, "x Bdaeh.. 2B.355 2Ptd $lZOO/o. (727)66 1708' .JAKSONILEIEACHi-Warehouse.for AUCTION NOTCE.
3 large Oceanfront decksJ 1-car garage. GREAT- .3BR/2BA cond,'irt. PVB, .pooli lese''3629sf.lOfice'ncluded. Large bark- .".
$2500/furnished;" :$2200/uhrimishqd'.'asl fitpdadssr6om $1350/mo 280-5170 or Ing' lot;', .be'qchside..oil. .,Intracoastal. 'Noice is hereblenlvhat.Pursiuant to Ine
.1904)614-1639 .. ;' 527'-" ": -"'9'i St(770)929-172i (678)525-0854;. 'Self-Storage Facilty Acr Florida Statutes
-': .<.!.'. .. .. ... .. Sebtion 1 Part IV ol Chapter 83, Laws ol
PVB.,NEW, 2BR/2BA Condo with. armeni- ;-. DE "' -'ATLANTIC .BEACH!'. Freeb staqdingofllice/ Seorida 1I982; TheY ; Cp erona propes
ties Near B.eachn $970/mo .7.10-5200.' ,.,' A. ~j GRA1' .,.I cbmmerclal/: etalbuilbldlng,.shipp, commer' consisting f.8cl these personal l items andp '
SPenthouse-with Marsh/ tV views. 3/3w/, clalot ,& 'warehouse space.- Sla.ning ,at household goods of ,
OCEANFRONT ray upgrades:,allapiances,scr.lanal w/ '..'$50/M6. Frereht (904)514-1090 '.- ."' '
LUXURIOUS' Pelica;, PRoint .i,2B/2BAe,.e..umMer k In.e dAX ABEACHnbuilding for-lease w/offoe. KarenBeumer.' -f-
S avala61et now. $1700-$2600/mo. 3, month ..a 1 geReal Mi-u dsese Nea' p ubli -16boatramp wt, .' .
miniium rental. (904)241 7206 II fg.,,*' .t. _u rp .i.6. N a -publiboatrt .'
''. EA. H R1n A'.... 'c.. o' 501`1917; 824:0040:bfice:';.--'.'7 'm '. 1i800st.z$ 1500/nfo. F6r detdails,- 249-3214, '
'JA~X EA H.,"BR B ,'.'.12 7Bl '.. L,.sold or otherwise disposed of
"IAEXCLUStFMIRAV-ST', T- 3-1..1'919.".' ... s rj Saturday April 1. 2006. to sr-
Ieelm 405 South 2d trhe inlracDsaf 'Waletivtaf fBi,3 5BA, 13500SF COMMERCIAL .Buildingl Ne6 nsly Irhnts) lor past due rentss. Disposmron
**,. ,. app.roxmaely,2700sf..w/mannaviw:- Re-, construction, avail. soon. 514-1090. will take place at: THE. STORAGE BIN.
; ,i ., .... .".sot.s tyle.iving..lie among., millionairesl, .... '" ,100,1' 13th Ave. S., Jacksonville Beach; FL
*,','i,,t.- i A0 $2"5q,'o?"ln*ldeu c ararage,water.,'-, ''B ii .- 6.-' '32250''THE STORAGE BIN reserves the
L,*i.,*Jl'1.IN,, t -jr rewer.iabler ,opl'ipa't' lubhouse.ath .mB r ^ ito're'ect any and all bids.
NEPTUNE BEACH LARGE'O JSE'3-4'.nctub" Manna. Wqk,ag-gate&corm nty =-. -or. r."' : -
Bedr6ms, 306h'. o 'Oce'an..Pattiallyiur. ,:.. W/water. Marsh-mand. mdanna vews..A.ala,- a iNG I ,Mature, KI y.87 .6062. BL 3/24 3/29/0 .
nish'f/nor nor. no dgdos. $2300/mo; wrator ble.Ap.rl .40 boat'slip~alspoavailable. Ll s- a. l -.l ,- BL. .. 0, -3 6


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included' "'9042.4913419, (904),463-0222 o"w :463 2845. 7., i' ',_" SWEET DOG lbovirig home, nrmall black
gR / ,iLab-". mix. ,-hol- r-currdn ''spayed PtBLIC NOTICE,. u .yu-
39 FAIRWAY Ln. 3BR'2:5BA,.poolI '.go r--"'E PALMS.:1BR/1BA many: upgrades, 4-382-6258 s -.
course; avail.. ,4/10.' Will -pro-rate lst ..neartennis .pool ,.private wetlands view .. 'The Plarninig C6mmissioh for. the ,Gily o01
monlh, pool' iaint"'mcl., $1g700/mo. Call wa.sher/.dyer.' $875/mo.,Garage available _FREE TO loving home, 'beautiful and Jacksonville Beach, !Florida will meet and -..... ,.. .. .-
424-7204., '03-2806 swee, all wiite, neutered male ca'w/gold. hold a public hearing on Monday, April EXPERIENCED ALTERATION Person
'BE"AH 'Ocean '.Grove 2/2 all new yyesshols up to ale. 270-0742 10, .2006 at 7:00 p.m. in. Ihe Council needed. Pan-time. Full Lime Please call
I .EPTUIE :.BEACH, .I: Beachh access -down-stairs o lake FRlEIBLY MALE cat free',togood home.Chambers, located a 11 North.3rd Street, 241-5611
EASTOF 3RD STREET ;217 Hopkihs ST.- $110/mo.904-25I.-5370. Fixedla ee.L'ms. 247.6057. JaKovileBeh t consider the 'follow- ULUS WATERFRONT GRILLE
2Brage ence mo all security deposit (904)686Pa0068. rpo $1175 OVING, RED Doble, ale, y.' neu ingodimmetionalUs General: i6a-1 zon:ing ds- HOUSEKEEPER NEEDED or prale


equPlsO1/2 renT includes lawns service A UTIF UL hCONrion P. M28Fngf 2 50 ricA-, pursuant 'o Section 34-342d)(s 5) of tome, P/T or FiT Preferrably 1 lull day3
BEAUTIFUL Broker/Owner 249-8766.- PV 2BA2 applian 327 ..the Jacksonville Beach Land Developme and 2 hal.. dysk Lunry anGood oney ngcas-
i JPONTEs EDRAh ovBEACH321c ga" V.stwebs.t .... we, ,c..i. u a a mosphere, very busy. great people
grea neighborhood. cul-de-sac $1800/o.i ies.i.--p875/ioances, 200rri 068o'-.. 'Pho, 'use, decreasing exis tidng density. The eT,-MR- arn


12wwwrehnacksonvillebeach.com '3/ ga :,i(90 sl) 8 www5591.g eoitids.corpbO:- '. .-.d.. .. -,. p rty Is ocated at 720 &ul 728 North'2nd Voe c un .e phon. -
rageq 1 remntds a, 3Icludre lAi s ,r 94 B .006f .: e E.Ea kn. ina aommetcial General: C-1. zoning dis- HOUSEKEEPER. NEEDED for private
er/y No e- r130m' rie, appli'R / es:,.;compl ?en al~ 3 ^ .- .. trclhe pursuant o Sectifer on 34-342ca )ion ) of ome, P Vica or F/Landing Preferray 1 lull day








246-0478. 90 4/76O00.2.498'.76,6F.UNDD SICbdb hesar ableo reviewiheofof Pn len pay. Drug free workplace, EOE Call
JAX BEACH, 3BRBA, close ocean-. BELLEZA. 2BR/2BAny, amenities l and Development Jackonv Bech Land Dvelopen and 2 half days/wk Laundry and ironing
$195m. A. Souh Realo 241 4141 '' 1175- o.. RED 'NOSEndrin2dl5// An encang Pt Bull, Code. The applicant proposes to redevel- required. References a must lor back










ICW QANAL, furnished, 4BR/3BA.Aboat Resort Slyle Living; (904)502-6160 n lor M veiennary clnic. competitive wages Previ-
4Bch.ge l0o dep.... 2NO5 P T V mmer ... b' .-pdB$150/a 534-3336.. u.' .'op the esubjectt-propeny coining 16 .ground.cheacks performed. Call' 543.8629.
S. JAX o cksovilESTDr-., 250pcious PO. .EVEDRA m $500/d 1BRll a aneed ." cea e,$ 5' trophy"'- .In two ment' unitsn two buddipgs into a sin- 2604
tiplc.."tainlegs alliances: wood/ carpet ..neww/pom fitness spa con cleigdfany. M&Sbl huahuarawn $350.'1 s ding,"eipht,to nine unit m'ulfi-tamrly TELEMARKETERS GOOD Phon






3BR/3BA home bonus' room on ake i ,lralit.;(904)465-7186. ys NoGa .No y poicy. Days TICE MODELS-WANTED or high quality e- 0252. g
gINTRACOASTA uWEid -s3BR/2BAcHo1800/e ten Palte994-1329. t, '' y Puse, decreasing existsion with respect 800)553-5135.






wwgarae on, quickset cu6n lde-sbeach $1150/cor o. 04 .. S 5BA" co IDN YOU ALL? Pleas o o any matter confided at a2 y meeting, EXPERIENCED CLEANING person nee,-
S591 l proceedings; and r such god cleaning skills & own transportation.
904)962-53ve 32 ry clea. ll Street mor specificaly described as Lots no selling pa rang ta od
















care.....250/.mo:?p4).Q.. Dor. aunli tl '., 1750,' ._-l',ri dbach which, record 2 idldck 73 hablo y and PART TIME Recepli-nIstor busy rea es-
PVBi rmo Nel orted;3B BA CHA evidence on' ONELESS.' appPto be Pa 'TSfadopton-Cats'&OR/Pn
petey, rede. d 3/A *. eIss $1 300/mo full.concliergeservib'.al,'.dB .pblc' is ,ncoura is- P I DISHWASHERS, P ri-









wascrhened palo .2- carp gar$ge.- Includes w 904) ..3-642e" B D ...ORCE $275-$350. Covers children, ses on tsgend oaco di'.e .. .n country Club.DFWP- Call 246-4827 orE
er/ pesr and all aps ation fees. 904- 'PNE -A es 'me r ,v. ..e l on, u tEhe above referees applicaonsava l- apply cains peroing onle Vedra. -
246-0 478 ." '" 19=04)476 3000. '' "' "V'.r-:'#FOUND"DOMESTIC,"bird beaches area ableE for rei ew ime hH'bficof 'the Planning 'lent pay. Drug free workplace, EOE Call



















BOR CA f 1 h .A;0 o o 2BR2B...tnarenl .reo iitex0.ampm) Alla Divorce-LLC ro l begin gS 1e.llng D Er eekLdPNOR RN .ac PemCall
JAX415. New carpet, llecabines, bath, fix- '- CARRESt ED?,ALL .criminal070 .defense felon- da Statutes, persons with Isabilities Reirement Community Health Cente. E-
JAX9" BEC, 3lohR1 e.A 24 aal- 4 n1'1 WIPVB--. HBLLEZA. 2BR/2BA '2 ..:avail Io ientif .-37 r anand Development Department, City Hall, 273-3 .
$1095.io.Caolluth el.,.22.33-4.; wide 's21175/Amo andA';$12 5/mo.'1 cfarnageorth :3rdStreet,.during normal byus KENNEL, ASSISTANT needed or busy
NW CANAL Lurn shed'4Bon/3BA. boat 'RsoR SOle Living (904)502-6160 33view' service 800M8733-5342 i veterinary nc compel ive wages Prh -











frigeator, washer/, ryer 2300s,' "com- BL3/29/06 Cl SEEKING P eiT RETAIL CASHIERe
urtif y d,ool, homenns court, 13841 arbor PVB,2B GRAND CWASHER/DR1BA, a2nd floo HUNEK Red SlaWh Bffalo sennel experiencE REquIREDApplyin
car garageeek1995mo. p.. ; .'.. gated. glbioused. ool W/D. N o*e. Wild, .Boar. Our season now- 3TICE31/06 i WEEKENDSs A MUST. NO NIGHTSc, 937
LOOKING FOR lovingST--,Spacou teail4/1. $75/n $500de. illc Guaaneed NTClicse $5.- trophy In' tw,- reby given hat pursuant' to t he PINCH-A-PENNY POOL, PATIO, SPA246-2045.
3BR/3BA home w/bnuardwood loors, double ; Noam/ Noay Selpolcy Facays lty Act, Florda Statute MODELSWANTED for hgh quality fRD STREET -
Marshport, ass porhomm. pLawncare Included. $1975/mo M S tom' Ocea brand'e /2'n- (3' 4)209-9800 ev g CH(314) 293 0610 i mae IV ashon pho ography Good pay pe

INTR OASTALI 'WMST-3BR/2BA re C 2 by the P clotaning Commisson with respect (80 and 0)53d 5135.eaches dog boarding & day
w/gar.ae on. quiet cur de'sc' $1150/' .DN YO ALL Pleas o Bt any mater consider red at any meeting EXPERIENCED CLEANING person need-
.PVB GG. ~Ru3- ub'R" $NZ.thB2A' -XaPaC A LL?'..6Ist t a 'adcot;'L.' atd re,'26'years .. .. -, sc.pdson- 'aretor., the ad for small claundring business. Must have


























..er.to.gol vi",.17.....(9)5 0-,2BR/2.-A,-n.e -.,vacy ..ce. _.. Ben g.azeltined Rahway, NJ., B289p 10x20, & -sone hao c dan Renerences treqsreo
5/PONTE VEDRA 5'lbRoK Oceari/Oc F 'EoS.Hm2Bm2BA 7ho "pdrace.is*a~d~ -o.such.puri'e suh Daniel Ceed Silva, Atlantic' Beac h C335, goay. Professional drug- own transportation.
breee 4B/3B 2 a bonsa alldan l R 'ay..ed to esute that a vadIs(hgerba- 0x10 rnis. boxes, fuaiture. ust possess ideniic247-03aion. Social Secu
very c$2500md ea70700, record o the proceeding is made, Deborah J Welch, Atlantic Be, C340, ty card & References. (904)484-6625 or
care.... 2.0/o ".',1..-.. '- 'o h''AbLP'' recrd.clues the testimony and 5x.0, misc'ecordxes, tls a x (904)825-0619.RT TIME Recep or busy real
PVB:SAWGRASS l B6rBdao e 1JRCERE'-is e e.'"ence upon which th- appeal is to be udence upn'W chAtapic pechl tA039ao be lae office. One weekend 'day required.
DUCEk. $1800/mo 3BR/2BA ,LR/ .DR/I nM no E2h/. 'eeAk2nd floor based .C 'isc. i e' on ; $10/hR. Fax resume to (904).247-9949.














'alty, 241-4141. .. www penbapksovilEbRch com C sohrLe Cr T.Aa'pr. u''rehpaic Is encouraged to ,rpea.a.K-, op Is-

















new .arpet 95 .ae 'ki oJ h da StaVuye,, persons with disabilities need- Will be sold or otherwisendisposed of at
FR o eat-n.kchen. irplae; W OCEANFRON .URNI$99/m.ED & nfrCan g.special accommodation to participate 10 AM Saurday April 2006 t sa- EXPERIENCED ONLY. MusH have reliable-
screened 2car, garage Includes hoes ndos Fro $500 per n VORCE $275- $350.should covers chi y dren(s) o as tthe. ransportaion. 3 d ays/wk and s ome Satur-
SELVA lNKIDE- 3BR/2BA allha week SouthReally241-414. Clerks O9ice no later than4)3-6423 5:00 P.M. the ees Disposiio ll take placeounry Pan CallDe aer 2
ywoadflors, lard .ba' asysqcIton fesmo., ,. 9 .. Cp, day omeeting. n eMiur'i SageL,-Excludes 33 M ARd., ext.3352.DESKPOS
n249-3 s 3mo .2 7 .- 'Hme s- ..N ',g 'feet" 'Call weekdays 800)462-2000' i t ..he. .equest1ac the r ording ieretary
".SOUT'H-. AX Beac. '413. .10th.A.. 2BR/2B,..55star'amenItle;'..Grea,.6catioant'-Uext60o.9 lBam-7plm)' Alia Divorce '. LLC' pror io he beginning of:themeeting.' LPN OR' RN
ATLANTI BEAc.. .Bon lor Wunit 3/$1102-.m' d ost..' Lisalhed 1977. rIn e accordance wi ght toe Americans y Sa. 9-4 Sun. 11-4 Busy Real Esae
3BR/I.51BA3. Carport. fencedl.Available" 838'9400.,'". '" -' -. "'-"''.'- '. .Disabilities Act bnd' Section 286;26 Flor -Every.weekend, am to. 7pm ala Premier,
4/,1 5. New carpet, tile, cabinets, bath, fix-.. "'." ""ARRESTED? ALL criminal defense felon- da 'Statutes, persons with disabilities Retirement Community Health Center. El-
lures. 1700,'mo.+ depoit. 398-0232: 'THE VILLAS&' 28Ri2BA, gara a, porch. aes;'risdemeanors, state or federal charg- needing special accommodation o opartici- cellent -work environment. Exper;enre in
ground".' Iloor, .poool;' 'etc. 1050/610. as,'parole, brobatlonr, DUI, traffic tickets. pate in this meeting should contact the geriatric care" desired Applications at
3BR/2BA IN Oak Bridge, :Avail; 4-1...-'. WITH '1IYR LEASE,,LAST MONTH, FREE. Bond reduction. 'Private attorneys stae- Planning and Development Department Fleet Landing Security-'Gate, OneFleet
-S1 l95,,hu.,.alu 1994)476.69,1.u. .' 2313-3545 '."" wide, 24 hours. A;A-A Attorney Referral no later than 5:00 p.m. on the rl ced- Landlvd.: Atlantic Beach, F-L: Fax t
WHU 'PABLO BAY ONRN/mo, GREAN NT RENTAL s .. Service (800)733 5342.. ing the meeting. mnmum bds to oce n Ponte Vedra. 10obsfer hour.
NearMayo Clinic. 4BR/3BA249 on lakere 4BR/mo.eekly, thly, yerly. BL32906 copensateorallcosts. Email resumes t o coastalpvbaol.come.
ge334 ator, washer/dryer- 2300sf co. BL 3/29/06 SEEKING P RETAIL CASHIER
iurty0pool, tennis court; 13841 Harbor- PVB8,GRAND CAY,I1BR/1BA;,2nd-flool, .EXPERIENCE REQUIRED
Crtek,.$1995,'mo. 273-0125. gated,' qljbriouse, pool:' W/D.' No pets..' ReUU i, i M"'. AUCTION NOTICE' WEEKENDS A MUST. NO NIGHTS
LOaNl 5,/1'Rln75/mog' (904)273-1.606? .' ..PLEASE APPLY IN PERSON
OOKBINhG FOR loving flamdiy. Cute: clean ..' "PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given that pursuant to the PINCH-A-PENNY POOL, PATIO, SPA

,^. 'a,',t:' :i Ida 1982; 'the "persona- proparty. mcon- OUTGOING, -PERSONABLE, dog lover

0Fencedya.d;Elght,'blocks' to l;I.roesi,,W,.F wil p1 held n" Mon' .. .. "", HOUSEKEEPER NEEDED by couple "no
Beacp. $,1390/mo ,,237-741 8 7-93 3i.', .ijaxbeacorei~a .;ork.85-391.'l -,tg9 '-,.,.... 20'at ;.m 'Bi '" Dails -S ..r.. soN E u


JAX'BEACH ',5B ,, AV h'--f;., ,-',vated .1.9,872-1'23.' "'%.. .': '- "uf. jaerson ddeides td appeal any decision washhr, dryer misc, boxes fumiture 2498919r
T.wn...e-ei .e '- ,- D ,.'EAN R. ......R... _m aad e;oby-,the, City Council wit respectto tires, tool boxes. -
TwnhusoneMfcadt a' 2- 'm.L. EAF.`R'1r2R 'utsd. an y 'sy, l atterp-considered' atany meeting Lorraine Davison, USSJFK, D43'7, 1Ox20, PART TIME evening Commercial Clean-
.PONTE VEIDRA ,1",lI6k~j'to'Oc'AanF Oce t'FT Rs:BEACH Z2Bf:i2BA". '.hot pfirb.cedings,'and.. foi such pur lose such Daniel C, Silv& Atlantic' Beach. C335, pay. Professional drug- free workplace.
nraeeiea f,-, 4Bfl/5bA' 'c n, fJ/( Th d'Ja'aTieAcgd-' p9,drmayneed to-ensure t1t vers lOxlO misc. boxes, fumnture.Must poisess identification. Social Sacuri-
$2500,'nd', '707-7000..:'', ,,. '-,, in yaid.g'1is872.P1231.'.."l'.' ""'. '''" tiri"edord orf the proceedings..is made, Deboish J Welch, Atlantic Beach, C340, ty card &References. (904)484-6625 or
...--. -...' ....' '-. "-"-.. whicn'h reord, ludaes' the testimony and 5x10, misc, boxes, bikes, loots. fax (904)825-0619.
AT'LANTJC.'BEACH 3BR/2BA hfte jUset 'SY JAX' Bch. 2BR. fully.fuimshed o.ceani-' ev dencd upon which 'the. appeal is to be Judyann 'Evelyn: Allahtic n BechBA039a U
boI6cks to b'ea'chl $1650/mo?--Al South Re. I, .roit"condo '",M6'othly/Weekly .241-0267 bed. m trn URGENTLY NEED inlligenorganzied
aity, 2.4'1141." ww. rentipkso lvilebedch com -'J "' '- withs' Christoh e r Lee Cruz on s. Ail PR person tor temporary/ part-lime help with
'^ ,- -, n-accrdance the Americans With B182C 5xlo mscrozes, furniture. paper work John 246-3394.
screened-' in p6rh w tropical, 'bac~kyard0, l'y,.'uIy iumishedr241 -1384. .....D t At Scin2.26. F'n- b sbdo FLOOR TECHS
new,0'carpe,- nc k n 'x,, BC OCEANFR NT,, .'FURNISHED', & unfur- Ingl special accommodation to participate 10.00 AM Saturday Aprl 15 2006 tosat- EXPERIENCED ONLY. Must have reliable
...3 ,rf ............ "- ..... "' ',"" -, nJshedhhomeas'&:dondosi'From $600 per in this meeting' should contact the City sly lien(s) for past due rent(s) cost and transporla on. 3 days/wk and some Satur-
'SELVAi'MNKSIDE-'3BR/2BA, all'hsrd- weeklfvAll SouthiReallyd'241 4141. Clerk's Office no later than 5:00 P.M.. the fees. Disposition will take pface',dt- Pan days. Call Debbie after 2pm. 285-3400.
wood' fibors, large back-yard $1600/mo AL H3 .h...se e furish dayof'the meeting Am Mini Storage, 2383 Maypon Rd At ext.3352.
no,,ot pt3 04.. 'd '3o.ocean,,$180mo,,993-3226. Lisa Volpe CMC antic Beach, FIL32233. Pan Am Mini FRONT DESK POSITION. Weekends:
ATLANTIC_ BEACH'I,'West2 ,3/2-', NO-"A /CCi tyClStorage reservedthe right.to reject any Sat. 9-4, Sun. 11-4 Busy Real Estate
WI HU"' nnced'yald;' 'no pals $1650/mo O '.QCEANFRONT. RENTAL 9t Clerk and all bids and establish minimum-bids to office in Ponte Vedra. $10. per hour.
plus,'..ddk.Avall;., Maylet, 249db59 d 4BR/4BA'.. weekly monothy .Yearfy, C II BL 03/29/06 ... p cots ... Email resumes to coastalpvb@aol.com
HU '." 904-2498269." 'BL3/29,4/5/0 .. or tax 10285-5616


MAYPORT AREA (off of Assisi), furnish-
ed, deposit, real's. $450/mo. ,372-4265.
N. ATLANTIC Beach/ Spectacular Ocean-
front, THE BLUFFS. SHARE huge 2500sl
luxurious tirl-level condo. Furnished, 3
decks, private garden & entries, garage
prkg. Huge pool, wooded & secluded .
$1200/mo Incl. tel., until cable, wireless
networking. 12 mos lease Will consider
shon term @incr. rent. Avail. June 1 or
sooner. 716-4232.
PVB HOME. Nice neighborhood, bay win-
dow, wasner/dryer. Furnished/unturnisn-
ed. $400/mo. -includes utilities. Laura,
273-8633.
ROOMMATE. KERNANiATLANTIC Nice
3BR/2BA house, washer/dryer. $495/mo.
including utililiesicable. 210-7372,
568-2157.
PROFESSIONAL FEMALE would like
someone to share 2BR/2BA apt. at Ail
Beach Walking distance to beach & res-
taurants. $500/mo. +1/2 utilities. Call after
5pm 1904)476-8114.
ROOM IN large hbme, swimming pool.
pool table, exercise equip. 874-0130.


PONTE VEDRA Animal Hospital needs
F/T Kennel Attendant. No experience nec-
essary. Apply within, 28 Coiona Rd.
285-7924
MEDICAL PERSONNEL needed M.A,.
Ironi-olfice, medical records, Billers. Tran-
scriplionisls. Family Practice, OBGYN,
and -.Dermatology experience preferred,
Fax resume 636-0066'
DENTAL ASSISTANT. Immediate open-
ing, due to illness. Beaches general prac-
uce, 9am-5pm, Monday-Thursday. Dr.
Dukes, 241-5342. F.ax:.241-5966. .
CUSTOMER SERVICE/ inside sales. Our
growing' internmet company iri Atlantic
Beach has an excellent opportunity for a
fullhime energetic learn member. Ideal
candidate will have 1 plus years experi-
ence .inside sales or customer service,
and excellent communication, computer
and internet skills Base pay'+ bonus/ com-
mission. $25-30K plus. No evenings no
weekends. Email resume: kclausen@ln-
iernationalSiudent.cobm'.
FULL-TIME RECEPTIONIST/ Dispatcher.
Beaches area company. Fax resume to'
246-0377.
CASHIERS-NEEDED, FT/PT, Proctor Ace
Hardware & Garden' Cenler. 580 Atlantic
Blvd.', Neptune Beach. Apply in person.
PRINTING COMPANY PERSONNEL
growing printing Co. 'needs office person-
nel, graphic anisi, pressman, and bindery
Fax resume to 241-7349.
WINSTON FAMILY YMCA Summer Camp
Program Must love to work with kids,
ages '5-11. Energetic,' like to be outside,
nave strong leadership skills. Heather
Mulkey or Knsten Bardees, 543-9622.
CONTRACTS ADMINISTRATION
Ponle Vedra Beach: Qualifications include
AA Degree,. analytical .thinking, detail ori-
enled and have contracting/ bidding expe-
nence. Construction background is help-
lul. Experience. w/Excel Able to work
against deadlines:. $40K-$50K based on
experience. 401K/ health/ life Insurance.
EOE Resumes to lmorns@cnlre.com
FINE JEWELRY SALES
Earn $25,000 and up selling tine Jewelry
in our Neptune Bch store. If your are dedi-
cated arid -willing to learn this is'a great
opportunity to pursue a career in fine jew-
elry. Retail experience a must. jewelry a
plus Pleasant working atmosphere.
Please apply by fax 247 8003 or email in-
fo @ allenslewelers.com
NO NIGHTS, No Sundays. Front Counter
help for First Coast Laundry & Cleaners,
610 North 3rd Street. Jax Beach
DRIVERS CDL-A. Excellent Home-Tirne!
Great pay/benelits 0/0's welcome 2yrs.
OTR, good MVR. Centurian Auto Trans-
port. 800-889-8139
CARPET INSTALLERS needed immedi-
ately. Must have workmens comp and
general liability. Call Doug at 993-2943.
NEW RESTAURANT, Jax Beach. Manag-
ers & All Positions. FT/PT. 205 1st Street
North. 338-5067.
CARPET CLEANERS needed. 3-5 jobs
per day, 5 days. $600-$1000 per week.
Need reliable truck, van, 'or SUV. Experi-
enced or will train. 642-9950.
PRODUCTION/ WAREHOUSE Position.
Manage/ unload incoming/ outgoing ,ship-
ments. Warehouse organization. Some
product assembly and forklift operation.
Apply at New Arrivals, Inc. 725 Atlantic
Blvd #16. 246-0687.
DRIVER- NOW hiring qualified drivers for
Central Florida local and national OTR po-
sillohs. Food grade tanker, no hazmat, no
pumps. Great benefits, competitive pay
and new equipment. Need 2 years expen-
ence. Call Bynum Transport for your op-
portunity today; (800)741-7950.
ORDER FULFILLMENT position. Picking
and 'packing of customer orders. Apply at
New Arrivals, Inc. 725 Atlanltc Blvd. #16.
246-0687.
LMT/'REHAB Assistant needed for busy
doctor's office. 273-2691 or fax resume
273-4607.


PUBLIC NOTICE
The Board of Adjustment for the City of
Jacksonville Beach, Florida will me6t and
hold public hearings on Tuesday, oApril
18, 2006 at 7:00 p.m. In the Council
Chambers, located at 11 North 3rd
Street, Jacksonville Beacn to consider the
following vanance applications:
BOA 06-100062 City of, Jacksonville
Beach Land Development Code Sec-
tion- 34-336 (e)l1) ae or 40o ol coverage
in lieu of 35%' maximum to allow for a
swimming pool addition to a single-family
dwelling, for property located at 1008
Nonh 71h Street, more specifically, Lot
25, Block 8. Beach Homesries. Unit 1
BOA 06-100068 City of Jacksonville
Beach Land Development Code Sec-
tion. 34-336 |e)(1) a, lor 48o lol coverage
in lieu ol 35% maximum to allow lot a
swimming pool addition to a single-family
dwelling for property located at 51
Tallwood Road, more specifically, Lol 8,
Block 25, Ocean Forest Unit 11.
BOA 08-100072 City of Jacksonville
Beach Land Development Code Sec-
tion: 34-336 le)l1) e, for 38% lol coverage
in lieu of 35%' maximum and 34-373 (f),
lor an engineered paving system In lieu ot
asphalt or concrete to allow for a new sin-
gle-family dwelling, for property located
at 534 Nonh 17lh Avenue more specifi-
cally, Lot 15. Block 6. Surf Park, Unit 1.
BOA 06-100073 City of Jacksonville
Beach Land Development Code Sec-
tion. 34-336 te)(l ) c.2. for an easlerly side
yard of 7.5 in lieu of 1q feet required to al-
low for Improvementls to a single-lamily
dwelling, for property located at 1102
North 18th Avenue more specifically.
Lots 12. Block 3, San Pablo Terrace.


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MATH TUTOR. Cen i1ed, .experienced BEAGCESi CAR Wash- rulDjime help
Malh Teacheniwiil uler K-12 evenings s, neeGea, Wages negoptible+, btps. Benefits
249-2293. Avail. Apply in person, 1401' Bach Blvd.


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NOTICE OF
PUBLIC HEARINGS
CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH
Notice is nereby given the City Commis-
sion of Atlantic Beach Florida will nold a
Public Hearing In City Hall. 800 Seminole
Road, at 7 15 p.m on Monday, April 10.
2006 ior the purpose ol hearing and con.
sidering tne views ol the public concerning
the following proposed ordinance:
ORDINANCE NO. 90-06-190
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF AT-
LANTIC BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING
CHAPTER 24 OF THE ATLANTIC
BEACH CODE OF ORDINANCES, THE
LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS,
SECTION 24-17, DEFINITIONS, PRO-
VIDING THAT SWIMMING POOLS BE
CONSIDERED AS FORTY PERCENT
(40%) IMPERVIOUS, AND PROVIDING
AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
ORDINANCE NO. 95-06-90
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF AT-
LANTIC BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING
CHAPTER 4 OF THE CODE OF ORDI-
NANCES, ANIMALS, ARTICLE I. IN
GENERAL, SEC. 4-11 CLASSIFICATION
OF DOGS AS DANGEROUS, TO PRO-
VIDE FOR EITHER LIABILITY INSUR-
ANCE OR A SURETY BOND, AND PRO-
VIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
ORDINANCE NO. 95-06-91
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF AT-
LANTIC BEACH, FLORIDA. AMENDING
CHAPTER 5 OF THE CODE OF ORDI-
NANCES, BEACHES AND PARKS, AR-
TICLE III, PUBLIC PARKS. BY ADDING
A NEW SECTION PROVIDING FOR EN-
FORCEMENT OF PARK RULES AND
REGULATIONS, AND PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.

ORDINANCE NO. 5-06-46

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF AT-
LANTIC BEACH, FLORIDA, CREATING
A NEW SECTION OF THE ATLANTIC
BEACH CODE TO BE KNOWN AS SEC.
2-131. REAPPOINTMENT TO BOARDS
& COMMITTEES, ESTABLISHING A PE-
RIOD OF TIME WHICH MUST EXPIRE
BEFORE A TERM LIMITED MEMBER
MAY BE REAPPOINTED TO ANY
BOARD OR COMMITTEE, ON WHICH
HE OR SHE HAS PREVIOUSLY
SERVED, AND PROVIDING AN EFFEC-
TIVE DATE.
Tne full text of the. above ordinance is
available ior public inspection in Ihe onllce
of the Ciry Clerk
All persons interested are notilied lo oe
present at Ihe ime and place listed above
and they shall be heard. It any person de-
cides to appeal any decision at any meet-
ing or hearing, he will need a record ol the
proceedings, and for sucn purpose he
may need to ensure thar a verbatim record
of the proceedings is made. whicn record
shall include Ihe testimony and evidence
upon which appeal is to be oasea
In accordance with the Americans with
Disabilities'Act, persons needing a special
accommodation to panicipale in these
proceedings should contact the City
Clerk's office at 247-5809. or al City Hall,
800 Seminole Road
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BOUNCER NEEDED at the beach.
Thurs.. Fri.. Sat nights. Call 514-2507.
NOTICE TO READERS
HELP WANTED classifications in this
newspaper are intended to announce gen-
uine current job openings No lees may be
charged to the prospective employee Ads
lor sell-employment or business opportu-
nities appear under the Business Opponu-
nilies category Ads which may require
payment ol lees for employment Informa-
lion. guidance or training may appear un-
der Job Service Should any HelpWanted
adveniser ask for a fee or If the advertiser
is offering a product or service rather than
a lOb opening, please notify The Beaches
Leader, 249-9033
ABOVE AND Beyond Housekeeping,
seeking responsible individuals, reliable
transponanon and phone required.
591-5901. 514-1188.
SERVERS NEEDED Must be able to
work weekends & handle high volume
Apply in person. Campeche Bay, 127 1st
Ave North. 249-3322.
FESTIVAL WORKERS. needed lor blood
service, good pay, F/T or P/T 904-249-.
8269. 904-591-5175 Iv. msg. if no answer.
SERVERS AND Host/ Hostess needed
Please apply in person at Giovannis.
1161 Beach Blvd...Jax Bcn. M-F.. 11am-
2pm 249-7787
DISHWASHERS NEEDED. Please apply
in person. Giovanni's, 1161 Beach Blvd..
Jax Beach 249-7787.
HOUSEKEEPER & MORE
10-20 nours per week. 510-$15 per hour
wilr, liexiole schedule. Ideal applicant
would be very organized and can melicu.
ously clean cars. 3500sf house with dogs.
laundry and prefer some yard and patio
Please call 346.0024 or 249-0522
CUSTODIAN &
BATHROOM TECHS
Energetic, flexible, multi-task person Reli-
able transportation a must 6pm-10:30pm,
or later Call Debbie aher 2pm. 285-3400,
ext. 3352.



LAWN MAINTENANCE Foreman S help-
ers Apply 7am, TNT Landscape. 1074
10th Ave Soulh, Jax Beach Bonus. 247-
4477
DRIVERS- CDL. A. True lease to own pro-
gram Low payments/ short-erm lease.
Avg. $1 11imile plus iuel surcharge. No
hazmat. No forced dispatch. FFE Trans-
ponation (888)864-0012.
COMFORT INN is now hiring Restaurant
Supervisor, Housekeepers Breakfast
Hos/ Hostess & PT Maintenance. Apply in
person. 1515 North 1st Sr, Jax Bch.
GOLF COURSE MAINTENANCE. Private
Club Atlantic Beach. Drug Free Work-
place. FT\benefils. Experience preferred.
Call Golf Course Maintenance 246-4711.

PORTER/ FLOOR TECH
FULL-TIME at Health Center in Premier
Retirement Community Applications avail-
able at Fleel Landing Security Gale, One
Fleet Landing Blvd., Atlantic Beach, FL
32233; Fax to 904-246-9447; email to
jobs@tleetlanding.com. EOE, Drug-Free
Workplace.

Lawn service seeks individual to perform
dependable quality work. Excellent pay &
ovenime available. Crew Leaders wanted.
Perschel Brothlners Services, Inc. 246-
0967
WANTED: CARPENTERS & Helpers. Re-
modeling Ocean Edge Condos, Jax
,Beach 693-3130.
HAIR SALON looking fdr 3.hair designers
(rental stations). 1 Nail Technician (rental
private room). Call 237-4895
OFFICE ASSISTANT. PT/FT, $8-$9/hr. to
start .M-F flexible hrs Great office envi-
ronment Near UNF. (904)646-1962
CUSTOMER SERVICE Reps, immediate
openings at our Daily's locations. Please
call our joDhline at 596-3266.








March 29. 2006


The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader


LICENSED STYLISTS. LeadQrship &
FT/PT positions in over 30 busy salons.
Hair Cuttery. (904)269-3403. EOE
LAWN CARE helper needed. Drivers il-
cense & transportation required. Pay
equal w/experience. $8-10/hr. 285-2952.
LAWN MAINTENANCE Crew Leader.
Valid driver's license & experience a must.
u Call Randy, 343-3899.
'* "*
SWIMMING POOL Construction. Top
pay & benefits. Palace Pools. 998-1811,
11655 Central Pkwy #313, Jax, FL
32224.
** *
FRAMING CARPENTERS, G.C Superin-
tendent for established company. Drug
free work place, benefits. 241-2721
TAXI DRIVERS Wanted. Clean driving re-
cord required. Call Apnl, 246-9999

EXECUTIVE
ASSISTANT
Jax Beach growing company needs
organized, marketing focused
Executive Assistant with ability to
multid-task. Must test at 60 wpm and
have excellent verbal and written
communication skills. Experience
in Excel and PowerPoint is a must.
Competitive salary and great
benefit packet. M-F 8am-5:30pm.
Email resume to
barryg@desertmicro.net
or fax to 241-7333


Join the crew at The
Boathouse Grill.
NOW HIRING...
Experienced
SLine Cooks
Wait Staff
Hostesses
Apply In Person M-F 9am 3pm
S2321 Beach Blvd.


NURSES
(LPN OR RN)
Full Time Monday- Friday, 7am to 3pmr
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 Gate. One Fleet Landing Blvd., At-
lantic Beach. FL; Fax to (904)246-9447:
e-mail to: Jobs@fleetlanding.com EOE/
Drug-Free Workplace

PERSONAL
ASSISTANT NEEDED
TOP PRODUCING AGENT
IS [N NEED. CANDIDATE
MUST HAVE STRONG
ORGANIZATIONAL AND
COMPUTER SKILLS IN
PUBLISHER, MICROSOFT
EXCELL, USE A SCANNER
AND BE CREATIVE.
PLEASE FAX RESUME TO
246-4873


Immediate
Openings
Join our team of
cleaning professionals

No Nights or Weekends
Paid Vacations
Paid Holidays
Competitive Wages
Company Vehicle
apftL. in pzowm to:;


2201 Flonda Blhd.
Mon Fri 8-4:30
241-9520


F n s Positions Available
Front Desk Supervisor Banquet Supervisor E
Recreation Supervisor Line Cook
RESORT H. R. Assistant Recreation Attendant U
.arrlott. Cafe Italiano Server Maintenance Engineer .
* Bartender Honor Bar Supervisor

We offer competitive wages, excellent benefits,
* opportunities for advancement and
a caring management staff.
Please apply in person Tuesday- Friday. 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. or by appt. 0
1000 PGA TOUR Boulevard; Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082
* Website: www.sawgrassmarrlott.com
Job Hotline: (904) 280-7070
* EOE M/F/D/V






General Contractors, lic.
Atlantic Beach, FL 32233
Since 1987
Looking for Qualified & Experienced individuals
Project Managers
Estimators
Superintendents
Clerical, PM Assistants
Our Wages and Benefits Packages are second to none!
401K & Profit Sharing

Fax or email resume to:
904-241-4427 rpcgc@rpcgc.com
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE


m AT SAFE HARBOR SEAFOOD
t" is looking to fill the following
0 Positions:




Counter Help


Line/Prep Cooks



We offer health, dental, vision insurance, paid
vacation, 401k and competitive salary.
Candidates must be able to work a flexible
schedule including nights and weekends.

Please apply in person at
4378 Ocean Street Mayport, Florida


Attention Drivers
Tuition PAID CDL Training
No Money, No Credit, No Problem!





Join CTL & Enjoy
~ Weekly Pay -
~ $1200 Performance bonus -
~ Loaded/Unloaded Mileage Pay -
~ Excellent Benefits Coverage -
Guaranteed Job upon completion of school!
Classes start every Monday. Exp'd drivers and recent
school grads are also very welcomed!
For information, stop by the terminal at:
5310 New Kings Rd.
Jacksonville, FL


-CASHIER OR shown order cook. Expen-
enced only. Call 390-1125
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT/ Recep-
tion needed M-F, 8-5,, must posess excel-
lent organizational skills, be a motivated
and independent worker. Must have profi-
cient computer skills and be capable of
handling, a variety of tasks. Please fax re-
sume to 285-3363.


COME ON

BOARD

for the summer!
Ponte Vedra Inn & Club and
The Lodge & Club
are now hiring for these
seasonal positions:
Host/Hostess
Diningroom Attendants
Servers .
Beach Rentals
Swim Instructors
Slide Monitors
Line Cooks
Pool Porters
Camp Counselors

Apply
Saturday, April 1
10a.m. 2p.m.

The Lodge & Club

607 Ponre Vedra Boulevard,
Ponte Vedra Beach
(904) 280-6076
email: jpawlick@pvresorts.com
n.e ht.e Wn'knl.-le EOE^


EXPERIENCED LINE Cooks needed.
Nights. Apply in person Campeche Bay
Cantina, 127 1st Ave. North, Jax Beach.
Top Wages. 249-3322.
LAWN TECH needed for beach pest con-
trol company. Good pay Monday-Friday,
benefits, good driving record required,
DFWP, Call 241-7874.


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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-Lime positions available:
,,, Security Officer -
Lifeguard Lieutenan -
Irrigation Technician
Laundry Truck Driver
Pool Technicians
Line Cook
Pastry Cook
Nursery/Recreation Attendants
Banquet Set-Up Attendants
Starter/Rangers
Golf Course Maintenance
The Spa Various Positions
Housekeeping Inspector/Inspectress
Bell Stand
Laundry Attendant
Host/Hostess
Dishwashers/Utility
Servers / Diningroom Attendants
Gourmet Shop Attendant
Gym & Beach Reception
Seasonal Opportunities [
Camp Counselors
Slide Monitor & Swim Instructors
Beach Rentals & Pool Porters
Patio Servers
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 9amn- 4pm or for%% ard resume to:
Ponte Vedra Inn & Club
200 Ponte Vedra Blvd.
Ponte Vedra Beach, .. 32082
Job Line: 904-280-3607 Fax: 904-273-7753
See current openings at: Profildes.hospitalilyonline.com/211464
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Oceanfront Excellence


ADMIN. ASSISTANT Cheeriul, prolessio-
nal appearing person ror ohice in Jax Bcn.
Full or pan-lime Some weekends re-
quired $9;hr Apply in person or bring re-
sume to All Sourh Realty 3090 South 3rd
St., Jax Bcn.
PC/ SERVER TECHNICIAN
City of Atlantl.c Beach. $16.18/nr.
($33 654yvr)to $20 23,'nr it42,078/yr.)
DOO -oenetils. Performs repair' main on
Windows and oiner sorrware systems 8
servers. Mm. 3 yrs hands-on MS desktop
server & network suppon Applications ac-
cepted untl 4/5.06 at 800 Seminole Rd.,
All. Beacn, FL 32233 For more info visit
www.coab.us or call 1904)247-5820 No
smokers/ tobacco users. Drug & poly.
graph testing conducted, EOE
PAINTERS WANTED tor custom home
painting., Transportation & experience
635-9249
, 'j. SIGNING- BONUS :
Lead Carpenter. Working Superintend-
ent needed by growing high-end builder
located in the Beaches area. Require al-
enuion to details. tools. ability to read
plans, and knowledge oi all phases of res-
idenital building process Best construc-
tion job al the Beachl 273-2207.
PAINTERS
EXPERIENCED PAINTERS wanted Must
nave own tools & Iransponalion. Nearness
& dependability a must Phone Larry He-
ise Painting 247.364-1.
JANITOR NEEDED Corporate office
building. Able to lile 30-pounds, pass
background check Apply al 7880 Gate
Parkway Suitle 300, Jax. Fl 32256 or fax to
904-899 4654. E.O.E./ OFWP.
CNA, 11P-7A 3p-lip, F'T, P,". PRN,
must enloy working witn the Elderly. Apply
in person at Ashtord Counrt Assisted Liv-
ing, 1700 The Greens Way. Jax Bch, FL
32250. EOE, DFWP


NAEYC ACCREDITED PALMS PRE-
SCHOOL SEEKING ASSISTANT
TEACHER/ FLOATER. Associate in early
childhood &/or experience, preferred. Po-
siion provides opportunity to work with
children, ages 2-5 Monday-Friday, 9am-
6pm. EOE 247-0983
LAWN MAINTENANCE nelp, must be
able to work lor female 343-7989.
RECEPTIONIST
PONTE Vedra opportunity tor articulate.
poised individual who is able to multi-task
Compensation to 32K with excellenI bene-
fits. EOE. Resumes to Imorrisi@cnire.com
HOUSEKEEPERS
Full-Time with great benelils and work en-
vironment at a premier retirement com-
munity Experience' preferred Applica-
tions available at Fleet Landing Security
Gale, One Fleet Landing Blvd.,' Atlantic
Beach, FL 32233 Fax to 904-246-9447.
e-mail to jobs@fleetlandlng.com EOE/
Drug-tree Workplace
DRIVERS '- CDL A Special Orientation
Pay for Experienced Drivers! Home Week-
ends! Great Pay & Beneliesl Paid Training
for School Gradsl Cypress Truck Lines,
Inc www.cypresstruck.com 1888)808-
5846


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OFFICE MANAGER
OFFICE MANAGER for fast paced grow-
ing company, printing or copy experience
preferred, fax resume to 241-7349.
PAINTERS
FULL-TIME at a Premier Retirement Com-
munity. Expenence 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.
FIRST CHOICE Home Improvements.
Needs skilled; carpenters & tree climbers.
349-2628.
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
Bushong Insurance, one of Ponte Vedra's
largest Propenyi Casualty Insurance Brok-
ers. desires a candidate to assist with ir's
administrative needs. Join in to Ihis excel-
lent work environment with. opportunities
Ior advancement, as well as a superior
benefits package. Applicants must be de-
tail onented and possess excellent com-
puter skills, for consideration,, fax resume
to 285-5161.
LABORERS, HELPERS, Skilled personnel
(all types). Call 249-8147, or apply 203
South 3rd Street, Jax Beach. Good pay &
benefits.
HELPER FOR Vinyl Flooring. Must have
valid driver's license. 403-5115.
OPTOMETRY OFFICE front desk and all
office aspects.-Candidant should have an
outgoing friendly personality w/ability to
multi-task. Bookkeeping PC, organization-
al and customer service skills a must.
Medical office experience and Spanish a
plus. For consideration fax resume to
221-6504.
SALESPERSON NEEDED. Apply in per-
son at Sea Shells & Coral, 230 North
Boardwalk, Jax Bch.
LIQUOR STORE CLERK. Banender,
Door Person. Must be able to work days,
nights, weekends, and holidays. Must
pass drug test and background check.
Call Robertn @ 465-0149.
OFFICE ASSISTANT, experienced
w/strong PC skills, beaches office, FT/PT
Fax resume 246-8615.
*DRIVERS*
DO you want to join a winning team. Don't
get left out. Our driver's make $500-$700
per week Call-249-5151 ask for Bnan or
493-5250 ask for Tim Collins.
POLICE PATROL OFFICER
City of Atlantic Beach. Must have current
law enforcement certification acceptable
to the State of Ff. and be eligible to com-
Slete Florida training and certification with-
n6 months of hire. $16.18/hr., $647/wK.;
$33,654/yr. +benefits. Applications must
be received by 04/19/06 at 800 Seminole
Rd., Atlantic Beach. FL 32233 Testing on
4/29/06. For more info visit. www.coab.us
or call (904)247-5820. No smokers/ tobac-
co users. Drug testing conducted. EOE.


RECEPTIONIST 1FOR busy Ponte Vedra
real estate office:'Full time, good pay Call
285-5585.
0/0 Driver FFE, The F/S is higher here'
$1 11 Avg. $2,000 sign-on $2,600 referral
bonus. Base plate provided. No truck no
problem. Low payment with shon lease.
(800)569-9298.
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR of Recreation.
Marsh Landing Country Club seeks a full-
time individualuto coordinate weekly youth
activities, summer camp events as well as
develop new programs. Experience with
children and event planning required.
CPR, AED and First Aid certification man-
datory. Apply in person, Tuesday Satur-
day. Ponte Vedra Beach, 285-1909. Drug
testing/E O.E.
EVENTS REPS
A Reader's Digest Co. seeks professio-
nal, Independent sales reps to sell Books
to businesses & corporations In the Jax
area. Guaranteed commission of
$2800/nio. for the first 3 mthsl Invento-
aU training & support provided! Computer.
OV/Traller & storage needed. For details
& to apply:
www.booksaretun.com
Rp.qi2117BR
Fax: 888-556-4795
Call: 800-966-8301 x2698
TELEMARKETERS- GOOD Phone
Voice? Fun on the phone. No experience.
no selling, paid training. Start today.
642-9950.
BARTENDER NEEDED. 4 days only.
11am-7pm. Apply at 2206 Mayport Rd
ATLANTIC COAST Pools is looking for full
time Service Personnel. Good driving re-
cord required. 246-7431.
PRINTING COMPANY hiring Sales,
Pressmen, Bindery, Graphic Design, and
Pre-press. 514-1090.
HAIRSTYLIST
LOOKING for a change? Established Sal-
on has opening for stylist w/cllenlel. Excel-
lent working conditions, 600o Commission.
Health & Dental Insurance. Retirement
plan All Inquiries confidential. Contact
Bob or Susan at Susan Merrick Hair De-
signs (w)246-7272 or (h)246-1579


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The City of Jacksonville Beach is seeking to hire a Building
Maintenance Mechanic; the appropriate candidate will have


experience in maintenance, repair and/or construction and will be ab
to perform general building maintenance activities to include:
maintain & repair buildings, perform carpentry, electrical, plumbing
& mechanical maintenance tasks, also perform custodial tasks as
required. A high school diploma or GED along with a valid FL


driver's, license is required.

We offer excellent benefits to all full-time regular employees, in a Drug Free workplace.
For consideration submit a completed City of Jacksonville Beach application. For
complete job description and an application visit us online at
www.JacksonvilleBeach.org, in person 11 North 3rd Street, 2nd floor, Jacksonville
Beach, or call 247-6263
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CLERICAL PROFIGIENT'In. Word,F_'cel"-. FACIALS &'MICRODERMBRASION
Detail orlehlated. Benefits. Fax:; 694-110.8. Beaches Mobile Skin Care by Kimberly. I
Email. resurime@completeclaim.com come to you offering facial services and
Smicrodermbrasion.. Call for an appt.
GARDEN CENTER Merchandizer. Assist 608-7912.
customers, water & stock displays. www.beachesmobile@yahoo.com.
246-3672--
FACIAL 9CIALIST with, lentelewant-
ed. AlAIIL TECH' ~/clentele` No I ,
acryllyc gY ;Jax Be ac.. IlC :kE7 -
2 .CLEANING HOMES,
V.ET RY TECH needed 6r high 'ol COOKING& RISING.
u I At'I leqs' twde experts'
hce4 .tfoetwoI P ri T Ffedofl1,! j f a4rvioes
cellen l Fa.resun 'tbi'4 301 .4Nped a help ng ndSenor iens &
or cal 77? for more info. Beaches realtors i'Wercome,' ,-*(Q04)363-1806
Animal' ,srBeacn Blvd. Jax Bepch. (904)476-1445..
HAIR" IST needed at Pe6p's-in'Ja I' YOU aie IJerested,|i advertising under
Beach 60%.mmlssion. Call Tina ,tiscategory please0call 4-249-0,33 or
249 i ,. eail; classified_ bacheIlpader.,gm ,
PAI N AEEER Wanted',- driver's RIVATE CARlNiVER4 peeneed in all
Ilcens P!all.307-8012. .. phases of caregiving. CofnpassionqaTe, ref-
CARR 'LP/Laborers. Beqch e ences. 379-471.T vaiab o ca orur
ara.. Xer~pt.,.Transp6 ationa piu. qNA/vEDTbhavailablgocare loryour
Cal 1 r ,pra90 .* loved. one Over 20yrs exp.;.Good refs
S :- ... **. -. Call Mrs.Th rrias.434-457 3- .. ..
BURDENa ARE oSERVICEqte1 rel- .
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ADM._A.SSISrANT-9.-Baches. -firiancial
plannlpg/..insurrc .e practice needs ani,. ex-.
penied.'and reliable ream-player. to join
our ctIgeniai,' professional. office.. Use
your communication. client service'and'or-
ganizdrional skills.lo help .us serve our
wondelffclienls. Requires strong Micro-'
son Ohice skills, superb, attMrf.lodelail and
independent, lfollow.:tllrougl .abilities:
E-mail your, resume anc salaryarequlre-
meni to 1 NEBBAJ@aolcom'ri'EOE ','


$ o '$'$ $
Big Sale; 75o otf selected fashions. JJ's
Clothes'Closet, 695 Atlanic'Blvd.. Atliaritic
Bch. '
NEW 'G.E. Top loading white washer.
Super capacity. $250. 910-7628.
ADULT GO. KART, 12HP, shocks. .disc
brakes: $300'[OBO. 553-7203. '",.
FLORAL COUCH: 90", like new. 'Paid


,AMERBCN .lHOME .Companios, 'seeks 1o000: ASKip$,400..,285-8600..
expp r I Id ive-i care versp, WHIthTEe .
ex. .i...d live-ih caregtversr. .eld- WHITE VELOUR'Sectiondl Pit Sofa. Paid
ed vor. 2,3, 4 or. d ay per.-week Up $1200Aski 00,Lke new543336,
to $,110/day.631-5354. '5 ..Askin0.. Like new: 5343336,
''-' SCUBA GEAR,;Re/.'-computer..,:BC vest,
CHILDTIME .LEARIN.G 'Cented'.i sebes wetsults,-many"'e)tras,'$300..212-4040.
experienced Teacheai;r.Cooks/housekeep-'- -,.,;'. i .
Sr,'F& PTa'vnai We' ffr AMND .1.250T 'ladies- engagement
'pe1iti olaty & bee6fis' ackge' ,'Cqj'7i2,-' :4395 241-56666 '
273-,6960 ,6r,'lax resume o:.280.5742 K J. -'
'- __ .--:____ ..-.; I BED- KING mattress set, $289. *.Can, de-


BARTENDEU NEEDED,, DaylnmeO.,ply
al2840Jvayportd :- .'. t ,; "''r
PERSON 'EXPERlENCED wilh cu fing &
polishing graiei, dJax'hiBk.46,4-1172;
CARPET 1CIEANlER .Hed1p i';. 30p.ours,,
days, some weekends; nce.
221-9550. "


. liver. (904)391.-Q i:-- :" '.
BED'L BRAND. name.' queen' set,
'new. *wwarr&arity $129. Car), deliver
(904)858-9350:- ,
,200 SQUARD. 'Yards of Mohawk. belgd
',short .pile carpeting, brand new. $975.
424-6809


PAYDAY CHECK 'Oashers accepting ap-..WHITE,, QUEEN, Size' Bedroom Set.,
. plcatins..AApy'i.rson 2156-2 ay- iece, lornica.,finish $300. Qqeen size


DOUBLE STROLLER side by side, good
condition $50, Bassell crib,(pinkpainfa-
ble). $50 Sun-etched glass top dining
room table w/cloth chairs, new $1200 ask-
ing $300. 821-1070 or 613-4920
THOMAS KINKADE Palnlings, Cobble-
stone Bridge 28"x42' Village Cnristmas
18"x24" Light of Freedom 12"x16', w/cer-
Il's. Must sell,cover med exps 20%" below
valqe, 904-860-4124.
COMBINATION BUILT-IN oven/ micro.
wave, Whirlpool Gold, exc. condo $350
285-4618
AT&T PARTNER phone system. 5 phones
installed [or $899. 249-8877.
DOUBLE GARAGE door, sand colored.
2yrs. old, very good condition w/garage
opener, Keypad and 2 removes all
hardware included. $500. 2'x4 stained
glass insert for door, clear & red $150
Fulon, queen-size exc cond $150
821-4096. ,


HEART PINE, tongue & groove Ilooring
cut Irom antique Pine thmoers. Insialltanon.
slair, material. FLORIDA HEARTWOOD
249-8310.


ABSOLUTE AUCTION. 96 acres moun.
lain property within Cherokee Na onal,
Fdresi Proclamation Boundary. Saturday,
April 1, 1030a.m Call 1800-4FURROW
or visil'www furrow com TN Lic #62


IF YOU are Interesled in advertising under
this category.'piease'call 904-249-9033 or
e-mail: classified@beacnesleader com
*GOLD*DDIAMONDS*
*tr TE JEWELRY*
BROKEN ',GOLD JEWELRY*
A1A-'PRESTIGE JEWELRY & PAWN
327 10THAAVE. NORTH, 241.5666.


RUMMAGE SALE. Friday, Saturday 8am-
2pm. Indoors. Spaces to rentoutside
Jacksonviile Beaches :Womanis Clur.
.1315 2nd' Ave. Nonh 246-2737,
249-0786. -


1127 $_$1
NIP. G GOLF CLUBS.;Cochere or Penman


2000 BAYLINER 2452SE. 24', sleeps 4.
Marine head, 220hp, Outriggers, ball
lank, shower $26.000. or pay-off if less
537 6229
JOHN ALMAND 23' Fly Bridge Magic-lil
Irailer; will irade lor three 3-passenger Jel
Skis, OBO Fiberglass canoe/Iransom
$350 OBO 307-2841
BOAT STORAGE in PV Visil
www.MarlnaClubPV.com
1998 SCARAB, 30' w/irailer, twin 250's.
low ours $53,000 firm. (229)359-0730.
BOSTON WHALER 20' Dauntless 99
Suzuki 225 Grea lor family and fishing
Boat, moior and iraller well mrainialned.
many extras. $18K 318-1880 or 607-
5534


ADVENTURE CRAFT, 28' Houseboat
100p 4S (amaha. AC.'Heai, generator.
Excelieni condihon 223-0224


2000 HD, Dyna Wide-Glide, wheels,
pipes, bags. extras. $13.000 868-7642.


1999 COACHMAN 5in Wheel sleeps 5.6,
CH&A,'microwave, slove, ec. 2 new bat-
lerie.s, .16' slide-oul wiln awning Queen.
size bed. much more. $14.500 OBO Call
19041246-8475 lor more details.
1996 27FT CLASS-C moior home L.ow
mileage, fully equipped, $10.900 OBO
246 8510


PIANO LESSONS. All levels syies &
ages. Wilt come rt your nome Pianb Tun-
ing also available. 241.4954.'655-3300
l;
PLEASE CALL Lynne's Cleaning Service
lor your cleaning needs ..Jighliy orirce
cleaning now avaialble '343-4018


1988 GMC SIERRA 2500 llat bed, 4x4.
$1400 OBO. 210-9271.
2000 FORD Windslar LX Clean. 4dr,
7 passenger. AC. only 52.000mi. $7900.
718-044-15
1994 DODGE Caravan SE 173.000
miles, oil changed every 3000 miles Runs
Kreal Minor cosmetic damage $1200
BO. Call 992-3881.
2002 FORD Windstar Minivan LX,
69.975mi exc. cond., very clean, loads of
extras $9800 334-5775.
2001 CHEVY S-10 LS, immac. cond., AT.
stepside bed A/C. AMiFMCD, $6900
OBO 887-9030


98 OLDS Acrneva. 4DR Auto, looks &
drives real. $2500 OBO. 716-2586


2000 TOYOTA Solara, immaculate condi-
tion low miles, Jcyl, AT, PWI'PL, cruise,
CD. new tires. $9300 OBO 887-9030


1992 'CHURCH Lady" Buick Cenlury
Reliable Well maintained No longer able
to drive. $1200 '246-9205
1995 BMW 525.X AT PS. PW. PL. very
good condition, exira clean, AMvlFM cas-
sene, 6 CD changer. 158.000 miles
$7250 249-7265
2000 BMW 5281. blue, 84K miles, all op-
lions $15K. 923-0595
2001 BMW3251 t7k miest Garaged, A-'-
automatic. silver leather prem pkg
$23 500. (9041273-1359


PREFERRED LAWN CARE
Comrmarclal Re ioential Lawn mamie.
nance. sprinkler Sysierr s, clean-up.
sod, mulch. Landscape lignhing.
(904)382-0007, 1904)430-0007. Licensed,
insured. Free esirmates inlo-@prelerred.
lawr. com


PALM TREES Hedges Trimmed Yard
SERIOUS HOMEOWNERS, I'll Make Clean-ups. Mulching, Sodding. whatever it
Your Home Spotless! Experienced Rea- takes, eic Dave 249-4724
sonabie rates. 210-7372 ........


LJLU' ..- ,-, ; room Lset, 5-pece, Maplenisn u250. &,Florida. Friday, Saidray'Firnilure, ran. PROFESSIONAL HOME CLEANING
S' LULU'S WATERFRONTGRILLE 53'-33.. 'i' .? 'c' tliues, Tommy Hiltinger-wiags $5ea. Eve. SERVICES. Dependable 'honesI Ihor-"
'(ipe Cok Prep/Utility.Good moneiy,;cas SERGER SEWING'Mach fidr'Jarioma", ning wear, business/ casual, Bose speak. ought Local references. Licensed nisur-
ual atmospheree; very busy, 'great' people used very little. $00 'OBO. 821-4455. ers, computers, acrylic hobby boxes,, Corn. ed 56311690
io.work w`t h. FT/PT. 285-0139 '. a oamroomi snk
wor .,FT/P. .285-.3. HORSE. LINIMENT eases arthritis pain. a. bathroomm snk EXPERIENCED PERSON will clear ,our
'. CURITY OFFICERS, Now avilable-, for humans. Artn-Rx has COMPLETE HOUSEHOLD EsIate Sale nome. Reliable. References Reasonable.
Nee -' .' -been .helpirig 'arlhriti pain sufferers for 516Pdnman R. Friday, Satrday. 8ar -568-2157.' ,
N e e oe l lo r .'.lm me oia ie a w'6.s /T & .'' p o st ",,, 'in .e A r'. .v.n i enio rnt i .. n n 3om l '0'
lions; temeIls;-C D-,.secur. rs Convity- lenient rollon. 3pm PROFESSIONAL CLEANING, depend
Sce reHS Diplma.or.D clean back-, 0----)634 ww.an rx.com b bie. Reasonable raies, ree estimates. Call
,, g rnanl.d rug;,Iree -axtl eehttpay- 'arid.!1 LAWN" EQUIPMENT',package:, .16' frailer 1Roxanne'l9041477-538.
Benf'Its.Odualified:candtales, may.l ax re' I and icommedrcialf mower .edger,- rimmer,
sursmsio:,(904ii281'.Oa4'r,appi'ya:, I'Flrat" bower $3000: n 285 -2952 HU' G H THREE- Farmiiy sale. 528 -ROYAL
CobsSecuri, PALSMS DeR. Saturday, 8am-unti, welder
C -.,'S1t 'iul PVCrRATIp .Sel-tItPning. set 2 lounge weigh[et lhng boatng, oots means
3.2, 9.'r .70 i.t. chairso- chair -w/pttoman', coffee. able;. stuff houseNold, baby ilems, clones.ard NEIGHBORHOOD' ELECTRICIAN Free
Y' AR... S-e'" "- "a' $250. 233-'9022 16 los of-stil. E, n 'ai lob 100 mall. Call
YARD. "COMPACNY. !S&dk._pd@e.nedabe- : ,.."904 803391--.
'help. neat- appear iincg. Good p, COUCH, PULL-OUI. ed: Blue &white 346-4TH St., Saturday, 7am-2pm,. Vn-
*trairi.-4773'856.f 3,-', ,f .rdedni(,slnpe. $50.; 28549.12 age, Schwinn bikes, sota..'16veseat, yard
HOUSE'CLEANERSiNEEDED.Soutlisidd' COUCH CHAIR, Otomriga $100 lakes it tools 'l heslbisol.misco
arid B13eaches. Work-'.in' teams ot ihre. all'(OBO). Tomni 514-2336. SPRING. CLEANING, Garage Sale, '33 "
Must; hIve oWia ornltion. valid driv- EXCELEPATOpRHAND.ycle w/-cushion, 4Sh.St.Satuday p.am-"pm ,FENCES
...era I -5yrs'oldrarqeg-.kepne'$1-500 will sell --. WOOD, FenceSpeciaiisl. insiail. replace
for 0slaModay-rdy o.i'6BO-,2'Toningables1.-up',-1f r MRE 535yrs.peie 'Reerencs Mick 1 '
Home&i Clearind; Ceriei&s Vpi AmencaL aiernariri'.le'g: eitor4dce! .door Enterprise2. 24.1-7276. .83i-d599.
S90462'885 i, .... 'i-- -: -" SATURDA APRIL 1st, '8am-noori Souin En' -ep .r.ses .7 8 9
-........- 'u' METAO NGsave$.Buy direc on AA r)ghls on Solano. right o.r Solano


r lb Tolfee8883933 OMMUNITY ARAGE Sale, Saturday WE BUY MortLages Are you collecting
,o ^ood, A i 6-2pi The" Wododlands, of payments on a mortgage' Wg ail years
e' ...2sJ I U.f la te "l l-0 ... & .0. ,fr F aymer,,? ,Cell e8001282,1251
60ern ofs'Th'i esar .f ri' -e DOIPHIN COVE Cpmmuhiry-Wide Sale. CASH OUT. Corisolidale credit card debt
S e a"vTsedfs n8:30am-? Rain nda-le 04/08. nlb ore Iwq p 2ymen. 1," per year- wi5yr
cr^ eTjo Plgeae join us lor a. lun d6y of bargain guaranteed' payment |.1.34'. APR). All
,in-ed mai c.huntngl. Ilems ary trom cloining, lurni- borrowers must ',qalyi.i crediemploy-
Ilnou-knowi ? dng as cppuo.-cen'ifI ows .140 rp g 4 place ture. baby items: decorative &-household meni-apprairsail (80022993192: Global
... I .... too- gknbdoub i~l14 1-22, o... ..n moe -'tno..n.a.rrgagelM6285. 111 Western Row Rd.,
t-'e hdbo-- "- ehd/ 4tboard-nptl.,easer DWI.ZE MOVE in- sale. urnilure. I n- M aon. Ohm. 1513,324-5718, 813.478-
wmirror, chest 2 ghsrands, 2lnps en, kichen, office, antiques, 13 Robles 1237. Equal Housing Lender
l 'n ng : 5.9i. 2ha6d ddesk,2 -ra er Lane. Sandy Oaks. Saturday, 0a-2p .. ,
ui a tce 0 Me r chai MULTI-FAMILY, FREE hol- dogs.'*chips,
doh.87 p-8a86 0 3 winshin Blvd Dolphin Cove BEACH BOYS, Year-Round Delivery.
.nes (904)$04;81J1ordtreclors. -65. truck load, Ranger Special. 759-1612
'NOTI iREADER .POOL'. WASHE dryer/ e..x -
WARNINGWHILE ishidwspaper does cond., heavy duty,,super calcity. $375 BU'ay M1 U
notiKoipggygaccept'busins 'ljl.'lr&gurt'rnq .874-F vBOOK SALEaSaturday;Aprl1.1. 10am:
ads,. which, require yo;, .Ia b get, $DESIGNER ?.' 1 40 LAMINoATED1' Flooring. 2 pm, Cypress Village off San Pablo. 'Re- S TUc r'.FRUSTRATED Call. Rob All
iptomati on or.thtalerl.youlo(976-.9Qr 75/sf.30othcker', stil in.bx l]st sell 'cords, CD's,. videos, maps, old maga appc'at.ons, house, calls? iraning, repairs,
phoninumbs whichwilreull h. sub- 744534 znes. Silent' auction and free book ap9 upgrade s' websiies, graphics Free pnone
.sanialcarges to'yourpone 'bill, "he ..... praisals 223-6100.' 904-249-3034 or e-mail.
newper canp nt' .uaRenrehBED- ',FULL-SIZE'- cherr sleigh. comca-'._..=:
i n.'b ...... h c / 'ATLANTIC' &, E Hodges,. 100_ homes. c' lirosccmcal.net ; ,
vertise rqures, y3 'o i pi ne se. Can- del er (904)85.8.-9350. Woods Community .Yard Sale. BOKS.
- -cea eryaa o n t- l-'.urniture; clothing', loys, appliances __ _______
oLte, opporrunit6 y ..ea. report-to'. 1'5' ORCH4IDS' "8 "r'u 'i computers, & 'crahs."Saturday,
The.B eachesL' adert o g24990'33l en',' 'i- A 8 .. Calle JonI2338O Nr':,Bri2m
S .ALL. CASH candy 'route oyouearn IGE OVEA StFFED whie couch PABeLO BAY Annual Spring Yard Sale. BUDGET LAWN. Care Service. Mowing
d 30achne A $00Sma bluewhso 250. Boh Sarday. Ailst, 81pm mmng going leanups. Free esti-
Slo:$ 95.?i.<.;(888)6i2-9 2 .g)0 d i co 'ni n-all;24 25255- 5394. PABLO POiNTarea, oHl San Pablo Rd.
aluCS,Ieconbieunuerso ,.HQNEY SLEIGH'crib '$7.5 Hon-y bistro North,.205 Cockaiiel DriveS:Satrday, April -1
.1.CORPORATWE/: Sportsapparel'ftan4l ftble .$75..Natuwral ooddktng headboard, *1st Bam-untl Multm-famiiy'saie,I.is. oi
c e dFu pran nga. d supo "No idxp r .' chest,;d tresser righitlend & ocker.$750 household items, large vaMery ol clothing, .- 8
....dw. avail Call.(0)7t mnerel'mb spons ( wme E E some urilure ED'SLAWNCARE
Ebd -,t,.idMe,'com. .- ,,,, $,M 5D-S3Ir OSPREYR POINTE Community Yatd Saia Dependable Ouary Seviy ce Reasonable I
'DIAMOND TENNIS bracelet 2.5CT $499. San Pablo Rd. Saturday, 4/1 9am-lpm. 'Deprndable 8 u2alti0Serv7ce. Reasonable
IP Tl il 241 5666. 'o aii Rain dale 4s 8. p .res .
AC~S NANNYE hoi t d e bl. G'S'-PED GS540 w/diG m any edxerasqco FISHING/ BOATING Saturday..9arn-2pm ENDLESS, SUlMER Lawncare. Free etir
',' edee"6 ';,,"'. $1400 sel lor $550. Spon'Go-Ped, $250. jon ooatI .O.B. motors, King ldsh rods, mates "rolessional customer- service.
Iransp Ln arn 9 Pocketbike, $199...2.Paint:bll guns, w/all reels, tackle, some urhilure. miscelianes Mowing, edgingweedng. rinmmig- trees,
ean ar1'' CPR & F rst Ad .. # -1 acI., cessores' acbslt.' $700 :sell fo $199. ous men's h ems & household tems. shrubs. Licensed & insured. Residential &
260491,5':'' : i ''. 'Alt like new 246-3692. 1l2855 Deep Lagoon Place Wes (Trie, commercial CALL US FIRSTI 270-2664.
.OVING IN M GOME Qhil CareC B Ages. BEDJ. BEAUTIFLo pprs'.e-pedic. MtG:em Wods) 509-66. .
a os j ....,'0"-lBi'tu:-oamrut ... i- ; ..i ... PERSCHEL BROTHI ERS .
(xO4r858'88oe) som I. tuSERVICES INC. i
CHI6LDAREilnyd.uPho ie;fi6pdON Cme:flnty;. I ( BiQ:. ('9 CATALI Sall bobl 22' tiaj traler 1 R OFESSIONAL LAWNservice. We mow
bg '- l1t attention faodget *ences' iNEW'WALL' Uhint.6lowgoildl-bhods ,large ''naw sh 1T' s med t motor dg lawns. Free esllmales, 246-0967
.: ,, 0. 2 $7100. OBO ,90434.. GREEN ACRES LAWN CARE
.17 1 W4i DIAMOND iSOLITAIRE round' 255. carat HARBORTOWN,. MARINA,. deep water. Orn e time or yeastly Licensed,,, insured.-
i, iWINANN s'stonelf Hcolor, VS clarty hi .sefngol.122' boat slip lor rent, 40t. $600, 50 70,hO Residenlial: Commercial. 742-6763. .
REIAX THEIAI TIC dherb'o d nprd escutdiamonds n oann- I SPLOTABLEL BLUE I.INE .OUTDOOR SERVICES.
e emsp ona h-' e s; -,$9$ h los in' 1t999,& $29009.or -stit;ng' Current value se de, avaieble @ soip.m M obile iet e serv- Mw i ed ga n ga drgbs trimm ing nTees,
any. .,,'1' -'on stone aloneis $s26000. Stone has, ca- '^ice& ,unu lso.a l -85 Capl 5-60$rnmiy -
'ee u rn "2 e Musat sId FT. CAIBE, 199. inflalable. Hypalon IlneoulCShoo.oor 201
oul Cefaiad2462i2:(MA39240) e reaoableofferCll 438629' ,h llraer.$1000.-993.1979. ; mate. ', -
., (1 : ti. .I oa.3mpt[dss6 bogsr in ,i '. ..-- ....-.2 -. .


BOBCUAT BUOB
Grading, 'Lawn Installations. Spread
Dirt. Gravel. Lime Rock, Mulch, Stone,
MUCH MOREI Bob, 334-6091. "

"WEEDING"
BEDS and Hedges/ Free Estimates
Call Clay (352)504-6307
* WASHINGTONIA PALMS QUEEN PALMS *

,GRAND ISLAND
NURSERY &
PALM TREES
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1000s to z

Choose From,

SWe deliver

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10023 Beach Blvd.

~ 334-8408j
*PALMS SAGO PALMS WA5HINGTONIA PALM


ME I
PRESSURE WASHERS or6rent 'r'osale.
Tucker Equipment Retlal 246;1330..


OCEANSIDE CLEANING .INDUSTRIES
Sate roof, cleaning. ,-Deck :- & l. aence
restoration Pressure washing' Licensed &
Insured. Call Kevin 994-0045.

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TWO "M"PAINTING, "
NEV CONSTRUCTION., remodeling and
repaint Residential and commercial. Men.
lion this ad. 246-1529 '
PAINT IT RIGHT! Inleridr,-extenor Free
estimates. Call M;Ke Williams, 285.2651.
25yis. experience


ATLANTIS PAINTING CO.
Property management rates .for quick
rentalsale lurn-arounds, and'cusiom paint
also Call Ior FREE ESTIMATES. 497-
2553r, 724-6.RR77 I ircn.ea Inciured


1992 LINCOLN Towncar Carier. 112,000
miles, good condition. $2900. 223-4110
1994 GRAND PRIX SPECIAL EDITION.
AT. cold AC, Pwr. new tires, well-main-
lainea. very clean Exc. running & driving
car Pnvate owner. $3750 OBO Call ior
more details 476-7321, 982-1809.
1990 MERCEDES SE300, exc condition,
205,000 miles $4100 OBO. 813-1200.
1993 FORD Thunderbird, new engine, au-
to A/C, CD $1900 OBO. 716-2586.
RED HOT CIVIC
Sparkhng new red paint with 17 rims
looks greal on this 1993 4-door Honda
Civic. Manual, new clutch, very well main-
tained, 200,000 miles Economical, good
looking transportation. $2000 249-3143,
333-4641.



FREE PICK UP
of Junk Cars/Trucks
in 30 Minutes
Top cash on all that runs!
783-4114



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SAVE NOWI Interior & Exterior painting
Pressure washing. 19yrs at Beaches.
Free Estimates 881-4223.
BEACHES HOME SERVICES. Painting,
Iree estmates, work guaranteed, licensed.
610-7768

ISLANDER SERVICES
Painting Inlerior' exterior, nome repair.
pressure washing. 992-2027, 514-8844

MAGIC MAN PAINTING & HOME
IMPROVEMENTS. InTerioriExternor Paint-
ing, Faux Finishes. Ronen Wood Replace-
ment, Pressure Washing. (904)894-4257.



NEW POOL 14'X28' $19,900 Buy today
swim in May 568-5785.
DAVID'S POOL Service. Weekly cleaning.
Mosi residential pools $25iweek. chemi-
cals Licensed, Insured Pool clean-ups
our specialty. We make your lie a linle
easier. 285-0240


IF YOU are interesled in advertising under
inrs category please call 904-249-9033 or
email. class,iled@beachesleadercom


ALLIANCE BUILDER Group, Inc. General
Contractor CGC 1505263 All types of.
construction New homes, room addilions.
etc. Free estimales (9041234-1179
COASTAL BUILDING
.CONTRACTORS
Rem6deiBng: Renovations. Additions. Cer-,
tiled .Builder; CBC '1253447. 249-7082.
www.cbcjiaxbeach.com
-TWO M CONSTRUCTION
Rpairs. --specializng- in termite damage.
246-.1529i .

NELIGAN

CONSTRUCTION

.Specializing in. Remodeling,
'Additioni, Deck,'l Repairs,
-Roof Repairs & Re-Roofing
for the home or office.
(904) 247-3777
10% discounts for
Seniors & Mililary!
SAll Credit Cards Aecepled
Certified Builder Certifed Roofer
Lie. CB'C059536 Lie. CCC13?5888
ofLkb- Be trteR.,H-^ R ,,un, Bu..renu .


HOME -RENOVATIONS, Start to Finish.
Affordable & dependable: Call Tony
(904)221-3005'. ... ,- '


KP'HOME IMPROVEMENTINC ,
Painting, carpentry, waler proofing, pres-
sure 'washing, tile 'work, drywall.
904-241-7023. '
-. ONE CALL HANDLES IT ALL.
Specializing ri .kitchens, cabinets, bath-
rooms, tile, dobrs,: windows,' rotted wood,
termite damage ,.- roof. leaked ,.drywall,
decks, etc. Honest; top! quality work-
LOWEST PRICES AT THE BEACH.
1904)710-3784'.


.103,5OF144.0 ",..... --.HANDYMAN- EXPERIENCED and. very
1.NATIVE' PAINTER- eeceptipnal residen-: dependable .for.'qualit repairsr, service
ial/ commercial pressure" washing, painl- 'c lls, paintri'g, .improvements and miscil-
ing, drywall crack reair, wall covering. Li-. laneousobs. DAVE 246-6628.
censed, insured, relerences. 403-7389. ,"*
u1aunIi'iAvMAAi Q-evie.- ureriy


FAST INTERIOR paintingg drywall,.'tex-
iure Speclalize in smaller obs. Will work
evenings & weekends. Licensed, insured,
references.'403-7389.


WINSOR LAWN Service, Inc. Cpmpetilive Cell:(904)29-9542
races. Call Alai. 237-5301... Cell: (904 229-9542









S1E ; IMiSTAl I ATflM


C.J HANIIYMAUVN Services. Carpentry.
Drywall,. Painiihg, Papbernanging, Tiling,
etc. .Licensed, Insured. 955-0593,
241-1461


ROOF REPAIRS & Re:Roofing. Trust a IV-'
cense.d 'prolessibnal.. See our ad. .under
Remodeling/Construction Neligan Con-
.struction.. Stale Cenified Roofer
SCCC 1325888. Member BBB' 247-3777.
All credit cards, accepted.
IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please.call 904-249-9033 or
email: 'classllied@beacheslaader comr
'ROOFING. IN-TOWN pnces @ the.
'Beach. 25yrs. experience. 880.9908.
CCC'1326983.


WEBERS TREE SERVICE
,246-9930-
Quality work at reasonable rates. Stump
.grindin.g. Since 1986. ,
UT RITE. Tree .Service. Tree trimming/
slurimp grinding. Tree,removal/ storm clean
up.. All debris removal/ firewood.
(904)6,46-9896 '(904)568-6234 .


TILE 'ET.RANCEWAY'S 'Add Beautyl.Call
SFrank Reid:-285-6943'or 762-8498.


QUALITY WORK. Install, removal; &
painting. Residential. Commercial. 25yrs.
Experience. ,Relerences FREE ESTI-
MATES. Steve, 645-0381.


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