Section A: Main
 Section A: Main: Opinion
 Section A: Main continued
 Section A: Main: Calendar
 Section A: Main: Get Out
 Section A: Main: Sports
 Section B: Weekend
 Section B: Weekend: Leisure
 Section B: Weekend: Arts
 Section B: Weekend: Screen
 Section B: Weekend: Music
 Section B: Weekend: Religion
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Table of Contents
    Section A: Main
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    Section A: Main: Opinion
        page A 4
    Section A: Main continued
        page A 5
    Section A: Main: Calendar
        page A 6
    Section A: Main: Get Out
        page A 7
    Section A: Main: Sports
        page A 8
        page A 9
        page A 10
    Section B: Weekend
        page B 1
    Section B: Weekend: Leisure
        page B 2
    Section B: Weekend: Arts
        page B 3
    Section B: Weekend: Screen
        page B 4
    Section B: Weekend: Music
        page B 5
    Section B: Weekend: Religion
        page B 6
        page B 7
    Section B: Weekend: Arts and Entertainment
        page B 8
    Section C: Classified
        page C 1
        page C 2
        page C 3
        page C 4
        page C 5
        page C 6
        page C 7
        page C 8
    Hurricane Guide
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Full Text

JUNE 2,2006

'Hurricane Guide 2006'

In this issue



Vol. 43, No. 99

Phoenix is
unleashed in
See B-1

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

Wal-Mart tells city it'll be a plus for traffic

A study, on behalf of Wal-Mart indi-
cates that a proposed supercenter in
Neptune Beach would reduce "poten-
tial" traffic at the proposed site by
roughly 2,400 trips per day, according
to an attorney representing the retail-

But that's based upon the current
148,200-square-feet of retail space at
630 Atlantic Boulevard -the proposed
Wal-Mart site being fully occupied,
something it has not been for some
And City Manger Jim Jarboe said
Thursday that the traffic figures Wal-
Mart has provided the city aren't

enough for him to determine whether
the proposed project meets concur-
rency that is, ensuring the project
won't negatively impact adjacent
services such as roads, water,* and
"It doesn't tell me anything,"
Jarboe said of the traffic figures from

"The traffic study they have given
to me does not allow me to determine
whether they meet concurrency."
The traffic analysis by CPH
Engineers, Inc. provides that the pro-
posed site currently has the potential
- if fully occupied to generate 5,788
vehicular trips per day and 536 trips
during peak afternoon hours. The

study concludes that the proposed
Wal-Mart at the site will only generate
3,400 daily trips and 316 trips during
peak afternoon hours.
That's a reduction of 2,388 daily
trips and a reduction of 220 peak hour
See WA L-MART, A-3


some fiscal .

bite into f. '"::

pet laws

Failure to pay fines for ani-
mal control violations in '
Neptune Beach mray soon
carry a penalty of up to $500. ..
Thfie City Council at its
meeting Mlonday will give 4. UI
preliminary consideration to
an ordinance change that
makes animal control viola-
tions civil infractions for
which there may be a maxi- Y_,. !
mum penalty of $500J ,, ,,
imposed by the county court. ( IR
The city current, has no
way to force payment of ani- P"
rial control citations, accord- .
ing to staff. The lack of a
penalty means those cited ..,
may flout the law. m.
The proposed ordinance
change is a way for the city ..W',' ,, .
to enforce payment of its ani- Phot SUBMITED
tral control fines by making
[1. itatio n snlr to a traffic With the help of some recently graduated fifth grade students, Joy Swindell, a local artist, completes a
ticket, according to city staff. mural project at Atlantic Beach Elementary. Work by all the fifth grade classes began in May and was
the meeting will take place recently complete. The mural depicts an underwater scene consisting of sea turtles, a snorkeler and
at City Hall, 116 First Street, various other types of sea life and plant life. Swindell worked with each fifth grader individually while
following a budget workshop painting the 20-foot scene.
meeting at 6 p.m.

Two planning boards get lesson in land use

Members of two planning boards in
Jacksonville Beach received a lesson in land use
in a two-day training session at City Hall.
Attorneys Brenna Durden and Melissa Gross-
Arnold of Lewis, Longman and Walker detailed
the legal ins and outs of the state's land use reg-

ulations relied on by the Planning Commission
and Board of Adjustment when considering
variance, rezoning and conditional use applica-
"This training session is long awaited in some
people's minds," Planning and Development
Director Steve Lindorff said Tuesday. "We've
had numerous requests to put something like


Crews work to pull heavy equipment from a pit of muck Wednesday afternoon on Beach
Boulevard. Tow trucks used steel cables to hook onto the red backhoe. Traffic along Beach
Boulevard was backed up as much a half hour at times as crews worked to excavate the
equipment. Work is being done in anticipation of the construction of a new bridge at Beach
Boulevard. Work begins this month to replace the existing drawbridge currently in place. The
first span will be built north of the existing bridge and go over the property where the equip-
ment was stuck.

this together."
The program also reviewed the legalities
involved for quasi-ludicial proceedings in
which a specific body acts similar to a court of
law and discussed access to public records and
compliance with the state's Government in the

Shot fired

on beach

Attempted armed robbery was reported
May 28 on the oceanfront in Jacksonville
Beach at 1 a.m.
The victim told police he was walking on
the beach in the 300 block south when he
was approached by an unknown male sus-
pect in his early 20's and a female.
According to the police report, the victim
who noticed a gun in the suspect's left
When the victim began yelling that he
as being robbed, the male suspect struck
the victim on the head with the gun, dis-
charging one round in the air, police report-
Both suspects fled north on foot. A wit-
ness heard the victim yelling and told
police she heard a gunshot.
Officer impersonated
A man posing as a Jacksonville Beach
Police officer threw a bottle at a vehicle
Monday after a driver failed to obey his,
orders to stop her car at the intersection of
3rd St. and Beach Boulevard.
The 20-year-old victim told police she
was approached at 8 p.m. by a man wearing
a black shirt and khaki shorts. He walked up
to the driver side window and identified
himself as a police officer in Jacksonville
Beach. Suspicious when the suspect told her
to stop her vehicle, the victim sped away.

Code Red calls

possible at

the Beaches
A new high-speed emergency notification system
that will allow residents and business owners to
receive prerecorded phone messages warning about
public safety issues such as floods, fires, bomb threats
and hurricane evacuations is available.
The new technology, called Code Red, will be con-
sidered by Neptune Beach, but Jacksonville Beach
already uses the county's system, which is similar.
Atlantic Beach does not currently have an automat-
ed notification system.
A Code Red system became operational in St.
Johns County this week, using $15,000 worth of
money seized from drug busts to launch the system
- called Code Red and to provide 100,000 min-
utes of messaging to residents for the next two years.
"It's better than TV in a lot of ways." St. Johns
County Sheriff David Shoar told St. Johns County
commissioners in the board's meeting Tuesday.
The system, which is capable of making about
60,000 calls per hour, is geographically based,
enabling emergency officials to target the entire
county or certain areas, according to a press release.
Shoar said the messaging system will ensure that
residents will receive accurate, clear information
about public safety as quickly as possible.
"Code Red gives those people who want to be
included an easy and secure method for doing so,"
.Shoar said. "This information will only be used for
Public safety purposes."

Fund-raiser canceled for
mom; she advises donors
A June 11 cut-a-thon at a Beaches salon for
Debbie McGuffy has been canceled.
McGuffy, who said she has breast cancer that has
spread to her bones, but not her brain, said this
week that anyone donating to defray "astronomical
bills" and help her family should only give funds to
her family.
McGuffy said no one except her family has the
authority to collect donations.
"No one outside my family is to collect funds on
my behalf or on behalf of my children," McGuffy
She asked anyone who has donated to contact
her sister, Dana McCoy, at 662-1146.

In World War II, there were two star-crossed lovers
named Rick and lisa, and... oh, who can do it jus-
tice? See Rick and lisa on the big screen at the Sea
Walk Pavilion tonight at 9 p.m. as the "Moonlight
Movies" series continues with 1942's Best Picture
Oscar winner, "Casablanca." Humphrey Bogart and
Ingrid Bergman play tom-apart lovers reunited by
Nazis, some much-desired letters of transit, and a
song that nobody can play like Sam. Bring your own
seat, food and drinks to the Pavilion for
"Casablanca," and then...you'll always have Paris!

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Calendar ..................A-6 Opinion ..................A-4
Classified ................C-1 Police Beat ..............A-2
Religion ................ B-6 Sports....................A-8
Showtimes ..............-8 Weather.................A-2
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June 2, 2006

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A credit card fraud was report-,
ed April 26 in the 400 block of
Main Street. ,
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Someone reported that $50
cash was stolen from a residence
April 29 in the 100 block of
Mayport Road.

A purse was reported stolen
from a vehicle May 20 in the
2300 block of Mayport Road.

An aggravated "assault was
reported May 20 in the 90 block
of Stanley Road.
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A lawn mower valued at $169
was reported stolen from a resi-
dence in the 1600 block of Main

.A domestic battery was;
reported May 2 in the 1900
block of Mary Street.,

A credit card was reported
stolen from a residence May 22
in .the, 100 .block of Mayport
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A credit fraud was reported
May 23 in the 2200 block ofr
Seminole Road. .
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was reported stolen May, 25 in
the 100 block of Magnolia
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May 25 in the 200 block of
Camellia Street.

A blower valued at $275 was-
reported stolen May 26 in the
700 block Main Street.
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May 26 in the in the 200 block
of Atlantic Boulevard. '

A wallet was reported stolen
from a purse at a business May
26 in the 700 block of Atlantic

Gun shots were reported May
27 in the.70' block of Jackson

A siniple assault was reported
May 27 in the first block of
Ocean Boulevard.

Police reported May 28 that
$300 cash was stolen from a
hotel room at' the Sea Turtle
Inn, 1 Ocean Boulevard.

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reported stolen from a residence
May 28 in the 1100 block of
Scheidel Court.

A purse was reported stolen
from a vehicle May 30 in the
2200 block of Seminole Road.'
A 26-year-old Jacksonville
man was shot around 6 a.m.
Saturday in the 50 block of
Lewis 'Street, according to a
police report.' The victim was
airlifted to Shands' Hospital for
treatment of serious injuries,
according to the report, which
findi e&l.3 thatuthe ivictimi stif-
fered a broken femur in his left
leg as a result of the gun shot.
The injury is not life threaten-
ing, according to, police. Police
reported, they found crack
cocaine on the ground near the
victim. An investigation is

Someone reported that a rock
was thrown through a vehicle's
window May 31 in the 1400
block of 4th Street.

A fountain at 200 First Street
was reported damaged by van-
dals. The estimated damage is

A bicycle valued at $600 was
reported stolen from a residence
May 30 in the 300 block of
Myrtle Street.
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reported stolen 1vMay 30 from
the Beached Branch Library, 600,
Third Street.
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ed May 30 in the 1800 block of
Seagate Avenue.

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$649 was reported stolen from .a
residence May 30 in the 700
block of McCullum Circle.
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Johnson, 23, of Atlantic Beach
was arrested and charged with
possession of cocaine May 31 in
the area of Mayport Road and
West 10th Street.
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estimated at $250.

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block of 21st St. N.

An attempted car theft was
reported May 30 in the' 1800
block of Horn St.'
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Kelvin Lamar Bynes,: 32, of
Jacksonville Beach was arrested
May 31 and charged with bur-

glarv/conveyance with assault
in the 1100 block of 3rd St. S.,
according to police. ,

Rachel N.. Wilson, 25, of
Jacksonville was ,arrested May
28 and charged with aggravated
battery on a law enforcement
officer in the emergency room
ioi the 1300 block of 13th Ave. S.
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Jacksonville Beach was arrested
May 24 and charged with pos-
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24 and charged with possession
and purchase of a controlled
substance in the 200 block of
7th St. S. according to a police

Auto burglary was reported
May 25 in the 1900 block of
Beach Boulevard.

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He wears shoes on the beach

Cont. from A-1 ,
"... [T]his property [630
Atlantic Boulevard] is vested
with far more trips than what
is needed for the proposed
Wal-Mart," said attorney Karl
Sanders, who represents Wal-
Mart, in a May 25 letter to
Neptune Beach City Manager
Jim Jarboe.
The ... analysis demonstrates
that the existing shopping cen-
ter, when fully leased generates
... more traffic than the pro-
posed supercenter."
Wal-Mart representatives
April 17 filed plans with the
city to build a 117,000-square-
foot supercenterat the site, the
former location of Food Lion
and Big Lots. Food Lion closed
in August 2005 and Big Lots
closed in January.
'Sanders goes on. to say that
estimated traffic. reduction
"should come as no surprise"
because "one would expect
that replacing an existing retail
shopping center with one that
is some 30,000-square-feet
smaller would generate fewer
:traffic trips." -
"In sum; the proposed super-
center represents a significant
net reduction in the already
vested traffic generation poten-
tial of this site.
The city's Planning and
Development Review ,Board
will hold a public meeting June
20 to review Wal-Mart's plans.
Although the plans were
originally filed with the city
April 17, the city staff deemed
the materials "insufficient" for
review. Per city code, Wal-
Mart's representatives had
until last Friday to submit an
amended package of plans to
the city or the company would
have to reapply for the project.
The city received those plans
late last Friday.
City staff earlier this week
would not comment on
whether the plans received
Friday were sufficient to.,move
forward with a review.
But city Community,
Development Director Jason
Cleghorn said Thursday that
Wal-Mart will not have to reap-
ply. He said, however, that it

will be up to the Planning and
Development Review Board at
its June 20 meeting to deter-
mine whether the plans are
sufficient to move forward
with a review.
The Neptune Beach City
Council has asked the repre-
sentatives of Wal-Mart to fund
an independent traffic study of
the project. Wal-Mart has not
responded to that request,
according to city officials.
The council last month
expressed interest in having
the city fund its own traffic
study for the project. That idea
is scheduled to be discussed at
the council's Monday meeting.
The meeting will take place at
City Hall, 116 First Street, fol-
lowing a, budget workshop
meeting at 6 p.m.
Jarboe said Thursday a
traffic study would cost
approximately 56,000.
Also at Monday's meeting,
the council is expected to pass
a new ordinance that essential-
ly limits any one business in
the city from being over 60/000
square feet in gross floor area.,
The council tentatively passed
the ordinance 4-1 earlier last
The ordinance is aimed at
keeping Wal-Mart or any) other
"big box" retailer, from moving
into the city. It was proposed
after city officials learned that
Wal-Mart was, interested in
building a store in the city.
Sanders last month at a pub-
lic meeting indicated that the
company will sue the city if
such ,an ordinance is used to
prevent the project.
The council at its meetings
Monday will discuss whether
the city needs to hire an attor-
ney with expertise in land use
issues to aid in any' potential
legal challenges by Wal-Mart.
Jarboe said Thursday that hir-
ing an attorney would, likely
cost "$10,000 or less."
Wal-Mart's proposal has
sparked massive protests from
residents in the city who say
the store will bring too much
traffic to the area and hurt the
city's locally-owned, small'

Collection of beach trash amazes crowd

When you go for a walk on the
beach, Ponte Vedra seniors were
advised Thursday, be prepared to find
just about anything.
"I wear shoes now at the beach,"
Chris Benjamin, St. Johns County's
environmental coordinator, told guests
at the Palm Valley Senior Center.
"I learned that on the New Jersey
Reaching into, two large, plastic,
opaque containers and pulling out
items one. at a time, Benjamin showed
a-collection of things he has found on
his regular strolls on the sands of St.
Johns County.
There.were clear plastic containers of
bottle caps, balloon parts, plastic
straws, batteries, butane lighters and
cigarette butts.
"Fifty-seven percent of everything
that's out there quantitatively is a
cigarette butt," Benjamin said, bringing
responses of "Oh, my gosh" and "Oh,
my goodness". from the audience of
more than two dozen seniors.
There were toys, tools, a dummy mil-.
itary shell, corks from fishermen's net-
ting, a beach-ball-size wad of plastic
six-pack holders, an alien mask and
two paperback books.
"I found this book, too, but I'm
afraid to use it," Benjamin said, show-
ing,,the cover of "Stupid Government.
With his quick delivery matched by a
quick wit, Benjamin commented on
the items he showed and speculated on
how they may have ended, up on the .
beach, often bringing laughter from the
"Now, come on," he said, holding up
a container of thermometers. "It's hot
at the beach -'do we really have to.
know how hot it is?"
Holding a license tag, he asked, "If
you drive on the beach, why would you
leave your license plate there?"
Benjamin,, who said he has been
walking the beaches of St. Johns
County since 1981, also showed repre-
sentations or examples of things that
make it to the beach at the hands of
nature. .
Among them were numerous shells;
a plastic rattlesnake, a cloth skate -7

H '. -. ..l mor e .. .1
'Chris Benjamin shows the "bus" he found while walking on a St.. Johns County beach.
Benjamin spoke'Thursday at the Palm Valley Senior Center. 4

also known as a ray and a plastic sea
Don't touch any sea turtles 'spotted
on the beach, Benjamin said, advising
the seniors to call the Sheriff's Office if
they see.an' adult turtle in distress or a,
hatchling "going in the(wrong direc-
tion." .
When he held up bones from biuds
arid some audience members mur-
muired, "Ohhhh," Benjamin said,
"Those things happen. Birds; live and
die just like everybody does.""
"When you go out there, you need to
be prepared for everything," he said.
"We've actually found body parts -
from a burial at sea."
Benjamin said seniors can pick up
some harmless trash when they stroll
the beach but advised against collect-
ing hazardous items.
"The really bad stuff we'll come,
along and we'll clean it up," he said..
Benjamin said a July 5 beach cleanup
is planned to remove firecrackers and
either debris from July 4th revelers.

Beach cleaners seek aid
The annual Beaches Cleanup will be held on
July 5 after the Independence Day revelers have
left sparklers and other debris.
The cleanup is sponsored by the City of
Jacksonville's Clean It Up, Green It Up Division
and the Beaches Sea Turtle Patrol.
Volunteers will remove litter and debris
along the shoreline.
Litter bags and gloves will be distributed to
volunteers from 7-9 a.m. at the-.following loca-
Atlantic Boulevard at the ocean
Beach Boulevard at the ocean
16th Avenue South in Jacksonville Beach at
the ocean
Participants must be at least 18 or accompa-
nied by an adult and bring water and wear stur-
dy footwear and sun protection.
For more information, contact Clean It Up,
Green It Up at .630-3420 or visit' www.coj.net
, keyword search "beach-
'es cleanup."

Code: Neptune Beach to consider what St. Johns County has adopted

Cont. from A- Jarboe said Thursday that he 'tem proposes the ability to call it's the best in the world." $5,000 annually, he said. In St. Johns County, the sys-
plans to discuss possible pur- 1,000 residents per minute. It Jarboe said the city' current Monday's meeting will take tem will also inform residents of
The City of Neptune Beach is chase of the Code Red system also can leave prerecorded calling system costs about place at City. Hall, 116 First missing persons, escaped pris-
considering the system, City for the city with the City phone messages on the answer- $5,400 per year. The Code Red Street, following a budget work- owners and the location of sexual
N.faf~ger'- J1im- Jarboe-- said Council at its meting Nfidady. -ing machines of residentrs haid systerse.pefgedcjto cosajba4tit shop meeting at 6p.m. predators'.
Thursday, The. system .is al4o ,He says the Code Red 'fe'm-- 'business oWriers ivho '"don't; r. ,--, ~- O... "4 n '. r h '- r ...'. rr"* '
available to Jacksonville BMach will cost the city an estimated answer, he said.
and Atlantic Beach. $400 less per year and perform "It's a real interesting concept Attention People with Medicare:
Jacksonville Beach officials much better than the city's cur- [for the dty]," said Jarboe, who en Peopledi
say the city uses a emergency rent emergency notification sys- added that he viewed a presen-.
notification system called tern. station of the system at last week-
Dialogic which also has the abil- "We have a system right now end's city manager's conference .
ity of leaving messages, but it takes hours and it won't in Panama City.
SCity Communication leave messages," Jarboe said. "We thought we had the best
Supervisor Erin Loyd said:'. Jarboe said the Code Red ss- ,system and this one now says.- I .

Thursday that the city uses
Jacksonville's Emergency
Operations Center's .(EOC) EVERY YEAR,
emergency calling system, She .
said the city of Jacksonville approximately 300 CHILDREN
Beach used to operate its own( u DRW
emergency calling system but it under the age of four DROWN
was cost prohibitive.. in SWIMMING POOLS.
Atlantic Beach Director; of
Public Safety and Police Chief Paren Magazine
David Thompson said Thursday June 2004
that the city does not have an
emergency calling system.. Dn chil -
hompson said that he has Don't let your child be
looked into such systems in the f t
past but questions how much one of their!
the city would actually use
them. to hae be conSwimming Lessons Available at
minced [that we would use
one]," Thompson said, adding Beachese Aquatic Center
that he will watch closely how
much the city of Neptune Beach 297 Aquatic Drive (behind Publix)
uses its system. .
Jarboe says he's interested in TO register Call 246.3822
a new emergency notification A.k-,r
system which promises high-
speed calling and the ability to
leave messages with residents. I


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The Leader's Opinion

Now is the time to

speak on SJ charter

There is a serious proposal in the works to convert St.
Johns County to a charter, form of government. The
group of citizens working on the proposal has released a
draft charter and is now seeking feedback from count)'
officials and voters. After the document is refined, the
state legislature iwill be asked to authorize a referendum
for voters to approve or reject the charter.
Seventeen Florida counties, most in urban or high-
growth areas, have adopted charters to provide the con-
trol for the way they operate. St Johns County currently
operates under the rules and regulations laid out by state
law for non-charter counties.
Since the charter committee has asked for feedback, we
will offer some. By the way, the entire draft of the pro-
posed charter is available on our Web site. We encourage
you to offer your own feedback.
For starters, the proposed charter continues the current
practice of electing all five county commissioners coun-,
t-wide. While each commissioner must live in one of the
five districts, all voters in the county get to vote for any
commissioner. This gave rise to the current situation that
has Ponte Vedra Beach represented by a commissioner
who was defeated in Ponte Vedra Beach but won in the
rest of the county. It seems unfair that a district cannot
decide who it wants for its representative on the County)
We believe Commissioner Ben Rich's proposal to have
one commissioner elected by voters in each of the five
districts and two commissioners elected by the entire
county will provide much better representation and bet-
ter government. County Commissioners voted in March
to put this question on this November's ballot.
Another section of the proposed charter that we
believe needs refinement deals with charter amend-
ments. Amendments proposed by the Charter Review
Commission (appointed every 10 years) require the
approval of two thirds of charter commission members
in order to be placed on the ballot for citizen approval.
In addition, any proposed charter amendment must have
been considered at two properly noticed public hearings.
These are appropriately cautious requirements. A good
charter should be amendable, but not too easily.
Unfortunately, amendments placed on the ballot by
the County Commission or by citizen initiative do not
have the same safeguards. A simple majority of the com-
mission can place an amendment before the voters and
any citizen can get a charter amendment on the ballot by
getting signatures of 8 percent of the number of people
who voted in the last presidential election. A charter that
is too easily amended gets cluttered with rules that are
inappropriate for a charter isee the pregnant pig clause in
the state constitution).
Finally,; the charter proposed by the committee is too
detailed in its requirements for the county executive.
Specific education, including the exact field of study and
the degree required, as well as specific experience require-
ments, are details that do not belong in the charter.
,iTbese.getaiJsishquld be left to the Count)' Commission.,
..;Q G --Ji-eer-memibers whohUave produced this-draft of
a county charter deserve our gratitude. They have worked
many hours to get to this point. Now it is time for the
rest of us to carefully review the document and speak up.

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Wal-Mart is ,predatorial'

To the editor:
I have been in the retail
business for 20 years. Over
that period I have personally
witnessed \Val-Mart's predato-
rial approach to extinguishing
local competition (some of.
you may remember shopping
in Pic-N-Save Stores here in
Jacksonville) When Wal-Mart
moves into a community the
small business' suffer and
many of them simply do not
make it. If \Val-Mart is
allowed, to move into
Neptune Beach, not only willI
K-Mart and Winn Dixie go,
away, we risk losing surf shops
such as Aqua East, optical

shops, boutiques and other
small local retailers that are
the essential to the character
and environment of our
beach community.
Relative to increased traffic.
I urge the citizens of Neptune
Beach and Atlantic Beach to
drive their car on third street
thru Jacksonville Beach dur-
ing any event at the beach.
The traffic is out of control.
Dare try to ride a bike or
scooter, it is simply too dan-
gerous. This experience will
emulate to Neptune Beach
and Atlantic Beach if Wal-
Mart moves in.
I urge the citizens of our

beach community to read Bill
Quinn's book 'How t'alAlart is
Destroving America (and the
world And lliat You Can Do
About It'. This book will help
enlighten everyone on the
negative effect that Wal-Mart
has had in other communities
like ours. Quinn's book will
enlighten our citizens that
Wal-Mart is not always who
they say they are. Citizens be
aware that their attorney's
statements in The Leader sim-
ply are not what Wal-Mart
will bring us tomorrow.

Eric Harris
Jacksonville Beach

Proud of children in the military

To the editor:
My- name- -is Pegine
Echei'rria and I an- ;a-Y6ther
of two children. I have a
daughter (17) and a son (19).
One is in the National Guard
and the other is in the Army.
We are not a military family
and have had no previous
experience with the military.
My son joined two years ago
and I began a journey that
was unlike any I've ever been
I did not want him to be a
soldier. I wanted him to stay
with me, close to me so I
could protect him and watch
over him. I love him and
have always been there to
guide him and protect him. I
saw the TV shows and read
the paper I knew what was
going on and I didn't want
him to be a part of it.
He called the recruiter and
spoke to her. The recruiter
Slanted to come over, I told
her no. My son set up an
appointment. "He's growing
, up, taking charge of his life" I
thought "but he is not
becoming a soldier." My hus-,
band and I went to the meet-
ing with my son. We asked
tough questions, we .argued
and we didn't believe what we
heard. When we came home I
set out to prove that I was
right "this is not a good,
choice for him!"
I spoke (alright, interrogat-
ed) every vet and soldier I
could find.; I stopped every
person I saw in uniform and
asked about their life and
experience. I called on friends
in Human Resources and
asked their thoughts about
the military, .specifically
regarding the Armny and
National Guard, and the ben-
efits and deterrents of a mili-
tary background in the world
of work. What. I learned
changed me, my husband and
our perspective..
I learned the people who
serve in., the military love
what they do. That they are
given opportunities to grow,
to -lead and to learn that I
.knew my son would never
receive in the civilian world as
a young man (he was a bagger
of groceries for several years
but was never put in charge of
anything). I learned that
they found friends and rela-

tionships that bonded them
to each other in a way'J-i- vw
he wviuld rie\'er fi h in cor o-
rate .America or oh a college
campus. I learned the he
would learn that he is capable
of doing whatever is put in
front of him and that the
experience of pushing himself
beyond what he could ever
imagined would transform
him and make him stronger,
capable, responsible and con-
I also learned to confront
myself and acknowledge that
I was a barrier. I wasn't willing
to let him grow or move on.
That I didn't trust all the les-
sons I had taught him and all
the love that I gave him. I
didn't trust that 'he could
meet the challenges or that he
would be safe.
The last statement trust-
ing that he would be safe -
was the hardest one for me to
confront. How could I say I
wanted to keep him safe and
protected from bad things if I
let him drive? Why was it
okay for me to let him drive a
car? During his high school
career five teenagers died
from car accidents that is,
.0125 percent. According to
World Health
Organization/World Bank
report and the specific section
on the United States "The
death toll on our highways
makes driving the number
one cause of death and injury
for young people ages 5 to 27.
The staggering loss of life and
the incidence of life-threaten-
ing injuries occurring each
year is best described as a pub-
lic health crisis."
Yet his chances of being
hurt or killed in the military
were verve slim. Of all the kids
whp are serving in the mili-
tary from school not has been
killed. Of the 1.4 million peo-'
ple serving in the military a
small percentage 0.00164 per-
cent 12300) was killed since
the war began. I had to face
myself and acknowledge .that
I was using my fears and mis-
conceptions as barriers and'
that I was holding him back
from succeeding. I needed to
step aside. We supported his
decision arid signed the
The Transformational
Change, in the two years that

he has been a soldier has
-amiwed'rs. 7',:* [ '" *
/' e is- 'e-ct-,iident aridJ
is proud of his decision. He'
.stands taller, talks with more
confidence, has goals and
is...well a man.
2. He has mentors ithe
Army & National Guard calls
them sponsors). These men
and woman give him guid-
ance, confidence and moti-
vate him to be more than he
has been and to take on chal-
lenges. To our shock he has
decided to not only complete
college but become an officer!
This is a miracle.
3. He is organized' and
responsible. He follows
through on his commitments.
He wakes up and shows up for
work. I don't have to take
care of him. He calls to follow
up on his doctor's appoint-
ments and his college needs.
Just last week he called the
bank to question a charge he
would NEVER have done that
4. He is happy. He wears his
uniform and you can see him
smile and be happy.
After seeing Kenneth and
learning what the Army could
offer her as a career, my
daughter decided to apply
and has received an ROTC
scholarship. I never imagined
my daughter doing this. More
importantly, I never imagined
myself allowing her to do this.
I've met so many women
who are serving or who have
served in the Army and
National Guard. They don't
lose their femininity; they
gain confidence, leadership
and a sense of self. They take
on responsibilities and
leadership 'roles that I- could
not have dealt 'with .at their
The other benefit that we
have seen is how people hold
our kids in high regard. They
are seen as unique and'
leaders.. People continually
acknowledge them and,
applaud them.. They are
valued and are appreciated.
I am really proud of them
and what they have achieved.-
I hope you give your daughter
or son the opportunity to
learn whether the Army or
Guard is right for them.
Pegine Echevarria
Ponte Vedra Beach

Driver's license office near Big Lots

To the editor:
In the paper someone wrote
a letter to the editor about
the Beaches Driver License
place closing and not know-

ing where the new place is.
Well on the corner of Beach
Boulevard and San Pablo
Road in the strip mall that
has the BIG LOTS, The Driver

License' place is, there,
two doors down from BIG
Robin Dannehower
Jacksonville Beach



a'bit of


S"Can you spare five :mn-
,utes to come see my back
yard?" Susan, a new friend,
asked when I dropped by her
house to pick up some
.paperwork for a project I'd
been working on. Though
pressed for time and anxious
to look over the material
Susan had given me, some-
thing compelled me to stay
put for a little while."
"Oh sure. Why not?" I said
while crawling out of my
messy car.
Susan's front lawn was
much smaller and more
plain than I thought it
would be. Since she was a
leader in the local garden
club, I thought the young
grandmother's yard would
be a sea of organized colored.
It came as a surprise when
Susan only had two tiled
concrete benches and a
smattering of potted plants
dotting the front of her
immaculate property.
As soon as I passed
through the property's side
gate, I saw why. Susan had
saved everything for her
back yard bit of heaven.
"This is," I blurted while
catching my breath, "amaz-
ing. It's stunning."
It w;as. The entire half acre
was outlined in a thick forest
green hedge that was well
o'pver-Leight feet high: A
sprawlingg oak trceet'sod tn a
carpet otf spnng green tern
while decks, swings, picnic
tables, fountains, statues,
bird baths and a rainbow
colored side garden targeted
to welcome wildlife, gave the
cottage looking yard the feel-
ing of being an outside
room. It seemed like I was
standing in the middle of a
"Better Homes and Gardens"
"It's taken a few years to
get it how I wanted it," Susan
said. "But now there is no
where on earth I'd rather
spend time than Tight out
here with my dogs."
Violet and Muffin, a 70-
pound greyhound and a 7-
pound Yorkie, both rescues
that would have been eutha-
nized if not for their human
"mom", seemed overjoyed to
hang out as well.
As Susan and I strolled
from one end of her outdoor
retreat to the other, life
began to feel slightly
slower. By the time my
friend and I plopped in
wooden swings near a trick-
ling fountain, I was ready to
camp out.
"This is' ,so soothing," I
said. "Wish-I had time for a
place like this'each day."
"Make time. I did," Susan
replied before telling me
how, at age 45, she gave up a
corporate position for a
chance to spend more time
with the people, and in the
places, she loved.
"When my father ended
up spending the last six
months of his life in a
nursing home, I visited every
day," Susan explained. "It
changed my perspective on a
lot of things. I knew that if I
didn't do something drastic,
I was going to miss out on
the essence of life."
'Susan said she cut back to
part time, made lots less
money, and Had far fewer
material perks. She also
became much more relaxed
and joyful.
"Paring life back to the.
basics did wonders for my
marriage," Susan said. "I
realize that everyone can't
do what I did, but I also'
know that no amount of
money could buy what we
have now. Giving up a hectic
lifestyle and extra stuff was
the right choice for us."
A choice,. I thought while
hurrying on to work, that
may be worth some serious


J Une/., Ta LPVVU

More letters to the editor:

Proposed changes are flawed for AB
To the editor: Street, an area Mayor Wolfson ing a proposed 8-foot front-
The scheduled 5 to 7 p.m. AB has so adamantly omitted from yard setback credit. (So much
Community Development "Community Character" pro- for Mayor Meserve's recom-
Board: meeting went 2 hours tection. mendation for "incentives" to
overtime on Wednesday night The most severe changes are: foster Community Character).
as the audience (except for one 1. "Coverage by Atlantic Beach is a wonderful
vocal commissioner) quietly Buildings" now dropping from place, and with so many resi-
obeyed the "no talk rule". 50% on all buildings, to 45% dents wanting to move here,
The CDB first voted to for single story, 40% for two grow their families, improve
remove the draft's first para- story, and 35% for three story., their homes, (and STAY) here,
graph's "negative" Purpose and 2. The most "far reaching" due to diversity, quality of life,
Intent language, deleting "lim- law is the "FAR", or floor area and good common sense, our
iting 'or adversely affecting ratio, common to commercial "community Character is
individual property rights or construction but rarely applied doing just fine. This newly cre-
property values", and also residentially. The TOTAL of ated OVERKILL of multiple,
deleting "recognizing diversity ALL floors footage CAN NOT redundant, and overlapping
as an asset to this community's exceed 60% of the LOT footage restrictions will add complexi-
unique character", as "prob- calculation, ty, confusion, compliance and
lematic". The CDB then went 3. Side wall planes CAN NOT enforcement challenges to the
on to approve multiple restric- exceed 35 feet without hori- staff of Atlantic Beach. We ALL
tions limiting property owners zontal offsets. agree that 'some minor tweak-
ability to build or remodel their 4. Primary wall height at nor- ing of our CURRENT building
homes.' The CDB flip-flopped mal setback CAN NOT exceed regulations can create INCEN-
and deleted the 671-lot Saltair 22 feet for the first two floors. TIVES to build smaller homes
subdivision as the westward 5. Third floors severely with "Community Character".
line of restriction (for now) has restricted with additional 5- But a draconian overhaul with
been shifted to Old Sherry foot setbacks on ALL 4 sides. "too much, too fast" lawmak-'
Drive per "Section A" Plat of 6. Eliminated one of the ing may create long term reper-
"Old Atlantic Beach ", and nicer things about the amend- cussions not yet calculable.
extended the "core city" restric- ment, no more incentives to Rodney de Caile
tion area NORTH to 16th build front porches,. by remov- Atlantic Beach

Commission needs to stay focused

To the editor
Recently the "movement" in
Atlantic Beach to "Save" the
town has become very interest-
ing. The make up of the leaders
of the movement as listed on
their website is suspect at best.
Involved are no less than.
three architects, two realtors,
two developers, one contractor
and a couple that recently built
a "McMansion" on a postage
stamp lot. Would it be fair to
say they all have a financial
interest in maintaining the sta-
tus quo? .
They can afford to mount a
slick campaign to
preserve their interest.
The petition listed on the
website has many flaws, and as
a legal document would not be
allowed as there are no less

than 50 signatures that. do not
have Atlantic Beach addresses.
It implies the petition's
originators obtained as many
signatures as possible to show a
large number. The number of
signatures is less than 7 percent
of the population.
Unfortunately, the original
focus. of the citizens that
brought the overbuilding prob-
lems to the city have been
ignored. The projects built on
2nd St. that have two very large
boxes with 35 foot high walls
7.5 feet from the property lines
were the examples used by
these citizens.
They block the seabreeze and
they place the adjacent proper-
ties in the shadows of the
morning and evening sun.
The city commission needs

to stay focused on the original
problems as expressed by the
homeowners in the core city
and move to keep the area from
being over built.
Mayor Wolfson did not cre-
.ate the Winter report. The-
report .was funded and
approved by the Meserve com-
mission. The commission has,
not voted on any parts of it-to
It has been difficult to sepa-
rate the facts from, fiction. As a
responsible property owner I
urge my fellow citizens to
w e i g h.
the issues carefully, Zoning
'laws do protect your
property and can be beneficial
to all.
Milton Devereaux
Atlantic Beach

Leave character of Third Street alone

To the editor:
As a resident of Pine Street in
Neptune Beach, I must respond
to a recent letter by my neigh-
bor Del Baker concerning a few
scrawny plants at the intersec-
tion of First and Pine streets
impairing his 86-year-old
mother's driving abilities.
Del's mother is one of the
nicest people you'll ever meet
and if she genuinely has prob-
lems at this intersection, I have
to wonder if she has the same
problem in other parts, of the
For example, does she have
problems exiting. Pine Street
onto Third Street, where
Neptune Beach just spent thou-
sands to landscape the medi-
ans? Does she find sight lines
blocked at intersections in
Jacksonville Beach? Do parked
cars on First Street cause con-
cerns for her? What Del neg-
lected to mention is that this is
just the, latest skirmish in a
- long-simmering feud among
various .,neighbors on, Pine.
Street that has included street-
lights, frog ponds, : security
lights, parking and errant
Del appeared before the
'Neptune Beach City Council
and, using the adult version of
a child's ratings, begin tossing
out the L-word lawsuit if
the bushes weren't removed.
Though I believe Del's con-
cerns are unfounded, he has
illuminated a much larger
problem: Neptune Beach's
schizophrenic policies, regard-
ing public landscaping.
In Neptune Beach, overreac-
tion is the response we've come
to expect from our' elected
officials and bureaucrats and
Del's bush bashing now has
taken an even more absurd
Apparently, City Manager
.Jim Jarboe ordered Police Chief
David Sembach to inspect
every intersection along
First Street to identify offend-
ing plants so the. city could
begin clear-cutting the 20 prob-
lem spots Sembach reported.

It's becoming evident that
Jarboe lacks the acumen to
manage a child's lemonade
stand, much less a city. (The
Solantic debacle that cost tax-
payers thousands and the
inability to have trash collected
on a regular basis are just two
examples that come to mind,
but that's a. different letter).
And if the police chief doesn't
have anything better to do
than stakeout a bunch of nefar-
ious foliage, then he should
turn in his badge and Neptune
Beach residents should open a
discussion on Whether we
should continue to spend tax-
money on a police department
that obviously has too much
time on its hands.
As I mentioned, Neptune
Beach recently spent a couple
hundred thousand to 'land-
scape medians along Third
Street, a project that I believe
has drawn near-unanimous
praise. It's been so well-received
that residents are clamoring for
more medians to be
landscaped. But what's good for
Third Street appears unaccept-
able in other parts of the city.
In recent months Neptune
Beach 'has waged a bullying
can-ipaign against 'oceanfront
homeowners' who live adjacent
to street ends, threatening to
remove landscaping at many
locations, while actually
butchering plants and bushes
at other spots. On Pine Street,
oceanfront homeowners John
Roberts and Todd Krohn have
spent hundreds of dollars and

man hours beautifying and
maintaining the street end,. a
job the city abandoned years
ago. They, like many other
oceanfront homeowners in
Neptune Beach, have created a
welcoming access, not only for
residents, but for visitors to our
And what was the city's
They approached Roberts
and threatened to cut down his
hedge. Why? Because city offi-
cials are terrified that
landscaping may create the
impression that this is a private
.Now, they plan to expand
their search-and-destroy tactics
to First Street, which I guess
will make it much easier for
elderly drivers to navigate our
streets. It's time for Neptune
Beach to halt this madness.
Instead of turning First Street
into a wasteland, our elected
representatives should be work-
ing to create a park-like setting
along First Street.
Lately, there has been an out-
cry about a proposed Wal-Mart
destroying the charm and char-
acter of our city, and rightfully
so. But the enemy within -
Neptune Beach City Council
members and bureaucrats -
are the ones seemingly intent
on destroying the character
east of Third Street.
In other words, leave our
plants alone.
Jeff Brooks
Neptune Beach

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Richard Wendel Brooker, 77,
died in Chula Vista, California.
He was born March 28, 1929 in
Chicago ancj moved, to
Jacksonville when he was 10l
years old. He attended Andrew
Jackson High School and
Jacksonville University. He
served in the U.S. Army Air
Force. After being discharged as
staff sergeant, he worked for the
Ford Motor Company in
Chicago. In 1955, he joined the
Duval County Road Patrol as a
deputy sheriff. After 12 years
with the sheriff's office, Brooker
joined the U.S. Customs Service

Irene R Dea

Irene P.. Dean Richmond, 83,
died May 21, 2006. She was
born December 8, 1922 in
Pittsburgh to the late Edgar and
Florence Wagner. She moved to
the Beaches area in 2001 from
Belleview, Fla. Family members
include daughters Sharon Bye of
Belleview. Barbara (Howard) Lee
of Tacoma, Wash. and Cheryl
(Larry) Bradford of Jacksonville;
grandchildren Brenda (Stan)
Dupree of Lublin, Wis., Debra
Moore of Alabama, Robert
Moore of Belleview, Mark Bye of
Belleview, Howard "Skip" Lee of
Tacoma, Wash., Caroline

Linda Lou C
Linda Lou Clark onese) died
on May 30, 2006 in Orange
Born Feb. 7, 1944 in
Charleston WV, she was a grad-
uate of Stonewall and married to
John Clark (Charleston
Catholic) for 44 years. She and
her husband were longtime
employees of Shoney's Inc..
She is survived by her four
children, 'Carrie Clark-Mills

Danielas a crimiooker,
Broker, gator. Br
Ban S. Bdeaconoker; sst
arrell and Oceanwa
Saturday in Dhurch.
Cemetery in Jackudes
military honoyears.
Broker AElizabeth
Daniel L. Brooker,ad
Brooker, Gary W. Bro
Bryan, S. Brooker; sist
Sarresolle; and 910 grand
Services will be was held
Saturday 5 in' Dunn
Cemetery 'in Jacksonv
military honors.b

Dean and Fred RchRichmon

(Shane) Alexander of
and Rachel Brad
Jacksonville; and 9 gre
children. She was pre
by her late husband
Dean and Fred Richm
also a grandson,
Bradford. A memorial
will be held 2 p.m., S
Ponte Vedra United 1
Church wittl Rever
Bennett officiating. Sh
interred beside her
band, Harry Dean, i
National Cemetery.
directed by Qu
Funeral Home.'

lark (Jone.

(John), John, Greg an

le was a

Josephine Beauchamp

at Josephine Beauchamp
y, Baptist WVilson, 92, of, Jacksonville,.
Family died Monday, May 29, 2006.
his wife of She was born on Dec. 9, 1913
rs, Jean in Russellville, Kentucky. She
White was predeceased by her hus-
sbns, band of 60 years, Willard H.
Kevin A. Wilson, in 1991. She spent
)oker and' most of her life in Kentucky.
er Alvina She was an avid reader, family
children. historian, and gardener, as well
I 2 p.m., as the creator of many beauti-
, Creek ful quilts and embroidery.
ille with pieces. She is survived by two,
children, Billy J. Wilson
d: (Allene) of Virginia Beach,
d- Virginia, and Jacqueline W.
S Nichols' (Gerald) of
Jacksonville; four grandchil-
f Tacoma dren, Andrew Nichols of
ford of Liverpool, England, Steven
eat-grand- WVilson (Mary), of Great Falls,
deceased Virginia, .Kathryn Gunter
ds, Harry .(Scott) of Atlantic Beach and
rond, and Deborah Sutliff (Jeff) of Westf
Patrick Hartford, Connecticut; seven
al service great-grandchildren, William,
sunday in Spencer and Natalie Wilson,
Methodist Kendall and Taylor. Gunter,.
rend Jeff Nichole and Alyson Sutliff; sib-
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late hus- Beauchamp, -Frances Soyers
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Services other' family ;members and
inn-Shalz' friends. Graveside services will
be on June 10 at 10 a.m. at
Maple Grove Cemetery in
s) Russellyille, Kentucky with a
memorial service to follow at,,
Berea Christian Church. Inlieu
nd Dawn of flowers, donations m.ay be

Clark and two grandchildren,
Chase and Savannah Mills. She
is also survived by her sisters.
She is predeceased by her moth-
er Odessa Bell Grass and her"
father Shelby Theodore Jones,
as well as her two brothers.
A Mass of Christian Burial
will be Friday at Sacred Heart
Catholic Church in Green Cove
Springs at 4:30 p.m.

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Friday, June' 2
Book signing: Mara Uman
Hixon will sign copies of her
book "Turtles Way: Loggy,
Greeny & Leather" from 7 to 9
p.m. at the First Street Gallery,
216-B First Street, Neptune
Beach. Call 241-6829 for infor-

Saturday, June 3
Open house: Rainbow
Pediatric Center, 4745 Sutton
Park Court (near the Hodges
and J. Turner Butler Boulevard
intersection) will have a kid's
summer fair and pediatric open
house from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Call 223-1900 for information.

Poker run: The Chrome'
Divas of Jacksonville will host
the Second Annual Juliana
Wetmore Benefit Poker Ruri to
benefit 3-year-old Juliana
Wetmore, born with Treacher
-Collins Syndrome. Registration
starts at 9:30 a.m. at the
Malabar Lounge, i9801 Beach
Blvd., with the first bike out at
11 a.m. The ride ends at 7 p.m.
at Buffalo's Cafe in Orange Park.
Call Jennifer Samioglous at 904-

Bluegrass concert:
"Tomorrow's ,, Bluegrass"
Concert will be held from 2 to 6
p.m. at the Atlantic Theatre,
751 Atlantic Blvd., Atlantic
Beach. Tickets are $10 for
adults, and $5 for children 15
and under. Call 249-7529 for

Barbershop Extravaganza:
The men of the First Coast
SMetropolitans and the women
of the Jacksonville Harmony
* Show Chorus will co-host
"Barbershop Extravaganza!" at
2:30 and 8 p.m. at the Times-
Union Jacoby Symphony Hall
for Peirforming Arts, 300 W.
Water St., Jacksonville. Tickets
are $15 for the matinee and $28
for the evening show. Call 350-
1609 or visit www.jaxharmo-
ny.com for information.

Frisbee championship: The
llth Annual Florida State

Land Use:
Cont. om A-I I
Sunshine Act requiring all

city business be conducted in
the sunshine.
"It's a good reminder of what
the law is," Gross-Arnold said.
Durden said Florida land use
' land are challenging because of
constant "statutory changes,
new rules and case law deci-
"It's just the way it is. It's
tremendous to keep up with,"
she said. "Next year or next
week or tomorrow there could
be a new decision that says
something different than what
is on the books today."
As the dty's local planning
agency, the Planning
Commission initiates and
reviews amendments to the -
Comprehensive Plan and Land
Development Code, rezoning
including Planned Unit'
Development and conditional
use applications.
Recommendations are submit-
ted .to the City Council for final
S The Board of Adjustment ;
considers applications for vari-
ances and appeals of interpreta-
tions of the LDC or Zoning
Gross-Arnold urged diligence
among the members to conduct
city business in accordance with
the law because any misstep
could nullify a decision or result
in a lawsuit.
"This will give you some:
guidance on how to conduct.
yourself during the course of a
meeting." Durden said.
A recent decision by the
Planning Commission to deny
an application for a rezoning
was quashed in court because
the judge ruled that the vote
was not based on fact.
"If competent, substantial.
evidence is presented on both-

Canine Frisbee
D i s c
will be held at
5 p.m. at
Mandarin High
School. Player
starts at 2:30
p.m., with dis-
tance only
starting at 3
p.m. Call 904-
910-1351 for

Job seeker
'Chr i s t
Ep is c o p a I
Church is
sponsoring a
free job seeker
workshop at
the Christian
Center, Room
108, 400 San
Juan Drive,
Porte Vedra.
Call 285-6127
or e-mail

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information or
to sign up.

S c i e n ce :
S to r y t i me
Science will be
held from 3 to
4 p.m. at
C a s t a w a y
I s I a n 'd
Preserve, 2885
San Pablo
Road South.
The program is
for ages 7 and
under and
their adult
Read a story
then examine
the science
involved. Call
630-3577 for

Beach e s
Wa t c h :
Beaches Watch
will meet at 7
*p.m. in the
comr m unity
room of the
Pelican Point

Mara Uman Hixon will sign copies of her book "Turtles Way: Loggy. Greeny & Leather" from 7 to
9 p.m. today, June 2, at the First Street Gallery, 216-B First Street, Neptune Beach. Call 241-
6829 for information.

Missions conference: Christ
the Redeemer Church will have
a missions conference today
and June 4. The conference
starts at 6:30 p.m. today, and at
9 a.m. June 4. The church is
located at 190 S. Roscoe Blvd.,
Ponte Vedra Beach. Visit
www.christ theredeemer.com
for information.

Contra dance: Contra dance
with a live band will be held at
the Cobalt Moon Water Studio,
214 Orange St., Neptune Beach.
Call 246-2131 for information.

Tuesday, June.6
Senior workshop: A free sen-
ior workshop relating to invest-
ing will be held at 10 a.m. at
Edward Jones, 13171 Atlantic
Blvd., Suite 300. Reservations
are required. Call 221-8501.

Planning boar

sides, you have a balancing
decision to make," Durden said.
"It is important to look at the
weight of that evidence."
Lindorff noted a prior case in
2000 when the city's decision
was upheld in Circuit Court.
The case went before the First
District Court of appeals and
the Circuit Court's decision was
quashed because the judge
ruled that the court applied the
wrong law and listened to the
wrong experts.
Durden said board members
when considering lay testimony
must be able to discern fact
form speculation.
"For example, it is going to
cause too much traffic is specu-
lative. It is speculating what a
particular project might do,,"
she said. "That is not going to
fly. It's too ambiguous."
Facts, Durden said, are often
simply facts and not evidence

Exhibit: "All Fuderer: Urban
Renewal" will be displayed at
Pepper Rama Gallery of
Visionary Art, 4555 Shirley
Ave., Jacksonville. An opening
reception will be held June 9
from 6 to 9 p.m. E-mail
art@JaxHotSauce.com for infor-

Fair tax presentation: The
East Arlington/Beaches
Americans for Fair Taxation will
hold a presentation explaining
the fair tax plan from 6:30 to
7:45 p.m. at the Pablo Creek
Regional Library on Beach
Boulevard. Admission is free.

Wednesday, June 7
Women's connection: The
Atlantic Beach Women's
Connection will-host a celebra-
tions and great adventures
brunch from 9:30 to 11 a.m. at
Selva Marina Country Club,

1600 Selva Marina Drive.
Atlantic Beach. The cost is $12,
and complimentary child care
will be available. Reservations
are required by June 5. Call
Susan at 904-714-9962 or Mary
at 904-223-1002, or e-mail
for reservations or more infor-

Art Walk: The First
Wednesday Art Walk will be
held in downtown .ackson\ille.
Call 634-0303 or 634-8988 for
information, or visit
www. Down townJ.acksonmille.or

Outdoor Observations:
Outdoor Observations will be
held from 1 to 2 p.m. at
Castaway Island Preserve, 2885
San Pablo Road South. The pro-
gram is for all ages. Call 630-
3577 for information.

ds schooled in the law
that relates to a specific project ',.df6zen de1velopbreKlhto
or development. prove they had vested rights in
"You have to ask yourself, November, 2004 when building
does it rise to competent, sub- height was restricted to 35 feet.
stantial evidence?" she said. Some citizens have com-
"The issue is in its interpreta- plained that city officials are not
tion. [An applicant] would have being forthcoming with infor-
to submit supporting informa- mation requested pertaining to
tion to back it." those cases.
Durden said experts should
be selected based on the expert-
ise in a specific field.
"You would not want a ,.,,
stormwater engineer to talk to :
you about transportation," she i
said. 5 .
Applicants before the Board -
of Adjustment are often repre-
sented by a real estate agent. ,,
Durden said the board should 'i A
limit discussions with Realtors
to that field and not consider
any outside issues that "they are
not qualified to discuss."
The city also faces several
property rights lawsuits filed by

Condormnium, 1901 1st St N.,
Jacksonville Beach. The meet-
ing is open to the public. For
information, call 513-9242 or
visit www.beacheswatch.com.

Underground film series:
The Jacksonville Museum of
Modern Art's Underground
Summer Film Series will be held
today, and June 14, 21 and 28,
at 7 p.m. at 333 N. Laura St.,
Jacksonville. The cost is $5 for
members and students, and $7
for non-members. For informa-
tion, call 366-6911, extension

Thursday, June 8
Republican women: The
Republican Women's Club of
Duval Federated will have a
luncheon meeting at
Wyndham Hotel (previously
Radisson Riverwalk), Prudential
Drive, Jacksonville. A social

starts at 11:30 a.m., followed by
the luncheon meeting at noon.
Representative Randy Johnson
is the guest speaker. The cost is
$16 in advance or $20 at the
door.. To R.S.V.P,' e-mail
info@'rwcdf.org or call Willa
Ferrell at 910-3533 by June 6.,

Republican Club: :The
Republican Club of the Beaches
will meet at the Adele Grage
Cultural Center, 716 'Ocean
Blvd., Atlantic Beach. A social
starts at 6:30 p.m.,, followed by
the 7 p.m. meeting.
Representative Don Davis is the
guest speaker. Call Ed Raube at
246-7979 for information.

Book signing: Local author
-Mary Kohnke will be at The
Book Mark, 299 Atlantic Blvd.,
Atlantic Beach, at 7 p.m. to dis-
cuss and sign copies of her mys-
tery, "She Said What?!" Call
241-9026 for information.

Friday, June 9
Exhibition: A printniaking
exhibition. will be held through
July 22 at the Cultural Center at
Ponte Vedra Beach, 50
Executive Way, Ponte Vedra
Beach. Call 280-0614 for infor-
mation, or visit www.ccpvb.org.

Noon Break: Friends of the
Beaches Branch Library will
present Judy Ratcliffe from
noon to 1 p.m. at Noon Break.
The program is free and open to
the public. Call the Beaches
Branch Library at 241-1142 for

Moonlight Movies: The
"Moonlight Movies" film series
will be held from 9 to 11 p.m.
The movie is "West Side Story."
Call 247-6100 and press 3 for

Saturday, June 10
Koi pond tour: Members of
First Coast Koi, Goldfish &
Water Garden Club will host a
self-guided tour of member
ponds in Duval County from 9
a.m. to 5 p.m. The cost is $6.
Call 724-0350 or visit
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Or what you Wilt...
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.For more information, call

Sir Francis who?
On Saturday at 8 p.m., the
Historic Florida Militia will
conduct a -free re-creation of
the raid of 1586 in the -Plaza
de- la Constitucion in dowri-
town' St. Augustine. The re-
enactment will provide an up-
close .look at what it was like
for St. Augustine residents to
defend the city against the
British, led' by Sir Francis
Drake. On June 7, '1586,
Drake's 23 ships and 2000
Englishmen attacked the city-
with cannons from Anastasia
jIsland. The next day, they
stormed through the
streets and burned St.

Nature Movies
.: ', :.- ., A ,5'v q
This mont the Gqana
Reserve's Nature Movies
series continues with a
series of films focusing
on oceans and fish. The
movies will be shown at
the GTM Reserve
Environmental Education
Center at 10 a.m. and
again at 1 p.m. on
Saturday and Sundays.
The Center is located at
505 Guana River Road.
Admission is $2 for
adults, $1 for children
aged 10-17 and free for
children under 10.

June 3/4: 'The Deep"
explores the ocean's of
perpetual night and
mountain ranges and
spotlights some strange
life forms.
June 10/11: "Open
Ocean" travels thousands'
of miles of marine desert,
where many of the
ocean's most spectacular
predators live.
June 17/18: "Seasonal
Oceans" details the chal-
lenges faced by ocean
creatures when the seas
get colder and rougher in
June 24/25: "Tidal
Seas" examines the
effects of strong tides on
sea creatures and land-

Augustine to the ground. The
event will also feature a 16th
century encampment at the
Fountain of Youth on
Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The encampment: will include
military drills and
period skill demonstrations.
Admission to. the Fountain
of Youth and the encampment
is. $6.50 for adults and $3.50
for children. For: more
information, call the Visitors
and Convention Bureau at
1.800.653.2489 or visit
their Web site 'at
Photo extravaganza
The Cummer 1Museum of
Art & Gardens is hosting
Family Day on Sunday from
noon to 5 .p.m. Bring the
entire family and enjoy a day
of art, gardens, education and
fun. The day will be filled with
live music, art activities, scav-
enger hunts and more. 'The
event coincides -with the final
day of Ansel Adams & Edwin
Land: .Art, Science, and
Invention Photographs from
the Polaroid Collection. The.
exhibition showcases more
than 80 prints from legendary
photographer and master
printmaker Ansel Adams.
Adams is internationally rec-
ognized for his crisp, detailed,
and grand sweeping beautiful
images of our natural environ-
ment. In addition to the work
of the famous Adams, muse-
um-goers can view local pho-
tographs inspired by the St.
Johns River at The St. Johns
River: Captured Through the
Lens. The event is free, and
'the museum is located at 829
Riverside Avenue in
Jacksonville. For more infor-
mation please call 904-356-
6857. .
Healthy eating
Are you sick of trying to get
your kids to eat healthier?
Connie Evers, author of "How
to Teach Nutrition to Kids"
and noted nutritional expert
will be at the Julington Village
Publix in Jacksonville on
Thursday, June 8 to promote
.with )our food." Evers incdi-
poiates rtuits ard vegetables
into kids' diets to. make
healthy eating fun. At the,
event, Evers will demonstrate
creative, colorful ways to
make healthy meals that kids
will love to prepare and eat.
Fun in the sun
Enjoy a day of sand castle
building, scavenger hunts,'
nature walks, and ,other fun
family activities at Anastasia
State park's Annual Beach
Bash on Saturday. The event
celebrates the beginning of
summer. Sand castles must be
all-natural in keeping with the
park setting. The event takes

place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Admission to the park is $5
per vehicle for up to 8 people
and $1 for -pedestrians and
bicyclists. For more informa-
tion call 904.461.2035 or visit
Summer Reading
Enjoy a Book Feast this sum-
mer with the children's sum-
mer reading -program at the
Jacksonville Public Library!
Children can participate in
the Jacksonville Suns Reading
Contest for a girl's or boy's
bicycle. Teens ages 12 to 18
can join the "On the Edge"
summer reading program.
Participants can enter a teen
essay contest in order to win a
$500 college scholarship. For
more information about sum-
mer reading, call 904-630-
Pelican Pete
Hear about. Pelican Pete's
latest adventures from, the
authors of the new book "The
Adventures of Pelican Pete:
Annie the River Otter" on
Saturday at 1 p.m. at the GTM
Reserve Environmental
Education Center. Frances and
Hugh Keiser, the author and
illustrator of the award-win-
ning series of children's books,
will present a storytelling per-
formance describing Pelican
Pete's latest exploits and intro-
duce his new friend, Annie the
River Otter. The Pelican Pete
books tell the story of a brown
pelican living in the St.
Augustine and Ponte Vedra
areas. The Keisers will be avail-
able to sign copie% of their
Pelican Pete books in the
Nature Store-until 3 p.m. The
Center is located at 505 Guana
River Road. Admission for
adults is $2, Children age 10-
17 are $1 and kids under age
10 are free. For more informa-
tion call 904.823.4500.

A tale as old as time
Disney's stage musical of
"Beauty and the Beast" is at
the Alhambra Dinner Theatre
through July 16. The theatre is
located at 12000 Beach
Boulevard in Jacksonville
Beach. Call 904-641-1212 for
more information.

Summer Characters at Adventure Landing

The Adventure Landing at
Jacksonville Beach is host-
ing a series of cartoon char-
acter appearances through-
out the summer. Kids and
parents will have opportuni-
ties to meet, get autographs,
take pictures of and eat
breakfast with some of their
favorite PBS and Marvel
Comic characters. The char-
acters will be Spider-Man,
Care Bears Cheer Bear and.
Sleepytime Bear, the
Incredible Hulk and Arthur.
Adventure Landing is locat-
ed ar 1944 Beach Boulevard
in Jacksonville Beach. For
more information, call 904-
249-9784 or visit

ate: Saturday, June 3
lime: 8 a.m. Noon
breakfast: 8 a.m.

Care Bears
Date: Saturday, June
Time: 8-a.m. 2 p.m.
Breakfast: 8 a.m. (

-.. ^ The Incredible Hulk
Date:,Saturday, July 15
,'"Time: 8 a.m. Noon
Breakfast: 8 a.m.

Date: Saturday, August 5,
Time: 8 a.m. 2 p.m.
Breakfast: 8 a.m.

The Great Outdoors

There are many fun outdoor events going on this week.
Here is a guide to a few of them:

Trail Walk and Talk
When: Monday, June 5 from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Where: Sal Taylor Creek Preserve-on Nathan Hale Road
Go for a walk at a timberland site. Dress appropriately for
the weather, wear comfortable, closed-toe shoes and use
insect repellent. Bring water and binoculars if you have
them. This program is not appropriate for small children.
There are no restrooms, picnic tables or other
facilities at this location. Call 630-3577 for more informa-

Outdoor Observations
When: Tuesday. June 6 from 11 a.m. to noon
Where: Cuba Hunter Park at 3620 Bedford Road
See what's happening in the wild here in Northeast
Florida from the vantage point of an elevated boardwalk
in a wetlands habitat. This program is for all ages. Call
630-3577 for more information.
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Storytime Science
When: Tuesday, June 6 from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m.
Where: Cuba Hunter Park at 3620 Bedford Road
Children aged seven and under will read a story and
then examine the science involved. Call 630-3577 for
more information.

-Simply Snakes
When: Thursday, June 8 from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m.
Where: Cuba Hunter Park at 3620 Bedford Road
This program provides an opportunity for children and
adults alike to learn about the work snakes do for
humans. Living and non-living specimens will be present-
ed. Call 630-3577 for more information.

This week's Moonlight
Movies offering is the 1942
classic "Casablanca." Th,.
film, which stars Humphrey
Bogart and Ingrid Bergman,
will begin at 9.p.m. at the
Seawalk Pavilion in
Jacksonville Beach. Don't for-
get to bring a.blanket!

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Mon- Fri.9 4pm
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Cost: $125. per week!
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The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader June 2, 2006

Dutch treat: Soccer players off to Holland

Beaches-based team also

slated to attend World Cup


A group of 18 area high
school soccer players many
from the Beaches area will
depart next week for a 10-day.
trip to Holland which will
include a series of matches
against Dutch. teams, training
sessions with Dutch national
coaches and a side trip to
Germany to take in a World
Cup game.
Organizing the trip is
Fletcher High boys
soccer coach Mike e

wife Barbara,
who worked
out many of the
"It's an excit-
ing trip aad a
great opp6rtuni-
ty," said Mike,
Levine, who facili-%
tated similar trips tp
Ireland and Scotland
in'1984 and to Spain in
2001. "At Shis point we
really don't know what type
of competition we'll be up
against but it's bound to be a
great experience for all of our
The team, dubbed Strand
F.C. (Strand is Dutch. for,
Beach), consists of 18 sopho-
mores and juniors from the
area. Members include Alex
Schanen, Cabe Nolan, Aaron
Grundelson, Shawn' Tracy,
Adam Duckworth, Aaron
Levine, Greg Mackey, Donald
Kruzena and Jason .Tiemeier
from Fletcher High. Also, Filip

Ivanoff,. Austin Davis and Joe
McKinley from Nease High.
Others include Mandarin's
Alex Gallagher, Jared Hoey
from )Bishop Kenny, Michael
Pappas and Ryan Kelly from
Episcopal, and William Cobb
from Stanton Prep.
While Levine and his family
will depart next Tuesday for
Amsterdam, most team mem-
bers, and the 12 chaperones
along for the trip, are slated to
arrive in Holland two days
The excursion is costing
each player about
$2,000 but that
includes the
$200 price of a
WVorld ,Cup
soccer ticket.
"It 'was a
blind draw for
tickets but we
really lucked
out," said
Barbara Levine as
the team conduct-,
ed its first formal
practice session
.Wednesday. "We're
going to see the U.S. play
the Czech Republic."
That game is scheduled for
Monday, June 12 in
Gelsenkircher, west central
Germany. Barbara Levine, said
it will be about a three-and-a-
half hour bus ride from where
the team is staying in the.
"That's another great feature
of this trip," she 'said, "we'll
have a bus on stand-by 24
hours a day for our use.. The
kids will be able to g6 sightsee-
ing or travel wherever we need

. .......

.... .

F.C. Strand players practice at the San Pablo Elementary School fields in Jacksonville Beach Wednesday afternoon in preparation
for next week's 10-day excursion to the Netherlands to play against Dutch teams. The team features a number of Beaches area :
players and is coached by Fletcher High boys soccer coach Mike Levine.

In addition to playing games
and 'watching the United
States' opening round game of
the World Cup,' Strand F.C.

players will also benefit from a
pair of two-hour training ses-
sions by Dutch ,nationally-
licensed coaches.
"I' think everyone's excited

about the trip and the oppor-.
tunity it provides' players to
face international competi-
tion," said Mike Levine. "Our
players are all sophomores and

juniors and there's no doubt
the games, and training ses-
sions will benefit them when.
the regular season rolls around
next winter."

Cant underestiate sgniicance theWorld Cup

W en the game of soccer steps front and
center every four years to take its place
WV on the sporting world's main stage it
becomes more than just a game. One might say'
that it is a way of life, but even -that sort of
description sounds hackneyed and absurd.
After all, how can you put into words some-
thing that stirs a person's blood and, psyche to
such an extent? What causes the very being and
character of a country to become so galvanized?
Other than in wartime, when a people may be
fighting for survival, confronted by a common
enemy, what else can make them feel 'as deter-
mined and unified?
And what other .sp6rt can bring people from
every comer of the earth together in celebration
and appreciation of a heart-felt sport that they
know so well and feel so passionate about?.
There is only one: Soccer. Or as the rest of the'
world calls it: Football.
For many' it is more than a mere game, it is their
identity. National pride and honor are at stake
with every match result.
When a national team stands on the stage of
the world's biggest, most important soccer arena,
the World Cup, it represents more than just a geo-
graphical place. It stands for its social classes, its'
culture ancdeven its 'political ideologies. For one
small moment the. World Cup embodies the
recognition of a people, their dreams and aspira-
tions. :
During the month that the Cup is played bil-
lions of eyes are mesmerized by the drama. Soccer
is rightly called "the world's game" for no other

sport is as universal. no!r n ,0 .
It has also been called the
"beautiful game" and that too is
what it is. Fpr how many other ,
sports require all of its players to
be fit, fast, skillful,, intelligent and
tactful?, .
In action, few other team sports ,
leave the player so completely to
his own devices, There is no third .. .
base coach to say when to run, no
wired-up play-caller on the side-
lines, no caddie to make club
choice's and advise how to hit the
next hole. .
On June 9th, the world will
come to a near standstill as the BOB FE.
Federation Internationale de RUNNING/
Football Association (FIFA) World
Cup begins in Munich. In the first
of what will be 64 games, the host
country, Germany, will play against Costa Rica.
.Just getting into the World Cup field is an
accomplishment in itself. Each' country began its
difficult quest. to qualify over a year. ago.
Hundreds of countries fought hard to make the
Finals but only 32 did so.
And those 32 are still a long way from "The
Final." The match between the luckiest two best
survivors (for is it more by skill, determination or
sheer luck thatthe champion triumphs?i will not
take place until July 9th in Berlin.
Only one thing is certain: The run up to the
final Will be a riveting, pulse-pounding, exciting

And what a run soccer has had! A
kickball game resembling soccer
showed up in China in the second"
and third centuries B.C, during the
Han Dynasty.
The ancient Greeks and early
Romans played a soccer-like
"game" with as many as 27 players
"' to a team. The matches were more
of a substitute for battle than they
were a game. It was a real no-holds-
barred affair and every foul play
i.: was not only allowed but also
In the British Isles evidence of
soccer can be found as far back as
RNEE the eighth century. One match'
/FITNESS took place using the head of a van-
quished Danish enemy as the ball.
England and Scotland founded
the modem game of soccer. At
Eton College in 1815 the Cambridge Rules were
devised and by 1848 these rules had been adopt-
ed by all universities and colleges. In 1863 the
Football Association (FA) was created. The game's,
official name would be Association Football.
The curious moniker "soccer" does have some
historical legitimacy. In 'the 1880s, students at
Oxford' University created their own. slang by
shortening words and. ending them with "er."
Rugby, for example. became Rugger. The "soc".,
was lifted hom Association and "er" was added.
The term soccer was born and lives to this day,
but mostly only in America.,
In 1888, 12 dubs agreed to a home-away playing

..schedule creating the English Football League.
Now known as the English Premier League, it is
telecast weekly to 163 countries, an audience of
550 million.
During the 2004/2005 season the world's most
famous team, Manchester United, earned $289
million. Worth $1.2 billion, Man U is soccer's
most valuable dub.
In the 1920s, French football administrators,
led by Jules Rimet, had the idea of bringing the
world's strongest national football teams together
to play for a World Championship.
The first World Cup took place in Uruguay in
1930. The original solid gold Jules Rimet trophy
was mysteriously lost' and never recovered.
Although many believe it has long since been melt-
ed down, others continue the search for the elusive
After three tournaments the Cup was halted for
12 years due to the Second World War. Once it
was resumed it grew in popularity and prestige
and soon became the world's greatest single sport-
ing event. A total of 28.8 billion viewers are said
to have watched the 2002 World Cup.
Since its founding only seven countries have
won the World Cup: Brazil, Germany, Italy,
Argentina, England, Uruguay and France. Despite
the fact that there are. many great teams in the
race for the Cup; only a handful have a realistic
chance of winning.
But in every World Cup there are the mixers,
the up-setters. and the giant-killers. Which ones
:can win it? Which ones can: surprise and upset?
Next week we will take a look at the teams, the
players and the. odds.

Nease A.D. embarks on improvements

Not one to rest on his school's
laurels, Nease High athletic.
director Ted Barbato has already
drafted a to-do list of improve-
ments for next year.
The Panthers won state titles
in football and girls soccer in
Barbato's first year at the helm,
but upgrades to the Panther
Stadium playing surface, the
ability to host a track meet next
season and filling some coach-
ing vacancies top the athletic
director's list.
. Improving outside facilities is
high on Barbato's list. The foot-
ball/soccer/lacrosse field, torn
up by the amount of play it had
last year, is a case in point.
TPC at Sawgrass superintend-
ent Fred Klauk has looked at the
Nease High field and made
some recommendations.
"He said the field needs some
rest. In a high school situation,
that doesn't happen," said
Barbato, who added, "We've
been looking at trying to do a
turf deal [which was scrubbed at
a Tuesday meeting, where the
decision was made to go with
natural grass]. That, and I want

to see a track meet here."
The last home track and field
meet for the Panthers was in the
spring of 2002. A new track was
laid inside the stadium three
years ago,. but the school ran
out of money to upgrade field

Here we have state
championship teams,
and what do our facilities
look like? Not like the
caliber of the athletes we
have playing on them.

Ted Barbato
Nease athletic director
Barbato has a master plan to
improve those facilities. It calls
for the high jump area to be
located inside the track, at the
west end of the grassy oval; the
pole vault runway and throw-
ing circle to stay where they are,

and the long jump/triple jump
runway and pit to be beside the
visiting bleachers'.
. "I want to follow through and
make sure that gets done," said
The Nease fields have older
irrigation systems.
"We plan to get an assess-
ment of the irrigation system
for all fields," said the Nease AD.
"Here we have state champi-
onship teams, and what do our
facilities look like? Not like the
caliber of athletes we have play-
ing on them."
Nease athletic programs pro-
duced two state championships,
something Barbato became
accustomed to in New Jersey,
where he worked at Sparta High
for 34 years, the final 21 as ath-
letic director before retiring and
moving to Florida.
Sparta achieved 25 state titles
during Barbato's tenure. His first
year at Nease, after 18 months
in retirement, produced the
school's first state football title
and the third girls soccer crown
in the last five years.
Nease has two open coaching
positions, as well as a need for
some assistants. The head jobs

are boys soccer and girls soft-
ball. Barbato said he's in the
final stages of making a recom-
mendation for boys soccer after
a national search produced
more than 50 applicants,
including some from Europe.
"Hopefully we can have some
completion within a week," he
Barbato added that cross
country, with James Thomas in
place as one of its coaches,
needs some help.
"We'd love to have a female
coach, a positive role model for
the girls," said Barbato, who
advocates on-staff coaches.
, "We've got some real good
outside people," he said of
adjunct coaches such as Dave
Silverberg, whose girls soccer
program is the gold standard at
Nease. "But for the athletes, to
have that contact with a person
during the day, is the best sce-
nario. If a student needs a little
support, that coach is there.
"For the most part, I'm very
impressed with the quality of
the coaching," 'said Barbato,
who makes it a practice to
spend time with each sport.
Barbato responded to those

Nease athletic director Ted Barbato holds the two state champi-
onship trophies Panther teams won last year in football and girls

who say Nease recruits.
"If you have an A-rated aca-
demic school, and you have an
excellent athletic program, par-
ents are going to seek out
opportunities for their chil-

dren," he said. "If they move
into the district, into our zone,
if they want to be a part of the
program, I'm all for it. I'm
proud people want to come to


The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader Page 9A

Mlic Z-, LVVV

A friend of mine was diag-
nosed with colon cancer.
This was discovered after
he had a colonoscopy at his
wife's recommendation.
I was speaking with a mutual
friend a few days later, who
had heard the terrible news
and he asked me about what
screening tests a guy his age
should receive. He suggested
that this topic would also make
a good column. I hope this
helps you and everyone else
for that matter.
Starting at age 20 and
through your 30s, a general
physical exam is recommended
every two years. An exam of
your heart, lungs, and
abdomen would be performed.
It would also provide an
opportunity to take a look at
your blood pressure, your cho-
lesterol level, and assess any
risk factors for diseases such as
smoking, diabetes, and heart
Some diseases such as vari-
ous skin cancers and testicular
cancers are seen during this
decade and should be screened
as well.
For females, monthly self -
breast exams are recommend-
ed, with a physician directed
exam at least every other year.
If you are at high risk for breast
cancer, such as a strong family
history, mammogram screen-
ings should be considered start-
ing at age 35. Pap smear stud-
ies should be dbne annually.
For those in their 40s, a gen-
eral exam should be performed
at least every two years, again


to monitor your blood pres-
sure, your cholesterol levels,
and evaluate-you for diseases
such as smoking, diabetes, high
cholesterol, and heart disease.
Breast exams should be done
at home monthly, but a physi-
cian should perform an exam
annually. Mammograms every
1-2 years would be recom-
mended as well.
Skin screenings should also
should be a routine part of an
annual exam. Rectal exams
should be performed as part of
your routine physical exam as
If you have a family history
of prostate cancer or are a
black male, PSA blood tests
would begin now. If you are at
high risk for colon cancer, a
colonoscopy should be per-
formed at least every three
For those in their 50s and
older, again, a general physical
exam should now be per-

formed annually. Women
should have an annual mam-
Screenings for osteoporosis
are considered now, dependent
of risk factors such as
menopause and history of frac-:
ture. \ v .
As part of their annual physi-
cal exam, men should have an
digital rectal exam, and an .
annual PSA test for prostate
cancer should be performed ..
Stool screening to check for
any hint of blood, which can
be a sign of hidden cancer,
should be done every year as
A flexible sigmoidoscope is
recommended every 3-5 years,
and a colonoscopy should be
done every 10 years.
The most important part of'
'all of this is that you need to
see your doctor. Too often I
speak to people who do not
have an established relation-
ship with a physician. Your
doctor is there to help you, but
he or she cannot help you if
you don't schedule an appoint-

This column is written to dis-
cuss issues regarding sports, medi-
cine, and safeO:. It is not intended
to serve as a replacement for the
treatment of vour regular doctor.
It is only designed to offer guide-
lines on the prevention. recogni-
tion, and care of injuries. Specific
concerns should be discussed with
your personal physician. MAail
questions to: Gregori Smith.
M.D., Sports Medicine, 1250 S.
18th St. Suite 204. Fernandina
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Atlantic Beach 12A All-Stars won the Jax Beach Tournament May 28 with a 6-5 win over San Jose
in the championship game. Front row, from left: Justin Orders, Duff Phinney, Cy Wysocki, Taylor
Gregg, Tommy Strapp, Jimmy Von Thron. Back row: Coach Wysocki. Jonathan Dufresne, Jacob
Duvall, coach Gregg, Ryan Blanchard, Ryan Sunnes, Charlie Freeman, coach Von Thron.

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A merica is fat because we
have too much fat in our
diet! It's as simple as
that- or is it?
Throughout our lives we
have been led to believe that
there are certain foods that are
good for us and others that are
not. Fat, trans-fat, saturated
fats, hydronated oils, blah,
blah, blah, have been blamed
for the "fattening of America.."
\Ve eat at Micky D's too
much, deep fry too much, and
like our salad dressing thick.
By the way, don't even think of
depriving Americans of ice
It's true you could make bet-
ter mealtime decisions than a
quick burger and fries; however,
it's not the fat in those foods
that are killing us. It's the
The sugar in the foods we eat
happens to be the root of all
evil and fat. High sugar diets
lead to high cholesterol, high
blood pressure, hyperglycemia,
diabetes, heart disease and con-
tribute to almost every other
negative health issue you can
think of. Being educated and
informed about the health risks
involved in high sugar diets is
the best way to motivate you
into making a lifestyle change
and get off the sugar.,
Sugar is found in all foods'
that people eat. The body
processes sugars differently
than non-sugary food.
"Sugars" include not only ice
cream and snack cakes, but also
highly processed carbs like soda'
and white bread. .When the
body consumes sugar, there is
an ineffectiveness of insulin's
ability to convert carbs to ener-
gyrWhen this happens, the


body goes into saving mode
(not the burning one we want)
and starts storing fat.
Additionally, the body is at a
higher risk to develop diabetes
and hyperglycenua with up
and down insulin levels.
Sugars are stored within the
body as fat yes, the same fat
that we have been warned
about for decades.
Trans-fatty acids present in
fat lower good HDL cholesterol
and raise the bad LDL choles-
terol. This leads to the build up
of plaque on the walls of arter-
ies, which can ultimately lead
to a life of high blood pressure,
high cholesterol, heart disease,
and stroke.
Although trans-fatty acids are
a bad thing, we do have help
finding out how much is in the
foods we eat. The FDA has now
made it mandatory to start list-
ing these silent killers on the
nutrition labels found on every
food in the store. Even though
they are silent they are no
longer invisible. "
What do you say? Will you
start eating the right foods
now? You don't have to cut

out the foods you love just
cut down. Choose from lean
meats, fresh vegetables, nuts,
berries, plenty of water and
whole grains.
Really look at the foods you
buy for yourself and your fami-
ly. There are more healthy
options in the supermarket
than ever before.
For example, did you know
that they make whole grain
pasta? Whole-grain pastas con-
tain cholesterol lowering
Omega 3 fatty acids that are
also found in fish and flaxseed.
Try fat free or reduced fat
milk. Did you know that Milk
has fat burning capabilities? It
has been shown that the calci-
um in milk may increase the
breakdown of fat.
Choose foods like no fat or
low fat cheese, cottage cheese
and yogurt. Remember that old
saying "Out with the bad in
with the good." It definitely
applies to eating healthier.
We must reduce our depend-
ency on refined oils! Sound
familiar? The. statement holds
true even for our bodies.
Eat more of-thethings that
are good for you like, and less
foods that are high in refined
or processed sugars. Eating
properly, coupled with a solid
exercise regime will cost money
- because you may have to buy
a whole new wardrobe. (That's
money that most people don't
mind spending.)

For more information on
healthy eating and exercise to cre-
ate and maintain a healthy body,
contact Jim at Fitness Together in.
Ponte Vedra at 285-3236 or visit


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The Sunshine Baseball School,
will take place at Wingate Park
in Jacksonville Beach on the fol-
lowing dates:
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
Bernstein. Cost is $125 per ses-
sion and includes lunches,
drinks and T-shirt. For more
information contact Dr. Jim
Timmons at 223-1664 or 521-

basketball Camp
Matt Kilcullen's Osprey
Basketball Camp will take place,
at the University of North
Florida from May 30 until June
2; June 5-9; June 26-30 and July
3-7 for kids ages 8 to 17.
Camp is conducted in the
UNF Arena, an air-conditioned
facility with three regulation-
size courts and two half-courts.
Lunch is included as part of the
camp tuition.
For more information phone
620-2494 or 620-2495.
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.com or phone
Tommy Hulihan at 349-2611.
Beaches Basketball League at
St. Paul's School includes an 8-
game season for kids ages 3 to
rising.6th graders. Four dbvi-
sions of play will be featured:
Pre-K (co-ed); K-lst (co-edl, 2nd-
3rd (boys and girls teams) and
4th to rising 6th with separate
boys and girls teams.
Cost is $85 and all players
receive a T-shirt' and trophy'.
Deadline to register is June 2.
For more information visit
beachesbasketball.com or
phone Tommy Hulihan at 349-

Pop Warner Cheerleading and
Football is now accepting regis-
trations. For more information iF.-i
visit www.laxbeach jaguars.com
or phone 247-3468.
A summer lacrosse league for
varsity and adult men is forming
and will begin play soon. The
season runs through the end of
An informational and registra-
tion meeting will take place May
31 at 6 p.m. at Landrum Middle
School. Players must be members
of U.S. Lacrosse. For more infor-
mation, visit pontevedralax.com
or phone Scott Cleary at 673-

Flag Football
A flag football skills camp for
kids in grades 3 through 12 will
take place June 19-23 from 9 a.m.
until 2 p.m. at the University of
North Florida. Camp features sev-
eral current and former Jaguars
players including Kyle Brady and
Lonnie Marts.
Cost is $175 for the week.
Register online at i9sports.com or
by phoning 992-GAME.

Fletcher Soccer Camp will take
place July 17-20 and July 24-27
at San Pablo Elementary School,
fields (across from Fletcher High
Camp for 7th to 12th graders
takes place from 9 a.m. until :
noon. Cost is $130 per week or
$240 for both weeks. Discounts
are available if paid before June.
. Camp for 5- to 10-year-olds
takes place July 17-20 from 5
p.m. until,7 p.m. Cost is $65.
Clinicians include,Bentley
College head coach Peter,
Simonini, Fletcher High boys
coach Mike Levine, Fletcher girls
coach Megan Pardue and mem-
bers of the Embrv Riddle
University soccer team.
For more information phone
Mike Levine at 635-8969 or e-
mail Megan Pardue at
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SSports Illustrated For Kids' Kick-
It 3v3 soccer tour will take place
in Jacksonville on June 10-11
from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. at
Dennis Violet Soccer Complex in
Orange Park.
The event allows area teams a
chance to qualify for the Kick-It
Cost of registration is $150 per
team and the deadline is June 4.
For more information log onto

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after 8/1/90 but before 7/31/92)
and U-18 for those bom on or
after 8/1/88 but before 7/31/90.
Girls tryouts will take place
June 12 and 14 at San Pablo
Elementary fields from 5:30 p.m.
until 7:30 p.m; Boys team.tryouts
will take place June 13 and 15.
For more information contact
Megan Pardue at 234-26-46 or via
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Jacksonville Beach Tennis Center
will conduct a series of camps at
Huguenot Park on the following
dates and times:
Beginner Junior Camp II from 9
a.m. until 11 a.m. June 5-8.
Intermediate Junior Camp I from
9 a.m. until 11 a m. lune 12-15.
Beginner Adult Camp from 6:30
p.m. until 8:30p.m. June 12-25.
Beginner Junior Camp Ill from 9
am. until11 a.m. June 26-29.
Intermediate Adult Camp I from
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Beginner Adult Camp H from
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Intermediate Junior Camp II
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Advanced junior Camp from 9
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Intermediate Adult Camp 1 from
6:30 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. July 24-27.
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Gallery of Champions

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Ponte Vedra Xplosion won the 8-U title at the Mandarin Athletic Association tournament last
weekend. Front rwo, from left: Parker Blin, Mason Burk, Rob Webster, Logan Morris. Second row:
Thomas Salmon, Hunter Hallstrom, Ryan Gleason, Ricky Karcher, Jonathan DeWane, Clay
Welch, Hampton Callaghan, Quinton Brehm. Back row: Assistant coach Pete Hallstrom, head
coach Rodney Gleason, assistant coach Bill Welch.

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The NFGS Tsunami 10-U Black fastpitch softball team won the Pembroke Pines Memorial Day
Classic in Miami with a 6-1 victory over West Pines Diamond Dusters in the championship game.
Front row, from left: Coach James Greek, Haley Parks, Angela Greek, Anna Luke, Haylee Larson
coach J.W. Wright. Standing: Natasha Kistler, Delaney Rickey, Silvia Montana, Sydney Wright,
Morgan Knight, Christine Hume, coach John Baxter.

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The Ja Beach All-Stars won the Fort Caroline Tournament last weekend. Front row, from left: Nick
Hunter, Matthew Reitz, Jay Prather, Bryce Taylor. Second row: Cole Johnson, Danny Amonette,
Aaron Mantia, John Heidecker, Matthew McGuier, Mark Harris, Nico Russo. Back row: Coach
John Heidecker, coach Steve Reitz, manager Tom Mantia, coach Steve Taylor.

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The 13-U Jacksonville Waves won the USSSA North Florida baseball state championship last
weekend and qualified for the USSSA World Series in July. Front row, from left: Carl Schifanella,
Joey Edwards, Kelly Cason, Alex Ortiz. Second row: Hunter Gray, Matt Rybeck, Dominic
Angevine, Aaron Pierce, Kevin Coyle, Kyle Nelson. Back row: Coach Ronterio Dickerson, Juan
Menendez, Jimmy Fugate, coach Jeff Angevine, K.J. Myers. Darius Nash, coach Burt Pierce.

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Clemente was iconic

figure at home, away


Red plumes of
bottlebrush will
bloom all season

L ast week I talked about
adding summer color
%with annuals, but there
are other ways color can be
provided, as I have found
through many years of gar-
dening in North Florida.
Having lived in three sep-
arate places here, I have test-
ed many combinations of
plants in an effort to have a
colorful summer landscape,
no matter what type of soil
or amount of shade I have
had to deal with.
I have tound that since I
cannot tolerate working in
the heat for very long, and
because I typically am away
in June and July, I must rely
on plants that need little or
basically no maintenance
once I get them established.
I do have a sprinkler sys-
tem and I don't exceed the
two-day-per-week watering
rule of the St. Johns Water
Management District.
I also have someone who
cuts the grass and trims the
hedges and a company that
fertilizes, but the rest of the
work is done by me.
First of all, I love crape
myrtles and have varieties of
them in the front, on the
side and at the back. I like
to keep them trimmed,
allowing for space under-
neath for growing shorter
perennials or annuals.
I also have bottlebrush
which will keep blooming
its red plumes all growing
season if I cut off the dead
plumes when they have fin-
ished their cycle.
My very favorite mid-high
about o feet shrub is
blooming now and it is
called chaste tree or vitex. It
has long beautiful lavender
spikes that smell like an
herb. This plant flowers pro-
fusely for about eight weeks,
then stays green. It does
require hea\y pruning but it
is a favorite of us and of the
These three types of
plants I would call my skele-
ton plants for these two
areas as well as the crapes
providing the color in front..
In the front, I basically
rely on azaleas for spring
color and plant some annu-
als in beds. In the summer-
time, I just rely on the
healthy green of my hedges.
.I do have a few old fash-
ioned roses here and there,.
and if they bloom during
the summer its great, and if
not, oh well.
I have found that a few
hanging baskets of begonias
in the crapes have added
extra color and they have
done just fine with whatever
rain we get.
I also have a few.
hydrangeas which are about
to come into bloom. Other
* than that, the front is not a
showpiece during the sum-
The rear of the house is
where I like to have color,
yet it gets the full blast of
the sun. The taller plants I
mentioned, crapes, chaste
tree and bottlebrush, are the
big bones, and underneath
them I have come to love
angel trumpet.
I know it is a poisonous
plant and therefore probably
I should not have it. I
rationalize it by the fact that
I do not have any children
running around; and my
dog is not a chewer of
You might want to think
twice before planting one,
and frankly, they are hard to


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,MWoxy l-ookngMW for loal

Roxy looking for locals'

Wax up local surfer girls.
Four-time world surfing
champion Lisa Andersen and
representatives from Roxy
Global will be scouting local
talent next Wednesday at the
Jacksohville Beach Pier.
The June 7 contest is open
to advanced female surfers
ages 10-22 and will be held
on the north side of the pier
from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Registration begins at 9 a.m.
"We're really thrilled to get
out there and share this
opportunity with these young
women," said Andersen, an
Ormond Beach native who
was the first Roxy-sponsored
athlete and has been with the
team since its inception in
"The level of talent in
women's surfing today blows
my mind. There are so many
young, skilled and confident

women in the water now and
we want to show our support
and help take them to the
next level."
The contest is the second
event of seven contests along
the East Coast this summer.
Surfers will compete for a
host of Roxy prizes and the
chance to be on the Roxy
Surf Team along with Chelsea
Georgeson, the 2005
Women's ASP Worhd
Champion, Sofia NMulanosich,
the 2004 Women's ASP World
Champion, Megan Abubo,
and Kassia Meador.
The contest will follow a
jam format with four to six
surfers per heat in the quali-
fying round. The panel of
judges, including Andersen,
will be looking for overall
impression and style and will
select the top surfers to com-
pete in one final round.
Andersen will also be avail-
able for autograph signing
Wednesday night during the

screening of "Shimmer," a
movie about the Roxy Surf
"Shimmer" kicks off the
First Coast Surf Movie Series
at The Atlantic Theatres, 751
Atlantic Blvd.
"Drawing Lines," an East
Coast surf film produced by
Josh Bolton of Atlantic Beach,
will follow "Shimmer."
Admission is $5 for both
"This will only be the sec-
ond time "Shimmer" has ever
been played so it's pretty
exciting," said Bolton,
founder of the First Coast
Surf Movie Series.
"It's a great way to kick off
the summer series."
The surf film series will be
held on Wednesdays. The
lineup includes "Crusin'
Atlantic Avenue lunee 21);
"Get In The Van (July 12);
"Heart and 49 Degrees" (Aug.
21. For more information,
visit www.drawinglines.org.

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"I anm from the poor-people. T
represent the common people of
America." Roberto Clemente

oberto Clemente's idea
of a performance
enhancer was a spoonful
of honey.
The 10-time National
League All-Star and four-time
batting champion never lifted
weights or warmed up before
taking the field in right for
the Pittsburgh Pirates from
"His physique was a wonder
of genetics," according to
"Clemente: The Passion and
Grace of Baseball's Last Hero"
(Simon & Schuster, $26) by
WIashington Post associate edi-
tor David Maraniss.
"A pregame stop at the
training table was a daily
appointment, another of his
rituals, like not sleeping at
night and complaining about
' Maraniss, who authored
"When Pride Still Mattered: A
Life of Vince Lombardi," has
produced another rich and
fascinating biography, this
time about a, mythic sports
figure whose athletic deeds on
the baseball diamond were
matched by a benevolent
nature off it.
Clemente died in a plane
crash on New Year's Eve 1972,
carrying relief supplies to
earthquake victims in
Nicaragua. He was just 38.
Maraniss uncovers new facts
about the ill-fated flight "that
led the unwitting hero on a
mission of mercy toward his
untimely death as an unin-
spected, overloaded plane
plugd into the sea" off
Puerto Rico.
At the time of his death,

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Clemente was an iconic figure
in Latin America who had
achieved greatness in his pro-
fession and was considered
"the Jackie Robinson of the
Spanish-speaking world."
But he was largely misun-
derstood by the American
sports media who often quot-
ed him in phonetic English,
which "infuriated" the Latino
star, who reached the big
leagues at age 20.
Writes Maraniss about
Clemente's precarious posi-
tion in Pittsburgh: "He was a
Spanish-speaking Puerto Rican
separated from his white
teammates by "language, race
and age."
During spring training in
the mid-1950s in segregated
Fort Myers, Fla., Clemente
roomed in black neighbor-
hoods, and he was confined
to his seat on the team bus
when other players dined in
As champagne flowed in
the Pirates locker room fol-
lowing their 1960 World


PBTS revue celebrates

Broadway songwriters

The good times roll this
month at Players by the Sea
community theatre as director
Randall Adkison leads an
ensemble cast through a
roundup of the greatest hits of
one of Broadway's most suc-
cessful song-writing teams in
"The World Goes Around."
The play opens today at 8
p.m. at 106 6th St. N.,
Jacksonville Beach. Admission
is $15. Showtime is 8 p.m.
John Kander and Fred Ebb
Kander were masters of the
Broadway show-stopper.

Their collective songbook
includes such hits as
"Cabaret," "All That Jazz,"
"New York, New York,"
"Chicago," and "Kiss of the
Spider Woman."
The cast features Laura
Adkison, one of the area's lead-
ing musical performers, and
the chorale director at Nease
High School.
Joining her is Amy Allen,
whose ravishing soprano and
drop-dead comic timing in the

See PBTS, B-3

X-Men 3: Stronger story, darker mood

"X-Men: The Last Stand,"
the conclusion of the X-Men
movie trilogy, features more
mutants, more stunts and a
higher body count than '
either of the first two films. It
also boasts a stronger story
and darker mood than the
previous installments.
"The Last Stand" has two
intertwining plots. In one, an
ominous "cure" for mutant
abilities has been discovered.
The 'cure is heralded by
some as a chance to live "nor-
mal" lives, free from the stig-
ma attached to being a
mutant. Others, who don't
see their mutations as being a
"disease" in the first place,

consider their very existence
to be threatened.
The second plot has more

personal implications for the
,X-Men. One of their own,
Jean Grey (Famke Janssen),
has returned from the dead.
Grey's return does not herald
a joyous reunion, however;
she has been resurrected as
the Phoenix, a murderous
mutant of nearly incalculable
power who soon joins the
evil Brotherhood of Mutants
led by Magneto (Ian
"The Last Stand" continues
the theme of prejudice that
was prevalent in "X-Men"
and "X2." Strip away the

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Kristen Jewell and Scott Nicholson rehearse a scene from 'The
Wolrd Goes Around," which opens tonight at Players by the Sea.

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Matheson: Utilize mixture of flowering shrubs

Cont. from B-1
Also in the rear beds are
two yellow flowering shrub
like plants that stay about 3
feet in height and width, but I
have to prune them to stay
that way.
They are Marguerite daisy
and something that was an
experiment years ago called
thrysallis. I use blue plumba-
go, perennial purple salvia,
caladiums, a very carefully
sculpted, area of ruellia (
Mexican petunia), walking
iris, coleus, and if I am lucky,
some hibiscus.
For some reason I have a,
horrible time getting hibiscus
to flower for me and therefore
have gotten to the point of
not bothering with them.
I have some gorgeous gold-
en dewdrop and beauty berry
that the birds really like, but
the rest of these areas are just
covered in mulch to try and
keep the weeds down. .
I have created an area that
has a flagstone base which is
amongst these plants. It has a
variety of poles that hold my
bird feeders and'a place for a
pretty ceramic birdbath to sit.
My initial attempts were to
have something blooming all

year back there, but because
of my odd schedule and
inability to care for the plants.
in, the intense heat, f have
ended up with the most tried.
and true for, me.
I I get no shade at all from 11
a.m. until sunset, so this is a
true full summer sun area. I
do back up to a lake and have
gorgeous' ginger lilies down
there. I also have a trellis on
either side of my porch which
has purple passion vine and
confederate jasmine growing
up it.
There are many wonderful
shrub-like plants you can use
for summertime. Here are oth-
ers that many people enjoy
Butterfly bush
Canna lily
Agapanthus (blooming now
like a tall purple onion)
Princess flower
Copper begonia
Society garlic
Cat whiskers
Santolina (silvery foliage)
Mexican heather
Asparagus fern

Bird of paradise
Ti plant
Ixora a compact ever-
green shrub that has either
orange or yellow clumps of
flowers; not cold tolerant
Bouganvillea, mandevilla,
allemanda for you very lucky.
ones who.can get them to
grow and flower
And becoming very popular
are the black or chartreuse
sweet potato vine as well as
the coral trumpet vine.
The book I so often refer
you to, :The Florida
Gardener's Book' bf Lists,: is a
terrific resource guide for any
kind of plant you are looking
for no matter what your sun,
shade, wet, dry, inland, beach
situation is. It truly is a phe-
nomenal book!
The fact that I utilize a mix-
ture of tall, medium and
shorter, flowering -shrubs
hardy enough to go unattend-
ed to for several months if
need be, is a wonderful
answer to years of struggling
to make it through the long
summertime without going
Yes, I use a lot of mulch.
Yes, these plant types all have
the same water needs, and

yes, perhaps I could have
more variety, better design,
etc., but my point is simply
that we do not need to rely'
totally on annuals to bring us
color to our yards in the sum-
And the growers are always
coming up with something
'new for us to play with. This
year I see that Gecko's nursery
has lantana trained as a "stan-
dard," meaning it has been
trained to have one tall trunk
with a ball of flowers on top
like a lollipop! Lantana is one
of the most hardy summer
plants we have, and it is only
one example of new things
out there.
Lest I forget, the beautiful
glazed balls that we might use
one of in our gardens were
used in a Smithsonian garden
that blew me away. Amidst a
hedge of some otherwise bor-
ing evergreen were numerous
glazed balls of varying shades
of purple at varying heights
on plain wrought iron stands.
.,Over a length of perhaps 60
feet,there were about 25 balls
peeking out of this hedge....1
had to do a double take!
Have a good week, stay cool
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Series championship,
Clemente was somewhat.
detached from the fanfare,
telling a favorite sportswriter
that he planned to use his
World Series money to buy
his mother a house in Puerto
"I can't wait to see the joy
on her face," said Clemente,
who hit safely in all seven
World Series games and bat-
ted .314 that season.
On the field, Clemente's
talents were rarely over-
He had a capfInj hii audR'
kowi'rs any e-Mweibthoohis
glove as his bat," the book
says about the 12-time
Golden Glove winner and
1966 MVP. *- .
Clemente's lowest batting
average (.291) came in 1968,
the so-called "year of the
pitcher," when only five play-
ers in the NL batted over
In 1964, when the slump-
ing Pirates were buried in
sixth place in the NL,
Maraniss writes: "It was
another year of mediocrity at.
Forbes Field, except when a
ball was hit to right."
During the 1971 World
Series, Clemente batted .414
to help the Pirates to their
second world championship.
When he strolled to the plate
during series .games at Three
Rivers Stadium, the organist
played the melody to "Jesus
Christ Superstar."
At Three Rivers in 1972,
Clemente collected his
3,000th hit, joining a select
group of 10 other players in
baseball history.
In '72, he batted .312 for
the season and won his 12th
consecutive Golden Glove.
It would be his last season.
wearing the white Pirates uni-
form with black sleeves.
A few months later, on Dec.

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Clemente quickly mobilized
a relief effort in Puerto Rico,
sending three planeloads of
supplies to the devastated
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escort a fourth planeload to
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dance, books, history
or drama,; you will find some-
thing to enjoy in our area this
summer. Start tonight with a
book signing at First Street
Gallery in Neptune Beach.
Author Mara Uman Hixon
will be at First Street Gallery
from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. to sign
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Passionate about animal wel--
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habits and struggles facing the
endangered species with a
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A percentage of the sales of
this book and related works of
art through June 14 will be
donated to the Sea Turtle
Patrol. First Street Gallery is
located at 216- B First St. Call
The Center at Ponte Vedra
Beach has announced a new
exhibit, "Etchings and
Monoprints," by Emily Arthur
Douglass, will open Friday, .
June 9, with a reception to be
held 6 p.m. to 8 p.m..
A gallery tour and artist lec-
ture will be held at 11 a.m.
Monday, June 12.
The Center is at 50S
Executive Way, Ponte Vedra
Beach. Call 280-0614.
The value of art in healing
the sick has long been an
accepted fact. Shands


Jacksonville has instituted an
artist residency program and
is interested in locating artists
who would be willing to vol-
unteer time with this pro-
Artists in medicine work
five to 10 hours a week, but
volunteers can work as little
as one hour bimonthly or one
day per week for three hours
for six months.
Artists can be versed in a
variety of media including
visual arts, music, theater, cre-
ative writing and more.'
If you are interested in
becoming a scheduled volun-
teer or to participate as a
guest artist or just to volun-
teer, contact Jennifer at 244-
The National Society of Arts
and Letters held its National
Conference in Jacksonville
May 16 through 21, when it
awarded cash prizes to six

dance competitors between
the ages of 18 and 29.
The first prize of $10,000'
went to Krista Marie Ettlinger
of Baca Raton. The $7,000 sec-
ond prize went to Mark
Giragosian of Washington,
D.C., and the third prize of
$5000 went to Nicole Gene
Maple of Arizona.
Prizes of $2,000 each went
to Saummer Lynette Catlette
of San Antonio, Kelly Ann
Yankle of Kentucky and Tara
Ashley Bizub of New Jersey.
Next year's competition will
be in Tempe, Ariz., and will
feature the visual arts.
.Another group encouraging
young people in the arts is.
FOCUS Cummer, which spon-
sors Fab Fest each year at the
Cummer Museum of Art and
Gardens, Jacksonville.
Educators from the
Cummer work with the teach-
ers and students in the
schools to familiarize them
with the art before they go to
the museum.
More than 300 children
.have'been introduced to the'
art contained in the Jacobsen
Gallery of American Art:
Each student created a por-
trait inspired by the paintings.
Forty works were selected for
exhibition on the walls of the
Cummer's Education Center.
The exhibit will travel to
the Beaches andbe on display
at AmSouth's Ponte Vedra
branch, the Ponte Vedra
Beach Branch Library and Arts
and Sound at Sawgrass.

Volunteers are the heart and
soul of the Beaches Area
Historical Society, which has
volunteer opportunities for
docents on Tuesday after-
noons and Thursday morn-
With summer camp season,
helpers are needed Tuesday
through Friday. If you are
interested in volunteering,
contact Lisa at 241-5657, ext.
Make your reservations for a
free summer show at the
Florida Theater sponsored by.
"Come Back Amelia
Bedelia" will be presented
June 5 to June 7.. "Billy
Jonas" will be featured June
15 and 16. For reservations
call 353-3500.
The Cultural Center at
Porite Vedra Beach will be
holding lectures' by Jay Wright,
from Jacksonville University
on "The DaVinci Code: First
the Book, Now the Movie."
The lectures will be from 4
. p.m. to 5 p.m. on June 10, 17,
24 and July 8. The fee is $5
for members and $8 for non-
members. Call 280-0614 for
The Beaches Fine Arts Series
will open its 34th season Sept.
1.7 with the Chris Norman
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now available. Call 270-1771.

PBTS: Opens tonight

Cont. from.B-1
roles of Ethel Merman and "Elsa
Maxwell were a -highlight of last
season's hit musical "Red Hot and.
Cole." '
Making her PBTS debut, Kristin
Jewell brifigs a lovely soprano voice
to tunes ranging fiom soulful to
, Also making his first appearance
dn the Players stage is .Scott.
Nicholson, who deftly handles all
the humor and heartbreak that
Kander and Ebb wove th rough their
Rounding out the cast is the
director, whose soaring Irish tenor
was last heard in the 2005 Theatre
Jacksonville production "The
Pajama Game."
Adkison worked personally with
the authors of this revue.
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at the Goodman Theatre with
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I felt like this was a great opportu-
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and 17 at 8 p.m., with Sunday mati-
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phdto submitted
Top right: "Night" by Theresa Morgpn will be part of the First Friday Art Walk this month in St. Augustine.
Below: "The Phantom of the Opera" runs through,June 4 at the Times-Uniori Center. Based on the classic novel Le Fant6me de
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Cont. from B-1
super powers and sometimes bizarre
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substitute nearly any oppressed group.
There are no black and white issues or
characters here. The government has a
mutant in a cabinet-level position ,
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a weapon. "Evil" mutants, such as
Magneto, exhibit both compassion and,
nobility, while Professor Charles Xavier
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to use his telepathic abilities to place
mind blocks on Jean Grey against her
will, ostensibly to protect mankind from
The main characters from the. first two
movies are back, although some of them
have moved to the forefront while others
have been given reduced roles. Storm
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of the X-Men. Iceman (Shawn Ashmore)
is required to put his romantic feelings
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return of Jean and her subsequent defec-
tion to Magneto!s brotherhood.
"The Last Stand" allows several cast
members a chance to shine. In a greatly
reduced role, James Marsden portrays
Cyclops, the previous leader of the group,
as a morose, unshaven loner mourning.
the death of his beloved Jean. Berry
brings a maturity and self-assuredness to
Storm, who finds herself responsible for
the leadership of both the X-Men team
and Professor Xavier's school. And Kelsey
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mutant caught in a three-way struggle
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customers to cough up what
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contemplated, some actors
Providing glamour in this
semi film noir is Jill Hennessy,
the "pure" collection agency
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seen in reruns of "Crossing
She's multi-talented in real
life, too. She speaks Italian,
French, Spanish and German..
But when it comes to acting
prowess, it's little-known'
Patricia Scanlon, who steals
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wise known as the "Doberman
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film's attack dog. Tony Roberts
and Justin Theroux fill the
flick's other important roles.
Edward Vilga directed "Dead
Broke.'! He also wrote the
story and screenplay. In all,
areas; he did a better than
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only by more experience.
Though not an Oscar candi-
date, this R-rated flick is
decent entertainment. You'll
particularly like the twist at
the end!

excuse to throw all reason out the win-
dow. We can feel the pain of Magneto
when he has to leave a fallen comrade
behind as a "casualty of war." When a
father finds his son bloody and in tears
after trying to cut wings from his back,
the embarrassment and shame both dis-
play come across as real emotions. When
Cyclops vents his rage at the lake where
Jean Grey sacrificed herself to save her
teammates, he shows a grief that is real
to anyone who has suffered the loss of a
loved one.
"X-Men: The Last Stand" is, to be sure,
an action/fantasy movie. But the story
and characters would not be out of place
in a more mainstream drama. There are
few lighthearted moments, as all sides
suffer substantial losses. The overall-
"despair of thecmovie is summed up'best
before the final credits, as a despondent
Magneto mourns the loss of friends and
comrades. (Note: Be sure to stay through,
the entire closing credits, as the fate of
one major character is hinted at in the.
final scene.)
Directed by Brett Ratner, "X-Men: The
Last Stand" is rated PG-13 for "intense
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Note: Acts and performance
days or, times are not always
available for all clubs at press
time. Performance information is
included in the Friday club calen-
dar. Send to mitchell@beach-
esleader.com. Call 249-9033 for

Aromas Cigar, Wine &
Martini Bar, 880 A1A N.,
Ponte Vedra Beach 280-2525.
Retro 80's with Radio 80 at
9:30 p.m, today. Le Monde
Quartet plays Latin music at 9
p.m. Tuesday. The Boxrockers
are in at 9 p.m. Wednesday.
Wine tasting from 6:30 to 8:30
p.m. every Thursday followed
by the Jason Anderson Group
at 9 p.m. Jose LeBron and The
LeMonde Quintet perform
every Saturday.

The Atlantic, 333 N. First
St., Jacksonville Beach 249-
3338. .Martini Night is
Thursday with DJs spinning.
DJ Wes Reed spins hip hop and
retro Thursdays- for Ladies
Night. DJ Jade spins old wave
and 80's retro at 9 p.m. Friday.
DJ ,KGB spins at 9 p.m.
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Bo's Coral Reef, 201 Fifth
Ave. N., Jacksonville Beach *
246-9874. DJ Dale spins
Thursday through Saturdays.

Bogey Grille, 1"50 Valley
Circle, Ponte Vedra Beach *
249-3338. Live music from 7-
11 p.m. today.

Brewster's, 11003 Beach
Blvd., Jacksonville 223-9850.
Big Al &-the Kaholics perform
at 9 p.m. today. Lisa and/the
Mad Hattters are in Saturday.
Dana Salmela plays acoustic
music at 9 p.m. Wednesday.
Karaoke is held every Tues.

Cap'n Odies,'2200 NMayport
Road, Atlantic Beach 241-
8848. Live music from 9:30
p.m. to 1;30 a.m. today and
Saturday. Country night every

Wednesday. Spade McQuade
plays traditional Irish music
every Thursday. Meridian plays
traditional Irish music at 4
p.m. Sunday.
Fly's Tie, 177 E. Sailfish Dr.,
Atlantic Beach 246-4293.
Live music today and Saturday.
Songwriter's night with Seth
Ramsdill every Tuesday. Reggae
with Pili Pili every Wednesday.
The Wes Cobb Band is in
Thursday. Mystic Dino and
the 420 Band are in Sundays,

Freebird Live, 200 N. First
St., Jacksonville Beach 246-
BIRD. Steel Pulse plays reggae
at 9 p.m. today. Bogus Pomp
pays tribute to Frank Zappa at
9 p.m. Saturday. Chillum
appears Sunday.

Giovanni's, 1161 Beach
Blvd., Jacksonville Beach 249-
7787. Mary Ann Hawkins
plays piano from 7 p.m. to
close Thursdays. The Amanda
Finch Jazz Quintet performs
from 8 p.m. to midnight today.
Pianist Matt Hall appears at 8'
p.m. Saturday.

Homestead Restaurant,
1712 Beach Blvd., Jacksonville
Beach 249-9660. Kenhe and
Sleepy are in from 7 to 11 p.m.
Friday. Mike Shackelford Band
appears from 7 to 11 p.m.
Lynch's Irish Pub, 514 N.
First St., Jacksonville Beach *
249-5181- Retro Kats are in at
10 p.m. today and Saturday.
Karaoke every Sunday.

Mackenzie's Steakhouse,
100 Sawgrass Village, Ponte
Vedra Beach 543-9.143. Gene
Nordan plays piano from 7 to
11 i P.m. Tuesday through
Thursday. Don Miniard is in
Saturday. Michael Howard is in
from 7 to 11 p.m. Sunday. Will
Hurley performs today and
Max's Restaurant *
Max's Restaurant, 1312

Champs Lounge, ass '.ns plays
Marriott, 1000 PGA Tour Blvd., the piano fom 6:30 to 10 p.m.
Ponte Vedra Beach 285-7777. today and Saturday.
Lisa and the Mad Hatters per- *
form at 8:30 p.m. today. Monkey's Uncle Taverin,
*e 1850 ,.Third Street' S.,
Cliff's at the Beach, 1401 Jacksonville Beach 246-1070.
Atlantic Blvd., Neptune Beach. Live music at 9 p.m. today.
The Jay Garrett Band performs Karaoke every. Tues:, Thurs.,
at 9 p.m. today. and Saturday. Sat. and Sun.
Karaoke every Wednesday. **
.Ocean Club, 401 First Street
Culhane's Irish Pub, 967 North, Jacksonville ,Beach *
Atlantic Blvd., Atlantic Beach 242-8884. DJs Jeremy and
249-9595. Three performs at 9 Kevin Durgin spin today. 'DJ
p.m. today. Don't Tell Anne Charles Feelgood with Kevin M
and Saturday. Kevin Byrne is in spin Saturday. Live reggae with
at 6 p.m. Sunday. Pili Pili and DJ Infader for

Fionn MacCool's Irish Pub
& Restaurant, 333 1st St. N.,,
Jacksonville Beach 242-9499.
Cloud Nine is in. every

Palms Presbyterian Church
closes its 2006 Fine Arts Series
with a performance of
Mandelssohn's sacred oratorio
"St. Paul" by choral ensembles,
soloists and the Jacksonville
Symphony Orchestra' at 7:3.0
p.m. Saturday in the church
sanctuary at 3410 3rd St. S.,
Jacksonville Beach. Admission
is free. Call 246-6427 for infor-

The First Coast
Metropolitan and the
Jacksonville Harmony Show
Chorus present an evening of
barbershop music at 2:30 p.m.
and 8 p.m. Saturday in Jacoby
Symphony Hall at the Times-
Union Center for the
Performing Arts, 300 W. Water
St., Jacksonville. Tickets are $15 /
for the matinee, $28 for the.
evening show. Call 350-1609
for information.

Singer Sophie B. Hawkins
performs Sunday at Fuel
Coffeehouse, 1037 Park St.,
Jacksonville. Call 425-FUEL for

Bands Experiment Theory,
Noah's Apathy, The Currents
and Eileen get together at 7
p.m. Saturday at CD
Connection, 1908 3rd St. S.,
Jacksonville Beach. Admission
is $5. Call 246-0550 for infor-

Service Industry Sundays. DJs
Shanghai and Lord Swift spins
reggae, reggaeton and hip hop
on Tuesday.

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ABOVE: Twisted Sisters, 1266 Beach Blvd., Jacksonville Beach
will present Jaxleigh' & Parlaid with Bonfire Chorus Wednesday,
June 7. Doors open at 6 p.m. Call 241-6453 for more details. ;

Ragtime Tavern, Seafood &
Grill, 207 Atlantic Blvd.,
Atlantic Beach 241-7877. The
Company are in today and
Saturday. Normal Town
appears Sunday.

Restaurant Medure, 818 N.
Florida 'A1A, Ponte Vedra
Beach 543-3797. Nightfall
performs from 8 p.m. to close
today and Saturday.

The Ritz, 139 Third Ave., Jay
Beach, ,* 246-2255. DJ,
Anonymous spins Sun-Wed. DJ
Marco spins every Thurs.. -
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Shelb's, Coffee Shoppe, 21.,)
1st Stheet, Neptune Beach *
249-2922. The John Thomas
Group with Debra Rider plays,
.cabaret jazz from 10 a.m. to 1
p.m. Sunday.
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Spare Time Tavern and
Grille, 1728 3rd St. N.,
Jacksonville Beach 246-8360.
Blues harpist Jason Ricci and
his Band are Saturday., Tickets
are $6 in advance, $8 at the
door. The Jim Essery Band per-
forms Sundays.

Tavern at Sawgrass, 43 PGA
Tour Blvd, Ponte Vedra Beach *
285-3133. Ralph "E" performs
top 40's, blues, oldies and jazz
every Friday and Saturday
night from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Tra Vini Italian Restaurant,

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REO Speedwagon will perform Sept. 24 at the Florida Theatre.

St. Paul's Catholic School

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628 1st Ave. N., Jax Beach 246-5756
Doors Open 1:15pm After Hours 612-5787
Non-Smoking room available

216 Ponte Vedra Park Drive,
Ponte Vedra Beach Beach *
273-2442.' Tony Saladino per-
forms jazz piano and standards
from 7 to 10 p.m. Thursday
through Saturday.

Tree Steakhouse, 725-6
Atlantic Blvd, Atlantic Beach *
241-5600. Mary Ann Hawkins
,is in from 6:30 p.m.' to 10:30
p.m. Wednesday. Mike
Shackelford performs an
acoustic set from 6:30 to 10;
p.m. today. Kenhe' is in from
6:30 to 10:30 p.m. Saturday.
* /
Vinoe, S22 A1A N. ,Ponte,
\edrd Beadch 285-0991. The
D.I Vali spins acid jazz for
Metropolitan Night every

June 3rd (o\
Blues Band Q
Jason Ricci with New Blood
June 9th
Local Reggae Band
de Lions of Jan
June 10th
$6 in Advance
Friday ,
$2.50 Seagrams Gin
Live Aboustics from the lead
,' singer of'Sanford
Michelob Ultra Pitchers $5.50
Monday no
Industry Night over
$3 calls/$2.25 wells,
Eric Wink 0
for chance to win $2,000
$3 Captain Drinks
Wednesday 1
Martini Night
Featuring Progressive Jazz
$3 Sky Vodka Martinis
$4.50 Three Olive Martinis
Thursday co'a r
Yankee Slickers.Ban
& Texas Holdem
$3 Captain Drinks

House Specialties
Stuffed Oysters
$7.95 1/2 Dozen
Steamed/Raw Oysters
$7.95 Dozen
12 oz Angus Beef Select Cut
Ribeye Dinners $15.95
$3 XL Jager Bombs
$3 XL Cherry Bombs
$3 Jack Drinks
$1.50 Bud Select Pints
$1 PBR's & Busch Lite

Open 11 am 2 am Daily
1728 N.Third St
Jax Beach
(corner of 3rd St. & 17th Ave. N. in the
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Helping Hands Fundraiser
A Casino Night will be held
on Saturday, June 24 to raise
funds for Helping Hands
Village. The event, held from
7 p.m. to midnight at the Sea
Turtle Inn, will have casino
:style games, food, beverages, a
silent auction, and prizes.
100% of the proceeds will
go to Helping Hands Village, a
project, of :Helping Hands,
Ministries to provide transi-
tional housing for homeless
families with children.
Tickets are $100 per person
and can be purchased from
James Stackhouse at 502-4859.
Helping Hands Ministries is at
31 Lewis Street in. Atlantic

Beach Celebration
Calvary Anglican Church
will have a special Pentecost'
Celebration with Baptism and
Communion on the beach in
front of the Sea Turtle Inn in
Atlantic Beach on Sunday.
The service will be at 10:30
a.m. Sunday School for chil-
dren and adults is at 9 a.m. at
the UNF University Center at
12000 Alumni Drive. For infor-
mation call 241-9400.

Men's Breakfast
Men that Matter will hold
the 4th Annual, Outreach
Breakfast on Saturday, June 10
at 8 -a.m. at the Wyndham
Jacksonville Riverwalk Hotel.
University of Florida
Football Quarterback and
Heisman Trophy. winner.
Danny Wuerffel wil. be the
guest speaker. Wuerffel is cur-
rently involved with Desire
Street Ministries, a non-profit
faith-based organization based
in New Orleans.
Men that 'Matter is a min-_
istry of First Coast Christian
Outreach founded by Father
Peter Church.

The breakfast is being, done
in partnership with the
Mayor's Jacksonville Network
For Strengthening
Families.Individual tickets are
$20 and a table of ten is $180.
For more information contact
Church at (904) 733-1382 or
visit www.fccoutreach.com
(click on
Men That Matter).

Golf Outing
Palms Presbyterian Church
will have a Men's Golf Outing
on Saturday, June 10. Tee time
at The Slammer and Squire
.Course at World Golf Village
will be 9:30 to 11 a.m.
The rate is $80; sign up fol-
lowing Sunday worship servic-
es at Palms at 3410 S. Third
Street in Jacksonville Beach.
For information call the
church office at 246-6427.

Father's Day Breakfast
The Daughters of the King at
St. Paul's by the Sea Episcopal
Church will hold a Father's
Day Breakfast on Sunday, June
17 at 9 a.m.
The cost is ,$3. RSVP by
Thursday, June 15 by calling
the parish office at 249-4091.
The church address is 465 11th
Ave. N. in Jacksonville Beach.

Sports Camp
Atlantic Beach Assembly of
God invites elementary school
children to the Annual Mega
Sports Camp on June 5 to 9
from 6 to 9 p.m.
Youngsters can choose from
basketball,. cheerleading, flag
football, golf, and 'soccer.
Registration is $20 and the first
75 registrants receive a t-shirt
and backpack.
The church address is 680
Mayport Road in Atlantic
Beach; telephone 249-5511.
Promise Keepers
The 2006 Promise Keepers

Conference will be held at the
Jacksonville Veterans
Memorial Arena on July 21
and 22.
Promise Keepers encourages
men to form a bond of friend-
ship, unity, and integrity
under Christ. The conference
will include speakers, concerts,
and drama. It will be held from
7 to 10 p.m. on July 21 and
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on July
Registration is encouraged
five weeks.prior to the confer-
ence and can be done on line
at www.promisekeepers.org or.
by calling 800-888-7595. The
cost is $89 for adults, $69 for
young, men 18 years and
under, and $59 for military
personnel. Group. discounts
are available.

Missions Conference
Christ the Redeemer Church
will have a Missions
Conference on June 3rd and
4th. The opening service at
6:30 p.m. on June 3 will have
testimonies from missionaries
and a message from Calvary
International President Jerry
On June 4 at the 9 a.m.
service, the conference con-
tinues with guest speaker Mark.
Baxter, Jacksonville Director
for Youth with a Mission. At
the 10:30 a.m. service, Pacific
Region director for Calvarv
International Craig Kuehn will
Christ the Redeemer is at
190 South Roscoe Blvd. in
Ponte Vedra. For more infor-
mation, visit www.christthere-
deemer.com or call 285-8009.

Tribute Dinner
Chabad @ the Beaches will
hold the Third Annual Tribute'
Dinner on Sunday, June 11 at
6:30 p.m. The event will be
held at the Hamptof Inn at

1220 Marsh Landing Parkway
in Jacksonville Beach.
Several individuals will be
recognized for their efforts and
contributions on behalf of
Chabad. A special address will
be given by Rabbi Zvi Konikov,
Director of Chabad of the
Space and Treasure Coasts.
For information or to make
reservations for the event con-
tact Chabad via email at
call 904.285.1588, or visit

The Youth at Christ United
Methodist Church will have a
Yard Sale and Car Wash from
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday.
Funds raised will be used for
their summer mission trip.

Senior Connection
On June 9, the Senior
Connection of Our Lady Star
of the Sea Catholic Church will
meet in the Church Cultural
Center from 10 a.m. to 12:30
Senior Connection offers
activities for seniors including
art classes, cards, dancing, and
day trips.There will be a speak-,
er on Genealogy at the June r9
meeting. All are .welcome to
attend. '
The Cultural Center isIocat-
ed at OLSS at 545 A1A:N. in
Ponte Vedra. For information
call'Cheryl at 543-1139.

Women's luncheon
The Women's Connection
Luncheon will be. held on
Wednesday, June 14 at the
Jacksonville Golf and Country
Club from 11 a.m. to 12:30
The inspirational speaker will
be Tamra Nash man, former
\model and educator. Her topic

will be "It takes the Right
Shoes to Make the Journey."
Gary Baker from the Plant
Ranch will also provide
Gardening Tips
The cost of the luncheon is
$17 which includes pre-school
child care. For information or
reservations, contact Lynn
Petry at 221-4536.

Chabad preschool
Chibad @ the Beaches in
Ponte Vedra is taking enroll-
ment for a new Jewish pre-
school which will open in
Co-directors of the school
are Chana Novack and Leah
Kurinsky. The preschool will.
promote Jewish education for
children ages 12 months to 36
Call 285-1588 for informa-
tion or to register.

Time for a change
The early Friday services at
Beth El the Beaches Synagogue
have been suspended until
school resumes in August.
There will, only be an 8 p.m.
service during the summer
The "Ask the Rabbi' lesson
continues in the evening and
Shabbat morning services as
does the increased use of
English for prayers and
The synagogue's address is
288 N. Roscoe Blvd. in Ponte
Vedia. Call 273-9100 for infor-

Renewal Weekend
Our Lady Star of the Sea
Catholic .Church in Ponte
Vedra will hold a, Christ
Renews His Parish weekend for
women on June 3 and 4.
Contatt Deacon Jim for infor-
mation and reservations at
285-2698, ext. 7. OLSS is at 545
State Road A1A.

Training at Beth El
The Jewish Healing Network
will offer volunteer training at
Beth El the Beaches Synagogue
from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Wednesday, June 15, and-June
Volunteers are needed to
bring joy to the elderly, the ill
or those who. are socially iso-
lated. Call 394-5723 to sign up
for the class. Beth El is at 288
N. Roscoe Blvd. .in Ponte

Apostle Build Dedication
Beaches Habitat will hold
the Dedication 'Worship
Service for the Apostle Build
Project on Saturday, June 3,
from noon to 2 p.m. The event
will be held at Sunrise
Community Church, 298
Aquatic Drive, Atlantic Beach,
and at the homesite nearby.
For information about the
dedication service or about
upcoming Apostle Build
Projects contact Chuck
Kennedy at Beaches Habitat at

Bethel Gallery
"Hope," an exhibit of works
by youth ages 6 to 18 years
old, will be on display at
SBethel Gallery through June
18. The gallery is located at
Ponte' Vedra Presbyterian
Church at 4510 Palm Valley
The church's art ministry
offers basic art, painting and
drawing classes for youth and
adults. Call 285-8225 for infor- ,

Job seekers meet
Christ Episcopal Church is
sponsoring a series of job
seeker workshops to help those


400 San Juan Drive Ponte Vedra Beach
T 285-6127
Sunday 7:45. 9:00;, 11 :0 AM, 5:30 PM Holy Eucharist
Saturday 5:30 PM Holy Eucharist
Wednesday 6:00 PMN Holy Eucharist
E% ening Prayer in the Chapel
;6:00 P1M% o.rjueis,., Thurs., Fri.. .- --. ,,
Nursery A-ailable for Saturday ,'
& Sunday Services '
All are welcome ChristEpiscopalChurch.ore

Our Congregation meets at
Castillo de Mexico
1222 S. Third Street


10:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m.

Wa.yne Dyer "
The Pou er of Intention t-,~'
Louise Hay ,, .
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Deepak Chopra
Peace Is The Itay
We think you're going to love our church!
Join us on Sundays at 10:30 a.m.
Best Western at
i-95 & J. Turner Butler Blvd.,
Jacksonville Church of Religious Science
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A worship-centered evangelical congregation
in the Anglican tradition
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United Methodist

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Worship Opportunities
9:00 a.m. Contemporary*
11:15 a.m. Traditional*
*Kids worship provided
Sunday School
10:00 a.m. for all ages
Rev. Jeff Bennett.Pastor
Adam N.i'ers. Youth

35 Executive Way, PVB
Across AIA from Rawlings School
Behind Prosperity Bank
280-5141 \ww.ps-umc.org
"Connecting the Unconnected"

.'", Hodges Boulevard
S7 jPresbyterian Church
-,. o. 4140 Hodges Boulevard
(Corner of Chet's Creek Blvd.)
Jacksonville (904) 223-6922

Pastor: Rev. Joe Albright
Sunday Schedule
Cmftiempoftafy Worship: "9:00 a.m.
Sunday School All Ages: 10:00 a.m.
Traditional Worship: 11:00 a.m.
Nursery Provided
An Evangelical Free Church

Sunday School & AB.F.'s 9:00 a.m,
Worship Service 10:15 a.m.

298 Aquatic Drive
Atlantic Beach
Phone: 249-3030

Church ,

Worship Services
8:30 and 11:00 a.m.
5:45 p.m.
Nursery at all services

Sunday School
all ages 9:40 a.m.
Rev. Dr. Thomas Walker
Senior Pastor
Rev. Carbl DiGiusto'
Senior Associate Pastor
Rev. Andrew Kukla
Associate Pastor

Mi nii .1 l-r,*

3410 South Third Street
Jacksonville Beach
t904) 246-6427'

1r (A TraditionalAnglican Church)
.8 247-1442
Holy Communion
every Sunday at 8:00 A.M.
Holy Trinity meets in the Old Chapel
at 610 Florida Blvd., Neptune Beach
Rev. Robert C. Adams, Vicar

A Stephen Ministry Congregation
1801 Beach Blvd.
Jacksonville Beach 249-4575
Sunday Worship
8:00 am & 10:30 am
Sunday School
Children 9:15 am
Youth/Adult 9:15 am
Nursery Provided

150 Sherry Dive, Atlantic Beach, FL
" ,Church Office 249-8698
Preschool/Kindergarten Office 2417335
Sunday Morning Worship. 8:30 & 11 a.m.
Church School All Ages 9:45 a.m.
Youth Fellowships 5p.m.
Contemporary Worship Serv. 5:59 p.m.
Chancel Choir Wednesdays 7,p.m.
Weekday Preschool/Kindergarten (3, 4 & 5 yr olds)
i[ Palm Valley Baptist Church
4890 Palm Valley Road. Ponte Vedra
Rev. Jeff Witt, Senior Pastor
Ceteraswing 10O y10 A a saer e te e ae"
Join us on Sunday for:
Sunday School for all ages 9:15 AM
Worship Service 10:30 AM
Evening Bible Study 6:00 PM
Wednesday Evening opportunities:
Family Dinner 6:0,0 PM
Children and Youth Bible Study 7:00 PM
Adult Worship Service 7:00 PM
Child Care and Nursery provided for all activities!
"The righteous shall flourish like the palm tree.,." Psalms 92:12


895 Palm Valley Road
Ponte Vedra, FL* 543-0112
Sunday Services,
Adult Christian Formation 9:00am
Holy Eucharist 10:00am
(Children's Chapel during service time),
Nursery Provided Infants through 5 years

276 N. Roscoe Blvd., Ponte Vedra Bch
Ph. 285-5347
Rev. Julie Frank,Pastor,
Sunday Contemporary Worship
Sunday Church School 9:45am.
Sunday LBW Worship 11:00amn
Nursery Provided

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Service Times
Saturday 5:00 pm
Sunday 8:00am, 9:30am & 11:00am

(904) 268-2500
6045 Greenland Rd. near Philips Hwy.

Ponte Vedra
Presbyterian Church
"Where friends gather to worship"
4510 Palm Valley Road (CR 210)
www.pvpc.com ,
Sun. Worship 9:00 & 10:30 a.m.
.Sunday Breakfast
Nursery &,Toddler Ministries
Middle, .High School, College
'Adult Ministries
Music & Art Ministries
Home of a Bethlehem Visit

/'be^ t 'byaptist Chrch
1050 Highway A1A* 285-428,8
Traditional Worship 8:30am
Bible Study 9:40am
Celebration Worship 10:30am
Associate Pastor Jeremy Gates
Associate Pastor -Chris Partin

St. Paul's by the Sea -

Episcopal ChuYcb

Welcme Families Children's Chapel At 10 am Sun.
welcome Families Nursery At 7:30 & 10 am Services Sun.
& Singles Christian Formation At 9:00 am
Corner of 51h St. & 11th Ave. N. Jax Beach, FL www.stpaulsbythesea@spbts.net

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Baptist Ch u r ch
6:30 pm Contemporary Worship Service
9:00 am Contemporary Worship Service
10:30 am Traditional Service
6:30 pm- The Gathering
Bible Studies for Every Age & Life Situation
407 Third Street
www.neptunebaptist.org Neptune Beach
Tom Bary, Pastor 904-249-2307

of the Beaches (Disciples of Christ)
2125 Oceanfront & Seagate, Neptune Beach,
Come worship with us by the ocean.
Traditional Services
8:00 & 9:00 am
SCelebration Praise
10:45 am
5:30 Supper
6:30 Choir, Bible Study, Youth
Mahlon Dixon, Senior Pastor 246-2010
James Collins, Associate Pastor

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288 N. Roscoe Bld. Ponte Vedra Beach 904 273-9100 (ft) 273-5567
Friday evening Family service 6:30 -7:00 & 8:00 9:00 prn.m
Shabbat & Torah Services 9:30 12:00 noon'
Religious School Sundays 9:00 a.m & Wednesdays 4:30 p.m.
:Wehave a fill range of actiitie and services for the beaches Jewish
cornnumit. Please contact our office rn-f8-5 for infomiation about adult
education. Sisterhood actiitics and Vouth activities.



Pastor Steve McCoy
Associate Pastor Howard McMinn
Sunday 8:30 & 10:15AM
Wednesday 7 PM
TEL 241-4211

1st Avenue North at 5th Street.
Jacksonville Beach
Father Wm. A. Kelly, pastor
Saturday Mass 9.a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
Sunday Mass 7:00,8:30, 10:00,
11:30 a.m. & 7 p.m.
Saturday Confessions
After 9 a.m. Mass & 4:30 -5:20 p.m.

1025 Snug Harbor Court
(off Mayport Rd. at W. 11th St. and Orchid
Atlantic Beach, FL 32233
Jerry Murrell, Miinister
Bible Class Sunday, 10:00 a.m.
Worship 11:00 a.m.
Evening Service 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday Bible Study 7:00 p.m.

1423 N. 8th Ave., Jax Beach
Rev. Dana A. Brones, Pastor
Phone: 249-5418
8:30 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. Traditional
83 Service -
Praise & Worship Saturday 5:30pm
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Adult Bible Classes 9:45 a.m.

Sunday School for all ages 9:00 a.m.
Worship Service 10:15 a.m.
Youth Fellowship 11:30 a.m.
SNursery Provided -
400 Penman Road (at Atlantic)
Neptune Beach 249-5370
Rev. Patrice Spenser
Share in the love of Christ

2400 Mayport Rd., Atlantic Beach
Father Joseph Meehan
Saturday 5 p.m.
Sunday 9 a.m., 11 a.m.
Nursery Available Sunday Morning
Saturday 10:00 a.m. or by appt.
Wed. 6:00 p.m. (K-3) 7:15 p.m. (4-6 gr.)
Sunday 6:00 p.m. (7-H.S.)


324 N. 5th St., 249-2314

Bible Study
Blended Worship

9:15 a.m.
10:30 a.m.

Evening Worship 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday Evening 6:15 p.m.
Weekday Ministry 246-2891
Service interpreted for the hearing impaired

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Final Palms concert Saturday Briefs: Vacation Bible

The final concert of the
Palms Presbyterian Church
Fine Arts Series, "St. Paul" by
Felix Mendelssohn, will be "a
unique offering at the beach
and in Jacksonville," said
Palms Director of Music and
Fine Arts Ronn Cummings.
"The piece is a sacred orato-
rio. The music is theatrical
and dramatic.... and tells a
story. "
Many churches don't have
the vocal resources or the
space to accommodate doing
something like this, said
"An oratorio is the same as
an opera with a large orches-
tra and a large chorus with
solists. While an opera uses
sets and costumes, an oratorio
is performed concert style."
The performance of "St.
Paul" is a joint effort of
Palms Chancel Choir, the
Chancel Choir from Riverside
Presbyterian Church, and
thirty-five members of the
Jacksonville Symphony
Forty members of each
church's choir will participate
in the concert.
Andrew Clarke, Director of
Music and organist at
Riverside will conduct half ot
the concert. Cummings will
conduct the other half.
The concert will be held at
Palms Presbyterian Church at

Ronn Cummings, Director of Music and Fine Arts at Palms Presbyterian Church,
of a performance of Mendelssohn's oratorio "St. Paul" on Saturday, June 3.

3410 South Third Street in.
Jacksonville Beach.
Admission is free and no
tickets or reservations are
required. For information call
the church office at 246-6427.
, Preparations for the per-
formance began last fall with
more intensive rehearsals held
during the past'two months,'

said Cummings.
Mendelssohn wrote the
oratorio in the early 19th
Century. Although the mast
terpiece was written in .
German, the ninety minute
performance will be sung in'
I The oratorio tells the story
of dramatic events in the life-


photo submitted
will conduct part

of St. Paul. The martyrdom of
Stephen, Paul's conversion,
and his. efforts to spread
Christianity are part of the
story told by the music.
"Parts of the oratorio are
mighty and powerful. There
are also lovely pastoral sec-
tions," said Cummings.

Cont. from B-6
seeking jobs or changing career
direction. The workshops will
be conducted by human
resource professionals and cor-
porate executives. There is no
charge and the public is invit-
The workshops, held on
Saturday, will be on June 17,
July 8 and 22, and Aug. 5 in
room 108 of the church's
Christian Formation Center.
The church is at 400 San Juan
Drive, Ponte Vedra. Sign up by
calling 285-6127 or e-mail
Celebrate Recovery *
Celebrate Recovery, a biblical
based program for persons fac-
ing personal problems, meets
every Friday at 6:30 p.m. in.the
fellowship hall of Beach United
Methodist Church, Third Street
at Seventh Avenue North,
Jacksonville Beach.
Through worship and samne-
gender small groups, people
can work on personal struggles
such as eating disorders, alco-'
hol/drug abuse, and codepen-
dency. The evenings begin
with dinner., Call 249-2343.
Vacation Bible Schools
Ambassador Baptist Church:
2134 Mayport Road in Atlantic
Beach, 246-7779.
."Christmas in Summer"
Vacation Bible School will be
held on June 12 to 16 for
kindergarten through 6th
Christ Episcopal Church: 400
San Juan Drive in Ponte Vedra;

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The Beaches Branch Library, The Ponte Vedra Beach Library, THE BEACHES
LEADER, PONTE VEDRA LEADER and Publix have games and contests waiting for
you...Iots of activitieinvolying yp,,,Wprnc rLibrary.and reading fun for the summer.


As part of our Summer Reading Fun at the Beaches Branch
Library and Ponte Vedra Branch Library, we are offering
Scavenger Hunts. Young readers can find the appropriate
grade level Hunt and head for the Library. Complete ten from
the list of Scavenger Hunt questions, fill in the answers and
return the completed list along with the young person's
name, address and phone number. Forms may be returned
to the Beaches Branch Library, the Ponte Vedra Branch
Library or to The Beaches Leader, Ponte Vedra Leader, 1114
Beach Blvd., Jacksonville Beach.
There will be two Scavenger Hunts per age group this
summer at each of the libraries. The program runs from
now until August 2006.

r Hunt #1 Look for Bingo cards,
Scavenger Hunt questions
and other contest
Go to the Beaches Branch Library to search the answers information at these
to questions such as this: locations:
What famous pirate was knighted by Queen Elizabeth! At the Beaches Branch Library
What is the largest organ of your body! 600 Third St., Neptune Beacd
On the library's homepage, what link would you click on to i at. h- Pn,. V.-in n ... I

find great sites for kids!

Go to the Ponte Vedra Branch Library to search the
answers to questions such as this:
What is the title of the first Harry
Potter book?

* How strong is the wind in the eye of
a hurricane?
Who is the king of rock and roll,
and where was he born?

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101 Library Blvd., Ponte Vedra Beach
At the Customer Service desks of
your neighborhood Publix
At The Beaches Leader, Ponte
Vedra Leader, 1114 Beach Blvd.,
Jacksonville Beach
Online at www.beachesleader.com -
the Web site of
the Beaches' own
A, newspaper,
/? The Beaches Leader,
1j\V\ i'>^ Ponte Vedra Leader

Get the set of questions for your age group

READ Bingo
Get your card at the Beaches Branch Library,
Ponte Vedra Beach Library, Publix or
As you read books, magazines or articles in The
Beaches Leader, Ponte Vedra Leader on the topics on
your card, you may cross off that space and make a list
of your reading for that subject square. When you have
completed a diagonal, horizontal or vertical row, you
are a BINGO winner.
Return your card with the list of your reading to the
Beaches Branch Library, the Ponte Vedra Branch
Library or mail to The Beaches Leader, Ponte Vedra
Leader, 1114 Beach Blvd.,
S. Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250.
Be sure to fill in the name,
address, phone and school
grade. Weekly winners will be
listed in The Beaches Leader,
P4 onte Vedra Leader and on
the Leader web site
',. ; (beachesleadercom) and these
names will be entered for
4 prizes at the summer's end.

Children are also invited to
read a book and then do
an artistic representation of
the book. This can include
pictures using colors, pencils
or paint, a collage or a
sculpture. Details available
at the libraries. Art will be
displayed, winners listed in
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I awarded.


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285-7390 ext. 237.
Vacation Bible School is June
5 to 9 for ages 4 years through
3rd grade.
First Christian Church of the
Beaches: 2125 Ocean Front in
Neptune Beach, 246-2010
Fiesta Time Vacation Bible
School will be held on June 11
to 15.
Ocean Park Baptist Church:
400 S 16th Ave. in
Jacksconville Beach, 249-5457.
"Quest for God's 10
Commandments" Vacation
Bible School on May 29 to June
2 from 9 a.m. to noon.
Our Lady Star of the Sea
Catholic Church: 545 AlA N.
in Ponte Vedra, 285-2698.
Vacation Bible School will be
held June 19 to 23.
Palm Valley Baptist Church:
4890 Palm Valley Road, 285-
Vacation Bible School will be
held from June 5 through June
9 from 9:00 a.m. until 12 noon
for children in kindergarten
through grade six.
Ponte Vedra United
Methodist Church: 35
Executive Way, Suite 130 in
Ponte Vedra, 280-5141.
Fiesta Vacation Bible School
will be held for children ages 4
years through 5th grade on
June 19 to 23. Adult volunteers
are needed.
St. Andrew's Lutheran
Church: 1801 Beach. Blvd.,
Treasure Island Vacation
Bible School will be held on
June 11 to 16 from 6 to 8:30
p.m. for ages 3 to adult.

June 2, 2006

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Arts & Entertainment



228 3rd Ave. N., Jacksonville
Beach. 339-0029. Hours 1
p.m. to 9 p.m. Wednesday-
Ave., Jacksonville Beach 241-
5657. Exhibits: "Shore Stories:
Down the Boardwalk" "The
ABCs of Beaches Historv" "A
View on the Past." Hours are
10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday-
Saturday. 12:30 p.m. to 4:30
p.m. Sunday. Admission $5
adults, $4 seniors, $3 children
16-1 '1.
Palm Valley Road, Ponte Vedra
Beach 285-8225. Features
themed original art shows
using mixed media. Hours are
9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday to
Friday and 9 a.m. to noon
PONTE VEDRA, 50 Executive
Way, Ponte Vedra Beach 280-
Riverside Ave., Jacksonville *
356-6857. Hours are 10 a.m.
to 9 p.m. Tuesday through
Thursday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Wednesday, Friday and
Saturday, noon to 5 p.m.
Sunday. Admission is $8 for
adults, $5 for seniors, military,
and students, free for kids 6
and under. Free admission
from 4 to 9 p.m. Tuesday.
880 A1A North, Suite 9, Ponte
\'edra Beach 280-2772.
Hours 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Monday through Saturday,
noon to 5 p.m. Sunday.
SAWGRASS, 1740 Sawgrass
Village Dr., Ponte Vedra Beach
* 384-7724. Hours 10 a.m. to 6
p.m. Monday through Friday,
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday.
216 First St., Neptune Beach *
241-6928. Works by local and
regional artists. Monday
through Wednesday, 10 a.m.
to 6 p.m.; Thursday and
Friday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m;
Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.,
and Sunday, noon to 5 p.m.
Call 241-6928.
2411 3rd St. S., Jacksonville
Beach. Tuesday through
Friday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. 11
a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday Call
1st Street, Neptune Beach *
249-7321. Selling handmade
work from Ireland, England
and U.S. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Monday-Saturday. noon to 5
p.m. Sunday.
1"7 Fourth Ave. N.,
Jacksonville Beach 435-3200.
Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Tuesday through Friday and 1
p.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. Also
by appointment. Pieces are
available for purchase.
AND HISTORY., 1025 Museum
Circle, Jacksonville. MOSH
features planetarium events
and special children's activi-
ties. 396-7062.
630 Atlantic Blvd., Neptune
Beach Hours 10 a.m. to 6
p.m. Wednesday through
Sunday. 403-0031.
1511 Atlantic Blvd. in the
Tradewinds Plaza, Neptune
Beach. Gallery hours are 10
a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday to
Friday and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Saturday. Phone 247-4341.
OCEAN 60, 60 Ocean
Blvd., Atlantic Beach 24-
A1A N., Ponte Vedra Beach *
273-6065. Gallery for collec-
tors of fine art. Hours are 11
a.m. to 6 p.m: Monday
through Friday, 11 a.m. to 4
p.m. Saturday.
1st Ave, N., Jacksonville Beach
* 247-3144.
GALLERY, 1266 Beach, Blvd.,
Jacksonville Beach 261-6453.
GALLERY is at 1215 4th St.
N., Jacksonville Beach. 249-
0432. Maritime painter devot-
ed to recreating seafaring his-
tory in oil paintings.
Lighthouses, steamboats and

sailing ships are his specialty.
Hours 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.,
Monday through Sa turd ay.

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"Woman With Bowl" is part of an exhibit of paintings by Rima Jabbur at the University of North
Florida Gallery. The show runs through July 13. Jabbur's background in philosophy and art is
reflected in the staged narratives and psychologically charged portraits she paints. Jabbur earned
a bachelor's degree in philosophy from Cornell University and a master's in fine arts from Towscn
State University. She has taught painting and drawing at Orlando's Valencia Community College
and Rollins College in Winter Park. For more on the exhibit and gallery hours, call 620-2534.


Regal 18

The Break-Up. Rated PG13.
Fri.-Thurs., 1:30, 4:30, 7:20,

X-Men: The Last Stan'd.
Rated PG13. Fri.-Thurs., Noon,
12:20, 12:45, 1:15, 2:15, 2:45,
3:20, 4:00, 4:30, 5:00, 5:25,
6:45, 7:15, 7:45, 8:15, 8:45,
9:30, 10:10, 10:45.

The Da Vinci Code. Rated
PG13. Fri.-Thurs., 11:45 a.m.,
12:40, 1:10, 1:40, 3:15, 4:15,
4:45, 5:15, 6:40, 7:40, 8:10,
8:40, 10:.15.

Over The Hedge. Rated PG.
Fri.-Thurs., 11:40 a.m., 12:05,
1:35, 2:10, 2:40, 4:20, 4:50.
5:20, 7:00, 7:30, 8:00, 9:40,

See No Evil. Rated R. Fri.-
Thurs., 4:05, 10:25.
Poseidon. Rated PG13. Fri.-
Thurs., 12:15, 3:30, 6:55, 9:55.
Mission: Impossible III.
Rated PG13. Fri.-Thurs., 1:20,
4:10, 7:05, 10:05.
The Promise. Rated PG13.
Fri.-Thurs., 12:25, 7:35.

Don't Come Knocking.
Rated R. Fri.-Thurs., 12:35,
4:05, 7:50, 10:20.

Pablo 9

The Da Vinci Code. Rated
PG13. Fri.-Thurs., 12:30, 1:00,
3:45, 4:00, 7:00, 7:35, 10:10.

Hoot. Rated PG. Fri.-Thurs..
1:30, 4:35, 7:35, 9:35.

lust My Luck. Rated PG13.
Fri.-Thurs., 1:45, 4:45, 7:45,

Mission: Impossible III.
Rated PG13. Fri.-Thurs., 1:50,
4:50, 7:35, 10:15.
Over The Hedge. Rated PG.
Fri.-Thurs., 1:15, 4:15, 7:15,

Poseidon. Rated PG13. Fri.-
Thurs., 1:35, 4:10, 7:20, 9:30.
R.V. Rated PG. Fri.-Thurs.,
1:40, 4:40, 7:40, 9:40.

X-Men: The Last Stand.
Rated PG13. Fri.-Thurs., 1:50.
4:30, 7:10, 9:40.

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ROUND" opens at 8 p.m.
today at Players by the Sea, 106
6th St. N., Jacksonville Beach.
The musical will run every
Friday and Saturday through
June 17. Matinee performances
are scheduled at 2 p.m. Sunday
and June 11. Tickets are $25.
Call 249-2022 for reservations
arid information.

OPERA" runs through June 4
in the Moran Theatre in the
Times-Union Center for the
Performing Arts, 300 WV. Water
St., lacksonville. Call the FCCI

Artist Series at 632-3373 for
ticket and schedule informa-
BEAST" is staged through July
16 at the Alhambra Dinner
Theatre, 12000 Beach Blvd.,
Jacksonville. Doors open at 6
p.m. for evening shows.
Matinees are held at 11 a.m.
on Saturday and noon on
Sunday. Admission ranges
from $35 to $46 for dinner and
show. Call 641-1212 for infor-

musical "Pirates of Penzance"
will be held at 5 p.m. June 11,
and 7 p.m. June 12 and 13, at
Players by the Sea, 106 6th St.
N., Jacksonville Beach.
Roles are available for 20
men ages 16-50, one woman in
late 40's and 10-20 women
ages 16-35. Auditioners must
prepare any musical theater or
operetta that showcases voice
and personality. See the web
site at
S/ pirates/html/index.html lfo
script information. Randall
Atkinson will direct. Call 249-
2022 for information.

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unique Build your home for a life time. Lots range in price from $49,900 to $79,900.
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Management area $3500 per acre. Call
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LOT-,.50'X100' Vilano Bch, $199.000.
Grace Ellis, All Pro Realty Specialisis
655-7923 (cell)

Audrey Dostie
Platinum Realty, www.plat-
inumrealtyofjax .com

King & Bear' Walerrury an upscale gal-
ed goil course community Two very large,
cul-de-sac. oversized building lots Urnusu-
al and rare three. ided privacy. 5270K 8&
290K |9041565.9919.
BEAUTIFUL N.B. LOT. 1 2 Acre Many
large Oaks *34C0K 591-5059
1 2 acre loi wilh'4 ,2 5 2900s1 house exclu-
sive neigroorrioodd mosI luscious land.
scape &. pr~ate lol in all beach area. Re-
model to your fancy or tear down & cus-
tom build Exclusiely listed by
Audrey Dostie Realtor,,
Platinum Realty www platinumrealryol

2 HUGE LOTS 1.5 blocks to the Qcean
in Old Atlantic Beach-Buy 1 or Both
Lot 1 1210 Selva Marina Circle: 92.5' wide (front) x75.25'
Wide (Rear) x 123' Deep On an AWESOME cul-de-sac.
Lot 2,- -361 12th St.: 75' Wide (Front) x i ---
60' Wide (Rear) x 175' Deep (East Side)
x 167' Deep (West Side). $729,000
Call MargiPetitt
Top Producer 571-9821

Old Atlantic Beach,
To Settle Estate
363 4th Street. Lot 22 & Lot 24 MLS 295944, 295945
Asking 600K each but will entertain all written offers.

Call Anita Vining
(904 739-0717 (904) 923-1511
Pru dential. Independently
Network Realty or fa r Owned & Oprated

Neptune Beach WI
(East of 3rd St)

2 Lots/duplex .

Duplex on 2 LOTS Sold "As Is" 50x160 Lot &
58x106 Lot. Awesome Opportunity to Invest or Build
2 Homes. Priced to Sell $739,000
Call Margi Petitt
Top Producer 571-9821

Old Atlantic Beach g

50x150 LOT

2 blocks to the Ocean J
Build your dream home 2 blocks to the ocean & a
short walk to the Town Center. Offered at $539,000

Call Margi Petitt
Top Producer 571-9821

ATLANTIC BEACH. 328 101h Sireel.
85'x130. Close to Ocean $699.000.
Steve McGuire. 246-9915.


VILLAGES OF Pablo. FSBO, 2437 Bluff-
ton Dr W Beauliul 312 Ig family rm w/
vaulted cetiing, brick Irpic. scr por. over-
looks Ig lenced yard Move-in ready. Ask-
ing $239,000 Agents welcome. Call Ceci-
Sia 1904)755-4327.
GREAT POTENTIAL 984sf., block const.,
Large corner loi 5 block off ocean.
$306,000., 228-0553
3BR.'2BA. 2000sf.. hardwood Iloors, over-
sized lot. 328 10ih St. $699.000. Steve
4BR. 2BA, 2 car gar, corner lot circular
dlive-ay. Lg open tront yard, small private
fenced backyaid Beautiful ree shade
homes close to scnools. shopping, beach
Needs TLC. Prime condition- $450,000
As is. $350,000. 568-1936.

MOVE IN READY, updated ano reiinisned
3BR/2 5BA home in beauiful Independ-
ence Cove. Being.,close- to ihe JTB
beachres and shopping are added advan.
ages to this great home Just Reduced.
new root, 2BRP2BA, attached garage, cor-
ner lot, community pool, lennis, $250,000.
OPEN HOUSE. Saturday/ Sunday IJune
3 & 4; 11-4. Beauiitul lakeview home in
Jax Goll & CC 3733 Biggin Church Rd W
4BR/3 5BA 3200st. summer kitchen & hot
tub FSBO 254-7527. -
FSBO- ICW Executive 3BR/2BA, greal
marshvrew/lakeview $349,000 or rental-
$1650,'mo. 14046 Pine Island Dr. Near
Mayo Clinic. schools & Beaches.: Call
PONTE VEDRA. 3BR/2BA, beautiful, re-
modeled lownnome on Jake. End unit:
$185,900. (904)424-0660.
OPEN HOUSE Saturday, ilam.3pm,.
great neighborhood. 20 Tallwood Rd., JB
3-4BR/3BA. 2476si.. LR, DR. family room,
hardwood' Ide thru.oui. Large backyard
w/pal.o. remodeled, must see, $460.000
JAX BEACH Golfcourse. 69 Fairway.
Lane. 3BR/2BA. Many updates.
$425,000. Will co-op. 424-7204.
3BRi2 5BA. Waterview Tennis, pool.
Gated. $417,000. .Motivated seller.
FSBO,. 2BR bungalow in Arlington/ river
@ end of street. CB construction, newer
CH&A, new wood laminate flooring, needs
minor TLC. Great 1st home investors wel-
come $100K firm 821-9065
ICW AWESOME 4BR'2BA/2-car. Approx-
imately 112 acre lol. $359,900.
Hallmark Realty Group. 720-0045. '
PABLO BAY- Open House, Sat Sun, 1-5,
13714 Weeping Willow Way. 4/2/2,
$449K. Candlerhomes.com 327-0558.
gated community, dock, 2 lifts, 3 car ga-
rage, workshop, screened, pool;
$1,200,000, FSBO (904)992-8967.

PACKAGE DEALI 1 .house on Tidal,
Creek. Marshview, dock, ICW area. Plus
1 direct oceanfront condominium.
$750,000. 334-8408.

Dolphin Cove, PVB, 3BR/2BA, huge cor-
ner lot, all brick, cul-de-sac, updated tile In
main living area. Ready lo got $304,900.
3BR/3BAw/large bonus room, popular
.loorplan wIformal living. dining room, cov-
ered lanai, inground swim spa. Offered at
4BR/2BA brick home in popular River
Brook. Huge Master suite, large corner lot,
formal living and dinikng. Offered at
Beautiful "under construction" home in
gated community. 4 bedrooms plus bonus
room. large lor 3-car garage and much
more. Offered ai $795.000.
3BR/2BA home in San Pablo Creek. Spa-
Scious floor plan. fenced bacKyard and
backing on to pond Oflered at $258 900
3BR/2BA beaulIlully remodeled home rn
popular Villages of Pablo. New tool. new
tile and carpel, new stainless appliances
in kilcnen. repainted inside and out
Fenced. private bacKyard Offered al
3BR'3BA newly constructed Mercedes
buill home. Huge bonus room tool] Land-
scaped yard and a great floor plaft. Of-
fered at $376.000. ..
Upgraded home in San Paolo Circle,
3BR12BA home wispacious master suite.
Fenced back yard large den, immaculate-
ly maintained Offered al $328.900.
Help-U-Sell Coastal Realty
Call: 904-241-4447
Ig scr. lanai, totally renovated iicl. custom
cabinets, new appliances, tile floors. Gat-
ed community w/, pool: $319;900.
pool. well w/pump, ig 6' lenced lot. Selling
"as is'. 1619 Sunsel Drive. $295,000
,car. Very large, fenced; cul-de-sac lot on
preserve. Extra detached garage/work-
shop. Many upgrades, excellent condihon
Sunday, 6/4,12pm-2pm
12929 Deep River $313,900
4BR/2BA on 21 acres
From JTB, N. on Hodges, left at Glen Ker-
nan Pkwy, right at Riverbrook, left on
Deep River.. .
Phyllis Staines, 476-SOLD *
RE/MAX Coastal Real Estate
Gorgeous Atlantic Beach home,
3BR/2.5BA, 2 car gar., 2 story, built 2002,
42" wall mounted plasma w/Bose Sur-
round stays, decorator upgrades, garden
tub, scr. porch, privacy fence. All apple. &
washer/ dryer incl. $259K. 604 Stocks St.

FSBO, NEPTUNE Beach, 3BR/2BA, in-
grouhd pool. $379,000. (904)246-1860 for
deal! Built in 2000. This 2500sf.,
4BR/2.5BA home is like newly 1136 24th St
N. Call 904-704-7966. $439,500.
ATLANTIC BEACH. 3 Blocks to Beach,
2BR/1BA on 60'x150' lot, 255 Sherry Dr.
$479,000. 349-2504.




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Selva Linkside
1935sf. Only $494,500. (904)472-4039.
5BR/3.5BA, THE Woods, gated.
$466,000. Call 220-7666.
5BR/4BA Luxury home, $35,000+ gour-
met kitchen, wine celler, suana, spa bath-
rooms. Oversized fenced yard, separate
mother-in-law. Quiet cul-de-sac.
www.treehouse1918.com OPEN HOUSE
SATURDAY 1-4PM. 1918 Hickory Lane.
* Reduced to $1,150,000. 708-1403,
Remodeled beach house ready to move
In. 1230 6th Ave. N. Jax Bch.
4 person brand new hot
tub is seller's gift to you
for a contract before
July 31,2006.
Perfect fit for covered patio off master
suitell Large corner lot, new paint in & out,
upgraded tile through front of house, new
carpet through back of house roof, 2 car
stacked garage & patio. 3 years new, wa-
ter heater & A/C, 1 year new.
Audrey Dostie Realtor,
Plantinum Realty, www.platinumrealtyof-
FSBO. -ATLANTIC Beach, 747 Jasmine
St., $270,000. Call (904)757-2006. .
SPACIOUS 4/2 brick front on .21 acres
with room enough for a pool. Fenced yard
with separate shed, open patio is great for
entertaining, formal living and dining with
hardwood floors, eat-in kitchen, inside
laundry, sprinkler, water softener and ter-
mite bond. Reduced to $313,900. Please
contact. Phyllis Staines with RE/MAX
Coastal Real Estate at 904-476-SOLD or
visit www.pstaines.ccm '
PVB- 3BR/2BA, newer tile, consider lease
purchase, $174,900. Owner/Agent.
ADORABLE 4/2, one owner home has
one of the prettiest lots in the area. Mani-
cured yard has lush landscaping'and room
enough for a pool. Fenced yard.with extra
decking, screened porch,, formal dining
room, eat-in kitchen with breakfast bar,
security, ceiling fans,. and termite bond.
Reduced to $244,900. Please contact
Phyllis Staines with RE/MAX Coastal Real
Estate at 904-476-SOLD or visit-
IMMACULATE 3/2 w/formal living room
thai can be ollice or Iounr, bedroom Stuc-'
co ioni and hardiboard siOng. beautiful
landscaping and manicured lawn, fenced
yard w/room for a pool, formal dining
room, eat-in kitchen w.extra cabinets,,
security and irrigation Inside laundry
room, tons of shelving and soirage and
community, pool. ,Reduced io 2825,000.
Please contact Phyllis Staines with
RE/MAX Coasial Real Esiate'at 904-476-
SOLD or visit www.pstaines.com
-OR SALE- 2123 Rosewood riep Bch
2/1.5, bright &, Sunny lownhou.e Tile S
berber carpet, Ig scr porcri, w.ork-ir,ed,
landscaped $20,5.000 372-0589
End unit w lenced yard 3BR 2 5BA.
.16607 Beach Ave 2150sI each access
across sireel Kicher, Isle w',ceramic Iale
Wood burrng lireplace, screened cporci
w/deck Single garage $712.0,0 Dy
Owner 477-0102.
1600s1. gar, crnd prcn. Incd ',' by pond
SConan cnirs Si snk vc.:vod cabneia. .Crwr
mold vaull ceilings Ipl lNe* pain in &
oul AC. *aier .on le & carpel Will ..:..
10am-4pm, & SUNDAY 12pm-4pm. Call
lor appi 273-2912 or 210-000C4
-IBR 2BA bonus room ALL NEW Kii
Dai3 s,. doors. ile floors, berber carpel,
6indows.. paini.. &. larasaape. Separaile
driveway for boat. Deck overlooks boat
ramp & mars-r, 223 900 i90J246-6337
' Snrion walk o10 Beacn and Town Cenier
Ligni & Bugmn 3BR.2.5BA ltownome. 2-
car garage. tullyv equipped Rkacren.
screened-in paio. privale lenc0sd \yard.
lied FP w mantle S495,001, Owner'Agerni
countertops. 1250s1 Firerlace. 1-car .ga-
rage. community pool Walk :o Ocean
$269 000 463-0505.
FSBO 415 161n Ave. Soulh. Very well
Kepi 3BR.2BA 1540i. screened porcn
upstairs decK Mu.Il SeeL' $409 90 Call
246 8809 Ior appoirlimenli
Appliances, upgrades. 2000C,Cl 2-ltory
$489.000 53-.4417
4BR,3BA. orlice Nw kilcher w.granile,
stainless steel. Screened, heated pool.
Totally updated: 543-9142.
NEPTUNE BEACH Townhou.es 2 units,
1200sf. each, 2BR 2BA iorin. Replace,
patio decks, 2 blocks ocean, walk to town-
center. $644,000. 246-8267.
SOUTHSIDE OFF Belfort. Brick home,
3BR 2BA, 1895sf. $292,500. Bring all of-
fers. Independent Brokers 710-3111.

has 3BR's 2BA's. Built in 1998. $590,000.
HIDDEN COVE- Lovely 4/2 w/ Ig scr. pa-
tio, backs up to preserve, new tile & car-
pet, exc. cond. $239,900.
do, lots of amenities. Currently leased
until Sept. 30th. $195,000. '
Townhome v/ garage. Great deal for the
money $177,900.
ARLINGTON HILLS- Cute 3/2 w/ garage..
Great starter home in nice area. $149,900.
ASHLEY WOODS- Like new 4/2, over
2000sf, 3y.rs old, $279,900..
241-5501 OR 221-1711

Saturday 10am-3pm, 1230 6in Ave N. 4
person hot tub seller's gift to you for
contract by July 31,2006 3/2 remodeled
beach house, walk to beach. East on
Beach Blvd. from bridge take left on Pen-
man Rd. to right on 6th Ave. N. ,
Audrey Dostie Realtor
Platinum l Realty,

3BR/1.5BA, 1400sf, 1-car garage, large
corner lot. 4 Blocks to Ocean. 505 Bowles
St. $399,900. 333-1076, 246-7710.
Call Audrey Dostie
Platinum Realty, www.plat-
inumrealtyofjax .com
FSBO. DESIRABLE Neptune Beach.
4BR/2BA, split plan. Drive by 1525 Forest
Ave. $469,000. 246-2336, 463-7245.

THE .PALMS, 2BR 2BA, ground fir,
$195,000. 379-1713, 859-0989.
FSBO, Save $14K! New Lakeview, Wi-Fi,
resort pool- spa, AlA location, must seel
$225K, NO condo fees- FREE closing!
727-458-4230, Open Sat.- Sun.
2BR/1.5 BA, 1100sf., downstairs tile.
Screened- glass sunroom. on like/ foun-'
tain view. Pool, Assoc. fee $213/mo in-
cludes haz ins., trash, water, & expanded
cable. Gated entrance. i $147,000.
(904)708-4480. ,
S. JAX Beach, Stunning 3-story condo.
Spacious 2BR/2.5BA $699,000.
(904)923-0985.. '

Drastic reduction on this 4-bedroom home PV BCH 2BR/2BA, $195,C00. Grace Ellis,
In Dolphin Cove loaded, with updates and All Pro Realty Specialists. 655-7923 cell)i
upgrades: Pergo-style floors, new bath-
room fixtures, new appliances, new roof- PACKAGE DEALI 1 nouse on Tidal
and it's on a great ot backing to a bird-fil- Creek Marshview. dock, ICW area Plus
led pondl NOW $325,000. Don't miss this 1 direct oceanront condominium
opportunityll Berry & Co. Real Estate, $750 000 334-8408

1,2 acre 101t wim -/2.5 2900sf house ex-
.:lusive neighborhood/ mosi luscious land-
scape & private 1o0 in all each area. Re-
model to your fancv or tear down & cus-
'tom build Exclusively lisied by
Audrey Dostie Realtor,
Platinum Realty www.platinumrealtybf

3BR.2 5BA, 2-car garage, fenced corner
loi bull in 2002. 1600si 602 Stocks St
$244 900 534-4848.

3BR FORECLOSURE, only $27.9001 Must
sell For ishlings 800-749-8124 exi. 1490)
NEAR MAYO Clinic. oh San Pablo
3BR.2BA, 2-car Homes. Remodeled
$270.1300 10 $500,000 Independent Brok-
ers. 710.3111
AFFORDABLE JAX Beach. second floor.
marshvew condo is periecl tr anyone
who wanls ic. live at Ine beach buI not pay
beach prices Move-in ready wlrelnrgera-
lor. microwave, wasner. dryer and ceiling
plans Freshly pinied inietrior. securry ;ys-
lem screened lanai, and fireplace are jusi
.:.me 01 'ihe upgrades' $157,900 Pnyilis
Slaines 904-476.SOLD. RE/MAX Coaslal
Real Esiale www pslaines com
FSBO, ATLANTIC Beach 844 Majestic
Cypress. 3BR.2.5BA, 2car $215,000.
GREAT BEACH Burl $242.500. very
clear, .4BR 2BA fabulous sunroom over
looking lake Many exaas 859-7900
rNew nuruSllUGlQof localed .ai.t aS.
9th St. In Jax Bch. 3BR/ 2.5BA, 1700st;
l;ied first fioir owners uile w/ luxury bath,
separate snower, privale deck Custom
kiicren. Oesigrer ti'oures throughout. Dual
AC. -.pripnnkler system. fenced yard, 2 car
garage. Move In before summer! Oriered
al $325 000. Call lor snowing 249-6150
Will co-op wiih realtors..

FSBO. JAX Beach. Ocean Cay 664-
Bonaire Circle Approximately 2200s,
:3BR2.5BA. Hardwood Granile, custom
built-ins. $559.000. w.'$5000 liar lee to Re.
alilri,. 463.1197, 664-7432

PABLO BAY- Open House. Sal' Sun. 1-5,
13760 Weep na Willow Way 4.4.2
7629K Candlerhome cmrn 327'0558

FSBO. Mil.lary needs to sell, 3BR 2BA
only 5 blocks io ocean on large treed lol
$350,000 349-2999 or 242-2421
Tris is il Fully remodeled. 1500st
3BR'2BA w 2car gar New 001o. lawn.
windows, paini. elc. 1137 12th St N 904-
0"C4-7966 $279.500.

ATLANTIC BEACH, 3BR/2BA, 1 car ga-
rage. 5182,500. (904)403-3415.

2BR'2BA. soaring ion ceilings S garden
lub in master baln. 6149k 19041993-1448
FSBO, Neplurne Beach Townhome.
3BR 2 5BA +garage cul.de-sac, all apphli
ances, new AC. plumbing. carpel comm
pool Oal storage. bke or walk 1o beach'
Town Cenler, 1267K Call 655.2718
OPEN HOUSE. Friday. Salurdav. Sunday
9am 5pmr 12 Jarden d tMei Place. J B
rJewer 2BR.2BA. nianr upgrades KTicnrin
appliances wasrier'dryeVr, errace, lire.
place, garage security system FSBO
$229.000. 246.8775

bat. 25 ba. 3654 SF, Heated
Pl. t.o 5 Spk Soun Sound Sy tem
& MUCH MORE. Asking

Costa Verano Condo by \.C,1
Completed 2006. 3 bdrm. 3.5
bath. 2 Covered Parking. Ask-

modeled, Back lo Sela Manna
Golf. Asking $194.900.00

Northside/Pulaski Rd. Area
CapedV1 $280K & UP_
Haen Lakes 190K to 230K

I.lpckwater Cr6eek "290'.K .
Black ood Forest $300K

h rails atRBentre'ek
Northsid tl'MGront .
Please Call DAVID KUO at
904-955-0776 for

tiled throughout, new appliances, AC, gat-
ed, ground floor. Golf course view,
$137,900. (904)608-1730.
JAX BEACH 2BR/2BA condo, rebuilt in
2002. Walk or bike to Seawalk Pavilion.
Balcony, reserved parking, second floor,
storage unit. East of 3rd. $299,000, 210
11th Ave. N. (904)226-2038.
In Sold Out Costa Verano.
Top Floor Penthouse $1.75m
Ready September 2006
Renee L Baron Inc., 242-2821.
PVB. 2BR/2BA w/oversized 1-car garage.
Screened balcony overlooks wooded pre-
serve. Split bedrooms,'breakfast bar, new
carpet. $224,000. Call Top Sell, First
Coast Real Estate. 885-1298.
laminate flooring, new kitchen. Updated.
$239,500. 521-5555.
2BR 1.5BA townhome. Across from pool,
near river. Newly remodeled, WDHU,
CH&A, alarm system. Close to downtown.
$135,000 firm. 571-1112.
THE PALMS at Marsh Landing, 1BR/1BR
3rd floor, marsh view, tile floor, vaulted
ceiling, $146,900, 472-6254:
.OCEAN LINKS. 2BR/2BA, 1-car garage.
Golf course & lake views. Updated, new
paint, now available. $235,000. 535-7234.

HANNA PARK. Like hew, 3BR/2BA single,
1,215sf, w/carport, deck, all GE kitchen,
CH&A, washer/dryer, .new carpet,. Many
upgrades. Financing available. Rebecca,,
2000 DOUBLEWIDE, 3/2 w/fireplace.
Must be moved. $30,000 OBOQ 229-7666.

Cattar Realty, Inc.
= Home I., Where
The V Heart Is

Jax Beach (Investors!)
4 blocks lo Ihe ocean! Completely
renovated duplex! Each side 2
bedroom 1 balh. ABSOLUTELY
EVERY delail A++. All new siding,
drywall, plumbing, kitchens,
bathrooms $599,900 It's nice! MLS
Neptune Beach
2 blocks to 'the WATER!!
SIreet. 5 Bedroom. 4 lull Oath home.
$890,000. Lovely beyond belief!
HUGE addition in 2004. MLS
Intracoastal West
Villages of Pablo DARLING 3
bedroom 2 lull bath home. Unique
floor plan. Family Room with
Fireplace, Formal dining room,
HUGE kitchen oak cupboards for
MOM! Hot tub lor the teens!'
Jenet Cattar
270-0015 .

,= -"^ v^Sun 1-3
E eri, upgraiddc imagmairhil. k hinihi 3.911F l .:.rF
5.':BR;' '5BA,'"CG re .dencc Fclures include .nr opper,
., .:' ". t floor plan i leal for bh.l
enkrltnming & pri, ac. hand called r.ughtl Iron b.irriser.
ispic u.' gourmel lulchrien & ouidors j jrlar-.i .4 raps aruld
the rear o ithi home M erkwkir.i: the p[rer e $94i9.i0
Suzanne Stephens 904-333-8843
Dir: 210 to Planiation Oaks, BaYcove Dr: to Stop
sign, Lett to 392 Clearwater Drive.

Dir: A lA to East on So/ano to lefton San Juan and/eft onto Pabo Rd,
fo//ow Pablo Rd to 28 on the left.

Old'Ponte Vedra
H-U Perfection and Charm is what you get with'
Cedar shake exterior, paver drive, 4 bdrms/
3.5 ba, 3100sf. Open kitchen w/ss appl,
Call granite counters & hardwood firs throughout.
Margi Petitt Lanai off master suite & family rm, outdoor
To Producer gas frpl. Huge Lot -plenty of room for a pool.
571-9821 Offered at $1,550,000


M13 W

SUN 1-4
Live the "True Beach Lifestyle", heart of PVB
3BR/3BA/2CG hardwoods/tile, w/granite countertops
in kitchen opens to spacious family room, brigfit light
sunroom overlooks fenced backyard! $579,000
Wanda Petersen 537-4594
Dir: From JTB S on A1A LT on Solana Rd, RT
on Sunset LT on Rainona to #41

Open House 2-4 Sun, 3770
Poinciana Blvd. JAX Beach
Incredible 4BR/3.5BAplus office & loft,
built in 2004, tile/hardwoods, 10'
ceilings, brick paver driveway. On cul-
de-sac. $629,000 Dir: JTB to AIA N.l
1/2 NMI turn LT onto Jacksonville Dr.
cross S. Bch Pkwy. 2nd RT to house
@ end of RD.
Suzie Mons Connolly

SAT 11-2
"Sweet" beach sitle li\ing-bnght/light
spacious park-like comer lot-2BR, hardwoods, vaulted
ceilings, oak paneled study/den, bay window & more!
Great nightlife of AB! $699,000
Wanda Petersen 537-4594
Dir: E on Atlantic Blvd. LT on East Coast Dr to,#926 on LT
(past Bull Memorial Park)

0 Aa.'v: S.o ,,-.' Se"- ve.o ;d North on Seminole, straight thru Stop sign at 1Ith,
next ngt at Beacnsioe ano ngml atBeachside Court. House is at end of cul-de-sac.

%tCantic BSeach
The Perfect Beach House t 'TS i
with Pool & Spal
Located on cul-de-sac 2 doors from Ocean,
2700SF built in 1995. Move-in' Condition.
Features 4Bdrm/2.5BA, Large updated eat-
in kitchen, covered Lanai & 2 Car Garage Call Margi Petitt
all in tranquil setting. Offered at $995,000, Top Producer
this one truly will NOT last! 571-9821

l Sat 1-3
Azalea Point 104 Osprey Ridgeway
3BR/2BA/2CG spacious family RNI,
separate living & dining, new: tile. appl. air. lighting.
faucets. Generous screened lanai overlooking a beautiful B
backyard. $456.000
Wanda Petersen 537-4594
Dir: From JTB Sourth on .A ]. rurn RT ino
Faitiseld.I/A -alea Point iguaid/iouse.


Open House Sun 1-4
.. Custom Home in Plantation
Oaks Waterfront & Pool
Formal & Casua. Entertain. Read a book. S imn
;.. ..., .. :, or Relax all % within over 4000SF of fl-hi great floor
plan. 2 stor 5BRI'BA. 14' ceilings. gourmet
kitchen. 42"' maple cabine s. screened pool \'/
fountain overlooking the lake & private'
preiene. Ditr 210 o Plantation Oaks. Ba icote t
D,. to Stop siin. LT oni Cleariater & RT
oi BaYtree to #fS04 $999.500
Top Producer 2005 Lynni Saul
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Dir: At!antic Blvd to Seminole Rd 2 blocks down on the left
Atlantic Beach-Just a few blocks to the
Ocean & Centrally located to Town Center
This is a MUST SEE!!! Absolutely charming 2000 SF, 3Bdrm/2Ba.
Completely restored brand new 22x22 Family
Rm & 22x22 Master Suite. Low Maintenance ,
Hardiboard Exterior, Metal Roof, Private ".
Covered Porch Full Fenced in Yard w/Roomi *- L:JL.J
for Pool. Priced to sell at $498.000
Call Margi Petitt Top Producer

Renovated 3BR/2BA beach home in So Jax Beach
located just 1.5 blocks to the ocean on beach
access street and just a few blocks from loads of
shopping and JTB. 50x123 lot
in growing neighborhood.
$789,000 I.:] .
Please call :'
Sherri Beno 904- 651-1830 or
Lisa DiStefano 904-514-3167 .

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.^ or .n.est ... dorable
EP'attio Homne
q Step into "House Beautiful" w/this spacious
,... 3BR/2BA pato homew/2CGnearThe Hilltop
Club m Orange.Park.
Features incl. tile & laminate floors, stylish paint
colors, enclosed porch w/AC & deck perfect for
entertaining. $159,900
Call Cara Ameer 635-7058


Newly Renovated 2000SF 3 bdrm/2 ba, 2 car garage
& pool built in 1993. Beautiful Lot 120 x 125 w/ Fruit
trees & concrete block shed. Property located in the
middle of an upcoming residential
development. Offered at $350,000.

Call Margi Petitt Top Producer

This is a
Just 2 blocks from the ocean, or walk to Selva
Marina CC, play golf, tennis, or swim. This 3/2.
home just needs updating. Appr. for 487K in 05'
Priced to sell @ 457K!
MLS#303999 Dir: Atlantc' Blvd
N) (N) on Seminole to (L) 19th, (R)
on Sea Oats Dri

Casie Denman @ 294-6876

3BR/3.5BA two blocks from ocean, granite counters, stone
floors, stainless steel appliances, built in '05. $649,000'
1330 2nd St. South Dir: From Beach & 3rd, take RT heading south on
3rd St., take LTon 13 Ave S., take RT on 2nd St. Townhouse is on the right.

Call Jason Jarrett @
904-591-5917 mobile
904-247-7000 office
806-A 3rd St. Neptune Beach.,

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Water to Golf Views in

Queens Harbour
Beautiful 5BR/4BA/3CG 3,850SF w/
open spacious floor plan is loaded w/
upgrades, custom kitchen, solid wood
cabinets, built in bookcases in the
great RM & a lovely screened in pool
w/evening lanai. $999,000

Neptune Beach i hl -
East of 3rd St.-Single Family g
2-car garage
Concrete block home has so much charm!
2000SF Tri level' 2-3Bdr/3.5Ba, Sun
Room & Basement w/ fenced in private Call.
lot. Original Hardwood firs throughout-in Margi Petitt
great shape. Terrazzo firs in Kitchen. Top Producer
Updated AC, Water Heater &. New
Windows. come see this one! $639,000. 571-9821

'BEST BUY ON THE OCEAN! Sunrises and Sunsets are yours from
this pristine Oceania oceanfront condo Spacious 2 bed 2 bath condo
with huge balcony, sparkling oceanfront pool and gym with sauna. Lots of storage
and upgrades thruout! Seller leaving the country, must sell now! Only $725,000
JUST LISTED IN SEAWALK OF PONTE VEDRA! Sparkling lake views thruout
Ihis spacious 3BD,2BA + office home with upgrades galore...Just steps to your.
pnvate gated each access, comm pool, 'cabana & the pristine Guana Preserve.
Live the Seawalk Life for only 525K.
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Awesome corner building site for that
dream beach getaway' This 140 x
95' lo has both the beach and the In-
tracoastal Waterway lust shown dis-
tance away The dead end street with
boal ramp at the end makes boating
easily accessible offering the best of
both worlds for outdoor enthusiasts.
Priced below appraisal' $585,000.
Charming "Old Atlanlic Beach" cot-
lage. Builr in 1949, 3 bedrooms. 2
bans, living room, dining room. and
kitchen with cozy breakfast room
overlooking private yard. Awesome
localion-lot extends from Ocean
Blvd. to Beach Ave. Just steps to the
ocean and steps to dining and
shopping at the corner location ol
Nepiune Beach and Atlantic Beach.
Trhis home is "one of a kind".
You II love entertaining family and
friends in this 1 story, 4 bedroom
beach home. Spacious family room
with lueplace opens lo.kitcnen and
separate break ast area-._Spilt bed-
rooms, screened pool, security. lo-
caled in highly sought after neighbor-
hood. $714,900.
MLSi 278270

Judy Nicnolson presents....

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As seen in Walers Edge Maga-
zine completely redone beach
hse w/great detail designed for
relaxed living on a smaller scale.
4/5+study+game room ~3000sf.,
Call. Len Knight, Michelle Floyd
-orJayne Hoffman $4,750,000
3/3 Penthouse condo in Ocean
Grande. Granite, SS appl, wood
firs, gas cook top, wine chiller,
212sf screened lanai, 1-car gar.
located near tunnel to Serenata
Beach Club. Includes mbrship.
$924,500 Kim Martin-Fisher
Immaculate home in exclusive
N. Island. Exceptional quality,
magnificent marsh views, Satur-
nia & wood firs, stunning great
rm, exquisite lanai w/pool, spa &
summer kitchen. Michelle Floyd
or Jayne Hoffman $2,299,000
Premier setting in Old Barn
Island.. Panorama of golf course
views over widest part of lake.
1-owner, meticulously main-
tained 5BR+loft/study, 4.5BA
nigh quality Collier' Classic
name. $1,495,000 Joyce Reesh
Walk to the beach & Club from
this meticulously maintained
4/3.5 brick home w/incredible
panoramic water-to-golf views,
..spacious rms, gorgeous pool &
spa + much more! $1,450,000
Sarah Whitlock & Susan Fort
,,Stunning & expansive views of
the 17t fairway are offered from
this majestic Spanish Mission
inspired home! Stylish & ele-
gantly comfortable w/unparal-
leled .quality & craftsmanship!
$1,949,000 Call Michelle Floyd
Conlemporary style'home on
outstanding, oversized lot with
250' on lagoon with golf course
views! Exceptional quality, Irg
open floor plan, generous living
rm & dining rm, Irg FR, gourmet
kitchen $1,999,000 Susan Fort

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This incredibly beautiful home is 1/2
block from ocean. Sunshine bright
open Iloor plan 4 BR plus office and
art studio. Gourmet kitchen includes
custom cabinets, granite countenops.
gas cook top and wine cooler.
1,675,000. MLSp 273214
Lovely move in ready 3rd Iloor
condo Quiet private location over-
looking natural area. Great room with
fireplace, all appliances included plus
2 deeded parking spaces $164 500
MLS# 266526
Corner lotl. concrete block construc-
tion, paneling throughout interior of 2nd
floor, downstairs efficiency apt., lawn
irrigation. yard well and pump, 2 car
garage, built in 1947. Short walK to
he beach, Ragtime, Al's pizza or your
favorite fun spot' Location is the key
Newly remodeled 2 story. 5 bedroom
home. Flexible open tloor plan. over
3000 ,SF, of. 1vnrarea Beautiful
Kitctear. lainlbS._lphlianceEa6..
and wood Iloors, fireplace in living
room, Possible in-law suite. 2 car ga-
rage $749,000. MLSm 283187



Completely remodeled. 1.33
pristine acres on the river with
dock, ., boathouse. Kol pond,
swimming pool, exquisite views,
plus a fabulous neighborhood.
An absolute must see!
$1,625,000'Call Patti Martin'
Expansive lake & golf course
views! Almost a peninsula with
water on the rear & golf course
on the left. Perfect for 'an
"estate" feel with a long, private
drive way to the homesite.
$459,000 Call Michelle. Floyd
A perfect blend of old word
style and modern technology for
the discriminating buyer!
4BR/4.5BA, private garage and
so much morel Shopping and
fine dining nearby. $1,900;000
Judy Smith or Gypsy Alexander
to build your dream home on
large lot close to everything!
Almost 1.5 acres w/a fabulous
building ppd plus a creek in rear
with access for a small boat to
ICW at high tide. Survey on file.
$450,000 Call Jayne Hoffman
Superbly, maintained, spacious
2BR/ZBA. Lrg 3BR floor plan
converted to 2BR. Includes
equity membership, Plantation
shutters, private courtyard entry,
gas frplc, screened lanai .& wet
bar. Olivia Seaman $535,000
Over 1 acre located in the
exclusive estate section of
beautiful Palencla. Experience
dramatic marsh vistas offered
from this amazing homesite. A
truly great opportunity Call
Michelle Floyd today! $879,000
Traditional beauty nestled
between ICW & beach. Zoned
for horses, but near city con-
veniences! Like new 5BR
home, 3-car garage, room for
pool. $1,399,000 Please call
Gypsy Alexander or Judy Smith

944344 -80- 278g -81716

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3BR/2BA On Eastwind Dr.,
close to schools. $339,900
1BR/1BA, golf,course views

247-4724 Summer House Condos
L Barbara Galvin 2 1BR/BA loft units, golf
Broker President views! $173,000

Hit the beach after waking up in your beautiful 3BR/
2.5BA Ocean Cay home. This 2,000 sf home has
a loft area, 2car garage, and lots of storage.

Please call
Sherri Beno 904- 651-1830 or
Lisa DiStefano 904-514-3167

Elegant & Peaceful Riverfront
Estate in San Marco
1.5+ acre estate w/200' on the St. Johns w/breathtaking
views of Downtown JAX. 7,500SF 5BR/4BA/3CG/6FP,
gallery, billiard & river terrace home offers incredible
craftsmanship especially unique &
private. $5,250,000 3 61

Top Producer 2005
Lynn Saul

Ocean Front
Atlantic Beach
This 2bdrm, 2.5 ba Ocean Front home
updated kitchen & hardwood firs is
absolutely charming. Oceanfront with
lawn & deck. All ,iving, space is
,downstairs; bedrooms up w/balcony
overlooking the ocean. Offered at
$995,000. Don't miss this one!

Margi Petitt
Top Producer,

S'Great Buy
at the Beach.
4BR/2BA, 1,500SF Lovely home on
.fr .* quiet street W/fenced back yard &
many upgrades. Vaulted ceilings,
W W1I ~new ceramic tile, newer carpet &
FP. Easy to sho\v. $269,000

Top Producer 2005
.. Lynn Saul,

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You got to see this South Beach Cottage! Beautiful
renovations recently completed, and waiting for
you. 50x140 lot in desired
neighborhood. $675,000

Please call
Sherri Beno 904- 651-1830 or \
Lisa DiStefano 904-514-3167 ____

Old Atlantic Beach
2 Houses from the Ocean
Two absolutely adorable beach cottages side by side
only steps to the ocean. Each of these homes are
Updated with 3 bdrms. And sits on a
50x100 lot. Each priced at $725,000. [ J
Buy one or both!

I Call Margi Petitt Top Producer

44 Marvin & Floyd

Realty Inc. i
Formerly Marvin Real Estate Management & Sales, Inc.
New name, same management with
the same great service
FOR SALE Call Joe Floyd 219-7638
Desirable beach property. 3/2, 1500sq', 2nd floor condo.
Zoned residential/commercial. Fireplace. Condo has all the
1626sq' in 3 buildingsL upgrades!! Move in condition.
business plus 2 efficiency Located in a quiet area under a
apartments. Near ocean. canopy of trees. $259,000
1647 Sunnyside Ave. New luxury Oceanfront Condo:
Jacksonville, FL 32224. 2136sq', 2/2.5 plus den. 436 sq'
Perfect opportunity to purchase deck with views of the ocean &
property near the Intracoastal Intracoastal. $881,100'
and within walking distance of
million $ condos. 3 lots with 2/2
750sq' house (sold as is).
3/2 Condo. 1290sq', 1 car garage. 4/2 concrete block home 1864
Near Mayport Naval Station. Fenced sq'. Lot 85' x 110'. Will not last
in private courtyard. $125,000 long at this price. $199,900
FOR RENT Call Joe Floyd 219-7638
3/2 home. Great condition, freshly 3/2 1500 sq' condo. 2nd floor,
painted. Sprinkler system with well. fireplace. Near Intracoastal in quiet
Lawn service included'. Fenced area. Move in condition. $1,350 mth
backyard. Pets Ok $1,200 mth ATLANTICBEACH
3/2 1542 sq' home. Near Mayporl
Naval Station. Pets OK $1,175 mth
e-mail: sonia-marvin @marvin-group.com
e-mail: joe-floyd @marvin-group.com
Tel: 249-8599 Fax: 249-8598

East oVA1A in Ponte Vedra!
This 5 BR/13BAbrick beauty has approx.
4400 sf! 32'x15' pool, 90'x140lot,
24'x22.5' garage w/ 10'x8' workshop,
gourmet kitchen w/48" gas range, Subzero
refrigerator, 1000 sf master suite w/.6' whirlpool tub, many upgrades/
amentities! Energy efficient! Easy bike ride or walk to beach! wner/Agent
$1,375,000 .-11. soab in P V east @ Solana Rd _1
left @ Golfieiu.' Cir let 'i l'fe/jeson .-ve Owner 4
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Beautifully renovated 3BR/2BA in Selva Linkside
has it all. Hardwood floors in main living areas,
ceramic tile and granite counters in kitchen, neutral
paint, 2-car garage and a lovely
I peaceful backyard. $399,900

Call Tom Gibbon

EAST of AlA in PVB
2,200SF 3BR/3BA2CG open & bright home w/updated kitchen &
baths; Extra storage, hardwood/tile floors, vaulted/10'
ceilings, spacious rooms, comer lot w/generous lanai.
,, Popular neighborhood w/sidewalks &
ameniues. LOW HOA FEES! $459,000
,- Wanda Petersen 537-4594
Kelly Whitaker-Payne 233-1991

2sOO sq ft in
selva Hlarinna!
3/2.5 open tiled-floor plan w/firepl. & wetbar. Lrg
kitchen w/brkfstnook. Master bedroom is the entire
2nd/flr w/fireplc, wetbar & 2 walk-ins. Great
/ ^~ location!! From Atlantic Blvd. to
'Seminole Rd, (L) on 18th, 471
Saturiba Dr. $697K. MLS#262885
Casie Denman

Completely Renovated ...|
Contemporary-Awesome lliu
Intracoastal Views
1657SF Neptune Beach Home sits
on the marsh w/an 85' dock on a
small creek leading to the
Intracoastal. Navigable for a small skiff or Jet Ski at
high tide. The views are absolutely breathtaking! Just
remodeled inside & out. 3bdrm/3ba, 2-Car Garage &
Awesome Deck-Offered at $549,000
Call Margi Petitt Top Producer 571-9821

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_NMLS#34479Charming spacious home in MIS#276589Country in the city!Only minutes
Alantc Bach. Huge comer lo,oo to everything 5.45 acres palatial, one ofa kind
ope ichen-,reened p rch. r- car g-arage. landmark home, exquisite taste & detailing, 6053
open ki heS ned prh.ocar garage. SF, 4BR74 full & 2 half BAs, pool w/guest house,
$4 17,0lM1 241-[ 17 3-car garage in gated golf course community.
LANDM ItKOCEQ RONY CONDO! $2,500,000285-1800
MLS# 262660 Incredible vistas, SAWGRASSTPCONDO
breathtaking ocean views. Spacious 2671 sf, MLS# 302736 Great setting & excellentcondition,
4/3.5. 3rd ff. S end unit. Lots designer beautifullydecorated&fumished2BR/2BAcondo
upgrades & exquisite details. 2 park SD. w/wet bar & F, located across from the pool & in
Private storage, commpl.Quality, style & Players Club Vlas. $35,000 285-1800
lux.n' I $1,350.00 241-2417 S4WORLSScc
MILS# 30Z705 Nhbnficent 2.-..,r:, bnck Glen
IORGEOUS OCEAN VIEWSI Rern...ds, custom 5BR/i5.BA home built for
MLS# 281588 3/2. no updjies necessary tnieruningr&. inhvg,.xnod,& marble lfr,gourmet
Perfect decor Enjoy outdoors ,romdeck.All katchen,.'iop-orif'te-lr.eappLie-%, e erbar-w/wine
appls stay. Bldg elevator. 2nd fir end unit. grotto, library w/built-ins, scmdpool, golf & water
,499f0(i( 241-2417 views $1,750,000285-1800
3/3 0 ComplO l Ceode .A MLS# 290666 12th floor 2BR/2BA w/eastern
MLS# 303970 Completely remodeled.Al exposure,designed to maximize views of St Johns
stainless steel appliances, travertinefloors & River &cityeskylinefromeachunit,gated&secured,
showers, wet bar, granite counitertops. pool, spa, tennis, fitness center, billiard & social
Exquisite! $569,000 241-2417 rooms, sauna & $13K in upgrades, owner/agent
S END UIr OCEANFR $495,000 285-1800
NMLS# 285120 Luxury SE exposure 3/3 M1~#'140nS' eaWM E t
condo-Oceania. Expansive ocean views. MLS#291847OnSpring-fedlakew/viewsof13th
Immac, like new, repainted, upgraded & beyond, Collier 4BR/4BA + bonus, over 3500
Imac, like new, repeated upgraded & SF, flexible floor plan, master suite &2BRs on 1st,
neutral. Spac balcony, 2 gar sp & storage, plentyofair-conditionedstorage, screened&heated
pool/hot tub, exc rm. $935,000 241-2417 pool/spa, & private backyard. $999,000 285-1800
MIS# 297779 Cute 2/1 cottage on lot to MIS# 258460Stunning L5 acrehigh-dune lot w/
be developed. Have plans for two, 3000 SF panoramicoceanviews,230FToceanfrontage,350
townhouses. $399,000 241-2417 FrTdeep&justNof Old PVB Condos. $4,800,000
Also available, two half acre lots west side of PV
INVES1MEN DUPIXEX Blvd., high &.dry w/100 FT preserve frontage.
MIS# 287180 Two story 4/2 duplex in $650,000 each 285-1800 ,
beautiful Neptune Beach. Great opportunity PO IE VEDR4 COfDO
investors! $474,900 241-2417 MLS# 303792 Close to the beach! Newly
INCOME OPPO flYt *renovated lBR/IBAw/FP&screenedlanai,ingated
community v/great amenities including: pool, spa,
MLS# 260286 Two 4-plexes, 4 blks to clubhouse,mediaroom fitnesscenter,beachshuttle,
beach. 2BR/1BA each. All rented, great tennis & more! $179,000 285-1800
investment Each bldg $679,900 or both for R4RE O JMX OOLF& CC
$1,359,800 241-2417 MIMS#3004185BR/3BA,study/BR4,bonus/BR5,
6 NEW TOWNHOMESI new gourmet kitchen w/42 inch cabinets, SS
MIS# 278094 2/2.5 solid concrete bk. appliances,24inchltalianstonefloors, 10'ceilings,
Beauful wd floors, open floor plan, 42 ineutralcolors,FLrm,koipond,2watefalls, arched
B ..... bridge slopes to lake & natural area. $641,000
cabinets and 2 balconies. Only 5 blocks to 285-1800
Atlantic Ocean. $394,900 241-2417 O aPO VED
DEVELOPER'S DRMAMN MIS# 301937 Close to schools, shopping & the
MIS# 283034 Over 1/2 acre total, prime beach, 2BR/2BA w/scmd balcony, LR w/FP,
multi-parcel bldg site zoned Res Multi-Fam appliances & some furniture stay, storage, gated
(JRM-1) in N Jax Bch. Near shops, communitypool,fitnesscenter,tennis,mediaroom,
restaurants, pier. Realtor/owner-1 parcel. club house & more. $216,900 285-1800
Make an offer between $2,495,000- OCE4N" T-P IE VERABLVD
$2 o894,876e $ 9-2 7 MIS#265659 Timeless 4BR/4BA home on 158'
$2,894,876. 241-2417 oceanfront lot to be restored to its former charm. It
A ANC BCH WNMS features a sunroom, guest apt w/BR, sitting rm &
MIS#2932012townhomes, 4/4,3296sqft BA, new concrete tile roof, fabulous ocean views
each. New construction, elev, 2car gar. &6/10ofamileto5-starPVInn&Club.$6,500,000
2 blocks to ocean! $979,500 241-2417 .285-1800
MLS# 290785 2/2 condo east of 3rd MS#271640 Close to the beach, shopping,
MLS#l 290785 2/2 condo east of 3rd, schools&ICW,rarenatureloversdelight! 1.5acres,
stainless app, stone counters, tile floors, a great place to build your mini-ranch & horses
balcony. Primary or rental! $305,000 welcome! $470,000 285-1800
EXCLUSIVE BEACH I VJINO MLS#285401 Aperfectplacetobuildyourdream
MLS# 291803 4/2, 2086 sqft, blt '91, home! Located on a dead-end street away from
2 car gar, fully remodeled! Marble cntrtops, traffic & in a neighborhood setting, this beautiful
SS appli, hdwd flirs & more $469o900 lot is approximately 75 FT of bulk-headed
SS appli hdwd firs & more! $469,900 waterfront. What an opportunity! $849,500
241-2417 285.-1800
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"II Affordable Beach
Move in condition. This 3BR/1.5BA
home has been renovated w/tile and
granite and new kitchen, new windows, new AC. Just
blocks to the beach. Fenced back yard; Over 1300 sq ft.
Must see to appreciate. $299,900 MLS 284350
Call Connie Grubbs

1 Block to Ocean!
Atl. Bch. Charmer! Beautifully renovated 3Br/4Ba,
2700 sq ft, office or 4th Br, hardwood firs, sisal carpet.
Large FL Rm overlooks tropically landscaped
piece of paradise. Offered at -[ "
$ 249.000
Call Sabrina Pardue

Exceptional Custom Home in
Seaside Gated Community
4bdrm/3.5ba home could not be built today at this price with
this quality of finish levels. Every imaginable upgrade, 3900
SF in this exclusive 26 home gated
1 ] community at Tiffany by The Sea with
l -E"] l its own beach access. Offered at
Call Margi Petitt
Top Producer 571-9821

Over 2.600Sf 4BR/3BA/3CG home w/stylish updated
B interior. generous Florida RM, spacious dining, open
kitchen to family RM. numerous custom details.
courtyard entry garage, w/lots of curb appeal. Prestigious
NE FL Builders. $569.000
Wanda Petersen 537-4594

Live Large in
Highland Glen!!! .
This wonderful pool home has almost
4000 sf, theater room, outdoor kitchen and shower.
Upgrades galore. 4BR/3.5BA, 80 ft lot with lake view. Great
for entertaining. $899,999 MLS#282852 '
Call Connie Grubbs, "'

Margi Petitt
Top Producer

Beautiful Cottages at
Atlantic Beach
Exclusive Private Community
Maintenance Free 3 story w/elevator, 2
Car Garage features 4 Bdrms/Sitting Rm/
4Ba. Covered Balconies & 3rd Fir Deck.
Concrete Exterior Construction-Open
Design-Finished 9-10' Ceilings-Bosch
Stainless Steel Appl. -Granite, Custom
Wood Cabinetry. Common, Pool &
Walkway to Beach Ave. $875,000

A Hallmark of Quality 4BR/2BA/
.-. 2CG lots of CUSTOM
details! Trahquil fenced backyard w/spacious .
screened lanai/decks/spa on beautiful lot. B
Located in the' wonderful neighborhood of
Odoms Mill, near schools, parks and the beach!
Wanda Petersen 537-4594

Least expensive ground floor 2BR/2BA condo at
The Palms at Marsh Landing. Gated
community with lots of amenities pools,
tennis, movie theater, boat/RV parking.

Call Sherri Beno
904- 651-1830


Stonebridge Condo
floor end unit. Screened lanai, tile, new carpet, new paint,
CARPORT. All appliances, club amenities. A+ condition, move in
ready. MLS #300731 $166,800
Donna Sandiford
C ar kn 386-5800
NDO Diane Barr ^
DECIODN 234-9997 *

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to Wo rk for You !

2-4PM Sunday, June 4th. 2BR/1.5BA townhome
style condo 5 min. from downtown. Waterfront
community w/clubhouse, pool, dock, etc. $132,900
#169, The Carlton at Oak Landing, 5811 Atlantic
Blvd., near Atlantic & University.

Call Sherri Beno UU
904-.651-1830 ICDONNECTIDN

Ponte Vedra
Beautiful 2 bedroom with spiral stairs leading to loft. Lake
front unit with wooded view from screened balcony.
Amenities galore. Close to everything. Garage incl. $305,000
Call Kelly Hobbs today 904-993-3803

Great Location w/spectacular Ocean Views.!!
Best prices at the Beach!
Some can be used for weekly rentals!
-- 1 BDR/1BA (Furnished) $374,900
1 BDR/1BA (Furnished) $389,000
2 BDR/1BA (Furnished) $449,000
2 BDR/2BA (Absolutely Beautiful) $635,000
"Tops Sales & Listing Agent for April 06".
Susan Howell 946303
Realtor" ww I.SusanSellsTheCoast.com

Villas at Marsh Landing 2/2 w/garage. Bike to the beach
from this luxury condo with high end finishes usually seen
in million dollar homes. Granite, slate, crown, molding,
plantation shutters, marsh view.

Call Paul Gibson


for a personal tour.

Neptune Rustic Pearl!
Re-create this "diamond in rough" triplex -;-'
into S.F. or retain 3-unit income, 1 blk to J
bch, 6 blks to eateries, shops! Conc. bik .
bldg, hrdwd firs, newer roof. AC, windows,
huge lot, ideal location, priced under
appraisal! A real deal! $672,500
mF "She KNOWS the beaches... 1,Ie S,,L IteIQwin ,. semara
-a 6-123 Mler
Roof Top Ocean Views p
1/2 Block to Ocean E l
Brand New Construction!
New Construction Town Home 4bdrm/ .
4.5bath, 3 story w/elevator, 2-carrjlbU
garage, paver driveway, Construction
complete in 3 months. High-End Finish Levels-SS Appl.,
Granite, Custom Cabinets, Roof Top Terraces-Ocean
Views & More. Offered at $995,000
Call Margi Petitt
Top Producer 571-9821

Pe ioUease -
Beautiful one of-a, kind
Penthouse w/3,600SF of living
space, 1,800SF of ocean view & sunset terraces &
1.200SF roof top terrace offering breathtaking
panoramic views. Media/gameRM, 4th BR w/optional '
gym, 42" flat screen TV in family RM. FP, 11' ceilings, Miele package w/36"
cook top & hood, prep sink in island, double ovens, 42" Subzero retrigeraior,
granite countertops in kitchen & all baths. Kohler fixtures & lighting allowance
included, Completion is September 2006.
Top Producer 2005 Lynn Saul 895-9100

V Peaceful Lagoon
iView at the Beach!

2BR/2BA w/garage in The Palms at
Marsh Landing offers beach living at an
affordable price $214,900-Motivated Seller!.
Call Tom Gibbon for all your real estate need$!


Lots of upgrades added to this 2BR/2.5BA townhome
near 9A/Baymeadows. Lake/fountain view, granite
counters, California closets, surround sound
wired to all rooms, upgraded lighting,
screened patio w/Spanish tile & more.
rPrlNDI Call Sherri Beno
CONNECTION 904- 651-1830

3bd 3.5bath. Home has 3 levels with 2 car
garage. Just steps to the beach. 1st floor
has a separate suite. eluxe master suite. Kitchen has granite
and contemporary maple cabinets. Private back yard and no
HOA fees! MLS 299984 $699,900
Call Connie Grubbs


Call Sherri Beno
904- 651-1830

-op 31oor
Oceanfront Condo at
Serenata each
South end unit. 4BR/3.5BA. 2,400 SF. marble
floors, built-in entertainment & bar. 2 car
spaces in garage, storm shutters. spacious
oceanfront terrace, right next door to the
Serenata Beach Club. close to St. Augustine.
Call LeOS. Elogm

New Waterfront Community
Watersedge Harbortown
Watersedge at Harbortown will include 20 high-
end 4 story-Mediterranean-style town homes with
private courtyard and roof top terrace. The option
.to purchase 50 ft boat slip in your
iL E. front yard. Only 3 left!!! Prices
1 E starting at $1,088,900
Call Margi Petitt
Top Producer
........ Ground floor 3BR/2BA Condo w/
garage, 18" tile thru-out including
BRs & Lanai.
Beautiful Kit w/granite & new cabinets. g
Open floorplari. FP, FLAT SCREEN
PLASMATV! New HVAC & hot water
heater. $258,000
Suzie Mons Connolly

This opportunity includes 2 bldgs, the front concrete
block is a 2bdrm/1 ba up & the same down plus a 2"n
dwelling w/ a 2bdrm/1ba on a 50 x
rfa 125 lot 1.5, blocks to the Ocean.
Call MargiPetitt
Ton Producer

Brand New Construction
1/2 block to the Ocean
South Jax Beach
Brand New Town Home! 3-story, 3bdrm/3.5ba, 2-car garage,
Absolutely Beautiful! Stucco, SSAppl.- Granite countertops,
Open floor plan-crown molding &:more...Oceanviews from
master balcony. Lowest price in new
[ B construction East of 3"1' St. $547,000
Call Margi Petitt
Top Producer

Talk to the Twins! We have your condo! SUMMERHOUSE 2/2
gorgeous bungalow. Tile, fireplace, large lanai w/tropical view.
Vaulted ceiling in a private gated 5 Star comm. near beach. MLS
#302114 $328,500 Call Today! i i








Luxury Condo!
Open nouse Sun 1-5
Enjoy the luxury and convenience of this 3BR/2BA
penthouse condo in Point Meadows Place.
i $179,900-Motivated Seller! 7801
Point Meadows Dr #5406 Call Tom
Gibbon for access and directions.

T Villa
sunny 3 bedroom ground floor end unit w/GARAGE. 18" tile, huge
lanai overlooking marsh, fireplace, crown, gated w/club amenities,
B [IK innl A+ condition. MLS #284889 $254,900
fliITHUU Donna Sandiford 386-5800
ICONNECTION Diane Barr 234-9997

Sunny 1/1 Getaway!
Spacious, impeccable 1/1, grand floor.
designer upgrades, crisp screenporch & .t "
gar.! Near bch, shops, JTB, ideal home or
weekend bch retreat! Lush tropical comm.
amenities, ready for quick close. $190,000
"She KNOWS the beaches...'
She SELLS the town!" r.osemary
SCall 568-1523 Naughon
SA iller

Wonderful 2BR/2BA ground floor condo in Summer
House with courtyard entry & no one above you.
Gated community east of AlA in PVB.
5 star amenities to include pools, tennis,
beach shuttle, movie theater & more.

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159 Cranes Lake Drive
2BR 2.5BAw/1,123 s.f. townhouse
in Ponte Vedra! Great room
w/fireplace, lanai, security system,
S& tiled Ist floor. Master
suite has screened balcony overlooking lake! 7
$238,900 TI Vfnee, 'Pling -Tfi l e\
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Best Buy Today

on the Ocean!!
Southshore, Condo, 3bdrm/2ba, Excellent
Condition in South Jax Bch,
@pn |m Covered Parking. Priced to sell at
EHL E $599,900
Call Margi Petitt
Top Producer

PV Condo

This 3 bdrm 2 ba split floor plan has
over 1200 sq ft. New carpet, new kitchen, screened lanai,
RV/boat storage, tennis, pool, beach access. Seller to pay
1 yr HOA fees and Realtor Bonus. MLS 301587 $274,900
Call Connie Grubbs

| at the Beach
YOUR CONDO! Villas at Marsh
Landing 2/2 ground floor,w/GARAGE. Tile & wood floors,
fireplace, crown moulding, huge lanai w/marsh view. Club
amenities. MLS #295413 $216,000. N T.
Make offer. pi n fnn
Call Diane Barr 234-9997 J' IIl UM
Donna Sandiford 386-5800 NNECTIN

3 Bdrm Condo in Villas at Marsh Landing
with Marsh Views on 3 sides
Tons of Upgrades plus Garage,
Priced to Sell at $259,000.
Gated Community with many amenities including clubhouse,
pool and state-of-the-art fitness center. New paint, hardwood
floors, crown molding, updated baths
and more. All appliances included.
1-car garage, awesome Marsh Views!
Call Mari Peditt,
To Producer,

JAX BEACH. 2BR 1BA lower. 2 Dlocks
ocearn, waler washer dryer included
Small pels ok $895.'mo i5500 dep Milia-
ry dascouni 120.-B 2nd Sneer So
'NEAR OCEAN. 2-3BR/1BA Upper Apart-
meni $1290'mo Yearly lease. 249-3970.
2BR12BA. CH&A. 1243 Mayport Landing
Dr Aviailarle 6/15. $790/mo. $700/dep.
280-2728. leave message.
Si JAX Bch, 1 block ocean, 3410 S.. 1st..
oBR 1BA duplex, wood floors, CH/A, W/D,
airport $1300/mo. 525-3188.
NORTH JAX Beach. Efficiendy, $495/mo.
1BR. $595/mo. 2BR, $695/io. 1 block to
Ocean. Pool. No pets. 249-5368.
garage. Available June 17th, References,
background check. 891-2324.
house 1 mile west of Mayport ferry,
Heckscher Drive $1195/mo. 733-3730,
LUXURIOUS Pelican Point. 2BR/2BA,
available now. $1700-$2600/mo. 3 month
minimum rental. (904)241-7206.
COST STREET promotion 2BR/1BA,
CH&A, WDHU, 808 Ist St. South, Jax.
Beach. Apt.#4. Credit check,
NEPTUNE BCH Summer Sands,
2BR/2.5BA, new tile and carpet. Available
June 1st, $1100/mo. 655-5990.
JAX BCH, 612 13th Ave. N. 2BR 1BA, Ig
kit., no pets, $675/mo. 249-4927, 744-
LARGE EFFICIENCY Apartment, excel-
lent .location, 2 blocks to Ocean, very
clean, No pets. $575/mo. 642-1214 or




Homes, Condos,
Some Brand New!
241-5501 221-1711

OLD Atl Bch near Town Center, 2BR 2BA,
beautifully remodeled, avail. June 1st.
$2100/mo. 294-6094.
BEAUTIFUL 2BR/2BA in The Courtyards
of Mayport: $9g00/mro. 235-9304.
JAX BEACH. 2BR Apartment, hear
Ocean. CH&A, WDHU, no pets,
$795/mo.+ $400/dep. 246-3130.
S. JAX BCH 2 & 3 BR
CH/A, WDHU. East of 1st St. .$795-
$1195/mo. 4151 Tradewinds\, 4 BR water
front $1500/mo. 241-7368, 733-3730.
OCEAN STUDIO super nice furnished, ca-
ble and, electric included, $800/mo.,
NEAR PONTE Vedra 1 block beach. Best
area, quite, safe residential neighborhood.
2BR/1 BA, lower duplex, new carpet, tile &
paint. CH&A, washer/ dryer included, no
smoking, no pets. $895/mo., lease depos-
it. 993-1118.
pliances, washer/dryer, CH&A. $900/mo.
1st, last, deposit. 735-3394, 803-2520.

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Atlantic Beach
+ 3BR/2BA condo, Seaplace-fumished,
pool, walk to ocean $1200/mo
+ 2BR/2BA TH, Mayport Landing,
newly remodeled unit, very nice
also other units $775 $825/mo
+ 3BR/2BA From $875.- $925/mo
Neptune Beach
+ 3/2 H King's Rd. Big yard,
pretty home. $1400/mo.
+ 2BR/1BAApt. Ocean views, cute
unit, water included $1000/mo
1BR/lBAApt. across from ocean.
Included w/electric $900/mo
Ponte Vedra
+ 3BR/2BA Condo, (The Islands) 1
car garage, screen porch, FP,
comm pool/tennis $1300/mo
West Beaches
+ 4BR/2BA H, New home, 2 car
garage/on pond. $1700/mo
Call us for
Professional Property Management
Call 249-2322


EAST ARLINGTON Garage/ Efficiency
apt. Safe, clean area. $450/mo. Electric,
water, cable incl. 891-8225.


Property Subdivision Rent
Eastwihd Dr. Seabreeze Park $1,200
LaReserve Dr. Fiddler's Marsh-East of AIA $1,600
Mallorca Dr (w/pool) Pablo Point $1,600
Ocean Blvd. Seaplace $ 950
Seahawk Drive Ponte Vedra Beach $ 975
Willow Cove Mayport $ 850
Fairday Park Blvd. #42 Summer House @' Old PV $ 900

BR/BA, Area
3/2 JB
3/2 PV
3/2 IC
2/2.5 AB,
2/2 w/Gar. PV
2/1.5 AB
272 PV'

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It's the LEASE we can do!!
* 1/1 Atlantic Beach C 1820 Sevilla Blvd #207 $825
2/1 Atlantic Beach A 405 S. 2'" Street $850
* 2/2 Atlantic Beach TH 1111 Mayport Landing Cir $695
3/2 Atlantic Beach H 2263 McAlpin Ct $1100
3/2 Atlantic Beach TH 1763 Seminole Rd $1350
3/2.5 Atlantic Beach T 112 Seminole Rd $1495
4/3.5 Atlantic Beach H 2243 Beechcomber Trail $1900
2/1 Jacksonville Bch FP 101 16" Avenue S. #D $975
2/2 Jacksonville Bch C 210 11'" Ave N #303 $1200
3/2 Jacksonville Bch H 1753 Tanglewood $1200
3/2 Jacksonville Bch H 822 7th Avenue N $1425
3/2 Ponte Vedra Beach H -125 Bluefish Avenue $1250
3/2 Ponte Vedra Beach C 500 sandiron Cir #511 $1100
4/2 Ponte Vedra H 210 Pheasant Run $1900
* 2/2 IC/The Moorings C 14750 Beach Blvd #75 $1500
* 4/2 Nottingham Harbour H 12630 Chapeltown Cir E $1500
3/2 Wolf Creek C 13364 Beach Blvd #135 $1400
3/2.5 Queens Harbour H 13664 Shipwatch Dr $2100
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Enjoy spectacular views of the
ocean from this 3BR/3BA 2,350
SF condo w/custom features
and upgrades.
Call Grace Tausz:
,612-1089 $1,199,000

Charming 3BR/2BA home
located on a lushly landscaped
1/3 acre. $539,900
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ATLANTIC BEACH. 1651 Coquina Place,
1BR., 1/2 block from Ocean. large deck/
yard, new carpet and tile, no dogs,
$750/mo. 246-6039 or 962-6361.
BEACHES, HODGES & Kernan. 1,2,3 &
4BR Apartments & Homes, in luxury com-
munities, from $800/mo. 233-4545.
house by pool. $1300/mo. 280-3138 or
JAX BEACH. New Condo, 2BR/2BA. All
appliances, with washer/dryer, 1-car. ga-
rage. $1300/mo. 463-7696.
JAX BEACH. Clean, 2BR/1.5BA Apart-
ment, 900sf, washer/dryer. 2 Blocks to
Beach. 210 17th Ave. North. $900/dep.
$900/mo. 221-6816.

202--4E Villa del Mar Ponte Vedra' 1/1
1224 Grand Reserve Jax/Hodges Blvd 1/1
1026 Belleza Ponte Vedra I/1I
127 Jardin deMer Place Jax Beaci 3/2
925 Ocean Links Ponte Vedra 2/2
825 Ocean Linksi Ponte Vedra 2/2
834 Ocean Links Ponte Vedra 2/2
133 Bimini Coun Ponte Vedra 2/2
2 The Fountains 'Ponte Vedra 3/2.5
708 Marsh Cove Lane Ponte Vedra 3/2+loft
811 Ocean Links Ponte Vedra 3/2
67 Fisherman C,,.e Pumnie \edraSj,,grj.,s CC 2/2
228 Tarrasa Drive. ,, JaxvPablo Point 3/2
337 Charlemagne Fiddler Marsh/PV 3/2
444-18 Pebblebrook Dnre J.,A/RCerhCoi ,' Glen Kcirnif 3/2
106 Bermuda Bay Pontme Vedra 3/2
6038 Bndgeuaier Ctrcle Poniwe drad/S. grss. TPC3/2.5
33-3 Lighthouse Poiric Lare Ja.\ Beach 3/3
2001 WVmdlammer Ln South Ponte Vedra 3/3.5 ofc
112 Garden Gate Dr Ponie \ dra/AzaleaPoint 3/2
117 Deer Cove Drive Ponte Vedra/Marsh Landing 4/2.5
1316 Turtle Dunes Court South Ponte Vedra, 5/4

9910 Preston Trail
804 & 805 Metropolitan
408 Berkman Plaza

Ponte Vedra/Sawgrass CC 3/2.5
Jax Beach 3/2
JaD,:.,ntown RlIerfromH 2/2+lowl


I1200/wk 21 Litde Ba5 Harbor Saa grass Country Club 2/2 2100
$1300/wk 17" Ave North a/pool Jax Beach 3/1.5 1500
$1400 Beach Club Villas Sawgrass Beach Club Eff. 600
S1600/Ak 2839 S. Pomne Vedra S. Ponte Vedra 3/1.5 1500
$1700 741 Spinnakers Reach Sawgrass Beach Club 1/1 700
$1800/wk 2503 S. Ponte Vedra S. Ponte Vedra 4/2.5 2100
$1800/wk The Retreat Ponte Vedia/Oceanfront 2/2 1600
'$2000 Vista Del Mar Jax Beach/Oceanside 3/2 1700
$2200 Quail Point II SaegrassCouncr) Club 2/2 1800
$2400 444 La Reserve Circle Ponte Vedra/L'Atrium 2/2+office 1600
$2500 92 Tifton Way North Sawgrass Counctr Club 3/2 1900
$2500 117 Deer Cove Drive Ponte Vedra/Marsh Landing 4/2.5 2000
$2500/wk 728 Oceanfront Neptune Beach/Oceanfront 3/2.5 w/gamerm2600
$2600 826 Spinnakers Reach Sawgrass/Beach Club 1/1.5 1100
$2700/wk2824 Coastal Hwy Vilano Beach/Oceanfront 6/4 4000
$3000 Walkers Ridge/Pool Sawgrass Country Club 3/2 2100
$3500 The Cloister Atlantic Beach 3/2 2000
$4000 408 Berkman Plaza Jax/Downtown Riverfrorit 2/2+loft 2100
$5500 1931 Beach Ave(3mo.min.) Atlantic Beach I 3/3 2400
"Other furnished properties also available
Daily, Weeklyand Monthly.**
Call today to book your next vacation!!
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Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082
(904) 285-2882

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1, 2 & 3 Bedroom
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Wear your flip flops 24/7 when you live 1/2
block from the ocean in this 2BR/2BA condo
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Condo fee incl. water/sewer, int. pest control.
Call She

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5 Unfurnished Homes Beach Walk SPY 2BR/2BA, home has Windsor Chase Kernan 4BR/2BA,5
,5 Marsh Viewy SPV 4BR/4BA, screened porch, wood deck on lagoon, bch great home on lake, 2274 sqft, two car
< Oceanviews, tile floors. $2000/mo. access. $1500/mo garage, club pool. $1475/mo.
o 4BR/4BA. End unit w/elevator, 2800 sqft, 660 Upper 8th Ave S JB 3BR/2BA two Unfurnished Condos
beach access, attached garage. $2200/mo. story, fenced backyard, tile floors, fireplace, Summerhouse PV
Fairfield PV 3BR/2.5BA, two story upgrades thru-out. $1500/mo.. Newly renovated, new carpet, baths,
4 home w/screened porch on water, 2 car Las Palmas PV 3BR/2BA duplex w/new kitchen, tile, fireplace, walk to shops, great
garage. $1950/mo. carpet, new kitchen, garage, fresh paint, amenities.
SVilano Walk SPV 4BR/3.5BA, newer $1300/mo. 1BR/1BA, 1st floor. $775/mo.
two story, across from ocean, light & Penman Road NB 3BR/2BA, Home 1BR/1BA, Villa. $875/mo.
bright, garage. $1800/mo. w/screened porch, fenced backyard, large lot. 2BR/2BA, 2nd floor. $1195mo.
Fiddlers Marsh- PV 3BR/2BA, home w/ $1200/mo. 2BR/2BA, furnished. $1495/mo.
'. vaulted ceilings, 2 car garage, screened Bermuda Court PV 2BR/2BA,Home w/ Villas at Marsh Landing JB
porch on lake. $1750/mo. tiled screened porch, fenced backyard, tile Fireplace, screened porch
_ Quail Point PV 3BR/3BA. Home has floors thru out. $1200/mo. 2BR/2BA, 1st floor, garage. $1050/mo. "
screened porch, decks, wood floors, golf Furnished Homes Ocean Links PV
0 course views. $1700/mo. Villages of Vilano SPV 2BR/2BA, 2BR/2BA, ground floor. $1100/mo.
; 1810 Ist Street NB 3BR/2BA, home oceanfront condo, wood floors, upgrades, 2BR/2BA, condo has garage, fireplace,0
ametie. $170/o porch, golf course views. $1150/mo. 1
has enclosed porch, two car garage, well garage, amenities. $1700/mo.Palms at Marsh Landing JB
landscaped yard. $1600/mo. Ocean Orande SPV 3BR/3BA. Condo, aporch tLefl o
L'atrium PV 3BR/2BA SFH, porch luxuriously furnished, screened porch, across 3BR2BAened. 1st florch,end unit. $1285/mors
t, w/jacuzzi, lake view, fireplace, comm. from ocean. $3000/mo. 3BR/2BA. st floored unit. $1285/mo.
pool, garage. $1600/mo. Intracoastal West MA ASTASTAT
SSeaside PV3BR/2BA, home w/sunroom, Wolf Creek Hodges 2BR/2.5BAbrand new REMAX Shannon Smith
private backyard, patio, comm. pool. townhouse, screened porch, preserve views, (904) 285-5640
5 $1595/mo. amenities. $1095/mo. www.rentthebeaches.com
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Townhouse, steps to Town Center, very
clean inside, 2BR, WDHU,great parking.
$975/mo. 280-2805.
2BR/1.5BA, appliances, WDHU. Quiet,
Marshfront. $995/mo. (904)334-6094.
JAX BEACH. Premium Oceanview.
Renovated. Hardwood floors, Dishwasher,
CH&A. Studios, $650/mo. 1BR/1BA,
$850/mo. (904)859-1301, 553-1354.
2BR/2BA, CH&A, fenced backyard. 1278
Wonderwood Dr. $790/mo. $700/dep.
280-2728, leave message.
JAX BEACH Apartment, 2BR/1 BA. Newly
renovated. Washer/dryer. Quiet area.
$850/mo+ deposit. 201 North 9th St.
246-9162, ext. 3#. )
NEPTUNE BCH, near ocean. Clean, nice
1 BR apt. w/ garden atrium. $750/mo.
Avail, soon spacious 2BR. 247-1417.

OCEANVIEW. 1820 North 1st Street, Jax
Beach. 1BR/1BA. Must see. This won't
last. WDHU, walk-in closet, carpet/ceram-
ic. No pets/smoking. $700/mo. Accent
Properties, (904)721-7822.
ATLANTIC BCH Townhouses, 2 & 3BR's
1.5 baths, $750- $875/mo. plus sec.
Jordan Ct. (East of Mayport, off Donner).
BEAUTIFUL 2BR/2BA, 3 blocks to Ocean,
Neptune Beach. WDHU. $850/mo. No
pets. (904)742-6423.
JAX BEACH. Brand New 2BR/2BA,
washer/dryer, pets OK. $1200/mo.
MOBILE HOMES. $500 to $550, on pri..
vate lots. Near Mayport Naval Station, no
dogs, 333-5579.
ATLANTIC BCH- beautiful 3BR/2BA, ga-
rage, WDHU, 3 blocks to ocean,
$1400/mo. 904-742-6423.

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3BR/2BA TOWNHOME. 8-A Ponte Vedra
Court, Available 7/1. $995/mo. 249-9387.
IBIS POINT off San.Pablo. 3/2 w/ study &
scr. porch, no smoking, $1395/mo.
ATLANTIC BEACH Townhouse. Aquatic
Dr. 3BR/2BA, $1050/mo. plus deposit.
SOUTH JAX BEACH, 3BR/2BA, 1/2 block
to ocean. 1yr. minimum lease. No pets,
No smoking. $1500/mo. +deposit.
ICW completely refinished 3/2 1595sf. cul-
de-sac home on the largest lot in Villages
of Pablo. New laminate and tile floors
through-out plus a bonus laundry room
and large tiled screened porch. Master
bed/bath suite includes 2 large Jack/Jill
closets. Home includes 3 sets of beautiful
french doors, .new trim and crown molding
brand new appliances, decorative ceiling
fans, irrigation system, and renovated 2
car garage (peg board and slat walls).
House is re-plumbed (2006), has new roof
(2001) and new HVAC (2004). This quiet
family neighborhood is 3 miles' to the
beach and has a club pool, telrnis/ basket-
ball courts. $i200.'rn Call 386-7873 for
WATERFRONT ICW, Palm Valley. 3/2,
1600sf, 60001b lift w/ dock, $2250/mb.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 3BR/1BA,'2blocks to
beach & town center. 1/2 block elem.
school. Renovated: $1280/mo. Pets OK
JAX BEACH, 1036 14th Ave. North.
4BR/2BA, ceramic tile, white ocala brick,
WDHU. $1400/mo. 246-3482.
ATLANTIC BCH, Selva Marina, 4BR
'2.5BA, 2800sf, Ig fenced yard, $1850/mo.
ATL. BEACH, 3BR/2.5BA townhome.
Short walk to Beach & Town Center.
2-car garage; screened patio, private
fenced backyard, tiled fireplace.
$2500/mo. Owner/Agent (904)349-1864.
5/3.5, GATED, The Woods. Avail. July 1.
$3000/mo. Call 220-7666.
iot in Seiva Marina area. Large modern
kitchen w'new fridge & dishwasher Living
room fireplace Arlacned 1-car garage.
WDHU, fenced yard, CH&A $1700imo
Call Bob (904)631-6268..
open Iloor plan iravenine floors and court. '
ter lops carpel in BR's waw.:-n-closeis.
vaijiled ceilings. fireplace sludy screened
pool, large coiner lot $1950'mo. TDO
Management Services 246.-1125
3BR 2BA 1-siory rouse., 1850sl w 2BR
1BA garage unit. CH'A. WDHU, blinds
carpel ig Florida room. carporn ig yard
$r2000'rno $1000 dep 347 3rd St. Allan.
tic Bcn 241.262.4
ATLANTIC BEACH. 601 Camella Si
3BR,2BA. Mile Iloors vaulled ceilings, re-
place, new kitchen appliances WDHU.
$1100,mo 4$900/dep 514.8761
PONTE VEDRA Beacn. Dolphinr Cove.
7 Cobra Si 2BR'2BA. large lenced yard
$1100,mo +$1100odep No smoking. No
pets. 285-2302, 945-6547.
Walk to schcois & Beacnes $1250 me..
Fenced Pool care, WDHU included.
$1500/mo.+ deposit. 993-8877.
NICE 3BR/2BA, Jax Beach, 6mo. lease,
lawn, service included. $1350/mo.
+$1000/dep. 904-753-2458.
3BR/1BA, 8 Blocks to Ocean. North Jax
Beach, fenced, yard, washer/dryer.
$1200/mo. 631-8099.
JAX BEACH: Nice 3BR/1.5BA, washer/
dryer, large fenced yard. $1400/mo.
JAX BEACH, 3BR/2.5BA Townhouse,
fehcea yard. $12001mo. Dimension. One
Mgt., 635-2488 642-1759.

ATLAtTIC. BEACH.i,3BR,2BA,9bjike 'to,
beach,iwalk,- to. park' ,Screened-, fenced yard. POOL and workshed. 1st,
last and security. $1375/mo. Avail. early
July. (904)247-4527.
ATLANTIC BCH, 2BR.'BA. $795,mo
ICW. Greenired Lake. 3BR,2BA
view. Quiet street, large wooded lot.'
$950'mo. (904i543.1150. .
2BR 1.5BA condo, $695/mo.
4/2, 1 car garage, $1300/mo.
3/2, 2 car garage, very nice home,
avail. 7/15, $1050/mo.
3BR 2BA 2 car garage $1700 mo.
3 2, 2 car garage. $1395'mo
3BR 2BA, 2 car garage, $1495/mo.
4/2, 2 car garage, $1550/mo.
Brand new condos,
2BR 2BA$795/mo. & 3BR.2BA$995/mo.
Brand new 2/2.5, 1 car gar. condo,
3BR 2 5BA condo, Icar garage,
2/2, 1133sf, ready nowl $995/mo
3/2, 2 car garage, $1250/mo.
University. area. 4BR 2.5BA house,
2800sf, 2 car garage, $1500/mo
3/2.5, 2 car.gar., brand new townhome,
: $1450/mo.' .
.3/2 w/-carporl excellent co:nd $1025/mo.
4/3, 2 car garage, 2200sf,' $1450/mo.,
241-5501 OR 221-1711.
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.
993r1114 or 270-1284.
NEPTUNE BCH, 3 blocks to ocean, 3BR
2.5BA, avail. 7/1/06. $1400/mo. 477-3066.
+office, sunroom. 2.5 'Blocks to beach, 6
blocks'to town center. Furnished/unfur-
nished. $1900/mo. 241-0493.
4BR 3.5 BA house, 6 blocks to beach,
Syrs old, oversized 2 car gar., $1400/mo
plus sec. No pets. Call 241-5251.
PONTE V By the Sea 4BR/2.5BA, walk to
beach, $2950/rmo. 472-0914.




PV COLONY, 2/2 garage, washer/ dryer,
hardwood floors, stone counters,
$1100/mo, East ofA1A. (904)543-9467.
2BR/2BA, completely renovated, top floor
w/golf course view, near Sawgrass.
Amenities included. $1095/mo. Call
(904)710-3452. .
$1195/mo. Ocean Grande/ Serenata
Beach, 3BR/3BA, ocean/ marsh view, all
amenities included, $2500/mo. ICW-Wolf-
creek, 3BR/2BA, $1250/mo.
THE PALMS. Spacious Upscale 3BR/2BA
w/garage. $1300/mo. Available .6/15.
ATLANTIC BEACH- Condo in beautiful
Selva Marina, 2BR/2BA, newly remod-
eled. Includes water, sewer, cable, pool,
tennis. Avail. immediately. $1500/mo.
(904)249-7548. .
PONTE VEDRA. 2BR/1BA w/master on,
1st floor. Spiral stairs leading to loft on
2nd level. Resort-style amenities.
$1250/mo. Judy, 249-2044,
THE PALMSAt Marsh Landing 2BR/2BA.
Walerv ew, wood floors, ,1st floor, gated,
$1125'mc. 241-3941.
1BR/1BA CONDO at the Palms in Marsh
Landing. Newer appliances and washer/
dryer, tile, screened porch, lake view, bot-
tom floor unit, garage available. Amenities
include: 2 pools, tennis courts, gym, tan-
ning bed, clubhouse. Great location and
easy walk to shopping and bike to beach.
$950/mo, pets negotiable. Call 386-5944
for more information.
BRAND new 1BR/1BA in PV, includes:
beach. access, pool, tennis, gym, over-
looks tennis courts. Must seel $800/mo.
PALMS AT Marsh Landing- 2BR/2BA
available: Beautiful upgraded unit, lake
view. fireplace. vaulted ceiling, garage,
$1100'mo. Call 904-613-7605. TMI Real
Estale Group. LLC. -
vaulted celinq beaulirul lile Brighl. open
floor plan. No dogs $1700 mo
4041325-0820. 14041784-6601.
PVB. 2BR'2BA near the Marsh. Fitness
center, 2 pools. Vaulled ceilings. fireplace,
hardwood floors, $975/mo. (904)543-1150
the Intracoastal Waterway. 3/4BR, 3.5BA,
approximately 2700sf. w/marina view. Re-
sort' style living. $2500/mo .Includes 1-car
garage walter, sewer .:abie pooi spa
clubhouse. nealth club. Marina Walk. gal-
ed community wwarer. Marsh and marina
views 40' boal slip also avaliaole Call
no* 463.2845
OCEANFRONT 1BR, lurrniiled. short
long Term. B1500 m'', Day 1352)473.7223
nigrl (3521478-2503

ROOM FOR rent in house w/pool and
fenced back yard $600/mo. Includes utilit-
ies and satellite TV. 568-8700.

Courtyards of Maypo
lites. 235-9304.

Great office building,
two lots, 3450sf, 993-4
4 Rooms,.' 2 Baths
$1,800/mo. 908 11th A

i.:. j --r--.

CARING ADULT needed for 4 hours each
Sunday morning to staff church nursery in
Atlantic Beach. Contact Nancy 249-8698.

-r bedroom, in The PART TIME Receptionist/Data Entry.
irt. $500/mo.+ utiti- 30 year old consulting company located
on Hodges Blvd. is seeking a part time
front desk Receptionist/Data Entry person.
*WW]] Must have professional appearance and a
polite speaking voice. Experience in an-
2113 Florida Blvd. swering'a multi-line telephone system is
plenty of parking, on desired. Basic computer skills are re-
011o. quired. Must be able to accurately input
LDING FOR RENT customer information into a computerized
s and 2 Kitchens database system. Other duties Include
ve S. 247-9884. creating reports, maintaining inventory of
office supplies, and other general clerical
functions. Working hours are Monday
through Friday, 2:00 to 6:00. Please email
OI-- i s ]__ your resume to mail@balescompany.com
P...... or fax to 398.8121.

The kennel alternative/ Providing conven-
ient, reliable care fdr'your pets at your
home while you are away. Reasonable
rates, references. For more information
call: Doris Rosarius, 241 -8967. Licensed,
PET SITTING, in your home. Dog walking.
Responsible, mature. Call Kitty, 874-6062.
FREE CAT to good home, large grey tab-
by, declawed and neutered wall shots.

HOMELESS PETS for adoption- Cats &
dogs. 246-3600.
6:30 A.M. on Friday the 26th. Small white
dog (poodle? bichon frise?) found wan-
dering on 3rd street. No collar or tag.
Taken to :the Jacksonville Beach police
department who will keep dog for a few
days..' Seemed to have a sore on foot.
Contact Jeff at 424-7796.
LOST, REWARD. Small Jack Russel mix
about 30 lbs. White w/brown markings. No
collar. Lost at 4th Ave. North vicinity.
Comes To me name Jackson." WE MISS
HIM. 249-4865. 625-6870. Also, brown
hlulfy cai yellow markingstaround neck,
"Marley '
LOST MALE Pug, lawn w/ black mask.
Missing irom Aflan1ic Beach. Reward.
Please call 885-6296

GINA- BOB would ike i10 resume ire
pleasant coriversalion we had outside
Santioni's. 294-7163.

IF YOU are inieresied in advenising under
imis category please call 904.249.9033 or
email. classilied@'beachesleader com


TPC SAWGRASS. 3BR/2 5BA, garage -.---- -
vaulled ceilings, fireplace community AUTO STORE TOWING INC. gives No-
S5-461 o uny. $1500 twice of Foreclosure df Lien and intent to
sell ihese vehicles on 06/15/2006,,
PONTE VEDRA 1BR brand new inside. 9:00 am at 153 LEVY ROAD ATLANTIC
less than a mile to the beach, lull ameni. BEACH, FL 32233, pursuani 10 subsec.
ties inci. pool beach snutlle & more lion 713 78 ol the Florida Siatuies. AUTO
$950,mo unlurn, $1300 lurnished Call STORE TOWING INC. reserves the rgni
Michele 424-4484. 10o accept or releci any andor all bids
THE PALMS ,' Marsh Landig A "AS IS".
2rd floor, gaied $1200.'mo 465.0349. 1983 2G1AN6915D1277098 CHEVRO-
J B 3BRj2BA Avail Sept tsi 54000/mo 1986 1FTBR10A9GUB51550 FORD
770.429-9331 1986 JH4DA1754GS003468 ACURA
1987JM1FC3315H0522707 MAZDA
THE PALMS. 2BR 2BA. ground fir, 1988 1G1LV11W5JE509103 CHEVRO-
$1200'mo 379-1713, 859.0989 LET
ATLANTIC BEACH 2,1 condo, 791 As- 1988 iJCML7819JT13945 JEEP
si Ln Carpel. dishwasher. WD. appl.. 1988 JHMCA5381JC025464 HONDA
community pool, 5800/mo 463.2399 1989 1ZVBT2iCGK5301924 FORD
1990 WDBFA6.1 El LF01 3697 MER-
5.siar. newly renovated new appliances. 1991 1GNCS18Z4M8154-452 CHEVRO-
washer,'dryer, fireplace, goll course view. LET
Beach access $1100tio including water 1991 1J4FJ28SXML599013 JEEP
& association lees 343-8172. 1991 1G1LT53T7MY120885 CHEVRO-
PVB SPACIOUS, 1200s1. 2BRi2BA Lois LET
of amenities $1050/mo Call 234-2646 199122T3FAPP11J8MR13826194TFORDYOTA
1992 2T1AE94A4NC152194 TOYOTA
side End unit. 1-siory. large yard 1993 4A3CF44EXPE042467 MITSUBISHI
i,1400,mo 190-j1612-6532 ,, 1903 1JJGX56S5PCeQ200,JEEP
S- 1993 K 1HV Dl'2J9PU-4 Y H,'UIIDAI U
PVB NEW 2BR'2BA Condr wilh ameni-- SATURN
ties. Near Beacr, $970'mo 710-5200 1993 1GSZH5594PZi77685 SATURN
LOVE THE BEACH? South Jax Beach.: 1994 1GNCS18Z7R0104473 CHEVRO-
3BR,2BA Furnished Sleps to Ocean. LET
washeridrver 242.0411 1994-N6SD11S1RC349096 NISSAN
1994' G4AG55M2R6464714 BUICK
Ro m-_ 1996 1G1LD5546TY213463 CHEVRO-
4BR4iBA. weekly monihiy. yearly. Call 1998 JH2SC3618WM000158 HONDA
19041249-8269 1999 NOVIN0200291528 HOMEMADE
199c 1G1 JC1249X7150202 CHEVROLET

Luxury luirnshed 1 & 2 Bedroom Suites
High Oualiry King Beds.
Equipped KIchens
2nd Sireel & 51n Ave Souih
KEY LARGO condo 2BR/2BA close to
shops, restaurants. 1 week $800, biweekly
$1500. Call 904-673-9793.
ATL BCH 3BR house, beauldully furnish-
ed. walk io ocean $1650,rr o 993-3226
homes. Weekly/monlhly Visit us at
jaxbeacrrenial.com or 535.3911 or
535-3828. ..
S. JAX Bch 2BR fully lurnished. ocean-
ironi condov Mlonlhly, Weekly 241.0267.
wwW rentlacksonvilebeacn.com
OCEANFRONT I or 2BR lurnisned con-
dos. weekly or monirly. 19041463-7343

ROOM IN large home, .swimming pool,
pool table, exercise equip. 874-0130.
HOUSE. WALKING distance to beach.
$600/month. 1/2 Utilities. Call 477-3700.
ROOMMATE TO share 2BR 1.5BA, wash-
er/ dryer, 1 1/2 blocks off beach. $625/mo.
3BR/2BA house, washer/dryer. $495/mo.
includes utilities/cable. 568-2157,
tees and uililies Exclusive Miravisia
gaied, pool. hot tub. neallh club waler-
Iront womarina view Room has own baln-
room, brand 'new large unit, 2700sf.
PVB TOWNHOUSE- bike ride to beach,
quiet neighborhood, clean, non smoking,
$500/mo + 1/2 util. 382-6354.

NICE ROOM for rent steps from ocean,
$90 a week. Refs. Call 343-2870.
CHRISTIAN LADY Seeks roommate to
share 3BR apartment. (904)249-1711,



Short or Long Term
Secretarial Services
Conference Room

East of A1A/
walk to beach
*Close to shopping/
For more information,

J (904) 543-7000

BL 6/2/06
Notice is hereby given final pursuant To the
"Self Storage Facility Act", Florida Slarutes
Section 1, Part IV of Chapter 83, Laws of
Florida 1982; the personal property co -
sisting of clothing, personal items and
nousenola goods ol.
Yolanda M. Macon, Jacksonville Beach,
A092, 10x10, misc. boxes, household
goods. /
Judyann Evelyn, Atlantic Beach, A039a,
5x10, household goods.
Monique J. Upchurch,, Atlantic Beach,
B252 5x5, misc. boxes.
Roben Esters, Atlantic Beach, B255,
5x15, household goods, misc. boxes.
Christopher O'Bryant, Jacksonville, B204,
5x10, furniture, misc. boxes.
-Nils E. Martois, Atlantic Beach, B145, 5x5,
misc. boxes.
Milton T. Cox Jr., Sarasota, B288, 10x20,
Judyann Evelyn, Atlantic Beach, C333,
10x10, furniture, misc. boxes.
Vianka Pena, Atlantic Beach, D464, 5x5,
baby furniture.
Will be sold or otherwise disposed of at
10:00 AM, Saturday, June 17th, 2006 to
satisfy lien(s)-for past due rent(s) cost and
fees. Disposition will take place at: Pan
Am Mini. Storage, 2383 Mayport Rd., At-
lantic Beach, FL 32233. Pan Am Mini
Storage reserves the right to reject any
and all bids and establish -rminimum bids 10
compensate for all costs.

BL 6/2, 6/7/06

Notice is hereby given that the Planning
and Development Review Board for the
City of Neptune Beach meeting and Public
Hearing on Tuesday, June 20, 2006 at
6:00 p.m. at Neptune Beach Elementary
1515 Florida Blvd., Neptune Beach, Flori-

PDRB06-07 Application for-a Preliminary
Development Order for Mr. and Mrs. Tho-
mas Goelz proposed addition and remodel
for 220 First Street for a studio. Variance
has previously been granted.
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 117,240 square foot
retail center to be occupied by a Wal-Mart
BL 6/2/06

IF YOU are Interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email: classified@beachesleader.com
All levels, styles & ages. Will come to your
home. Piano Tuning also available.
241-4954, 655-3300.
JULY 28, 2006. For info call 285-7958 or
visit our website at

Needs for 06-07 school year a fun, chil-.
dren-centered, energetic, organized per-
son to teach SPANISH PI/T afternoons.
10 hr./week. Good hourly rate. Send cover
letter, qualifications, resume to

Avante at Jacksonville Beach, a progres-
sive 165-bed skilled nursing and rehab fa-
cility, seeks an articulate, outgoing, and
self-motivated customer service oriented
individual togreet visitors, answer multi-
line phone system & provide administra-
tive assistance. HS grad. 6 months clerical
and telephone experience and good multi-
tasking abilities a must. Experience with
Microsoft Word a plus. Position hours are
8am-2pm, Saturday and Sunday. Please
apply in person at 1504 Seabreeze Ave-
nue, Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250. EOE.
DO YOU understand a Quad's needs?
Can you work weekends & holidays as
well as during the week? Are you reliable?
Call 249-8918. I'm a male in good shape,
beaches area, sense of humor but expect
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.
travel to Festivals. 249-8269.
VAN DRIVER. No CDL required. Must be
over 25y,'experience preferred. Beaches
Academy, 1725 Penman Rd., 246-3885.

DRIVER NEEDED immediately for moving
company. Experience helpful. 285-2426.

Avante at Jacksonville Beach, a 165-bed
skilled, nursing and rehab facility seeks a
RN nursing supervisor to work every other
weekend. Candidate. must have prior ex-
perience superi.isng nuri.ng staff and the
abirly o1 provide direcl palheni care. Excel.
lent organizational and communication
skills are also required. Avante offers ex-
cellent compensation and premium bene-.
fits including 401 (k). Please fax resume to
(904)249-8208 anenlion Myra Chartrand
or apply in person at: 1504 Seabreeze '
Avenue Jacksc.nville Beach. Fl. 32250.
EOE www.avantegroup.com ,,
heeded 20hrs./wk. $10-$15/hr. 249-3862.,
New Produci Moves,. a national salfing
agency is locking lor individuals to exe.
cute in-siore demonslraihons Musi be
able to engage shoppers to demonslralei
products, promote bra nd d diasirbute
samples and brochures Excelieri position
Or nose wiho w.an 10 woik m.slly week-
ends pan-time To apl3ly call
t800)768-4650 exi 18533 or visit


Aprprov 30rirs wk. $8,nr. 'Valia Dr Lic
ireqd'"Some ic;a.y ailing. Srierwin- Wil-
liams, Beacres/ San Pablo area
(904)223-4454 EOE.M/F/DN.
P/T RECEPTIONIST, Thu' Fri. 8am-8pm..
Knowledge of Word and Excel. Music enjoy
working with elderly. Apply in person ai
1700 The Greens Way, Jax Bch

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
P/T MASSAGE Therapy position. Available
ASAP in Ponte Vedra outpatient clinic.
Fax resume to: (904)285-4663.

Love to work out? Get paid for it! The
Beaches Leader has an immediate part-'
time opening in the fast paced Mail Room,
lifting and sianding'required. Hours-vary,,
Sianing pay is ,8'nr Apply at 1114 Beach
Blvd Jax Bch or contact Anya at
k904)249-9033 x260
11= MLL AMV1=1=0 I D~i-K/ A ri'Ui IM1NI er Q r

I TLMA-.. 1 t-/ APPUIN T MN oSeter
needed. Great pay/ hours. $8/hr., bonuses
for each job, benefits avail. At least 1lyr.
experience. Off Atlantic Blvd. near Regen-
cy Square. For appt. call Matt Meadows
P/T contracted position for Jacksonville
Metro Treatment Center, an outpatient
substance abuse treatment provider. M-F,
early morning only. For more info. call Ni-
na @ 904-398-7015..

Join our team! If you can excel at inside
sales & desire a fast-paced work environ-
ment, we may have an excellent
opportunity for you. You will join a Nation-
al company & work in Ponte Vedra Beach.
Ideal candidate will have 1+ years experi-
ence inside sales,' customer service, or
telemarketirig, & excellent communication
skills. Ability to handle business .accounts.
Base pay plus commissions. FT, no eve-
nings or weekends. PT avail. Fax re-
sume: (904)285-0010 or email:

An established Ponte Vedra preschool,
CDA a plus. Flexible hours. Position avail-
able June 1st. Call 285-2965.
SILK PRESSER, Ponte Vedra area, guar-
anteed hours. 285-5644.
modeling Ocean Edge Condos, Jax
Beach. 693-3130.
PAWNEE'S CAFE & Fine Wines, (former-
ly Manuel's). PVB. 'Kitchen & Counter.
Benefits. 273-4785.
w/valid' Florida Driver's License. Experi-
. ence helpful but will train. Good salary &
benefits. Apply: Surfside Pools, 313
Beach Blvd., 246-2666,246-2666, or fax resume:.
249-8801, e-mail: surflsidepools @aol.com

PAINTERS NEEDED. Must be experi-
enced & dependable. Transportation a
must (904)568-0990, (904)465-4172.
pay to qualified applicants. Must have
basic tools and transportation. 710-6732.
Local company seeking experienced
workers for landscape and irrigation' nstal-
lations. Above average wages for hard
workers. Driver's license preferred. Call
MBI Landscaping at 249-3317, or apply at
861 10th St. South, Jax Beach.

Classified 7

The Reaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader

I ..~ a-nflA

HELP WANTED. Positions available in
Concrete Paver Work, Construction
Clean-up and Loader Operators. Must
have driver's license. Call Land Tech
Services @ 237-9862 for more Informa-
Liquor Store Clerk, Bartender, Door
Guy, Must be able to work days, nights,
weekends, and holidays. Must pass drug
test and background check. Call Robert @
beach seeking Weekend Receptionist,
Servers, Pool Bartender, Line Cook, Fa-
cility Handyman, and Golf Course
Maintenance workers: DFWP, FT\PT
available. Must be dependable and outgo-
ing. Golf privileges. Phone. 904-246-4827,.
email: accounting@selvamarina.com, or
apply in person.
City of Atlantic Beach. Starting pay of
$26.02/hr. ($54,122/yr.) to $34.70/hr
($72,176/yr.).D.O.Q. +benefits. Bachelor's
degree & min. 5 yrs. law enforcement ex-
perience. Must obtain State of Florida Law
Enforcement Certification within 1 yr. of
hire. Second in command where Chief is
in DROP plan. Applications accepted until
06/28/06, 800 Seminole Rd. Atlantic
Beach, -FL 32233. For more info call,
(904)247-5820 or visit www.coab.us. No
smokers/ tobacco users. Drug testing con-
ducted. EOE.
PRIVATE CLEANING 'Company seeking
reliable, insurable workers. Serious inqui-
ries only. Monday-Friday. Call 716-8824,
leave message.
ter needed. Beaches and Ponte Vedra
areas. Call Tim 509-9071.
DISPATCHER NEEDED for large flatbed
trucking company. Exp. in transportation
necessary. Salary dependent on experin
ence. Health/ life/ dental/ 401K. Paid va-
cation/ holiday and much morel Grayson
Mitchell, Inc. Rick 800-434-1882.' "

FULL-TIME at a Premier Retirement Com-
munity. Excellent benefits. Experience re-
,quired Applications at Fleet Landing Se-
curlry Gate, One Fleet Landing Blvd., At-
lantic Beach, FL; Fax to 904-246-9447;
email to jobs@fleetlanding.com. EOE/
Drug-Free Workplace.
25k. lo 40K Iir,t year plus rernelits DFWP
good driving record No exp required, will
rran Call 241-7874. Pericnhel & Meyer
Pest Management.

experienced Teachers & Assistant Teach-
ers. F/T & P/T available. We offer a com-
petitive salary & benefits package. Call
273-6960 or fax resume to: 280-5742.
taking applications for lawn maintenance
& landscaping positions. No experience
necessary. Call Aaron, 861-7431.
KPW CONSTRUCTION Inc. now hiring
carpenters In' Beaches area. Minimum
3yrs. experience. Please call 686-4818.
SERVERS, LINE Cook, Dishwashers,.
Fine Dinihg. JJ's Bistro. Ponte Vedra,
273-7980. Gate Parkway, 996-7557.
and Beaches. Work in teams of three.
Must have own transportation, valid driv-
er's license. AApproximately $175/wk to
start. Moday-Friday, no nights/weekends.
Home Cleaning Centers of America.

computer, word processing, communica-
tion and people skills needed. Major re-
sponsibilities include membership records
and other computer-based tasks. Compet-
ative remuneratior and benefils Conlacl
Neptune. Baptist Cnurcn, 4-6 3rd Streei
Neptune Beach, FL 32266. 904-249-2307.

Full-Time with greal beneliis ard 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 Fa x o 90-4246-9447"
e-mail to jobs@fleetlandlng.com EOE
Drug-free Workplace

FOOD PREP- M-F. experience preferred.
Beaches Academy 1725 Penman Rd. Jax
Bch., 246.3885
30-40 HRS per week for warehouse & in-
furniture store worker. Must be able to lift
50l0s Apply in store 241-5558
enced preferred., wil rain MusI have ex-
celleni people skills and clean driving re-
cord. Apply in person Ashford Coun As-
sisted Living, 1700 The Greens Way, Jax
ATLANTIC COAST Plumbing & Tile Help-
ers needed. Learn a trade Health bene-
fits, good hours, advancement opponun,-
ties Must have valid FL Drivers License.
Call 249-5381 for appi

mier retirement community. Experience
preferred Excellent beneilis and work eh-
vironmeni Applicaltions al Fleet Landihg
Securiry Gate, One Fleel Landing Blva ,
Atlani.c Beach FL 32233, Fax 10
S19041246-9447 email to:
jobs@fleetJeanding.com EOE/. Drug-
Free Workpla:ce

Com Jinh

FRONT DESK Person. Busy medical clin-
ic. $9-10/hr., negotiable, w/benefits. Fax
resume to: 285-4663.
NO NIGHTS, No Sundays. Front Counter
help for First Coast Laundry & Cleaners,
610 North 3rd Street, Jax Beach,
Local pool company seeking experienced
service technician. Must have knowledge
of pumps, filters, heaters, and chemical
automation systems, 3-5 years experi-
ence, pool remodeling skills a plus. Salary
dependent on experience. Excellent cus-
tomer service skills, full benefits, 401k.
Fax resume to Surfside Pools Jax Beach
at 904-249-8801 or. email:
julie@surfsidepools.riet. -
MOVING AND Storage Co. is currently
seeking professional, courteous and expe-
rienced Laborers and Drivers. Drivers
must possess a valid A or B CDL Drivers
License. Drug testing Is required. For
more information call 241-2921.
MANAGER in holistic, internal medical of-
fice. Full /part time secretarial, clerical,
and support of M.D a unique setting. Ex-
perience required in answering phones,
computers, communications and public-re-
lations.'Must be enthusiastic, dependable,
consistent, and an excellent match. Fax
resume with references: no phone calls
please Persephone Healino Anrts Center
FAX. i9041246-3.78

PONTE VEDRA Animal Hospial seeking
Receptionist with Customer Service expe-
rience. Apply within, 28 Corona Rd.,
Ponte Vedra, 285-7924.
FIRST CHOICE Home Improvements.
Needs skilled carpenters & tree climbers.
COUNTER HELP, Ponte Vedra area,
FT/PT, Call 285-5644.
City of Atlantic Beach, $12.48/hr; $499/wk;
$25,958/yr- beriefils. Must obtain a mini-
mum of a Class 'C" Collection or Distribu-
tion System. Technician Certil within 18
mths from hire date; musl obtain & hold a
valid Class,"B" Cornm Driver License with
air brakes within 6 mths from hire date;
Applications accepted until 06/07/06 at
800 Seminole Rd, Atl. Beach, FL 32233;
For more Info visit www coab.us or call
(904)247-5820. Nc smokers tobacco
users. Drug testing conducted. EOE.
TAXI DRIVERS Wanled Clean driving re-
cord required Call Aptil 246-9999
LPN PRIVATE DUTY. 40,nrs.. Beacnes
area. Good salary Call 273-0781.
lendent lor established company. Drug
Iree work place. Benelils 241-2721

FT & PT positions available at Jackson-
ville Metro Treatment Center, an outpa-
tient substance treatment provider. Day
hours only. Benefits w/FT position. Fax re-
sume to (904)346-0837.
PEOPLE. Fast growing human resources
support & background screening company
offers a fascinating high paced position.
Duties include data entry, online & tele-
phone research & problem solving for cli-
ents nationwide. Choose SingleSource
Services at www.JOBZONEUS.com to ap-
Line Cook, Prep/Utility. Good money, cas-
ual atmosphere, very busy, great people
to work with. FT/PT. 285-0139.

Seeking personable, reliable person for
front office. Phones, scheduling, insur-
ance. Will train, if highly motivated.
INSURANCE AGENT w/License 220/ 440
needed for established insurance agency
at beaches. M-F, FT/PT. Call 241-0777
ask for Gary.
A.M. Line Cook. Good money, casual at-
mosphere, very busy, great people to
work with. 285-0139.
BEACHES PLUMBING Company seeking
Plumber, well qualified in new construction.
and, remodeling, experience is a must, in-
dividual must have a valid FL DL, benefits
available, Call 247-9848 to schedule an

CONSTRUCTION & Pool Maintenance F/T & PIT Servers. Good money, casual
Clean driving record a must. 246-2455 atmosphere, very busy, great people to
work with. 285-0139.
A/C & Heating company needs Installers BEACHES CAR Wash full time help
& Service Technicians. Top pay & bene- needed, Wages negotiable+ tips. Benefits
fits. Call Rob 509-3062 Avail. Apply in person, 1401 Beach Blvd.

GROWING CHURCH with expanding pro-
grams is seeking a dynamic leader for our
childhood and youth ministries. Hodges
Boulevard Presbyteran Churcn, located in
the midst of one of Jackronvilles lasiest-
growing areas, will embrace the leader-
ship of an individual who believes ministry
to youth and children is vital to the life of
the community. If you have at least 3 5
years experience in leading children/youth
Christian education programs and feel
God calling you to this kind of work, we
would'love to talk with you. We prefer a
college degree or commersurale exper;-
ence. Please send your resume to lee
ion1 @eannhlnk.net. suDject HR Commil-

FIS seeks a driver with 1 year light truck
exp., plus a clean driving record. Back-
ground check req'd. Competitive pay/ ben-
efits & sign on bonus! Apply M-F 8-4 at:
740 10th St. South, Jacksonville Beach,
FL 32250. Ph: 904-247-8899. EOE/
BOOKKEEPER- AB Plant Nursery seeksS
mnuii ltasker Escel prolicienl with strong
accounting background Peacniree exp a
plus. Fax resume to 246-1558 or email au-,

DO you wart 10 join a winning team Don'l
get leh oul Our driver's make $500-700
per weeK. Call 2-19-5151 ask lor Brian or
493-5250 ask lot Tim Collins
BONO'S BBQ in Neptune Beach is ac.
ceptuirg appii:anons ror ail positions. in.
cluding ManagemenI & Pil Cook. FT PT
Apply in person 24prm daily

INFANT CAREGIVER, working w/children
6/mos-12mos. old, experience preferred.
Beaches Academy, 1725 Penman Rd.,
Jax Bch., 246-3885.
Upscale Salon at the Beaches recently
lost two stylist due to family circumstan-
ces. We have a large.amount of walk-in
customers as well as long term clients.
Currently we are unable to maintain serv-
ing both. This is a great opportunity to'
build clients and make money. High com-
mission, flexible hours and great atmos-
phere. Positive antilude and strong work
ethics need appli Call 246.4700
Work at the beach. Handle inbound sales
from advertising and create sales with out-'
bound calls. Must have good relationship
and closing skills: Prospecting evperi.
ence and customer service is a must
along with PC skills and aDilirv to work in-.
dependently.. Earn $65,000 per year
with proper experience. Fax resume .to
241-7333 or email Jennifer at
lennilerw@desenmiicro rel
DIR OF NURSING & RN:- iAu Siris)i
DON needed lor 60.-ed SNF in Nonn Jax
Prior exp in elder care, knowledge of fed-
eral/ state regs, and leadership skills a
must Conlact Joel Clausen, Edgewood
tlursinr Cenier Ph 190ij)76 e7436. Fax
(9047.66-5749 Email clausen isierlinq-
health corn
MEDICAL ASSISTANT. immediate open-
ing lor tast paced IM FP practice Compel.
alive salary & oernelis. Fax resume
19041241-0831. or call (904 2-4 1 .10'35
Cook & Front Dest Clerk Apply in person,
Comlon inn, 1515 Nonh 1st S1. Jax Beachr

CITY of Atlantic Beach. $10.53/hr:,
$421.20/wk., $21,902.40/yr. Responsible
for maintaining' planted materials & land-
scaping within the City. Valid FL Driver's
License. Must be able to obtain First Aid &
CPR cert. within 6 mths. of hire. Applica-
tions accepted until 6/14/06, 800 Seminole
Rd., Atlantic Beach, FL 32233. For more
info call (904)247-5820 or visit
www.coab.us. No smokers/ tobacco
users. Drug testing conducted. EOE.
DRIVERS: HOME every weekend .41
loaded/ .37 empty, .01 loaded miles, tarp
pay. Health, life, dental, 401'K, monthly bo-
nuses, CDL/ A; 1 yr exp. Grayson Mitchell

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

Construction Worker
w/valid Florida Driver's License. Experi-
ence helpful but will train. Good salary &
benefits. Apply at Surfside Pools, 313
Beach Blvd., 246-2666 or fax resume to:
249-8801, e-mail: surfsidepools@aol.com
CARPENTER WANTED For 'remodeling
work. Experienced only. Call 285-8829.
able cleaning help. Residential/Commer-
cial. Call 242-9358,
WORK. 247-0033.

CUSTOMER service & sales w/ exc. com-
munication skills. Full or part time. Base
pius bonus. Fax resume *(904)285-0010
or email im'rjmediaKids com
Scaffold Erectors, Iron Workers, call
249-8147: (
F/T. CUSTOMER Service/Insurance Bill-
ing.-. Must be detailed oriented.,Apply in
person at Medequip. 905 North Third St.
Jax Beach.
LEAD CARPENTER: Experience with
renovation and new construction; salary
position w'benfit package; company vehi-
cle poienilal 904-285-3663.
rhae own tools & Iransponaiion Nealness
& derpendabiry a musI Phone Larry He-
ise Paining. 247-3644
Prelerred PVB Call 285-0023.

Join the crew at The
Boathouse Grill.
*Line Cooks
Wait Staff
Apply In Person M-F 9am 3pm
2321 Beach Blvd.

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Banquet Supervisor.

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Positions Available



* Aarriott.

We offer competitive wages, excellent benefits,
opportunities for advancement and
a caring management staff.
Please apply in person Tuesday-'Fridqy. 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. or by appt.
1000 PGA TOUR Boulevard; Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082
Website: www.sawgrassmarriott.com
Job Hotline: (904) 280-7070

Section Housekeeper

Human Resources Assist.

Room Service Server

Specializing in Com ercial and Residen.
tial Cleaning. Lawn Care, Auto Cleaning,
Window Cleaning,-Janitorial Services, etc.
Call Hermon, 246-4238, 612-1 55.
*. .*.
,PUT ME To Work. I'll clean your house or
office; care for your children while you go
out; water your plants and care for your
cals while you're away. Call Jeannie'
Townsend. 631-1392
SEWING MACHINE Repairs: Complete
tune-up. All makes, -all models, $49.50.
ONSITE HANDYMAN 'Licensed Medical
Pr.-lessional available immediately, Reler.
erncE..a.lailable..CalLMt.i Wn.e 294- 163. _
Specializing in all types of home repairs
20yrs. experience No Jot, Too Small,
Free Estimales Doug Turtle. 446-0051


PADGETTS A/C &. Heating, Inc. Family
owned and operated. When quality and
customer service are demanded call
Travis at 588-5222
Free Estimates. License CAC1814887.

experience. Satisfaction guaranteed. Free
estimates. (904)446-6111.,
We clean everything, carpets, tile and
grout, windows, pressure washing, roof.
cleaning, etc. Package discounts availa-
ble. Call Jonathan 270-1112.
A SPECIAL Touch for your home. No
crews, individual and excellent references.
Licensed Kim 568-4191. '
13 years experience. Reasonable prices,
low minimum rates, weekend appoint-
ments available, (904)525-7419.
ABOVE & Beyond Housekeeping. De-
pendable, detailed cleaning. Licensed, In-
sured, references. Immediate openings.
591-5901, 514-1188.

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COLLEGE: S STUDENT ClEan.ng Ser ,e r -v
lras opening available in your home Ex-
celeri references Call 631-8527.

A PLUS CLEANING. Honest, dependable,
experienced Exceprional service Rea-
sonable prices, greai references Call Kay
w 4Fi)

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

ARE YOUR Invesimenis Relurning 18.:
For -more ",_nlormail..n ple aso I, l,. -;
www ,,ranranrmorinqae co'T anrd 'ciic. or,
mongage investors or call 1904-1448.0155

applications, house allsl Iraining, repairs,
upgrades, websiles. graphics Free phone,
tech: 904-249-3034 or' email:?
callrob@comcasl riel

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this calegorv please call 904-249-9033 or
email classilied@beachesleader corn

.VruSplrtare'Pop up' D. & Cable Secup
W.;ele COMDiTerleriing
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One time or yearly. Licensed, Insured.
Residential, Commercial: 742-6763.
TONY'S LAWr Care 992-8728
ENDLESS SUMMER Lawncare. Free esti-
mates. Professional customer service.
Mowing, edging, weeding, trimming- trees,
shrubs. Licensed & insured. Residential &
commercial. CALL US FIRSTI 270-2664.
sional Lawn & Landscape Maintenance
Co. FREE ESTIMATES. 535-2515.

SOON TO be Florida State student look-
ing to make some' money this summer for
school by. cutting grass. If interested.
please call 483-0059 or 223-5531 ask for
Total Lawn Maintenance. Clean-ups, Sod-
ding, Mulching, Re-planting. Free esti-
mates. 247-3344.
GOT WEEDS? Cheap'Moe'sl Clean-ups,
maintenance. No yard too big or small.

Dependable Quality Service. Reasonable.
rates. 821-0737.
Grading, Lawn Replacements. Spread
Dirt, Gravel, Lime Rock, Mulch, Stone.
Irrigation Repairs. MUCH MORE! Bob,

rales Call Alan 237-531

DAVID S LAWNCARE. Iree esiirrales.
sod work, landscaping, honest & depend-
able R.sideniwaI & Commercial Call Da-
vid 710-1030
Specializing in "Complete Flowerbed
Cleaning and Workover". Call Hermon,
246-4238, 612-1755.

laws, r.e eslirmales. 246 0967

Cleaning Licensed Insured Free Esii-
males Houses de.,ck. walkways drive.
ways paiios 248-962 .
PRESSURE WASHERS lor reni or sale.
Tucker Equipmeni Renlal 246-1330.
Sale rool cleaning Deck & lence
resloranon Pressure washing Licensed &
Insured Call Kevin 994-0045

iree estimates. *wrk guaranteed licensed

Property management latest lor quick
renial,'sale lurn-arounds and custom pain
also Call lor FREE ESTIMATES 497-
2553 or 724-6877 Licensed & Insured
FAST INTERIOR pa;nling. drywall. lex-
lure Specialize in smaller o00 Will work
evenings & weekends Licensed, insured.
reirernces 403-7389
Residential, Commercial.
Licensed, Insured Free Estimates'
1904)723-0092 (904)333-4158

LICENSED PAINT Coniracior will paint
any avg size room $75 t904)613-1271
Email: PerRm75Dollars@aol.com

NEW CONSTRUCTION. remodeling and
tepainl Residential and commercial Men.
tion this ad. 246-1529.
WASHING COMPANY. 15yrs. expen-
ence. Specializing in Beach homes.
221-4117 .

IMPROVEMENTS. Interior/Exterior Paint-
ing, Faux Finishes. Rotten Wood Replace-
ment, Pressure Washing. .(904)894-4257,
NATIVE PAINTER- exceptional residen-
tial/ commercial pressure washing, paint-
ing, drywall crack repair, wall covering, Li-
censed, insured, references, 403-7389,.

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

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

ing. Most residential pools $25/week+
chemicals. Licensed, Insured. We make
your life a little easier. 285-0240.

IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-903,3 or
email: classified@beachesleader.com
mr~m~eh ^I 9 arm"r

HOME IMPROVEMENTS wood, tile -dry-
wall & paint with 40yrs exp. Master car-
penter, Steve 241-7838.
General Contractor. CGC 1505263.
Commercial & Residentlal New homes,
room addilhons, remodeling, stucco,
saying. Ouaiiry Guaranieed Affordable
prices. Free esumaies (904 1234-1179.
RHODES & RHODES Consiruciion Man.
agement Inc Remodeling & renovation
ipecialsis CBC1253C'69 2419.1745

Repairs. specializing in lermiec damage

AU types 0 home repairs.;otten w.:.,od ler.-
mile damage. exierior siding gutners. roof;
leaks, drywall lile. pressure washing
painting and sun decks kilcnhen caobirels
and counter tops All your home needs
Free esitmate, very clean work Call Al
463-1711. Licensed and'insured

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CSJ HANDYMAN 'Services Carpeniry.
Drywall, Painiing, Paperhanging. Tiling.
etc: Licensed, Insured 9550593
dependable for quality repairs service
calls, painting, improvements and miscel-
laneous jobs. DAVE. 246-6628.
Painting, carpentry, water proofing, pres-
sure washing, tile work, drywall.
CRAFTSMAN, ALL types of home repairs.
Professional painting, ceramic tile installa-
tion. Ask for Brett 568-2451.
pairs/low voltage electrical. 30yrs. experi-
ence. Steve 994-6548

ROOF REPAIRS & Re-Roofing. Trust a li-
censed professional. See our ad. under
Remodeling/Construction Neligan .Con-
struction. State Certified Roofer
#CCC1325888. Member BBB 247-3777.
All credit cards accepted.,
ALL Types Roofing & Repairs. 246-5649.
ROOFING. IN-TOWN prices @ the
Beach. 25yrs. experience. 880-9908.
IF YOU are Interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email- classified@beachesleader.com

WOODARD TREE Service. Free esti-
mates, licensed & insured. Call 234-9757.

Maintenance Engineer Dishwasher'

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SALES ADMIN: Professional Admin
w/strong sales background. Handle
quotes, customer service, Install schedule
for 2-3 sales reps. Construction back-
ground a plus. Must have excellent com-
puter skills, degree preferred, 2-3yrs. ex-
perience in fast paced office environment
required.'Jax Beach location. Fax resume
to: 249-8177 or e-mail: sglft@contractcon-
F/T VETERINARIAN Technician & Kennel
technician. Start immediately. Apply at An-
imal Medical Clinic, 8000 Sawgrass Vil-
lage Circle, Ponte Vedra Beach,
HERE'S FRED Golf Co. needs office per-
son, we also need a Screen Printer, (auto-
matic printer) 645-9790, 2205 St. John's
Bluff Rd.
Flexible hours, no weekends, excellent
pay, Transportation & phone 'required.
591-5901, 514-1188..

Lawn service seeks individual. to perform
dependable qualityy work. Excellent pay &
overtime available. Crew Leaders wanted.
Perschel Brothers Services, Inc. 246-
DISPATCH LOAD Coordinator needed for
large flatbed trucking company. Exp. in
transportation necessary. Salary depend-
ent on experience. Health/ Life/ Dental/
401K. Paid vacation/ holiday and more.
Grayson Mitchell Rick 800-434-1882.
SMALL OCEANFRONT Hotel seeking de-
pendable housekeepers .Weekends .re-
quired.' Please apply in person: 120 Atlan-
tic Blvd., Neptune Beach.
HELPER FOR Hardwood floor: Installer.
Must have own transportation. 223-3295.
THE PIE Hole (serves breakfast; lunch
and pizza). Now hiring exp line cooks for
local Mayport Cafe, apply within 1487-9
Mayport Rd. 249-7437.
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offering jobs. They are offering'job-related
services and may charge fees. Readers
are advised to exercise caution oelore giv-
ing creil card inlormanion over ihe phone
arvioul knowing inai specillic produce or
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rol krnowngly accept business opponunry
ads wnicr require you to pay a lee lo get
information or Ihal refer you o1 976-or 900-
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The Beacr.es Leader. 249-9033

ACTIVE lA1NANNY honest. dependable
iransponalion & references $9-$Vl/hr.
any area. CPR & First Aid Fr & PT.

DENTAL PLAN. $11 95 a montr. Free
Vision. Prescription. Criropraciic For
details go to www laurusiegal.com.

HOME CARE. 24hrs My home, or pa-
rent/parents. 25yrs+ experience. Refer-
ences. Please call (904)223-5579,
(904)343-1,881. .
IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please c:ail 904-249-9033 or
email: class,l,ed'_'Deacnesleader.com

CAREGIVER 12YRS experience. Availa-
ble M-F part-time only. Local references.
NURSING ASSISTANT looking for work.
Day or night shift. 543-1860.
STATE Certified HHA/ CNA/ Sitter will
give quality care for elderly In the privacy
of their own home. Call Veronica at 783-
6440 or (904)993-3490.
DEPENDABLE WOMAN available for
house, parent, pet sitting. References.
249-7685, 945-5862
"More than a service, more like a friend."
Transportation to doctor's, shopping, etc.
QUALITY CARE ;from the heart for the
.elderly 2417, Senior Companion 'Services.
(904)220-2311. i

WHITE WHIRLPOOL Stove & over-range
microwave, $200. 25cf side-by-side fridge,
w/icemaker door dispenser,' $200. Remod-
eling., 864-2770.
GIRL'S 24'. light blue Mang.:. bike. $80.
Call 246-0367.
LARGE, BLUE Sectional Sofa/ ottoman,
Hugo's. Originally. $4000. Asking $350.,
2 TWIN Beds w/mattress, oak cannon ball,
$150 for all. Queen Ann coffee table and
end table' $30 ea. Call 285-3188.
$ 75.'sf. 30% incker, still In box Must sell.
AT&T PARTNER phone system. 5 phones
installed for $899. 249-8877.
SCHWINN- MOUNTAIN Bike. girl's 20,
purple. lyi old $125 OBO 246-4104
BEAUTIFUL. SOLID Oak, Antique Roll-lop
Desk. Drawer stacks on bolh sides. Pi-
geon hold compartments & writing side.
boards Very large & neavy Excellent
condition 5690 923-2545
June 3rd and 4th, at Ine Morocco Shrine
3800 SI. Johns Blulf Road (9A) Jackson-
vile. North Florida Arms Collect,..--. Ino
WHIRLPOOL WASHER & Dryer, $75/ea
30 day warianry Deliver. $20 318-8173.
sulle w'side cabinets & Dridge w'mirrors
dresser included Excellent condition
$800 OBO 610-2126
DRESSER W'MIRROR. chest dresser
and nighl siarnd. dove-lailed. in good con-
diion, Imediurn Drown) $400 246-6820.
GOLF CART- Street legal, Ford Tnink
4-sealer. Just serviced new batteries.
Stereo sun racks, neon lignils. purple
sears. $8900 OBO. 246-4104.
A!C UNIT 4 ton unI complete. 2yrs old
Excellent condiTion. $1000 249-3432
RIDING MOWER.$300, runs fine. Steve,
*249-8637. .,.
POTTERY BARN Crib winew manress
and bumper pad. never used, cosi $1000
will sell lor $700 OBO. will deliver
223-4378 or 472-0168.

WHEEL CHAIR. Quickie rigid Irame
w,'swing-away removable ioorrest, E-Z re-
iease arm rest, quick release axles, lubu.
lar tires Excellenl conhilon $600. OBO
KING-SIZE BED. w/wicker headboard.
greal condition $150 Large wooden enter.'
lainmenl center w/mirror and lights $225
LIKE NEW ProForrr XL treadmill and
workoul bench Power incline and security
key I can deliver $300 708-7753.
BLOWER, BACK Pack, by Stihl. Great
shape $200 OBO. 613-1610

doors, interior wood doors, oven, light fix-
tures, etc. All under $50. Call for appt.
PRO-STYLE POOL Table $500. Various
other furniture pieces. Call 249-7926.
MOVING MUST sell, washer/ dryer, six
piece bedroom set, table and 6 chairs,
wall unit. "This End Up" couches, Larry
Champagne Moderne. 5 drawer chest,
needs refinish $500 OBO.
Big 8ft, 3 Bay Sink w/ fixture $500 OBO.
Big 8ft Prep w/ Serve Deck $500 OBO. 3ft
Coffee Prep w/ drain $200 OBO. 5ft Prep
$300 OBO. All stainless. Pkg deal $1000
for all. Call private owner at work
246-0000. .
CLEAN, QUALITY, king size, SertaPerfect
Sleeper, mattress/ box/ frame $150. Can
deliver 246-1832

BLACK PIANO, Young Chang. $1100.
Call 249-0712.

ANTIQUE, SOLID 'Walnut double bed.
Victorian; with matching 50" dresser & full
framed mirror; lots of quality carving.
Circa 1890. $3200. (904)249-4324. Plus,

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

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email: classilled@beachesieader.com
LARGE SET of, Diamond earrings; or dia-
mond necRlace, 1ct plus. 463-050,5.
WANTED SURFBOARD & water skis, Call
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Damage to the former Jacksonville Beach amusement area near the boardwalk as it appeared
after hurricane in 1944. The Beaches Museum and History Center's newest temporary photo-
graphic exhibit titled "Disruption and Destruction: Florida's Hurricanes in the 1920s and 1940s"
depicts the ravages of hurricanes in the First Coast Beaches during the early part of the 20th
century. Photographs will hang in the lobby hallway and portray the destruction caused by the
hurricanes of November 1925, September 1928, October 1944, October 1947 and August 1949.

Beach utility has disaster plan

Despite a myth that the
geography of Northeast
Florida protects it from hurri-
canes, experts say that this
area iN definitely fair game for
"significant" storms.
And Al Sandrik, senior fore-
caster with the National
Weather Service's Southern
Region in Jacksonville, points
to the history of tropical
storms in the'area as the rea-
son why.
"When you go back into the
1900s, it was very, very
active," Sandrik said of signifi-
cant hurricanes which affect-
ed Northeast Florida and
coastal Georgia. ,
"If it happened then, there's
absolutely no physical reason
that prevents a major storm
from coming in the 21st cen-
A few years ago Sandrik
headed up a study of the his-
tory of storms in the area. The
research chronologicalIl listed
tropical storms affecting the
North Florida and Coastal
Georgia areas from 1565 to
1899- -........ --
The study, shows numerous
"major hurricanes" Category
3 or greater which had "sig-
nificant impactLon the coasts
of Northeast Florida and
In particular, several storms
between 1893 and 1898
caused major damage to the
area, he said.
Sandrik points to a major
hurricane in October of 1898
as causing "8 feet to 10 feet of
storm surge in Jacksonville
Beach." The study likens the
effects of that 1898 storm to
Hurricane Hugo in 1989,
which heavily damaged
Charleston S.C. in 1989.
"They [storm surges] were
enough to cause significant
impact in Jacksonville Beach,"
Sandrik said.
Sandrik says, however, that

have been
"quiet" in
S\ the 20th
tells us
!' \ that a sig-
n \ nificant
*'. rsi h shou Il d
occur [in
the Northeast Florida area]
about three times in a centu-
ry," he said.
"So, certainly we should see
one every 33 years. And it's
been 42 years since Hurricane
Dora [hit the First Coast]."
But Sandrik and other
weather experts do admit that
the "curvature" and location
of Northeast Florida does
"provide some favorable geog-
raphy" in relation to storms.
Mark Collins, a meteorolo-
gist for First Coast News in
Jacksonville, said that the
shape and location "does
help" sort of.
"That [the curvature] does
come: into play," Collins said.
"We're kind of in a safety
zone. But it's not just
Jacksonville. There are a lot of
places in Florida that are more
immune to hurricanes."
Collins said, however, that
no place is truly immune to
Ironically, however, it is
that curvature in Northeast
Florida which will actually
increase the intensity of a
storm if one does hit, said
"The curvature ensures
that storm surges will be
much more significant when
it does hit," he said. And he
says history tells us that will
"If those storms can occur
in the 1800s and Dora in
1964, then there is absolute-
ly nothing stopping it from
happening in the 21st
Century," he said.

With hurricanes comes the.
promise of extensive power
outages as tropical winds and
rain uproot utility poles and
blow out electrical grids.
The 32,000 customers of
Beaches Energy Services will
likely experience a power fail-
ure during a hurricane,
Jacksonville Beach Assistant
tity Manager Roy Paxson said,
because city officials will often
make the call to shut down
power before the storm can.

"It depends on the magni-
tude of the storm," Paxson
said. "During a significant
storm system, it only helps us
to turn things off.".
Paxson said officials consid-
er wind speeds when deciding
whether to manually cut
power. If a tree is felled on an
active power line, crews are
less able to remove the debris
and establish power.
If the power is off, Paxson
said crews can easily get the
tree, off the line to restore serv-
Winds below 45 mph will

usually allow utility crews to
maintain service, he said.
"If it is just a glancing blow,
,we do the best we can to ride it
out," he said. "Once the winds
get above 45 mph, it's danger-
ous for crews to keep things
In -a major hurricane,
Paxson said emergency crews
will "batten down the hatches
and hunker down with the rest
.of the crews until the winds

See UTILITY, page 2

The former Jacksonville Beach pier at 6th Avenue South is
destroyed during Hurricane Floyd in 1999.

Emergency preparedness focuses on evacuation here

This colorful pole two blocks
off toe beach shows where
water levels could reach
during a hurricane's storm
surge. Cherry Jones, 5-feet
tall, is barely above where
water would be in a
Category 2 hurricane. The
top shows water levels in a
Category 5 hurricane.

A mandatory evacuation is
issued to ensure the safety of
"residents living in the path of
hurricane destructive. ,
But who decides when and
where to issue an evacuation?
Officials with the Emergency
Operations Center make the
final determination and all.
evacuations are issued county-
wide by Jacksonville Mayor
John Peyton.
"Mavor Pevton does it as a
county function. We don't do it
city by city," Jacksonville Beach
Mayor Fland Sharp said, refer-
ring to the heads of the three
Beaches cities.
"You've got to take the best

If residents refuse to
leave, law enforcement
officers will ask for
information to contact
next of kin and ask the
residents to write their
Social Security number
on their arms in indeli-
ble ink to simplify the
identification process.

professional information you
can. What else are you going to
Sharp and Jacksonville Beach
Fire Chief Gary Frazier will join
operations at the EOC in the

event of a hurricane, along with
the officials from Neptune
Beach and Atlantic Beach.
Other city officials, depart-
ment heads and staff will estab-
lish headquarters at the Avenues
Mall on Southside Boulevard to
monitor the path of an
approaching storm'.
Using data collected from var-
ious storm models, emergency
management officials track the
projected path of a hurricane,
the sustained wind speeds and
potential storm surge.
Frazier said that if an evacua-
tion is ordered, even for a cate-
gory 1 storm, the order will
apply to all of the barrier island.

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Reentry passes

available now

Residents east of Intracoastal

Waterway can obtain pass

from Beaches government

offices to speed return home

after a hurricane hits

by LAURA FOWLER Jacksonville Beach Fire Chief
by LAURA FOWLER Gary Frazier said.that St. Johns
STAFF WRITER County residents will be
After a strong storm, roads admitted back into the
and bridges can be damaged Beaches via any of the
and blocked with debris, Beaches. bridges, but
which can prevent res- suggested Butler
idents from making a Boulevard might
quick return to their be more conven-
homes. ','"., ,,. ient. He said,
To quicken the mc.. a,. i fri St
r .... j.m,,p deputies from St.'
trip home, residents .S Johns County
who live east of the will work with
Intracoastal pc Beach police
Waterway can pick departments.
up green residential Beaches fesi-
passes that hang dents should also
from the rearview take their re-entry'
mirror. passes with them.
The pass allows The passes will
residents and busi- Resident The passes wil
residents and busi- expedite return to
ness owners to the barrier island"
return to properties A after a storm.
east of the They are available
Intracoastal in the year-round at city.
event that streets halls at the Beaches and at the
are too damaged to allow just c6un~ annex in Ponte Vedra
anyone to travel freely. Beach.' Be prepared to show
Ray Ashton, with St. Johns identification and proof of res-
County Emergency Services, idency to secure a pass. Police,
said re-entry to areas east of advise keeping a pass in the
the Intracoastal may some- glove compartment of each
times be limited only to resi- car.
.dents in order to prevent too The passes do not expire.
much traffic on damaged Jacksonville Beach police
streets and to keep' out sight- officer Steve Corbitt said re-
seers who may just want to entry passes are key for emer-
explore the damage. agency management officials to
If available, police officers identify Beaches residents try-
will be checfang to make sure iing to return home after a hur-
each person crossing the a ne h
Intracoastal is a resident of The inability to get back to
that area. k l their homes. makes people
Ashton said Jacksonville mad. The passes are simple,"
Beach residents may or may he said, noting that a driver's
not be allowed to cross the license will also work but will
Intracoastal Waterwa\y in St. slow traffic
Johns County. He suggested after a hurricane it'llbe 100
that Jacksonville Beach resi- degrees, muggy and nasty -
dents try tb get across the don't be stuck in traffic," he
Intracoastal using Dual said.
County bridges. said.

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Evacuation Routes
Duval County:
North of Atlantic Boulevard
Use Wonderwood Expressway or drive south and turn'
right on to Atlantic Boulevard, proceed to State Route 9A
across the Dames Point Bridge.
Between Atlantic and Beach Boulevard
Drive south and turn right onto Beach Boulevard, pro- '
ceed to Hart Expressway to Interstate 95 to Interstate 10
or points westward.
Between Beach and J. Turner Butler Boulevard
Drive south and turn right onto J. Turner Butler
Boulevard, proceed to Interstate 95 'or points westward.
St. Johns County (See map, page 9)
Ponte Vedra Beach/Sawgrass:
North on State Road A1A, turn left onto J. Turner Butler
Boulevard, proceed to Interstate 95 or points westward.
Palm Valley area:
Proceed southeast to County Road 210, proceed to
Interstate 95 or points westward.
On coast halfway between Mickler's Landing and South
Ponte Vedra Beach:
North on State Road A1A, turn left onto J. Turner Butler
Boulevard, proceed to Interstate 95 or points westward.
On Coast from South Ponte Vedra Beach to Vilano
South on State Road A1A, turn right and proceed west
across Vilano Bridge, continue west on State Route 16 to
Interstate 95 or points westward.
Drivers may use the most convenient route, but police will
reroute traffic if accidents or other events snarl traffic.

Prioo Dy STAFF
The Beach Boulevard drawbridge in Jacksonville Beach at
the Intracoastal Waterway was the only bridge to the barrier
island that remained open to traffic in 2004 after winds over
45 mph from hurricanes offshore caused public safety
authorities to close all of the other bridges, which have a
higher profile. The bridge is being replaced this year with
higher concrete spans. State and county officials have not
explained how evacuation will proceed if all of the bridges
are high profile and pre closed when high winds blow as
storms approach.

New study to estimate

evacuation may take

up to 60 hours for'

Beaches residents

Heading into a "very
active" hurricane season,
drivers evacuating on County
Road 210 the only west-
bound hurricane evacuation
route .out of Ponte Vedra
Beach will be slowed by-
construction along the road.,
And even without the con-
struction, a new study is
expected to more than dou-
ble the number of hours used
as an estimate for evacuating
the barrier islands in
Northeast Florida.
Ray Ashton,, director of
emergency management for
St. Johns County, said that
based on a 1998 study, the
official estimate of evacua-
tion time. from the -barrier
islands has stood at 18 to 20
The new study, expected to
be released soon, "is going to
be 40 to 60 hours," Ashton
The estimate is changing
largely because of increased
development in Florida in the
past few years and because.
South Florida evacuees can be
expected to jam the road-
ways, Ashton said.


Cont. from page 1
The work begins days before
a projected hurricane strike..
Crews top off water tanks, set
up additional pumps at lift sta-"
tions and pump down storm
retention areas.
Utility crews remain on
standby to restore power
quickly in the event of an out-
age and Beaches city officials'
prearrange service with debris
removal ,contractors to dear,
out any potential storm rem-.
Beaches Energy Service
employees, living in Neptune
Beach, Jacksonville Beach and
Ponte V\edra Beach are
assigned bucket trucks to take.
home to lessen the time it
takes to react in an emergency.
Atlantic Beach residents get
their electricity from JEA.
In September 2004,
Hurricane Jeanne passed west
of the city leaving a trail of
debris, minimal power outages
and scattered damages
throughout the Beaches.
Jacksonville Beach residents
experienced only minor and
temporary power outages.
Beaches Energy Service crews
worked 24-hour shifts to
maintain services.
"Although we had numer-
ous reported outages, the aver-
age time without power was
around one hour," according
to a city-issued release.
Fallen tree limbs were most-
ly responsible for the scattered
In the Palm Valley area, a
crewman was descending in a
bucket truck 'after replacing a
fuse when another limb came
down and knocked out power
Extended power outages can
produce greater complications
including the higher probabil-

Meanwhile, construction
of Nocatee Parkway along
County Road 210 west of the
Intracoastal Waterway will
add to evacuation time this
Work on the parkway, the
major road through the
mixed-use development of
Nocatee west of Ponte Vedra,
has led to lower speed limits
and rerouting of traffic.
Ashton and Joe
Stephenson, director of
Public Works for St.: Johns
County, advise residents to'
leave early if using 210 to
evacuate or take a different
Stephenson said eastbound
lanes will not be opened to
westbound traffic because all
entrances and exits on the
road would have to be closed.
Also, emergency vehicles
would be unable to travel
Stephenson said leaving
early is the only option for
residents .who wish to avoid
the bottleneck at the Nocatee'
construction just west of: the
Intracoastal Waterway.'

ity of sewage backups and
During Frances in 2005,
Jacksonville Beach ,crews were,
forced to constantly rotate,
rented pumps throughout the
"Luckily, we made it by the
skin of our teeth," Forbes said.
"As a city, we would not want
to press our luck against a hur-
ricane." '
Paxson said city officials
must reestablish electrical-
service bjr priority. The hospi-
tal and government buildings
are considered top priority.
Water and sewer plants
must also be up and running
to allow residents to to be self-
Last year, Jacksonville Beach
officials stepped up storm
preparations by installing new
generators at two sewage lift
stations after the five near-
miss hurricanes of 2004 tested
the capabilities of the city's 35
lift stations.
Only 10 of the stations are
equipped with generators to
reinstate lost power and main-
tain sewage flow.
At wastewater plants a storm
brings high flows and pumps
are operated to prevent water
from infiltrating into sanitary
. The city will piggyback on a
$83,738 contract.with JEA to
purchase a 25-kilowatt genera-
tor to power Lift Station 6 at
Sandra Drive and a 50-kilowatt
standby generator for Lift
Station 18 in the 900 block of
22nd Street N.
"Like additional pumps, we
can never have enough gener-
ators. This is getting us more
prepared in case of a bad storm
system which I pray doesn't
happen," City Manager
George Forbes said.

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I learned value

of evacuating

when I stayed

home for Floyd
I was still in my 20's in 1999
when Hurricane Floyd
threatened to beat the pants
off the Beaches' coastline.
Holding a hurricane party
while in the threat of immi- 1
nent disaster is not smart deci-
sion-making I know that
now, but not then.
Then I did not think about
leaving my Neptune Beach :
Not when I was old enough f 'i
to understand the unpre- LIZA V. MITCHELL
dictable- temper of Mother STAFF WRITER
Not when my father called, It wasn't the first time
pleading with me, then order- experienced a hurricane
ing me to get in the car and get candlelight. I was 7 when r
on the interstate., family left for Savaiinah
Not even when a uniformed driving rain as the eye
police officer struggling to Hurricane David bore down
right himself against the wind Hilton Head Island in 1979.
gusts knocked at my door to I wasn't scared until I sawy
inform me of the mandatory McDonald's manager, who v
evacuation did I budge. a mountain of a man, cry
I had everything I needed to fear as he pulled the hurrica
ride out the storm. I had plen- shutters closed in preparati
ty of candles and a flashlight, of the storm.
The fridge was stocked with Our hotel room was on t
enough beer and sandwich fix- first floor and the water fr<
ings to last the weekend. the overflowing pool lapped
And I had an accomplice the sliding glass door. I A
willing to participate in my grateful when the power wi
hurricane antics. It was all a out so I wouldn't have
.big hoot when the wind top- watch the red of the sto
pled us like sandcastles at high crawl across the radar screen
tide. I cowered beneath the s
The waves were monstrous hotel covers and watched ht
and the ocean roared with a trees seemingly made of rub
sound likened to that of an bend and buckle under 1
approaching tornado. Sand weight of the storm.
stung our skin like millions of Years later as Floyd loome
angry bullets. It was great fun. remembered those trees as t
Or so we thought. massive oaks that o01
We tried to drive through appeared so grand stand
the Beaches to witness the watch in my small back
impending doom but it was threw menacing shadows
becoming too hard to steer my walls in their fitful danc
against Floyd's force.. Branches of one of
Beach foam filled .the old biggest oaks slammed rele
pier parking lot at 6th Avenue lessly against the wall direct
,South and we waded in up to outside' my bedroom. ,
our knees, just in time to see To this day I don't kn
the wooden icon spill into the how the block frame of
sea. tiny apartment withstood st

Screaming into fhe wind was a fierce pounding. But it did.
useless. There was no way to As history tells, Hurricane
hear above the unfolding hell. Floyd narrowly skirted the
We drove home breathless, coast and spared the Beaches
covered in sand and salt and .the anguish of disaster.
fearing what was still to come. Trees fell, signs shattered,
The streets were deserted, streets flooded and the pier
like a ghost town. Traffic lights washed out.to sea.. But no lives
swung precariously above the were lost. .....
empty streets. No cars, no peo- I am older now and a parent.
pie, no one to help us. I still make mistakes now and
Unwilling to show my then but I know when the time
defeat, I put on a brave face, comes to evacuate, I will make
cracked a fresh beer and turned every effort to get me and my
on the television to learn my, son far out of harm's way.
fate. Floyd, the news anchor Evacuating, is scary and the
said grimly, was coming. uncertainty is overwhelming,
If landfall came as predicted, not knowing what you will
Floyd would arrive around 5 find when you are ,able to
a.m. We fina ly lost power, ren- return home. But sitting in the
during it impossible to count it dark, hoping the roof holds, is
down. I lit candles so I could one feeling I don't plan to
glance nervously at my watch., experience again.


Cont. from page 1
Those who choose not to
evacuate will be advised they
will be on their own, as police
and firefighters will leave
until the storm passes.
Neptune Beach Police Chief
David Sembach said police
can not force someone from a.
home to evacuate, but he said&
anyone remaining here will
,be advised to provide infor-
mation on a next of kin arid
mark a Social Security num-
ber on his or her arm.
In the event of an evacua-
tion, municipal files, records,
computers and any other
equipment -are also trans-
ferred to the mall's parking
garage for storage until the
storm passes; .'
"That is the highest section
.of ground," Sharp said. "The
garage is the safest place you

can be. We will remove equip-'
ment, everything we can pos-
sibly take we will roll in there.
We will be all geared up to get
off the Beach."
Sharp, Neptune Beach
Mayor Dick Brown and
Atlantic Beach Mayor Don
Wolfson will stay in contact
with each other and depart-
ment heads in each city via
satellite phones. ,.
In the wake of a hurricane,
search and rescue recovery
will be the top priority.
Restoring electric, sewer and
water 'utilities will be con-
ducted, simultaneously.
Each Beach municipality.
will be responsible for direct-
ing its own recovery efforts
through the EOC to enable
the use of county, state and,
federal assistance resources.

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has begun.

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History of Hurricanes

at the Beaches

The Jacksonville Beaches have not suffered a direct hit from a hurri-
cane, but it has been nicked by several glancing blows over the years.
In October 1898, a hurricane that made landfall in Fernandina Beach
caused $500,000 in damage, according to "Florida Hurricanes and
Tropical Storms" by John. M. Williams and Iver W. Duedall.

Earlier that same year, a hurricane that killed 12 people and affected the Apalachicola area,
caused a 10.8-foot storm surge in Fernandina Beach.
The first storm, to affect the Jacksonville Beaches in a residual way, made landfall in the
Sarasota-Tampa area in 1925. .II '
The Category 1 storm caused 50 deaths and $1.6-million in damages to the Tampa Bay area.
The storm's outer bands brought high winds to Jacksonville Beach, toppling a wooden roller
coaster on the boardwalk.
In 1928, a.Category 4 storm (hurricanes were not given names until 1950) that affected the
Palm Beach and Lake Okeechobee area caused more than 1,800 deaths and $26 million in dam-
The roller coaster in Jacksonville Beach suffered additional damage as did several wood-
framed homes, including a well-known boarding house.
The coaster was rebuilt, but realtor H.B; Daniels placed the heavily-damaged "Georgia House"
up for sale "at a bargain" price, according to a 1928 photo.
In 1944, a Categor) 3 storm that hit Sarasota with 163 mph peak winds, causing 18 deaths
and $582 million in damages, caused a storm surge of 12.3,feet in the Jacksonville area.

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Are you wondering what to bring, and generally whatto do
in case a hurricane is approaching? Here are a few
reminders and essentials for weathering the storm.

Always have a plan
Prepare a family communication
plan: Designate an out-of-town
friend or relative as your family
contact in the event you are sep-
arated from family members. All
family members should carry a
list of all contact information,
including e-mail addresses in
; case phones do not work.

Disaster Supply Kit
Water at least 1 gallon daily per
'person for 3 to 7 days
Food at least enough for 3 to 7
non-perishable packaged or
canned food / juices
foods for infants or the elderly
snack foods
non-electric can opener
cooking, tools / fuel.
paper plates / plastic utensils
blankets / pillows,. etc. .
clothing seasonal / rainr gear/.
sturdy shoes
Be sure to replace stored food
and water every six months.

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First Aid / Medicines
* prescription medications in their
original bottle (two week supply
at least), plus copies of the pre-
* eyeglasses (with a copy of the
* small cooler for Insulin (if need-
* special items for babies and
the elderly '
* toiletries hygiene items
* bug repellent
* moisture wipes
* matches in waterproof contain-


Take important papers in a waterproof
* driver's license or personal identification
' Social Security card
* proof of residence (deed or lease)
* insurance policies with contact info
* birth and marriage certificates
* stocks, bonds and other negotiable cer-
* wills, deeds and copies of recent tax
* medical records
* family photos and irreplaceable items
* videotape of valuables



Items for return home
Tools keep a set with you dur-
ing the storm
* Duct tape, plastic sheeting,
garbage bags
* Fire extinguishers (test and
recharge them according to manu-
facturer's instructions)

Plan for your pet
* Proper ID / immunization records
" Ample supply of food and water
* A carrier or cage
* Medications
* Muzzle and leash

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American Red Cross preparedness guide for hurricane season

What To Do Now
Read this guide carefully.
> Decide where you plan to go if you are requested to
evacuate. You may go to a hotel or motel, stay with
friends or relatives in a safe location or go to a Red Cross
> Put together your disaster supplies kit as recommended ini
this guide.
> Plan for pets. Pets are not allowed in public shelters. If
you need to make arrangements for your pet, contact your
vet, local SPCA or Humane Society.

When the Storm AppiPoaches
> Listen for weather ...
Updates. Hurricanes are
unpredictable, so remain
Have your car ready.
Check gas, oil, water and
Check your emergency
evacuation supplies.
0 Board up or put storm
shutters on windows.
When windows break,
homes are destroyed.
> Clear your yard of loose
objects, bicycles, lawn
furniture, trash cans, etc.
> Secure your boat. Remember that most drawbridges and
swing bridges will be closed to all boat traffic after the
evacuation order Is Issued.
> Leave swimming pools filled. Super-chlorinate the water
and cover pump and filtration systems and Intakes.

If You Can Stay Home
> Obtain and mark clean containers for storing water. You
should have a minimum of one gallon per person per day
for seven days.
': Obtain a week's supply of non-perishable foods. Don't
forget a non-electric can opener.
S I,> Check your disaster supplies kit.
> Be a good friend. Offer your home as shelter to friends or
relatives who live in vulnerable areas or mobile homes.
Stay inside, away from windows.
D. Wait for official word that the danger is over. Don't be
fooled by the storm's calm eye.

Ii a Warning Has Been Issued
S n the event of a hurricane ,,
warning for this area, your
Jocal TV will provide
frequent updates about the ,
storm as well as advice
from local officials. Keep
listening to local radio and
television for information, as __. _.
the Intensity and the path of -.. .,.
the hurricane can change .
quickly, and without notice.

it you Must Evacuate
lP Pack what you will need,
I Turnr off water and electricity at the main valve, breakers or

El Store one gallon of water per person per day
(two quai-ters for drinking, two quarts for food
D Keep at least a three-day supply of waterTor
each person in your household

0 Ready-to-eat canned meats, fruits and
12 Canned juices, milk, soup
El Staples: sugar, salt, pepper
El High-energy foods: peanut butter, jelly,
crackers, granola bars, trail rnix
El Vitamins '
El Food for Infants, elderly persons or persons on
special diets
0 Comfort/etress foods, cookies, hard candy,
sweetened cereals, lollipops, instant coffee, tea

Tools and supplies
02 Mess kite, or paper cups, plates and plastic
1 Emergency preparedness manual
2 Battery-operated radio and extra batteries
O Flashlight and extra batteries
Cash or traveler's checks, change
Non-electric can opener, utility knife
El Fire extlngulsher: small canister, ABC :type
El Tube tent
El Pliers
El Tape
Dl Compass
12 Matches In a waterproof container
1 Aluminum foil, plastic storage containers
0 Signal flare
El Paper, pencil, needles, thread and medicine
1 Shut-off wrench (to turn off household gas and
Keep disaster checklist in

I-Turn off propane gas tanks that serve individual appliances
like a stove or grill. Do not turn off natural gas unless
local officials. advise to do so.

After a Storm
p Have valid Identification. You will not be allowed back Into
your area unless you can show proof of residency.
lStay at home and avoid sightseeing, which can Impede
emergency and recovery response from officials.
l Beware of snakes, insects and animals driven to higher.
' Avoid downed or dangling utility wires.
P-Enter your home with caution.
I Be cautious with fires. Do not strike matches until you are
certain there are no gas leaks.
S.If a power outage occurs, turn off or disconnect all motor-
'driven appliances and fixtures to avoid damage from
sudden surges when power Is restored.

*D Whistle
El Plastic sheeting
El Map of area (for locating shelters)
.pl y charged cell phone and extra batteries

D Toilet paper, towelettes, soap, liquid detergent,
feminine supplies, personal hygiene items,
plastic garbage bags, ties (for personal
sanitation uses), plastic bucket with. tight lid,
disinfectant and household chlorine bleach

Clothing and bedding
[] Sturdy shoes or work boots and rain. gear
12 Hat and gloves, thermal underwear arid
E Blankets or sleeping bags

Special items
For baby:
El Formula, diapers, bottles, powd nred rilk and
For adults: .
El Heart and high-blood pressure medlcatlih,
insulin, prescription drugs, denture needs,
contact, lenses and supplies, extra eye&ese, ..
entertainment games and books aid Iprtant
family documents
Keep these records In a waterpro a
El Will, Insurance policIGe; contra see ..;
stocks and bonds
E2 Passports, Social Securlit~cards. JmmuTizaton"
record :. '
El Bank account numbers and companies, credit
card account numbers .ahd:comales ..
E2 Inventory of valuable household goods,
Important telephone. number ..
12 Family records (birth, marriage. ddath
your disaster' supplies kit. .

P Avoid using candles, as they may result in fire. Use a
flashlight. '
0 Fill clean containers with water for drinking and cooking.
Store water in a bathtub for washing and to flush toilets.
O Turn the refrigerator and freezer controls to the coldest
To keep spoiling and thawing of food to a minimum, open
the refrigerator or freezer as seldom as possible during a
blackout. Food will stay frozen for up to 48 hours If a
freezer is full and tightly packed and the door Is kept
closed. Food In a partly filled freezer may keep for 24
I Fill empty freezer spaces with reusable Ice containers, or
fill empty milk containers about four-fifths full of water, cap
the containers loosely and place In empty space.
l If food in freezer does defrost, use It within one or two
days. Never refreeze food that has thawed completely.
How do you tell If food has gone bad? The rule of thumb
is, "If. in doubt, throw It out!"

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1. Before a Hurricane Threat

Locate where you live and of roofs, needed to make your
your evacuation level. 'home safer. Contract a profes-
Determine if, when, and by sional engineer, licensed con-
'what route you would have tractor or architect to inspect
to evacuate. Remember; all your home for structural
' mobile home residents must integrity.
evacuate, regardless of loca- Make plans to buy materials
tion. (plywood, shutters, protective
Decide where you would go window film, nails, etc.j to
if ordered to evacuate, and- protect your home before a
plan your route.I f you are storm threatens.
going to leave the region or Purchase a battery-powered
go to a motel, you must leave weather alert radio.
early. Inventory your property la
Put together your disaster videotape is excellent). Store
supplies kit. with insurance papers and
Tack down loose roofing other important papers in a'
and siding, and trim dead bro-1 safe place. Consider sending a
ken limbs from the trees copy to a relative out of the
around your home. area.
Make minor improvements, Make a visual or written
such as bracing the gable ends 'record of all of your house-

2. Under a Hurricane Watch

If the Beaches. are placed:
under a, Hurricane Watch by
the National Hurricane Center
it means hurricane conditions.
are considered a real possibili-
Listen, for weather updates
on local stations and on NOAA
SWeather Radio. Don't trust
rumors, and stay tuned.to the
latest information.
-Review disaster plans' with
your family. If you don't have a
Plan, make one. r
Check your .disaster supplies
kit. Obtain any needed items.
Gather important papers
(insurance, titles, deeds, birth
certificates, pet vaccination
records, prescriptions, etc.).
Valuable or irreplaceable
objects that cannot be evacuat-
ed should be placed in water-
tight containers or sealed in
plastic bags.
Refill prescriptions and
obtain an adequate (two-week
minimum) supply of baby
food, diapers and sanitary

needs., Maintain at least a'. two-
week supply of these items and
non-perishable food during
hurricane season. Make sure
you have manual can opener.
Clear yard of potential flying
debris, e.g. lawn furniture, pot-
ted plants, bicycles and trash'
Protect your windows and
glass doors. Brace double entry
and garage doors at the top
and bottom. If you have hurri-
cane shutters, make sure they
are working and that you have
the material to install them.
Fill your car's gas tank and
check oil, water and tires iGas
pumps don't operate without
Secure or evacuate your boat
early. Some drawbridges
including Beach Boulevard at
Intracoastal Waterway, Ortega
River, Heckscher Drivel on
evacuation routes will be
locked down and closed to
boat traffic after an evacuation
is ordered.


hold possessions. Record
model and serial numbers.
This list could help you prove
the value of what you owned
if those possessions are dam-
aged or destroyed, and can
help you claim deductions on
Do this for all items in your
home, including expensive
items such as sofas, chairs,
tables, beds, chests, wall units
and any other furniture too
heavy to move.
Make sure your address is
clearly marked on your house.
Whether you rent or own
your home, review your insur-
ance policies with your agent.
Consider purchasing flood
insurance if needed.

Leave your swimming pool
filled and super-chlorinated.
Cover your filtration system.
Get cash. Banks and ATMs,
will not operate without elec-
tricity and few stores will be
able to accept credit cards.
Animal owners should make
any special preparations for
evacuation or care that their
particular animal may require.
Pets should be evacuated with
their owners or boarded at a
veterinarian with adequate

facilities. Large and exotic ani-
mals should be evacuated
early, out of the threatened
Move objects that may get
damaged by wind or water to
safer areas of your home. Move
television sets, computers,
stereo and electronic equip-
ment, and easily moveable
appliances like a microwave
oven, to tougher levels of your
home and away from win-
dows. Wrap them in sheets,
blankets or burlap.

3. Under Hurricane Warning

Gather portable radio, flash-
light and fresh batteries, and
other 'elements of your disaster
Secure boats. Photograph
and/or videotape boats and
-yachts after they are secured.-as
"proof that prudeht'and tr'ea6n-
able care was taken to protect
the property. If possible, also
take pictures of neighboring
boats to document how they
were secured.
Store drinking water in
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If this area is placed under a
Hurricane Warning by the
National Hurricane Center, it
means winds of at least 74 miles
per hour, high water and storm
surge6are expected in a specific
area within a 24-hour period.
Listen to weather updates and
stay informed.
Once this warning has been
issued, your family should be in
the process of completing pro-
tective actions and deciding the
safest location to be during the
Leave trees and shrubs
alone. If you did not already cut
away dead or diseased branches
or limbs from trees and shrubs,
leave them alone. Local rubbish
collection services will not have
time before the storm to pick
anything up.
Look for potential hazards.
Look for unripened fruit, and
other objects in trees around
your property that could blow
or break off and fly around in
high .,winds. Cut them off and
store, them indoors until the
storn is over.
Turn off electricity and
water. Turn off electricity at the
main fuse or breaker, and turn
off water at the main valve.
Turn off propane gas service.
Propane tanks often become dis-
lodged in disasters.

4. :If ordered to leave

During a Hurricane Watch
Sor Hurricane Warning, state
and local Civil Defense and
disaster preparedness officials
will analyze hurricane fore-
cast information and use
computer simulations to
determine when to Order an
evacuation. .
* An evacuation order may be
given locally while the' sun is
shining. This is because local
Civil Defense and disaster
preparedness officials must
move all vulnerable residents
to safety prior to the arrival of
high winds or the flooding of

5. When the,

storm hits

As the storm passes, there will
be a calm period, or lull, known
-as the "eye" of the hurricane,
lasting from several minutes, to a
half hour or more. Wind and;
rain may cease completely, but
the storm has not passed.
At -the. other side of the eye,
the winds rise very rapidly once
again to hurricane force and
come from the opposite direc-
tion. Wait for official word that
it is safe before going outside.
Continue listening to local
radio or television stations or a
NOAA Weather Radio for infor-
mation and instructions.

clean containers.
Turn the refrigerator and
freezer to the coldest settings if
not instructed by officials to
turn off utilities.
Evacuate if you live in the fol-
An area that will be subject-
ed to storm-surge.
A mobile home or substan-
dard house.
An area that has suffered
from repeated flooding in the

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Cover the outside of windows with shutters or plywood. Mike
Booth installs boards during a previous storm.

roadways. ,
If ordered to evacuate,
secure the home. and leave
Those who evacuate should
secure the house as if leaving'
on vacation.
Shtt off gas valves. '
Pull the main electrical
power switch.
Turn off the main water,
pipe.. .
Take important papers,
'such as insurance policies,
along. Backup your computer.
iSee lists on page 4 for
information on what to take.)

Photo by Liza Mitchell
Beach residents wait for the
draw bridge of Beach
Boulevard to open after evacu-
ating for Hurricane Floyd in
September 1999.

6. When the

storm ends

If you evacuated, return
home when local officials tell
you it is safe. Local officials on
the scene are your best source of
information on accessible areas
and passable roads.
Stay alert for extended rain-
fall and subsequent flooding,
even after the hurricane or trop-
ical storm has weakened.
Hurricanes may stall or change
direction when they make land-
fall, or they may bring a lot of
rain upriver, causing additional
flood hazards for hours or days
after the storm.
Stay away from flood waters.
Drive only if absolutely neces-
sary and avoid flooded roads
and washed-out bridges.
Continue to follow all flood
safety messages. Flood waters
may last for days following a
hurricane. Never try to walk,
swim or drive through such
swift water. If it is moving swift-
ly, even water six inches' deep
can.sweep you off your feet, and
two feet can carry away most
Avoid disaster areas. Your
presence might hamper rescue
and other emergency opera-
tions, and put you at further
Avoid loose or dangling
power lines; immediately report
them to the power, company,
police or fire department.

7. Back at home

Return to homes and other buildings during
daylight hours and be alert for structural or elec-
trical damages or gas leaks. Be extremely careful
inside your home. The potential for collapse may
exist. If you're told by authorities to stay out, stay,
Electrical equipment should be checked ano
dried before being returned to service. Call an
electrician for advice before using electricity,
which may have received water damage.
Stay out of the building if water remains
around the building. Flood waters often under-
mine foundations, causing buildings to sink,
floors to crack, or walls to collapse.
Wear sturdy shoes. The most common injury
following a disaster is cut feet.
Use battery-powered lanterns or flashlights
when examining buildings.
Inspect foundations for cracks or other dam-
age. Cracks and damage to a foundation can ren-
der a building uninhabitable.
Look for fire hazards. Do not strike a match or
use a flame until positive that there is no gas leak.
Check for gas leaks. If you smell gas or hear a
blowing or hissing noise, leave. Turn off the gas,
using the outside main valve if you can, and call
the gas company from a neighbor's home.
Look for electrical system damage. If you see
sparks or broken or frayed wires, or if you smell
burning insulation, turn off the electricity at the
main fuse box or circuit breaker.
Stay away from downed power lines.
Check for sewage and water line damage. If
you suspect sewge lines.are-damaged, avoid sing
the toilets' and call a plumber. It water pipes are
damaged, avoid using water from the tap.
Don't assume your water is safe after a severe
storm. Water supplies can.become tainted. If you


don't know if the water is safe,'boil it before you
,use it for anything (brushing teeth, cooking,
drinking, bathing, etc.).
Watch out for animals, especially poisonous
snakes, that may have come into buildings with'
the flood ivaters. Use a stick to poke through
debris. Remove any carcasses to avoid attracting
Take pictures of the damage, both of the build-
ing and its contents, for insurance claims.
Open windows and doors to ventilate and dry
your home.
Check refrigerated food for spoilage.
Service damaged septic tanks, cesspools, pits
and leaching systems as soon as possible.
Use the telephone only for emergency calls.
Telephone lines are frequently o\ernhelmed in
disaster situations. They need to be clear for emer-
gency calls to get through.
Watch for loose plaster, drywall, and ceilings
that could fall.
Make temporary repairs to prevent further
damage, keeping receipts for materials.
If your home is unlivable, find out what liv-
ing expenses your policy may cover.
Be patient and assist claims adjusters assigned
to your case. Small losses may be settled quickly;
extensive claims will take longer.
Notify creditors if bills have: been lost or
you're unable to pay.
Report your claim to your insurer promptly.
Be aware, if a widespread disaster has occurred,
the company may set up special procedures.
Prepare to file an insurance cdaim .by gather-
ing all relevant policy ni ai rsr.
Inventory your home for dainaged or lost
items before your adjustor arrives. This will speed
up your claim process.

Prepare your yard n

* Trim any deadwood and weak/overhanging branches from
all trees in your yard.

* Any dead tree near your home is a hazard. Remove it
now. Don't wait for the last minute. Diseased trees are also
susceptible to wind damage; have your tree surgeon do a
thorough walk through while they are on your property.

* Trim/prune your trees for wind. When done correctly, this
leaves the tree less prone to wind damage. HOWEVER, point-
ing or selectively removing limbs can make the tree more -
vulnerable to wind damage than before, causing an imbalance
and stressing the trunk and/or specific limbs. This can be
difficult to visualize and must be done by a tree surgeon/tree
service with extensive experience.

* Hire only licensed and insured contractors. Workers
compensation and general liability are the only protection for
you and your home.

* Be cautious of any service going door to door "work-
ing down the street for your neighbor." Ask to see their li-
censes and insurance. NEVER pay for services up front.

This tree awareness guide is sponsored by Tree Masters, Inc.
If you would like John to come to your home and give you a
free yard consultation, call to schedule an appointment.

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General emergency numbers
and Web sits!
Local Rectirpss. Chapter:
cross.org ,
NatioPal .Red Cross: ,;"
http://www.,edrodss org serv
ices/disaster .'
Centers fdr Disease'
Control and Prevention :
www.bt.cdc.go','' .
U.S.-Department of-, '
Energy: www:enery.gov .
U,S. Department of
Health and,Human Services:
www.'lis.go .
*Environmental Protection,
Agency: www,epa.gov/swer-
cepp. .
Information Line: www.flori-
St. Johns and Duval counties
emergency numbers:
Fire, police and ambu-
lance: 911 (emergency only)
Poison IrAformatiorn
Center: (800)'222,-122?, 549-
Suicide Intervention:
Florida Highway Patrol:
695-4115 "
Florida Marine Patrol:
Duval County Fire and
Rescue Department,
Emergency Preparedness
Division/Special Needs
Services and Registration:
Baptist Medical Center-
Beaches: 247-2900
St. Johns'County Special
Needs/Registration: 904-824-
American Red Cross: 358-
Florida Power and Light
(for emergencies relating to
electric service): 800-40ULT-
AGE (800-468-8243).
U.S. Coast Guard Marine
and Air Emergencies: 247-
Jacksonville Emergency
Preparedness Division: 630-
St. Johns County Office
of Emergency Management:
For more information...
The Emergency
.Preparedness .Educational
r istitute1spreparartpori steps -':'
can be found at www.getpre-
View information about
hurricane forecasts at
b ttp://wwwv. hc.noaa.gov/.
Preparedness tips for
businesses, homeowners and
renters are available at
wwiv.sba .gov/disaster recov/pr
The Institute for Business
and Home Safety (mwwv.disas-
tersafety.org -also has infor-
mation on protecting your
borne or business.
The Florida Emergency
Information Line (FEIL) is a
toll-free hotline activated by
the state at the time of an
emergency. It can' be reached
at 1-800-342-3557. At all other.
times, a recorded message
with general information
about the hotline is available.
NOAA weather radio is
transmitted in Jacksonville
area at 162.550MHz at 1000
To view a powerpoint pres-
entation on hurricanes go to
www.beacheswatch.com and
click on the "Hurricane
Preparedness" link.

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Downed trees and tree limbs are a hazard that results from tropical storms and hurricanes. The falling tree limbs can also cause
problems with power supply as they knock down electrical lines. Above shows some of the damage that occurred in 2004 when
Hurricane Frances was offshore. The storm was one of four that came in quick succession that fall.

Feasible to add protection to older homes

Flooding is a problem in parts
of the Beaches during heavy
rains. In the event of a hurri-
cane, water could be several
feet deep throughout the
beach. Flood insurance, which
must be purchased as a sepa-
rate policy, provides coverage.

Continued improvements in Florida's
hurricane building code have been shown
to provide structures with a measurable
degree of protection.
But owners of older homes can take some
measures to shore up their structures,
according to a nonprofit organization spe-
cializing in strengthening homes.
That organization, the Federal Alliance
for Safe Homes (FLASH), based in
Tallahassee, recently launched an education
campaign to help property owners make
their homes hurricane-resistant.
At an event in South Florida's Broward
County' May 10, FLASH and a University of
Florida engineer unveiled details of a' new
"Retrofitness" campaign with "to do" lists
for homeowners and access to free technical
With about 95 percent of homes in
Florida bdilt under older or less strict build-
ing codes, the education campaign' "is
designed to give the owners of those homes
information about retrofitting techniques
they can use today to prepare for the worst
of hurricane season," according to a FLASH
press release. ...... .. . .. .
i:-' informationn about -piotecting -a home is.
available from FLASH toll-free at 1877) 221-
SAFE or by accessing the organization's Web
site iwww.flash.orgi.
The site contains suggestions for protect-
ing homes from flood damage and wind
damage, with measures ranging from
removing dead tree limbs in the home's

landscaping to elevating the home to keep
out flood waters.
Among suggestions are the following:
Consider building temporary emer-
gency panels to cover windows and doors
that are not impact-resistant.
The site has a printable step-by-step guide
that can be downloaded.
To strengthen garage doors, which are
"particularly vulnerable to high winds,"
either replace the door and track with a sys-
tem designed to withstand high winds and
debris or protect the existing garage door
with an approved impact-resistant cover-
Reinforced garage doors required under
newer building codes "proved very effec-
tive," according to the results of a
University of Florida engineering study
released in July.
The study, which compared homes built
before and after the state's latest building
codes and how they fared during the states'
four hurricanes in 2004, found that homes
built with reinforced garage doors had no
significant garage door damage:
Install hurricane straps or clips at every
wall-to-rafter connection to reinforce the
roof,ta hone's.",'first line of defense from a
The same University of Florida study
found that roof shingles were key at pro-
tecting homes from the stomis.
"For example, shingle-roofed homes built
under the 2002 code retained more asphalt
shingles than homes built under the 1994

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"Retaining shingles is critical in. hurri-
canes because loss of too many can com-
promise the roof, allowing rain to enter the
attic and living space," the site says.
"The new code requires shingles to with-
stand higher winds than the previous
According to the study, neWer homes
withstood the 2004 hurricanes better than
older homes, largely because, of stricter
The study compared 200 homes in the
path of the highest wind zones from those
Homes built prior to 1994 when high-
wind standards of the standard building
code became widely usedin coastal areas -
were not formally included in the study,
although researchers observed those homes
in damaged neighborhoods.
' The researchers concluded that homes
built under stricter 2002 building codes sus-
tained less damage than did those built
between 1994 and 2001.
"Homes completed before 1994 fared
worse," the-site notes.
A brochure explaining things a home-
owner can do to protect from wind damage
is available on the St. Johns County
Emergency Management Department Web
site iwww. sicemergencymanagement.orgi..
Go to "Against the Wind" m the pull-
down list to the left.

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SIn the event of an: emer-
gency evacuation at the
C Beaches, the city staff in'
Atlantic Beach have agreed to
set up and man operations at
the emergency shelter at
Kernan Trail Elementary
"We have adopted a Red
Cross shelter," said the city's
Public Safety Director and
Police Chief David
Thompson, adding that many
municipalities' staff go .to a
hotel to set up operations.
"We felt that we would prefer
to be more productive. We'd
rather be doing something.
"We don't want to just be
there. We want to be part of
the solution."
He said Administrative
Assistant for the Public Safety
Department Laurie Scott will

be in charge at the school
located at 2281 South Kernan '
Thompson said that the
school was built for a hurri-,
cane shelter and is veryy well
"It will withstand just
about anything we can throw
at it."
The cities of Jacksonville
Beach and Neptune Beach do
not man specific shelters and
instead set up operations at
locations in Jacksonville.
Jacksonville Beach Fire
Chief and Emergency
Management Coordinator
Gary Frazier said that the city
used to operate a Red Cross
shelter but has decided not to
in recent years.
"You can't guarantee it for
family members. And if you
can't do that, it makes it sort
of tough," Frazier said.

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Beaches Energy Services workers restore power lost in 2004 during one in a
series of storms that brought high winds to the area.

Shelter farther from home may be better

Duval County


Here is a list of the American Red Cross Hurricane
Shelters In Duval County:

Abess Park Elementary School 12731 Abess

Andrew Robinson Elementary 101 W. 12th

Chets Creek Elementary School 13200
Chets Creek Blvd.

Chimney Lakes Elementary School 9353
Staples Mill Drive

Don Brewer Elementary 2281 Hartsfield

Greenland Pines Elementary 5050
Greenland Road

Kernan Trail Elementary 2281 S. Kernan
Blvd. (run by the city of Atlantic Beach staff)

Landmark Middle School- 101 Kernan Blvd,. .
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LaVilla School of the Arts- 501 N. Davis St.

Mandarin Middle School 5100 Hood Road

Mandarin Oaks Elementary 106,00 Hornets
Nest Road

Oceanway Elementary 12555 Gillespie Ave.

Sabal Palm Elementary School 1201 N.
Keman Road

Twin Lakes Elementary Twin Lakes Academy
8000-50 Point Meadows Drive

If you do not see a shelter listed for your area,
contact the American Red Cross at 904-358-8091
or 1-888-843-5748 for the shelter location nearest

Hurricane 'shelters are
designed as a last resort,"
according to Christian Smith,
director of public support 'for
the Northeast Florida' Red
"Shelters are available to
everyone but we always rec-
ommend to stay with family
or friends first becausevyou'll
be more comfortable there,"
said Smith, who was part of
the relief effort in Mississippi
after Hurricane Katrina. "'And
don't wait until the last
minute to leave. I remember
before Floyd the-mayor '[of
Jacksonville].was on the news
and said .he was going to
order mandatory evacuation
in the morning. That night
the roads were clear. At 5 a.m.
the next morning- the roads
were clear. But by 7 a.m. the
traffic was heavy and by 9
a.m. it was total gridlock.

Anyone who can leave early
should for their own conven-
ience and so that emergency
*crews can get through."
Those who opt to stay in'
local shelters can expect three
meals a day, water- and basic
first aid: People should bring
their personal, disaster relief
kit including toiletries, cloth-
ing, bedding and personal
identification. No alcohol or
weapons are allowed in shel-
ters. Air mattresses are
allowed but can take up more
space than blankets or sleep-
ing bags.
Evacuees are given approxi-
mately 10 square feet of space
per person which can become
crowded in a shelter" at full
capacity. During Hurricane
Floyd in 1999 Northeast
Florida Red Cross housed
10,000.people in shelters. The
primary shelter locations that
service the Beaches are
Landmark Middle School,

. Sabal Palm Elementary School
and Twin Lakes Academy.
"People often pick shelters
that are closest to their
homes, but it's always good to
pick other shelter locations,"
Smith said. "The shelters clos-
est to the Beaches fill up
much faster. Last time [during
'Floyd] we were at full capacity
at 1,000 people at one shelter
when just 10 miles down the
road there were only 300 peo-
ple in a shelter."
Up to three pets per house-
hold will also be allowed in
another section of the shel-
ters. Northeast Florida Red
Cross is not responsible for
pets but specific guidelines
will be available through
Animal Control. Smith said
some of the guidelines
include registering pets in
advance for those who plan to
stay in a shelter during an
evacuation and providing
vaccination records, food and

water. [More information will
be released through
lacksonville Emergency
Management 630-2472.1
"In a shelter environment
you can get really bored so
bring things like books, toys
or games," Smith said. "And I
know some people would like
to work so if you are interest-
ed in working at a shelter call
now (904-358-8091) so you
can go through the training."
The Northeast Florida Red
Cross Chapter serves 10
counties in Northeast Florida
and Southeast Georgia, mak-
ing it the largest chapter in
Florida. Information on hur-
ricane preparedness is also
available on the chapter web-
site at www.nefloridared-
"We've heard all the horror
stories but having a plan and
being prepared will help in a
disaster situation," Smith

History: September is busiest month of season

Cont. from page 3
A concrete seawall at .32nd .Avenue
South in Jacksonville Beach was
breached and high winds played havoc
W ithl'the bOardwalk, 'darriaging ,-'steel
ferris wheel and both the Jacksonville
Beach and Atlantic Beach wooden fish-
ing piers. '
In 1947, a Category 4 storm that
struck Pompano and caused a 21.6-foot
storm surge in Clewiston killed 51 and
resulted in $704 mijlion in damages.
The bulkhead in Neptune Beach was
breached. In a photo, Navy sailors are
sandbagging the area.
And then there was Dora in
September 1964.
The Category 2 hurricane made land-
fall near St. Augustine,with peak winds
of 125 mph. Maximum storm surge.was
12 feet.
Dora did .more than -$250 million in
damages (t$1 billion in 1990 numbers),
dumping more than 10 inches of rain
in Northeast Fl6rida and 23 inches near
Coming off the' heels of Hurricane
Cleo, "Dora struck the Florida coast at a
near 90-degree angle from the"east of

St. Augustine," according to "Florida
Hurricanes and Tropical Storms."
"It was the first hurricane to do so,
north of. Stuart,. since the 'Great
Hurricane of, 1880."- -.-- -
At-the Beaches, Dora's effects includ-
.ed a 'storm surge of 10 feet, causing
extensive beach erosion. Some roads
were washed out, including a 2-mile
stretch of State Road- A1A south of
Fernandina Beach.
Both fishing piers at .the beach sus-
tained rfiajor damage. The 1,200-foot-
long 'Jackonville Beach pier was
.clipped by more than 600 feet.
. The Atlantic Beach pier also lost more
than half of its decking.
The Atlantic Beach Hotel' and an
adjoining residence also suffered major
President Lyndon Johnson surveyed
storm damage near 12 Avenue South in'
Jacksonville Beach with state and local
dignitaries in tow.
A -hurricane watch was issued for
most of Florida's'East Coast in August
1996, as Hurricane Fran, a Category 3
storm, passed offshore.
.'The Greater Jacksonville Kingfish

Tournament was postponed earlier that
. summer for similar precautions.
The first storm to ever mandate a
mandatory evacuation of the 'Beaches
ia's -Hurricane' Ployd "*'r'S'ep terrb'tr
The eye of the Category 3 storm
passed within 90 miles of Jacksonville
Beach. Waves of more than 25 feet
pounded the Jacksonville Beach pier
before the wooden structure broke
apart in two pieces.
Floyd was among the' largest hurri-
canes of its strength ever recorded. It
ranked ninth among the 10 most costly
'U.S. hurricanes before the record-break-
'ing 2005 hurricane season.
Predicting where a hurricane might
make landfall is still an educated guess.
One thing is for certain: September
seems to be the busiest month of hurri-
cane season, according to National
Oceanic & Atmospheric
Administration. Before 2005, 36 of the
64 storms classified as major hurri-
canes, occurred in September, including
Dora in 1964 and Floyd in 1999.

St. Johns



1. Julington Creek Elementary
School, 2316 Racetrack Road
2. Fruit Cove Middle School, 3180
Race Track Road
3. Durbin Creek Elementary
School, 4100 Race Track Road
4. Switzerland Point Middle
School, 777 Greenbriar Road
5. Cunningham Creek Elementary
School, 1205 Roberts Road
6. Bartram Trail High School,
2050 Roberts Road
7. Mill Creek Elementary School,
3750 International Golf Parkway
8. Osceola Elementary School,
1605 Osceola Elementary Road
9. Otis Mason Elementary School,
207 Mason Manatee Way
St. Augustine,
10. Pedro Menendez High School,
600 State Road 206 West
11. First Coast Technical Center,
Building C, 2980 Collifs Ave.
12. St. Johns County Agricultural
Center, 3125 Agricultural Center
13. Hastings Community Center,
6195 South Main St.


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shelters are noted with numerals. Shelters with accommodations for the disabled
are designated with a numeral and the letter "a."

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