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Publisher: Beaches Leader
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    Section A: Main: Beach Living: Weddings
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    Section A: Main: Beach Living: Education
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    Section B: Sports
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The


BEACH
Vol. 43. No. 100 Serving the communities of Atlantic Beach, jac


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BARGE HITS

BRIDGE
A barge from a nearby
marine construction project
crashed into the Kings Road
Bridge over Hopkins Creek
in Neptune Beach Saturday
afternoon, damaging the side
of the bridge (left photo).The
city had to call a sea towing
company and utilize a back-
hoe to remove the barge
(center). The barge (far right)
was towed back to the
Intracoastal Waterway. City
officials as of Tuesday they
do not yet know the cost of
repairs. The bridge remains
open to traffic.
Photos submitted


. ....'


Do you know where to vote?


Polling


locations


changing


for some


by KATHLEEN BAILEY
EDITOR
New precinct locations mean some vot-
ers will not return to old familiar polling
places for the fall elections.
In Duval County, nearly 40 percent of
all voters %will find themselves directed to
new polling places, according to county's
Supervisor of Election office. Some of
those affected are Beaches residents.
As part of an education campaign,
Know Your Precinct Days are being held
at area libraries, including the Beaches
branch last Fridav and Saturdal.
f In addition, new voter information
cards were mailed to all registered voters
in May and permanent blue signs are now
being installed to identify most polling
locations.
See list of All Duval County
See liist of registered voters
Beaches' should have received
their new voter
new polling information card
over the last couple
sites of weeks, according
to the Supervisor of
page A-3 Elections Jerry
Holland. Those who
have not should call
the election office at 630-1414.
"Reprecincting has meant major
changes and we want everyone to know
about the changes.," said Cindy Warner, a
spokesman tor the elections supervisor.
"Find your polling location because it
might have moved."
Massive reprecincting was done to
make all precincts equal with approxi-
mately 2,900 in each precinct. Some pre-
viously had 4,000 registered voters,
Warner said and that means long lines on
election day in some area.
The recently enacted lessica Lunsford
Act requires anyone working in schools,
including poll workers, to have a back-
ground check and be fingerprinted. As a
result, Duval County's Supervisor of
Elections removed polling locations from
area schools because of additional cost
and as an added safeguard for area school-
age children, Warner said


Photo by UZA MITCHELL
Sandra Brinson, left, of the Duval County Supervisor of Elections Office, shows
Barbara Sartin how to use the touchscreen voting machine Saturday at the Beaches
Branch Library in Neptune Beach. Voters have the option of using the automated
machine or manually filling out a ballot. Brinson said the touchscreen allows elderly
and disabled voters to vote independently.


Because all voting precincts had to be
handicap accessible by Jan. 1, 2006 in
compliance with the Help America Vote
Act, many locations had to be changed to
meet standards, Warner said. She noted
that only 8 existing polling sites were
fully accessible).
The new cards sent to voters last month
reflect changes in state law that a signa-
ture may no longer be included on' the
voter card. In addition, the card is
described as an information card, and not


an identification card. Each card has the
voter's birthdate, per the state law.
"Florida Registration Number (to
denote statewide database as source for
voter information) now replaces registra-
tion number we previously issued,"
Warner said.
Beaches voters will go to the polls Sept.
5 for a primary election that includes a
school board race. A general election is set
for Nov. 7.


Home Depot


files, a PUD


application


Merchants

have been

told store will

open by

year's end

by LIZA MITCHELL
STAFF tI'RITER
Home Depot officials have
applied to amend the Planned
Unit Development ordinance to
allow the home improvement
store to occupy the former
KMart location in South Beach
Shopping -eriter-in-.faclsonville
Beach.
Planning and Development
Director Steve Lindorff Monday
confirmed that the planning
staff received an application for
a PUD amendment and con-
ducted a preapplication meeting
with the applicant "to dot the i's
and cross the t's."
"The purpose is to go over the
application and define the issues
that have to be discussed,"
Lindorff said.
The preapplication meeting
was held May 31 in the plan-
ning and development offices at
City hall. The application was
submitted NMay 10.
Site Development
Coordinator Doug Shepard, PE,
and James Rosich, AICP of
Greenberg Fanlow represented
Home Depot at the meeting.
Lindorff and Senior Planner
Bill Mann attended on behalf of
the city.


According to a meeting sum-
mary, a list of the Land
Development Code review stan-
dards governing amendments
to a PUD served as an agenda
with discussion points relative
to each standard.
"It is likely that a number of
the items discussed will need to
be incorporated into the PUD
ordinance," Lindorff said in a
June 2 letter to Shepard.
The meeting focused on the
location of the lumber service
area on the east side of the busi-
ness to eliminate activity and
provide queuing space away
from the shopping center's two
driveways. It was previously
planned for the south sitle of the
building.
An eight to 10footbuffer
wall was proposed along the
northern property line between
the building and an office park
to reduce noise and shield the
view of the loading area. Gaps in
the existing vegetation can be
replaced with similar landscap-
ing.
See HOME DEPOT, A-3


Proposed site for Home Depot.


BEAM to help

neediest keep

lights on here


NB opts to settle suit with firm it penalized


Water project ran 100+ days late in '03


by IEFFREY MINTON
ST.AfF t'RITER
A contractor that was penal-
ized over $100,000 by the city
of Neptune Beach for
completing a 2002 water
improvements project 101 days
late will now be paid over half
of that money.
Alter years of litigation and a
failed nutigation attempt with
the contractor, UtilX, the City
Council Monday agreed to pay
the company $60,000. In
return LirilX will drop its over
$1 million lawsuit against the


city., according to City Manager
Jim Jarboe.
The'council settled, heeding
the advice of city staff who said
that it would not be wise to
continue to "expose" the city to
the lawsuit and its associated
attomeys' fees.
"It's a good business deal,"
Jaiboe told the councilors at
their Monday meeting.
"We don't want to expose
ourselves to $1 million when
we're already ahead $40,000."
UtilX sued the city for
"breach of contract" in 2004
after the city withheld over


$100,000 of its final payment
to the company for finishing
the project late.
At the time, Neptune Beach
City Attorney Chris White
referred to UtilX's lawsuit
against the city as "totally with-
out merit."
The company also sued the
city's engineer for the project ,
PBS&J, claiming it was
negligent in its design of plans
and specifications and
administration of the
c o n t r a c t
Jarboe said that PBS&J
recently settled with the con-
tractor.
The $1.5 million project,


which replaced water lines and
water mains in the areas east of
Third Street, along Florida
Boulevard and in Bal
Harbour, began in May of 2002
and was originally contracted
to be complete by March 13,
2003 a deadline later extend-
ed by one month because of
rain delays.
But the project was actually
completed near the end of July
2003. And in the contract,
UtilX agreed to pay the city'
$1,000 for every day past April
12, 2003 that the project was
not


See UTILITY, A-3


by LIZA MITCHELL
STAFF WRITER
A nonprofit outreach agency
in Jacksonville Beach is ready to
work with city officials to help
families in a financial pinch
cover utility expenses.
The Beaches Emergency
Assistance Ministry will provide
assessment services and deter-
mine eligibility of families
under the newly revised
Community Development
Block Grant (CDBG) and the
Customer Assistance Relief
Emergency (CARE) contract at
no cost to the cit'v.
The city's CDBG budget
includes $20,000 for utility
assistance for low to moderate
income families. The program is
administered in accordance


with federal grant regulations.
Funded by private donations
matched by Beaches Energy
Services, the CARE program pro-
vides help for families in a tem-
porary emergency who don't
meet the federal low income cri-
teria. The CARE budget is
$33,000.
Cindy Funkhouser, executive
director of BEAM, Monday said
in 2005 the organization itself
provided assistance to over 500
Beaches families 125 were
Beaches Energy Services cus-
tomers.
Funkhouser said needy fami-
lies will have increased access to
help by allowing BEAM to help
facilitate the programs.
See BEAM, A-3


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BAHS gets state grant 599 2nd Street S., St.
The Florida Humanities Petersburg,. FL 33701 or log
Council (FHC) has awarded a onto www.flahum.org
$3,000 Partnership Grant to .
the Beaches Area Historical
Society to support "Tracking
Florida History: Lectures on Casino Night is June 24
the First Coast." Helping Hands is sponsor-
This series of free humani- ing a Casino Night on June 24
ties programs will bring speak- at the Sea Turtle Inn. Tickets
ers to complement exhibits are $100 each and include
and focus on the history of gaming, heavy hors d'oeuvres,
the area. and beer and wine from 7
FHC, the state affiliate of p.m. 10 p.m. A cash bar will
the National Endowment for also be available until mid-
the Humanities, is a.rnonprofit.,,night:' All' proceeds go to
-organization that-funds public -- itiplyig-Hanrds-VtllIgL.'-pa po-o
programs throgUghoits .the '"gramr" of "Helping" 'Haids
state. Ministries working to develop
These programs explore transitional housing for
Florida's history,, folklore, homeless families with chil-
environment, literature, dren who demonstrate an
music and art. Libraries, civic ability and intent to become
groups, universities, colleges, self-sufficient. For more infor-
museums, historical societies mation, or to purchase a tick-
and theaters have received et, contact Pail Grafton at
grants to sponsor humanities 1904) 223-3608.
programs. All programs are
free and open to the public. Noon Break free to all
For information about Friends of the Beaches
applying for humanities Branch Library will present
grants, contact Susan Judy Ratcliffe on Friday from
Lockwood, Grants Director, noon to 1 p.m. at the Noon
Florida Humanities Council, Break. The subject of the pro-


gram. is the beauty of cut
glass, owning and collecting.
Ratcliffe is a retired public
school elementary music
teacher. She has been a pri-
vate piano teacher, church.
organist' and choii director
and has played the violin in'
several community orchestras.
The program is free' and open
to the ,public. Attendees may
bring lunch. For more infor-
mation please call the Beaches
Branch library 241-1142.
Cycles shown to.sen- :,
iors- i
Adamec Harley-Davidson
has partnered with
HarborChase of Jacksonville


Assisted Living Community to
present Harley-Dasidson Day.
This year's event will include
a display of Harley-Davidson
.-bikes from the Harley Owners
Group of Jacksonville, a photo
opportunity with Channel 4's
Sam Kouvaris, and the third
annual senior citizen fashion
show of Harley Davidson
apparel and gear. Atlantic
Beach Mayor Don Wolfson
will also be on hand during
the event that will be held
Friday from 10 a.m. to p.m. at
HarborChase of Jacksonville,
,34 an P a ; S.,,th pro-
gram is to, benefit the North
Florida Chapter of the
Alzheimer's Association


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HarborChase residents will
present a Harley-Davidson
fashion show from noon to 1
p.m.
Worn shoes collected
The I.M. Sulzbacher Center
for the Homeless and 1st Place
Sports have partnered togeth-
er in support of one of the
greatest needs of the Center's
guests; shoes. Runners are
being asked to donate their
,used shoes. Slightly; worn run-
n;ing,shpes may.be,donated at
a 1st Place Sports -location,
including the one at, 424 3rd
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NB antes up $16k for Wal-Mart fight


by JEFFREY MINTON
STAFF WRITER


The Neptune Beach City
Council Monday authorized
spending roughly $16,000 to
hire experts to help the city
with issues relating to a pro-
posed Wal-Mart on Atlantic
Boulevard.
The'council agreed to have
City Attorney Chris White hire
Jacksonville law firm Lewis
Longman .& Walker which
has expertise in land use issues
- for up to $10,000 to review
the city's existing objectives
and codes as they would relate
to the proposed Wal-Mart proj-


ect. City Manager Jim Jarboe
said Monday that the firm has
worked with the city before
and is knowledgeable on the.,
city's land use codes.,
A Wal-Mart representative
. has recently indicated that the
store will sue the city if it tries
to deny the store opening in
,the city. '..
Also, the council OK'd the
city staff to hire a traffic study
for $6,000 to determine the
impact of the proposed Wal-
Mart on adjacent roadways,
intersections and drainage.
Representatives for Wal-Mart
recently submitted some esti-
mated traffic figures for the
proposed store but city officials


said they need more informa-
tion.
Wal-Mart's' representatives
claim that the proposed
117,000-square-foot store at ;
630 Atlantic Boulevard will
generate 3,400 daily trips and
316 trips during peak after-
noon hours. That's a reduction
of 2,388 daily trips and a
reduction of 220 peak hour
trips compared to what the
parcel's current uses would
generate if fully occupied,
according to Wal-Mart's study.
The parcel was formerly
home to Food Lion and Big
Lots which closed in August
2005 and January respectively.
Jarboe said he and the city


Home Depot:


Cont. from A-1
Also, city planners discussed
the location of the garden shop
on the west side of the building
adjacent to Steinmart.
Staff recommended that the
garden center have a storefront
appearance with an entry door
and windows on the south side
to duplicate the look of the gar-
den center formerly operated by
KMart on the north side.
The redesignation of parking
spaces, landscaping require-
ments, solid waste collection
and hours of operation were
also discussed.
Shepard questioned whether
mezzanine space was permitted
to provide additional store space
but Lindorff said that request
was denied in the original devel-
opment application because it
exceeded the amount of com-
mercial square footage designat-
ed m the Development Order
for the South. Beach
Development of Regional
Impact (DRI).
Plans filed by Home Depot
officials in October, 2004 were
denied last year after the Board
of Adjustment agreed with
Lindorff that the 1989 Planned
Unit Development (PUD) agree-
ment for the shopping center
precluded Home Depot from
moving into the shopping cen-
ter based on the store's standard
industrial classification.
The SIC code 5211 identifies
the home improvement store as
carrying lumber and other
building materials not included
among the permitted uses out-
lined in the PUD agreement.
The SIC code system used
when the' PUD. was adopted 'in
1989 tid ndt include a''classffil-
cation 'for thultiline' home
improvement stores.
In 1997, the SIC system was
replaced with the North
American Industry
Classification System (NAICS)
which now includes a distinc-
tion for "home centers."
"Since there is now a distinct
listing for a business such. as
Home Depot, it is reasonable


needs to be revised to reflect the
actual size of the parcel and the
building.
The proposed redevelopment
of the KMart site includes 9.04
acres with 93,679 square feet of
the building area, -not the total
95,679 as presently noted.
If approved by the City
Council, .Home Depot must also
comply with conditions set
forth during the original appli-
cation process including no
aniplified. noise, exterior light-
ing positioned away fom adia-
'cent properties.
Some merchants in the center
said this week that they have
been told by an agent for the
property that Home Depot
expects to be open by the end of
the year.


Pnoio Dy LZA MITCHELL
Several merchants in the South Beach Regional Shopping
Center, including Quizno's owners Tina Ritchotte, left, and
Tammy Quann, right, initiated a petition drive last year in sup-
port of Home Depot. Business owners claimed losing KMart as
anchor store caused severe dips in revenue: Over 300 signa-
tures were, collected.


'that the concept of a multiline
building materials and home
improvement products enter-
prise would not have been con-
sidered when the original list of
permitted uses in the PUD was
prepared," Lindorff said in an
interpretation of the Land
Development Code requested
by attorney Paul Harden repre-
senting Home Depdt.
"Therefore, a home center can
only be permitted in, the South
Beach Regional Shopping
Center by way of amending an
o rd in an ce;'/" ." ,**
Hatdn-.salsequ entfyriled a
lawsuit 'against 'the city" of
Jacksonville Beach, claiming
Home Depot officials acted on
assurances by the city's -plan-
ning staff that the project
would be approved. That litiga-
tion is still periding;
Seeking an amendment to the
PUrD ordinance is anotheE
method by Which Home Depot
is seeking permission to open a


store in the shopping center.
Discussing zoning amend-
ments, the city's planning staff
May 31 noted that "a retail lum-
ber and building materials
establishment iSIC 5211) or
home center (NAICS 444110) is
permitted as of right now in a C-
1, C-2 and CS zone."
The meeting summary said
"Staff is not aware of any other
location in the city where a
properly zoned parcel of suffi-
cient size [exists] to accommo-
date that' number of square feet
of floor'space!'--" -.-..-
Lindorff said the plar1ming
staff expects to receive a scope
of services and a fee proposal
this week from the Jacksonville
planning and engineering firm
England, Thims &6 Miller, Inc. to
conduct a traffic impact study.
The traffic -analysis must be
complete prior to scheduling
the public hearing process to
consider the PUD application.
Lindorff said the narrative


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data on how Wal-Mart arrived
at those figures and to deter-
mine that the project will not
negatively' impact adjacent
services such as roads, water,
and drainage.
"I think the feeling is that we
need our own [traffic study],"
Mayor Dick Brown, said
Monday.
The city's Planning and
Development Review Board is
scheduled to review the Wal-
Mart application at its June 20
public meeting beginning at 6
p.m. The meeting is being held
at Neptune Beach Elementary,
1515 Florida Boulevard, due to
the anticipated large crowd.


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BEAM:


Cont. from A-I
"We are open five days a
week which is really the
important issue," she said.
"Right now, our clients and
needy people out here at the
beach only have access to
those funds two days a week
under the current contract."
The city's former contract
with Catholic Charities
Bureau, Inc. was terminated
by the charitable organization
because they were unable to
offer assistance five days a
week.
In a letter to city officials,
Catholic Charities recom-
mended transferring their
responsibilities to BEAM.
Funkhouser said the
demand for assistance at the
beach has already doubled
this year compared to 2005.
"We are seeing huge need
With a lot of the families that
are, being evacuated, for lack
of a better word, off the
beach," she said. "We have
been quite busy."


In 2005, Funkhouser said
BEAM helped over '4,100'
Beaches residents, over half of
whom were children.
BEAM distributed over 29
tons of food, assisted over 500
families with utilities :125
Beaches Energy customers
and provided approximately
4,000 toys to needy Beaches
children for Christmas and'
distributed over, 3000
Thanksgiving baskets.
"Most important we pre-
vented over 300 Beaches fam-
ilies from becoming home-
less. That is the number one
goal of BEAM, to keep people
and families in their homes,"
Funkhouser said. "That is
becoming increasing chal-
lenging with what is happen-
ing out here at the beach but
we are making every effort to
do that."
The BEAM office is at 850
6th Ave. S. suite 400 in
Jacksonville Beach and may
be reached by calling 241-
2326.


Utility:

Cont. from .A-

substantially complete. At the
time the company was also
asked to pay damages because
of nearly four pages of com-
plaints from residents logged
while the work was ongoing.
In March 2002, UtilX, one of
only two contractors that bid
for the project, was asked to
reevaluate its $1.5 million bid
because city officials said that
the bid was too low..The proj-
ect was estimated to cost.
about $2.5 million.
But UtilX at the time
assured the city that it could
complete the project properly
and on time for $1.5 million.
At the time an official with
PBS&J called UtilX's bid "irre-
sponsible" and questioned
how a project estimated at
$2.5 million could be complet-
ed for $1.5 million.
But after a background
check was done on the compa-
ny, city councilors awarded it
the contract.


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NEW: Mayport Community Center
4870 Ocean St., Atlantic Beach
11L
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S2765 State Hwy AlA, Atlantic-Beach
New: Ambassador Baptist Church.
2134 Mayport Road; Atlantic Beach
13B ". '
OLD: Lighthouse Christian Center
2115 12th Ave N., Jacksonville Beach
New: Knights of Columbus
1401 2nd Ave N., Jacksonville Beach
13E
OLD:Christ United Methodist Church
400 Penman Road, Neptune Beach
New: Beaches Regional Library
600 3rd St., Neptune Beach


OLD:Adele Grage Cultural Center
716 Ocean Blvd., Atlantic Beach
New: Atlantic Beach City Hall
800 Seminole Road, Atlantic Beach
13G
OLD:American Legion #316
1127 Atlantic Blvd., Atlantic Beach
New: Adele Grage Cultural' Center
716 Ocean Blvd., Atlantic Beach
13H
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800 Seminole Road, Atlantic Beach
New: American Legion #316
1127 Atlantic Blvd., Atlantic Beach
13P
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422 5th Ave N., Jacksonville Beach
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2125 Ocean Front, Neptune Beach
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Letters to the editor:



Scope of zoning law

could spread in AB

To the editor: part of the city. This is a clear
I have observed with great signal that what is being con-
interest the debate over this sidered in the oft redefined
proposed zoning ordinance area today will be extended to
since .becoming aware of its other areas as the ordinance,
provisions earlier this year. as expected, chokes off rede-
Having observed the May 31 velopment in old Atlantic
community development Beach and shifts it to other
workshop, I feel it important areas.
to share an observation with If you like or dislike the
residents who were unable to proposed ordinance and are
attend. not in the affected area today,
After discussing what the realize that you could very
affected area should be, one well be affected tomorrow.
of the community develop- Whereas the original scope of
ment board members stated the consultant's study was
very clearly (with no dissent- "Old Atlantic Beach", the first
ing comments from other draft ordinance affected the
board members that if and whole city. There is no reason
when the new ordinance that it could not be imple-
shifts redevelopment to other mented across the whole city
areas of the city, they will incrementally.
simply enact the same meas- Kirk Hansen
uresin order to "protect" that Atlantic Beach



Government is


best when it's


not in my yard


To the editor: back to the K-Mart building
Jacksonville Beach is not days. Did it do any good? Not
the only City missing the "Big as far as I can tell...lots of
Picture" -pertaining to resi- "Black Top" there. Perhaps the
dents removing "Protected" city feels it's easier to.intimi-
trees'. Neptune Beach has had date home owners, not big
.a'sirhilar policy formulated by business...[Any bets on the.
the bureaucrats of the CitV Wal-Mart outcome ? Any foot
Council. The Council forgot dragging of the Mayor and his
that 'they are to "represent" council evident, any obvious
the people not .dictate to the excusese" to stall the process.
people.This Ordnance on of saying NO to Wal-Mart ? ]
tree laws is not only unconsti- My desire is for Neptune.
tutidnal, but ludicrous-. Take a Beach Government to stay
look at it, it's available at N.B. out of my yard and leave my
i City Hall. Could it be that Jax. plants and trees alone.
,iBch. politicians g60togethe'r;"';W5Vha^iatni we do about thisil
w/N.B" F6iftTf'acii "f' .lax."and other bureaucratic prob-
Bch's. version ? lems, ie, speed
As a home owner I am bumps/humps, Kings Road
responsible for MY property, .Bridge, Seagate Causeway,
not "Big Government". I own Back Gate at Lake Side Drive,
the property and all that's on Wal-Mart ?.....
it. I bought it more than 30 VOTE....November is not
years ago with more than too far away......
enough trees on it, built a We need to get rid of the
house and removed only trees .bureaucrats and their spine-
that ,had to be removed for', less, wimpy councilassociates.
construction. Over the years..- There is also the option of
the trees have grown and Class Action litigation if
some have been trimmed or enough people are con-
removed as warranted for cemed.
safety reasons. As more time. All of these problems do
goes on others will need simi- not encompass all of the peo-
-lar attention. What I don't pie, but something may arise
want is the city telling me that does concern them even-
what I can and can't do with rually, so we must have empa-
my property. This includes thy, to do what's right and
planting what I want AND constitutional and.........sup-
growing hedges to a height of port each other.
my choosing if I so desire. Bob Cooper
The tree.ordinance goes Neptune Beach



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Don't sit idly by, speak up now


To the editor:
As time slips by I worry about the apathy
that often comes when things drag on for long
periods of time. I beg all citizens of Atlantic
Beach to stay interested in the important deci-
sions that are facing our wonderful city.
Our commission and development boards
want to limit (cut in half by using a FAR calcu-
lation) the square footage of future homes to
be built. The present ordinance will only be
applied to Old Atlantic Beach at this time.
However, it has been stated publicly that the
other areas of the city- will be addressed when
the boards feel it is necessary, down the road,
when they start to develop.
Agree or disagree, but yoV must stay


involved and see this ordinance issue to com-
pletion. It is an issue that will shape our future.
Our heirs will inherit what we create. It is OUR
democratic responsibility to all be involved,
especially when you do not feel that you are
being heard. Don't let just a few make deci-
sions for us all. We must all be heard and be
represented by our chosen officials.
Call, email, show up,' but DO NOT just do
nothing. Go to either web site
. or
and get
the email addresses of your board members
and speak up. I "Thank you!" in advance.
Sue Snead
Atlantic Beach


To the editor:
I attended three of the
four "community chats"
e^r in At 4tL_,leachl
; -ntly.- l"aplreciat'e. the
e-oirts'put 'f'r'thY 'by' the
Mayor and Commissioners
to attend these meetings,
and I look forward to reading
the minutes of these meet-
ings. In the meantime here
are some impressions that
stayed with me afterwards.
First, a number of residents
of the Jordan Park area had
safety concerns arising from
narrow streets, lack of side-
walks, and commercial vehi-
cles with trailers using their
neighborhood streets as a
shortcut between Maypdrt
Road. and Seminole Road.
They also spoke about crime
in the neighborhood, includ-
ing hearing gunshots late at
night. And, it was obvious to
those in attendance that the
City needs to pave the park-
inig lot in front of the com-


County

intrigue

makes

a good

story

To the editor:
What's this? Just what is
Mary Kohnke up to now? Well
known throughout St. Johns
County as an activist, we now
find her in the role of author of
a fast-moving murder mystery,
"She Said What?!" It's supposed
to be fiction, but is it?
In the character of Dr. Mary
Paul, our author takes us on a
journey through Palm Valley
and Ponte Vedra Beach while
skillfully spinning a yarn of
intrigue and even murder
along the Intra-coastal
WVaterway.
"She Said What?!" is a real
page-turner as various threads
of her yarn are kept current as
the plot continues in good
order. As such, it is a must read,
especially for those of us who
live in the community with
the author.
This is the first in a series'
that promises to be a captivat-
'ing'read! .
Joe Weinburger
Ponte Vedra Beach


munity center.
Second, Commissioner
Mike Borno got an earful at
he Donrmer Park_-eet ing; h

annoyed that 'he meeting
going on inside the commu-
nity center was disturbed
because of a car stereo's loud
volume (from Mayport
Road). This is a constant nui-
sance for people who live
near Mayport Road or
Atlantic Boulevard, yet the
subject has never been on
the agenda at City Hall
except for the car-honking
episode in Nov. 2004. One
Commissioner now has an
idea of how the western one-
third of Atlantic Beach lives.
Third, the "community
character" issue was not
addressed even once at the
meetings that took place in
the Donner, Marsh Oaks, and
Jordan neighborhoods. Some
of the disinterest is due to
the sense that these neigh-


borhoods are not represented
at City Hall, a disinterest that
also is reflected in low voter
t, 3jt fg1r muicipp.l .elec-,

these areas are either 50 x"
100' or, in many cases, 75' x
100' for .joined houses,
which doesn't leave much
room for "McMansions."
Finally, it was great to meet
some of my neighbors for the
first time and to see others
for the first time in a long
time. I believe everyone was
happy to have
Commissioners come out to
hear our needs and desires.
But, I couldn't help but hear
inside my consciousness The
Who: "Meet the new boss,
same as the old boss." The
westside of Atlantic Beach
pays taxes and we deserve
actual representation.
Michael Hoffmann
Marsh Oaks


Reasonable solution is

feasible for Atlantic Beach


To the editor:
As citizens of Atlantic
Beach, we are concerned
about the long term out-
come of properties being
built out to all the setbacks
and as high as possible.
Homes built to the maxi-
mum allowed under the cur-
rent code could be viewed as
disproportionate to both the
size of the lot on which they
are built, and to adjacent
properties.
I would like to propose a
simple solution. Amend the
building code in a manner
that would require the archi-
tect or designer to compute
the maximum CEcubic
footage, (or floor area)
allowed under the current
code, and then reduce this
number by a factor of either
10 or 20 percent -- or some-


where in between.
Using what is allowed
under the current code as a
starting point and then
reducing the permissible
CEcubic footage, (or floor
area) relieves the City
Commission of the responsi-
bility of determining what
the square footage of a house
should be, and would
accomplish the goal of
reducing 'mass and scale' by
10 20 percent of what is
currently permissible.
A simple amendment
incorporating this standard
would avoid dictating archi-
tectural standards, limiting
design creativity, and acting
dismissively towards proper-
ty rights.
John L. Fletcher
Atlantic Beach


JOHN
HAxUiKBCK
S-. COLUMNIST




Higher

ed can

be easily


obtained

Actor-comedian George
Burns once cracked,
"Smartness runs in my
family. When I went to
school I was so smart my
teacher was in my class for
five years." If he was on the
football team, he probably
played left back. Happily, in
the case of my grandson
John, there hasn't been any
such education regression. In
fact, his mom, my daughter,
Mary, recently told me that
he's still ringing up high
grades and looks set to gradu-
ate from high school a year
early and corral some college
credits.
What's..especially cool about
John is that he's not a greasy
grind. He has done well in
sports, plus he's taught him-
self how to play the electric
guitar and is performing with
a band. I hope he keeps his
head on straight, possibly
proving that, although life is a
long, difficult, and expensive
journey,, a good education is a
half-fare coupon.
It's just amazing to see how
mran' practicable ways there
are, '"r get 'formal learnifig
these 'days. For example;
Florida Community College at
Jacksonville, according to the
"General Admissions
Eligibility" statement posted
on the Web, has a special
admissions practice for adult
non-high-school graduates.
There's also provision for dual
enrollment of students at pub-
lic or private high schools and
home schoolers. "Accelerated
High School Completers" can
earn college credits.
Equally admiirable is an edu-
cational opportunity that
admirals (and generals) no
doubt admire. It involves pro-
grams available to members of
our armed forces. According
to Central Texas College's
Internet site, that institution
operates campuses that
"...provide support to stu-
dents worldwide. Campuses
may offer the full range of
degree programs...." To put it
poetically, a sailor may work
toward a degree even while at
sea.
Speaking of admirals, educa-
tion for Navy enlistees has
become a lot more available
since the .late, great Vice
Admiral John Hayward of
Atlantic Beach qualified for
Annapolis despite not having
gone to high school. It hap-
pened after he'd received a
medal from President
Coolidge, who evidently knew
potential when he saw it and
offered him the scholarship if
he, then an apprentice sea-
man, passed the entrance
exams. With steady studying,
he did and graduated in 1930
near the top of his class.
My initial, kick-start moti-
vation for getting a college
sheepskin after Navy service as
a seaman arose from getting
lost. Aboard ship, I wandered
accidentally into officers
country" and saw how much
better they lived than us swab-
bies. It was "Paradise Found."
Later, I found I simply liked
college. Hey, whatever works!


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far westside of Atlantic Beach still has to go













POLICE BEAT


Police beat is compiled from
police reports available at the indi-
vidual departments. The reports
are public records, available for
inspection.

ATLANTIC BEACH
Erin Nicole Degross, 35, of
Jacksonville was arrested on a
warrant and charged with utter-
ing a forged instrument June 1
in the 500 block.of Royal Palm
Drive, according to. a police
report.

Delores Harriet Unzueta, 54,
of Atlantic Beach was arrested
.,and charged with possession of.
a controlled substance June 4 in.
the 1200 block of Mayport
Road, according. to a police
report.

A simple assault was a report-
ed June 3 in the 2300 block of
Mayport Road.

NEPTUNE BEACH
Christopher James Wolfe, 18,
of Jacksonville Beach was arrest-
ed and charged with possession
of a controlled substance June 3


FROM STAFF
A 37-year-old man at a
SMayport Road beauty supply
store was arrested for a misde-
meanor Friday after a female
customer at the store told
police he placed a camera
phone under her skirt and
took photographs of her pri-
vate parts, according to a'
police report.
The 34-year-old Atlantic
Beach woman said she was
shopping at A1A Beauty
Supply, 1193 Mayport Road,
May 26 when the incident
occurred, according to police.
The woman said when she
went to check out, the suspect
walked from around the
counter and bent down beside
her to pick .up two, 'pentil
that were on the floor. She
said the suspect then brushed
against her as he bent over
and she observed him inten-
tionally place his camera
phone under her dress and


in the. area of. 18th Avenue
North and 8th Street in
Jacksonville Beach, according to,
a police report.
Jerald G. Ross, 33, of St.
Augustine was arrested and
charged with possession of
cocaine June 4 in the 200 block
of Third Street, according to a
police report.

Joshua Nmn Morales, 18, of
Jacksonville was arrested and
charged with three counts of
burglary and possession of bur-
glary tools June 5 in the 1500
block of 4th Street, according to
a police report.

Joshua Andrew Kennedy, 21,
of Jacksonville was arrested and
charged with three counts of
burglary June 5 in the 200 block
of Lemon Street, according to a
police report.
i *. '
Justin Matthew Bertone, 18,
of Jacksonville was arrested and'
charged with three counts of
burglary June 5 in the 200 block
of Lemon Street, according to a


take a photograph of her body
parts, according to the report.
The victim told police she
could clearly see a photo-
graph of her private parts sur-
rounded by her dress on the
phone's video display.
The woman also said she
saw pictures of other women's
body parts taken from a simi-
lar perspective on the display,
according to the report.
The woman said she was
wearing an ankle-length dress
without any underwear,
according to the report. She
also said that beforehand the
suspect followed her around
and was "uncomfortably
close" as she shopped.
The woman later identified
the isp 'a I poli d
line-up and police obtained a'
warrant for the suspect and
arrested him June 2.
The suspect's cell phone
was obtained per a search war-
rant.


Stabbing leads


to arrest in AB


FROM STAFF
A 44-year-old Atlantic
Beach woman was stabbed by
her boyfriend May 28 outside
a nightclub on Robert Street,
according to a police report.
James Michael Davis, 44, of
Atlantic Beach was arrested
the same day and charged
with aggravated assault with a
deadly weapon without inten-
tion to kill, according to the
report.
The victim in Sunday's stab-
bing outside the Voo Swar
Lounge, 51 Robert Street, was
treated for serious injuries at
the scene by Jacksonville Fire
and Rescue. Rescue workers
suggested she seek further
medical treatment for the stab
wound at the emergency
room, according to the report.


The victim had one stab
wound on the right side of
her torso.
The incident happened
around 12:45 a.m.
The woman said she was at
the nightclub when the sus-
pect came up and asked her to
leave with him. After they
went outside, the suspect took
out a knife and "stuck" her
with it, according to the
report.
Witnesses say the suspect
fled the scene.
Police a short time later
located Davis who matched
the description of the suspect
in the stabbing in the 900
block of Plaza, according to
the report. He was transported
to Duval County Jail.


police report.
Someone reported that $325
cash was stolen from a residence
June 1 in the 200 block of Lor
Street. :

Criminal mischief to a vehicle
parked in the 600 block of Pont
Vedra. Lakes Blvd. between
p.m. on June 1 and 7 a.m. on
June 2 was reported by the vehi
cle's owner on June 2
According to the police report
there was an estimated $100 in
damages from scratches and thi
removal of emblems from th
vehicle.

The owner.of a vehicle parked
in the 100 block of Rose Islani
Way reported criminal mischie
to the vehicle occurred between
midnight and 7 a.m. on June 2
The victim reported that their
were scrapes on the vehicle and
a decal was missing.

Criminal mischief was report
ed at 230 Landrum Lane on
June 2. According to the police
report, graffiti painted on school
buildings and other location
on the campus resulted in $500
in damages.

On June 2, two surtboard
were recoveredon County Road
210 near Canal Blvd. A motors
reported seeing the surfboard
fall from the back of a truck
traveling east on CR210 at abou
9:30 a.m.
,:" ."* i, 0 O,* *
A car reported missing from
parking lot in the 600 block o
A1A N on June 3 was recovered
later that day. The owner wa
unable to locate the vehicle afte
leaving a business at tha
address at 11:30 p.m. on June 2
According to the police report
the vehicle was taken by mis
take by a person using keys for
borrowed vehicle of the sami
type also parked at that address
The keys worked in both vehi
des and the missing vehicle wa
returned to the owner.
0 :
On June 4, Gregory Randal
Cordray, 36 of Ponte Vedra, wa
charged with a lewd and lascivi
ous act on a person under 16
years of age, according to police

A burglary to a vehicle parked
in the 8100 block of Seven Mile
Dr1ve N betiveen 8:10 p.m. anc
10:l8' .m. on June 4 was report
ed by the owner. According to
the police report, there were
signs of forced entry to the righ
passenger door of the vehicle
and an Ipod valued at $399 was
missing.

JACKSONVILLE BEACH
Burglary to a boat was report
ed June 2 in the 300 block o
9th Ave. N. The victim told
police he heard a noise during
the evening but did not invest
gate. Stolen items include a gaff
boat anchor, five life preserver'
and two cushions for a total loss
of $280.
*' "*'., i
A construction site was
reported burglarized June 2 in
the 100 block of 9th Ave. S. The
suspects gained access through
an unsecured fence, forced open
a utility closet and entered the
superintendent's office. A laptop
computer, a camera and comr
puter equipment were stolen.

Assault was reported Juge 2 in
the 3900 block of 3rd St. S. The
victim told police he was on his
way to drop off dry cleaning
when a male suspect driving a
green or yellow van made a u
turn iri front of him. The sus
pect asked if the victim had a
problem and asked if he wanted


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did not see a weapon but called
police to report the incident.

Robert Lee Lawrence III, 25,
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cocaine in the 12000 block of
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Ave. N. following a routine traf-
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June 3 and charged with bur-
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lot of a fast food restaurant in
the first block of 3rd St. S.,
police reported. Police respond-
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observed a witness holding
Nutter down. The witness and,.
one of the victims gave chase.
after the suspect was spotted in
the victim's vehicle while they,
were dining inside the restau-
rant. The witness sustained a
broken right ankle after tack-
ling Nutter who fled across 3rd
St., according to a police report.

A washer and dryer valued at
$600 were stolen June 4 in the
500 block of 7th Ave. S.
Suspects entered the residence
through an unlocked door on
the door side of the property.

Bryant Mays Owens, 23, of
Ponte Vedra Beach, was arrest-
ed June 5 and charged with car-
rying a concealed weapon and
armed robbery with a deadly
weapon in the 4100 block of
3rd St. S. The victim told police
an unknown male suspect
wearing all dark clothing
approached him at 2:15 a.m.
and asked tor spare"',ch'he.
The man pulled out his' wallet
to give Owens a $1 and he
grabbed the wallet and tried to
flee on a bike, police reported.
The victim grabbed the bike
but let it go when Owens
reached into the front of his:
pants and threatened him, the
report said.
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after he was observed in the
same clothes walking through
the parking lot of South Beach
Regional Shopping Center.
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away while simultaneously
reaching into his waistband,
the officer started to draw his
weapon but the defendant took
off on foot, police said. Owens
refused several orders to stop
and kept his hand on his waist-
band as he ran, police said. He
was observed dropping a dark


object next to a retention pond
as he ran. The officer gave
chase on foot and apprehended
Owens who had a loaded 9mm
Beretta magazine in his right
pants pocket, the report said. A
9mm Beretta handgun was
recovered loaded with a full
magazine and one round in the
chamber, according to a police
report.
Strong arm robbery was
reported June 5 at a conven-
ience store in the 1000 block of
Beach Blvd. The clerk told
police an unknown male sus-
pect 'entered the store at 10:25
p.m. and went into the rest-
room. The suspect came out
with a white t-shirt covering
his face and handed the cashier
a note. He started to grab some-
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the clerk said he could not tell
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her belongings on the beach
about 8 a.m. and when she
returned from a walk her bag
appeared to be rummaged
through. A camera phone and a
pair of flip flops were missing.

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reported June 1 in the first
block of 1st St. N. A 45-year-old
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MEETINGS

Wednesday
Art association: The Pablo
Towers Art Association meets'
from 12:30 to 3 p.m.
Wednesday. 246-4153.
Ballroom .. dancing:
Ballroom dancing is offeredO
Wedhesdays at 7:30 p.m. at
the Senior Center, 19th Ave.,.
Jacksonville Beach. The cost is
$4. Call 241-3796 fdr informa-
tion'.
'Cancer support group:
The Cancer Support Group at
Baptist .Medical Center
Beaches meets at 6 p.m.
Wednesday at the Florida
Cancer Center 'in Medical
Office Building B on the hos-
pital campus. 247-2910.
Coast Guard Auxiliary:
U.S. Coast Guard'Auxiliary 14-
04 meets at 7:30 p.m. the first
Wednesday 'of the month at
the Captain's,.Club, 13363
Beach Blvd. Call David Green
at 246-4722 or 422-2811 for
. information.
First Wednesday Art
Walk: The Fist Wednesday.
Artt Walk Downtown. s. held
from 5 to .8 p.m. the first
Wednesday of.the month. The
event is free, 634-0303.


Kiwanis.. Beaches: The
Kiwanis Club-.of Jacksonville.
Beaches meets Thursdays .,at
noon at Selva Marina Country
Club, 1600 Selva Marina,
Atlantic :Beach. Visit
www.beacheskiwanis.com for
information.
Weight loss consults- Free
body fat analysis and weight
loss, consults are offered
rIE.sdavs at Metabolic
Res6arch Center, 274 Solana
Road, in the Wirin-Dixie.Plaza.

Lions Club of PV; The
Lions Club of Ponte Vedra
,Be h meets the second and
fodl th Thursdays, at noon .at
'A.ua Gall in Sawrgrass Viljage.
..Call Sue Holis at 616-2681 for
information.

'Sehiors By The .Sea:
Seniors By The Sea meets tihe
second Thursday of each
month in the Fellowship Hall
at Beach United Methodist
C r- r'-rThitd Street and
W. ONrt'AA n North,
Jack'snvilleleach, at 11 a.m.,
followed by 'lunch for $4.50.
Call 241-7300 for information.


JacksonFvi Singles
Dance Club:. The Jacksonville
Singles Dance Club meets
fropm 8 to 11. p.m. Friday at
the' Knights of Columbus Hall,
1501 Hendricks Ave.
Admission is $8, or $7: for
members. 779-1234.

Recovery, Inc.: Recovery,
Inc., a mental health support
group, meets at 6:30 p.m.
Friday at St. Paul's Catholic
Church's Family Life Center,
578 first Ave. N., Jacksonville
.Beach. 247-3299..
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Senior tennis: Tennis for
seniors is being offered at
Huguenot Tennis Center In
facksontille Beach from 9 to,
11 a.m. Fridays. 247-6221.
Bookmobile: The Library
Elderly Outreach Bookmobile
serves seniors living in The
Stratford from 9:30 to 10 a.m.,
and at Vicar's Landing from
noon to 1.30 p.m. every sec-
ond and ,fourth Friday. Call
David Hoak at 904-823-2783
for information.


CALENDAR


Wedftesdoy, 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
is available. Call Susan at 904-
714-9962 or Mary at 904-223-
1002, or e-mail atlanticbeach-
wc@yahoo.com for informa-
tion.

Art Walk: The First
Wednesday Art Walk will be
held in downtown Jacksonmille.
For information, call 634-0303
or 634-8988, or visit
www. Dow ntown Jackson -
ville.org.

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.

Storytime Science: Storytime
Science will.be held from 3 to 4
p.m. at Castaway Island
Preserve, 2885 San Pablo Road
South.The program is for ages 7
and ufider ind their adult com-
panions. Read a story then
examine the science involved.
Call.630-3577 for information.

Jazz in June: "Jazz in June"
will be held Wednesdays at the
Downtown Jacksonville
Riverwalk from 6 to 9 p.m. Visit
www.DowntownJacksonville.or
g or call 634-0303, extension
230, for information.

Beaches Watch: Beaches
Watch will meet at 7 p.m. in the
community room of the Pelican
Point, C6ndominium, 1901 1st
St N.,, Jacksonville Beach. The
meeting is open to the public.
.Call .513-9242 or visit
www.beacheswatch.com for
information.
,
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. 3.4 c. .or
members ancrs de-l,,.andt$7
for non-members. For informa-
tion, call 366-6911, extension
214.

Thursday
Republican women: The
Republican Women's Club of
Duivl Federated will have a
luncheon meeting at
W,ndham Hotel (previously
Radisson Riverwalk), Prudential
Drive, Jacksonville. A social
starts at 11:30 a.m., followed by
the luncheon meeting at noon.
State Representative Jennifer
Carroll 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 m'vs,
terry, "She Said What?!" Call


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241-9026 for information.

Friday
Exhibition: A printmaking
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
information.

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
information.

Saturday
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
www.firstcoastkoiclub.com for
information.

Repticon: Repticon, a reptile
event featuring vendors offer-
ing reptile pets and supplies,
will be held from 10 a.m. to 4
p.m. at Fraternal Order of Police
Jacksonville Lodge 5-30, 5530,
Beach Blvd., Jacksonville.
Admission is $7 for adults, $5
for children 5 to 12, and fiee for
ages 4 and younger. Call Billy
Healy at 407-230-7217 for
information.

Stars: East Coast Ballet's
spring production, "Stars," will
be held at I and 5 p.m. at the
Atlantic Beach Theatres on
Atlantic Boulevard. Call 241-
1266 for information.

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

Sunday, June 11
Golf tournament: The 3rd
Annual Sererhata Cup Gala and
Golf Tournament to benefit the
Council on Aging is scheduled


for today and June 12. Gala
tickets are $50 per person. Call
823-2228 for information.

Bible School: St. Andrews
Lutheran Chuich, 1801 Beach
Blvd., Jacksonville .Beach,' will
have Vacation Bible School
. ftom 6 to 8:30 p.m. through
June 16. The theme is "Treasure
Island," and there will be crafts,
music, games and stories for
ages 3 to adult. Call 249-4575 to
register.

Jazz concert series: "Smooth
Sounds of Hot Summer Nights"
will be' held from 5 to 9 p.m.
today, July 16 and Aug. 20 at
the SeaWalk Pavilion. Jazz gui-
tarist Ken Navarro will perform.
For information, call 247-6100
and press 3.

Tuesday
Yoga for breast cancer: Yoga
for breast cancer will be offered
from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at
Cobalt Moon in Neptune
Beach. Call Christina at 631-
8173 for information and to
register.

Blood drive: Fleet Reserve
Association Branch 290, 390
Mayport Road, Atlantic Beach,
will hold a blood drive from 3
to 7 p.m. Donors will receive a
free steak or vegetable lasagna
dinner and drink of choice. The
drive is open to the public. Call
246-6855 for information.

Wednesday
Flag Day.

Newcomers: Newcomers of
the Beaches, an organization
for women who are new to the
area, will meet at 11 a.m. at
Casa Marina Hotel, 691 1st St.
N., Jacksonville Beach. Call
Maggie Penn at 904-998-2331
for information.

Flag ceremony: A Flag Day
unserviceable American flag
ceremony will be held at
American Legion Post 129,
1151 S. 4th St., Jacksonville
Beach, at 6 p.m. The public is
invited and may bring such
flagsrfor proper disposal.

Thursday
Open house: Persephone
Healing Arts Center, 485 6th
Ave. N., Jacksonville Beach, will
hold an open house from 5:30
to 7 p.m. Call 246-3583 for
information.


. Republican Club: The River
City Republican Club meets at 7
p.m. at the Piccadilly
Restaurant at 200 Monument
Road in the Regency area.
Florida State Sen. Stephen Wise
is the guest speaker. E-mail
ghemsoth@'comcast.net for
information.

Free seminar: The Noble
Street School, 1356 Beach Blvd.,
is offering a free seminar about
the state of Florida McKay


Scholarship at 7 p.m. Call Lisa
Kamm at 803-3260 for informa-
tion.

Friday
Surfer visit: Pro surfer Kelly
Slater will be at the Seawalk
Hotel, 117 1st Ave. N.,
Jacksonville Beach. Doors open
at 8 p.m. Tickets are $10 online
(plus service fees) and 15 at the
door. Call 249-9981 for infor-
mation.

Sidewalk 'sale: Seymour's
Book Store will hold a one-day
sidewalk sale at the Ponte Vedra
Library from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Items for sale include cinema,
children, travel and exercise
VHS tapes for $1 each. Fiction
and non-fiction bargain books
will be sold for 50 cents each.
Proceeds are used to benefit the
library. Call Seymour's Book
Store at 273-3990 for informa-
tion.

Saturday
Boating course: The U.S.
Coast Guard Auxiliary Beaches
Flotilla 14-4 offers "America's
Boating Course" from 7:30 a.m.
to 5 p.m. at the Captains Club,
13363 Beach Blvd. between
Hodges and Keman). Call John
Davis at 904-821-9692 for infor-
mation.

Shell show: The Jacksonville
Shell Club's 40th Annual Shell
Show will be held from 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m. at the Morocco Shrine
Auditorium. The cost is $5 for
adults; $3 for children and sen-
iors; and free for Girl Scouts.
Call Judy Blocker at 246-4012
or 534-5312 for information.


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OBITUARlS


Eleanor Brown Cannon


Joyce Edith Morck


B. Foster Thomson II


* Eleanor Brown Cannon, 79,
died June 1, in Gainesville,
Florida. Cannon was a resident
of Atlantic Beach who moved
to Gainesville in 1956. She
established Eleanor B. Cannon
Realty, and was a member of
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church
and of the Junior League.
Survivors include daughters
Carol F. Cannon of Jacksonville


Trevor "T" Fox, 24, died May
31, 2006. He is survived by his
parents, Tim Fox and Roberta
York; the Fox and York fami-
lies; his girlfriend, Ruth Yeiter;
Frank Hufham, Ralph Kirk,
Chris Yeiter, Bill Martin, Joe
Prince and many friends.


Randall "Ronnie" Hall died
on Sunday,- June 4. He was
born on Nov. 27, 1928 at St.
Luke's Hospital to Joseph 'and
Margaret Hall. A Jacksonville
native and a 30-year resident of
Atlantic Beach, Hall attended
local schools including Landon
High and Bolles. He served in
the U.S. Marine Corps. He was
predeceased by his brother Joe
Howard Hall. -
He is survived by his wife of
54 vears, Marilyn; sons Randy,
of Atlarita and Keith, of
Jacksonville; daughter, Robin
Kendrick, of Atlanta, three
grandchildren, -Andrea
Kendrick of Jacksonville, Sarah
Hall of Hollywood, Calif. and
David Hall, U.S. Army; three
sisters, Jene Vereen of
Jacksonville, Joyce Arnold of


Emile P. Lalande Jr., 90, died
on May 31, 2006. He was born
on April 18, 1916 in
Moreauville, La. He was prede-
ceased by his wife of 57 years,
Ida C. Lalande, and two sisters,
Marjorie Lalande and Mildred
Coco. In 1978, he retired from
the East Baton Rouge School
Board and moved to
Jacksonville. Lalande was a
Pearl Harbor survivor who
served on the USS Phelps and
fought in 17 battles on the.
Pacific Front.
He is survived by daughters,
Phyllis L. Crotty, (Patrick) of
Ponte Vedra and Priscilla L.
Ellingsen (Rolv) of Lillesand,
Norway; son Steven E. Lalande


Michael Charles Leach, 37,
resident of Atlantic Beach, died
May 30, 2006. He was bom in
Albany, Georgia to the late
Lowell Thomas Leach and
Beverly Ann (Coglazier) Leach.
He is survived by his


and Kathleen C. Gallardo of
Tampa; son James E. Cannon
Jr. of Boulder, Colo.; four
grandchildren; a sister,
Kathleen B. Weatherby of
.Sacramento, Calif.; brothers R.
Coleman Brown of Gainesville,
Fla., and Marcus H. Brown of
Atlanta. The Williams-Thomas
Funeral Home in Gainesville is
handling the arrangements.


Thomas White Eichelberger


Thomas White Eichelberger,
81, died Tuesday, May 30 at
Community Hospice of
Northeast Florida. He was born
March 16, 1925 in Denver,
: Colo. and moved to Atlantic
* Beach from Butler, Pa. two
years ago. He enlisted in the
Navy following his junior year
of high school and served as an
aviation mechanic. Under the
Navy's V-12 Officer Training
Program, he attended a year at
the University of Colorado and
finished his degree in mechan.-
ical engineering at the
University of Texas in 1946,
receiving a commission as an
Ensign. Eichelberger Is sur-
vived by his wife Evelyn;


daughter, Carol (Richard)
Newell of Butler, Pa.; sons Bob
(Francie) of Altamonte Springs,
Fla. and Paul (Donna) of Mt.
Airy, Md.; sister Lois
Pumphrey; nephew John
Gebhardt of Denver, Colo.;
and seven grandchildren. A
memorial service will be held
this summer at Laurel Hill State
Park in Pennsylvania. In lieu of
flowers, the family requests
contributions to the
Community Hospice of
Northeast Florida, 4266
Sunbeam Road, Jacksonville,
FL 32257. Services under the
direction of Quinn-Shalz
Funeral Home in Jacksonville
Beach.


A memorial
service will be
held at a later
date. Services
under the direc-
tfon of Quinn-
Shalz Funeral
Home.


Jacksonville Beach and Dr.
Francis Hall of Leicester, N.C.;
nieces Dr. Paige French of
Jacksonville and Linda Hall of
Ocala, Fla.; and namesake
Thomas 'Randall Ford of
Bryceville, Fla. He was a mem-
ber of. the Beaches Chapel
Church in 'Neptune Beach. A
memorial service will be held
at 2 p.m. on Friday, June 9, at
Beaches-Chapel 'Church, 610
Florida Blvd., Neptune Beach,
FL' with Pastor 'Steve McCoy
officiating. In lieu of flowers,
donate to the Northeast Florida
Community Hospice, 4266
Sunbeam Road, Jacksonville,
FL 32257. Arrangements pro-
vided by
.the Hardage-Giddens Funeral
Home.


of Los Angeles; four grandchil-
dren, Shannon, Eric, Jan, and
Emily;' and five great-grand-
children, Mac, Hannah, Ethan,
Devon, and Norah. He is also
survived by sister Joyce Dupuy
and brothers E.O. Lalande and
Marion Lalande. Friends and
family are invited to a celebra-
tion of his life at the home of
his daughter, Phyllis, on June
10 from 5 p.m. to .8 p.m. A
funeral Mass will be held in
Moreauville, La. at the Sacred
Heat Catholic Church at 11
a.m. on June 16. The family
requests donations to the
Alzheimer's Association.
Arrangements by the Hardage-.
Giddens Funeral Home.


daughter, Megan; four broth-
ers, Tommy, Terry, David and
Lowell; four sisters, LouAnn,
Lisa, Lori and Lana;
and numerous friends.
Arrangements by Hardage-
Giddens Funeral Home.


Joyce Edith Morck, 78, died
June 5, 2006 in the Baptist
Medical Center. She was born
April 2, 1928 in Greenwich,
Connecticut. Upon completion
in Secretarial School, she was a
successful business administra-
tor for several large. corpora-
tions. She lived in the
Cathedral Towers and Pablo
Towers before moving in with
her daughter at the Woods.
Family members include her
daughter Judith Ann (Daniel)
Eckman; grandchildren
Christopher Eckman, Dennis
Eckman, Kenneth Eckman,
Andrew Eckman, Heather
Rowe, Christine Kestenbaum,
Nichole Morck, Shannon
Morck, Amanda Morck,. Jimmy
Morck.and Michele Morck; and


Sherriann Marie Parkes, 52,
died May 31, 2006. She was
born April 17, 1954, in New
Jersey. Parkes moved to
Jacksonville Beach from
Virginia nine years ago and was
a veteran of the U.S. Navy.
Family members include her
sons, Patrick Parkes of
Jacksonville and Greg Piterski
of N.J.; daughter Kristen (Josh
Bennett) Parkes of Jacksonville;
grandson, Ayden Bennett;
mother, Louise Piterski of N.J.;
brothers, Mark (Cathy) Piterski,
David (Dawn) Piterski, Scott


Aleyda U. PiRoman, M.D. of
Miami, Florida, died on May
28, 2006. She was bom in Cuba
on August 28, 1921. She was
predeceased by her husband,
Juan F. PiRoman, M.D.
PiRoman was chief of
Pediatrics at Baptist Hospital
before going on to private prac-
tice. She and her husband were
practicing physicians at the
Beaches for 20 years. Atlantic
Beach was their home until
they retired to Miami.


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Richard'Rockwell Pratt, Rear
Admiral United States Navy,
died on May'25, 2006. Born
on Oct. 17, 1914, to Harold
and Marguerite Pratt in San
Diego, California, -he was a
graduate of the Class of 1936
at. the United States 'Naval
Academy. An accomplished
athlete, he played varsity foot-
ball and was captain of the
varsity baseball team while
attending Annapolis. Pratt
was the quarterback of the
Midshipmen during the 1934
Army Navy Game, where
Navy won by.a score of 3-0 to
establish the first win against
Army in 13 years. He met his
bride, Ann Virginia Mecleary,
in Hawaii after graduation.
After a six-week courtship,
they were married in 1938.
Their first duty station togeth-
er was Shanghai with the USS
Augusta (CA-31), flagship of
the Asiatic Fleet. Some of
Admiral Pratt's assignments
included Executive Officer,
USS 'Lansdowne (DD-486),
Commanding Officer USS
Hudson, Executive Officer
USS New Jersey, Commanding
Officer, USS Norfolk and
Commanding Officer of
Destroyer Division 222. Upon
selection to Admiral, he
assumed command of
Amphibious Group Three. He
was then assigned to
European Command as the J6.
He then Commanded
Amphibious Training
Command and served on the
Board of Inquiry for the USS
Pueblo. He retired as


her great-grandchildren, Laura
Eckman, Megan Eckman, Amy,
Eckman Carolyn Eckman,
Michael Eckman, Alex Eckman,
Abbigail Eckman, Julie
Eckman, Brittney Rowe and
Nicholas Rowe. Morck was pre-
deceased by her husband,
Clarence Donald Morck; sons,
Donald Morck and James
NMorck; parents Carl
Thorbjornsen and Pearl
Quigley Thorbjornsen; and sis-
ter Jane. A ,memorial service
will be held at 4 p.m. on
Thursday, June 8 in the chapel
of Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home
with the Reverend Carol
DiGiusto of Palms .Presbyterian
Church officiating. Services
under the direction'of Quinn-
Shalz Funeral Home.


Piterski, Kevin (Kathy) Piterski
and Greg Piterski, all of N.J.;
and sister Darlene (Stan)
Gadecki of N.J. Parkes was pre-
deceased by her father, William
Piterski; husband, Thomas
Parkes in 2003; and brothers,
William and Gary Piterski.
A memorial service will be
held at 11 a.m. today in the
Quinn-Shalz Chapel with the
Reverend Lawrence Mulinda
officiating. Services under the
direction of Quinn-Shalz
Funeral Home.


Funeral
arrangements
were made by
the deceased
many years ago .
for cremation. "
She wished to
have her ashes PiRoman
scattered off the
coast at the Beaches. She is sur-
vived by two sons, John Faro
PiRoman of Miami, and
Raphael PiRoman of New York
City.


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Commander Service Force
Atlantic Fleet. He also served
at the Naval Academy for two
tours, teaching Ordnance and
Gunnery, and was the
Assistant to the
Superintendent and Executive
Officer of Bancroft Hall. His
personal decorations include
two Navy Crosses, the Silver
Star, the Distinguished Service
Medal, four Legions of Merit,
two Bronze Stars with "V" and
the Navy Commendation
Medal with "V."
Upon retirement, he and
his wife traveled the world
and spent time in Tamworth,
New Hampshire, where he
could be found trying to reel'
in any and all varieties of fish.
He is survived by his wife of
67 years, Ann; children
Richard R. Jr. of Jacksonville,
Pamela Pratt O'Keefe (George)
of Bethesda, Maryland, John
B. (Candice) of Atlantic
Beach, Ann Pratt Roy of
Augusfa, Maine, David B. of
Coronado, California,
Stephen H. (Tara) of
Burlingame, California; 11
grandchildren; and six great-
grandchildren.
Funeral mass to be held at
the United States Naval
Academy Chapel at 1330 on
June 20, 2006, with intern-
ment at the Naval Academy
Cemetery at Hospital Point.
Services under the direction
and care of Quinn-Shalz
Funeral Home in Jacksonville
Beach. www.quinn-shalz.com
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B.. Foster Thomson I11, 64,
Orange Park, died Monday,
June 5, 2006. Born Nov. 15,
1941 in Spartanburg, S.C., he
was a retired captain in the U.S.,
Coast Guard.
He is survived by his wife
Linda Thomson, principal of
Nease High' School,, two sons
and three grandchildren.
The family will receive visi-
tors 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. today,
June 7, at Broadus-Raines &
Pons Family Funeral Home,
501 Spring St., Green Cove
Springs. A funeral' service will


Megan Ann Willett, of
Orange Park, Fla., died on June
1. She was born on November
5, 2003. Megan is survived by
parents Christopher and
Jennifer Willett (Heston); sister
Lindsay Willett; and grandpar-
ents Bruce Willett of Elberta,
Alabama, Lin and Lanita
Heston of Live Oak and Wes
and Lydia Ervin Bunce of
Jacksonville. Celebration serv-


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be held at 10 a.m. Thursday at.
Mayport Naval Chapel, with
interment Friday in Barrancas:
National Cemetery, Pensacola,:
Fla.
In lieu of flowers, donations'
may by made in Capt,,
Thomson's name, Class of
1963, to The Coast Guard
Memorial Chapel in New
London, Conn.
Broadus-Raines & Pons
Family Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements at
(904) 284-4000.


ices will be held at 11:30 a.m.
today at New Life ,,
Christian ya
Fellowship, 2701
Hodges Blvd.,
Jacksonville, FL.
Arrangements are -
being handled by ||
Jacksonville W ett
Memory Gardens
of Orange Park.


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COLLINNIST
Organizing'lunch
for close to 150Q
is a task that
Jacksonville
Beach resident
Linda Blunk gladly volun-
teers for every summer.
For at least the past 10
years (she said she's never
really counted), Blunk has
coordinated a luncheon for
Camp I Am.Special at the
Catholic Diocese of St.
Augustine's Marywood
Retreat Center.
Camp I Am Special offers
children with disabilities
between the ages 6 and 13
the opportunity to enjoy a
weeklong overnight camp
experience.
The camp is held at
Marvywood's Camp St. John
on the St. Johns River in
Switzerland.
Each summer there are also
other camps offered at
MNarywood foi those with
more profound disabilities
and for teenagers and young
adults with disabilities.
While at Camp I Am
Special, the children have a


summer camp experience
that includes fishing, games,
swimming, arts and crafts,
cookouts, and sleeping in
cabins.
Each of the campers is,
assigned a bunk buddy from
a group of trained teenage
volunteers who assist them
and help them participate in
the activities.,
In a very real sense the
camp is an opportunity for
some special kids, both the
campers and their buddies,
to have a good time and
learn from each other..
Two of Blunk's children,
her daughter,kfarey Roberts,
and son, Beaver, volunteered
at the camp several years
ago. '
Roberts, who returned to
the camp June 1 to help pre-
pare lunch, is a special-needs
teacher for fourth and fifth
grade students at the Florida


'School for the Deaf and
Blind in St. Augustine.
Roberts', experience as a
former camp "buddy" led her
to the teaching profession,
now going on seven years.
"I had just leartied sign
language and was interested
in working with the deaf. I
found that working [with the
children at the camp] was
enjoyable, and I realized I
wos heading in the right
direction," added Roberts.
This year, she joined Blunk
and the other volunteers to
bring the lunch to the camp.
on June 1.
Blunk organized the lunch
with the help of other volun-
teers from St. Paul's Catholic
Church in Jacksonville
Beach.
The parish's Council of
Catholic Women. provided
the financial support.
"Everything always seems
to work out," said Blunk.
"The Lord puts it togeth-
er."
About a month before the
lunch, Blunk began recruit-
ing volunteers to make the
desserts and help at the
camp.
Close to 40 people brought


SPnolo Dy KATHY NICOLETTI
Linda Blunk uses a family recipe to make sloppy Joe sandwiches for Camp I Am Special.


in trays of cookies and treats.
A crew of eight volunteers
were on hand the day of the
luncheon to help Blunk
transport the food to the
camp, serve the lunch, and
dean up afterwards.
The menu stays the same
every year: homemade slop-
py Joe sandwiches, watermel-
on, chips, lemonade, and
dessert are served.
Blunk uses about 25
pounds of ground meat to
make her sloppy Joes.
The recipe has been in
Blunk's family for many),
years, dating to the time her
family owned a food store
and catering business in their
homestate of Michigan.

The following is Linda
BlUnk's recipe for sloppy foes.
Sloppy Joes

25 pounds of ground
beef

1 gallon ketchup

4 T Worcestershire sauce

1 T chili powder

3 cups green relish

three-quarters of a bottle
of onion flakes

2 T garlic powder

one and one-half T yel-
low mustard

1 can of beef gravy

Brown the ground meat,
adding the dry. seasonings
beginning with the onion
flakes as it begins to cook.

Add the rest of the ingre-
dients before the meat is
done browning. At the end,
add the ketchup. Stir the
meat and other ingredients
well as it books.

After the meat is
browned and all the ingre-
dients are well blended,
simmer uncovered for
about 30 minutes. Stir fre-
quently.
Serve on hamburger
buns.


T ed Simendinger's latest
book, "The Rise and Fall
of Piggy Church," should
be of interest to local watch-
dog groups such as the
Surfrider Foundation and
Beaches Watch.
The self-published, 182-page
novella centers around surf-
ing, beach access and the rise
of condo development in a
small coastal Florida town.
Simendinger, a former
Xerox Corp. executive and a
1976 Jacksonville University
grad, said his books have
always included a "social mes-
sage."
His horse-themed romantic
comedy, "12 Miles to
Paradise," is currently being
developed as a motion pic-
ture.
In "Piggy Church," his mes-
sage is a familiar refrain: The
best things in life are often
the most simple pleasures, like
fishing off an ocean pier or
surfing a pier break.
Simendinger used to shark
fish in the mid-1970s off the
old wooden pier on 1st Street
South, learning from masters
such as Blackie Reasor, who
landed a world-record ham-
merhead in 1974.
In "Piggy Church," a shark
angler and Vietnam vet
' named "Blackie" is dying of
Agent Orange.
Blackie's best friend, Tim
Pugh, shapes surfboards for
Lincoln "Piggy" Church, who
owns a string of surf shops
that specialize in selling cook-
ie-cutter boards to "wannabe"
surfers.
Piggy got his nickname
because he's a "wave hog."
Blackie got his moniker
because that's the way he likes
his coffee.
Conflicts ensue between -.
Blackie and Tim's simple way
of life and Piggy's insatiable
appetite for wealth and mar-
ket share.
It all ends rather predictably
but with the bad guy getting
the girl,-the money and the
last laugh.
Simendinger, who uses the
pen name Ocean Palmer, said
all the characters in "Piggy
Church" are fictitious except
for the board shaper, modeled
after Jacksonville Beach resi-
dent Tim Chew.
Chew and Simendinger met
at JU and have been dose
friends ever since. Both grew,
up in the Navy town of
Annapolis, Md., where Chew's
father was an admiral.
Simendinger studied busi-
ness at JU and graduated to a
successful corporate lifestyle,
eventually leaving Xerox with
a "golden parachute," Chew
said. Simendinger was JU's
Alumni of the Year in 2004.
Chew was.a school teacher
before leaving the classroom


JOHNNY
WOODHOUSE
ASSOCIATE EDITOR


to shape boards full-time and
surf whenever he pleases.
Tim the board shaper and
Blackie the fearless fisherman
dying of cancer are the
endearing characters of
Simendinger's short novel,
inspired, the author said, by a
visit to the old Jacksonville
Beach pier after Hurricane
Floyd.
"When I saw what remained
of the pier after the hurricane
blasted it, I got a pit in my
stomach," Simendinger said in
a phone interview from his
Denver home.
"It was a huge loss for the
beach community. I under-
stood what had been blown
away."
In the novel, the pier is sold
to make way for the Church
Station condo project, a 16-
story concrete tower that
would eventually cast a long
shadow on the beach, creating
a patch of "cold sand" in the
late afternoon.
Chew said Aqua East Surf
Shop in Atlantic Beach is sell-
ing signed copies of "The Rise
and Fall of Piggy.Church"
along with a "No Cold Sand"
T-shirt for $30.
- The-novella retails for-$9.95
on Simendinger's Web site,
www.piggychurch.com.
While at JU, Simendinger
worked as a butcher at a near-
by Winn-Dixie store to pay for
his tuition.
He donated the proceeds of
his first book, "Critters, Fish &
Other Troublemakers," to a JU
-scholarship fund in' memory
of his mother.'
He dedicated "The Rise and
Fall of Piggy Church" to Tim
Chew, whom he calls "a great
friend" who "never sold out."
Reasor's 704-pound record
hammerhead catch stood for
eight years before it was
eclipsed in 1982 by a 991-
pounder landed by Allen Ogle
off Sarasota.
But Simen.dinger feels
Reasor's record is still note-
worthy because it was estab-
lished at an ocean'fishing pier,
not from a fishing boat.
Writes the author: "The pier
was Blackie's life;, not the
whole pier, just the very end
of it."


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SStephanie Bryan


Bryan-Singleton


Stephanie Singleton and
Andy Bryan, both of
Jacksonville Beach, were mar-
ried Saturday, May 27, at First
Baptist Chuch in Jacksonville
Beach.
Eulie Brookihs Ill performed
the ceremony. '
The bride is the daughter of
Daryl and Ellen Singleton of
Jacksonville Beach. She is a
2001 graduate of Providence
High School and a 2004 gradu-
ate of Palni Beach Atlantic
University. She is employed by
Merrill Lynch.
The groom is the son of
Larry and Phoebe Bryan of
Jacksonville.
He is a 1996 graduate of


Fletcher High .Schc
2002 graduate
University of North
He is employed by
Kirsten Znick was
of honor. Bridesm
Sabrina Batyki, She
Tiffany Singleton' a
Singleton. Lauren- V
the flower girl.
Dave Witt was the
Groomsmen were.L
Jr., Chris Bryan,
Unkelbach and Chi
Wes Maas and Jeff U
were ushers.
After a honeymo
Blue Ridge Mountain
pie will reside in J
Beach.


Sandi and Joe Tanner

Tann er-Gauthier


Sandi Gauthier of
Jacksonville Beach and Joe
Tanner of Tampa were married
' Saturday, May 20, at Siesta Key,
Fla.
The bride is the daughter of
Patti Gauthier of Jacksonville
Beach.
The groom is the son of


ool and,a


of the .'Kristin Suzanne Martin of
Florida. Barnes, Wisc., and Adam-Mark
y Landstar. Laney of Neptune Beach have
s the maid announced their engagement
aids. were to.be married.
ally Myers, The bride-elect is the daugh-
and Jessica ter of Cynthia and Gregory
Valton was Martin of Barnes, Wisc. She is a
graduate of Mundelein High
a best man. School in Illinois and is
arry Bryan employed by Hewitt Associates
Kursten in Lincolnshire.
ris Bouten. The groom-elect is the son of
Jnderwood Donald and Marta XWhite of
Neptune Beach. He is a gradu-
)on to the, ate of Fletcher High School and
ns, the cou- is serving in the U.S. Nav y.
acksonville The couple plan to wed on
June 23, 2006, at Naval Station
.lo l iAllayport.-" '..- .


Delores and Tim Tanner of
Orlando. Jennifer Haggerty
Chessor and Kim Jackson
Cassee were matrons of honor.
Joshua Tanner and Issac Tanner
were groomsmen.
The couple spent their hon-
eymoon at Siesta Key and will
reside in Tampa.


Maria Jones and Ryan Crist,
both of Neptune Beach, were
married Saturday, June. 3, at
Community Presbyterian
Church with the Rev. Gabe
Goodman performing the cere-
mony.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs, Garrett D.
Wadkins of Atlantic Beach and
Mr. and Mrs. Dwight M. Jones
of Jacksonville. She is a gradu-"
ate of Florida State University


Alison Marie Ryan and Andy
Preslar, both of Orlando,
announce their engagement to
be married.
The bride-elect is the daugh-
ter of Larry and Sue Ryan of
Ponte Vedra Beach. She is a
2003 graduate' of the
University of Central Florida
with a bachelor's degree in hos-
Spitality management. She is
employed as an event planner
'.- for My Media Works of
Orlando.
The groom-elect is the son of
Mo Preslar and the late
Michael Preslar of Nferritt
stin Martin Island. He is 1999. graduate of
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anrd is employed by Campbell
Soup Co. as a retail business
manager.
The groom is the son of Mi.
and Mrs. Donald Crist of
Farmington, Conn. He is a gra-
date of the University of
Massachusetts and is employed
by Westwood One as a- TMC
operator.
After a honeymoon to Fiji,
the couple will reside in
Atlantic Beach.


Florida with a bachelor's degree
in business management., He is
employed as an assistant gener-
al manager of the Orlando
Marriott Hotel.
The couple plan to wed on
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Fifth-grade teachers at Neptune Beach Elementary were treated to a luncheon at Tijuana Flats
restaurant in Neptune Beach by the school's Parent Teachers Association.


Essay contest winner Thomas Henderson with runners-up Samantha Douglas and Paige Autry.
The Fletcher Middle School eighth graders wrote about "Creating a Culture of Peace and
Tolerance." The contest was sponsored by the Oceanside Rotary Club. The winning essay is
posted on beachesleader.com.


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TPC Sawgrass hosting Women's Golf Week


FROM STAFF

Former LPGA Tour commis-
sioner Tv Votaw will be the fea-
tured speaker Thursday night
as the TPC Sawgrass in Ponte
Vedra Beach presents a pro-
gram of events to coincide with
Women's Golf Week.
Now in its second year,
Women's Golf Week seeks to
increase women's participation
in the sport. A collaboration of
American Express and Golf For
Women magazine, the program
provides complimentary golf
instruction for female golfers 14
years of age and older, as well as
a week-long series of golf-relat-
ed social events at top facilities
throughout the country'.
"The goal is really to grow
the game of golf for women,"
said Amy Regnier, director of
sales and marketing at TPC.


Sawgrass. "It is so important for
women of all ages and skill lev-
els to know that golf does not
have to be intimidating and we
want to show them how fun
the sport can be for everyone."
On Thursday, participants at
the Sawgrass Marriott Resort
Spa will pay $25 for events
titled "A Celebration of
Women and Golf." The
evening includes a certificate
for participants to return to
TPC in November for a one-'
hour golf lesson. The Tour
Academy at Sawgrass is current-
ly under construction and is
expected to be completed by
November.
Participants will also receive
a certificate for a round of golf
'on the TPC Valley Course that
they can redeem during the
summer.
"Between the round of golf


and the one-hour lesson, that's
a $205 value nght there,"
Regnier said. "Plus participants
will take advantage of network-
ing opportunities, a fashion
preview trunk sale and the
guest speakers. So women will
actually be getting a great value
for their $25."
Votaw was LPGA Tour com-
missioner flom 1999 until 2005
when he left to become execu-
tive vice president of interna-
tional affairs for the PGA Tour.
The LPGA Tour saw unprece-
dented growth with Votaw at
the helm, including an increase
in prize money from $18.4 mil-
lion in 1991, when he. joined
the LPGA as general counsel, to
more than $42 million this
year.
Through Votaw's leadership
women's,golf attained more of a
presence on national television


and the emergence of superstars
like Annika Sorenstam and
Karrie Webb helped the sport
draw more sponsors.
While commissioner of the
LPGA, Votaw began a relation-
ship with tour golfer Sophie
Gustafson, of Sweden. The
move was criticized within the
LPGA and Votaw acknowledged
player opinion played a role in
his departure. The couple
became engaged in late 2005.
Along with the golf-related
activities Thursday night, an
auction will take place benefit-
ting the American Heart
Association's Go Red for
Women movement a
nationwide campaign dedicat-
, ed to raising awareness of heart
disease.
Women's Golf Week was
developed in response to input
from golfing industry leaders at


Ty Votaw


the 2004 Golf 20/20 confer-
ence.
"We .. are excited to host
[the] second event after a huge


success last year," Regnier said.
"Whether the ladies are just get-
ting started or are long-time vet-
erans to the game, this is going
to be a very special evening."
Later this month, the TPC
will host a "Thank You
Jacksonville" weekend in
which golfers can play the
Valley Course for $69 to $79.
Normally, golfers nmst be
members of the Tournament
Players Club or guests to play
the facility.
"It's in appreciation for 25
years of a great relationship
with the community," said
Regnier. "It's a fun event that's
open to the public and will give .
players who aren't members a
chance to play one of the top
courses in the area."
The "Thank You
Jacksonville" weekend is slated
for June 20-21.


Super Challenge draws hundreds


Photo by ROB DeAMIGELO
Players in the Girls 6 & Under division battle for possession of the ball Sunday morning at the Winn-Dixie 3v3 Super
Challenge at Davis Park in Ponte Vedra Beach. Nearly 200 teams competed in the two-day tournament, which served as
a qualifier for the 3v3 national championships in August at Disney's Wide World of Sports complex outside Orlando.


FROM STAFF

Hundreds of soccer players took to
the pitch at Davis Park last weekend as
the WVinn-Dixie "Got Milk?" 3v3 Super
Challenge drew nearly 200 teams to the
area.
The Super Challenge drew teams
from as far away as Key West, Sarasota
and Savannah but the majority of
teams were from Northeast Florida
including many from the Beaches area.
The event featured groups of kids in
three-on-three competition on small
fields. Teams play without a goalkeeper,
although a defender can drift back in an
effort to block shots with his or her feet.
The two-day event served as a nation-
al qualifier with winners earning a
chance to participate in August's


national 3yv3 championships at Disney's
Wide World of Sports complex just out-
side Orlando.
Age-group competition took place
Saturday and Sunday with as many as
15 game being played simultaneously
on the scaled-down soccer fields. For
teams with players 8 years old and
under, the fields measured 30 yards by
20 yards. Older age divisions play on
fields that are 40 yards long and 30
yards wide.
Games are divided into two 12-
minute halves, with a two-minute half-
time break. Up to six players are
allowed on each team, and substitu-
tions are made during stops in play.
The game tests individual skills such
as passing and dribbling in traffic. With
plenty of, open space, teamwork is


essential on defense.
The field of teams participating in the
3v3 Super Challenge was given a boost
when a competing Jacksonville tourna-
ment the National 3v3 Soccer
Challenge merged with the Super
Challenge late last month. That added
about 25 teams to the field of 170 orig-
inally registered for the Davis Park
event.
The Super Challenge took place in
conjunction with National Dairy
Month, which kicked off June 1. Winn-
DLxie supplied a variety of dairy prod-
ucts to the young soccer players, their
families and spectators throughout the
two-day tournament.
A portion of the proceeds raised by
the 3v3 Super Challenge were to bene-
fit the Ponte Vedra Soccer Club.


U.S. gets a bad draw


but still has chance


to make round two


By BOB FERNEE when a young Englishman took
RUNNING/FITNESS the world by storm, his name
was Wavne Rooney. When
The soccer world is going Rooney was carried off due to a
crazy with -'excitement and broken metatarsal bone in his
anticipation; The World Cup foot during the semi-final game
begins this Friday. against Portugal, England went
Tongues are flapping all day on to lose.
long: Who w-ill, advance from English hopes were high with
the fust round? Can anyone the talismanic Rooney in goal-
beat Brazil? Who will make the scoring, game-winning form
final? Also, especially if you are a until just over a month, ago,
USA fan, didn't we get a "bad when in a dub match against
draw"? Chelsea he incuned exactly the
Well, the fact is, yes we did get same injury. Now England, and
a bad draw. Then again, we got a England's opponents, wait. Will
bad.draw last time: as well. But Rooney play in this World Cup?
when you are not one of the If so, when? Does England have
world's great soccer powers land' a chance without him? The WC
let's face it, we're noti then has. enough drama of its own,
eve' "V'Tak"is'"Sid' draw. Until and now there's this. ""''
the team gets a lot better, we are In actual fact, the Brits
going to have to live with "bad don't have that much to
draws." worry about. They
The FIF4 World'f have a squad rich in
Rankings' place I talent and one that,
the United "' with a sliver of
States at num- luck, cari go all
ber five. That the way to
puts us. ahead B the final. In
of Spain, any case,
Portugal, Italy, j Eng land
England, Germany, should handily
Argentina and France, to win Groip B.
name just a few. Sweden, who England has
How ridiculous. If not beaten in 38 ears,
they thought so M should be its
highly 'of the 4w"C toughest oppo-
U.S. team why ''' tMt nent. By the time
didn't they give us a top the two meet in their last
seed in the World Cup? match of the first round it
Instead, they gave one to will probably be moot. Both
Mexico, the team that finished should have enough points to
behind us in our qualif-ing advance, but I expect England's
round. Senseless., Swedish curse will come to an
Yes, bad luck USA and just as end as it finishes off the first
we were getting better which round in victory.
we arei. Potential WC finalist In every World Cup there is a
Italy is in our group as well as "Group of Death" and this time
the Czech Republic and Ghana. it is undoubtedly Group C.
It is three points' for a win, one Think the USA got a tough
point for a tie (ties stand in the draw? Try this: Holland,
first round but not in the subse- Argentina, Serbia and
quent ones and nothing but Montenegro and Africa's best
tears for a loss. team, the Ivory Coast. Every
To realistically survive the first game in this group will be a to-
round a team will need a mini- the-death killer.
mum of four points and that is All but Argentina won its
cutting it close. So the USA will qualifying groups and this four-
need a win and a draw. Where some is almost too tough to call.
will they find them? Yet it is hard to imagine that
"Ghana's no problem," some Holland won't pull through.
say. Really? Don't count on it. Everyone thinks very highly of
Ghana is fast and physical and Argentina, some even predict it
has as much or more talent than could win the whole thing.
the U.S. Italy will be almost I think that Argentina is over-
impossible for us to beat, but we rated, just as it was last time
may survive the Czech game when the Argentinians fell in
with a point. the first round. My feeling is
I would like to be more opti- that they will do so again.
mistic about America's chances, Brazil recovered from the
because success in the WC could retirement of Pele but Argentina
mean advancement of the game has never been the same since
in this country, something that I Diego Maradona hung up his
would love to see, but quite boots.
frankly k.envision theuAmericans Serbia is tough; it is also the
finishing dead last in Group E, tallest teani in the WC, which
which will be won by Italy. makes players hard to beat in
Group A contains the host the air and on set pieces. In
country Germany', Costa Rica, 'qualifying, not even star-stud-
Poland and Ecuador. Germany is ded Spain could beat the Serbs. I
nowhere near the team it once pick them as one of the great
was but playing at home and up-setters in this tournament.
the benefit of an easy draw Ivory Coast will put up a gal-
should see the Germans clear lant fight but will ultimately fall.
with little complication. Poland Holland and Serbia live to see
should go through in second the next round.
place. Mexico, Iran, Portugal and
All eyes will be on England in former Portuguese colony
Group B as it takes on Paraguay, Angola make up Group D.
Trinidad and Tobago and Portugal and Mexico should
Sweden. have little trouble advancing
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Other specialized products available include mastectomy
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Redbass are plentiful off the
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Capt. Scott Darner with his
8-year-old son Brian, brother
Rob, dad Chuck Darner and
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took the "Scott Free" on
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ly and had plenty of action.
They boxed four big dolphin
to 20 pounds, two kings to 17
pounds and several cobia and
bonita.
Jetty guide Fred Morrow
fished the jetties with his
guests David Moore and Pastor
Phil Hoyer last Friday. They
pulled in eight reds (26 to 33
inches), two drum at.seven
pounds and three pounds and
lots of angelfish.
Capt. Mike Morris-fished the
river last week with Orlando
Lucas and his father Tom.
They caught six flounder and
four redbass measuring 23 to
29 inches.
Larry "Fishman" Finch
spent mast of his fishing time
in the river last week looking
for speckled trout. He and
George Altelevich fished
together last Thursday near
the Dames Point Bridge and.
caught their limit of speckled
trout weighing up to five
pounds.
On Sunday, Larry and
George's Uncle Nick, from
Chicago, caught 30 trout
weighing up to seven pounds
in the same area.
Capt. Dennis Young with
the Duane Schmidt party)
trolled from the "Sea Dancer"
and caught six kings before
dropping to the bottom and
pulling up nine snapper (eight
to 12 pounds), three flounder
and lots of seabass. Most of


available on the pier.
Capt. Chris Rooney made a
trip recently to the blue water
on his "Driftin' and Dreamin'"
with friends commander Tony
Martin, Robert Anderson and
John Goodling. They used bal-
lyhoo to catch 11 big dolphin
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On Thursday, Capt Kirk
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the jetties with live pogies for
bait and caught'18 redbass
measuring 26 to 36 inches in
length.
On Friday morning, Capt.
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Alan Gross fished the: jetties
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were, again, caught with live
pogies.
Canal guide John Dyrssen
and veteran angler Dwight
Hibbard with his friend Adam
caught 12 speckled trout to
four pounds. All were caught
on cork rigs with live shrimp.
Capt. George Strate and his
guests on the "Mayport
Princess" had a fine week of
fishing even in choppy seas.
On Sunday anglers unloaded
six jacks, several red grouper,
mangrove snapper and lots of
beeliners.
On another trip there were
large cobia; five dolphin,
seven jacks and a king on the
cleaning table.
' On the Jacksonville Beach
Pier last Wednesday, Rick Hale
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trout and a.25Sinch redbass.
Andrew Wilson caught a 12-
pound triple tail and Phllip
Grossman weighed up a two-
pound flounder. Both dead
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Graffi and Eddie McGowan.
They caught sLx dolphin to 21
pounds, two scamp grouper,
three pinks to four pounds
and eight triggerfish to six
pounds. Another good trip for
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Instruction takes place
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Oni 'voluntary' workouts and


'n ,co.t' footbl ri


Ts this an omen for the
Jaguars of 2006 a full-
back breaking an arm in
spring frolics, where heavy
work is supposed to be at a
minimum? Hey, Fred Taylor -
maybe you're smart to stay in
Miami:"working out by your-
self." That oughta be relatively
safe.
Come on, men, you're not
supposed to start destroying
each other til the summer
massacre.
Now Derrick WVimbush may
not be.star of the team, we
mean,.second-string star,
there's only one superstar and
the No. 1 quarterback had bet-
ter be safe. But Wimbush
showed he is a future star the
Jaguars have sorely needed.
Wimbush had begun mak-
ing a splash for himself as a
kickoff returned, even more
than as a fullback. Ace return-
ers are at a premium at best.
Certainly, they have been a
rare commodity around Alltel
arena.,
Early diagnosis makes it pos-
S ible tliat this former
V'andeibilt star could miss all
of trai ing camp and presea-
son. (Sme players would glad-
Iv trad? a broken'arm to have
that p ihilege.)
Wi bush made his name
last se 'on in a big way. Not
many cookies set a team's sin-
gle sea on record for kickoff
return (955 yards), but then
t that was a position that was
begging for a standout.
Onefbf his brightest days
Swas a 91-vard kickoff return
for a touchdown against
Arizonr in November. As if
this w4e not enough,
Wimbush also led the Jaguars
with 18 tackles on special
teams and was there to take
the fullback job when Greg
Jones had to replace Fred.
T,I lor who went down again.


REX EDMONDSON
PRESS BOX

The replacement for this
Vandy star could be Troy
Edwards or LaBrandon
Toefield, who is bracing at the
bit to get back into action.
Toefield has been used during
the past two years about as
often as hurricane precautions.
Edwards has been around, in
and out, too.
The coaches also have soph-
omore Chad Owens who
could get a crack at the job,
and the well-publicized rookie,
Maurice Drew; drafted from
UCLA.
All of this is interesting, but
a question more to the point is
just how non-contact is "non-
contact?" These pre camps are
supposed to be so safe your old
granny could suit up..
For that matter, is it really
necessary' to have pre-camp
before pre-camp before s'm-
mer camp and who-knows
how many other little "volun-
tary" prayer-meetings-and-din-
ner-on-the-ground-all-night-
singing things going on?
Most of it is "voluntary," of
course. Sounds like the Army
for some of us who had that
pleasure. "There will be a party
for the company voluntary,
of course that the colonel is
giving and you WILL have a
good time, etc."


But the Jaguars know what
they're doing. More or less.
And if the present "voluntary"
pre-camp can produce a win-
ner this year. maybe they
should keep them going.
Meanwhile, what if Fred
Taylor misses the next volun-
tary roll call? Coach Jlack Del
Rio has made it plain he wants
everyone here. "No player left
behind!" is his motto. Sounds
political.
Mr. Wavne Weaver could
possibly find a solution or
incentive to attract all players.
Gold stars for the helmets
might help. Prizes for perfect
attendance might do the trick.
Meanwhile, there are other
big stories to consider. Rickiy
Williams is going to the
Canadian Football League.
Their loss is Miami's gain. This
ought to get even for giving
haven to the draft dodgers of
the past. It's tough on Ricky
finding a job since the NFL
sent him to his room for a
year to break his smoking
habit.
They say Ricky is only play-
ing for the Argonauts to make
the $240,000 salary for child
support. It's a sad story. A lot
of the fans who cheer him
wouldn't make 240 grand for
years. It's great to be a grid
star. Even one with a smoking
habit.
Breaking.news Mark
Brunell's finger. The
Washington Redskins quarter-
back may be out for a while
with his wounded digit, but
should return by September.
By that time we may even see
Fred Taylor again. '
Who knows, by then they
even find out whatever
became of Jimmy Hoffa.
As for Brunell, if he could
survive those last years as a
Jaguar, he can survive any-
thing.


SOCCER: Handicapping the WC field


Continued from page B I

from this fairly easy quartet.
Heavyweight and heavy
favorite Brazil leads Group F
along witthAustraliaJyapan and
.Croaltia.,- Sentimental.-favorite
Australia has its work cut out.
Realistically, the Aussie's
chances are slim but are better
than lapan's. I think Croatia will
be a real mixer in this tourna-
ment and could go far.
To win the WC it takes a team
deep in talent, the ability to play
well together and a good deal of
luck. Brazil certainly has the tal-
ent and it always manages to get
up for the big tournaments. But
it is hard to imagine that even
the Brazilians will have the luck
to pull off back-to-back World
Cup wins. Yes, Brazil has won
the WC in Europe, and it is the


only South American country to
do so, but historically when the
WC is played in Europe a
European country wins it. Brazil
should win Group F, with
Croatia in tqiw., A.erwigdM,
will.get significantlyinmoi diffil
cult, even for Brazil.
1998 World Cup champion
France is in Group G with
Switzerland, South Korea and
Togb. Since winning the
European Championship in
2000, it has been all down hill-
for the French juggernaut. The
team flew home. after the first
round in the last WC, but the
French should have a
respectable campaign this time
around. It has, in Thierry Henry,
perhaps the world's greatest
striker, and superb talent all over
the field. France should win this
group. It will be close between


Korea and Switzerland but I
expect the Swiss will prevail.
Spain, Ukraine, Tunisia and
Saudi Arabia make up Group H.
Spain is home to one of the
5_.ekasqoccer ;e4gues,,,,i the
wolldi Spanish.:clubs, Barcelona
and Seville, won the Champions
League and EUFA Cup this year
and Spain hopes that is just the
beginning. But despite plenty of
talent, Spain always disappoint.
Spain's title, "The Great
Ufiderachievers," is one it can't
seem to shake. The Spaniards
also tend to be the victims of
poor refereeing. Can they break
the curse *this time around?
Maybe. I can see them going as
far as the semi-finals if all goes
well. The Ukraine will accompa-
ny Spain out of Group H.
Ukraine's another mixer in this
tournament and one to watch.


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Basketball
Beaches Basketball League at
St. Paul's School includes an 8-
game season for kids ages 3 to
rising 6th graders. Four divisioris
of play will be featured: Pre-K
(co-ed), K-lst (co-ed), 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 349-2611.

Cheerleading/Football
Pop \Varner Cheerleading and
Football is now accepting regis-
trations. For more information
%isit www.jax beachjaguars.com
or phone 247-3468.

Lacrosse
A summer lacrosse league for
varsity and adult men is forming
and will begin play soon. The
season runs through the end of
July.
Players must be members of
U.S. Lacrosse. For more informa-
,tion, visit pontevedralax.com or
phone Scott Cleary at 673-8269.

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.

Soccer
Fletcher Soccer Camp will take
place July 17-20 and July 24-27
at San Pablo Elementary School
fields across from Fletcher High
School).
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 1.
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-
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Sports 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
regionals.
Cost of registration is $150 per
team. For more information log
onto www.3v3socce.com.

Island FC is forming boys and
girls travel soccer teams for the
2006-7 season. Teams will be
offered in the following age
groups: U-12 (born on or after
8/1/94 but before 7/31/96); U-14
(born on or after 8/1/92 but before
7/31/94); U-16 (bom on or 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
N legan Pardue at 234-2646 or via
e-mail at ulrichm@educationcen-
tral.org.
Strollerfit
Strollerfit exercise with your
baby. Outdoor classes where moth-
ers turn their strollers into portable
exercise machines are taking place
in Atlantic Beach Thursdays and
Saturday, and Fort Caroline
Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays
from 9:30 am. until 10:30 am.
For more information phone
Sioblian Reigle at 997-8364 or visit
strollerfitcom/arlington.
Surfing
The Lisa Anderson Challenge is
a flee, all-women's amateur con-
test that provides an opportunity
for advanced female surfers to be
scouted by four-time world
champion Lisa Anderson and the
Roxy surf team manager. Women
ages 10 to 22 are welcome.
The Jacksoiville Beach stop
will take place June 7 just north .
of the Jacksonville Beach Pier.
Registration will begin at 9 a.m.
and the surf challenge will be
from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m.
Contest will be a jam-style
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impression. In case thesurf is flat,
participants are encouraged to
bring photos or videos of them-
selves in action to leave with
Roxy for review.
Following the contest, an
advanced screening of Rox's
newest film, "Shimmer," will take
place at the Atlantic Repertory
Theater (across from Aqua East.)
For more information visit
www.roxy.com/water/LAC.aspx
or phone Shauna Freese at 1714)
889-4298.
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The Grom Surfing Association
[GSA] is now called JaxPier Surf
Camp and is still located at 2nd
North. The contact number is
651-2843.
Application forms and dates
can be found .on jaxpier.com.
JaxPier Surf Camp is the only surf
camp in the nation with a live
streaming camp cam of the chil-
dren and young adults.
For information on the Grom
Surfing Series [GSS], call Chadley
Hajek at 247-5538.
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The Florida Surfing Association
offers advanced, professional and
intermediate amateur competitions
as well as surfing camps and clinics.
For more information, visit the
website at www.florida-surfing.org
or call (904) 626-9090.

Temnnis
Jacksonville Beach Tennis Center
will conduct a series of camps at
Huguenot Park on the following
dates and times:
Beginner Junior Camp 11 from 9
a.m. until 11 a'm. June 5-8.
intermediate Junior Camp I from
9am.until 11 a.m.June 12-15.
Beginner Adult Camp I from 6:30
p.m. until 8:30 p.m. June 12-25.
Beginner Junior Camp [n from 9
a.m. until 11 am.-June 26-29.
Intermediate Adult Camp I from
6:30 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. June 26-
29.
Beginner Junior Camp I' from 9
am. until 11 a.m.July 10-13.
Beginner Adult Camp I from
6:30p.rrm. until 8:30 p.m.July 10-13.
Intermediate Junior Camp I
from 9 a.m. until 11 am. July 24-27.
Advanced Junior Camp from 9
a.m. until 11 a.m. July 24-27.
Intermediate Adult Camp H from
6:30 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. July 24-27.
Cost for all camps is $45 with a
$20 deposit. All of the camps take
place at Huguenot Tennis Center,
218 S. 16th Ave., Jacksonville Beach.


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4BR/3BA-i- ottice New kitchen w:.granile
stainless steel. Screened healed pool.
Totally updated. 543-9142.
NEPTUNE BEACH Townhouses. 2 units,
1200sl. each, 2BR/2BA tlofts. fireplace.
patio decks, 2 blocks ocean, walk to town-
center $644.000. 246-8267.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 3BR/2BA, 1 car ga-
rage. $182,500. (904)403-3415.
ATLANTIC BEACH. 3 Blocks to-Beach.
2BR/1BA on 60'x150' lot. 255 Sherry Dr
$479,000. 349-2504.
ATLANTIC BEACH. FSBO. 3BR/2.5BA.
Appliances upgrades, 2000st, 2-story
$489,000: 534.4417.
ADORABLE 4.2. one. owner home has
one of the prettiest lots' in the area. Mani-
cured yard nas lush landscaping and room
enough for a pool. Fenced yard with extra
decking, screened porch, formal dining
room. eai-in kitchen with breakfast bar,
security, ceiling fans, and termite bond
Reduced to $244,900. Please contact
Phyllis Staines with RE/MAX Coastal Real
Eslate at 904-476-SOLD or visit
.www.pstaines.com

MOTIVATED SELLER!
Drastic reduction on this 4-bedroom home
in Dolphin Cove loaded with updates and
upgrades, Pergo-style floors, new baln-
room fixtures, new appliances, new roof-
and it's on a great lot backing to a bird-lill
led pondl NOW $325,000. Don't miss this
opportunityll Berry & Co. Real Estate,
(904)273-4800.
PONTE VEDRA FSBO. 3BR/2BA,Corian
reuntenops,- 1250sf ..Fireplace,-- car..gar
L rage. co _.munity pool. ,Walk tc Oceai.
9 "_^ 00F. 63-0505;


JAX BEACH Golfcourse. 69 Fairway
Lane. 3BR/2BA. Many updates.
$425,000. Will co-_p. 424-7204.
FSBO. '415 161h Ave. South Very -well
kept 3BR/2BA, 1540sl, screened porch.
upstairs deck. Must See! $409,900. Call
246-8809 Ior appoinlmenL
ATLANTIC BEACH. 3BR/1.5BA 'l"xer-up-
per'. Huge 1/2 acre lot on cul-de-sac.
$175k. 626-0663.
LIFE'S A BEACH
Remodeled beach house ready to move
in. 1230 61h Ave. N. Jax Bch
4 person brand new hot
tub is seller's gift to you
for a contract before
Pf July 31,2006.
Perfect IIt,for covered patio oft master
suitell Large corner lot, new paint in & out,
upgraded IMle through front of house, new
carpet through' back of house roof, 2 car
slacked garage & patio. 3 years new, wa-
ler neater & A/C, 1 year new.
Audrey Dostie Realtor,
904-298-4917
Planlinum Realty, www.plaiinumrealtyot-
lax.com.
FSBO' ATLANTIC Beach, 747 Jasmine
St.. $270,000. Call (904)757-2006.
JAX BEACH, 3BR/2BA, fenced yard,
screened-in porch and deck. Option to
lease. $475,000. 1904)247-8004,
(904 635-6943.
PONTE VEDRA Beach. THE ISLANDS,
2BR/2BA, attached garage, new roof,
comer lot. community pool, tennis.
REDUCEDI $240,000. Available Immedl-
ately. (904)703-8380, (423|768-0384.
MOVE IN READY, updated and refinished
3BR/2.5BA home in beautiful Independ-
ence Cove Being close to the JTB,
beaches and shopping are added advan-
lages to this great home. Just Reduced
904-563-1516.

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ICW AWESOME 4BR/2BA/2-car.,Approx-
imately 1/2 acre lot. $359,900
Hallmark Realty Group. 720-0045.
5BR/3.5BA. THE Woods, galed
$466,000. Call 220-7666.
-ATLANTIC BEACH Townhouse.
3BR/2 5BA. 2-car garage, fenced corner
lot, built in 2002. 1,600sf 602 Stocks St.
$244,900. 534-4848.
UPDATED 4BR/2BA on 27 acres just
blocks to the beach Beauidul wood Iloors.
fireplace and woofdburning stove, eai-tn
kitchen, lormal dining, spacious greal
room, inside laundry' screened porch,
deck w/ino tub Consideration may be giv-
en to lot sub-division $345,000 Phyllis
Staines, 476-SOLD RE/MAX Coastal, Re-
al Estate. www.pstaines corn
PONTE VEDRA, FAIRFIELD. 2200st,
3BR/2.5BA. Waterview. Tennis, pool.
Gated $417,000 Motivaled seller.
1904)910-7036.


ICW FSBO
VILLAbES of Pablo. swim tennis com,
muniry. 3BR/2BA. 1302st. 2car 'garage.
Beautliul- home located on cul-de-sac in a
quiel neighborhood close to10 school, shop-
ping and .beaches. Vaulted ceilings in liv-
ing room and master bedroom. New tile,'
Saln. solar tube skylights i5) and ceiling
ans thru-out. Fireplace, 10x30 screened
lanai w/outside patio Agenis welcome
with '3% commission. $228,900.
(904)465'7179
ATLANTIC BEACH 3BR/2.5BA 2-car ga-
rage. Newly updated. 5214,900. 1904)
200-0126.
TOWNHOME REDUCED!
New construction located al 6th Ave. S. &
91h St. In Jax Bch. 3BR/ 2.SBA, 1700sl.
tiled firslt floor, owners suite w/ luxury bath,
separate shower, private deck. Custom
kitchen, designer fixtures throughout. Dual
A/C, sprinkler system, fenced yard. 2 car
garage. Move in before summer Offered
at $325,000. Call for snowing 249 6150.
Will co-op with realtors

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MARSH SOUND 4/3 w/ office, corner lot
cul-de-sac, open Iloor plan. big yard. walk
to Alamacan,. 2470sr, $395.000 will co-
broke call 705-4872 13890 Sotlwind Trail
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GREAT POTENTIAL 984st lDock cons.,
large corner lot. 5 block oft ocean.
$306,000. 228-0553
FSBO. JAX Beach. Ocean Cay. 664
Bonaire Circle. Approximately 2200sf
3BR/2.5BA Hardwood, Granite, custom
Duill-ins $559.000. wi5000 Ilal lee to Re-
allors. 463-1197, 664-7432
NEW LISTING IN PVB!
Dolphin Cove PVB, 3BR'2BA, huge cor-
ner lot. all brick. cul-de-sac. updaled lie in
main Inving area Ready ro gol $304,900.
JOHNS CREEK ICW
3BR/3BAw,'large bonus room, popular
Iloorplan witormal Ivinl/ dining room. cov-
ered lanai, inground swim spa. Offered at
$339,500.
RIVER BROOK
4BR/2BA brick home in popular River
Brook. Huge Masler suite, large corner lo1,
formal living and dlnikng. Offered at
$355,900.
HIGHLAND GLEN
Beautiful "under construction" home in
galed community bedrooms'plus bonus
room, large lot. 3-car garage and much
more. Offered at $795.000.
SAN PABLO CREEK
3BR/2BA home in San Pablo Creek Spa-
cious floor plan, fenced backyard and
backing on to pond Oflered at $258.900.
VILLAGES OF PABLO
3BR/2BA beautifully remodeled home in
popular Villages ol Pablo. New rool, new
tile and carpel, ne" slainless appliances
in kitchen, repainted inside and out
Fenced, private backyard Offered at
$229.000.
ST. ANDREWS PLACE ICW
3BR03BA newly constructed Mercedes
bill home. Huge bonus room tooll Land.
escaped yard and a greatly loor plan. Of-
fered at $375 000
JACKSONVILLE BEACH
Upgraded home in San Pablo Circle,
3BR'2BA home w/spacious master suile
Fenced back yard, large den. immaculate-
ly maintained. Offered al $328,900.
FULL SERVICE. BIG SAVINGS
THE EXPERTS NEXT DOOR
Help-U-Sell Coastal Realty.
Call: 904-241-4447
SELL YOUR HOME STARTING AT $2950
www.helpusell.com/coastalrealty
TWELVE OAKS- NEPTUNE BEACH.
4BR, 2BA, 2 car gar., corner lotl circular
driveway Lg open front yard. small private
fenced backyard. Beau;ilul tree shaded
homes close to schools, shopping, beach
Needs TLC. Pnme condition: $450,000.
As is $350,000. 568-1936
JACKSONVILLE BEACH Absolute best
deal Buill in 2000 This 2500st.,
4BR/2.5BA home is like new! 1136 24th SI
N. Call 904-704-7966. $439,500.
NEAR MAYO Clinic. off San Pablo.
3BR/2BA, 2-car Homes. Remodeled
$270 000 to $500.000. Independent Brok-
ers, 710-3111
SAWGRASS PLAYERS Club. 3BR 2BA,
Ig scr. lanai, totally renovated incl. cuslonm.
cabinets. new appliances. lile.floors. Gat-
ed community w/ pool. $305,000
537-4083
PONTE VEDRA, 3BR/2BA, beautiful, re-
modeled townhome on lake. End unit.
$185,900. (904)424-0660.
NEPTUNE BEACH
FSBO.' MaryV need's lo seflr'13BI4'"-62 ,
only '5 blocks 161ocean'oh large iFeksltof.
$350,000. 349-2999 or 242-2421.


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DESIRABLE BEACH AVE TOWNHOME
End unit w/lenced yard. 3BR/2.5BA,
1660-7 Beach Ave. 2150sl, beach access
across street. Kitchen Isle W/ceramic tile.
Wood burning liIeplace, screened porch
w/deck. Single garage. $712,000 by
Owner 477-0102. '
FFORDA.E JAX eacn ,. ecqn flof,
9arst '"161d o ,o IS'&fect' for -arybne
who wiantri' liid tat ihietacfh otinot. pay
beach pnces!. Move-in ready w/relngera.
tor,-microwave, washer, dryer and ceiling
plans. Freshly painted interior, secunty sys-
tem, screened lanai, and fireplace are just
some ol Ine upgrades Reduced to
$152.000 Phyllis Staines, 904-476-SOLD.
RE/MAX Coastal Real Estate.
www.pstaines.com
ATLANTIC BEACH
3BR/2BA, 2000si., hardwood floors, over-
sized lot. 328 101h St. $699,000. Steve
246-9915. '
SAN PABLO Creek. FSBO. 3BR/2BA/2-
car. Very large, fenced,, cul-de-sac lot on
preserve. Extra detached garage/work-
shop. Many upgrades, 'excellent condition.
$289.900 219-9888.
FSBO- ICW Executive 3BB/2BA, great
marshview/iakevlew $349,000 or rental-
$1650/mo. 1,4046 Pine Island Dr Near
Mayo Clinic, sch6ols & Beaches. Call
242-4040.


JACKSONVILLE BEACH. Great Findl
This is itl"-Fully remodeled, 1500sf.,
3BR/2BA w/2car gar.- New roof, :lawn,
windows, paint, etc. 1137 12th SI N. 904-
704- 7966, $279,500. ,
IMMACULATE 3/2 w/lormal living room
that can be office or fourth bedroom. Stuc-
co front and hardiboard sIding- beautiful
landscaping and manicured lawn, lenceU
yard, room ,for a pool, formal dining
room, eat-in kitchen W/extra cabinets
security and irngation. -Inside- laundry
room. tons ot shelving and storage.and
community pool. Reduced to $285,000.
Please contact Phyllis Staines with
RE/MAX-Coastal Real Estate-at 904-476-
SOLD or visit www.pstaines.com
FOR MORE REAL
ESTATE LISTINGS
Call Audrey Dostie
Realtor
904-298-4917
Platinum'Realty, www.plat-
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PVB- 3BR/2BA, newer tile, consider lease
purchase, $174,900. Owner/AgenI
463-7343.
ICW WATERFRONT. 3BR/2BA, 2400st,
gated community. dock, 2 iIhs, 3 car ga-
rage, : workshop, screened pool;
$1,200,000, FSBO (904)992-8967
MILLIONAIRE'S BEACH
S HIDEAWAY -'
'i2 acre Io wirri'"4,12 90s t bl'hb'use ex-
clusive neighborhood/ most luscious land
scape & pnvate lot in all beach-area Re.
model to your fancy or tear doon & cus-
tom build. Exclusively listed by :
Audrey Dostie Realtor,
904-298-4917:
Platinum Realty www.plaiinumrealtyof
lax.com.
IMMACULATE 3/2, open great loom plan
w/lireplace on wooded lot is move-in
ready. Upgraded tile Ihroughouirilarge ear-
in, fully equipped kitchen with new stain-
less steel appliances. formal dining room.
sprinkler and security. This home is load-
ed!. $305.000 Phyllis Staines. 475-SOLD.
RE/MAX Coastal Real Estate,
www:pstaines.com
.BEACH INVESTMENT. 3BR/1.5BA/FR.
Sool. well w/pump, Ig. 6' lenced lot. Selling
as is" 1619 Sunset Drive :$295,000.
(904)2233969.
3BR FORECLOSURE, only $27,9001 Must
sell. For listings. 800-749-8124 ext. 1490.
JACKSONIVILLE BEACH
ENTIRE DUPLEX FOR SALE! Ebch side
has 3BR's 2BA's. Built in 1998. $590.000.
ATLANTIC BEACH
HIDDEN COVE- Lovely'4/2 w/ Ig scr. pa-
lio, backs up to preserve, new tile & car.
per. exc. cond:'$239,900.
PONTE VEDRA-
BELLEZA AT PONTE VEDRA4 1/1 con-
do, lots of amenities. Currently .leased
until Sept. 301h. $195,000. .
FORT CAROLINE
BROOKWOOD 'FOREST- 160dSF, 3/2 5
Townhome w/ garage. Great deal for the
money! $177.900. .'.
ARLINGTON
ARLINGTON HILLS- Cute 3/2 w/ garage
Great starter home in nice area. $149,900
ICW
ASHLEY WOODS- Like new 4/2, over
2000sf, 3yrs old, $279,900..
HOME FINDER REALTY
241-5501 OR 221-1711
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Unfurnished Homes Beach Walk SPV 2BR/2BA, -iom'e has Windsor Chase Kernan 4BR/2BA, i
; Marsh View SPV 4BR/4BA, screened porch, wood deck on. lagoon, bch great home on lake, 2274 sqft, two carS
Oceanviews. tile floors. $2000/mo. access. $1500/mo garage, club pool. $1475/mo.
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 C
Fairfield PV 3BR/2.5BA, two story upgrades thru-out. $1500/mo.. Newly renovated, new carpet, baths,
f home w/screened porch on water, 2 car Las Patlmas PV 3BR/2BA duplex w/new kitchen, tile, fireplace, walk to shops, great ^
j garage. $1950/mo. carpet, new kitchen, garage, fresh paint. amenities.
Yilano Walk SPV 4BR/3.5BA, newer $1300/mo. IBR/IBA, 1st floor. $695/mo.
two story. across from ocean, light & Penman Road NB 3BR/2BA, Home IBR/IBA, Villa. $875/mo.
Bright. garage. $1800/mo. w/screened porch, fenced backyard, large tot. 2BR/2BA, 2nd floor. $1195mo.
SFiddlers Marsh- PV 3BR/2BA, home w/ $1200/mo.; 2BR/2BA, fuumished. $1495/mo.
I' vaulted ceilings, 2 car garage, screened Bermuda Court PV 2BR/2BA,H6me w/ V'illas at Marsh Landing -JB ..
; porch on lake. $1750/mo. tiled screened porch, fenced backyard, tile Fireplace, screened porchS
Solano Cay PV 4BR/2.5BA, two story floors thru out. $1200/mo. 2B2BA, 1st flr, garage. 1050/mo
home w/spacious floor plan, patio, comm. Famurnished Homes OR/2 A, ground floor. i00/mo.
pool. $1700/mo. : Villages of Vilano SPY 2BR/2BA, 2BR/2BA, ground floor. $1100/mo.
Quail Point PV 3BR/3BA. Home has oceanfront condo, wood floors, upgrades, 2Borc, golf course views. llc50/mo.
1 screened porch,.decks, wood floors, golf garage, amenities. $1700/mo. porch, golf course views. $1150/
course views. $1700/mo. .Oceqa Grande SPY 3BR/3BA. Condo, Palms at Marsh Landing Jr
S z ."Screened porch, tile floors
L'atrium PV 3BR/2BA SFH, porch luxuriously furnished, screened porch, across 3BR2BA. t floor, end unit. $1285/mo
w/jacuzzi, lak6 view, fireplace, comm. from ocean. $3000/mo.R/2A.st floor, end unit. $1285/mo.
Spool, garage. $1600/mo. Intracoastal West MlAX COASTAL REAL ESTATE
Seaside PV 3BR/2BA, home w/sunroom, Wolf Creek Hodges 2BR/2.5BA brand new k'A Shannon Smith .5E
I private backyard, patio, comm. pool. townhouse, screened porch, preserve views, Shannon Smith(904)285-5640
$1595/mo. amenities. $1095/mo. www.rentthebeaches.com

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VILLAGES OF Pablo; FSBO, 2437 BluIf-
ton Dr W. Beautiful ,3/2, Ig. family .itnw/
vaulted,celling, brick frplc.. scr por. over-
looks Ig lencea yard Move-In ready Ask-
ing $239,000. Agents welcome. Call Cecil
lia (904)755-4327.
ATLANTIC BEACH
r$25k BELOW
APPRAISAL
Luxury 5BR/4BA, 5 blocks to ocean,
www.treehouse1918.com, $975,000, call
708-1403 or 246-9453.


PVB OCEAN GROVE 2/2/Dlx
FSBO, Save $14KI New Lakevlew, WI-FI,
resort pool- spa, AIA location, must seel
$222K, NO condo fees- FREE closing
727-458O4230, Open Sat.- Sun.
FSBO. CHARMING 3BR/2BA PVB home.
Family room. Florida room w/air. harwood
floords, crown molding, skylights. Great
schools and morel Will consider reasona-
ble offerss. Call (904) 285-3014
MAINTENANCE FREE BEACH LIVING.
FSBO, Neptune Beach Townhome,
3BR/2.5BA +garage. cul-de-sac, all appli-
ances, new AC/ plumbing carpet, comm
pool, boat storage bike or walk to beach/
Town Center. $267K Call 655-2718.
2BR/1 5 BA, 1100sl downstairs lile.
Screened- glass sunroom on lake/ Ioun-
tain view. Pool, Assoc fee $213/mo in-
cludes haz ins., Irasn. waier, & expanded
cable. Gated entrance $147,000.
(904)708-4480.
VILLAS MARSH Landing, 2BR/2BA ga-
rage, golt course view. all appliances,
$209 000. 887-5005
PACKAGE DEAL! 1 house on Tidal
Creek Marshview. dock. ICW area. Plus
1 direct oceanfront condominium
$750.000 334-8408.


1BR EFFICIENCY, Iblk Irom the beach,
$480/mo Includes water and gas. no pets
273-2484.
MAYPORT LANDING Townhome.
2BR/2BA, CH&A, fenced backyard., 1278
Wonderwood Dr. $790/mo. $700/dep.
280-2728, leave message.
1BR UPSTAIRS, no smoking, no pets.
$675/mo+ dep, 247-t935.
HALF BLOCK to beach. 1BR/1BA. 109
Florida Blvd. No Pets. $700/mo. $700/de-
posit. 535-8358 or 786-5127.
1BR/1BA, 2 blocks from beach, $500/mo
+ security dep., 333-6639, 514-2985.
NEPTUNE BEACH Townhouse.
2BR/1.5BA,. appliances, WDHU. Ouiel,
Marshfront. $995/mo. (904)334-6094.
ATLANTIC BEACH
Townhouse, steps to Town Center, clean
and new inside, private rear balcony. 2BR.
WDHU, great parking $1050,mo
280-2805.
SO. JAX BCH duplex- Kitchen equip. cell-
ing fans. Dalcony. WDHU. CH&A, 5 blo.:ks
1o ocean, no pets, $975-mo 737-7092
NEPTUNE BCH, near ocean. Clean, nice
1BR apt. w/ garden arium 1750'mo.
Avail. soon spacious 2BR 247-1417
PVB, SUMMERHOUSE, 2BR. 1 5BA lown-
house by pool. $1300imo 280 9138 or
(305)781-9696.
ATLANTIC BEACH
Townhouse, steps to Town Center. ver,
clean inside, 2BR, WDHU gieal parking
$975/mo 280-2805
FACING OCEAN
Spacious 1 BR w/study and porch lacing
ocean, wood floors. W/D. in South Jax
Beach 2224 Ocean Drive South
$900/mo. 993-2555.
www.BeachesApartments corn


THE PALMS at Marsh Landing, 1BR/1BR ATLANTIC BCH- beautiful 3BR/2BA, ga-
3rd floor. marsh view tile floor. vaulted rage, WDHU, 3 blocks 10 ocean,
ceiling. $146.900. 472-6254. $1400/mo. 904-742-6423


THE PALMS. 2BR 2BA, ground fir
$195.000 379-1713. 859-0989
PVB, 2BRi2BA. walk to Deach. Below
market value. $209.900. (904)955-0872.
OCEAN LINKS. 2BR/2BA, 1-car garage.
Golf course & lake views. Updated, new
paint, now available. $235,000 535-7234
PVB 2BRP2BA w/oversized 1-car garage.
Screened balcony overlooks wooded pie-
serve Split bedrooms, breakfast bar, new
carpet '1224,000. Call Top Sell, First
Coast Real Estate. 885-1298.
FSBO AWESOME opportunities to live in
PVB iownnouse style condo. NOT AN
APARTMENT CONVERSION. Bike to the
'beach from this 2,2 open floor plan w/al-
racned garage in exclusive'Fairfield galed
community High ceilings vy/crown mould-
ing, hardwood floors and extra storage.
Swimming pool. adull pool, Iitness center,
tennis courts, walking paths and much
more Seller willing to assist w/closing cost
*lor low down payment $253,500. 372-
9052.
OPEN HOUSE. Friday. Saturday, Sunday,
9am-5pm. 12 Jarden de Mer Place. J.B.
Newer 2BRi2BA many upgrades Kitchen
appliances,. washer.dryer, terrace, fire-
place, garage. security system. FSBO
$229 000 246-8775.
PV BCH 2BRP 2BA, $195,000 Grace Ellis.
All Pro Realty Specialists. 655-7923 Icell).
FOUNTAINS CHARMING 3BR/2 5BA
laminate Ilooring new kitchen. Updated.
5239,500 521-5555
OCEANVIEW
S JAX Beach, Slunning 3-story condo
Spacious 2BR/2.5BA $699.000.
(9041923-0985



PALM HARBOR Homes, factory model
center largest in Americal Modular and
manufactured Liquidation sale! Call for
tree color brochures. 1800)622-2832.
PORTSIDE. DW. MH. 3BR'2BA. 28X44,
laundry ioo.m. garden lub. assume mon-
gage $366.61 mo 904-.223-7022
HANNA PARK. Like new, 3BR/2BA single
1 215sf, w.carport. deck, all GE kitchen,
CH&A, washerioryer. new carpel. Many.
upgrades Financing available Rebecca.
246-7684
2000 DOUBLEWIDE 3,2 witireplace
Music be moved. $30 000 OBO 220-7666.



NEAR OCEAN. 2-3BR'1BA Upper Apart-
meni $1290'mo Yearly lease. 249-3970.
NEPTUNE BCH, Lora SI Studio apt w'
garage & deck 1 block to water All uil. &
W1D r.cl Quiet. Ireed seeing $700/mo
Call Rick 891-2345
JAX BEACH Apanment. 2BR. IBA. Newly
renovated. Wasner dryer Quiet area
$850-mo. deposit. 201 Nonh 9th SI.
246-9162 exi 3&.
JAX BEACH 2BR Apanment, near
Ocean CH&A WDHU. no pets,
S$795'mo.+ $400.dep. 246-3130
BEACHES. HODGES & Keinan. 1. 2 3 &
4BR Apanments & Homes. in luxury com-
muntiies Irom $800imo 233-4545
JAX BEACH. Brand New 2BRP2BA.
washer/dryer, pets OK $1200,'mo
190414.15-1576.
MOBILE HOMES $500 to $550 on pr,.
vale lois. Near Maypon Naval Station. no
dogs. 333-5579
VILANO BEACH, 4BR/4BA. 2850st., over-
looking Inlercoaslai. walk to beach, home
only 4yis old $1950 mo Carl Jan Hoff.
man 53F.7777.
WATERFRONT RENTAL 2BRI2BA Town-
house 1 mile west of Mayport ferry,
Hecksbcher Drive $1195 mo. 733-3730,
241-RENT.

OCEANFRONT
LUXURIOUS Pelican Point 2BR'2BA
available now $1700-$2600'mo 3 month
minimum rental (904)241-7206.
ATLANTIC BEACH. 2BR/2BA Duplex. Ap-
pliances. washer/dryer. CH&A $900'mo.
1Il. last, deposit. 735-3394. 803-2520.
OCEAN STUDIO super nice furnished, ca-
ble and electric included. $800/mo..
610-5527.
ATLANTIC BEACH. 1651 Coquina Place.
1BR 1,2 block from Ocean. large deck/
'yard. new carpet and lile, no dogs,
$750 mo. 2466039 or 962-6361
JAX BEACH Premium Oceanview
Renovated. Hardwood floors Dishwasher.
CH&A.:, S:uoios. $650imo. 1BR.'IBA
$850/mo. (9041859-1301. 553-1354.
COST STREET promotion 2BR/1BA,-
CH&A, WDHU, 808 1st St Souin, Jax.
Beacr Apt v4 Credit check,
888-259-0783
LARGE 'EFFICIENCY Apartment, excel-
lent lo6htion, 2 blocks to Ocean, very
clean. No pets. $575/mo. 642-1214 or
241-1219.


JAX BEACH. New Condo, '2BR/2BA. All
appliances, with washer/dryer, 1-car ga-
rage. $1300/mo. 463-7696.
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1224 Grand Reserv
1026 BeUeza
72 The Fountains
127 Jardin de Mer
925 Ocean Links
825 Ocean Links
834 Ocean Links
133 Bimmii Court
215 Crane s Lake
2 The Fountains
708 Marsh Cove L.
811 Ocean Links
67 Fisherman Cove


NEAR PONTE Vedra I block beach.. Best .
area quile, safe residential neighborhood.
2BR/IBA. lower duplex, new carpet, tile &
paint. CH&A, washer/ dryer included, no
smoking, no pets. $895/mo., lease depos-
it. 993-1118.
JAX BEACH, 1.5 blocks beach, 216 7th
Ave. S. 2BR/1BA+ office, sunroom. w/d,
dishwasher, Pets OK. Fenced yard.
$1250/mo. 434-4626.
OCEANFRONT
OLD Atl Bch near Town Center, 2BR 2BA,
beautifully remodeled, avail. June 1st.
$2100/mo. 294-6094.
ATLANTIC BCH Townhouses, 2 & 3BR's
1.5 baths, $750- $875/mo. plus sec.
Jordan Ct. (East of Mayport, off Donner).
642-1003.

S. JAXBCH 2 &3 BR
A fTO


SOUTHSIDE, GROVE 'PARK. 4BR/2BA.
BEAUTIFUL IN-GROUND POOL.
Fenced. Pool. care, WDHU included.
$1500/mo.+ deposit. ,993-8877.
Owner/Realtor.
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, tennis/ basket-
ball courts. $1200/mo Call 386-7873 for
appointment. :


al 1t t $ ATLANTIC BEACH. 3BR/2BA, spacious
CH/A, WDHU. East of 1st St. $795- ol in Seiva Marina area Large modern
1195'mo 4151 Tradewinds, 4 BR water : crer, w.'new Iridge & dishwasher Living
Iront $1500'mo. 241-7368. 733-3730. oom r replace Ahached 1-car garage,
WDHU, lenced yard, CH&A $1700,'mo
JAX BEACH, BeauiluI. 2BR/2BA Call Bob (904)631-6268.
4 blocks to ocean, fireplace, WDHU.
$1025/mo (904)742-6423. ATLANTIC BEACH 3BR/2.5BA, 2 car ga-
rage ~eiy uporeo. I n .u'.'vi. OU*


ATLANTIC BEACH Townhouse
2BR/1 5BA. Freshly painted,. ceramic tile
downstairs, WDHU. CH&A $7t45mo+ .
$500 depos;i 764 Cavalla Rd. Call
655-1534 .: .


MAYPORT LANDING Townhome
2BR.2BA. CH&A. 1243 Maypon Landing
Dr Available 6i15. l790,mo $700 dep
280-2728. leave message


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228 Tarrasa Dnrive laPablo Point 3/2'
337 Charlemagne Fiddler's Marsh/PV 3/2
106 Bermuda Bay Ponte Vedra 3/2
3343 Lighitouxe Poinie Lane Ja.x Beach 3/3
2001 Windiammer Ln South Ponte \edra 3/3.5 +0
112 Garden Gate Dr Pomnie \dr.'Azalca Point 3/2 '
S[7 Deer Cove Drive Ponie \edra/M.ush Landing 4/2.5.
9910 Preston Trail Ptnie \'edruaSajgrars CC 3/2.5
s804 MeBopolitan Ja. Beach 3/2
S05 Meiropolitan Jax Beach 3/2
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S 100/uk49 Tifton Wa. North Saw grass Country Club 2/2.5: 1500
$1200/wk75 Tithon Wa., North Sau grass Country Club 2/2/den 1500
$1200/wk 21 Little BaN Harbor Sawgrass Country Club 2/2 2100'
$1300/wk 17' Ae North u/pool JaxBeach 3/1.5 ". 1500
$1400 Beach Club V'ilas Sawgrass Beach Club Eff. '600
$1600/% k 2839 S.Pofite'Vedra. S. Ponte Vedra i 3/1.5 1500
$1700 741 Spinnakers Reach Sawgrass Beach Club' 1/1 700
$1700 743 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 Vedra/Oceanfront 2/2 1600
$2000 Vista Del Mar '' Jax Beach/Oceanside. 3/2 1700
$2200 Quail Point l Sawgrass Country Club 2/2 1800 \
$2400 444 La Reserve Circle Ponte Vedra/L'Atrium 2/2+office 1600
.$2500. 92 Tifton Way North Sawgrass Country Club '3/2 1900
125(00 117. Deer Cove Drive Ponte Vedra/Marsh Landing 4/2.5 2000
$2500/u k 728 Oceanfront Neptune.Beach/Oceanfront 3/2.5 w/gamerm2600
$2600 826 Spinnakers Reach -Sawgrass/Beach Club I/1.5 1100
$2700/wk 2824 Coastal Hwy Vilano Beach/Oceanfront 6/4 4000
$3000 Walkers Ridge/Pool Sawgrass Country Club 3/2 2100
$4000 408 Berkman Plaza Jax/Downtown Riverfront 2/2+loft 2100
$55.00 1931 Beach Ave(3mro.min.) Atlantia Beach 3/3 2400
**Other furnished properties also available
Daily, Weekly and Monthly.**


raqe Newly updaleo. $1.09l.Umo. ( u4)
200-0126
'3BR 2BA 1-slory house, 1850si, w' 2BR
1BA garage unit, CHiA, WDHU, blinds.
carpel Ig Florida room, carport, Ig yard,
$2000/mo 1000/dep. 347'3rd St., Atlan-
lic Bcn. 241-2624. -



ATLANTIC BEACH. 601 Camelia St.
3BR.'2BA., ile floors vauled ceilings, ire-
place, new Kilchen appliances. WDHU.
$1100/mo. 4$900/dep. 514-8761.
ATLANTIC BEACH Townhouse. Aquatic
Dr. 3BR/2BA, $1050/mo. plus deposit.
962-7412.
NEPTUNE BEACH. 2BR'2BA, Marsh
view. Quiei street, large wooded lol
$950/mo. i904)543-1150


SOUTH JAX BEACH. 3BR/2BA 1 '2 block
to ocean lyr minimum lease No pels.
No smoking $S1500,mo +deposit
19041241-0707
ATLANTIC BEACH, 3BR/ 2.5BA, new
paint, Ig lenced yard. near Mayponrt.
schools & beaches $950/mo. 579-6671.
WATERFRONT ICW. Palm Valley. 3.2,
160051. 600010 lih w. dock. $2250'mo.
273-1119.
JAX BEACH. 1036 141h Ave Nonh.
4BRj2BA ceramic ile, wnile ocala brick.
WDHU. $1400imo. 246-3482.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 3BR/2BA bike ao
beach walk to park Screened porch
lfenced yard POOL and workshed. 1sl.
lasi and securih, $1375'mo. Avail,. early
July 1904)247-4527.
2BR'1.5BA TOWNHOUSE, ceramic Ible
Iloors, CH&A. laundry room. patio, ienced
$950/mo. 617 7th Ave S Jax Bch.
993-1114 or 270-1284
WALDEN CHASE. near Nease H S.
5BR/3 5BA New home. Many upgrades.
: $2000/mo. Realty Executives. 273-3939,
6106460
3BR'2BA TOWNHOME. 8-A Ponle Vedra
Courn Available 71. $995fm. m.249-93q87


$500 OFF 1ST MONTH. PONTE VEDRA.
2BR/2BA, completely renovated, top floor
w/golf course view, near Sawgrass.
Amenities included. $1095/mo. Call
(904)710-3452.
PV COLONY, 2/2 garage, washer/ dryer,
hardwood floors, stone counters,
$1100/mo, East of Al1A. (904)543-9467.n-
PVB NEW 2BR/2BA Condo with ameni-
ties. Near Beach, $970/mo. 710-5200.
PONTE VEDRA 1BR, brand new inside,
less than a mile to the beach, full ameni-
ties 'incl. pool, beach shuttle & more.
$950/mo unfum., $1300 furnished. Call.
Michele 424-4484.
THE PALMS @ Marsh Landing. 2BR/2BA,
2nd floor, gated. $1200/mo. 465-0349. '
THE PALMS At Marsh Landing 2BR/2BA.
Waterview, wood floors, 1st floor, gated,
$1125/mo. 241-3941.
OCEAN FRONT EXEC lease 18th Ave N.
J.B. 3BR/2BA Avail Sept. 1st. $4000/mo.
770-429-9331.
PONTE VEDRA. 2BR/1BA w/master on
1st 'floor. Spiral stairs leading to loft on
2nd level. Resort-style amenities.
$1250/mb. Judy, 249-2044.


VILLAS MARSH Landing 2BR/2BA, ga-
rage coli course vie., beaulifuily furnish-
ed $1200'mo, unlurnshed 1000 mo
887-5005
PVB. 2BR,2BA, near Ihe Marsh Fitness
center. 2 pools. Vaulled ceilings, fireplace.
hardwood floors $975'mo 1904t543-1150
EXCLUSIVE MIRAVISTA, Atlanlic Blvd @
Ine Iniracoasrat Waterway 3,4BR, 3 5BA.
approximately 270031s wmarna view. Re-
sort style living $2500,'mo Includes 1 car
garage. water. sewer, cable. pool. spa
clubhouse, health club, Marina Walk, gat-
ed community w.'waier. Marsh and.marina
views. 40' boat slip also available. Call
now 463-2845


PV SUMMERHOUSE. 2BR,'2BA tire-
place. W.'D. 1100sI Corner unit. 2nd floor
TH. $1250/mo 285-14444.
PVB. GORGEOUS Condo. 2BR/2BA.
5-star. newly rencvaled. new appliances,
wasrher.arver fireplace. golf course view.
Beach access. $1i100mo. including waler
& association lees. 343.8172
PV SUMMERHOUSE. Great Ior exculivel
2BR/1 5BA, 1000sI spacious Omuier
bright. Everylning brand newi $1100'mo
285.4444.
PONTE VEDRA BEACH
IBR'IBA loh condo 5 solar amenities.
Club tachilites. security gale $650'mo.
East Coast Realry or Jacksonville
247-4724
TPC SAWGRASS, 3BR.2.5BA, garage.
vaulted ceilings., iieplace. community
pool. gated commrruniry $1500'rni
285-4618
PVB COLONY 2BR.'2BA, 1200sl., Ire-
place, W/D. 2nd floor, new carpel, nuge
ceilings. Molivaled $1195/mo 285-4444.
THE PALMS. Spacious Upscale 3BR/2BA
w.garage. $1300,mo Available 6 15
242-9173
PVB OCEAN GROVE SPECIAL
3BRI'2BA $1300/mo Beautilul. newly ten.
ovaled. many amenines. Garage. $100
Really Executives 273-3939. 610.
6460.


.. ... ATLANTIC BEACH 2/1 condo. 791 As-
N JAX BCH 3BR'2BA. FAMILY Room. s.si Ln. Carpel. dishrwasher. WiD appil.
Walk 10 schools & Beaches. $1250,'mo community pool. $800imc. 463-2399
i9541646-3669 .-... ...- -- .... .


ATLANTIC BEACH
DEERFIELD LAKES
2BR 1 5BA condo. $695,mo.
PONTE VEDRA
DOLPHIN COVE
4/2, 1 car garage. $1300/mo.
ICW
GROGAN'S BLUFF
3/2, 2 car garage. very nice home,
avail 7/15. $1050/mo
WINDSOR CHASE
3BR 2BA, 2 car garage, $1700,mo
BELMONT LAKES
S32. 2 car garage, $1395,mo.
KERNAN LAKES
--3BR 2BA, 2 car garage. $1495' mr -
.' ". RIVERBROOK '
4/2 2 car garage, $1550/mo
ARLINGTON
MERRILL PINES
Brand new condos,
.2BR 2BA $795/mo. & 3BR 2BA $995/mo.
SOUTHSIDE
Bd BELLE RIVE
SBrand new 2/2 5, 1 car gar condo, ,
$1300/mo
POTTSBURG CROSSING
3BR 2.5BA condo. 1 car garage,;
$ 1150'mo .
MONTEREY
2/2. 1133sl, ready nowr $995imo'
SUTTON LAKES
3/2.2 car garage, $12501mo
LOVE GROVE
University area 4BR 2 5BA house.
2800st, 2 car garage. $1500.'mo
IRONWOOD- ST. LUKES AREA
3/2 5, 2 car gar brand new Iownnome,
$1450'mo
QUEENAKERS
3.2 w/carport excellent cond $1025'mo.
NORTH JACKSONVILLE.
EAGLES HAMMOCK
4i3. 2 car garage. 2200si $1450/mo
HOME FINDER REALTY
241-5501 OR 221-1711.

5.3.5. GATED, The Woods. Avail July t
$3000imo Call 220-7666
WALK TO Beach. 4BRi2 5BA beach
house. CH&A Sr500/mo. +dep 120 10th
Ave. N Credit check. No pets 514-8530.
PONTE V By Ihe Sea 4BR/2 5BA. walk ro
beach. $2950'mo 472-0914.
JAX BEACH Nice 3BR1,'1 5BA, washer/
dryer large lenced yard. $1250/mo..'
704-2693 .
3BR/1BA. 8 Blocks to Ocean. North Jax
Beach, lenced yard. washer/dryer
$1200!mo. 631-8099.


I;W- GRAND Reserve @ Windsor ParK
Golf. 2BR/2BA former model, huge clos-
els hardwood, granite, ile, WiD and ga-
rage 904-536-1170. $1100 mo. Avadi.6'l
PONTE VEDRA Ben, 1,1 2nd lloor, all
new, 5-siar amenities, beach access
$835'mo. Avail or renl. sale or lease op-
Iron lo buy. 19041704-9885.
LOVE THE BEACH? Soulh Jax Beach
3BR/2BA. Furnished Sleps io Ocean.
washrer'dryer 242-0411.


OCEANFRONT CONDOS & Beach'
homes Weekly.monnly V.iil us al.
jaxbeachrenial.com or 535-3911 or
535-3828.
OCEANFRONT RENTAL
4BR/4BA, weekly. monthly. yearly. Call
1904-1249-8269.
S JAX Bch. 2BR. lully lurnisned, ocean-
front condo: Monthly' Weekly. 241-0267
www reniracksonvillebeach.com

OCEAN PARK SUITES
Luxury lurnisned I & 2 Bedroom Suiles
High Qualiry King Beds
Equipped Kitchens.
2nd Street & Sih Ave Souin
www.oceanparksuites.com
(904)318-0044
OCEANFRONT, 1 or 2BR furnished con-
dos. weekly or monthly. 1904)463-7343


FURNISHED. 3BR/2BA walk io the
beach. $500/mo. includes unlines..
571-0874.
FURNISHED ROOM. 1 mile to oeacrh,
$500;'mo inci. all. first & latest. 314.4478


PONTE VEDRA Beach Dolphin Cove,
7 CoDia Sl 2BR.2BA. large lenced yard. ROOMMATE. KERNAN/ ATLANTIC. Nice
$1100'mo. .$1100/dep. No smoking, No 3BR/2BA nouse, washer/dryer. $495/mo.
pets. 285-230.2, 945-6547. .- includes urilines/cabte 568-2157.
NEPTUNE BCH, 3 blocks to ocean 3BR ROOMMATE TO share 2BR 1 5BA, wash-
2 5BA, avail 7/1,06 $1400imo. 477-3066 er"dryer, 1 1/2 blocks olt beach. $625'mo
994-6779.


ATLANTIC BCH. Selva Marina, 4BRH
2.5BA, 2800s1 Ig lenced yard, $1850/mo
476-7320.
ICW- 3BR/1BA w/den $950/mo +deposit'
3522 Claridge Drive Easl. 333-2066.
NICE 3BRi'2BA, Jax Beach, 6mo' lease,
lawn service included. $1350/mo.
+$1000/dep. 904-753:2458

EUW~ht]| (i:V


ROOMMATE WANTED M/F $650 +1i3
lees and utilities. Exclusive Miravista,
gated. pool, nol tub, health club, water-
ironm w/manna view. Room has own bath-
room, brand new large unit, 2700st.
(904)463-2845
HOUSE. WALKING distance to 'beach.
$600/month. 1/2 Utilities. Call 477-8700.

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PROFESSIONAL NEED 1 or 2BR Apt. or $550/MO INCLUDES utilities, pool and
will house 5il. long term, personal referen- kitchen 'privileges, must have refs,
ces available 246-6755. 223-0815.


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,


NICE, LARGE Master bedroom, in The
Courtyards of Mayport. $500/mo.+ utitl-
lites. 235-9304."


LARGE 1 room healthcare office. Share
common areas, bathrooms, office manag-
er, ample parking, .3rd Street, Neptune
Bch. 241-0666.


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PVB SUMMERHOUSE. 2BR/2BA, Beach-
side. End unit, 1-story, large yard.
$1400/mo. (904)612-6532;


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


LOST, REWARD. Small Jack Russel mix
about 30 Ibs. White w/brown markings. No
collar. Lqst at 4th Ave. North vicinity.
Comes to the Dname "Jackson." WE MISS
HIM. 249-4865, 625-6870. Also, brown
fluffy cat, yellow markings around neck,
"Marley.".
HOMELESS PETS for adoption- Cats &
dogs. 246-3600.
LOST MALE Pug, fawn w/ black mask.
Missing from Atlantic Beach. Reward.
: Please call 885-6296.


HOST FAMILIES needed for college stu-
dents from Ireland June 28th for 4 weeks.
Also boys & girls ages,10-14. Info call
993-3226.
HUNT ELK, Red Stag, Buffalo, Whitetail,
Fallow-Guaranteed hunting license $5.00;
Season 8/25/06-3/31/07. We have a No-
Game-No, Pay policy. Book how! Days
(314)209-9800; Evenings (314)293-0610.


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


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lawyer Nowl 24 Hours Protect your legal
Rights A-A-A ATTORNEY Referral Serv-
ice All Accident, Injury & Death Claims Au-
to, Bike, Mall, Shopping Centers, Pedes-
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DIVORCE $2751-350 C'.oveis children.
etc Only one signature required! Excludes
govt fees! Call weekdays 18000462-2000
ext.600. i8am-7pmi Aira Divorce. LLC.
Eslabl.shed 1977


Notice is hereby given thal on June 25,
2006 at 10 30 am. the rotlowing vehicles
will be sold for Towing. Storage, & Labor
charges Vear 1998, Make: Pontiac.
VINe 1G2HX52KOW4217600 to satisty
Labor Services repair, lowing, and slor-
age charges The vehicle will be solar 1or
$1392.34 Vehicle is registered to.
JOHNNY PRICE 8530 BRAZIL RD.,
JACKSONVILLE. FL 32208
Lienholder CNAC 1400-1 CASSAT AVE.
JACKSONVILLE, FL 32205
Interested Pares: JOHNNY PRICE, 9028
, DERRICKSON DR., JACKSONVILLE. FL
32210
Pursuant ro F S. 7 13.585 the cash amount
of $1392.34 would be sufficient to redeem
me vehicle liom Lienor Any interested
parties have a right to a hearing prior to
tIhe sale by ling a demand wilh the Clerk
of ine Circuit Coun in Duval County The
owner nas ine right to recover possession
of ine vehicle 1y posting a bond pursuant
to F.S 559917 and it sold Ine proceeds
remaining from me sale will De deposited
with the Clerk of ine Circuit Counrt lor dis-
posilion. Lienor reserves Ihe right 10 bid
Lienor COGGIN PONTIAC GMC. 9201
ATLANTIC BLVD., JACKSONVILLE. FL
32211. 904-721-6952.
BL 67,06


NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE -
Beach Body Towing Co., Inc. gives
Nolice 01 Foreclosure ofr Lien and inient to
sell inese vehicles on June 28. 2006,
9:00 am at 922 7th Ave S., Jacksonville
Beach, FL 32250-4208 pursuant 10to sub-
section 71378 of Ihe Florida Slalutes
Beach Body Towing Co.. Inc reserves the
right to accept or reject any and'or all bids.
Cash only day ol sale No allies. warran-
lies or guarantee o hliles "As is".
1B3EJ56X1SN630878 1995 DODGE
1FALP6533WK168121 1998 FORD
1FTEX15NXKIKB165041 1989 FORD
1G1JC1242VM134776 1997 CHEVY
1G1LT53G7MY135759 1991 CHEVY
1G1LW15M4SY116893 1995 CHEVY.
1G3HYS3LXt.1810400 1992 OLDS
1GJBR35Y4FX409564 1985 BUICK
1G8ZH559XRZ279383 1994 SATURN
1GMDX03E8XD315051 1999 PONTIAC
1N4BU31D7VC 117389 1997 NISSAN
1N6ND11SXKC368121 1989 NISSAN
2C3ED46F7RH680957 1994 CHRYSLER
4T1SK12C6RU467361 1994 TOYOTA
JHMEH6269PS005276 1993 HONDA
JM1BG2244L0176747 1990 MAZDA
BL 6.7/06


Notice is hereby given that a Neighbor-
hood Meeirng of ire Indian Woods Subdi-
vision of the City ol Nepiune Beacn. Flori-
da, will be held on June 15. 2006 at 6:00
pSm, in the Council Chambers. 116 First
Street, Neptune Beach, Florida. This
meeting is to discuss traffic issues.

If a person decides to appeal any decision
made by trie Council with respect to any
matter considered al such meeting or
hearing the person will need a record ol
Ine proceedings and for such purpose
may need to ensure ihal a verbatim record
ot Ine proceedings is made. which record
includes ihe leslimony and evidence upon
whicn the appeal is to be based.

In accordance w,ih ihe Americans With
Disabilities Acl and Secrion 286.26, Flori-
da Statute, persons wiih disabilities need-
ing special accommodation Io panicipale
in these meetings should conlac irhe Ciry
Clerk's'Office no later than 5.00 p m Ine
day of the meeting.
Lisa Volpe CMC
City Clerk
BL6/7/06


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT :
OF THE FIFTH JUDICIAL COURT,
IN AND FOR
MARION COUNTY, FLORIDA


Case No: 06-1730-DR-FS
Division: Family Civil


IN THE MATTER bF ADOPTION OF:
NATHANIEL CHARLES TRAVIS
AND
RUSSEL JAMES TRAVIS
MINOR CHILDREN
Amended NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS
PENDING ADOPTION:.
To: Birth Father: Jerry Edwin Belcher Jr.
Last known address: 11291 Harts Road,
Apt. 1204, Jacksonville, FL 32211.
To: Birth Mother: Brandi Aiuppy
Last know address: 7722-1 Hare Ave-
nue, Jacksonville, FL 32211
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Petition has
been filed in the above styled court for the
termination of your parental rights to NA-
THANIEL CROCKET BELCHER, a male
child bom on 3/5/2003, in Duval County,
Florida and RUSSEL DEAN BELCHER a
male child born on the 10/21/2003, in Duv-
al County, Florida for subsequent adop-
tion, and you are hereby notified to re-
spond and ile your written defenses, if
* any, to it on the Petitioners, Troy Travis
and Priscilla Preece, whose mailing ad-
dress is Post Office Box 136, Candler,
Florida 32111, on or before June 19,2006
and file the original with Clerk of this.Court
at Marion County Courthouse, 110 NW 1st
Avenue,, Ocala, Florida 34475, whose tel-
ephone number is (352)620-3577, before
service on Petitioners or immediately
thereafter. If you fail to do so, a default
may be entered against you for the re-
lief demanded In the petition.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT
FAILURE TO RESPOND TO THIS NO-
TICE CONSTITUTES CONSENT TO THE
TERMINATION OF YOUR PARENTAL
RIGHTS TO THIS CHILDRENN. IF YOU
FAIL TO RESPOND TO THIS NOTICE,
YOU MAY LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS
TO THE CHILDREN) NAMED IN THIS
NOTICE.
Dated May 11,2006
David R Ellspermann
Clerk of the Circuit Court


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RNE EE
AUCTION NOTICE Avante at Ja


Notice is hereby given that pursuant to the
"Self Storage Facility Act", Florida Statutes
Section 1, Part IV of Chapter 83, Laws of
Florida 1982; the personal property con-
sisting of clothing,, personal items and
household goods of:
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.
Robert 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,
furniture.
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
arid al bids and establish minimum bids to
compensate for all costs.


Dispatcher NEEDED P/T paid per shift.
Cal 838-8029.
RESTAURANT JANITOR, 3rd shift, 7
nights per wk, good pay, call Jim,
770-480-7686.
HOUSEKEEPER- COMPANION for elder-
ly lady., 4 hours per day, noon-4pm, 3
weekdays. Background check. AtI Bch,
Selva Lakes near bus route. 465-7179.
HAIRSTYLIST WANTED. F/T PIT. Com-
mission paid daily. Full benefits. Base pay
starting at $9/hr. $200. sign-on bonus. Call
247-7823.. .


DRIVER NEEDED Immedlately lor moving
company. Experience helpful. 285-2426.
EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER 20-
30/hpw, requires complete understanding
& regular use of Quickbooks. (min 2 yrs)
Experience w/reslaurant and construction
accounting is a plus 1904j237-6655 or lax,
resume wirelerences to 992-9833.
EXPERIENCED COOKS & Servers to
travel to Festivals. 249-8269.
VAN DRIVER. No CDL required. Musl be
over 25y, experience preferred Beaches
Academy. 1725 Penman Rd., 246-3885.
LINE COOK and Chef, P/T or F/T, Tues:
thru Sat. Good pay. Fine dining restau-
rani Apply at 1540 Atlanlic Blvd.,
314-3685 .


PT WEEKEND RECEPTIONIST
Avante at Jacksonville Beacn, a progres-
sWve 165-bed skilled nursing and reriab Ia-
cility seeks an aniculale. outgoing. and
sell-motivated customer service oriented
individual to greel visitors, answer mulli-
line phone system & provide administra-
live assistance HS grad 6 monins clerical
and telephone experience and good multi-
lasking abilities a must Experience wiln
Microsoh Word a plus Position hours are
8am-2pm. Saturday and Sunday Please
apply in person at 1504 Seabreeze Ave-
nue. Jacksonville Beacrh FL 32250 EOE.
ww-w avantegroup.com
IN-STORE DEMONSTRATORS
New Producl Movers, a national slanting
agency, is looking for individuals to exe-
cule in-siore demonstrations Must be
able To engage shoppers to demonstrate
products promote brands and dishibute
samples and brochures Excelleni position
lor those who want o10 work mostly week.
ends pan-time. To apply call
18001768-4650 ext 18533 or visit


BL 6/7,6/14,6/21,6/28/06


ATTEND COLLEGE online from home.
Medical, Business. Paralegal. Computers,
Criminal Jusiice Job placement assis-
lance Compuier provided Financial aid iI
qua3iied 1i8661858-2121 www OnlineTide-
waierTecrh corn
AMERICA S DRIVING Academy Slan
your driving career Ortenring courses in
CDL A One uiicon lee, Many payment op-
ionsiI (Jl registration leei 18881808-594,7
inlo'.americasdrt ,rigacaclemycom
IF YOU are ,nieiesled in advenrsing under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
Semail classilied,,'obeacnesieader corn -
SUMMER HORSE CAMP- JUNE 5 THRU
JULY 28, 2006. For inlo call 285-7958 or
visitI Our websiie al
www.hollyhocksfarm.com

PIANO LESSONS
All levels. styles & ages Will come to your
home Piano Tuning also available
241-4954. 655-3300
HEAVY EQUIPMENT Operator training for
employment- Bulldozers: Backhoes. Load-
ers. Dump Trucks, Graders Scrapers. Ex-
cavators. National Cenificaiicon. Job Place-
ment Assistance; Associated Training
Services (800)251-3274 www.atsn-
schools.com.



SECRETARY, EXPERIENCED. Possible
F/Tfor right.person. Real Estate office. Fax
resume: 273-4848..
PART TIME Receptionist/Data Eniry
30 year 'c.ld consulting company located
on Hodges Blvd. is seeking a part time
front desk Receptionist/Data Entry person.
Must have professional appearance and a,
polite speaking 'oice Experience in an-
swering a multi-lirie telephone system is
desired Basic computer skills are re-
quired. Must be able to accuraielv inpul
customer iniormalionr ino a computerized
database system Other duties include
creating reports maintaining inventory of
office supplies, and otrier general clerical
'functions. Working hours are Monday
through Friday, 2:00 to 6:00. Please email
.your resume to mail@balescompany.com
or fax to 398.8121.
PART TIME Receptionist. Insurance Of-
fice. Experience preferred. Apply in per-
son, 415 North 3rd Street, Jax Beach. '
P/T RECEPTIONIST, Thu/ Fri,'8am-8pm.'
Knowledge of Word and Excel. Must enjoy
working with elderly. Apply in person at
1700 The Greens Way, Jax. Bch.
EOE/DFWP


TELEMARKETER/ APPOINTMENT Setter-
needed. Great pay/ hours. $8/hr., bonuses
for'each job, benefits avail. At least 1yr.
experience. Off Atlantic Blvd. near Regen-
cy Square. For appt. call Matt Meadows
472-9132.


P/T SETTING appts. for Ponte Vedra in-
surance agency. 401K exp a plus.' salary
plus Donus. Call 285-1117 or lax resume
285-0930.



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EXPERIENCED CUSTOM Trim Carpen-,.
ler needed Beaches and Ponle Vedra
areas. Call Tim 509-9071.
WANT HOME most weekends with more,
pay Run Heartland's Florida Regionall
$.42.'mle company drivers $1 22 for Oper-
alors! 12 month OTF; required Heanland
Express. k800)441-4953 wwwheanlan.
dexpress.com.


DRIVERS
RECREATION DEPARTMENT
Drivers pan-time and lull-time. Be a mem-
ber of a great team Join our Recreation
Department at a premier retirement com-
munity Fun work environment Class C
CDL Passenger Endorsement License
Required Musl be able to sel up and
break down tor special events. Compeli-
live wages and excellent benefits. Applica-
lions available at Fleet Landing Securiry
Gate. One Fleet Landing Blvd. Atlantic
Beach, FL 32233- Fax to 904.246-9447:
email to jobs@fleetlanding.com.
EOE/Drug-free workplace.
THERAPISTS WANTED- Licensed SLPS
jn'Miami-Dade and Broward counties. Bi-
lingual a plus Per diem &'F/T. Bilinguals
mnc Child & Parent Services, (866)696-
0999 x122 www.bilingualsinc.com. .

SERVICE MECHANIC
Local pool company seeking experienced
service technician. Musl have knowledge
of pumps, filters, heaters, and chemical
aulomalion systems, 3-5 years experi-
ence, pool remodeling skills a plus Salary
dependent oh experience., Excellent cus-
tomer service skills, full benefits 401k
Fax resume 16 Surfsise Pools Jax Beach
at 904-249-8801 or email-
uIe'@ surfsidepools.nei
BURDENBEARER SERVICES needs reli-
able cleaning help. ResidentialiCommer-
cial. Call 242-9358.
DISPATCH LOAD Coordinator needed for
large liatbed trucking company. Exp. in
Iransponalion necessary. Salary depend.
ent onh experience. Health/ Life/ Dental/
401K. 'Paid vacation/ holiday and more;
Grayson Mitchell Rick 800-434-1882.
MEDICAL ASSISTANT. Immediate open-
.ing for fast paced IM/FP practice.,Compet-
itive salary & benefits. Fax resume:
(904)241-0831, or call (904)241-1035.
DRIVERS $1500 bonus every 6 'months.
OTR, Excellent home time, New Equip-
ment, 1 year Experience Class A with tank
& hazmat. Call (877)882-6537. www.oa-
kleytransport.com.
VET RECEPTIONIST F/T. Experience
Preferred. PVB. Call 285-0023.


TAXI DRIVERS Wanted. Clean driving re-
cord required. Call April, 246-9999.
A/C & Heating company needs Installers
1& Service Technicians. Top pay & bene-
fits. Call Rob 509-3062


CHILDTIME LEARNING Centers seeks
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.

*DRIVERS*
DO you want to join. a winning team. Don't
get left out. Our driver's make $500-$700
per week. Call 249-5151 ask for Brian or
,493-5250 ask for Tim Collins.
OPTOMETRY OFFICE ASST.
Seeking personable, reliable person for
front office. Phones, scheduling, insur-
ance. Will train, if highly motivated.
285-8448.
LANDSCAPE WORKERS
Local company seeking experienced
workers for landscape and irrigation instal-
lations. Above. average wages for hard
workers. Driver's license preferred. Call
MBI Landscaping al 249-3317. or apply al
861 lOih SI Soult-,. Jax Beach.
EDUCATIONAL SALES
Join our leami I1 you can excel at inside
sales & desire a lasl-paced work environ.
meni, we may have an excellent
opponuniy for you You will join a Nalion.
al company & ork in Ponte Vedra Beach
Ideal candidate wili have 1+ years e per,.
ence inside sales customer service. cr
lelemarKeting & excellent communicaliorn
skils. Aoiliry to handle business accounts.
Base pay plus commissions. FT, no eve-
nings or weekends. PT avail. Fax re-
sume 19004285-0010 or e-mail:
jim Q'mediakids com
FOOD PREP- M-F, experience preferred.
Beaches Academy 1725 Penman Rd. Jax
Bch., 246-3885.
NORTH FLORIDA LAWN HOPPERS Is
taking applications, for lawn maintenance
& landscaping positions. No experience
necessary. Call Aaron, 861-7431.
BEACHES CAR Wash- lull lime help'
needed, Wages negotiable lips Benefils
Avail Apply in person. 1401 Beacn Blvd.
LULU'S WATERFRONT GRILLE
F/T & P/T Servers. Good money, casual
atmosphere, very busy, great people to
work with. 285-0139. \ .
DISPATCHER NEEDED lor large flatbed
Iruckinq company Exp. in iransponaiion
necessary Salary dependent on expert.
ence. Heall lile/ denial 401K Paid va-
cation/ holiday and much morel Grayson.
Mitcneil inc Rick 800-434-1882
F,/T VET Tecrinician & Kennel technician.
Slan immediately. Apply at Animal Med,-
cal Chnic 8000 Sawgrass Village Circle.
Ponie Vedra Beach, 273-9560
DRIVER- Hiring qualitled drivers for Cen-
tral Florida local and nalnonal OTR posi-
tions. Food grade tanker. no nazmaTl, no
pumps. Greal benelils. compelilive pay
and new equipment. Need 2 years expert.
ence. Call Bynum Transpon lor your op.
porlunry loday. (800i741-7950.


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


WANTED CARPENTERS & Helpers Re.
.modeling Ocean. Edge Condos, Jax
Beach 693-3130
DIR OF NURSING & RNs Alt Sn.ns)
DON needed ior 60 bed SNF in Norin Jax.
Prior exp in elder care, knowledge of fed-
eral/ slate regs and leadership skills a
must Contact Joel Clausen. Edgewood"
-'Jursing Center Pn 19041766-7436 Fax
'904)766-5749 Email jciausen,''slerling-
health.pom


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.

MAINTENANCE TECHS
Full Time: Small Engine Mechanic/ Punch
Out at a premier irement community.
Excellent benefits. Applications at Fleet
Landing Security Gate, One Fleet Landing
Blvd. Atlantic Beach, FL: Fax to 904-246-
9447; email to jobs@fleetlandlng.com.
EOE. Drug-Free Workplace.
PAINTERS WANTED for custom home
painting. Transportation & experience.
635-9249
IMMEDIATE OPENING. "Foreman for
lawn/landscape company. Excellent pay.
Must have own transportation & clean DL.
Experience required.: Contact Ron,
.334-3311. "

EXPERIENCED SHIPPING & Receiving
Clerk salary open needed immediately
249-3862 caii lor an apple.
FULL-TIME CHURCH MINISTRY ASSIS-
TANT POSITION OPENING. Excellent
computer, word processing, communica-
lion and people skills needed Major re-
sponsibiiilies include membership records
and other comrnputer-based tasks. Compet-
.ative remuneration and benefits. Contact:
Neptune Baptist Church, 446 3rd Street.
Neptune Beach, FL 32266 904-249.2307
chrisiinenepiuneoapiisi org

SALES REPRESENTATIVE, salary +com-
mission, benefits. Apply in person: Sun
Cruz Casino, 4378 Ocean St., Mayport.


15TH YR Anniversary Specials
Residential cleaning and move-ins.'ouis
Call TpTop Maid Services Inc today at
223-5033 lor your special discounts
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HERMON'S MULTIPLE SERVICE
Specializing in Commercial and Residen.
liai Cleaning Lawn Care. Auto Cleaning,
Window Cleaning. Janitorial Services elc.
Call Hermon. 246 -1238 612-1755
.. '. .*'. .


NURSERY HELP Hrs 8-5. Also. irngaiion
technician. Call 221-0605


PUT ME To Work. I'll clean your house or
o CliCe, care Ior your children while you go
oul; water your plants and care lor your
cats while you're away Call Jeannie
Townsend, 631-1392.


SEWING MACHINE Repairs Complete
luhe up Al1 makes all models $49 50.
241-2112


AFFORDABLE WINDOW CLEANING,
"3 years experience Reasonable prices..
low minimum rates. weekend appoint-
menis avaiiaole. |9041525-7419
,Aouvc a vyonow-ua.v..p.n- r".


ABOuvE & Beyond HouseKeeping uDe.
CARPENTER WANTED For remodeling pendable detailed cleaning Licensed. In-
work. Experienced only. Call 285-8829. sjred. references. Immediate openings
^ A,.r,^e, r.,M^>.r,,v -... ... Mr- 591-5901. 514-1188


LANDSCAPE rE COMPANY lookigUly duI u
pendable FT.'PT helper Transponation
and license required Call 285-2952
DISHWASHERS NEEDED at last pace
breakfast & lunch restaurant. Weekends
required Apply in person Call for appoini.
.ment Player's Cale 273-5595
FRONT DESK4RECPT10ONIST/ OFFICE
MANAGER in nolslic, internal medical ol-
fice. Full /part time. secretarial, clerical,
and support ol M D a unique selling Ex-
perience required in answering phones,
computers, communications and pubic-re-
laions Must Ie enihusiasic dependable,
cornsisltent, and an excellent matcn hFax
resume with references, no phone calls
please Persephone Healing Arts Center,'
FAX: (904)246-3778


POLICE CAPTAIN
City of Allantic Beach Siar;ng pay of
$26.02/nr l$54,122yr lo $34 70/hr.
($72.176.yr i DO 0 -oenells Bachelor's
degree & min 5 yrs law enlorcemeni ex-
perence Musi obtain Stale ol Florida Law
Enlorcemen Cenilicathon wiin.n 1 yr. of
nire Second in command 'where Chief is
in DROP plan Applications accepted until
06,28/06 800 Seminole Rd. Atlantic
Beacn. FL 32233. For more info ,call
o904)247-5820 or visil www coab us. No
smokers/ tobacco users Drug testing con-
ducted. EOE .


BEALLS
NOW HIRING Area Manager We are
looking lor a motivated individual to over.
see & coordinate specific cleparments
within the sore Bealls others excellent
company benells. competitive salary, arid
ongoing opponunilies Ior growth & ad-
vancement Apply in person 3876 Soulh
3rd St., Jax Beach


LULU'S WATERFRONT GRILLE
A.M. Line Cook. Good money, casual at-
mosphere, very busy, great people to.
work with. 285-0139.
FRAMING CARPENTERS, G.C. Superin-
tendent for established company. Drug
free work place. Benefits. 241-2721.


THE PIE Hole (serves .breakfast, lunch
and pizzal Now hiring exp line cooks for
local Maypont Cale. apply .within 1487-9
Maypon Rd 249 7437


FIRST CHOICE Home Improvements.
Needs skilled carpenters &'tree climbers.
349-2628
OFFICE ASSISTANT BEACHES'AREA
Answer phone, Word/ Excel necessary.
Good pay & benefits. Fax resume
(904)249-8870.


HOUSEKEEPERS
Full-Time with great benefits and work en-
vironment at a premier retirement com-
munity. Experience preferred... Applica-
tions available at Fleet Landing Security
Gate, One Fleet Landing Blvd., Atlantic
Beach, FL 32233; Fax to 904-246-9447;
email to jobs@fleetlanding.com. EOE/
Drug-free Workplace.
., -* *.


.GENERAL CLEANING Home Offices
Detailed cleaning available Reierences
242-2546. 305.5489.
HOUSEKEEPER WITH 10 yrs.- exp. nas
openings lor rin.mes or condos. Will run er..
rands, pe' sit house sif, iron No job too
big. Call 728-9174
A SPECIAL Toucn lor your rome No
c'ews individual and exseileni relerences
Licensed Kim 568-4191
COLLEGE STUDENT Cleaning Service
has opening available in your rome. E'x-
ceilent relerences Call 631-8527
SUPERCLEAN SERVICES
We clean everyining carpets. tile and
groul, windows. pressure washing, rool
cleaning, Mlc. Package discounts availa.
ble. Call Jonaiman 270.-1112



FENCES
WOOD Fence Specialist. Inslall, replace
35yrs Experience References (vlick Out-
,dOor Enierprises 241.7276 838-9599


ARE YOUR Inveslmenis Returning 18.?
For more inlormatton please visit
www brardnermongage com and clinK on
mortgage investors or call 1904)448-0155


MI 2-------
STUCK?' FRUSTRATED? Call Rob. All
'applications, house calls, training, 'repairs,
upgrades, websites, graphics Free phone
tech. 904-249-3034 or email:
callrob@comcast.net.


COPUERREAI


QUALITY SERVICES
at Reasonable prices. Free estimates.
One time Clean ups, mulch, sod, shrubs,
also lawn maintenance avail. Insured, ref-
erences. 207-4037.


INFANT CAREGIVER, working w/children
6/mos-12mos. old, 'experience preferred.
Beaches Academy, 1725 Penman Rd.,
Jax Bch., 246-3885.


Drivers CDL A "Honey I'm Home...Every
Weekend" Great pay & benefits! Special
orientation pay for exp. drivers Paid train-
ing for school grads! Cypress Truck Lines,
Inc. www.cypresstruck.com (888)808-
5846.


RESORT

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Weofferc
. opp

. Please apply in l
* 1000 PGATO
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FORGET THE TIEi, Give Dad leisure lime
for Fainer's Day Landscape by Linus
294-2269.

PERSCHELBROTHERS
SERVICES, INC.
PROFESSiONAL LAWNr service We movw
iawns Free esiimaile 246-096-
TONY S LAWN Care 992-8728


SOON TO De Florida Siaie student took-
ing io make some money Ihis summer lor
school by curling grass Ii inieresied
please call 483-0059 or 223-553t a s l.or
Devin
DAVID'S LAWNCARE Iree eti.males.
sod work, landscaping, nonesi & depend-
abl.- Residenirai & Commercial Call Da.
vid 710-1030
S D. THE Yard Man Mows yards Very
good prices 19041 803-76411
GOT WEEDS' Cneap Moei's Clean-ups.
maintenance No yard too big or small
422-0593

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

GREEN ACRES LAWN CARE
One t:me or yearly Licensed. Insured.
Residenital. Commercial 742.6763.


PRIME MAINTENANCE, INC. A Profes-
sional Lawn & Landscape Maintenance
Co FREE ESTIMATES. 535-2515
ENDLESS SUMMER Lawncare Free es.i
males Prolessional customer vervi':e
Mowing edging, weeding, Irmmirng- trees.
shrubs. Licensed & insured. Residential &
commercial CALL US FIRST! 270-2664.


PATRIOT PRESSURE Wash & Window
Cleaning Licensed, Insured Free Esit
males Houses decks walKways, drive-
ways patios 248-9672
, PRESSURE WASHERS lor rent or sale
Tucker Equipment Rental 246.1 330
OCEANSIDE CLEANING INDUSTRIES
Safe roof cleaning.. Deck & fence
resloraiion. Pressure washing Licensed &
Insured. Call Kevin, 994-0045.



QUALITY PAINTING PLUS INC.
Residential. Commercial
Licensed, insured Free Estimates
19041723-0092 19041333-4158

TWO "M" PAINTING
NEW CONSTRUCTION, remodeling and
repaint Residential and commercial Men.
.ion th.s ad 246-1529
MAGIC MAN PAINTING & HOME
IMPROVEMENTS. Interior/Exterior Paint-
Ing, Faux Finishes. Rotten Wdod 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.
BEACHES HOME SERVICES. Painting,
free estimates, work guaranteed, licensed.
610-7768.
LICENSED PAINT Contractor will paint
any avg. size room $75. (904)613-1271.
Email: PerRm75Dollars@aol.com
WYMAN'S PAINTING and PRESSURE
WASHING COMPANY. 15yrs. experi-
ence. Specializing in Beach homes.
221-4117.
FAST INTERIOR painting, drywall, tex-
ture. Specialize in smaller jobs. Will work
evenings & weekends. Licensed, insured,
references. 40P-7389.


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DAVID'S POOL SERVICE. Weekly clean-
ing. Most residential pools $25/week+
chemicals. Licensed, Insured. We make
your life a little easier. 285-0240.


POOL MAINTENANCE
CONSTRUCTION & Pool Maintenance
Clean driving record a must. 246,2455


NO NIGHTS, No-Sundays. Front Counter
help for First Coast Laundry & Cleaners,
610 North 3rd Street, Jax Beach,
246-2790.


Lawn service seeks individual to perform
dependable quality work. Excellent pay &
overtime available. Crew Leaders wanted.,
Perschel Brothers Services, Inc. 246-
0967.


Banquet Captain

Culinary Supervisor


ALLIANCE BUILDER GROUP, INC.
General Contractor. CGC 1505263.
Commercial & Residential. New; homes,
room additions remodeling slucco.
siding. Quality' Guaramnid Affordable
prices. Free estimates 19041234- 179

TWO M CONSTRUCTION
Repairs, specializing in termite damage.
246-1529. ,
RHODES & RHODES Construction Man-
agement Inc. Remodeling A renovaiion
specialists. CBC1253069. 249-17-15
ALL'S HOME IMPROVEMENT
All types or home repairs ronen wood
siding, guners, pressure washing, painl-
ing, drywall cabinets counters spndeci.ks
fencing. Licensed' insured Call tor Iree
estimates, 463-1711.


HAND'I'MAN. SPECIALIZING in small re.
pairs'low volage electrical 30yrs expert
ence Steve 994-6518
C&J HANDYMAN Services. -Carpentry,
Drywall,- Paihiting,' Paperhanging, Tiling,
etc. Licensed, Insured. 955-0593,
241-1461. '
HANDiOYMAN. EXPERIENCED and very
deperndaDie lor qualiry repairs'., service
calls painng. improvements and miscel.
laneous lobs. DAVE. 246-6628.


CRAFTSMAN ALL lypes 01 home repairs
Professional paining, ceramic ,ile inslalla.
tion Ask lor Bren 568-2451
KP HOME IMPROVEMENT INC
Painting. carpentry, water proofing,, pres-
sure washing tile work, drywall.
904-241.7023 ."


ROOF REPAIRS & Re-Roofing. TrUst a li-
censed professional. See our ad. under
Remodeling/Construction Neligan Con-
struction. State Certified .-Roofer
#CCC1325888. Member BBB 24.-3777.
All credit cards accepted. .
ROOFING. IN-TOWN prices ,@ the
Beach; 25yrs. experience. 880-9908.
CCC1326983.

ROMANO ROOFING
ALL Types Roofing & Repairs. 246-5649.


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


QUALITY WORK. Install, Removal,. &
Painting. Residential, Commiercial.
25yrs. Experience. References+.i FREE
ESTIMATES. Steve, 645-0381. a


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June 7, 2006


MAINTENANCE MAN FOR OCEAN-
FRONT, HIGH-RISE, CONDOMINIUM.
Full-urime posmon available to right person
at our oceanfronI coindominiqm General
maintenance work' including cleaning,
painting pool cleaning, overseeing con
Iraciors. and other reasonable duties as.
socaied winh condominium upkeep. Non-
smoker good personalIcy .skills a must.
Aoo.'e average pay, good working cond-
ions Send resume io- Maintenance Posi-
ion, PO. Box 49245, Jacksonville Beach.
FL 32250
LPN. PRIVATE DUTY, 40+hts. Beaches
area Good salary Call 273-0781


BONO.S BBO in Neplune Beach is ac.
cepting applications Ior all positions. in-
cluding. Management '& Pir Cook. FT/PT
Apply in person,2-4pm daily.
COOKS. PREP Cooks. good pay'& Dene.
ils. Apply in person Sun Cruz Casino,
4378 Ocean St. Maypon
A/C SERVICE TECH
5 YEARS MINIMUM EXPERIENCE &
GOOD DRIVER'S LICENSE REQUIRED.
$20/HR. TO START. YEAR-ROUND
WORK. 247-0033.
NOW HIRINiG line dining WatI Siah and
Dsnrwa-srers 'in PVB,'. Iniracoasial. The
Bridge 3." S' Roscoe Blvd .285-1103..
GROUNDSKEEPER' FULL lime al pre-
m'.er retirement,' community Experience
preferred Excellent benelis'and work en-
vironmieni Applicaiions at Fleel Landing
Security Gale, One Fleet. Landing Blvd..
Ailanrc Beach FL 32233: Fax io
1904)1246-9447 email to
jobs@1'fleetleanding.com IEOE. Drug-
Free Workplace

"PAINTERS'
FULL-11IME at a Premier 11el'remeni Com- .
muniry 'Excellent benelils Experience re-
quired .,Applicallons at Fleet'Landing 6e-
curi,r Gale Ore Fleet.Landing Blvd ': Ar
lanli, 'Beach. ,'iL. Fak Ir .904.246-9447-
email to jobs@fleetlandlng.com EOE.'
Drug-Free Workplace
LANDSCAPE EXPERIENCE preferred
25k I.:. 40k liusi year, plus oenehits DFWP.
good dri.in, record No exp required will
Irain Call 241.7874, Perscnel & Meyer
Pesi Managemenr
DRIVERS & 'Contraci.-,rs Home through
ithe week' Drop & Hook loads' Greal
pay'. 'benieis' CDL-A. 3yrs exp.
browrilrucking corn 770-34-4-2028.
RECEPTIONIST BOOKKEEPER 8am.
5pm M-F Call 2.21 0605
ALL THE miles you can legally handle"!
Come drive lor All American Xpressi Lale
Model Equipment No Touch Freigni, No
East Coasi. 2yrs veriliable experience.
Good driving record 1800i28. 1911 x115.
KPW CONSTRUCTION Inc. now hiring
caipenlsra in Beacries area 'Minimum
yirs e:p.erience. Please call.686-4818


SELVA MARINA COUNTRY CLUB at the m
beach seeking Weekend Receptionist.
Servers, Pool Bartender. Line Cook, Fa-
cility Handyman, and Golf Course
Maintenance workers: DFWP FT.PT
available Muit De dependable and ouiqo.
ing Coil privilege- Phone 904-246-4827.
email .accounting@selvamarina.cori. or
appi.ly in personr


HOUSEKEEPERS HEEDED Immediately.
Flexible hours, no weekends. excellent
pay Transponaiion & phone required.
591.5901, 514.1188

BEALLS.-
NOW .HIRING Sales Associales. Full &
pan hime positions available Bealls ofIers
compeilive wages employee discount &
advancement opportunities. Apply In per-
son, 3876 South 3lid Si. lax Beach

INSIDE SALES -
Wor.; at Ihe beach Handle inbound sales
from a'dvensing and create sales with oul-
cournd calls. Must nave good relationship
and closing skills Prospecing experi-
ence and customer service is a must
along win PC skills and abiliry to10 work in.
dependently. Earn $,65 000 per year
winh proper experience Fax resume io
241 -333 or email Jennller al
lennierw,@ deiertmicro net
A FUN PLACE
TO WORK!
PAWNEE S CAFE & Fine Wines, iformer-
iv Manuel'-. PVB Kilchen & Counter
Benirlils 273-4"'85
LEAD CARPENTER Experience win
renovation and new c.onstruction salary
position w.oentil package. company vehi-
cle pkieniial 904-285-3663
HAIRSTYLIST WANTED Ic rent spacious
private room rin Ja\ Beach location
$15fli:'Wk Call 2'.0-0997 ask lor Deb,
HEL WANTED. Positions available in
Co.nle Paver Work, Construcilon
Ciea vp and Loader Operators MusI
r av inver s license. Call Land Tech
Sepr,.'. @ 23,79862 lor more iniorma

FRO DESK Person Busy medical clin.
ic 'tiOr, r neigoiiarle w.cenelits Fax
result 10 285-4663
H/ STYLIST/ COLOR SPECIALIST
Ups ,le Saion at the Beaches recently
losI d o stylish due to lan-iy circumslan-
cS e r, ave a large amount ol walk-,n
Cuslt ers a, well a c long lerm cllenIt
Cum riII, we are unable Io'mainlaiq serv.
ing toin This Is a greal opportunry to
ouiidclienis and make money. High com-.
mi..ln,. flexible hours and real aimos-
prer' Posive attitude and'slrong work
elhn reed apply Call 246-4700.
BE/' HES PLUMBING Company seeking
Piu ger. well qualified ,in new construction
and modeling. experience is a must. in-
divi, el must have a valid FL DL. benehils
available, Call 247.9848 10 schedule an
,rierrnew
FT CUSTOMER Servi:e Insurance Bill.
,ng Musi tie delalled oriented Apply in
.person al Medequip. 905 Nonn Third SI
Jax.Beach
EXPERIENCED PAINTERS needed. Top
ay to qualified applicants Musi have
asic iools and Iransportatlon 710-6732


PAIITERS NEEDEbi',Must' be experi-
enced & dependable.. Transportailon a
muslt! (9041568-0990, 9041465-4172.
MANAGER/ SUPERVISOR for Detail po-
sition, experience helpful but will train
Can make between $400 -$700 per week
Must have valid driver's license & trans-
porttilon 'Only serious, responsible. hard
workers nqec apply."Eric, 716-4413.


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HELPER FOR Hardw.ood lIoor installer
Must have own Iransponaton. 223-3295


A key opportunity is here.

Sales position


The Beaches Leader, Ponte
Vedra Leader is looking for an
advertising sales representative to work in the Beaches community
Growth potential and established accounts working for an award-
winning, locally owned newspaper. Candidates should have sales
experience, and should be goal-oriented. Base plus commission.
Send resume to linda@beachesleader corn or bring it to 1114
Beach Blvd., Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250


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MAINTENANCE ASSISTANit Expdri-
enced preferred, will train Must have ex-
cellent people skills and clean driving re-
cord. Apply in person. Ashlord Court As.
sisled Living, 1700 The Greens Way, Jax
Bcn EOE. DFWP
BEACHES PLUMBING Company seeking
Plumner, well qualilfed in new construction
and remodeling, experience is a must, Irn-
dividual must have a valid FL DL, benelils
available,' Call 247-9848' o schedule an
interview.
SMALL OCEANFRONT Hotel seeking de-
pendable housekeepers Weekends re-
quired. Pleis.s apply in person 120 Allan.
lc Blvd Ileplune Beach
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
CUSTOMER SERVICE
Work at Ine Beach Fasi-pacea office
needs customer focused Administralive
Assilant lor mulli-line phones Must test
al 50wpm, ability 1o mu,-iask & hae ex.
cellent verbal & written communication
-kills E':perien:e inr Word & Excel a plus
Monday-Friday 9am-6pm. Email resume
to: dav,db@desenrmicro.rel or lax to
241-7333.

ATLANTIC COAST Plumbing & Tie Help-
ers needed. Learn a trade Healthr, bene.
lils good hrOcurs varncement oppornuni-
nies. Must rnae valid FL Driers License.
Call 249 5381 lor appi
Liquor Store Clerk, Bartender, Door
Guy. Must be able It wor weekends and holidays Musi pass drug
test and background d check. Call RoDen -@
46.;.-0149
LULU'S WATERFRONT GRILLE
Line Cook, Prep'Uiliry. Good money. cas-
ual atmosphere, very busy, great people
10 work ith. FT/PT. 285-0139.



ALL CASH candy route Do you earn
$800,day? 30 machines, free candy. Al
lor $9995. I888l629-9968 B02000033.
Call us. We will nol be undersold!


MAIlSH E1 Fa..mily 'Cliidcarer t vee
20yrs. experience. licensed with stale of
Florida Convenient Ilexible ours Nutrr.
Ilous meals provided (904'1642-5278.
ACTIVE NANNY honest, dependable,
transponahion & references $9-$11/nr..
any area CPR & First Aid F/T 8 P/T
260-4915
OPENING FOR 2 Children, in my home;
1-3yrs. Have references. Good rate. Call
220-7493.


HOME HEALTH Aide available for 24
hour care in your home. Reliable. Good
references. 536-8459
DENTAL PLAN $11 95 a month. Free
Vision, Prescription. Cnhiropracbc For
details go to www lauruslegal.com


DEPENDABLE WOMAN available to care
[or loved one or house sit. References
249-7685


NURSING ASSISTANT Iookng tor work GENERAL HOUSEHOLD
Day or ngh shill 543-1860 Satu GENERAL HOUSEHOLD ilems, Circle.
oSaturday 8am-noon. 624 Bonaire Circle


HOM UAHRE, 24hrs. My home, for pa-
rent parents 25yrs+ experience Refer-
ences Please call 9041223-5579.
1904j-343-1881
STATE Certilied HHA/ CNAN Siner will
give quality care lor elderly in the privacy
ot Ineir own nome. Call Veronica at 783.
6440 or 1904.1993 3490.
PERSONAL ATTlENDANT COMPANION
More IMan a service, more like a friend
Transportation to doctor's shopping, etc
220-0129.


RIDING MOWER $300. runs line Steve.
249-8637.
2 TWIN Beds w/matlress, clean $125 lor
all. Call 285-3188.
REMODELING SALE' Wooden Frenchr,
doors, interior wood doors, oven, light fix-
lures, eic. All under $50 Call for appt.
249-1098
ALL STEEL building sale! 'Plus Free Bo-
rusr 20x28 Now $4200. 25x32 $5800
30x42 $9200. 40x62 $14 900. Other mod-
els and sizes. Front end optional. Pioneer
18001668-5422 Since 1980.
50" MAGNAVOX BIG SCREEN TV exc.
condition $500 Call '35-9435
8 SLEEPER sola, 6' love seal blue lean
material, like new. 49'x38' Phillips projec-
lion TV. excellent picture 718-8058
DESIGNER LAMINATED Flooring.
$ 75'sl 30:. :inhcker, still in box. Must sell
744-6534.
BED. KING mariress-set. $289. Can de.
liver 190-4391-0015
THOMASVILLE QUEEN size bedroom
suite wiside cabinets 8 bridge w/mirrors
dresser included Excellent condition
$800 OBO 610-2126
3 PIECE Sectional Sola while cream
color. like new $150 534-3336
WHEEL CHAIR Quickie rigid Irame
wswing-away removable loolresi, E-Z re-
lease arm rest, quick release axles, tubu-
lar ies Excellent condition $600. OBO
610.2126.
WHITE WHIRLPOOL Stove & over-range
microwave & DW. $200 Remodeling.
864-2770
BED- FULL-SIZE cherry sleigh bed.
w,'manress & box spring Must sell. $395.
Can deliver 19041858-9350.
MOVING MUST sell washer dryer, six
piece bedroom sel. table and 6 chairs.
wall unit "This End Up' couches. Larry
476-6645
WHITE WASH Wicker ainette set
w/4 cushioned armchairs. While hulcn/
curio w/double glass top Wrought iron
rectangular hall glass top table. 246-8770,
651-6686
WASHER -LARGE- capacity,--heavy -duty
$150 Mavlag Dryer $130 30" Electric
Stove $100 Fioshlree Reirgerator. 20cf.
$160 Ail good condition Can deliver.
945-0226.
GREAT COMMUTER Bike. Alloy trek
14i.'0. 58cm, Road Bike. Perfect lor work
high school or play Like new' $200, Iwas
S1000 1 17341847-1234.
KENMORE 30" elecirc range, sell clean,
5 years old $175 Kenmore dish washer.
5 years old 5,100. range hood $25.
246-1465
LARGE. BLUE Sectional Sota/ onoman,
Hugo's Originally $4000. Asking $350.
993-3823.
IS STRESS ruining your relationsnips"
Buy and Read Dianetics byL Ron Hub-
bard. Call 18131872.0722 or send $8.00 to
Dianeics. 3102 N. Habana Ave Tampa.
FL 33607
8 GALVANIZED steel storage containers.
lockable doors, each 4x4. good cond. 993-
9392.
AT&T PARTNER phone system. 5 phones
installed lor $899. 249-8877.
HAYWOOD POOL pump. 2 5/4.3np
11t.4 AMP $100. 3/4 Magnetek Spa pump.
like new 175. 534-3336
BED- BRAND name queen sel,
new, w/warranty $129. Can deliver.
(9041858-9350.
POOL TABLE- 3mo. old Mizerak wiwall
rack triangle, balls, and stick included.
$650. 1619)861-0476
WHITE CRIB 8 changing able. $75 set
246-9607.
METAL ROOFING, Save $$$. Buy direct
from manufacturer. 20 colors in stock with
all accessories Quick Iurn around. Deliv-
ery available Toll Iree 18881393-0335
BED- BEAUTIFUL Temp-pedic Memory
Foam mattress & boxspring, new in
plastic w/warranty $379. Must sell.
(904)858-9350.
GOLF CART- Streel legal, Ford Think,
4-seaier. Just serviced, new batteries.
Stereo suri racks, neon lights, purple
seats. $8900 OBO 246-4104.
WHIRLPOOL WASHER & Dryer. $75/ea.
30 day warranty Deliver. $20 318-8173,
992-1470.
WOLFF TANNrING beds Buy Direct and
savel Full body unils Irom $22 a montn.
Free color catalog. Call today. 18001842-
1305, www.np etstan.com
GIRL'S 24'. light blue Mango bike. $80
Call 246-0367
POTTERY BARN Crib w/new mattress
and bumper pad, never used. cost $1000
will sell lor $700 OBO, will deliver.
223-4378 or 472-0168.
A/C UNIT. 4 ion unit complete. 2yrs. old.
Excellent condition. $1000 249-3432.
SCHWiNN- MOUNTAIN Bike, girl's 20",
purple, lyr. old $125 OBO 246-4104


NEIGHBORHOOD GARAGE Sale Salur-
day. 8am, 21sl SI Nonn.


FIVE FAMILY Upscale sale. Antiques: lur.
nriure. prints, crystal, arched windows.
Guitars miter saw, ools, cnhimenea. lap
top computers, designer shoes. purses,
clothes 200 Snell Bluff Court. Old Palm
Valley subdivision ooh 2101 Saturday
9 am firm.
TWO-FAMILY SALE, vanous items, Satur-
day.8am-1pm, 12 Ponte Vedra Circle.
PVB- SAWMILL Lakes. Household items.
clothes, and more 482 South Mill View
Way. Saturday, 8am 11am.


PALM ISLAND Moving Sale Furniture.
home items, exercise, clothes. sewing ma-
chine, much more, Friday 9am-2pm, Sal-
urday 7:30am-2pm 4344 Tideview Drive
SATURDAY. 8AM-1PM. 12759 Cneis
Creek Drive Nonh Full-size manriess and
boxspring, desk, microwave. Many othiner
household items.



ESTATE SALE. 3119 Aloalross Circle
Jacksonville. 8-4 Thursday inrough Sun-
day Fine china. Limoge, Havilland,. Bavar-
ian. McCoy. Holland antique polter. Len.
nox, Lehon anihque china and iigurines,
livingroom, bedroom, den furnilure- spols
memorabilia, appliances, electronics, and
computer room lurnilure. 646-9727 Call
lor more inlo.
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1988 GLASS STREAM Spinrit. 22' New
Magic Tilt Irailer 7 4L, 330hp Mercruiser
engine & ouldrive. $6800 OBO 704.6717.
BOAT STORAGE ,n PV Visil
www.MarinaClubPV.com
40FT DEEP water slip for rent Iniercoast-
al Waterway at MiraVisia O$500mo.
249-8931.
1997 BAY HAWK 18 h wirailer Great
fishing boat w/88 hp Evenrude Asking
$2,300 OBO. Call 534-3506.
HARBORTOWN MARINA, deep water
boal slip for rent. 40h. $600, 50h. $700,
INCLUDES POTABLE WATER. ELEC-
TRIC, DOCK LOCKER Cable and phone
service available @ slip. Mobile iuel serv-
ice & pump out also available 463-2845
26' SEARAY. 240 Sundancer 1999, cabin
cruiser, sleeps 4. bougrIt new in 2000. al-
ways kept hign and dry and maintained
Too many extras to lisI Below market val-
ue $24,000. 651-6748. 247-9244
SELL YOUR BOAT WITH US.
Consignment Ciry Marine 779-5673. We
sell 1 boat every 1.1.2 days! Cneck us our
at www used-boals net


2005 HARLEY Urltra Classic. 4,600mi..
exc condo extra chrome Asking $19 395.
Hm (904)223-3198, cell. 904881-8120
2002 HONDA SHADOW Ace. ,ncl acces-
sories 48 orig miles, garage kepl Illness
forces sale. $5500. 247-1417.


2001 27 Conquest w/2 slide-ouis, Ultra
Ltd. Edil.on. V-10, 20,000 miles. non-
smoker Excellent condition. $34.500
OBO 1904)534-3506.


2006 FORD F 350, 6.0 diesel dually King
Ranch, crew cab, loaded. 10.000mi
$48,500 502-6629.
1994 DODGE Caravan, aulomalic, runs
great! Good condition. $1000 Please call
307-0321.


99 FORD Expedition XLT 4x4, $9500. Cell
866-8327 home 645.6217
2001 JETTA Fully loaded. Blue book,
$8500 Asking $7500. 338-5924..
POLICE IMPOUNDS! Cars from $500! For
listings, 800-749-8116 ext 3629.
1993 FORD Escort LXE. $1300. Good
Condition 247-2258.; ,
2004 SCION XB, 4cyl, wired for extra
speakers, X-box &' 2 TVs Jesse James
custom rtms. $13,500. 241-0121.
1989 LX5.0 Ford Mustang- 116.000 miles,
h-pipe. flow masters, 5star rims, must sell,
$4500 OBO, 992-0537
1990 MAZDA 929. lully equipped, new
brakes & rotors, orig. owner, $1700
797-2806.
1996 CHEVY Blazer 4x4, loaded, nice
cond.. low mi., $5150 OBO. 249-2943.
1990 CHEVY Lumina, 104,000mi Runs
good $1200. 246-2732
2002 HONDA CIVIC LX Coupe, aulomal-
ic, low miles, $11,500 OBO 992-9017.
1995 CHEVY blazer LT 4-wheel dnve,
new sound system, new tires, new engine,
great condition, great A/C, $3800,
241-3443.
BMW 5251,. 1991 w/158K miles. New
paint, cold air. $2500 OBO. 565-9919
1994 HYUNDAI Elantra. Very good condi-
Ito. 98,000 miles. One owner, non-smoker.
$1,500 OBO. 534-3506.
LIMOUSINE. SEATS 8, $2995 Ford Tem-
po, 46,000 miles, $2495. 821-2058.
1978 PORSCHE 911SC Targa, all re-
cords. Runs great, needs painf $7500.
1987 Mercedes 560SL, 86,000mi. Bolh
tops, excellent condition. $16,500.
1985 Mercedes 380 SL, 141,000ml. Both
tops. excellent condition. $12,500
1904)826-3327


PRO-STYLE POOL Table $500. Various 1995 SUZUKI Sidekick, 4 door, cold a/c.
other lurniture pieces. Call 249-7926. 92K miles 241-5303.


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


HEART PINE, tongue & groove flooring
cut from antique Pine limbers. Installation,
stair material. FLORIDA HEARTWOOD
249-8310.


JUNE 10 land auction at 11am, 1400
acres. Lalayene, Co.. FL, 20 tracts from
20-150 AC prime hunting, Timberland
(8881821-0894 JWHILLAUCTIONS.COM
MULTI- PROPERTY Auction Home, Lake-
Iront Homesites, Residential Tracts,
Wooded Homeslies. Ranch Land 11am
Saturday June 24, Higgenboinam Auction-
eers M.E. HiggenboInam CAI FL.Lic#
AU305/AB158 www.higgenbotham.com
(800)257-4161.


1999 LINCOLN Town Car, loaded Great
condition $6000. Call 607-2124.
1999 NISSAN Maxima (Great Cond)
104.000 miles, lully loaded, w!Bose sound
system $10,000 OBO. 1904)568-4048

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ESTATE rAIJCTIO "'l 14/"i acres-divided;
Prime Bulloch County RE: Saturday. June
17, 10 a.m Greal homesites & equestrian
poienial Rowell Auctions, Inc 1800i323
8388 10o BP, GAL AU-C002594
www.rowellauclons com


TYPEWRITER WANTED. OLD Style Pon-
able. 249-0183
IF YOU are inleresled in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
emall- classilied@beachesleader com
LARGE SET ol Diamond earnings. or dia-
mond necklace, Ict plus. 463-0505. -


506 HOLLY Drive, Saturday, 9am Furni
lure. tools, bikes. kid's sluff, more.
HUGE SELECTION Furnilure, riouse.
wares, tools, fishing equip Salurday. 8am
1009 Ruth Ave
229 & 244 32nd Ave. Soulh. Miscellane-
ous items. 8-12 Saturday.


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