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Creation Date: June 21, 2006
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Table of Contents
    Section A: Main
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    Section A: Main: Opinion
        page A 4
    Section A: Main: Police Beat
        page A 5
    Section A: Main: Calendar
        page A 6
    Section A: Main: Obituaries
        page A 7
    Section A: Main: Beach Living
        page A 8
    Section A: Main: Beach Living: Weddings
        page A 9
    Section A: Main: Beach Living continued
        page A 10
    Section B: Sports
        page B 1
        page B 2
        page B 3
    Section B: Sports: Classifieds
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        page B 5
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    Section B: Sports continued
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Culinary
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MIDWEEK EDITION N
JUNE 21,2006


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Classifieds
B-4


Beach volleyball
struggles

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Vol. 43, No. 104


LEADER


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


Walkway over Third Street eyed in NB


by JEFFREY MINTON
STAFF WRITER
A walkway over Third Street in Neptune
Beach may-be a future solution to providing a safe
route for pedestrians to get across the busy road,
according to some on the City Council who dis-
cussed the idea Monday..
And, councilors said, an elevated walkway may
also provide a way for the city to remedy parking
problems in Town Center, the city's central busi-
ness district where few businesses provide ade-
quate parking for customers; per city code. They
said parking in the future could be offered west of
Third Street [A1A] and visitors could use the walk-
way to get to Town Center, which is located east


I think we all see the writing on the
wall. It's going to be impossible to cross


Third Street.


Counrilor Jon Weldon


of the road.
I And while exactly where a walkway should be
constructed along the road is up for debate, most
councilors at their workshop meeting agreed that
the discussion needs to begin now.
"It's our job as city leaders to project what the
community requirements are going to be for the


future. [And] I think we all see the writing on the
wall. It's going to be impossible to cross Third
Street," said Councilor John Weldon, who first
brought up the idea of a walkway over Third
Street at a strategic planning session last year.
"It's [the elevated walkway] something we've
got to look at and we need to start looking at it
now.')
Councilor Harriet Pruette said she's seen traffic
along Third Street get worse over the years and'
that she fears for families with young children
who try td cross to get to the beach.
"Traffic along Third Street is getting worse and
worse. It is so bad now you. can hardly cross,"
Pruette said. "For people that have small children,
my heart goes out to them for trying to get across


that street. It's just getting harder and harder for
families to get across to the beach. And it's only
going to get wo[se.
"1I think we need to at least start looking at it [a
solution]."
The councilors said they realize such a project is
a huge' undertaking which would be heavily
reliant on cooperation from the state Department
of Transportation which owns the road. They
also said the project could be in conjunction with
one or both of the city's neighboring. Beach
municipalities Jacksonville Beach and Atlantic
Beach.
See WALKWAY, A-3


Skateboard


park to be



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by LIZA MITCHELL
',' STAFF WRI'FE .
A.skateboard park is among the future amenities planned
to. round out the final phases of, South Beach Pakk in,
lacksonville Be.ch. .
Three. .lley, agCQtVS i6gi.MCMW
a iiimltipurpose field and a new administrative p kiff nd
recreation building, will also complement the 10.5-acre
park.
"I'm real excited about the' future of the park," City ,
Manager George Forbes said Monday. "It will be a real nice
enhancement." ',
The City Council authorized the design/build team of C.
Young Construction and Ebert, Normal, Brady Architects to
proceed with the final design services for the new parks and
recreation building.
Earlier, the Community Redevelopment Agency allocat-
ed $60,500 including a 10 percent.contingency' from the
city's South 'Beach Tax Increment Fund to complete the first
phase of the construction project. '
, Planning 'and Development Director Steve Lindorff
instructed CRA members to submit any complaints regard-
ing the preliminary design to staff to forward to the project
architect.
Prior to the funding allocation, agency .member James
Bomhard questioned the need for two reception areas
flanking the lobby and shower facilities off the staff break
room.
Community activist Jim Overby also voiced concerns
about using land designated for recreational open space to
construct an administration building and more parking
spaces.
City officials are also mulling over the 'possibility of
adding a community center adjacent tp the parks and recre-
ation building.
Forbes said there are no confirmed plans and and city
officials are "looking at various options."
"South Beach Park started out as open space for the citi-
zens of Jacksonville Beach," Overby'said of the widely used
Sunshine Park playground, various athletic courts and fit-
ness trails.
"Now instead of recreational space you are adding an
administration facility', social building and lots of parking.
The asphalt that has to go with those buildings is a shame."
Overby in the past also criticized city officials for failing
to fulfill their promise to add' a skateboard park.
Lindorff confirmed that space has indeed been reserved
for skateboarders and construction is tentatively scheduled'
for 2007.


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Ten-year-old T.J. Nelson concentrates as he prepares to
do a trick at the skateboarding facility at Jack Russell
Park in Atlahtic Beach on Wednesday.


Pholo by ASHLE'Y MILLS
Cousins Caroline Joura, 10, and Viviana Bartlett, 8, fished for blue crabs with their family Tuesday
off a bridge behind Beach Marine on Beach Boulevard. The girls used rods, reels, baskets, and
even a homemade pole to bring in a bucket-full of the crabs.
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JB backs

off ban

on dog

dining

by LIZA MITCHELL
STAFF WRITER
City officials Monday tossed a
bone, to dog .owners in
Jacksonville Beach'by rescinding
an amendment to the outdoor
dining ordinance prohibiting
canine customers in established
seating areas. .
The City Council voted 6-1 in
favor of removing the amend-
S. ment with Linda.Spence casting
.the sole o.te in oppositioff to
the change.
"People have been bringing
dogs to coffee shops and restau-
rants for years. if we eliminate
this, it is not going to change
much," Spence said.
Councilor Lee Buck proposed
revisiting the amendment after
considering the potential impli-
cations of a.hasty decision. The
amendment- was included, dur-
ing the second reading 'of the
ordinance at the June 5 meeting
with no prior discussion or citi-
zen input.
"After giving this a tremen-
dous amount of reading,
research and input from numer-
ous individuals, it is my recom-
mendation that we rescind the
amendment to this ordinance,"
Buck said. "It is in our best inter-
est to go back to square one.'
Wearing an "I support dog
parks" t-shirt, councilor Dick
See DOGS, A-3


John Meserve leaves Mayport Waterfront

Partnership group in a surprise move


To focus attention
on planned $30
million expansion of
Fleet Landing
by JEFFREY MINTON
STAFF WRITER
John Meserve resigned as chairman and a
member of the Mayport Waterfront
Partnership Board Monday, citing, among
other things, a need to devote more time to
overseeing a major expansion project at Fleet
Landing where he is executive director.
Reserve, who has chaired the board since
its inception in 1997, surprised board mem-
bers with the announcement at the start of
their meeting. And he made his resignation
effective immediately, getting up from the
table where board member's sit and going
into the audience for a few minutes before
leaving the meeting.
"I've just got some other things I want to do
and I think it's time. It's been eight years,"
Reserve said, adding that he will continue to
help the board in any way he can.


"I am going to remain a friend to the organ-
ization forever ... but I've got some other
things to do and it's time to move on."
Meserve expected to turn the meeting and
the board the over to Vice Chairman Paul
Parsons but Parsons Monday said he did not
"have the time" to devote to the board as
chairman and nominated member Ben Tucker
to take the helm.
The board later unanimously approved
appointing Tucker as interim chairman for 90
days, at which time the appointment can
either be made permanent or another chair-
man can be named.
The Mayport Waterfront Partnership was
created by the cities of Atlantic Beach and
Jacksonville to bring economic revitalizing to
the eastern shore area of Duval County. The
Partnership's zone of interest includes the
North Jacksonville barrier islands, the Village
of Mayport and its surrounding area and Ft.
George and Fanning Islands.
Meserve, who is the former Mayor of
Atlantic Beach, has been an integral part of
the board throughout its history and has
largely been it's face publicly. But, he said that
"Is one of the other primary reasons why he's
resigning.
"I've been the chairman since the thing


started and after a while it
became the Meserve commit-
tee. And that's not what it is.
It's your committee,'. 'Meserve
told the board members. "Any
organization needs new blood
and we don't have any
Meserve turnover here."
Also, Fleet Landing, a retire-
ment committee along Mayport Road, is in
the midst of a $30 million expansion project,
adding 35 homes and an apartment building
among other things.
"That's my project. I've got to make it a suc-
cess," Meserve said, adding that Fleet
Landing's board has tasked him to "get it
done, or get out."
"It's the future of Fleet Landing in many
directions ... and it's going to take my entire
energy."
Meserve also said that he's leaving the
board partially due to his recent working rela-
tionship with the development company
Vestcor which now owns much of the river-
front property in Mayport Village and is
planning a major, mixed use redevelopment
project. Meserve is doing unpaid work for
Vestcor, being a liaison between the compa-
ny and local governments for projects.


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Education............A-10 Sports................ B- BEACHES E! EA D ER
Obituaries ............A-7 Weather................ A-2 ----_---------------
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AROUND THE BEACHES


Free skin cancer exams
Dr. David Harvey and Ponte
Vedra Dermatology will offer
free skin cancer exams at the
Jacksonville, Beach Lifeguard
Station at the foot of Beach
Boulevard on Sunday, June 25.
Screening will take around ten
minutes per person and is free
of charge.Call the lifeguard
station at 249-9141 to make
an appointment. Screenings
will take place between 9:30
a.m and 1 p.mM. Space is lim-
ited, so call early.
Internatibonrial action M
information sessions
Children's Home Society of
Florida's (CHS) Buckner
Division will be hosting free
informational, meetings on
international adoption in July,
August, September and
October. Those interested in
adopting children from China,
India, Thailand and many
other countries are invited to
attend Holt International's
"How to Adopt" informational
meetings at CHS, 3027 San
Diego Road,, 11 a.m. 12:30
p.m. Programs will be held
July 15, Sept. 16, Aug. 12,
Oct.14. Prospective parents
can learn firsthand from fami-
lies who already adopted chil-
dren from overseas. Holt social
workers will speak, answer
questions and be available to
help families begin their appli-
cation.e. For more informa-
tion, please call Tracy McDade,
Adoptions Program Director at
(904) 493-8305.
Annual Mayor's
neighborhood summit
Mayor John Peyton will host
the llth Annual Mayor's
Neighborhood Summit to
bring residents and govern-
ment together.
Hundreds of neighborhood
leaders from throughout the
city are expected to attend the
day-long event in the Prime
Osbom Convention Center on
June 23.
In addition to the tradition-
al community-building work-
shops and exhibits showcasing
city and social services, this
year's summit will feature
booths that spotlight the
Blueprint for Prosperity, early
literacy and affordable hous-
ing.
The Housing and
Neighborhoods Department,
which coordinates services for
neighborhoods, is sponsoring
.,the summit. ;
Michael Raposa, director of
the Neighborhood Partnership
Office of the City of Sarasota,
will present a workshop on
"Asset-Based Community
Development: Building
Communities from the Inside
Out."' Other sessions will be
"Funding for Neighborhood
h Projects," "Jax Parks Get Out
There!" "Neighborhood Code
Enforcement" and "Race
Relations/Cultural Diversity."
A fee of $5 will be charged to
attend the luncheon. Pre-regis-
tration with payment is
requested by June 9. For a reg-


istration brochure or more
information, call the
Neighborhood Services
Division at (904) 630-7398.
The brochure also is available
on the city's Web site,
www.coj.net.
Life lessons seminars
The University of North
Florida's Division of
Continuing Education, in
partnership with Life Lessons,
will offer Life 'Lessons
Seminars for young adults ages
-'r225,T begining" d. 6:30 p.m.
'f"ontiuisd61,.-Jd1 'i"',"at the
University Center, room 2144,
on the UNF campus. Life
Lessons Seminars are packed
with real information that
young adults need to be
informed and ready when it's
time to make adult decisions.
Life Lessons was developed to
improve the financial literary
of this generation and genera-
tions to come. The first semi-
nar in this young adult series
will focus on money manage-
ment and will cost $20. The
following topics will be cov-
ered: How credit works; How
to develop a budget; Identity
theft; Banking; and
Mortgaging your future with
school loan. The topic of the
next seminar will be
"Purchasing Your First Car"
and will be held at 6:30 p.m.
on Thursday, Sept. 14, at the
University Center. "Planning
for Your First Home Purchase"
will be the topic of the third
seminar to be held Thursday,
Nov. 16, at 6:30 p.m. at the
University Center. For more
information or to register for
the Life Lessons Seminars,
contact. Nancy Ann Martinez,
UNF Continuing Education
program manager, at (904)
620-4260 or by e-mail at
Nancyann.martinez@'unf.edu.
Beaches cleanup
The annual Beaches
Cleanup will be held on July 5
after the Independence Day
revelers have left sparklers and
other debris.
The cleanup is sponsored by
the City of Jacksonville's
Clean It' Up, Green It Up
Division and the Beaches Sea
STurtle Patrol.
Volunteers will remove litter
and debris along the shoreline.
Advance registration is not
required for the event. Litter


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.'22 Bc -Av. N. Jack9ovi-l Bca.,.
'228 3rd.A n.. ,M .;ackspWaese


bags and gloves will be distrib-
uted. to volunteers from 7-9
a.m. at the. following loca-
tions:
Atlantic Boulevard #t the
ocean
Beach Boulevard at the
ocean
16th Avenue South in
Jacksonville Beach at the
ocean
Participants must be at least
18 or accompanied by an adult
and should bring water and
wear sturdy footwear and sun
protection. -
For more informqit,, cOO-
tact Clean It Up, Green It Up
at 630-3420 or visit
www. co j n e t
', key-
word search "beaches
cleanup." 'The cleanup will
only be cancelled in the event
of severe weather warnings.

Ronald McDonald visits
the library
Ronald McDonald will visit
the Beaches Branch Library,
located at 600 Third Street 'in
Neptune Beach on July 10 at 2
p.m. The famed burger clown
will also be at Pablo Creek
Library, 13295 Beach Blvd.
, on July 18 at 2:30 p.m.
and at the Ponte
Vedra Beach Branch Library,
101 Library Blvd. the after-
noon of June 25.
Neptune Beach
anniversary festival
The City of Neptune Beach
will celebrate its 75th anniver-
sary Oct. 20-22 with a 3-day
festival in Jarboe Park. The
festival will feature a carnival,
vendors, entertainment, and
contests, including a beard
contest so organizers are sug-
gesting it's time for men to
start growing facial hair. There
will be various categories to be
considered including The


Scruffiest, The Most
Sophisticated, The Longest,
and The Best All Round. An
award for Best Mustache will
also be awarded. Those inter-
ested in participating as a ven-


do[ (commercial, civic, not-
for-profit), or entertainer
should email Leslie Lyne at
llyne@'neptune-beach.com or
call 270-1688.


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Vee Krietz and her dog "Maggie" send their love and Father's
Day greetings to family stationed overseas on Friday. Vee and
Maggie were among more than three dozen military families to
send photos and video messages to their loved ones using
wireless Internet connections and wireless phones. The
"Smiles Across the Miles" event was sponsored by Sprint and
Winn-Dixie. It was held at the USO Center-Jacksonville on
Mayport Road.

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Video camera buy


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by LIZA MITCHELL
STAFF WRITER
A new security system will
help Jacksonville Beach offi-
cials to keep a sharp eye on
areas with high crime and
large crowds citywide.
The City Council Monday
voted to accept a $200,000
federal grant as part of the
federal Urban Area Security
Initiative to cover the cost of
the system.
"This is an exciting proj-
ect," City Manager George
Forbes said. "This is some-
thing we have discussed for
several years."
Ingersoll-Rand Security
Technologies was selected by
a committee to provide securi-
ty services for $166,044.63.
The remaining balance will
be available to purchase the
necessary equipment to
upgrade the system's viewing-
capabilities.
'The city of Jacksonville will
administer the grant but the.
system will be owned by the
city of Jacksonville Beach.
"One of the great things
about going through
Jacksonville, the system will
be fully interoperable with,
their system" Forbes said, not-
1ing that the equipment is


non-proprietary allowing for
upgrades and replacements
from multiple companies.
Forbes said the system will
utilize high resolution cam-
Seras at 14 fixed locations
along the oceanfront such as
the pier parking lot, the
boardwalk, the SeaWalk
Pavilion and the oceanfront
park.
Nine mobile cameras with.
the ability "to zoom in and
out" will also be used at the
city's water plant, waste treat-
ment plant and other sites
identified as key facilities,.
Forbes said.
Using a wireless umbrella
network to transmit video sig-
nals to a digital server, special-
ly trained police officers will
monitor the locations from
the Police Communications
Center on Penman Road and
the Water Treatment Plant on
10th Street South.
Locations were selected
based both on the crowd con-
centration and the criminal
activity generated in a partic-
ular area.
"This is a great tool," Forbes
said. "Not just for Homeland
Security but for security in
general for the citizens of
Jacksonville Beach."


Jarboe axes talk of

contract extension


FROM STAFF
Neptune Beach City
Manager Jim Jarboe thwarted a
proposal to extend his contract
for three more years Monday
after councilors began praising_
the job he has done.
The City Council -at its meet-
ing was scheduled to discuss the
extension of Jarboe's contract
which expires in February 2009.
But when the discussion began
to turn into a review albeit a
glowing one of Jarboe's per-
formance, he quickly demanded
that the issue be ended.
"I'm asking not to get an
extension. It's my decision,"
jJarboe said sternly, after a simi-
.lar.eq- et. earlier in the discus-
.ston was ignored by councilors.
Councilors .Harriet Pruette
and John Weldon began the dis-
cussion by praising, Jarboe for
his excellent leadership and
offered their support ftor the
three-year extension. And
although Councilor Fred Lee
agreed with his fellow, elected
officials, he said -the council
needed to establish some sort of
public performance review pro-
cedure for such actions.
Jarboe then requested to pull,
the issue off the meeting's agen-
da. But Weldon said he was
interested in hearing., what Lee
had to say and reminded Jarboe
that it was Mayor Dick Brown'.
not Jarboe who .requested.the
issue be discussed. Brown was


Walkway:

Cont. from A-1
Councilor Fred Lee suggest-
ed that the walkway could
help the city solve the parking
problem in Town Center,
which is also Atlantic Beach's
central business district.
"We are absolutely at capac-
ity for parking in the central
business district [Town
Center]. This could open up
all kinds of solutions ... it
opens up the west side [of the


You don't.


out of town and not at the meet-
ing.
Lee went on to explain that
the public should know the rea-
sons why Jarboe was getting an
extension and began' to list
Jarboe's good qualities as city
manager. But Jarboe.interrupted
Lee and again requested he not
get an extension.
Pruette, who chaired the
meeting due to Brown's absence,
complied with Jarboe's request.
Tuesday Pruettq said she felt
that it was not the right time to
have a review of Jarboe's, per-
formance.
"We'll just do it later," she said,
adding that the issue was no big
deal. '--- .. '..
Brown in a recent .mMen ra -
dum to the council said' that he
wanted to extend Jarboe's con-
tract for among other things the.
benefit of stability in the man-
ager's office.
"I have been impressed with
his [Darboe's] attention to dty
priorities' set' by the -council as
well as his dedication to keeping
council members informed. His
focus on finding better methods
to accomplish projects for less
money are extremely important
to our small cit;," Brown said in
the memorandum.
Jarboe came to the city -as city
manager in February of 2004.
His current salary is $88,200
annually, according to city
records.


street for parking]," Lee said.
"There's more [parking]
flexibility west of Third
Street."
Councilor Eric Pardee said
he is skeptical of the walkway
idea and that the only loca-
tion he could support placing
such 'a structure would be
around Seagate Avenue where
both Fletcher High. and
Fletcher Middle School are
located.
Pruette said that she would


BEAMI asks

help to fund

dental van

for needy
FROM STAFF
BEAM's Children's Dental
Program is trying to raise $7,000
to provide dental care to needy
Beach children, according to
organizers, .. .
The initial money for the
dental program was raised in
1998 through a fundraiser,
Princess Diana: An Evening of
Royal Elegance, but that money
is gone and donations are need-
ed, according to Karen Wolfson,
who helps organize the pro-
gram.
"BEAM pays for all children in
need who are not covered by
Medicaid. With July 1 starting a
Medicaid Refdrm.pilot program
in Duval County, no one knows
exactly how many children may
be covered through Medicaid. It
is up to us to provide for our
beach children," Wolfson said.
., The dental van visits chil-
dren in Jacksbnville Beach and
in "two places in Atlantic Beach,
Donner Park Community
.Center and'The Oaks of Atlantic
Beqch mobile home park.
As Donner Park Director Gail
Baker states, "Dental care is not
a priority when there is food to
buy and the rent or electric bill
is due. The money is just not
there!"
-The Smile Express and the
Happy Tooth are the two mobile
dental vans owned and operated
by the Duval County Health
Department. To date, 817 beach
children have received preven-
tive care and there have been
more than 440 restorative
appointments on the mobile
dental vans since the program
stated in 1999.',
"This is -a one-of-a-kind,
unique mission that B.E.A.M.
provides at the beach," Wolfson
said., "No .other area in Duval


Dogs:
Cont. from A-1
Matthews noted that the
-amendment was restating state
law and local policy in Neptune
Beach, Atlantic Beach and Ponte
Vedra Beach.
"What we did two weeks ago
was just redundant," he said.
Dog lobbyists urged council
members to help'"-i'ke
'j9&s&4vilIe'9each morbi friend-
ly to its' canine constituents
while opponents pointed out
the -health. hazards assodated
with dining with dogs.
Jim Overby, a self-prodaimed
dog lover who for 30 years has
rescued -Scottish terriers and
owns three dogs, said if a dog
has a tableside accident, fecal
matter 'could be trailed on a
server's shoe into a restaurant's
kitchen. "
".Dogs are not people. Dogs do
things that people don't do," he
said.' "They do not-belong at a
restaurant. They belong at
home."
But Julie Ingersoll, a professor
..at the University of North
Florida, said, dining outdoors




like to see the city look at
Jarboe Park as a location for
the walkway but is open to
discussing all possible loca-
tions.
"I think we need to start
looking at all the options. I'm
open," she said. "But the
growth [along the road], it's
coming. And not at least dis-
cussing ways to do something
about it wouldd be letting
down our citizens."


That's right, the hurricane season'is here, and there's no stopping
it or wishing it away. Relying on luck is not a disaster plan.


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established a thorough disaster and emergency evacuation plan for the comfort, safety and
well-being of our residents.

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Pnolo SUBrlIrTED
BEAM's dental van will make several stops at sites throughout
the Beaches this summer.


County provides this service for
its children.
The Smile Express visited
Donner Park Community
Center (2072 George St.,
Atlantic Beach) on June 6 9
and will return June 30, July 6
and 7. It will be will be visitingg
Jacksonville Housing Authority/
Carver Community Center ,
located at 123 S. 8th St.,
Jacksonville Beach, on June 21
and 23 and July 3 and 5. It will
also be at The Oaks of Atlantic
Beach Mobile Home Park, locat-
ed at 1020 Sistrunk St., in
Atlantic Beach on July 11, 14,
20, and 21. Times are approxi-
mately 8:45 3 p.m. each day.
To help with this program,
call Karen .Wolfson at 246-0847.



with a dog is one of the charms
that attracted' her to a coastal
communil'. Ingersoll also noted
that many single people, elderly
citizens and childless couples
value their dogs as they would a
family member.
Jud Spence, a code inspector
with the city, said the ordinance
^a~ cleggnifed ;fo 'rptebtitns
"because not' all dogs are the
same size and share the same
demeanor.


Boards get

familiar

faces back

FROM STAFF
The Jacksonville Beach City
Council Monday reappointed
four members to three of the
city's volunteer planning
boards.
Planning Commissioner
Julio ; Williams, Board of
Adjustment members Keith
Hall and John Moreland and
Community Redevelopment
Agency member Bill Hillegass
will continue to serve on their
respective boards.
"They are doing something
right," Mayor- Fland Sharp
said. "We appreciate them-
doing it."
Two new members were also
appointed to alternate posi-
tions. Former second alternate
Alan Grant will serve as first
alternate on the Code
Enforcement Board and
Darrell Shields will step in as
second alternate.

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Where Will You Go?


Atria Senior Living Plans for No Surprises

in the 2006 Hurricane Season


When the violent winds and torren--
'tial rains show up this hurricane sea-
son, where will you go? This year
brings no surprises from the National
Oceanic and Atmospheric Administra-
tion: We will have hurricanes. On av-
erage, the Atlantic hurricane season
brings six major hurricanes between
June 1 and November 30. Last year,
Hurricane Katrina showed everyone
that we cannot just wait out the storm.
Planning and preparing for a hurri-
cane often means the difference.be-
tween safely weathering the storm or
not especially for seniors. From a
sense of attachment to the family
home to the physical incapability of
sitting in a traffic jam on the way out
of town, many seniors may find it too
intimidating or even impossible to
evacuate in a safe and timely manner
on their own.
With 65 senior living communities
and nearly 7,000 residents throughout
states in the Atlantic hurricane region,
the seasoned disaster prevention teams
at Atria provide safe, fast and effective
senior-oriented evacuation before, as
well as care during and after, the storm.
"When you think back to some of
the tragedies that affected seniors last
hurricane season," said Danny McCoy,
Atria senior vice president, "it's just
heartbreaking." Whether firsthand ex-
perience or secondhand via the
evening news, the extraordinary mag-
nitude of the tragedies of the 2005 hur-
ricane season left many people horror-
struck.
"Atria evacuated more than 500
people last year without incident:
That's an amazing achievement," said
McCoy. Evacuees included residents,
staff and families, as well as many of
their pets'. Atria incurred more than
$800,000 in evacuation expenses,
none of which was charged back to the


families. Additionally, McCoy said,
"Atria's preparation for the 2006ihur-
ricane season has been well under way
for months now. The storms are.'un-
predictable, which means our plan-
ning must be very comprehensive.
Atria residents and families can have
confidence and peace of mind knIbw-
ing that Atria communities are 'well-
prepared to weather another p-ien-
tially volatile hurricane season."
Mark Alexander, Atria senior vice
president, is proud of the way thagtthe
Atria Support Center, in !ouisville,
Kentucky, and Atria communitite'.di-
saster prevention teams respond in an
emergency. He said of the 2004 hurri-
cane season, "As the storms kept com-
ing, staff and residents did whaf had
to be done and made the best ouitof a
difficult situation." From crucial ele-
ments like care and meals to the daunt-
ing task of keeping up morale, Atria
employees rose to the challenge dfpro-
viding the best service and care..
Atria's Disaster and Emergency
Evacuation Plan provides a detailed
checklist for communities to follow in
the event of any emergency. It outlines
duties and responsibilities covering all
the necessary steps to ensure a success-
ful storm response. "Our residents and
their families will always remain. our
first priority," said McCoy. "We are
ready to continue the care and service
to our residents and their families,that
they have come to expect."
Like the Boy Scouts, Atria SenidiLiv-
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ready for hurricane season? Is Mom
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ready to provide exceptional service
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June 14, 2006


THE BEACHES LEADER/PONTE VEDRA LEADER


The Leader's Opinion


'Everyone has a

stake in how area

schools perform

Average: Midway between extremes implies both suf-
ficiency and lack of distinction.
In the parlance of schools, average is a C.
Excellence is indicated by an A and the grade of B
reflects above average.
The import of what each grade represents and the
meaning of average is worth recalling as you look at
the grades given the Beaches school last week by the
state.
Most of the schools here got A's, with Jacksonville
Beach Elementary School earning the best score in the
county and sixth best in the state.
There were a few disappointments, however, as three
schools saw their grades slip.
Mayport Elementary had the. biggest slide, going
from A to C. Mayport Middle went from an A to a B.
Fletcher.High School, which has a tradition of excel-
lence, earned a B above average but not excellent.
Fletcher Middle School earned an A, while Mayport..
Middle School earned a B. The two are feeder schools
for Fletcher High.
There were, many. reasons, for these' two Mayport,
schools slipping. The students and staffs work hard
and do many things well. But a tremendous change in
student population, brought about by upheaval in the
neighborhoods served by the schools, offers an expla-
nation for much of the shift.
It should be noted thatTinegan Elementary School,
which is just outside Mayport Naval Station, went
from a C to an A.
It is important to realize that what happens in all of
our schools has. an effect on everyone at the Beaches.
Ahigh school is only as good as its feeder schools.
And the excellence of a high school can impact
.property values. That domino-effect ought to concern
even those who assume that since they. have no child
in the "average" schools, the school grades don't
impact them.
We are all stakeholders in this and excellence in the
schools is good for students and good for a communi-
*ty.




Letters to the editor:


Celebrity in our midst


TOthe-editor:--- --
" I was totally taken-by sur-
prise. My humble next door
neighbor mentioned she was
going to Texas when school
got out but did not say much
more. She came home the
National Racquetball
SChampion and was also
inducted into the. Hall ,of
Fame. Susan Pfahler is a
celebrity in our midst and
deserves special recognition.
She is a longtime Neptune


--Beach-resident-.'and-an excel--
-lent teacher at Christ United
Methodist School. That I.
know first-hand because she
taught my daughter and son
and had a long lasting influ-
ence on them. She is a quiet
but caring neighbor, teacher
and friend and we in
Neptune Beach congratulate
you for your outstanding,
accomplishments!
Edi Wohigemuth
Neptune Beach


Home Depot would be good
To, the editor: regulations, including pro-
It is time for .the silent tecting the value of the
S majority to speak up. and offices, which are behind it.
make themselves heard. There are many people in
Home Depot has reapplied to favor of this project and we
build a store in the vacated K- must not let a small vocal
mart store. minority rule.
As it now stands, the center ,' Home Depot would be an,
is beginning to look -like asset to all the stores in that
Atlantic Beach with vacant center;
big box stores. We are fortu-' Please watch the paper for
nate to have Bed' & Bath when town meetings will be
occupy one end of the center. held and it is very important
Home Depot also wants to for the majority to have their
come to our area and supply a presence felt. Write letters,
needed service to us. It is my and call your elected officials
understanding that they are to make your wishes known.
willing to do anything the ATRosenblatt
city wants to comply with Jacksonville Beach



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Lawyer offers aid to Atlantic Beach


.To the editor:
As a citizen of Atlantic
Beach (890 Beach Ave) and as
a licensed trial lawyer in
Jacksonville, I would like .to,
offer not only my support,
but what help I can provide,
However, I'do not wish to do
anything that might hinder
what you've already put in
motion. You have some won-
derfully recognizable folks
already involved and I am,
sure their plans are many.
On the other hand, I am
curious. Has anyone raised
'the constitutipnality, of any-
thing -yes, anything ... being
proposed, and' 'particularly,
has Mr. Jensen been consulted
.first? (He is still the city's'
attorney.) I have a strong idea
of what he might tell some
who cared to ask both about a
new law's* survivability and
cost, to .the city ,i legally -
attacked.
'What I know7'(as little,,as it
may be) about constitutional
law requires a dual process
before such, things anyone'ss
proposal) can be seriously


considered. Neither of them tion of them, can not be arbi-
have anything to do with any trary ,in any way. To be
one's (group's or individual's) such is fatal to a law's enforce-
opinion on aesthetic value. It ment and existence.
has, from the outset of all Some that have occurred to
these ideas, struck me as odd me are (1) who decided what
that an opinion from a is or isn't "Old Atlantic
lawyer, about enacting a law 'Beach" and moreover, what is'
(or series of them) that does the need for such separation;
not apply to all the citizens, is (2) what need is there in the
going to be interpreted by the entire entire- community
courts (should it be chal- to'restrict the rights of some,.
lenged). Ponder if you would but not all; 13) if there is such
what might happen, if the a need, then why doesn't any:
City of Jacksonmille required .proposal I've heard address.
some of the blighted areas the entire citizenry or all the
only the city's blighted areas property owners, and not
- to improve their properties some arbitrary designation or
,by, certain means the rest of group of people and partic-
the City decides it likes. Care ularlywhen it appears to'serve
to guess what a court of law no benefit to the entire group
would do with such an ordi-. of voters or property owners
nance? No difference here, in our city?
just it's in reverse., I apologize "for the ques-:
Do you know, has our fine tions, but I'm just, wondering
council,sought such ,an opir.,i if any proposals could survive
ion? v would guess that some ,.a colstityionallia
one would have already, but I -can help, please let me know. -
haye not heard much about Ellis Fernandez III
one if any at all. Jacksonville
Laws, by the very require-
ment of our courts, interpreta-


Help Neptune Beach fightthe goliath


To the editor:
"It's a Wonderful Life." We
all know the' heart-wrench-
ing tale in' which .George
Bailey sacrifices his dreams
to hold onto the "Savings
,and. Loan" that had, for so
many years, so loyally served
the little town of Bedford
Falls. But unscrupulous and
dastardly Mr. Potter knew
that destroying the "Savings
and Loan" was his ticket to
complete control of the city
and watched and waited
until poor Uncle Billy unwit-.
tingly handed him the keys.
to the city. While Mr. Potter's
vilainous character was.
transparent, the newer ver-
sion of this American busi-
ness model is covered with
cost saving price stickers in
an attempt to conceal its,
identity.
So far, Wal-Mart, through,
unsavory business practices,
has managed to control the
merchandising industry. In
an unrelenting fashion, it is
also using these same tech-
niques to control food distri-.
bution, pharmacies, and, just
recently, in a stealth-like
maneuver, unsuccessfully
tried to open "The Bank of
Wal-Mart." Just a blip in the


road for this behemoth that
will eventually get its way...
I actually ,.went to the
CNBC story as requested by
one writer. The story so glori-
fied Wal-Mart that I have to
wonder if they, too aren't
beholden to this goliath.
There are other Web sites
dedicated to opposing points
of view such as walmart-
watch.cornm. But ,we could
play this ping pong match of
pros and cons for an eternity
and not get anywhere worth
going.
The writer .cited Darwin's
theory as the, foundation for
our burgeoning economy.
However, if one of the play-
ers in this competition for
survival of the fittest and
backed by more money than
the entire GDP of a country,
is able to obliterate the com-
petition, then it also obliter-
ates the consumer's right- to
choose, thereby eliminating
the benefit that Darwinismis
supposed to provide.
This isn't about class war-
fare as some would charac-
terize those who oppose this'
giant. Rich and poor alike
love a good bargain. I am a
tteacher, and believe me, I
scour the Sunday ads to find.
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Call

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the best prices for necessary
supplies. I too am always
short of time. But, I will
never be so desperate that I
must have a Wal-Mart right
next door when there is one
15 minutes down the road.
This is a quality .of life
issue for me. Maybe it's illu-
sion, but I .like to think that
Neptune Beach has its own,
unique character. I don't
want it to become just one
more homogenized former
unique beach community.
Wal-Mart is a step in that
direction.
I'm not even going to try
to explain how Wal-Mart is
able to provide cheap prices.
There is plenty of informa-
tion for those .who care
enough to investigate. Let's
just say, we, as a people, pay
a high price for low prices.
Go towww.saveourbeach-
town.com and add your
name to the petition.
For the sake of all the,
George Baileys of our com-r
munity and in the name, if
fair play, let's at leastgive Mr.
Potter a good fight!
Lynn Shimp
Neptune Beach





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JOHN
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COLUMNIST


Camping

experiences

worth

remembering

(or forgetting)


We once had some wilds.
When my family first moved
here to Neptune Beach, there
was undeveloped land a half
block away. Our .kids would
play there, and my preteen
son, Eric, built a "kid kondo"
up in one of the trees.
Afterward, he and a buddy
wanted to camp there (on the
grounds overnight. Not to be a
party pooper, I approved, with
the proviso that they take our
dog along and chain her next
to their sleeping bags.
Being the nail-biter I am; I
got up in the wee hours to
check on them and found
them leaping through the fire
they had built, trying their best
to barbecue themselves. Later
came another camping exploit
for E.ric, this time with a super-
vised group in the Osceola
National Forest, as I recall. My
wife and I went to pick him up
when it was over, and he was,
tired and famished, not having
slept or eaten much. He decid-
ed then that he didn't particu-
larly\,are for camping., ,
.1I Alater, despite, -his-.
expressed' aversion -to l ving
alfresco, he agreed to spend a
week at a recommended down-
state camp while we enjoyed a
foreign vacation. On our way
to the camp, we stopped to get
him some take-out food in case
the cafeteria was closed when
we arrived. He wanted a sand-
wich, which we had wrapped
up and put it in his duffel bag.
When we stopped to get him
, a week later, he was sitting on
his duffel bag, waiting for. us
and looking bored. He. appar-
ently liked the activities but
missed the comforts of home,'
especially air conditioning.
Back at the, house, my wife
openedhis bag to empty it and
found all his clothes wet and
muddy. Right in the middle of
the mess was the sandwich,
colored a stomach-turning
shade of green.
Moral: Parents ought to be
prepared for their offspring not
to be supremely happy at
away-from-home camps. That.
funny song "Camp Granada,"
imitating a child's letter from
camp, comes to mind.
Opening excerpt: "hello
mudda, hello fadda-- here I am
at camp granada -- camp is
very entertaining-- they say
we'll have some fun' if it stops
raining."
Then follow revelations of
dreadful incidents involving
ptomaine poisoning, alligators,
malaria, bears, etc. The singing
"child" pleads to be rescued
but changes his mind when
sailing and baseball begin. It's
hilarious, yet instructive.
Ultimate irony: Our son
ended up joining the Marines,
whose camping arrangements
Weren't exactly luxurious.


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Beach, Fla. 32240, or
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POLICEBEAT


Police beat is compiled from
police reports which are avail-
able for public inspection at
each department's offices.
ATLANTIC BEACH
A pouch containing $1,000
cash and a wallet were report-
ed stolen from a vehicle May
28 in the 1100 block of
Sandpiper Lane East.
A simple battery was report-
ed June 9 in the 300 block 6f
4th Street.

A license plate was reported
stolen from a vehicle June 9
in the area of Dutton Island
Road.
Clarence William Ritche,
22, of Atlantic Beach was
arrested and charged with
driving with a suspended
license as a habitual traffic
offender June 14 in the 1400
block of Mayport Road,
according to a police report.
A burglary to a business was
reported June 13 in the 1200
block of Mayport Road.
Eddie Smith Jr., 39, of
Atlantic Beach was arrested
and charged with possession
of cocaine June 13 in the 1200
block of Mayport Road,
according to a police report.
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Lumber valued at $200 was
reported stolen from a resi-
dence June 13 in the 200
block of 12th Street.

SRonald Anthony Dimaio,
21, of Jacksonville was arrest-
ed and charged with posses-
sion of cocaine June 14 in the
1400 block of Mayport Road,
according to a-police report.

Lisa Marie Horton, 33, of
Atlantic Beach was arrested
on a warrant and charged
with violation of' probation
June 14 in the 50 block of
Dudley Street, according.to a
police report.
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A car stereo valued at $150
was reported stolen from a
vehicle June 14 in the 600
block of Kestner.
A cell phone valued at $100
was reported' stolen 'ftom:.'a-
vehicle j'iffi-'lh14 in"lhe l,?
block of Ailadnti Bouleviard,''
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Johnny Mitchell, 50, of
Jacksonville was arrested and
charged with three counts of
burglary, .criminal mischief
and unauthorized' use of an
identification April 14 in the
800 block of Sailfish Drive
North, according to a police
report.
A burglary to a residence
was reported June 10 in the
1900 block of Mary St.
April Snow Combs, 28, of
Glenn St. Mary was arrested
on a warrant and charged
with possession 'of a con-
trolled substance June 18 in
the 800 bock of Seminole
Road, according to. a police
report.
Clarence Leroy Jones, 48, of
Atlantic Beach was arrested
and charged with possession
of crack and possession of a
controlled substance June 18
in the 2300 block of Mayport
Road, according to a police
report.
I
NEPTUNE BEACH
A simple battery; was report-
ed June 18 in the' 400 block of
Bowles Street. An arrest was
made in the incident.
A vehicle was reported van-
dalized June 17 in the 1500
block of Sand Dollar Circle.
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A bicycle valued at $200
was reported stolen from a
residence June 16 in the 1100
block of Strand.


Four incidents of check
fraud were reported at a busi-


ness in the 1200
Atlantic Boulevard.
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block


A camera valued at $375, a
wallet, five prepaid tickets to
Disney World valued at $400
and $1,000 cash were reported
stolen June 18 from a room at
the Days Inn in Neptune
Beach, 1401 Atlantic
Boulevard.
A bicycle valued at $200
was reported 'stolen from the
Fletcher High swimming pool
area, 700 Seagate Avenue,
June 15.

PONTE VEDRA BEACH
A 41-year-old Jacksonville
resident was charged with
aggravated assault with a
deadly weapon, possession of
a deadly weapon while com-
mitting a felony, and resisting
arrest without violence on
June 16.
Mark Alan Dutcher threat-
ened a woman and fired a
handgun into the sand at
Mickler's Landing at approxi-
mately 4:40 p.m., according
to the police report. After
'SJSO deputies arrived on the
scene, the suspect ran'into the
woods and was later 'appre-
hended by a SJSO deputy on
the beach near the 1100 block
of Ponte Vedra Blvd.
The suspect was taken back
to Mickler's Landing where he
was positively identified by
witnesses on the scene. 'The
weapon was recovered after
the suspect indicated for the
deputies where 'h had left it
in the woods,,the report said.
The suspect was transported
to county jail.
Criminal'mischief resulting
in $300 indamages to a 12-
foot gate in the. 200 block of
Boardwalk Drive was reported
on June'18. According to the
police report,' the gate was
forced open and as a result.
was bent and misaligned..

A 25.-year-old Ponte Vedra
resident was "charged with
simple domestic battery fol-
lowing an incident on June 18
at a residence on Timberwalk
Court.


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The suspect in a bank heist Thursday at Wachovia Bank in Jacksonville Beach is captured on sur-
veillance cameras. Police described the suspect as a white male in his mid 20's with blond hair.
He is 6'0" with a thin build and was wearing tan cargo shorts, a white undershirt and a black
beanie with a brown bandana covering the lower portion of his face during the robbery.


ed June 17 and was charged
with driving with a suspended
or revoked license as a habitu-
al traffic offender in the 200
block of 3rd St. N., according
to a police report.
Battery was reported June
17 in the 800 block of 4th
Ave. S. The victim told police
he was sitting on his front
porch at' 11:35 a.m. when an
unknown man in dark jeans
and a silk buttondown shirt
walked by and uttered some-
thinfg unintelligible. When
the victim asked the suspect if
he had a problem, the man
attacked him. and punched
him several times in the face
and head before fleeing on
foot. The .victim sustained
lacerations to his face,
swelling to his left eye and a
broken nose.
Reubin Anthony McBrayer,


22, a 'transient, was arrested
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SChils' Arithbriy" Able;' 36," 'St.'lfohns Countly for worth-
of, Jacksonville Beach was less checks in' the 100 block of
arrested June 19 arid charged 2nd St. N., according to a
with uttering a forged instru- police report.'-


ment in the 100 block of 3rd
St. N., according to police.
Able is currently in jail on
other charges, according to a
police report.
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Amber Lynette Vaughan,
46, of Jacksonville Beach was
arrested June 19 and charged
with uttering a forged instru-
ment in the 400 block of 6th
Ave. N., according to police.
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A car stereo valued at $200
was reported stolen June 19 in
from a vehicle in the first
block of 1st St. N. The front
passenger window was
smashed to gain access to the
vehiclee which was parked, in a
hotel parking lot. The inci-
dent was captured on surveil-
lance cameras monitoring the
lot, police said.
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Grand theft was reported
June 19 in.-the 200 block of
7th Ave. S. The victim told
police that $300 was stolen
from a safe in her home while
she was at work.
Joseph Paul Corey, 22, of
Jacksonville Beach was arrest-


Tanja Renee Burgess, 29, of
Gainesville was arrested June
17 and charged driving with a
suspended or revoked license
as a habitual traffic offender
in the 100 block' of Beach
Blvd., according to a police
report.
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Brenett Ntontgomery
Brown', 36, 'of Jacksonville
Beach was arrested June 18
and charged with aggravated
battery with a deadly weapon
in the 600 block of 7th Ave. S.
, according to police. The vic-
tim told police 'that Brown
became angry and stabbed
him in the right shoulder
with a knife after he got up to
go to the bathroom. Police
said Brown locked the bed-
room door but the victim was
able to escape with the defen-
dant still in pursuit with the
knife. The victim suffered cuts
to his hands trying to block
the knife and was able to get
it away. from Brown and
threw it in the yard, accord-
ing to a police-report.
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Michael Scott Mirazik, 29,


of Jacksonville was arrested
June 16 and charged with
grand theft for stealing
$29,920 from a restaurant in
the 100 block of Beach Blvd.,
according to a police report.
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Bryan Keith Banks, 34, of
Jacksopville was arrested June
16 and charged with posses-
sion of cocaine and felony
possession -of a controlled
substance while in the physi-
cal control of a vehicle in the
100 block of 1st Ave. N. ,
according'to a police report.
Carl Mitchell Hooper, 27, of
Georgetown, Tenn. was arrest-
ed June 16.and charged with
lewd and- lascivious battery
,engaging in sexual activity
with a child under 16 in the
200 block of Beach Proper S.,
according to police. Police
patrolling the area at 1:30
a.m. observed two people
who appeared to be asleep
beneath' a'blanket. The' offi--
t, j ;',


cers approached the people to
inform them of the city's no
camping policy and asked for
identification. Hooper
reached beneath the blanket
to his feet and appeared to be
trying to pull his pants up to
his waist. He stood up with
his pants undone and failing
to cover his pelvic area and
was visibly nervous. The other
person was identified as a 14-
year-old girl listed as missing
from Walker County, Ga.,
according to a police report.


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IF," :PROMSTAFF
Jacksonville Beach Police
detectives are looking for an
armed man who committed a
bank robbery Thursday at
Wachovia Bank at 3740 3rd
Street South.
Police said the white male
suspect entered the bank at
approximately 3:4 p.m.
brandishing a large black
semiautomatic handgun and
demanded cash.
According to a police'report,
the man was yelling and wav-
ing the gun at employees and
jumped up on the "'.teller's
counter with a brown plastic
bag to hold the money.
The suspect jumped off the
counter and fled west on foot.
He was last seen by a witness
in the parking lot of South
Beach Regional Shopping
Center.
The suspect is described as a
white male, 6'0", a[pproxi-
matelv 25 years of age. He
was last seen wearing khaki
cargo shorts, a white under-
shirt and a black skull cap. A
brown bandana obscured the
lower portion of the man's
face.
Anyone with information
regarding the robbery should
contact Det. Anthony
Dziedzicki at.24Z-4030.'


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June 21, 2006


The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader


MEETING

Wedaesdas- ..
Art association: The Pablo
Towers Art Associatiohn neet.
from 12:30. t 3 p.n-.
Wednesdays.t 1 ;, ,"& -
Ballroom dancm'i
Ballroom dancing' is .off.red
Wednesday, at,7:3,0 .p.i. 4 V
the Senior Cent .19tJrAve,,'-
Jacksbnville-.Belaci. The cost -
Is $4. Call 241-3796 for infor-
mation. .. ,
Cancer-. support-.group:
The Cancer Support Group at
Baptist "Medical Center
Beaches meet ,at 6"p'i.'m.
* Wednesday at the 'Florida
Cancer Center In Medical
Office Building B On thli hos-
pital campus. Call 247-2910 '
for information.
Grandparents raising
grandchildren: An -educa-
tional/support .group for'
grandparents raising grand-
childrefi meets the third;
Wednesday of the month
from 11 a.m. to 12:15 p;m..&t'
St. Andrew's Lutheran
Church, 1801 Beach Blvd.",
Call 280-7264 for Informa-)
tion. .

Friday
Jacksonville Singles
Dance Club: -The
Jacksonville Singles Dance'
Club meets from 8 to 11 p.m.
Friday at the Knights of,
Columbus- Hall, 1501
Hendricks Ave. Admission Is
.$8, or $7 for members. Call
779-1234 or e-mail
jaxsinglesDC@aol.tom for
information.
Recovery Inc.; Recovery,
Inc., a mental health support
group, meets at 6:30 p,m.
Friday at St Paul's Catholic
Churc~hs Family Life Center,
578 First Ave. N.. Jacksonville
Beach. 247-3299.
Senior tennis: Tennis for
senioiksis being offered at
Huguenot Tens Center in
Jacksonville Beach from 9 to
11 a.m. Friday. 247Z6221.
Saturday -
Beaches Palm Group: The
Florida Writer's Association
Beaches Palm Group meets'
the fourth Saturday of each.
month, except December at
the, ,Ponte ..Vedra Beach
Library. Call Vic DiGeriti at
904-285-2258 for 'inforrna-
tion. -
Sundays ,
-Depression" support:
Depression Bipolar Supportf
Alliance .- Jacksonville.
Beaches meets Sundays at
5:30 p.m. at Beaches Medical
Center, 1350 13th Ave. S.,
Jacksonville Beach. Visit-
www.dbsajax.org for infor-.
mation.

S Monday
Al-Anon: Al-Anon Family
Groups offer a recovery pro-.
gram for families arid friends
of alcoholics, whether or not
the alcoholic seeks help.
Meetings are held Mondays,.
including holidays,. at 10:30
a.m. at 400 Penman Road,;
Jacksonville Beach. Meetings
are also available at. other
times, days and locations..
350-0600.'
Meditation group: The
Twin Heart Meditation
Group meets from. 7:30 to
8:30 p.m. Monday at
Ancient Healing Secrets, 460
Oceola Ave., Jacksonville
Beach. This is a global medi-.
tation aimed' at helping to"
heal the .planet. and .create
world peace. Love. offerings
are accepted. For informa-
tion, call Di'ne at 382-5823.
Toastmasters: The Beaches
Area Toastmasters Club
meets Mondays at 7 p.m. at
Atlantic Theatres, 715
Atlantic Blvd., Atlantic
Beach. 610-8807.
Breast-feeding support:
Baptist Medical Center
Beaches offers a breast-feed-
ing support group from 10 to
11:30 a.m. in Conference
Room B at 1350 13th Ave. S.
the first Monday of the
month. The group is moder-
ated by Loretta Haycook.
There is no cost, and babies
and children are welcome.
Snacks and beverages are
served. 247-2974.
Grandparent Group: The


Grandparent Group meets at
10 a.m. the first Monday of
each month at the St. Johns
County Mental. Health
Department, 195.5. U.S. 1
South, St. Augustine.. Call
904-825-5048 for i fozm4n-
tion. '
Lions Chub: The. Lions
Club of Jacksonville Beach
meets at 7 p.m. the first and
third Mondays at the comer
of Penrijan Road and Setond
Avenue North; and at noon
on the second,, and. fourth
Tuesday at IPerkins
Restaurant, 14471 Beach
Blvd. For information on
Monday's meetings, call
Chuck Carroll at 241-1129;
call Denny Bradford at 220-
2222 for information on
Tuesday's meetings.


CALENDAR


Wednesday, June
21
First Day of Summer.

Headache workshop:
Coastal Care Medical Center,
10909-9 Atlantic Blvd.,
Jacksonville, will present a free
educational workshop on how
to stop headaches from interfer-
ing with your life at noon.
Lunch will be provided.
Registration is required by June
19. Call' 642-3304 for informa-
tion.or to register.

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

Sons of Italy: The Sons of
Italy Beaches Lodge #2821 will
meet at. 7:30 p.m. -at Adele
Grage Cultuial,, Center, 716
Ocean Blvd., Atlantic :Beach.
Anyone of .Italiari heritage, or
not is invited,. A social time at
6:30 p.m. precedes the meeting.
Call 242-4929 for information.

Thursday,
Book group: The" Beaches
Democratic Club' Book
Discussion Group meets at 7:30
p.m. at the Village; Inn
Restaurant in Neptune Beach.-

Friday
A Couples Thing: Learn to
communicate- more effectively
through art at. "A Couples
Thing," 5 to 8 p.m. at 'th
Jacksonville Museum of
Modern Art. The cost is $100
per couple, and. the program is
for JMOMA. rriembers.
Registration is required by June
16. Contact Allison at 366-
6911, extension' 204, or e-mail
agraff@jmoma.org.

Cooking class: Persephone
. Healing Aits Center, 485 6th
'Ave. N., Jacksonville Beach, will
'have an all organic cooking
class from 5:30 to.7 p.m. Space
is limited and,thete is a fee. Call
246-3583 for information..

Funvention: The Red Hatters
will have their 5th Annual
Flotida 7' State .,Fun!ptioft
*throughCJune 24 at We PGQA
National Resort and Spa, Palm
'Beach Gardens. For rates and
information, e-mail flfiunven-
tion@aol.com.

Saturday
CPR class: An adult, infant
and child CPR and first aid with
AED.class will be held from 9:30
a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at the USO,
2560 Mayport Road, Atlantic
Beach. Anyone with a military
ID receives a $5 discount. Call.
246-1395 for information or to
register.

Summer Fest: Jeremiah
Cultural Development
Corporation presents the 2nd
Annual Summer Fest from 10
a.m." to 10 p.m. at New
Friendship Church, 28 Dudley
St., Atlantic Beach. There will
be food, music, crafts and
'health screening.

Casino Night: Helping
Hands is having Casino Night
'from. 7 to 10 p.m. at the Sea
'Turtle' Inn. Proceeds to go'
Helping Hands Village. Tickets
are $100 each and include gam-
ing, heavy hors d'oeuvres, and
beer and wine. Call Paul
Grafton at 223-3608 for infor-
mation.

Monday, June 26
Movie Night: "Classic
(Adult) Movie Night)" will ,be
held at 5:30 p.m. at the Beaches
Branch Library, 600 Third St.,
SNeptune Beach. "Kiss Me Kate"
will be shown. Call 241-1141
for information.

Toastmasters anniversary:
The Beaches Area Toastmasters
will celebrate their 32nd year at
the beach. The club will meet
from 7 to 8:30 p.m., followed
by an anniversary celebration
and networking event through
10 p.m. Call Viviane Barry at
904-610-8807, or e-mail bar-
rycv@bellsouth.net, for infor-
mation.

Friday
Furry Faces: Today is the
deadline for the Jacksonville


Humane Society's 10th Annual
Furry Faces 2007 Calendar
Contest. Entry forms are avail-
able at
www.laxhumane.org/events.
Call the Humane Society at
725-8766, extension 210, for
information.

Saturday
China adoption workshop:
A free workshop on adopting
children from -China will be
held from I to 3 p.m. at the


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StrollerFit, an interactive exercise experience for moms and their babies, began this month in Atlantic Beach. For information on
StrollerFit, call Siobhan at 626-2333 or visit www.strollerfit.com.Mothers gather with their children in strollers to exercise.


Southeast Branch Library,
10599 Deerwood Park Blvd
Suite A. Call 221-4095 or e-mail
kristin.flCgwca.org for informa-
tion.

Tuesday, July 4
Independence Day.

Wednesday
Beaches Cleanup: The annu-
al Beaches Cleanup will be held.
Litter bags and gloves will be'
distributed to volunteers from 7
to 9 a.m. at Atlantic Boulevard
at the ocean,' Beach' Boulevard
at the ocean, and 16th Avenue
South in Jacksonville Beach at
the ocean. Participants must be
at least 18 or accompanied by
an adult, and should bring
water wear, sturdy footwear and
sun protection. Call 630-3420
or visit www.coi.net, keyword
search "beaches cleanup," for
information.
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.Beaches Watch:- Beaches
Watch will meet at 7 p.m. in the
community room of the Pelican
Point Condominium, 1901 1st
St. N., Jacksonville Beach. The.
meeting is open to the public.
Call 513-9242 'or visit
www.beacheswatch.com for
information.

"Cram, a SAM": Suddath
Container Systems is presenting
"Cram .a SAM" to collect art
supplies for local non-profit
organizations with art pro-
grams. Donations of paint,
paper, glue, crayons, colored
pencils and more can be made
from 5 to 9 p.m. today at Art
Walk in Downtown
Jacksonville at Hemming Plaza;
10 a.m. to noon July 8 at the
Wal-Mart on San Pablo Road
.and Beach Boulevard; and 10
a.m. to 2 p.ma. 'July 15 a the
McDonald's at St. Johns Town
Center.

Thursday '
Kid's fishing workshop: The
Friends of Washington Oaks
State Gardens will offer kid's
saltwater fishing workshops
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. today,
and July 7, 13, 14, 20, 21,-27
and 28 for ages 10 to 15. The
cost is $20 per person per work-
shop. The park is located at
6400 N. Oceanshore Blvd.,
Palm Coast. Call Cristv Leonard
at 386-446-6783 or 386-931-
4123 for information.

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

Wednesday, July
12
Man to Man: Man to Man, a
prostate cancer support group,
will meet at 6 p.m. at Baptist
Medical Center Beaches'
Conference Room A. Call 249-
0022 for information.

Thursday
Cinderella's Evening Out:
"Cinderella's Evening Out,"
hosted by the Atlantic Beach
Women's Connection, will be
held from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the
Selva Marina Country Club,
1600 Selva Marina Drive,
Atlantic Beach. All area ladies
are invited to bring their daugh-
ters or a special young lady. The
Jacksonville Jaguars
Cheerleaders will entertain and


share about life as a "Roar"
Cheerleader. Former CNN radio
correspondent Paige Kolb will
share the secret -behind a win-
ning" smile. The cost for the
evening is $18. Pre-paid reserva-
tions are due by July 10 for din-
ner and complimentary .child
care. Call Susan at 904-714-
9962 or Mary at 904-223-1002,
or e-mail
atlanticbeachwc@yahoo.com
for reservations.

Friday
Art Spa: Art- Spa, a one-day
camp for adult-members of the
Jacksonville -.Museum of
Modem Art, will be held from 9.
a.m. to 5 p.m. The cost. is $175.
Registration is required, by. July
7. Call Allison at 366-69,11,
extension 204, or- e-mail
agraff@imoma.org for informa-
tion or to register.

..m1 rnSatur4W ori nc1n
Book, signing: ,-,, .Gr.ah.
Barkoskie Neitz will sign copies
of her' book "Cabbageberries,
Duck Feathers and the Tides, A
Collection of Palm Valley
Memories," from 3 to 4 p.m. in
the GTM Reserve
Environmental Education
Center, 505 Guana River Road,
off A 1A. She will 'share stories of
her life from 2 to 3 p.m.
Admission is $2 for adults, $1
for children 10 to 17, and free
for under 10. Call 904-823-4500
for information.

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

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

Friday
Outdoor Observations:
Outdoor Observations, will be
held from 10 to 11 a.m. at
Castaway Island Preserve, 2885
San Pablo Road South. The pro-
gram is for all ages. Call '630-
3577 for information.

tocytime Science: Storytime
Science will be held from noon
to 1 p.m. at Castaway Island
Preserve, 2885 San Pablo 'Road
South. The program is for ages 7
and under and their adult com-
panions. Read a story then
examine the science involved.
Call 630-3577 for information.
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). The pro-
gram qualifies you for the
Florida state boater's card. Call
John Davis at 904-821-9692 for
information.

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


Monday, July 24'1
Movie Night: "Classic
(Adult) Movie Night)" will be
held at 5:30 p.m. at the Beaches
Branch Library, 600 Third St.,
Neptune .Beach. "Flying
Leathernecks" will be shown.
Call 241-1141 for information.
Saturday
Gator Gathering: The Gator
Club of Jacksonville will have
its annual Gator Gathering
from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Morocco
Shrine Center, 3800 S. St. Johns
Bluff Road, Jacksonville. Call
642-5200 by July 1 to R.S.V.P.

Saturday, Aug. 5
Job seeker workshop: Christ
Episcopal Church is sponsoring
a -free job seeker workshop at
the Christian Formation
Center, Room 108, 400 San
Juan Driver, Ponte Vedra. Call
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information or to sign up.

Saturday, Aug. 12
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 Kernran). The pro-
gram qualifies -you. for the
Florida state boater's card. Call'
John Davis at 904-821-9692 foi
information.

Monday, Aug. 14
Movie Night': "Classic
(Adult) Movie Night)" will 'be
held at 5:30 p.m. at the Beaches.
Branch Library, 600 Third St.,
Neptune Beach. "Under the
Tuscan Sun" will be shown. Call
241-1141 for. information.

Friday
Reunion: The 1956 Class of
Fletcher High School will hold
.its 50-year high school reunion
today and Aug. 19 at the
Comfort Inn Oceanfront in
Jacksonville Beach. The cost is
$100 per person, not including
accommodations. Make checks
payable to Fletcher Class of '56,
1224 Forest Oaks Drive,
Neptune Beach; Fla. 32266.

Sunday, Aug. 20
Jazz concert series: "Smooth


Sounds of Hot Summer Nights"
will be held from 5 to 9 p.m. at
the SeaWalk Pavilion. Jazz saxo-
phonist Euge Groove will per-
form. For information, call 247-
6100 and press 3.

Monday, Sept. 4
Labor Day.

Sunday, Sept. 10
Grandparents' Day.

Friday
Reunion: The USS Perkins
(DD-26, DD-377, DDR-877)
Association will have its 16th
annual- reunion through Sept.
17 in 'Lincoln, Neb. For infor-
mation, -contact Roger W.
Patton, 1600 N. '80th St.,
Lincoln, -Neb. 68505, 402-465-
4174, jprp84@'aol.com.

Saturday
Boating course: The U.S.
.past:,,.ard Au-xi4ry Qeache..
Flo9illai 14-4 offers ,-:A eRipsa's
Boating Course" from 7:30 a.m.
to 5 p.m. at the Captains.Club,
13363 Beach Blvd.. (between
Hodges and Kernan). The pro-
gram qualifies you for the
Florida state boater's card. Call
John Davis at 904-821-9692 for
information.

Saturday, Sept. 23
Rosh Hashanah.

First day of Autumn.

Monday
Movie Night: "Classic
(Adult) Movie Night)" will be
held at 5:30 p.m. at the Beaches
Branch Library, 600 Third St.,
Neptune Beach. "Friendly
Persuasion" will be shown. Call
241-1141 for information.

Monday, Oct. 2
Yom Kippur..

Monday, Oct. 9
Columbus Day. .

Thursday, Oct. 20
- .Neptune Beach anniversary:
. The city of Neptune Beach will
celebrate its .75th anniversary
through Oct. 22 at Jarboe Park.'
There will be a carnival, ven-
dors, entertainment and con-
tests. E-mail 'Leslie Lyne at
llyne@neptunebeach.com or
call 270-1688.,


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Robert Emmett Conway died
of Lewey Body Disease at his
home in Ponte Vedra Beach
June 19, 2006. Born in Omaha,
Neb., he grew up in Chicago
and attended St. Rita's High
School and Lewis University.
He joined the military in 1958
and became a Lieutenant in
the U.S. Navy. He was a retired
Delta pilot, During his' retire-
ment, Conway enjoyed golfing
in Ponte Vedra Beach and
spending summers in
Cooperstown, N.Y. Family
members include his wife of 42
years, Mary Alice Conway;
sons Robert (Kimberly)
Conway, David (Elizabeth)
Conway and Christopher
Conway; daughters Anne
(Neil) Larsen and Melissa
(Tony) Hartman; grandchil-
dren, Elizabeth, Myles, Patrick
and Daniel Conway, Sarah,


.Tieye C
Tierye .Crumley, 51, Florida,
native and longtime resident
of Jacksonville, died June 16,
2006. A former Marine, he
belonged to the 'VFW, the
American Legion and the
Moose' Lodge. He was the
owner/operator of East Coast'
Customs and Collision at
Jacksonville Beach. Surviving
are his wife Marie; his parents,
William B.. S. and B6nnie


Alex Michael Fisher, 18 of
Jacksonville Beach, died. on
Thursday, June 8, 2006 due to
an auto accident. Fisher 'was
born on Nov. 9, 1987 in
Jacksonville. He was a student
at FCCJ and was employed by
Po' Boys Restaurant at Atlantic
Beach. Fisher hoped tdo pursue
a profession in the culinary
arts. He loved adventure, the
beach, surfing, fishing, scuba
diving, snowboarding, off-
road four-wheeling and spend-
ing time with friends, accord-
ing to his family. Fisher was an
accomplished -guitar player,
and-wh'iletaten'ding'scid6l- a
Founfidation -Acitlerry/, hei ar
ticipated in many musical and
drama productions. He accept-
ed the Lord Jesus Christ as his
Savior at the Billy Graham
Crusade and was baptized on


Derek, and Ryan Larsen, and
Clare, Madeline and Mary
Alice Hartman; sisters Mary
Ellen (Allan) Huber and Julie
(Denny) Wise; brother James
(Mary Lou) Conway; sister-in-
law, Judy (Bob) Lonergan; and
several nieces and nephews.
A Mass of Christian burial
will be celebrated at 11 a.m.
today in Our Lady Star of the
Sea Catholic Church with
Monsignor Daniel Logan as
celebrant. Inurnment will be in
Our Lady Star of the Sea
Columbarium. In lied of flow-
ers, the family requests dona-
tions be made to Community
Hospice of NE Florida or to the
Ronald McDonald Hose of
Jacksonville. Services under the
direction of Quinn-Shalz.
Funeral Home & Cremation
Centre in Jacksonville Beach.



,rumley'
Crumley; children ,Tierye
Crumley .Jr., Ratril William
Crumley, Nathsha' Ann
Crumley and Lakiya Alonica
Crumley; brothers Mychi
Crumley, Autone Crumley and,
Kohemia Crumley; sisters
Celeska Floyd and Venus
McRoy; grandchildren Spencer,
Dominic and Julia and many
other relatives and friends.


Harry Wright Neinstedt, 81,
died June 14, 2006. He was
born Dec. 17, 1924 in
Philadelphia and moved to
Ponte Vedra Beach in 1994. He
worked for General Electric,
was the President of Singer
Credit Corp., and retired as
President and CEO of Pitney
Bowes Credit Corp. He was a
veteran of WWII and an Elder
of Palms Presbyterian Church.
Family members include his
wife of 55 years, Dorothea;
sons Harry W. Neinstedt Jr. and
Kurt R. (Melissa) Neinstedt,
both of New Jersey; daughter
Tina E. Sweet of South


Carolina; sister Christine
Sundmacher of Pennsylvania;
and grandchildren Kathy, Erik,
Steven, Christopher, KC and
Kaitlin. Memorial Services will
be held at 2 p.m. today in the
Palms Presbyterian Church
with the Reverends Dr. Torn
Walker and Andrew Kukla offi-
ciating. In lieu of flowers,
memorial contributions may
be made to Palms Presbyterian
Church or the American
Cancer Society. Services under
the direction and care of
Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home &
Cremation Centre, 3600 Third
.St. S., Jacksonville Beach, FL.


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survived by his
mother and'.step- I,
father, Peggy and '
Alan Ceballos; his Fishe
father and step- er
mother, Michael and Mary
Ann Fisher; grandparents
Gordon and Nell Edwards and
grandmother Minnie Altman;
aunts and uncles Randy and
Trish, Gary and. Deanna and
Brenda; cousins Kristi, Brad,
David, Chris, Trail, Adam and
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prior to. the funeral service at
the Hardage-Giddens Funeral
Home, 1701. Beach Blvd.,
Jacksonville Beach.


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Joseph William Rogers died
opnune 1'9,'2006. He was a 30-
year .resident of Ponte Vedra
Beti.'and was.a' member of
the Sawgrass Beach Club
PavilionxChUrch. He was a dec-
orated soldier., that served in
the., U.S Army), during the
Korean Conflict as both a para-
trooper and an Airborne
Ranger. 'Fainily rhembers
include his' wife of 30 years,
Judy; his daughter, Tracy Jane
Rogers; grandchildren Victoria
and Gillian; brothers Bill
Rogers, David Rogers and John
Canning; and sister Gloria
Dronan. Joseph ,was. prede-
ceased by his.parents, William
Loran arid Margaret! Kathryn


James Henry Rollins Jr., died
on Jurin 8, 2006. He was born
in Hendersonville, N.C. on
April 2, 1913. He was the son.
of the late James Henry Rollins
Sr., and Mattie Lane Rollins.
He married Ethel Marie Bridier
on Maich 2,1936,and they" had
three children, Ethel R. Battell
(Charles), Jamhes Henry Rollins
Ill (.JIdy)- and Beverly Ann
Oliver (John): He' is proceeded
in death'bv His wife of 64 years,
Ethel" Rollihs; "his grandson,
Charlie Battell; his great-grand-
son, Shane Oliver; his brother,
Alec Rollins and his nephew,
Ray Rollins. He graduated from
Landon IWc'ho6lrin 1932
Aia'f6r maflyyars work'edas a
aircraft 'machinist' for NAS


Anne. Ashwood Vida, 60,
died June 17, 2006 in Baptist
Medical Center Beaches. She
was born March 28, 1946 in
Glasgow, Scotland and moved
to the JacksonvilHe area. in
1966. Vida worked for the Sea
Turtle. Inn in' Atlantic Beach.
Family members include
Charles, her husband of 40
years,, several cousins, nieces
and nephews and one aunt. A
visitation will be held fromni 6
p.m. to 8 p.m; 'tonight at
Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home. In
lieu of. flowers, memorial con-
tributions may be made to the


Rogers; his brother, Steve
Rogers; and his sisters, Marie
Farhart and Mary Catherine
White. The family will gather
with friends from 5 p.m. to 7
p.m., Friday, June 23 at Quinn-'
Shalz Funeral Home, with a
rosary at 7 p.m. Services will be
held on Saturday, June 24 at 10
a.m. at the Sawgrass Beatch
Club Pavilion. In 'lieu of flow-
ers, donations may be made to
Community Hospice of NE
Florida, 4266. Sunbeam Rd.
Jacksonville, FL, 32257.
Services under the direction
and care of Quinn-Shalz
Funeral Home, 3600 Third St.
S., Jacksonville Beach, FL.


Jacksonville. He ,, .
also worked for',
the State .of '; "',
Florida Dept. of .' 3
Health and was a
real estate broker.
Besides his chil- A tA
dren, he is sur- Rollins,
vived by .eight
grandchildren, and 14' great-
grandchil'dren. Services' were
held at. Naugle Funeral Home,
1203 Hendricks Avenue on
June 13. Interment followed at
Oaklaw n Cemetery. In lieu of
flowers, memorials may be
made to' Community Hospice
of NE Florida, 4266 Sunbeam
Road, Suite 101, Jacksonville,
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Suzanne'Bradley, left, of the Florida-Georgia Blood Alliance's donation center at Jacksonville Beach with blood recipient Joseph.
Cail, 10, and his mother, Diana. The Cails attend Beaches Chapel in Neptune Beach.

'Perfect strangers' make de posits to



boy's Beaches blood ban account


by JOHNNY WOODHOUSE
ASSOCIATEE EDITOR
-.
.Dianra Call .can't give
blood. Her platelet cotint is
too high.
Her son,'Joseph, 10, needs
platelets and blood transfu-
sions to battle aplastic ane-
mia,.a rare blood disorder he
was diagnosed with earlier
this year.
The dilemma is a mother's
worst nightmare.
"It made me feel so help-
less," said Dianna Cail, a for-
mer Atlantic Beach resident
who attends Beaches Chapel
in Neptune Beach.
"My platelets being the
way the. are, I can't donate.
This made me aware of what
a big deal it is to .donate
blood."
Joseph Cail, a rising fifth
grader at Chets Creek,


Elementary, is getting all the
blood products he needs -
and then some -7 thanks to
friends and' others who
donate blood at the Florida-
Georgia Blood Alliance cen-'
ter in Jacksonville Beach.
Cail has an account set up
in his. name at the blood
bank across from Fletcher
Middle School.
Donors can either roll' up'
their arms and donate a pint
of red blood cells, or take an'
hour or two to donate
platelets, plasma and whole
blood through a process
known as apheresis.
A friend of the Cails who,
donates blood at the Beaches
center told. Dianna to set up
the account for Joseph.
"It took one. phone call,"
'said Dianna, who along with
Joseph visited the center
Saturday to meet, and


thank Suzanne Bradley
and Berhice Kinzey, who
work there.
Bradley has a sticky note
,on her computer to remind
her to tell donors about
Joseph's account. Most blood
donors- hae a predetermined
account Mat they donate to,
such as a church.
But if there is an urgent
need, such as Joseph's,
Bradley will pop the ques-
tion, and donors can make
up their minds before rolling
up their 9'eves.
"No one will donate t.o that
fund unless you tell them to,
or unless the Calls ask them
to," said 'Bradley, a 10-gal-
loon.bloo,d donor who serves
as the center's receptionist.
"What kind of needles do
you guys use," Joseph asked
Bradley and Kinzey Saturday
at the center off 3rd Street


North.
"I use an IV. rIdon't use the-
.butterfly needle..,'.:
Although only 10, Joseph.,
Cail is wise beyond his years
when it comes to under-
standing his own blood' ail-
ment., -
He recently attended Camp
Boggy Creek in Eustis, where
he met other children with
aplastic anemia "" and
leukemia. The NXake A Wish
Foundation gralied him sea-
son tickets to florida' State
.University football games
and a meeting with head
coach Bobby Bowden.
Dianna Call said her son is
"taking it all in, stride," even
though he missqf more than
30 days of school last spring
and had to makeup the FCAT. -
"I feel like we've been very

See BLOOD,.A-10


In August, 1990, Money
magazine ranked
Gainesville, Fla., No. 13 on
its annual list of the 100
Best Places to Live in the
U.S., .
That'designation was
short-lived.
Later that month, Danny
Rolling, ai drifter who had
spent time in three south-
ern prisons, viciously mur-
dered five Gainesville col-
lege students, including one,
from Jacksonville.
The horrific crimes caused
a mass exodus on the
University of Florida cam-
pus.
"Gainesville was like a
ghost town after the mur-
ders," forensics expert Steve
Platt recalled last week dur--
ing a presentation at the
Jacksonville Beach Police
Department.
"Danny was a chameleon.
... He was very familiar
with Ted. Bundv. .... He tor-
tured his victims."
Platt should know. He
spent 18 intense months
processing the Gainesville
crime scenes for the Florida
Department of Law
Enforcement's Jacksonville
crime lab.
The part-time Ponte
Vedra Beach resident shared
Shis' knowledge of the
Rolling investigation during,
the Juneil3 meeting of the
Citizens Police Academy
Alumni Association.
Platt has spent more than
30 years with the FDLE. He
is chief of forensics at the
FDLE's Jacksonville Regional
Operations Center, one of
the-state's-even caime.labln.
STie FDLE is charged with
investigating the most com-
plex crimes in Florida. The
Gainesville student murders
tested the competency of
almost every' crime lab "dis-
cipline," from fingerprint
identification, serology and
microanalysis, down to
toolmark identification.
Platt said the crime lab
tied toolmarks -left at all
three murder scenes to
Rolling, who used the same
screwdriver at each break-
in.
Platt once served a search
warrant on Rolling to col-
lect DNA and handwriting
samples. Rolling fled
Gainesville after his killing
spree and eventually was
apprehended in Ocala on
an unrelated charge.
Rolling used a stolen
identify when he came to
Florida in 1990, passing
himself off as Michael .
Joseph Kennedy, a decorat-


JOHNNY
WOODHOUSE
ASSOCIATE EDITOR


ed paratrooper from Fort
Lauderdale who died during
the Vietnam War.
In reality, Rolling, a *
Louisiana native, had been
dismissed from the Air
Force in June 1971 for using
drugs.
Platt said Rolling was
using the Kefnedy alias in
Sarasota when he boarded a
. bus for Gainesville in
August 1990 to fulfill a per-
verse fantasy that would
eventually involve the
deaths of four co-eds and
one male student.
Platt believes Rolling
wanted to one-up Bundy,
who murdered two sorority
sisters on the Florida State
University campus in 1978.
The murder weapon used
in all the crimes, a military-
issue K-bar knife with an 8-
inch blade, was purchased
by Rolling in Tallahassee. It
also was never recovered by
investigators.
When Rolling, wearifig a
ski mask and gloves,
ambushed his final victim,
Tia.y Paulesi as-her-m'ale--
roommate, Manny Taboada,
lay dying nearby, Platt said
Paules' last words to the
killer were "Are you the
one?"
Rolling plead guilty to the
murders in 1994 and was
sentenced to death. Now
51, he awaits execution at
Florida State Prison in .
Starke, having exhausted
almost all of his appeals.
DNA testing in 1990
moved at a glacial pace, tak-
ing weeks and sometimes
months to process. Today, a
DNA profile can be worked
* up in 36 hours "in a priori-
ty situation," said Platt, a
Florida native who attended
Gainesville High.
"We worked 18 to 20-
hour days during the inves-
tigation," he added.
"It was the first homicide
task force of its kind in the
.U.S. We had 7,000 leads the
'first month. Danny Rolling
was blood sample No. 96."


Culinary camps for 4-H youth


by KATHY NICOLETTI
COLUMNIST
S summer vacation is an
ideal time to foster a
child's interest in cook-
ing.
Most children have fun
and take pride in preparing
something delicious in the
kitchen if given the opportu-
nity and help with age-
appropriate skills.
Even a short amount of
time spent making simple
items like sandwiches or
doing small tasks to help
with a meal can give a child
a sense accomplishment.
The time spent cooking
gives children a unique
opportunity, to learn lifelong
skills that can contribute to
good health and well-being.
What better way for them
to become aware of good
nutrition and meal planning
than to be part of the cook-
ing effort at home.
Lastly, the time spent with
a child in the kitchen pro-
vide benefits that far outlast
the food that has been pre-
pared. Sharing the experi-
ence of cooking provides
adults and children with an,
enjoyable family activity


that can be adapted to most
any schedule and skill level.
Duska Dorschel, family
and consumer sciences agent
with the Duval County's
Cooperative Extension's
Duval County Office, and
personal chef Christina
Phipps of Culinary Comforts
by Christina, have con-
tributed ideas and recipes to
this week's column that
might be helpful to young
aspiring cooks and their
families.
Dorschel and co-worker
Tamer Britton teach 4-H
Culinary Camps for students
ages 12 to 18 years old at the
cooperative extension office
in Jacksonville.
There, campers learn
basics such as kitchen safety,
cooking terms, table setting,
nutrition, and mealtime
manners. They also have ,
plenty of opportunity to
learn hands-on cooking and


baking techniques.
Volunteer master food
, and nutrition educators,
'trained at the extension
office, work with pairs of
campers to provide plen-ty
of assistance as the campers
bake pies, cakes, cookies,
and bread, make omelets
and French toast, slice and
chop for salads, prepare
casseroles.
Every year the Culinary
Camp is so popular that'
there is a waiting list weeks
before the June camps.
However, families can use
some of the lessons and
recipes taught at the camp
to make cooking fun and
successful for their children.
The following 10 safety
tips from the tamp can be a
helpful starting point for
young home cooks.
If you have long hair, tie it
back'.
Wash hands thoroughly.
Clean the food prepara-
tion area with a clean, damp
sponge or cloth.
Read the recipe and make
sure you have all the food
and equiient you need.
Put the ingredients and
equipment you will need on:
the counter.


,. Measure the ingredients
carefully and'follow all. steps
in order. .
Clean up as you cook.'
Put away ingredients when
you are finished with them.
Turn off the range and
burners when you are fin-
ished.
Wash all dishes and con-
tainers with hot soapy water.
Do not put sharp knives in
the dishwasher. Wash sharp
knives separately,' it's easy to
grab sharp edges.
Timesaving tips from the
camp might be useful for
families working together in'
the kitchen.
1. Plan ahead. Read the
entire Pecipe, make sure that
you understand each
instruction, and plan each
step before you begin.
2. Get organized. Assemble
all the necessary ingredients
and equipment.
3. Share the work. Divide
the tasks among family
members and help others
when your job is done.
4. Dovetail tasks. When
possible overlap the jobs you
are doing. For example, pre-
See'ECIPES, A- .
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Pholo by KATHY NICOLETTI
Master Food and Nutrition Educator and Jacksonville Beach
resident Chere Fleming.with campers Joy Glicko and Victoria
Johnson.


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Weddilngs.


Katherine and Nathan Philgreen

Philgreen-Roberts


Kimberly and Kevin Marasco


Marasco-Gorman


Kimberlyv Jill Gorman of
Ponte Vedra Beach and Kevin
Michael Marasco of
Jacksonville Beach were mar-
ried Saturday, June 10, at The
Lodge and Club at Ponte Vedra
with Pastor Tom Bery presid-
ing.
The bride is the daughter of
Stephen Gorman of Palm
Beach and Susan Gorman of
Ponte Vedra Beach. She is
attending the Liniversity of
North Florida and is employed
by Merrill Lynch.
The groom is the son of
James and Nonie Marasco of
Neptune Beach. He is a gradu-


ate of the University of North
Florida. He is vice president of
marketing at Vurv
Technologies.
Melissa Manley, Robin
Howton, Lyndsav Holmes,
Christina Holder, Kim Schultz,
and Mieghan Mayes were the
bride's attendants.
Chris Marasco, Joe Howton,
Tom Gorman, Scott Holmes,
Dave Buchanan, C.J. Ilano and
Kevin Mercer were grooms-
men.
After a honeymoon to Caba
San Lucas, Mexico, the couple
will reside in Jacksonville
Beach.
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Katherine Roberts and
Nathan Philgreen, both of
Columbia, S.C., were married
Saturday, June 3, at the Casa
Marina Hotel in Jacksonville
Beach with Dr. Rod Lewis pre-
siding.
The bride is the daughter of
Warren and Mary Roberts of
Neptune Beach. She is a gradu-
ate of Columbia International
University and is employed by
Sticky Fingers restaurants.
The groom is the son of Dan
and Esther Philgreen of


Stephanie Piland and Jim
Jordon, both of Jacksonville,
have announced their engage-
ment to be married.
The bride-elect is the daugh-
ter of Rueben and Judy Piland
of Jacksonville. She is a regis-
tered nurse at Shands
Jacksonville.
The groom-elect is the son of
Frank and Carol Jordon of
Jacksonville. He is employed
with Technology Architect at
FS.\
The couple plan to wed at 4
p.m., Nov. 18, 2006, at
Oceanside Christian Church


Columbia, S.C. He will gradu-
ate in December from the
University of South Carolina's
pre-dentisty program.
Liz McTwigan, Elizabeth
Hopkins, Stacey Philgreen, and
Laura Brower were the bride's
attendants. Mike Soltys, Mark
Mahaffey, Shannon Diller and
Warren Roberts Jr. were
groomsmen.
After a honeymoon to
Satellite Beach, the couple will
reside in Columbia, S.C.


H-O "m4-Xt l "AI.. -& J
Stephanie Piland and Jim
Jordon


Codi Adams and Ryan Blane
Boyd, both of Jacksonville,
were married Saturday, April
15, 2006, in Las Vegas.
The bride is the daughter of


Marie and Nelson Sieber of
Atlantic Beach celebrated their
60th wedding anniversary on
June 15 with a trip to Alaska.
The couple were married on
June 15, 1946, in Milwaukee,
Wisc. She is the former Marie
Gearhard of Shorewood, \Visc.,
and is the mother of seven chil-
dren.
He is from Shorewood, Wisc.,
and received the Purple Heart
in World War II.
Their children are James
Sieber, Marie Reichelt,
Christine Sieber, Glenn Sieber,
Peggy Muell'er,, Cynthia
DraKulik and Sandra Glasford.
The couple have 14 grandchil-
dren and seven great-grand-
children.


Archv and Linda Adams. The
groom is the son of Lisa
Abbadan and Paul Boyd.
The couple reside in
Jacksonville.


The Siebers


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Meredith and Joseph Waddill Jr.


Waddill-Andrews


Meredith Yeager Andrews of
* Jacksonmille Beach and Joseph
E. Waddill Jr. of Neptune Beach
were married June 2 in
Neptune Beach. David Wolf
performed the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of
Julia Yeager and the late Floyd
Yeager of Atlantic Beach. She is
a graduate of Fletcher High
School and received 'a master's
degree in education from the,
University of North Florida.
She is employed by the Duval


County school system.
The groom is the the son of
Joanne and Joseph Waddill Sr.
of Neptune Beach. He is a grad-
uate of Fletcher High School
and the University of North
Florida. He is employed by
Coca-Cola Enterprises.
Jodi Yeager was the bride's
attendant and Joseph E.
Waddill Dr. was a groomsman.
After a honeymoon to,
Alaska, the couple will reside iri
Jacksonville Beach.


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Blood:
Cont. from A-8
fortunate," she said Saturday
as Joseph shook hands with a V
pair of platelet donors at the
center, which is open six days
a week.
"He's responding well to the
treatments. From the begin-
ning, so many people wanted
to help, even perfect
strangers."
"That's how I got involved
in donating," said Bradley,
who recently lost her husband
to ALS, or Lou Gehrig's
Disease.
"My friend had leukemia, so
I donated a pint of blood at a
health fair at Fletcher High
School. When this center
opened, Bernice. said I should
donate platelets. When I saw
an ad for a job here, I told her
I wanted it."
When Joseph attended
Camp Boggy Creek for a week, -
Dianna couldn't visit him or
even call him on the phone. Joseph Cail; 10, with Suzanne I
It was another "helpless" Blood Alliance center in Jacksol
feeling for a single mother,
but she said she got through it lar life-threatening illnesses.
knowing her son was bonding "Everyone .there had *a port
with other children 'ith, simli-'. ora 'scarwhere they,: took the


pnoto b9 JOHNNY WOODHOUSE
Bradley of the Florida-Georgia
nville Beach.
port out," added Joseph.
S,"The scar Is forever.


' PEOPLE &'. PLACES


Edith Kavanaugh of
Jacksonville Beach was award-
ed a doctor of pharmacy
degree May 6 from Mercer
University School of
Pharmacy in Mercer, Ga.,
Kavanaugh, the daughter of
Bill and Sandy Kavanaugh of
Jacksonville Beach,'previously
attended the University of'
Georgia.
,',
Air Force Airman Genile M.'.
Mergard 'has graduated from
basic military training at
Lackland. Air Force.Base, San
Antonio, Texas..
During the six weeks. of
training, the airman studied
the' Air Force' mission, 'organi-
zation, and military customs
and .courtesies; performed.
drill and ceremony marches,.
and received physical train-
ing, rifle marksmanship, field
training exercises, and special
training in human relations.
In addition, airmen .,who
complete, basic training, earn;-
credits toward an associate
degree -thro.igh the,
Comjnunity College of- the


Airman Genie Mergard

Air Force. .
Mergard earned distinction
as an honor-'graduate.
SheL is the daughter of Mark
Mergard of Leonardtown,
Md.,, and Anne Barefoot of.
Neptune Beach.
She is a 2003 graduate of
Fletcher High. School..
.Megyn Greider, has been
designated a HQPE (Helping.
Others through, Pro Bono
Efforts)' .Fellow and Equal
-, ,


Justice Summer Corps -mem-
ber 'by the, University of
Miami Law School.
.Sh will be representing
chi 4ren who are aging out of
,the Florida Foster Care
Program. She is serving a
summer, internship with the
National Center for Lesbian
Rights in St. Petersburg.
She is the daughter of Dr.
Jack Greider of Atlantic Beach
and Alyce Greider Decker of
Pbnte ,Vedra Beach, and the
granddaughter of Mrs. James.
J. Humes of Ponte Vedra.
Katherine Lorraine
McDonald of Jacksonville
Beach received a"bachelor of
arts degree in 'women's, stud-
ies May.21 from Hollins (Va.)
.University.
She graduated summa cumn
laude and was nriamed an
honor student for' the 2006
spring semester. '
She is a graduate of Fletcher
High School and is the daugh-
ter .of David arid Ronda
McDonald of Jacksonville
'Beach. "
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Recipes: St

Cont. from A-8
pare the salad while the pasta
cooks.
5. Clean as you go. Keep
the counters wiped clean,
and soak dirty dishes in a
sink filled with hot water.
Personal Chef Christina
Phipps also suggested several
recipes that might have spe-
cial appeal for young cooks.
In addition to her popular
Supper Clubs and personal
chef services through
Culinary Comforts by
Christina, Phipps offers a
Kid,s Klub program with.
interesting ideas for young
cooks.
The detailed directions in
the recipes she suggested pro-
vide a little extra help that
can contribute to a young
cook's success.
Several of the recipes start
with ice cream for easy and
fun party or summertime
desserts. Phipps has also
, included recipes for an easy
fruit'dip, a roll-up sandwich,
and cheese balls. Each of
these recipes cari be easily
adapted to suit a child,s pref-
erences by substituting other
ingredients.
Phipps also suggests check-
ing on the internet for useful
information about cooking
for kids from-websites such as
www.mealtime.org.
Apple Pie (4-H
Culinary Camp)
Pastry for a 9-inch Two
Crust Pie
3 cups flour
one and one-half tsp. salt
1 T sugar -
one-half tsp. baking'pow-'
der
one and one-quarter cups
butter-flavored shortening
1 egg' beaten
1 T vinegar
5 T ice water
margarine
Measure flour, salt, sugar
and baking powder into a
bowl. .. ,,
Cut in shortening thor-
oughly with pastry blender.
Add' beaten egg.
Sprinkle in water and
vinegar, 1 T at a time, mix-
ing until all flour is mois-
tened and dough almost
cleans side of bowl. .
Gather doughinto a ball,,
wrap in plasticwrap, and
refrigerate for .15 minutes
while you are preparing


rawberry-Mango salad


p1nIO SUDbmin'e
Cooperative Extension Agent Duska Dorschel demonstrates
food preparation techniques to campers at the 4-H Culinary
Camp.


apple filling.
5. Divide dough in half
and shape into two flat-
tened rounds. Shape into
flattened round,on lightly
floured cloth-covered board.
With a floured rolling pin,
roll dough 2 inches larger
that inverted pie pan. Fold
pastry into quarters; unfold
and ease into pan.
Apple Pie Filling
three-quarters cup sugar
one-quarter cup all-pur-
pose flour
one-half tsp. nutmeg
one-half tsp. cinnamon
dash salt
6 cups thinly sliced pared
tart apples
2 T butter or margarine
Prepare pastry
Heat oven to 425 degrees.
In a bowl, stir together
sugar, flour, nutmeg, cinha-
mon and salt. Mix with'
apples..
Turn into pastry lined pie
pan; dot with butter.
Cover with top crust,
which has slits cut in it;
seal and flute.
Bake 40-50 minutes or
until crust is brown and
juice begins to bubble
through slits in crust.
Strawberry-Mango
Gourmet.Green Salad
(4-H Culinary Camp)
three-quarters cup canola
or vegetable oil
one-half cup sugar
one-third cup balsamic


vinegar
1 tsp. salt
8 cups gourmet salad
greens
8 oz. fresh strawberries,
quartered
1 large mango, cubed
1 cup sweetened dried
cranberries
1 medium thinly sliced
onion
1 cup slivered almonds,
toasted
Whisk together first four
ingredients in a small bowl;
set aside.
Combine greens and next
four ingredients in a large
bowl, tossing gently.
Add desired amount of
dressing, and toss gently to
coat. Sprinkle with
almonds. ,
Yield: 6 to 8 servings.
Fruit Dip (from
Christina Phipps)
one large jar of marshmal-
low creme
16 oz cream cheese
Blend both at room tem-
perature. Seal in a bowl or
container. Can be kept in the
refrigerator for up to one
week. Great with all fruits but
especially strawberries and
apple wedges.
To learn more about the
University .of Florida
Cooperative Extension Office
in Duval County call 387-
885. For informatin-: about
Culinary Comforts by
Christina, ,call 631-8173.


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Beach volleyball struggles to fill two-day events


By CHUCK ADAMS
SPORTS I WRITERR
For the second time this sea-
son, lack of interest in playing
on Sunday resulted in cancella-
tion of the second day of com-
petition at a Jacksonville Beach
Volleyball tournament.
While last Saturday's Ocean
Waves Summer Blast saw the
best turnout of the season -
almost 50 teams in men's and
women's open AA and A divi-
sions only two people signed
up for Sunday play.
That mirrors what happened
in the season's first event,
April's Smoothie King tourna-
ment on the beachfront just
south of the Jacksonville Beach
Pier. That- event, too, suffered
from a lack of second-day par-


Local schools fall in Sunshine Cup


FROM STAFF


It was a slightly off year for
sports at Nease High in Class 4A
but Fletcher sports were down
significantly after moving up to
6A, as reflected by the recently
announced 2005-2006 Dodge
Sunshine Cup FHSAA Floyd E.
Lay All-Sports Awards.
Nease, which finished third
and fourth each year from 2002
through 2005, placed 12th
among 112 4A high schools,
largely due to the performance
of the Panthers' girls teams.
Fletcher, which finished
40th, 31st, 28th and 55th over
the same span in Class 5A,
plummeted to 101st among
113 Class 6A schools last year.
In the Sunshine Cup, named
for commissioner-emeritus
Floyd E. Lay, who led the
FHSAA from 1963 through
1980, points are awarded to
schools based on their finishes
in Florida High School Athletic
Association state series compe-


titions.
A total of 636 high schools
comprise Florida's six classifica-
tions. The top 32 places in each
class receive points, with 50
being given for a first-place fin-
ish.
Bishop Kenny led the final
Class 4A overall standings with
457 points, 51.5 ahead of sec-
ond-place Orlando Bishop
Moore.
Kenny was the only Jackson-
ville-area 4A school ahead of
Nease as the Panthers totaled
216.3 points to finish 4.2
points behind 11th-place
Monsignor Pace of Miami and
1.8 points ahead of No. 13
Bartow. The next 4A area
school on the overall list was St.
Augustine, 20th with 174
points.
The Nease girls finished sev-
enth in the final Class 4A
standings with" 153.5 points,
bolstered by their third state
soccer title in five years. The
Nease boys, with their first-ever


football championship, Were
43rd overall with 62.8 points.
Bishop Kenny led the 4A
girls standings with 212.5
points, Tampa Jesuit topped
the boys with 317.
Fletcher's girls teams con-
tributed no points to the boys'
total of 26.5, which placed the
male Senators 88th in 6A. The
girls were in a 15-way tie for
last place.
Among other Jacksonville-
area 6A high schools,
Mandarin was 70th, Sandal-
wood 83rd and Orange Park
104th.
Winter Park led all 6A high
schools with 569.5 points;
Sarasota Riverview was runner-
up with 402.
Winter Park boys and girls
led their respective categories,
the boys with 293 points and
the girls with 276.5. Oviedo
was second among boys with
231 points, while Sarasota
Riverview was runner-up
among girls with 268.


ticipation.
Tournament
Miller says
he's baffled
about waning
interest in
Sunday play.
"I'm very
frustrated with
Sunday not
working," Mil-
ler said after
getting such a
weak response
the weekend
competition.
Miller was
seeking to
entice players
into partici-
pating with a
"Mad Hatters"
format for the


director Jay


We are trying
thing to make
work. Our next i
try a fou
recreational
division. We n
[that] in July.


Jay Mil
Tournament D


second day of the Ocean Waves
Summer Blast tournament. Mad
Hatters involves drawing partic-
ipants' names out of a cap in an
effort to pair stronger players
with weaker players. The idea is
to help both partners improve
their beach volleyball skills.
"We are trying everything to
make Sunday work," Miller said


Sunday. "Our
next idea is to
try, along with
our regular co-
o every- ed, a four-per-
Sunday son recre-
Sunday national Sun-
dea is to day division.
We might try
r-person the four-per-
son and regu-
Sunday lar Sunday co-
night try ed in July."
The next
Jacksonville
Beach Volley-
ball Summer
Blast is sched-
ler uled for the
director weekend of
July 22-23.


"The August event for Sunday
is still going to be a King and
Queen of the Beach, which
always has a good turnout," said
Miller.
The JBV King and Queen of
the Beach will take place Aug.
19-20.
More information is available
at www.jacksonvillevolleyball-
club.com
The Ocean Waves Summer
Blast results were as follows:
*Men's Open: John Goings-
Kent Ammons defeated Scott
Perry-Noel Khirsukhani
*Women's Open: Gabi
Raposo-Cerina Pele (Daytona
Beach) beat Stefanie Lafata-
Edith Jaworski
*Men's AA: Brian Browning-
Eric Watkins (Orlando) topped
Terry Knight-Shann Brewington
*Women's AA: Jacki Hruby-
Tanya Rodela (St. Augustine)
defeated Debra Rogers-Mary
Libby (Palm Coast)
*Men's A: John Koopman-
Aaron Koopman ,(both Ponte
Vedra Beach) beat Ryan Rissman
O(ax Beach)-Sherrod Mosely.


Eight Beaches area golfers


seek to qualify for Publinx

By CHUCK ADAMS Hodgkin's disease in 2001, while in high school
STAFF WRITER at Bartram Trail, where he was class valedictori-
an in 2002.
Eight beaches residents attempted to qualify Farley intends to turn professional in the fall.
this week for the U.S. Amateur Public Links Phelan, a freshman member of last year's
championship, which will take place July 10-15 Nease golf team, qualified for state as an indi-
at Gold Mountain Golf Club in Bremerton, vidual in 2005 and shot 72 to finish sixth
Washington. among 54 players who played in the Class 2A
Qualifying took place Monday and Tuesday finals at Timuquana G&CC in Lake Mary.
at St. Johns Golf and Country Club in St. Also in the St. Johns G&CC field were Davis
Augustine. Lee of Palisades Park, N.J., Randy Senatore of
The winner of the 2006 U.S. Amateur Publinx Brooklyn, N.Y., and Donald Senatore of
earns a berth in the 2007 Masters. Rochester, Mich.
Among those who tried to get into the field The only Jacksonville-area qualifier was con-
for the Publinx championship were Ponte ducted by Rocky Staples, a member of the USGA
Vedra Beach residents Joseph Scott, Kevin Public Links championship committee and gen-
Phelan, Eddie Lively and Ravi Chandra. eral manager at Deerwood Country Club.
Also among the 78 players vying for two A total of 73 qualifiers will be held national-
spots and two alternate Publinx positions were ly, the first of which was played June 10 and the
Daniel Carraher and Matthew Smith of Atlantic last on June 27.
Beach, as well as Aaron Salars and Bradley Two other Florida qualifiers were held
"Haves" Farley of Jacksonville Beach. Monday and Tuesday, at Black Bear GC in iustis
Farley, the son of Jacksonville Beac-GobT-f and at The Cat at Emerald Hills in Hollyvood.
Club head pro "Boots" Farley, graduated from An earlier qualifier was played in the
Furman University earlier this year. He has been Sunshine State June 15-16 at Bloomingdale
given a clean bill of health after being hit by Golfer's Club in Valrico.
*


Brazell and Zapp jockey



for playing time at first


POOL HUSTLERS


By REX EDMONDSON
SPORTS COLLUINIST
One of the things Jackson-
ville Suns manager John
Shoemaker likes about this
year's team is its depth of talent
in the infield and outfield.
Seldom has a team on the lower
levels had so many choices of
whom to play and whom to
rest.
On the 2006 team, the Suns
have twvo first basemen both
good hitters and experi-
enced, also a rarity in the
minors. Craig
Brazell and A.I.
Zapp have both
made big contri- *
butions to the
early success of
Shoemaker's
team and
somee-
timnes it's
difficult
to say
which
player has
been
more n
impor-
tant.
"Both of
them have given us a lot of
help," team president Peter
Bragan, Jr. says. "We'd feel good
about either of them playing
first on a full-time basis. But if I
had to choose, I'd say that
Brazell has helped the most
with his bat and Zapp has been
better on defense at first, but
actually they're about the
same."
Brazell is 6'3", 210 pounds
while Zapp is 6'3", 190. Stand
them side-by-side, however,
and they could pass for twins as
far as physical appearance is
concerned. Both skipped the
college bit to get right into the
pros. Brazell turned 26 on May
10 and Zapp 28 last April 24.


Brazell began his pro baseball
career after being drafted by the
New York Nlets in the fifth
round in 1998. Zapp was select-
ed in the first round in 1996 by
the Atlanta Braves and hence to
the Gulf Coast League but mak-
ing his real debut with Macon
in the South Atlantic League.
Both players have been
around the minors enough
time to become real veterans of
the game. Another oddity is
that both bat left and throw
right, unusual for first base-
men. With respect to
facing right-handed
of left-handed pitch-
ing, Shoemaker can
take his pick.
The Suns have
been able to capi-
talize on
both play-
ers' abili-
ties by

t Brazell
as a desig-

ter when



course, that can be done only
when a DH is permitted.
"Preference?" Brazell just
shrugs and grins. "It doesn't
matter to me as long as i can
play. That's the main thing.
The toughest thing is sitting on
the bench and not playing."
Both Brazell and Zapp have
paid their dues. Zapp spent
2005 with the Cincinnati reds'
Triple A team in Louisville,
while Brazell was doing his
stuff with the Mets in the Major
Leagues or their Triple A affili-
ate as he had in part of the two
previous seasons.
Zapp showed his power best
in 2004 with Tacoma in the
Triple A Pacific Coast League.


There he hit 29 homers and
knocked in 101 runs.
Brazell spent eight years in
the Mets' system before escap-
ing to the Dodgers. He does
have one particularly memo-
rable day with the Mets the
day he clubbed his only home
run in 24 games.
Brazell had more during a
recent week with the Suns as
Jacksonville wrecked the
Montgomery Biscuits. As a
native of that city, friends and
family were on hand to cheer
him.
Brazell has that advantage
over Zapp, whose hometown is
Greenwood, Indiana where
none of his former teams have
played. Zapp was born in
Indianapolis home of fast cars
and the famed brickyard,
though he says he's only seen
the Indy 500 once or twice.
"I think I was about eight," he
said of his first race experience.
"I really didn't know. too much
about what was going on. I'm
really not a fan, although I do
like horse racing."
Both men say the same thing
about competing for the first
base job. "Just wat to play, no
matter where."
That's a good attitude for
young ballplayers struggling to
escape the minor leagues.
Both Craig Walter Brazell and
Andrew Joseph Zapp (he prefers
just the initials A.J., if you don't
mind) are personable young
men and as Shoemaker says,
make the Suns glad to have
them on the roster in their
good-spirited competition for
playing time.
Zapp's family lineage is
German, and good mis-western
American. Brazell's ancestry is
pure Southern a
Montgomery, Ala. kid who
attended Jeff Davis High. Can't
get much more Southern than
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Pride Computer Systems' owner, Peter Syracusa,
has over 18 years experience in the field. He
worked for 12 years for Electronic Data Systems
(EDS). During that time he was hardware services
manager for Xeiox Corporation in Rochester, NY,
First Fidelity Bank (now Wacho\ia), in Newark,
New Jersey and Bechtel Corporation in San
Francisco, CA. Peter left EDS to join Lucent
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work & security specialists supporting fortune 100 .:.
companies in the Philadelphia/New Jersey area. :.
He left Lucent Technologies in 2002 to start his
own company. ,. i '
Pride Computer Systems originally opened in
New Hope, PA in 2002. In the three years it was
owned by Peter, Pride Computer supported over
500 home users and 80 local businesses. The busi-
ness was sold to an employee and Peter packed up
his bags and moved into this area in January 2006.
"A lot of people can fix'your computer prob-
lerns," says Peter, "it's the customer service that's
important. That's what we do. We give you the,
care and service you need, deserve aiid expect."
You're having computer problems your net-
work is down, you system is' out of warranty and
yvotu want someone who's locally available to assist Peter Syracusa
you quickly. Who do you call? Pride Computer next to Bed, Ba
System s! : .. .. .. .
When the professionals at Pride Computer
Systems, Inc. in Jlacksonville Beach fix your computer, they never
try to sell you something you don't need and there is never any
pressure. "That's our motto," says owner Peter Syracusa.
And Pride Computer partners with you. "W\e take the time to
understand what you want your computer to do and then make
recommendations," said Peter. "And the decisions you make
regarding our services are important to us because we want you
to be a loyal customer and happily refer us as your choice for all
your computer-related needs," he adds.
Pride Computer is'aptly named because the staff "takes pride"
in offering personalized attention as well as top-notch computer
systems and accessories all at competitive prices.
"What we will give you, though, is good, sound advice because
we discuss your computing needs and requirements first and then
offer suggestions and options to address your situation," he said.
"What we are is a local business that takes the time to talk with
you and not to you so we can explain computer systems to you
in terms of what best fits your needs," says Peter. "What we're not
is a 1-800 number in another country with operators who speak
techno-babble."
Instead, Pride Computer is a friendly, local neighborhood busi-
ness conveniently located next door to the new Bed Bath and
Beyond store under construction in South Beach Regional shop-
ping center on South Third Street in Jacksonville Beach.
The "pride element" is evident in the many services Pride
Computer offers. "We support small-to-medium businesses,
home offices and home users," says Peter, "and we specialize in
cost-effective, plain-language solutions that are easy to use and
understand." .
According to Peter, small businesses, home office users and
home users are typically alone when it comes to computer serv-
ice. "Most big service companies would be cost prohibitive for
you to use if they even would help you," he eplalned. "Our
business supports you and your business, and in most cases we'll
g ur ctO W,;A1124 hours' ofess:. It's alsd
pbssi'ble we resolve so su '-ile.)'ou wait." .
Support comes in many forms. Pride Computer offers free con-
sultations and free estimates as well as provides one-year warran-
ty on all service. If you have an older system, and your warranty
has expired, in many cases, Pride Computer can offer an extend-
ed warranty for that system. -
If your current system is under warranty, but doesn't provide
the detailed support you need, Pride Computer may be able to
offer you an add-on to enhance your existing coverage.
Pride Computer Systems goes a step further in local service by
offenng in-home and in-office setup as well as in-home and in-
office support. They also design custom-built systems and use
brand-name industry standard parts just like the big manufactur-
ers do. Our custom systems are fully upgradeable too pop in a


in


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, owner of Pride Computer Systems, stands in front of their newest location
th and Bey6nd in South Beach Regional Plaza.


faster CPU and you're off and running. Much cheaper than bu'y-
ing another new system!
"We are full service, which means we offer a full range of serv-
ices including network consulting, network support, repairs and
upgrades, maintenance contracts, preventative maintenance,
home office solutions, parts sales, inventory systems, billing sys-
tems, Web hosting, domain name registration, back-to-school
desktops and laptops not to mention a full line of Microsoft
software including Microsoft Media Center Edition 2005," says
Peter. "We also do repairs and offer an in-home pickup and deliv-
ery service."
Pride Computer Systems can ensure your wireless network is
secure from unauthorized use. We can enhance your wireless net-
work to include printing and faxing tirelessly and increase your
network so you can sit by your pool and work too!
For hurricane preparedness we also offer a data backup service
and data transfer service.
Internet Security is extremely important. We offer security solu-
tions to keep you, your children and your data safe. We can also
limit internet access to ensure your kids stay focused on their
school work and home chores! We can ensure your kids don't
accidentally "stumble" upon "undesirable" websites and block
websites you don't want them on.
In addition, the store carries a variety of different retail mer-
chandise from thumb drives to fully loaded, larger-screen lap-
tops and desktops. "I believe that we are the least expensive local
computer store in the area that sells such a wide selection of com-
puters and computer peripherals," says Peter.
Pride Computers carries Acer products and is an Acer author-
ized reseller. "\Ve can get all Acer products within a few business
days and most overnight," he adds. "And for all you gamers
out there, we can build custom systems as well as laptops."
While no job is too small for Pride Computers' individual cus-
tomers, when it comes to business customers the firm specializes
in small-to-medium companies, with up to 50 employees.
"'Consider us yo.kr local, home-grown computer specialty store
Where each person is taken care of individually," says Peter.
"We're proud to be your local computer store, and we invite you
to stop in to meet us!"
Pride Computer Systems, Inc. is conveniently located in South
Beach Regional Plaza at 4006 S. Third 3rd St. in Jacksonville
Beach. Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9
a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. Evenings and Sunday's are by appoint-
ment. Our hours will increase to 7 p.m. Monday to Thursday
once Bed, Bath and Beyond is open. We accept MasterCard and
Visa.
For more information and to set up a new computer system or
update your existing system, call Peter at Pride Computer Systems
at 242-9522, fax 242-9521 or e-mail
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FISHING




Rough seas take a toll on the fishing scene


R ough seas took their toll
on any fishing outside
the rocks over the week-
end. Live shrimp have been
hard to find so dead shrimp,
mud minnows, pogies and
artificial were the baits of
choice for most of last week.
Congratulations to Larry
"Fishman" Finch and George
Atelevich for winning last
weeks' Extreme Redfish
Tournament, their second vic-
tory of the season. They took
first place honors for the
largest legal redfish at seven
pounds and heaviest aggregate.
Chip Wingo on his "Shallow
Minded" fished "with Don
Robertson and Kyle Alexander
last Wednesday and caught 26
redbass ranging in length from
24 to 31 inches and three
flounder to five pounds. All of
their fish were caught on mud
minnows-and jigs north of'
Atlantic Blvd. Bridge.
Capt. Kirk Waltz, with his
friend Chris Huff, used pogies
last Thursday along the rocks
to catch 22 redbass ranging in
length from 36 to 40 inches.


WIMPY SUTTON
FISHING LEADER


Adam Brown livened things
up on the Jacksonville Beach
Pier last Thursday afternoon
when he brought a 15-pound
kingfish over the rail.
As the water cleared more
on Friday and Saturday floun-
der, pompano, whiting and anr
occasional redbass were
caught. Phillip Cressman used
mud minnows to catch.floun-
der weighing up to four
pounds.
Capt. Dave Sipler reports
two good trips to the river
recently.'Last Friday, with his
guests Mike' and Gary Hunt,


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the catch included one 30-
inch redbass, a pair of speckled
trout, three flounder and sev-
eral mangroves.
Earlier in the week his party
iced down 10 flounder, 10
trout and two reds. All were
caught on float rigs.
Capt Bob Cosby, with Don
Padgett and his daughters
Emily and Ellie, brought home
four trout and three flounder
and had a ball with dozens of
ladvfish.
Last Monday morning James
Gergley and Matt Hamilton on
the "Head Hunter"
fished the creeks for 35 redbass
and a.trout. They had 20 reds
that were legal.
Bottom fishermen on the
"Mayport Princess" were greet-
ed with rough seas most of last
week but still managed coolers
filled with amberjack, snapper,
beeliners'and even several' dol-
phin'.
On the "King Neptune".
Thursday and Friday, the story
was'.much the same.
Amberjack to 30 pounds, snap-
per, several grouper, man-
groves, seabass, beeliners and a
20-pound. king had anglers
busy at the cleaning tables.
Capt. Dennis Young, with
the Willie Montgomery party
last Thursday fishing from the
"Sea Dancer," pulled up 13
snapper weighing between six
and..13 pounds.
Canal guide John Dyrssen,
with Karl Heidel, fished last
Thursday near the Butler
Bridge and caught six speckled
trout to three-pounds, two
flounder and a lot of bluefish
and laOyfish.
Jim Gillis, with his wife
Marcel, son Jamie.and his wife,
Mindy, on their "Megabite"
slow-trolled P.G. and P.M.
recently for four kings weigh-
ing up to 30 pounds.
Jetty guide. Fred Morrow
anchored the "Little Yvonne"
along the rocks last Thursday
with guests Rick O'Neil and his
.son, Cody. They caught 12
redbass to 33 inches and one
drum'.'
Good Fishing."

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Proloi subm.nod

ABOVE: Kyle Alexander, fishing
with Capt. Chip Wingo aboard the
"Shallowminded" fishing charter,
recently caught this seven-pound
redfish.
LEFT: Greg Sandifer (middle) of
Jacksonville is all smiles after
hauling in a 919-pound tuna at the
Hatteras/Bertram Shootout in the
Bahamas last month. With -
Sandifer are Captain Too Tall
Willie Humphries, left, and
Sandifer's father, Mike Sandifer. It
took Sandifer three hours and 45
.minutes to get the massive blue
fin tuna on board. The tournament
was catch-and-release but the fish
died by the time it was brought to
the surface so tournament spon-
sors made arrangements to'
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(904)859-6981.
NEPTUNE BEACH. FSBO. Pool Home,
3BR/1.5BA, 1400sf. 1-car garage, large
comer lol 4 Blocks to Ocean. 505 Bowles
St. $414,000. 333-1076, 246-7710.


NEW LISTING IN'PVBI
Dolphin Cove, PVB, 3BR/2BA, 'huge cor-
ner lot. all bnck, cul-de-sac. updated tile in
main living area Ready to go! $304,900
JOHNS CREEK ICW
3BR/3BAw/large bonus room, popular
floorplan w/formal living/ dining room, cov-
ered lanal; inground swim spa. Offered at
$339,500.
HIGHLAND GLEN
Beautiful "under construction" home in
gated community. 4 bedrooms plus bonus
room, large lot, 32car garage and much
more. Offered al $795,000.
SAN PABLO CREEK
3BR/2BA home in San Pablo Creek. Spa-
cious floor plan. fenced backyard and
backing on to pond. Offered at $253,900.
ST. ANDREWS PLACE ICW
3BR/3BA newly- constructed Mercedes
built home. Huge bonus room looll Land-
scaped yard and a great floor plan. Of-
lered atl 375.000
JACKSONVILLE BEACH'
Upgraded home on San Pablo Circle,
3BR/2BA home w/spacious master suite
Fenced back yard, large den, Immaculate-
ly maintained. Offered at $328,900.'
FULL SERVICE. BIG SAVINGS
THE EXPERTS NEXT DOOR
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BUYERS MARKET Coastal North Caroli-
na 95-100%a LTV Financing Call CCL Inc.
Realty 1800)682-9951.
BENT TREE Golf .and Tennis, Gated
Community in the North Georgia Moun-
lains with Clubhouse, Pools. Lake,
Stables Homes and Lots available. Craft,
Inc. (800)822-1966
www craftrealestate.com
ASHEVILLE, NC AREA HOMESITES 1 to
8 acre parcels from the $80's. Gated, riv-
erfront Just outside Hot Springs, NC.
Awesome owners clubhouse Nature
trails, river walk. Phase II Fail 2006. Pre-
view now. Call 1866)292-5762

COASTAL SOUTHEAST Georgia. Large
wooded water access marsh, view. lake-
iront, and goll oriented homesites from the
mid $70ks. Live oak. pool, tennis, golf.
t8771266-7376 www.cooperspoinl com.
KY LAKEFRONT Property I to 40+ acre
parcels from the $40s On Lake Barkley
near Land Between the Lakes. Lakefront,
view & wooded sites. Phase II open nowl
Call 1866)339-4966
GULF FRONT lots $595k. Homes starting
mid $300k New master planned ocean
Iront community on beautiful Mustang Is-
land, near Corpus Christi, TX. www.cinna-
monshore.com, 1866)891-5163. -
VA MOUNTAINS 5 acres with frontage on
very large pristine creek, very private, ex-
ceilent fishing, canoeing, gpod access,
near New River Trail State Park, $39,500.
Owner (866)789-8535 www.mountain-
sofVA com. "' -'-. '
BEAUTIFUL NORTH Carolina. Escape to
beaulllul Western NC Mountains. Free
color brochure & information mountain
propenies w/spectaculat 'views homes,
cabins, creeks, & investment- acreage.
Cherokee Mountain Realty GMAC Real
Estate. cnerokeemounlainrealry.com
(800)841-5868 t
CABIN'S, LAND, and much more lor sale
in the North Georgia :Mbuntains- Rghl at
your fingenips.
www.NorrinGeorgia4Salecomrn ,, North
Georgia's Internet Marketplace.
COOL WESTERN NC Mounlains- escape
Ine neai, hurricanes and high prices.
Homes, cabins, lots acreage, investments.
Prudential Great Smokys Realty, Down-
town Bryson City. Call (877)476-6597.
INVESTORS' RIVERSIDE area, 2BR/1BA
home w/garage. Concrete w/siucco. As is'
$89.9K appraised $135K. Call 655-3016.


, REDUCED TO $275,000 3BR/ 1.5/ den/
pool/ workshop. "As is" condition. 1619
Sunse Drive. Jax Bch. (904)223-3969.
MOVE IN READY, updated and relinished
3BR/2 5BA home in beautiful Independ-
ence Cove. Being close to the JTB,
beaches and shopping are added advan-
tages to rhis great home. Just Reauced.
904-563-1516.
ATLANTIC BEACH. FSBO. 3BR/2 5BA.
Appliances, upgrades, 2000sl, 2-story.
$489,000. 534-4417
WATERFRONT HOME on litle creek
w/access to deep water. 1 acre lot.
$434,900. 233-1505
FSBO, BEAUTIFUL patio home w/brearh
taking view' 2BR/2BA. 1500sf, Sawgrass,
PVB, low prices $277,500. 1904)371 -9088.
ATLANTIC BEACH Townhomes, com-
plelely renovated, new appliances, fix-
lures, lie, cabinets, etc. Convenient to
shopping, transportation and entertain-
Sment. 832 '-"846 CavallM'jd. $189,p0P
' :, a 563 ,6 .--. I ..|!


"JACKSONVILLE BEACH"
ENTIRE DUPLEX FOR SALE Each side
has 3BR's 2BA's Built in 1998. $590,000.
ATLANTIC BEACH
HIDDEN COVE- Lovely 4/2 v/ ig scr. pa-
tio, backs up to preserve, new file & car-
pet, exc. cond. $229,900.
PONTE VEDRA
BELLEZA AT PONTE VEDRA- 1/1 con-
do, lois of amenities. Currently leased
until Sept. 30th. $195,000.
FORT CAROLINE
BROOKWOOD FOREST- 1600SF, 3/2.5
Townhome w/ garage. Great deal for the
money'5,$177,900. Open House Saturday
6/10/06 12-3pm, 1107 Lee Rd.
ARLINGTON
ARLINGTON HILLS- Cute 3/2 w/ garage.
Great starter home in nice area. $149,900.
ICW
ASHLEY WOODS- Like new 4/2, over
2000sl, 3yrs old, $279,900. Open House
Saturday 6/10/06 12-3pm, 12220 Soar-
ing Flight Way. ..
HOME FINDER REALTY
241-5501 OR 221-1711
ATLANTIC BEACH 3BR/2BA ranch.
1.436sf w/12x15 sun room. 3 years old, 2-
car garage. $295,900. (904) 246-4468.
I C. WEST- Keman Forest. 2004 execu-
tive home, 5BR/4BA, 2-car, 2,650+s.f.
$409,500. Independent brokers 710-3111.
EAST OF AlAIl Just reduced for a quick
sale. 3BR/2.5BA w/garage. Large deck
w/Ocean view. Open House' Saturday,
1pm-4pm: $419,900. Call Alex from
Magnolia'Properties at 859-5356.
SAWGRASS PLAYERS Club, 3BR 2BA,
Ig scr. lanai, totally renovated incl. custom
cabinets, new appliances, tile floors. Gat-
ed community w/ pool $305,000.
537-4083. '


IMMACULATE 3/2, open great room plan
w/fireplace on wooded lot is move-in
ready. Upgraded tile throughout, large eat-
in, fully equipped kitchen with new stain-
less steel appliances, formal dining room,
sprinkler and secunty. This home Is load-'
ed! $305,000 Phyllis Stalnes, 475-SOLD,
RE/MAX Coastal Real Estate,
www pstaines.com
UPDATEb 4BR/2BA on .27 acres just
blocks to the beach Beautiful wood Iloors.
fireplace and woodburning stove, eat-in
kitchen, formal dining, spacious great
room, Inside laundry, screened porch,
deck w/hotl tub. Consideration may be giv-
en to lot sub-division $345,000 Phyllis
Staines, 476-SOLD. RE/MAX Coastal Re-
al Estate. www.pstaines.com
TIRED OF HURRICANES? Luxurious
custom home on 7 manicured acres, Clin-
ton, S.C., heated inground pool, 6 seat
spa. screened Carolina porch and way
more. A must seel $385,000. BII Wham
(864)993-6588.
A TRUE opportunity in Neptune BchI
Just 4 blocks from the ocean. Sold "as Is"
or fear down & use as a lot. $285,000.
Call MarK 591-6976.
PONTE VEDRA, FAIRFIELD. 2200sf,
3BR/2.5BA. Waterview. Tennis, pool.
Gated. $417,000. Motivated seller.
(904)910-7036.
SPACIOUS 4/2 bnck front on .21 acres
with room enough lor a pool. Fenced yard
with separate shed, open patio Is great for
entertaining, formal living and dining with
hardwood floors, eat-In kitchen, inside
laundry, sprinkler, water softener and ter-
mite bond. Reduced to $313,900. Please
contact Phyllis Staines with RE/MAX
Coastal Real Estate at 904-476-SOLD or
visit www.pstalnes.com
ATLANTIC BEACH, 3BR 2BA, 1 car ga-
rage. $180,000 Call 655-6168.
INVESTORS! S. Jax Beach, 3BR/2BA,
tenant occupied at $1350/mo. $285K.
655-3951.
FSBO. 415 16th Ave. South. Very well
kept 3BR/2BA, 1540sf, screened porch,
upstairs deck Must Seel $409,900. Call
246-8809 for appointment.
GREAT INVESTMENT opportunity
3BR/2BA home ,- duplex, 4' blocks to
ocean, $765.000. Call Kathy Tillakos Re-
altor, Vanguard Realty, (904)465-3053.


.OPEN HOUSE
Saturday & Sunday. 12pm-4pm 1202-
161n Ave North. Jax Beach, Beautiful ce-
ment block home. 3BR/2BA, 1550sf. New
plumbing, electric.and paint A Musl Seel
Asking $350,000. Call 904-246-9483.
ATL. BCH. FSBO, 3/2 townhouse, 2 story,
new roof, LR/ DR combo, eik, W/D.
$165 000 OBO. (9041610-5192.
PONTE VEDRA FSBO 3BR/2.5BA. 2-car
garage 1550sf, open Iloor plan, 42" Hick-
ory cabinets, granite counter lops, new
berber carpel, bamboo floors, $318,000,
463-0505.
ATLANTIC BEACH. Comer Plaza and
East Coast. Three. 50x130 planed lots
w/5 units Room for expansion
$2.590,000. Will co-op 338-4828.
PONTE VEDRA. 3BR/2BA, beautiful, re-
modeled townnome on lake. End unit.
$185.900 1904)424-0660.
PABLO BAY- 4,3/2. 2400SI. Immaculate,
2-slory $459.900. candlernomes.com.
327-0558.
FSBO IYR old 4/2. 2,000st, 2-car garage,
large lot, orl Girvin and Atlantic. $335,000.
813-1200.
AFFORDABLE JAX Beach, second floor,
marsnvlew condo is perfect for anyone
who wants to live at the beach bur not pay
beach prices! Move-in ready w/relngera-
bor, microwave, washer, dryer and ceiling
tans. Freshly painted Interior, security sys-
tem. screened lanai, and fireplace are just
some of the upgrades! Reduced to
$152.000. Phyllis Staines, 904-476-SOLD.
RE/MAX Coastal Real Estate.
www pstaines.com
ICW KENSINGTON. Reduced $238,900.
3BR/2BA, tile & wood flooring. 742-6230,
821-1168.
SAWGRASS PLAYERS CLUB. FSBO,.
5BR/3BA. 3200sl., water to golf views.
$799.000, will co-op. 1904)716-9236.
ICW/ BEACH Area, Beautiful home, 4i2/2,
great neighborhood. No money down and
no closing costs. $359,900 Call lor
details. Hallmark Realty Group, Inc.,
720-0045.
BRIGHTWATER, WATERFRONT Town-
home, 2BR/2.5BA, garage, screened la-
nai. $215,000. Kirk Killebrew.
1904)463-1131. www.killebrewrealty.com
S. JAX Beach, end unit lownhome,
2BR/1 5BA, only 2 1/2 blocks from beach,
Well maintained and move-in ready.
$344000 Call Roger @ Watson Really,
899-6441.


PVB, OCEAN Links, 1BR/1BA, vaulted
ceilings, top of the line A/C. $157,900. Re-
altor, 673-5545.
OCEAN LINKS. 2BR/2BA, 1-car garage.
Golf course & lake views. Updated, new
paint, now available. $235,000. 535-7234.
FSBO. CHARMING 3BR/2BA PVB home
Family room, Florida room w/air, harwood
floors, crown molding, skylights. Great
schools and morel Priced under
$300,000. 3 Drum Place. (904) 285-3014.
OCEAN GROVE PVB Reduced 10KI
2/2/plus. New Lake View. www.forsale-
byownercenter com/44054. $219K (727)
458-4230.


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NEW LISTING
JAX Beach, Ocean Cay, 3BR/2.5BA +loft,
2500sf, large fenced lot. Stainless steel
appliances, covered porch, .large 2 story
family room. Built in 2000. $544,900. Call
(904)234-9945. ,
FSBO. JAX Beach, Ocean Cay. 664
Bonaire Circle Approximately 2200sf
3BR/2 5BA. Hardwood, Granite. custom
built-ins $559.000, w/$5000 fiat lee to Re-
altors. 463-1197, 664-7432
PONTE VEDRA- Dolphin Cove. FSBO
4BR/2BA, 2-car garage, 1800. sq. HI. Inte-
rior & exterior completely renovated. All
new beautiful yard with sprinkler.
$394.900, 219-1276.
JACKSONVILLE BEACH Absolute best
dealt Built in 2000. This 2500st.,
4BR/2.5BA home is like new! 1136 24th St
N. Call 904-704-7966. $439,500.
IMMACULATE 312 w/formal living room
that can be office or fourth bedroom. Sluc-
co front and nardiboard siding, beautiful
landscaping and manicured lawn, fenced
yard w/room for a pool, formal dining
room. eai-in kitchen w/exira cabinets,
security and irrigaiion. Inside laundry
room, ions of shelving and storage and
community pool. Reduced to $285,000
Please contact Pnyllis, Starnes with
RE/MAX Coasial Real Estale at 904-476-
SOLD or visit www.pstaines cornm
SPECTACULAR
NEW TOWNHOMES
3BR/2.5BA, hardwood, tile, granite. 9' ceil-
ings, 3 blocks to beach. 566-7410, 838-
9943
PONTE VEDRA Beach. THE ISLANDS,
2BR/2BA, attached garage, new root,
comer lot. community pool, tennis.
REDUCEDI $240.000. Available immedi-
alely. (904)703-8380, (423)768-0384.
Help-U-Sell Coastal Realty
NEW LISTING S. JAX BEACH'
Key West style cottage, adorable with
huge great room, private backyard, great
for entertenaining, Low maintenance land-
scaping. Call today for details.
WINDSOR POINTE CONDO
Motivated seller 2BR/2BA, downstairs
unit, fireplace, wood floors, icar garage.
Offered at $154,900.
PONTE VEDRA BEACH
Dolphin Cove, PVB, 3BR/2BA, huge cor-
ner lot, all brick, cul-de-sac, updated lile in
main living area. Ready to go! $304,900.
JOHNS CREEK ICW
3BR/3BA w/large bonus room, popular
floorplan w/lormal living/ dining room, cov-
ered lanai, inground swim spa. Offered at
$339,500.
HIGHLAND GLEN
Beautiful -under construction" home in
gated community 4 bedrooms plus bonus
room, large lot, 3-car garage and much
more. Offered at $795,000.
SAN PABLO CREEK
3BR/2BA home in San Pablo Creek. Spa-
cious floor plan, fenced backyard and
backing on to pond. Offered at $258,900.
ST. ANDREWS PLACE ICW
3BR/3BA newly constructed Mercedes
built home. Huge bonus room loo! Land-
scaped yard and a great floor plan. Of-
lered at $375.000.
JACKSONVILLE BEACH
Upgraded home in San Paolo Circle,
3BR/2BA home w/spacious master suite.
Fenced back yard, large den. immaculate.
ly maintained Oftered al $328,900.
FULL SERVICE BIG SAVINGS
THE EXPERTS NEXT DOOR
Call: 904-241-4447
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ATLANTIC BEACH? 3BR/I1 5BA ,'lner-up-
per '-.'Huge 1/2 acre, lot- on cul-de-sac:.
$175k. 626-0663


LOWEST PRICE

in WALDEN CHASE

$286,900
3/2, oversized fenced yard,
lots of upgrades,
cherry cabinets, etc.
Open living space
FSBO
WILL CO-OP
904-662-7006


BEST BJV
EAST OF AIA IN
PONTE VEDRA!
3BR/2.5BA + office, oversized
fenced-in lot, pool, cathedral
ceilings,, granite counter-tops,
great floor plan.
Move-in condition.
58 Jefferson Avenue.
$589,000
Call (904) 318-7213 or
(904) 868-6558
Will co-op



KENSINGTON LAKES, $147,000.
2BR/1.5BA. stucco exterior, built in 1999;
(904)537-1143
OPEN HOUSE
SATURDAY, 11AM-1PM
JAX BEACH: Villas at Marsh Landing,
2BR/2BA w/garage, pnvare entry, beauti-
ful views of goll course.. Priced to sell
$209,605. Lighthouse Realty Asso., Mary
Kryzwick, Reallor. (904)347-4024.
2BR 1.5BA townhome. Across from pool.
near river. Newly remodeled, WDHU,
CH&A, alarm system. Close to downtown.
Boat slip avail. $135,000 firm. 571-1112.
FSBO. 1BR/1BA. Palm at Marsh Landing.
Perfect location. private marsh view. 846
sq. It. Newly renovated In 2004 Asking
only $152,000. 476-5280
JAX BCH new 3/2 w/ garage. $269,900
consider lease purchase. Owner/ agent
463-7343.
PVB, OCEAN LINKS. 1BR/1BA, vaulted
cellnings, updated kitchen and appliances.
Walk to beach. $174.900. Realtor.
673-5545.
JAX BEACH 2BR/2BA Condo wl/1-car ga-
rage, W/D, fully equipped kitchen, freshly
palnled. $245,000. Call Sean (904) 994-
4297.
PVB. 2BR/2BA wloversized 1-car garage.
Screened balcony overlooks wooded pre-
serve. Split bedrooms, breakfast bar, new
carpet. $224,000. Call Top Sell, First
Coast Real Estate. 885-1298.
PVB OCEAN GROVE 2/2/DIx
FSBO, Save S14K! New Lakeview, WI-Fl,
resort pool- spa, A1A location, must seal
$222K. NO condo fees- FREE closing
727-458-4230, Open Sat.- Sun.


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2 BLOCKS to ocean 2BR/2BA new con-
dos, $279,900, Owner/Agent. 463-7348.
OCEANVIEW
S. JAX Beach, Stunning 3-story condo.
Spacious 2BR/2.5BA $699,000.
(904)923-0985.

MAINTENANCE FREE BEACH LIVING.
FSBO, Neptune Beach Townnome.
3BR/2.5BA +garage. cul-de-sac, all appl-
ances, new AC/ plumbing/ carpet. comm..
pool. boat storage, bike or walk to beach/
Town Center, $267K. Call 655-2718.
PV BCH 2BR/ 2BA, $192,500. Grace Ellis,
All Pro Realty Specialists 655-7923 (cell).
JAX BEACH 2BR/2BA condo, rebuilt in
2002. Walk or bike to Seawalk Pavilion.
Balcony, reserved parking second floor,
storage unn EasI ol 3rd. $279.900. 11th
Ave. N (904)226-2038.
THE PALMS at Marsh Landing- 1,1 w/ ga-
rage. 1st floor, marsh view. $159,900.
Owner will co-op 2.5o Call Lidiya
(904)608-6562


1983 DOUBLEWIDE in Ponside.
3BR/2BA, W/D, Indge, stove. CH&A
$20,000. 1904)247-1995 or 249-4017.


1BR/1BA, SPACIOUS Atlantic Beach
apanment in quiet community $825/mo.
553-8634
JARDIN DE MAR- 3BR/2BA condo Con-
venient to beacon, shopping' Lease/ pur-
chase availabiel $1100/mo All Souln Re-
ally. 241-4141.
A B. TOWNHOME. 4.5 Blocks to Beach.
2BR/2BA. fireplace lacuzzi, lenced yard
$1175/mo. 182 Poinsettnia St. 241-3754.
ATLANTIC BEACH
Townhouse steps lo Town Center, clean
and new inside, private rear balcony, 2BR,
WDHU, great parking. $1050/mo
280-2805
NEP BCH, immaculate 3/25, 1600sf
townhome w/ 2 car gar. in beautiful Sum-
mer Sands at 1541 Summer Sands Dr.
Brand new exterior & A/C. Spacious interi-
or w/ wood floors, granite, stainless, &
much more. Avail. 7/1, $1495/mo.
477-2248

S. JAX BCH 2 & 3 BR
APTS
CH/A, WDHU. East of 1st St. $795-
$1195/mo. 4151 Tradewinds, 4 BR water
Iront $1500/mo. 241-7368, 733-3730.

1730 MAIN St., Atlantic Beach, 2BR/1BA,
washer hook-up A/C No pels. $495/mo.
S dep. 246-4098.
WATERFRONT RENTAL 2BR/2BA Town-
house 1 mile west of Maypon lerry,
Heckscher Drive $1195/mo. 733-3730,
241-RENT
S. JAX Bch. 1 block ocean, 3410 S 1sl.
2BR 1BA duplex, wood floors, CHiA. W/D.
carport. $1300/mo. 525-3188.
LARGE 1 bedroom. Excellent location. 2
blocks to ocean Very clean. No Pets.
$675/mo 642-1214 and 241-1219.
JAX BCH, OCEANVIEW
2BRilBA upper apartment, 101 South
161h Ave. $975/mo. No dogs. Security de-
posit $500. Broker/Owner, 249-8766
JAX BEACH. 416 61h Ave N., rear duplex.
2BR/IBA replace, WDHU, and private
yard. $950/mo 743-4318 after 6pm.
GREAT OCEAN VIEW
1 BR. one block beach, balcony, ceramic
tile throughout, washer/ dryer, walk-in
closely reserved parking. $900/mo.
160 7iri Ave North 993-2555.
www BeachesApanments.com
MOBILE HOMES. $500 to $550, on pn-
vate lots. Near Mayport Naval Station, no
dogs. 333-5579
NEPTUNE BEACH Townhouse.
2BR.'1.5BA,"appliances, WDHU- 't treehtd
patio: fenced backyard: 2nd?toOlfo balcony.
overlooking marsh, $995/mo 334-6094. -
JAX BEACH. 1.5 blocks beach, 216 7th
Ave S. 2BR/1BA+ office. sunroom. w/d,
dishwasher, Pels OK. Fenced yard.
S 1250/mo 434-4626
JAX BEACH. Premium Oceanview
Renovated. Haidwood Iloors. Dishwasher,
CH&A. Sludios, $6501m0 1BR/1BA.
$850'mo. 1904)859-1301 553-1354..
PONTE VEDRA- 2BR,/2BA condol Club
pool. exercise & more' $1050/mo. All
South Realy. 241-4-141
NICE, CLEAN, 2BR Townhouse (1306'
Violel SI., Ail Bch.) $925/mo. Go look in
w window. If interested, call number in Iront
S yard
JAX BEACH Oceans Edge New Condo.
1 BR'IBA. Furnisnedunlurnished $1 200.
' Flexible erms Owner/Realtor June Petlit.
Magnolia Properties. 994.3608
PONTE VEDRA, Newly Renovated, re-
son atmosphere. 2-story, 1BR,/BA. end
unit, washer/dryer included. $925/mo.
998-9148.
MAYPORT LANDING Townhome.
2BR/2BA. CH&A fenced backyard. 1278
SWonderwood Dr. $790,imo. $700/dep.
280-2728. leave message.
LARGE EFFICIENCY Apartment, excel-
lent location, 2 blocks to Ocean, very
clean.' No pels. $5751mo. 642-1214 or
241-1219
VILANO BEACH 4BR/4BA. 2850sI over-
looking Intercoastal, walk to beach, home
only 4yrs. old. $1950/mo. Call Jan Hoff-
man 537-7777. Owner,'ageni.
NEPTUNE BEACH. 465 Hopkins St.
3BR/2BA. fireplace, private yard, carport.
WDHU. $1000.mo. 743-4318 after 6pm.
2BR/1 5BA townhome All Bchn, CH&A,
Washer/ dryer/ micro included, $1000/mo.
sec deposit $1000/mo. rent. No pets.
walk io eachh' town center. Close to base
& bus line. Perfecl lor mllllary. Call
t9041655-5587
9 PV TOWNHOME on lake. 2BR/2.5BA.
ready now. $O1000.'mo. .dep. 699-7757


MAYPORT TOWNHOUSE. Large
2BR/1.5BA. pool. $760/mo + security.
Leave message. 241-6232.
PVB, END unit, 2BR/2BA condo, new
everything, never lived In. 5 star amenl-
*les $1000/mo. +$900/sep. 536-5477,
710-9649
STEPS TO THE OCEAN
BEACH HOUSE, 1BR, private patio, hard-
wood floors, CH&A, laundry. storage room
$850/mo.. 246-5024

OCEANFRONT
LUXURIOUS Pelican Point. 2BR/2BA
available now. $1700-$2600/mo. 3 month
minimum rental. (904)241-7206.


SO. JAX BCH duplex- Kitchen equip, ceil-
ing fans, balcony, WDHU, CH&A, 5 blocks
to ocean, no pets, $975/mo. 737-7092.
PALM VALLEY
1BR Contage. $725/mo. + utilities, $300
security deposit. Water and trash pick up
is provided, no dogs, 285-2020.
NEPTUNE BCH Summer Sands.
2BR/2.5BA, new tile and carpet. Available
June 1st, $1100/mo. 655-5990.

IDEAL SUMMER Rental. 2BR/1BA. 1/2
block, to beach. W/D. deck Furnished
$1150/mo 553-8634.


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924 Belleza
1026 BeUeza
72 The Fountains
1216 Belleza
127 Jardinm de Mer Place
925 Ocean Links
825 Ocean Links
834 Ocean Links
133 Bunini Court
215 Cranes Lake
2 The Fountains
811 Ocean Links
101 Sanchez Court
228 Tarrasa Drive
337 Charlemagne
106 Bermuda Bay


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105 Camino Trail
117 Deer Cove Drive
9910 Preston Trail
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806 Metropoitan
70 Beach Cottage Lane
408 Berkman Plaza


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$1200/wk 75 Tifton Way North
$1200/wk 21 Little Bay Harbor
$1300/wk 17" Ave North w/pool
$1400 Beach Club Villas
$1600/wk 2839 S. Ponte Vedra
$1700 741 Spinnakers Reach
$1700 743 Spinnakers Reach
$1800/wk 2503 S. Ponte Vedra
$1800/wk The Retreat
$2000 Vista Del Mar
$2200 Quail Point I1
$2400 349-ICoastal Hwy
$2400 444 La Reserve Circle
$2500 92 Tifton Way North ,
$2500 117 Deer Coae Drive
$2500/wk 728 Oceanfront
$2600 826 Spinnakers Reach
$2700/ k 2824 Coastal Hw y
$3000 'Walkers Ridge/Pool
$4000 408 Berkman Plaza
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Sawgrass Country3 Club 2/2/den 1500
Sawgrass Country Club 2/2 2100
Ja\ Beach 3/1.5 1500
Sawgrass Beach Club' Eff. 600
S. Ponte Vedra 3/1.5 1500
Sawgrass Beach Club I/I 700
Sawgrass Beach Club 1/1 700
S. Ponte Vedra 3/2.5 2100
Ponite Vedra/Oceanfronm 2/2 1600
Ja.x Beach/Oceanside 3/2 1700
Sawgrass Country Club 2/2 1800
Vilano Beach 3/2 1600
Ponte Vedra/L'Atnum 2-i-office 1600
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Ponie \edra/Marsh Landing 4/2.5 2000
Neptune Beach/iceanfront 3/2.5 *tin.merm 2600
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228 Ponte Vedra Park Dr. Suite 500
Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082

(904) 285-2882


ATLANTIC BEACH. Beautiful newer town
home off Seminole Road. Vaulted ceilings.
3BR/2.5BA hardwood floors. 1 car garage.
Small fenced yard, W/D. Owner/Realtor.
June Pettit, Magnolia Properties.
$1,495./mo. 994-3608.
NEAR PONTE vedra 1 block to beach,
quiet area; 2/1. front apartment, CH&A,
washer/ dryer included, $895/mo., lease
deposit, 993-1118.
NEPTUNE BCH, near ocean. Clean, nice
1BR apl wi garden atrium $750/m6.
Avail soon spacious 2BR. 247-1417.
JAX BEACH. 4 Blocks 10 Ocean.
1BR/1BA Apanment, $550/mo. 220 4th
Sireel So (904)891-0606. (352)478-2161


JAX BEACH. Nice 3BR/1.5BA. washer/
dryer. large lenced yard $1250/mo.
704-2693.
KENSINGTON 3/BR12BA, fireplace, com-
munitv pool, close to shopping. No Pels.
1704 Wildwood Creek Lane S1,100/mo +
deposit 246-6976
SEABREEZE WOODS, 3/2 spacious
home. New appl 2 car gar.. shaded area
$1400/mo. No pets. (904)460-0975.
PONTE VEDRA/ Palm Valley. beautiful,
large, private. 3BR,'2BA. 2-car garage,
w/manv amneniies. $1500/mo. 860-1690

OCEAN VIEW
BEACH COTTAGE, 2BR, bright'n airy.
Large corner lot, private patio. Tropical gar-
den, pickel lence. Sunroom, hardwood
floors, CH&A, washer/ dryer, dishwasher.
$1750/mo 246-5024
ATLANTIC BEACH. 3BR'2BA. spacious
lot in Selva Marina area. Large modern
kitchen w/new Indge & dishwasher. Living
room fireplace Attacned 1-car garage.
WDHU, lenced yard, CH&A $1700/mo.
Call Bob (904)631-6268
JAX BCH, 2/1 lower. LRIDR combo,
itichen. carpel. WDHU stackable. TDO
ManagemenI 246-1125
W'BEACHES. 3/2. LR' DR combo. tire-
place, EIK, splil BR's patio, caih. ceilings.
$1100/mo TDO Mgmr. Svc. 246-1125.
ATL. BOH, Oak Harbor. 3,1. livingroom,
dminingroom, storage shed. Avail. 7/1.
$975'mo 477-6800.
BEAUTIFUL 3BR/2BA home w/2 car ga-
rage in Cypress Cove. Overlooks the
Marsh and Inlracoastal. spectacular sun-
set views, 1244si, $1300/mo.. Call
509-0834.
JAX BEACH. 3BR/2BA, remodeled, large
yard 1144 4th Ave. No. $1300/mo.
514-2883.
JA BEACR"' 4nri'ome 2~ 'SB/
WDHU, tme 116drs lrf'ougnouT, tehcee yard,
peas ok w,'deposn $1070/mo. includes
lawn maintenance, 887 8In Ave. Souln,
(904)608-6678
NEPTUNE BEACH, 3BR/2BA. LR, DR,
new kitchen, inground pooIl garage, large
lenced-in yard. No pels. $1350/mo.
821-5067.
WALDEN CHASE. near Nease H.S. New
5BR/3.5BA. New home Many upgrades.
$2000/mo. Realty Executives. 273-3939,
610.6460.
ATLANTIC BEACH
1763 Seminole Road, 3/2.5 Townhouse.
Lawn service included. $1,295/mo. Broker
Owner 249-8766

INTRACOASTAL WEST- 4BR/2BA-home
in Kensington' Community pool, tennis &
more! $1250/mo All Soulh Realty,
241-4141
PABLO BAY- Panially furnished
5BR/3.5BA home w/3 car garage, 2-story,
lenced backyard. club pool. and play-
ground. Available 7/1. $3000/mo. Call
382-8779.
PVB 3BR/2BA home w/pool, screened en-
closure, 2-car garage $1,500/mo. 333-
1851.
PABLO BAY- 4/3/2, 2400sf Immaculate,
2-story $2490,mo.. candlerhomes com.
327-0558.
ATLANTIC BEACH. 2 story, 3/2, loft BR,
cath. ceilings, carpel, ceramic tile. bo'ast
bar, screened back porch $1200/mo.
TDO Management 246-1125.
ATLANTIC BEACH, Hidden Cove,
4BR/2BA, oak floors, rear deck w/hot tub
$1350/mo. 813-5315
ICW, THE Woods, 3BR/2BA, 1500Si.,
large kitchen, all appliances included. Gar-
den tub in Masler Bath, fenced backyard,
gated community. Close Io schools and
shopping. $1250/mo. includes all ameni-
ties and lawn service. 254-0522.
PONTE VEDRA/L'ATRIUM. 3BR/2BA, ga-
rage. screened porch, lireplace.
$1,200/mo.$1.200dep Call 246-1206.

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OCEANFRONT- JAX Bch, 2/2, lumished,
beautiful views 51h Floor. $1,950/mo
imo. minimum 571-6678
JAX BCH new 3/2 w/ garage, consider
lease purchase, $1400/mo 463-7343
PVB GRAND Cay- 1BR/1BA, 3rd Floor,
gated, vaulted ceilings, fireplace, large
porch, best views, $875/mo., call
631-5354.
PVB GRAND Cay Villas, 1BR- large den/
guest room. Beauldul forest view, vaulted
ceilings, fans every room. Fireplace, w/d
Gated, pool, hot tub. amenities. $950/mo.
garage (avail). (904)940-7854.


JAX BEACH 14th Ave N. 1BR/1BA Con-
do 1.5 blocks to beach. Non-smoker.
$750/mo 249-9769.
EXECUTIVE FURNISHED 1 BR efficiency
1 block to ocean, shown or long term lease.
$875/mo 904-343-7778
PVB. SUMMERHOUSE Condo, 2BR/2BA.
5-slar, newly renovated, new appliances,
washer/dryer, fireplace, golf course view.
Beach access. $1100/mo. including water
& June free. 254-2530
ATLANTIC BCH, mm. 3mo lease, ocean-
front, sleeps 4. $1500/mo (9521471-9667.
.............. ...... KI 131 -. 1 nih


22 SEAWINDS Lane PVB Excellent condi-
tion townhome, 3BR/2BA, $1500/mo.
longterm (404)964-2741;
THE PALMS At Marsh Landing 2BR/2BA.
Waterview, wood floors. 1st floor, gated.
$1125/mo. 241-3941.


INTRACOASTAL WEST- 3BR/2BA home
w/garage on quiet cul-de-sac. $1150/mo.
All South Realty, 241-4141. -
ICW- 3BR/1BA w/den $950/mo +deposit
3522 Claridge Drive East, 333-2066.
N. JAX BCH 3BR/2BA, FAMILY Room.
Walk to schools & Beaches. $1250/mo.
(954)646-3669..
JAX BEACH, 3BR/1BA, close to ocean.
$1100/mo. All South Realty, 241-4141.
NEPTUNE BEACH, 2BI/2BA, Range, Re-
frigerator, Dishwasher, WDHU, CH&A.
$925/mo. Available now. 514-1090.
3BR/2BA TOWNHOME. 8-A Ponte Vedra
Court. Available 7/1. $995/mo. 249-9387.
INTRACOASTAL WEST- Spacious
3BR/3BA home w/bonus room, on lake in
Marsh Soundl Comm. pooll $1800/mo. All
South Realty, 241-4141.
PABLO BAY- 4/3;5/2, 3400sf., lakefront
executive. $3450/mo.. candlerhomes.com
327-0558.
NEPTUNE BCH, 3 blocks to ocean, 3BR
2.5BA, avail 7/1/06 $1400'mo 477-3066
ATLANTIC BEACH Townnouse Aquatic
Dr. 3BRJ2BA, $1050/mo plus deposit
962-7412
THE WOODS, 4/2. 2500st. cul-de-Osac,
sunroom. LRI DR, EIK. $1800/mo TDO
Mgmnt. 246-1125 Idorealestate.com
2BR/I 5BA TOWNHOUSE ceramic lile
floors, CH&A. laundry room patio lenced
yard, 1 yr lease, no pels $950 deposit .
$950/mo..617 71h Ave S.. Jax Bch.
993-1114 or 270-1284
JAX BCH, 3/2+ extra room, yard care
incl.. $1295/mo. Avail 7.1. 477-6800.
JAX BEACH 1222 N. 21st St 3BR/2BA
new floors, new paint, dishwasher. CHIA.
fireplace, screened patio. courtyard, 2-car
garage. nice neighborhood $1 400.imo,
1,000/dep. 249-0773
ICW1HIGHLAND GLEN 4BR'4BA w/pool
Gated community, lltness center, W/D.
lawn & pool service included. $2,900'mo
422-4597
PVB EAST of AA. 3BR/2.BA. Prinvale
yard w/healed pool and spa. Walk lo me
beach. $2.150 /mo. 280-5707
PV- SAWGRASS 3BR 2 5BA. 2800si,
$2000/mo 285-5419.
JAX BEACH, 3BR/1 5BA, 610 Holly Dr
Large family room. new paint/ carpel No
pels $1200/mo 246-4179
WATERFRONT PV L'Atnum. 2BR/2BA, 2
car garage, pool. tennis $1,150/mo in-
cluding lawn maintenance. 285-9884.
VILLAGES OF Pablo. 3'2. 2car garage, all
new appliances, remodeled 2006, ElK.
den w/fireplace, 1650sf $1400/mo. TDO
Mgml. Svc. 246-1125.
JAX BEACH, 1036 141h Ave. North
4BR/2BA ceramic while, while ocala brick.
WDHU. $1400/mo 246-3482
ATLANTIC BEACH. 3BRi2BA home jusi
blocks to beach! $1475rro.. All Soulh Re-
aly. 241-4141.
ATLANTIC BEACH. 3BRj2BA. bike to
beach, walk lo park' Screened porch,
lenced yard. POOL and worksnhed 1s.
last and security. $1375imo Avail early
July (904)247-4527.
441 10TH Place Souln. 3BR/1BA
$1100/mo. +secunry Call 699-3320.
ATLANTIC BEACH
DEERFIELD LAKES
2BR 1.5BA condo. $695/mp.
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
3/2, 2 car garage. $1395/mo.
KERNAN LAKES
3BR 2BA. 2 car garage. $1495/mo.
i 0.- -i iRIVERBROOK.': : t
,, r, .2 2car.. rageT1550Nmo.
ARLINGTON
MdRRILL PINES
Brand new condos.
2BR 2BA $795/mo. & 3BR 2BA $995/mo.
SOUTHSIDE
BELLE RIVE
Brand 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 now! $995/mo
SUTTON LAKES
3/2, 2 car garage, $1250/mo
LOVE GROVE
University area. 4BR 2 5BA house.
2800sf, 2 car garage, $1500/mo
IRONWOOD- ST. LUKES AREA
3/2 5, 2 car gar., brand new Townhome.
$1450/mo.,
QUEEN AKERS
3/2 w/ carport, excellent cond. $1025/mo.
NORTH JACKSONVILLE.
EAGLES HAMMOCK
4/3, 2 car garage, 2200sl, $1450/mo.
HOME FINDER REALTY
241-5501 OR 221-1711.
VILLAGES OF Pablo, 4/2, 2400si, FR,
DR, office, sunroom. $1600/mo. Avail. 7/1
TDO Mgmnt. 246-1125

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LARGE 1 room healthcare office. Share
common areas, bathrooms, office manag-
er, ample parking, 3rd Street, Neptune
Bch 241-0666. '
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SPINNAKER 1BR/1BA.. Elegantly furnish-
ed. Steps to Ocean. Garage, $1600/mo.
708-4022.
2BR/2BA CONDO, 1113sf.. Brand New,
fireplace, large backyard! Screened patio.
Beach Shuttle Service & Pool Attendant!
$1375/mo. (904)463-0524.
OCEAN FRONT, Jax Beach, 1/1 no pets,
no smoking, completely' furnished,
(904)692-2668. '
THE PALMS. Spacious Upscale 3BR/2BA
w/garage. $1300/mo. Available 6/15.
242-9173.
PVB, LARGE,. 2BR/2BA, PRICE RE-
DUCEDI $1200/mo., gated, garage, popl
View, many amenities & upgrades
(904)338-5692
OCEAN VIEW, JAX BEACH; 3BR/2BA,
vaulted ceiling, beautiful tile. Bright, open
floor plan; No dogs. $1700/mo.
(404)325-0820. (404)784-6601
OCEAN FRONT- 1 bedroom, Jax Beach
Penthouse, pool, $1550 Lease, magical,
249-6166. -
PONTE VEDRA Lakes, Seahawk,
2BR/2.5BA. Call 465-0336 or 465-3098.
PVB 2BR 2 5BA iownhorne lakefront.
pool. tennis couns, $1200/mo 707-4847
CONDO PONTE VEDRA
Villages of Solano Beaulitully renovalea
3BRi2 5BA. fireplace. garage. pool. ten-
nis, clubhouse Close io schools, shop-
ping & beacon $1.475/mo $1,.000.'dep
280-1513, 866-3346
PVB SPACIOUS. 1200sl, 2BR/2BA. Lois
of amenities $1050!mo Call 234-2646
PVB OCEAN Grove. gated. 2BR/2BA, 1sl
floor, resort amenities. (904)273-5195
2BR CONDO FOR RENT ONLY
$1150/mo. INCLUDING UTILITIES'
2BR/1t 5 BA, Condo in Kensington (ICW)
Large bedrooms, lots ol closet and
storage space. Tiled and carpeled. W/D
included. HUGE backyard area. screened
porch, garden tub Call Laura al
(9041504-5577
PVB CONDO 2BR/2BA on lake. Screened
room, remodeled, new appliances.
$1.100,'mo. 234-4939.
PONTE VEDRA- 2BR/2BA. arlacned ga-
rage. lurnisned, all appliances, includes
W,D. $1200'mo. Mark 338-3230.
PVB OCEAN GROVE SPECIAL
3BR/2BA $1300'mo, Beautiful, newly ren-
ovated,. many amenities Realry Execu-
lives 273-3939., 610.6460.

OCEANFRONT
ATLANTIC Beach, The Cloister. Attrac-
tively furnished 3BR 2BA. beachside cov.
ered porch, pool & pier. convenient I o
shopping, dining & enlenamment Avail.
July 1 lor 3.7 mos $2050imo base rent
No smoking, no pets please Dunson Real
Esiale Inc, Reallor 249-5654 or
247-5153.
WOLF CREEK CONDO
New 3BR/2BA, $1300/mo. Really Execu-
lives 273-3939 610-6460
PONTE VEDRA Bch. 1/1. 2nd Iloor. all
new, 5-siar amenilies, beach access
$835-mo. Avail lor rent sale or lease op-
tion to buy 1904)704-9885.
FURNISHED PVB Condo. 2BR/2BA
1 level. $1300/mo Short or long lerm
(904)626-9630
PVB- 2BR/2BA Condo, Unit 107. galed.
lanai. fireplace top floor, premo pool' lake
view. adjacent clubhouse, newly renovat-
ed. beach access, Reson amenities. A1A
next to TPC. convenient JTB. right price
$1150/mo.. FRBO 338-4137
LOVE THE beach Sawgrass efficiency.
steps to ocean. lurnished w/d, 242-0411
TPC SAWGRASS. 3BR,2 5BA, garage.
vaulled ceilings. fireplace, community
pool, gated community. $1400,'mo
285-4618



OCEAN PARK SUITES`
Luxury furnished' 1 '&2 Bedroom Suites
High Ouality King Beds.
Equipped Kilcnens.
2nd Street & 5th Ave South
www.oceanparksuites.com
(904)318-0044
OCEANFRONT, 1BR lumnished condos,
weekly or monthly (904)463-7343
OCEANFRONT RENTAL
4BR/4BA. weekly. monthly, yearly Call
19041249-8269.
TENNESSEE, N. Georgia Superb living
opportunilies/investmenls. Beaulilul
mountain. valley, lake homes, cabins. re-
Ireais. lots, estales, views, boulders.
streams. Waldorf & Co, Realtors, Chana-
nooga. Sewanee. 1800)489-2402
www.walldort.com.
S. JAX Bch. 2BR, fully lurnished, ocean-
front condo. Monthly/ Weekly. 241-0267.
www.rentjacksonvilleoeach.com
ATL BCH 3BR house, beautifully lurnish-
ea, walk to ocean, $1650/mo. 993-3226


OCEANFRONT- FURNISHED & unfur-
nished homes & condos From $500 per
week' All South Realty. 241-4141.
OCEANFRONT CONDOS & Beach
homes. Weekly/monthly Visit us al.
jaxoeachrental.com or 535-3911 or
535-3828

4IIi fmi-fil, T']I ;T aB ^
ROOMMATE WANTED M/F $650 1/3
tees and utilities. Exclusive Miravisia.
gated. pool. hot tub. health club. waler-
Iront w/marina view. Room has own bath-
room, brand new large unit, 2700sl
(904)463-2845
ROOMMATE GATE Parkway area Pri.
vate bathroom. Free cable. Parking ga-
rage $700/mo 568-2157.
ROOM FOR reni in 3BR/2BA house in
Ponle Vedra Gated. pool, tennis courts.
all utilities, HBO, High Speed Inlernet
Near Sawgrass and TPC. $580/mo.
476-1830.
3 BLOCKS FROM BEACH! Share house
in Ponle Vedra. Ouiel & natural serving,
frpIc., jacuzzi, private bath $600/mo+ 1/2
ulil. 373-0354.



ROOM FOR rent in house w/pool and
fenced back yard $600/mo. Includes utilit-
ies and satellite TV. 566-1980.


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The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader


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OFFICE SPACE for rent. 9ft.x15ft. with
storage space and 12tt.x24ft. Separate
backdoor entrance, utilliles included. Lo-
caled on 3rd St. (904)249-3863..



ATLANTIC BEACH. Free standing
office/commerclal/retail building, shop,
commercial,lot & warehouse space. Start-
ing at $500/mo. Free rent. (904)514-1090.
GREAT LOCATION IN Jax Beach. New,
3750sb multi-purpose building for lease.
Can be divided, Call .or details,
343-1919, 249-3214.
SNEPTUNE, BEACH,-2113 Florida Blvd.
' Geat office building, plenty of parking, on
two lots, 3450sf, 993-4011,.


FREE YOUNG lab mix, neutered male
Friendly, housebroken, crate trained, great
dog. deserves more attention 422-6270.
LARGE SELECTION of purebred and de-
signer puppies. Rldgeback/Mastd, Rollt-
weiller/AM Bulldogs, Yorkt/Po, mini
Dachshund. York. Maltese, many more.
See at Beach Blvd. Flea Market, aisle A,
booth 5, or by appointment. 10% disc. for
military and dads. Call 233-3863.
FREE TO good home. Two adult Ball
Pythons Comes w/everything. 241-2254
FREE & Friendly. small German Shepherd
mix, gfeat family dog, young enough to
train Has all shols. 699-2597, 241-0806


MALE FAWN Chihuahua, 5 months old,
ixed, shots up to dale $300. 534-0252
NEED GOOD home for two adult reptiles,
a Bearded Dragon 8 an Iguana. Comes w/
everylning needed. Call Tori anytime,
945-9827
LONG-HAIRED MINIATUREE Dachshund.
3mo. old, shots and papers. $300 334-
5294
MALTESE -2YO female, spayed, shots.
Very affectionate out has nipped stranger.
We are heartbroken but must part. 5200.
Only to the best home. 710-0397.


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needing special accommodation to
*participate In this meeting should contact
.thePlanning and Development
Departmentno later than 5:00 p.m. on the
day preced-ing the meeting.
BL 6/21/06

PUBLIC NOTICE
CITY OF NEPTUNE BEACH
The Board oi Appeals lor Ine City ol Nep-
tune Beach, Florida meeting wnich was
scheduled lot Wednesday June 21, 2006
at 7:00 p.m., has been Cancelled.
BOARD OF APPEALS
NEPTUNE BEACH, FLORIDA
BL 6/21/06


LOST TAG Hauer walch near 19th St.. At-
lantic Beach Reward. 571-5757


AMERICA'S DRIVING Academy Stanrt
your driving careen Offering courses in
CDL A. One tuition feel Many payment op-
lionsl No registration leel (888)808-5947
Info@americasdrivingacademy.com
PIANO LESSONS
All levels, styles & ages. Will come to your
home. Piano Tuning, also available.
241-4954 655-3300.


SWEET FERRETT and awesome cage. IF YOU are interested in advertising under
$30 Call 220-7557 this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email: classified@beachesleader.com


CATSI 2YR. black- long hpir, neutered.
male. lyr, Bulls Eye Tabby, spade. fe-
male. Serious need to find a caring home,
moving oul of state $10 each 563-1888.
WHITE & Brown Labrador & hounddog
mix, very friendly lovable, trainable. $30
(850)345-9694

-g h tI i 0*1 nM1 i
LOST SHELTIE. Needs medication.
REWARD. Small, 11 Ibs, tricolor. Full
while collar and chest, white-blaze. Lost in
tangle ot AIA, Mayport and Wonder-
wood. Call Shellie Rescue 262-5420,
(cell) 866-3200, (home) 241-5749.
HOMELESS PETS lor adoption- Cats &
dogs. 246-3600.
LOST POMERANIAN male dog,
brown/black Has cataract in left eye, old
dog LosI in Neplune Beach area on
: 65,05. Please call'it found 868-1116,
241 9635 Friendly dog, We miss him


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


DIVORCE $275-$350. Covers children,
etc Only one signature required! Excludes
govl. lees! Call weekdays 1800)462-2000
ex1t 600. (8am-70ml Alia Divorce, LLC.
Esiablisned 1977.
CRIMINAL DEFENSE ACCUSED?? Need
a Lawyer? Trial Defense Attorneys 24 hrs
S DUI Traii.- All Felonies Misremeanonrs &


ATTEND COLLEGE online from home.
Medical, Business. Paralegal, Computers,
Criminal Justice. Job placement assis-
tance. Computer provided. Financial aid if
qualllied. (866)858-2121 www.OnlineTide-
waterTech.com
ITALIAN LESSONS by native teacher
Call: 221-1695. ,
HEAVY EQUIPMENT Operator training for
employment: Bulldozers. Backhoes, Load-
ers, Dump Trucks, Graders, Scrapers. Ex-
cavators, National Cenilicallion. Job Place-
ment Assistance; Associated Training
Services (800)251-3274 www.atsn-
schools.com.
SUMMER HORSE CAMP- JUNE 5 THRU
JULY 28, 2006. For into call 285-7958 or
visit 'our website at
www.hollyhockslarm.com


RECEPTIONIST PART-TIME/ flex sched-
ule w/skills in Excel & Windows lor small
CPA Firm, experience in lax office proce-
dures a plus Mail to Donald A. Padgett.
P.A.. 910A 3rd Street, Neptune Beach. FL
32266.
LINE COOK and Chef, P/T or FTr, Tues.
Ihru Sat. Good pay. Fine dining restau-
rant. Apply at 1540 Atlantic Blvd.,
314-3685.

BUS DRIVERS
VaniMinibus dealership. Looking for P/r
Summer help CDL required. Clean driving
record. Inquire. 58 West 9th Street. Atlan-
tico Beach, or call 241-6004.


Major Crimes A-A-A Anomey Relerral P/T OFFICE MANAGER
Service (888)733-5342. Beaches location. 20-30hrs. per week.
-1. /, 'Flexible .schedule. Must-be.proflclentln
rQuckBooks-" and-. Excel,, and have
Accounting/ .Budgeting 'experience.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 8TH Please call 241-6008 or fax resume to
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR 241-6012.
ALACHUA COUNTY, FLORIDA RESTAIIRANT .ANITOTR .rd hih. 7


FAMILY LAW DIVISION
IN THE MATTER of the Terminatior
Parental Rights lor the Proposed Adop
of a Minor Child
File Number 2006-DR-128
Division AD
ADM.
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR TERMINAL
TION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS AND
HEARING TO TERMINATE PARENT
RIGHTS PENDING ADOPTION
TO: All persons having an interest in
termination of parental nghls pence
adoption. Ior ADM. bom December
2005, in Jacksonville. Duval County, F
da including JOHN SMITH, last kni
address Jacksonville, Duval County. F
ca, age 54 a black male with a low hai
two gold teeth, brown complexion. 6"
weigni unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to
minate Ine parental ngnis of ADM,
S was born on December 12, 2005 in JE
sonville, Duval County. Florida, and s
sequenily surrendered lor adoption.
been filed by Petitioner. Christian Fa
Services Inc 2720 SW 2nd Aver
Gainesville, Florida 32607, whose a
raey is Mitchell E. Albaugh, Esq., 3350
noe Birch Place. Oviedo, Florida 32766
YOU ARE FURTHER NOTIFIED
there will be a hearing on the Petitlo
Terminate Parental Rights Pending Ad
S lion on MONDAY, JULY 10, 2006
2:00 P.M., or as soon thereafter as cc
sei may be heard, before the honor,
YSLETA W McDONALD. one ol
Judges of Ine above-styled Court
ROOM 409 al ine Alachua County Co
house. 201 EAST UNIVERSITY AVEN
GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA 32601.
Court nas set aside FIFTEEN (15)
NUTES for Ithis hearing.
UNDER Fla. Stal. CH. 63.089, FAILL
TO FILE A WRITTEN RESPONSE
THIS NOTICE WITH THE COURT OP
APPEAR AT THIS HEARING CON,
TUTES GROUNDS UPON WHICH -
COURT SHALL END ANY PAREN
RIGHTS YOU MAY HAVE REGARD
THE MINOR CHILD.
DATED Inis 22nd day of May, 2006
J K "BUDDY' IRBY
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
\siby Tricia G. Coraggio
BL 'as Deputy Clerk
BL 6i7.6.14.6/21.6.'28/06 '


CORRECTED
PUBLIC NOTICE
' The Planning Commission for Ihe City of'
Jacksonville Beach. Florida will meet and
hold a public hearing on Monday, June
26. 2006 at 7:00 p.m. In the Council
Chambers, located at 11 North 3rd Street.
Jacksonville Beach to consider the follow.
ing Conditional Use zoning application.
PC#18-06 Conditional Use approval
for outdoor seating Itwo, two-seat tables)
lor a new restaurant in an existing
commercial building In a Commercial
Limited. C-I zoning dislnct, pursuant to
Secltion 34-342(d)(19) of Ihe Jacksonville
Beach Land Development Code. The
property is located at 1439 South. 3rd
Street, more specifically described as Lots
4 5. and 6. Block 143. Pablo Beach
Souin
The above reterenced application is avail-
able lor review in the office of the Planning
and Development Department, City Hall
11 North 3rd Street, during normal busi-
ness hours (M-F. 8-5).
Planning Comnmission
City of Jacksonville Beach


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nights per wk. good pay, call Jim.
770-480-7686.
TEACHER P/T 2:30 6-30 for early child-
hood learning center. Experience w/40hr.
class preferred Must be patient, gentle
w/children & reliable 1851 Beach Blvd ,
Jax Beach 32250 EOE. 242-9645 or lax
242-9646.
TELEMARKETING
LOOKING FOR strong Telemarketer. ex-
perience a must, strong phone skills,
working hours 10am-2pm M-F, good pay
, bonus. Must be flexible with days. Ponie
Vedra Beach location. Must have own car
transportation. Please call [or details
k904)273-5959
BEACHES MONTESSORI SCHOOL
Needs for 06-07 school year a fun, chil-
dren-centered. energetic, organized per-
son to teacn SPANISH P/T ahernoons.
10 hr 'week. Good hourly rate. Send cover
letter, qualiFications, resume to
clane@dmsonline.org
TELEMARKETER/ APPOINTMENT Seller
needed. Flex hours. $8/hr., bonus per job.
benefits avail. Off Atlantic Blvd. near Re-
gency Square. At least lyr. exp For appt.
call Matt Meadows 472-9132.
PART-TIME BOOKKEEPER. Immediate
opening for Ponie Vedra business. Exp. In
Ouickbooks & Ekcel. Send' salary requir-
ments & resume- Imal@bellsouin.nel
Fax: 904-285-6698.
OFFICE ASSISTANT, Experience prefer-
red. Real Estate office. Fax resume:
273-4848.

BATHROOM TECHS
& CUSTODIAN
Self motivated, last moving, flexible, multi-
task person. Must be able to follow di-
rections. Reliable transportation a must
6pm-10"30pm, or later. Call Debole after
2pm. 285-3400,.ext. 3352
PiT MASSAGE Therapy postidn. Available
ASAP In Ponte Vedra outpatient clinic.
Fax resume to: 1904)285-4663.


HAIRSTYLIST, EARN $13 :PLUS PER
HOUR. Clientele provided. Mgt. oppor-
tunity, benefits. Supercuts, A1A & But-
ler Blvd. 273-2888.
'RECEPTIONIST/ GENERAL office' work,
computer literate, self-motivated. Starting
June 21st thru end of July/ early August.
9:30am-2pm, M-F, Atlantic Beach. Fax
resume: 221-2705.


Newspaper

AD BUILDER
Part-time
Qualified candidate will be
familiar with PageMaker,
PhotoShop 5 or higher,
Illustrator 7 or higher, Quark
Xpress 4.1 or higher and
Adobe Acrobat. Macintosh
environment. Graphic arts
background and creativity
helpful.
Responsibilities include
designing and building ads for
weekly newspapers, support-
ing design staff as necessary.
Candidate must be available
Wednesday from 12 to 7pm.
And other times as needed.
Send resume to:
Linda Borgstede
The Leader Group,
S 1114 Beach Blvd.
Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250
or fax to (904) 249-1501
or email to:
linda@beachesleader.com or
dube@beachesleader.com


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LOCAL BEACHES Auto Service seeks
full-time ASE certified mechanic. Prior
A/C experience preferred. Salary plus
benefits. EOC employer Call Troy at
241-5511
BREAKFAST, LUNCH Cook & PT Wait
Staff. Weekends a must Call 241-1985.
LAWN SERVICE looking for exp. help-
ers. Call 249-7883.
NATIONAL CARRIERS is a growing Fleet
offering, Regional & OTR. Excellent bene-
tits. weekend homelime, outstanding pay
package & lease purchase options. CDL-A
required 1888)707-7729 www.nallonalcar-
iers.com.
DRIVER- HOME WEEKENDS. Flaltbed
Drivers, can earn $950-/Week al PGT.
Great Benefits & Equipment. Students
with CDL-A welcome. Call (866)838.3584.

HAIRSTYLIST, EARN S13 PLUS PER
HOUR. Clientele provided. Mgt. oppor-
tunity, benefits. Supercuts, AIA & But-
ler Blvd. 273-2888.
LANDSCAPE WORKERS
Local company seeking experienced
workers tor landscape and irrigation inslal-
lations. Above average wages for hard
workers. Driver's license preferred Call
MBI Landscaping at 249-3317, or apply at
861 10th St South, Jax Beach
POLICE CAPTAIN
City of Atlantic Beacn Starting pay ol
$26.02/hr ($54.122/yr.) to $34.70/hr
1572,176tyr.) D.O.Q +benelils. Bachelor's
degree & mmn. 5 yrs law enforcement ex-
perience. Must obtain State ol Florida Law
Enforcement Certification wilnin 1 yr. of
hire. Second in command where Chief is
in DROP plan. Applications accepted until
06t28106, 800 Seminole Rd Atlantic
Beach. FL 32233. For more info call
(904)247-5820 or visit www.coab.us. No
smokers/ tobacco users. Drug testing con-
ducted. EOE.
DOG GROOMER lor busy shop In Beach-
.i'.ase., great.,, earnipg 'potential,
716-373 .. : .
NEED SALES People to Sell Web Sites
20% commission 3 sites a week = $400.
FT/PT. Call 273-2985.
SALES AND Service Representative for
busy Beaches multiple line insurance of-
lice. Must have stale of Florida insurance
licenses for property and casualty, lile and
nealln, or be capable ol getting licenses
within 90 days. Please send resume to
A122, P.O. Box 50129. Jacksonville
Beach, FL. 32240.
MANAGER/ SUPERVISOR lor Detail po-
sition, experience helpful but will train
Can make between $400 -$700 per week.
Must have valid dnver's license & trans-
ponalion. Only senous, responsible, hard
workers need apply Eric,. 716-4413.
TAXI.DRIVERS Wanted Clean driving re-
cord required. Call Apnril. 246-9999.
HAIRSTYLIST WANTED to rent spacious
private room in Jax Beach location.
$150/wk Call 270-0997 ask for Debi.
A FUN PLACE
TO WORK!
PAWNEE'S CAFE & Fine Wines, (former-
ly Manuel's). PVB. Cook & Counter. Bene-
fits. 273-4785

SOCIAL SERVICES
ASSISTANT
MAKE A REAL DIFFERENCE
Avante at Jacksonville Beach, a 165-bed
skilled nursing and rehab facility, currently
seeks a motivaled team player to assist in
the planning, organization, implementation
and ongoing evaluation of social activities
for residents, and ensure that medically
related social and emotional needs of resi-
dents are met. Must have LSW designa-
tion or eligibility, student status, and have
a positive attitude toward the elderly.
Bachelor's degree in social work a plus.
Avante offers excellent compensation &
premlum benelils, including 401(k).
lease fax resume to: (904)249-8208 attn:
Alana Narciso. EOE.
www avantegroup.com
THE PIE Hole (serves breakfast, lunch
and pizza). Now hiring exp line cooks lor
local Mayport Cate. apply within 1487-9
Maypord Rd 249-7437.


CARING ADULT needed for 4 hours each A/C & Healing company needs Installers
Sunday morning lo staff church nursery in & Service Technicians. Top pay & bene-
Allantic Beach. Contact Nancy 249-8698. Ins. Call Rob 509-3062


TAL NEED 'SHADOW" to assist first grade
ING student with school work and activities at
small, private Jax Bch school. Ideally
Monday- Friday 8:30am-12noon. lOppor-
luntles at other times also available I
Email resume.
ban@ multifamilybrokers.com
SMALL OCEANFRONT hotel looking for
Ironl desk clerk Nighi shil Apply In per-
: son 120 Atlantic Blvd
S DRIVER NEEDED immediately Ior moving
company Experience nelplul. 285-2426.


WEEKEND BUSSER for a breakiasl/lunch
restaurant PVB. Apply in person. Players
Cale. Call for appointment. Immediate
opening 273-5595.
NOTICE TO READERS
HELP WANTED classifications In this
newspaper are intended to announce gen-
uine current job openings. No lees may be
charged to the prospective employee Ads
Ior sell-employment or business opportu.
niltes appear under the Business Opportu-
nities category Ads which may require
payment of lees lor employment informa-
tion. guidance or training may appear un-
der Job Service Should any Help Wanted
advehiser ask tor a lee or if the advertiser
is oiffening a product or service rather than
a lob opening. please nolify The Beaches
Leader. 249-9033.
NURSES
WEEKENDS
Every weekend 7pm to 7am at a Premier
Retirement Community Health Center. Ex-
cellent work environment Experience in
geriatric care. Applications available at
Fleet Landing Security Gate, One Fleet
*Landing Blvd., Atlantic Beach, FL;
Fax to (904)246-9447; email to:
1obs@fleetlending.com EOE) Drug-Free
workplace.


OFFICE MANAGER
Needed for Beaches tirm. Must be able to
multi-task, be detailed oriented and relia-
ble. Experience in payroll and billing re-
quired Non-smokers only. Hours: 8:30-5.
Salary commensurate w/experience. Call
Larry. 242-0140.
CNA
FULLTime. 3pm-1 lpm at Premiere Retire-
ment Community Health Center. Excellent
benelil package competitive wages, good
working environment Applications availa.
ble al Fleet Landing Security Gate. One
Fleet Landing Blvd., Atlantic Beach. FL;
Fax to i904)246-9447; e-mail to:
jobs@fleetlanding.com EOE/ Drug-Free
workplace
HOUSEKEEPERS NEEDED Immediately.
Flexible hours, no weekends, excellent
pay. Transportation & phone required.
591-5901. 514-1188
BURDENBEARER SERVICES needs reli-
able cleaning help Residential/Commer-
cial. Call 242-9358.
GROUNDSKEEPER: FULL ,time at pre-
mier retirementt community Experience
preferred. Excellent enelits and work en-
vironmenl. Applications al Fleet Landing
Security Gale. One Fleet Landing Blvd.,
Atlantic Beach, FL 32233: Fax to
(904)246-9447; email to:
jobs@fleetlean'dlng.com EOE/ Drug-
Free Workplace.
BOOKING ASSISTANT/ Client coordina-
tor Atlantic BeAch. Minimum 3 yrs..A/NR, 2
yrs. A/P, 3yrs. customer service. Comput-
er/internet literate. Financing experience a
plus. Quickbooks knowledge a plus. Ex-
cellent benefits Including profit sharing.
www.transitplus.com. Smoke free office.
Fax resume 221-2705. Specify position
desired on fax.


POOL MAINTENANCE'
CONSTRUCTION & Pool Maintenance
Clean driving record a must. 246-2455
DRIVERS
RECREATION DEPARTMENT
Drivers part-time and full-time. Be a mem-
ber of a great team. Join our Recreation
Department at a premier retirement com-
munity. Fun work environment. Class C
CDL: Passenger Endorsement License
Required. Must be able to set up and
break down for special events. Competi-
tive wages and excellent benefits. Applica-
tions available at Fleet Landing Security
Gate, One Fleet Landing Blvd., Atlantic
Beach, FL 32233; Fax to 904-246-9447;
. e-mail to jobs@fleetlanding.com
EOEDrug-lree workplace

PAINTERS
FULL-TIME at a Premier Retirement Com-
munity. Excellent benefits. Experience re-
quired.. Applcations at Fleet Landing Se-
curity Gale, One Fleel Landing Blvd., At-
lantic Beach, FL; Fax lo 904-246-9447;
email to jobs@fleetlandlng.com EOE/
Drug-Free Workplace
HOUSE CLEANERS NEEDED. Southside
and Beaches Work in reams ol three.
Must have own transportation. valid driv-
er's license. Approximately $175iwk to
slan. Moday-Friday, no nighls/weekends.
Home Cleaning Centers of America
(904)642-8885.
FRAMING CARPENTERS. G C. Superin-
lendent for esiablisned company. Drug
Iree work place Benelils. 241-2721.
PRINTING COMPANY hiring Sales.
Pressmen, Bindery, Graphic Design. and
Pie-press. 514-1090.
GROWING FAST paced lawn mainte-
nance company looking lor FrT help 655-
8502 ,
LANDSCAPE EXPERIENCE preferred
25k to 40k lirst year, plus benefits DFWP,
good driving record. No exp required, will
train Call 241-7874. Perschei & Meyer
Pest Management.


MAINTENANCE MAN FOR OCEAN-
FRONT HIGH-RISE CONDOMINIUM.
Full-time position available to right person.
at our oceanfront condominium. General
maintenance work including cleaning,
painting, pool cleaning, overseeing con.
tractors, and other reasonable duties as-
sociated with condominium upkeep Non-
smoker, good personality skills a must
Above average pay good working condi-
tions Send resume to- Maintenance Posi-
tion, PO. Box 49245. Jacksonville Beach.
FL 32250
MAINTENANCE TECHS
Full Time. Small Engine Mechanic/ Punch
Out at a premier retirement community.
Excellent benefits. Applications at Fleet
Landing Security Gate. One Fleet Landing
Blvd. Atlantic Beach, FL. Fax to 904-246-
9447: email to jobs@fleeltlanding.com.
EOE. Drug-Free Workplace.
INTERVIEWING CHEERFUL, energetic,
professional appearing people that can
treat our patients like royalty. Therapy as-
sistant (no experience necessary), front
desk receptionist and licensed massage
therapist. Call Ponle Vedra Chiropractic
Medicine & P T. at 285-ACHEI2243) be-
tween 1-2-30
VETERINARY TECHNICIAN, Experience
preferred ALSO: Receptionist vetinary
experience required Apply in person,
1210 3rd Street Nonh, Jax Beach
LULU'S WATERFRONT GRILLE
Line Cook. Prep/Utility. Good money. cas-
ual atmosphere. very busy. great people
to work with FT/PT. 285-0139.
ALL THE miles you can legally handle'il
Come drive for All American Xpressl Late
Model Equipment, No Touch Freight, No
East Coast. 2yrs verniable experience.
Good driving record. 1800)282-1911 x115.
INSTANT CARE giver. 9:30 -6-30 or split
shifl FT/PT Must be patient and have old-
lashion work elnics. Experience w/40hr.
class preferred. Apply al 1851 Beach
Blvd., Jax Beach 32250. EOE. 242 9645
or lax 242-9646.
FIRST CHOICE Home Improvements.
Needs skilled carpenters & tree climbers.
349-2628. ,
*,
SWIMMING POOL Construction. Top
pay & benefits. Palace Pools. 998-1811,
11655 Central Pkwy #313, Jax, FL
32224.


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ASSISTANT TEACHER,
Palms Preschool. NAEYC, accredited,
exp preferred, good benefli package. M-F.
9am-6pm.. 247-0983. EOE
FRONT DESK RECEPTIONIST/ OFFICE
MANAGER in hoihsic. internal medical of-
lice. Full part time secretarial, clerical.
and support of M.D a unique sending Ex-
perience required in answering phones.
computers. communications and public-re-
lations Must be enthusiasic. dependable,
consistent. and an excellent match. Fax
resume with references: no phone calls
please Persephone Healing Ans Cenaer,
FAX. (904)246-3778.
WANTED: CARPENTERS & Helpers. Re-
modeling Ocean Edge Condos, Jax
Beach 693-3130. -
LANDSCAPE COMPANY looking lor de-
pendable FT/PT helper. Transponauon
and license required. Call 285-2952.
HELPER FOR Hardwood floor installer
Musl have own transportation. 223-3295


S* POOL TECHNICIAN Beaches area. Prior
experience required Driver's License And
DRIVER- Hiring qualitied drivers lor.Cen- Insurance required 7am-3pm, Monday-
tral Florida local and national OTR posi- Fnday, $2000 a monin Call 241-6200.


lions. Food grade tanker, no hazmal, no
pumps. Great benefits, competitive pay
ano new equipment Need 2 years experi-
ence. Call Bynum Transport Ior your op-
portunity today: (800)741-7950.
FULL-TIME BOOKKEEPER for Beach
Manufacture Peachtree a plus. Fax re-
sume to 249-1740 or mail to- Bookkeeper,
C/O Donald A. Padgell, PA., 910A 3rd
Street, Neptune Beach, FL 32266.
KPW CONSTRUCTION Inc. now hiring
carpenters in Beaches area Minimum
3yrs experience. Please call 686-4818
HELP WANTED al Sheloy's Coffee
Shoppe. Experienced Night Manager
needed, also lull and part time positions
available Day, night, and weekend shifts.
Apply 200 First Si, Neptune Beach.
(904)249-2922
HOUSE PERSON, 3pm-1lpm & 11pm-
7am, also Housekeepers.needed. Apply in
person. Comiort Inn, 1515 North Isl St
Jax Beach
Liquor Store Clerk, Bartender, Poor
Guy, Must be able to work days, nights.
weekends, and holidays Must pass drug
test and background check. Call Roben @
465-0149.
WELDERS- EXCELLENTBENEFITSi Ex-
penence Paysl FIT shihs! Apply in person:
Cenlurion Auto Transport, 5912 New
Kings Rd., Jacksonville, Fl. 32209.
BEACHES OFFICE seeks entry level as-
sistant tor FiT opening. Duties include da-
ta entry, light bookkeeping, phones, PC
experience and some Saturday a.m. re-
quired. $10/nr. Full benefits Including
medical and 401K. Send resume Io P.O.
Box 330065. Atlantic Beach, 32233 or lax
to 1904) 2491337.
RESPONSIBLE & energetic Receptionist
needed at busy animal hospital
Experience helpful but not a must Apply
in person at Atlantic East Pet Center,
519 Atlantic Blvd., Atlantic Beach.
Construction Worker
w/valid Florida Driver's License. Experi-
ence helpful but will train. Good salary &
benefits. Apply al Surtside Pools, 313
Beach Blvd 246-2666 or fax resume to
249-8801, e-mail surisidepools@aol.com
WE'RE RAISING pay for Flonda Regional
drivers! Home every weekend Home dur-
ing me week! Solid weekly milesI 95.o no
touch Preplanned freightl $ 43 per mile
HEARTLAND EXPRESS (80014414953
www.heanlandexpress.com.
PAINTERS WANTED Ior custom home
painting Transportaltion & experience.'
635-9249
NEED FRONT DESK,' Office Assistant for
busy doctor's office, 35-40 hours week.
email resume to: pvbdr@bellsouth.net
DRIVERS- DID you average $1 88 in your
Tractor or $1 45 in your Slraight Truck last
week? Our drivers didl Tri-State Expedited
(888)320-5424.

HIRING FULL-TIME Driver/ Landscape
Helper Call Pam 742-7769.
PONTE VEDRA Animal Hobpital looking
for a Veterinary Technician, exp. required.
Apply within 28 Corona Rd., 285-7924. -
CONSTRUCTION SUPERINTENDENT
for Beach construction company. Great
pay, bonus. Great working environment.
.Call 241-5251. ...
BEACHES ,CAR Wash- full time help
needed, Wages negotiable+ tips. Benefits
Avail. Apply In person, 1401 Beach Blvd.

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


CHILDTIME LEARNING Centers seeks
experienced Teachers & Assislani Teach-
ers. FIT & P/T available We odfer a com-
.petihve salary & benelis package Call
273-6960 or fax resume to. 280-5742.
COUNTER HELP, Ponie Vedra area.
FT/PT, Call 285-5644







"Be Part of the Best"
Relief Audit
Part-time Front Desk Agent
Apply at the
Fairfield Inn & Suites
1616 N. First St.
We offer great pa. paid vacation &
personal ume, Hea thaision/dental
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pay Health, tile, dental, 401K. Monthly bo-
nuses CDL-A: 1 yr experience. Grayson
Mitchell. 1800) 434-1882.

*DRIVERS*
DO you want to loin a winning team Don I
get left oul Our dnver s make $500-$700
per week Call 249-5151 ask ior Brian or
493-5250 ask lor Tim Collins.
THERAPISTS WANTED- Licensed SLPS
in Miam-Dade and Broward counties. Bi-
lingual a plus. Per diem & FiT. Bilinguals
Inc. Child & Parent Services, 1866)696-
0999 x122 www.bilingualsinc.com
INSIDE SALES
Work at 4ne beach Handle inbound sales
rrom advertising and create sales with out-
bound calls Must have good relationship
and closing skills. Prospecting expen-
ence and customer service is a must
along with PC skills and ability io work in-
dependently Earn $65,000 per year
win proper experience. Fax resume to
241-7333 or email Jenniler at
lennierw@deserimicro.net






Up to $420 plus+
per week!
(Within 5 weeks F/T)
*Paid Weekly
Design your own daytime hours
Work regular clients near your
home
Experience a plus
Must have own transportation
and home phone


242-8235~


The City of Jacksonville Beach

employs individuals in a variety of


positions. For a listing of current


opportunities please visit us in


person 11 North 3rd Street, 2nd

floor, call 904-247-6263, send an


e-mail to personnel@jaxbchfl.net,


or visit our website


www.JacksonvilleBeach.org.



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1995 TOYOTA Camry LE
Excellent condition, low miles, power win-
dows/locks, cruise. $4,900. OBO. 877-
9030.


1997 SUZUKI sidekick convertible, 97K,
great beach car. $1,500. 422-6270.
1996 CHEVY Blazer 4x4, loaded, nice
cond., low mi., Make offer. 249-2943.


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ADMISSIONS COORDINATOR
Progressive skilled nursing facility seeks a
fnendly people person wiin prior health
care admissions experience Responsibili-
ties include telephone intake, assessment
and coordination ol admission Inquiries lor
medical and physical rehab Ihis position
will also establish and 'maintain effective
customer relations with referral sources
Position requires strong organizational, in-
terpersonal and wrniing skills For immedi-
ate consideration please tax resume to
(9041241-4082 or call (904)382-3180
E.O E
:* EXPERIENCED SERVERS needed for
Continental Reslaurant. Apply in person at
Max a. 1312 Beach Blvd., 247-6820.
HOUSEKEEPER NEEDED FFT Laundry
& ironing required References a must.
Salary negotiable 543-8629
DENTAL ASSISTANT Iront/ back. experi-
ence necessary insurance a plus.
285-3128.
DISHWASHER FIT Immediate opening
Breakiastlunch restaurant Apply In per-
son Players Cale. PVB 273-5595



NOTICE TO READERS
ADVERTISERS IN, this category are not
offering lobs The, are ohering obrelaied
s, services and may charge lees Readeis
are advised to exercise caution before giv-
*: ing credit card information over the phone
without knowing what specific product or
service they will receive


ALL CASH candy route Do you earn
$800/day' 30 machines, iree candy. All
for 59995 18886629-9968. B02000033
Call us- We will not be undersold!

: NOTICE TO READERS
WARNING WHILE ihis newspaper does
not knowingly accept business opportunity
ars wnichn require you to pay a lee lo get
intormalion or thnal reler you io 976.or 900-
: phone numbers whicri will result in sub.
' staniial charges to your phone bill, the
newspaper cannot guarantee the validity
ol oHlerings in imi: classilicallon liany ad-
venlser requires you ic incur phone serv-
ice charges or pay a lee io learn the na
lure 01 the opponurunry please report It to
The Beaches.Leader 249-9033


BABY SITTING in my San Pablo home.
CPR, Firs Aaid. HRS cenriled Background
check. grc-a references Lisa, 568-4137
ACTI.VE NANr.' honest. dependable,
transponation & references $9-$11'hi..
S any area CPR & First Aid. F.T & P.T.
260-4915
I WILL Babysii P.T or FiT in my home.
Call lor more ,nto 220-7493


I AM a college graduate teacher looking to
Tutor over the summer. My specialty is
-, Math and Englisn aill hign school levels,
College Algebra, Geometry, Calculus 1 &
2. and all levels ot Englishl. Please
email me for more inlormallon.
newcreationinjc I@vanro com.


DENTAL PLAN. $11 95 a month. Free
Vision, Prescription Chiropractic For
details go ic. www lauruslegal.com.

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LARGE GLASS-TOP Table. 42x72, Ilght- Ir Yuu are inieresleo in advertising unuer
wood. 6chairs Very nice. $300 241-7721 Imis category please call 904-249-9033 or
email classiled@ beachesleader.com


DINING TABLE wileal 42x53, cherry.
Good condition, never used 249-3453.
SWEET FERRETT and awesome cage
$30. Gravity inversion table Great lor your
back $50 42' patio set w/4 chairs & able
(Palm Casual style blue cushions $50,
220-7557.
LEATHER SECTIONAL sola sawn brown,
2 recliners, queen sleeper, excellent con-
dition. $500 Also other household ilems.
1904)607-4179
COFFEE TABLE, glass lop & matching
ends $175 Titlany hanging lampshade
$299 Patio sel 8 bar slools $164. Lamps.
mirrors, miscellaneous antiques, 247-
0465.
GREEN 6PC Sectional Sofa, Broyhill
$500 Call 221-6577


NEIGHBORHOOD SALE Saturday 8am-
12pm, 201th St. Nonh ,
FRIDAY, SATURDAY. 8am-noon.. 1418
Pinewood Rd. Bunk bed set, dresser,
desk. lois or misc
FURNITURE. HOUSEHOLD, misc. Satur-

day. 8am-? 533 14mr Ave. South
FRIDAY. 8AM.? Selling everytinig from
A-Z All must go 623 2nd St S.
HOUSEHOLD ITEMS bargains. Saturday
7am 1728 N 10lh Street
CHILDRENS & Juniors clones crib and
changing table set, and toys Salurday
Bam-noon, 1223 Ruth Ave


..-......COMBIF-E 2 households, great stult, a bit
KENMORE DRYER, Electric Elite, HD Co everything Saturday, 8am-12pm
Kinq Sized, Quiel Pakil. Excellent. $200 1212 22nd Si. N.
0B0. 710 0397. --REMODELING SALEi Furn,,ure a an-,


SAWGRASS -REMODELING sale. Living-
room Diningroom, Bedroom. Sunroom
lurnilure, .rugs, lamps, pictures, misc.
Please call 904-333-6301
36 SONY Wega Hfal screen TV $350 27
Toshiba flat screen TV $150, both excel.
lent condition, rarely used 477-4784
DINETTE TABLE wifour chairs, 2 pieces
artwork ($200 OBOl, Green sota w/maitcnr
ing chaise lounge $350 OBO, wroughl iron
hanging Iignt fixture $75 OBO, Kirk,
241-8044
LAWN TRAILER 6'6'X16. custom loolbox
6'6"x2x2 $1100, 223.5891
PRE-ENGINEERED STEEL Buildings.
30x40 was $13,200 now $6.800 40x60
$21,860 now $10520. 60x80 $36 120
now $17 740. Other sizes up ro 100.000
si. Erection Available 18001720-6857
WASHER. LARGE capacity. heavy duty.
$150. Maylag Dryer $130. 30" ElecIric
Stove $100. Frostree Relrigerator. 20c1.
$160. All good condition Can deliver
945.0226.
KING PINE 6 pc BR set, $600; 3pc
whlie-wash' oak enlenainmeni center,
holds 36" 'TV, $500: pine DR table, chairs
& hulch. $600; glass-lop & brass coffee
table & 2 end tables, $250 glass-lop'oak
sola table. $75- while-wash WICKej roUing
C air..r50,-o r.a5S.hrom gase. Las e-amp.
.$30.,'Alireteleh 6tdlinor, '2 2 -13809-1'- _-
METAL ROOFING, Save $$$ Buy direct
from manulaclurer. 20 colors in siock, witn
all accessories Quick turn around. Deliv-
ery available Toll Iree 1888)393-0335
A LOVELY twin size white iron bed $250
273-4836.
COUNTRY FRENCH wing cnair, small
maple huich. Neccni portable sewing
matching, pair lamps wcarved
Lowers marble base. 40x50 mirror. Call
285-0436
BED.. BRAND name 'queen sel,
new, w/warranry $129 Can deliver,
19041858-9350.


15" CUSTOM Jap rims Good condition
$150 00. 294-4754
OLYMPIC WEIGHT bench, weights, curi-
ing bar and dumb bells $100 422-4653
GE PROFILE matching electric oven and
dishwasher Tnree years old, in great con-
dilion, while. $400 lor boln. 372-9424


n -MlICL i.,. A M iur i .., a ,ppv ,
ces, lools, & more Saturday, 241h,
1108 7th. SL North


SATURDAY, JUNE 241n, 8am-2pm 1211
18th Ave N


HuGE NEIGHBORHOOD Oceanwood &
Driftwood Rd off Penman: Saturoay 8am.
GREAT STUFF! Trundel bed. mirrored
sliding doors, comics tools. elc 721 Nep.
rune Lane Fr,. & Sat 9-2
MOVING SALE Everything must go' Too
much Ic. list 218 Seagate Ave., Neplune
Beach. Sat 6.24 Irom 8-2.
GIGANTIC! 224 Driftwood. Pampered
Chel 50% or1f Jewelry 4-person riol tub
$750 1100 Virago 1200 Honda. much,
much more. Saturday 8am.


MvOVIJNGSALE! Furniture tools clothing.
indoor fireplace. 2509 Spokane-Ave E.,
Atlantic Beach Sat 7a.m.-2 p rn
MULTI-FAMILY! CLOTHES, toys. books.
dishes Proceeds tenefil Girl Scoul Troop
888,.. Saturday, 8am-lpm. 1816 Selva
Granle Dr -'.
2 FAMIvLY, Friday. Saturday. Panuco Ave.
Ncnn.i-i Oak Harbor Big assortment ol
stuff


SOLAINO RD. Saturday, 7-30am-ilam,
lurnirure. Anderson windows, planlaiion
sruhers. clothes, loys. oculars and more.


MULTI-FAMILY SALE Asian disnes. lurn,
lure, loithes. misc Saturday 8am-12pm
'310 W Currituck Dr (ort Joeanay Rd


HERMON'S MULTIPLE SERVICE
Specializing in Commercial and Residen-
iial Cleaning. Lawn Care Auto Cleaning,
Window Cleaning Janitorial Services. etc.
Call Hermon. 246-4238, 612-1755
*
HANDYMAN- NO Job to small. 223-5891
SEWING MACHINE Repairs. Complete
lune-up. Ait makes, all models. $49 50.
241-2112


PADGETT'S A.'C & Hearing, Inc Family
owned and operated. When quality and
customer service are demanded call
Travis at 588-5222.
SERVICE, REPAIRS, INSTALLATIONS
Free Estimates License CAC1814887.


DARCELLE'S HOUSECLEANING. 15yrs
experience. Business & Residential Sahs-
lacnon guaranteed Move ouis welcome
19041446-6111.
TOO TIRED to clean! Call 314-8485 any-
time Honestl. dependable. reliable Free
estimates
HOUSEKEEPER WITH 10 yrs. exp. nas
openings for homes or condos. Will run er-
rands pet sit. house sit, iron. No lob too
big Call 728-9174.
PROFESSIONAL CLEANING, dependa-
bie Reasonable rates, iree estimates Call
Roxanne (904)477-5398.
CLEANING SERVICE Residential/small
odrice 12 years. experience Meticulous
and dependable Free estimates Call
Kimberly 349-4467
AN AMAZINGLY clean nouse or office by
Naiasha For estimate 563-7858
ABOVE & Beyond Housekeeping De-
pendable, detailed cleaning. Licensed. In-
sured, references. Immediate openings
591-5901. 514-1188


ANOMOTEC. QUALITY Electrical Serv-
ices Free estimates for repair.' installation.
Comm/Res Standby generators and
translei switches. All electrical needs.
Visa/MC. 343-5535 Great rates'


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


COLLECTORS BOYDS Bears, over 100
Beanie Bears. crystal, auhenmic Indian an,
Armeiale. recliner, couch loveseal and
bar siools 2140 El Largo Way, Pablo
Creek. Fri & Sal. 9-1.


PONTE VEDRA- 176B North Roscoe
Blvd Saiurday & Sunday 8am-unhl.
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IF YOU are inleresled in advenising under
Ihis category please call 904-249-9033 or
mail. classilied@beachesleader corn


WEDDING DRESS beaulilul size 6. never
worn Must seel $500. 246-8556
RIDING MOWER $300. runs fine Steve,
249-8637.


40' BOAT SLIP for sale, exclusive Har-
bortown Marina. 5199K. 463-2845.
BOAT STORAGE in PV. Visit
www.MarinaClubPV.com
SAILBOAT & 8' Howmar Hauler. 3 person.
$475. 223-5891
1992 VXR 650 Yamaha Wave Runner
wirailer $850, 241.7981.
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WE COME TO YOU! j


ANTIQUES/ 40'S. 50's/ collectibles Silver.
china. etc 1904)860-5731.


DAYTONA 400 nickels (21. DePalima Box,
Row 24 Turn 4. $85ea 904-993-7303
WASHER. DRYER, lirsi $150 lakes IT.
571-1112.


T & C LAWN SERVICE. Year-round.
mowing, edging. trimming shrubs mulcnh-
ing, laying sod Free estimates.
Call 249-2443. cell 514-0055.

PERSCHEL BROTHERS
SERVICES, INC.
PROFESSIONAL LAWN service We mow
lawns Free estimates 246-0967
GREEN ACRES LAWN CARE
One time or yearly Licensed, Insured
Residential. Commercial. 742-6763
ENDLESS SUMMER Lawncare Free esih-
mates. Professional customer service.
Mowing. edging, weeding. Irimming- Irees.
shrubs Licensed & insured. Residential &
commercial. CALL US FIRST! 270-2664.


ALL ABOUT Services 955-5881 or 343-
1437.
PATRIOT PRESSURE Wash & Window
Cleaning. Licensed, Insured Free Esii.
males. Houses, decks, walkways, dnve.
ways, patos. 248-9672 .
OCEANSIDE CLEANING INDUSTRIES
Sale root cleaning. Deck & lence
restoration.. Pressure washing Licensed &
Insured Call Kevin 994-0045
DIRTY DEAN'S
Licensed ana Insured Call 294-6116
PRESSURE WASHERS lo rent or sale
Tucker Equipment Renlal 246-1330.



WYMAN'S PAINTING and PRESSURE
WASHING COMPANY. 15yrs. experi-
ence Specializing in Beach homes.
221-4117.
STACIE SHEA PAINTING
Residential and Commercial. 200-0966.
QUALITY PAINTING PLUS INC.
Residential Commercial
Licensed Insured Free Eslim'aies
19041723-0092 *(904)333-4158
MAGIC MAN PAINTING & HOME
IMPROVEMENTS. InieFior/Exieror Paint-
Ing Faux Finisnes. Ronen Wood Replace-
ment. Pressure Washing. 1904)894-4257.
FAST INTERIOR painting. drywall. e-
lure Specialize in smaller jonS. Will work
evenings & weekends. Licensed, insured.
e W.r. q4.. 3- .r -*..- ,..
.. 'WO"I" PAINTINGr'"l "
NEW CONSTRUCTION, remodeling and
iepaini. Residential and commercial. Men-
lion this ad 246-1529
NATIVE PAINTER- exceptional residen-
lial,' commercial pressure washing, paint-
ing, drywall crack repair, wall covering. Li-
censed, insured, references. 403-7389.
ALL ABOUT Services 955-5881 or 343.
1437.


BEACHES HOME SERVICES. Painmng,
Iree estimates, work guaranteed. licensed.
610-7768
LICENSED PAINT Coniracior will pain
any avg. size room $75. 1904)613-1271
Email. PerRm75Dollars@aol com
UMEN


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


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


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

BOB'S GUTTERS
Custom made 6" seamless aluminum gut-
lers. Large vanety of colors to choose
Irom, 241-5099. .

4 'fl w 114 iles B!


JAMES WYNNE Repairs Inc. Brick, lock
concrete, carpentry, drywall. .New con-
struction & repairs. 333-1388.
ALLIANCE BUILDER GROUP, INC.
General Contractor. CGC 1505263.
Commercial & Residential New homes,
room additions,' remodeling, stucco,
siding. Quality .Guaranteed. Affordable
prices. Free estimates. (904)234-1179.


C&J HANDYMAN Services. Carpentry,
Drywall. Painting. Paperhanging, Tiling.
elc Licensed, Insured 9550593
241-1461.
HANDYMAN, SPECIALIZING in small re.
pairs/low voltage electrical 30yrs expert.
ence Steve 994-6548
HANDYMAN- EXPERIENCED and very
dependable lor quality repairs, service
calls, painting, improvements and miscel-
laneous lobs. DAVE 246-6628.
KP HOME IMPROVEMENT INC
Painting, carpentry, water proohng, press.
sure washing, tile work, drywall
904-241-7023.
ONE CALL HANDLES IT ALL
Specializing in kitchens, cabinets. balth
rooms, tile, doors, windows, ronedr wood.
termite damage roof leaks, drywall.
decks, 'etc Honest. top quality work.
LOWEST PRICES AT THE BEACH.
19041710-3784.


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


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2000 SPORTSMEN 32 n. travel Irailer
w, slide sel-up in Jax Beacrh $9,300 OBO.
(904; 662-4)25


2006 FORD F-350. 6.0 diesel dually. King
Ranch, crew cab, loaded 10,000mi.
'$48,500. 502-6629.
MAZDASTANDARD trans, regular cab &
bed greal shape 90k/miles $3200 OBO
247-4527.
2002 AVALANCHE. '48,000 miles. Garage
kept Street Pilor GPS. Sonar backup sys-
lem While $18.000 lirm (9041 241-0913
between 3 and 5 p.m.
1994 DODGE Caravan, automatic, runs
great 'Good condition. $1000. Please call
307-0321.
.2001 FORD Explorer XLT. Immaculate
condition. low mides. leather interior.
PW/PL, cruise, CD $7400 OBO
887-9030.
1998 FORD F150,.black, topper, 42,000
miiles. excellent condition. $9900 OBO.
759-8925.


TONY'S LAWN Care 992-8728


WATERMARK CONSTRUCTION
Finish carpentry, decks and tile.
(850)443-1237.


1994 MONTE Carlo, 2door, runs good,
A/C. $1500 OBO. 334-5294.
1996 FORD Taurus, looks apd- runs good.
1st $2000 O6BO. 334-5294. :
2003 VOLVO V70 Wagon- blue metallic,
loaded, tan leather. 'Great condition,
$15,900. Call 710-8.121.,
2005 MERCEDES BENZ. 4 seat converti-
ble, silver, 7000 miles loaded DisaDlea;
Firefigntiermusl sell. $54,500 247-7673.
1991 CADILLAC Seville, 4door, loaded,
new lires. $1500 OBO. 312-1969.
2002. CAMARO convertible Z28,
12,600 miles, exc. condition. $22,500. Call
249-8282 or 742-1823 ask E.T
1998 MERCURY Mystique New A/C.
clean, good condition. $2,000. 280-8782.
1989 FORD Mustang Convertible,
12,000 miles on rebuilt engine. needs
some TLC. New brakes, tires. Runs good
$1500 firm. 571-1112.
2002 HONDA CIVIC LX Coupe, aulomal-
ic, low miles, $11,500 OBO. 992-9017
WHIRLPOOL ELECTRIC range $75. G.E.
refrigerator $100 349.2402.


1991 DODGE Dynasty. Blue Book $2,100.
Must Sell $1,400 OBO. Excellent shape
716-2586.
1996 HONDA Accord LX, 140,000 miles,
silver/grey, leather, very clean, automatic,
sunrool, new tires. p/w. p/s. lilt $5,200
280-1513, 866-3346
1978 PORSCHE 911SC Targa, all re-
cords. Runs greal, needs paint. $7500.
1987 Mercedes 560SL, 86,000mi. Both
tops, excellent condition $16.500
1985 Mercedes 380 SL, 141.QOOmi Boln
tops, excellent condition. $12.500.
(904)826-3327.


1999 LEXUS GS400, silver, fully loaded, 2000 CADILLAC STS, platinum, 24,000
mini condition $16,900 (904)273-3068. miles, sunroot. alloy wheels, 6 CD, 3yr ex-
1981 240 DL Volvo. 226K, decent paint. 2tended warranty. Northlar $15,500 00.
safe car dnves nice, A/C works but leaks ,.. .. .
$800 OBO 860-0865.


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June 21, 2006


The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader


BASEBALL BRACKET WINNERS


Mickelson meltdown leaves


Ogilvy with U.S. Open title


Pnolo suMmlitea
The Jax Beach Rookie A All-Stars 8-and-under team won its bracket in the Lake City
qualifier tournament June 10. Bracket winners are invited to the state tournament June
29 in West Palm Beach.-Front row, from left: Michael Ossi, E.J. Mizerany, Chase
Robinson, Joey Harrison, Braxton Silva, Zachary Malz. Second row: Austin Silva, Chase
Dubin, Ben Bolena, Nathan Rollings, Skyler Shields, Gabe Lozada. Third row: Coaches
Scott Dubin, Bill Shields, Larry Rollings, Sam Mizerany.



SPORTSBRIEF


Baseball School
The Sunshine Baseball School
will take place at-Wingate Park
in Jacksonville Beach June 26-
29.
Instruction takes place
Monday to Thursday from 8:30
a.m. until 3:30 p.m.
The Sunshine Baseball School
features instruction from
Fletcher varsity coach Kevin
Brown, and current Senators
assistant coaches Dr. Jim
Timmons and Boomer
Bernstein. Cost is $125 per ses-
sion and includes lunches,
drinks and T-shirt. For more
information contact Timmons
at 223-1664 or 521-2687.

Basketball' Camp
Matt Kilcullen's Osprey
Basketball Camp will take place
at the ULniversity of North
Florida June 26-30 and July 3-7


for kids ages 8 to 17;
Camp is conducted in the
UNF Arena, an air-conditioned
facility with three regulation-
size courts and two half-courts.
Lunch is included as part of the
camp tuition. For more infor-
mation phone 620-2494 or
620-2495.
Go*
Tommy Hulihan's Beaches
Basketball Camp at St. Paul's
.School takes place July 24-28.
Camp for those entering grades
3-5 is from 8 a.m. until 11 a.m.
Camp for grades 6-9 takes place
from 12:30 p.mr: until 3:30
p.m.
Cost is $85, but registration
after July 1 is $90. For more
information visit www.beaches-
basketball.com or phone
Tommy Hulihan at 349-2611.
Wrestling Clinic


A summer wrestling clinic
will begin June 27 at the
Fletcher High School cafeteria.
Practices will take place
Tuesday and Thursdays from 6
p.m. until 7:30 p.m.
Participants will train for USA
Wrestling events and will be
able to compete in Freestyle,
Greco-Roman and Folkstyle
(collegiate/high school style)
tournaments. Clinic is open to
wrestlers or aspiring wrestlers
ages 6-12. A current Duval
County athletic physical is
required to participate.
Cost of the clinic is $40 with
USA Wrestling membership and
$15 without membership.
Upon completion a team T-shirt
will also be given to each
wrestler.
For more information contact
Roy Fallon at 233-5008 or e-mail
at BchlCXVwrestling@cs.com.


Don't let it be said that
Geoff Ogiivy didn't win
the U.S. Open, that Phil
Mickelson lost it. Ogiivy won it
hands down, fair and square.
Ogilvy didn't stumble on the
18th hole, he was as steady as
rain in Rangoon all the way
Sunday.
That's what cashes in at any
major golf tournament, espe-
cially one that is crammed with
pressure as the U.S. Open.
While Mickelson was no
doubt mentally taking bows,
mentally popping champagne
corks and drooling over the
thought of his fourth major in
tow, Ogiivy just stayed steady
on the course, didn't let dis-
couragement get in the way of
his pursuit of the champi-
onship himself and never mind
what Mickelson might be
doing.
The old saying, there's many
a slip twixt the cup and the lip
must have been born in
Scotland in the old days
because hoot, mon, it fits golf
to the tee. In this game, there's
many a slip twixt the cup and
the club.
The news photos and televi-
sion accounts that showed
Pitiful Phil moping and moan-
ing about his lost title by way
of a shameful double bogey on
the final hole, didn't show the
remorse of those who came
closer than fine hair them-
selves.
It didn't show Colin
Montgomerie or lim Furyk in
their final finish in a tie for sec-
ond with Mickelson after being
in the running all the way. Fans
were actually pulling for Colin
for a change.
You want sadness? How
about those who didn't blow it
in the final round, but never
even got there, missing the cut?
Ask David Duval how he felt
when his game collapsed. Ask
the great Tiger Woods; whose
fans refused to believe that he is
a mortal, after all.
David Duval sparked some
long lost hope among his faith-
ful by firing a 68 on Friday. It
was like Lazarus almost making
it out of his grave.


REX EDMONDSON
PRESS BOX

David had said he was really
ready to play before it started,
then followed that 68 with a
75. The gods of golf often tease
their victims before devouring
them.
Weep no more for Phil, baby.
There are too many other casu-
alties. The Open has claimed its
victims again.
Years ago a comic named Red
Buttons had a routine that start-
ed off with his hand to his ear
and-almost singing, "Strange
things are happening..."
His act would be timely with
the Major League baseball
scramble today that sees the
Atlanta Braves losing almost
every game they play after win-
ning 14 straight division titles,
and the last place Florida
Marlins in a winning streak
from last place, which could
dump the Braves into the cellar
for the first time in eons.
The New York Mets are lead-
ing the NL East with a margin
so comfortable the second place
Philadelphia Phillies, one of the
preseason picks to win it 'all, are
struggling to stay within a long
distance call.
The Detroit Tigers, who
haven't been in the World
Series in 22 years and only
twice in 60 years, are making
serious signs they could win the
AL Central division.
At least the Yanks and BoSox
are feuding for first place, one
of the few natural events in big
time baseball.
The Los Angeles Dodgers have
finally snapped out of a slumber
that had heads shaky from the
front office, and as of Sunday,
were back in first place. Actually,


that division is the closest in all
of baseball, only 2.5 games sepa-
rating first from last.
Hate to discourage any team
here m June, but if you're a bet-
ting Kansas City Royals fan,
best you figure out a way to
cover your losses before it's too
late. Local fans may not
remember when the Suns were
chattel in me Royals' empire.
KC was big and dangerous
then, but hard times have
come.
Jacksonville was also a colony
for Detroit and got some good
talent at times. The Suns were
slaves to Montreal's Expos, too,
and now the Expos have
become the Washington
Nationals. Strange.
In Atlanta, the fans are get-
ting surly and may become
dangerous. For years the Braves
were the team to beat They still
are. Trouble is, everybody is
doing it.


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Use your head and wear a


helmet when motorcycling


B en Roethlisberger
wouldn't think about
going out on the field
during a Steelers game and
not wearing his helmet or
his shoulder pads. The
young quarterback certainly
appreciates the need for pro-
tection.
So it seems odd that he
would get on his black 2005
Suzuki Hayabusa, the world's
fastest motorcycle for legal
street riding, and not wear a
helmet. He had stated before
that this was something that
he had just always done, but
after a serious accident last
week, his attitude is likely to-
change.
Roethlisberger sustained a
fracture of his jaw which did
require surgery, and had a
few of his teeth knocked out
as well. While he is lucky to
be alive, he is incredibly for-
tunate that he did not suffer
brain injury, or severe injury
to his throwing arm or his
knees.
It is unfortunate that it
takes such a serious injury to
serve as the necessary wake
up call for an athlete who
thinks he is invincible, but
this seems to be becoming
more of a common occur-
rence.
Roethlisbeiger joins a
growing list of high-profile
athletes who have sustained
severe injuries while riding a
motorcycle, including skier
Herman Maier, football play-
er Kellen Winslow, and bas-
ketball.star Jason Williams.
In .Jy 2003, former Duke
star a then current
Chi :.Bull Jason Williams
suffer career ending
injurJ' While riding.a.
moto cle. Williams, 21,
tore t' anterior cruciate lig-
amen f his knee, fractured
his leggand sustained severe
nerve 'dmage to the leg as
well. f was a riding a new
motor cle that reportedly
hit a 3b, lost control and
slammed into a pole.
Aftermnissing most of his
first se on with a broken
leg, lasIyear Cleveland
Brown 'Kellen Winslow also
tore up his knee after crash-
ing his new motorcycle and
has yet to return to competi-
tion. While he was wearing a


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GREGORY:
SMITH, M.D.
CONTRIBUTOR


helmet, it was not strapped
on and flew off during the
crash.
Alpine skier Herman Maier
almost lost his leg after a
2001 motorcycle crash which
required seven hours of sur-
gery and a titanium rod to
stabilize his fracture.
While there may be noth-
ing that is more fun than
riding a motorcycle, there
may be nothing more dan-
gerous.
Just think about it, if you
are in a car you are required
to wear a seatbelt, and have
airbags all around you. But
if you want to climb on a
motorcycle, you really
require no protection, not
even a helmet.
In July 2000, Florida elimi-
nated the legal requirement
that all motorcycle riders
wear helmets., State law now
requires helmet use only by


riders under the age of 21, or
older riders who do not carry
at least $10,000 of medical
insurance.
As was expected by most
medical personnel, with the
repeal of the helmet law, the
number of fatalities has gone
up dramatically, some 81
percent according to the
National Transportation and
Safety Bureau. There was
also a 40 percent increase in
the number of injured
motorcyclists who were
admitted to hospitals.
Admissions for head
injuries increased by 82 per-
cent as well. Florida crash
reports also show that while
riders under 21 are required
to wear a helmet, use also
declined sharply in this age
group, while fatalities nearly
tripled after the law change
according to the National
Transportation Safety Board.
If you are going to ride,
use your head and wear your
helmet.
This column is written to
discuss issues regarding sports,
medicine, and safety. It is not
intended to serve as a replace-
ment for treatment by your reg-
ular doctor. It is only designed
to offer guidelines on the pre-
vention, recognition, and care
of injuries and illness. Specific
concerns should be discussed
with your physician. Mail your
questions to Gregory Smith,
MD Sportsmedicine, 1250 S.
18th Street, Suite 204,
Fernandina Beach, Fl 32034.


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