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Table of Contents
    Section A: Main
        page A 1
        page A 2
        page A 3
    Section A: Main: Opinion
        page A 4
    Section A: Main: Viewpoints
        page A 5
    Section A: Main: Calendar
        page A 6
    Section A: Main: Obituaries
        page A 7
    Section A: Main: Beach Living
        page A 8
    Section A: Main: Beach Living: Engagements
        page A 9
    Section A: Main: Beach Living: Education
        page A 10
    Section B: Sports
        page B 1
        page B 2
        page B 3
        page B 4
    Section B: Sports: Classifieds
        page B 5
        page B 6
        page B 7
        page B 8
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Vol. 43. No. 88

senators APRIL 26,2006
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Serning the communities of Atlantic Beach, Jacksonville Beach, Neptune Beach, Mayport and Ponte Vedra Beach since 1963

be constructed at 630 Atlantic
Boulevard. -L
The property is owned by-.,.
Lakeshore Village C/O MN&P
Shopping Centers in Atlanta
and agent for the owners is
Edwards Cohen, attorneys in
An application was filed last
week seeking permission to
construct the retail center. No
zoning or variance change is
required, but city officials said
the review is needed as the
developer is proposing to raze
buildings, including the former ,-.
Food Lion store, before build-.
ing the new store. "--
The review board may rec-
ommend approval, denial or
modification of the plans. That '
recommendation is then for-
warded to the city council,
which would have to decide D
whether to approve, reject or
modify the plans.
Turner said that council
meeting, which could be in
June, might also be held at the
school to accommodate the
larger crowd expected.
Plans for the superstore have ,---
drawn substantial criticism
from many in the community ,
who argue that the store is not
wanted or needed. .,
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Mary Lou Jones unpacks some of the many books donated to the Friends
of the Beaches Branch Library for the group's book sales. Books will be
sold'from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 1 to 4 p.m. on
Sunday, with a members-only preview Thursday from 5 to 7 p.m. Friends'
memberships are available at the door of the library, located at 600 Third
St. in Neptune Beach. Books cost 50 cents and up.

Atlantic Beach mayor wants

residents in May workshop

Pinot by LIZA M I HELL
Crews install a sidewalk at Gonzalez Park in Jacksonville
Beach Tuesday aftemoon. Several park improvements are

Portions of Jacksonville

Drive are sinking injJB

A portion of the intersection
at AlA and Jacksonville Drive
:is sinking and Jacksonville
Beach officials are looking to
the Florida Department of
Transportation to determine
Faulty drainage could be to
blame for damage to the inter-
section, DOT District Secretary
Charles Baldwin said in an
April 11 letter to City Manager
George Forbes.
Baldwin said the DOT plans
to review the area's drainage
system to determine the cause
of the damage and identify
any improvements that could.
be made to stop the roadway
from further sinking.
The intersection is scheduled
for improvements, including
the installation of traffic sig-
nals in April, 2008. Baldwin
said the study will be included

as part of that project.
Forbes and Baldwin met in
February to discuss potential
improvement projects
throughout the city.
Baldwin agreed to conduct a
noise study to determine if the
installation of a, sound buffer
wall is feasible on the north
side of Sanctuary Parkway.
Pedestrian signals with a
countdown indicator will also
be installed at intersections to
show the amount of time avail-
able before a signal change.
The DOT denied a request to
complete improvements to a
drainage ditch along 8th Street
from 13th Avenue North to
Seagate Avenue.
Should funding become
available, the DOT will consid-
er doing the work.
A similar drainagee project
done at the ditch along
Hopkins Creek cost $4 million
for an estimated length of
1,000 feet of improvement.

Atlantic Beach Mayor Don Wolfson
is asking that select residents be
allowed to participate in a May 9 work-
shop to discuss the City Commission's
ongoing consideration of proposed
development standards aimed at pre-
serving the city's community character.
The workshop is scheduled for 5
p.m. at City Hall, 800 Seminole' Road.
Wolfson at Monday's commission
meeting said the workshop will include
city commissioners and members of
the city's Community Development
Board. Participants plan to discuss the
issues brought up by residents at a
recent public input workshop about"
the proposed standards, he said.

New Agreement Terms:
*Comcast must keep a payment office at
one of the Beach cities.
*Cable operators must answer the
phone within 30 seconds, including wait
time, at least 90 percent of the time.
*The cable company must provide a
credit to customers if service is cut off
for more than four hours.
*Cable technicians may not cancel
appointments without first attempting to
contact the customer and must notify
customers if they are going to be more
than 15 minutes late for any scheduled
appointment, failure to comply means a
credit will be due on the customer's bill.
*If the city receives an excessive num-
ber of customer complaints more than
11 a month It will constitute a violation
of the franchise agreement and the com-
pany may be subject to damages..
*The cable company will provide at least
one governmental access channel avail-
able for government programming if
requested by the Beach cities contin-
gent on meeting a minimum threshold
of original programming per week.

Over 300 residents attended the
April 11 workshop and most railed
against the proposed changes that
would limit the size of new homes in
Old Atlantic Beach.
Wolfson at Monday's meeting said
he would like to involve "four or five"
residents in the May 9 workshop
No public input will be allowed at
the workshop.
"This [workshop] is not for a vote ...
this is for a dialogue. I think it's an
opportunity to bring citizens into this
process," Wolfson said, adding that
the commission has heard from citi-
zens but has not had dialogue.
"I think it's time to reach out."

Public hearing set

on Wal-Mart plans

AB, JB negotiate cable pact

The city of Atlantic Beach after nearly
four years of talks has negotiated a new
franchise agreement with Comcast which,
if approved next month, would- mandate
increased customer service standards such
as credits for customers who have lost
cable service for more than four hours.
In addition, a new related city. ordi-
nance is being proposed to create cus-
tomer service standards for cable service
The City Commission Monday agreed
to move forward with the new 10-year
agreement and the ordinance and are
scheduled to tentatively consider its
approval May 8. Final approval would
likely be scheduled at the commission's
May 22 meeting
. The city's last agreement with Comcast
for cable television expired in June of last.
year. And the city has been in negotiations
with the company since November of
2002 for a new agreement, according to
City Manger Jim Hanson.

The city in March of 2003 began work-
ing with neighboring Jacksonville Beach
to jointly negotiate franchise renewals as
both cities' agreements with the cable
company expired at roughly the same
time. The two cities hired a Jacksonville
legal firm with experience working with
cable companies to help with the negotia-
Much of the negotiations have revolved
around poor service which both cities
experienced during a period of time sever-
al years ago when AT&T managed cable
services. Comcast took over management
of the cable system in 2002 and service
has since "improved dramatically,"
according to Hanson.
But the cities in negotiations wanted to
ensure that the quality of service does not
drop again.
"We don't want it to happen again no
matter how good a job Comcast is doing
now," Hanson said Monday.
Also, the city will receive a one time
payment from Comcast of $22,838 for
"sponsorship of local events."

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Review board to
move meeting
to accommodate
expected crowd
A public hearing on Wal-
" .7 Mart's plans to build a 117,413-
square-foot superstore in
Neptune Beach will be held
May 16 at 7 p.m. at Neptune
Beach Elementary School.
The site for the Planning and
Development Review Board
meeting was moved to accom-
modate the crowd expected to
attend the public hearing and
speak on development plans.
In addition, separate items that
had been scheduled for the
board's consideration have
been moved to another meet-
ing, two days later.
"\'e had to set a second
meeting due to the large crowd
expected for the Wal-Mart proi-
ect," said Piper Turner, a build-
ing department employee.
The Neptune Beach review
board will meet at Neptune
Beach Elementary School, 1515
Florida Blvd. to consider an
application for preliminary
development review of a pro-
posed Wal-Mart Supercenter to

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Replacing the Beach Boulevard bridge will
have a minimal impact on residents and busi-
ness owners in the project area, JTA officials
pledged Monday
Public meetings were held at 11 a.m.,and 6
p.m. at the Pablo Creek Library to answer ques-
tions and address concerns regarding the 565
million project.
Project manager Wendy Morrow said about
35 business owners attended the afternoon
meeting and a total of 145 people attended the
evening meeting.
"The majority of the people were interested in
how the project was going to affect them and
how they were going to get in and out of their
businesses and neighborhoods," Morrow said.
Signs will be posted at businesses within the
project boundaries to indicate where the access-
es are located, she said. Access to residential
areas will also be maintained during the con-
Morrow said utility
work is under ta.
kLurist1uU 1t.:, Of til e "
north span of the new
fixed span bridge is ,
scheduled to begin in
June with an estimated
completion time. of
500 day's.
The water and sewer
utilites will be reroout-
ed to Shetter A.venue to
revere the flow from
north to south.
Routing the utilities to drawbridge
a Jacksonville Beach- The drawbridge at
owned street will make Beach Boulevard will
it easier and less expen- soon be a thing of
sive for the city to the past.
maintain, according to
the city's Public Works department.
Once the construction of the north span is
complete, Morrow said traffic will be.divertedto
that span, thus alleviating the need to wait for
the draw bridge.
"People won't have to wait for the completion
of the entire project to reap the benefits," she
said. "The general consensus is that people are
happy about the project and happy to see it
going forward."
The project will replace the existing draw-
bridge with two, high-level fixed spans. Curbs
arid gutters, sidewalks and bike lanes will also
be installed in the project area.

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The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader

April 26, 2006

Published Wednesday and Foiday.
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(P.O. Box 50129 for correspondence)
Jacksonville, Florida. 32240
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The theft of a purse and
watch valued at $510 at the
TPC Golf Course was reported
on April 17. According to the
police report, the victim placed
the purse in a golf cart while
playing at the course on April
15. At the 14th green the purse
was missing from the cart.
When she cancelled credit cards
that were in the purse, she was
informed that her VISA card
had been used six times in the
Ponte Vedra area.
Patrick Lee ,Leth, 42, of St.
Augustine was charged with
aggravated assault and criminal
mischief on April 21. According
to the police report, an assault
with a deadly weapon was made
on a resident of the 6200 block
of Old Dixie Highway tires of
the victim's truck were slashed.
The incident occurred at the
victim's residence.

Hanna L. Horton, 18, of
Jacksonville was charged with
two counts of possession of a
controlled substance and no
registration of a vehicle, accord-
ing to reports.
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The burglary of a storage shed
at a commercial structure in the
1000 block of A1A N was report-
ed on April 22. According to the
police report, entry was made
into the shed through a win-,
dow. Damage to the window, an
air conditioner, and loss of food
items were estimated at $398.
On April 22, a Ponte Vedra
resident reported receiving sev-
eral harassing telephone calls .
According to the police report,
the calls began on April 3 and
had been placed from pay tele-
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The theft of golf clubs, and
golf bag valued at $3,000 was
reported on April 23. According
to the police report, the owner
of the equipment left the items
at a club drop off in the 25000
block of Marsh Landing
Parkway at 3 p.m."on April 22. A
club employee took possession
of the equipment and placed
them in a storage facility. When
the owner returned on April 23
the equipment was missing.

Lane Johnson, 28, .of Ponte
Vedra resident was charged with
two counts of possession of a
controlled substance and pos-




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session of drug paraphernalia
on April 23, according to the
police report.

A fraudulent check was
reported April 20 in the 800
block of 6th Ave. S. The original
check was issued by a social
services agency to assist a family
with monthly bills. That check
was deposited and the fraudu-
lent check was deposited into,
an account under a different

An auto burglary was report-
ed April 21 in the 400 block of
1st St. N. The victim told police
he left a club at 1:55 a.m:,.and
found the driver's side window
broken and the windshield
shattered. A digital camera,
watch and credit card were
stolen from the vehicle. Total
loss was estimated at $1,105.

An aggravated battery was
reported April 19 in the 800
block of Shetter Avenue. A tran-
sient was observed with a punc-
ture wound to the right side of
his abdomen. The victim was
stabbed with a knife by an
unknown man driving a two-
tone blue van. The victim was
transported to the hospital for
treatment. The suspect fled the
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A residential burglary was
reported April 21 in the 1600
block of The Greens Way. The
victim told police she secured
her apartment at 6:30 p.m.
before she left for the evening.
When she returned home,
the front door was locked but a
laptop computer, ipod and
three pairs of Chanel sunglasses
were missing. There was no sign
of forced entry. Loss was $4,550.
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John David Geiger, 38, of:
Jacksonville Beach was arrested
April 22 and charged with
aggravated domestic battery in
the 100 block of 1st Ave. S.,
according to reports.

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David Ralph Ritter, 49, of
Jacksonville Beach was arrested
April 22 and charged with
aggravated domestic battery in
the 100 block of 1st Ave. S. ,
according to a police report.

Tommy Socheat Nop, 37, of
Jacksonville was charged with
resisting arrest with violence in
the 3100 block of Antigua
Drive. Officers responded to a
call of a man laying in the mid-
die of the roadway. Nop was
determined to be uninjured and
coherent but he continually
refused commands to move
from the street, police said, not-
ing Nop finally stood up but
assumed an aggressive fighting
stance toward the officer with
his fists clenched. Nop
advanced on the officer and the
pair struggled to the ground.
Nop grabbed the officer around
the upper torso and attempted
to get him in a headlock. The
officer stunned the defendant
with a Taser which increased
Nop's agitation, police reported.
Nop grabbed the device and
attempted to turn it toward the
officer while it was still in an
active cycle. Backup officers
arrived at the scene and Nop
continued to struggle against
four officers until he was finally

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A simple assault was reported
April 16 in the 90 block of West
5th Street.

A cell phone valued at $200
was reported stolen from Russell
Park, 800 Seminole Road, April

Gunshots were reported April
18 in the 1800 block of Francis
A simple assault was reported
April 15 in the 90 block of
Stanley Road.

A license tag to a trailer was
reported stolen April 18 50
block of Forrestal Circle.
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A burglary was reported April
18 in the 400 West First Street.

A set of golf clubs and a bag
valued at $1,550 was reported
stolen from a vehicle April 19 in
the 500 block of Beach Avenue.

A bicycle valued at $100 was
reported stolen from Russell
Park, 800 Seminole Road, April
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Fire equipment valued at
$1,000 was reported stolen from
a fire engine parked in front of
Jacksonville Fire and Rescue
Station #55, 850 Seminole
Road, April 15.

A burglary to a residence was
reported April 10 in the 600
block of Camellia Street.
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A vehicle was reported van-
dalized by a large rock being
thrown at it April 23 in the 1600
block of 5th Street.
A credit card was reported
stolen from a residence and
fraudulently used April 23 600
block of Valley Forge Road.

Thomas Scott Bailey, 19, of
Jacksonville arrested for posses-,
sion of controlled substance
April 21 in the 1100 block of
Atlantic Boulevard, according to
a police report.

A burglary to a vehicle was
reported April 19 in the 1100
block of Seagate Avenue.

A burglary to a business was
reported April 18 in the 1400
block of Atlantic Boulevard.

A bicycle and a purse were
reported stolen April 22 outside

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restrained, according to a police

Lewd conduct was reported
April 23 at the post office in.the
300 block of 7th Ave. N. The
victim told police that an
unknown man was staring at
her as he masturbated in. the
doorway of the post office., the
man's shorts were down and his
genitals exposed. He was not on
the scene when police arrived.

John T. Davis, 28, of
Jacksonville was arrested April
23 and charged with resisting
arrest with violence and depriv-
.,Iqg an officer of a means.of pro-
tection or communication at a
bar in the 100 block of 3rd Ave.
N., police reported Davis
refused to cooperate with police
orders to leave the bar for creat-
ing a disturbance, according to
reports. He spun away foroi an
officer as he was trying to place
him in handcuffs and kicked
the officer in the leg, the report
said.. Both men fell to6 the
ground and Da\is grabbed -the
radio from the officer's shoulder
and refused to let go of hus shirt,
police, adding he was detained
after being struck twice with a

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Two Fletcher Middle School
students who placed surfing
stickers on stop signs through-
out the city were forced by par-
ents to go to each sign and
remove the stickers.
Jacksonville Beach Police
'Officer Keith Shackelford, who
!is the school resource officer at
'Fletcher Middle, received a tip
:about the signs being defaced
and he interviewed the students,
.who admitted placing stickers.
'on approximately 20 signs in
Jacksonville Beach, police
'reported. No criminal charges
were filed and the parents of the
,students made them remove the

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Another Fletcher Middle
dent, a 13-year-old boy,
arrested (or petit theft, p(
reported, after Shackel
investigated the theft of an
player from a file cabinet in
dean's office.
The police officer question
a student who was report
trying to sell an MP3 played
school and, according to repi
the student' admitted stea
the player while retrieving
cell phone from the cabinet.
player was recovered.

Water boar

meets May

The St. Johns River \V
Management Dist
Governing Board's Projects
SLand Committee will n
May 4 to discuss initiative
improve Lower St. Johns R
Basin water quality.
The 6 p.m. meeting will
held at the Renaissance Re
at World Golf Village, 50(
Legacy Trail, St. Augustine
the Legends 1 meeting roor
District staff will offer
overview of the Lower St. Jo
River Basin Program, wh
concentrates on the last
miles of the river, stretch
from Putnam County to
river's mouth at MNayport. S
r also will present informal
on land management actisl
at the Julington-Dui
Preserve. In addition, C
County Utility Autho
Executive Director Ray A%
and St. Johns County Ut!
Diret'6r Bill Young will, proi
overviews of their respect
utilities' work to limit nutr
pollution to the river thro
improved wastewater tr
ment' technology and reusE
reclaimed water.Following
presentations, the public
have an opportunity to c
The Projects and L
Committee is a committee
the District's Governing Bc
that meets monthly at differ
locations throughout the
cou6hty District. Meetings I
,ide information about DisI
programs and projects to
public and local govern
officials, and provide a for
for public comment on
District's work.
'Committee members
District Governing Board m(
b'ers'William Kerr of Melbou
Beach, Clay Albright of Oc
tAnn Moore of Bunnell, Ji
Sowinski of Orlando z
Leonard Wood of Fernanc


Cont. from A-1
,At a May 18 7 p.m. meet'
*the Planning and Developrn
'Review Board will hear a i
zen's request to subdivid
portion of his property at
Oceanfront to create a new
cel. The meeting will be helix
council chambers at Nept
Beach City Hall.
A separate request from
Sunset Point Homeowri
Association seeks a review,
plans to construct a commit
ty dock with a 4 foot wid
357 foot long walkway, a 4 I
wide by 12 foot long gang
iand an 8 foot by 150 feet J1
minooring area/floating term
platform with associated dre
ing to serve the residents
Sunset Point subdivision, '
community is located off
Tara Court near the Kings R
bridge. The dock would be
the west side of the bridge.

Are our surroundingS
getting a little

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New minimum size

for Selva Marina lots
/ /

The Selva Marina neighbor-
hood and small, adjacent area
Monday were rezoned to have
a minimum lot size of 10,000
square feet in an effort to ,
eliminate lot divisions.
The rezoning was unani-
mously approved by the City
Commission at its meeting.
The neighborhood's former
minimum lot requirement
was 7,500 square feet. But ear-:
lier this year the City
Commission established a
new zoning category which
required a minimum 10,000-
square-foot lot size with 'the
intention of rezoning areas
which traditionally have large

lots such as Selva Marina.
The idea was to make it dif-
ficult for property owners to
divide their lots and increase
the density of such neighbor-
hoods. City staff has said that
there are few lots in the city
that could be divided and still
meet the 10,000-square-foot
minimum requirement.
Mayor Don Wolfson said he
wants the commission to con-
tinue to investigate why the
city began allowing certain
residential subdivisions. He
presented city documents
which he says indicate that a
provision in the city code that
regulated such divisions was
mistakenly removed several
years ago.

ford Pr.c.i, SUBMIT-TED
XfP3 Rick Newell, left, board member and Big Bird for Birdies Campaign, presents a $10,000
the bonus from the Players Championship to Aimee Risser, executive director of Winston Family
YMCA. Brian Goin, executive director of The Players Championship also participates. The
Dned Players Championship Birdies for Charity campaign raised over $133,000 for 33 local chari-
yedly ties. The Winston Family YMCA raised the most money of any participating organization
er at (over $32,000) and won a $10,000 bonus.
The Will use settlement $ from Johnston suit

AB commits to helping buy Buckman land
d "' *

The Atlantic Beach City
Commission Monday agreed
rater that the city will fund 25 per-
:rict cent of the cost to purchase
and over 340 acres of pristine
neet marshland off the Intracoastal
s to Waterway if an application for
iver state funding for the remainder
of the purchase is approved.
I be A group of local residents led
sort by former Atlantic Beach
0 S. Mayor Lyman Fletcher and the
, in city of Jacksonville are apply-
m.. ing to the Florida
an Communities Trust (FCTi for a
hns grant to purchase the land to
iich be transferred to the city of
100 Atlantic Beach and preserved.
ling The intent is to protect the
the land from development,
Staff according to the group.
tion Fletcher, local attorney
ties Warren Anderson and Mark
rbin Middlebrook, with the coun-
-lay try's environmental lands divi-
rity sion, presented the group's
very plan to the commission at its
ility : "
ed .

Monday meeting. '
"This is the crown jewel if we
can make this happen,"
Fletcher said, of purchasing the
land for preservation.
The land, located north of
Atlantic Boulevard Bridge, is
know as the Buckman
Pritchard Trust and has been
estimated to cost between $2.1
million to $3 million, accord-
ing to officials.
The FCT grant requires that
25 percent of the land pur-
chase be funded locally. The
state would then pay the
remainder of the land acquisi-
tion cost.
The commission Monday
unanimously approved appro-
priating 25 percent of the land
acquisition from the city's
General Fund Balance.
Approximately $110,000 has
already been raised for the pur-
chase as a result of a settlement
in a lawsuit by three Atlantic
Beach residents with the devel-
oper of Johnston Island in
.March 2005. ,i ..1

Mennvation pinneAd lfor

south JB irrigation lines

Renovations to city-main-
tained irrigation lines in south
Jacksonville Beach were
approved last week by the
Community Redevelopment
A study of the project area
conducted by Prosser-Hallock
determined that the somewhat
costly repairs to a portion of
the existing system would save
city money in the long run.
The CRA initiated the study%
last year to determine the city's
responsibility for maintaining
the irrigation lines located
along South Beach Parkway
and Jacksonville Drive.
Portions of the lines installed
by the city in the medians and
right of way were turned over
to the developers of neighbor-
hoods such as Ocean Cay,
Riptide and Paradise Key.
Planning and Development
Director Steve Lindorff said the
study identified the location
and condition of the system in
need of repair and pinpointed
areas to install additional lines.
The project will also include
the installation of a well and
pump to remove the South-
Beach park irrigation system
from the potable water supply
"One of the reasons this
appears to be extensive is that
it will involve tying in the
South Beach Park and essen-
tially the rest of the system will
end up being redone to be free-
standing instead of intercon--
nected," Planning and
Development Director Steve
Lindorff said at a CRA meeting.
"This was based on analysis
by learned individuals and we
don't have, any basis for dis-
agreeing with the price."
The cost to complete the
project is budgeted at $55,196,
including $5,340 to link the,
lines to a Well installed at
South Beach Park that will
eliminate the use of city water.
Chairman Ray Fisher said the
city experienced similar sav-
ings years ago by converting to
a well in the downtown rede-
velopment district.
"Anytime the .city provides
water to median strips such. as
we did in the downtown area it
has to be metered and paid
for," Fisher said. "That is a con-
siderable expense to the city.

One of the residents
involved in the lawsuit,
Stephen Kuti, Monday said he
and the other two residents
support the Buckman Trust
land purchase.
"It is our desire and has
always been our desire to pre-
serve Atlantic Beach for all its
citizens now and for the
future," Kuti said.
Mayor Don WoJfson
Monday thanked the three res-
idents for their contribution to
the effort.
"I sincerely appreciate all
that you've done for -us," he
said, later adding, "to the three
of you, that $110,000, we owe
you $110,000 thank you's."
That's in stark contrast to
some former commissioners
who chided the residents last
year for wasting the city's
money in the lawsuit.
WVolfson went on to say that
acquisition of the Buckman
Trust land is a unique opportu-
nity for the city.
- This is sopspecial,"._hq.said.


R eLg/t I

Any'time we can pvt a

well in and just pay elec-
tric for a pump we are
really running ahead.

Rat' Fisher.
1B Redevelopment Agency

Any time we can put a well in.
and just pay electric for a
pump we are really running
Lines installed at two new
sites on the south side of South
Beach Park and a portion of the
area's meter service will be
Transferred from South Beach
Parkway to the park's new
pump and well system.
Transferring meter service
presents the most difficulty but
the underground utility con-
tractors Miller Bros. Irrigation,
Inc. contend that the process
could offer "impressive poten-
tial savings" to the city.
The residential develop-
ments surrounding the project
area will maintain the irriga-
tion lines feeding into the sub-
; Lindorff said the city has
reimburseded approximately
$280 to the respective home-
owner's associations for costs
incurred during the removal of
their lines from the city's irri-
gation systems. ,
"For some reason or another
when they did their .irrigation
systems, they ran a line into
part of a city right of way and
we did, cut that off so we gave
them' a small amount of
money to satisfy their concerns
about the damage to that sys-
tem," he said.
In other action, the CRA also
approved $70,236 to install
sanitary sewer lines along Ruth
and Owen avenues, in the
Williams Coastal Boulevard
Heights 'section of the south
beach redevelopment area.
"There are a couple of small
gaps' in the sanitary sewer sys-
tem that :the -Public. Works
Department has identified,"
Lindorff said. "There are some
developable lots that will be
served by those lines.",
Lindorff said the' new lines
will complete the public water
and sewer system throughout
the South Beach
Redevelopment District.



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Neighbors share

library materials

St, Johns County Public Library System Director Mary
Jane Little has been named Librarian of the Year by the
Florida Library Association (FLA). Under Little's leader-
ship, St. Johns County's libraries are open to. all Florida
That means a Jacksonville Beach resident can check
an item out of the Ponte Vedra Beach Branch Library
just as easily as someone with a Ponte Vedra Beach
address. If you have proof of a Florida address, the
Ponte Vedra Beach library will issue you a card for the
St. Johns County library system no charge, no has-
Unfortunately, the same can not be said vice versa. A
Ponte Vedra Beach resident must pay $40 annually to
get a card in order to borrow any materials from any
Jackson ville-lib rary. .
A Ponte Vedra Beach resident can not-get a free card
from the Beaches library.
Little's initiative to offer -library service to the state,
rather than restrict usage to county boundaries, is part
of an effort to support statewide library services.,
Her program is commendable and hers is an idea
worth adopting throughout the state. Certainly literacy*
should not be restricted by county lines and the neigh-
borliness of St. Johns County should be repaid in kind.
We join the FLA and applaud Little's vision in mak-
ing more libraries more accessible to more people. '
It's time for Duval County libraries to adopt a similar

Letters to the editor:

W -Mart not a demon

To the editor:
Well, here we go again. As a
longtime Beaches, resident,. I
welcome the idea of, Beaches
residents having the option of
shopping at a Beaches Wal-
Mart stoie; but I must be crazy
.as I :also thought a Home
Depot would be a good.
option for Beaches shoppers.
Maybe it has something to do
with my preference for pa ying
lower prices for the same mer-
chandise. Other Beaches citi-
zens may be rich but I'm
not....and shocking as it may
seem to some, I shop at \Val-
Mart on a regular basis. In
Y-a' ,T-:haili'e ee n'. -Mrian 'fTlendsd,.
fom~~Ti c Beaifhesi':. ,, local :,
WVal-Mart stores. Don't worry,
I won't tarnish your reputa-
tions by mentioning your
names. Your secrets are safe
_with me. ..
I lived at the Beaches,:
before' K-Mart, Publix, Target,
Bealls and other large retailers,
established Beaches locations.'
As far as I am aware,'Beaches
residents welcomed them and
appreciated the option of
shopping at their stores. I do
not remember any local
opposition. Now we have
letters demonizing Wal-Mart

and Home. Depot on a regular
basis. I do not understand
why K-Mart is a welcomed
addition to Neptune Beach
while Wal-Mart is not. Big
Lots'was fine but not WVal-
Mart. A Target or Ace
Superstore in Jax Beach-' is
great yet Home Depot is a
Exactly what is the problem
with Home Depot or Wal-
'Mart coming to the Beaches?s
Is it unfair competition? Too-,
low prices? Traffic? Job loss?
Too close to residential prop-,
erty'? Special interest anti-
growth agenda? You can't
'return merchandise without a
receipt? All of the above?
I have seen many recent
articles voicing concern about
the lack of affordable housing'
at the Beaches. The articles
are correct but don't ,forget
the folks needing affordable
housing also need affordable
shopping. So do some of the
rest of us.
By the way, I don't have any
hidden agendas, do not rep-
resent a special interest group
nor do I have any web sites at
my disposal.
Tom Hall
Jacksonville Beach

Let cool heads prevail

To the editor,
Everyone who owns proper-
ty in Atlantic Beach wants
what is best to keep this a
desirable place to live. We
must find a common meeting
ground that addresses how
to settle the controversy
about property rights.' We
have a Mayor in Don Wolfson
who is intelligent, honest and'
has the best interests of our

community at heart. There,
is no doubt in my mind that
he and the city
commissioners would sign off
on any plan that would
divide neighbor from neigh-
bor and friend from
friend. Let's be fair,
listen to all the issues, and
let cool heads prevail.
Hank Hardman
Atlantic Beach



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Help build a playground for all

To the editor: openings with room for both objective of increased
Construction will begin at an adult and child to move independence and self-suffi-
the end of May: on the through the structure at the ciency.
Playground by the Sea located, same time are critical. A The Neptune Beach
at!Neptune Beach Elementary. complete. path through the Elementary PTA would like to
The Playground by the Sea playground design with ask the cQmmunity for help in'
will represent the-only truly thoughtfully designed transi- raising the remaining funds
accessible playground in the. tion areas providing room to needed. There are two. ways
Beaches and possibly the.only turn a wheelchair around to that anyone can help.
one in the greater Jacksonville change direction are also'. Neptune Beach students are
area.' To date, the PTA has important. Use of auditory currently involved in a
raised over $80,000 for this and visually stimulating scratch card fundraiser where
playground project and elements make it possibly for each student is given a scratch
approximately $10,000 is still children with : hearing or card to take to family mem-.
needed by the end of May. vision problems to happily get- bers and friends who scratch
Designed to be 100 percent involved., Our playground off a circle on the card to',
accessible to disabled chil- includes panels offering reveal the amount of the con-
dren, this new playground chimes, sign language, texture tribution that they should'
will support the MOVE special and mirrors just to name a make to the playground proj-'
education program currently few. Art easels and drums ect. Playground sponsorships
housed at. Neptune Beach round out the experience where individuals, businesses
Elementary. making this area appealing:to or organizations can "pur-.
Neptune Beach Elementary children'of all abilities.' chase" 'a specific playground
serves as one of 16 regional The Playground by the Sea element are also being sold for
sites for the MOVE (Mlobility is a two year project for the a wide range of prices ranging
Opportunities Via Educationi Neptune Beach Elementary from $250 to $3000. Each
program the only one in the PTA. The first year focuses on sponsor will be recognized on
st ate of Florida. The |MO\-E the- primary playgroun-d area ,'; a sigh'ir~'ltbe playgr.6und area.e.h
program, has re\olutionized "'which will'be 100',, accessible So tar,"the' PTA'has rece'gl'
the \aythat disabled students to students of all abilities, support from the City of
are taught and focuses on The second year will be Jacksonville, Oceanside
teaching independent living focused on the 'larger play- Rotary Club, Blue Cross &
skills. Students participating ground which will be approx- Blue : Shield, Comcast
in the MOVE program during imately 70''%' accessible and Corporation, Huxham
the past two years have made will focus on providing a wide Heating and Air, as well as a
dramatic progress. Some chil- range of elements for all:chil- number of private individuals.
dren who were never expected dren in the school and the Builders Care of the North
to walk independently are surrounding community. Florida Builders Association
now doing so. Accessibility will still be a pri- has also committed to provid-
Most local playgrounds ority in the larger playground ing volunteer labor to install
make an effort to include the in an effort to. integrate the the new playground equip-
physically handicapped with disabled students with the rest meant Individuals who would
a few ramps and sidewalks for of the children. When stu- like to help could find a local
easy access. But a truly acces- dents in the MOVE, program NBE student to participate in
sible playground goes much spend time. with regular edu- the/scratch card fundraiser or
further including elements cation students, they have contact me at 247-0399 -for
that are lower to the ground visual role models and, are more information on the
so that the child seated in a given the opportunity to sponsorships.
wheelchair can reach out observe communication on a Karen Arlington
independently when they see higher level both of which Neptune Beach
something of interest. Wider contribute to the long term

Key is creating a destination

To the editor:
When I read [the] letter,
from a citizen who advocated
the Wal-Mart in Neptune
Beach, I realized everyone, is
entitled to their opinion and
an honest debate is a positive
thing. I was also moved to
express my views after under-
standing this citizen's short-
sighted rationale. I live just
across the.ditch and spend the
majority of my time (and
money) in the Beach commu-
It seems that there is a
mediocre perception in an
area that I feel is a terrific
place to live. Consider that
we're in, a significant metro-
politan area (if not major),
have an airport close by with
quick easy access to Interstate
highways in, a coastal area
that wins awards for its beach-
es. There is only so. much
coastal real estate in the US
and perhaps we Floridians

may take that for granted.
No, we're not West Palm
Beach (thank. God) ... I'd like
to think we're a whole lot bet-
ter. The citizens of St. Marys
and points north would love
to have our beaches and infra-
The Beaches area is attrac-
tive because it was developed
by entrepreneurial business
people who share the "coastal
lifestyle" and understand the
sense of place that the beach
communities provide. Their
businesses are an asset and an
integral part of a much sought
after, unique community.
They are not just one large
parcel of corporate real estate.
Arts festivals, street fairs, live
music at 200 First Street ...
will not exist in a Wal-Mart
parking lot.
In recent years, many cities
around the country have been
confronted with this similar
issue and it seems that the

best 'decisions have been the
continued) development of a
"city center". Even our new
mall at Town Center follows'
that formula rather that
defaulting to a mega mall.
Hat's off to the local devel-
oper who. had the vision to
take the abandoned Pic N'
Save on Atlantic Boulevard
and turn it into North Beach
Center. Now, it is a destifia-
tion. Others may say it's a
military area and needs
"affordable shopping." I say,
look at San Diego! We have
Bealls, Target, K-Mart and two
Wal-Marts within 8 miles of
the Beaches.,
Americans have enough
plastic shoes made in China
to add yet another Wal-Mart.
It's time we realize that with a
little forward thinking, we
can positively' affect our area
from many years to come.
Michael A. Pasko

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I'm busy


for call

to duty

Trust me,

rules of jury.

duty are still

being addedii

A 11 of this week I have','
jury duty here. My life
is on hold asI wait tfo-
my number to come up. I"1!
may be called once, more'
than once or not at all. Every
night I have to call a special
number to hear if I'm to "i
report. So far-I haven't been
called. '
Only one other time have I
been summoned for jury'diity.
That was for a Federal case in
Jacksonville. "Juror number
22, will you please state your
name and occupation?"
"I'm Hoyle Dempsey on the
radio, I do the morning show
: The. defense attorney and
district attorney both- used
simultaneous polite terms to
suggest that I be dismissed.
T'fih judge seemed ro agreb, as
did the court reporter who.
nodded as if to say "good'call
counselors" as she typed' aWay.
The bailiff didn't seem td' dis-
appointed either, as he pointed'
to the exit sign. i .;,-
Next day I was back as'hibst
of the Big Ape Morning o.
One of my regular callers
phoned in to .say that masbe
they. didn't want a guy who
cracked jokes on the radio. 'He
felt that maybe those court
folks were afraid when the
Judge said / "Order in the
Court" that I'd stand up and
say "OK, I'll have a ham on rye
If I do join a jury of some-
one's peers, it will be the. first
time in my life that I have ful-
filled this civic duty as a proud
American. It's kind of like
being there first hand for the
second thirty minutes of aiv '
and Order.
Any one who has ever hid
jury duty knows the drill. Park
where they tell you to and you
better be on time. "You will be
screened and all weapons will
be confiscated!"- I- don't
imagine you'll get them back
after the trial either.
All of the rules are common
sense. "Do not bring pagers,
cell phones or children with /
you!" Those would really be,
good rules for theaters arid
restaurants too.
Every regulation that,
prospective jurors are warned,
not to do is probably based
on somebody already trying it.
"Your honor I don't see any
.problem with my 4-year-old,
son just sitting in the back of
the room. I brought him a;
coloring book and some chips
and dip he can share with the
accused family!"
The fact that .there are no'
regulations that restrict dogs,
cats, laptop computers and.
those cool folding director's,!
chairs, means that nobody has
tried it yet. No, I have no<
intention of challenging this!
rule, by taking my Alfred
Hitchcock replica chair to the
court. It would just be wrong
in the middle of the defense
attorney's summation to yell
Better close out now because
it is time to call to see if I report
tomorrow or any more "don't
dos" have been added.
Hopefully my lucky silver dol-
lar won't set off the metal
detector tomorrow. If I can't
flip old Susan B. Anthony how
am I supposed to decide the
verdict? Just kidding! They
don't call me Citizen Dempsey

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More letters to the editor:

Political aspirant has

cost SJ real money

To the editor:,
So, the Judge has ruled!
Seldom have I ever seen a
more clear-cut waste of tax-
payer money than the judi-
cial action against St. John's
County by the Surfrider.
Foundation regarding beach.
access in Ponte Vedra Beach.
Months of hearings, filings,
cross-filings, lawyerly submis-
sions and, sadly, political
showmanship have cost. us
dearly for nothing more than
that which the County has in
its Beach Management Plan.
The County has. beach
access frequency standards
and Ponte Vedra meets them.
The Surfrider Foundation has
standards, on its Website, and
Ponte Vedra meets them.
Before the judicial process
began, there were NO entries
in the County citizen com-,
plaint system regarding beach
The case brought two com-
plaints: some of the access
points were to varying
degrees impeded by foliage,
and there is an ordinance
prohibiting parking on Ponte
Vedra Boulevard.
With regard to the first
complaint, please join me in
thinking like a taxpayer and a
County budget chief. You
have no demand from the cit-
izens for beach access at the
impeded access paths; your
Beach Management official
tells you that fully opening a
path would cost $15,000 for a
proper wooden walkover for
the dunes. There axe sLx of 14
access paths on question. You-
look ait the rest of your budg-
et demands. Nope, no

demand, we have other prior-
ities..Solution: send a letter to
the neighbors asking them to
clean up their act or the
County will do it and send
them a bill. Did we need gag-
gles of lawyers and a judge for
this bit of common sense?
With regard to the second
complaint, please joinr me in
thinking as a taxpayer and a
sheriff. Anyone who has driv-
en on the Boulevard has
observed how narrow it 'is.
Joggers and bicycle riders are
a worry. Without major road
construction, there could
never' be parking between'
Corona Road and Solana. The
lawyers for the plaintiffs corn-
plained that the County
ceded 34 feet of "right of
way" on the 'west side of the
lBoulevard to the property
owners. Utterly irrelevant!"
Observe the large number
of driveways that, join the
Boulevard between those two
roads. Know that there is a
road safety requirement that .
there must be more than 20
feet on either side of a drive-
way so that a driver joining.
the road can see oncoming
traffic from both directions.
Measure the number of
spaces between driveways
where, after allowance for-
safety, there is room left for
an automobile. You'll find
space for only 35 cars. We can,
only imagine the cost of dig-
ging up people's lawns,
installing drainage and
paving, 'all for 35 spaces.
Put yourself in the place of
the 74 homeowners in ques-:
'tion. I don't live there, but I

can guarantee you that you'd
need a legal steamroller to get
that done. At the same time,
the sheriff would be arguing
most fervently that those ran-,
domly spaced parking places
have no correlation to the
access paths, and that parents
and children toting chairs,
coolers and other beach'
equipment would be scam-
pering across the Boulevard
between cars and through
,Should the county acquire
house property to build park-
ing lots? Well the empty ones
are going fast for $2 million
dollar homes. How about just
taking a couple of lots by gov-
ernment eminent domain
procedures? Big bucks, lots of
lawyers, not practical and
what a headache!
Not to mention our friend
the County budget manager
and his boss the County
Administrator, by this time
they are both jumping up
and down shouting: have you
all gone nuts?! How did we
'get into this mess?
Well, a political aspirant
from Jacksonville Beach
needed an issue to keep his
name in the papers and
decided that by grabbing the
hand of the Surfriders and
harassing Ponte Vedra Beach
and St. John's County with
thinly veiled class warfare
might get him .some votes.
The voters didn't, fall for it
and he didn't win, but we St.
John's taxpayers are paving
the bill.
Douglas C. Worth
Ponte Vedra Beach

Return land for proposed

Wal-Mart to residential zone

, To the editor:
Everybody who has paid
any attention at all knows
that Wal-Mart's business plan
is to wipe out' the competi-
tion. Wal-Mart doesn't
believe in promoting commu-
nity businesses as so many
business owners in Town
Center have worked so hard
to do. No, Wal-Mart just
wants to put them out of
business. If a Super Wal-Mart
is built in, tiny Neptune
Beach, these are some of the
businesses Wal-Mart will be
competing against: K-Mart,
ACE, Tire Kingdom, Tires
Plus, the tire stores on
'Atlantic Beach, Beall's outlet,
Bio-Max, Walgreen's, CVS,
Book Mark, Shorelines, the
Dollar Tree, specialty clothing
shops in Town Center,
NMonahan's, Jo-Ann's, Aqua
East surf shop, Winn-Dixie,
Publix, the gas stations, and
more. Think of all the empty
storefronts that pop up in
other small cities where Wal-
Mart has come in. And think
iof all the other stores and
restaurants we've lost in. the
current condo-building fren-
Wal--Mart exists to 'make
money for the super-rich
Walton family and other
shareholders, not to help our
'community, not to bring jobs
with sustainable wages to our
community, not to improve
our way of living. Wal-Mart
doesn't care if a community
doesn't want its store there -
Wal-Mart's track' record has
shown that 'if Wal-iMart
thinks it can take over the
market and make money,
then it's willing to play the
Sbig bully to get what it wants.
There are two Super WVal-

Marts within less than 10
miles of here, and there isn't
even enough space to build a
'full sized Super Wal-Mart in
this location. And aren't
Super Wal-Marts open 24
hours, meaning there will be
people coming into our conm-
munity 24 hours, too? Won't,
.the neighbors backing up to
Wal-Mart be hearing business
sounds 24 hours, too? And
won't we need more police to
deal with problems that mid-,
night influxes of people
Our Atlantic Boulevard and
3rd Street are already clogged
with traffic in the area Wal-
Mart has targeted for, build-
ing. Our community has
fought off proposals to widen
our streets into super-high-
ways to flow even more traffic
through our community..
That would undoubtedly
change if Wal-Mart'moves in
I can imagine Wal-Mart will
,work very hard to have the
streets expanded to make.sure
it's easy for. their customers to
come to this new store. And
the minimum-wage workers
will have to come over the
bridge to get to work, increas-
ing the traffic flow even
more, because Beaches devel-
opers are busily ripping out
existing affordable housing to
build lucrative condo projects
that only well-heeled people
can afford to buy. Once Wal-
Mart gets a foothold in our
community, it will then
swing a very big stick to get
whatever it wants in a very
small town. '
I have no doubt that, like
many. other development
proposals that have been pre-
sented to our city, .the Wal-
Mart developer will make

whatever promises the city
asks for to get their project
approved (some include no
amplified noise at night, cof-
fee shop closing at 6 pm, .no
openings facing nearby resi-
dences to hear air-wrenches,
only a snack bar for property
residents, etc.), even dis-
cussing lawsuits before the
fact as thinly veiled threats
intended to scare the city into
rolling over and playing dead.
When they get approvals, I
have no doubt they will do
like the rest of that breed of
developers seems to do, turn
around and do something to
make more money, possibly
at the cost of neighboring res-
idences and/or businesses,
with no one willing to stop it.
If it was up to me,. I'd see if
the land where Wal-Mart
wants to build a Super Wal-
Mart could be returned to its
original zoning of residential,
since there seems to be so
much demand for residential
property these days.
While it's heartening to
hear that most of our city
councilors understand fhe
negative impacts of Wal-Mart
on our community, one city
council member seems to be
completely "tone deaf" on
this issue. For whatever rea-
son, one council member
seems committed to do what
ever it takes to help Wal-Mart
succeed in its bid to plant a
store our city, at the expense
of existing local merchants
and business owners and resi-
dents. Too bad that elected
councilman refuses to repre-
sent those who elected him
and who are speaking so
vocally on this issue;
Lynda Padrta
: .Neptune Beach

Save Atlantic Beach seems to benefit a select few in city

To the editor:
When I first saw the "Sav,
Atlantic Beach" signs, my first
reaction was one ,of relief. I
was pleased to see that a,
movement was finally under
way to limit the building of
.too-large, buildings on,'too-
small lots.
So I went to the website
and read the information
there. To my surprise, the
name of the' movement .is
very misleading, and the pur-
pose' of 'this. new "Save

Atlantic Beach" ,, group
appears 'to, be to continue t' b
build too-large buildings oni
too-small lots. Perhaps a bet-
ter title for the group would
be' "Save Our Real Estate
Commissions." From my per-,
spe'ctive, only real estate
agents, developers, and land
investors stand to gain from
,The fact is that property
near the ocean is always
going to appreciate in value.
I moved to Atlantic Beach

from south Florida in .1992.
"The quality 'of life here, the.,
beachy, unique homes, the
quiet community all made
us happy we moved here.
Now; it looks like' South
Florida development has
found its way here.: Three-
story, buildings with eleva-
tors. Huge monstrosities
blocking sunlight and ocean
breezes, not to mention lack.
of privacy in one's backyard.
I'm reminded of the lyrics
from a Joni Mitchell song:'

"They paved paradise and put
up a parking lot." ,'"
Residents need to make a
distinction between true
quality of life for the majori-
ty of us, ,and the few that
stand to profit from "Save
Atlantic Beach." Let's. really
save our town and come up
with ,sensible ways to 'pre-
serve our .quality of life,
before it's too late.

Sherrie L. Trechel
Atlantic Beach

Jax Beach police department a big assist at San Pablo school

To the editor:
Thank you, Jacksonville
Beach Police Department!
San Pablo Elementary
recently held their 5th Grade
DARE Graduation ceremony,
culminating 10'weeks of study.,
, Students were taught the
dangers of drugs, alcohol, and
tobacco, as well as how to deal
with peer pressure and
strangers. Moving up to mid-

"die school can be a scary time
for students and parents.
Corporal Tony Bennek did an
outstanding job of preparing
the students for the years
ahead. His classes showed
concern for his students and
their future. The graduation
ceremony brought together
nqt only the students and
their parents, but many mem-
bers of the Jacksonville Beach

Police Department, including
Chief Bruce Thomason.
Jacksonville Beach City
Council member Penny
Christian was also present and
helped Corporal Bennek hand.
out awards to the students.
Our students were so proud of
their accomplishments and
were honored to have such an
impressive show of support
from family, friends, and com-

munity. Thank you, Corporal,
Tony Bennek, and the
Jacksonville Beach Police
Department for Continuing to
believe in the DARE program
and our students!'
Dianne Hellhake
and the other
fifth grade teachers
San Pablo Elementary

Mandatory Freshman Experience class is affront to parent's rights,

To the editor:
I would like to applaud Mr.
John Meeks on' his letter to the
editor regarding the, new
mandatory class Freshman
Experience at Fletcher. Sr.

Having three children
attend Fletcher so, far with a
fourth to start in the fall, I too
must speak out. One of my
children would probably have
benefited 'from this study

However, I strongly resent
that there is no opt-out option
for parents to exercise. This
smacks of public school men-
tality, "We know what's, best
for yoti child."
If a parent does not feel

their child has need of this
class, then we should have a
say., I would ask that the
school board revisit this aspect'
of this course. ,
Laura B. Miller
Atlantic Beach

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Gift sale: BMC Beaches
Hospital will have a gift sale
from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the
main lobby of the Beaches
Hospital, 1530 13th Ave. S.,
Jacksonville Beach. Baskets,
purses, jewelry and other gift
items will be offered. The sale is
open to the public.

Memorial service: The
Mattie T. Wright Chapter of the
United Daughters of the
Confederacy will have a
Southern Memorial Day Service
at 10 a.m. at H. Warren Smith
Cemetery, Beach Boulevard and
Penman Road, Jacksonville
Beach. Call 223-3025 for infor-

Lunch and Learn: Robert
"Chip" Patterson, chief of the
Emergency Preparedness
Division, Fire & Rescue Dept.,
will speak during "Lunch and
Learn" from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at
the JCCI Conference Room.
Call Esther at 904-396-3052 for

Thursday, April 27
Celebration of Spring: The
Ilth Annual "An Epic
Celebration of Spring" will be
held through April 30 in St.
Augustine. Call 904-829-3295
or visit www.epiccommunity-
services.org for information.

Fund-raiser: The Ribault
Garden Club will have their first
fund-raiser at 10 a.m. at 705
2nd Ave., Jacksonville Beach.
The dub will raise money for a
scholarship for a student of agri-
culture studies. Call Jackie
Fetherston at 543-8664 for

Constituent meeting: The
Duval County School Board will
hold a community meeting
with constituents at 6 p.m. at
Keman Middle School, 2271
Kernan Blvd. S.

Friday, April 28
Cultural Center: A photogra-
phy exhibition featuring photo-
graphs by Jay Shoots, Dominick
Martorelli and Paul Karabinis
will be on display through June
2 at the Cultural Center at
Ponte V"edra Beach, 50
executive Way; Ponte Vedra
*Beach. Call 280-0614 or visit
www.ccpvb.org for information.

Book sale: The Beaches
Branch Library in Neptune
Beach will have a book sale
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. today
and April 29, and 1 to 4 p.m.
April 30, with a members-only
preview April 27 from 5 to 7
p.m. The sale is sponsored by
the Friends of the Beaches
Branch Library.

Cooking class: An all organic
grain and vegetable cooking
class will be held from 5:30 to
7:30 p.m. at Persephone
Healing Arts Center, 485 6th
Ave. N., Jacksonville Beach. The
class is free. Call 246-3583 for

Saturday, April 29
Life Line Screening: Life Line
Screening will be held at
American Legion of Atlantic
Beach Post 316, 1127 Atlantic
Blvd., Atlantic Beach.
Appointments start at 9 a.m..
Preregistration is required. Call

Earth Day celebration: The
Natural Living Alliance of St.
Johns County will sponsor an
Earth Day celebration at the St.
Augustine Amphitheatre, locat-


ed on Anastasia Boulevard, one-
quarter mile south of the light-
house and just north of the Elks
Lodge, from 11 a.m. 'to 3 p.m.
Admission and parking are free.
For information, visit www.nat-

Sandcastle contest: The
Annual Beaches Sandcastle
Contest will be held on the
beach in front of the Sea Walk
Pavilion at 1:30 p.m. 247-6236.

Book-signing: Seafood expert
and cookbook author Leslie
Pendleton will be at The
Bookmark at 7 p.m. to demon-
strate how to make recipes from
her new cookbook "Simply
Shellfish: Quick and Easy
Recipes for Shrimp, Crab,
Scallops, Clams, Mussels,
Oysters, Lobster, Squid and

Sunday, April 30
Parade: The 60th Annual'
Beaches Parade will be held in
downtown Jacksonville Beach,'
starting at 2 p.m. There will be
floats, marching bands and
more. 247-6236.

Adoptive families: Adoptive
Families of the First Coast will
have an introductory and orga-
nizational meeting from 3 to
4:30 p.m. at the Ponte Vedia
Library. Call Cindy
Chamberlain at 285-6237;
Donna Wheeler at 246-9382;
Norma Rae at 543-0002; or
Susan Caserta at 273-2177 for

Tuesday, May 2
DAR: The Ponte Vedra DAR
Chapter will meet at 10:45 a.m.
at Sawgrass Country Club,
10034 Golf Club Drive, Ponte
Vedra Beach. Chapter regent
Marianne Hibbard is the speak-
er. Call 992-7463 for informa-

Senior discussion group: The
Beaches Senior Center will host
a current events discussion
group at 1:30 p.m. Call 241-
3791 for information.

Parent education presenta-
tion: "A Parent's Perspective on
Vaccinations: A Shot in the
Dark or an Informed Choice?"
will be presented at 6:30 p.m. at
First Baptist Church, 5Q1 2nd
Ave. N. Call 246-2891 to R.S.Vi

Community health educa-
tion: Baptist Medical Center
Beaches is offering a communi-
ty health education class titled,
"Natural Hormone
Replacements" from 7 to 8 p.m.
in Conference Center Rooms A
and B, 1350 13th Ave. S.,
Jacksonville Beach. Call 376-
4902 or 627-2910 for informa-
Wednesday, May 3
Women's connection: The
Atlantic Beach Women's
Connection will have brunch
from 9:30 to 11 a.m. at the Selva
Marina Country Club, 1600
Selva Marina Drive, Atlantic
Beach. There will also be a fash-
ion show. the cost is $12, and
child care is ,available.
Reservations are requested by
May 1. Call Susan at 904-714-
9962 or Mary at 904-223-1002.

Concert: Singers by the Sea
will present a "Scatter the
Sunshine" concert at 2:30 p.m.
at Beach United Methodist
Church, Seventh Avenue North
at A1A, Jacksonville Beach. A
reception will be held after the
concert. The event, is free. Call
285-6691 for information.
Beaches Watch: Beaches
'Watch will meet at 7 p.m. in the

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at Fletcher High School. The
meeting is open to the public,.

Thursday, May 4
American Legion: Ocean
Beaches American Legion
Auxiliary. Unit 129 will meet at
7 p.m.. at 1151 S. 4th St.,
TJacksonville Beach. Bring a
guest. 249-2266 or 242-0042.

Friday, May 5
Cinco de Mayo.
Teen Movie Time: "Teen
Movie Time" will be held at
3:30 p.m. at the Beaches Branch
Library, 600 Third St., Neptune
Beach. "Dude, Where's My
Car?" will be shown. Call 241-
1141 for information.

Saturday, May 6
Art festival: The second
annual Art in the Park Festival
will be held at 10 a.m. at Bull
Park. Call 247-5828 for informa-

Book-signing: Connie
Donaldson will read from and
sign copies of her book "Heart
of a Lion" at 11 a.m. at the
Cultural Center at Ponte Vedra
Beach, 50 Executive Wav. Call

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Sea turtle volunteer orienta-
tion:: Volunteer orientation and
phase 2 boot camp for the 2006
sea turtle season will be held
from 7 to 8 a.m. on the beach.
Visit wvw.BSTP.net or call 613-
6081 for information.

Shrimp Festival: The 43rd
Annual Isle of Eight Flags
Shrimp Festival Arts & Crafts
Show will be held today and
May 7 in downtown
Femandina Beach. ,

Job seeker workshop: Christ
Episcopal Chiuch is sponsoring
a free job seeker workshop at
the Christian Formation Center,
Room 108, 400 San Juan Driver,
Ponte Vedra. Call 285-6127 or e-
mail crhbeach@'comcast.net for
information or to sign up.

Sunday, May 7
Concert: Singers by the Sea
will present a ""Scatter the
Sunshine" Concert at 2:30 p.m.
at Beach United Methodist
Church, 7th Avenue North at
A1A. Jacksonville Beach. A
reception follows the concert.
Admission is free. Call 285-6691
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Desiree Christian Barritt

Freddie James Schukis

Desiree Christian Barritt, 18,
died April 20, 2006. She was
born in Gainesville and moved
to Jacksonville and then to the
Beaches as a young child where
she attended school. As a
young child she developed a
special attraction to butterflies
and enjoyed watching them
and receiving anything with
butterflies attached, according

Leon Bonnett

Leon Bonnett, 87, died April
22, 2006 after a long illness at
his residence in Jacksonville
Beach. He was born Sept. 5,
1918 in Ocilla, GA arid was a
retired businessman. He
attended the University of
Georgia and served in the U.S.
Army during WWII as First
Lieutenant, was a Charter
member of the JCA, and a
member of Congregation
Ahavath Chessed.
. Family members include his
yife of. 59 years, Josephine;
son, Richard (Sheila) Bonett of
New Port Richey, and
Jerome Bonnett of

to family.
Surviving are her .mother,
Tammy Winter, a brother,
Tyler, grandmothers, Laretta
Mitchel and Sharon Parker and
other relatives and friends.
Private family .services have
been held.
Arrangements by Hardage-
Giddens- Funeral Home in
Jacksonville Beach.

Jacksonville Beach;
grandson, Rhett Bonnett of
New York, NY, and many
nieces and nephews.
A graveside service was held
Monday in Greenlawn
Cemetery, King David Section,
with Rabbi Matuson officiat-
.In lieu of flowers memorial
contributions, may be made
Community v Hospice of ,
NorthEast '. Florida,' 4266
Sunbeam Rd, Jacksonville, FI
Services under the
direction of Quinn-Shalz
Funeral Home.

Freddie James. Schukis, 46,
died April 19, 2006 in
Richland, TX. He was born
Sept. 30, 1959 in Portsmouth,
He was employed as a
Correctional Officer by the
Texas Department of
Criminal Justice in Tennessee
Colony, Texas, and served on
the police auxiliary in
Jacksonville. Growing up, he
always wanted to be a police-
man and was a member of the
.Police Explorers in high
school, according to .family,
who said he loved bowling,
was an avid fisherman,
NASCAR fan, and Jacksonville
Jaguars fan. He also loved
his farm in Texas and enjoyed
cooking, family members
'Family members include
his wife, Pamela; son, Freddie
James Schulkis, Jr., daughters,
Ashley Lynn Schukis-
Cameron (Donald). and
Belinda Kay Schukis, step--
daughters, ; Jessica and
Jaquelin Bator; granddaugh-
ters, Brooklin Paige Cameron

and Julianna Penny
Cameron; grandson, Noah
Ross Cameron; mother,
Patricia Joan Schukis, sisters;
Deborah Ann Patrick, Leah
Ann Wilkes (Glenn) and
Frarncine Joann Gobeille
(Paul) as well as many nieces
and nephews.
His father,. Francis Joseph
Schukis, grandmother, Ann
Lass,. niece, Bethany Noelle
Gobeille and nephew, Dalton
Andre Gobeille, preceded him
in death.
Funeral services were' held
at 10 a.m., Monday in
Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home
with the Reverend Patrick G.
Wilkes officiating. Interment
immediately followed at
Greenlawn cemetery, 43,00
, Beach Boulevard,
jacksonville. A memorial
service will also held at
Corley Funeral Home in
Corsicana, Texas on
VWednesday, April 26, 2006 at
3 p.m.
Services under the direc-
tion of Quinn-Shalz Funeral

Michael Kevin Shalz
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Jackie Fetherston, President of Ribault Garden Club, address-
es the membership at a recent business meeting. Anyone.
interested in horticulture, floral design and conservation is
asked to call 246-4641 for further information.

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Charles Edwin Daniels

Charles Edwin Daniels, 89,
died April 21, 2006 in the
Hadlow Center of Community
Hospice. He was born April 16,
1917 in Beaufort, SC and
moved to Jacksonville in 1982
from Birmingham, AL. He was
a Command Sergeant Major
U.S. Army, Ret., and a veteran
of WWII and Korea.
Family members include hi.s
wife of 67 years, Florence Clark
Daniels; daughters, Leslie
Daniels and Ruth Ann (Steven)
Gutman, both of Jacksonville;
sons, Stephen Daniels, Charles
H. (Elaine) Daniels both of
Jacksonville, Douglas (Shav)
Daniels of Houston, TX;

Daughter-in-law, De
Daniels; 14 grandchildren
10 great-grandchildren
was predeceased by his
Guy E. (Deborah) and
A graveside service v
held at 11:30 a.m., Thu
April 27, in Oaklawn Cer
with the Reverend James
as Celebrant from.Sar
Catholic Church.
In lieu of flowers, me
contributions may be m
Angelwood Inc., 601
Newnan St. Jacksonvil
Services under the dir
of Quinn-Shalz Funeral F

Barbara C. Noble

Barbara C, Noble, 72, of,
Atlantic Beach, formerly -of
Hingham, MA., died April 2,
Born in Quincy, MA on
March 16, 1934, she was the
daughter of the late Johnson
W. and Vera G. Crowell. She-
was a member of the St. John's
Episcopal Church of Hingham,
She is survived by her sons,
Richard Noble, Jr. of Atlantic'
Beach and J. Robert Noble
(. Sandra) of Jacksonville,
daughters, Donina ,N.
Goedecke (Mark) of Ponte,
Vedra Beach and Lee Ann

Atlanitic Beach,, gran
dren. Kristen J. Anderson
NM. Goedecke, Kimber
Goedecke, Zachary R.
and. Jake H. Noble,
grandson Taylor B. And
and a cousin Marilvn V
Hingham, MA. In addit
her parents, she
preceded .in death by
husband Richard Noble,
Services will be held o.
13 at 1 p.m. at the
Hills Cemetery, Braintree
Arrangements provide
the Hardage-Giddens Fi

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Michael Kevin Shalz, 46,
died Saturday, April 22, 2006,
at his Jacksonville Beach resi-
S dence. He was born on-Nov..
-borah '30, 1959, in St. Joseph, Mo.,
en and and graduated in 1978 from
i. He Central High School in St.
sons, Joseph, where he competed in
John track and was a former state,
high jump champion in
ill be Missouri.
ursday, He was a second-generation
meter funeral director, graduating in
s Moss 1982 from the University of
n Jose Central Oklahoma with a
bachelor's degree in mortuary'
moral science.
ade to He also received a Bachelor
North of Science degree in psycholo-
le, FL gy. from Missouri Western
State College. He was a certi-
ection fled funeralservice practition-
Home. .'er and owner of Quinn-Shalz,
A Family Funeral Home in
Jacksonville Beach. He was
formerly general manager and
area vice president "for Service
... orp. International, the par;:
ent company of Hardage-
Giddens Funeral Homes.
of Before relocating ,to
dchil- Jacksonville in 1994, he was
1, Gary managing director of, the'
lyv A. .Muehlebach Funeral Home in
Noble Kansas City, Mo. He was
great- active' in civic organizations
erson, in Oklahoma, Kansas and
Vey of Florida, including serving on
ion to the board of trustees for the
was Oklahoma chapter of the
y her Leukemia Society and the
Sr. board of governors for the.
n May v Jacksonville Chamber of
Blue Commerce.
e, MA. 'Locally, he served on the
.d by board of Mission House, the
funeral Ponte Vedra Rotary Club and
the Exchange Club. He also
served on the Board of
Community Hospice of North
Irge East Florida, and was a mem-
are ber of the Knights 'of
Columbus and Our Lady Star
'is of the Sea Catholic Church in
e1d Ponte Vedra Beach.
SFamily, members include
S his wife of 14 years, Mary

Quinn Shalz; '.'S.:
son, Jacob Quinn
S h a I z ,.
9; and his par-
ents, Lester J.
and Marilee
S h a I z
of Wathena, Shalz
Kansas; broth-
ers,Mark Shalz of Wathena
and Nick Shalz of Gladstone,
Mo.; sisters, Michelle (David)
Miller of St. Joseph, Tiffany
(Marc) Sindelar of Papillion,
Neb., and Shana (Allen)
Dooley of San Antonio,
Texas; and numerous aunts,
uncles, nieces, nephews and
'Cousins; in-laws General Jack
and Kay Quinn of Ponte
V e d r a
Beach; and brother-in-laws
Tom Quinn of Ponte Vedra
Beach, Bill Quinn of Atlantic
Beach and Father John
Quinn, ST now serving as an
Army Chaplain in Iraq,
_ Michael Quinn of _H,avala;,
arind Daniel t-Quin- -of
Washington, DC.
Visitation was held
Tuesday in Quinn-Shalz, A
Family Funeral Home. A Mass
of Christian burial will be
celebrated at 11 a.m. today,
Wednesday, in Our Lad)y Star
of the Sea Catholic Church
with Monsignor Daniel.B.
Logan as Celebrant and,
Reverend William Kelly
will concelebrant. A recep-
tion will follow in the church
Cultural Center. Private
inurnment will be held at a
later date in Oaklawn
The family, requests no
flowers, Memorial contribu-
tions may be made to the
Jacob Shalz Education Fund
c/o Quinn-Shalz, A Family
Funeral Home, 3600 Third
Street South, Jacksonville
Beach, FL 32250.
Services under the direc-
tion of Quinn-Shalz Funeral


Skin Cancer Screening
A free skin cancer screening will be
offered at Ponte Vedra Dermatology on
Saturday, May 6, which is National
Melanoma Screening Day.
Dr. David Harvey, Kelly John, PA, and
Elise Hazzartl, MSN, ARNP will conduct
the screening exams. In addition to a
free skin cancer exam, screening partici-
pants will receive educational materials
on skin cancer prevention and recogni-
tion, and sample packets of sunscreen.
Baptist Beaches is supporting the ini-
tiative by scheduling appointments. A
team of the Baptist Beaches Auxiliary
will be on site to conduct registration
and provide other assistance. The May 6
screening event will be held 8:30 a.m. to
noon. Appointments are required and
can be made by calling Baptist Beaches
Community Relations @ 627.2910 or
Baptist Medical Center Beaches has;
joined forces with the American
Academy of Dermatology (AAD) and
with dermatologist Harvey Ponte Vedra
Dermatology in supporting the 20.06
National Melanoma Screening Day.
Since 1985, the AAD's skin cancer screen-
ing programs have offered free exams to
more than 1.6 million people and detect-
ed more than 162,300 suspicious lesions,
including 19,000 suspected melanomas.
This year the AAD is urging dermatolo-
gists across the United States to offer free
skin cancer exams in as many locations
as possible on National Melanoma
Screening Day. The AAD hopes that this
year's effort will achieve a Guiness World

Book record for the number of free
screenings conducted at the same time!!
Skin cancer is the most common type
of cancer. Those at high risk f6r devel-
oping skin cancer include those age 50 or
older, persons that are fair skinned with
blue eyes and red or blonde hair, those
that have frequent unprotected exposure
to the sun, and anyone that experienced
a serious sunburn during their childhood
years. When detected early, ,skin cancer
is highly treatable.
Melanoma is the deadliest form of skin
cancer because it can quickly spread to
other organs in the body. Most of the
risk factors for melanoma are the same as
those already listed, however melanoma
often occurs in younger individuals,
even in teenagers. Individuals with
many moles, are at higher risk, as
melanoma often occurs in an existing
mole. Fortunately, melanoma is also cur-
able if detected in the early stages. (For
more information on the'AAD's national
initiative to promote skin cancer detec-
tion, visit their.website @ worldrece-

T'ai Chi Day to be observed
Practitioners of t'ai chi will participate
in World T'ai Chi and Qigong Day on
Saturday, April 29, at 10 a.m. at Cobalt
Moon Center, 217 First Street, Neptune
Also, as part of the local celebration of
this 2,000-year-old form of exercise,
films of Professor Cheng Manching will

be shown free to the public on Friday at
7:30 pm at Cobalt Moon Center.
World T'ai Chi & Qigong Day begins in
New-Zealand at 10. a.m. and is celebrated
by those who enjoy the many physical
arid spiritual health benefits associated
with t'ai chi. First developed in China,
t'ai chi is a, series of gentle movements'
designed to exercise the muscles, joints
and organs of the body. Studies have
demonstrated that the regular practice of
t'ai chi provides 'a wide scope of benefits
ranging from lower blood pressure and
increased bone mass to fewer episodes of
anxiety and depression, according to
organizers of the local event.
The World T'ai Chi & Qigong Day
event in Neptune Beach will begin at 10
a.m. All attending will do approximate-
ly a half hour of whatever form of t'ai chi
they practice.' All forms of t'ai chi are
welcome. Members of the general- public
may also participate, following the
movements as best they can. Those
wishing to participate are encouraged to.
come half an hour to 15 minutes early.
More information about World T'ai Chi
& Qigong Day and the benefits of t'ai chi
can be found at www.worldtaichiday.org.
Each Sunday, Cobalt Moon Center also
sponsors free Yoga and T'ai Chi Practice
for Peace at the Water Studio 'located at
214 Orange Street. Yoga begins at 10 am
and t'ai chi starts at 11:30 am. The t'ai
chi consists of silent rounds of the Yang
Short Form as developed by Manching.
These rounds are open to all. For infor-
mation call 246-2131 for details about
upcoming and ongoing classes.

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A bout six y'a s ag
a eiia e0 y rda'under-
went a life-changing
event and as a result became
focused on ways topromote
good health for herself and
S After being diagnosed with
an aggressive formniof breast
cancer, she determined to'
take an active role in regain-
ing her strength and health s
following surgery and treat-:
Nordan said that she had
gotten into, the habit of eat-
ing too much fast food and
: had not paid much attention
to healthy eating.
As she began a study of
nutrition and health, she
found that the food and diet
from her native"Spain and
other Mediterranan areas was
highly recommended by -
many sources. .'
Returning to her roots and
eating the "ethnic foods"
that she and her husband
had always enjoyed became
one of'her strategies for bet-'
ter health. '' '
Nordan is married to Gene
Nordan, a popular beaches
entertainer whose play "The
Piano Bar" was presented' by
Players by the Sea'ealier this"
year. '
S Maria was the stage manag-
er for the production and
also appeared in the play.
T he 'couple live in Atlantic
Beach in a 1930s-era house
that Gene moved from the

thnic-style dashes made with healthful ingredients.

fcus. on, goodelh

lanni g hir diets,

make it good," saidNordan. high ntritionalvalue. She
Lentils are included in grinds them fresh daily ina
their diet on a regular basic coffee grinder for use in
as they contain an abun't t ing. Nordan
'i dance of folate, iron, and sadthather research indi-
S'' 'manganese, she said. Her cates that flaxseeds are bene-
COOKS family is from Zaragoza, ficial to the heart, bones,
Spain, and her recipe for immune system and skin.
waf'rni t ; Lentil Soup is prepared as it In her recipe for,
waterfront8in Mayport in is done there. Homemade Granolat, Nordan.,
1988. The soup is simple and 'includes.ground and whole
Their focus on good health quick with a pinch of three flaxseeds with rolled oats and
includes 2-mile walks daily spices to give it a distinctive, nuts.Thegranola is coated
and what they refer to as a flavor. Pre-cooked brown rice with barley hiailt flavored
"common sense" approach to or a handful of white rice (as with vanilla and
Florida living based on keep-' it would have been done in 'cinnamonJ.Use the granola
ing their home and yard free Spain) can be addedto the for snacking or serve itas
of chemicals and pesticides. soup. ',Nordandoes with blueberries
'The couple's diet now Spanish Omelet is a dish and cherries for a dessert
includes a variety of foods' ', commonly servedat picnics packed with nutrients.'
which Maria's research indi- in'Spain, said Nordan. Aioli'
cate will promote and main- would accompany the-omelet The following'are sorne of ;
tain health. One of her '''and the crusty bread eaten Maria Nordan's recipes for
sources for nutrition informa-.' ith it in Spain. To be safe, healthful living."
tion and recipes is '"Eat 'Nordan always makes Aioli
Well/Stay Well" published by with organic eggs and always
the Readers Digest. keeps it cold. She serves : .LENTIL SOUP
The food onttheir table Aioli with whole grain flat
typically include whole bread with the omelet. 1 med onion
grains, lentils, soy, flaxseeds, Seafood was a common,
organic vegetables and fruit, .ingredient in coastal areas of 3 carrots .
nuts, eggs, and some seafood. Spain 'like Barcelona where
She has,however, not sacri- Nordan lived as a child. 2 stalks celery
ficed flavor and taste to" Mussels/Shrimp/Calamari '
achieve':her goal.i : Espanol and Paella would be 2 sm zucchini .
Using seasonal fruits and served at festivals there, she .,
vegetables offersthe best said. A platter of Nordan's cloves garlic
taste while also ensuring that combination of seafoods '
throughout the year they "Espanol" looks colorful ad Olive oil
consumer vVariety of foods, tastes delicious. '
she said. Her recipe s:for eth-'l Nordan serves squares of 2' cups lentils
nic'foods from the Italian Polenta topped with :
Mediterraneanr and other', mushrooms, artichokes; and 8 cups vegetable broh
areas of the world provide spinach. Goat cheese adds a
ample ways to :cook delicious special flavor to this dish.
'meals. "'' Flaxseeds are another food
"I like to make it fun and that Nordan uses for their See RECIPES,'A-10

Saturday of congestive heat ASSOU AI L LAEI IUK
failure at his Jacksonville
Beach home. He was 46. mortuary science from
He spent nost of his life in Central Oklahoma
a largelyimisunderstood busi- _University.
ness. Mike Shalz managed funer-
But Shalz took all the xys- al homes in Oklahoma and
tery and fear out of planning 'Missouri before relocating to
a funeral.,He humanized the Jacksonville in 1995 with his
process, easing one of the wife of 14 years, Mary, a
biggest crises ina person's:: teacher atfPonte VedraaPalm
'life withia caring and consid- Valley Elementariy School
er heart.Their 9-year-oldson, Jacob
it was no act. attends Rawlings Elementary .
A small-town boy from 'Shalz once,was an area
northeast Kansas, Shalz grew vice president for a mam-
to love and honor his chosen moth corporation billed as
profession like his parents, the largest provider offiinr-
Lester and Marilee Shalz, al, cremation, and cemetery
both licensed funeral direc- services in'North America.
tors. What he really longed for,
"'You only hadE to sho however, as to own, a fmi-
him something once," ly-run funeral home like his
recalled' Lester Shalz, a parents.
recently retired fu iner direc- In 1999, Shalz got his wish
tor for 32 years in St. Joe. When he teamed with his
"He was a funeral direc--: father-in-law,retired U.S.
tor's funeral director." '' Army Gen. Jack Quinn, and
Mike Shalz followed in his brother-in-laws Tom and Bill
father's footsteps, earning a' Quinn of the Beaches tb :'
bachelor's degree in mortu- form Quinn-Shalz Funeral
ary science from Central Home in Jacksonville Beach.
Oklahoma University. He When he died Saturday,
also earned a bachelor of sci- Shalz was sole owner of the
ence degree in psychology funeral home and arguably
from Missouri Western State at the pes x of his profession-
College. alcareer., '
; Shalz's younger bo tr' deS "Hie had reached i," s 'aid
SMaik, is a funeral director in Marilee Shalz, a formerth,
Gladstone, Mo. ''. school teacher who left the'
SBut it was Shalz's superior classroom to help her hus-
people skills learned at a' band run Colonial Fuderal
young age as his father's Home in St. Joe.
assistant and Mhoned oyer the Said Tiffany Sindelar, one
years by mentors'such as of Mike's three sisters: "He
'funeral directors 'Pat Mays treated every family as if it
and Glenn Dunn of' were his own."
Oklahoma, and Jim i : ':Shalz visited Arlington
Harrington of Kansas City, National Cemetery for the
that made him successful. first time last September.
S"He loved people," Marilee Dressed in a dark suit, and
'Shal said about her oldest of despite having to stop peri-
six children, 'raised in tiny odically to catch his breath,
Wathena, Kan. (population Shalz toured most of the
1,000). sprawling cemetery. He easily
"He never forgot his roots. set a record for the most pur-
He called us almost every chases in the gift shop.
day. He was like' our One of those purchases, a
.Godfather. Whenever'we had drawing of a sentinelpacing
a big decision to make, we in front of the Tom'b of the
always asked Mike's advice." Unknowns, hangs in the
Shalz was diagnosed with funeral home off South 3rd
Hodgkin's disease right out Street.
of college.d He beat it after Shalz never served in the'
'.survivipg"four hours of sur- military (he was blind in one.
gery td remove his spleen. eye), so he cannot be buried
In' high school, Shalz was a at Arlington. But he helped
gangly youth with steel bury many veterans and he
springs for legs. He won the consoled countless survivors.
state high jump title as an He had an insatiable
underclassman and once curiosity for history arid
Water-skied 60 miles up the human nature.
Missouri 'River -against the 'And for someone who
current spent his life helping others
"When Mike made his manage grief, Shalz always
Mind up to do something, managed to keep a smile on
he'did it," said Lester Shalz, his face. '
who' also earned a degree in That smile will be missed.


photo submitted
The bi-annual Friends of
:the Library book sale
begins Friday at the
Beaches Branch Library
in Neptune Beach. Hours
of operation are 10 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Friday and
Saturday and 1 to 4 p.m.
on Sunday. Books are
marked between 25
cents and $4. On .
Sunday, a grocery-size
bag of books can be pur-
chased for'$7. For more
details on the book sale,
call the library at 241-

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People &Places

Jacquelyn Bates and Dr. Maurice Richardson IV


Jacquelyn Van Scoten Bates
and Dr. Maurice Howe
Richardson IV, both of
Washington, D.C., have
announced their engagement
to be married.
The bride-elect is the daugh-
ter of Jacquelyn Dwelle Bates of
Ponlte Vedra Beach and Walter
Irving Bates II of Lititz, Pa. She
is a graduate of Episcopal High
School- and Sweet Briar (Va.)
College. She is employed by
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer and

Feld of Washington; D.C.
The groom-elect is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Howe
Richardson III of. Brookline,
Mass. He is a graduate of
Roxbury .Latin School and
Harvard, University. He is
employed by Emergency
Medicine Associates of
Rockville, Md.
The couple plan to wed on
Saturday, June 10, 2006, in
, Washington, D.C.

The National Society of High
School Scholars has recognized
Fletcher High School student
Rebekkah Flournoy, of
Atlantic Beach for superior aca-
demic achievement.
Flournoy joins more than
150,000 NSHSS members rep-
resenting 15,000 high schools
in nearly 20 countries.
The Meninak Club presented
$5,000 scholarships to two
Beaxhes-area students, Gus
Fulton-Wiley of Fletcher High
and Jenna Tynan of Nease.
Rachel Dobbs, Miss Ponte
Vedra Beach, will appear in the
60th annual Beaches Parade
Sunday, April 30, in
Jacksonville Beach. Dobbs is a
junior at Florida State
University majoring in psy-
chology. She plans to be a high
school guidance counselor.
An introductory andi organi-
zational meeting of Adoptive
Families of the First Coast will
be held from 3 p.m. to 4:30
p.m. Sunday, April 30, at the
Ponte Vedra Branch Library. ,
The purpose of the new
group will be to bring parents

Rebekkah Flournoy
and children of all ages togeth-
er for domestic and interna-
tional adoptions. For more
information call Cindy
Chamberlain at 285-6237,
Donna Wheeler at 246-9382,
Norrma Rea at 543-0002 or
Susan Caserta at 273-2177.
Jared Evan Policastro, a
2000 Nease High School gradu-
ate, will receive a master's
degree in business administra-



Joanne, Lee Woodward. of
Floyd, Va., and David Jonathan
Cooter of Jacksonville Beach
have announced their engage-
ment to be married.
The bride-elect is the daugh-
ter of Richard and Joan
Woodward of Floyd, Va. .She is
employed as a drafting assis-

The groom-elect is the son of
John Cooter and Don and
Vicki Causey of Jacksonville
Beach. He served in the U.S.
Marine Corps and is studying
political science in Dublin, Va.
A wedding date has'not been

photo submitted
Jenna Tynan of Nease High and Gus Fultoh-Wiley of Fletcher
High receive awards Monday night from the Meninak Clubof
Jacksonville. The students each received $5,000 college schol-

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Scott and Jenny Davis of Jacksonville announce the birth of a
son, Hunter Lakin Davis, on Thursday, April 13, 2006, at
Memorial Hospital.
He weighed 7 pounds, 6 ounces and was 20 inches long.
Maternal grandparents are Norman Erstad and the late Jean
Erstad of Jacksonville. Paternal grandparents are Rick and Brenda
Frazier of Jacksonville Beach.

F rthe -ds

staged at 2 p.m. Saturday at
Books-A-Million, 738 Marsh
Landing Parkway, Jacksonville
Beach. Call 273-8055 for infor-
MUSEUM offers hands-on
activities, play-and learning
opportunities for kids from
9:30 a.m, to 5 p.m. Monday
through Saturday at 8580
Beach Blvd., Jacksonville.
Admission is $3.50 for chil-
dren ages 1-3 and $5.50 for all
others. Call 642-2688 for
information. .
UM LOFT is a multi-genera-
tions learning'environment
that offers 16 hands-on sta-
tions for children and adults
to explore the concepts in
modern and contemporary
art. Entry is free with paid
entrance to the Jacksonville
Museum of Modern Art.
Children are admitted free
every Sunday for family Free
Day at 333 Hemming Plaza in"
downtown Jacksonville. Hours
of operation are 11 a.m. to 5
p.m. Tuesday, Thursday and
Friday, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Wednesday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Saturday and Noon to 5 p.m.
Sunday. Call ,366-6911 for

it minisf' o/ The Silver Cord

Wednesday Evenings
6:30 PM
Hosted by eptune Baptst Chwrk
4073rd Str Neptme Beach, FL 32266
Registration is required.
For more info or to sign up, call 723-3600
or visit us at www.TheSilverCord.org.

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Kindermusik and playday
classes Tuesday to Saturday in
Jacksonville Beach and Ponte
Vedra Beach for children from
birth to age 7. For
Kindermusik, a music and
movement program for all
ages, children are divided by
age group. Playday is for walk-
ers to 26 months old and
'includes parachute play,
climbing and musical activi-
ties. Preschool children and up
attend without parents. One
trial class is free. Call 249-3828
for information.

Jared Policastro
tion from Florida State
University on April 29.
Policastro' is a financial 'advisor
with Morgan Stanley, in
Tallahassee, and is a candidate
for the certified financial plan-

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ner designation.
He is the son of Mary and
Jerry Policastro of Ponte Vedra-
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Lisa McHellen was named "employee of the year" at Jacksonville Beach Elementary School.


Kindergarten registration
is under way at Finegan
Elementary. Children must be
5 years old by Sept. 1, 2006. A
certified birth certificate,
physical, up-to-date immu-
nization record, social securi-
ty number and proof of
address are needed. Hours are
9 a.m. to noon and 1 p.m. to
3 p.m. through Aug. 7. Call
The Beaches Resource
Center Foundation will pub-
. lish a cookbook for the pur-
pose of fundraising and to
raise awareness of its services
to local school children and
their families.
The cookbook reflects
recipe favorites shared by
local teachers, parents, school
children, business profession-
als, social service volunteers,
community leaders, Beaches
Resource Center staff, and a
host of other individuals who

believe in helping children.
The cost is $10 and all pro-
ceeds will benefit the Beaches
Resource Center Foundation,
a 501C (31 organization. To
order a cookbook, call 270-
8200 or e-mail Linda
Hemphill at
Located on- the campus of
Fletcher High School in
Neptune Beach, the Beaches
Resource Center is a school-
based social services collabo-
ration serving Beaches area
schools, the children who
attend them, and their fami-
The Resource Center offers
a variety of psychological,
educational, health, 4nd
social services programs, all
free of charge. Schools served
by the Beaches Resource
Center include Fletcher High,
Fletcher Middle, Mayport
Middle, Marine Science
Education Center, Atlantic

Beach Finegan, Jacksonville
Beach Mayport, Neptune
Beach San Pablo, and
Seabreeze elementary schools.
Foreign high school stu-
dents are scheduled to arrive
soon for academic semester
and year program homestays,
and the sponsoring organiza-
tion needs a few more local
host families.
Duval-area families interest-
ed in learning more about
student exchange or arrang-
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2 med onions
6-7 eggs ior egg substitute-
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olive oil
sea salt
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add onions and cook (onion
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Take potatoes and onion from
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mixture (with the additional
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the heat so it doesn't brown
too fast. Use the spatula to
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all around the circumference.
Shake the pan frequently to
keep it loose on the bottom.
Place the plate over the pan
and turn the omelet out on to
the plate.
Add another tablespoon of
oil on bottom on pan and
slide the omelet back to cook
on the reverse side. Remove
when it is golden by turning
pan on to serving plate.
Makes 2 8-9inch omelets.

I whole egg
Icup olive oil
1 tbsp wine vinegar or
lemon juice
F1 tsp sea salt
3 cloves of garlic (crushed)
Put egg, wine vinegar, and
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2 cups rolled oats
I cup flaxseed
one-half cup almonds
one-half cup walnuts
2 T ground cinnamon
two-thirds cup barley
Tbsp vanilla extract
1 cup of blueberries (fresh
or frozen)
1 cup of cherries (fresh or
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one-half cup of flaxseed lin
an electric coffee grinder, add
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1 lb large shrimp
one-half lb. calamari
olive oil
sea salt
8 tomatoes
med onion
3 cloves garlic
4 or5 sprigs of parsley
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April 26 2006


* The Fishing Leader
* Who will Jaguars draft?
* Sports Briefs

" Tebow steals show in spring game


A glimpse

of future

at Gators"


In football there are no
Legends of the Spring. Still,
even casual observers had
to be impressed with Tim
Tebow's debut at quarterback
in last Saturday's Orange and
Blue game at the University of
Tebow was 15-of-21 in the
passing department for 197
yards and a touchdown.
Numbers-wise he surpassed
Gators starter Chris Leak's
totals of 17-of-33, 145 yards,
one interception and no TDs.
It was one very-controlled
spring game with special rules
like no tackling the quarter-
backs and 13 potential starters
sitting out for a variety of tea-
sons. But make no mistake
\ about it, Tebow looked mature
and confident in his debut.
To casual fans, maybe the
most important thing was
Tebow led the Orange side to
a 24-6 victory in front of an
estimated 45,200 Gators faith-
Beneath the surface, howev-
S er, Tebow was even more
impressive He made his sec-
ond and third reads, checked-
down for receivers out of the
backfield, didn't lock onto
hideouts on deep routes,
threw accurately on the run
and never panicked when the
pocket collapsed, as it did
many times Saturday.
To be sure, Tebow did those
same things while piloting
Nease High to a state champi-
onship last December. But to
see him do it amidst the speed
and complexity of a big-time
college program like Florida's
bodes well for the future of
S the Gators' offense.
While he still has a great
deal to learn and coaches
work to refine his throwing
mechanics, Tebow benefitted
greatly by enrolling early at
UF and getting a season of
spring practices under his belt,
There's no quarterback con-
troversy at Florida Leak is
the starter and Tebow is being
groomed to assume the role in
20)07 but in most ways
Tebow is a better fit for head
coach LIi ban Melver's spread
offense. That was especially
evident on option plays, a sta-
ple of the Gators' attack.
The 6'3", 230-pound Tebow
is bigger and more Imposing
than Leak. Defenders must
respect his ability to keep the
ball on option plays, as well as
toss it to a trailing back. On a
number of occasions Saturday,
the QB waited until a Blue
lineman or linebacker com-
mitted to stopping him, then
expertly flipped it to the run-
ning back for a big gain. That,
alone had to bring a smile to.
Meyer's face
The former Nease star show-
cased his arm strength and
accuracy as well. Tebow hit
receiver David Nelson in
stride down the left sideline
for big gains on consecutive
plays late in the game. The'
first play was negated by a
penalty but both throws were
on the money.
Leak, too, had his moments
in the Orange and Blue con-
test and showed veteran lead-
ership at times. He's a Gators
captain and has held up
remarkably well while diplo-
matically answering every ,
"Are you worried about losing
the starting job to a fresh-
man" question. .
So there's reason for joy in
Gainesville. Leak will
undoubtedly be better next
fall after another spring and
summer under Meyer's tute-
lage. And with Saturday's tan-
talizing glimpse of what
Tebow has to offer, the subse-
quent three years are full of
promise as well.

Urban Meyer quickly tried to
defuse any hint of controversy.
"Chris Leak is our quarter-
back," Meyer said repeatedly fol-
lowing Saturday's Orange and
Blue game that signalled the end
of spring football practice.
That the Florida head coach
needed to quash any and all
inquiries was made necessary by
the play of freshman Tim Tebow
who guided the Orange side to a
24-6 %ictory in front of 45,200
Gators fans. Tebow completed
15-of-21 passes for 197 yards
and tossed a 16-yard TD pass to
Kenneth Tookes.
The former Nease High star
outplayed incumbent starter
Chris Leak, who passed for 145
yards and threw an intercep-
Mleyer was adamant about
Florida's quarterbacking hierar-
chy, but the head coach must
already sense the buzz about his
freshman's performance.
"That's a great water-cooler
story," Meyer said. "That's a
great discussion over coffee in
the morning. [But] Chris Leak is
our quarterback and Tim Tebow
is going to be a guy that's going
to play. We're going to let him
grow as a quarterback."
It seemed clear cut before
Saturday's scrimmage. Tebow
had struggled a bit during prac-
tices, still adjusting to college
life in the classroom and on the
field, and Leak is the three-year
starter who guided UF to a 9-3
record last season.
But in a game in which quar-
terbacks wore red non-contact
jerseys and a number of starters
sat out for safety reasons, Tebow
displayed enough confidence
and poise to make fans wonder
which QB is the best ht for
Meyer's spread offense.
"Since the first day, coach
Meyer has said I am his quarter-
back," Leak said. "I have all the
confidence that this is my team.
I am the captain of this team.
I'm so confident in these guys
and about this year. I am just
'real excited abodutgetting
Heavily-recruited by Meyer
during a senior season in which
he led Nease to its first-ever state
championship, Tebow is seen as
Florida's most renowned fresh-
man since running back Emmitt
Smith in 1987. He was named
the state's "Mr. Football" for
2005 after throwing for 3,442
yards and 34 touchdowns and
rushing for 1,045 yards and 21
more scores.
Tebow finished his high
school career with 9,940 passing
yards, 13,050 yards of total
offense and 159 TDs all state
Meyer has said Tebow will
play some next fall, but he's also
been protective of the young
signal-caller, limiting his scram-'
bling ability in practice as well

Phro,.;, Oy ROB DeAlhGELO
ABOVE: University of Florida freshman quarterback Tim Tebow fires a touchdown pass Saturday during the annual Orange and
Blue spring game. Tebow, who guided Nease High to a state championship last December, completed 15-of-21 passes for 197
yards in leading the Orange team to a 24-6 victory.
BELOW: Former Fletcher High star Kyle Jackson does push-ups on the sideline during Saturday's game. Jackson, a member of
the Gators' Blue team, suited up but did not play in the contest.

as his exposure to the media.
Following Saturday's game,
Tebow said he's making progress
in learning the Gators' offense
and his role in it.
"The more you get a feel for it,
the more comfortable you are
and the more the game slows
down for you," he said. "I think
that's just kind of how it was."

NOTES: Former Fletcher High
star Kyle Jackson suited up for
UF's Blue team but did not play.
Instead Jackson went through a
series of stretching and agility
drills on the sideline.
Jackson is seeking to regain
his starting role in the Gators'
defensive backfield.
During the pre-game "Circle
of Life" contact drills at midfield
Saturday, an amped-up Tebow
jumped in looking to go head-
to-head with someone in a full-
contact battle. Meyer wisely
steered his freshman QB away
from the action.

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Senators in hnt for district baseball title

Senators ace Justin Preckajlo was slated to take the hill in
Tuesday's District 1-6A semifinal game.

One district tournament win

means first regional playoff

appearance in last 10 years
FROM STAFF" time the teams met on St.,
FROM STAFF Patrick's Day at the Baseball
SGrounds in Jacksonville.
The Fletcher High baseball The Mustangs' most recent vic-
team was set to begin district play tory over the Senators came in
Tuesday against Orange Park. The the Gateway Conference semifi-
Senators entered the event as the nals. In that contest, a five-run
top seed. seventh inning broke open a tie
The District 1-6A Tournament, ballgame to give NMandarin an 8-
'is taking place at Sandalwood 3 win.
High,: which is where Fletcher
locked up the No. 1 seed with a B .
come-from-behind win over the '
Saints on April 11. In that game,
right-hander Justin Preckajlo
allowed just three hits over seven
innings and clubbed a first-
inning solo home run to help his
,own cause.
Preckajlo, voted the 1-6A
Player of the Year, was slated to -
start against Orange Park. The
Raiders defeated Sandalwood, 5-
0, on Monday to advance to the
tournament's second round. Tied at 3-all heading into the
The five-team district also last frame, the Mustangs'. Chuck
includes Buchholz and Mandarin. Thomas, who had earlier
The final may come down to smacked a solo HR for the first
another Mustangs-Senators score of the ballgame, singled up
match-up. The teams met three the middle. Phillip Gibbens next,
times during the regular season worked Preckajlo for a walk and
with Mandarin winning the Michael Covey's infield single
series 2-1, including the last two loaded the bases.
games. Conrad Morales struck the big
Fletcher was victorious the first blow for Mandarin with a two-

run double off the base of the left-
field wall at Jacksonville
University's Brest Field. A couple
of hits and an error later, the
Mustangs upped their advantage
to 8-3.
Preckajlo, who pitched a com-
plete game, gave up 10 hits to
Mandarin. It was the second time
the senior faced the Mustangs
this season.
Senators head coach Ke-mn
Brown said it could be a case of a
good team becoming familiar
with his ace.
"Justin pitched very well,"
Brown said. "He made a couple of
mistakes and he knew it.
Thomas's home runri was one and
when he came back to the
dugout he said he just the ball out
over the plate a little too much.
But with a good-hitting team like
Mandarin sometimes a few mis-
takes can be enough."
With a first round bye thanks
to its No. 1 seed, Fletcher needs
just one victory in the. district
tournament to reach the regional
playoff for the first time since
"Our ultimate goal remains to
get to the state playoffs and we're
still on tack," Brown said.
Fletcher is also seeking to
regroup following last Thursday
night's 16-0 loss to Wolfson High.
It was the Senators' worst defeat
of the season and came on senior
-night, but with the district seed-
ings already sewn up, the loss did
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Lots of redbass, some with plenty of spots

T ots of redbass are being
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the party boats most of the
Capt. Mark Williams went
back into action last week and.
was rewarded with excellent.
catches. Last Wednesday, Capt.
Mark, with. Steve and Bill
Sawyer Jim Gowan and Craig
Roberts, brought home their
limit of .snapper to 12 pounds
and released 18 other big snap-
On Saturday, Capt. Mark
took Larry and Anne
Kuhbander to a northeast spot
about 14 miles offshore and
,r '. i %--d


iced down their limit of
grouper to 15 pounds, two red
grouper, two snapper at five
and 12 pounds and lots of
Charlie 'Catish" Miller and
Mike Youngblood didn't take
long Friday morning to bring
their limit of pompano over
the pier rails. It wasn't long
before most of the anglers had
clams on their hooks and were
bringing in big pompano.
Chuck Maynard released a
26-inch cobia last Friday. He
caught it on a lost rig with a
live shrimp. Whiting, pom-
pano, yellowmouth and lady-

fish were caught from the pier
all last week.
Capt. Kirk Waltz fished from
his "Enterprise" last Thursday
with Frank and Tracy Hunter
near the carrier basin rocks and
caught 22 yellowmouth trout
weighing up to three pounds.
On Saturday, Capt. Kirk
fished with friends Jim
McCollum and his son Mike at
the rocks and caught 11
sheepshead, 23 redbass, four
jacks,,a trout and 14 ladyfish.
Canal guide John Dyrssen
fished with: Dwight Hibbard
last Wednesday in the feeder
creeks below the McCormick
Bridge and used live shrimp to
catch 11 speckled trout, three
flounder and eight redbass.
Capt. Mike Morris, with Bill
Barton and his son, Billy, fished
the big jetties with live shrimp
and jigs last Thursday morning
to catch 11 sheepshead, three
blues and nine redbass to 30
Scott Stevens and two friends
fished only nine miles off the ,
beach and brought up six snap-
per to seven pounds.
Capt. Dave Sipler and Ken
Hubbard used live shrimp

This week's history picture includes former members of the Shark Club and avid pier fishermen
from left, a young Roger Walker, Bobby Deane, Greg Fields and Mike Chachos with a shark they
had just caught and the jaws of another they caught from the old Jacksonville Beach Pier in 1974.

Which needs will Jaguars

fill in weekend NFL draft?

C oach Jack Del Rio's
Jaguars are souped up
_dand eagerly awaiting the
NFL draft. The topic was to be
a hot one at Tuesday's annual
media luncheon at Alltel
This is the annual hoedown
at which coaches are on the
griddle to' tell the latest about
their draft hopes. The media.
Welcomes the chance to grill
everyone from Del Rio to
James Harris, chief of the draft
squad, and even coach Wayne
Weaver, owner, guiding hand
and the last word when it.
comes to who stays and goes
for the coming summer train-
ing camp.
"Things may have been quiet
at the stadium," aJaguars
spokesman said. last week, "but,
that doesn't mean the wheels
haven't been turning. There are
many plans we hope will make
the summer drills really
What the Jaguars will be
looking for in the draft, April
29-30, may include many posi-
tions although Jacksonville's
brass is crafts not to divulge
too much. One thing they
won't be looking for, however,


ing job and don't anyone for-
get it.
Then Leftwich has his own
caddies, David Garrard and
Quinn Gray, as "backups", on
the sideline just to make it
look good.
One of the prime questions
the boys (and girls) will surely.
put to Del, Rio, Harris, Weaver
and even to director of college
scouting Gene Smith is, where-
fore does the coming strategy
leave long-time ace Fred Taylor,
one of the finest running backs
in the NFL but a player who

continues to be plagued by
The Jaguars, at least the
higher-ups, have indicated that
Fearless Fred is still theirman,
even at the ripe old age of 30.
So far, they have no plans to
offer Taylor to the Salvation
But Taylor has been around
the pros a long time. He didn't
just get off a turnip truck from
the farm. He knows things can
change as often as a baby's,
The powers that be were
going to be grilled Tuesday at
the Alltel feed, but few secrets
would be revealed.
How does Jimmy Smith
stand, for example, if Fred
Taylor is feeling the heat of
change? How safe is the
Jaguars' all-time catcher-scooter
at the age of 37?
There's a feeling of Del Rio
and the others itching for
youth to inject the needed gas
for the drive to the Super Bowl.
Smith and Taylor know they
could be vulnerable because
neither is strictly a Del Rio
man. They are leftovers from
the Tom Coughlin Era. As
much as age, that alone makes
them suspect.

Photo submitted
Hugh Williams, Eric Anderson and Tyler Patterson with the winning fish in the recent El Cheapo
Sheepshead Tournament. Their winning fish weighed 10.5 pounds.-

under their floats to net 20
speckled trout to five pounds,
15 redbass to 26 inches, a jack -
and a yellowmouth.
Capt. David and Mike Morris
anchored along the big rocks
last Thursday'and pulled their
limit of sheepshead off the
rocks. The next morning David
tried the surf at Hanna Park
and pulled five drum, six whit-
. ing, several pompano and a
blue up on the beach. .
Al Wiltshire, Don Sutton and
Richard Bell tfihed the sloughs
at 16th Avenue south and on
the rising tide caught four
pompano, four blues, 30 whit-
ing, two jacks and a trout; .
Jetty guide Fred Morrow,
with Glenn Fraser and Terry
Your an last Wednesday morn-
ing, used live shrimp to catch
21 redbass, (27 to 38 inches)
three drum to five pounds and
a sheepshead.
On Saturday Jim Oliver and
John Dugan fished with Fred
but they tied the creeks north
of Sisters Creek and caught

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nine redbass to 27 inches, three
trout and two flounder.
James Gergley and friend J. R.
on their day off last Monday
took live shrimp and jigs along
the river fishing from their
"Head Hunter" to catch 30 red-
bass and several trout and

On Tuesday, morning James,
with Matt Hamilton and
Jonathan Moran, went back to
the same area with live shrimp
and jigs and caught two dozen
reds along with 10 flounder.
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Fletcher High senior Rachel Sale, center, signs a swimming scholarship offer from
Georgia Southern University last Friday. Attending the signing were front row from left:
Senators AD Joe Reynolds, Barnes Sale, Rachel, Leslie Sale, Fletcher principal Helene
Kirkpatrick. Back row: FHS swim coach Rich Banks, two of Rachel's brothers and swim
coach Bob Anderson.



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April 26; 2006

The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader

.Aerobics by Beverly takes
place Mondays and Wednesdays
from 5:30 p.m. until 6:30 p.m.
at the Neptune Beach Senior
Activities Center. Program fea-
tures circuit training, cardio kick-
boxing, step and body sculpture.
For more information phone
616-2218 or 270-1688.,

Baseball School
The Sunshine BasePall School
will take place at Wingate Park
In Jacksonville Beach on the fol-
lowing dates: I'
June 5-8; June 12-15; June 19-
22 and June 26-29.
Instruction takes place
Monday to Thursday from 8:30
a.m. until 3:30 p.m.
The Sunshine Baseball School
features instruction from
Fletcher varsity coach Kevin
Brown, and current Senators
assistant coaches Dr. Jim
Timmons and Boomer
Cost is $125 per session and
includes lunches, drinks and T-
shirt. For more information con-
tact Dr. Jim Timmons at 223-
1664 or 521-2687.

Basketball Camp
Tommy Hulihan's Beaches
Basketball Camp at St. Paul's
School takes place July 24-28.
Camp for those entering grades
3-5 is from 8 a.m. until 11 a.m.
Camp for grades 6-9 takes place
from 12:30 p.m. until 3:30 p.m.
Cost is $85, but registration
after July 1 is $90. For more
information visit www.beaches-
basketball.corn or phone
Tommy Hulihan at 349-2611.

Bud Beech Camps
The Bud Beech Summer Camps
at Nease High School begin May
Ten weekly sessions are avail-
able, most of which run from
Monday through.Thursday. The
cost of each session is $55 half
day [9 a.m. to noon or noon to 3
p.m.] or $95 extended day [9 a.m.
until 3 p.m.] -
Campers may.choose the
morning camp that runs from 9
Sam. to noon an select basket-
ball, soccer, flag football or
dance/gymnastic: The afternoon
camps run from noon to 3 p.m.
and offer basketball or cheerlead-
S ig.
For more information or an
application formi,call 904-686-
4075 or email beechjr-Ccom-

Football Camp
The 2006 Coach Craig
Howard Football Camp, which
takes place May 22 through May
25 from 9 a.m. until noon, is for
boys or girls entering grades 3
through 8.
The four-day.non-padded
youth camp is designed for
young, energetic players who
want to learn about football and
have fun. Cost is $85 and
includes a T-shirt.
For more information send an
e-mail to neasefootball@bell-
south.net with name and
address to receive a brochure.

Girls on the Run
Registration is now open for
Girls on the Run of N.E.
Florida, an after-school pro-
gram for 3rd to 6th grade girls
that combines running and
training for a 5K 13.1 miles
run/walk, along with healthy
living education and life les-
Spring programs take place
at various locations through-
out Ponte Vedra Beach,
Atlantic Beach and Neptune
Beach. For more information
phone (904) 321-4315 or visit

The 13th annual Take a
Swing at Cancer Golf Classic
will take place April 28 at
Sawgrass Country Club.
Registration begins at 11:30
a.m. with play starting at I
Claude Nolan Cadillac,
Barbara Maple of Watson
Realty and Nader's Pest
Raiders are sponsoring on-
course contests including a
"Putt for $10,000" and a
"Million Dollar Hole-in-One."
Gold and Diamonds Direct 2
and Nader's will also sponsor
the "Diamond in the Rough"
contest in which a 'one-carat'
diamond will be in one of the
There will be a silent auc-
tion and cocktail reception at
6 p.m. and dinner party at 7
For ticket and event infor-
mation, contact the American
Cancer Society at 249-0022.

Golf Instruction
Free golf instruction being
offered at the Jacksonville
Beach Golf Course. The free
adult new player clinic takes
place the third Saturday of each

T Chexlfgadiwrg <. month beginin'g,ai4..pm" i :
-The Ponte VeiiaTaTihei. are -,,- .QOn, fourth, Stur,day o o
seeking a few responsible individ- each month will be a free class
uals to help coach youth cheer- for juniors (ages 6 to 17) at 4
leading. No experience necessary, p.m.
training will be provided. Pre-registration is not neces-
Head coach rmust be at least 21 sary and equipment is available
years old, and assistants must be for those who need it. All class-
at least 18. r" i es are taught by academy pro-
To volunteer, phone fessionals Nicky' Martin, Mary
ShariGruhn at 285-9915 or e-mail Lyons, Cooper Osbome and
sgruhn@Caomcast:net. Sandy Suckling.
I "For more information phone
Football 476-2603.

Registration for Ponte Vedra
Pop Warner football and cheer-
Sleading, as well asjunior pro-
grams, will take place May 6 and
May 13 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.
at the pavilion at Cornerstone
For more information on the
Ponte Vedra football and cheer-
leading programs visit pvaafoot-
ball.com. ,

Nease sport ph'sicals will take
place April 29 from 9 a.m. until 11
a.m. in the high school gym. Cost
is $10. Athletes may log on to
FHSAA.org to get the physical and
liability form. For additional infor-
mation about the Nease physical
phone 819-8300 and ask for

Beaches Pilates classes take
place Tuesdays and Thursdays
from 9 a.m. until 10 a.m. at
Hollie's Dance Studio. Cost is
$5. First hour/first class free.
Phone 234-0038 or visit
beachespilates.com for more

The Ponte \'edra Socer Club is
conducting a Harley Davidson raf-
fle to raise funds for a
training/educational facility at
Davis Park.
A total of 5,000 tickets, at a cost
of '$20 per ticket or six for $100,
will be sold with the grand prize
of a 2006 black Harley Davison
fuel-injected Fat Boy motorcycle.
Drawing will take place May 13
at the PVSCs annual spring picnic
at Davis Park Tickets are available
online at PonteVedra-
SoccerClub.com or at Bogey Grille,
Oceanside Cleaners and Play it
Again Sports or through PVSC
members and their families.

St. Paul's Sports
SL Paul's summer sports camps
feature participation in team sports
and age-appropriate activities.
Basketball, flag football, kick ball,
tag and more are offered. On
Friday's, campers have pizza and go
to Beach Bowl.
Camp sessions are weekly from
the end of May until late July. For
more information visit
ww.beachesbasketball.com or
phone Tommy Hulihan at 349-

Strollerfit exercise with your
baby. Outdoor classes where
mothers turn their strollers into
portable exercise machines-are tak-
ing place in Atlantic Beach
Thursday and Saturdays, and Fort
Caroline MN ondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays from 9:30 a.m. until
10:30 a.m.
For more information phone
Siobhan Reigle at 997-8364 or visit

Prholo u, ROB DeANGELO
Fletcher High's Belia Rodriguez (14) scores a touchdown in girls flag football action last
Wednesday. The Senators defeated Paxon High and Stanton Prep to make it to the district semi-'..
finals, but suffered a season-ending loss to Lee on Thursday. ,

The Grom Surfing Associa-
tion [GSA] is now called JaxPier
Surf Camp and is still located at
2nd North. The contact number
is 651-2843.
Application forms and dates ,
can be found on jaxpier.com.
JaxPier Surf Camp is the only .
surf camp in the nation with a a
.Te sqning,qampcam of he
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For information on the Grom WATERFRONT LAND' Sale! 3 Acres
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The Florida Surfing Association
offers advanced, professional and
intermediate amateur competi-
tions as well as surfing camps and
clinics. For more information,
sisit the website at www.Oorida-
surfing.org or call 1904 626-9090.

Triathlon Coaching
Steve Petitt, a seven-time
Ironman traithlon Hawaii com-
petitor, is offering traithlon
coaching for the upcoming
BFAST series of events.For more
information visit stevepetitt.com
or phone 982-9214.

NORTH CAROLINA galed laketront com-
munity. 1.5 acres plus, 90 miles of shore.
line. Never before otlerea wiln 20%c pre-
developmenI discounts. 90go Iinancing
Call 18001709-5253.
troni view & estate homesiles. 1 to 40
acres rom Ine $40s Situated around a
45,000 acre lake. Just 90 min to Nashville.
New building sites lusi released. Call own-
er (866)339-4966.
Find buyers at
Phyllis Stalines, 476-SOLD
RE/MAX Coastal Real Estate
LAKEFRONT AND Lakeview Properties
Nestled in the hills ol Tennessee on ine
shores of pnstine Norris Lake Call Lake-
side Realty at 14231626-5820 Or visit
www lakesiderealry-ln.com.
NC MOUNTAINS 3 acres on mountain top
in gated community view, trees, waterfall
& large public lake nearby, paved private
access $58,500 owner 1866)789-8535
www NC77.com.
BEAUTIFUL TEXAS land 20 acres. Only
8 Miles east of Pecos and 3 miles north of
1-20 Roads, references, surveyed
$13.500. $500. Down- $135 per month
No credit check (800)887-3006 Hurryl
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to buy. investors & Builders. Greal builda-
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Western New Mexico Private 74 Acre
Ranch $129,990 Mt views, trees, rolling
hills, pastureland. wildlife. borders BLM
Picturesque homesite at 6,700' elevation.
Horseback riding, hiking hunting. Perfect
family ranch electricity. 100% financing
NALC 1866)365-2825
NC MOUNTAIN Property for Lessi Breath-
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Slone Mountain, Golf courses and quaint
srops ol Sparta www scenicrealty.com
(877)372-7211 or (877)363-5550
FL LAND bargains. Opportunities to own
your own alarm. ranch woodland or lake-
front homestead Old Florida al its best
Still affordable Call (866)352-2249 or.
. www.lilandoargains.com.

TN- SWAN Ridge Lake Reson on Dale
Hollow Lake. a private, gated community
Enjoy the best of both worlds... Lake-View
and Mouniain-View Homesiles. 1931)243-
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TN LAKESIDE Mountain acreage. Situal-
ed around a 36,000 acre lake in eastemr
TN 112 to 5 acre building siles Irom Ine
40s. Planned community amenities & di-
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COASTAL GEORGIA. Land lor sale by
owner. Private golf community designed
.by Fred Couples I Davis Love Marina.'
lennis' pool' iness' Jeckylli St Smons Is-
land $119.900 Call 1315)529-1277
irom each. Duplex, 2BR 1BA. 1000sl,
each unit. CH/A. new root. $429 900 Re-
alhor/ owner. Call Kalhy at 904-465-3053.
Gated community wiln stunning mountain
views. Silualed between 2 mountains on
over 4 miles ol nverfrom. I to 8 acres from
the $60s Custom owners lodge, riverwalk
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was 39,900 NOW $29,900 Escape to the
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JAX BEACH, Osceola Ave. 50'x115', trop-
Ical back area. 476-5029. $245.000.
RESIDENTIAL LOT, 50'x62' Atlanlic
Beach Park & Edgar $68,000. 710-8083.

PONTE VEDRA, 3BR/2BA, beautiful, re-'
modeled townhome on lake. End unit.
$185.000 (904)424-0660.
ATLANTIC BEACH, Beautiful neighbor-
hood. on cul-de-sac. 1700 heated sq. ft.
Double garage, screened back porch,
3BR/2BA. 1 Block to Ocean. Asking
$649,000. 249-2268, 651-9081.
JAX BEACH, 938 181n Ave. North. 3/1 5,
1600sl $343k. Owner/Broker. Renee L
Baron, Inc. 242-2821.
DAY, APRIL 30, 1-4pm. See 6 Seaview
Park homes, east ol AlA in Pone Vedra
Beach, priced from $509,000 to
$1,099,000. through cooperation ol the
partIcipating Realtors. Contact Berry & Co
Reel Estale, 273-4800 for more informa-
COZY WATERFRONT cottage, St. Johns
River boat slip. $289,900. (904)501-3314.
End unit w/fenced yard. 3BR/2.5BA,
1660-7 Beach Ave. 2150sf, beach access
across sireel Kitchen Isle w/ceramic tile.
Wood burning fireplace, screened porch
w/deck Single garage $712,000 by
Owner 477-0102.
HIDDEN COVE- Come see the beaublul
waler view Irom the large sunroom of this
very clean 4BR/2BA home. Many extras.
$254.990. Broker 241-7900.
den, CH/A, elecinc appi, tile, Ig lanced
yard in/gr pool. -As is" condition 1619
Sunset Dr. JB. $335,000. (904)223-3969.
Golf Course. Saturday. 12-4pm. Gor-
g eous. 4000st, on 1/3 acre, 1 mile to
$575.000. Call Richard Newquist, RE-
MAX Speciallsl, 422-5091.

ATLANTIC BEACH, 3BR/2BA. totally ren-
ovated $279K. 349-2332 or 591-2278.
NEAR -MAYO Clinic, ,off San Pablo.
3BR/2BA, 2-car. remodeled. $315,000. In-
dependent Brokers, 710-3111.
garage, 1650sf. open floor plan. 42" Hick-
ory cabinets, granite counter lops, new
berber carpet, nard wood floors,
$318,000, 463-0505
Ocean IronI beach hideaway gorgeous 2/2
condo features hardwoo & travertine
tlooring,.granite/ marble counters, slain
less steel appliances Luxurtous master
suite w/via spa lacuzzi. Pnvale galed pool
plus beach access. Asking $499,900.
Custom bull Key West style 2-story only
3 years young. over 2100sf. located in hid-
den paradise, a marsh Iront community.
First floor master bedroom suite, master
bath w/iacuzzi and separate shower. Gas
Irplce w/gas appliances, cozy screened
porch, custom draperies, and blinds plus
all appliances convey Asking $389,900.
Call Owner/ Agent Shirley Lee, Assist 2
Sell, Buyers & Sellers Real Estate.
Cell# 568-6909/ office 247-4442. View
online at www.jaxbesthomes.com

FSBO- ICW completely refinished, 3/2
1595sf cul-de-sac nhoMe on the largest lot
in Villages of Pablo. New laminate and ile
floors through-out plus a bonus laundry
room and large iried screened porch.
Master bed/bath suite includes 2',arge
Jack/Jill closes. Home includes.3 sets of
beautiful french doors, new:trim and crown,"
molding brand new appliances, decora-
tive ceiling fans. irrigation syslerri. and
renovated 2 car garage I peg board and
slat walls) House is re.-pumoed,'(2.Q~l'
has new root (2001) and -neWr'-HVAC'
(2004) Tnis quiel family neighborhood is
3 miles to Ihe beach and has a club pool,
tennis/ basketball courts. $247,900 Call -
386-7873 lor appointment
SPACIOUS 4/2 brick front on .21 acres
with room enough for a pool. Fenced yard
with separate shed, open patlo is great for
entertaining, normal living and dining with
hardwood iloorS, eat-in kitchen, inside
laundry, sprinkler, water sohener and ler-
mite bond $324,000. Please contact
Phyllis Siaines wilh REJMAX Coastal Real
Estate at 904-476-SOLD or visit
PABLO WOODS, 3BRP2BA, 2 car gar.
wiln Florida room. Ig cul-de-sac lot. Move
in ready' $234.500

Ponle Vedra 2BR/2BA condo. End unit-
no one above you. Frplc., vaulted ceilings,
totally remodeled. $325,500.
Call Kirk Killebrew at (9041463-1131.
PV HOME in Solano Cay. 181 Solano Cay
Circle. $315K. 3BR'2 5BA. fenced yard,
S 2 car garage Too many upgrades to listl
Call 904-864-6590 for more information.
EAST OF 3rd Duplex. 215 81h Ave. North.
, $625,000. 241-8269. Zoned C-1.
WALDEN CHASE. 4BR/2BA w pool. Open
floor plan. great kitchen w/granite; sur-
round sound. 2 years new. $359.900.
537-3969 Will co-op. 2.5%.
: PONTE VEDRA BEACH, 5/4.5/3, 3300sf.
model condlion. OPEN HOUSE. 4/29 &
4/30. noon- 3pm. 104 Old Mill Ct.
S $619,000. i904)543-9400.
S E OF AIA In PVB S399K. 3BRi2BA Fid-
dieras Marsh laketront, pool, fireplace.
S large kitchen. FSBO. 607-1030
PONTE VEDRA Beach, The Islands,
2BR/2BA. afhached garage, community
pool. tennis, $250,000. (904)703 8380..
FSBO. 2 story wipool, 5 blocks to ocean
904-626-5916. www geocilies.com/Ilms49.
SOUTHSIDE OFF Belfort. Brck home,
3BR 2BA. 1895s1, built 1987.many up-
S grades. $292.500. Independent Brokers
2058si Large cul-de-sac lot. New carpet,
S tile. and hardwood. Many more upgrades.
By appointment No brokers. $339,000
ATLANTIC BCH 701 Begonra St
3BR'2BA, fenced yard. CH&A, cruel
neighborhood. $180.000. 334.0563, 249-

PV BCH 2BR 2BA. $199 000. Grace Ellis,
AllI Pro Realty Specialisls. 655-7923 (cell).

JAX BEACH 1BR/1BA near Marsh Land-

ing. $144.900. Owner' agent 463-7343.
upgrades. 1200st. 9rr ceilings w/fans,
walk-in closer, kilchen appliances.
washer.dryer, terrace, fireplace, garage.
Securiry system FSBO. $228,000
SOUTH JAX Beach, affordable, Villas at
Marsh Landing, 2BRI2BA. ground floor. 1-
car garage. $199,900. 655-3491 Owner/
3BR.'2BA ground floor. Fully furnished &
repdy for your Summer al the Beach.
Pool. palio Still undiscovered "Seaplace"
is the best value al the Beach. $398.500.
Owneraqen 1904)247-1049. 608-4325
www VRBO com/24978 www.cyberren-
tais conmi' 01283
2BR,2BA, 3RD Iloor. Grand Reserve, Bay-
hill model, 1200st., many upgrades.
$179,900. (904)472-9864.
JAX BEACH- Beach Terraces Like new
luxury 3/3 condo. Ocean vlewsl $724.900.
Murphy Realty Coip 536-9100.
PONTE VEDRA luxury condos, over
2800sf, 1/2mi.'to ocean. $750,000 & up
Assoc. to Marsh Landing C.C. & The Ser,.
enata Beach Club. Michele 707-5225.

PONTE VEDRA -Seaside Community-
180 Crosscove Cir.. 3BRI2BA. stucco
home, 1/2 mile to beacon, 1716st +400sf
screened porch. 71'xl22' loT. Built in '93.
$384,900. No realtors. (904)233-8208.
NEPTUNE BCH- 4BR/3.5BA, 1/2 block to
beach and Town Center. ocean view from
master BR and 1 of 3 screened porches
2540sf, large lot east of first street.
50'x123'., new roof 2005, numerous up-
grades. $850.000. 115 Orange St. For
sale by Owner/Broker 241-8604, 868.
4154, 887-8237

Enchanted raised house on hidden la-
goon. Large wooded lot. 3BR 2BA great
interior, Jax Beach, $375,000 FIRM.
249-1020 for appointment & escort to pri-
vate location.

JAX BEACH Duplex 415 8th Ave Nonh.
$449,000. 247-5774, 770-979-2632
ATLANTIC BEACH. 3 Blocks to Beach.
2BR/1BA on 60'x150" lot. 255 Sherry Dr
$479,000. 349-2504.
Ocean. 3BR/2.5BA. sunroom, fireplace,
fenced yard, carport, $380,000.
New construction located at 6th Ave. S. &
9th St in Jax Bch 3BR/ 2.5BA. 1700sl.
tiled firs IIfloor, owners suite w/ luxury bath.
separate shower, private deck. Custom
kitchen, designer fixtures throughout. Dual'
A/C, sprinkler system, lenced yard, 2 car
garage. Move In before summer Offered
at $339,000. Call for showing 249-6150.
Will co-op with realtors..
LakefrontIl Well .maintained. $257.500
Murphy Realty Corp. 536-9100
AFFORDABLE JAX Beach, second floor,
marshview condo Is- perfect for anyone
who wants to live at the beach but not pay
beach prices! Move-In ready w/refrigera-
for, microwave, washer, dryer and ceiling
fans. Freshly painted Interior, security sys-
tem, screened lanai, and replace are just
some of the..upgradesl $157,900. Phyllis
Stalnes. 904-476-SOLD. RE/MAX Coastal
Real Estate: www.pstalnes.com
ATLANTIC' BEACH, 3BR 2BA, 1 car ga-
rage. $180,000. Call 655-6168.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 805 Plaza, 9 blocks
to Ocean. Cute, 3BR/2BA bungalow,
975st, tile'/carpet, new paint in/out, large
lenced-in backyard, will co-op, $224,900
3BR FORECLOSURE, only $27,9001 Musl
sell. For listings. 800-749-8124 ext. 1490
69 FAIRWAY Ln. 3BR 2BA on Jax Bch
Gollcourse.- Many updates. $449,000.
FORMER ICI model waterfront home s
move-in ready. Immaculale 3BR/2.5BA,
has 2705sl w/spacious open family room
w/gas fireplace, formal dining, lofl, and in-
side laundry. Over $71,000 in upgrades
were included wnen this model was built
in 2000. Entenain on either ot 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 Coastal Real Estate at 904 476-
SOLD or visit: www.pstaines.com
counlenops, 1250sf. Fireplace. 1-car ga-
rage, community pool. Walk Io Ocean.
$269,000. 463-0505.

FSBO, SEASIDE at PV, lakefront, sun-
room, upgrades. 3BR/2BA. $439,900
3BR/2BA, 2000sf.. hardwood floors, over-
sized lot. 328 10th St. $699,000. Steve
FSBO, 3569 Eunice Road. Isle of Palms.
$282,000. 1750sf., 3BR/2BA, completely
upgraded 2 car garage. 1904)463-3793
ADG6A liB 4e .r owner ,jt ijp
cune-d htirfiii dfs in iha'.e
cured yard has lush landscaping and room
enough for a pool. Fenced yard with exira
decking, screened porch, formal dining
room, eat-in kitchen with breakfast bar,
security, ceiling fans, and termile bond.
$249,900. Please contact Phyllis Staines
with RE/MAX Coastal Real Esiale at 904-
476-SOLD or visit www.psraines.com
MUST SELLI Atlantic Beach. Golf. water
view, 3/2, pool. $415,500. 1555 Linkside
Dr. Pics @- htlp://inloluoenet/136118
Ig scr. por., totally renovated incl. baths &
kitchen. $319,900. 537-4083.
3BR/2.5BA, grear room fireplace, granite
kitchen tops. large glass/screen Florida
room overlooking new dock, on navigable
canal with marsh view & beauilul sunsets.
Screened, enclosed solar healed pool/pa-
ho. A boaters dream. 223-0224.

NEWER. CUSTOM bull, private. ocean.
Iront home witn.high dune views ol0 the
ocean and Intracoastal Waterway. Approx
4458-t sf., 5BR/4.5BA, den/ office, tile and
hardwood floors, formal living and dining.
pool and spa, screened lanai with hot io
lush landscaping and loaded $2,750,000.
Phyllis Slaines, 904 476-SOLD RE/MAX
Coastal Real Estate. www.pstaines.com '.
SUNDAY, APRIL 30, 1-4pm. 39 Monterey
St. east of A1A off Solana Road. Up
grades] 4BR & large family room & normal
LR/ DR $649,000. Berry & Co Real Es-
tate. 273-4800.
PVB FAIRFIELD. 1635sf. 3BR/2BA. Re-
modeled, lakeside townnome Garage.
vaulted ceilings, fireplace, sunroom, gal-
ed. w/many amenities, FSBO. $335,000
273-0248, 703-5773.
3BR/2BA MOBILE Home with land, on
San Pablo Rd. $145.000. 333-2749
water access, 3BR'2.5BA, 1800si. 2 car
garage, newly remodeled. 2 boat lihs
(1-covered), $589,000. 463.0505
Selva Linkside "
1935sf. Only $494,500. (904)472-4039.
PVB- 3BR/2BA, newer tile. consider lease
purchase. $169,900. OwneriAgent

OCEANFRONT, 3BR/2BA. under con
struction, 2100sf.. 2 patos $945.000
PONTE VEDRA Beach Ocean Grove
2BR/1BA. beach access. $195,000. Call

single. 1215sl, w/carport, deck. all GE
kitchen, CH&A, washer/dryer, new carpel
Many upgrades. Financing available. Re-
becca, 246-7684.
2005 PURSUIT by Georgia Boy 30' class
A molor home. 3,185 miles, 2 slide outs
Loaded, like brand new, less than 1 year
old $69,900, 246-9383.

JAX BEACH Apanmenl. 2BR/1BA. Newly
renovated. Wasner/dryer Quiel area.
available now. $875/mo, deposit. 201
North 9th SI 246-9162 (3#t

LG 1BR CH/A great deck, $590 & up No
pets. 246-8537
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PVB, 2,2 w/ garage. $1250/mo 6mos
lease Refs (904P766-3462
JAX BEACH 2BR'1BA CH&A. carpeled.
painted WDHU, no pets, 246-0576.
condo. End unit. in 5-slar complex. Living-
room wiireplace., dinng room. tully equip-
ped Kitchen wibrand new appliances In-
cluding. wasner.'dryer. istl floor powder
room, 2BR'1BA on 2nd floor w/deck off
master bedroom. Large closets Small
pets permirled. $995.mo. Conlact Ronnie
al Explore Realry: email:
explorel23@bellsouih net or 19041722-

OCEAN, 2-BLOCKS 2BR/1BA, $950/mo
215 81h Ave North, J.B.. 241-8269.
LARGE 1BR. excellent location, 2 blocks
to Ocean, very clean. No pels. $675/mo.
642-1214, 241-1219.

1BR1IBA, ground Iloorunil wnew applilan.
ces. 9 month minimum $900,'mo. Call
Grace 612-1089.
3BR/2BA AQUATIC Gardens, Atl: Bch.
$1000/mo.. Fenced yard, new appliances,
vaulted ceilings, plantation shuttriers. Avail.
6/1. Credit check and references
2BR 2BA In PVB. 11t3sf, end unit, beach,
access. completely remodeled, brand new
everything, scr. per 5 star amenilies, club
house. comm. pool. $1200/mo,
S1100/dep 536-5477, 710-9649.

VILANO BEACH 2-story home 3.2,
1800st, 1'2 block from ocean, lyr lease
$1800mrro or vacalrion rental $1000!wk
APARTMENT. 2BR.1BA, recently remod-
eled. washer/dryer GREAT VIEWS!
ING! $1400/mo 553-8634.
rBR. 1 block Irom beach. $700/mo in-
cludes waier. No pels. 273-2484.
2BR 1BA. WDHU, no smoking. no pets.
$850/mo, $500/dep. 247-1935.
ATLANTIC BCH 2;1.5. $750,'mo plus sec.
1507 Jordan Ci lEast of Maypon off Don-
neil. 642-1003.
3BR 3.5BA Townhous, brand new, 141h
Ave S & 2nd St. $1750/mo 424-7204
MOBILE HOMES $500 to0 $550. on pn-
vale lots Near Mayporl Naval Siation. no
dogs, 333-5579
NEW COZY 1BR, deck w'ocean view.
CH&A Water. sewer garbage included.
Credll check, No pets $750,mo. 514-8530
OCEAN VIEW Nepiune Bch, Upscale Ga.
rage Apt. 2BR/1 5BA, lurnished,
$1575/mo. Call 891-0647 lor details.




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floor. Largb, deck $1150/mc. includes
water 241-0897.
WOLF CREEK, ICW. brand new 3BR;
2.5BA, garage. 1700st, cluDnouse, pool.
washer/ dryer mcl. $1395'mo. Magnolia
Properties. 994-3608
NICE 4/BR house w/pool and fenced back
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NOrls P-.&,k .itilSPECALo RLAIEi S. Ponte Vedra. -N/2 5 2100
2839 S. Ponte Vedra S. Pone Vedxa 3/1.5 1500.
The Retreat Ponte Vedra/Oceaanfr6ntt1/2 1600
Vista Del Mar Jax Beach/Oceanside .,3/2 1700
17'" A e. North ,/pool Jax Beach 3/1 5 1500
444 La Reserve Circle Ponte Vedra/L'Amum 2"+oTfice 1600
117 Deer Cove Dn ve Ponte Vedra/Marsh Landing .4/2.5 2000
728 Oceanfton Neptune Beach/Oceanfront 3/2 5,vaiji, a 2600
534 Mormngiide Dnve Ponte Vedra 14/2.5 .24-100
2824 Coastal Hwy. Vilano BeachlOceanfronti6/4 4000
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2BR/2BA. available for closing in June
$382,900, 904-220-8676
2 BLOCKS to ocean Jax Beach 2/2 newer
condo $294,000. Owner/Agent 463-7343.
Only 3 units in building. ALL OF TOP
(3rd) FLOOR 1-1/2 blocks north of Sea
Turtle Inn. $450,000. 881-9005.
out to ocean, 2004 complete renovation.
furnished or unfurnished, covered parking.
pool. $950,000. Call for appointment
JAX BEACH- Jardin. 3.2. 1500si.. garage.
$253K. Owner,! Broker. Call Renee L.
Baron, Inc 1904)242-2821
JAX BEACH, Villas at Marsh Landing,
2BR/2BA w/garage, private eniry. beauli-
ful views ol golf course Priced to sell
$209,605. Lighthouse Realty Asso Mary
Kryzwick, Realtor. (904)347-4024.
PVB -UPSCALE designer furnished.
2BR/2BA 1loh in a gated community
w/siate of art amenities. $299,900

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Ponte Vedra by the Sea- PV screene porci, ldod deck o Igoon, 'b Simi-derhouse P -a '' -r
5BR/3.5BA, fabulous home, 3 car garage, access. $1500/mo Newly renovated, new cajet. baths,
fenced backyard, screened porch. 660 Upper 8th Ave S JB 3BR/2BA two kitchen, tile, fireplace, walk t-'dhops, great
$2950/mo. story, fenced backyard, tile floors, fireplace, amenities. '"
SThe Grove PV 4BR/3BA, home on upgrades thru-out. $1500/mo.. IBR/1BA, 1st floor. $775/nm
private lot w/preserve views, hardwood Las Palmas PV 3BR/2BA duplex w/new IBR/IBA, Villa. $875/mo Ri
floors, three car garage. $2700/mo. carpet, new kitchen, garage, fresh paint. 2BR/2BA, 1st floor.' $1050/mo.
Marsh View SPV 4BR/4BA, $1300/mo. 2BR/2BA, 2nd floor. $11951o.
Oceanviews, tile floors. $2000/mo. Furnished Homes 2BR/2BA, furnished. $1495/~no.
4BR/4BA. End unit w/elevator. 2800 sqft, The Colony PV 2BR/2BA ground floor, Palms at Marsh Landing rJB
beach access, attached garage. $2200/mo. garage, fireplace, east of A 1A. $1500/mo.- Screened porch, tile floors
Summerfield PV 3BR/2BA. spacious Ocean Grande SPV 3BR/3BA. Condo, IBR/1IBA, 2nd floor, Intrad6astal views.
home in walking distance to schools & luxuriously furnished, screened porch, across $900/mo '
i beach. $2200/mo. from ocean. $3000/mo. 3BR/2BA. 1st floor, end unit. $1285/mo. ^
0 Vilano Walk SPV 4BR/3.5BA, newer Intracoastal West Villas at Marsh Landing.- JB
two story, across from ocean, light & Avanti Kernan IBR/IBA, 2nd floor w/' Fireplace, screened'porch
bright, garage. $1800/mo. screened porch. $850/mo. IBR/IBA, 2nd floor garage: $875/mo
38 17th Street AB 3BR/2.5BA. 2BR/2BA, 2nd floor condo, all appliances, 2BR/2BA, 1st floor, garage. $1050/mo.
townhouse, 1/2 block to ocean. quiet great amenities. $945/mo. Ocean Links PV ,r
neighborhood, private patio, remodeled. The Seasons @ Kensington Kernan 2BR/ 2BR/2BA, ground floor. $,[100/mo. I
5 $1750/mo. 1.5BA, two story, end unit, tiled screened 2BR/2BA, condo has garage, fireplace,1
.Quall Point PV 3BR/3BA. Home has porch, comm. pool. $995/mo. porch, golf course views. $1200/mo.
screened porch, decks, wood floors,' golf Wolf Creek Hodges 2BR/2.5BA brand new
course views. $1700/mo. townhouse, end unit, screened porch, preserve COASTALRE ESTATE
L'atrium PV 3BR/2BA SFH, porch views, amenities. $1095/mo. 0ShannonSmith
w/jacuzzi. lake view, fireplace, comm. Montreux Touchton 2BR/2BA, ground : (904) 285-5640
pool, garage. $1600/mo. floor condo, screened porchion lake, light and w .refitthebqaches.com '-
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Wesislae, Southslde. Efficiencies
$t00lwk, Aparlments $150/wk, also hous-
es for ren furnisnea/ unfurnished, week/
'monln. 904-302-5753
NEPTUNE BCH Townhome 2BR/1.5BA,
w/d, garage, fenced yard, no smoking,
small pet ok, $1025/mo. Available 6/1.
2134 Rosewood Dr. 333-1076.
"'JAX BEACH, 2BR/1BA,; 2 Blocks to
OCEAN, CH&A, $850/mo. 401 South 2nd
Street. 616-2871. ,
GORGEOUS 2BR/1BA beach cottage lo-
cated at 214 South St Neptune Bch.
Beautifully renovated to include: all new
kitchen, .bath, carpeting, laundry room;'
CH&A, and much more.' Fenced back
yard, storage garage, 1.5, block to beach.
S$1295/mo., $1295 security deposit. Abso-
lutely no smoking,; no petsl. 246-8911.
NEPTUNE BCH, 2BR 1BA, central A/C,
SWDHU, no dogs, water inl. $950/m6 plus
dep. 463-0222 or 249-3419.
'2BR/1.5BA TOWNHOME;' Washer/ Dryer,
walk to ocean. Available 5/15, 6mo. or 1lyr
lease. No pets. $1100/mod 904-242-8586.
NEAR PONTE Vedra 1 block beach. Best
area, quite, safe residential neighborhood.
2BR/1BA, lower duplex, new carpet, tile &
paint. CH&A, washer/ dryer included, no
smoking, no pets. $980/ro., lease depos-
it. 993-1118
in Neptune Beach Two lull baths CH&A,
dishwasher, new. carpet and tile,,
screened balcony overlooking ; park;
$800/mo. +deposit. No pets. 249-6150.

SOUTH JAX Beachl 1 block to ocean.
cule, clean. 3BR/2BA. garage, screened
porch, 115 33rd Ave. Soulh $1500/mo.
gated community. One owner home in ex-
cellent condition. Perfect for relocating
professionals. Pool, tennis courts, nature
trail. Convenient to everything. Call Chris
at 904-813-9566. LIc. RE Broker.
2BR/1.5BA TOWNHOUSE, ceramic tile
floors, CH&A, laundry room, patio, fenced
yard, 1 yr. lease, no pets, $950 deposit,
$950/mo..615 7th Ave S., Jax Bch.
993-1114 or 270-1284. .
REDUCED $1800/mo. 3BR/2BA+'LR/DR/
FR,, eat-in-kitchen, fireplace, WDHU,
screened patio, 2-car garage. Includes
yard & pest and association fees.
PONTE VEDRA Beach, Sawgrass,
TPC, 3BR/2BA, ,fence, fireplace,
washer/dryer, garage, pets OK.
$1350/mo. (678)488-4595, (770)592-5343
1 MILE to Beach $1500/mo., 3BR/2.5BA
home, 2 car garage, on cul-de-sac,
1 yara, wood deck, privacy, fence.
Call Amy 786-205-1631 or e-mail:
macs@adelpnia net.

WANTED Ou el. temporary office space
lo research 1.2 rooms. prefer Beaches
or ICW 382-6860

S:2BR/1BA, CH&A, beautifully led. rNo TPC SAWGRASS, 3BR/2.5BA, garage,
pels 810 2nd Ave. Northin $750,'mo Credil vaulted ceilings,, fireplace, comm. pool,'
check. 992-0088, 333-1822. gated community. $1500/mo. 285-4618. ,
SAWGRASS COUNTRY CLUB, w/garage JAX BEACH, Awesome Oceanfront. 6th,
"Furnished 3BR/2.5BA, porch. Lease. No fIoor, 3BR/2BA Ail appliances. lile, pool
,:,pets. 280-9018 '. .', No pets. $1700/mo. 1727)686-1708.
1BR apt w. garden atrium. $750/mo 1BR./1BA. Fireplace. pool, porter service.
- Avail soon spacious 2BR 247-1417. $800/mo Call (904)616-7975.
SSUNNY BRAND new 2BR.2BA corner PVB -MARSH COVE A perfect
Sownnome in PVB. Includes beach ac-, 2BRi2 5BA TH. W/D, FP. amenities
cess pool. tennis gym overlooks gol' 120Ct0st $1095'mo. 635 6375.
course Must see $1300'mo PONTE VEDRA Summer House. New
: 904-571-5517 2BR/2BA 5 star amenities Great localloni
BLOCK TO Beach. 126 8th Ave. S.i Bottom floor unit. $1100!mo. +deposit.
2BRi1BA, CH&A, WDHU clean and up-'- 838-9400.
dated No pels $875/nmo. 724-6335 ICW NEWLY Renovated, 1BR/1BA.,
JAX BEACHFRONT 2BR condo. no lease.. Hodges Blvd. gated community, ground
per negotiable, $1300'mo., 673-1550. floor private entrance amenities, minutes
to Mayo & Beaches. $895/mo 655-5754
JACKSONVILLE BEACH, 1 bik to ocean, -
2BR 1BA, $785/mo 1904)891-0606 or PONTE VEDRA. Summer House 1BR. all
(352)478-2161. new, w'pool, illness spa, concierge, many
JA BEACH Tnho 3 R.5B amenities $875/mo. Pets welcome.
JAX BEACH Townhome 3BR/2.5BA, m904w448-5591

2 1UU0sl, Wlappliances. O832 91h Ave SOJUlh,
Available June 1sl $1549/mo 993-9601
for appt.,
BEAUTIFUL 2BR,2BA. 3 blocks to Ocean,
Neptune Beach WDHU. $850/mo. No,
pels (9041742-6423.
Beach, almost Oceanfront Available im-
meaialely. $625/mo + security, includes
water/sewer. 241-5251

CH/A WDHU. East of 1st St. $795-
$1195/mo. 4151 Tradewinds. 4 BR water
itronlt $1500/mo. 24I17368 733-3730
S,'1 ownhouse, W/D included, CH/A. ce-
ramic lile. approx. 900sl 404 131r Ave S
Jax Bch No pets. $825'mo. $825/sec
dep 19041343-9908

2BR/1.5BA TOWNHOME, Allantic Bch
recently updaled $1075'mo -$1075,'dep.
No pets, walk to Deachni own center. Call
1/1 BRAND NEW Townhome corner on
goll course 5 slarcamenites, beach ac-
cess in Summerhocise. $900,mo. waler in-
cluded 15611629-6158
NEPTUNE BEACH- clean, new carpet.
2BR/1 5BA duplex, CH&A adishwasner,
ceiling plans. WDHU. lenced back yard
w,upper deck No pets S795/mo. $700
secuirry deposal 2208 Marsh Point Rd
Credit check and references required
w. 25 non-relundable application lee
"ATLANTIC BEACH brighl efficiency
'-aros; rom ocear or. Beach Ave. Ava'la.
ble June 1st Nonsmoking, no dogs. FirsI,
last. and security. $.725'mo. 247-4527.
JAX BEACH, 3 blocks to beach, 1BR'1BA,
WDHu, carpel ceramic. liqgh & bnght
Must See! 325 15th Ave N e3 No smok-
ing, no pels $600/mo Accent Propenies.
19041721-7822 ",
2BR,2BA apanmeni 1200I1. WDHU,
CH&A. 1012 N, 14t St;, JB. $1300'mo.
.Charrrnng & cozy 2BR.1BA. east 01 1st
Street in In-plex. Lbvelv balcony. WDHU,
Super Jax Beach location. Only $900imo.
. Call Julie at 19041866-2986.
SJAX BEACH 4 Blocks to Ocean
I 1BR IBA Apanmeni $550/mo 220 4th
Street So. (904)891.0606 (352)478-2161
lob in Selva Marina area Large modern
kilcher, w/new fridge & dishwasher Living
Room fireplace Anacned 1-car garage,
WDHU renced yard. CH&A. $1700'mo.
Call Bob 19041631-6268
NB 3BR.1BA 552 Myra ST.. 4 blKs to
beach, deck $1100/omo +dep. 349-1694
PVB. EAST of A1A. 3/2 5, very clean, pn.
vale DackVard w'healed pool and spa
$2150'mo. 280-5707

ATLANTIC BEACH 2 blocks to ocean
and town center 2BR,'3BA townhome
New appliances. tile, hardwood and car-
pet, electric Ireplace, 1800sf. perfect
condition, no pels $1750.'mo daeposil.
includes n hilities and yard service. 3122nd
Street Call 591-4349
ATLANTIC BEACH 1/2 mile to, ocean-,
3BR/2BA all hardwood lIoors large back
yard. $1400'mo., no smoking, no peis
3BR,2BA HOUSE in Oak Harbor. Wall-lo-
wail CH&A, lenced-in tironi m& backyard
2571 Monireal, $900'mo. Credit check.
888-259.0783. .
S1095/MO. 241-1103 OR 514-5449.
2BR 3BA -ohice sunroom. 2.5 blocks to
beach. 6 blocKS to lown center Furnished'
unlurnished $1900'mo 241-0493.
4-BLOCKS TO Ocean. 1BR/1BA, all tile.
$699/mo.+ deposit. 405 Lower 8th Ave.
South. 534-2120.

;,.WEST BEACHES, 1276 Broad Wing.
4BR/2BA, executive brick home.
.$1395/mo. VIP Realty 962-6190.
3 Blocks to Ocean. 3BR.2BA. Pets nego-
tiable, Washer/drye', carpon, recently re-
modeled. $1500/mo. 553-8634.
3BR 2BA 1-story house, 1850sf, w/ 2BR
1BA garage unit, CH/A, WDHU,. blinds,'
carpet, Ig Florida room, carport, Ig yard,
$2000/mo., $1000/dep. 347 3rd St., Atll
Bch. 241-2624.
ATLANTIC Beach 3BR/ 1BA, walk to
beach, Town Center. renovaled,
$1280.'mo includes waier. 904-704-1828.
NEPTUNE BCH 3BR'2BA home Newly
renovated, overlooking the marsh. 2033
Marshpoint Rd. $1450/mo Call 891-0647.
Boat lift, dock, deck, pool, ,'4BR/3BA
w/home gym, pool table, washer/dryer,
huge Florida room, mother-in-law suite.
Beautiful landscape. $2650/mo including
.pool & yard maintenance. 223-6850.'
PONTE VEDRA- East of AlA., 3/2, +of-
fice, 2000sf.,, 2car garage. Courtyard
pool, lawn/pool service included. Pets OK.
$1900/mo. Avail mid-May. (904)703-0242.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 1204 Cape Charles,'
3BR/2BA. $1000/mo. Available 5/15/06.
JAX BEACH, 1036 141h Ave North
4BR,2BA, ceramic tile WDHU $1350'mo..
246 3482

PVB- THE Belleza. 1BR IBA, luxury
amenities, gym & fanning bed, $850/mo
Call 318-9114
Free Rent- Bener Deal. 2BR/ 2BA comer
unit, 2nd floor TH. WiD, FP, amenities.
Avail now $1225/mo 635-6385.
2BR/2BA. walking distance to everything.
$1150/mo. 285-0416.

unil, golf view/ lake, all amenities Every-
thing new. $1145/ mo. 285-4444.
ATLANTIC BEACH Cloisler Condo.
3BR'2BA. 1900s, a amenities.all all appli.
ances including washer/dryer 219-2481
KERNAN RD 2/2 new Avanm. Lease to
own. Call 241-8892.
OCEANFRONT 2BR'2BA, fully furnished.
Grnnd floonnr nnnl washpridrVer cable.

ROOMMATE NEEDED to share apt. 1 blk
from ocean w/ nice BBQ. $450/mo + 1/2
until ; small deposit. 718-3452.
ATLANTIC BEACH (Main St.). Very nice,
furnished, 3BR/2.5BA townhome, CH&A,
Washer/dryer, $600/mo. Includes utilities,
cable, wireless Internet. Available now.
deposit & references required. 514-0569.

Lakes townhome. CH&A, washer/dryer,
walking distance to Beach & town center.
Community pool. $700/mo. includes utilit-
ies, cable & wireless internet. Available
now. Deposit & references required.
fees and utilities. Exclusive Miravista,
gated, pool, hot tub, health club, water-
front w/marina view. Room has own bath-
room, brand new large unit, 2700sf.
terfront neighborhood, big yard. Intersec-
tion of Atlantic & University. 5 min. from
J.U., Downtown or 95: $450'mo plus 1/3
util. 993-7780.
3/2 WATERFRONT home. Pool, dock, Ig
yard, great neighborhood. $550/mo.
+250/dep. 859-4473
ROOM IN PV house in gated comm. Pool
& tennis, high speed internet, all' util.
$550/mo. deposit. includes utilities
JAX BEACH. Terrific 3BR.'2BA spacious
home. Near Ocean. $600/mo. 247-8913
ROOMMATE, CLOSE to Beach. Master
Bedroom, own bath. $550/mo. includes
everything. 534-3336.

ROOM FOR rent near Regency area. Call

SOUTH JAX Beach 500sI, new paint,
new carpel $962.'mo. utililies included.
384-B 15h Ave South 241-3293.
WANTED Oulei temporary ohice space
Ior research. 1-2 rooms prefer Beaches
or ICW 382-6860
TWO LAWYERS' offices, new, upscale,
shared space, Ig.conf;. room. ec. Incl..'
electricity, security, $1250'mo. or
$850/mo. email:
sfortune@fortunelegal.cm .
OFFICE SUITE wm2 ohices, 550sl, kTIch.
enerle, ballroom. Ailantic Beach. 3 Blocks
to Ocean $750,'mo uhililies 247-0488
OFFICE SUBLET- 680si., $161I gross
Jax Beach location 904-687-8682 Avail

lease, 3629s1. Office included. Large park-
ing lot. each side ol inlracoaslal.
(770)929.1721, (678)525-0854.

PET SITTING at your home, walk and
bath Sara 241-3627
GENTLE NATURED cat needs quiet iov-
ing home Spayade,. vaccinations, 11
years old, indoor only'desperate circum;
stances 285-1267. .

$1900'mo I= deposit. "904i349-1413. ADORABLE AKC English Bulldog Pups
(651)653.7583. 9WkS, Champion sire, 2 females 1 male

PONTE VEDRA Beach Cottage beautiful Price negotable 502-4928
Orand new 3BR/2BA in the much sought 5 MALE Miniature Pnscher Puppies $450
after Summer House. Beach access 5 star Call 285-7878 lor details & pricing
amenities, opening soon, $1385'mo Call PUREBREED AUSTRALIAN Cattledog
Linda. 904-662-6361. puppies Parents on-site Ready 6/1/06
CONDO IN PVB. 2BR 2BA. washer., dryer, Males $300 Females $350 Beautilul col-
pool, frplc all appliances. Summer oring, markings, sweet. healiny. intelligentt
House $850/mo. 1904)434-4858. 19041829-2777
PONTE VEDRA, East of AlA 2BR,2BA, -'_F
1300sl. 2-siory Town Home. $1200/mo,
lull concierge service, all new appliances, L Oran
cc.mpleieiy req a t(t041476-3000 mLe' pb wrj"'vp--.'aredi'Orane
PVB- SUMMER House 'luxurious 2BR 280-2118
2BA end unil Brand new, 5-siar amen,' HOMELESS PETS,for adoption- Cats &
ties, beachside. 4th month Iree. 318-9114. dogs. 2463600.
'TWEEN BEACH & Town Center. Two
1BR/1BA Condos, Hodges Amenities. S
$880/mo. 285-6905
PVB- OCEAN Grove Condo. 3BRi2BA HUNT ELK, Red Stag. Buflalo, Whiletal,
wigarage. 1st floor, renovated, new appli- Boar Our season now August 25. 2006.
ances, pool. new fitness center. Beach ac- March 31, 2007 Boar all year. Guaran-
cess. No Pals. $1400/mo 904-318.7500 leed license. $5 00. -we have a no-game/
no-pay policy Days 1314)209-9800; eve-
1BR/iBA CONDO, $800/mo. includes' nings (314293-0610
water ,& HOA. SummerHouse, PVB
500sf. 904-338-1134
PVB -THE Colony. Walk to beach, owner -L
motvaled 2BRI 2BA, 2nd floor, high ceil- ALL PERSONAL inuries. AccidenI
ings, new carpet. W/D +FRP, garage. wrongful dean, auto, motorcycle, truck.
Avail imied r$1i95/mo. 635-6375 Premise. ProduCl slip & fall Pedestrian,
animal biies A-A-A Anorney Relerral
JAX BEACH, 1BR condo, directly on 'Service 1800)733-5342 24 hrs 100's of
ocean w/pool, brand new renovation, lawyers statewide.
$1299/mo. Call (860)777-6134. ,
-I .DIORCE $275$.F35) 7 Covers children

thie Intracoasral Waterway. 3/4BR, 3.5BA.
approximately 2700sf w/marna view Re-
sort style living. $2500/mo. Includes 1-car
garage. water. sewer. cable, pool. spa,
clubhouse, healln club. Marina Walk. gal-
ed community w/waier. Marsh and marina
views. 40' boal slip also available Call
now 463-2845
'OCEANFRONT. IN Seascape, 3BR/2BA.
w.'52' balcony. $1900imo 733-4095.
854.0030, 708-0905
PVB. Ocean Grove, Beach access. All
new,. 2BR/2BA, downstairs Includes
garage On Lake Must rent. $1100/rmo.'
t904)251-5370. .. .

SPINNAKER IBR.'IBA. elegantly lurnish-
ed slops to ocean, garage, $1800,mo
S70 8 -4 0 2 2 I I ..
great view., new appliances, $1200'mo
Visil websiTe www.geoclbies com,pvb05

$1300 mo. 2BR.2BA $1050'mo IBR.'1BA
$850.mo, Beautliul. newly renovated..
many amenities. Available now. garage
$100. Really Execulives, 273-3939
PALMS AT Marsh Landing- 2BR,2BA
available Beautilul upgraded unit, lake
view fireplace. vaulted ceiling. garage,
$1150,mo. Call 904-613-7605 TMi Real
Eslate Group, LLC.
PVB 1BR 1BA, fplc., 1-car gar free cable.
comm. pool, $950/mo. 545-3156
PONTE VEDRA, ocean grove completely
renovated 1BR/1BA, screened porch, lake
view, gated community, $850/mo. Availa-
ble June 1 Susan (904)514-7150.
BRAND new beautiful 1BR/1BA condo in
PV, includes: beach access, pool, tennis,
gym, overlooks tennis courts. Must seel
800/mo. (904)571-5517.'
PVB- GRAND Cay: 1BR+ den, fireplace,
washer/dryer,, 'woods view, .vaulted' cell-
ings, gated, pool,'hot-tub, garage availa-
ble. $950/mo. 940-7854.

OCEANFRONT, 1 or 2BR furnished corn-
dos, weekly or monthly. (904)463-7343.
S. JAX Bch. 2BR, fully furnished, ocean-
front condo.. Monthly/ Weekly. 241-0267.
ATL BCH 3BR house, 'beautifully furnish-,
ed, walk to ocean, $1650/mo. 993-3226.
4BR/4BA, weekly, 'monthly,, yearly. Call
(904)249-8269. ." f
homes. 'Weekly/monthly. Visit us at:
jaxbeachrental.com or 535-3911 or

ROOMMATE. 2BR/2BA, CH&A, wash-
er'dryer, newly renovated. 1.5 blocks to
beach Available 5/20. $575/mo.

etc. Only one signature required! Excludes
govt. feest Call weekdays (800)462-2000
ext.600. f8am-7pm) Alta Divorce, LLC.
Established 1977.

Notice is hereby given thai pursuant o10 the
"Self Storage Facility Act". Florida Statutes
Section 1, Pan IV 01 Chapter 83, Laws of
Florida 1982; the personal property con-
sisting of clothing, personal items and
household goods of:
Jacqueline Johnson, Atlantic Beach,
B206.5x10, misc. boxes
Annette B Williams. Atlantic Beach, B184,
5xt10. misc boxes dryer, television.
Paula Reynolds, Atlantic Beach, C329,
o10x 10, misc lurniture, misc., boxes, wash-
er, dryer, oo box .
Timothy Barker Jacksonviile. D4253,
10)20, furniture misc boxes
Will be sold or oiherwise disposed ol 31
10-00 AM, Salurday May 13th. 2006 to
satisfy ;enisi Ior past due rentist cost and
fees Disposition will Itake place al Panr
Am Mini Storage, 2383 Mayport Rd., At-
lantic Beach. FL 32233 Pan Am Mini
Storage reserves Ipe rignit o reject any
and all bids and establish minimum bids to
compensate for all costs.
BL 4/26, 5/3/06

Notice is hereby given that the Planning
and Development Review Board for the
City of Neptune Beach will hold a monthly,
meeting and Public Hearing on Tuesday
May 16, 2006 at 7:00 p.m. at Neptune
Beach Elementary School, 1515 Florida
Boulevard, Neptune Beach, Florida. The
following items are on the agenda:
PDRB06-06 Application for Preliminary
Development Review of a proposed Wal-
Mart Supercenter to be constructed at 630
Atlantic Boulevard. The property is owned
by Lakeshore Village C/O M&P Shopping
Centers, 5025 Winters Chapel Road, At-
lanta, GA 30360-1700, and agent for the
owners is Edwards Cohen, Attorneys at
Law, 6 East Bay Street, Suite 500, Jack-
sonville, FL 32202. Application is to con-
struct an approximate 117,413 square foot
retail center to be occupied by a Wal-Mart
If a person decides to appeal any decision
made by the Board with respect to any
matter considered at such meeting or
hearing, the person will need a record of
the proceedings and for such purpose
may eed to ensure that a verbatim record
of the proceedings is made, which record
Includes the testimony and evidence upon
which the appeal Is to be based.

In accordance with the Americans with
Disabilities Act and Section 286.26 of the
Florida Statutes, persons with disabilities
needing special accommodation to partici-
pate In this meeting should contact the
City Clerk's Office no later than 5:00 p.m.

the day of .the meeting.
BL 4/26/06

Notice is hereby given that pursuant to the
'Self-Storage Facility Act' Florida Statutes
Section 1, Part IV of Chapter 83, Laws of
Florida 1982; The personal property
consisting of clothes, personal items and
household goods of:
Keith Brady
Unit 502
Will be sold or otherwise disposed of at
11:00 a.m., Saturday, May 6, 2006, to sat-
isfy lien(s) for past due rent(s). Disposition
will take place at: THE STORAGE BIN,
1001 13th Ave. S., Jacksonville Beach, FL
32250. THE STORAGE BIN reserves the
right to reject any and all bids.
BL 4/26, 5/3/06

The Board of Adjustment for the City of
Jacksonville Beach,. Florida will meet and
hold public nearings on Tuesday, May 16,
2006 al 7:00 p.m. in the Council Cham-
bers, located at 11 North 3rd Street,
Jacksonville Beach to consider the follow-
ing variance applications:
BOA 06-100077 City of Jacksonville
Beach Land Development Code Sec-
tion: 34-340 (e)(3) c.1, for a front yard of 8
feet in lieu of 20 feet required; 34-340
(e)(3) c.2: for a southerly, side yard of 5.
feet in lieu of.10 feet required, and 34-340
(e)(3) e, for 79% lot coverage in' lieu of
65% maximum to allow for improvements
to an existing multi-family residential struc-
ture, for property located at 1902 South
Ocean Drive, more specifically,. Lots 1
and 6, and the Nonh ? of Lot 5, Block K,
Permenler's Replal of South Pablo or Al-
lanlic Camp Grounds
BOA 06-100087 City of Jacksonville
Beach 'Land Development Code Sec-
lion: 34-337 (e)l 1) e, for 39%. lot coverage
in lieu of 35 maximum to allow lor a sin-
gle-lamily dwelling, for property located

at 1226 Nonh 20th Street. more specifi-
cally, Lol 5. Block 21, Jacksonville Beach,
Section 'A".
BOA 06-100088 City of Jacksonville
Beach Land Development Code Sec-
tion: 34.-337 te)'ii, c 1. lor a fronI yard of
19 8 feel in lieu ol 20 leel required, 34-337
ileiti c.2, lor a corner side vard ol 157
reea in lieu ol 16 6 leel required, 34-337
(lell) c.3, for a rear yard of 198 feel in
lieu of 30 reei required, and 34-337 (e)iil)
e, for 39'o lot coverage in lieu ol 35%,
maximum to allow lor improvements to,a
single-lamily dwelling, for property locat-
ed at 1702 Nonh 121h Avenue, more spe-
citically, Lot 1 and Ine Norin 33 feet'of
Lot 2, Block 15. Jacksonville Beach. Sec-
lion "A".
BOA 06-100090 City of Jacksonville
Beach Land Development Code Sec-
tion. 34-336 (el(1) e [or 43'% lot coverage
in lieu of 35% maximum to allow lor a
swimming pool addition to a single-family
dwelling, for property located at 2742
Lois Lane, more specifically. Lol 9, Rob.
ens Hammock

A copy of ihe apove referenced applica-
lion(s) is available 1or review in mhe office:
of the Planning and Development Depart-
ment, 11 Nonrth 3rd SIreel, during normal
business hours (M-F, 8a-5p).
Board of Adjusimeni
City ol Jacksonville Beach

II a person decides to appeal any decision
by Ine Board ol Adjusimeni within respect to10
any manner considered al any meeting,
such person may need a record ol Ihe
proceedings and lor such purpose such
person may need to ensure final a verba-
Tim record of ine proceedings is made,
which record includes the testimony and
evidence upon which Ine appeal is to be
The public is encouraged Io speak on is.
sues on ihis Agenda hial concern them
An,'onre wr, r wishe`'id sleak'.ho-i'd-ut:.
mi the request Io Ine recording secretary
prior o10 me beginning or the meeting
In accordance with the Americans with
Disabilities Act and Section 286.26. Flor.-
da Statutes, persons wilh disabilities
needing special accommodalion to parlici-
paie in this meeting should contact ihe
planning and Development Depanment
no later Than 5 00 p m. on the day preced-
ing Ine meeting
BL 4/26/06
Notice is hereby given that the Planning
and Development Review Board for Ine
City of Neptune Beach will hold a Special
Meel.ng and Puolic Hearing on Thursday,
May 18, 2006 at 7:00 pm. in the Council
Chambers, 116 First Street, Neptune
Beach, Florida. The 'following are on the





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ings. and for such purpose may need to
ensure ihal a verbatim record of ihe pro.
ceedinrgs is made which record shall in-
clude nthe testimony and evidence upon
which appeal is to be based.
In accordance wih Inhe American with
Disabilities Acl. persons needing a
special accommodation to panicipale in
this proceeding should contact Donna
Bussey, City Clerk, at 247-5809 or at City
Hall, 800 Seminole Road
BL 4/26/06 "

Notice is hereby given inat a regular meet-
ing of ihe City Council or Ine Ciy of Nep.
tune Beach. Florida. will be held on Mon-
day. May 1. 2006, at 7-00 p m., in ine Ciry
Hall Council Chambers, 116 First Streei.
Neptune Beach, Florida ,..
;'iin. ;, ,'. ~~e rii1t c .t bsi!it
..ilf a.person.decides' toppealnany decision
made by ine City Council wiln respect to
any master considered at any meeting,
*such person may need a record ofl he
proceedings. and. lor such purpose, such
person may need to ensure that a verba-
tim record ofl Ihe proceedings is made,
which record includes Ine testimony and
evidence upon which Ine appeal is 10 be
In accordance with the Americars ,With
Disabilities Acl and Section 286.26, Flori-
da Statute, persons with disabilities need-
ing special accommodation to participate
in this meeting should contact the City
Clerk's Office no later mnan 5.00 P.M., the
day of the meeting
Lisa Volpe, CMC "
City Clerk
BL 04/26/06

PDRB06-04 Applicatlon for planting, as ANNE CAMPBELL HARRISS
oulined in Division 3 ol the Unified Land PLAINTIFF :
Deveiopnient Code of Neptune Beachn or
Mr. William M. Haycook. The property is VS.
currently known as 912 Oceanfront and is .
listed as parcel number 172679-0000 in DURWARD EDWARD BROWN IV
Ine records ol the Property Appraiser ot DEFENDANT' .
Duval County The request is to subdivide
a portion of the property to create a new C. #2006-93
parcel described as The East 53 feet of.
the south 0. of Lot 5 Block 16, Neptune, SUMMpNS
as recorded in Plat Book 2, Page 12said ,
block being ihe same as shown on the THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI
pial oi Neptune, as recorded in Plal Book
4 Page 461 o thme current public records TO: Durward Edward Brown IV
of Duval County, Florida, together with "
that pan o Gilbert Avenue las closed y You have been made a Defendant
City ol Neplune Beach Ordinance No 21) in the suit filed In this Court by Anne
lying, between the easterly projection of Campbell Harris, Plaintiff, seeking. a di-
the north line of said south Qol Lol 5 and vorce. Defendants other than you in this
the nornh itI'hi o way line ol Bay Streeital- action are none
so the soulh line of said lot 5) of said block You are required to mail or. hand
16. Neptune, and also Togelner wllh that deliver a written response to the Coin-
pan o0 the south 7 beet olo o 4 and ail ol plainly filed against you in this action to
lot 5, lying wesI of the erosion control line Scott J Piniard, attorney lor Plaintiff,
of ine Allantic Ocean, all in Block 11, Nep whose post office address is Post Ofice
lune as recorded in Plat Book 2. Page 12 Box 1065, Natchez, Mississippi 39121,
of Ine Current Public Records or Duval and whose street address is 207 South
County, Florida. Commerce Street, Natchez, Mississippi
PDRB06-05 Application for Development r YOUR RESPONSE MUST BE
Review of a Community Dock for the Sun- MAILED OR DELIVERED NOT LATER
set Point Subdivision Application Is made THAN THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE 12th
by Phillip May, a representative of the DAY OF APRIL, 2006, WHICH IS THE
Sunset Point Homeowners Association. DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
The application is to construct a communi- THIS SUMMONS. IF YOUR RESPONSE
ty dock with 4 foot wide x 357 foot long IS NOT 'MAILED OR 'DELIVERED, A
walkway, a 4 foot wide by 12 foot long JUDGMENT BY DEFAULT WILL BE EN-
gangway, and an 8 foot by 150 feet long TERED AGAINST YOU FOR THE MON-
mooring area/floating terminal platform EY OR OTHER RELIEF DEMANDED, IN
with associated dredging to serve the resi- THE COMPLAINT.
dents of Sunset Point subdivision. ) You must also file the original of
your response with the Clerk of this Court
If a person decides to appeal any decision within a reasonable time afterward.
made by the Board with respect to any Issued under my hand and the
matter considered at such meeting or seal of said Court, this the 24th day of
hearing the person will need a record of March, 2006.

the proceedings and for such purpose
may need to ensure that a verbatim record
of the-proceedings is 'made, which record
includes the testimony and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be based.'
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ing special accommodation to participate
in'this meeting should contact the City
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ChanceryClerk of Adams County,
'Mississippi .
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Debbi Vanier
Assistant to Scott J. Pintard
PIntard & Pintard
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Post Office Box 1065
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Short at 285-0646 or email agourdpaint-
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246-7783. member of NEFGS.
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All levels, styles & ages Will come to your
home Piano Tuning also available
241.4954, 655.3300
your onriving careerC Ollering courses in
CDL A. One lution lee' MIany payment op-
lions' No regsiraiion lee' (888)808-5947
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3pm, Mon. and am.l pm Wed & Frn.
$150/wk Call 904-477-1198.
at Vicar's Landing iPonie Vedral. Exce .
enin pay Drug Iree workplace. EOE Call.
PARTTIME POSITION available at V car's
Landing Please call 285.1055
PART.TIME MARKETII'i2G upp.-.n peronr.
wanted Job dutiies include assisting wih
various in house mailings and workirtg re
turned mail and email Our ortice is local-
ed in Ponie Vedra Beach and ine hours
are Monday through Friday 3 to 4 hours
each morning sianing al 9:30 am. Please
send resume to
DRY CLEANER needs pan time counter
help. Will train. Call Sam 333-8572
Fine Art, Jewelry & Gifts. Retail experi- -
ence & computer literacy a must. Located
in Atlantic Beach. Competitive salary, with
incentive bonus. 242-0300.
in person, Giovanni's, 1161 Beach Blvd.,
Jax Beach. 249-7787.
Immediate opening for part-time office
clerk w/small medical distributor in PVB.
Requires excellent phone and organiza-
tional skills, bookkeeping (Peachtree pre-
ferred), records management, marketing
support. Resume to vara@eyequa com or
tax 280-1888.
CLEAN OFFICE, 5 nigrls/wK Monday-Fri-
day. 2hrs per nignh 6pm-8pm Beach
Blvd & San Pablo Rd. 396-3776.
Duron Pairis & WC Must be 18 years or
age, $8/hr. Class; D valid Dr. Lie and clean
,driving record reqa d. Heavy ilhing up to 60
Ibs. Apply in person. M.F. 9am-3pm,
14181 -Beach Blvd Jacksonville Beach
KENNEL ASSISTANT needed lor busy
veterinary clinic. competitive wages Prey,.
ous kennel experience required. Apply in
person' Beaches- Animal Clinic. 937
each Blvd. Jax Beacr, 246.204c,

Seeking. Refai Cashier Sales experience
preferred, not required. Weekends a must.
No nights. Please apply in person, 370
South 3rd Street, Jax Beach.

COOK, P/T, 10am-7pm, $10-$11/hr..
depending on exp. Apply in person, Ash-
ford Court Assisted Living, 1700 The
Greens Way, Jax Bch FL 32250.
customer service skills, data entry, good
phone skills, strong computer, attention to
detail, experience preferred. Mon.-Fri.,
9:30-2:30. Fax resume to 247-1271.
PART-TIME DEBT consultant, six-figure
career. No experience necessary. Call
DOCTOR'S OFFICE, Tuesday and Thurs-
day, approx. 15 hours per week. General
office duties. $8.50/hr 246-9955.
OFFICE CLEANERS wanted P/T eves. &
daytime final cleaning of condos Jax Bch.
CATERING CHEF, P/T, Christ Episcopal
Church, PVB is seeking an experienced
Chef who can work a flexible schedule in-
cluding evenings and weekends. If you
would enjoy working in a fast paced
church environment e-mail your resume to:
cdion@christepiscbpalchurch.org or fax:
(904)285-0412. Drug-free workplace.
ABOVE AND Beyond Housekeeping,
seeking responsible individuals, reliable
transportation and phone required.
Great pay. 591-5901, 514-1188.
DRIVER NEEDED for moving company.
Class-D license, experience .helpful,
THE SILVER BOX is seeking a sales ori-
ented person. Will train. Mon- Thurs
10-5pm. Call 610-3084.
CUSTOMER SERVICE & sales w/excel-
lent communication skills. Working hours
9am-3pm Must be flexible with days.
Ponte Vedra Beach location. Please call
for details. (904)273-5959.

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Self motivated, fast moving, flexible, multi-
task person. Must be able to follow di-
rections. Reliable transportation a must.
6pm-10:30pm, or later. Call Debbie after
2pm. 285-3400, ext. 3352.
SECRETARY M-F 10am-4pm, experi-
enced, computer literate. Send resume to
3102 Sawgrass Village Circle.
TUTORS FOR Latin/ Logic/ Rhetoric/ Pia-'
no/ Spanish/ Computer. Part-Time about 5
hours weekly $50.00-$65.00 an hour de-
pending on experience, To tutor 4 children
ages 13, 11, 10 & -7. A Christian home
schooling family in the beaches area is
looking for caring, intelligent, energetic
people who love children. Positions will re-
quire proficiency in the subject teaching.
B.S. desired. You must be a non-smoker
without pet allergies and able to provide
own transportation to and from work.
E-mail ,' your resume, to-
jobsforseven@yahoo.com in the email
subject please put the area you are apply-
ing for and where you saw the ad posted.
JOIN OUR Coast Guard Exchange Team!
Sales Clerk. No nights! Contact Melissa
(904)247-8737 or Fax (904)247-8739.
Every weekend 7am to 7pm at a Premier
Retirement Community Health Center. Ex-,
cellent work environment. Experience in
geriatric care. Applications available at
Fleet Landing Security Gate,, One Fleet
Landing Blvd., Atlantic Beach, FL;
Fax to (904)246-9447; email to:
jobs@fleetlanding.com EOE/ Drug-Free
Lifeguard/ CPR/ First Aid cert. Previous
exp. req. Flexible hrs; Position available
May 22 Sept. 4.
Seeks candidate with CPR/ AED/ First Aid
certification. Fitness experience required.
Flexible hours. All positions apply in per-
son, Tues.-Sat. Ponte Vedra Beach,
285-1909. Drug Testing/ E.O.E.

LIVE-IN NANNY. Room, 'board, small sal-
arv. Special needs child Monday-Friday.
Evenings.' weekends oh. Must be 'able to
oass dru ltesi and background check.
Call (90j5-13-7e.85 or. email:
CUSTOM INTERIOR Trim Carpenter or.
Helper needed. Remodeling experience
helpful. Call Tim 509-9071.
0/0 Driver FFE, The F/S is higher here!
$1.11 Avg. $2,000 sign-on $2,600 referral
bonus. Base plate provided. No truck no
problem. Low, payment with short lease.
Hands & Kitchen Staff. Will train.,Apply in
person: 4378. Ocean St. Mayport.
Prep CooK .& Dishwasher needed Apply in
person ai 363 Aiianuir Bivd Suiles 7 & 8
ilariiC Beacn, ask lor lain 246.2441
Ijonr. Florida Home Healin Care is hiring
aedicaic i people inieresied in providing
elder care 1I nome health clients. Wi'l
rain Empio'ymenl references required.
Only com nined applicants wii be selecci
ad. Respond to 241-1656
PONTE VEDRA Animal Hospital looking
fcr a Veierinary Tecrni-ian exp required
Ajpiy wmin r,28 Corona Rd 265-7924
Join our team! If you can excel at inside
sales & desire a iasi-paced work environ-
ment, we may, have an excellent
:.pponunjrv for you You will join a Nation-
al c.:mparir s, work ,r. Ponte Vedra Beach.
ld/' iel c1,Od13hc w,*I nave- 1-i- years'experi-
ence ,nsioe sales, customer service or
ielemareihng ereii:ernt .communication
s';iiIs Abiliryo10 handle Ousirnesi, accounil.
Base pa, plus commissions 525k plus
FT no evenings or weekends PT avail
F3A re-ume i904i285-0010 or mail.
imn mediakids corn
Excellent opponrunirV available i.: expand
existing iry cleanin role Unlimiled
'earning potential Trhe Cleaners, 1519
Pn-r.manr Road. Call Cnr.s. 629-2683.

DO you want to join a winning team. Don't
get left out. Our driver's make $500-$700
per week. Call 249-5151 ask for Brian or
493-5250 ask for Tim Collins.
Roofing repair crew member heeded'
asap. Will train, 242-9867, 614-0422.
JOB CR-FTERS, Inc. Now Hingi Fuist
Clas:- shipyard Irades- Pipe Finers Siruc-
tural Fitters, Structural Welders, Work in
FL; AL. Over time +per diem. Up to
$23/hr. Toll-free (800)371-7504. Phone:
(251)433-1270 Fax, (251)433-0018.
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Full-Time with great benefits and work en-
vironment at a premier retirement com-.
munity. Experience preferred:. Applica-
tions available at Fleet Landing Security
Gate, One Fleet Landing Blvd.,' Atlantic
Beach, FL 32233; Fax to 904-246-9447;
email to jobs@fleetlanding.com. EOE/
Drug-free Workplace.

APPOINTMENT Coordinator, Jax Bch lo-
cation, Mon- Fri., 9-5pm. Please fax re-
sume to -1-904-269-9004.
Office Manager
Detail oriented multi-tasker. Word, Excel
experience required. Salary, bonus plus
benefits. ,
Quickbooks, Excel, A/R, A/P, G/L, Payroll
experience required. 20-30hrs per week.
Send resume: P.O. Box 51121, Jack-
sonville Bch, FL 32240-1121 or
fax 241-0752.
FRAMERS/ HELPERS wanted, no experi-
ence necessary. Call 695-2422.
Valid driver's license & experience a must.
Call Randy, 343-3899.
modeling Ocean Edge Condos, Jax
Beach. 693-3130.
LOOKING FOR smart, dependable land-
scaping engineer to join our advanced
landscape crew. Heavy lifting, long hours,
top pay! Drug free environment. 246-3444.

.Clinic, Mayport 'FL. Require 6 months
phlebotomy experience, or recent training.
Excellent salary, 36 paid days off, bene-
fits. FAX resume to: 1-210-735-8648 or'e-
mail SaratogaJob@SBCGIobal.net..
COOK F/T and P/T, Part-tiime Wait Staff,
AM/PM. Atria Assisted Living, Apply in
person 14199 Wm. Davis Pkwy. or Call
3 Pool Techs needed. Experience prefer-
red, but will train. Clean driving record.
401k, health benefits. Please call
ing Sous line cooks & Servers. 3rd Ave.
North, on the Ocean. 247-2644.
F/T. CUSTOMER Service/Insurance Bill-
ing. Must be detailed oriented. Apply in
person at Medequip. 905 North Third St.
Jax Beach.

Needed Monday-Friday. Transportation a
must. 860-4062, 821-0102.
HAIR SALON needing 3 Stylists and a
Nail Technician. Affordable medical Insur-
ancp-offered. Call 237-4895 for more in-

Drivers CDL A "Honey I'm Home...Every
Weekend" Great pay & benefits Special
orientation pay for exp. drivers Paid train-
ing for school gradsl Cypress Truck Lines,
Inc. www.cypresstruck.com (888)808-
player. Call after 2pm. 241-1985.
have transportation. Some experience
helpful. 226-6649.
25k to 40k first year, plus benefits. DFWP,
good driving record. No exp. required, will
train. Call -241-7874, Perschel & Meyer
Pest Management.
fits, night incentives. Class A CDL-X &
Tanker, plus 2 years tractor trailer experi-
ence. Clean MVR. (904)632-1288.
Servers and Host/Hostess. Good money,
casual atmosphere very busy, great peo-
ple to work with. FT/PT 285-0139
shifts. Must have valid driver's license &
transportation. Only serious, responsible,
hard workers need apply. Eric, 716-4413
tion needed, M-F, 8am-5pm, must pos-
sess excellent organizational skills. be a
molivaled and independent worker. Must
have proficient computer skills and be ca-
pable of handling a variety of ,tasks.
Please fax resume to 807 9216.
able cleaning help. Residential/Commer-
cial. Call 242-935P.
WANTED FULL .time receptionist for
beach based law firm. Candidate must be
willing develop as a legal Assistant for liti-
gation firm. Must have transportation. No
legal exp. necc. Medical beneifts avail.
Fax resume to 242-7051.

Hardworking sales person needed. Apply
in person Sea Shells & Coral. 230 North
Boardwalk. Jax Beach.
Drivers part-time and full-time. Be a mem-
ber of a great team. Join our Recreation
Department at a premier retirement com-
munity. Fun work environment, Class C
CDL: Passenger Endorsement License
Required. Must be able io set up and
break down for special events. Competi-
tive wages and excellent benefits. Applica-
tions available at Fleel Landing Security
Gale. One Fleet Landing Blvd., Atlantic
Beach, FL 32233; Fax to 904-246-9447.
email to jobs@fleetlanding.com.
EOE/Drug-free workplace.
lionisl P,T and FiT, Fax: 482-4242. Email:
mrobbrns@suinc oiz.
carpel lile *wood Work out of company
truck 246-0363.
WAIT STAFF. lull time, days. Good pay
Call Bruce 280-7677
FACIAL SPECIALIST wiln clientele want.
ad Also. NAIL TECH w/clientele No
acrylics Day Spa Jax Beach. Call Miki.
Samplers and Coordinators Needeal Ex-
perience Prelerred $9-$511 per hour in-
ioslaceimepomo corn Download an Ap-
plcalhon iromn
http://www.facetimepromo.com. : ,
VETERINARY TECH needed for high vol-
ume vet clinic. At least 2yrs. experience
required. Compeliiive salary, excellent
benefits. Fax resume to 246-3061 or ball
246-8577 for more into. Beaches Animal
Clinic, 937 Beach Blvd. Jax Beach.
Practice. Beaches area, experience need-.
ed. Fax resume to 821-0468. EOE,
LOOKING FOR real estate appraiser- cer-
liiied or irainee w/ lyr plus exp. Contaci
Covinh'ion Enterprises, tax res.ume"w rbi-
erences Io 1-866-486-4425 ,
KPW CONSTRUCTION Inc. hiring exp.
Carpeneirs & Helpers in Beaches area.
Please call 686-4818
Maintenance Personnel. Clean driving re-
cord a must. 246-2455.

for service personnel Applicants musa
possess a good driving record. Competi-
tive salary, full benelils including retie-
ment plan, bonuses, insurance, paid vaca-
tions and holidays. We have a great work-
ing environment and have been in busi-
ness for over 15 years. Fax resume to
904-273-0682- or fill out an application at
10066 Sawgrass Drive West, Ponte Vedra
Beac .
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OPTICAL LAB Tech. Must have knowl-
edge of campuler, lensomeler frame ad-'-
justments & repairs, mechanical back-
ground a plus

Customer Service Rep Sales driven,
computer knowledge- MS ofhce & at least
40 wpm a musl, great oral & written com-
munication skills, pleasant & professional.
Submit resume and salary requirements to
kelly'-:oceanwaves.com No phone calls
DRIVERS- BE in demand Plenty of
freight, many home time options. Low cost
CDL training available, 100% tuition reim-
bursement (800)231-5209,
tendent for established company. Drug
free work place. Benefits. 241-2721.

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

$17.00 an hour with benefits. Full-Time.
A Christian. family in the beaches area
with 4 children ages 13,11,10 & 7 is look-
ing for a caring, intelligent, energetic per-
son who can do all housekeeping jobs and
organizing of the home. You must be a
non-smoker without pet allergies and able
to provide own transportation to and from
work: $17.00/hour plus medical benefits.
-Email your resume to
jobsforseven@yahoo.com and in the
subject please put where you saw the ad
Bartender, Door Guy, and Liquor Store
Clerk. Must be able Io work days, nights,
weekends, and holidays. Must pass drug
test and background check. Call Robert @
and Beaches. Work in teams of three.
Must have own transportation, valid driv-
er's license. Approximately $175/wk to
'start. Moday-Friday, no nights/weekends.
Home Cleaning Centers of America.
in Miami-Dade anrd counties. Bi-
lingual a plus. Per diem & F/T. Bilinguals
Inc. Child & Parent Services, (866)696-
0999 x122 www.billngualsinc.com.
HIRING FULL-TIME driver/ landscape
helper. Call Pam 742-7769.
BIG MUSCLES and experienced packers
needed for local moving company. Not
your average 9 to 5 job. Heavy lifting re-
quired. 247-6683.
National -Manufactured Hbme Finance
Company seeking experienced credit per-
son to train in specialty financing. Good
Salary & Benefits. Beaches area location.
223-1111 ext. 243.
DRIVER- Hiring qualified drivers for Cen-
tral Florida local and national OTR posi-
tLons. Food grade tanker, no hazmat,. no
pumps. Great benefits, competitive pay
and new equipment. Need 2 years experi-
ence. Call Bynum Transport for your op-
portunity today; (800)741-7950.

Drivers CDL A "Honey I'm Home...Every
Weekend" Great pay & benefits Special
orientation pay for exp. drivers Paid train-
ing for school gradsl Cypress Truck Lines,
Inc. www.cypresstruck.com (888)808-
player. Call after 2pm. 241-1985.
have transportation. Some -experience
helpful. 226-6649.
preferred. ALSO: Receptionist, veterinari-
an experience required. Apply in person,
1210 3rd Street North, Jax Beach.
Family, cardio, OB/GYN experience a
plus. Fax: 636-0066.
25k to 40k first year, plus benefits. DFWP,
good driving record. No exp. required, will
train. Call 241-7874, Perschel & Meyer
Pest Management.
fits, night incentives. Class A CDL-X &
Tanker, plus 2 years tractor trailer experi-
ence. Clean MVR. (904)632-1288.
HOME CLEANERS ,earn excellent pay
cleaning homes weekly & bi-weekly. De-
pendable car required. Full or part time.
Call 223-5033.
SHARP CLEANING Services, Inc. Full-
time lady or man for cleaning crew. Expe-
rience preferred, or will train. USA Driver's
License & transponalion required. M-F,
day work. Call Sharon 607-1919.
CUSTOMER service & sales w/ exc. com-
munication skills. Full or part time. Base
plus bonus. Fax resume: (904)285-0010
or email: jim@mediakids.com

lawn/landscape company. Excellent pay.
Must have own transportation & clean DL.
Experience required. Contact Ron:
334-3311. ,
Line Cook, Prep/Utility. Good money, cas-
ual atmosphere, very busy, great people
to work with. FT/PT. 285-0139.
FIRST CHOICE Home Improvements.
Needs skilled carpenters & tree climbers.
349-2628. .
F/T VETERINARIAN Technician & Kennel
technician. Start immediately. Apply at An-
imal Medical Clinic, 8000 Sawgrass Vil-
lage Circle, Ponte Vedra Beach,
A/C & Healing company needs Installers
Service Techs S Helpers Call Rob
509-3062 .
HOME CLEANERS earn excellent pay
cleaning nomes weekly & bi-weekly. De-
pendable car required Full or pan lime
Call 223-5033. .
SHARP CLEANING Services, Inc. Full-
time lady or man for cleaning crew Expe-
rience preferred, or will rain. USA Driver s
License & transponaton required M-F.
day work. Call Sharon 607-1919.
CUSTOMER service & sales wi exc com-
munication skills. Full or pan ime. Base
plus bonus. Fax resume 1904)285-0010.
or email: jims'medjakids.com
lawn/landscape company. Excellent' pay.
Must have own transportation & clean DL.
Experience required. Contact Ron,
Line Cook, Prep/Utility. Good money, cas-
ual atmosphere, very busy, great people
to work with. FT/PT. 285-0139,.
FIRST CHOICE Home Improvements.
Needs skilled carpenters & tree climbers.

F/T VETERINARIAN Technician & Kennel
technician. Start immediately. Apply at An-
imal Medical Clinic, 8000 Sawgrass Vil-
lage Circle, Ponte 'Vedra Beach, '
273-9560. .
'"T'C. S .H6thrLg corhpasny needs'lhdsallers
Service Tecns & Helpers Call Roo.


We^^^^ nee hepr and crew^

We need helpers and crew
leaders. We are busy installing
hurricane systems on homes and
businesses -around the First
Coast. Must have installation and
construction experience. Drivers
License and Transportation
required. Starting $12 and $18
per hour.

I Call 2I32

RAGTIME TAVERN now accepting appli-
cations for experienced Line Cooks. Apply
in person, 207 Atlantic Blvd. Atlantic
PAINTERS AND Painter's Helpers need-
ed, must have own transportation and
hand tools. Pays $8-$22 per hour.'Work is
north of Dames Point Bridge. Dental,
Health, Life Insurance, & vacation. 904-
TILE HELPER wanted. no experience
nec. Must have own transportation. 367-
0336 Iv message.
enced only. Must have transportation. Call
NOW HIRING Area Manager. We are
looking for a motivated individual to over-
see & coordinate specific departments
within the store. Bealls offers excellent
company benefits, competitive salary, and
ongoing opportunities for growth & ad-
vancement. Apply in person, 3876 South
3rd St., Jax Bch.
Trucking Co. $700 to $1200,'week In
State & Southeast. runs. Must have 2
years CDL experience (8001229-5248,
x219. : .
THE ATRIUM Retirement Community has
the following positions available: Mainte-
nance Technician, Breakfast/ Lunch Chef,
LPN, and Nursing Assistant, Bus Driver
w/CDL license. Excellent benefits.' Apply
in person at 9960 Atrium Way, call 724-
4726 for directions or fax resume to 721-

FULL-TIME POSITIONS available for a
Lawn Tech and Maintenance Supervisors
with full benefits Including: health, dental,
IRA, vacation, and holidays. We are 'a
family oriented business with a great
working environment. Must be honest, de-
pendable, have a good driving record with
a valid FL DL. Experience necessary.
Please call 904-669 5446 for an appoint-
ment or :ax resume to 904-543-2479.

ing light maintenance References, back-
ground check $8.00.'nr. depending on
experience 710-8370.
TEACHER NEEDED for Beaches pre-
school. Monday-Friday. Call 246-0433.
SERVER Flexible hours AM and PM
shifts Excellenr rips Apply in person, The
Tavern al Sawgrass. 285-3133
NEED FRONT DESK' Office Assistant for
busy doctor's office, 30-40 hours week
Call 273-2691. Fax resume to 273-4607.
TAXI DRIVERS Wanied. Clean driving re-
cord required Call April. 246-9999
immediately lor impon business. Previous
sales or designing experience a plus.
Ouickbooks required Far resume to 241-
ADM." ASSISTANT- Beaches, financial,
planning/ insurance practice needs an ex-
perienced and reliable team-player 10 join
our congenial, professional office. Use
your communication, client service and or-
ganizational skills to help us serve our
wonderful clients Requires strong Micro-
soh Ohice skills, superb ann. to derail and
independent. lollow-tirough abilities.
E-mail your resume and salary lequire-
ments to NEBBAB@aol.com. EOE
preferred ALSO: Receprionisl. veterinari-
an experience required Apply in person,
1210 3rd Stree Nonh. Jax Beach.
Family, cardio, OB.'GYN experience a
plus. Fax. 636-0066
PONTE VEDRA Animal Hospital needs
F,I-T Kennel Atlendant. No experience nec-
essary. Apply within, 28 ,Corona Rd.
285- 7924.

"Up to $420 plus+
per week!
(Within 5 weeks F/IT)
*Paid Weekly

* Design your own daytime hours
* Work regular clients near your
* Experience a plus

* Must have own transportation
and home phone

24 -83

MANAGER in holistic, internal medical of-
fice. Full /part time secretarial, clerical,
and support of M.D a unique setting. Ex-
perierce required in answering phones,
computers, communications andpublic-re-
lations. Must be enthusiastic, dependable,
consistent, and an excellent match. Fax
resume with references; no phone calls
Lease. Persephone Healing Arts Center,
AX: (904)246-3778.
Is seeking qualified candidates for Minister
of Children s program. Position responsi-
ble for, coordinating and facilitating Child-
ren's ministries and discipleship -through
grade 5. Qualified candidates will have.
minimum of two-year degree in religion,
philosophy or related area, two years ex-
perience working with children. Send
resume and salary requirements to Jerry
Sweat, Sr. Pastor. Beach UMC, 325 7th'
Ave N, Jax Bch, 32250.
ATLANTIC COAST Plumbing & Tile. Help-
ers needed Learn a trade. Health bene-
fits, good hours, advancement opportuni-
ties Must have valid FL Drvers License
Call 249-5381 for appi
BUSY REAL Estate Oflice needs Property
SManager. Excellent computer skills a
must. Send resume to P.O Box 1631.
Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32004.
NOW HIRING Sales Associates. Full &
part time positions available. Bealls offers
competitive wages, employee discount &
advancement opportunities. Apply in per-
son, 3876 South 3rd St., Jax Bch.
TEACHERS & Assistants. Ft/ PT, infants
to 5 years. Require patience, reliability
and love of children. Performance based
bonuses. Up to 2 weeks paid vacation.
Caring management, Not baby sitting.
EOE. 242-9645

LPN In our newly expanded Assisted Liv-
ing facility every other weekend 7pm to
7am at a Premier Retirement Community
Excellent working environment. Apply at
Fleet Landing. One Fleel Landing Blvd.,
Atlantic Beach, FL, Fax to (904)246-9447.
email to: jobs@fleetlanding.com EOE/
Drug-Free Workplace.
propane retailer is in Immediate need of a
lull-time driver. The ideal candidate will
have an excellent customer service de.
meanor, a CDL witn Hazmat, lanker, and
airbrake endorsements. Candidates must
pass pie-employment testing. drug
screen, DMV check and background in-
vestigation. We offer a compentive salary
and benefits package Apply in person at
98 S Penman Rd, Jax Bcn. or lax resume
to HR at 246-0715. EOE.
* er needed for small Oceanfront hotel.
Good pay/ benehtis. Weekends required.
Apply in person. 120 Atlantic Blvd.,
Neptune Beach.
JAX BEACH growing company needs or-
ganized marketing focused Executive As-
sstant with ability 10to multi-tas Must test
at 60 wpm and have excellent verbal and
written communication skills Experience
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Boathouse Grill.
Line Cooks
*Wait Staff
Apply In Person M-F 9am 3pm
2321 Beach Blvd.






Expect Nothing Less
Than "Five Diamonds"

Do something special for yourself today! Work with one of the
premier luxury resorts in the world by joining the elite staff at
Ponte Vedra Inn & Club. Our exceptional work environment is
one of the most sought after for career satisfaction.
We have the following full & part-time positions available:

Human Resources Coord. Housekeepers
Wknd Security Officer Front Desk & Bell Stand
Lifeguard Lieutenant Laundry Attendant
Irrigation Technician Dishwashers
Spray Technician Room Service Order Taker
Delivery'Drivers Servers/Diningroom Attd.
Pool Technicians Gourmet Shop/Retail Clerk
Line Cooks Gym & Beach Reception
Banquet Set-Up Attd. Laundry Team Leader
Starter/Rangers Stockperson
Racquet Club Retail Asst. Room Service Servers
Equipt Oper./Laboters PM Turndown
THE SPA now hiring for various positions
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
See current openings at: Profiles.hospitalityonline.com/211464

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Banquet Supervi
Maintenance Eng

Looking for an organic work experience?
Natural Foods Market is looking for vibrant
individuals with a passion for organic &
these skills: Customer Service. Self moti-
vation/ excellent work ethic. Desire to
learn & grow. Ordering skills & produce
experience a plus. Apply in person at 363
Atlantic Blvd., Suites 7 & 8, Atlantic
Beach, ask for Shelly or Naomi. 246-2441.
FLORAL DRIVER Needed. Floral Empori-
um. 870 AlA North, Ponte Vedra Beach.

Lawn service seeks Individual to perform
dependable quality work. Excellent pay &
overtime available. Crew Leaders wanted.
Perschel Brothers Services, Inc. 246-
0967. -
COOK (FT/PT) Apply in person, Rite Spot
Restaurant, 1534 North 3rd Street, Jax
NEEDS FULL time Servers, Exp. Cooks &
Host/ Hostess with open availability. Apply
within 1018 North 3rd Si.. Mon- Fr. 2pm-

SWIMMING POOL Construction. Top
pay & benefits. Palace Pools. 998-1811.
11655 Central Pkwy #3t3, Jax, FL.

BEACHES CAR Wash- full time help
needed, Wages negotiable+ tips. Benefits
Avail. Apply in person, 1401 Beach Blvd.
Cooks. Must be able to work weekends.
'Top wages. Applyt in person 10am-2pm,
Campeche Bay Cantina, 127 ,1st Ave.
North. 249-3322;
DRIVERS CDL-A: Excellent Home-Time!
Greal pay/benefils. 0/0's welcome 2yrs.
OTR. good MVR. Centurian Auto Traps-
port 800.889-8139.
SERVERS' WANTED. Chizu Japanese
Steak House. Apply after 2pm, 1227
South 3rd St.
CHILD CARE Teachers wilh CDA. lop
pay. also Teacher's Assislants needed
220-3993. .

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2005 Vespa 200L, gun metal grey, less
than 1,000 miles, larger engine does,
70mph. $4500 OBO. Call 434-3564 for

2002 CONV. Van, low miles, many fea-
tures, new tires &. rins. Need to sell! 904-
242-9184. I

Ai NJ 01) 04.0m

LIMOUSINE $3195 OBO. Ford Tempo,
FOLDING, CAMPER, 1996 Coleman by 46,000 miles. $243195 OBO. Ford Te21-2058
Fleetwood. Niagara. $4500. 246-3089. 46,000 miles $2495 080. 821-2058.

2001 CHEVY S-10, LS; Extra clean condi-
tion. low miles, auto transmission, step-
slie bed, AC, CD, alloy wheels. $6500
0BO. 887-9030.
1999. CHEVY Conversion Van,. excellent
condition. 58,000 miles. $7000. 962-6295.
1994 SUBURBAN, loaded, dual air, high
mileage. $3350. Terry. (904)434-7246.'

1994 CUADILLACU eVille, 4dr. 157K miles.
Book $4475 asking $4000. 708-9645,
1989 "COLLECTOR" Toyota Landcruiser
127,000 miles with-200,000 to go., Power
window, super cold A/C, 4 wheel drive,
much more. Color blue- GREAT for the
Beach, $14,000 OBO, Call 285-5999
1997 BMW Z3 Convertible Roadster.
4-speed, 4cyl. Silver, great mileage.
$14,900. 247-1049.

1996 4 door, blue Cadillac DeVille. 84K
miles $3800 241-2552
2000 NISSAN Ultima GXE, imrhaculate
condition, low miles, 4 door, power win-
dows, locks, cruise, new tires. $7900
OBO. 887-9030.
1992 CADILLAC Sedan de Ville. 62,000
miles, good condition, black sapphire color,
w*dark blue leather upholstery. Cast alu-
minum wheels, tires like new, AM/FM ster-
eo cassette and all power accessories.
$3450. 246-8510.

1989 PONTIAC Firebird, Trans Am. Runs,
$495, 247-2618, 403-5734
1994 RED Convertible, Chrysler LeBaron.
Runs great, hew transmission. $700/firm.. 1993 FORD Thunderbird, low miles, auto
685-5011. A/C, CD $1200 OBO. 716-2586.

FIRST COAST Welding and Fabricaiio
Cair 859.0224

FLEA MARKET w.' 4 booIhs glass snei-.
.in .:l mer.-handise orieniai ilems ligur-
nes e ic $15,000. 1904)928-9432,
ALL CASH candy route Do you earn
$800 daay, 30 machines tree candy All
ic.r J9995 18881629-9968. B02000033.
Call us We wll nol be undersold!

'VENDING ROUTEi All casn boz Waier,
juice, energy drinks, soda, snacks, candy.
Great equipment &,support. Complete! Fi-
nancing available w/$7500 down.
(877)84 3.8726 B0&200203-'.
Established, turnkey, newly renovated.
$39.900. Call (904)534-0395. '

ACTIvE NAtrjN' honest dependable,
iranspunairon & references $9-.11/hr,
arny area CPR & FirsI Aid. FT & PiT

CHILD CARE in your home. $10, nr Call
Sara 241.?627
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.:ae s& Cod', work lor acule & chronic pain
reiier Home and oflice calls 16yrs. exp
704-6984 MA1i011921

HOME HEALTH gi1 available lor 24 hour
.-are in ,,ur Rnme Reliable. Good reler.
er.:ies 536-8459. please leave message

SiTTER.COMPANION. I'LL slay with Ill or
elderly Local references 246-1206.
WE PROVIDE Oualiry. lve-in, or hourly
care iar yOur loed one American Home
C.-.ipari.:.ris 285-7899.
More Ihar service more like a Irend.
Trari.p.rn.alion ic. doctors shopping eic.
220 u01-9
ai:iil witn daily lasi.s. Dr. appoinimenls.
meal-, arid ,mo.re. 19046317.741 7
.NEED SOMEONE To Take Care ol Elder-
ly? 24yr eApenrience Call Liz, 683-9638.
year4_. oi experience Reierences avail-
arie 1904t234-3915j

,.GE WHITE Kitchen Appliances Decora-
i..e boots. H50. Lighted curo cabinel.
$250 Bamb,: c., dinerte sei. $25.0 Baske.i
ball goal 5.0 Piease call 246.0841. leave
BED KIrG J- manress set, $289. Can de-
t.er ri'041391-0015.
KENMORE WASHER & Whirlpool dryer.
ter, good .condllion. $350 536-3232.
FREE GE Stove. older model, works
greaL. Call,710-7522.
BRAND NEW, must see.. 200' square
Yards of Mohawk beige, short, pile carpet-
ing, $975. 424-6809.

SALE. Stained glass, scrap glass, snow
room pieces, table tops. fireplace screens
Soumnern Glass Originals, 1079 Ailani.c
Blvd Salurday, 8am-1pm.
OUEEN BED Set. armoire night stand
dresser, $600. 241-0897. 434.4372.
BED- FULL-SIZE cherry sleigh bed.
-w/manress & box spring Musi sell $395,
Can deliver 19041858-9350
LIKE NEW -Snooze 'n Cruise Toddler
Bed. originally $175- plus nigiqn quality crib
manress and beddingi $145 OBO Ior all
Call 228.0028.,
SPA FOR 2 3 people. 1 yr old paid $4300
sell tor $2000 including extras All Wicker
natural color: wicker twin nead board,
single dresser w*qlas3, desk w.'glass cnair
and nighl sand f225 Very tail wicker en-
lertainment center $600, wicker bedroom
chest, armoire, and malching nignl sand
$275 Full size crahimalic bed complete
$500. anrinque maple leave dresser t00. ,
black leather oltice cnair warms $40.
wiinocul arms $25). Ornate black & gold
rim, nail able drawer $100. Square
Swood & glass dining [able Ircm lialy 300.
blue Ioveseal sola bed. ver comionable
$200. Three presidents cup yachl pic.'
lures, professionally Iramed w blue mal_
$150 all Iron clolnhes hramper custom
made in Italy one 01 a kind $85.
DINING ROOM Sei- Pier 1 Sanle Fe-
Sryle able, 6 cnairs side able. snel.es
$500 613-3541

HVAC: 3-TON air handler waier to air
$200 OBO FURNITURE: Manogany
slained rusiic coffee & end able f,200
OBO. RIMS. 20 custom rims, 6 lug wares
$500 OBO 686-4422
30t Exercses, 160lbs Like l'ew $200..
591-6331 .
7000 POUND drive on 1.11 lor cars. $1800
Call Sieve.-407-291-7554.
LAWN TRACTOR, Murray 468. 21np
automatic, warranty. like new $1000.

GAS POWER Back-Pack Leal blower br,
Homellle. Excelleni condition j7, .
WIDE SCREEN 51 inch Sony Rear Pro
jection TV. Set is HDTV capable. 3 years
old. New $2,000. Asking' $950. Call
242-7852 (evenings), 504-5188 (days).
WHIRLPOOL WASHER & Dryer. $75 ea
30 day warranry Deliver $20 318-8173
3 STORY Doll Hourse, Iumpieiy iurnisri.
ed. $100. 327-3743 or 230-7203..

ART SHOW featuring new parniirn.s bj
Jeanetle Phillips Twislea Sisiers Resiau-
rani. Beach Blvd Jax Beacn Wednesday.
04,26) 6'30pm.

John's River Mongage Foreclosure
4BR4J 5BA home on 2 ac Boaihouse
w,'doclk Saiurday Mav 13 1pm 141130
Mandarin Oaks Ln Maarndarer, FL.
whiltaucions corn Cal 888n-.21 08941

IF YOU are inleresiea in advenis
tnis category please call 904-249
emal. classified@ bjeac heileadei

8am-2pm Saturday Oh Sourh Beach
Parkway, 10 Jac'sonille Dr. to Sancluar,
1MULTI-FAMILY. BABY Sluft, Housenr.ild
items, elc 730am-1pm Saturday 2030
Horn Slieet
MUET'F FAMILY 161- household ,iems
blothel professionall 'ool:., piani, elec
games, etc. Sat. 4/29 8:30-2pm, 1200
blockol 191nSt.N

FRIGiDAIRE WASHER $150 and G E. FRI & Sat, 8-4.' furn., hutch, dresser,
Dryer $100 Call 241-1880. desk, sofa, & lots of stuff. 1215 N. 9thSt.

BUSINESS CARDS- 2000 full color, two
sizes, $99. 710-7957.
COMPLETE SET sola, lovesear, chair
onomans. sc:la able mirror dining able
w.six chairs Tropical look w ranlan ac-
cenis, exc-ellen condition Can emnai pic-
tures, $1500, 241-3572 .. I
BROWN LEATHER coucrh w tuds on
arms good cond 600 247-8939
BED- BRAND name queen ser..
new, w'warranry $129 Can deliver.
$ 75,st. 30'` thicker, siill in box, music sell.
GATEWAY PC. new hard drive 17' la3i
screen monIlor $400 OBO. 859 0503.
HOT SPRINGS HOI Tub seats 7. $2300
6 Parsons chairs. black., $,300 Dinrene set.
round glass-iop 4 chair. S350 2 0.0307
DOORS/ 1 French door. Approximately
ten. different sizes, $50-$100.
(904)241-0707. ,
BED- BEAUTIFUL Temp-pedic Memory
Foam mattress & boxspring, new in,
plastic w/warranty. $379. Must sell.
BUILDING SALE 'Plus Free Bohusl"
20x32 Now $4100 25x42 $6200. 30x52
$9800. 40x82 $18 400 Extensive range of'
s Pzes and models Ends. accessories op.
tional Pioneer li800t668-5422

PRIDE BRAND lift recliner, seafoam
green, excellent condition, $700 new, ask- TOYOTA SERGER sewing machine $150.
ing $300. 241-2552. 223-8655.

ONLY ONE more week unlil ine biggest
sale in the beaches Si Paul's Caiholic
Church annual rummage sale opens 5prri
Thursday May 4th.
MULTI-FAMILY GOOD iluh. reasonable
1208 Nonr. 7in SI Salurday 8arnur.ni

HUGE YARD Sale Renov'.atingl Salurda,.
8am-lpm. 616 Oak Streel
SATURDAY, 8am-lpm. Miscellaneous
goods. Great baby innings & maiernil,
clothes 1009 Marvone Lane
GARAGE SALE, Sal 4,29. 8-2pm. turn .
small iems 19.0 Penman R,

SALE. Stained glass, scrap glass, show
room pieces, table tops, fireplace screens.
Southern Glass Originals, 1079 Atlantic
Blvd. Saturday, 8am-1 pm.
MOVING SALEI' Furniture, houseware,
home decor, toys. li.:.hn'in including ma-,
ternity & baby acy most liom Babi Gap)'.
Saturday. 7:30am-12pm 134 1 Magnolia
BROYHILL DitlrIJGROOM set washed
oak, dinette LaDbe prom dresses clothes,
toys, & mi.c. ilems Sat, 8.12, 1.546
Ocean Blvd.


WHAT KIND 01 Iran,,rng are ,ou lo.PVirii
f.:.r' We .are now dcriering Puppy 101 and
Basic obed pierce classes plus all levels ol
Aqiirv CGC ciass.es are iFreci tJear
Craig Air Field Call u. '- Acilions Dog
Training Day rghl Cenier 642.1 782

,Specializing in Commercial and Residen-
.tial Cleaning. Lawn Care, Auto' Cleaning,
Window'Clean ng. Janilorial Services etc.
Call Hermon 246-4238. 612-1755

SEWING MACHINE Repairs Complete
lune-up' An makes all models, $49 50
LIFEST','LE MAN'AGERS ras a s 'lu.iion
for you. New'Mommy service, Senior TLC.
Houieew per-. Nannies and more. Call
904.2?4.8151 or

E I PADGETTS AGC & Heating, Inc Family
n.g under owned and operated: When quality and
9-9033 or customer service are demanded call
ru crr Travis at 588-5222.
.-ilHil Free EsihmaleS. License CAC1814887

13 years experience. Reasonable prices.
low minimum raltei ,\eekenrd appoint.
ments available i9041525.-7419.
A SPECIAL, touch for your rome No
crews ;rdi;,dual and excellent references.
Kimr, 568.-4191 1 .
DOVE SERVICES Carpet Cleaning
Whole house $69 3 rooms, hail $45.
Upho:.lsry cleaning Pressure Washing
rl niddern charges 1904-1247-8152.
A PLUS CLEAIItnrG honesi. dependable..
experienced, excellent service, reasona-
ble prices, great references. Call Kay
(904~ il 4-8:,92 ; '
SERVICES. Dependable n,.nesI,
imoroudri Local reference. Llerneed
Irnsured 563-1690
HOUSE CLEANitiG biweekly, weekly ex.
perienced, dependable, nocresi. reieren.
ces. Trici a, 563-1888.
-MATURE WOMAN w/experience looking
for private hbmes to clean. Ref's available.
Call 642-2430.

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

applicai;cons house calls, training, repairs,
upgrades wetbsiles, graphics Free phone
tech. 904-249-3034 or e-mail
callrob@ comcast.net.

COMMUNITY YARD Sale, Covington
Creek, San.Pablo Rd. Sat 4/29, 8-12.

males. local. reasonable prices. We do it
ighn inte lil time. No coniracis required
Call Ray. 607-0853

Specializing in "Complete Flowerbed
Cleaning and Workover". Call Hermon,
246-4238, 612-1755.1..
'*'"'* 1 -* .'*.

PAINT IT RIGHT! Inter.or exieror Free
esimrnales Call Mced WIlliams 285-2651
25r/s eperieri.:e

HATE TO PAINT?' Don't sweat it! Interior,
exterior, pressure' washing. Nice work!
'Nice prices[ Licensed, Insured. 226-6134.


fordable and reliable lawn service. 591- ing Most residential pools $25 week,
6920 emial Licensed. Insured We make
A.- ... ..-... .. .. ,,o vur hit- a inle easier 285-0240

PAY AS WE MOW lawncare service. iNo
I yearly contracts Pay only lor growing
morins 1904'1221-5217


PALM TREES. Hedges Tr;mmed Yard
Clean-ups Mulching Sodding whatever i1
takes eic Dave 249-4724

lawns Free estimates 246-0967

Cleaning. Licensed & Insured Free Esi,.
males Houses. decks. walkways drive-
ways palno. 248-9672
Sale rool cleaning. Deck & fence
restoration Pressure washing Licensed &
Insured. Call Kevin 994-0045

PRESSURE WASHERS fo.r rent or sale
Tucker Equipmeni Renlal 246-1330.

BEST PRICES IN TOWN!! Interior, exie-
rnor, pressure washing knock down iex-
lured to walls Rilerences. photos
Licensed,. insured. 226-6134.
free estimates, work guaranteed, licensed.
SAVE NOW! Interior & Exvernor painnr.g
Pressure waging 19yrs. at Beaches.
Free Estimates. 881-4223
FAST INTERIOR painting, drywall, tex-
lure Specialize in mrraller lobs Wil worK
ever.ings weekends Licensed. insured,
references 103.7389

NATIVE PAINTER- exceptional residen-
tial/ commercial pressure washing, paint-
ing, drywall crack repair, wall covering. Li-
censed, insured, references. 403-7389.

PAINTER, INTERIOR/ exterior, 16yrs
exp., referrals, 241-8046.
exU r-rr .

DEMO HOMESITES wanted n.owi For ihe
.New Kayak Pool' The on ground pcol with
in-ground lea ures' Urique Oppornunly
Save $. GCai a 8661348-7560 Free Esi.
mT3ales' Finanrcing

Remodeling, decks, siding, interior trim,
termite+ rot damage+, more. Licensed,
insured. 247-2728.
Repairs, speciaiizirig rn iermiiite damage.
246-1529. '



Specializing in Remodeling,
Additions, Decks, Repairs,
Roof Repairs & Re-Roofing
for the home or office.
(904) 247-3777
10% discounts for
Seniors & Military!
All Credit Cards Accepted
Certified Builder Certified Roofer
L, ," IB.',: ,i h B, L. .. i: : 1 3-' 8
Mt rr..-..n .! -. c B*r4.. r. b ..c.:,,.,

Specializing in., kitchens, cabinets, bath-
rooms, tile, doors, windows, rotted wood,
termite damage, roof leaks, drywall,
decks, etc. Honest, top quality work-
dependable for quality repairs, service
calls, painting, improvements and miscel-
laneous jobs. DAVE. 246-6628.
Complete remodeling services &.renova-
tions. Tile & Marble Specialist. Nick,
C&J HANDYMAN Services. Carpentry,
Drywall, Painting, Paperhanging, Tiling,
etc.4 Licensed, Insured. 955-0593,

Installation, Repair, Design. Excellent
work, references. Complete bath & kitchen
renovations. Nick, (904)962-9312.


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1998 CADILLAC Eldorado, 120,000
miles, pearl white, mint condition. $7700.
94 CHRYSLER NEW Yorker, cold air,
runs good, $1000. 716-2586.
1998 MUSTANG, white, V6, auto, AC,
CD. Nice! $3500. (904)273-6770.
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.

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