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Creation Date: April 12, 2006
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    Section A: Main: Opinion
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    Section A: Main: Viewpoints
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    Section A: Main: Calendar
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    Section A: Main: Obituaries
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    Section A: Main: Beach Living
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    Section A: Main: Beach Living: Engagements
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    Section A: Main: Beach Living continued
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    Section A: Main: Beach Living: Education
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    Section A: Main: Beach Living continued
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    Section B: Sports
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    Section B: Sports: Classifieds
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MIDWEEK EDITION
APRIL 12, 2006


F.A.C.E.
teaches
confidence

See A-11


Easter recipe
favorites

See A-8 .


T EACHES
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Vol. 43, No. 84


LEADER


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


Would-be

thieves

thwarted


Using flame

torch on ATM

doesn't work

by JEFFREY MINTON
STAFF \l'RFTER
Two masked suspects were
captured on video surveillance
attempting to break into an
AT1M machine at the Neptune
Beach Sun Trust Bank with a
flame torch early yesterday
morning, according to a police
report.
The suspects did not retrieve
any money from the machine
but caused approximately
$3,000 damage to the device,
according to the report.
Police around 12:53 a.m.
were dispatched to an alarm
drop at the bank located at 500
Third Street.
When officers arrived they'
observed that the front of the
ATM machine had been
opened and the section which
held the money had been
burned with what appeared to
be a torch. Various other sec-
tions of the machine were later
found to have been pried open
or torn off. Also, the combina-
tron area to the machine was
totally burned off, according to
the report.
Police contacted the bank's
security coordinator who
arrived to the scene and
retrieved the surveillance tape
of the incident.
The video showed two sus-
pects wearing ski masks seen at
the bank about 12:38 a.m.
Tuesday Morning, according to
the report.
The suspects were shown
attempting to open the ATM
machine in various ways, one
of which was by putting some
type of accelerant to assist with
the heat of a flame torch,
according to police.
Police collected various
pieces of evidence from the
scene and have referred the
case to C.I.S for further investi-
gation.


Decision

made on PV

school site

FROM STAFF
St. lohns County schools
Superintendent Joseph loyner
is recommending a site west of
the Intracoastal Waterway,
next to Davis Park, to be used
for a high school for Ponte
Vedra teens.
The 85-acre site, one of sever-
al school sites being donated to
the School District by the
developer of Nocatee, won over
the 30-acre site behind Talbots
store on State Road AIA in
Ponte Vedra.
The St. Johns County School
Board is scheduled to vote on
loyner's recommendation at
Tuesday's board meeting,
scheduled 9 a.m. at 40 Orange
St., St. Augustine.
"While the Talbots site pres-
ents many attractive elements,
primarily in its proximity to
the students, I feel the Davis
Park site will serve the students
and parents most effectively,"
Joyner says in an April 6 memo
to School Board members.
If the board OK's Joyner's
choice, it will end the quest for
a Ponte Vedra high school site
that has lasted nearly four
years.


Fletcher High auditorium to get renovation
FROM S STAFF


1Tvo weeks before school ends in May,
the auditorium at Fletcher High School will.
be stripped bare of chairs.
The chairs will be removed, along with
the floor covering to make way for a
$400,000 renovation of the facility.
Kevin Trussell, who is project manager
for the renovation and a Duval County


School Board employee, said new, more
comfortable seats will replace the wooden
seats that have been in place since the
school opened.
Many of the seats will be designed to
make the auditorium compliant with the
American, with Disabilities Act, Trussell
said. ''
It will oe up to the school principal to


decide what to do with the older seats,
Trussell said.
New flooring, some light upgrades and,
budget permitting, sound panels will also
be installed. Trussell said the renovation
will improve sound and lighting in the
auditorium, which has a seating capacity of
750. Work is to be done by the start of the
next school year, Trussell said.


Pnolo SUBMITTED
Members of the "Proud Warriors," a squadron stationed at the Naval Station Mayport, assemble playground equipment at
Atlantic Beach Elementary Friday morning. Navy Commander Douglas ten Hoopen and many of his squadron offer to do
12 hours of volunteer work per quarter. When Friends of Atlantic Beach called to request help "we just jumped at the offer,"
he said. "It is significant for the military to pay back the community. Our children will reap the benefits for years to come."
His daughter, Anna, is a student at the school. She and her classmates were "so happy to see us here assembling the
playground for her school," ten Hoopen said. Friends of Atlantic Beach Elementary (FABE) is a tax-exempt organization
that represents parents and community members who raise money, and offer time to improve the school. FABE president
Jill Jackson has recently coordinated the efforts of parents and the community in raising money for the new playground.'A
pew track and fields.are also being installed and should be completed by end of April, according to FABE members.
Others-in-ten-Hooten's squad that participated include: Jeff Benson, David Walt, Neil Hawkes, David Hart; ,Jeff Alley,, John
Godbehere, Ryan Miller,. Mark Left, Mike Fulcher, Derrick Granthum, Antonio Searey, Quinton Gill, Jef .irosos,
Charles Lovely, Finley Martin, Casey Bates and John Sullivan. See related story A-3. '
'


Building

limits to

aim at

saving

OldAB

Commission

opts not to

apply new law

through city

by JEFFREY MINTON
STE.FF 117ZITER
Atlantic Beach city conmmis-
sioners Monday agreed to "refo-
cus" proposed development
standards for preserving the
city's community character to
solely the Old Atlantic Beach
area not the entire city. as had
been recently proposed.
Mayor Don Wolfson said
Monday that was the original
intent of the former City
Commission a few years back
when discussions first took place
on how to protect the city's
unique ambiance from develop-
ment of large, box-style homes,
commonly referred to as
"McMansion."
Since those original discus-
sions the commission has paid a
consultant roughly $100,000 to
help the city come up with and
draft proposed development
standards for the Old Atlantic
Beach area bordered bLv Ahem
Street to the south, 1lth Street
to the north, Seminole Road to
the west and the ocean.
But in recent months the
effort has shifted to enacting the
proposed development stan-
dards for the entire city, which,
according to \WVolfson, has com-
plicated the process.
In recent months, there has
been opposition expressed by
some residents to the proposed
standards. Some residents have
said that the proposal is too
restrictive and violates private
property owner rights.
"We've lost our target,"
Wolfson told his fellow city
commissioners at a workshop
meeting Monday to discuss the
proposed standards. "The [origi-
nal] scope, to me, made a lot of
sense. Some of these [proposed
development standards] that
we're working on don't apply to
Oceanwalk. They don't apply to
[west of] Seminole Road.
See LIMITS, A-3


Road work set for JB


Porscehia Sanford, left, and Joshua Bryant hold a water balloon
slingshot at Saturday's Florida Fun Day. The event was part of
National Boys & Girls Club Week for Boys & Girls Clubs of
Northeast Florida (BGCNF). Sanford is a member of the
Beaches Club and attends Fletcher Middle School. Bryant is a
member of Woodland Acres Club and attends Arlington Middle
School.


FROM STAFF
Businesses and homes situated along
Shetter Avenue may face temporary
hardships during a project designed to
improve water and sewer utilities in
Jacksonville Beach.
The existing gravity sewer piping on
Beach Boulevard will be rerouted to
Shelter Avenue between 15th St. and
10th St. S. prior to the widening of
Beach Boulevard.
The existing sewer main will be
removed and replaced on Penman
Road S. between Beach Boulevard and
Shetter Avenue.
New service connections, storm
water drainage piping and concrete
curbing will be installed and the
asphalt will be replaced in the project
area.
Construction project manager
Junior Lilly said in a notice to utility'
customers in the affected area that
contractors with Miranda Contracting
will work to lessen the impact on sur-
rounding businesses by keeping access
points clear.
"During the construction phase, the


contractor will make every effort to
provide access to the business and res-
idential accesses during the day," Lilly
said.
"There will be times when the drive-
ways to businesses may be inaccessible
for short periods of time but it is our
intent to minimize any inconvenienc-
es to the local residents and businesses
during this project phase."
Lilly said all accesses will remain
clear except during the relocation of
the stdrm water drainage system when
driveways could be blocked up to sev-
eral hours a day.
Those affected during that phase of
the project will be notified in advance,
he said. At the end of each weekday,
the roadway will be backfilled and
access will be limited to local traffic.
The project will begin this month
and is slated for completion in April,
2007.
Lilly said he encourages residents
and business owners to contact him at
Public Works Department at 247-6286.
He said his goal is to stave off any
potential problems before they arise.


Work on the
southern end of
South Beach
Parkway has traffic
often snagged
near the stores
that front along
Marsh Landing
Parkway.


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Calendar..................A-6 Opinion .................. A-4
Classified ................B-5 Police Beat ..............A-2
Fishing ..................B-2 Sports ....................B-I
Obituaries ............A-7 Weather.................A-2
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ATLANTIC BEACH
A camera valued at $200,
sunglasses valued at $200 and
prescription medicines were
reported stolen from a resi-
dence April 4 in the 800 block
of Kestner Road.

A burglary from a business
was reported April 5 in the 800
block of Mayport Road.
*
A bicycle valued at $150 was
reported stolen from a resi-
dence April 5 in the 1900 block
of Francis Avenue.
*
Patrick Bernard Langston,
28, of Atlantic Beach was
' rreted iffrcharged withlJ
InrirqinM*ikc hieJ i-QVe'rl 1.10 i -
and failure to register as a sex-'
iual offender April 7 in the 200
block of George Street, accord-
ing to a police report.
Sl *
Justin Todd Olinzock, 22, of
,Atlantic Beach was arrested
,,and' charged with aggravated
'battery April 7 in the 900 block
tof Plaza, according to a police
,report.

NEPTUNE BEACH
A credit card was reported
stolen April 7 in the 1700
block of First Street.

An ATM card was reported
stolen April 10 in the 300
block of Third Street.

An identification fraud was
reported April 8 in the 1500
block'of Landing Lane.
S* *
A simple battery was report-
ed April 5 in the 1500 block of
Landing Lane.

A check fraud was reported
April 8 in the 1200 block of
Atlantic Boulevard.
A burglary to a vehicle was
.reported April 7 in the 700
blockfof Seagate Avenue.

'Matthew Thomas Albert, 18,


of lacksonville Beach was
arrested on a warrant and
charged with burglary and
grand theft of a motor vehicle
April 9 in the 1300 block of
Atlantic Boulevard.
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Police reported that $265
cash was stolen from a busi-
ness in the 500 block of
Atlantic Boulevard.

PONTE VED;RA BEACH
No new reports.
JACKSONVILLE BEACH
A construction site was
reported burglarized April 10
in the 200 block of 25th Ave. S.
The owner of the construction
,Aii a'n'y told"-police that'
srp, ge Lunijt secured by four
locks was broken into over the
weekend.
All four locks were removed
and missing from the site. A
total of $8,500 worth of tools
and equipment was stolen
including several drills, saws,
levels, compressors and nail
guns.

.Two Sago palms valued at
$160 were reported stolen
.April 10 at a business in the
200 block of 20th St. N. The
palms were removed from
planters. Holes were observed
in the soil. *

A purse containing a. gold
chain and two unfilled pre-
scriptions was reported stolen,
April 10 from a restaurant in
the 200 block of the
Oceanfront N.
The victim left her purse on
the table with her friend while
she went to the restroom.
when she returned, the purse
was missing. The friend got up
and left the purse unattended.
*
A purse containing $10 cash,
30 prescription pills and $200
worth of makeup was reported
stolen April 10 from a vehicle
in a bank parking lot in the
1200 block of Beach Blvd. The
victim said she left a window


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partially down and an'
unknown suspect reached in
and stole her purse.

Dean Vincent Russo, 36, of
Jacksonville was arrested April
11 and charged with burgla-
ry/conveyance to an unoccu-
pied structure and felony pos-
session of burglary tools in the
2500 block of 3rd St. S.
O* *
A 38-year-old Georgia
woman was arrested April 11
and charged with a misde-
meanor domestic battery at a

hotel in the 1500 block of 1st
St. N. Police responded to a
report of a man and woman
fighting on the fourth floor.
The man was observed hold,"
ing the woman down in the
hallway and requested assis-
tance from officers because the
woman was on drugs and had
attacked him. The victim told
police the woman had dis-
solved crack cocaine in lemon
juice and injected it into her
bloodstream.
The man was observed with
several bite marks on his arms
and back and bruises and
scratches on his torso. The
woman was transported down-
town after-being medically
cleared.

A gray 1996 Ford Taurus val-
ued at $8,000 was reported
stolen April 9 in the 100 block
of 1st St. N. The victim told
Police he attended a function
at a nearby bar and lost his
keys.
He spent the night at a
friend's house without looking
fot his vehicle and returned
the next day to find it missing.
* ',
A CD player was reported
stolen from a vehicle April 9 in
the 500 block of Pablo Avenue.
The victim left the car parked
overnight and returned to find
a rear passenger window shat-
tered and the car stereo miss-
ing.
Wires were also observed


pulled out from under the
hood to disarm the car alarm.
Damage estimated at $500.. ,

A residential burglary was
reported April 6 in the 400
block of 11th Ave. S. The vic-
tim arrived home and discov-
ered that she and her husband
were robbed. She secured the
pair's dogs and went to ;a
neighbor's house to wait for
her husband to come home.
A diamond necklace valued
at $2,000, a digital camera,
camcorder and 800 CD's val-
ued at $9,600 were reported
stolen.


to a group of high school sti-
dents and their parents attend-
ing a prom class program on
the beach.
,. *
Gregory Ray Billings, 42, of
Jacksonville was arrested April
7 and charged with habitual
driving on a suspended license,
in the 1400 block of 3rd St. S.,
according to a police report..
': "
Elizabeth Reinheimer, 27, of
Ponte Vedra Beach was arrest-
ed April 7 and charged with
habitual driving on a suspend-
ed license in the 600 block of,
Beach Blh;d, according to a
police report.


A 42-year-old transient was *' *
.arrested -.Apr il6...-d.dcL.trage ,yAff'in;,thy David Paulger, ;39,.
with a misdemeanor of vulgar of Jacksonville Beach was
display of his sexual organs in arrested April 10 and charged
the 500 block of the Boardwalk with aggravated assault with
N. the intent to commit a felony
The man pulled down his in the 400 block of 7th Ave. S.,
pants and bared his buttocks according to a police report.



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Vandals

damage

greens at

JB course



by LIZA MITCHELL
STAFF WRITER
Vandals damaged several
greens late Sunday at the
Jacksonville Beach golf course
at 605 Penman Road S.
The city's Ground
Maintenance Director Gary
Meadors was notified of the
damage at approximately 7
a.m. Monday after greens crew
members discovered the dam-
age.
Meadors told police that
about 20 deep divots caused by
suspects stomping golf balls
into the ground were observed
on one of the greens.
Grass was also damaged by
suspects riding bikes up and
down the greens. Tire tracks
were observed leading down
the 5th tee and several golf
balls were found in the sand
trap at the 4th tee.
Police responded to a report
of a similar incident recently.
Satanic symbols were found
burned into portions of the
greens and bike tracks were
also observed during the prior
incident.
Meadors told police that the
vandalism was "more of a nui-
sance than anything else." Cost
to repair the damage was esti-
mated at $500.


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gear at AE Elementary


Phr,,co b, LIZA MITCHELL
Crews continue renovations at the former Food Lion grocery store in South Beach Regional'
Shopping Center to make way for Bed Bath & Beyond. Kennedy Contractors, Inc., a West
Palm Beach-based contractor, is completing the build-out of the 31,685-square-foot space
formerly occupied by Food Lion. Food Lion closed last November because the company
opted not to renew the long-term lease.




Three condos burglarized at Palms


FROM STAFF
Three condominiums were
reported burglarized earlier this
week at The Palms at Marsh
Landing in the 1700 block of
The Greens Way.
In each incident, the victims
returned .home from work to
find the front dQors closed but
unlocked. The victims told
police they locked the door
behind them when they left.
A 27-year-old victim, who


lives on the second floor, said
in a police report that a laptop
computer valued at $1,200 was
stolen from her kitchen table
in a break-in 'Monday.
The victim said she observed
two males exiting the second
floor hallway when she arrived
home. She said she did not rec-
ognize the men who did not
appear to be residents.
Both men were wearing polo
shirts and khaki pants but the


limits: Will apply to core city area


Cont. from A-I
"We have so much distracting
this effort and we can put it
back on track. I think if we go
back and focus on that [the Old
Atlantic Beach area] we can do a
doggone good job for the city."
Wolfsop said that other
neighborhoods in the city are
not facing 'the same develop-
ment pressures which have con-
cerned some. living in the Old
Atlantic Beach area.
' "When you look at other
neighborhoods some of this is
not of immediate concern," he
said.
Other commissioners agreed.
"This [process of preserving
community character] was gov-
erned by the 'McMansion' issue
in Old Atlantic Beach,"


Commissioner Mike Bomo said.
But .commissioner Jamie
Fletcher said he is concerned
that having, standards in one
area of the city will only intensi-
fy the development pressure in
other areas.
"It [limiting the standards to
11th Street to the north] would
put tremendous development
pressure on 12th Street,"
Fletcher said.
"[And] 'If I lived in Royal
Palms right now ... and it [the
development standards] were
not applied to our area, I would
be upset."
But Wolfson said that the
development standards could be
applied to other areas of the city
in the future if large develop-
ments begin to occur. He said
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that the staijdards would then
be "time tested.",
Fletcher later that evening at
the commission's regular meet-
ing said he would agree to limit-
ing the focus to the Old Atlantic
Beach area.
"I am willing to compromise
and recede' [the proposed stan-
dards] to the Core City [Old
Atlantic Beach]," Fletcher said.
But Commissioners did agree
to discuss further the bound-
aries of Old Atlantic Beach.
Some want to extend the area
up to 16th Street on the north.
A workshop 'to solicit public
input on the proposed develop-
ment standards was scheduled
Tuesday ev:erning' "at the Sea
Turtle Inn.'


victim could not provide a
more detailed description. The
men left the area in a light-col-
ored vehicle.
Also Monday, a 28-year-old
woman reported a break-in in
her third floor condominium.
The victim returned home
from work at 6:15 p m. and
tried to unlock her front door
but it was already open.
A laptop computer and
power cord valued at $1,500
was missing from the living
room. The victim told police
she changed the locks when
she moved in a few months
ago and only she and her
boyfriend have keys.
Her boyfriend was at work
when the incident occurred, a
report said.
A third victim arrived home
Tuesday and discovered the
front door was unlocked. A lap-
top computer valued at $1,500
and a $500 digital camera were
stolen.
Jacksonville Beach police
detectives are investigating the
crimes. Management declined
to comment about the investi-
gation but said the stairwells
are not equipped with surveil-
lance equipment.


by JEFFREY MINTON
STAFF WRITER
The Friends of Atlantic Beach
Elementary (FABE) Monday
received commitments totaling
$25,000 from the cities of
Atlantic Beach and Jacksonville
to complete a project for a new
track and playground equip-
ment at the school.
The Atlantic Beach City
Commission at its meeting
voted to shift $10,000 it had
budgeted for a separate land-
scaping project at the school to
the track project, and approved
giving $10,000 from the city's.
General Fund to the effort.
Jacksonville City Councilor
Art Graham, who represents
the Beaches, was at the meet-
ing and agreed to give the FABE
$5,000 from the city of
Jacksonville that's in addition
to $10,000 which Graham had
already committed from
Jacksonville recently.
Last year, the cities of
Atlantic Beach and of
lacksonville contributed
$25,000 and $35,000 respec-
tively to the track project At the
school located at 298 Sherry
Drive. The track project was.
originally estimated to cost
$75,000 but representatives
from the FABE who spoke- at
Monday's meeting said. tlie
project has escalated to
$145,000.
They said that the increase
was mainly due to a "slight"


increase in the cost of asphalt
and an unanticipated need for
new playground equipment.
The school's playground
equipment was recently
deemed unsafe by the school
board and taken away without
warning, said FABE President
Jill Jackson Monday. She said
that the Duval County School
Board did not have the'funds
to replace the equipment.
After receiving the $10,000
commitment from
Jacksonville, the group
Monday asked the city of
Atlantic Beach for $25,000 to
help complete the project,
which they say is 10 days from
being finished.
But some Atlantic Beach city
commissioners said that was
too much money to commit
without firsi researching where
it would come from in the
city's budget.
After some debate the com-
mission came to a compromise
of giving the group $10,000
'from the General Fund and
shifting the $10,000 for the
other project -to the track
. effort. And Mayor Don
Wolfson convinced Graham to
commit $5,000 more from
Jacksonville, giving FABE the
.$25,000 it needed.
Afterwards, the group's rep-
resentatives thanked Graham
and the commission and
assured them that" the project
would be enjoyed by the entire
community.


Lot division limits get 1st OK
FROM STAFF the intention of rezonlig areas
The Atlantic Beach CityI that: traditionally have large
Commission Monday t-erit.- lotssuch" as Seliva,Marina. The
tively rezoned the Selva Maritla idea wias.to make it' difficult 'for
neighborhood to have a mini- property owners to divide their
mum lot size of 10,000 square lots and increase the density of
feet in hopes of eliminating, lot -such neighborhoods.
divisions. ;City staff has said that there
The rezoning. requires asec-'- arqfew lots in the city which
ond vote and public hearing could be divided and still meet
which is likely to be scheduled .the 10;000 square foot mlini
for April 24 at City Hall, .800 mum requirement.
Seminole Road. .Also, the commission at the
The neighborhood's current meeting tabled a decision to
minimum lot requirement is make, swimming pools in the
7,500 square feet. But earlier .-city.count as 40 percent imper-
this year the City Commissiop -fyius.
established a new .zoning cate- TIhe commissioner said they
gory that required minimum wanted more.time to 'consider
10,000-square-foot lot size with other options.


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'YBAG belongs

t the Beaches

A venerable Beaches tradition is about to be taken to
the west side of the ditch after 25 years.
Youth of Beaches Art Guild, known as YBAG, will still
put on a summer show, allowing all interested children
between the ages of 9 and 19 a chance to perform
onstage.
This year, however, the show will be put on at
'Sandalwood High School. For years, the show has been a
summer staple at Fletcher High School.
.u A renovation of the high school's auditorium means
that space is not available, according to members of
.YBAG's board.
Board members say they have no where else to go for
rehearsals and performances that will accommodate 40
performers on stage at the same time, while providing
.space for musicians, technicians and the large audiences
that the two-night show brings.
, Several other Beaches schools that have stages are
apparently not available, board members said, adding
.-they would welcome a place at the Beaches.
The group does not have a giant budget, as all interest-
ed children are allowed to participate and cast, even if
their families can not afford the $50 program fee.
For that investment, children participate in a 6-week
summer theater program that culminates in two nights
-of musical theater. Rehearsals are typically held in the
Evenings as the director and others who work hard to put
.. on the program have day jobs.
Those who coordinate the program acknowledge it has
been tough to drum up patron support for the arts pro-
gram in.the'past few years.
And that is a shame because the program provides
many Beach families an opportunity to participate in the
arts while having fun close to home.
Moving- YBAG off the Beaches means it is no longer
part of the Beaches and the end of a Beach tradition,
although the group-says it will move back in 2007.


We would encourage the
.to find a Beach spot for the
lacks' the" size, sound system
It is that important for Y-B
the same time, anyone inter
who knows of .an, appropi
YBAG at 476-3151F:
A theatrical arts programrr
youth is worth some effort a


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.As I grow older ada have the
Jlivilege of sleeping less I have
1.een taking- to the streets
tbfore the sun rises and my
I paint city awakens.
1I have my walking ijt. It
s arts along Beach' Ave and
mindss through Selva Norte and
MlIarina. As much as I respect
tie ocean I love the, trees.' This,
morning I was once again
reminded of what a wonderful
place this is. Frogs greeted my.
ipp. and I as Gwe walked past a
drainage ditch, an owl hooted



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Stan Holtsinger's kindness deer?

remembered by many


I never knew Stan
Holtsinger. It's been many'
years since I first met his
brother, Ed, an outspoken
man with many friends and
opinions. On our initial meet-
ing I thought Ed must have
never met a stranger and-
after helping him collect eggs
from his chickens realized
interesting was far too mild an
adjective for the vibrant, gre-
garious and good-hearted
- Mr. Holtsinger.


KATHLEEN_


group to continue its efforts It seems to be a family trait. FEINDT BAILEY
upcoming season, even if it Stanley "Stan" Mitchell EDITOR
or lights of Fletcher's stage. Holtsinger Sr., 79, died Jan. 14,
AG to be at the Beaches. At 2006.
tested in helping the group or We ran a traditional obituary He stood by and up for -
riate venue should contact notice in The Leader. Since his friends.
then, however, I have talked to He owned a restaurant,
i for all interested Beaches & several people who knew Stan Stan's Restaurant and Drive-In,
nd support. well. located in Jacksonville Beach
* Original. Good-hearted. across from the current Ritz
Generous. Gruff. Fair. A man's bar. The Fletcher football team
man. A diamond in the rough. ate there before games as Stan
he editor: A real character. was a big football fan: iHe
Those are just of the some of played, football at a Georgia
the many nice descriptions of college.)
a guy whose roots were deep at His son, Mitchell, recalls that
o b e h ere the Beaches. ... there was a "hullabaloo" when
Jim MNessinese met Stan his father decided in the early
S Holtsinger while they were stu- 1960s to integrate his popgr
as %we strolled the streeA.A.Sia~ tS'9Ai Flet ASa1-recAftsi.'Iestdauait." -.. "., *'.,
'soth'e small creature rustled in that late one night in the mid- "He couldn't see not serving
the;bushes in the wonderful 1940s, Stan came to the his friends, and some of his
,'"forest" at the end of Selva screened' porch of his grand- friends were, black," Mitch
Marina Drive. Even though parents' home at 4th Avenue recalled, noting he was very
,.the sun has not come up vet lI North and rousted him awake young but, remembered the
',have a smile on my face'and to go hunting in the marsh, tension of the times.
thankfulnessss in my heart. something Messinese said he .Stan"later had his own car
S.L am blessed to live in a had never done before. Friends lot, located where Hoyt Stereo
.-place where the first develop- for life, Messinese said that is currently on Beach
'ers of this city had the fore- another time he woke up in Boulevard.
sight to leave land and flora as the hospital to see "a big old, Former Jacksonville Beach
close" t natural. as possible. dirty nasty guy at the foot of Mayor Bob Marsden, a long-
Thank you! the bed with a basket of fruit. time friend of Stan, said
y o Patricia Goelz "Lots of people who didn't Holtsinger's, willingness to "to
Atlantic Beaoh know Stan would think he was do something for anyone he
a gruff guy, but he had a kind had a feeling for" was demon-
heart. ,He was a good guy," said strated countless times.
Messinese. Once a mutual friend's car
t terS to: If he knew of someone in broke down. Stan spent several
lteff S 6 to: need and hungry, Stan could -hundred dollars of his own to
be relied on to bring food, fix the car so the friend could
Leader, P.O. Box including some of the items he make it to work, Marsden said.
grew on a farm off Girvin "He was a tremendous person."
,ille Beach Fla. Road, according to family and He served in the Marine
lile B .c. r friends. Corps during World War II and


was stationed in California and
Okinawa, where he was part of
the Seabees. His wife of 51
years, Jeanne B. Holtsinger and
a brother, Wallace Holtsinger,
both died before he did. In
addition to Mitchell, he is sur-
vived by his children Mark
jTinaj Holtsinger and Claire
:Holtsinger, all of Jacksonville
Beach. He also has a sister, Ann
\Vest.of Accomac, Va., and, of
course, his brother, Ed.
Stan was of the generation of
men who remove a hat when
talking to a lady.
He practiced random acts of
kindness long before anybody
invented the term.
And, according to his many
friends, his force of will and
passionate interest in the
Beaches and all that makes it
unique will be sorely missed.
When people talk about the
Good Old Days of the Beaches,
neighbors helping neighbors.is
at the heart 'of it all. By all
accounts, Stan Holtsinger had
real heart.
I never met Stan Holtsinger
and I wish I had.
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at McManus wrote a book
called "Deer on a Bicycle."
I think I saw the deer the
other day. He zoomed by and
snickered at me as I lay on the
ground.
He was wearing dark blue
Spandex shorts and an orange
helmet that fit snugly
between his horns. But I
could be mistaken. The shorts
might have been black.
It all happened because my
son-in-law Patrick gave me a
mountain bike.
"Thought since you're
working part-time now, you
might have time to ride this,"
he said. "We'll- go biking
together sometime."
We had our chance a cou-
ple of Sundays ago. I was
ready. After all, I've been get-
ting up at 5:30 three morn-
ings a week and working out
for an hour.
Whoever called womenthe
weaker sex should meet Janice
Ludwig, our aerobics instruc-
tor, who-has no sympathy for
an old man whose quads are
more like twins.
MNy,wife has been exercising
before ,breakfast, for 12, or 13
years. 1 swore
.I'd never. do that.- Six
o'clock is too early-to stretch
anything intentionally. But. I
was wrong. After two months
of self-imposed agony, I actu-
ally look forward to the..-dry
fieaves.
So mountain biking surely
would be a cinch. Nobody for-
gets how to ride a bicycle,
especially an old newspaper
carrier who seldom missed,.a
porch, even while biking
along at 10 miles an hour.
My son-in-law, by the way,
had to bike the hard road. He
rides one of those bikes with
skinny wheels and 28 gears',
the kind Lance Armstrodng
rode fleeing his second mar--
riage. I would ride the narrow,
hilly trail in the woods.
"Some of those hills are
rough," was all Patrick said as
he headed .down the pave-
ment and I confidently nego-
tiated the trail entrance.
The first time I wrecked, a
young lady appeared behind
me out of nowhere. "You OK?"
she asked as I righted my bike.
"Yeah," I said. "I had the
choice of hitting that tree or
turning over."
She said the trail was proba-
bly too advanced for a begin-
ner and advised me to turn
back. I told her I'd push on.
The second time I wrecked
was just before the deer wear-
irig Spandex flashed by and
snickered. Of course, I could
have been delirious. I'd been
on the trail for two hours with
no water.
Out of nowhere again
appeared my friend, this time
with. her fiance. They were
going in the opposite direc-
tion. I was still an hour away
from the end.
"You're going the wrong
way," Kellie Page said. Her
boyfriend, Jamie Lovell,
agreed. Jamie volunteered to
take my truck keys to my son-
in-law, who then could drive
to a nearby highway to pick
up me and my bike. I accept-
ed his offer.
Before too long, I was on
my way home, bleeding,
exhausted, vanquished.
"You probably need to get
some shorts with this materi-
a al," Patrick said later, pointing
s to his Spandex.
I knew something was miss-
ing. Wonder where that deer
r got his.


To the editor:
On Wednesday, April 5, 1 saw a large snake
coiled at the base of our bulkhead in the reten-
tion pond. My first thoughts were that I need-
ed to get rid of him for my wife, Betty Lee and
our neighbors.
Thursday morning I went to our hardware
store, bought a square blade, long handled
shovel and had the front ground to a sharp
edge. When I got home about 10:30 a.m. the
snake was still enjoying the sun in the same
place..
' I struck him three times in all, cutting him
completely in two at least twice. Upon the
third strike I overbalanced and fell in on top
of the snake! By the time I was able to stand
up in the shallow water, the snake had .bitten
me several times on both arms and on the
chest.
I threw the snake up on the lawn and waded
out of the pond onto the lawn.
Betty Lee opened the door about that time
and asked if I was ready to pack up (for our
planned trip to St. Augustine to a bed and
breakfast for a couple of days). She didn't
notice that I and my "ready to go" clothes were
sopping wet.
We neither realized yet that I had been bit-
ten. I threw the snake parts into the water
with the shovel and went in through the
garage to take off my wet clothes and go take'
a shower. It was then I realized I had been bit-
ten.
My new polo shirt had a hole in it and I w~as
bleeding from several bites. I went ahead and
took my shower.
Betty Lee 'called 911 to ask them what 1 -
should do. They immediately said they would
be right over and for me to stay calm until
then. The EMTs examined me briefly then told
us they would be sending me by helicopter to
Shands Trauma center..


They took the available part of the snake
with us for identification. The Rescue unit per-
sonnel were so very kind and caring and effi-
cient.
On the helicopter they thought the situa-
tion with me was precarious and I overheard
them talking about it. In my head and heart I
thought if it is my time it is just my time. That
I was in God's arms and I was not concerned
about that part of it.
At Shands they were just as caring and effi-
cient as the personnel of the Rescue and the
helicopter had been. They have a toxicologist
who determined it was a Florida Water Snake
and not a water moccasin.
They treated me and kept me six hours to
see if something else happened from perhaps
another bite while I was in the water!
My son Joe wants to know why I call
Cypress Village to change a light bulb but try
to kill a snake myself.


Jack Proctor
Cypress Village


Those on fixed incomes
will use a Wal-Mart


To the editor:
I am in favor of a Wal-Mart in Neptune Beach.
Fpr senior citizens ih yery fixed incomes it is a
God send. Many don't have cars or drive. As
usual, the seniors are the last to be considered.
Any business that moves into that space.will
cause more traffic for sure. How about.another
tall condo with cranes and blocked off streets for
months and months. .
Doris W. House
Jacksonville Beach


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Start rezoning commercial

to residential at Beaches


To the editor:
I share the same emotions expressed by the
Beaches Community, Just Say No to Walmart!
There is a Super-Walmart probably less than 5
miles away on Atlantic Blvd., a traffic nightmare,
and another Super-Wal-Mart being built on Beach
Blvd. and Hodges. The Walmart at San Pablo and
Beach Boulevard will close leaving an empty
blighted mall. There is no need for a Super-Wal-
Mart in our Beach Town and allowing Super-Wal-
Mart is a slap in the face to the merchants that are
members of our community. A Super-Wal-Mart
parking lot could also become a "Tent City", with
overnight campers welcomed by Wal-Mart.
Would Amelia Island north of us allow a Big
Box? The answer is NO!
Amelia Island refused to allow that Big Hideous
Box into their Upscale Community.
Amelia Island regarded the integrity of their
unique community, residents and local entrepre-
neurs and didri't sell out to Big Boxes. Our Beach
Community deserves more, unique specialty
establishments with an eclectic flavor adding to
the Beach lifestyle.
Let's not settle for less then we deserve and
think of the future generations.
The pro-Wal-Mart or pro-any-business-develop-
ment on Atlantic Blvd., is also strong, especially
after 20 years these strip malls remain vacant. A


Super-Wal-Mart would result in closing other
stores, in nearby suip mall on Atlantic Blvd., like-
ly victims Ace and K-Mart.
The attempts to revitalization of Atlantic Blvd.
are not new, but I suggest re-zoning the property
to residential. There would be tremendous
demand because people would love to buy homes,
townhouses, condos in walking distance to the
beach and the Town Center. I don't see aban-
doned houses in the area.
Ecological benefits incorporated by housing
removes the ground water run off pollution of the
current parking
lot and new housing could benefit by xeriscape
landscaping, ground percolation.
Many commercial properties at the Beach have
been rezoned from commercial to residential, for
example the Island Grill and the First Street Grill
have been razed for residential projects. Rezoning
the property to residential would solve this
"empty and blighted problem" and there remains
plenty of property vacant for .business. Also
rezoning from commercial to residential
improved tax revenues. Perhaps more property
should be rezoned from commercial/business to
residential this would be enhance the value for
the current property owners.
Robert J. Ricciardelli
Atlantic Beach


Cheaper is often too expensive for all


i To the editor: as China.
'Sometimes... 'cheaper' is too expensive. When you
We do not want or need the largest private Mart's ads or
employer in the United States moving into think about tl
'Neptune Beach. price to enrich
Wal-Mart has the reputation of using unfair Who pays?
promotion and unequal payment practices that munity.
demoralize its employees. Don't let N
:It does harm to community-based businesses, city. Sometime
And it will put small 'mom and pop' companies
out of business.
-,.Wal-Mart accelerates the loss of American
.manufacturing jobs to low-wage countries: such

Common ground is AB's goal


driTo the editor:
- .Developmental pressures in
Atlannc Beach have stirred
needed public debate over pri-
.vate property rights. As this
debate unfolds, we would do
wrellifo-consideri these tvords:.i
E!"Aerigit itp ropetailes fouii.ndL
ed in our natural waits, in the
means with which we are
endowed to satisfy' these wants,
and-the right to what we acquire
by'those means without violat-
iriWAthe similar rights of other
s'-sible beings." Thomas
Jefferson, 1816
' While each owner is entitled'
tod' reasonable use and valueof-
his&or her property, each of us is
also a citizen of a larger (and
much loved community.
Since we choose; by free will,
to live in this community of

friends and neighbors, wve there-


fore implicitly agree to respect
the "similar rights" of our
neighbors. We abide by such
agreements every day.
So, private property rights
cannot and should not be
absolute in a democratic society.
Active concern for the nghts
of our neighbors is the responsi-
bility inherent in individual
.property' rights. The central
challenge of any local govern-
ment is to address the essential
needs of the larger community
while protecting the rights of
the individual.
As your elected representative,
I wil listen, understand and
compromise to balance -these
,different issues. Together, we
will come to common ground,
Jamie Fletcher
Atlantic Beach
Commissioner


Gamp Invention program is great


'To the editor:
.'lIm .writing this letter to thank
the Ponte Vedra .community
and M. K. Rawlings Elementary'
School for hosting the Camp
Invention program June 5-9.
SCamp Invention is a. one-.
week day camp for elementary-
aged children that focuses on
breatihitv, teamwork and inven-
tive-thinking skills.
There has been much discus-.
sion recently regarding the need
to better educate the ne.t gener-,
ation of professionals to fill a
void in the fields of math and
science.
The Camp Invention program
hopes to help meet that chal-
lenge. Camp Invention Was cre-
ated by the National Inventors
Hall of Fame Foundation..
It is with this strong support
for innovation, as well as an
excellent curriculum that focus-


es on hands-on activities
"throughout the week, that
Camp Invention provides an
enriching, experience for chil-
dren entering grades 1-6.
Whether they are creating a,
dog collar that translates bark-
ing into English, a device, to salt
soft pretzels, or an alien space-
ship, the children are enthusias-
tic and excited about their
inventions.
Throughout the camp week,
they attend five different classes
each day that focus on the basic
principals .of science, brain-
storming and teamwork.
' It is an exceptional communi-
ty that embraces this unique
summer enrichment program.
(For more] information call
(800) 968-4332 or visit
www.campinv'ention.org.
Pat Forsythe
Ponte Vedra Beach


Crafts Include: Doll Clothes"
* Jewelry, Music Boxes Crochet Items, Silk Florals
* Woodworking, Ceramics Homemade Soap
*Yard Art Embroidery
* HandBags Clothing, Baby Shower
* Angels Gifts & More

St. Andrews Lutheran Church (by-the-Sea)
1801 Beach Boulevard, Jacksonville Beach
(Across from the Homestead Restaurant)
For More Information, Call 221-1763


see those smiley faces in Wal-
in TV promising low, low prices
his: who, in the end, pays the high
h the Wal-Mart Empire?
It will be our people in our com-
Neptune Beach become Wal-Mart
es...'cheaper' is too expensive.
L. Lazarus
Neptune Beach


Beaches must band together

Savings at store register do not

make up for property value hit


To the editor:
1 wish to express my heartfelt applause for
Mayor Dick Brown and the council members
who oppose the very idea of big box stores in
Neptune Beach. Councilor John Weldon's
proposed ordinance to restrict the square
footage of any new commercial building is
right on, timely and proactive. Preserving
the character of Neptune Beach is exactly
why we elected our neighbors and friends to
perform these civic duties, and theoretically
why they chose to run for public office in the
first place. Bravo! And, thank you to those
who are doing the work of serving your com-
munity's interests.
I am more than a little disappointed with
Councilor Pardee's stance on this issue how-
ever. It is my most ardent hope that he expe-
riences a paradigm shift between now and
the next election. The people who helped
Councilor Pardee win the run-off election
against former Councilor Shimp are the exact
people most adversely affected by this possi-
ble offensive development in District 2. If
this does occur, it-will drive down the prop-
erty- values of the residents surrounding this
commercial property- not raise it.
My mother and most of her neighbors
bought District 2 property in the 60's before
a deep commercial area ever really existed in
Neptune Beach. 100% of these people "do
not want a box store in their backyard for any
reason." Most of them now are elderly
and/or disabled on fixed incomes. Many are
now. looking at reverse mortgages as their


only way to cope with the ever rising cost of
living, taxes and medical -care. Driving down
their property values proportionally limits
their abilities to financially take care of them-
selves. The seniors of our community have
made great sacrifices for our nation and our
generation. Hurting our seniors should not
be on our agenda. Surely we can all forego
the convenience of biking to the nearest
WalMart, if indeed we want to go the
WalMart at all. And, no the "cost savings"
of shopping at a big box store does not make
up for the many thousands of dollars lost in
property value.
There are possible alternatives. We can
encourage and solicit business we would like
to patronize as. Steve Barreau recently sug-
gested. I personally would like to be able to
spend money locally at an organic grocery
store, native plant nursery, any nursery, a
health and fitness center, medical offices,
alternative healing center, art galleries, day
care, skating rink, movie theater or any num-
ber of possible restaurants.
The solution to our current dilemma is to
do what the great people of the beaches are
already doing. Band together. Keep talking
and working with our elected officials and
the property owners. Create the ordinances
and zoning that reflect what the community
really wants, and in the future only elect local
government officials that will actually repre-
sent your best interests.
Robin Rutledge
-Neptune Beach


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"CAL, .


Wednesday, April
'12,
What's Blooming: Brooke
Rauterson from Artistic Florist
will present "What's
Blooming?" at 10 a.m. at the
Ribault Garden Club, 705 2nd
Ave. N., Jacksonville Beach. The
cost is $15, and reservations are
required. Call 221-5191.

Newcomers of the Beaches:
Newcomers of the Beaches, an
organization for women who
are new to the area, will meet at
S 11 a.m. at Casa Marina Hotel,
691 1st St. N., Jacksonville
Beach. There will be a spring
fashion show. Tickets are $18,
payable by April 4 to
Newcomers of the Beaches, P.O.
Box 2421, Ponte Vedra Beach,
Fla. 32004. Call Maggie Penn at
904-998-2331 for information.

Thursday, April 13
First Day of Passover.

Medicare education: "My
Medicare Matters," a Medicare
Part D education program that
gives one-on-one education to
seniors, will be offered from 10
a.m. to 2 p.m. at the
Jacksonville Beaches Senior
Center, 281 S. 19th Ave. Call
241-3791 for information.

Luncheon: The Seniors By
The Sea Luncheon will be held
at 11 a.m. at Beaches United
Methodist Church, 7th Avenue
c North and 3rd -Street,
Jacksonville Beach. The cost is
$4.50. Singers By The Sea will
present the program.
Reservations are required by 5
p.m. Monday before the lunch-
eon. Call 246-2926.

Republican Women: The
Republican Women's Club of
Duval Federated will have a
luncheon meeting at 11:30 a.m.
at the Radisson Riverwalk Hotel
on Prudential Drive,
- Jacksonville. The cost is $16
with reservations or $20 at the
door. Call Willa Farrell at 910-
3533 by April',10 to R.S.V.P.


The University of North Florida Concert Choir, conducted by Dr. Merrill J. Palmer of Neptune Beach, will join forces with members
of the Jacksonville Symphony, the Jacksonville Children's Chorus and guest soloists for a performance of the St. Matthew Passion
by J.S. Bach at UNF's Lazzara Hall Friday, April 14. Part I will be performed at 4 p.m. and Part II will be performed at 7:30 p.m.
The concert is free and open to the public.


Republican Club of the Beaches
will meet at Po' Boys
Restaurant, 725-12 Atlantic
Blvd., Atlantic Beach. The social
starts at 6:30 p.m., followed by
the 7 p.m. meeting. Max Lirn,
president of Florida Citizens For
Term Limits, is the guest speak-
er. Call.Ed Raube at 246-7979
for information.

- Sea turtle, patrol: The
Beaches Sea Turtle Patrol will
have its first meeting of the sea-
son at 6:30 p.m. at the Beaches
Branch Library, 600 Third St.,
Neptune Beach. Visit
www.BSTP.net; e-mail
admin@'bstp.net; or call 613-
6081 for information.

Film festival: As part of the
First Coast Environmental Film
Festival, "The Living Land" and
"Keepers of the Coast" will be
shown at 7:30 p.m. at Atlantic
Theatres, 741 Atlantic Blvd., fol-
lowed by a.moderation discus-


Children's Chorus and guest
soloists for a performance of the
St. Matthew Passion by J.S. Bach
at UNF's Lazzara Hall. Part I will
be performed at 4 p.m. and Part
II will be performed at 7:30 p.m.
The concert is free and open to
the public.

Jewelry sale: BMCBeaches
Hospital Auxiliary will have a
jewelry sale from 7 a.m. to 4
p.m. in the main lobby of the
Beaches Hospital, 1530 13th
Ave. S. The public is welcome.

Stations of the Cross: Christ
the Redeemer Church, 190 S.
Roscoe Blvd., Ponte Vedra
Beach, will have Stations of the
Cross at 6 p.m., followed by a
showing of "The Passion of the
Christ" at 7 p.m. Everyone is
welcome.

Fish fry: Christ United
Methodist Church, 400
Penman Road, Neptune Beach,
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www.beachumc.org.

Plant sale: The Seaside
Playgarden will have a flower
and plant sale from 10 a.m. till
noon at 223 8th Ave. S.,
Jacksonville Beach.

Egg hunt: Christ United
Methodist Church, 400
Penman Road, Neptune Beach,
will host a community-wide
egg hunt from 1 to 3 p.m. All
children 10 and younger are
invited.

Art class; A family art class
will be held from 2 to 3 p.m. at,
the Jacksonville Museum of
Modem 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.

Sunday, April 16
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S Chamber luncheon: The sion from to 9:30 p.m. A casn uwil nave a nsn hry from o to Laster.
S acksonville Regional Chamber bar with popcorn will be avail- 7:30 p.m. The cost is $5.
of Commerce Beaches Division able from 7 to 7:30 p.m. Call Easter 5ervico:" Chri
will have its monthly luncheon 924-1100, extension 234, for Saturday, April 15 Redeemer Church, 1
at noon at Sawgrass Beach information. Film festival: As part of the Roscoe Blvd., will have
Club, 9795 Summer Place, First Coast Environmental Film Sunday services at 9 a.r
Ponte Vedra Beach. Pat Yack Maundy service: Ghristc-.Festival, "BIue.-Vinyl"' will be':,-10:30&a.m.. rrIc'j ilim
" edifor".f the FFoi'da Ti '- Lnited Methro sCht'th1 h, 400-,,shown at 10'a.m: at.the Mam. o'n i'-.. -' ., .., ,
Union, is the speaker. The cost Penman Road, Neptune Beach, Library Auditorium, 303 N. Monday, April
is $15 with reservations, or $20 will have a Maundy Thursday Laura St., followed by a discus- Holocaust ex
Sat the door. Call 249-3868 to service at 7 p.m. Holy sion panel from 11:30 a.m. till Engrained Forever Hol
SR.S.V.P. Community will be celebrated 12:30 p.m. Organic coffee and Exhibit will -be' 'held th
4 afterward. refreshments will be served April 25 at the Cultural
'-o" ...... .. from 9 .30 tio 10 a.m C all 924- at Ponte Vedrna, Roarc


Red Hats: I I
. Society will meet
Ristorante Seqi
Atlantic Blvd., At
The cost is $10.
or
RedHatFoxes@aol
R.S.V.P.,


Republican


e Red Hat
at 5:30 p.m. at.
uinos, 1021
laninr RBeach


Friday, April 14
Good Friday.


Call 285-3505 St. Matthew Passion: The
e-mail University of North Florida
I.com to Concert Choir, conducted by
Dr. Merrill J. Palmer of Neptune
Beach, will join forces with
Club: The members of the Jacksonville
Symphony, the Jacksonville


1100, extension 234, for infor-
mation.

Easter egg hunt: The Annual
Community Easter Egg Hunt
will be held from 10 a.m. to 1
p.m. at Jarboe Park in Neptune
Beach. Admission is free.
Sponsored by Beach United
Methodist Church. Visit


st the
90 S.
Easter
n. and


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exhibit:
ocaust
through
Center
h .50


Executive Way,- Ponte Vedra
Beach. Call 280-0614 for infor-
mation.

Woman's' club: The Ponte
Vedra Woman's ClIub will meet
at 10 a:m. at Sawgrass Country'
Club in Ponte Vedia. Visitors
are Welcome. Call 543-0993 for
information.


Tuesday, April 18
'Red Hats: The Red hat
Society will meet at 5:30 p.m. at
Outback, J. Turnmer Butler and
A1A. The book club will meet at
7 p.m. Call 543-9033 or e-mail
RedHatFoxesC@aol.com for
information.

Dolphin Cove: The Dolphin
Cove Community Association
meets at the Ponte Vedra
Library. A meet and greet will be
held from 6:30 to 7 p.m., fol-
lowed by the 7 p.m. meeting.

Democratic club: The
Beaches Democratic Club meets
at 6:30 p.m. at the Neptune
Beach Days Inn, 1401 Atlantic
Blvd. Kevin Monahan, strategy
chair for the Duval County
Democratic Party, is the feature
speaker. Call Peyton Hopkins at
249-9550 for information.

Book-signing: Sarah Dessen
will be at The Bookmark at 7
p.m. to read from and sign
copies of her new book "Just
Listen." Call 241-9026 for infor-
mation.

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

Son of Italy: Sons of Italy
Beaches Lodge #2821 will meet
at 6:30 p.m. at the Beaches
Branch Library's auditorium,
600 Third St., Neptune Beach. A
social time at 5:30 p.m.. pre-
cedes the meeting. Anyone


interested, whether of. Italian
heritage or not, is welcome.
Call 242-4929 for information.

Thursday, April 20
Last Day of Passover.

Coffee on the Coast: The
:Beaches Division of the
.Jacksonville Regional Chamber
of Commerce will have "Coffee
on the Coast" at 8 a.m. at
Shelby's Coffee Shop/Raymond
James, 200 First St., Neptune
Beach. The cost is $2. Call 249-
3868 for information.

Women's association: The
Sawgrass Players Club Women's
Association will meet at 10 a.m.
at the Ponte Vedra Beach
Library. The 10:30 a.m. pro-
gram is "Spring's Blooming."

Open house: Persephone
Healing Arts Center will host an
open house from 5:30 to 7:30
p.m. at 486 6th Ave. N.,
Jacksonmille Beach. Call 246-
3583 for information.

Sea turtle volunteer orienta-
tion: Volunteer orientation and
phase 1 boot camp for the 2006
sea turtle season will be held
from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the
Beaches Branch Library in
Neptune Beach. Visit
www.BSTP.net or call 613-6081
for information.

Saturday, April 22
Craft bazaar: A craft bazaar
and bake sale will be held from
8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at St. Andrews .
Lutheran Church, 1801 Beach
Blvd., Jacksonmille Beach. Call
221-1763 for information.

Tour de Parks: Tour de Parks
will be held from 9 a.m. till
noon in Atlantic Beach.
Participating parks are Jack
Russell Park, Howell Park, Bull
Park, Jordan Park, Donner,Park,
Veterans Park, Tide\iews Park
and Roses Park. 247-5828 or
242-0197.

Film festival: As part of the
First Coast Environmental.Film
Festival, "The Man. .;Who
Planted Trees," "Environmental
Ethics: Examining Your
Connection to the
Environment and "Your
Community," "The Water's
lournev: The Hidden Rivers of
-.Florida(" and "The- Living
Waters" will be shown from 10
a.m. to 4 p.m. at the
Jacksonville Landing -Store
Front.924-1100, extension 234.

Parliamentarians: First
Coast Parliamentarians will
meet at 10:15 a.m. at the Ponte
Vedra Beach branch library, 101
Library Blvd., Ponte Vedra
Beach. Visitors are welcome. For
information, e-mail sher-
rycaip@aol.com or call 744-
90794.

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OBITUARIES


Barbara "Babs" White Barnes


Jules Gilden


Barbara "Babs" White Barnes,
57, of Jacksonville, formerly of
Birmingham, AL died April 4,
2006.
Family members include her
husband, David L. Barnes;
daughters, Alison Wills (Jeff)
and Tonja Benninger; son,
Christopher Benninger
(Elizabeth); step-daughter,
Elizabeth Jo Barnes; father and
step-mother, Col. Clayton T.


Commander George
Cornelius, U.S. Navy (Retired)
died March 28, 2006. Born in
South Toms River, NJ on July
27, 1920 he graduated from
Toms River High School in
1937 and won a scholarship to
play trumpet in the band at the
Pine Beach NJ Admiral Farragut
Academy. A Congressional
appointment won in 1939 sent
him to the U.S. Naval Academy
where he contributed cartoons
and illustrations to the under-
graduate publications, the Log
and the Trident, and served on
the Design Committee of the
1943 Class Crest. He graduated
in 1942 in the wartime Class of
1943.
He was inducted into the
Toms River Regional. Schools
Hall of Fame in 1991. In 23
active duty Navy years he saw
'battleship service, destroyer
duty in WW 11 including the
Battle of the North Atlantic,
two-ocean submarine service
and 15 years as a Naval Aviator,
piloting 28 different aircraft
types. In 1954 he wrote the
words and music of the Naval
Aviation's official theme
march, Navy Wings of Gold.
He wore both the submarine
officer's Gold Dolphins and the
carrier pilot's Golden Wings. A
Navy Photographic School
graduate, he wrote, produced
and directed naval training,
films, supervised aerial photo-
graphic research, and repre-
sented the U.S. Navy in NATO
weapons development pro-
grams. He served on the
Steering Committee guiding
successful international devel-
opment and production of the
-Atlantic, NATO's Maritime
Patrol Aircraft. As a photo-
reconnaissance pilot.:he was
A,. decorated f6r haz'ardous'mis-
sions over hostile territory. He
was awarded the Secretary of
the Navy Commendation, the
Atlantic, Pacific, European
Theater, National Defense
SService and China Station
medals. He held French and
Russian Interpreter-Translator
Certificates. After Navy retire-


Betty Bell Culp, 83, longtime
resident of Jacksonville and the
Beaches, died at home on April
-8, 2006. She was born in
Gainesville, TX, daughter of
"the late Gideon and Maude
Ora (Flyn) Bell. She married her
'longtime childhood friend, Hal
'Culp, who she met when she
was two and he was seven.
Together they traveled exten-
sively as he moved with his
government job. Originally
becoming acquainted with
'Jacksonville through work,
they fell in love with the area
and retired here.
Surviving are her husband of


Patricia Ann Enea, 76, died
on April 7, 2006 at her home.
Born Patricia Klappholz .in
Irvington, NJ, she lived most
of her life in New Jersey before
moving to Jacksonville,
Florida in 1990.
After graduating from West
Side High School in Newark,
she worked for New Jersey Bell
Telephone as a long distance
operator. She later spent many
years working in various posi-
tions in retail department
stores.
She was a congregant of
Saint Paul's Catholic Church
in Jacksonville Beach.
She is survived by her hus-
band of 56 years, John B.
Enea. She is also survived by
her children, Susan Adamchak


and Amy White; sister, Janet
Herndon; brothers, Phil White,
Mike White and Paul White
and grandchildren, Nicholas
Holt, Katie Wills, Jeffrey Wills
and Mallory Wills.
Visitation was held April 6
in the Kilgroe Funeral Home of
Leeds, AL.
Services under the direction
of Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home
in Jacksonville Beach.


ment in 1963 he represented,
in Paris and Brussels, U.S. aero-
space firms.
in 1980 he was appointed to
a Department of Defense civil-
ian post in avionics develop-
ment at NATO Headquarters in
Belgium, where he won three
annual Outstanding
Performance awards. He was a
life member of the U.S. Naval
Institute and frequently
authored articles for its
Proceedings and Naval History
magazines. An essay, My Job:
Protecting America's Freedom,
was a winner in an American
Heritage Freedom Foundation
writing contest. The American
National Library of Poetry pub-
lished his poem, Eternal,
Vernal Spring. Another poem,
The Epic of '43, brought him
unofficial recognition as "The
Poet Laureate of the USNA
Class-of 1943." He was a life
member of the Association of
Navy Photographers and the
Association of Naval Aviation.
Final retirement in 1985 took
him and his wife, Sally Stevens
Cornelius, to San Diego, CA,
then to Jacksonville where he
pursued a part-time career as a
freelance writer. In 1996 the
Navy Chief Photographers
Association made him an
Honorary Chief Petty Officer, a
rare distinction for a commis-
sioned officer.
He is survived by a son,
George Andrew Cornelius of
New York City; two grandchil-
dren, Matthew Ryer and
Roxanna .Bell Cornelius; a
niece, Elinor Searing of Point
Pleasant, NJ and two nephews,
Donald Cornelius .of Alaska
and Wayne Cornelius of
Delmar, NY.
.,.rraiRgenrents by Hardage-
Giddenso'uneral Home in
Jacksonville Beach. A memori-
al service will be held
Thursday, April 13, at 1 p.m. in
Christ Episcopal Church, Ponte.
Vedra Beach. In lieu of flowers,'
donations may be made to the
American Humane Society or
the Jacksonville Humane
Society.


64 years, Hal, three children,
Donna Macky of San Antonio,
TX, Dianne McGill of Neptune
Beach, Michael (Robin) Culp of
Atlantic Beach, eight grand-
children, Renee Summers,
Margaret Ann (Buddy)
Lockwood, Kelly (Fred) Flores,
Sean McGill, Michelle (Doug)
Orr, Mark (Debbie) .Macky,
Brandon Culp and' Jistin Culp,
eight great-grandchildren, and
a brother-in-law Pete Cook.
A celebration of her life will
be held on Thursday, April 13
at 10 a.m. at Hardage-Giddens
'Funeral Home in Jacksonville
Beach.


and her husband John
Heritage of Randolph, Kansas,
and John Enea and his wife
Katherin'e Newmann of
Whippany, NJ.
She also survived by her sis-
ter, 'Betty Bindus of Lebanon,
NJ, and numerous nieces,
nephews and cousins.
No funeral services are
planned.. Memorial masses
will be celebrated in the future
in Florida and New Jersey.
Donations may be made to
Community Hospice of
Northeast Florida or American
Cancer Society. Arrangements
by Greenlawn Funeral Home,
4300 Beach Boulevard,
Jacksonville, Florida.
Funeral Home in
Jacksonville Beach.


Jules Gilden, 89, died April
5, 2006 in the Hadlow Center
of Community Hospice of NE
Florida. He was born on July 2,
1916 in St. Louis, MO. He
moved here in June of 1979
from Hampton, VA. He was a
writer, columnist and was in
sales for The Beaches Leader .
He also served on the Board of
Directors of the Los Pradas for
8 years, and was an outstand-
ing leader of the community.
Family members include his
wife of 41 years, Constance
Gilden; daughters, Julia Louise
Gilden of San Rafael, CA,
Shannon Elizabeth Gilden of
New York City, NY and Susan
Daphne (Tommy) Cheung of
Jacksonville; sister, Estelle
Gilden Hasson, of Santa


Paul S. Lockerman, Jr., 79,
born Dec. 23, 1927 died April
9, 2006.
A long time resident of
Jacksonville Beach, he was an
avid artist enjoying sketching
and painting for many years,
daily walks on the beach and
extensive traveling and pos-
sessed the special gift of mak-
ing everyone laugh, according
to family.'
He served in the' U.S. Army
Air Corps at the end of WWlIf
in the position of Draftsman
and later Weatherman. He was
the owner of Mayfair
Opticians for over 50 years, a
family owned. business that
his father, Paul Lockerman, Sr.
began in 1946. He was active
in 'the Professional Optical
Association of FL for years,
serving as President.
Family members include his
wife of 57 years, Lydia; sons,
Jonathan (Linda) Lockerman,
David '(Debbie) Lockerman,
Danny (Elaine) Lockerman;
daughter, Teena (B.J.)
Strickland; and grandchildren


Monica, CA; grandchildren,
My-ran Seth (Angela) Isaacs, of
Albany, CA, Benjamin Lewis
(Monique Grillet) Isaacs, of
Hollywood, FL, Andrew
Michael Cheung, Matthew
Alexander Cheung and Daniel
Thomas Cheung, all of
Jacksonville and three great -
grandchildren, Stella, Cyrus
and Chenoa. Predeceased by
his son Stephen Shaver
Gilden, and sister, Pauline
Gilden Russell.
A graveside burial was held
April 6 n the Beaches
Memorial Park of Atlantic
Beach, with the Rabbi
Nochum Kurinsky, officiating.
Services under the direction
of Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home
in Jacksonville Beach.


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(Above) Christian McGlothern
and Gordon Beck try their
hand at being sailors, while
Alyssa Griffin (left) practices
modeling, during creative
dress-up play at Beaches
Academy Child Development.
The activity was part of
Jacksonville Mayor John
Peyton's Links to Literacy
Preschool Program.


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,Chase Strickland,
Jacob, Shelby,
Heather and Lockerma
Madison Norton.
He was preceded in death by
his sister, Frankie Lockerman
and his mother Frances D.
Lockerman.
Funeral Services will be held
at noon on Saturday, April 15
in the Chapel of Quinn-Shalz
Funeral Home with Pastor
Richard. C. Wood officiating.
Visitation will be one hour
prior to thelservice. Interment
will be in the Beaches
Memorial Park Cemetery of
Atlantic Beach.
In lieu of flowers, donations
may be made 'to the
Lighthouse Church of the
Nazarene Building Fund,
13363 Beach Blvd., Jax., FL.
Services under the direction
Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home,
3600 3rd St.


Hospital seeks teen volunteers

FROM STAFF to the hospital, volunteers will
The Baptist Medical Center be expected"to work.'at'-Jeast7":'!
Beaches Auxiliary will sponsors' orr',8weekss.allowing-them tidri'e
a summer teen' program for to spend with family.
ages 14 through 18 years of Applications are available at
age. 'the information desk in the
Orientation will be held at hospital lobby and returned no
11 a.m. May 6 with a tour of later than April 28 to the atten-
the hospital,. a mandatory film tion of Jerri Snavely, Teenage
concernmingsafety, codes, infec- Volunteer Chairman. For infor-
tion control and the impor- mation call 246-6516.
tance of confidentiality in the
medical field.
Lunch will be served by the
hospital and all teens will get
their assignments for the sum- ..H hurricane
mer in areassuch as Nursing
Service, Outpatient Simple an-
Registration, Outpatient i
Surgery, Labor and Delivery,
Radiology, Emergency
Departientt, and Physical
Therapy.. Transparent
The chairmen of the above
services, will:'also be present at Quick to Install
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give details' of each service.,
Participants will work four Lightweight
hours. Monday through Friday
during morning or afternoon
shifts., .' Folds for easy stor
Since students have only 10
weeksof vacation time to give
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Art 'Guild (YBAG.) will hold
auditions for "Little Shop' of
Horrors" on May 6. I
Auditions will' be held at
Sandalwood High School's
auditorium, 2750 John Prom
Blvd. in Jacksonville.
A renovation of the Fletcher
High School auditorium,
which is usually home to the
annual theater program, has
forced the relocation, accord-
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For and easy Easter entree, Abby Myers has marinated lamb chops ready for the grill.



Easter recipe favorites' include



brunch pie, grilled lamb chops


by KATHY NICOLETTI
COLLAfNIST
Still looking fto
some new ideas for
what to make for
Easter Sunday?
Several of the cooks
previously featured
in this column have
contributed holiday
recipes for Easter
brunch or dinner.
Some recipes are quick
and easy while a few are
more time-intensive and
challenging; but all are
among what we call our col
. umn "favorites."
Personal Chef Christina
Phipps of Culinary Comfort
by Christina suggested her
recipe for Easter Brunch Pie
Her family traditionally
skips the big Easter dinner
and eitherserves brunch or
goes on a picnic.
Phipps brunch recipe
begins with puff pastry for
the'crust and then includes
several layers of omelets an
fillings. Have this assembled
the night before serving an
then bake at a convenient
time.
Family cook Adda Ugles
contributed her recipe for
Italian Easter Bread made
with candied fruit, nuts, an
colored Easter eggs.
To-make the bread, two
ropes of the sweet dough ar
twisted together to form a
ring. Then uncooked colore

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S Easter eggs are nestled in the
dough before baking.
"These are the best Easter
eggs," said Uggles.
"The eggs hard cook in
the oven and taste deli-
cious."
If she's serving a large
group, Uggles always makes
multiple loaves because
"everyone should have their
o,wn egg,."
Abbv Myers who is in her
- fourth year of teaching
"Easy Way to Gourmet"
classes, contributed the
ts main course recipe. She rec-
ommended grilling lamb
chops for an easy and deli-
cious change of pace from
the usual roast lamb, baked
ham, or turkey.
Myers marinates the chops
before grilling and serves
them with a seasoned butter
flavored with orange and
d chopped fresh mint.
d Two side dish recipes
d come from Ponte Vedra
physician Tim Baird. His
recipe for Caramelized
Onion Mashed Potatoes turn
everyday potatoes into holi-
day fare.
d Sugar Snap Peas with Mint
Oil are a light and refreshing
vegetable dish that would be
e outstanding with any num-
ber of meats. Baird also sug-
d gests using the Mint Oil for


a marinade or salad dress-
Ing.
P ,nte ,-drj''s Leeanne
Meadows contributed a
recipe that she said has
stood the test of time for
several reasons.
She said Curried Fruit
Bake "tastes good, can be
done ahead of time, and
takes minimal time to pre-
pare. If this were not
enoughlit can be turned
into a dessert."
Serve the fruit casserole
along with the main course
or spoon into a sherbet size
dish and top with a scoop of
ice cream.
An elegant dessert recipe
comes from Nlary Bracey in
Atlantic Beach. Bracey, a
pastry chef, contributed the
recipe for Coconut Cake
with Lime Curd Filling.
People often associate
coconut with springtime
desserts, she said, and the
use of the Lime Curd Filling
adds some tropical South
Florida flavor to this cake.
There are several steps to
make this dessert. But it is
sure to bring raves from
family and guests. Bracey
also suggested a few short-
cuts which still result in a
wonderful spring dessert. To
save time, use a box yellow
cake mix for the cake and
lemon curd which can be
purchased in some specialty
supermarkets.

The following are Easter
recipes from several of the col-
ullnll ftcatured cooks.


Easter Brunch Pie
(Ghristina,-,Phipp ..
Culinary no 6'omfTstby
Christina)
CRUST:
1 package frozen sheets
of puff pastry.- (17 oz.)
thawed.
POTATOES:-
2 tablespoons butter
1 package Simply
Potatoes, red potato wedges
-- in grocer refrigerated sec-
tion
1 sweet onion -- cut into
thin slivers
one-quarter tsp.salt
one-quarter tsp. pepper
OMELET:
2 Tablespoons butter
6 eggs (Egg Beaters can
be substituted) use half real
eggs- half chive and cheese
egg beaters
one-eighth tsp. salt
one-eighth tsp. pepper
2 Tablespoons water
OPTIONAL: Fresh or dried
herbs of your choice 1 T of
fresh chopped or 1 tsp. of
dried. Mix and match--
Some good choices that go
with eggs are: chives, pars-
ley, oregano, marjoram,
basil, thyme, lemon balm or
sage choose your favorite!
FILLING:
one-half lb. thin sliced
deli ham -- cut into strips
8 oz. finely shredded
cheddar cheese -- reduced
fat is fine.




See RECIPES, A-10



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Mary Bracey's recipe for
Coconut Cake with Lime
Curd Filling adds some
South Florida flavor to a
classic coconut cake.


by JENNIFER KNOECHEL.
STAFF I\'RITER
How much change would
you receive if the cost was
$15 plus 7 percent sales tax
and you gave the cashier
$20?"
Can you answer that ques-
tion in 10 seconds?
The Fletcher Nliddle School
Brain Bowl team did en route
to defeating Arlington ,
Middle for the Brain Bowl
district championship March

Fletcher also beat district
rivals Nlayport, Fort Caroline
and Landmark middle
schools to go undefeated this
season.
"It can be very stressful,
very nerve-wracking, espe-
cially in the first round
because you don't know if
you're better than the other
team or if they will be out-
smarting you," said Tess
Keskinen, an eighth-grader at
Fletcher Middle who plans to
attend Stanton College Prep,
one of Duval County's two
academic magnet high
schools, next school year.
"It was very close. \Ve were
behind and then the sev-
enth-graders pulled us up.
W\e were down by two points
in the last round and won
with a math bonus ques-
tion."
Fletcher eighth-graders
Bevin Amezcua, Nicole
Ronzon, and Eli Phillips
joined Keskinen in the final
round. The Fletcher team of
11 students is made up of
seventh and eighth graders
who are recommended by
,4,iheir teachers .-..
-'c. -cor n i-i. io _
Middle teacher Connie
Corbitt, who has been coach-
ing the Brain Bowl team at
Fletcher Middle for more
than 10 years, most of the
students hold a 3.5 GPA or
higher.
"It's very much like
Jeopardy; they have buzzers
and five seconds to answer a
question," Corbitt said.
"It's done like a soccer
match with four 10-minute
rounds. The eighth-graders
start, the seventh graders do
back-to-back rounds and the
eighth-graders do the final
round. This was a very


It can be very stress-
ful, very nerve-wrack-
ing, especially in the
first round.


'- Tess Keskinenn
Eighth grader

strong team."
Corbitt said the final
match against, Arlington was.:
the team's most difficult.
with Fletcher edging
Arlington 116 to 114.
Corbitt said district coordi-
nators, which are mostly
principals and school admin-
istrators, make up the ques-
tions for Brain Bowls from
middle school textbooks.
The bowls are held every
Monday in February and the
first week in March. Students
have five seconds to answer
a question, 10 seconds to ,.
answer math questions and
20 seconds to answer bonus
questions.
Corbitt said a typical ques-
tion for a seventh-grader
would be, "Who was the wife
of Louis XVI of France?"
The answer: Marie
Antoinette.
A typical bonus question
would be, "Identify each of
the following: the largest liv-
ing land animal; the longest
snake; the largest living'bird;
the largest bird that can fly.
The answers are African
elephant, the python,
Africanr ostrich and the
South African c6rfddr. '
"And if they don't say,
'African' elephant, it's not
right, so it can be very
tricky," Corbitt said.
Members of the Fletcher
Brain Bowl will each receive
trophies at the end of the "
school year for their achieve-
ment.
"I get so nervous but then
it gets more enjoyable when
you get into it and you know
it's not something like you're
going to die if you don't
win," Keskinen said.
"It's a lot of fun being with
youi friends in competition
like that."


EIGHTH GRADE


S Phoo umh
Eighth graders, from left, Bevin Amezcua, Tessa Keskinen,
Eli Phillips, Jordan Welch, and Nicole Ronzon.


SEVENTH GRADE


Photo submitted
Seventh graders, froin left, Cali Clayton, Heather Butoc,
Carly Brantley, Jacob Bellinger, Benjamin Woodruff, and
David Burkins.


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Natalie Cook and Justin Mortimore


, Keith Lomblo and Kelly Hotaling Nathan Philgreen and Katherine Roberts


Cook-Mortimore


Hotepiing-Lomblo


Roberts-Philgreen


Natalie Michelle Cook and
Justin Anthony Mortimore,
both of St. Augustine, has
announced their engagement
to be married.
The bride-elect is the daugh-
ter of Cecil Cook of Wabash,
Ind., and Sallyanne Smith of
Jacksonville. She is a graduate
of Fletcher High School and
the University of North
Florida.
She is employed as a person-


nel specialist with the St..Johns
County School District.
The groom-elect is the son of
John and Cherie Mortimore Ill
of Mishawaka, Ind. He is a
graduate of Penn High School
in Mishawaka, Ind. He is
employed as a mortgage under-
writer at PHH Mortgage.
The couple plan to marry at
6:30 p.m. May 27 at St. Johns
Golf and Country Club in St.
Augustine.


Kelly Hotaling and Keith
Lomblo, both of Jacksonville,
have announced their engage-
ment to be married.
The bride-elect is the daugh-
ter of Paul and Laurna Hotaling
of Jacksonviile and James and
Terry Curtis of Bainbridge, N.Y.
She is a graduate of
Bainbridge-Guilford High
School and and the State
University of New York at
Oneonta. She is employed as a
teacher at Jacksonville Beach


Elementary.
The groom-elect is the son of
Phillip and Sue Lomblo of
Milwaukee, Wisc., and Linda
Lomblo of New Richmond,
\Visc. He is a graduate of New
Richmond (WVisc.) High
School. He is employed as a
sales consultant in
Jacksonville.
The couple plan to marry at
4 p.m: Saturday, Oct. 4, at
Hidden Hills Country Club'in
Jacksonlille.


Kalherine Roberts and
Nathan Philgreen, both ,of
Columbia, S.C., have
announced their engagement
to be married.
The bride-elect is the daugh-
ter of Warren and Mary Roberts
of Neptune Beach. She is a
2002 graduate of Fletcher High
School and will graduate in
May from Columbia (S.C.)
International University.


The groom-elect is the son of
Dan and Esther Philgreen of
Columbia, S.C. He is a 2002
graduate of Irmo (S.C) High
School and will graduate in
December from the University
of South Carolina's pre-den-
tisty program.
The couple plan a June 3
wedding at the Casa Marina
Hotel in Jacksonville Beach.


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Fletche[ High principal Helene Kirkpatrick (center) receives a $500 donation from Greg Franks of
the Beaches Educational Foundation. The money will go toward college scholarships for select
Fletcher graduares. Also pictured is Deb Nemeth of the Fletcher PTSA with a plaque from BEF


Birth

Logan Shakibi Adams, the
son of Negin Shakibi and Ken
Adams of Washington. D.C.,
was born March 30 in
Washington's Sibley Hospital.
The 9-pound, 5-ounce, 22-
inch baby's maternal grandpar-
ents are Reza and Banoo
Shakibi of Tehran, Iran. His
paternal grandparents are
Chuck Adams of Ponte Vedra
Beach and Paulina Adams of
Lakewood, Wash.


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8:00 AM Contemporary

9:30 AM Contemporary

11:00 AM Traditional


BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN
CHURCH
x 1423 Eighth Avenue North, Jacksonville Beach -"
Il 1Holy Week Services II
Wednesday, April 12th 5:00 p.m.
Join us at 5:00 p.m. for a special demonstration of the Passover Seder meal by
Greg Savitt. A soup and sandwich meal will follow the demonstration.
Thursday, April 13th 7:00 p.m.
Our Maundy Thursday worship will feature the use of the Holden Evening
Prayer and will include Holy Communion. Pastor Jacobs will preach the conclu-
sion of the sermon series "The Seven Last Words from the Cross." The service
will conclude with the ceremonial Stripping of the Altar.
Friday, April 14th 7:00 p.m.
Our Good Friday worship will feature a Tenebrae liturgy and will include many
,meaningful hymns, powerful special music, and the reading of the entire Passion
account.
Saturday, April 15th 5:30 p.m.
New to Bethlehem this year, our Easier Vigil service is a special time for prayer
and meditation. The service will include meditative music, scripture readings,
and the special testimony of three members of our congregation. Don't miss out
on this unique opportunity to worship!
Sunday. April 16th 7:00,9:00, & 11:00 a.m.
Our Easier Festival Worship Services will triumphantly proclaim the Resur-
rection of our Lord Jesus Christ through majestic music, powerful preaching,
and the celebration of Holy Communion.
K Please also join us for Easter Breakfast served from 8:00-9:00 a.m.
All children and young families are invite to join us for an Easter
Egg Hunt in the playground from 8:30 a.m. 9:00 a.m.
*There will be no Sunday School or Adult Bible Study on Easter Sunday.
Enjoy worship and fellowship with your family.
Phone: 249-5418 www.blcjaxbeach.org


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CHURCH
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285-6127
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Recipes: Easter 'favorites' include Italian meringue buttercream


Cont. from A-8
1. On lightly floured sur-
face, roll each sheet to fit
into pie plate. Lay 1 sheet
.into a 10" round.(greased or
sprayed.) deep pie dish and
set aside.

2. In a skillet, melt 2
tablespoons butter until siz-
zling, add .potatoes, onion,
salt and pepper. Toss
around and continue to cook
on medium high heat stir-"
ring and tossing often until
onions and potatoes are
lightly browned and cooked.
through., Set aside.

3 In small bowl stir togeth-
er all omelet ingredients,
except butter, adding the
fresh or dried herbs if you
like. In a skillet, melt 1
tablespoon butter until siz-
:zling. Pour one-half of the
omelet mixture into skillet.
Cook over medium heat. As
omelet mixture sets, lift
lightly with spatula to allow
uncooked portion to flow
underneath. Continue cook-
ing until set, 2 to 3 minutes.
Turn over or flip it's okay if
it doesn't stay all in one
piece. When done, slide
omelet into pie plate lined ,
with puff pastry.

4. Iayer other ingredients
on top of omelet as follows:
one-quarter lb. ham strips,
half sauteed potatoes, 1 cup
shredded cheese. Then
reverse and add the remain-
ing potato onion mixture,
the rest of the ham and
sprinkle with the remaining
cheese.

5. Prepare remaining
omelet with butter and slide
onto top of pie ingredients.-
*Top with remaining pastry
crust. Press together edges of
both sheets of pastry to form
a rim; crimping or flute
S edges with fingers like a
regular pie crust trimming
off excess pastry.

6. Cover and refrigerate
overnight. If you are ready
to eat now, preheat oven to
375 degrees.

7. Bake for 30 to 35 min-
utes or until golden brown.
Let stand 5 minutes before
cutting into wedges. If pie is
refrigerated overnight, let
stand at room temperature
17 about S0 minutes before bak-
ing. Serves 8.

Serving Ideas: Let it sit
out and then bake while the
kids are hunting for Easter
Eggs and then all come in
Sr for a delicious and satisfying
breakfast!! "Or serve with
fresh fruit and fresh
squeezed juice (or mimosas!)
for a delightful brunch after
church services!!

Italian Easter Bread

(Ada Uggles)

two and three-quarters to
three and one-quarter cups
unsifted flour

one-quarter cup sugar

1 tsp. salt
1 pkg. active dry yeast

two-thirds cup milk

2 T margarine

2 eggs at room tempera-
ture
one-half cup mixed can-
died fruit
one-quarter cup chopped
Sblanched almonds
S one-half tsp. anise seed

S melted margarine


5 colored raw eggs


confectioners sugar frost-
ing

colored sprinkles


In a large bowl, combine 1
cup flour, sugar, salt, and
east. Heat milk and 2 T
margarine in a saucepan over
low heat until liquid is warm
(120 to 130 degrees). Add to
dry ingredients, beat 2 min-
utes at medium speed, scrap-
ing bowl occasionally.

Add eggs and one-half cup
flour. Beat at high speed for
2 minutes. Stir in enough
additional flour to make a
soft dough. ,

Turn onto a floured board.
Knead about 8' to 10 mrin-
utes. Place in greased bowl,
turning to grease top of
dough. Cover, let rise until


doubled (about 1 hour).

Punch dough down, turn
onto floured board. Knead in
fruits, almonds, and anise
seed. Divide in half. Roll
each piece into a 24-inch
rope. Twist ropes together
loosely, form into a ring on a
greased baking,sheet. Brush
with melted butter.

Place colored eggs into
spaces in the twist. Cover
and let rise until doubled,
-about 1 hour.' Bake at 350
"'degrees for 30 to 35 minutes
or until done. Remove from
baking sheet and cool.

Frost ring with confection-
ers sugar frosting and deco-
rate with sprinkles.


Lamb Chops with
Orange Zest
and Mint Butter

(Abby Myers, Easy Way to
Gourmet) .

8 bone-in 290o thick loin
lamb chops

one-half cup olive oil.

one and one-half T fresh
chopped garlic

the juice from one-quarter
naval orange

1 T fresh minced rosemary

1 stick of unsalted butter,
softened

1 T orange zest

1 tsp. fresh parsley

4 T fresh mint leaves,
chopped


Mix together the olive oil,
garlic, orange juice and rose-
mary. Marinate, the lamb
chops in. this mixture in a
zip lock bag in the refrigera-
tor at least 4 hours or
overnight.

Mix the butter with the'
orange zest, and parsley.
Form into a log and chill.
When well chilled, roll in
chopped mint.

Grill the chops on medium
high heat for five and a half
to six minutes per side to.
have the meat done medi-
um. Grill for a longer or
shorter time if another tem-
perature is desired.

Have the seasoned butter
ready and not overly chilled.
Serve the chops on a platter
garnished with fresh rose-
mary. Top each chop with a
pat of the seasoned butter.

Caramelized-Onion
Mashed Potatoes

(Tim Baird)

* Put one and one-half
lbs.unpeeled Yukon Gold
potatoes', cut into 1 inch
cubes, in a medium saucepan
and cover with water. Add
one tsp salt and boil.over
moderate heat until tender,
about 15 minutes. Drain,
return to the pan and keep
warm. Felt 4 tablespoons of
unsalted butter in a small
skillet. Add one minced yel-
low onion and cook over
moderately low heat, stir-
ring, until well browned,
about 20 minutes. Mash the
potatoes with three-quarters
cup hot milk and 2 table-
spoons unsalted butter. Stir
in the caramelized onions
and season with salt and
pepper. Makes 4 servings.


Sugar Snap
wi Min O

(Tim Baird


Peas
)il

,' :.. '


I one-third cup fresh mint
leaves

one-third cup canola oil

Salt and freshly ground
pepper

one-half lb.sugar snap
peas, strings removed

fn a medium saucepan of
boiling water, blanch the
mint just until limp and
bright green, about 30 sec-
onds. 'Using a slotted spoon,
transfer the mint to a
blender and pulse until fine-
ly chopped. With the
machine on, add the oil in a
thin stream and blend until
pureed. Transfer to a bowl
and season with salt and'


.pepper. Add salt to the boil-
ing water, and then blanch
the sugar snap peas until just
tender and bright green,
about 3 minutes. Drain well,
transfer to a bowl and toss
with about 1 tablespoon of
the mint oil.

The leftover mint oil can
be used as a marinade for
chicken, lamb chops or firm
white fish or mix with
lemon juice for a salad dress-
ing.

Curried Baked Fruit

(Leeanne Meadows)-


1 (lpounid) can pear halves

1 (1-pound) cling peaches


1 (1-pound) can pineapple
chunks

1 (1'-pound) can apricot
halves

12 Maraschino cherries

three-quarters cup light
brown sugar

3 teaspoons curry [powder

one-third cup butter or.
margarine, melted

two-thirds cup blanched
slivered almonds


Drain all fruit. Add sugar
and curry powder to melted
butter. Arrange fruit and
nuts in layers in casserole,
pour butter mixture over all
and bake at 325 degrees for 1
hour. Refrigerate overnight;
.reheat at 350 degrees before
serving. Yield 10 to 12 serv-
.ings.

Coconut Cake with
Lime Curd Filling

(Mary Bracey)

Chiffon Cake

3 cups Cake Flour

one and one-quarter cup
sugar

1 tsp. salt
5 tsp. Baking Powder

12 Eggs separated into
yolks and whites

1 cup oil

1 cup + 2 tbsp. water

1 tbsp. vanilla extract

one and one-quarter cup
sugar .

1 tsp. cream of tartar


Preheat oven to 350
degrees. Line bottom of two
10-inch round cake pans
with parchment paper, but
do not grease inside of cake
pans.

Sift first four ingredients
together three times and
place in mixing bowl.

Combine egg yolks, oil,
water and vanilla together.,
Whisk gently to break up
yolks.

Add one-third of egg yolk
mixture to flour mixture and
blend well, using a slow
speed on mixer. Scrape sides
of the mixing bowl often.
When combined, add next
one-third of yolk mixture
and blend well. Once com-
bined, scrape sides of mixing

bowl and add last one-third
of yolk mixture, mixing bat-
ter to a smooth consistency.
Pour batter into a large bowl
and set aside.

In a clean mixing bowl
whip egg whites to a froth.
Add cream of tartar, then
sugar in a slow stream. Whip
until egg whites are thick
and start to stand up on
their own. Do not over mix!

Add one-third of egg
whites to batter and gently
fold whites until combined
into batter. Add next one-
third of egg whites and fold
until combined into batter.
Add remaining egg whites
and gently fold until com-
bined. Pour batter into pre-
pared pans and bake.

Bake 30-40 minutes, or
until cake springs back when
touched.

You will have to run a but-
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cake has. cooled, to remove if
from cake pan.

Italian Meringue
Buttercream

8 ounces egg whites, room
temperature (save yolks for
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2 cups + 2 T sugar

one-half cup water

one and one-half
lbs.unsalted butter, softened
to room temperature

1 tsp. vanilla extract ,

1.tsp. lemon juice


Place egg whites in mixing
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Have a candy thermometer
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next to stove.

Combine sugar and water
in heavy 2 quart pot. Cook
over medium-high heat, stir-
ring constantly with a wood-
en spoon until mixture
comes to a boil. At this
point, stop stirring and place
candy thermometer in pot..:

Start whipping egg whites.'

Wet pastry brush with
water and brush sugar crys-.
tals off the inside of the pot.
Continue to dip brush in
water and brush crystals
until they're gone.

Whip egg whites until
medium peaks. Sloxw mixer if:
whites are going to over
whip.

At the same time, watch
sugar mixture on stovetop.
When temperature reaches
240 degrees, quickly remove
thermometer and turn off
heat.

While mixer is whipping
egg whites, pour hot sugar
syrup into the mixing bowl,


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EDUCATION BRIEFS


FROM STAFF
The Fletcher High School
Advisory Cc wncil SACI will
meet at 6 p.m. Thursday, April
20, in the administTative con-
ference room.
*
Puppet shows are held on
the fourth Thursday of every
month at the Seaside
Playgarden, 223 Sth 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 twp family mem-
bers per student).
Student-Family Rush


Tickets are available for select
performances during the sym-
phony's regular subscription
season. At select performances,
students may purchase rush.
tickets up to 90 minutes prior
to the start of the performance,
as determined by management.
*
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.


photo submitted
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San Pablo Elementary. Farber's F.A.C.E. program teaches confidence, positive attitude and fit-
ness skills. The focus is on fitness to help reduce childhood obesity and to build self-esteem and
respect. The Beaches Neighborhood Partnership for Protection of Children recently sponsored the
program at San Pablo.


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RELAY FOR LIFE


Many participated in Relay for Life events held last
week at the Beaches. Young cancer survivor
Marshall Cutting is with Red Hat Foxes cancer
survivors and volunteers at the American Cancer
Society's Relay for Life survivors dinner Thursday.
Pictured front row, from left, are Marge Doyle,
Annette Watson, Cutting, Wendy Warner and
Roxie Gonzalez; in the second row are Beverly
Denneen, Karen Lahey and Mary Jane Brown;
and in the back row are Barbara Price, Sally
Harper, Elaine Brown and Geri Lewis.
In the bottom photo, members of the Fletcher
band march to perform at the Relay for Life all-
night walk which is a fundraiser for the fight
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From The Cake Bible by
Rose Levy Beranbaum
4 large egg yolks (save
egg whites for another use)
one-half cup sugar
3 oz. fresh lime juice
4 tbsp. unsalted butter
Pinch of salt
2 tsp. finely shredded lime
zest
In a heavy saucepan that
will not corrode, beat egg
yolks and sugar until well
blended. Add remaining
ingredients, cep.t, zest.,
Place a' :cean bowl on. the
counter with a fine mesh
strainer over it.
took lime curd over VERY
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wooden spoon (approximate-
ly 15. minutes of cooking
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. the curd while cooking,
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ing. "Note that the lime
curd must not boil or it will
curdle.
When curd is thick
enough, pour at once into
the strainer and press to
strain out any solids. Add
lime zest and cover with
plastic wrap, pressing plastic
wrap onto the top of the
curd to prevent a skin from
forming.
Refrigerate to thicken.
.Yields 1 cup.
To Assemble Coconut Cake
with Lime Curd Filling
Have a 14 oz. bag of
coconut on hand.
Make Coconut Simple
Syrup'
1 cup water
1 cup sugar


, 1 i nCoco Lopez Cream
o0 Coconut
Bring water and sugar to a
simmer on stove, stirring
until sugar has dissolved.
Remove pot from stove and
let cool. Pour syrup into
bowl and add approximately
half of the cream of coconut
(well mixed in the can), stir-
ring the coconut flavored
syrup. Save the remainder of
the cream of coconut.
To build the cake
Bake cakes and let cool.
Make lime curd and let
chill in refrigerator.
Make buttercream and let
sit at room temperature an
hour before using, so that
butter softens.
Make coconut simple
syrup and let cool to room
temperature.
Slice each cake in half hor-
izontally and place first cake
layer on cake plate. Brush
generously with coconut


simple syrup and spread i
thid q.up of lire curd on
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and a sprinkle of coconut
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Fletcher lacrosse makes great strides


Photio by ROB DeArGELO
Boys lacrosse is a club sport at Fletcher High this season and the emphasis has been on learning the game and developing skills.
Lacrosse is likely to become a slate-sanctioned sport next year. Fletcher's Alex Loff, in black helmet above, controls the ball while
being checked by a pair of Stanton defenders during last Saturday's game.



Senators win consolation H


final in Gateway baseball


TOP: Fletcher's Spencer Durden celebrates after scoring the
first goal of last Saturday afternoon's game against Stanton at
Jack Taylor Stadium. It was the final home game of the season
for the Senators.
ABOVE: Fletcher attack man James Cowley sprints upfield with
the ball on a first-half scoring opportunity.


HEAVY METAL


FROM STAFF

The Senators' bats finally
awoke from a four-game slump
last Friday as the team pounded
out 13 hits en route to a 15-11
victory over Englewood in the
Gateway Conference consola-
tion final at Jacksonville
University.
The teams exchanged two-
run first innings but Fletcher
sprinted to an early lead with
five more runs in the bottom of
the third.
Still, the Rams battled back to
plate a pair of runs in the top of
the third and three more in the
top of the fourth to make it 8-7
Senators after four complete.
A seven-run sixth inning,
keyed by doubles from Patrick
Braswell,' Tyler Bounds and
Blake Dunbar, put Fletcher in
front to stay. Englewood rallied
for a pair of runs in the sixth
and seventh innings but it was
too little to fend off the
Senators.
Sam Pernr picked up the %ic-
tory to improve to 6-1 on the
season. Perry also had a two-
run triple in the contest.
With the win Fletcher
improved to 14-5 on the season
and more significantly broke a
late-season slump that saw the
team record just one victory


since players returned from
spring break late last month.
The Senators were dispatched
to the consolation final with an
8-3 loss to Mandarin last
WVednesday in the Gateway
semifinals.


SENATORS 15
RAMS 11
"No question about it we're
struggling right now," said
Fletcher head coach Kevin
Brown following that defeat."..
. In general our bats have gone
cold. We've tried everything we
can. Hitting off tees in practice,
extra batting practice, you
name it. If you're around base-
ball long enough, sometimes
the bats just go cold."
But with 13 hits and 15 runs
against Englewood, Brown
hoped his team has broken out
of its slump just in time for


Tuesday's' 'ke'y District game at
Sandalwood. \With'.avictory, the
Senators would sew up the top
seed in the district 'tournament
later this month.
While there are only five
teams in Fletcher's district, win-
ning "Ahe',- 1-6A title would
ensure'- berth in the state play-
offs. The district is composed of
Gainesville Buchholz, Fletcher,
Mandarin, Orange Park and
Sandalwood.
"WVihning the Gateway was
one of our goals and obviously
we didn't get that," said Brown,
"but our ultimate goal. remains
to get to the state playoffs and
we're still on track."
The Senators' skipper said he
would probably start ace Justin
Preckajlo against Sandalwood
Tuesday evening, but was still
mulling possibilities over the
weekend.
Preckajlo (4-2) has had some
strong outings this season and
pitched' all sev6n innings
against Mandarin last
Wednesday. The senior right-
hander also pitched seven
strong innings and earned a \ic-
tory against the Mustangs on St.
Patrick's Day at the Baseball
Grounds in Jacksonville. The
Senators staged a sixth-inning
rally to win that ballgame.
After facing the Saints,
Fletcher will play host to Paxon
Wednesday night.


Pholo by ROB DeANGELO
Fletcher High shot-putter Michael Johns competes in the Gateway Conference Track
and Field Championships last Thursday at Raines High School. Senators freshman
Megan Bary won the girls 1,600-meter run in 5:27 and the 3,200 in 12:05.


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or all of Northeast Florida can, and at a price that few, if any,
other printing companies in this area can come, close to
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"It's amazing to be able to offer this service to our cus-
tomers," Klotz says. "With a totally digital workflow, jobs
move directly from the graphic designers' computers to the
Heidelberg. There are no negatives, no metal plates. Jobs
image directly on the press, and, in ten minutes or less, we've
got a perfectly-registered finished product rolling off the
press.. I like to call the DI 46 the Ferrari of printing presses,
and we've got it right here in house!"
But Times Square Printing offers more that state-of-the-art
equipment. TSP prides itself on customer service. The staff is
quick to offer a tour of the 10,000-plus-square-foot business,
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"In just one stop at Times Square, .you can have everything
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The company's four graphic design professionals, with
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with designs and ideas formulated to produce results.
"Businesses far and wide rely on our design professionals to
solve their printing dilemmas, improve their corporate image
and increase their sales," says Jeff.
With more than 20 years' experience in print design and
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Times Square also provides complete in-house blueprint
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more.
Times Square Printing also proudly offers book-publishing
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authors transform manuscripts into published works. Many
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and college libraries. In addition to providing in-house
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FISHING




Great fishing in the canal, jetties and surf


T rout and redbass are
strong in the canal and
river. Plenty of
sheepshead at the jetties and
the surf is full of whiting.
Captain George Bull and
Carson Eddings fished the
creeks north of Ft. George
inlet, from the "Bionic Bull"
last Friday morning. They
found a good bite and caught
17 redbass, two trout and a
pair of flounder.
Capt. Hobart Joost, with his
son, Hobie, and friends Greg
Pugh and his son, Axel,
teamed up last weekend on a
sheepshead trip. They put .
their live fiddlers down in 57
feet of water about 12 miles
offshore and caught 17
sheepshead to six pounds.
Jetty guide Fred Morrow and
Alex Coker and his son, Keith,.
anchored along the jetties last
Monday morning and caught
14 sheepshead to five pounds
and two drum at four pounds.
On Tuesday, Brian Walker and
Shawn Burton fished with
Fred on the "Little Yvonne"
and caught 17 sheepshead to,
six pounds along with six
drum weighing between five
and 13 pounds.
Veteran angler Robert Still,
and. Fred tried several of their
favorite spots north of Sisters
Creek on Thursday morning
Sand caught five redbass to 24
inches, 10 trout and a floun-
der. Judge Libby Morris and
Jim Padgett netted nine red-
bass to 29 inches and four
trout on Saturday to conclude
a great week of fishing.
On the Jacksonville Beach
Pier, the week's best catches of
whiting came on Saturday.
. 'Most of the anglers were able
to take home great catches of
w.-hiting. Many of their coolers
.also held sheepshead, yellow-
mouth trout and even a few
"speckled trout and Spanish.
Jesse Cotner cleaned six large


WIMPY SUTTON.
FISHING LEADER


yellowmouth trout.
Al Wiltshire and John
Burroughs fished the pier on
Wednesday and caught 18 --
whiting, six yellowmouth and
lots of stingrays.
Canal guide John Dyrssen,
with Dwight Hibbard and his
daughter, Candy, on
Wednesday morning not too '
far frpm the Atlantic Blvd.
Bridge, caught 18 redbass and
a dozen trout. One of
Dwight's reds weighed 25
pounds and John and Dwight
tried the same spot Saturday
morning and caught 12 red-
bass and a pair of speckled
trout. '
, Capt. Jack Ross, Bear Craft
and Eddie Claxton had a great
day aboard the "Never Give
Up" last Sunday in the blue
water. They caught five wahoo
with the largest weighing 71
pounds.
Capt. Dave Sipler and his
guests fished several places
along the jetties last Tuesday
and caught 10 trout, a four-
pound blue and an ll-pound
redbass. On WVednesdav morn-
ing, Capt. Dave re-visited the
same area and caught eight
trout, a yellowmouth, a floun-
der, a sheepshead and a few
blues.
Capt. Mike Morris, with his
guests Galen Baver. John Acree


and Mike Hannan, fished
along the jetties and caught
17 sheepshead to 6.5 pounds.
Shailendra Mali and Nirol,
Aquino spent Saturday morn-
ing fishing the jetties and
caught a 19-pound drum.
Capt. Brian Russell and his
party anchored along the jet-
ties last week and netted six
sheepshead to five pounds,
three trout, eight redbass to 22
pounds, and a drum.
Mike Hamilton, and his
friend, Curtis, teamed up for
30 sheepshead at the jetties
Tuesday morning.
James Gergley and his wife,
Tina, on their "Head Hunter"
Tuesday morning in the canal
caught 12 redbass to eight
pounds, 12 trout to three
pounds, five flounder, a
sheepshead and a drum. On
Wednesday, with Becky
Hogan, James reports a catch
of 12 redbass, 18 trout and a
pair of flounder.
Larry Finch fished the surf
below St. Augustine last
Tuesday with sandfleas and
caught 15 pompano, 57 whit-
ing and two redbass. Larry
also reports lots of anglers
fishing the surf at Mickler's
did very well on whiting last
week.
Anglers aboard the
S"Mlavport Princess" had plenty
of action last Thursday. Fifteen
snapper, two kings and coolers
filled with beeliners and
seabass were brought off the
boat. Shawn Bunning cleaned'
'a 15-pound snapper; Sam
Tacay was showing friends his,
17-pound grouper and Kevin
Williams, from Vermont, had
a 12-pound grouper.
This week's out of town
report comes all the way from


Spanish Cay in the Abacos
Chain,. Max Hjelm, son of ..
Randy and Sandra Hjelm of
Jacksonville Beach, is working
on a 70-foot Sports Cruiser
with a smaller 26-foot center
console boat owned by Randy '-
and Brenda Jones. Last week,
on a trip with the smaller rig,
deep dropping and using
squid for bait, Max pulled up
a 160-pound mystic grouper.
The largest mystic anyone has
reported in years.
Good fishing.


S, Pnoto uomme
Max Hjelm, center, with boat owners Randy and Brenda Jones and
Capt. Tommy Callahan, left, with the 160-pound mystic grouper
caught near Spanish Cay in the Abacos Chain in 2,000 feet of water.

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Mickelson shines while winning second gee jacket
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April 12, 2006


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Pnolo ny ROB D&ANGELO.
Phil Mickelson, above during the first round of last month's Players Championship, won his sec-
ond Masters title Sunday.




PVB's McElwee, Francis find


success in state gymnastics


FROM STAFF

Ponte V'edraBeach's Heather
McElwee recently competed in
the United States Gymnastics
Association's Florida State
Championships. where she
placed fourth in the all-around
competition.
McElwee, 17, is a junior at
Nease High School. In the
Florida Championships, she


took seventh place in the vault,
12th in uneven parallel bars
and first in the balance beam
for an overall fourth-place fin-
ish.
With her performance in the
state competition, McElwee
advanced to the Region 8, Level
10 championships in Marietta,
Ga. The region includes the
states of Florida, Georgia, North
Carolina, South Carolina,
Tennessee, Louisiana and


Alabama.
A top seven finish in her age
group at the regional event
would qualify McElwee for the
National Championships April
27-30 in Oklahoma City.
McElwee trains about 20
hours per week Gymnastics
Unlimited in Jacksonville with
her coaches Lisa and Michelle
Music.
Another Ponte Vedra Beach
gymnast, Landrum Middle
School student Callie Francis,
qualified to compete in the
-Level, 8 Regional champi-
onships in Huntsville, Alabama.
_ -Erancis, 'an eighth-grader,
qf.-tqua.f.edhfor ;he.regional event...
by placing fifth in the all-
around competition for her age
gioup at the Florida State
Championships. She was fifth
in the vault, sixth in uneven
parallel bars, fourth in the bal-
ance beam and seventh in floor
exercise.
In addition to being an
accomplished gymnast, Francis
is also a musician and has qual-
ified for the state violin compe-
tition which will take place at
the University of North Florida
next month.
Like McElwee, Francis trains
about 20 hours each week for
gymnastics.


Tr' e story of the Masters is
I that it's always a great tri-
1 umph for somebody and a
great tragedy for someone else.
It's like that, one might say, in
every golf tournament but the
Masters magnifies every
heartache and each thrill.
Sunday, there was Phil
Mickelson winning his second
green jacket, while playing part-
ner Fred Couples also seeking
his second Augusta title -
might have been the hero that
family, friends and fans
swarmed if his putter had
matched the rest of his game.
But Mickelson and Couples
were a study in friendship as
they marched toward and away
from the 18th hole. Even if
Freddie, who at times has been
far from Friendly Freddie, man-
.aged only a :tie for third with
Jose Marie 'Olazabel, Retief
Goosen, Tiger Woods and for-
mer leader Chad Campbell, it
was almost a triumph for him.
The "patrons' cheered
Couples on every hole. ,At 46
years old, Couples has become a
sentimental favorite, partly
because he has been, and still is
a great golfer. And partly
because he has survived from
the Palmer-Nicklaus glory days
and can teach the Johnny-
come-latelys a thing or two.
For Mickelson, who also won
at Augusta in 2004 after years of


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PRESS BOX

being touted as the best who
couldn't win the big ones, this
was a good Masters even if not
the best. What a tournament
the Masters and think how
great it could be if they moved it
to May, right? It doesn't rain in
May, you know. It might even
be a major in May.
Amazing Gators
The Florida Gators' amazing
basketball national champi-
onship has left all kinds of
things for various people- to be
thankful for in and out of
Swamp land.
For one thing, it gave
President Bush a chance to get
his pitcher (.cq) took with a win-
ner. This has not been a habit
with Mr. Bush in or out of the
Oval Office in some time. As we


all know, Mr. Bush has never
met a camera or newsreel
opportunity he didn't like but
now he can get cheers just by
wearing his Gators sweatshirt -
everywhere but in Tallahassee.
The Gators' sweet national
crown also took some attention
off of Florida's latest gridiron
hero, young Tim Tebow, former-
ly of Nease High, who made his
spring practice debut. They
draped a red jersey on his
youthful torso which warns the
defense to lay off hitting him or
suffer drastic consequences.
Coach Urban Meyer had to
smile his congrats to cage coun-
terpart Billy Donovan, but it
must have been through
clenched teeth. Meyer now
knows the bar has been lifted
for football.
It was written here even
before the Gators knocked off
UCLA for the NCAA title that
Florida should be the team of
the year and Wild Bill Donovan
the coach of the year. Any argu-
ment now?
There was no magic in what
the Gators did in the NCAA
Tournament. Donovan had the
material all along. The neatest
trick he pulled was bringing the
Gators back at the end of the
season after that slump. That set
the pace and the result was
Florida's first national basketball
championship.


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Stuart Cooley, Zach Pinchot and Chris Lehane. Middle row : Dillon McNulty, Parker
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Stuart Cooley, Zach Pinchot and Chris Lehane. Middle row: Dillon McNulty, Parker
Dixon, Seth DeWitt, Clay Bridge and Trent Silvers. Back row: Coaches Kevin Lehane,
Tim McNulty and JelfPearce.


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Pniotw submiltm d
Heather McElwee competes on the balance beam in the USGA
Florida State Championships March 11 in Boca Raton.


Physical .
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11 a.m. in the high school gym.
Cost is $10. Athletes may log on
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and liability form. For additional
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physical phone 819-8300 and
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third Saturday of each month
beginning at 4 p.m.
On the fourth Saturday of each
month will be a free class for jun-
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Pre-registration is not neces-
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Selva Linkside
6 BLKS TO OCEAN. 3BR 2 1'2BA,
1935sI. Only $494,500. i904)472-4039.
FIXER UPPER
1611 6TH Ave North. 3BR,:2BA 1450sf,
concrete block, 1 -car garage, pool, in-
ground sprinkler system, good roof good
C and new pool heater. upgraded win-
dows. $279.000. 655-1534.
PONTE VEDRA Beach. The Islands,
2BR,2BA. attached garage, community
pool, tennis. $250.000. 19041703-8380.


I BoisI


1/2 ACRE lot on the S.W. corner ol Hodg-
es and Chauny Rd. lust north o Beach
Blvd. 4 miles the beach. Waler, septic,
and home plans Included. Possible com-
mercial lot. $129,900 Call for more ipto.
755-8872
.99 ACRES. 2-4 lots, zoned RMD-A,
$395K. north of Dutton, on Brazaele,
backs up ro Selva Marina ,GC. between
two 5 acre traCks, sold as is. Call Mike
McGuire at (904)246-5162



NEWER. CUSTOM built, private, ocean.
tront home with high dune views ot the
ocean and Intracoastal Waterway. Approx.
4458.+ s., 5BR/4.5BA, den/ office. tile and
hardwood floors, formal living and dining,
pool and spa, screened lanai with hot tun,
lush landscaping and loaded. 52,750.000.
Phyllis Staines, 904-476.SOLD. RE/MAX
Coastal Real Eslate. www.pslalnes.com

FSBO- HARBOR Winds, 4BR/2BA,
2058sf. Large cul-de-sac lot. New carpet,
tile, and hardwood. Many more upgrades.
By appointment. No brokers. $339,000
904-221.7369.
PVB 3BR/2BA Townhouse, $950/mo.
Consider lease option, short/long term.
463-7343..
FSBO. 10TH Ave. South. Jax Beach.
3BR/1.5BA, lanced, carport Refurbished.
like new. $390K 398-0232.
PONTE VEDRA, Sawgrass Players Club,
Bermuda Court. 2BR/2BA, unattached pa-
tio home. $259,900. (904)655-5990
PVB, 3BR/2BA .den, gated community
comm. pool. $389,900 or rent $1800.'mo
(904)273-9549.
COME TO the peautilul North Georgia
Mountains. New homes from the
low $100,000's built on 1.,- acre lots.
Several models. available. Please call
770-754-0075.
FSBO- ICW 3BR/ 2BA great marshview
$344.500 or lease option- $1700'mo
14046 Pine island Dr 242-4040.
FSBO. ATLANTIC Beach. 780 Jasmine
St. $189,000 Call 318-2900, 742-6227
AFFORDABLE JAX Beach. second Iloor,
marshview condo is perfect lot anyone
who wants to live at the beach bul not pay
beach prices' Movein ready w/refrigera-
tor. microwave, washer, dryer and ceiling
fans Freshly painled interior, security sys.
lem, screened lanai, and fireplace are just
some of the upgrades! $157 900. Phyllis
Stalnes. 904-476-SOLD. RE/MAX Coastal
Real Estale.'www.pstaines.com
PONTE VEDRA -Seaside Community-
180 Crosscove Cir., 3BR/2BA, stucco
home, 1/2 mile to beach, 1716sf. +400sf
screened porch. 71'x122' lot. Built in '93.
$384,900. No realtors. (904)233-8208.
3 YEARS young beach home, 3BR/2BA
family room. den. office, large kitchen.
1993sf, master'suile w/walk in closet and
garden tub. alarm system, $479,000,
241-4434.
ATTENTION
INVESTORS
TWO TOWNHOUSES, 2BR/2BA, 1200sl
each With ADDITIONAL BUILDING LOT,
East of AlA, NEPTUNE BEACH.
$1,200,000. 246-8267
NEAR MAYO Clinic, off San Pablo
3BR/2BA. 2-car, remodeled $315.000. In-
dependent Brokers, 710-3111.
PONTE VEDRA, 3BR/2BA. beautiful, re.
modeled townhome on lake. End unit
$185.000. (904)424-0660


ATLANTIC SHORES
119 37th AVE. SOUTH
Newly renovated. 3BR/2BA, vaulted ceil-
ings, 50x123 lot. New roof, HVAC. Hard-
wood floors, new kitchen, all appliances.
2-car garage.
$795,000 536-8268
ATLANTIC, BEACH FSBO 5 Blocks to.
Ocean. 3BR/2.5BA, sunroom, fireplace,
lenced yard. carport, $380.000
1904)349-0529
NEPTUNE BEACH. 3BR/2BA. 1750sf.
hardwood floors, 4 blocks to Beacoi Lot
70'x100' 412 Souln Street. 5399,000
McGuire Mortgage, 246-9915.
ATLANTIC BEACH
3BR.3BA Enloy unique Beach home
Great investmenI 160 Magnolia Streel
$359,000. Help-U-Seli Marsn View R E
19041620-0144

INTRACOASTAL WEST BROADWATER
3643 Marsh View Dr Cusiom home
3BR'3 5BA bonus or 4th BR. -Ion wibal.
cony oveilook.ng pool and beaulilul
marsh 20 ceilings in FR. several custom
buili-ins Every upgrade you can inink oil
5629.900, 1904)465-4390
PONTE VEDRA TPC Sawgrass 1600st
enlarged,. palo, 2-car garage, newly re.
modeled $379,000. 285-0659.
FSBO. NEW Consiruction, 171h Ave
South, Jax Beach. Unique location, rex 10o
park with Oceanviews 3BR/3.5BA, 3
floors, with decks on 2nd & 3rd floors Too
many amenites to Include Buy now &
pick colors & llooring. Call (904-1472-4753
ask for David. $595 000. Completion in
July. Will co-op
FORMER ICI model waterfront home is
move-In ready. Immaculate 3BR'2.5BA,
has 2705sf w/spacious open family room
w/gas fireplace. formal dining, loh and in-
side laundry. Over $71.000 in upgrades
were included when this model was built
in 2000 Enlenain on either ol your two
screened lanais. open deck, and balcony
overlooking your private dock overlooking
the navigable waterfront. $889.000
Please contact. Phyllis Staines with
RE/MAX Coaslal Real Eslate at 904 476-
SOLD or visit: www.pstaines.com
3BR/2BA MOBILE Home with land. on
San Pablo Rd. $145,000. 333-2749.


PVB FAIRFIELD. 16355s. 3BR/2BA. Re-
modeled, lakeside townhome. Garage.
vaulted ceilings, lireplace. sunroom. gal.
ed, w/many amenities, FSBO. $335.000
273-0248 703-5773. -


MUST SELLI Atlantic Beach Goll,.waler
view, 3/2, pool $415.500 1555 Linkside
Dr. Pics @ htp://intoltube neli136118.
1251)327-8394
JAX BEACH 3BR,2BA, 2-car garage,
$331,000. 1045 N. 17th'St 1904)241-6922
www jaxbeachonline.com
FSBO INTRACOASTAL Walerway deep
water access. 3BRF2 5BA, 180051, 2 car
garage. newly remodeled, 2 Doal fths
(1-covered), $589,000. 463-0505
FSBO. 5 Blocks to Beach. As Is House 8
80'x115' lot 1126 5th Street Nonh. $299k,
553-7203.
ATLANTIC BEACH. 4BR/3BA. large, pri-
vale lot. 6 blocks to Ocean. $340.000.
Studio Oceanfront Condo, very small
great v.ew. $300,000. 270-2333.
FSBQ, 3569 Eunice Road, Isle ol Palms
$282,000. 1750sL., 3BR/2BA. completely
upgraded 2 car garage. (904;463-3793.
FSBO, N JAX BCH, 3BR!2BA. lenced
yard. New paint 'in/out., New carpel
CH&A $289,900 1904)509-2593
PVB- 3BR/2BA, newer lile.'consider lease
purchase.' $169.900. Owner/Agent.
463-7343..


SHANGRILA
Enchanted raised cottage on hidden la-
goon. Large 'lot, great interior, Jax Beach.
First $375,000, cash takes. FIRM.
249-1020 for appointment & escort to pri-
vate location.
SOUTHSIDE OFF Belfort. Brick home,
3BR 2BA, 1895sf, built 1987,many up-
grades. $292,500. Independent Brokers
710-3111. .
FSBO UNBELIEVABLE Price lor East of
A1A Terrific Iloor plan, 2093si Sunken
livinroom. 3BR, 58A office, down-
sinrs 2BR'iBA upsians. wlon. Vaulied
ceilings in greal room Fireplace in master
bedroomiliving room Rool 4vrs new
New kiicren appliances. $480.000
1904 610-3522


*
POOL HOME Updaled Ihree bedroom
Open itoorpian. Large mastei. Great en.
lenainmeni area- in and Out $319.900
*
LIKE NEW! 3-2 Bamboo lloorng. Fire-
place Two car garage Lois of Storage
Private yard. A ien, $332 900

BRICK BEAUTY Totallv and beaullliully
redone inree bedroom Hardwood floors
Screened porCh Large lencyd yard
$269.900

LOCATION AND POTENTIAL Juit live
blocks Irom waler s edge Almost 1.4 acie
o01 1473 square loot house. Opponuniry
to expand replace, or rehab $ 339,500

Seller will contribute $3.500 towards
closing cosi onall ol the above./
VanguardGMAC Realty, Joanne Doher-
ty 207-1299
*


GREAT LOCATION
in JAX BEACH
902 N. 4th St. The corner of 8th
and 4th. High visibility. Live on
one floor and have an office on
another. Zoned JRM-1. 62x100
lot. Great investment.
Call Donna (904) 305-3177












PABLO WOODS. 3,'2 2 car gar. wi Flonrda
room. Ig cul-de-sac loi Move in ready
$239,500.

Ponie Vedia 2,2 condo End unit- no one
above you Frpic.. vaulted ceilings, foiaily
remodeled. $331.500
Call Kirk Killebrew at 1904)463-1131
www kllebrewrealry.com
JAX BEACH 2BR.2BA. whrepiace,
WDHu, CH&A, 4 blocks o10 me ocean,
ground floor, handicap accessible,
$205,000 No Realiors please. Call
249-8214 For apple.


PONTE VEDRA. Ocean Links. 1st Floor,
1BR/1BA, screened porch, lagoon/golf
view, clubhouse, pool, exercise room.
FSBO. $180,000. 285-6440.
2BR/2BA, 3RD floor, Grand Reserve, Bay-
hill model, 1200sf., many upgrades.
$179,900, (904)472-9864.
SUMMERHOUSE AT Old Ponte Vedra,
S1BR'IBA 550st, tiled througnouT, new ap-
pliances. washer/dryer, AC, gated, ground
Iloor Goll course view, 5139,900.
1904 608-1730
PRIVATE BEACH Access. 2BR/2BA. lur-
nished. Ist lloor, lully renovated. Steps to
garage $235,000 537-4083


PVB OCEAN GROVE 2/2/+
Lakeview. Fireplace- Newl Save $14k this
week No condo lees 1 year. Into pics
727-458-4230. $218K FSBO. Must Seel
FSBO- PVB condo, 2BR 2BA w/ garage.
golicourse views. $225 19041806-1202.
I FURNISHED. I block from beach.
laundry Iree, pool, pets OK $950,mo.
477-46-40
VALENCIA CONDO. Jax Beacn/PVB.
New construction. 2BRi2BA. Concierge,
spa, pool San Marco style See at
www valenciacondos.com Asking
T.404,900 iDiscouniedi 904-616-7975
JAX BEACH. NEWER 2BR,2BA. Many
upgrades 1200si. 91 ceilings w/lans,
walk-in closely, kitchen appliances,
wasner.'dryer, terrace fireplace. garage.
Secunry system FSBO. $227,000.
246-8775.
PONTE VEDRA Bch, 1-1/2mile Irom
ocean. Grand Cay Villas, beautiful
2BR,'1BA. hardwood and ceramic Iloors.
screened patio, all the extras. $189,500.
18431338-3482.
JAX BEACH- Jardin, 3.'2, 1500sf garage
$253K OwnrBroker.' Broker Call Renee L.
Baron. inc .1904)242-2821
PVB GRAND Cay 2BR/1BA, .ALL NEWt
Maple cabinets, granite tops, hardwood
floors throughout. upgraded lixlures, stain-
less appliances preserve view, 3rd lloor
$209.900 Broker-owner 614.7777



HANNA PARK. Like new, 3BR/2BA sin-
gle, 121551. w/carponr. deck. all GE kitch-
en. CH&A. washer/dryer, new carpet.
Many upgrades Financing available. Re.
becca, 246-7684.


RENT VS. Own!I WhaL makes more
sense'" Brand new office condos, con-
creie consiruclion, at Ine beach, starting
ai $130 000 Lei us show you the differ-
ence You can own your own office Call
Mark ai The Dilwonn Realty Group of
Vanguard GMAC. 591-6976.


JAX BEACH 3 blocks w beach. 1BR/1BA,
WDHU, carpet, ceramic, lignt & bright
Must See! 325 15th Ave. N. #3. No smok-
ing. no pets. $600.'mo. Accent Properties,
1904)1721-7822.


WOLF CREEK. ICW, brand new 3BR/
2.5BA, garage, 1700st, clubhouse, pool,
lawn care .ncl., $1450/mo. Reallor owned
994-3608
WALK TO BEACH
2,1 Iownrhouse. W/D included, CH/A. ce-
ramic tile. approx. 900si..404 131n Ave S.,
Jax Bch No pets. $825/mo, $825/sec
dep 1904)343-9908
GORGEOUS 2BR/1BA beach cottage lo-
cated at 214 Soutn St Neptune Bch
Beautifully renovated to include: all new
kitchen Dath. carpeting, laundry room.
CH&A. and much' more. 'Fenced 'back
yard. storage garage. 1.5 block to beaph.
$1395'.mo., $1395 security deposit.. Aso-.
lulely no smoking,'no-pelsl.' 246,8911.


ATLANTIC BCH large 1 BR apt. dish-
washer, pool, near stores and bus,
$575/mo + deposit, no pets, nice place
to lIVe. 246-8537.
2BR 1.5BA two- story TH. Main St., AB.
$800/mo. 249-3432.
SAWGRASS COUNTRY CLUB, w/garage
Furnished 3BR/2.5BA, porch. Lease. No
,pets. 280-9018
JAX BEACH, East of 3rd. 3BR/1 BA apart-
ment. 2 1/2 blocks to ocean, washer/dryer.
CH&A. $1140/mo. 821-9751 or 803-3099.
i -1/2 BLOCKS i0Ocean, 1isAve Souln
1BR/1BA. $725/mo (904)891 06106.
.(352)478-2161
ATLANTIC BEACH. Main St. Duplex,
2BR/1BA, screened porch, fireplace,
WDHU, CH&A. $750/mo. (904)891-0606,
or (352)478-2161
ATLANTIC BEACH. Ground floor 1BR
private in-law suite in newer, upscale
nouse. Kitchen. living room dining area
washer/dryer. deck. carpon. central air.
ceiling lans. cable, HBO. alarm, cenirri
vac., no smoking. ulililies included. 300 h1
to beach. Small pel OK. $1050limo
19041607-1177
JAX BEACH 4 Blocks o10 Ocean
1BR/1BA Apanmeril. $5501mo 220 41r.
Street So. 1904)891-0606. 13521478-2161
JACKSONVILLE BEACH, 1 blK 1C. ocean
2BR IBA. $785,mo. (904i891-0606 ur
13521478-2161
OCEANVIEW
2BR,2BA apanmenl 1200si WDHL
CH&A. 1012 N isl SI. JB $13i0.im o.
280-7776.
2BR/1BA APT. JAX BEACH newly reno.
vaied w.washer' dryer, quiel area availa.
ble now $875mo e deposil. 201 r. 9in
Sl 246-9162j3#)
MOBILE HOMES. $500 to $550. on pr,
vale lols. Near Maypor Naval Station nni
dogs. 333-5579.
NEW COZY 1BR deck w'ocean uiew
CH&A. Water, sewer, garbage included
Credil check, No pels. $750/mo 514.4-8530
LARGE 1BR, excellent location. 2 block.
to Ocean, very clean No pels. $6751mo
642-1214, 241-1219.
ATLANTIC BEACH
Townhouse, steps to Town Cenier all
new inside, 2BR. WDHU, great paring
$1050/mo 280-2805
ATLANTIC BEACH. 1BR just steps t10
ocean! Corfvenient area $1000/mo All
Soutn Realty, 241.4141.

BEST DEAL
3BR/2BA mobile home. private 3.4 acre
lot New everything, convenient 10 beach
JTB, schools, shopping, much morei. .
$875/mo +$700'dep. Tom 616-3580
2BR 1.5BA townhome. beaches area par-
.. .ally furnished, $800/mo plus sec. dep
Cal 24,1-8508.
NEPTUNE BEACH. one block Ircm
ocean. Ehiciency. $600/mo include
some utilities 514-4229 aner 5pm


227 HOPKINS St, NB Lg 2BR 2BA. sc.
porch, washer/ dryer incl, $1100;'mo Per_
considered. 247-7550 of 612-8080

S. JAX BCH 2 & 3 BR APTS
CH/A. WDHU. East of Istl St $796
$1195/mo. 4151 Tradewinds. 4 BR wal r
Iront 51500/mo. 241-7368. 733-3730
NEWLY RENOVATED 2BR!1 5BA PVE,
condo End unit. in 5-star complex< L.ving.
room w/iirepiace, dining room. lully equip-
ped kitchen. wibrand new appliances in
eluding. washerd,ryer isi loor powder
room, 2BRilBA on 2nd Iloor w deck Oil
master bedroom Large closes. Small
pets permitted. $995'mo. Conlac Ronnie
at Explore Really email
explore123@bellsoulh nel or f904-i722
0909.


Jnhrlished .,<.BE A

!.Poite Vedra by the Sea-PV poch', 'oo'd deck on lagoon, bch'access. ".. NT renoated.new cet, lhN. tn
5BR/3.5BA, fabulous home, 3 car garage. $1500/mo. ile, replace, walk to shops, great amenities.
fenced backyard, screened porch. 1004 2nd Street NB 3BR/2BA home has IBRIIBA,.st floor. $850/mo
, $2950/mo. hardwiod floors, garage, Jacuzzi. fenced yard, IBR/IBA, Vrdla. $875/mo
t Therove PV 4BR/3BA, home on pri ate fireplace. $1450/mo. 2BR2BA, 1st floor. 1050/mo.
I lot w/preserve views, hardwood floors.'three Las Palmas PV 3BR/2BA w/new carpet, new 2BR/2BA. 2nd floor. $1195mo. '
car garage. $2700/mo. kitchen, garage, fresh paint. $1300/mo. ,2BR2BA Ma shed. $1495/mo.
5 Marsh View SPV 4BR/4BA. Oceanviews. Innlet Beach PV 2BR/2BA, home on lagoon. ms screened porsh Landing loors
tile floors. $2000/mo. screened porch. fresh paint, new tile & carpet, 2' BR/ e oor, Inacoastal iews.
, 4BR/4BA. End unit w/elevator. 2800 sqft. car garage. $1295/mo. $900/mo -
beach access, attached garage. $2200/mo. Furnished Homes 2BR/2BA. 1st floor, lake views.-5995/mo.
* Summerfield PV 3BR/2BA, spacious home The Colony PV 2BR/2BA ground floor, garage, 3BR/2BA. 1st floor, end unit. $1285/mo.
' in walking distance to schools & beach. $2200/ fireplace, east of Al A. $1500/mo. Villas at Marsh Landing JB
mo. Ocean Grande SPV 3BR/3BA. Condo, Fireplace., screened porch
114' 18th Ave N JB 3BR/3.5BA. newer luxuriously furnished, screened porch. across from IBR/P'BA, 2nd floor garage. $875/mo
; townhouse w/balconies, one car garage, ocean. $3000/mo. 2BR/2BA, Ist floor, garage. $1100/mo.
; fireplace. $1975/mo. Intracoastal West Ocean Links PV
o Vilano Walk SPV 4BR/3.5BA, newer two Avanti Kernan IBR/IBA., 2nd floor w/screened 2BR/2BA, ground floor. $1100/mo.
storv, across from ocean, light & bright, garage. porch. $850/mo. 2BR/2BA, condo has'garage, fireplace, porch,
'$1800/mo. 2BR/2BA. 2nd floor condo, all appliances, great golf course views. $1200/mo '
, 38 17th Street AB 3BR/2.5BA, townhouse, amenities. $945/mo. Gyand Cay Villas PV
e1/2 blocktoocean,quiet neighborhood,pnvate The Seasons Kensington Kernan 2BR/ 2BR/2BA, 2n floor, fireplace, tile floors,.
2 paio, remodeled. $1800/mo. 1.5BA, two story, end unit. tiled screened porch, garage. $1100/mo.
; Quail Point PV 3BR/3BA. Home has comm. pool. $995/mo.
screened porch, decks, wood floors, golf course Montreux Touchton 2BR/2BA, ground floor RE/MAX COASTAL REAL ESTATE
' views. $1700/mo. condo. screened porch on lake, lght and bright. rJS Shannon Smith
0, L'atrium PV 3BR/2BA SFH. porch $1100/mo.' 'W (904)285-5640
. w/jacuzzi, lake view, fireplace, comm. pool. Unfurnished Condos www.rentthebeaches.com
' garage. $1600/mo.

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NEPTUNE BCH. near ocean. Clean. nice WATERFRONT RENTAL 2BR/2BA
1BR apt w/ garden alrium $750/mo. Townhouse. $850/mo. 1 mile west of May-
Avail. soon spacious 2BR. 247-1417. port ferry. 733-5225, 241-RENT.


JAX BEACH townhouse. 187 South 8th
Ave. 2 blocks to Ocean, 2BR/2.5BA,
1500sf, 1-car garage, no pets. $1350/mo.
223-9789.,
JAX BEACHFRONT.2BR condo, no lease,
pet negotiable, $1300/mo., 673-1550.
OCEANVIEW
UPSTAIRS 1BR/1BA. 1016 North 1st St.
Jax. Beach. $825/mo 280-7776.
JAX BEACH EFFICIENCY. 20 Steps to
Beach, almost Oceanfront. Available im-
mediately. $625/mo.+ security, includes
water/sewer. 349-2803.
NORTH JAX BEACH. 302 4th Ave: North.
2BR/1BA,. totally renovated new carpel,
-tile. 1100s. washer/dryer Greal location.
-$975/mo. includes water & hoi water
434-4499. .
OCEANFRONT TOWNHOME. Totally
renovated New kilcnen & baths 1739 1SI
Streel Norin, Ja> Beach 2BR/3 5BA.
3 large Ocearlioni decks, 1-car garage
$2500/furnished; $2200/unlurnished
(904)614-1639 .
JAX BEACH Townhome 3BR/2.5BA,
2100s(, wrappliances 832 9in Ave. South,
Available June I1+. $15491mc. 993-9601
for appt.


INTRACOASTAL WEST- 3BR/2BA home
in Villages of Pablol Comm. pool, tennis &
more. $1200/mo. All South Realty, 241-
4141.


JAX BEACH, 2BH/1BA, i BlOCKS to
'OCEAN, CH&A, $850/mo.401 South 2nd PONTE VEDRA 1 block to Ocean. Ocean
Street. 616-2871. breezes, 4BR/3BA, 2-car+ bonus,
tt $2500/mo. 707-7000.


JAX BEACH 1 block to ocean, fabulous
remodeled 2BR CH/A, no dogs, $895/mo.
731-8777. ..
NEP BCH, east of 3rd. Huge 2/2, ceramic
tile, porch, fenced yard, parking for four,
WDHU, CH/A. $985/mo+ sec. 247-3191.
PONTE VEDRA. Spacious 3BR/2BA
Townhouse, wood floors. Quiet, secure
neighborhood, close to Beaches, shop-
ping, JTB. $1085/mo. Call 285-7162.
JAX BCH, OCEANVIEW
2BR/1BA, upper apartment, 101 South
16th Ave. $975/mo. No dogs. Security de-
posii $500 Broker/ Owner, 249-8766.
ATLANTIC BEACH. Studio garage apt.
near ocean! No petsl $675/mo. All South
Realry.241-4141 .
OCEAN FRONT OCEANS 14), 2BR/2BA
Condo,. 5ih.lloor, wood floors, beautiful
place and view. underground parking,
pool, siorage. secure building, $1500 mrno
plus deposit Sublening Irom May 1si 10o
November 11s Call Jim 19041687-8204.
JAX BEACH 2BR/1BA. CH&A, carpeted.
painled, WDHU. no pels 246-0576.


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5160(1 67 Fisherman Coe Punte \cdra/Sa gras CC 2/2 1450
$1600 160-4 Ocean Pond Coun iA: Beach 3/2 5 1657
$1675 91) Cat Road Ponie \edra/Sawgra 3/2 1800
$1675 337 Charlemagne Fiddler s Marsh/PV 3/2 1650
$1700 444-l Pebblebrook Dnve I.JRjiArt,-.C.. Gle n Kirrtn 3/2 1860
$2000 1-13 Lit th..,ue P.:.inie Lanc Ja\ Beach 3/3 2144
$2000 2001 Wmndlammer Ln South Poone Vedra 3/3 5 + ofc 3009
12200 637 Bonauire Circle Ja\ Beach/Ocean Ca) 4/2 2194
$2200 529 Suumer Dn'e Ponte Vedra 3/2.5 2900
$2200 534 Mlorningside Dne Ponie Vedra 4/2 5 2400
$2300 109 Gardenia Avenue Ponte Vedra/Fairfield 4/2 2400
$2300 3565 Bay Island Circle Jax, Beach/Ocean Ca\ 3/2.5+loft 2500
$23K00 211 Muta \ista Jax/Intracoastal 31 1850
$2600 9910 Presion Tradl P.-.ne \cdrj/S.argras, CC 3/2.5 2900
$2700 S06 letropoinan Jax\ Beach 3/2 1756
$2900 1316 Turnie Dunes Ct South Ponie Vedra 5/4 3800
$3000 4-OS Berkman Plaza laIDowntnikn Ri\erfroni 2/2+lohf 2100
$3200 1N07i Hunilel.Manor Dr la.\ Golf & Counutr Club 5/4 3764


The Fountainm
Beach Club Villas
,111 (i"fk '.i \..J.iS'PEr A)id.


$1l]( i/i k The Reteat
52000( \ tLa Del Mar
$2400 17" A'e North v /pool
52400 Beach House Condo
$2-100 -1444 La Resere Cucle
$2500 117 Deer Cove Dnne
$5250i0,'v. k 72 Oceanfromn
$2600 534 Morning.ide Dn'e
$2700' I.k 2824 Coasial Hv .,

$3000 562 Ponte Vedra Blvd
$3500 The Cloioter
5.3600 191 12' Street 3mo inin
$3900!.v.k 347 Ponie Vedra Bid
$40X) l40S Berk-man Plaza
$5500 19 I Beach Ac :, rrin mman


ATLANTIC BEACH. 2 blocks to ocean
and iown center 2BR'3BA Iownhome
New appliances. ile hardwood and car-
pel. electric fireplace. 1800si.. perfect
condition, no pels $1750,mo .deposil,
includes ulitries and yard service. 312 2nd
Street. Call 591-4349
HAMPTON SOUTH Si John's County
SNew home. 4BR,2BA on lake and goll
course, all appliances, washer'dryer
Blinds granite counter lops Community
amenities 1165 Garrison Drive.
$1600 mo. Really Executives 273-3939.
610-6460.
ATLANTIC BEACH Wesl. 32. AG.
WDHU, lenced yard. no pets $1050,mo
plus dep Avail. May 1si 249-4159 or
334-0563
ATLANTIC BEACH COTTAGE. aalIl 5.1,
2BR 3BA -office, sunroom 2 5 blocks o10
beach. 6 blocks to10 town center Furnished.'
unfurnished $2300.mo 241-0493
SAWGRASS TPC Charming 2BR!2BA,
1200sl. VERY CLEAN. lovely yard
w.deck TPC amenilies. incl lawn svc.
$1 h100 1904)220-7031
ATLANTIC BEACH. 3BRilBA. 1000sl
1350 Tulip. CH&A, 0.5 acre marshvlew lot.
oels OK $975,mo 1904)635-6081


Ponte Vedra 3/2 1700
Sav gtass Beach Club Eft 600
S Ponte Vedra 4/2.5 2100
Ponie Vedra/Oceanfront 2/2 1600
la.\ Beach/Oceanside 3/2 1700
Ja, Beach 3/1.5 1500
Ponte Vedra BlId. 3/2 1700
Ponte Vedra/L'Atrium 2/2--office 1600
Marsh Landing 4/2.5 2000
Ncptune Bjchi'Oceanfromn 3/2.5 itdir:r. Ti,2600
Ponie Vedra 4,-2.5 2400
Vilano BeachiOceanfront 6/4 4000
I \ ilano BeachmOceianfroni 312 2000
Ponie \edra 3/1.5 1500
Atlantic Beach 3/2 2000
SAtlantic Beach 4/3 2600
Oceanfroni/Pool 3/3.5 2600'
Ja.,/D n:.rto,,in RJvertroni 2/2+loft 2100
i Atlantic Beach 3/3 2400


ATLANTIC BEACH 330 First St Newly
Remodeled 4BRQ3BA 2-blocks to Ocean
& Town Center $1750,mo 249-0767,
318-0044
PVB, EAST ol AlA. 3i2 5. very clean, prl.
vale backyard wrheated pool and spa.
$2150/mo 280-5707.
PONTE VEDRA Beach, Sawgrass.
TPC. 3BR'2BA, lence, lireptace.
washer 'dryer, garage, pels OK.
$1350 mo 16781488-4595., 1770)592-5343
JAX BEACH Soulh 822 141h Ave. Com-
plelely remodeled. 3BR/2BA. CH&A.
washerdryer No pels. $1300.'mo.
246-0478
SOUTH JAX Beachn 1 block to ocean.
cule, clean 3BR,2BA, garage, screened
porch, 115 33rd Ave South. $15C00,mo.
705-3122


SOUTH JAX Beach 3BR, 15BA Car-
portn, fenced Available 4,'15 New carpel,
Ille, cabinets. balh, fixtures CH/A WDHU,
$1 550'mrro. deposit 398-0232
PVB SAWGRASS Country Club. INorlh-
gale) 2BR.2BA + den & 2 car garage, wa-
ler lo goll view $1700/mo (9041514-7150
EAST OF 1st St 2BR/1BA, office, 2 car.
garage. Ocean Views WDHU, DW. 111:
Palm PI., Nept. Bch. 247-6724, 382-8259,
$1500/mo:


ATLANTIC BEACH 1/2 mile to ocean-
3BR/2BA, all hardwood floors, large back
yard, $1400/mo., no smoking, no pets.
372-0742.
PONTE VEDRA- East of A1A., 3/2, +of-
fice, .2000sf.,' 2 car garage. Courtyard
pool, lawn/pool service included. Pets OK.
$1900/mo. Avail mid-May. (904)703-0242.'


OCEANFRONT. JAX Bch, 2.2, furnished
beautiful views. 5th Floor. $1750/mo. 1mo.
minimum. 571-6678.
SPINNAKER 1BR/1BA, elegantly furnish-
ed, steps to ocean, garage, $1800/mo.
708-4022.
PONTE, VEDRA Summer House. New
2BR/2BA. 5 star amenities. Great location!
Bottom floor, unit. $1100/mo. +deposit.
838-9400.
PVB -MARSH COVE. A perfect'
2BR/2.5BA TH. W/D,' ,FP, amenities,
1200sf. $1095/mo. 635-6375.
PVB 2BR/2BA newly remodeled, five
star, golfcourse, fireplace, $1095/mo.
864-2440.


NEPTUNE BEACH. 3 -Blocks to Ocean.
3BR/1BA, washer/dryer plus lawn service. PVB. SUMMERHOUSE CONDOS,
$1450/mo.+ deposit. 270-0499. 1BR/1BA. Fireplace, pool, porter service.
NWEST 'BEACHE. 1276 Bmad Winn $800/mo. Call (904)616-7975.
lA/COT ~ ~ 4CAnC .1-f rtr \/r *


4BR/2BA, executive brick home.
$1395/mo. VIP Realty 962-6190.
INTRACOASTAL WEST- 3BR/2BA home
w/garage on quiet cul-de-sac. $1150/mo.
All South, Realty, 241-4141." .' .
INTRACOASTAL WEST- Spacious
3BR'3BA home w.bonus room .,on lake in
Marsh Sound! Comm pool $1975'mo
All Soulh Reaity. 241-4141
PONTE VEDRA BEACH
125 Bluefish, Dolphin Cove. 3BR 2BA.
1-car:garage, fence, $1250/mo. Security
deposit equals 1/2 rent. Includes lawn
service BrokerOwner. 249-8766


BEACHES 4BR.'3BA+ bonus room 5BR).
Former model nome wrri, many upgrades.
in Pablo Bay, oh San Pablo Like rnew ADb
solutely gorgeous. 'Over 3000sf. Hard-
wood floors, central vac, intercom, closed
lanai, club. hose, tennis, pools. Asking
$2200'mo Available immediately Don'i
lose Ihs opponunity Call 19041403-1998
NORTH JAX Beach. Charming 3BR.2BA.
nice neighborhood $1250'io + deposl
241-2952.
ICW WATERFRONT
TASTEFULLY FURNISHED
boar lih, dock. deck. pool 4 3 *w home
gym pool table. W'D huge Florida room.
mohrer-in-law suite Beauliiul landscape
$3400rrmo ncl pool & yard mani
223-6850.


PVB SUMMERHOUSE, 1BR, 1BA. All re-
sort amenities. Walk to the beach. Owner
will sell or rent, and. finance.
(904)379-3495 call for details.
PONTE VEDRA Beauilul 3BR.2BA in
Grand Cay. $300 OFF 1ST MONTH
$1300/mo w/option to buy 280-5170, 616-
5274
PONTE VEDRA, Summer House, 1BR. all
new. w'pool tlness, spa. concierge, many
amenities $875,mo Pets welcome.
(904)448-5591.
OCEAN GROVE. 3/2. garage, all ameni-
ties. $1700,;mo. Call |4141202-9598
OCEANFRONT GREAT view. sludlo
$1800'mo, dep. 2-17.2333



OCEANFRONT RENTAL
4BR/4BA, 'weekly, monthly. yearly Call
904.249-8269
OCEANFRONT CONDOS & Beach
homes Weekly monthly. Visil us at
jaxbeacnrenial corn or 535.3911 or
535-3828.
OCEANFRONT 1 or 2BR lurnisned con.r
dos, weekly or monthly. 19041463-7343
OCEANFRONT- FURNISHED & unfur
rushed romes & condos' From $500 per
week! All Souln Realty 241-4141.


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JAX BEACH, 3BR.2BA. in quiel neigrnbor- ATL BCH 3BR house Deaulifully lurnish-
hood $1i0.mo All South Realry. ed. walk 10 ocean $1650 mc. 993-3226
2-11-4141. EF MVERS BEACH. DDR.'OA hnro.


3BR 28A 1-siory nouse. 1850si. w 2BR
1BA garage unit CH A. WDHU. oblnds,
carpet. ig Florida room carpon.p I, iarO.
$2000'mo. $1000.'dep 347 3rd Si All
Bch. 241-2624
JAX BEACH 3BR/2 58A newly renovairsd
Townnouse. lenced yard. $1250'mc D.
mension One Mgi 642-1759, 635-2488
PONTE VEDRA Beach, Doiprin Cove,
7 Cobia Si 2BR/2BA. large lenced yard
$1100/mo. +$1100idep No smoking, rNoc
pets 285-2302.
NEPTUNE BEACH LARGE HOUSE 3-4
Bedrooms. 30Ht Io Ocean Panialiy lur.
nished/or not, no dogs, $2300/mo waler
included. 1904)249-3419, (904)463-0222.
JAX BEACH, 3BR/1BA, close to ocean
$1095omo. All South Realty, 241-4141
NEPTUNE BEACH. 3BR.2BA. 1839 Lee.
ward Lane $1250/mo includes lawncare
249-9387.
ATLANTIC BEACH. 3BR 2BA home lusl
blocks 10 beacri $1550'mo. All South Re.
alty. 241-4141
JAX BEACH. 1036 141h Ave. Nonn
4BR.2BA ceramic 1lwe WDHU $1l350imo.
246-3482
ATLANTIC BEACH
3BR'2BA hardwood floors. 8 houses lrcm
Sie beach. $1700.mo Sieve 246-9915
OLD ATLANTIC Bchn 3 1 walk to beach
Town Center, renovated $1280-mo in.
cludes waler 904-704-1828
BEACH & SAN'PABLO. 14284 SATIN-
WOOD DRIVE. 2BR/2BA. NO PETS.
$1095/MO. 241-1103 OR 514-5449.


PVB. SUMMERHOUSE cor.do. 2.2. all
new. beautiully renovated, lakevview, tam.
boo Iloors, crown moulding. 5 slar amen,
lies WiD. fireplace NoI pel. no sm.jking.
$1200imo long term 18131789-7075
PVB -THE Colony Walk 1o beach. owner
motivated, 2BR'2BA, 2nd Iloor hign ceil-
ings new carpel, WD FP, garage
Avail immed $119p5mo Jane1 635-6375
OCEAN FRONT OCEANS 14). 2BR.2BA
Condo, 5in-lloor wood floors, beauhlul
place and view underground parking
pool. storage, secure ouiiding. $1500.mo
plus deposit Sublening from May Ist to
November 151. Call Jim 1904)687-82i:14.
PVB- SUMMER House luxurious 2BR
2BA end unit Brand new, 5slar ameni-
lies. beachside 41h month Iree 318-9114
PVB -SUMMERHOUSE. Early Move-in-
Free Rent- Bener Deal 2BR.'2BA corner
unl. 2nd floor TH W'D FP amenities
Avail now $1225/mo Janel 635-6385
PVB. Ocean Grove Beach access All
,new 2BR/2BA, downslair. includes
garage On Lake. Must rent $1100/mo.
9041251-5370 ... .
OCEANFRONT
ATLANTIC BEACH Clo.sler Condo
3BR 2BA 1900fl. all amenities, all applih
ances including wasner.dryer 219-2481
OCEANFRONT Jll Seascape, 3BR.2BA.
w 52 balcony. $1900'mc. 733-4095.
854-0030. 708-0905
PONTE VEDRA, Ocean Links, 2BR 2BA.
1S1 floor. all amenrilles $1100.mo.
19041728-2003
PONTE VEDRA Brand new 2BR'2BA.
end unit. ground loo1. 5-star amen,-
lies. fireplace, washer'dryer. $1100,mo
887-1959


* pool, spaw waierlall and lanai Fenced
in vard 419-872-1231
FLORIDA KEYS. 17 miles from Key West.
2BR.2BA canal nome w'privacy lence.
419-872-1231
S JAX Bch 2BR. lully lurnished ocean-
froni condo. Monirly' Weekly. 241-0267.
w* renillacksorn liebeacn corn


ROOMMATE. KERNAN.'ATLANTIC Nice
3BR.2BA house. washerdryer. $495'mo
includes ,Jililesicable 210-7372,
568-2157
ROOMMATE FOR 3BR286A. jax Beach
$550/mo* depos i includes utilities
19041249-1890
NICE HOME On the waler. wpool. dock
$700'mo.+ dep. Available now. 859-4473


FURNISHED BEDROOM, close 1o beacr,
$,450imo irist and last,. includes all
534-3336
FEMALE SEEKING roommate to share
nice house, unrurnisned $100,wk lurn.sh.
ed $125,wk +.13 utlities. Relerences No
pets. 221-5939.
EXCLUSIVE MIRAVISTA, Atlanli.: Blvd @
Ihe Iniracoaslal Waierway 3.4BR. 3.5BA.
approximately 2700sl Resorl'sryle Ic ling
live among millionaires! Looking lor 2
roommates 1 @ $800'mo 8 1 *,
51000imo. with a master sule. includes
all utilities, cable pool spa nealin club
Marina Walk. galed community water.
marsh and marina views Available now
40' Dboal slip also available Call now
463-2845.
ATLANTIC BEACH 2nd floor., spacious
.manL r bedroom suLe i!n Aouvjc Gardens
Toiwnr, one Prnaie bair. 2 clo:ei-
one walk-In $610rn o includes all ulities'
cable and iniernei. Available 5/1. Call,
19041874-0379


ADORABLE AKC Englisn Bulldog Pups
iChampion sirel Ready 4l1906
502-4928
FEMALE BOXER. 7 monolhs old. shoils
and house broken $375. 703-8646
AMERICAN PIT bull while female puppy
w black eye. $100. 534-3336
AMERICAN PIT Bull Puppies, blue,' red
mixed Please call 904-247-6566 lor in-
quiries
BLACK Lab pup., male. $100 534--3336

-'I
FOUND. MALE Black Cal. on Allanuc
Bivd 'Iniraccasial bridge Very sweet.
canr, keep him please heip!. ,?218.130
.OlTl.E-L-SS PETS .ior.ad3opho0- Cait ,
dogs 246-3600


NICE 4,'BR house w'pool and lenced back WHY DIDN'T YOU CALL? Plese nr
yard $600/mo Includes utlities and satel- r y'Tae
lie TV 568.8700. anoIter 26 years


N ATLANTIC Beach,' Spectacular Ocean-
Ironl THE BLUFFS. SHARE huge 2500si
luxurious in-level condo Furnished 3
deCKs private garden & entries, garage
prkg. Huge pool. wooded & secluded"
$1200-mio incd el, until cable, wireless
nerworking. 12 mos lease. Will consider
shon term ,iancr rent Avail. June I or
sooner 716-4232
MAYPORT AREA (tly ol Assisi). furnisr,-
ed, deposit refs 5$115/wk 372-4265
ADORABLE NEPT. Bch home roommate
One block 10 ocean Pfvi 1/1 5600/mo
incl H20. elect. No pelsl Call 904-568.
4323 Avail nowr



TWO LAWYERS oli,:es. new. upscale.
snared space. Ig cont. room, etc inci
electricity, security. $1250,mo. or
$850;mo email
sicnune, ilortunelegal cornm
JAX BEACA. 1000s1, excellent local.on,
oh Beach Blvd $917rmo 246-0444,
280-9407.' .
OFFICE/RETAIL, Jax Beach 400sl or
800si 3rd Sireet ironiage 246-0576


OWN YOUR own office sp
barge w,'5 bull in work stations
Palm Cove Marina. Grear la
$65 000 OBO. Call Guy at 904-
SOUTH JAX Beach, 500si
new carpel. $962/mo,. utillie
3R4.R 151thAv nSouth 241-32


TPC SAWGRASS, 3BR'2 5BA condo.
1 car garage. gaied community PV 600SF Oflice Space ava
$1500,mo. 285-4618. 1st 5800'rno.v lax. No leasE
^, ,'r,,,, ., ,, ,, -,.n D^ 1904)285-3107 or 699-8395


BEAUTIFUL CONLOIU in PVB 2,R 2 5BA,
great view, new appliances. $1200mo
Visi webshie ww*.geocities com'pvb05
19041686-0068.
PVB- THE Belleza. 1BR 1BA. luxury
amenities, gym & planning bed, $850-mo
Call 318-9114
PVB 1BR IBA, iplc 1 cr gar, iree cable.
comm. pool. $950'mo. 545-3156
THE PALIvIS 1BR1iBA. many upgrades,
near tennis & pool privale wetlands ,iew
washeridryer. $875'mo Garage available
803-2806
JAX BEACH, Awesome Oceanfront. 6th
iloor 3BR/2BA. All appliances, tile, pool.'
No pels, $1700!mo 1727)686-1708. .
THE VILLAS 2BR.'2BA, garage. porch,
ground, floor .'pool. etc. $1050/mo.
WITH 1YR LEASE, LAST MONTH FREE.
.'233-3545. .
PVB 2BR,2BA wtireplace. new applian-
ces. washerdryer many amenies.
$950/mo 472-0914.
EXCLUSIVE MIRAVISTA, Atlantic Blvd @
Ihe Inlracoaslal Waterway 3.4BR, 3 5BA,
approximately 2700sf rnmarina view. Re-
son sryle living live among millionairesl
$2500/mo. includes 1-car garage, water,
sewer, cable, pool, spa, clubhouse, health
club, Marina Walk, gated community
w;water Marsh and marina views. Availa-
ble April 40' boar slip also' available. Call
now 463-2845
PVB -SUMMERHOUSE 2BR. Corner
unit. goll view, lake. all amenities Every-
ihing new $1145imo Janel 285-4444


JACKSONVILLE BEACH. Wai
lease. 3629sl Ofihce included
ing lot, beachnsde ol i
17701929-1721. 16781525-0854
OUTDOOR PAVILLION in P
for special events. lull kilchne
rooms Greal lor graduation pa
wings & family reunions. Call 285
ATLANTIC BEACH. Free sian
commercial/ retail building, sho
cdal lot & warehouse space.
$500.mo Free rent (9041514-1
3500SF COMMERCIAL Buil
construction, avail soon. 514-1


FREE TO good home.. Loving,
male; neutered, hoOsebroken
327-8496.
FREE TO good home- 9mos
mix. lemale. greal personality,
male. 465-7179.


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AUCTION NOTICE
A1A SELF Slorage will hold a public auc-
lion ai 1040 AlA Hignway Nortn, Ponre
Veara Beach. FL 32082 on April 19. 2006
al 12.00 noon The conienis of ihe lollow-
ing slorage units will be auctioned individ.
ually i, Ihe hignesl bidder: Uni 623S Hill's
Lawn Service; PK45 Hill's Lawn Service;
UnaI 519S Blake Carilners; Unil 384J B'ev-
erly Barbero unit 231E Valerie Dalbey.
Winning bidders music pay by cash imme-
diaiely oilowingn he auction
BL4/5. 412. .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DUVAL COUNT/. FLORIDA
i PROBATE DIVISION

IN RE: ESTATE OF
EUGENE MARSH DOBSON: "
Deceased.
rFlLE NQO. 2006CP0612
DIVISION: PR-A


NOTICE TO CREDITORS


x write o1 The administration, ot me eslate ol EU-
-614-7740. "GENE MARSH DOBSON, deceased.
new paint whose date of death was February
s included, 3 2006. is pending in Ine Circuil Court lor
93 DUVAL Courly Florida, Probale Division,
the address ol which is 330 E. Bavy Street,
ailable May Jacksonville FL 32202 Tne names and
,a. no fees. addresses o01 the personal and Ihe personal representative's anorney
are set orhin below.
. All creditors ol the decedenl and other
persons having claims or demands
rehouse for against decedents estate on whom a
Large park- cope ol Inhs notice is required to be served
niracoasial. musil lie Ihe.r claims wlh Ihis court WITH-
IN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
onte Vedra OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER
n and resi- THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
irles, meel- THIS NOTICE ON THEM. "
5. 5347 All other creditors of the decedent and
ding office/ other persons having claims or demands
p. commer. against the decedent's. estate must file
Starting at 'their claims with this Court WITHIN 3
1090 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ding. New ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE
090. TIME 'PERIODS SET FORTH IN SEC-
TION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROV-
-- REBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER BAR-
* -.--- II RED.
red Dobie, NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PE-
i. All shots RIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM
FILED TWO (2) YEARD OR MORE AF-
TER THE DECEDENTS DATE OF
old .ik lam DEATH IS BARRED., .
luupy


WHAT KIND of Iraining are you looking
lor' We are now offering Puppy 101 and
Basic obedience classes, plus all levels of
Ag dry CGC classes are iFree). Near
Claig Air Field Call us @ "Actions Dog
Training -Day & Nght Center 642-1782
CAT NEEDS quiel home responsible com-
panion. Indoor cat only Vaccinations.
spayed, single cai home. 1lyrs old Des-
parate circumstances needs safe home.,
Call 285-1267.


4 MILES from ocean, brand new, 3/2 con-
do, pool view. $1200/mo. 1/2 mo. free PET SITTING at your home, walk and
rent. Call 994-1329. bath. Sara 241-3627.


OCEANFRONT CONDO. 2BR/2BA,
Ocean 14, Jax Beach, unit #502. Garage,
storage, no pets. $1500/mo.+ deposit.,
334-2737.
PVB- BELLEZA, 2BR/2BA, 2 avail
$1175/mo. and. $1275/ma ihci garage.
Resort Style Living, (904)502-6160
PVB GRAND CAY Villas, 2/2;, upper,'
screened deck off LR, washer/ dryer, gat-
ed comm., comm.. pool. TDO Manage-
ment Svc. 246-1125.


FREE TERRIER, moving must find good
home for family pet. 223-9166, 234-2692.
FREE TO good home, Australian Shep-
herd/ Chow mix, mini-Beethoven, male,
about 55 Ibs, needs yard. 534-3336.


PARROT/ BLACK-HEADED Claque, 5ft.
cage, all toys. Very friendly and playful.
Shots, m/chip. 10 mo. old. $1400 cash.
866-3612.


The date of the first publication of this No-
tice is April 12th, 2006.
Attorney for Personal Representative
/s/L.E. TAYLOR
Attorney for LARRY L. DOBSON
Fl6rida Bar No. 134867
L.E. TAYLOR P.A.
P.O. Box 490208
Leesburg, Florida 34749-0208
Telephone: (352)787-1440
Personal Representative
/s/LARRY L. DOBSON
3315 Flagship Avenue ,
Tavares, Florida 32778

BL 04/12,04/19/06

PUBLIC NOTICE
WORKSHOP MEETING
CITY OF NEPTUNE BEACH
Notice Is hereby given that a WORK-
SHOP MEETING of the City Council of


ine Cirv ol Nepiune Beac. Florida will be
neid on April 17. 2006. al 7:00 p.m., in
he Council Chambers. 116 First Street
Neplune Beach. Florida

II a person ecodes to appeal any
decision made by ihe Councl with
respect io any maner considered ai such
meeiing or hearing the person will need a
record ol. ire proceedings and ior such
purpose may need to ensure inai a
verbatim record 01 iTe proceedings is
made, whicn record includes the
leslimony and evidence upon which the
appeal is io be based.
In accordance wilh me Americans Wilh
DisaDtiures AcI and Seclion 2e6.26 Flori-
,-a Slalule peesor.s wrih disabdlies need-
ing. special ac-corn-modaonr, to panicipale
in These weil.ngs should contact ire Ciry
Clerk's Oli'ce no later iran 5 00 p m me
day or ire meeting
Lisa Volpe. CMC
City Clerk
BL 4'12/06

NOTICE OF SALE
The following vehicles) will be sold al
public auction. per FI Siai 713.585 at
10:00 AM on April 28. 2006 at Lenor's ad-
dress 10 salisry a lien against said
veniclels) tar labor services and slorage
charges. No lilies, as is, cash only.
2002 Mercedes E55 4D
VIN WDBJF74J92B444868
Owner Paula L Giorgalls
683 Havwks Trace Dr, Jacksonville FL
32225
Lienholder. Daimler Crirysier Srvcs NA
PO Box 685 Roanoke TX 76262
Cash sum o10 redeem vehicle. 5 8064 50
Lenor. Precision Frame & Carriage
Works
56 Jackson Rd. Jacksonville FL 32225
Prorne 904-641-.7038
Notice iO owner or lienholder that ne nas a
right to a hearing any time prior to sale
date by ling wlh The clerk oft he coun.
Owner has ine righl to recover vehicle by
posting bond in accordance wir, Fl Sial
559917. Net proceeds irom sale in ex-
cess o0 amount claimed by Iienor will be
deposited win Ine clerk ol the coun. In.
lerested panics, coniaci Sitale Filing
Service Inc 1772) 595-9555.
BL 4,.12'06

PUBLIC NOTICE
The Board or Adiuslment for Ihe City of
Jacksonville Beach, Florida will meet and
hold public hearings or Tuesday, May 2,
2006 al 7:00 p.m. in the Council Cham-
bers, located at 11 North 3rd Street,
Jacksonville Beach to consider the tol.
lowing valiance applications
BOA 06-100078 City of Jacksonville
Beach Land Development Code Sec-
tion: 34-337 iei 1) e, lor 40.% lot coverage
in lieu of 351' maximum to allow for a
swimming pool addition to10 a single-lamily
dwelling. for property located at 1204
Nonh 21st Street. more specifically. Lot
6 and the Soulh 20 leei ol Lol 5, Block 23.
Jacksonville Beach. Secntion -A".

BOA 06-100079 City of Jacksonville
Beach Land Development Code Sec-
tion: 34-336 (e)(1) e, for 44% lot coverage
in lieu of 35% maximum to allow for a
swimming pool addition to a single-family
dwelling, for property located at 140
South 30th Avenue, more specifically,
Lot 5, Block 8, Atlantic Shores, Division
"B'. .
A copy of the above referenced applica-
tion(s) is available forreview in the office
of the Planning and Development Depart-
ment, 11 North 3rd Street, dUring normal
business hours (M-F, 8a-5p).
Board of Adjustment.
City of Jacksonville Beach

NOTICE
If a person decides to appeal any. decision
by the Board ol Adjustment with respect to
any matter considered at any meeting,
such person' may need a record of the
proceedings,: and, for such purpose, such
person may need to ensure that a verba-
tim record of the proceedings is made,
which record includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal is to be
based.
The public is encouraged to speak on is-
sues on this Agenda that concern them.
Anyone who wishes to speak should sub-
mit the request to the recording secretary
prior to.the beginning of the-meeting.
In accordance with the Americans with
Disabilities Act and Section 286.26, Flori-
da Statutes, persons with disabilities
needing special accommodation to partici-
pate in this meeting should contact the
planning and Development Department
no-later than 5:00 p.m. on the day preced-
ing the meeting.
BL 4/12/06


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IN THE CHANCERY COURT
ADAMS COUNTY, MISSIS


IT OF
SIPPI


ANNE CAMPBELL HARRISS
PLAINTIFF
,VS. .
DURWARD 'EDWARD BROWN IV
DEFENDANT
pC.# 2006-93
SUMMONS
THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI
TO: Durward Edward Brown IV
You have been made a Defendant
in the suit iled in thInis Court by Anne
Campbell Harris, Plaintiff, seeking a di-
vorce. Defendants other than you In this
action are none.
You are required to mail or hand
deliver a written response to the Com-
plaint liled against you In this action to
Scott J. Piniard, attorney for Plaintiff,
whose post office address Is Post Office
Box 1065, Nalchez, Mississippi 39121,
and whose street address is 207 South
Commerce Street, Natchez, Mississippi
39120.
YOUR RESPONSE MUST BE
MAILED OR DELIVERED NOT LATER
THAN THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE 12th
DAY OF APRIL. 2006. WHICH IS THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS SUMMONS. IF YOUR RESPONSE
IS NOT MAILED OR DELIVERED, A
JUDGMENT BY DEFAULT WILL BE EN-
TERED AGAINST YOU FOR THE MON-
EY OR OTHER RELIEF DEMANDED IN
THE COMPLAINT.
You must also file the original of
your response wiln Ihe Clerk ol this Coun
wilnin a reasonable time afterward.
Issued under my hand and the
seal of said Court, mnis the 24th day of
March, 2006.

THOMAS J. O'BEIRNE
Chancery Clerk of Adams County,
Mississippi
By /s/ Glenda Abbott D. C.
Debbi Vanier
Assistant to Scott J Piniard
Pintard & Pintard
207 South Commerce Street
Post Office Box 1065
Nalchez, Mississippi 39121 "
(6011445-9800
BL 4/12. 4/19, 4/26/06


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


-HOUSEKEEPER NEEDED (2 days per
Week -Monday & Thursday, 8:30am-lpm)
Musl be wilting to help with laundry. $8.$9
per hour Call 463-2220.
FLOOR TECHS
EXPERIENCED ONLY Must have reliable
Iransprnalion. 3 days/wk and some Satur-
days. Call Debbie after 2pm 285-3400,
ext.3352
EXPERIENCED AND reliable Servers
needed ASAPI Please apply in person at
751 Alantic Blvd .. Wed Fri 1-4 pm No
phone calls please
PART TIME DISHWASHER: Seiva Mar,-
na Country Club. DFWP. Call 246-4827 or
'apply ;n person.
OFFICE CLERK
Immediate opening for part-lime office
clerk w/small medical distributer in PVB.
Requires excellent phone and organiza-
tional skills, bookkeeping iPeachtree pre-
terredi. records management, marketing
support. Resume to vara@eyequil.com or
tax 280-1888.
NURSE PRACTIONER or PA. Experi-
ence in Bolox & cosmetic procedure'r pre-
lerred, but'rio! necessary. (904)708-7 f06"
AIDE P/T. Busy orthopedic clinic. Experi-
ence preferred, bur not required. Flexible
hours. Rate depends on experience. Fax
resume o1: 1904)285-4663.
PART-TIME MARKETING Suppon person
wanted Job duties include assisting with
various in-house mailings and working re-
turned mail and email. Our office is local-
ed in Ponte Vedra Beach and the hours
are Monday through Friday, 3 to 4 hours
each morning staying 'at 9.30 am. Please
send resume to
employment@casesoft.com

NURSES
WEEKENDS
Every weekend 7am to 7pm at a Premier
ReTirement Community Health Center. Ex-
cellenl work environment. Experience in
geriairic cdre. Applications available at
Fleet Landing Security Gale, One Fleet
Landing Blvd.. Atlantic Beach, FL,
Fax i to (904)246-9447; email io:
obs@fleetlanding.com EOE! Drug-Free
workplace.
OFFICE ASSISTANT needed with friend-
ly, professional phone voice and .attention
to delail Flexible hours (work only 2-3 full
days or work part days). Knowledge ol
ACT. Excel, and Word helpful. Located in
Ponte Vedra Call 285-5855.
PART-TIME AFTERNOON Receptionist
needed lor busy veterinary clinic. Apply in
person 519 Atlantic Blvd.. Atlantic Beach,
FL 32233
SECURITY
PARTTIIME POSITION available at Vicar's
Landing Please call 285-1055

NOTICE TO READERS
HELP WANTED classifications in' tnis
newspaper are intended to announce gen-
uine current job openings. No fees may be
charged to lne prospective employee Ads
lor self-employment or business opportu-
nities appear under Ihe Business Opportu-
nities category. Ads which may require
payment ol lees lor employment informa-
lion, guidance or training may appear un-
der Job Service. Should any Help Wanied
advertiser ask for a fee or if the advertiser
is ohering a product or service rather than
a job opening; please notify The Beaches
Leader. 249-9033.
PAWNEE'S CAFE & Fine Wines, (former-
ly Manuels). PVB. Kitchen & Counter.
Benefits. 273-4785.
ACTIVE NANNY/ Mother's Helper need-
ed. N. Jax Bch area, approx. 20-25 hrs
per week. Refs & reliable transportation
required Please call 509-9710.
KENNEL ASSISTANT needed for. busy
veterinary clinic, competitive wages. Previ-
ous kennel experience required Apply in
person Beaches Animal Clinic, 937
each Blvd Jax Beach. 246-2045.
DRIVERS
RECREATION DEPARTMENT
Drivers part-time and full-time. Be a mem-
ber ol a great team Join our Recreation
Department at a premier retirement com-
muniry. Fun work environment. Class C
CDL. Passenger Endorsement License
Required Must be able to set up and
break down for special events. Competi-
tive wages and excellent benefits. Applica-
tions available al 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-lree workplace.
WANTED CLEANING Lady for small 3BR
home, once a week, $10/hr. References
requ.red. Please call (904)242-2655.
PALMS SUMMER CAMP NEEDS
COUNSELORS. 9 week camp for children
ages, 5-12. May 30 thru July 28. Hours
8am-5pm or,9am-6pm. Must be patlenl
lun-loving and energetic. Group experi-
ence w/children preferred. EOE
247-0983
DRIVER NEEDED for moving company.
Class-D license, experience helpful,
285-2426.
CHURCH NURSERY Worker needed for
Sunday. 8am-12:30pm and 1 or 2 week-
nighls Paid hourly. Background check rd-
quired Contact Danlelle 249-5418 If Inter-
estea


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RSAL ok oTha signe TEACHER NEEDED Ion 2yr. old class'
HAIR SALON looking Ior 3 hair designers roomMondayFrday. Please call Direc-
(rental stations. 1 N all Technician (rental tor, 246-0433..
private room). Call 237-4895.
-TIME RECEmPTIONIFST; Diatche. SERVERS WANTED. Chizu Japanese
FULL-TIME RECEPTIONIST Dispatcher. Stak House. Apply after 2pm, 1227
Beaches area. company. Fax resume to: South 3rd St
246-0377


CNA, 3p-11p, FIT, PT, PRN, musl enloy
working wlIn Ine Elderly Apply in person
at Ashford Court Assisted Living, 1700
The Greens Way. Jax Bch, FL 32250.
EOE. DFWP.
A/C AND Healing company needs Instal-
leis., Service Techs and Helpers. Call Rob
509-3062
PLAZA MAINTENANCE/ kennel person
needed. ET/PT. Please apply in person.
519 Atlantc Blvd Atlantic Beach, FL
32233.
EDUCATIONAL SALES
Join our leamr II you can excel at inside
sales & desire a last-paced work environ-
ment. we may have an excellent
opportunity for, you You will join a Nalion.
al company & work in Ponte Vedra Beach.
Ideal candidate will nave Ili years experi-
ence inside sales customer service. or
telemarketing, & excellent communication
skills Ability to handle business accounts.
Base pay plus commissions $25k plus.
FT, no evenings or weekends. PT avail.
Fax resume: (904)285-0010 or email:
lim@mediakids.com .'
SMALL EXPANDING company looking lor
experienced person to oversee all ac-
counting, distribution .& finance Some
sales required as well. Flexible hours &
salary commensurate with exp. Fax re-
sume 10o 241-6012.
JANITORIAL CLEANING
Pan-time evenings Beaches, Northside
Must have transportation and phone.
Start immediately. 273-2761
FRONT DESK Position for busy Beaches
Chiropractor office Monday-Friday. Duties
include. Answering phone, checking pa-
tienis in & out, filing & collecting co-pays
Fax resume lo: 249-i1768 --
*WANTED- CARPENTERS & Helpers Re-
modeling Ocean Edge Condos, Jax
Beach. 693-3130.
LAWN MAINTENANCE help, must be
able to work lor female. 343-7989
LANDSCAPE EXPERIENCE preferred.
25k to 40k first year, plus benelils. DFWP,
good driving record No exp required, will
train. Call 241-7874. Perschel & Meyer
Pest Management.
BURDENBEARER SERVICES needs reli-
able cleaning help. Residenlial/Commer-
dial. Call 242-9358.
FIRST CHOICE Home Improvements.
Needs skilled carpenters & tree climbers.
349-2628.
THE CITY OF JACKSONVILLE BEACH
is seeking to hire a Design Drafting Tech-
nician. THe appropriate candidate will
have a High, School Diploma/ GED. course.
es in drafting, CAD training & considerable
experience in Engineeting Drafting. We of-
ler excellent benenis to all full-lime regular
.employees. For complete lob description
and an application visit us online at
www.JacksonviileBeach.org., in person 11
No. 3rd SI. 2nd Floor. Jacksonville
Beach, or call 247-6263 EOE. VP
WAREHOUSE
MANAGER
Surtside' Pools seeking experienced
,Warehouse Manager Forkiiti and Salery
Operation a plus. Good salary & benefits
Apply. Surftside Pools, 313 Beach Blvd.,
246-2666, or lax resume- 249-8801, e-
mail: surfsldaepools@aol.com


PRESCHOOL TEACHER
An established Ponte Vedra preschool,
CDA a plus. Position available June 1st
Call 285-2965.
EXPERIENCED LINE Cooks needed.
Nights. Apply In person Campeche Bay
Cantina, 127 1st Ave. North, Jax Beach.
Top Wages. 249-3322.
HOUSE CLEANERS NEEDED. Southside
and Beaches. Work in teams ol three
Must have own transportation, valid driv-
er's license. Approximately $175/wk to
start. Moday-Friday, no nighlstweekends.
Home Cleaning Centers of America.
19041642-8885.
LIFEGUARDS. Marsn Landing Country
Club seeks candidates wilh Lifeguard/
CPR/ First Aid Cerniication. Previous ex.
perience required. Flexible hours. Position
available-May 22- Sept. 4 Apply In per-
son, Tues- Sun Ponte Vedra Beach,
285-1909. Drug Testing/ EOE.
OPERATORS NEEDED, heavy highway
equipment. Waycross. GA area. Min. 5 yrs
exper. Please email resume to
mlkedinempark.com or lax to Antn: HR @
(330)369-4601.
CONSTRUCTION WORKER w/valid Flori-
da Driver's License. Experience nelplul.
but will train. Good salary & benefits. Ap-
ply at Suriside Pools, 313 Beach Blvd..
246-2666 or lax resume to: 249-8801,
e-mail: surisidepoois@aol.com


BREAKWATER OCEANFRONT, now hir-
ing Sous line cooks & Servers. 3rd Ave.
North, on the Ocean. 247-2644

COOKS
Full time in Nulrional Services Depart-
mrent al a premier retirement community.
Experience in skilled nursing environment
required Excellent benelils and manage-
ment teamrn Applications available at Fleet
Landing Secuiity Gate, One Fleel Landing
Blvd.. Atlantic Beach, FL 32233, Fax to
904-246-9447. email to
jobs@fleetlanding.com. EOE/ Drug-tree
Workplace.
REMODELING HELPER Needed. Must
have transportation. Some experience
helpful. 226.6649
CUSTOM INTERIOR Trim Carpenler or
Helper needed. Remodeling experience
helpful. Call Tim 509-9071.
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT needed
Immediately Ior import business. Previous
sales or designing experience a plus.
Oulckoooks required. Fax resume to 241-
3204.
NOW HIRING. The UPS Slore in Ponte
Vedra. $71hr. FT'PT Position 285-2345


ANDY' POOUULS, INC.
3 Pool Techs needed. Experience prefer-
red, but will train. Clean driving record
401k. neallh benefits. Please call
241-5811
MEDICAL FRONT
OFFICE STAFF
Baplist Primary Care currently has exciit.
ing opportunities in the Ponle Veara Pe-
dialric Clinic for Front Office Staff. Candi-
dates must have HS/GED and prior medi-
cal ohlice experience. For lull details and
to apply online, visit
www.e-baptsthealth.com/careers
Baptist Health
Baptist Healln is an Equal Opponunity
Employer
HAIRSTYLIST
LOOKING lor a change? Established Sal-
on hss opening ior one srylist. Excellent
working conditions, 60% Commission. All
inquiries conlidenhial. Contact Bob or
Palmer at Susan Merrick Hair Designs
(w)246-7272 or (h)246-1579.
*
Lawn service seeks individual to perform
dependable quality work. Excellent pay &
overtime available. Crew Leaders wanted
Perschel Brothers Services, Inc. 246-
0967.
MANAGEMENT PROFESSIONAL. Serv-
ice oriented Business Manager needed for
upscale community in Ponie Vedra. Must
be friendly, dependable and truly enjoy
creating and. cultivating, relationships with
members. Yardi Voyager experience pre-
terred and mustDbe able to work 1-2 week-
ends monthly. Great compensation pack-
agel g duffer@avislele.com or fax
, 3 4 ..- -
S"* .'-
Hard working sales person needed Apply
In person Sea Shells & Coral. 230 North
Boardwalk Jax Beach.

HARRY'S SEAFOOD
BAR & GRILL
NEEDS FULL time Servers. Exp. Cooks &
Host/ Hostess wain open availability. Apply
within 1018 Nortnn 3rd SI., Mon- Fn, 2pm-
4pm
HOME CLEANERS earn excellent pay
cleaning homes weekly & bi-weekly. De-
pendable car required Full or part time
Call 223-5033.
RECEPTIONIST & Bookkeeper, Quick-
books or Peachtiree.
rsnefler@landalimportsandlab.com
ATLANTIC COAST Plumbing & Tile Help-
ers needed. Learn a trade. Health bene-
fits, good hours, advancement opportuni-
lies. Must have valid FL Drivers License.
Call 249-5381 for appt.

NADER'S PEST RAIDERS has openings
lor service .personnel. Applicants musl
possess a good driving record. Competi-
live salary,- lull benefits including retire-
ment plan, bonuses. insurance, paid vaca-
tions and holidays We have a great work-
ing environment and nave been In busi-
ness for over 15 years. Fax resume to
904-273-0682 or fill oul an application at
10066 Sawgrass Drive West, Ponte Vedra
Beach


CUSTODIAN &
BATHROOM TECHS
Energetic, flexible, multi-task person. Reli-
able transportation a must. 6pm-10:30pm,
or later. Call Debbie after 2pm. 285-3400,
ext. 3352. .



F A 3A
Office IVIanager,
Detail oriented multi-tasker. Word, Excel
experience required. Salary, bonus plus
benefits.
Bookkeeper
OulckDooks, Excel, A/R. A/P, G/L, Payroll
expenence required 20-30hrs per week
Send resume: P.O. Box 51121, Jack-
sonville Bch, FL 32240-1121 or
fax 241-0752.
IMMEDIATE OPENING for Foreman and
helper for lawn/ landscape company. ex-
cellent pay, must have own transportation.
Foreman must nave clean DL, experience
a plus Contacl Ron 334-3311.
PT/ PTA/OT/COTA/
SPEECH THERAPIST
FULL-TIME/ PRN
Avante at Jacksonville Beach, a progres-
sive 165-bed skilled nursing and renab
center is seeking professional and caring
individuals wno are Florida licensed and in
good standing to add to our growing and
exciting in house merapy program. Must
be teamwork orenied and have excellent
communication and organizational skills
Avanie oilers excellent compensation,
premium benefits, including 401(K) and
sign-on bonuses. Please lax resume to:
(904)241-4082, attention Tara O'Steen or
apply in person at: 1504 Seabreeze Ave,,
Jacksonville Beach. FL 32250. EOE.
wwwavantegroup.com
GOLF COURSE MAINTENANCE- Private
Club Atlantic Beach. Drug Free Work-
place. FTibenetits Experience preferred.
Call Golf Course Maintenance 246-4711.


CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH
WASTEWASTEFR/'WATER OlE A_ B, .
"Startirnf pay 16 18tfir io" '1785 h-ti U'
pending on license Valid FL drivers I-
cense with a salstsciory driving record
Applications accepted until 4.26,06 ai 800
Seminole Rd. All. Beach. FL 32233 or visit
www.coaD.us or call 19045)247-5820 No
smokers tobacco users./ Drug testing
conducted EOE..
OR:
WASTEWATER/ WATER OPERATOR
TRAINEE
Staring pay $12 48,hr, H S diploma or
equivalent- Valid FL drivers license. Must
pass C-Wasiewater Coprse within 12
mos of hire & obtain license wilnin 2 yrs
of hire. Applications accepted until 4'26/06
at 800 Seminole Rd., All. Beach. FL
32233 or visit www.coab.us or call
(904)247-5820. No smokers, tobacco
users. Drug lesting conducted EOE.
TAXI DRIVERS Wanled Clean driving re-
cord required. Call April. 246-9999.
LINE COOKS. & experienced Breakiasi
Cook. Immediate openings. Apply. The
Tavern at Sawgrass 285-3133.
HAIR STYLIST WANTED
Busy salon in great location now has an
opening Flexible hours. Please call
246-4700
VETERINARY TECH needed jor high vol-
ume vet clinic At least 2yrs. experience
required. Competitive salary. excellent
benefits Fax resume to 246-3061 or call
2468577 for more into Beaches Animal
Clinic. 937 Beach Bld Jax Beach.
"CLEANERS WANTED"
Cleaning company expanding. PT/FT Car
Jn h - %11 ,.


* & pnone a must No experience. viV ira1n.
,, Gooo payl Call between 9arm.4pm M.C S
9048943352_l'a


LPN
EVERY WEEKEND
LPN in our newly expanded Assisled'Lv-
ing facility every weekend 7pm to 7am at
Sa Premier Reiliremenm Community Health
Center. Excellent working environment.
Apply at Fleet Landing, One Fleet Landing
Blvd.. Atlantic Beach. FL: Fax lo (904)246-
9447. e-mail to: jobs@fleetlandlng.com
EOE/ Drug-Free Workplace.
SERVER. Flexible hours AM and PM
shifts Excellent tips. Apply In person, The
Tavern at Sawgrass. 285-3133
AMERICAN HOME' Companions seeks
compassionate, live-in, caregivers tor the
elderly Work 2,3. 4 or 5 days per week.
Up to $110/day. 631-5354.
F/T. CUSTOMER Service/Insurance Bill-
ing. Must'be detailed oriented. Apply in
person at Meoequip. 905 North Third St
Jax Beach.
POLICE PATROL OFFICER
City ol Atlantic Beach Must nave current
law enforcement cennication acceptable
to Ine Stale ol Fl and be eligible to com-
plete Florida training and certitication with-
in 6 months o0 hire. $16.18/hr., $647/wk ;
$33,654,yr. benefitss. 'Applical-ons must
be received by 04'19106 at 800 Seminole
Rd., ArlanIhc Beach. FL 32233 Testing on
4/29/06 For mdre inlo visit: www.coab.us
or call (904)247-5820. No smokers/ tobac-
co users. Drug testing conducted. EOE.


FRONT DESK RECEPTIONIST/ OFFICE
MANAGER in holistic, internal medical of-
fice. Full /par time secretarial, clerical,
and support ol M.D a unique setting. Ex-
perience required in answering phones,
computers, communications and public-ie-
lations. Mus t be enthusiastic, dependable,
consisleni, and an excellent match. Fax
resume with references: no pnone calls
please Persephone Healing Arts Center,,
FAX-1904)246-3778.
AWESOME. OPPORTUNITY. Line Cook.
Twisted Sisters Apply in person, M-F
3pm-5pm 1266 Beach Blvd. Jax Beach
241.6453
COOK (FT/PT) Apply in person, Rite Spol
Restaurant, 1534 North 3rd Street, Jax
Beach.

SWIMMING POOL Construction. Top
pay & benefits. Palace Pools. 998-1811,
11655 Central Pkwy #313, Jax, FL
32224.
.*
TRAINERS FOR Day Program. Work with
MR/DD adults. Monday-Fnday, 8am-4pm.
Apply 850 6th Ave South, Suite 500. 249-
8556 EOE/ DFWP.


HAIR STYLIST needed .' -Styles of
Ponte Vedra. located on corner of Mickler
and A1A. Up to 60%5 commission Contact
Denise at 280-0494
PONTE VEDRA Animal Hospitai needs
F/T Kennel Attendant. No experience nec-
essary Apply within. 28 Corona Rd.
285-7924.
HELPER FOR hardwood floor installer.
Must have own transportation 223-3295.

SOUS CHEF
Experienced only lor line dining at Vicar's
Landing in Ponle Vedra Competitive pay
and benefits EOE/ DFWP. Call 273-1734
or fax 285-8109.
LOOKING FOR Prolessional and Quall-
tied candidates for a Customer Service
Position. Must have a minimum ol 2 years
experience in Customer Service. Must
have heavy call center expenence Re-
quires great Communication skills, Proles-
sional, Articulale, and proficiency in thne
following areas Word, Excel. Typing (35-
wpm), and 8.000 kpn 10-key Please
email resume to hr@,inenseroi com. or tax
to 543-8168 No calls please
*DRIVERS *


DO you want lo join a winning leam Don't
get left oul. Our driver's make $500-4700
per week Call 249.5151 ask lor Brian or
493-5250 ask for Tim Collins.
FRAMERS WANTED Good pay & bene-
fits. Call 219 1463 between 1 lam.3pm
BUILDING CODE ADMINISTRATOR.
City ol Allantic Beacnh. $23.241hr. to
$35 24/hr, $48.339.39/yr to $73.300/yr.
D O E +benefits Must be Florida certilied
Building Code Adminislrator Performs su-
Servisory and specialized technical work
Inthe enforcement of the Florida Building
Codes & related regulations. Applications
accepted until position filled al 800
Seminole Rd., All Beach, FL 32233. For
more info visit www.coab.us or call
(904)247-5820 No smokers' tobacco
users will be hired. Drug lesling conducl-
ed EOE.
PAINTERS
EXPERIENCED PAINTERS wanted Must
have own lools & Iransponalion Nealness
& dependability a must. Phone Larry He.
ise Painting 247-3644.
MARKETING FIRM: JUNIOR EXECU-
TIVES. No Experience, but seeking it?
Markeling lirm seeks entry level people to
Irain in all areas ol marketing. sales, ad-
vertising & PR College Grads & Summer
Interns welcome..Call Lisa 904-425-3563


CLEARWATER SYSTEMS is interviewing
for Servrce Techs/ Insitalers Will be instal-
ling, servicing waler treatment equipment
for homes ,business & industry, Northeast
FL.. Prefer experience but will traih sharp"
individuals. Must have good driving re-
cord, excellent'customer service skills and
lift 100 pounds. DFWP.We offer competi-
tive wages, excellent benefits, 401k, ad-
vancement. Send resume to Attn: Bryan,
2181 St. Johns Bluff Rd. Sb. Jax FI'32246,,
or apply in person or fax (904)645-6066..
BEACHES CAR Wash- full time help
needed, Wages negotiable+ tips. Benefits
Avail. Apply in person, 1401 Beach Blvd.
VETERINARY TECHNICIAN. Experience
preferred. ALSO: Receptionist veterinari-
an experience required. Apply in person.
1210 3ra Street Nonn, Jax Beach
DRIVER/ CDL, SAWYER GAS a local
propane retailer is in immediate need ol a
ilulltme driver. The ideal candidate will
have an excellent customer service de-
meanor, a CDL with Hazmat, lanker. and
airorake endorsements Candidates must
.pass pre-enmiployment testing, drug
screen DMV check and background in-
vestrgalion We offer a competimve salary
and benehls package. Apply in person at
98 S Penman Rd, Jax Bch. or tax resume
to. HR at 246-0715 EOE.
CARIBBEE KEY looking tor experienced
Line CooKs & Prep Cooks Experienced
only need apply in person between 10am-
4pm M-F, 100 First St N., Nep Bch
CASHIER OR Short Order Cook. Experi-
enced only. Call 390-1125
LAWN CARE helper needed. Drivers li-
cense & transponation required Pay
equal experience. $8-10/nr. 285-2952.
LAWN MAINTENANCE Foreman & help-
ers Apply 7am, TNT Landscape. 1074
10th Ave. South, Jax Beach Bonus. 247-
4477.
TELEMARKETING
CUSTOMER service & sales w/ exc. com-
municallon skills. Full or pan rime. Base
plus bonus. Fax resume: (904)285-0010
or emallr lim@mediakids.com


MEDICARE BILLING
ASSISTANT
Full Time Monday-Friday In the medical
billing office of a premier retirement com-
munity health center. General clerical du-
ties with computer experience and Excel
spreadsheet skills required. Experience
with outpatient therapy billing a plus. Ex-,
cellent ',work environment and .benefits.
Applications at Fleet Landing. Security
Gate; One Fleet Landing Blvd., Atlantic,
Beach. FL, Fax to 904-246-9447; email to
jobs@fleetlandlng.com EOE/Drug-free
workplace.
FAST GROWING Jax Bch Gihfware Co
seeks FT entry level Customer Service
Rep. Data entry exp. delail oriened exc.
communication skIlls, and MS Office exp.
req. Forward resume Io 904-241.-1006 or
adero'sier@natlurallite nel
CUSTOMER SERVICE, inside sales. Our
growing internet company in Atlantic
Beach nas an excellent opportunity lor a
tullime energetic learn member ideal
candidate will have t plus years expen-
ence inside sales or customer service.
and excellent communicationn computer
and iniernei skills Base pay bonus,' com-.
mission, $25-30K plus No evenings no
weekends. Email resume. kclausen@ln.-
rernaiionalSludent com
ANASTASIA MOSQUITO Control Dis-
trict Employment Opportunity Season-
al Inspectors/ Sprayers. FIT 6 months
available slaning June $10/nr No vene.
tits Must be at least 18 years 0o age to
apply. Florida driver license. Work loca-
tions include Si Augustine, Porne Veora
and Nonhwest SI Johns Internship op-
portunity. Pn-904.471 .3107. lax-904-
471-3189 www.anastasiamcd.org

POOL CLEANER w'valid Florida Driver's
License Experience helpful but will train.
Good salary & benerlrs. Apply: Suriside
Pools, 313 Beach Blvd 246-2666 or fax
resume: 249-8801, e-mall surfisdepoois
@aol com
BUSY WHOLESALE Sealood company
seeks PT Office Assi. FiT Warehouse
Personnel and Drivers w good records.
Apply in person only C&C Fisheries,
36 W. 61h Sr Atlantic Ben
DRIVERS -,CDL-A Excellent Home-Timel
Great pai.benehis. OO's welcome! 2yrs
OTR. good MVR Ceniurian Aulo Trans.
port 800-889-8139.
DRIVERS
RECREATION DEPARTMENT
Drivers part-time and lull-time Be a mem.
ber of a greal team Join our Recrealion
Department at a premier reliremeni com-
munity. Fun work environment. Class C
CDL: Passenger EndorsemenI License
Required. Must be able io set up and
break down for special events Compel-
rive wages and excellent benefits. Applica-.
tions available at Fleet Landing Secunty
Gate. One Fleel Landing Blvd.. Atlaniic
Beach, FL 32233 Fax to 904-246-9447:
email 10 jobs@fleetlanding.com.
EOB,'Dug-lree workplace
CNA'S
MAKE A REAL DIFFERENCE.
Avanle al Jacksonville Beach. a 165-bed
skilled nursing and rehab laciliry. currently
seeks motivated healthcare professionals
to provide direct care support under ire di.
reciion of licensing nursing personnel.
Must have current CNA desgnaion and a
positive anrude toward ire elderly. Avanie
offers excellent compensation & premium
benels, including 4011k) Please lax re-
sume io: |904)249-8208 EOE.
www.avantegroup corn
MECHANICS GREAT Pay & Benhiirs Pkg
@ Ceniuron Auto Transpon. FT evenings,
or 3rd snih Exp Truck. Trailer & minor
welding Apply: iM.F, 8a.4p). 5912 New
Kings R, Jacksonville 800-889.8139.

Are you Seeking PAY With Benefits?
American Landscape has a posihon for
you Call 349-6257.
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Positions Available
Banquet Supervisor Housekeeping Room Attd.
Bartender Administrative Assistant
Line Cook Honor Bar Supervisor
Preventative Maint. Engr. On-Call Massage Therapist
Front Desk Supervisor Dining Room Attendant


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* 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. .
1000 PGA TOUR Boulevard; Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082
Webslte: www.sawgrassmarrlott.com
0 Job Hotline: (904) 280-7070
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General Contractors, Inc.

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:
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V.V.s Ak W -W-- expect Noting Less
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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-time positions available:
Bartender
Security Officer
Lifeguard Lieutenant
Irrigation Technician
Spray Technician 4
Laundry Truck Driver
Pool Technicians
Pool Porters
Line Cook
Banquet Set-Up Attendants
Retail Sales Associate
Starter/Rangers
Golf Course Maintenance
The Spa Various Positions
Housekeeper
Bell Stand & Front Desk
Laundry Attendant & Driver
Dishwashers/Utility
Room Service Order Takers
Servers / Diningroom Attendants
Gourmet Shop Attendant
Gym & Beach Reception
Beach Rental Attendant

Seasonal Opportunities
Camp Counselors
Slide Monitor & Swim Instructors
Pool Porters
Patio Servers & Snack Bar Cook
We offer an excellent benefits package including medical/dental, life
insurance, sick and vacation days, and discounts at our retail outlets, golf
course and spa. For immediate consideration apply in person to
Human Resources between 9am- 4pm or forward resume to:
Ponte Vedra Inn & Club
200 Ponte Vedra Blvd.
Ponte Vedra Beach, FL. 32082
Job Line: 904-280-3607 Fax: 904-273-7753
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FRAMING CARPENTERS, G.C. Supenn- NOW HIRING Shuckers. Servers, and
renaent for established company Drug. Cooks The Moon Oyster Bar & Grille
free work place. Benefits 241-2721. (904)241-1894.

Sawgrass Country Club, a prestigious private
member-owned country' club has the following
O("j9("f.. opportunities available:
COUNTRY CLUB
Server FT & PT Excellent Starting Pay
Bartender FT/PT Excellent Starting Pay
Line Cook FT position
Equipment Operators Golf Course
Excellent Working Conditions and Benefit Package. Please fax
resume to (904) 273-3705 or
email resume to kfox@sawgrasscountryclub.com
Drug Free Employer
Equal Opportunity Employer


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. ICW SATURDAY Riverbrook at Glen Ker-
nen Beach UMC Group. Hugh charity sale
4659 Forest Glen Court & 4424 Pebble-
brook Dr. Furniture, books, baby items,
collectibles, bikes, Easter baskets, Peanut
the Easter goat and much more.




2 ATLANTIC BEACH ESTATES
1661 & 1674 Park Terrace Easi. Friday,
Saturday, 9am-4pm. Nice Mahogany furni-
ture, antiques, collectibles, jewelry, de-
pression glass, Limoges & other china.
Original art, household, garages with tons
of tools. 502-0986. charlloyd.com
2 Cr'PRESS V\ili Esis Srvc 12 Minton &
R. Douiion Towle Old Lace sterl. Ivory
carving, Mason's Ironstone. Orig art; Bird-
sey, M. Briggs, oils, w.c., etc. Old clocks,
walches, jewelry coil, etc. Full turn. Antqs,
Fr down sofa, chair, carved chests, Henre-
don, moreIf r.:'os ,: 8A.5 228 4th Ave
So. Jax Bch. Aner 8 15 A.1l go to 13662
Gordonia Ci Cypress Viii ont JTB by
Mayo Clinic Th 9-4, Fr, 9-3 CHINA CAT
241-0344 chinacaianiiques.com.
MODERN, CONTEMPORARY, Eclectic
treasures win an Asian rwiiII Eihan l4lern
01la Chair wrindernul d.ininQ 13a'le wir, 6
chairs kitchen dining sel. kin. /ize bed-
room su'ie Yamana siereo book' cases
crheil ol drawers paiio lurnaluie Full
sel's 01 for-.ake & Plaiizgratli Ki.:nenware
linens mern's women s ci ,irnno bOc,,s
TVS, lamps Lois 01 o ei:.:raii,.- & P irl
irems Super saie, all super cieanri Fid'ay
& Saturday,' 9am.3pm 54 Franklin A'.e-
nue, Ponie vedra Take Soiano iC Gcl i
View, to Franklin. Follow the pink signs


SAILBOAT- 1 Design, Howmar, 10', excel-
lent sail condition. $450. 246-3555.
BOAT STORAGE in PV. Visit
www.MarinaClubPV.com
HARBORTOWN MARINA, deep water
boat slip for rent, 40ft. $600, 50ft. $700,
INCLUDES POTABLE WATER, ELEC-
TRIC, DOCK LOCKER. Cable and phone
service available @ slip. Mobile fuel serv-,
ice & pump out also available. 463-2845.
BOSTON WHALERF 20' Dauntless, 99
Suzuki 225. Great for family and fishing.
Boat, motor and trailer well maintained,
many extras. '$18k. 318-1880 or 607-
5534.
2000 BAYLINER 2452SE, 24'. sleeps 4.
Marine head, 220hp, Ouiriggers. bait
tank, shower. $26,000, or pay:tt ii less.
537-6229.


2003 "DERBi Scooter 49. c European
,.erion ,.1. a- /e.pa Low mile $1500
465-7179.


2004 FORD F250 XLT. 22.000 miles
2J.',000 Firm 190414472.9864
2002 FORD Windstar Minivan LX,
69,975mi., exc:' cond., very clean, loads of
extras.- $9800. 334-5775.


2000 NISSAN Ultima GXE. imrnacuiaie
condition, low miles,. 4 cc.or. power wir.
dows, locks; cruise, new, tires. $8400
OBO. 887-9030.


1985 BMW. Good parts or project. $750
OBO. 241-4568.
77 MERCEDES Convertible. My gorgeous
dream car for sale. 68k actual, 2-tops,
$10,000 OBO. 247,-5676.
1993 FORD Thunderbird, low miles, auto
A/C, CD $1400 OBO. 716-2586.
2004 MUSTANG GT 40th anniversary edi-
tion, orange w/charcoal leather interior,
new tires 21000 miles $20,500. 874-2755.
1988 HONDA Accord; 4dr., runs great,
new tires. $1000. (904)246-8055.
1995 FORD Taurus, A/C, leather, fair con-
dition. $800 OBO. 607-4393.
1992 TOYOTA Land Cruiser. Sunroof,
problems w/main seal, no a/c, one electric,
window not- working, 290,000 miles,
$1,000 OBO 285-1443.


ASHFORD COURT ;s accepting applica-
lions for experienced Dietary Servers, F/T
and P.T Must De aole to work weekernds
Must enioy working win Ine elderly in a
professional atmosphere We otter com-
perive saliares, Derenis & bo-weekly bo-
nus plans Apply in person '2 1700 The
Greens Way in Marsh Landing Park
EOEIDFWP
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT Recep-
i.,rn needed, M-F. 8am-5pm, must pos-
seas excellent organrzaiional skills be a
motivated and independeri worker .Musl
rave prolicieni computer skills and be ca-
pabie ol handling a variety of lasks
Please lax resume io 807 9216
FACIAL SPECIALIST wilh clientele wani-
S ed Also, NAIL TECH w clientele. No
acrvl.cs Day Spa, Jax Beach Call Mik,
'242'-8008


INTERSHIPS WANTED for university stu-
denis from Norlnern Ireland, for 6 to 8
weeks this summer Medical, legal bank-
ing, elq.. Call 993-3226

STAY AT Home Mom seeking Clerical
work types 100lwpm 221-8510



PROFESSIONAL MASSAGE Services.
Out call basis only. specializing in relaxa.
lion massage $65,'nr Call 8?1-1605 ask
lor Snaron.
THE MASSAGE MEDIC -Advanced mas.
sage & body work for acule c.nronic pair,
reller. Home and oltice calls 16yrs exp
704.69$84. MA0011921.


F.'T AND PiT Positions opened Apply al ,,Ja MI.. U..liii. '
Pr.olor Ace Hardware and Garden Cen- PRIVATE CAREGIVER/NuRSE, over 10
iler 870 Al i'., Ponle Vedra Beach years of experience. References avail-
, A,1 ,..,,,I ,. ,,r 1 .. .. able 19041234-3915


LAWVVFJ I'' E j I ENA-'ji Gr- Iew LeacIer
valid driver s licrnse & experience a must.
Call Raray 343-3899


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PERSONAL ATTENDANT,' COMPANION
"More than a service, more like a frend
Transponallon to10 doctor's. Shopping
tor.wiIn you Drive lo'Irom auto service,
poslal services more 220-0129
CONCIERGE PROVIDES Cenior Care.
Companion Service Respire Care and
more 904-317-0451 1-888-511-1887



STACKABLE WASHER,' Dryer 1300.
real lor condo 27' TV w.siarno $100 -
Beachy. glass-' sione coffee lable $150
Handmade hunter's Iheme closely $895.
Antique Ilalian marble coffee table $1695
221-8510
GOURD'S GOURD'S GOURD'S
Learn to paint and decorate them. For
more information call Mrs Laraine E.
Snort at 285-0646 or email agourdpaint-
er@aol.com or Mr Roy G Cosselmon at
246-7783. member ol NEFGS
2 BEAUTIFUL beach cruiser., never beenr
used Must sell $100 each 270-2139 be-
rween 4-6pm
LLARDRO
VERY LARGE collection, selling all, noi by
the piece. For appi call 294-1121
BED- BEAUTIFUL Temp-pedic Memory
Foam marnress & boxspring, new in
plastic w'warranty $379 Must sell.
1904|858-9350

ENTERTAINMENT CENTER, hold large
tv. stereo, oak $300 OBO 247-5774
40 GAL Fish lank wall pans. King mal.
iress-box spring, 35" TV Each iiem $200
247-4966
COMBINATION BUILT-IN oven/micro-
wave, Whirlpool Gold. excellent condricTi
$250 285-4618.
WHIRLPOOL WASHER & Dryer. $75Tea
30 day warranty Deliver. $20 318-8173
992-1470
BED-' BRAND name queen setl,
new. w,watranrv $129. Can deliver
(904)858-9350
BRAND NEW. must see 200 square
Yards of Mohawk beige, shon pile carpet-
ing $975 424-6809.
LIL TIKES play kitchen $25. Laundry tub
$25. La-Z-Boy swivel rocker recliner $35.
280-1452
LEATHER COUCH, coffee able. $1500
Couch. loveseal. babies. $450 Air condi-
tioner, $150. Gas dryer, $50 525-2211
2 TWIN Bed set. like new w'many extra
linens still in original package. $500 for
set 241-4544


SLEIGH BED- Queen size, craamy while.
real wood. $100 Free delivery- Beaches'
ICW (904)463-2220
FRiGIDAiRE WASHER $150 and G E
Dryer $100. Call 241-1880
HOTPOINT DISHWASHER while very
good condition. $135. Call 1904)242-2771
55 SAMSUNG bri screen TV $650
Please call Vicior 864-980 6672.
EXCELERATOR HAND cycle w' cushion.
5yrs old, garage kept new $1500 will sell
lor 1600 OBO. 2 Toning lasles- 1 sil-up 1
alternating leg Call for price 221-5939.
CARGO FURNITURE compiee bunkrbced
sei including desk $1500 OBO 221-2665
DESIGNER LAMINATED Flooring
$ 75,sl. 30'% thicker, sill in cox, must sell.
744-6534.
HVAC: 3-TON air handler waler to air
$200 OBO FURNITURE: Mahogany
stained rustic coffee & end able $200
OBO RIMS 20 custom rnms, 6 lug w less
$00 OBO. 686-4422
COMPLETE HOME Gym, 25 plus pieces
Paid $3000 Sell for $500. 962-3433
DOUBLE STROLLER side ty side. good
.oonrdlron $50 Bassen crnD ipin' can ec
painted). $50 Dining room able glass lop
wisun mural etched in glass. 4-clolh
chairs, new $1200 asking $300 Pack and
play bassinetl 3 in onei excellent condi-
ion, barely used new $129 asking $50 5-
piece teddy bear crib bedding sel new
$125 asinq $410 Hot rub w'new wood
.*abinei $500 821-1070 or613-4920
BED- KING manress set. $289 Can de-
liver i19041391-0015
BRAND NEW Nikon Digital Camera
5150 Conlact Saran 894-3299
ENTERTAINMENT CENTER 6 -7'. while
washed w/ceaar wood wirelraclable doors
and lignis $200 534-3336
SURFBOARD 7 3" eyceileni condition. 3
in $275 610-9771
BEDROOM FURNITURE. Black iron
Futon/Bunk Bed, $250 OBO. 448-1362.
WiNGBACK STRATO LOUNGER, mullr-
colored sirpe; lke new. $100 241-8456
BOB'S GUTTERS- Cusiom made
F. seamless aluminum gurters Large vari-
ely ol colors io choose Irom 241-5099
WHITE CREAM velour V-snaped section-
al sola, 3pc $200. Couch love seal. non-
zonial siriped panern, navy blue.' durgun-
dy hunler green $5200 534-3336.
CARGO BUNK Bed System Twin. DDI
w.tiwin rundle inci 3 mattresses 6 drawer
dresser, bedside table. Natural wood
$699 246-0481
OuEENSIZE BEDROOM set. maple tin-
isn 5 piece $200 534-3336


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FIRST COAST Weldmirn and Fatricalion
Call 859.0224
UPSCALE LIFEST.'LE Con,.cierge One
call insir ad or 210. Call 1.888-511 -1887
*
HERMON'S MULTIPLE SERVICE
Specializing in Commercial arn Re-siden-
tial Cleaning Lawn Care Auie Cleaning
Window Cleaniha Jan.iorial Ser.,ices etc
Call Hermon. 246-4238 612.1751,


TU1TLE HOME
IMPROVEMENTS, INC.
Specializing i all r.pes uo non-ie repairs
20 yrs experier.ce 10 Jub Too Small'
Free Esinmale- Doug Turtle. 446-0051
Licensed
PIANO LESSONS. All level. ,srles &
aqes Will come I.:. your nrome Piano Tun.
ring also a'.ailacile 241-4954 655-3300

c -W f. "-F,
PADGETT'S A.C & Heaing Inc Family
c.wned anrd .:.peraied Wnern quair,' and
customer ser..re are demanded cali
Travis at 5886-5222
SERVICE, REPAIRS, INSTALLATIONS
Free Eslimales License CAC1814887


FLOORING ENGINEERS. Carpel, Tile
Vinyl. Sales insiallaion Free eismaies
License,' Insured Jim 813-0894


ABOVE & Be..ond Ho.:.uekeeping Dc-
pendable. diiled cleaning Reference..
available licensed. 591-5901 or 514-
1188. .
GENERAL CLEANING, $5s,r.r. Siandara
kiicher s a bans. Relerences. 242-2546.
568.6067
AFFORDABLE WINDOW CLEANING.
13 years experience Reasonable prices
low minimum raies weekend appoint-
menis available. 19041525-7419

PROFESSIONAL HOME CLEANING
SERVICES. Dependable. hones. Ih.:.r-
oughr. Local reference/ Licensed-, Insur-
ed. 563-1690
A PLUS CLEANING nonesi, dependable.
experienced, Gcelient service reascr.a-
ble prices real relerenre-. Call Kay
190 415t 4-8092.


BED- FULL-SIZE cherry sle.gn bed
wrimatress & box spring Musi sell $395 MATURE WOMAN w experience lc.oking
Can deliver 1904i858-9350. lor private homes to clean Rel a available
I Call'642-2430
UNIYL UN LW


DRIVE UN LIFT I
7000 POUND drive on hrl lor cars' $1800
Call Steve 407-291-7554
AT&T PARTNER phone system 5 phones
installed tor $899. 249-8877.
GLASS-TOP DINETTE, 52 x36' reclangu-
lar glass lop Table w.wicker and metal
base Si>. wicker c:hars included. $150
icr sei Must sell 19041707-.1663
SOLID OAK oval able with 4 chairs $325.
476-1134
DEMOLITION SALE! 2 Reflrgerators. 2-
sioes kit cab.nels. 2 rornm size AC
unlts int. & ext doors Greal prices 223-
1787
ADULT GO KART 12HP, shocks, disc
brakes $300 OBO. 553-7203


One Fleet Lapding Blvd.
Adantic Beach. FL 32233
Fax i9Oil 2-46 .- -- .
Email lobs 'fleedanding.com
EOE/Drug Free \Workplact


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

GREEN ACRES LAWN CARE
One lime or .yearly Licen/ed Insured
IReidenileal. Commercial 742-676.?
BOBCAT BOB
Grading, Lawn Installations. Spread
Dirt. Gravel. Lime Rock, Mulch. Stone.
MUCH MORE! Bob. 334-6091.

WINSOR LAWN Service Inc Compelilive
rales Call Alan 237-.5301.
BLUE LINE OUTDOOR SERVICES
Lawn and landscape rrnainlenance
Owned operated bv Ilo0ca police oiticer
Call 3-14 765'1 or email
c.Iuelineouidoors@cvanoo ccm lor e.s:.i
male.

JOHN'S LAWNS
DEPENDABLE SERVICE 412-6151

LAWNVI LOST It's Luster' Larnds. ape by
Linus We istien 294-2269

PERSCHEL BROTHERS
SERVICES, INC.
PROFESSIONAL LAWr ser.,:e We m.:.
lawns Free esi-maies 246-096'
SOUTHERIl COMFORT Lawn Service
Licensed, Insured Free estwmaies Kyle
Sruck 333-5547 Monln iree w'yearly
contract
GOT WEEDS" CHEAP MOE'S! Yard
clean-up specialist A B. discount ..
422-0593.


OCEANSIDE CLEANING INDUSTRIES
Sale rool cleaning Deck & lernce
resorairon Pres.ure warring Licensed 6
insured Call Kevin 994-0045

ALL BEACHES
PRESSURE CLEANING
Spring Special 10ooft w/ ad. Mold mil-
dew specials Rools. sidewalks. drive-
ways, dec.ss Resideniiai'Commercial'
Licensedinsure- Free Esiimaies
708-7239
PATRIOT PRESSURE Wasr, & Windo*
Cleaning Licensed & Insured Free Esi-
mates HOUSES, decks walkways, drive-
ways. patios 248-9672


RESIDENTIAL. DETAILED Cleaning PRESSURE WASHERS lor ren or sale
17,;rs experience Greal references Call Tucker Equipmeni Renial 246-1330
Robin 992-0501


FENCES
WOOD Fence Specialistl install replace
35yrs Experience Relerences,. 1.1ick Oul-
door Enterprises 241-727F., 838-9599


TAX TIMEI Local CPA del--,ers I work
around your schedule Ta, preparation
Ouickbooks Set-up and Consultation
19041372-0593


STUCK? FRUSTRATED- Call Rob. All
applications. house calls raining,. repairs.
upgrades. websives graphics Free phone
iech 9(,4.249-3034 01 e-mail
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BALDWIN MAIIJTENANCE and repair 3al
lordabie and reliable lawn servi./ce. 591.
6920

ED'S LAWNCARE
Dependable Qualitv Service Reasonable
rates 821.-037.

ENDLESS SUMMER Lawncare Free esi,-
mates. Proiessional customer service
Mowing, edging, weeding, irimming- trees
shrubs Licensed & insured Residential &
commercial CALL US FIRST! 270-2664.


ATLANTIS PAINTING CO.
Properrr, management raies lor quick
rental sale lurn-arounds. and custom paint
also Call tor FREE ESTIMATES 497.
2553 or 724.6877. Licensed 8 insured
ISLANDER SERVICES
Painhting Interior. exterior, home repair.
pressure washing 992-2027, 514.8844

N. TWO "M" PAINTING
NEW CONSTRUCTION, remc.delng and
repaint Residenlial and commercial Men-
ion thi/ ad 246-1529
NATIVE PAINTER- excephonal res.den.
nial, commercial pressure wasning paint-
ing. drywall crack repair, wall covering Li-
censed. insured, references 403-7389
SAVE IJOW! Interior & Exterior paining.
Pressure washing 19yrs at Beacres
Free Estimaies 881-4223.
HATE TO PAINT? Don'l swearl .I Iniernor
exterior, pressure washing 1Nice work!
Nice prices' Licensed. insured. 226-6134
PAINT IT RIGHT! lnteror, e>lerior. Free
esimales Call Mike Wiliams 285-2651
25yrs. experience
FAST INTERIOR painting drywall, lex-
lure Specialize in smaller jobs Will work
evenings & weekends Licensed, insured,.
references 403-7389 ..
BEST PRICES IN TOWN!! Interior e>ie-
rior. pressure washing, knock down tex-.
lured to walls Relerences, photos:
Licensed, insured. 226-6134.


DAVIDS P,':OO)L :ERVlCE Weekly clean
i. r llosi reidlenhial pools .25.week+
i,-nmvi.als Licensed. Injured We make
your irie a llnle easier 285-0240



TWO CONSTRUCTION
Repairs xpec:ializing in lermite damage.
246.1529
NATHANIEL ELDON CARPENTRY
Remodeling decks, siding, interior trim.
lermire+ roi damage+ more. Licensed.
inurJre 24- .*78.
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BATH & KITCHEN
Complete rerrodeling services renova-.
ion'.: Tile Marole Specialist Nick.
19041962-9312
KP HOME IMPROVEMENT INC
Painiing, carpentry water pmroling, pres-
cute washing, ii e work jrywall.
904-241-7023
APPLIANCE REPAIRS
We provide repairs Ior rr.ol maior brands
awin mar'i pans available for same day
serv.'ce Washers drivers ice makers,
10o'.e 'rou name il we can iTI -
Licensed and insured 904.476-2497.
HOME RENOVATIONS. Slan to Finmsn
Arrordciale & dependaDie Call Tony
(904)221-3005
C&J HANDYMAN Services Carperiry.r
Orywall. Pairing. Paperhar.agng. Tiling
el: Licen-sed Insured 955-0593
2411461. .
HANDY'MArl- EXPERIENCED and very
depe-ndable ior qualiry repairs, service
.calls painting improvemenis and miscel-
laneous lob DAVE 246.6628


ROOF REPAIRS & Re-Rc.ooing Trusi a li-
censed professonal See c.,ir ad under
Remo.eiing'Cor.siruction reilgar, Con
airuciion Siale Cenilied Rooler
-CCC1325888 Member BBB 247-3777
All credit cards accepted
ROOFING iN-TOWN prices tihe
Beach 25yrs. experience. 880-b908.
CCC1326983.



WEBERS TREE SERVICE
S246-9930'
Quality work at reasonable rales Stump
grinding. Since '986.


GUITAR- ARIANA Acoustic, 6 siring
wacase Excelilent cond $100 652-4058


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TERRA TILE & MARBLE
Professional Design & Installation. Rick
Martin (904)472-9864.


FLEA MARKET w' 4 booths. glass shelv-
ing merchandise, oriental liems, figur-
.nes & eic $15.000. i904i928-9432
349--260


CHILD CARE in your home. $10 hr Call
Sara 241-3627


SATURDAY, 8AM-12NOON. TV, Tapes,
household, baby. 517 Rutile Dr. A.1A, left
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