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Title: The Beaches leader
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Beaches Leader
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Beach Fla
Creation Date: June 28, 2006
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Table of Contents
    Section A: Main
        page A 1
        page A 2
        page A 3
    Section A: Main: Opinion
        page A 4
    Section A: Main: Police Beat
        page A 5
    Section A: Main: Business
        page A 6
    Section A: Main: Calendar
        page A 7
    Section A: Main: Obituaries
        page A 8
    Section A: Main: Beach Living
        page A 9
    Section A: Main: Beach Living: Weddings
        page A 10
    Section A: Main: Beach Living continued
        page A 11
        page A 12
    Section B: Sports
        page B 1
        page B 2
        page B 3
        page B 4
        page B 5
    Section B: Sports: Classifieds
        page B 6
        page B 7
        page B 8
        page B 9
        page B 10
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Reaching out by
teaching yoga to others

See A-9


MIDWEEK EDITION
JUNE 28, 2006


Find a new
car in
Classifieds
B-6


Jags training camp
around the corner

See B-1


Vol. 43, No. 106


LEADER


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


AB board

meeting

Thurs. on

land codes

FROM STAFF
The Atlantic Beach
Community Development
Board Thursday is scheduled
to reconvene its meeting to
discuss proposed develop -
ment standards aimed at pre- ..
serving the community char- u
acter of the Old Atlantic
Beach neighborhood.
The meeting begins at .7
p.m.. at the Adele Grage
Cultural Center, 716 Ocean
Boulevard. The public is inyit-
ed to attend but there will be
no public comment because
that portion of the meeting
was held last week.
The board discilssed the
issue at its regularly scheduled
meeting June 20. But the pub-
lic hearing portion went until
roughly 11:15 p.m. and board
members decided to recess the'... -' -. A. i.
meeting due to the late hour. PhotobyUZArMITCHELL
The proposedhanges have Skateboarders warm up the ramp before a best trick contest judged by legendary skater and origi-
drawn criticism'm through- nal Z-Boy Tony Alva Sunday at Skatelab in Atlantic Beach. Alva, Jay Adams and Stacy Pbralta
out te cit. were members of the Zephyr Skate Team in the 70's.


Warm weather


+ busy nightlife


= cops on patrol


by LIZA'MITCHELL
STAFF WRITER
Police in Jacksonville Beach
are stepping up patrols to man-
age the after-hours crowds clog-
ging the streets after closing
time in the city's downtown
area.
"Being out at the beach and
driving up and down to see
what is going on is a popular
thing to do," Sgt. Tom Bingham
said Tuesday.
"With that increased amount
of activity we made the decision
to step up police presence."
Bingham ,said three to five
officers with the Dowritown
Citizen Assisted Police Effort
(CAPE) program are scheduled
daily along with regular patrols
to, increase the police presence,
particularly during the busy'
summer months.
! )Anytime you have an
increased amount of people in
one area there is an increased
potential that something will
happen," Bingham said.
"We want everyone to feel
safe and to be safe."
The police department are not


the only ones cracking down.
Business owners are also doing
what they can to ensure the
safety of their customers.
Lynch's Irish Pub at 514 1st
Street North immediately across
from the pier lot hires an off-
duty police officer four nights a
week as a security measure for
patrons as well as the staff.
General manager Keith
Doherty said it is helpful to have
an officer available to mitigate
problems with customers using
false identification or causing a
disturbance in the pub but the
presence is felt outside as well.
"It's helped with people mis-
behaving in the parking lot.
People have said to us that they
appreciate the police being
there," he said. "It's for our
peace of mind and our cus-
tomers peace of mind."
A number of female, cus-
tomers complained of feeling
unsafe, Doherty said, when "a
few undesirables" were recently
observed skulking outside the
restrooms in the pier lot.
See POLICE, A-3


Report shows growth in

homeless populatiqp here


Photo by ASHLEY MILLS
The Sea Turtle Inn's tower of rooms would be expanded
westward if proposed expansion plans are used, :
according to the hotel's owners. A parking garage is
also proposed. See story A-6.


by ASHLEY MILLS
STAFF WRITER
The number of homeless people
at the Beaches increased by more
' than 20 percent in 2005, accord-
ing to a report by the Emergency
Services and Homeless Coalition
of Jacksonville.
The annual report on the state
of homelessness in Duval and
Clay counties,. prepared coopera-
tively by the coalition and the
Northeast Florida Center for
Community Initiatives with the
University of North Florida, docu-
mented an 11 percent increase
throughout both counties.
According to the report, on any
given day last year, more than
2,600 people were homeless in
Duval and Clay counties. The
number of homeless people in the
area has doubled 'since 2000, the
report noted.
The decreasing availability of
affordable housing is the main
culprit, said Wanda Lanier, execu-
tive director of the Emergency


We're not talking about
the single guys with sub-
stance abuse problems
down at the pier. That is
not the face of homeless-
ness.
8AM drerotai Ondy Funkhauser

Services and Homeless Coalition
of Jacksonville. And this problem
is especially acute in the Beaches
communities, she said.
"1 would say affordable housing
is at a crisis point at the beach,"
she said.
Of the homeless individuals
surveyed at the beach, 43 percent
reported an income of at least
$500 each month, with 13 per-
cent earning more than $1,000
each month. Also, 40 percent of
the respondents indicated that
they were currently employed,
according to the report.
See HOMELESS, A-3


At A Giance:

,bver_- 'r = -i omeBeaches residents.
have lost their,homes' over the past 6 months
as affordable housing is sold to make-way for
development, according to BEAM.

* Last- year at this time there were 16 low-
income developments available for BEAM's
clients at the beach. That number is now 5 and
is dwindling rapidly, BEAM reports.

* Lack of0affordable housing is currently the #1
cause of homelessness in the U.S.today and
the .ector ofthe'homeless population growing
at the .fastest rate is "families with children",
according to BEAM.

* The Beaches Housing Coalition was formed in
February 2006 by a core group of social service
agencies. and has a short-term goal to assist
displaced families with resources and to insure
that theyfind 'housing.


BEAM readies for annual

Back to School donations


by LIZA MITCHELL
STAFF WRITER
There are still sLx weeks left of summer but the
Beaches Emergency Assistance Ministry, is
already gearing up for the upcoming school year
by collecting donations for its annual clothing
drive.
The nonprofit organization will sponsor its
13th Back to School With BEAM Clothing and
Shoe Drive from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. July 29
to help needy Beaches families with school-age
children.
Donations will be accepted at the BEAM
offices at 850 6th Ave. S., ste. 400 through July
28. Monetary contributions will also be used to
fund the dental program and purchase school
and dental supplies, underwear, socks and shoe
vouchers.
Dental floss, markers, colored pencils, pencil
bags with a zipper and paperback dictionaries
are not purchased by BEAM but needed by the
thousands of low income children at the
Beaches, organizers said.
The clothing, backpacks and other donated


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items will be sorted July 28 at the Beach United
Methodist Church Life Center at 325 7th Ave. N.
where the drive will be held.
"Many people do not realize how much mis-
sion-work there is to do here in our home com-
munity," BEAM chairperson Karen Wolfson said
in a newsletter detailing the list of items needed.
"Back to School with BEAM ,is essential
because many families now depend on BEAM to
help with the cost of getting their children ready
for school and for their child's dental care."
In 2005, BEAM provided help to over 800 chil-
dren who participated in the dental program.
According to the 2005 demographic report,
approximately 4,500 Beaches' area children live
in homes with an annual income below
$25,000.
Over 2,142 of these children live below the
federal poverty level in homes with incomes at
or below $15,000.
Church groups and civic organizations are
encouraged to collect donations and volunteer
during the giveaway. Call 241-2326 for informa-
tion or send an email to ja.xbeam(n'bellsouth.net.


Subscribe to The Beaches Leader Ca lendar ..............A-7
delivered Wednesday and Friday in the mail at Education .............. A- 1
1/2 the newsstand price. One year-$25 Obituaries ..............A-8
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Photo by ASHLEY MILLS
Lightning in the afternoon Tuesday prompted life-
guards to take in the stands and families to leave the
shoreline.


Opinion ..................A-4
Police Beat ............. A-5
Sports ....................B-I
Weather.................A-2
The Beaches Leader, Inc.
tions, 22 pages


Leader wins 8

state press prizes
FROM STAFF
"The Beaches Leader- /, ,
Ponte Vedra Leader gar-
nered four first-plice /,
awards in the Florida '. /
Press Associations 2005
Better Weekly Newspaper
Contest.
Ponte Vedra Leader edi-
tor Kathy Hartman
placed first in the serious \ /
column category. Sports ---
editor Rob DeAngelo See prize
won a first-place award winners at
for sports photography. www.beach-
Associate editor Johnny esleader.com
WVoodhouse took first-
place awards for feature
writing and obituary writing.
Woodhouse also won a second-place
award for sports game story writing.
DeAngelo also placed third in portfolio
photography.
Staff writer Laura Fowler placed sec-
ond in the feature photography catego-
ry. The Leader also took a third-place
award for individual graphic design.


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BEACHES LEADER'
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readers to submit items of
community interest to the.
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Weddings, engagements,
birth announcements and
obituaries are published free
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Submissions should be
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FROM STAFF
Governor Jeb Bush recently
signed into law a series of bills
to provide additional benefits
to Florida's veterans and
active duty military troops.
House Bill 7127 Relating
to Military Funerals
Establishes a first degree
misdemeanor offense for any.
person who willfully inter-
rupts or disturbs an assembly.
of people who have gathered
to acknowledge the death 6f a
military iveteran.,iwith amilit
.Ars. .funeral i. Iho .ort detail
Florida joins 7 states that
have passed similar legisla-
tion.
Senate Bill 1614 Relating
to License Plates for Members
of the Florida National Guard
Permanently provides free
license plates for active mem-
bers of the Florida National
Guard. The tag is available to
all members and is exempt
from all base taxes and fees.
Senate Bill 122 Relating
to Undergraduate Tuition,
Waivers for Florida Recipients
of the Purple Heart
Provides free undergraduate,
tuition at state colleges and
universities to Florida recipi-
ents of the Purple Heart (and,
combat-related decorations
ranked superior in precedeqrce
to the Purple Hearti and their
children.;
*, House Bill 573 Relating
to Property Taxes for Veterans
Helps veteraii homeowners
maintain ,their current stan-
dard of living by requiring
counties' to reduce certain
property taxes for disabled.
veterans, 65 years of age or
older, in proportion to the ,
percentage of their combat
disability.
Senate Bill "1370 -
Relating to waiving the. resi-
dency requirement for State
Veterans Nursing Homes
Waives state residency
requirements for admission
into State Veterans Nursing
Homes. in the aftermath of
Hurricane Katrina, many'dis-
abled veterans living in -the


Gulf States were displaced
from their nursing homes and
evacuated to Florida facilities.
This legislation allows the
state to continuing providing
,this critical aid. Florida veter-
ans will still be given priority
when moving into any of
Florida's 6 State 'Veterans
Nursing Homes. ,
Senate Bill 2034- Relating
to the Children 'of Deceased
or Disabled Veterans Program
-a.Exttends tbheneducabional
benefitsnot thel Children of
Deceased or Disabled
Veterans 'Program to the
spouses of disabled veterans
.or soldiers -that have been
killed or are missing in,
action. The program provides
eligible Floridians with free
tuition and payment for regis-
tration fees at any institution
'of higher learning in Florida.
For more information on
benefits and assistance for
veterans, please ..visit
www.floridavets.org. For'
more information on;
Governor Bush's commitment
to members of the armed
forces, please visit'
vwwx.my'florida.com.
In 2005, an interim study
conducted by the 'U.S: House,
Military and Veterans' Affairs
Committee ranked Florida
highest overall in providing
benefits to veterans.
"On behalf of all Floridians,
I thank our soldiers and veter-
ans; for their extraordinary
dedication and service to our
country," said Governor
Bush. "Their selfless dedica-
tion to. our country com-
mands not only our respect,
and admiration, but also bur"
willingness to' provide them
and their families with- assis-
tance to improve their quality
of life."


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AROUND THE BEACHES

SSpotlight on Fleet Landing
Celebrate the USA Country Party Fleet Landing of One Fleet Landing Blvd. off
Mayport Road, is featured with a three-photo
The Neptune Beach Senior Activity Center is spread in the current issue of Where to Retire
planning a Celebrate the USA Country Party on magazine. The article features Fleet Landing
Friday. Smoked ribs, chicken, pork, and turkey among continuing-care retirement communi-
will be served along with all the fixings supplied ties (CCRCsi of the Southeast, calling it "ideal
by the covered dishes brought. Pam Kish will for beach and water lovers."
entertain with country music renditions. Also noted is its proximity to hospitals and
Reservations are a must. Call 270-1688 for more cultural events in Jlacksonville, and its extensive
details. roster of wellness programs and club activities.
"Don't wait until you can't enjoy the ameni-
Port Canaveral Cruise ties of a place like Fleet Landing to move,"
advised resident Janice Flock in the article. She
..The,.Neptne., Beiqh,,S nig p Activity Center and her husband; Howard, moved to --Fleet
l's..arranged,aj tJuryd'igy tiip,to PIOrt'ahav'eral 'L..nrdinW'gfrohY Pittsf~fi-g a yeat and a' half ago.-
aboard the Sterling.Casino Lines onf9htursday,;., FieV like tb bike to'the'beach, exhibit two dbgs"
July 20 leaving the Center at 7:30 a.m. returning and travel internationally, the article said.
at 7 p.m. The package includes round trip The coverage in Where to Retire, read by half
transportation, parking, private tour guide, a million people, comes as Fleet Landing
cruise,, private party on board, buffet, soft embarks upon the largest expansion in its histo-
drinks, entertainment, etc. Reservations are ry, a $30 million project that will add 50 new
required and can be made at the Center located homes by spring 2008.
at 2004 Forest Avenue. Call 270-1688 for fur- Established in 1990, Fleet Landing is home to
their information, over 500 adults age 62 and older.


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congressman's reps coming
Beaches for office hours s
Representatives from U.S. Senator Bill,
Ilson's office will hold office hours on-
ursdav at the Jacksonville Beach City Hall
im 3:30, to 5 p.m. The representatives are"
ailable to counsel any Duval Count)' resident,
specially those who require assistance with a
leral issue.
For more information, please call Senatoi
lIson's office at 904-346-4500 or visit his Web
e at http://billnelson.senate.gov.
ayport monument dedicated
A monument was dedicated in Mayport
llage last week commemorating those buried
unmarked graves of the old Spanish/Mayport
.metery. It islocated at the end of Broad Street
:ing the old lighthouse. This accomplish-
ent was achieved by Homer Hull, a director.on
e board of the Mayport Waterfront
rtnership, his supervisor and United States
ivy funding. This memorial is for those who
funded Mayport Village more than 445 years
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Post office Plaza entrance opens
An over seven year effort to provide an access
to the Mayport Road post office from Plaza is for
the most part completed, according to Atlantic
Beach City Manager Jim Hanson.
Hanson Monday said that the Plaza entrance
to the post office at 1001 Mayport Road is open
and only a few "minor" items are left to com-
pleted.
The entrance has long been desired by city
officials. Previously the only exit from the post
office was via Mayport Road. But to turn left
from the post office required crossing three
lanes of speeding traffic. Now, motorists wish-
ing to head south from the post office can exit
onto Plaza and catch the traffic signal to turn
left onto Mayport Road.- '
Hanson said an upcoming median project
along Mayport Road will place a median in
front of the post office, making it impossible to
turn left onto the road from the post office
building. The Plaza entrance has been in the
works for over seven years, said Hanson, who
added that it was one of his first projects when
he became city manager in 1999. The delays in
the project were mostly due to funding prob-
lems on the part of the U.S. Postal Service.


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photo D/BERT INAE
Workers on the dredging ship Enterprise in Palm Valley unload
a shipment of parts for a new dredge pump. Work was halted
more than three weeks ago when the ship's pump failed. Woi
was expected to begin on dredging the Intracoastal Waterwa'
through Palm Valley once the new pump is assembled.



SPolice:


Cont. from A-I
"They felt unsafe. I would
feel unsafe," he said.
"Sometimes people say that
having the police around
antagonizes people but having
them here creates a better
mood. Everyone is more
relaxed."
The recent decision by city
officials to install security
cameras in the pier parking lot
and other sites with large
crowds and, a tendency for
criminal activity is also expect-
ed to chip away at the prob-
lem, police said.
..Doherty ,said.. the .pu.,,also. .,
coo.ducts, itss.own surveillaqrc;,.:
with two., security cameras ..
trained along First Street.
Police investigating crimes in
the area have scanned their
footage for evidence.


But as the city's popular
continues to grow so will
problems, Doherty said.


Future camps

to focus on

teaching other

sport skills

by CHUCK ADAMS
STAFF WRITER

A week-long, introduction-
to-lacrosse clinic. for young-
sters 4 to 8 years old at the
Winston Family YMCA in.
Ponte Vedra Beach drew a good
turnout.
"It's 'a great, fun, fast game,"
said Kelly Dotsikas, a parent
volunteer at the clinic .who
coaches, with. her husband,
fourth-through-eighth-grade
girls, whop play for the Ponte
Vedra Lacrosse Club's
Predators. The lacrosse club is
under the umbrella of the
Ponte 'Vedra Athletic
Association.
All four of Dotsikas' children
daughters Bailey, 9; Emma,
:8; nrid Piper, 6; and 4-year-old
.son Patrick attended the
clinic. She and future husband
BINET Jim Dotsikas played lacrosse at
td the same high school but went
to different North Carolina col-
rk leges, he to Pfeiffer and she to
Gulliford, where they contin-
Y ued to play. Jim Dotsikas was
named All-American,
"The Y is introducing this so
they can have a feeder program
into our Predator program in
the spring," Dotsikas said of a
planned spring league for 4-to-
8-vear-old girls and boys.
The Ponte Vedra Lacrosse
ion Club, under commissioner
the Patti Lombardo, begins at age
9.


"It's the same in any city Bailey, 'the. only Dotsikas
when you could have 3,000 to child old enough to play for
5,000 people walking around
[after closing]. The beach is get-
ting busier and busier. It's the.
natural progression to hire "
"There are going to be some T re
negative aspects. It's a conse-
quence of being successful as a,
community." by LIZA MITCHELL
Jacksonville Beach Mayor STAFF WRITER
Fland Sharp said the police Three Jacksonville men were
presence is good. He noted that arrested early Saturday for
in wRcent, tweges the early mnort-,.. allegedly having sex witl a-13-
ing,,cro~v,..,bave been~ Qlaige, '-vear-'old girl'in'a vacant lot in
that tafhfic.through .the down- "h6 400 block of 1st :Street
town area has been slowed but North, police reported.
the increased police presence is According to police, Brock
keeping problems from devel- Anthony West, 19, was
oping. charged with lewd and lascivi-
ous battery engaging in sexual
activity with .a person under


S- photo by CHUCK ADAMS
Counselor Amanda Santillo gives instruction to Katie Cramer,
who is attending a five-day lacrosse clinic at the Winston Family,
YMCA.


the Predators, said she's been
having fun with lacrosse.
Courtesy of her parents, she.
knew quite a bit about the
game when she started, but has
learned "stick skills, cradling,
scooping up ground balls.
"I do midfield, goalie and
sometimes offense," she said.
Bailey Dotsikas was given a
lacrosse stick when she was "3
or 4," said her mother. "She's a
good athlete. It's a fun sport,
quick on the feet, takes a lot of
hand-eye-foot coordination."
The younger players are
when they start lacrosse, the
better they will be when they
reach high school and college.
Lacrosse was the Y's second
summertime sports program.
Two weeks of basketball ended
recently. The first week was for
4 to 9 year olds. Sixty kids took
part. The second was for 10-to-
14-vear-olds. Twenty partici-
pated.
This week's YMCA offering is:


ah indoor soccer program for
4-to-8-year-olds. Forty-five
have signed up. Soccer will
run, as lacrosse did,. Monday
through Friday, 9 a.m. to noon,
in the Winston Y gym.
Mary Anne Thomas 'is the
YMCA's membership director
and Steve Alger its sports,
director. Kristen Bardes, the Y's
programs director, will be one
of the soccer instructors.
SA week of arena football will
be held July 17-21, also from 9
a.m. to noon. Alger will teach
that program.
Also on tap is a volleyball
clinic.
1"We're going to have a vol-
leyball clinic July 24-26,"
Thomas said Wednesday.
"That's for older kids, 8-11."
Volleyball will be taught by
parent volunteer Sarah
Barnhard, who played colle-
giately and also plays beach
volleyball' in Jacksonville
Beach.


S"We're very excited to have
her," said Thomas.
Sports programs new to the
Winston Y this summer are
adaptive aquatics and adaptive
yoga for special needs children.
"Excellent programs, said
Thomas. "We've got 7-9 chil-
dren in the adaptive aquatics,
and Eileen' Davieg is teaching
that. That's an on-going, pro-
gram every Tuesday."
For more information about
YMCA sports programs,
Thomas and Alger can be
reached at 543-9622.
The lacrosse program fea-
tured, as counselors,. Nease.
lacrosse players and older
Predators. Among ,the male
counselors were Chandler
Barden, Mike McCall, Teddy
Hughes and Patrick Thomas.
The Predators 'included
Amanda Santillo, Anna Egeln
and Natalie Hughes.
Alger, a four-sport athlete in
high school who played foot-
ball at Ithaca College, moved
to Florida from New York,
where lacrosse is a big sport.
"I had a lot of parents
approach me, asking if we were
going to do anything with
lacrosse," said Alger. "Then I
met with Patti Lombardo of
the PVAA. We decided we
would do a feeder program
into their Predators."
The lacrosse clinic was limit-
ed to 25 youngsters, but Alger
said he had a waiting list of 20.
S"Parents were calling to see if
they could get their child in.
The first day the kids came in,
no one wanted to pick up a
stick. They wanted to shoot
baskets. And now they all have
sticks and they're playing."
The clinic taught the young-
sters the basics of lacrosse, with
a tournament held the last day
of camp.


en arrested on sex charges
? te t i %h ar'P gi -r e's#1;: .. =


16. Thomas Lebron Andrews,
25, and Javaris Lenard Thomas,
24, were both charged with
unlawful sexual activity,
according to the police report.
Officers' conducting' a_ prop-
erty chck-bf the fishing plt-er at
5 a.m. watched through binoc-
ulars a man exit a vehicle with
a female occupant and pull his
pants up from his ankles.
West was then observed get-
ting into the car's back seat and


the two other men headed over
the walkover to the beach,
police reported.
When police approached the
car, it appeared that only West
wasin the back seat but;"the
girl; d:ad 'onlv in at' jetsey-t'pe
shirt, raised her head, police
said.


The girl repeatedly told
police that she was 18 but
police finally determined that
she was only 13.
Thomas and Andrews were
arrestedcLater.We t I~d-pqLcetd
' the beach whee--rher.et hi
belongings and identification.


HOmieless:

Cont. fromA-1
Although these individuals,
are working or receiving bene-
fits, the problem is that they'
cannot afford housing, Lanier
said.
"A lot of these folks would
do okay if they just had an
affordable. place to live," she
: said.:, .: ',. : :
Lanier worked with one
woman who was employed as
a waitress at a country club at
the beach but slept in the
woods because she could not
afford a place to live near her
work, she said.
The coalition does not advo-
cate building shelters but does
work to encourage the devel-.
opment of affordable housing
for low-income workers who,
are a necessary pillar of the
beaches economy, Lanier said.
"People who are working
service industry or,'blue-collar
jobs can't even afford a place;
to live down here'," she said.
In the past year, more than
800 families.have been' forced
out of affordable housing at
the beach and often relocate to
other parts of Jacksonville.
This trend will have a pro-
found effect on the. Beach'
economy, and the availability
of workers to fill low income
jobs, said Cindy Funkhouser,
the executive director 'of
BEAM, as she noted the grow-
ing number of "Help Wanted"
signs that decorate the store-
fronts up and down Third
Street. I .
In the coalition's report, nro
homeless families were docu-
mented receiving assistance at
the Beach in 2005. That is
because practically no
resources are available for fam-
ilies at the Beach, she said.
With. an unemployment rate
of less than 3 percent in
Jacksonville, low income
Workers. who are forced to
move into the city are not
going to drive back out to the
Beach to work, she said.
Also, for those workers who
do not have cars, public trans-


Chamber hosts programs


portation to the beach may be
an impractical option. A wait-
ress from the Waffle House in
Jacksonville Beach was dis-'
placed from her home and
relocated 'to Art Museum
Drive. On the bus system, it
took her two hours to traverse
the 14. miles between her
home and work, Funkhouser
said. ': .
"The bus system is ridiculous,
out here," she said. "The econ-
omy is going to suffer."
The manager of the Sawgrass
Marriott Resort and Spa in
Ponte Vedra Beach has spoken
specifically to the Beaches
Housing Coalition about how
he is "hurting terribly for
workers," especially in the past.
year, she said.


The Jacksonville Regional
' chamber of Commerce's.
Beaches Division will offerthe
following programs:
"How to Sell to the Local,
State & Federal Government".
Seminar
Thursday, July 6
Beaches Chamber office
325 Jacksonville Dr.
Cost: $25
1-4 p.m.
'RSVP required: Call 249-
3868

Beaches Monthly Mixer
Tuesday, July 11 (Please note
date change). ', "
5:30 7:30 p.m.
Atlantic Coast Federal '
1700 S. 3rd St., Jacksonville
Beach
No Charge ,


"The full pictureis.that these
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AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
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AMENDING CHAPTER 27 UNIFIED
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SEC.)27-227 SPECIAL RESTRICTIONS
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The Leader's Opinion


Notice that isn't


timely usually


loses its value


Three water samples taken in April from JEA's service
area in Ponte Vedra tested positive for bacteria. That
prompted the utility company to send out a cautionary,
letter to customers nearly two months later.
The samples exceeded the level of total coliform a
harmless bacteria generally found in the environment
but tested negative for harmful fecal bacteria and E. coll.
In a June notice, JEA assured customers that their,.
drinking water was safe and made it clear that there was
no emergency situation that would have required resi-
dents to boil their water.
The state Department of Environmental Protection
(DEP) sent a letter to JEA on June 6 ordering the utility
to notify the 1,950 customers in Ponte Vedra that were
impacted. .
The notification letter sent to residents does warn'
against some health impacts.
People with severely compromised immune systems,
infants, and some elderly may have been at increased
risk for health impacts, the letter noted. Coliform relat-
ed symptoms can include diarrhea, clamps, nausea and
possibly jaundice, headaches and fatigue, according to
the letter.
In this instance JEA officials said the bacteria found in
the April samples would not have caused-any health
problems.
\Ve maintain that a notice sent more thansix weeks.
after polluted water is found was a bureaucratic waste.
It's really very simple:
If residents need to be notified, they need to be noti-
fied promptly.
If there really is no danger to public health, then no"
notice is necessary.
The state requirement on notification ought to man-
date any necessary notice be done in a timely manner -
not weeks after an infant may have possibly been fed for-
mula made with contaminated water or an invalid given
possibly polluted water. ,
The recent notice to residents said "This is not an
emergency. Your water is safe."
Without timely notice, however, residents are left
wondering when they might be told if the water is ever
unsafe. Late notice does not serve the public's interests.


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Imitation isn't a flattery


W A ith summer camps
in full swing, cos-
tume shops are feel-
ing a business surge. You've
got your drama camps, your
Vacation Bible Schools with
its attendant skits, your cos-
tume requests for sleep away
camps, etc. I was in a cos-
tume shop yesterday for one
of the above, and noticed the.
celebrity aisle. You can buy
costumes that dress you up as
some famous person.
I know that celebs are in
constant search for publicity,
but it's running pretty thin to
say that this type of PR is any
kind of compliment. I mean,
think about it. If you're so
notably peculiar that they can
make a Halloween costume of
you, then maybe you need to
step back and regroup.
In fact, this needs to be
S some kind of red flag that a
total reincarnation is neces-
sary. Last Halloween I was at a
Lpai' H and d wo4rmnant dressed
rup'" a' Michael .Jacksbn.
Which, to no surprise, she
pulled off with no problem.
All the oddities that make this
dude who he is make it easy to
mimic him. Remember Boy
George? Same deal. The rock
group KISS ? Just give me a
skin tight bodysuit, hideous
wig, platform boots, and face


paint and I'm all over it.
And no matter where your
political loyalties lie, its
always fun to see someone
pull off an imitation of the
President. These men easily
become "caricature-able"
because we know their body
* language and signature quirks
so well after years of seeing
them in the daily news.
The stars who have no car-
toon quality about their' gt!l
off sicott free in this regard., i
they're ethereally beautiful or
wildly handsome but have no
other gimmicks, then its hard"
to "dress up" as. them, save
plastering a magazine cover to
your face. But give me Popeye
or Cher, and there's a costume
in there waiting to break out.
I think Tom Cruise should


be worried. He may
face is too hands
body too studly to r
pooning, but put oi
white underwear, da
bobby socks and si
hairbrush and 90%
would guess who
Throw in a badge
Obnoxious and I
and you've just gr
remaining 10%.'
My son dressed
one time. It was n
His school was havi
day, and the th
"Come Dressed
Parent".
All the nice child
dressed as you wou
the boys as their da
sion and the girls
mom's. My son pu
band and rollers in
white face cream, a
a Starbucks cup as h
bathrobe and slippe
prised -he. wasn't-A
td -the'grocery"sto
but he must have r
time.
They say the gre
terry is imitation. I'
sure anymore.
-Von Thron is a p
who lives with her hu
children in Neptune B


Letters to the editor:


New York is busy but walkov


not needed for its pedestrian


To the editor:
I have been a resident of the Beaches for
my entire life and the beach I know now
hardly resembles the beach of my childhood.
Of course growth is inevitable, especially in
Florida, and, despite my somewhat curmud-
geonly'attitude towards this growth, there is
still no place I would rather call home.
Growth is inevitable, but must we sacrifice
aesthetics and good old-fashioned common
sense for this surge in population and
increase in traffic?
One of the first rules we learn as a child is
to look both ways before crossing the street.
This rule serves us well through childhood,
into our teen years, and finally into adult-
hood as we take our first steps, learn to ride a
bike, and, finally graduate to the all-impor-
tant automobile. This is a rule we never for-
get and one can always see heads craning left
to right and back again at an intersection. 1
cannot comprehend how increased traffic
would suddenly make us forget this rule thus
necessitating an overhead walkway.
I do believe that overhead walkways are
important on roads that are virtually impass-
able, such as 1-95, roads where ten lanes of


speeding cars spell certain doom foi
ans. But Third Street 411il never be I
is not impossible to cross Third as
looks both ways- I have seen it d
done it myself innumerable time
understand the argument for the
families with small children, but jus
a larger gap in traffic- don't try to
Yukon that is racing 45mph down'
I think it is very important to
walking at the Beaches. In a place
natural beauty as the Jacksonville B
is a shame that the most used m
transportation is the automobile.
This overhead walkway will cos
amount of money that could be bet
beautifying actual sidewalks in the
of Town Center, making walking at
far more enjoyable.
When I first read of this issue I tl
the trips I have taken to large cit
whose traffic make ours look inco
tial. Where are the overhead wal
New York City ,or Boston? Only
major highways.
Scot


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Spaces

for, cars

are not

easy to

find at.

Beaches


Think his
some and he lax Beaches aren't
merit lam- |part of the space pro-
n a pair of .. gram, at least that
ark glasses, involving outer space. Our
ing into a problem is auto space. Onr
of people weekends, especially during
you are. special community events, a
that says parking place near the ocean
Misguided, is often just a dream. At
abbed the opening day this year, I
searched in vain for a spot
up as me somewhere within hiking dis-
not pretty. tance of the parade route and
ng a spirit finally gave up.
ieme was. As Northeast Florida gets
As Your more and more populous, it
seems the situation can only
dren came get worse. Possibly, the most
ild expect, frequently uttered prayer
id's profes- hereabouts will become,
s as their "Hail, Mary, full ot grace, help
it a head- me find a parking place."
i his hair, Apparently, some able-bod-
nd carried ied scofflaws may be utilizing
e wore my the locations reserved for dis-
rs. I'm sur- abled people. One recent
wearing-a. -newspaper rant: "Lately; I
5hrniYWNify" ;hav -sben so many cafs
rrd againn"' parked in handicapped' spaces
run out of with no handicap sticker in
the car. I don't think this is
latest flat- fair to us who have to walk
'm not so quite a ways to a parking spot
in this Florida heat. If we can
pediatrician park in the right space, so can
isband and these people who are taking
each. up the spaces."
I imagine some disabled
persons occasionally forget to
display their handicap plac-
ard. I can't believe very many
non-handicapped people,fac-
ing a fine of $250i, would
brazenly occupy a "handi-
Scapped only" spot. Those so
S inclined could be tripped up.
by a law-abiding citizen who
snapped a picture of the vehi-
cle's license tag and the sign
for referral to the local police
department. When the cad
I :' received a ticket, maybe it
r pedestri- would have been written with
-95 and it a Parker pen. Ha, ha.
long one Of course, a shortage of
done and parking spaces tends to gener-
es. I do ate intense competition
safety of among drivers and sometimes
st wait for "parking place rage." In the
beat the movie "Fried Green
Third;:,. Tomatoes," remember' the
promote exquisite revenge that Kathy
as rich in Bates' normally good-hearted
leaches, it character inflicted on the two
method of flippant, mocking females
who zipped into the spot
st a large she'd been patiently waiting
tter spent to be vacated? She rammed
e manner their car, an inadvisable but
the beach understandably satisfying
comeuppance. (She done fried
thought of those tomatoes!!)
ies, cities Probably there's no practi-
insequen- cal way to increase signifi-
!kways in cantly the land for temporari-
over the ly leaving motor vehicles.
Allegedly, enterprising resi-
tie Kapel dents elsewhere rent otit parts
of their property for parking,
per diem. To me, this doesn't
look very feasible or desirable.
The motorists could do a
bang-up job on my car---or
-" my house.
God forbid that the price of
gasoline rises high enough to
solve the auto parking prob-
lem automatically. In that
unhappy event, maybe we
could ride pogo sticks----no
parking; no gas; and good for
a- either a lad or a lass.


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Palms gets a


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AB commission

Angry mayor calls owner

a 'slumlord' and warns

that city will be watching"

condition of property


by JEFFREY MINTON
STAFF IVRITER
The owner of the' con-
demned Palms Apartments -
which Atlantic Beach ci tV offi-
cials recently said have
become, a "haven" for illegal.
activity has cleaned up the.
property enough to avoid ,
having the buildings demol-
'.ished'by the city ,
But the City Commission
Monday. said -it is still not
pleased with the condition of
the property in the 100 block
of Atlantic Gardens Circle and
say the current Por future
owner of the parcel will be on
a short leash until the proper-
ty is completely redeveloped.'
The owner of tie dilapidated
apartments, Sunil Kologi' of
Clifton, Va., in a recent letter
to the city said that the prop-
erty is under contract to be
purchased and redeveloped'
"into desirable housing."
Mayor Don Wolfson at
Monday's commission meet-
ing had some strong words for.
SKologi, who'was not present
at the meeting. Wolfson said
that he recently received a let-"
ter from Kologi saying that he
wanted to be a good neighbor
to the city.
"I find that to be offensive.'
He is, in my opinion the
truest sense of the word, a
slumlord ... that location pro-,
vided affordable housing jfor
members of the community
who needed it and he ran it
into the ground. I am sorry
he's not here because I have a
few .Lther choice wpxs,, (fr
.him,". ,,oolfson told ,Jol A
attorney -Paul 'Harden., who is'
.representing Kologi in the
matter. "This [property] is an
.embarrassment for this com-
munit." '
m n "The best thing for this.
community is for him to close,
[on a deal to sell the property]
and get the heck :out of
town." .
The apartments were con-
demned by' the city in July
2005 for numerous code vio-
lations. And since that time
the vacant buildings became a
-'"haven" for prostitutes, drug
'dealers and transients, say city


officials. Police recently found
'drtig paraphernalia, used con-
doms, human waste, rotten
food items and dead rodents
and cats on the property.
Some juveniles were also
recently caught attempting to
drain' the apartment's stag-
nant pool water to 'use it for
skateboarding. And the prop-,
erty was riddled. with trash
and leftover items from for-
mer tenants, police said. '
The commission two weeks
ago threatened to demolish
the buildings if'.the property
was Oot cleaned up and the",
buildings boarded and
scoured against trespassers by
June 26;.
During the last two weeks-
Kologi hired a 24-hour, seven
day per week private security.
company to guard the proper-
ty and has had much of trash
cleaned up. New wood has
also been placed on all the"
building's windows and no
trespassing signs have been
placed throughout the proper-
ty, say Atlantic Beach police,
who presented the commis-
sion pictures of the property
taken Monday morning.
Kologi in the letter said that
the pool water will be drained
and kept that way to avoid
safety and health hazards.
But city. commissioners
Monday that they want to see
more done to the property
and instructed city staff to
write Kologi with their expec-
tations for the property.
The commission among
other things want the pool
fileqi mprI J ighti gf'q J.
the parcel f-rom adjacent rest-
dents.
And Wolfson told Harden
that Kologi or the prospective
owner, who is also represent-
ed by the attorney, will not be
given any leeway if more
problems with the property
arise.
"I ,have no confidence in
your. client. Don't want any
latitude for this man," he
said. .
[And] there will be no for-
giveness for 'the next one
[owner]."
1. ,


by LIZA MITCHELL
STAFF WRITER '
Two fireworks vendors i
north Jacksonville Beach star
ed the week off with a ban
Monday after gunshots wei
j fired at 11:45 a.m. near a shoj
ping plaza in the 1700 block
3rd Street North.,
The couple told police tha
they observed an unknown
male suspect point a gun .:
two people 'and said they toc
cover behind a display tab:
%when they heard gunfire. The
called 911 .after seeing the su
.pect and three other men -ru
north through the plaza.
According to police,' the vi
tims both 17 -,-- were plain
ning to meet one of the su
pects at the convenience stoi
for a fight but were met by fou
suspects, one of them wieldir
a black revolver, police report
ed.
One of the' suspects struic
one of the teens in the. back o
the head with the gun befoi
the group fled west on 17t
Ave. N.. police reported
A second witness told polite
that she and a friend we;
going to the 8TilLate in tli
plaza store when they saw ti
suspects approach the victim
One of the men was wearing
black glove and pointed a gu
at her as she got in her car t
leave.
She also called 911 when st


heard gunshots, police said,
and noted that the suspect had
a black tattoo on his. left 'arnm
n between his elbow' and shoul-
t- der.
ig Another witness told police
re the suspects jumped into a
p- waiting red four-door
of Chevrolet Malibu.
Two bullet holes were found
at in the ceiling of the plaza.


ATLANTIC BEACH'
No new reports.
NEPTUNE BEACH
A simple battery was report-"
ed June 25 in the 100 block of
First Street. An arrest was
made in the incident.
Jason Todd Swindell, 32, of
Neptune Beach was arrested
and charged with possession
of cocaine and a warrant for
giving worthless check June
25 in the 100. block of First
Street, according to a police
report.
,.- *
A simple battery was report-
ed June 25 in the 100 block of
First Street.
A vehicle was reported van-r
dalized June 21 in the 500
block of Atlantic Boulevard.
.... .
Four tires .were reported
stolen June 21 from a business
in the 1300 block of Atlantic
Boulevard.
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PONTE VEDRA BEACH
A burglary to a school
building in the 300 block of
Landrum Lane was reported
4on June 22. According to the
police report, the investigat-
ing deputy found signs that a
window had been pried open,
aind a pen had been used to
prop open a door.,:
One juvenile was charged
with possession of cannabis
and two juveniles were
'charged with possession of
'cannabis and possession of
drug paraphernalia after an
investigation by a SJSO
deputy ofa; suspicious vehicle
parked in the 600 block of
AlA N on June 23.
On June 23, a 63-year-old
Ponte Vedra resident was
charged with battery follow-
ing an incident that occurred
on June 12 at a business in the
600 block of Sawgrass Village
Drive.
JACKSONVILLE BEACH
SMatthew Bryan Tindell, 26,
of Avon Park was arrested
June 21 and charged with
felony battery in the 100
block of 3rd Ave. N., accord-
ing to a police report.
.dirbdelLsiruna main tihe
fage withia glose.d fist dVring,4
disturbance involving, several


subjects in the parking lot,
police reported. The victim
suffered a swollen nose.
Maria Close Daniluk, .43, a:
transient, was arrested June
20 and charged with leaving
the scene of an accident with
injuries in the 1100 block of,
Penman Road, according to a
police report.
Daniluk was traveling south
in the northbound lane and
struck two cars and injuring,
both drivers. She fled on foot
and was observed an hour
after the crash walking west'
on Beach Blvd, police report-
ed. One of the drivers com-
plained of a sore back and the
other sustained a possible bro-,
ken aim.
S* j O O* ,* *1 r
A robbery was reported June
20 in the 200 block of 4th St.'
S. The mother of the victim
told police that her daughter.
was robbed at gunpoint and
her cell phone was stolen.
Loss estimated at $70. ,
t '*. '' ,*" '
Four kegs of beer valued at
*, $75 each were reported stolen
June 20 from a restaurant in
.the 1200 block of Beach Blvd..
The manager, was' notified
that an alarm near the out-
door walk-in freezer was
tripped at 3:45 a.m. -Thelock
on the door was bent to gain
access.
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Marc "A. Davis, 22;, of
Jacksonville was arrested June
25 and charged with felony
battery causing great bodily
harm in the 300 block of-
Oceanfront north, according
to a police report.
Davis 'pushed the, victim-
during a fight and the victim
fell and struck his head on a
metal window frame, police
reported. He was transported
to the hospital to receive
stitches to close the four-inch
wound.
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A 2002 Acura RSX valued at
$15,000 was reported stolen
June 23 in the pier parking lot
in the 500 block of 1st St. N.
The victimm told police he left'
his vehicle overnight because
he had too much to drink and
did not want to drive. The
vehicle was not there when he
returned the next morning.
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Two cameras,, a purse, wallet,
cell phone and $100 cash
were stolen. There were no
signs of forced entry.
Charles Eugene Bouie, 31, of
Jacksonville was arrested June
24 and charged with resisting
arrest with violence' and bat-
tery on a law enforcement offi-
cer in the 400 block of 3rd .St.
N. .
Bouie was observed at 1:52
a.m. fighting with an,
unknown subject, police
reported. The fight stopped
when.'ain officer identified
himself and Bouie became
aggressive and refused to give
his. name.
A second officer arrived at
the scene and identified Bouie
as matching the description
of a, suspect who had just
approached two people with a
gun. When officers tried to.
detain him, '.Bouie began
swinging his fists and kicking,
police reported.
He was struck with a Taser
and handcuffed but kicked
and struck .at the officers
again as they attempted to
place him in the patrol car,
police reported. A Taser was
deployed a second time to get
control of Bouie who, police
said, resisted so violently that
he was struck with the Taser a
third time and restrained with
a lap belt in the patrol car.
Bouie then .tried to head
butt an' officer patting him
down for weapons in the pro-
cessing area and put his feet
against the 'back of the trans-
port.. van and kicked '.off,
knocking two officers to the
ground, police reported.
He was secured in shackles
where he continued to fight
officers who' deployed a
fourth round from a Taser. A
38. caliber revolver was later
recovered, police said.
Eric Vaughn Whitaker, 37,
of Jacksonville Beach was
arrested June 24 and charged
with driving with a suspended
or revoked license as a habitu-
al traffic offender in the unit
block of Beach Blvd., accord-
ing to a police report.
Charles Albert Morris, 40, of
Jacksonville Beach was arrested
June 24 and charged wyitj.hdriv-
in sIp, n a. ,iTs1ap b r apr'
revoed lI(cn '-"Is-'a !habitual


traffic offender in the 600
block of 4th Ave. N., according
to a police report.
Becky Sue Shepler, 44, of
Jacksonville was arrested June
24 and charged with an active
warrant for grand theft of a
motor vehicle and dealing in
stolen property ind an
unknown location on 2nd St.
N., according to a police
report..
Tiffany Monique Peterson,
29, of Jacksonville was arrest-
ed June 24 and charged with
possession of cocaine in the
first block of 12th Ave. S.,
according to a police report. A
rolled up dollar bill contain-
ing a white 'powdery sub-
stance tested positive, for
cocaine was found in the pas-
senger visor, police reported.
John Dean Houlsworth, 21,
.of Cedar Rapids, Iowa was
Arrested June 23 and charged
with grand theft of a motor
vehicle in the pier parking lot
in the 500 block of 1st St. N.
Houlsworth was observed
eyeing the police suspiciously
in a red 1998 Chevrolet
Silverado, police reported.
Police ran a check of the tag
and confirmed the vehicle
was listed as stolen from the

lowa County Sheriff's Office,
police said.
Perry Wayne Poe, 24, of
Jacksonville Beach was arrest-
ed June 22 and charged with
driving with a: suspended or
revoked license as a habitual
traffic offender in- the 900
block of 3rd St. N., according
to a police report.
S. ,
Montize Leonard Burks, 21,
of Jacksonville. was arrested
June 27 and charged' with
armed robbery in the 300
block of, 3rd Ave. S., police
reported Burks was identified
as a suspect who threatened a
man with a butterfly knife at
11:25 a.m., police reported
The victim said he was
standing on the corner when
he was approached by three
unknown male suspects and
one female suspect. One of'
the men asked the victim if he
wanted to die and another
took a cell phone and $18
cash from his pocket, police
tepored o-.,
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NOTICE OF UNIFIED

LAND DEVELOPMENT

REGULATIONS CODE

CHANGE


The City of Neptune Beach proposes

to adopt the following ordinance:


ORDINANCE NO. 2006-13




AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
NEPTUNE BEACH, FLORIDA
REPEALING ORDINANCE NO. 2006L08
AND AMENDING SECTION 27-222 (2)
(c) PURPOSE AND INTENT OF ZONING
DISTRICTS; AMENDING SECTION 27-
238 MAXIMUM LOT COVERAGE AND
ADDING FOOTNOTE (6) TO TABLE 27-
229-1 IN THE CODE OF ORDINANCES
LIMITING FLOORSPACE IN C-1, C-2
AND C-3 ZONING DISTRICTSTO 60,000
SQUARE FEET AND PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.





A final read and public hearing on the
ordinance will be held on July 10, 2006
at 7:00 pm at the City Hall Council
Chambers, 116 First Street, Neptune
Beach, FL 32266.


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BUSINESS.


Sea Trtle offers plan


for expansion, garage.


Will add 108,

guest rooms,

a new spa,;

pool and

more space.

for meetings

by JEFFREY MINTON
STAFF WRITER


The management of the Sea
TIrtle Inn has announced plans
for an expansion and renova-
tion of the Atlantic Beach hotel,
including the addition of sec-
ond 100-foot-high tower and a
three-story parking garage at the
adjacent north parking lot to
accommodate roughly 108 new
rooms.
Bill Hood of Remington
Hotels, which manages the
hotel, told the Atlantic Beach
City Commission Monday that
his company and hotel's own-
ers, Ashford Hospitality Trust,
have recently met to discuss the
future of the oceanfront hotel
located at 1 Ocean Boulevard.
"In our opinion it's in dire
need of a renovation. We feel
like that is needed to just stay
viable in this market," Hood
said, adding that hotels in Ponte
Vedra and Amelia Island have
"raised the bar" for the local
hospitality industry.
"If we don't raise the bar, we'll
just fall behind."
The hotel's future has become
an issue because the commis-
sion is readying a proposed ref-
erendum for a charter amend-
ment, limiting the height of all
structures in the city 35 feet in
height. If approved by ordi-
nance next month, the charter
amendment would be placed on
the November election ballot.
As proposed, portions of build-
ings that currently exceed 35
ui.-feet in height would be-allowed
- to, bel rebuilt to that height .if'
damaged.
The Sea Turtle Inn is essential-
ly the city's only building that is
significantly over 35 feet tall
with its r' eight-story. tower'
extended to nearly 100 feet
i high, according to Hood. Other
portions of the hotel, however,
are under 35 feet tall.
Some on the commission
have proposed the hotel be
allowed an exemption in the
proposed charter amendment,
giving the business the ability to'
expand in the future. In recent
weeks the commission has dis-
cussed various proposed degrees
of exemption for the hotel -
ranging from only allowing the
building's current footprint to
go above 35 feet high, to allow-
ing more of the parcel 'to buck
the limit.
The commission at its meet-,
ing Monday was scheduled to'
give preliminary consideration
to a proposed referendum ordi-
nance., that allows only the
hotel's current footprint to
exceed 35 feet in height.
But Hood said Monday that
the hotel's management and
ownership does not think that
expanding the lower portion of
the building located at the,
southern end of the parcel to
above 35 feet would be appro-
priate for the area.


Repeal of 60,000 s.f.


limit gets initial OK


as city aims to fix


'chink in its armor'


"That would be' oppressive to
Town-Center [the city's central
business district where the hotel
is located]," Hood said.
"It didn't feel right to us.". ,
Hood said, however, that
owners'would like to "trade" the
ability to expand that portion of
the building above 35 feet for
the ability to build a second
eight-story' tower just west of
the current tower.
Hood has recently submitted
preliminary plans to the city
which show a second tower
located either immediately west
of the existing tower, or slightly,
offset and to the west.
Monday, Hood said that the
second tower would likely
accommodate 108 guest rooms,
bringing the hotel's capacity to,
approximately 300 rooms. The
proposed new tower would also
house additional "meeting and
event space" located on the
ground and second floors, he
said.
He said that the extra rooms
will help the hotel lure more
group business.
"We're falling behind [in
booking groups]," he said.
The addition would add
approximately 11,000 square.
feet to the hotel's footprint,
roughly one third of the e.xist-
ing hotel.
To accommodate the extra
rooms, Hood said the hotel has,
plans to build a three-level park-
ing garage on the hotel's north
parcel, located at the comer of
Ahern Street and Ocean
Boulevard. The garage would be
constructed at or under 35 feet
high and would have roughly
200 spaces, according to the
plans. : .
Hood said that the hotel has'
hired an architect to begin
working on the design.
Also in the hotel's renovation
plans are: construction of a new
Porte Cochere, relocation of the
lobby/registration area, renova-
tions to the dining and meeting
space with the incorporation of
a spa and a new swimming
pool.


John Delaney, president of
the University of North
Florida, is scheduled to be the
.speaker today at a luncheon of,
the Ponte Vedra Beach
Chamber of Commerce. The
luncheon begins at 11:30 a.m.
at the Sawgrass ,Marriott
Resort. The cost is $25 for,
members and guests.
.

James T. Simeone of Ponte
Vedra has been named major
account manager for business-
to-business strategic sales for
Verizon Wireless in' North
Florida. Simeone, who will be


"What this,would be is a newfr basedrioutt of'..the company's
' [30'-,roomJ-,.four-star, class -A&raek-sOnvrille office, was previ-
hotel," Hood said. ously a senior account execu-
"We think that fits perfectly tive with Nuvox
here." Communications,. in
All the aforementioned plans Jacksonville.
would depend on the future *
approval of the City .
Commission, contingent upon' Dr. David Jaffee of Ponte
meeting the state and local zon- Vedra Beach, has been
ing laws and would require an appointed assistant vice presi-
amendment to the city's state 'dent for undergraduate stud-
Comprehensive Plan. ies at the University of North
Mayor Don Wollson Monday Florida. Previously, he was act-
noted that allowing the exemp- ing dean for the College of
tion in the proposed charter Arts and Sciences. In his new
amendment does not grant role, Jaffee will be responsible
approval for the hotel's plans for curricular; and program
only provide an ability for the development, general educa-
hotel to request them in the tion assessment, academic
future. advising and support services
Some commissioners Monday and other programs. Jaffee'
said they had issues 'with the will assume the job Aug. 7.
hotel's proposed plans. But Jaffee has been at UNF since
'Wolfson reminded the commis- 2000, serving in. a variety of
sion that it is, at this time, only 'positions.
to consider whether to allow the *
hotel the ability to ask for such Lois Renmolde has joined
a project in the future. Oceanside Bank as Assistant
The Commission agreed to Vice President and Branch
defer consideration of the pro- Manager of the Kernan office.
posed. referendum ordinance *
and have the city staff rewrite
the ordinance to include the Sea Stockton Real Estate's May
Turtle's requests. The commis- 2006 leaders are: Listing
sion will likely address the issue Leader Paul Sandiford; Sales
again, at. a meeting next Leaders Joan and Jamie
month. Swanson; Top Producer Jack
Burke.

Powers lac key Veenstra &


Lanehart, Inc. has been
selected, to design a new one-,
story, Class A office building
for Eastland, Inc.,.. Powers -
Design provided the construc-
;tion documents, land plan-
ning, landscape design and
preliminary conceptual design
for the 3,770-square-foot facil-
ity. The free-standing facility.
to be located at 700 Ponte
Vedra Lakes Blvd, will feature
a Florida coastal vernacular
design. 'The building will
serve as Lastland's new head-.
quarters. The company will
move from its current admin-
istrative offices at Queen's
Harbour Yacht w6. Country ;.
Club. i b>!^G t.,'o .4 .'., -'


by JEFFREY MINTON
STAFF WRiTER
A Neptune Beach ordinance
limiting new businesses to
60,000., square feet was'
repealed by the City Council
Thursday. and tentatively reap-
proved in an effort to fix a
"chink in the city's armor"
against a potential lawsuit by
W a l-M a rt '., : ,
The ordinance aimed at
keeping big box retailers such
as Wal-Mart out of the city will
be reviewed by the city
Planning and Development
Review Board June 27 before
going back before the council
for final consideration July 10.
The council passed the limit
June 5 but an attorney repre-
senting Wal-Mart, which has
submitted plans for a store in
the city, said that the council
did not follow proper proce-
dures in enacting the ordi-
nance. And while Neptune'
Beach's City Attorney has said
he does not agree that there
were any' procedural mishaps,
he feels the city should redo
the ordinance to keep it from
becoming an issue. in the
future. Wal-Mart's attorney has


A


indicated that the company
.would challenge the city if it
attempts' to apply the ordi-
nance to the proposed Wal-
Mart project.
"If someone says there might
be a, chink in your armor
before going to battle, .[then]
replate it. before gong to' bat-
tle," White said at the special
meeting to discuss the issue
Thursday.
White said it is best to
address. the issue now, rather
than wait until a possible legal
-challenge by Wal-Mart.
I"It takes those issues out of
the mix," he said.
The measure to repeal the
ordinance and reapprove it on
first read Thursday passed 4-1.
Councilor Eric Pardee 'voted
against the measure because he
said the council should wait
until the ordinance can be
reviewed by land use attorneys
which the council recently
hired to help'it deal with the
Wal-Mart project.
.Wal-Mart .has filed plans to
build a, 117,000-square-foot
store at 630' Atlantic
Boulevard, the former location
of Big Lots and Food Lion.


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these construction barrels, the roadway is being rerouted to
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CALENDAR


Friday, June 30
Furry Faces: Today is the
deadline for the
Jacksonville Humane
Society's 10th Annual
Furry Faces 2007 Calendar
Contest. Entry forms are
available at www.jax-
humane.org/eyents. Call
the .Humane Society at
725-8766, extension 210,
for information.'

Military collectible
show and reception:
Shelby's Coffee Shoppe,
200 First St. N.,
Jacksonville Beach, will
host a wine and cheese
reception from 6 to 8 p.m.
to honor men and women
who have served in the
military. Call 249-2922 for
information..

Saturday, July,

China adoption, work-\
shop: A free workshop on
adopting children from
China will be held from 1
to 3 p.m. at the Southeast
Branch Library, 10599
Deerwood Park Blvd., Suite
A. Call 221-4095 or e-mail
kristin.fl@gwca.org for
information.

Trueday, July 4
Independence Day.

Jazz band: The St. Johns
'River City Band" presents
The Swamp Dog jazz Band
from 6 to 7, p.m. at the
Hogani Street gazebo, west
of theJacksonville Landing
in Downtown Jacksonville.
Call 904-3553 00/219-
6043 for information.

Wednesday, July

Beaches Cleanup: The
annual Beaches Cleanup,
will be held. Litter bags
and gloves will be distrib-
uted 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 protec-


lion. Call 630-3420 or visit
www.coj.net, keyword
search "beaches cleanup,"
for information.

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
v- 1 s i t
www.beacheswatch.com
for information.

"Cram a SAM": Suddath
Container Systems is pre-,
senting "Cram a SAM" to
collect art supplies for local
non-profit organizations
with art programs.
Donations of paint, paper,
glue, crayons, colored pen-
cils dnd 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 \Val-Mart on 'San,
Pablo. Road and Beach.
Boulevard; and 10 a.m. to
2 p.m. July 15 a the,
McDonald's at St. Johns
Town Center.

Thursday, July

Kid's fishing workshop:
The Friends of WVashington
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 Cristy
Leonard at 386-446-6783
or 386-931-4123 for infor-
mation. .

Saturday, July
8
Job seeker workshop:
Christ Episcopal Church is
sponsoring a free job seek-
er workshop at the
Christian Formation
Center, Room 108, 400 San
Juan Driver, Ponte Vedra.
Call 285-6127 or e-mail
crhbeach@.comcast.het fo. j
Shidrmiatibn or to signiup/,".


Labrador


rescue:


'LIBERTY


CELEBRATION'


The 4th of July Liberty Celebration will be held from 6 to 10 p.m. Tuesday,
July 4, at the Sea Walk Pavilion, intersection of 1 st Street North and 1st' '
J Avenue North, Jacksonville Beach. There will be music, food, beverage's pl
arid fireworks. For information, call 270-1651 or visit www.jacksonville-
beach.org.


Labrador Retriever Rescue
of Florida will hold a "meet
and greet" from .11 a.m. to
2 p.m at PetCo at Marsh
Landing. Call 1-866-464-
5227, or visit
www.LabradorRescue.net
for information.

Contra dance: A contra
dance will be held from 8
to 11 p.m. at Cobalt Moon,
214 Orange St., Neptune,
Beach. There will be a live
band; partners are not
needed. All are welcome.
Call 246-2131 for informa-
tion ..

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

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 July

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 daughters or a,
special young lady. The
Jacksonville Jaguars
Cheerleaders will entertain
and share about life as a
"Roar" Cheerleader.
Former CNN radio corre-
spondent Paige Kolb will
share the secret behind a.
winning smile. The cost
for the evening is $18. Pre-
paid reservations are due
by July 10 for dinner and
complimentary child care.
all Susan at,904-714-9962
" or. 'Mkr' "at 904'1223-1002,
or e-mail atlanticbeach-
wc@vyahoo.com for reser-


MEETINGS


Wednesday
Art association: The Pablo Towers Art
Association meets from 12:30 to 3 p.m.
Wednesday. Call 246-4158 for information.

Ballroom dancing: Ballroom dancing is
offered Wednesdays at 7:30 p.m. at the Senior
Center. 19th Ave., Jacksonville Beach. The cost is
$4. Call 241-3796 for information.

Cancer support group: The Cancer Support
Group at Baptist Medical Center Beaches meets
at 6 p.m. Wednesday at the Florida Cancer
Center in Medical Office Building B on the hos-
pital campus. Call 247-2910 for information.

Thursday
Kiwanis Beaches: The Kiwanis Club of
Jacksonville Beaches meets Thursdays at noon at
Selva Marina Country Club, 1600 Selva Marina,
Atlantic Beach. Visit www.beacheskiwanis.com
for information.

Weight loss consults: Free body fat analysis
and weight loss consults are offered Thursdays at
Metabolic Research Center, 274 Solana Road, in
the Winn-DLxie Plaza.

Grief recovery: A Grief Recovery Support
Group meets the third Thursday of the month at
7 p.m. at St. Paul's Catholic Church in library,
57S First Ave. N., Jacksonville Beach. The group
is for those who are grieving the death of a fam-
ily member or friend. Call Margaret Lane at 280-
0871 for information.

Persephone Healing Arts: Persephone
Healing Arts Center, 485 Sixth Ave. N.,
lacksonville Beach, hosts an open house from
5:30 to 7 p.m. the third Thursday of the month.
The center will also have an infonnation booth
at Organic Jungle, 13947 Beach Blvd.,
Jacksonville Beach, the third Saturday of the
month. Call 246-3583 for infonnation.

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

Recovery, Inc : Recovery, Inc., a mental health
support group, meets at 6:30 p.m. Friday at St.
Paul's Catholic Church's Family Life Center, 578
First Ave. N., Jacksonville Beach. 247-3299.

Senior tennis: Tennis for seniors is being
offered at Huguenot Tennis Center in
Jackson\ille Beach from 9 to 11 a.m. Friday. Call
Moe at 247-6221 for information.

Bookmobile: The Library Elderly Outreach
Bookmobile serves seniors living in The Stratford


from 9:30 to 10 a.m., and at Vicar's Landing
from noon to 1:30 p.m. every second and fourth
Friday. Call David Hoak at 904-823-2783 for
information.

Saturday
Adopt-A-Rescued-Kitty: Kittens and cats
which have been veterinarian-checked and test-
ed, and have shots and have been altered, are
available for adoption Saturdays from 10 a.m. to
6 p.m. at PetCo at Atlantic and Keman boule-
vards.

Open-air market: The Town Center Green
Market, an open-air market, is held Saturday
from 8 a.m. till noon at the Neptune Beach
Kmart on Atlantic Boulevard. The market fea-
tures fresh produce, hone)', sauces, baked goods,
hand-made soap and more.

Beaches storytellers: The Beaches League of
Storytellers meets at the Ponte Vedra Beach
Library, 101 Library Blvd., Ponte Vedra Beach, at
10:30 a.m. the second Saturday of the month
from September through May. Call George Mills
at 246-1502 for information.

First Coast Romance Writers: The First Coast
Romance Writers meet the second Saturday of
the month from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the
Hampton Inn at J. Turner Butler and 1-95.
Meetings are free and open to the public. Call
Eileen Goldman at 268-0707 or e-mail
ebg1653@comcast.net for information.

Peripheral neuropathy: The Jacksonville
Peripheral Neuropathy Support Group meets the
second Saturday of the month at 10 a.m. at the
Glendale Community Church, 6411 Beach Blvd.
Call 269-0984 for information.

Submarine veterans: USSVI First Coast Base
meets at 11 a.m. the second Saturday of the
month at American Legion Post 316, 127
Atlantic Blvd., Atlantic Beach. Call 241-6222 or
e-mail rlrjax@attbi.com for information.

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. 904-285-2258.
Sunday
Depression support: Depression Bipolar
Support Alliance Jacksonville Beaches meets
Sunday at 5:30 p.m. at Beaches Medical Center,
1350 13th Ave. S., Jacksonville Beach. Visit
www.dbsajax.org for information.

Monday
Al-Anon: Al-Anon Family Groups offer a
recovery program for families and friends of
alcoholics, whether or not the alcoholic seeks
help. Meetings are held Mondays, including hol-
idays, at 10:30 a.m. at 400 Penman Road,


Jacksonville Beach. Meetings are also available at
other times, days and locations. Call 350-0600
for information.

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 medita-
tion aimed at helping to heal the planet and cre-
ate world peace. Love offerings are accepted. For
information, call Diane at 382-5823.

Toastmasters: The Beaches Area Toastmasters
Club meets Mondays at 7 p.m. at Atlantic
Theatres, 715 Atlantic Blvd., Atlantic Beach. For -
more information, call 610-8807.

Breast-feeding support: Baptist Medical
Center Beaches offers a breast-feeding 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 moderated by Loretta
Haycook. There is no cost, and babies and chil-
dren are welcome. Snacks and beverages are
served. Call 247-2974 for information.

Grandparent Group: The Grandparent Group
meets at 10 a.m. the first Monday of each month
at the St. Johns County Mental Health
Department, 1955 U.S. 1 South, St. Augustine.
Call 904-825-5048 for information.

Lions Club: The Lions Club of Jacksonville
Beach meets at 7 p.m. the first and third
Monday at the corner of Penman Road and
Second Avenue North; and at noon on the sec-
ond and fourth Tuesdays at Perkins 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.

Oversight Committee: The Oversight'
Committee for the Beaches Resource Center
meets at 7 p.m. the first Monday of the month
in the Media Center at Fletcher High School. The
Oversight Committee consists of parent and fac-
ulty representatives from the 10 Beaches public
schools and at-large representatives from the
Beaches communities. Call the Beaches Resource
Center at 270-8200 for information.

Sons of the American Legion: The Sons of
the American Legion Squadron 316 meets the
first Monday of each month at 7:30 p.m. at 1127
Atlantic Blvd., Atlantic Beach. 249-0202.

American Legion: The American Legion
Auxiliary DeWitt B. Tilden Unit 316 meets at 8
p.m. the second Monday of each month at 1127
Atlantic Blvd., Atlantic Beach. Call 249-0202 for
information.

MOPS: Mothers of Pre-Schoolers meets the
second Monday of each month at 9:30 a.m., and


the third Monday of each month at 7 p.m. (child
care provided) at Christ the Redeemer Church,
190 S. Roscoe Blvd.,'Ponte Vedra Beach. Call 285-
8009 for information.

Duval Audubon Society. The group meets the
third Monday of the month at 7:30 p.m. at
Swain Memorial United Methodist Church,
1620 .Naldo Ave; Call 733-0550 or .visit
www.duvalaudubon.org for information.

Zonta Club: The Zonta Club of Jacksonville
meets the third Monday of each month at 6 p.m.
at the Radisson Riverwalk Hotel, 1515 Prudential
Drive. Call Eleanor Vees, 564-9211, for informa-
tion.

Reckless Readers: Reckless Readers, a women's
reading group, meets the third Monday of the
month at 7 p.m. at the Neptune Beach Senior
Center. 247-7627.

NAIC: The local NAIC Investment Club meets
at 7 p.m. the fourth Monday of each month at
the Beaches Library. Visitors are welcome. Call
Dick at 476-4260 for information.

Tuesday
Barbershop chorus: The Big Orange
Barbershop chorus meets each Thesday from 7 to
9:30 p.m. at the First Christian Church, 11924
San Jose Blvd., Mandarin. Visitors are welcome.
Call 904-262-0032 or 744-5439 for information.

Beaches Arts Center. A beginner watercolor
class is offered from 9 to. 11 a.m. Tuesday; and
watercolor for all levels is offered Tuesday
evening, and Wednesday and Thursday morn-
ing. Figure drawing classes are held Tuesdays
from 7 to 9 p.m. The Beaches Arts Center is locat-
ed at 228 Third Ave. N., Jacksonville Beach. Call
241-8816 for information.

Jacksonville Harmony Show Chorus: The
Jacksonville Harmony Show Chorus meets each
Tuesday from 7 to 10 p.m. at the San Jose
Church of Christ, 6233 San Jose Blvd.,
Jacksonville. Visitors and prospective members
are welcome. Call 350-1609 for Information.

Palm Valley Senior Center- The Palm Valley
Senior Center, 148 Canal Blvd., is open Tuesday
and Thursday from 10 a.m. to 2 p,m. Lunch is
served at noon. Call 280-3233 for lunch reserva-
tions or for information on various activities
throughout the day. For transportation to lunch,
call 280-3753 between 7:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.

Railroad Club: The Beaches Area Model
Railroad Club meets at 7 p.m. Tuesday and
Friday,at 941 Fourth St. N., Jacksonville Beach,
behind $portsmania. The dub is open to anyone
interested in scale model railroading. 641-8800
or 223-5133,


nations.

Friday, July 14
Art Spa: Art Spa, a one-
day camp for adult mem-
bers 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-
6911, extension 204, or e-
mail agraff@jmoma.org for
information or to register.

Saturday, July

Book signing: Grahl
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 A1A. 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 informa-
tion.

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
trumpeter Greg Adams will
perform. For information,
call 247-6100 and press 3.

Tuesday, July
.; 1. ,, i ,
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
Christina at 631-8173 for
information and to regis-
ter.

Thursday, July

Big band:.The St. Johns
River City Band's 18-piece
Big Band will perform at
the 5 Points Theatre, 1028
Park St., at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets -''are.-;$15.i :V, sit
w W-w.ivetfcbfAnxl.6rmtor
www.TheKHI.org for infor-
mation, or call 355-4700.


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OBITARI.ES


James William "Jimmy"
Causey, 42, of Edneyville,
North Carolina, died Sunday,
June 11 at Pardee Hospital
after a short illness. He was the
son of Judith Causey of


Mary "Mojlie" -Brewster
Cook, 74, resident of Atlantic
Beach, died June 23, 2006 at
Wake Forest University Baptist
Medical Center, Bowman-
Gray Campus, Winston Salem,
NC.
She was born Sept. 4, 1931 in
New Orleans, La. to the late Dr.;
and Mrs. Walter R. Brewste.
She was a homemaker all her
life and was a member of St.
Paul's By the Sea Episcopal
Church. She was also; an
accomplished artist and dedi-
cated to her Episcopal faith,
according to family..
In 1963 she married William
W. (Bill) Cook who survives of
the home., In addition to her
parents, she was, preceded in
death by a sister, Bettie,
Stockton and. by a daughter,
Constance C. Phillips
(George).
In addition to her husband
she is survived by children,
William F. Cook (Cheryl),


Atlantic Beach and the late
James Lee Causey. Surviving
him, in addition to his mother,'
is his wife, Lisa Marie Causey,
five children, two brothers and
one granddaughter.


Bettie B. Cook, Jane R. Cook,
Robert B.F. Cook (Terry).
Grandchildren Brandon Cook
(Suzanne), Courtney Phillips
Hohney (Kenneth), Harrison
Cook, Olivia Cook and Daniel
Cook and great grandchildren,
Alicianna Phillips Heredia,
Kenneth Hohney. ,
A memorial service will be
held at St. Paul's By the Sea
Episcopal Church inh.
Jacksonville Beach on
Wednesday at 2 p.m. with the
Rev. Penny Pfab officiating.
There will also be a memorial
service held at Grace Episcopal
Church in WVaynesville, NC on
Friday at 2 p.m. with the
Reverend Howard White offici-
ating.
Friends and family are invit-
ed to the fellowship hall fol-
lowing service. In lieu of flow-
ers the family requests memo-
rials be made to the American
Lung Assoc.


John James "Sonny" Minton


John James "Sonny"
Minton, died June 25, 2006,
at his home. He was born on
July 16, 1934 in Hopkinsville,
Kentucky. He graduated from
Andrew Jackson High School
and LaVerne University. He
retired after 20 years in the
U.S. Navy and 20 years civil
service.
Family members. include
his wife of 46 years Melina
Minton; daughters, Corinne
Corwin (Mick), Marisa
NMoerland (David), Debra
Minton, Sabrina Cardona
(Rob); mother Corinne Howe,


brother Herbert
(Rhonda), sister
Marilyn Bolton,
7 grandchil-
dren, and 1
great ,grand-
child.
S .4 memorial
Minton service will be
held 11 a.m.,
Thursday in the East Pointe
Church, 270 North Kernan
Blvd in Jacksonville.
Arrangements by Quinn-
Shalz Funeral Home in
Jacksonville Beach.


Photo by STAFF
Don Dymer, left, presents an honorary membership to former
"Beaches resident Jim Stavritis, who is waiting Congressional
confirmation to become a 4-star admiral. Dymer and Bob Hall,
-right, presented the membership on behalf of Oceanside Rotary
Club last week during a meeting. Below, club president Curtis
Ford, right, applauds as State Senator Jim King concludes a
presentation on the recent legislative session.


discharge with high honors."
He is survived by a wife,
Jennifer Davis Moody; four
children, Marquis, Richard,
Latisha and Shareece; three
stepchildren, Nijah, Greg and
Jasmine; two sisters, Sonya
Kreps of Newark, NJ, and
Angela Page; a brother, Glenn
Kreps; uncles, aunts, nephews,
nieces and a host of caring
friends and associates.
A graveside service will be
held at 1 p.m. on Saturday at
Beaches Memorial Park, 1500
Main St. Atlantic Beach.
Arrangements by Quinn-
Shalz Funeral Home in
Jacksonville Beach.


Maurice Edward Moody died
on June 17, 2006 after a brief
illness at Shands Jacksonville.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Willie
and Vivian (Moody) Kreps on
May 23, 1963, he served in the
United States Navy from
December 1987 through
November 1998. He received,
"Third Navy Good Conduct
Award for period ending June
2006, Southwest Asia Sernice
Medal w/Bronze Star (2nd), Sea
Service Deployment Ribbon
(7th), Navy Unit
Commendation 12nd), Navy
Expeditionary Medal,
Meritorious Unit
Commendation, Navy "E"
Ribbon. He received a medical


SFord M. Lewis


John Van Sack


Ford NM. Lewis, 91, died June
22, 2006. He was born on May
19, 1915 in Calhoun, GA. He
attended elementary and high
school in Calhoun and was rec-
ognized as an excellent student
and football player. He contin-
ued his education and football
career at South Georgia College
in Douglas, GA and Chillicothe
Business College in
Chillicothe, Missouri. In his
last year at CBC, he was named
Most Valuable Player. Upon
completion of ,his ,studies in
Missouri, he returned to
Georgia and worked for The
Trust Company of Georgia in
Atlanta.
On June 7, 1941 he married
his sweetheart LeMargaret
Cavaleri. During World War II,
he served as a Sergeant in the
Army Air Force and was sta-
tioned in Virginia, Maine and
Illinois. Following the war, he
began work as an IRS agent in
Atlanta and retired in 1978
after 32 years of distinguished
service. While an IRS agent, he
received several citations for
service and participated in sev-
eral cases, which established
regulations that remain part of
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member of the
,, FECU in Atlanta.
Upon his retire-
'> ment, he and his
wife moved to
.- Grovetown, GA
p where he worked
for Pollard
Lewis L u m b e r
Company.
Family members include his
wife, LeMargaret; son, Michael
Ford Lewis (Jane); daughter,
Betty LewisChavie (Rick; .five
gra.qdyfi!ren,,',,aqyJ,^ e
Johnston, Elizabeth Ann,
Michael Ford II, Jennifer
Lindsay and Emily Holmes
Lewis and brother Charles L.
Lewis. he was predeceased by
his parents, J.C. and Mae Lewis
and his sisters, Elizabeth Leyda
and Virginia Hamilton.
A memorial service was held
Tuesday in the chapel of
Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home in
Jacksonville Beach.
In lieu of flowers, donations
may be made to the
Community Hospice of
Northeast Florida.
Services under the direction
of Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home.


John Van Sack, 95, died June
4. He was born in
Youngstown, Ohio. While in
Ohio he was a supervisor for
Isaly Dairy and later a Realtor
with Kreider Realty Co. He was
an active golfer, baseball player
and bowler.
He was preceded in death by
his wife Gertrude, son iM.
Ronald, daughter Sondra and
grandson Michael


LeMaster of Ponte Vedra and
Renee Merrill of Napoleon,
Ohio. He also leaves eight
grandchildren, ten great
grandchildren and one great
great grandchild.
A private Memorial Mass will
be held at Our Lady Star of the
Sea Catholic Church in Ponte
Vedra.
Arrangements by Hardage-
Giddens Funeral Home in


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Mildred E. Wilkes


Mildred E. Wilkes, 89 of
Jacksonville, FL died on June
24, 2006. She was born in
Ava, NY the daughter of the
late Frank A. and Bertha M.
Gleasman Moltz.
Wilkes worked as an
Intelligence Specialist for the
Griffis Air Force Base in
Rome, NY for 38 years. She
retired in 1990 at which time
she moved to Neptune Beach.
She was a member of the
Beach United Methodist
Church.
She is survived by a son,
William Wilkes (Sally) of
Neptune Beach, a daughter,
Barbara Jean Hawkins Peel
(Roy) of Jacksonville and sev-
eral grandchildren, great-
grandchildren and great great
grandchildren. In addition to
her parents she was preceded
in death by a sister, Gladys
Ross and her late husband,
Stanley J. Wilkes whom she.
met at the age of 16. Hedied
in 1981.
Services for her will be at; a
later date in her hometown in
NY. Memorial contributions
may be made in her name to


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FROM STAFF
The Beaches Museum and
History Center will host a
Hurricane Party Friday, July
14 to celebrate the opening of
"Disruption and Destruction:
Florida's Hurricanes in the
1920s and .1940s", a photo-
graphic exhibit that depicts
the devastation of hurricanes
around the First Coast beach'
communities during the 20s
and 40s.
The exhibit opened June 1,
the beginning of the 2006
hurricane season.
"Hurricanes are ,an
unavoidable part of nature,'
especially for beach commu-
nities, and one way to prepare
for them is by looking into
our past and learning from


our history;" said Museum
Executive Director. Holly
Beasley. "This exhibit shows
that we can overcome these
natural disasters."
Party-goers will enjoy live
entertainment, survival. fare
and a cash bar. Reservations
are- required arid can be made
by calling (904)241-5657.
Cost for members is $10 in
advance, $15 at the door, and
non-members $15 in
advance, $20' at the door.
For more information on
the museum, its exhibits or
events, please call (904) 241-
5657 ,
The. party will be held from
7 p.m. to 11 p.m. at the
Beaches Museum and History
Center, 380 Pablo Ave.


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Cancer sufferer reaches out


to others by teaching yoga


by ASHLEY MILLS
STAFF WRITER
When Christina Phipps fin-
ished her four-month
chemotherapy treatment, she
was ready to give back to the
community of breast cancer
survivors.
She just wasn't sure how.
A practice of yoga for four
years and an instructor for
three, Phipps noticed that
none of the other,women she
was receiving treatment with
practiced yoga ,
And then it crsytallized for
Phipps: yoga was a way that
she could reach out to those
battling breast cancer.
On July 18, Phipps will
hold Yoga for Breast Cancer
once a month at the Cobalt
Moon Healing Center in.
Neptune Belach.
The free class for women in
all stages of .breast cancer will
.covel calming and healing
exercises.
Diagnosed with breast can-
cer in December, Phipps said
she drew her strength from
.:her husband, her family and
yoga.
Phipps continued to teach
classes throughout the course
of her treatment, missing.
only two days of class after
her mastectomy. Two weeks
into the chemotherapy, she
lost her hair, her eyebrows,
and her eyelashes.
"I had bad days and good
days," she said, "but more
good days than bad."
Phipps said yoga gives, her
strength and serenity to han-
dle her diagnosis. Now she
wants to help other women
to do the same.
Doctors only offer limited
instructions for physical ther-
apy for women recovering


prC.ic, b ASHLE'i' MILL'
Christina Phipps strikes a pose Monday at Cobalt Moon Healing
Center where she teaches yoga.


from breast cancer; Phipps
said. Yoga for Breast Cancer
takes the stretching instruc-
tions usually provided by
doctors to the next level, she
said.
Phipps said yoga is benefi-
cial because it helps the prac-
ticers to calm and center their
minds, relieve tension and
stress, improve range of
motion, reduce the effects
and discomfort of scar tissue,
relaxe the gripping feelingin
the chest area and energize
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The exercises are especially
beneficial for women who


received radiation therapy or
have had an expander insert-
ed, Phipps added.
"Yoga does bring such a
sense of well-being, and
you're really taking care of
- yourself," she said.
"If you do stay home and
you stay still and stay on the
couch, then I think you really
can get where you start feel-
ing sorry for yourself."
Sarah Deprin, the manager
of Cobalt Moon, said that
yoga is beneficial because-it -
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Emma Lane to host party


pr.oio by JOHirN i' WOODHOUSE
Dane Gilbert is back at Fletcher High after almost a 20-year hiatus., Recently appointed principal,
Gilbert was Fletcher's dean of boys from 1985-87. He also taught and coached at the school.



Longtime Beaches resident



takes helm at Fletcher High
'/8me


by JOHNNY WVOODHOUSE
,ASSOCLTE EDITOR
Dane Gilbert never intended to stay in
Florida after college.
Once he put roots down at the Beaches, it
was hard for Gilbert, a New Jersey native, to
pull up stakes and head
back to the Garden State.
"Quite frankly, I never
thought I would stay in f
Florida and build a fam'i-
Sy here," Gilbert, a father
of three, recalled last CD
week in an interview at
Fletcher High School,' 2
where he was recently
appointed principal. o
"But once you move to
the beach, you forget
about moving back
home, and this becomes C3
home."
Gilbert,"52, assumed
the head administrator D
duties at Fletcher two w
weeks ago. -,
It's familiar territory
for the 28-year Beaches
resident, who will cele- "
brate his 30th year in the
Duval County school sys-
tem this November.
Gilbert was Fletcher's
dean of boys from 1985 Dpne Gilbert, right
to 1987. with Mrs. McCaffE


it, at
ery.


He also served coach-
ing stints at Fletcher in the late 1970s and
early 1980s while employed as a physical edu-
cation teacher at linegan Elementary in ,
Atlantic Beach .
Jack Taylor gave Gilbert his first coaching
job at Fletcher. The former Fletcher athletic
director also gave Gilbert his first break in
school administration. *
"When Jackwas director of community edu-
'cation [for Duval County], he hired me as an
assistant principal for community ed at Windy
Hill Elementary," recalled Gilbert, who gradu-
ated from Jacksonville University in 1976 and
earned a master's'degree in 1980 from the


University of North Florida'.
"I felt like that was an entry into school-
based administration. And when Coach Taylor
asks you to do something, you do it."
Gilbert's singular goal was to become a prin-
cipal, but he would have to serve a lengthy
tenure as either a dean or a vice principal
before being tapped for the
top job.
"Back then, it did not
come nearly as fast as it
does now," said Gilbert
about climbing the school
administration ladder.
C> "Back then, being a vice
0 ~principal for five years was
C pretty much the norm.
: "Now, you can be a vice
C principal for a year or two
and then be put right into
CD a school just because there
is more turnover.
"It's a tougher job now.
E'There's more accountability
V with school grades and the
CD 'FCAT. The lob has shifted."
Gilbert traveled a typical
: route to the principal's
chair.
He served three years as
dean of boys at Fletcher
and five years as vice prin-
cipal at Fort Caroline
YEARBOOK PHOTON Middle School before being
Fletcher in 1986 named principal at
SWoodland Acres
Elementary on ,
Jacksonville's Southside.
He returried to Fort Caroline as principal in
1995, and was appointed principal of Terry
Parker High. in 1997.
SWhile at Parker, Gilbert-was named a 1999
NIilldn Family Foundation award winner "for
furthering excellence in education," according
to the foundation's Web site.
He was one of only four educators in Florida
to receive the honor, which included a
$25,000 award.


See GILBERT, A-12


by KATHY NICOLETTI
COLUMNIST
At a time when many
Americans no longer
know their own neigh-_
bors, the residents'of a new
street ip Neptune Beach have
built a close-knit community
in only a matter of months.
Jenny and Steve Edwards
were the first to move into a
house on Emma Lane about
three years ago. Since then
houses for other families have
been built on all but a few of
the nearby lots.
The street is now home to a
diverse group of people, from
empty nesters to families with,
small children'.
Old-fashioned neighborli-
ness and hospitality is prac-
ticed on the block.
Resident Bill Myers said
there is no better way to
make friends than "sharing a
meal and by breaking bread
with them.";'
He and his wife, Abby, who
has been profiled in this col-
umn as well as in Southern
Living magazine and other
publications, moved into


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their Emma Street home a
year ago.
Abby Myers enjoys enter-
taining. She helped organize
an elegant Progressive Dinner
for her neighbors on New
Year's Eve.
"What was really great
about it was that no ohe had
to drive and we were all with-
in walking distance of our
own homes," said Myers.
The New Year's Eve party
was such a success that the
residents are planning a
Fouth of 4th block party.
The event will feature a
family-style cookout, swim-
ming pool parties and fire-
works.
Each household will con-
tribute to the group meal. -
Residents with busier work
schedules or young children
plan to make something on


the quick and easy side.
Those with more time, will
take care of the decorating
and prepare more time-con-
suming meals.
Several of the women got
together a couple weeks early'
to plan the menu, divide the
tasks, and sample some of the
recipes.
While they were at it, they
decided to have their hus-
bands join them for a pre-4th
of July dinner.
For the party, Jenny
Edwards will serve informal
appetizers. In keeping with
the red, white and blue
theme, she'll serve bright red
salsa with white and blue
corn chips.
Next on the menu is Nancy
Harris' 4th of July Salad with
fresh strawberries and blue-
berries.
For the main course, Myers
will make baby back ribs,
fresh corn, and Caesar slaw.
Her husband and Burt Harris
are in charge of the grilling.
Dessert will served on


See RECIPES, A-12


Photo by. KATHY NICOLETTI
Denise Clemments, from left, Nancy 'Harris, Abby Myers, and Jenny Edwards are planning a fami-
ly-style block party for the Fourth of July.


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Engagements


Manning-Jones


Linda A. Manning and Allen
L. Jones, both of Jacksonville,
have announced their engage-
ment, to be married.
The bride-elect has a degree
in elementary education and
criminal justice from the
University of North Florida
arid is currently pursuing ,a
degree 'in ,psychology. She is
employed by the Jacksonville,
Sheriff's Office as a police offi-
cer.
The groom-elect has a busi-
ness degree and is a :project
manager/supervisor for Yates
Construction.
The couple. plan to wed at 2
p.m. Saturday, Aug. 5, 2006, at
the historic church at Beaches
Chapel, Neptune Beach.


Allen Jones and Linda
Manning '


Rukab-Drake


Lauren and Michael Merriam Tom and Andie Patton

Merriam-Rickerson Patton-Pennell


S'. Cassidee Lee Rukab of
Atlantic Beach and Dustin
Arthur Drake of- Jacksonville
have announced their engage-
ment to be married.
li,... The bride-elect is the daugh-
ter of Suzan Rukab of Atlantic
Beach and,the late Dr. Samuel
Rukab. She is. a' graduate of,
Providence High School and.
Florida Community College at
Jacksonville. Sho iss employed.
S 'by the: state of Florida.


The groom-elect is the son of
Danny A. Drake of
Dawsonville, Ga., and Patricia
Davis of Jacksonville. He is a:!
graduate of Protidence High
School and the University of
North Florida. He is employed.
by Cindy Hoye Designs.
The couple plan to wed on
July 9, 2006, at the Casa
Marina Hotel in Jacksonville'
Beach.


Lauren Rickerson of Neptune
Beach and Michael Merriam of
Winter Haven were married
Saturday, June 3, at Neptune
Baptist Church. Pastor Tom
Bary performed the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of
Thad and Lisa Rickerson of
Neptune Beach. She is a gradu-
ate of Fletcher High School,,
the University of North Florida
and the College of William and
Marl, Va. She is a school psy-
chology' intern for the Duval
County school system.
The groom is the son of Jim
' and' Darla Hammond of ,
' inter Haven and David
Merriam. He, is a graduate of


Winter Haven High School and
the University of North
Florida. He is employed as a
graphic designer by the Florida
Times-Union.
, Lorin Thies, Aubree
Rickerson, Michelle Naab,
Rachel Hammond, Randi
Green, and Abigail Patterson
were the bride's attendants.
Adam Merritt, Josh
Rickerson, Mike Naab, Ryan
Summers and Chad Voiselle
were groomsmen.
After a honeymoon to the
western Caribbean, the couple
will reside in Ponte Vedra
Beach.


Andrea Marie PennelL and.
Thomas Carl Patton, both of
Neptune Beach, were married
Saturday, June 24, on the
beach( in front of the Casa
Marina Hotel with the Rev.
Gabe Goodman presiding.
The bride is the daughter of
Linda Pennell of Atlantic
Beach and Mike Pennell. She is
a graduate of the University of
-Florida and a licensed real,
estate broker for Key Realty
Advisors. I
The groom is the son Ann


Patton and the late Don Patton
of Bedford, Ind. He is a gradu-
ate of Indiana University and is
the station manager/news
director at WVJCT Jacksonville.
Nancy Massengill, Becky
Oosting, Jenni Patton, Brooke
Redmond, Chelsy Pennell and
Elizabeth Oosting were the
bride's attendants. John Bryan,
Mike Hanna and Gabriel
Oosting were groomsmen.
After a honeymoon to Italy
and Germany, the couple will
reside in Neptune Beach.


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Air Force Airman Tyler G
Barker graduated June 9,
2006, from basic military
training at Lackland Air Force
Base, San Antonio, Texas.
Barker is a 2003 graduate of
Fletcher High School and the
son of Taylor and Lisa Barker
of Neptune Beach. He is the
grandson of Mary Barker and
the late Claude Barker of
Tipton, Ind., and Jerry and
Pat Pierce of Charleston, S.C.

Josh Hellhake, a 1999 salu-
tatorian of Fletcher High"
School, recently earned a


Airman Tyler Barker
Airman Tyler Barker
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master's degree in electrical
engineering from Stanford
(Calif.) University.
He is currently employed
by Lockheed Martin Corp. in
Sunnyvale, Calif. He is the
son of Diane Hellhake of'
Jacksonville Beach.

Edith Diane Kavanaugh of
Jacksonville Beach was named
to the dean's list for the 2006
spring semester at Mercer
University. She is enrolled in
Mercer's Southern School of
Pharmacy.


EDUCATION BRIEFS


Duval County Public
Schools will be several steps
ahead of Gov. Jeb Bush's A++
Plan for Education come fall.
A total of 19 high schools in
Jacksonville will implement
the new Keystone Course for
all incoming freshmen.,
The course, which 'relies-
heavily on the: acclaimedL
Career Choices curriculum,
will help students become
career-focused and career-
committed while learning
how to make effective deci-
siols about their futures.
Rebecca M. Dedmond,'
Ph.D, director of school coun-
seling for The George
Washington University
Alexandria Center and
founder of the Freshman
Transition Initiative, said,
"Long-range thinking and
planning can be taught, and
the best time to do this is dur-
ing the transitional year into
high school, in either the 8th
or 9th grade.
"Helping students visualize
a productive adult life and
Write a 10-year plan for their


futures is key to school reten-
tion and academic achieve-
ment. Once adolescents
understand the impact a good
education has on their future
life satisfaction,' and how
their high school decisions
affect the rest of their lives
educators find they have will-
ing and- enthusiastic learn-
ers." '
Dedmond has been working:
with school officials in Duval
County to develop the year-
long Keystone Course that
will culminate with students,
developing meaningful 10-,
year, career-inclusive educa-
tion plans that include: grad-
uation from high school;
matriculation and graduation
from post-secondary educa-
tion or training; and transi-
tion into the workforce with
the training and skills neces-
sary for economic self-suffi-
ciency.
Studies show that students
who enter college or post-sec-
ondary training career-
focused and career-committed
are far more likely to graduate


and transition into produc-
tive work that matches their
education and training.
The county hopes that stu-
dents will exert the effort
required to master their high
school coursework when the
acquisition of education
becomes relevant to their
future life satisfaction.

Duval County principal
appointments for the 2006-
2007 school year are as fol-
lows: ,
Elementary schools)
Alimacani: Kathy Stalls
Atlantic Beach: All Register
Finegan: David Pinter
Jacksonville Beach: Jill
Leinhauser
Mayport: Nancy Bragan
Neptune Beach: Sherron
Kenski
San Pablo: Linda Graham
Seabreeze: William .Dutter
(Middle Schools)
Fletcher: Laurie Flynn
Mayport: Karen Davis
iHigh Schools)
Fletcher: Dane Gilbert
Stanton Prep: Debra Lynch


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::. e..pes:: Baby Back Ribs, Independence Parfaits


photo by JOHNNY WOODHOUSE
Dane Gilbert by a banner in Fletcher's administration office that
commemorates the school's state runner-up finishes in boys
and girls soccer in 1998. Gilbert's son, Joseph, played on the
'98 boys team and is a soccer coach at Kernan Middle School.


Gilbert: Milkin award

winner in 1999 at Parker


Cont. from A-9
During Gilbert's tenure at
Terry Parker, the school made
the shift to block scheduling
and instituted a study skills
course for incoming freshmen.
"Block scheduling is a
change we are undergoing
now at Fletcher," said Gilbert.
"And the district is imple-
menting a keystone course
this coming school year that
centers on career exploration
for ninth graders."
Gilbert switched gears him-
self in 2000, leaving the
school ranks to take a district
position as human resources
director for the school system.
His "downtown" job includ-
ed hiring a number of his for-
mer students as teachers.
, 'ork gin.. human.
resources was a great experi-
ence, but it wasn't a job I
wanted to do for the next six
years," said Gilbert, who put
his name in the ring for the
principal position at Nease
High in 2005.
Gilbert was one of two final-
ists for the job that eventually
went to Dr. Linda Thomson,
an out-of-state applicant.
Gilbert admits that he was
"disappointed" when he did-
n't get the Nease job. He said
the school is a "centerpiece of
its community," much like
, Fletcher.
"But things happen for a
reason," added Gilbert, who
was offered the Fletcher prin-
cipalship this past spring, after
Dr. Helene Kirkpatrick was
transferred to Forrest High.
"Fletcher is considered a
very good job in the county.
We have a large amount of
teachers who want to transfer
here and a waiting list for stu-
dents who want to come here
on special assignment.
"And another great thing In
addition to the high level of
academic offerings here is the
high level of our arts and ath-
letics. It's very well-rounded.
You don't see too many
schools that are strong in
everything as we are."
Fletcher does not have an


International Baccalaurate pro-
gram like Nease or Stanton
Prep, but Gilbert said the
school is offering a record
number of Advanced
Placement, college credit
courses this coming school
year to boost its rigor.
"We are tripling our number
of AP seats," added Gilbert,
who once taught summer .'
school math at Fletcher and
led the Senator boys soccer
team to a district ttle in 1981.'
"Being enrolled in AP cours-
es in high school is a better '
indicator ofsuccess in college
than grade-point average or
SAT scores. We have a lot of '
students who walk out of here
with a lot of college credit."
Gilbert continued to coach
youth soccer at the Beaches
even after he lef FletcHeri in
the late 1980s.
His only regret, he said, was
that he should have stayed
longer as Fletcher's soccer
coach.
Gilbert's 1981 team went 17-
1-4 overall, losing to eventual
state runnet-up Ed White, High
in the state playoffs."
His oldest son, Joseph, wvho
graduated from Fletcher in
1999, played on Fletcher's
1998 state runner-up soccer.
team. He's now a teacher and
soccer coach at Kernan Middle
School.
Gilbert said he plans to be a
familiar face at many extracur-
ricular activities at Fletcher,
and not just during soccer sea-
son.
A Neptune Beach resident
for the past 13 years and a
Jacksonville Beach resident for
14 years before that, Gilbert
lives less than a mile from
Fletcher's Seagate Avenue cam-
pus.
"Parents and students will
see me at a lot of events," said
gilbert, adding that his drive
time to Fletcher is "about 45
seconds."
"Living in the community
makes it that much easier. I
love watching high school
kids compete and perform."


Cont. from A-9
Denise and George
Clemments' front porch
while everyone watches the
fireworks.
Clemments said that she
likes to cook for a crowd and
will make an All American
Cheesecake from a recipe that
is in many current maga-
zines.
Myers will also make
Independence Parfaits for the
kids or anyone else who
would like a dessert that
comes with its own sparkler.

The following are a selec-
tion of recipes that will be
served on Fourth of July on
Emma Lane.

4th of July Salad
(Nancy Harris)
Dressing:
2 T balsamic vinegar
2 T rice wine vinegar
1 T and 1.tsp. honey
1 tsp, curry'-
2. tsp. Dijon mustard
salt and pepper

Salad:
Spinach leaves
Romaine.lettuce, if desired
I red onion, sliced
1 cup strawberries
1 cup blueberries
one-half cup pecans
Whisk together dressing
ingredients. Combine salad
ingredients and toss dressing
with salad just before serving.

The Best Baby Back Ribs
(Abby Myers)

4 lbs. baby back ribs cut
into 6-8 sections
2 T granulated garlic
2 T poultry seasoning
2 T Nature's Seasoning
1 bottle (18 oz.) barbecue
sauce
Preheat oven to 300
degrees.
Line a large baking sheet
with double layered foil.
Season rib sections with gar-
lic and seasonings. Bake ribs
for 3 hours, turning every 30
minutes and draining off any
fat juices.
Heat grill to medium/high
heat. Place ribs on grill. Coat
with sauce, cover fo- 5 min-
utes. Turn and repeat. Serve.
*Ribs can be finished in the
oven. instead of grill. Turn up
the oven temperature to 350
degrees. Coat one;gide with,
sauce and bake fdrlO min-
u es; repeat on the other side.
Serve.

Caesar Slaw
1 cup mayo
one-third cup fresh lemon
juice
9.anchovy filets, finely
chopped
3 cloves of garlic, minced
14 cups packaged slaw mix
14 green onions, thinly
sliced
one-half cup freshly grated
parmesan cheese


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While Bill Myers finishes Ihe ribs on the grill, Burt Harris waits
with the serving platter.


Whisk first four ingredients
together in a small bowl to
blend. Season to taste with
salt and pepper.
Toss slaw mix in a large
bowl' with green onions and
dressing until well coated.
(This can be made a day
.ahead.) Cover and refrigerate.
Before serving, mix cheese
into slaw. Transfer to shallow
serving bowl' and serve.

Granny Mar Corn with
Jalapeno-Line Butter
(Abby MyNersi

Jalapeno-Lime Butter
2 jalapeno chiles, seeds and
pale membranes removed,
coarsely chopped
1 stick of butter at room
temperature
1 clove of garlic, minced
1 tsp. grated lime peel
Place all ingredients in food
processor and mix until
smooth. Season with salt.
Transfer to small' bowl and
serve at room temperature.
6 ears of corn
one-quarter cup sugar
Husk and remove silk from
corn. Cover corn in a large
pot of water; add sugar and
stir.
Place pot on high heat;
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2 pkg. (8 oz.) cream cheese,
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Passing fancy: Senators hone aerial game


Offense on display at


Sunshine Invitational


Bv CHUCK ADAMS
SPORTS WRITER
Nease High won what proved
to be an endurance test as much
as it was a passing tournament
Saturday in capturing the first
Sunshine State Initational 7 on
7 football championship.
The event took place at Davis
Park in Ponte Vedra, where the
park's football venue was divid-
ed into 40-yard fields allowing
five 22-minute contests to be
played simultaneously. A num-
ber of area schools participated
in games featuring only skill
position players no offensive
or defensive linemen.
The high
schools played
each other in a
round-robin
style, a total of There's s
nine games,
with the top be said for p
four being
seeded for the long as yo
championship ball.] We
phase.
The other defending s
high schools
taking part in We feel pre
the Nease-
hosted tourna- -._ -... ........ -
ment were
Fletcher, Day- Joe F
tona Beach
Seabreeze, Bar- Senators.


tram Trail, First Coast, Raines,
Lake Mary, North Marion, Clay
and Forrest.
Nease, which squeezed into
the championship bracket at
No. 4, beat No. 1 Seabreeze, and
No. 2 Clay defeated No. 3 First
Coast. The Panthers topped
S Clay in their day's 11 th game to
win their second tournament of
the summer.
On June 17, Nease successful-
ly defended the title it won at
last year's Blazer passinglournia-
ment in Valdosta, Ga.
Rising junior quarterback Ted
Stachitas has led Nease the past
two weekends. The Panthers
topped Tallahassee Lincoln for
this year's Valdosta title.
"When we went to the
Valdosta tournament last year
and won with Timmy Tebow,
every one of our receivers was a
senior," said Nease coach Craig
Howard. "When we went this
year, there was not one starter
who had played in that tourna-
ment. We were thrilled to death
& our kids fought so hard to win.
I was shocked, and excited."
Nease assistant head
coach/defensive line coach'
David San Juan, who coordinat-
ed the Sunshine State tourna-
ment, had high praise for
Fletcher quarterback Marty
McCann, who led the Senators
over the Panthers 27-18 in both
schools' first game.
"That kid is a very impressive
player, both fundamentally and
mentally. He was one of the sto-
ries of the weekend," said San
Juan, who credited Fletcher


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quarterbacks coach Jeff
McCrone.
Before the tournament,
Fletcher head coach Joe
Reynolds said, "This will be the
first passing thing we've done.
We'll see what happens. If we
can't complete any passes, we're
just going to run the ball next
year. If we complete one, maybe
we'll thlq v once during the
year." ,. '
After the "Battle of the
Beaches" bad ended, and with
eig.',oe gt m es, to play,
Reynbld laid, "There's some-
thing to said for passing as
long as you catch it. We beat
the defending state champ. We
feel pretty good."
Reynolds'
squads have
--........ -. always been
known as run-
mething to ning teams.
Following
Missing as McCann's per-
formance on
catch [the Saturday, how-
beat the ever, the veter-
an coach may
ate champ. open things
up once the
y good. season starts.
The Sena-
-- tors drew first
blood against
eynolds Nease on a
touchdown
ead coach pass from
McCanii to Troy Guidry.
"It feels good to be back out
here with the team," said
Guidry, smiling broadly after
his TD reception. "We've been
working hard. It's showing right
here against Nease."
The first Panthers TD came
on a Stachitas-to-Quinton
Huggins pass, the second on a
length-of-field toss to Graham
Bates.
After losing to Fletcher, Nease
cojiliited Id stumble.
"First Coast beat the tar out of
us," said San Juan. "We also lost
a close game to Forrest."
The Panthers closed pool play
with a 6-3 record, while the
Senators wound up 5-4, losing
their last game to Raines.
"If Fletcher had beaten
Raines, that would have
knocked us out of the finals,"
said San Juan.
The passing tournament,
which had been scheduled as a
two-day event, was compressed
to one because of Sunday's
threatening weather forecast.
There was one brief shower
Saturday, after the first games
had been played.
"Team is the key to winning,"
Stachitas said of how to capture
a 7 on 7 tournament. "Just play
how you know to play, run all
your routes right. And I've got
to make all my passes. Just
make sure you do what you're
supposed to."
Skills tournaments give
Panthers wide receivers coach
Ken Fasnacht, Jr. an opportuni-
ty to look at prospects.


I)r


Pnolo by ROB DeANGELO
It was a different kind of Fletcher High offense on display Saturday during the day-long Sunshine Invitational 7 on 7 football champi-
onship at Davis Park in Ponte Vedra Beach. The Senators were very effective in the seven-on-seven passing drills competition,
beating host Nease High during a 22-minute scrimmage.


"[Rising senior] Christian
Dennis almost started playing
like a Ryan Ellis or Will Oakley
last week," Fasnacht said, refer-
ring to two previous Nease
receiving stars. "Tallahassee
Lincoln's comers are commit-
ted to Miami and Florida State,
and they couldn't cover him.
And Jordan Anderson, I
thought, took some big steps
last week.
"Helping us at running back
is Zach Tronti. Throwing Tronti


the ball out of the backfield is That tournament's sponsored
big-time success," added' by Nike, and they have 36
Fasnacht. teams."
Howard hopes to establish a All drives started at the 40.
Jacksonville-area tournament There was no rushing, only
that eventually will grow to 36 passing. Touchdowns were
teams. worth six points, interceptions
"If this year's teams have a three. Turnovers on downs were
good experience, hopefully worth two points, PATs one.
they'll come back next year and There were seven defensive
we can build this thing up," he and six offensive players, plus a
said. "We're trying to pattern it center who snapped the ball.
after the Southeast Select First downs were awarded for
Tournament in Birmingham. crossing the 25-yard line and


the 10. Teams had three plays
to make a first down.
Quarterbacks had four seconds
to pass, otherwise it was a sack.
With the clock running con-
tinuously, the Nease-Fletcher
game that started at 10:30 a.m.
Saturday was still being played
long after the other four were
over.
As Fletcher offensive coordi-
nator Ricky Medlock said with a
smile, "A Nease guy's running
the dock."


Full speed ahead toward Jags trainii


By ROBERT DeANGELO
SPORTS EDITOR

With organized team activities now
over, some Jacksonville Jaguars players
will rest for a few weeks while others
like QB Byron Leftwich and' his
receivers will stay in town to work on
passing drills until training camp offi-
cially opens July 28.
Leftwich and the Jaguars coaching
staff hope someone will emerge
from a talented group of 4
receivers, including Ernest
Wilford and Matt Jones, to fill
the void left by veteran Jimmy
Smith who retired the day
before spring practices began.
"We're asking Reggie
[Williams] to do a whole lot
more this year and we believe .
he'll do that," said Jaguars head
coach Jack Del Rio.
The retirement of Smith "'
leaves Jacksonville without a ..,
proven deep threat, which 4
means opposing defenses
can stack players close to
the line of scrimmage in an
effort to limit Jacksonville's
ability to run the ball.
Jones replaced Smith in most
of Jacksonville's offensive schemes


ties (OTAs) offered optimism that the
Jaguars may have a fresh offensive
weapon in rookie tight end
Marcedes Lewis. The 6'6",
262-pound Lewis
caught nearly every
ball thrown his way
this spring and pres-
ents Leftwich with a
huge target and
commanding pres-
ence across the
middle. There is a
palpable excite-

players and
coaches regard-
ing Lewis's po-
tential.
While veter-
an running
back Fred
Taylor skipped
the Jaguars OTAs,
there seems to'be lit-
tle friction regarding
his absence.
"I talk to him just about

I Photo by ROB DeANGELO
LEFT: Jaguars cornerback
Chris Roberson makes an
interception during last
year's preseason training
camp.


every other day and he's working out
hard in Miami with a guy that we
know is getting him into great shape,"
Leftwich said. "He'll be here when
training camp starts and as a veteran
he knows our system and what's
expected of him."
Veterans and rookies are expected to
report for preseason training camp July
28 with practices getting underway the
next day at 10:15 a.m. and 7:15 p.m.
Two-a-days will continue until the
Jaguars' first scrimmage August 4 at
7:30 p.m. inside Alltel Stadium, fol-
lowed by a mock game Aug. 5 at 10
a.m.
Of the 85 players who are expected
to report for training camp, 20 will be
cut as the Jaguars trim their roster to
65 by Aug. 29. Final cuts will be made
on Saturday, Sept. 2 when NFL teams
must reduce their rosters to 53 active
players.
Training camp includes 23 practice
sessions from July 29 until Aug. 11
and is open to the public. The Jaguars'
training facility includes bleacher seat-
ing to accommodate approximately
2,250 spectators. Restrooms and limit-
ed concessions are also available for
fans attending practices.
Beginning Monday, July 24, fans
can call the Jaguars Training Camp
Hotline to receive the daily practice


ng camp

schedule. Phone number is 633-6525
and the hotline message is updated
daily to reflect any changes or addi-
tions to the schedule.
Jacksonville's first preseason game
takes place Saturday, Aug. 12 as the
team travels to Miami in a 7:30 p.m.
start.
If the spring practices are any indi-
cation, the Jaguars calling card next
season will once again be defense. The
defense dominated especially dur-
ing passing drills but Leftwich
claims the practices were more give-
and-take.
"Offense had its days. Defense had
its days," the quarterback said. "That's
the way it usually is and when you
look at film it's never as one-sided as
you think it is."
Jacksonville's preseason schedule
also includes hosting the Carolina
Panthers Aug. 19 in a 7:30 p.m. start,
playing host to the Tampa Bay
Buccaneers Aug. 26 in an 8 p.m. kick-
off, then traveling north for a final
preseason game against the Atlanta
Falcons Aug. 31 at 7:30 p.m.
The regular season beings at home
Sept. 10 in an eagerly-anticipated
match-up against the Dallas Cowboys.
The game is slated to be nationally tel-
evised by the FOX Network with a
4:15 p.m. kickoff.


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FISHING


Lots of action from the Pier and Nassau Sound


excellent catches of whit-
ing and pompano came in
from Nassau Sound last
week. Several kings came over
the rail of the Jacksonville
Beach Pier along with flounder,
whiting and drum.
Big tarpon are gradually mov-
ing into the area behind the
shrimp boatsiand along the
beach. Offshore, small kings
were boxed all week and bar-
racuda made active days even
more exciting.
Air Force Major Steve Borden
and Adam Ross chummed from
the "Candy" last Thursday off
Shanty Town and caught a
cooler full of yellowmouth,
whiting and sand trout and
twelve sharks before Steve
hooked and captured a tarpon
weighing 130 pounds after a 40
minute battle.
His first tarpon was caught on
the "Candy" at the age of 8
fishing with his grandfather Jim
Alley. Steve and Adam finished
the day by catching two big
sharks behind a shrimp boat on
the way home.
Our best out of town report
this week comes from Shell
Beach, Louisiana. George Bull,
Carson Eddings and his son
Paul along with Larry Motes on
a two-day trip last week caught
hundreds of speckled trout
weighing up to four pounds
and lots of redbass too big to
keep. George said, 'Llt was unbe-
lievable."
Most of their catching was
around the shallow water oil
rigs.
Capt. David King with Ann
White and Claudia Estes on the
"Crusty Crab" had plenty of
action at Nassau Sound last
Friday. They pulled in 40 whit-
ing, 15 pompano and dozens of
jacks and blues.
Capt. David also had great
catches earlier in the week in


the same area of the Sound.
Capt. Mike Morris fished with
Nathan Henry last Monday
morning at Nassau Sound and
caught 29 whiting, six pom-
pano, three flounder and a pair
of trout.
On Tuesday morning, Capt.
Mike made the Nassau trip
again and picked up another 26
whiting and four pompano. On
the way back he stopped near
Sisters Creek and caught 19 red-
bass to 26 inches.
Capt. Dave Sipler with Bill
Massey on Tuesday morning in
Nassau Sound netted 30 whit-
ing to two pounds and several
spade fish.
There was plenty of excite- "
ment on the Jax Beach Pier last
Thursday when Billy Souz
brought his 28-pound king over
the rail.
Steve and David Gale left the-
Pier with a nice catch of whit-
ing and pompano in their cool-
er. Phillip Cressman used mud
minnows to catch two flounder
and other anglers left the pier
with flounder weighing up to
six pounds, whiting and seven-
pound drum.
Capt. Dennis Reed and his
wife Diane on their "Lady Di"
slow trolled offshore last Friday
foi two kings to 15 pounds and
a 10-pound dolphin.
Capt Eddie Smith with the


Jim Bulin party last Saturday
fished the bottom around P.M.
for two red grouper, a 10-
pound snapper and 27 fat
seabass.
Capt Dave Walters with
friend Al and Gary Sticknev and
his 7-year-old grandson Dalton
Phillips trolled live bait over the
M.R. bottom and caught four
big kings at 40, 35 30 and 20
pounds.
Capt. Jim Camey, an instruc-
tor at our Marine Science
Center in Mayport, took friends
to the M.R. bottom last
Thursday and caught a pair of
kings and lots of seabass before
coming in to the beach and
chumming behind a shrimp
boat. They immediately got
four jumps out of a big tarpon
before losing him and for the
next hour fought big black tips
that were feeding behind the
shrimp boat.
Canal guide John Dyrssen
with Earl Shimp and his sisters
used mud minnows last
Wednesday morning below the
McCormick Bridge to catch two
redbass, two flounder at four
and two pounds and a dozen
trout too small to keep.
Larry "Fishman" Finch and
his wife Murphy used mud
minnows near White Shell last
Saturday and caught 20 floun-
der and six trout. Earlier in the
week Larry and Murphy fished
the surf at the Cape and caught
40 whiting.
Capt. Ron Dorsett on the
"Crack-a-Noon" with Brian
McDonald, Andy Hogan and
Bill Wilderotter fished the Eiton
bottom last Wednesday with
live cigar minnows and squid to
catch their limit ofbeeliners
(two to three pounds), 15 trig-
gerfish and plenty of pinkies,
seabass and several strawberry
grouper.
Capt. Dennis Young with the
Jeff Thomas party last Thursday
trolled E.F. for six kings and


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Seven-year-old Dalton Phillips caught this 20-pound ring last weekend while fishing with his
grandfather, Gary Stickney, and Capt. Dace Walters


dropped down to the bottom
after lunch for six snapper to 10
pounds.
Capt. Kirk Waltz with Eric
"the Tattoo Man," his mother
Debbie and two daughters on
the "Enterprise" last Tuesday
morning anchored near the
south jetties and caught 22 red-
bass to 31 inches.
On an afternoon trip with
lim McCullum and Keith Gibbs
Capt. Kirk reports bringing a
wild 72-pound cobia into the
"Enterprise." This is the largest
reported this season.
On Wednesday morning
Capt. Kirk had Chris Huff and
his two sons Christopher and
Robbie as his guests. They
trolled live pogies over E.F. for
12 kings, a bonits and two


cuda. In the afternoon The Rev.
Doug Rutt party took the
"Enterprise" back to the same
area for four kings and a 42-
pound cobia.
On the "Mayport Pnncess"
before the blow last Wednes-
day Gene Boners and his son
Keoni started the day off with a
25-pound snapper for Keoni
and a 22-pounder for Gene.


Other anglers caught their
limit of beeliners to four
pounds, 12 amberjack, two dol-
phin, two kings and a dozen
triggers. This catch was made at
B.R. On Tuesday at B.R. anglers
caught another dozen amber-
jack, nine snapper, two grouper,
two dolphin, two kings and
coolers filled with beeliners.
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Camp is conducted in the
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rising 6th graders. Four divisions
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ailment in United States


r'r~he U.S. national soccer
| team came off looking
L weaker than jail house
soup in the WVorld Cup.
The game that has fascinated
and captured the kids in this
country hasn't produced the
kind of international power that
prevails in the World Cup. For
some reason,soccer in the U.S.,
as popular as it may be to kids
and parents (who like the econ-
omy of it in outfitting their little
monsters has not become the
almighty god that it is in
Europe, Asia and South
America.
The Americans fell so flat on
their pusses that the coach is
'toying with the notion of quit-
ting and looking for a better
job. Can't blame Bruce Arena
for being discouraged and dis-
mayed. -
"Four years ago (after being
eliminated in the 2002 Cup) I
was completely burnt out after.
that whole thing. I was a zom-
bie... right now, I'm just an
idiot," Arena said over there in
Hamburg, Germany.,
Arena should talk to Bobby
Cox of the Atlanta Braves.
Things are so bad with the one-
time kings of the National
League, the fans will probably
be frisked at the gate now for
weapons.
Regardless of how deep. in the
hole the Braves finish, though,
baseball is not dead there.
Georgia Tech (and Georgia up
the road) had brilliant seasons
and drew well at their respective
home fields, despite falling
short in me College World
Series. Soccer does well on the


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PRESS BOX


Remember the Tea Men here at
the old Gator Bowl stadium?
They had a strong backing from
local soccer fans, but mere just
weren't enough of them.
Indoor soccer at the Coliseum
did far better because the action
was faster. The Tea Men actually
broke the ground for pro soccer
here, but it didn't last Owned at
the start by a tea company
(hence the name) and coached
by a pair of Englanders who had
won their spurs playing and
coaching with the Manchester
team, the locals should have
succeeded with the background
they had.
They started with the two
coaches, Noel Cantwell and
Dennis Viollet, both revered
men in the soccer world of
England, but after a few years of
trying to make it, the sponsors
gave up and so did Cantwell,
who moved to another location.
Dennis Viollet remained in
Jacksonville and took over the
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post. He died in 1999, Cantwell
died in 2005 after returning to
England.
Ironically, both men said that
. they thought Jacksonville had a
future in the game in the years
to come. It hasn't come yet, but
who knows when it might.
Incidentally, one of the gener-
al managers of the Tea Men
towards the end was Dick
Kravitz, who originally came to
town to be general manager of
the Jacksonville Suns. Kravitz
did well running the Tea Men
for three years, the league folded
and the Tea Men did likewise
shortly thereafter. The Suns sur-
Oived after Kra\itz left and, as
proved by their success in attenr-.
dance since the coming of the
new Ball Grounds, are still going
strong, owned by the Peter
Bragans, who were not local to
start with, but after 22 years
have become local. It beats
being owned by a tea company.
Good news for Jaguar faithful!
Draftee Maurice Drew should be
available for summer camp that
starts July 27. No witness has
, been found to brand him for
assaulting a man out in Los
Angeles Fans and media alike
are anxious to see the 5-7 Drew
in action here and determine if
he's as.fast as they claimed at
the draft.
Never mind the cynic who
said, "He can't be too fast he
didn't get away from those cops
at the restaurant where the vic-
tim was assaulted, did he?"
Maurice has steadily denied he
had any part of the crime, cross
his heart and hope to give up
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SKATEBOARDING LEGEND


By REX EDMONDSON
SPORTS COLUMNIST
Like his coaching pal, Danny
Darwin who handles the pitch-
ers, Mike Easler brought a ton of
major league baseball experi-
ence with him this season'to aid,
Suns manager John Shoemaker.
At the turn of the season'
Jacksonville's success in winning
the first half makes both men
look good.
Hitting coaches don't
step into the box against
enemy teams, of
course, any more than
pitching coaches toe
the rubber and
face the heavy
S hitters. But the
hours of teaching
and working
with the troops
leaves their indel-
ible impression.
Players listen to the coaches
because guys like Easler and
Danvrwin have "been there," and
just maybe they have the magic
ingredient that can make major
leaguers out of strugglers.
Even the best of golfers' refer
to their coaches now and then
and so it is with baseball players
going up, even some who have
made it, but have stumbled into
a slump. Ballplayers, like golfers,
are a superstitious lot.
Anyone who saw the
Pittsburgh Pirates in the World
Series in 1979 remembers just
: how good they Were under
Charles "Chuck" Tanner and


watching the antics of Willie
Stargell and his bombers. That
was the team that Easler broke-
in with and before his 15 major
league seasons were over,
including a .293 average with;
118 homers and 522 runs batted
in, he had journeyed around
enough to be an honorary
member of National Geogra-
phic, with stops at Pittsburgh,
me Boston Red Sox, New York
Yankees and Philadelphia
Phillies. Also, playing in
both leagues gave him a
good inside on
restaurants from the
East to the West
i Coast. One more
reason the play-
ers want his:
opinion.
Easlex Wyas :
known 'as "The',
Hit Man" while.
with me Pirates,
from the first year when the
Pirates won the World Series
and gave him his first ring. He
recorded a .300 batting average
or better for four seasons,
including two years with more
than 20 home runs. He was also
elected to the 1981 All-Star
, team.
After his major league career
was over. Easier did duty as a
minor league manager, college
coach and major league hitting
coach for the Milwaukee
Brewers, Boston Red Sox and St.
Louis Cardinals. With his record
it's no wonder that the Dodgers
were eager to have him and use


his,knowledge to hone up their
minor league'prospects.
"Mike Easier. has been one of
our best young players to come
up," Chuck Tanner said of him
after the '79 championship sea-
son. "He's a real asset with his
hitting, but also as a team man.
I think he'd make a fine manag-
er. He studies the game."
-The 55-year-old Cleveland,
Ohio, native likes the talent he's
inherited with the Suns and the
players speak well of him.
"I like it here," Easier says.
"And the Dodgers gave us some
fine talent to work with -
(Andy) LaRoche is going to do
fine up there. I don't take any
credit for Matt Kemp. He was a
natural from the start, but you
still have to work with them
because they're so young."
Shoemaker and president
Peter Bragan, Jr. tell you that no
team can win very long without
top coaches and they mink this
year's pair are as good as you can
find in the minors.
"If we go all the way this year,
win the second half, too,"
Bragan says, "a big chunk of the
credit goes to our coaches,
Darwin and Easier. They make
the job' a lot easier for
Shoemaker and the combina-
tion of manager and coaches is
the best, I think, we've ever had
here."
Both Darwin and Easier earn
their pay. Before every game you
can find Easier in the batting
cage, watching and directing
the Suns. It's paying off.


Pnoto ov LIZA MITCHELL
Skateboarding legend Tony Alva, right, signs an autograph for a young fan Sunday at
Skatelab in Atlantic Beach. Alva brought skateboarding to the-forefront in the 1970s
when he first joined the legendary Z-Boys team along with Jay Adams and Stacy
Peralta. Alva and team will also be joining Skatelab for their 2nd annual Florida
Travel Camp Tour.
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10 lots, sold individually or as a package, adjacent Stanain g Cedar Shake Rm$3000 toward
to multi-million dollar intracoastal community in New Caostrcion
Jacksonville. Majestic oak and hickory trees, with Beautiful Cedar Shake with
single family zoning. Lots are 50 x 110, and are white trim. Fantastic exterior 90
sold for $85k to $175k each. look along with real hardwood
Great Howue In Not Neighborhood! |L floors, decorative and open p'-.
Brand new to the market! Riverbrook of Glen kitchen,custombuilt-incabinets,
S. Kernan Chets Creek soaring ceilings, and just 2 blocks to. the ocean.
SElementary district,. convement $1 049,000
to JTB and minutes to the .: Vacat Lot/Eatof AjA la NOeptni C ea -
beach! 3 bedrooms, 2 baths
S...-beach! 3 bdrloms, 2 baths' Only 2 blocks to the ocean, fabulous comer lot, walk
DR & FR tile in kitchen and baths inLRto the beach or The Coer. A wonderful location to.
DR & FR ,leinL kitchen and baths, ,;granite create many memories. $$ Million home next door,
countertops. SS appliances, huge fenced backyard. $449,000 (
on a cul-de-sac! PRICED TO SELL $329,000! 1 rh e -
year home warranty included!. IS th eti ll!
Mogh Jm lleasi TowInome! the -
.. ... S ,|~' l. .T.v 1_A Michael Duntlap de ed-
Nearly 2100 SF of gorgeous townhome. less than b-a-c. mi h ael Dn, lap
two blocks to the beach! 3 BR / sl eacn nme ranrdar
2.5 BA. 3 floors, oceanview stainless sh ei ceaar
If from luxury master suite a ex
from luxury master s uch more. Separaon well to save $$$'s on
Sors 2 ca Gleamr.g hardoodeal at lawn maintenance. An absolutely fabulous home!
floors. 2 car garage. A deal at
$529,000 Buyer 10008$2500 towards closing costs $599,000
plus 1 year home warranty! Carol Zigoe 904-903-9048
The Pt -I oftN.rblandig!. 1 i ae Pre-construt0on
-Best price for spacious 3 GorgeOus courtyardviews,
G.gubedroom condo. On second Gcourtyardviews,
bedroom condo. On second 2BR/2.5BA, under-building
floor with screened lanai with parking, gated communityclose -
a private wooded preserve view. to JTB dining, shopping. will ove this home!
Ceramic tile in all livin areas will love this home!
and berber carpet in the bedrooms. Buyer-ni i $444,428 u ^
$1500 towards closing costs plus 1 year home 14W0 on ICW1
warranty. $239,000 Close to new PV High School.
EAST OF AIA for under $230,000 Beautiful ICW estate, boat lift,
Absolutely huge 1/bedroom 2/ dock, gazebo, pool, 3863 SF, 4
Sbth tfurished condo a blocks BR/3.5 BA, in-law/nanny suite,
from the beach.Overlooks the pecky cypress walls and
pool and has its own laundry hardwood floors, on quiet cul-de-sac. Buyer Bonus.
S. room with washer and dryer 5K towards closing costs $1,480 000
included. Great home, rental or vacation property. Sawgrass Custom beauty!
Best Value @ the Beach.....PERIOD!!l Beautiful custom built home on
You will not find a finer home at the beach for, this .^ Guana Preserve, 1, mile to the i-0]
price!!! 4bdrms/2bths. Almost like buying new. ocean. 5 years old, 4BR/4.5BA, '
Major systems updated in the Saturnia and hardwood floors,
.- _i last year! Current owners have backs up to Guana Preserve,
kept this home immaculate! a prox. 5800 SF, 3.5 car garage
SShows wonderfully well!! -amustsee! Buyers onusof$15K towards closing
-- $229,000 costs! $1,790,000


country Club
Spacious home on 8th green! 4
BR/4.5 BA with office, formal LR
& DR. heated, screened pool,
brand new summer kitchen, home
screen shows GREAT! Buyer
ds closing costs $729,000
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14-591-6976
Vacant Land
The finest ocean%,.r able
in Jax B CJ3l ning water
vie.,' g I. areas. One of a kind
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Duplex lot at beach!
Build 4 townhomes .on this lot:
Close to the beach, major access
routes arid "A"'rated' schools.
$599,000

Mayport area office condos
No other product like this at the
beach. Stop driving into town and
renting space. Units starting at
$130,000. Own your own office!!!

Pont. Vedra's Finest
One of the finest homes for sale
in Ponte Vedra. Immaculate, built
in 2005 and shows like a model.
5bdrm/4.5bth with finished bonus
and unbelievable kitchen. You
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S K LAKEFRONT Property 1 to 401- acre
parcels from the $40s. On Lake Barkley
near Land Between the Lakes. Lakefront,
view & wooded sites. Phase II open nowl
Gall (866)339:4966. .

BEAUTIFUL NORTH Carolina. Escape to
Sbautilul Wesem rn NC Mountains. Free
color brochure & Information mountain
properties w/spectacular views homes.
cabins, creeks, & Investment acreage.
Cherokee Mountain Realty GMAC Real
Estate, cherokeemountaimrealty.com
(800)841-5868.
REAL ESTATE for sale, Houses, Land.
Waterfront. National Forest Frontage,
Piedmont of NC. Iron Horse Properties.
(800)997-2248,
www.ironhorseauction.com, NCAL#3936.

ALL REAL Estate advertised herein is
subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act,
which makes it illegal to advertise any
prelerence, limitation, or discrimination
asked on race, color, religion, sex,
handicap, familial status or national ori-
gin. or the intention to make any such
preference, Imitatlion or discrimination.
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cept any advertising for real estate
which is in violation of the law All per-
sons are hereby informed that all dwell-
ings advertised are available on an
equal opponunity basis
If you believe that you may have been
discnminaied against in connection with
Sthe sale. rental or financing of housing,
call the United States Department of
Housing and Urban Development -HUD-
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paired 1(800)927-9275.

Western New Mexico Private 74 Acre
Ranch $129,990 Mt views, trees, rolling
hills, pastureland, wildlife, borders BLM.
Picturesque homeslie at 6,700' elevation.
Horseback riding, hiking, hunting. Perfect
family ranch, electricity. 100o% financing
NALC 1866)365-2825.
VA MOUNTAINS 5 acres with frontage on
very large pristine creek, very private, ex-
cellent fishing, canoeing, good access,
,near New River Trail State Park, $39,500.
Owner (866)789-8535 www.mountain-
solVA.com.
INVESTORS RIVERSIDE area, 2BR/1BA
nome w/garage Concrete w/stucco. As Is
$89,9K appraised $135K Call 655-3016.


3.24 ACRES JACKSONVILLE, close to
S 9A and Beach Blvd. natural
wetlands/creek. 1170,000. OBO. 241-
4876.
BEACH/ KERNAN 1.2A resiaentlai. $150K
www.531duVal.com (904) 710-2607.
WNC MOUNTAINS 5 71 acres w/ hard-
wood trees Financing available only
$39,995. Private lake and river access.
This one won't last call today' (800)699-
1289 or www.nverbendlakelure.com.
15 ACRE Florida ranch estate. Only
$69,900! Shon drive to the Gull of Mexico
Just minutes from 1-10. Won't lastl Call
nowl 1866)950-5263 Ext 650.
PV FSBO. Build your dream home Last
li'4 acre buildable lot east ot AlA.
$489.900
www realtycheckout.com/104038 or call
(904)994-1329
MURRAY HILL lot 50'x101', residential,
SGreen St. $45K. Call 655-3016.
LOT- 50'X100' Vilano Bch, $199,000.
Grace Ellis, All Pro Realty Specialists.
655-7923 (cell)
ATLANTIC BEACH. 328 10th Street,
S85'x130'. Close to 'Ocean. $699,000.
Steve McGuire, 246-9915.
;NASSAU MARSHFRONT w/tidal creek
access to Nassau River 2.68 acres w/gor-
geous view $268,000 OBO. 241-4876.

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A TRUE opportunity in Neptune Bch!
Just 4 blocks Irom the ocean. Sold -as is"
or tear down & use as a lot. $285,000.
Call Mark 591-6976.
ADORABLE 4/2, one owner home has
one of the preniesi lots in the area Mani-
cured yard has lush landscaping and room
enough for a pool. Fenced yard wih cxtta
'decking, screened porch, formal dining
room. eat-in kitchen with breakfast bar.
security, ceiling tans, and termite bond.
Reduced to $244.900. Please contact
Phyllis Slaines waih RE/MAX Coastal Real
Estate ai 904-476-SOLD or visil
www.psTaines corn
TWO HOMES 1300 Jacksonvile Dr.
4/3.5; 3916 Grande Blvd. 5/4; both
3,055sf. energy efficient, all concrete
block, kil. upgrades, gas pkg. & more Ha-
nalea Properties, 923-8030.
Help-U-Sell Coastal Realty
NEW LISTING EAST OF A1A
PONTE VEDRA BEACH
Totally remodeled 4BR/2 5BA. limestone
flooring, slate countertops, custom cabi-
nets and lighting. Owned by professional
kitchen/. bath designer. GORGEOUS!
Must see' $549,900.
15TH AVE. S.- SOUTH JAX BEACH
Key West style cottage, adorable with
huge great room. private backyard, great
'lor entertaining, Low maintenance land-
scaping. $332,900. Call today for details.
WINDSOR POINTE CONDO
Motivated selierl 2BRi2BA. 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 file in
main living area. Ready to gol $304.900.
JOHNS CREEK ICW
3BR/3BA w.large bonus room. popular
Iloorpian w'ormal living, dining room, cov-
ered lanai, inground swim spa. Offered at
$339,500
HIGHLAND GLEN
Beaulilul "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 Iloor plan, lenced backyard and
backing on to pond. Offered at $253,900.
ST. ANDREWS PLACE ICW
3BR/3BA newly constructed Mercedes
bull home Huge bonus room looll Land-
scapea yard and a greal Iloor plan Of-
fered at $375.000.
JACKSONVILLE BEACH
Upgraded home in San Pablo Circle,
3BR,2BA home w spacious master suite
Fenced oack yard. large den, immaculate-
ly maintained. Offered at $328,900.
FULL SERVICE. BIG SAVINGS
THE EXPERTS NEXT DOOR
Call: 904-241-4447
SELL YOUR HOME STARTING AT $2950
www.helpusell.com/coastalrealty
SAWGRASS PLAYERS CLUB. FSBO,
5BR/3BA, 3200sl. water to golf views
$799000 will co-op (9041716-9236.
4 BLKS to Beach. 21 Sandra Dr. 3/1.5
plus 1/1 apt. 2100st, new A/C, two remod-
eled balnrooms, light tile, ceiling fans, cul-
de-sac w/ duck pond, fenced yard w/ play
fort $339,900 994-6864.
ATLANTIC BEACH Townhomes, com-
pletely renovated, new appliances, Iix-
lures, lie, cabinets, etc Convenienl to
shopping, transportation and entertain-
ment. 832 846 Cavalia Rd. $183,500.
Call 563-3615
PONTE VEDRA, 3BR'2BA, beaulitul, re-
modeled townhome on lake. End unit
$185,900 (904)424-0660. ,


NEW LISTING IN PVBI
Dolphin Cove, PVB, 3BR/2BA, huge cor-
ner lot, all brick, cul-de-sac, updated tile in
main living area. Ready to gol $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, 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 $253,900.
ST. ANDREWS PLACE ICW
3BR/3BA newly constructed Mercedes
built home. Huge bonus room fooll Land-
scaped yard and a great floor plan. Of-
fered at $375.000.
JACKSONVILLE BEACH
Upgraded home on 'San Pablo Circle.
3BR/2BA home w/spacious master suiie
Fenced back yard, large den, immaculate-
ly maintained. Offered at $328,900
FULL SERVICE. BIG SAVINGS
THE EXPERTS NEXT DOOR
Help-U-Sell Coastal Realty
Call: 904-241-4447
SELL YOUR HOME STARTING AT $2950
www.helpusell.com/coastalrealty
I.C. WEST- Keman Forest. 2004 execu-
tive home, 5BR/4BA, 2-car. 2,650,s.l.
$409,500 Independent brokers 710-3111.
OPEN HOUSE, Sat./ Sun. 7/1 & 7/2,
10am-3pm 1142 Hibiscus St. Atlantic
Beach West (w on Levy, so. on Hibiscus)
3/2 bungalow, renovated & ready for
move-in, new appliances, slider, windows.
paint Mosaic kitchen counter & master
ath floor, beautiful $187,500 923-2097.
No Realtors please.
INVESTORS! S. Jax Beach. 3BR/2BA.
tenant occupied at $1P50/mo $285K
655-3951.
ATL. BCH, FSBO, 3/2 townhouse, 2 story,
new rool, LR/ DR combo, elk, W/D.
$165,000 OBO. (904)610-5192.
PONTE VEDRA- Dolphin Cove, FSBO.
4BR/2BA, 2-car garage, 1800. sq. It. Inte-
rior & exterior completely renovated.. All
new, beautiful yard with sprinkler.
$394,900, 219-1276.
TPC SAWGRASS- walk to TPC from this
newly remodeled 3BR/2BA home on a cul-
de-sac and wooded serene lot. Includes
maple cabinets and granite, new flooring
throughout, crown molding, plantation
shutters, recently painted outside with new
AtC and 3 year old root, $546,900. Call
273-1364.
AFFORDABLE JAX Beach, second floor,
marsnwiew condo is perfect for anyone
who wants lo live at the beach but not pay
beach prices Move-in ready w/refrigera-
for, microwave, washer, dryer and ceiling
fans. Freshly painted interior, security sys-
tem. screened lanal, and fireplace are just
some ol the upgradesI Reduced to
$152,000. Phyllis Staines, 904-476-SOLD
RE/MAX Coastal Real Estate.
www.pstaines.comri
WATERFRONT HOME on title creek
w/access to deep water. 1 acre lot.
$434.900. 233-1505
OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY 2-4PM
ATLANTIC BEACH. Brand new remod-
eled 2,000 sq. ft. 3BR/2BA. 1.5 lot. Tin
rool, wood floors, much morel 6479,000.
349-2332. 241-8229.
PONTE VEDRA BEACH EAST OF A1A
3/2 in Fiddlers Marsh, 3026 La Reserve
Drive $359,900 (904)654-2104..
JACKSONVILLE BEACH, 13 Fairway
Lane, 4BR/2.5BA, 2400si. home on go I
course w/inground pool, bnck, all applian-
ces stay. ,$499.000. (904)838-8937.
SAN PABLO Creek, 3BR/2BA, 1438s1.,
fireplace, screened porch overlooking pre-
serve new carpet and flooring. $260,000.
(904)859-6981.


3BR FORECLOSURE. only $27,9001 Must
sell. For listings. 800-749-8124 ext. 1490.
FSBO, BEAUTIFUL single family
w/oreath lacking view 2BR/2BA, 1500sl,
Sawgrass, PVB, low price $277,500.
(904)371-9088.
PRICED 2 SELL!
One block to beach. Gorgeous new Jax
beach townhome, 3BR/3.5BA, 2-car ga-
rage. Must see. View photos at
www.lansymoon.com. $539K 571-9821
IMMACULATE 3/2, open great room plan
wifireplace on wooded lot is move-in
ready. Upgraded ule throughout, large ea.
in, fully equipped kitchen with new stain-
less steel'appliances, formal dining room,
sprinkler and secunty. This home is load-
edi $305,000 Phyllis Staines, 475-SOLD.
RE/MAX Coastal Real Estate.
www.pstaines.com
PONTE VEDRA Solano Woods, FSBO,
spacious 4/2, new roof. 1800sf, $359,900
327-7449 or 607-6143.'
AS IS 3BR/2BA. w/pool. PVB. 1971si
$345K. Call 543-1951.
SPACIOUS 4/2 brick front on .21 acres
with room enough for a pool Fenced yard
with separate shed. open patio is great for
entertaining, formal living and dining with
hardwood floors, eat-in kitchen, Inside
laundry. sprinkler, water softener and ter-
mite bond.' Reduced to $313,900. Please
contact Phyllis Staines with RE/MAX
Coastal Real Estate at 904-476-SOLD or
visil www.pslalnes.com
UPDATED 4BR/2BA on .27 acres just
blocks to the beach Beautiful wood floors,
fireplace and woodburning stove, eat-in
kitchen, formal dining, spacious' great
'room, inside laundry, screened porch,
deck w.hol luo. Consideration may be giv-
en to lot sub-division. $345.000 Phyllis
Staines, 476-SOLD. RE/MAX Coastal Re-
al Estate. www.pstaines.comi
SAWGRASS PLAYERS Club, 3BR 2BA.
Ig scr. lanai, totally renovated incl. custom
cabinets, new appliances, tile floors. Gat-
ed community w/ pool. 5305,000.
537-4083.
ATLANTIC BEACH. 3BR/1.5BA "lixer-up-
per". Huge 1/2 acre lot on cul-de-sac
$175k 626-0663.
OPEN HOUSE
1399 Main St ,Atlantic Beach Sunday 12-
4pm 3 yr old, 3BR/2BA with 12x15 Sun-
room. $295.900, 246-4468
ICW KENSINGTON Reduced $238,900.
3BR/2BA. tile & wood flooring. 742-6230.
821-1168.
NEPTUNE BEACH- TWELVE OAKS.
4BR. 2BA, 2 car gar.. corner lot. circular
driveway. Lg open front yard. small private
fenced backyard Beautilul tree shaded
homes close to schools, shopping, beach
Needs TLC. Prime condition 5450,000
As is: $350,000 568-1936
FSBO ATL BCH. 3BR/2.5BA, 220psl,
w/numerous upgrades, 249-0812.
PONTE VEDRA FSBO 3BR/2.5BA, 2-car
garage, 1550st, open Iloor plan, 42" Hick-
ory cabinets. granite counter tops, new
berber carpet. bamboo floors, $318,000.
463.0505.
L'ATRIUM, EAST of AlA. 2BR/2BA, 2car
garage private backyard. New paint/
kitchen appliances, tiled throughout.
$297.900 Call 1904)273-5236, (904)607-
9786.
PONTE VEDRA, FAIRFIELD. 2200sl,
3BR/2.5BA. Waterview. Tennis, pool.
Galed. $417,000 Motivated seller.
19041910-7036.


NEPTUNE BEACH, great ocean breeze.
2-1/2 blocks from ocean. 4BR/1.5BA. Po-
tential for a mother-In-law addition.
1609s1., heated and A/C and 710st. of
possible storage. Lot size 89 51x114.42.
Reduced price to $499.000. Call for an
apple. (904)249-3839 or (904)434-4431
ICW/ BEACH Area, Beautiful home, 4/2/2,
great neighborhood. No money down and
no closing costs. $359.900. Call for
details. Hallmark Realty Group. Inc
720-0045.
FSBO GOOD Slaner Home! 618-1
Dutton Island Dr West. Atlantic Beach.
3BR/1 5BA. New A/C, rool, windows,
doors, and appliances By appointment
only. Call David 247-0665 (home),
704-2337 (cell).
JAX BEACH, 3BR/2BA. partially furnish.
-ed. fenced yard, screened-in porch and
deck w/private entrance to master baln.
Great investment or starter home.
$275,000. (9041247-8004, (904j635-6943

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 w/ g19 scr. pa-
lio, backs up to preserve, new tIle & car-
pet, exc. cona. $229,900
PONTE VEDRA
BELLEZA AT PONTE VEDRA- 1/1 con-
do, lots of amenities. Currently leased
until Sept. 301n $195,000.
ARLINGTON
4ARLINGTON HILLS- Cute 3/2 w/ garage.
Great starter home in nice area. $149.900.
ICW
ASHLEY WOODS- Like new 412. over
2000sl. 3yrs old, $279,900.
HOME FINDER REALTY
241-5501 OR 221-1711
BRIGHTWATER. WATERFRONT Town-
home, 2BR/2.5BA, garage, screened la-
nai. $215,000 Kirk Killebrew
(904)463-1131. www.killebrewrealty.com
NEAR MAYO CLINIC $262K
3/2 plus lott, 2 story. Cell: 610-3364
Century 21 C R.G View online:
www.halmankin.us
JAX BEACH-
Oceanfront beach hideaway, 411 1st St.
S #401 Gorgeous 2BR/2BA condo lea-
lures hardwood & travertine ooring, gran-
iteimarole counters,. stainless steel appli-
ances Luxurious master suite wvita spa
lacuzzi. Private gaied pool plus beacon ac-
cess Asking $479,900. ML #286330.
ATLANTIC BEACH,
Custom built Key West style 2-slory, 1483
Laurel Way Only 3 years young, over
2100sf, located' in hidden paradise, a
marshlront community First floor master
,edroom suite. master bath w/jacuzzi and
separate shower. Gas fireplace w/gas ap-
pliances, cozy screened porch, custom
drapenes, and blinds plus all appliances
convey. Asking $389,900. MLS#290728.
Call Owner/Agent Shirley Lee, Assist 2
Sell, Buyers & Sellers Real Estate.
Cell# 568-6909/ office 247-4442. Viqw
online at: www.jaxbesthomes.com

S. JAX Beachr, 3BR/2BA, newly renovat-
ed, 1240st.. $349K. Call 655-3951.
GREAT INVESTMENT opportunity
3BR/2BA home t duplex, 4 blocks to
ocean, $765.000. Call Kathy Tiliakos Re-
altor. Vanguard Realty. (904)465-3053.
REDUCED, 4BR/2BA, split plan, w/2 story
workshop. Upgrades. Desirable Neptune
Beach neighborhood. Priced under ap-
praised value to sell at $424.900. Drive by
1525 Forest Ave. Motivated seller.
(904)463-7245.
AFFORDABLE PVB home, 3BR/2BA,
large lot, newly remodeled, $287,900,
887-1535.
ATLANTIC BEACH, Corner Plaza and
East Coast. Three 50x130 platted. lots
w/5 units. Room for expansion
$2.590,000 Will co-op 338-4828
IMMAOUL:ATE 03/2 wilormal.i-livingtroom
-thaf-can-be-otfiee-or-founh-bea room-Sluc.-
, ,co-.roint.,ana.naraiboard siding, peaulilul
landscaping and manicured lawn. fenced
yard w/room for a pool. normal dining
room, eat-in kitchen w/extra cabinets.
security and irngalion.- Inside laundry
room, tons of shelving and storage and
community pool'. Reduced to $285,000.
Please contact Phyllis Staines worth
RE/MAX Coastal Real Estate at 904-476-
SOLD or visit www.psiaines.com
JAX BEACH Beautiful like new custom
home. 2500sf. in great neighborhood.
1136 241h St. North $439,500. 704-7966.


FSBO. 1BR/1BA. Palm at Marsh Landing.
Perfect location, pnvate marsh view. 846
sq. ft Newly renovated in 2004 Asking
only $152,000. 476-5280.
FSBO CHARMING 3BRi2BA 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
JAX BCH new 312 w/ garage, $269,900-
consider lease purchase Owner/ agent
463-7343.
13715 N. Richmond Park Dr #305'Wind-
sor Pointe, $186,900. 3BR/2BA. 1500sf.
w/garage. Lowest priced'condo in Wind.
son Beautiful family room. bright kitchen &
convenient inside laundry room, gorgeous
master suite w/walk-in closet & private
bathl Call Assist 2 Sell Buyers & Sellers
Real Estate. 247-4442 or view online @
laxbesthomes.com
2BR/2BA CONDO, 1-mile to beach, close
to shopping, granite counlertops, wood &
berber throughout, w/marsh view Galed
community Including gym, pool. 8 tennis.
Will consider rent to own $1,500 toward
closing cost. Call Ted (904) 537-7896.
2 BLOCKS to ocean 2BR/2BA new con-
dos, $279.900, Owner/Agent 463-7343.
OCEAN LINKS. 2BR/2BA, 1-car garage.
Golf course & lake views. Updated, new
paint, now available $235,000. 535-7234.
GRAND CAY Villas PVB- 3rd floor 2/2
condo, fireplace, wood, lile, upgrades.
$219.900. 904-881-0470.


MAINTENANCE FREE BEACH LIVING.
FSBO, Neptune Beach Townhome,
3BR/2.5BA +garage. cul-de-sac, all appli-
ances, new ACI plumbing/ carpet, comm.
pool, boat storage, bike or walk to beach/
Town Center, $267K Call 655-2718.
THE PALMS at Marsh Landing- 1/1 w/ ga-
rage, 1st floor, marsh view. $159,900.
Owner will co-op 2.5%o. Call Lidiya
1904)608-6562
FSBO THE Palms, 3BR/2BA. 1st Floor, All
amennies. $225,000. 241-3471.
FSBO OCEANVIEW 2/2, fully remodeled,
granile, master suite w/jacuzzi, 2 balco-
nies, 2 parking. Best deal on the ocean,
$480,000, 904-610-2629.
OCEANVIEW
S JAX Beach, Stunning 3-story condo
Spacious 2BR/2 5BA $699,000.
1904)923-0985.


$3000 BUYER BONUS
WATERFRONT CONDO PVB 2BR/2BA
Priced to sell at $205.000. Call Kathy Tila-
kos. Van Guard Realty 465-3053.
PVB CONDO at Ocean Grove. 2/1, sec-
ond bedroom lott, private beach access
$189,900. 887-3248.
OCEAN GROVE PVB Reduced 10KI
2/2!pius. New Lake View. www.lorsale-
byownercenter.comi44054 $219K.(727)
458-4230.
JAX BEACH 2BR/2BA condo, rebuilt in
2002 Walk or bike to Seawalk Pavilion.
Balcony, reserved parking, second floor,
storage unit East of 3rd. $279,900. 11th
Ave. N. (904)226-2038.
JAX BEACH 2BR/2BA Condo w/l-car ga-
rage, W/D, fully equipped kitchen, freshly
painted. $245.000. Call Sean 1904) 994-
4297.
ATLANTIC BEACH 3BRi2BA end unit,
new appliances/carpet. $195,000 /OBO.
No realtorsI 585 Aquatic Dr. 553-7510.
PV BCH 2BR/ 2BA, $187,200 Grace Ellis.
All Pro Realty Specialists. 655-7923 (cell).


DOUBLE WIDE in park near beaches.
Built-in 2000. $39,900. 614-6875.
14X56 2BR 2BA,. W/D, A/C, 14x10 sior-
age, 4 car parking. Ig yard. Fruit Cove
area. (904)287-2416 or (904150.1-0959.
ATLANTIC BEACH. Like new. 3BR/2BA
single. 1215st,. w/carpon, deck, all GE
Kitchen, CH&A, washer/dryer, new carpel
Many upgrades. Financing available. Re-
becca 246-7684.
Completely remodeled home. You will fall
in LOVE with this 28 X 56 Redman 3/2
MH on 1 acre in Melrose, Florida. Only
$89,900. Call to see home or pictures on
the Internel. 352-475-2283.
1983 DOUBLEWIDE in Portside.
3BR/2BA, W/D, fnoge, stove, CH&A.
$20.000. (904)247-1995 or 249-4017.


PROPERTY FOR Sale 331 4th Ave. S.
Jax Beach, Florida. 221-1565.


2BR/1.5BA townhome. All Bch. CH&A,
washer/ dryer/ micro included, 51000/mo.
sec. deposit. $t000mo. rent. No peis,
walk to beach/ Iown center. Close to base
& bus line. Perfect for military. Call
(9041655-5587.
OLD ATLANTIC Beach, 1BR/1BA, 2
blocks to ocean. Private yard. Available
8.'1/06. $750/mo. 246-5137
NEAR PONTE vedra 1 -block to beach,
quiet area, 2/1, front apartment, CH&A.
washer/ dryer included, $895/mo., lease
deposit, 993-1118.
JAX BEACH. Oceans Edge New Condo.
1BR/1BA. $1200/mo. Flexible terms. Own-
er/ Realtor. June Pertit. Magnolia Proper-
ties. 994-3608.


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FACING OCEAN
1BR w/sludy in south Jax Beach,
great ocean views, wood floors and walls,
washer/ dryer, large porch. 2224 Ocean
Drive South $900'mo. 993-2555.
www.BeachesApartmenls.com
PONTE VEDRA Court, 2BR/2.5BA lown-
house, no smoking, no pels, $900/mo..
!first, last, and deposit. Credit check re-
qired. Open house June 30th (Friday)
(321)795-1056 or (321)255-5281.


SO JAX BCH duplex- Kilcnen equip, ceil- .
ing a n. balcony. WDHU. OH&p blcks VILNOBEACH,'4BR/4BA, 2850s over-
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A B. TOWNHOME 4.5 Blocks to Beach.
2BR/2BA, fireplace jacuzzi, fenced yard.
$1175/mo. 182 Poinsettia Si 241-3754.
NEPTUNE BEACH, Summer Sands town-
house, 2BR/2.5BA, deck, garage, com-
munity pool, W/D. Includes many up-
grates, maintenance free. $1200/mo. 860-
7366.
PONTE VEDRA, Newly Renovated. re-
son atmosphere, 2-story, 1BR/1BA, end
unit. washer/dryer included. $925/mo.
998-9148.
JAX BEACH, Beautiful, 2BR/2BA,
4 blocks to ocean, fireplace, WDHU.
$1025/mo. 1904)742-6423.
S. JAX Bch, I block ocean, 3410 S.. 1st..
2BR 1BA duplex, wood Iloors, CH/A. W/D,
carport, $1300/mo 525-3188.
ONE BLOCK TO BEACH
2BR/2BA patio home, Neptune Beach,n ile
floors, indoor storage room, large land.
escaped patio, dishwasher, WDHU, re-
served parking. $1150/mo. 993-2555
www.BeachesApartmenls.com
LARGE 1 bedroom. Excellent location. 2
blocks to ocean. Very clean. No Pets.
$675/mo. 642-1214 and 241-1219.
1730 MAIN SI., Atlantic Beach, 2BR/1BA,
washer hook-up, A/C. No pets. $495/mo.
+dep. 246-4098.
OCEANSIDE
2BR/2BA, living room and den, balcony,
fantastic ocean views. laundry room. re-
served parking. $1200/mo. Ocean Front
ApIs, 801 1st Street South 993-2555.
www.BeacnesApartments com
MAYPORT LANDING Townhome
2BR/2BA. CH&A, fenced backyard. 1278
Wonderwood Dr. $790/mo. $700/dep
280-2728. leave message.
WATERFRONT RENTAL 2BR/2BA Town-
house 1 mile west of Mayport ferry,
Heckscher Drive $1195/mo. 733-3730,
241-RENT.

OCEANFRONT
ATLANTIC Beach. The Cloister Atrac-
ively furnished 3BR'2BA, beachside cov-
ered porch, pool & pier. Avail July 1 lor 3-
7 mos. No smoking, no pets please. Dun-
son Real Estate Inc., Realtor 247-5153.


.only 4yrs..old. 51950/mo. Call Jan Hotl-
man 537-7777. Owner/ agent.
ATLANTIC BEACH. Oceanfronl garage
apartment, tBR/1BA w/2 car garage.
$1000/mo. 553-8811.
NEPTUNE B.CH, near ocean. Clean, nice
1BR apt. w/ garden atrium. $750/mo.
Avail. soon spacious 2BR. 247-1417.
OCEANFRONT, BI-WEEKLY/ monthly,
Jacksonville Beach, Visiadelmar. pool,
reasonable. 728-9300, 737-2829.
MOBILE HOMES. $500 Ito $550, on pri-
vate lots. Near Mayport Naval Station, no
dogs, 333-5579.
JAX BEACH Apartment, 2BR/1BA. Newly
'renovated Washer/dryer Quiet area.
$850/mo. deposit. 201 North 9th SI
246-9162. ext. #0.
PALM VALLEY COTTAGE
1BR, unfum., $725/mo. + utilities, $300 se-
cunty deposit. Waler and trash & use of
W/D. No dogs. 285-2020.

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

JAX BEACH, 4 Blocks to Ocean.
1BR/1BA Apartment, $550imo. 220 41th
Street So. (904)891-0606, (3521478-2161
WALK TO BEACH
2/1 townhouse. W/D included. CH/A, ce-
ramic tile, approx. 900sf. 404 13ih Ave S.,
Jax Bch. No pels. $900/mo, $900/sec.
dep. (904)343-9908.

LARGE BEDROOM, Jax Beach. 1 1/2
blocks to ocean. CH/CA, real nice. Call
613-7377.
1BR/1BA, SPACIOUS Atlantic Beach
apartment In quiet community. $825/mo.
553-8634.
PV TOWNHOME on lake, 2BR/2.5BA.
ready now. $1000/mo +dep. 699-7757.
ATLANTIC BEACH
Townhouse, steps to Town Center, clean
and new inside, balcony, 2BR. WDHU,
great parking. $995/mo 280-2805.


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NEPTUNE BCH Summer Sands.
2BR/2.5BA, new rile and carpel. Available
June 1st, $1100/mo 655-5990.
MAYPORT TOWNHOUSE. Large 2BR.
$760/mo. +security, no pets. Leave mes-
sage. 241-6232.
LARGE EFFICIENCY Apartment. excel-
leri location, 2' blocks to Ocean, very
clean. No pets.'$575/mo. 642-1214 or
241-1219.


IXUB lQfUS--eelicarri-jont=. BEB2BA
valuable, now. $1700-$2600.mo. 3 monin
minimum rental (904)241-7206.


1 BEDROOM apartment, walk to beach,
west of 3rd street No pels, $575/mo. +de-
posit 242-0189, 616-6227.
JAX BCH, OCEANVIEW
'2BR/1BA, upper apartment, 101 South
161h Ave. $900/mo. Nb dogs Secunry de-
posit $500. Broker/Owner, 249-8766.


ICW- 3BR/1BA w/den $950/mo depositl
3522 Clandge Drive East, 333-2066.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 3BR'2BA, bike Io
beacn, walk to park Screened porcn.
fenced yard. POOL and workshed. 1st,
last and secunry. $1375/mo. Avail early
July. (904)247-4527.
PONTE VEDRA/ Palm Valley. beautiful,
large, private, 3BR/2BA, 2-car garage.
w/many amnenities. $1500/mo. 860-1690.
'NEPTUNE BEACH, 3BR/2BA, split
bedrooms. Sunroom, lenced, walk to
school. Avail. 8/1. $1550imo. 339-1384
588-4814.
W'BEACHES, 3/2, LR/ DR combo, fire.
place, EIK, split BR's, patio, calh ceilings.
$1100/mo TDO Mgmt. Svc 246-1125.
JAX. BEACH- 930 S. 1st Ave, 3/2 bed.
1 bath, 1200sf, CH/A. new bathroom,
W/D, new appliances, dishwasher,
$900/mo. $500/dep. (904)476-5147.
JAX BEACH 2BR/1.5BA, two story, 626
6th Ave S. Fenced yard, W/D, tile
.5$1200/mo. 759-5511. '
PVB EAST of A1A. 3BR/2 5BA. Pnvale
yard w/heated pool and spa Walk to the
beach. $2,150./mo. 280-5707.
PV- SAWGRASS 3BR 2 5BA, 2800sl.
$1900/mo. 285-5419
ICW/HIGHLAND GLEN 4BR/4BA w/pool
Gated community, fitness center, W/D.
lawn & pool service included $2,900/mo.-
422-4597.
THE WOODS, 4/2, 2500sf., cul-de-Osac.
sunroom, LR/ DR, EIK. $1700/mo TDO
Mgmnt. 246-1125 Idorealestate.com


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BEAUTIFUL 3BR/2BA horB w/2 car ga-
rage In Cypress Cove. Overqoks the
Marsh and Intracoastal. spectacular sun-
set views, 1244st, $1300/mo., Call
509-0834.
WEST BEACHES- 2BR/2BA, garage, at-
rli'm, newy remodeled, new appliances:
Available July. Credit or landlord referen-
ces. $975/mo + security dep. 403-3831.
JAX BEACH townhome, :2BR/1.5BA,
WDHU, tileifloors throughout, fenced yard,
pets ok w/deposit. $1070/mo, Includes
lawn maintenanicq, 887 8th Ave. South,
(904)608-6678 :
PABLO BAY- 4/3/2, 2400sf. Immaculate,
2-story. $2250/mo.. candlerhomes.com.
327-0558.
ATLANTIC BEACH
1763 Seminole Road, 3/2 5 Townhouse
Lawn service included. $1.295/mo. Broker
- Owner 249-8766.


KENSINGTON 3/BR/2BA, fireplace, com-
munity pool, close to shopping. No Pets.
1704 Wldwood Creek Lane. $1,100/mo. +
deposit. 246-6976.
VILLAGES OF Pablo, 3/2, 2car garage, all
nqw appliances, remodeled 2006, ElK,
den w/fireplace, 1650sf. $1400/mo. TDO
Mgmt. Svc. 246-1125.
WEST INTERCOASTAL, Ibis Point:'
4BR/2BA, immaculate home. lawn and
pest control included, full use of immeni-
lies. $1475/mo +$1475/sec. deposit. Call
(904)465-0624.
55 DOLPHIN Blvd 4BR/2BA, new car-
pels,fireplace. $1450,mo. 285-5419
ATLANTIC BEACH. 3BR/2BA. spacious
lot in Selva Marina area Large modern
kitchen winew Indge & dishwasher. Living
room fireplace. Anached 1-car garage,
WDHU, fenced yard, CH&A $1700/mo.
Call Bob (904)631-6268.


VILLAGES OF Pablo, 4/2. 2400st.. FR.
JAX BEACH- 3BR/2BA beach house. 111 DR. office, sunroom. $1600/mo. Avail 7,1.
9th Ave. So., across from Deach. TDO Mgmnt 246-1125
241.7634.......


2BR/1 5BA TOWNHOUSE, ceramic
floors, CH&A laundry room, patio, Ie
yard 1I yr. lease, no pels, $950 dep
$950/mo.617 71h Ave S., Jax1
993-1114 or 270-1284.


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924 BeUeza Ponte Vedra 1/1
72 The Fountains Pome Vedra 2/2
121b Belleza Ponte Vedra 2/2
127 Jardin de Mer Place lax Beach 3/2
925 Ocean Links Ponte Vedra 2/2
825 Ocean Links Ponte Vedra 2/2
8341 Ocean Links Pome Vedra 2/2
133 Birmni Court Pome Vedra 2/2
215 Cranes Lake Ponie Vedra 2/2
2 The Fountains Ponte Vedra 3/2 5
811 Ocean Links Pome \edra 3/2
228 Tarrasa D ]e 1.A/Pablo Point 3/2
337 Charlemafe Fiddler's MNarsh/PV 3/2
106 Bermuda Bav Ponte Vedra 3/2'
3343 Lighlhiuse Poine Lane Ja\ Beach 3/3
2001 Windjammer Ln South Ponte Vedra 3/3.5 + ofc
13 Players Club Villa Ponie \edra/Saugrass TPC3/3
Il-I Shelby Cove Court Ponie Vedra~dMarh Cove -4/2.5
211) Azalea Point Dne South Ponte Vedra/Fairfield 4/2
105 Camino Trail Ponie VedraSaugass TPC 3/2.5
6532 BurnhankCtucle P.n.me \edr.S'awgrj TPC4/2 5
117 Deer Core Dnie Ponte \edra/Marsh Landing -1/2.5
9910 Preston TrailP Ponte Ve'dra/Saugtras CC 3/2.5
S0-1 Mer.:.potilan Ja\ Beach 3/2
806 Metropolitar Ja.\ Beach 3/2
70 Beach Cottage Lane Atlantic Beach -4/4
408 Berkman Plaza ja/Do'wrii,tr n Rhierfront 2/2+loft
24151 Souith Powni Vdrj Bhld South Ponte \edra 3/2.5


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$1100 16 Fisherman Cove Saw glass Countn Club 2/2 1450
$110i0/kk49 Tifton Wa% North San grass Countr Club 2/2 5 1500
$1200/% k 75 Tifton Wa\ North San gTass Countr Club 2/2/den 1500
$1200/wk 21 Litte Ba) Harbor Sawgrass Couno) Club 2/2 2100
$1 300/uk 17'" A e. North w pool Jax Beach 3/1.5 1500
O1500/wk Beach Club \illas Sawgrass Beach Club Eff. 60f0
$1600/wk 2839 S. Ponte Vedra S. Ponte Vedra 3/1 5 1500
$1700 ,7-11 Spinnakers Reach Sawgrass Beach Club 1/1 700'
$1700 743 Spinnakers Reach Sawgrass Beach Club 1/1 700
$1800/wk 2503 S Ponte \edra S. Ponte Vedra 3/2.5 2100
$1800/wk The Reneat Ponte Vedra/Oceanfront 2/2 ; 1600
$2000 Vista Del Mar ax Beach/Oceanside 3/2 1700
$2200 Quail Point Sawgrass Country Club 2/2 .1800
$2400 3494 Coastal Hwy Vilano Beach '3/2 '1600
$2400 444 La Reserve Circle Ponte Vedra/L'Atum 2/2+office 1600
$2500 92 Tifton Wa\ North Sawgrass Country Club 3/2 1900
$2500 117 Deer Cove Drive, Ponte Vedra/Marsh Landing 4/2.5 2000
$2500/wk 728 Oceanfront N ptune Be chOcejnfrnti 3/2.5 jiitFnr, 2600
$2600 826 Spinnakers Reach Sawgrass/Beach Club 1/1.5 100"
$2700/uk 2824 Coastal Hu% 'Vilano Beach/Oceanfront6/4 4000
$30(0 ai walkers Ridge/Pool Sa1grass Country Club 3/2 2100
$4000 408 Berkman Plaza Jax/Downtown Riverfront 2/2+loft 2100
$5500 1931 Beac~ Ave(3mo.min.). Atlantic Beach 3/3 2400
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PONTE VEDRA/L'ATRIUM. 3BH,2BA. ga-
rage. screened porch, fireplace
$1 200/mo..$1.200dep. Call 246-1206.


NEPTUNE BEACH, 2BR/2BA. Range, Re- SOUTHSIDE BISHOP Court Condo's. 1/1, FREE TO a good home adorable kittens.
trigeralor,' Dishwasher, WDHU. CH&A. W/D included, 2 pools, gym, gated. close Call after 2 p.m 223-1386
$925/mo Available now. 514-1090. to.UNF. $900/mo. (727)735-5959.


NEPTUNE BEACH, large 4BR/2BA, dou-.
ble* garage, near beach. Must Seel
$1900/mo. (904)993-8148.
PVB 3BR/2.5BA, 2-car garage, deck, Ja-:
cuzzi, on lake, community pool.
$1,600/mo. + deposit. 242-2534, 333-
8528.
JAX BEACH 1222,N. 21st St. 3BR/2BA
new floors, new paint, dishwasher, CH/A,
replacec, screened palo, courtyard, 2-car
garage, nice neigrbornood $1,400/mo.,
-all 249-0773
3BR/2BA TOWNHOME. 8-A Ponte Vedra
Coun Available 7/1. $995/mo 249-9387.
OCEAN VIEW
BEACH COTTAGE, 2BR, bught'n airy.
Large comer lot private patio. tropical gar-
den, plcKel lence. Sunroom,. hardwood
floors. CH&A. washer/ dryer, dishwasher
$1650/mo. 246-5024


ATLANTIC BEACH townhouse
2BR, .5BA, fireplace, 2 patios, garage.
ceramic ile first loor, new berber second
floor 683 Slurdivani Ave $1.200'mo.
465-2163


Ben. WATERFRONT ICW, Palm Valley. 3/2, PABLO BAY- 4/3.52, 3400s., lakefront
1600sf, 60001b it w.' dock. $2000/mo. executive. $3000tmo. candlerhomes.com
19041273-1119. 327-0558


JAX BCH, 2/1, lower,- LR/DR combo,
kitchen, carpet,. WDHU stackable. TDO
Management 246-1 t 125

PVB, 3BR/2BA home w/pool. screened
enclosure, 2-car garage. $1500'mo'.
333 1851.
ATLANTIC BEACH. Hidden Cove,
4BR/2BA, oak floors, rear deck w/nol tub
$1350/mo. 813-5315.
WALDEN CHASE, near Nease H.S. 2025
Chaucer Ln 4BR/2 5BA, 3800sf, lyr old
home. many upgrades. $2400/mo.
Realty Executives 273-3939, 610-6460.'
ATLANTIC BEACH. 2 story. 3/2. loft BR.
calh. ceilings, carpet, ceramic tile, blast
bar, screened back porch. $1200/mo.
TDO Management. 246-1125.
ICW, THE Woods. 3BR/2BA, 1500st.,
large kitchen, all appliances included Gar-
den tub In Master Bath, fenced bacKyard.
gated community. Close to schools and
shopping. $1250/mo. includes all ameni-
ties and lawn service. 254-0522.
JAX BEACH. 3BR/I 5BA, 610 Holly Dr
Large family room, new paint/ carpet No
pels. $1200/mo. 246-4179.


ATLANTIC BEACH
3/2 house, cypress Cove $995'mo.
Avail. 7/3.
PONTE VEDRA
DOLPHIN COVE
4,2, 1 car garage, avail, 8/15, $1300,mo.
ICW
WAVERLY PLACE
3/2. avail 715, $1075/mo.
KENSINGTON
3/2. cul-de-sac, $1250/mo.
3/2. avail. 715, $1150/mo.
HICKORY LAKES
4/2, 2 car gar., avail. 7/15, $1295/mo.
LANDING AT CROSS CREEK
4/2. ott Kernan. avail, now, $1295,/mo.
VILLAS AT CROSS CREEK
3/2, 2 car gar., avail. now, $1095/mo.
WINDSOR CHASE
3BR 2BA, 2 car garage, $1495/mo.
DRAYTON PLACE
3/2, 1395/mo.
BELMONT LAKES
3,2, 2 car garage. $1395/mo.
SKERNAN LAKES
3BR 2BA, 2 car garage, $1395#mo.
KERNAN FOREST
4,2, $1425,/mo
BEACHWOOD
3/2, $1200/mo.
RIVERBROOK
4/2, 2 car garage, $1500/mo.
ARLINGTON
MERRILL PINES
Brand new condos
3BR 2BA $950/mo. & $975/mo.
SOUTHSIDE
EL VILLAdIO
3/2. $1295/mo.
BELLE RIVE
Brand new 2/2.5, 1 car gar. condo,
$1200/mo.
POTTSBURG CROSSING
3BR 2.5BA condo, 1 car gar., $1100/mo.
MONTEREY '
2/2, 1133sl1 ready now! $950'mo
SUTTON LAKES
312, 2 car garage, avail 8/15. $1195/mo.
IRONWOOD- ST. LUKES AREA
3.2.5, 2 car gar.. brand new townhome,
$1350/mo.
NORTH JACKSONVILLE.
VICTORIA LAKES
4/3. $1500/mo
EAGLES HAMMOCK
4/3, 2 car garage. 2200sl, $1400/mo.
HOME FINDER REALTY
241-5501 OR 221-1711.


PVB, 1BR/1BA Elegantly furnished. Steps
to Ocean. Garage. $1600/mo. 708-4022.
TP:Gi.RSA ASSi,0iBf/2.5BA garage.,
vaulted ceilings, fireplace, -community
pool, gated community. $1400/mo.
285-4618
PONTE VEDRA- 2BR/2BA, attached ga-
rage. furnished, all appliances,' Includes
W,D. $1200/mo Mark 338-3230.
PVB GRAND Cay Villas, 1BRt large den/
guest room Beautiful forest view. vaulted
ceilings, plans every room Fireplace, w/d.
Gated, pool, hot lub. amenities $950/mo.
garage (availl. (904)940-7854.
PVB OCEAN GROVE SPECIAL
3BR/2BA $1300.'mo Beautiful. newly ren-
6vated, many amenities. Realty Execu-
tives, 273-3939, 610-6460
PVB LAKEVIEW 1BRilBA, Iplc.. 1-car
gar.. -free cable. comm. pool. $8501mo
(option to buy) 545-3156.
WOLF CREEK CONDO
New, 3BR'2BA. $1300/mo. Realty Execu-
tives, 273-3939, 610-6460.
1BR1tBA FURNISHED, on lake, 1 mile
beach, near shopping, dining. Amenities
club house, pool. gym, tennis Will consid-
er rent to own Call Maryanne 904-537-
6161 or 850-769 6641.
PVB- 2BR/2BA Condo. Unit 107, gated.
lanai, fireplace, top floor. premo pool/lake
view, adjacent clubhouse, newly renovat-
ed, beach access. Resortn amenities. A1A
next to TpC. convenient JTB, right price
$1150/mo.. FRBO 338-4137
PVB. SPACIOUS. 1200sl., 2BR/2BA. Lots
of amenities. $1050/mo Call 234-2646
PVB 2BR 2.5BA townhome, lakefront,
pool, tennis courts, $1200/mo. 707-4847.
2BR/2BA CONDO. 1113sf. Brand New,
fireplace, large backyard Screened patio.
Beach Shuttle Service & Pool AttendantI
$1375!mo. 1904)463-0524
PVB GRAND Cay- 1BR/1BA, 3rd Floor,
gated, vaulted ceilings, fireplace, large
porch, best views, 5875/mo., call
631-5354.


ATLANTIC BCH, min. 3mo. lease, ocean-
front, sleeps 4. $1500/mo. (952)471-9667.
THE PALMS At Marsh Landing 2BR/2BA.'
Waterview, wood floors, 1sl floor. gated,
$1125,mo. 241-3941.
THE PALMS Spacious Upscale 3BR/2BA
w/garage $1300,mo Availaole immedi-
ately. 242-9173.
OCEAN FRONT- 1 bedroom Penthouse,"
Jax Beach, pool, $1550 Lease, magical,
249.6166.
PV SUMMERHOUSE. 2BR/2BA, lire-
place, WOD, 1100s Corner unit, 2nd Iloor
TH. $1250/mo. 635-6375
FURNISHED CONDO, 2BR/2BA end
unit. llat style. fully remodeled. 5 star
community. $1875/mo. Call Kirk
1904)463-1131 Owner/ Broker
THE PALMS, 1BR/1IBA, near beach and
shopping, amenltes, quiet, new applian-
ces. $875,mo 886-8394.


PVB CONDO- beautifully- renovated 2/2,
new appliances wood floors, fireplace.
w/d, beach access. 5 star amenities,
$1000.'mo (Long Term), 386-837-2799,
813-482-5354.
1BR,1BA CONDO at The Palms At Marsh
Landing. Features vaulted ceilings, tile
floors, washer/ dryer Included! Great
amenities including two pools, Illness
center and guarded gate $900'mo. Call
Steve 678-522-3600.
PVB COLONY, 2BR/2BA, 1200sf, fire-
. place. W/D, 2nd floor, new carpet. huge
ceilings. Motivated. $1 95igmo. 635-6375.


PONTE VEDRA Bch, 1/1, 2nd floor, all
new, 5-star amenities, beach access,
$835'mo. Avail tor rent. sale or lease op-
' lion to buy. (904)704-9885.
FURNISHED PVB Condo, 2BR/2BA,
Level $1300/mo. Short or long term
1; 904)626-9630



OCEAN PARK SUITES
Luxury lurnished 1 & 2 Bedroom Suites
High Quality King Beds
Equipped Kitchens.
2nd Street & 5th Ave. South
www.oceanparksultes.com
(904)318-0044

OCEANFRONT RENTAL
4BR/4BA, weekly, monthly, yearly Call
1904)249-8269.
TENNESSEE, N. Georgia. Superb living
opponunities/ investments. Beautiful
. mountain, valley, lake: homes, cabins, re-
treats. lots, estates, views, boulders.

streams Waidon & Co, Realtors Chatta-
nooga. Sewanee. (800)489-2402.
www.walidori.com.
OCEANFRONT. 1BR furnished condos,
weekly or monthly. 1904)463-7343.
OCEANFRONT CONDOS & Beacn
homes Weekly/monthly. Visit us at:
jaxbeacnrental.com or 535-3911 or
535-3828.
S. JAX Bch. 2BR, lully lurnished, ocean-
front condo. Monthly/ Weekly. 241-0267.
www.rentlacKsonvillebeacn.com

It tifts ----
PVB- SHARE 3BR/2BA wipool $550/mo
plus deposit, Call 543-1951.
JAX BCH. 2-blocks from beach, 1BR
$500'mo. including utilities. Call Dan 476-
9729.
ROOMMATE WANTED. AB, private baih/
kitchen privileges. WID. $135/wk.
249-7926


ROOMMATE WANTED M/F $650 -1/3
fees and utilities Exclusive Miravista,
gated, pool,,hol lub, health club, water-
front w/marina view Room has own bath-
room, brand new large unit. 2700s1
(904)463-2845
ROOMMATE FOR 3BR/2BA,ejax Beach.
$B50'mo+- i deposit, include utilities
(9041249 1890.


ROOMMATE WANTED $500/mo utilities
included, high speed ,nternel, washer' dry-
er, 1.5 blocks from beach. 446-5084.
PVB- SHARE 3BR/2BA w/pool $550/mo.
plus deposit, Call 543-1951
ROOM FOR RENT Neptune Beach $525
plus oeposil and share utilities. 521-8473.


OFFICE SPACE lor rent. 9tl.x15h. with
storage space and 12h x24t1 Separate
backdoor entrance, utilities include. Lo-
cated on 3rd St. (904)249-3863.
LARGE 1 room healthcare office. Share
common areas, bathrooms, office manag-
er. ample parking, 3rd Street, Neptune
Bch 241-0666.
COMPLETELY FURNISHED Massage
Therapy office. San Marco area. $350/mo
Call Trish at 463.0222.
PROFESSIONAL OFFICE space w/recep-
lion area on Beach Blvd $375/mo, in-
cludes utilities, jahnional, high speed inler-
net 465-2505.


ATLANTIC BEACH. Free standing
ofticecommerclal/retail building, shop.
commercial lot & warehouse space Slan-
ing alt $500/mo. Free rent. (904)514.1090
GREAT LOCATION IN Jax Beach. New.
3750sf multi-purpose building for lease
Can be divided, Call for details,
343-1919, 249-3214.
NEPTUNE BEACH, 2113 Florida Blvd.
Great office building, plenty of parking, on
two lOTS. 3450sf. 993-4011
__. mai`fl


PVB. OCEAN Grove. 2BR/2BA. garage, --- -- -- i "II W11
$1200.'mo. 391-0029. 399-5511 lave- PET SITTING. in your home. Dog walking.
ningsl. Responsible. mature. Call Kitty, 874-6062


OCEAN FRONT, Jax Beach. 1/1 no pets.
no smoking, completely furnished.
19041692-2668
DOWNTOWN BERKMAN Plaza, 19th
Iloor. river view, 1BR 1BA. furnished,
$1850'/mo. 993-8877.


FREE 6 month old (male) Sheba Inu.
Very sweet dog. Potty and caged trained.
LiKes the outdoors This is a very good
family dog. we don't spend enough lime
with him Looking toi a good nome/ family.
1904)1221-7072.


2 CONDO. 221 S 6th Ave., JB, Unit B, SHEPHERD MX. loving dog, needs big
$1000/mo 705-4027 Owner/realtor. yard. Call 553-5502.


PV SUMMERHOUSE Greal lot excutivel
2BR/1.5BA, o000s., spacious. Ouiel/
bnght Everyihing brand newly $1100/mo
635.6375


KITTENS. FREE to good homes Call
Candice @ 904-629-3405.


PONTE VEDRA Gated comm. 2/2. super WE T4AE kilens...we have cals.. all
amenities No smoking, $1100/mo. wonderful, and in need of nice homes. All
838-4367. are FREE, and come with a return guaran-
BRIIBA, THE Grand Reserve, golf lee. Theodore is a charming tiger kitten
course view. Close to UNF and Beaches. wh whie bools and chest. Fur wilI De flul-
Swimming pool, )ot tub, :gym, volleyball & ty He is a httle lap kitten Maggy is a solibed
tennis court. Washer & Dryer Included. black shown hair. She is sweet as can be.
$850/mo., lyr lease. Call Jonathan -904 and purrs all the lime. Callie is a snort hair
219-6313.. eas. calico with her while socks on. She is live-
29-61l. y and fun. Rosie and Rutherford are sister
BETWEEN UNF and Beaches- Spacious and brother. They are black and white with
2'2 condo. vaulted ceilings, overlooking while chests and socks They are lull of
quiet preserve, pool/ gym, WID In unit fun, fluffy and large for their age. All kit.
$1100/mo. 904-962-0183. tens are 10 weeks old and have all their
1S.. L u._ n, /,a w ap baby shots. They have been taken care of
1ST FLOOR, end unit, 2/2,all new applian- very well. Also in heed of a home is Mor.
ces. Totally renovated, 5 star resort.,No ris. Morris Is a 2-ye'ar old tuxedo cat. He is
smoking, $999/mo. Call 349-7988. Owner most gentle and elegant. His fur is short,
licensed agen black and white. Morris is a great compan-
OCEAN VIEW, JAX BEACH, 3BR/2BA,' ion. He would be&ideal for an older person
vaulted ceiling, beautiful tile. Bright, open who wants company, but not the playful-
floor plan. No dogs. $1700/mo: ness of a kitten. Then there is Chloe. She
(404)325-0820, (404)784-6601. is petite, black and white with white socks.
Her fur is fluffy and she has a very fluffy
JAX BCH new 3/2 w/ garage, consider tail, Chloe is full of energy.-At ten months
lease purchase, $1400/mo. 463-73.43. old she loves to play and playl Chloe Is
PATIO HOME PVB- Villages of Solano, small, and will be a very small cat. She is'
gated community, fully renovated so cute. Both Mords and Chloe have all
3BR/2.5BA, full amenities, 891-2324. their shots (including feline luk.) and are
fixed. If you would like one of these won-
OCEANFRONT- JAX'Bch, 2/2, furnished, derful pets for your own, please call Kirs-
beautiful views. 5th Floor. $1,950/mo. ten at 246-5548.
1mo. minimum 571-6678.
22 SEAWINDS Lane, PVB Excellent condi- DORIS PET SERVICE
tion 'townhome, 3BR/2BA, $1500/mo. The kennel alternative/ Providing conven-
longterm (404)964-2741. lent, reliable care for your pets at your
,. .. home while you are away. Reasonable
PVB CONDO 2BR/2BA on lake. Screened rates, references., For more information
room, remodeled, new appliances, call:'Doris Rosarius, 241-8.967. Licensed,
$1,100/mo. 234-4939. Bonded.


TOY POODLE puppies, registered, health
certificate, ready to got 5 females, 1 male,
$450.' Call for !colors k386)467-9401,
(386)559-0526.
3 QUARTER Chihuahua/ Terrier mix
pups, (father purebred) 4 weeks old. $100
cash. 241-8508.
MALE KITTENS- Adorable 12week old
boys need to be adopted. Have current
shots and are neutered; Adoption fee
and application approval required. Call
247-0797.
BLUE AND gold Macaw w/cage. must sell
due to condo rules. $1,200 Call Waller
923-9724. .
PAPILLON PUPPIES- excellent homes'
only, fullgrown weight, 5b1s. $300
669-7739.


HOMELESS PETS for adoption- Cats &
dogs. 246-3600


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PUBLIC NOTICE


The Planning Commission for the City of
Jacksonville Beach. Florida will meet and
hold a public nearing on Monday, July
10, 2006 at 7:00 p.m.,m in the Council
Chambers, located al 11 North 3rd Streel,
Jacksonville Beach to consider the follow-
ing Condlional Use zoning application:
PC#15-06 Conditional Use approval for
an outdoor reslaurant,'bar sealing area in
a Commercial General. C-2 zoning district,
pursuant to Section 34-3431d)(14 ol the
Jacksonville Beach Land Development
Code. The property is located, at 1200
Beach Blvd. tenant number 1266 (Twisled
Sisters restaurant)
The above referenced application is avail-
able lor review in the office o01 the Planning
and Development Depanment. City Hall.
11 North 3rd Street, during normal busi-
ness hours (M-F, 8-5)
Planning Commission
City of Jacksonville Beacn

NOTICE
If a person decides to appeal any decision
by the Planning Commission with respect
to any matter considered at any meeting,
such person may need a record of the
proceedings, and, for such purpose, such
person may need to ensure that a verba-
tim record of the proceedings is made,
which record includes Inthe testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal is to be
based.
The public is encouraged to speak on is-
sues on this Agenda that concern them.
Anyone who wishes to speak should sub-
mit the request to the recording secretary
pnor to the beginning of the meeting
n accordance with the Americans with
Disabilities Acl and Section 286 26, Flori.
da Sialules, persons with disabilities
needing special accommodation to panic,-
pale in this meeting should contact the
Planning, and Development Department
no later than 5:00 p.m on the day preced-
ing the meeting:
BL 628.06 .

PUBLIC NOTICE
The Board of Adjustment for the City or
Jacksonville Beach. Florida will meet and
hold public hearings on Tuesday, July 18,
2006 ai 7:00 p.m. in the Council Cham-
bers. located at 11 Nonh 3rd Street, Jack-
sonville Beacn to consider the following
variance applications.
BOA 06-100142 City of Jacksonville
Beach Land Development Code Sec-
tion. 34 338 (lel 1) e. for 39-o lot coverage
in lieu of 35% maximum to allow for a
swimming pool and patio addition to a sin-
gle family dwelling, for property located
at 410 North 14th Avenue, more specifi-
cally. Lol 7, Block 1, Surl Park Unit One.
BOA 06-100147 City of Jacksonville
Beach Land Development Code Sec-
tion' 34-337 le)fl) e, for 44-% in lieu of
35% lot coverage to allow Ior improve-
ments to a non-conlorming dwelling, for
property located at 657 South Lower 8th
Avenue, more specifically, The East
25.00 leet of Lot 15, Block 8, Oceanside
Park.
BOA 06-100152 City of Jacksonville
Beach Land Development Code Sec-
tion: 34-336 (e)(1) a, for 43%. lot coverage
in lieu of 350. maximum to allow for addi-
lions and swimming pool to a single family
dwelling, for property located at 1357
Pinewood Road. more specifically. Lot
25, Block 15, Ocean Forest Unit Eight
BOA 06-100153 City of Jacksonville
Beach Land Development Code Sec-
tion. 34-337 le)Il) c.3, for a rear yard of
21.2 feel in lieu of 30 leet required and 34-
337 leI)(1) e, for 42% lot coverage in lieu
of 35%o maximum to allow for improve-
ments to a single family dwelling, for
property located at 2354 South Beach
parkway, more specifically, Lot 19 and
20, Block 2, Williams Coastal Boulevard
Heights.
A copy ol the above referenced applica-
tion(st is available for review in the office
of the Planning and Development Depan.
ment, 11 North 3rd Street, dunng normal
business hours (M-F. Ba-5p).
Board ol Adjustment
City of Jacksonville Beach
NOTICE
II a person decides to appeal any decision
by the Board of Adjustment with respect to
any matter considered at any meeting,
such person may need a record of the
proceedings, and, for such purpose. such
person may heed to ensure that a verba-
tim record of Ihe proceedings is made,
which record includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal is to be
based.
The public is encouraged to speak on is-
sues on this Agenda that concern them.
Anyone who wishes to speak should sub-
mit the request to the recording secretary
rior to the beginning of the meeting
n accordance with the Americans with
Disabilities Act and Section 286.26, Flori-
da Statutes, persons with disabilities
needing special accommodation to partici-
Spate 'in this meeting should contact the
Planning and Development Department
no later than 5:00 p.m. on'the day preced-
ing the meeting.
BL 6/28/06

AUCTION NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to the
'Self-Storage- Facility Act' Florida Statutes
Section 1, art IV of Chapter 83, Laws of
Florida -1982; The personal -property
consisting of clothes, personal items and
household goods of:
Christopher Richmann
Unit #730
Will be sold or otherwise disposed of at
11:00 a.m., Saturday, July 1, 2006, to sat-
isfy lien(s) for past due rentss. Disposition
will take place at: THE STORAGE BIN,
1001 13th Ave. S., Jacksonville Beach, FL
32250. THE STORAGE BIN reserves the
right to reject any and all bids.
BL 6/23, 6/28/06


4)si)il-iM


CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH
FLORIDA
CODE ENFORCEMENT BOARD
MEETING
A regular meeting of the City of Atlantic
Beach Code Enforcement Board will be
held on Tuesday, July 11, 2006, at 7:00
p.m. in the Commission Chamber at City
all. 800 Seminole Road. Atlantic Beach,
Florida.
All persons interested are notified to be
present at said lime and place and they
shall De heard. If a person decides to ap-
peal any decision at any' meeting or hear-
ing, he will need a record of the proceed-
ings, and for such purpose may need to
ensure that a verbatim record of the pro-
ceedings is made, which record shall in-
clude the testimony and evidence upon
which appeal Is to be based.
' In accordance with the American with Dis-
abilities Act, persons needing a special
accommodation to participate in this pro-
ceeding should contact Donna Bussey,
City Clerk, at 247-5809 or at City Hall, 800
-Seminole Road.
'BL 6/28/06


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NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Beach Body Towing Co., Inc. gives
Notice of Foreclosure of Lien and intent to
sell these vehicles on July 26, 2006, a
9:00 am at 922 7th Ave S., Jacksonville
Beach, FL 32250-4208, pursuant to sub-
section 713.78,'of the Florida Statutes&
Beach Body Towing Co., Inc. reserves the
right to accept or reflect any and/or all bids.
Cash only, day of sale. No titles, warran-
ties or guarantee of titles "As is"
1B3XP44DOMN591973 1991 DODGE
1 FTEE14Y2SHA88552 1995 FORD
1G4HR52KXVH4422921997 BUICK
1GBGC34K8JE157822 1988 CHEVY
1GDEK14KOPZ525093 1993 GMC
1GMCU06DXLT215332 1990 PONTIAC
1 GNCS18ZXL8102225 1990 CHEVY
1HGEJ814XVL136484 1997 HONDA
S1 HGEJ8645YL0160242000 HONDA
2G1 WL54TON9241646 1992 CHEVY
4A3AA36GXXE068209 1999 MITSUBISHI
4S2CK58D8X4367943 1999 ISUZU
4TARN93PXPZ123537 1993 TOYOTA
F148NFA8399 1979 FORD
JH4DA1853HS006930 1987 ACURA
JT2EL46S4P0315271 1993 TOYOTA
KNAFB121615914061 2001 KIA
NOVIN HOMEMADE TRAILER
BL 6128'06

PUBLIC NOTICE
CITY OF NEPTUNE BEACH
The Board of Appeals for the City of Nep-
tune Beach, Florida will hold a Public
Hearing on Wednesday July 19, 2006 at
7:00 p.m., ,n [he Neplune Beach Munici-
pal Building, 116 First Street, to consider
the following.
V06-09: Variance request of Mr. Scott
Smedley for tIhe property located at 1292
Forest Ave to section 27-328ia)(2)a. The
request is to construct a 400 square loot
detached garage in a secondary front yard
of a multiple frontage lot.
II a person decides to appeal any decision
made Dy the board with respect to any
maner considered at such meeting or
hearing, he or she will need a record of
the proceedings, and for such purpose he
or she may need to ensure that a verbatim
record ol the proceedings are made,,
which record included the testimony and
evidence upon wh,cn the appeal is to be
based .. ;.. .
In accordance with the Americans wilh
Disabilities Ad and Section 286.26, Flon-
da Statute, persons with disabilities need- .
ing special accommodation to participate
in this meeting should contact the City
Cleik's office no later Than 5:00 p.m., the
day ot the meeting.
BOARD OF APPEALS
NEPTUNE BEACH. FLORIDA
BL 06/28/06

AUCTION NOTICE
Nolice is hereby given that pursuant to the
-Self Storage Facility Act". Florida Statutes
Section 1, Part IV of Chapter 83, Laws oi .
Florida 1982; the personal property con-
sisung of clothing, personal items and
household goods of'
Angela D Walker Atlantic Beach, B241,
5x10. furniture, misc. boxes.
Floyd Husled. Atlantic Beach, B219.
10x10, misc. boxes. iools.
Daniel Silva. Atlantic Beach, C335, 10x10,
misc boxes, guitars.
Starra F. Rossiter, Atlantic Beach, D453.
5x5. misc. boxes, computer, punter.
Drue E. Miller, Atlantic Beach, .C373,
10x20, clothing.
Barbara Cnsl. Jacksonville, C392. 10x15.
household goods, misc. boxes.
Will be sold or otherwise disposed of at
10-00 AM, Saturday, July 15th, 2006 to'
satisfy lien(s) [or past due rents) cost and
lees Disposition will take place at: Pan
Am Mini Storage, 2383 Mayport Rd., At-
lantic Beach, FL 32233. Pan Am Mini,
Storage-reserves Ihe right to-reject arny
Sarfd'Sl biBs and establish minimum bids to
comperisale'for all costs .
BL 6/28, 7/5/06
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 8TH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
ALACHUA COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY LAW DIVISION
IN THE MATTER of the Termination of
Parental Rights for the Proposed Adoption
of a Minor Child
File Number: 2006-DR-128
Division AD

ADM,
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR TERMINA-
TION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS AND
HEARING TO TERMINATE PARENTAL
RIGHTS PENDING ADOPTION
TO: All persons having an interest in the
termination o parental rights pending \
adoption for ADM, born December 12.
2005, in Jacksonville, Duval County, Fion-
da. Including JOHN SMITH, last known
address Jacksonville, Duval County, Flori-
da. age 54 a black male with a low haircut,
two gold feelh, brown complexion, 6" tall,
weight unknown.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to ter-
minate the parental rights of ADM, who
was' bom on December 12, 2005 in Jack-
sonville Duval County. Florida, and sub-
sequently surrendered for adoption, has
been filed by Petitioner, Christian Family
Services, Inc.. 2720 SW 2nd Avenue.
Gainesville, Florida 32607, whose attor-
ney is Mitchell E. Albaugh, Esq., 3350 Ca-
noe Birch Place, Oviedo, Florida 32766

YOU ARE FURTHER NOTIFIED that
there will be a heanng on the Petilion to
Terminate Parental Rights Pending Adop-,
lion on MONDAY, JULY 10, 2006 at.
2:00 P.M., or as soon thereafter as coun-
sel may be heard, before the honorable
YSLETA W. McDONALD. one of the
Judges ol the above-styled Court, in
ROOM 409 alt ihe Alacnua County Court-
house, 201 EAST UNIVERSITY AVENUE,
GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA 32601. The
Court has set aside FIFTEEN (15) MI-
NUTES for this hearing.
UNDER Fla. Slat CH. 63.089, FAILURE
TO FILE A WRITTEN RESPONSE TO
THIS NOTICE WITH THE COURT OR TO
APPEAR AT THIS HEARING CONSTI-
TUTES GROUNDS UPON WHICH THE
COURT SHALL END ANY PARENTAL
RIGHTS YOU MAY HAVE REGARDING
THE MINOR CHILD.
DATED this 22nd day of May., 2006. :
J.K "BUDDY" IRBY .
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT, .
\s\by Tricia G. oraggio
as Deputy Clerk :.
BL 6/7,6/14,6/21,6/28/06 .









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ack to schedule interview.

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A Readers Digest Co offers an exciting
sales ,opportunity lor independent sales
repi Set-up. run book fairs at businesses/
corporations Commission guaranteed hlust
3 months. Training and suppon provided
Need: TrucK/SUVrTrailer, storage & com-
puter For details & to apply:
www.booksarelunitd com. Fax- 888-556-
4795. Call. 1800) 966-8301, X2698
A/C & Heating company needs Installers
& Service Technicians. Top pay & bene-
fits Call Rob 509-3062

PAINTERS
FULL-TIME at a Premier Retirement Com-
runity. Excellent benehils Experience re-
quired. Applications at Fleet Landing Se-
curity Gale, One Fleet Landing Blvd, At-
lantic Beach, FL; Fax to 904-246-9447,
email to jobs@fleetlanding.com. 'EOE/
Drug-Free Workplace


YARD WORK, raking leaves, flower beds. MEDICAL ASSISTANT Ior busy Deach
$6 per hour, 703-6703 dermatology practice Some experience
RESTAURIIANT IANMiTOR 3ra nif. 7 preferred, fax resume To 273-0410.


nights per wk, good pay, call Jim,
770-480 7686 '
SOUTH JAX Beach -Commercial Insur-
ance Agency seeks, P/T Clerical help.
Clencal experience preferred Initaily
20his. per week Excrellent pay and work
environment. II hours grow excellent ben-
elis will apply Fax resume to 241-5557.
LMT NEEDED part-time for busy chiro ol-
fice. NMT training a must Clinic exp pre-
ferred.Fax resume to 904-645-3483.
TEACHER P/T 2 30 6:30 lor early child-
r hood learning center. Experience wi40hr.
class preferred. Must be patient, gentle
wichiidren & reliable. 1851 Beach Blvd..
Jax Beach 32250. EOE. 242-9645 or fax
242-9646.
NEED SHADOW' to assist first grade
student wiln school work and activities at
small, private Jax Bce school. Ideally
Monday- Friday 8"30am-12noon. (Oppor-
tunnies at other limes also available )
Email resume::
dart@ multifamilybrokers.com
CLERK RECEPTIONIST needed by small
Beaches manufacturing co. 20-30 hours
per week, M-F. Flexible schedule, skills in
Peachiree, Excel and Windows a plus. Ac-
counting and budgeting exp helpful. Call
249-3545.
PART-TIME BOOKKEEPER. Immediate
opening lor Ponte Vedra business. Exp. in
Quickbooks & Excel. Send salary requir-
ments & resume Imal@bellsouth.nel
Fax: 904-2856698.
CASHIEROFFICE ASSISTANT Atlantic
Beacn location. Call Brian 249-0360.
HAIRSTYLIST,, EARN ,$13 PLUS IPIRE
HOUR. Clientele provided. Mgt. .oppor--
tunity, benefits. Supercuts, A1A & But-
ler Blvd. 273-2888.
BEACHES MONTESSORI SCHOOL
Needs for 06-07 school year a lun, chii-
dren-cenlered, energetic, organized per-
son to leach SPANISH P/T afternoons
10 hr /week Good hourly rate. Send cover
lener. qualilicahions, resume to
lane@ dmsoni.ne.org
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ORDER ENTRY/CUSTOMER SERVICE
VENUS Call Center is looking for Order
Entry Reps. to, lake incoming calls from
our customers ordering from our catalogs.
Excellent communications skills/ keyboard
skills as well as a background in customer
service is required. Day & Night part-time
shins available. Class starts August 1.
2006 lor rwo weeks. Paid Iraining is Irom
4pm-11pm, Monday -Friday. Call our lob
line for immediate consideration
645-6000 prompt 2. EOE
MAINTENANCE/ CLEANING
P.rrT conlracied position rtor Jacksonville
Metro Treatment Center, an outpatient
substance abuse Ireatment provider. M-F,
early morning only For more info. call
Rick @ 904-398-7015.

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,
1114 Beach Blvd.
lacksonville Beach, FL 32250
or fax. to (904) 249-1501
or email to:
linda@ beachesleader.com or
dube@beachesleader.com


iiimmmilf:ltil'7JllHB


PAINTERS AND Painier's Helpers need.
ed, must have own transportation and
hand tools. Pays $8-$22 per hour with
overtime Work is nortnn o Dames Point
Bridge Dental Heallh, Lile Insurance, &
vacation. 904-910-7862.
WE'RE RAISING pay for Florida Regional
drivers Home every weekend Home dur-
ing the weekly Solid weekly miles 950' no
louchil Preplanned treighil $ 43 per mile
HEARTLAND EXPRESS 1800)441-4953
www.heartlandexpress com.
CHILDTIME LEARNING Centers seeks
experienced Teachers & Ass;stant Teach-
ers. F/T & PIT available. We offer a com-
petitive salary & benefits package. Call
273-6960 or tax resume to. 280-5742.
MANAGER/ SUPERVISOR for Detail po-
sition, experience helpful but will train.
Can make between $400 -$700 per week
Must nave valid driver's license & trans-
portaion. Only serious responsible hard
workers need apply Eric, 716-4413.
HAIRSTYLIST WANTED Io rent spacious
private room in Jax Beach location
$150/wk Call 270-0997 ask lor Debi. ,


GREENFROG PEST PREVENTION
Join our team. Our company has openings
for our service dept, good salary, must,
possess a good driving record, be custom-
er, friendly. We offer company vehicle,
paid vacation and holidays. Leap over to
us. Apply at 159 19th Street N. Jax
Beacn. 242-9002.

CARPENTERS & Helpers. Beaches area.
Transponation & phone a music 535-7356

A FUN PLACE
TO WORK!
PAWNEE'S CAFE & Fine Wines, ilormer-
ly Manueli's). PVB Cook & Counter. Bene-
ils 273-4785.
DRIVER. A hometown carrier for home-
town drivers- Knight Transponaion- Ask
aboul 7 oubi7 nomel "Daily & Weekly Pay
2700 miles/week 2005i06 Volvos
1800)734-8169.
OFFICE MANAGER/ Administrative Assis-
lant at Ine Beach with" First Command Fi-
nancial Planning Seeking highly motivat-
ed. optimistic, multi.rask oriented individu-
als. Fax resume to Michael Hardin at
249-8667.
TEACHER & Teacher Assislant needed
for toddler class at Christian preschool at
Beaches. benehlis, 249-1204.
DRIVERS
RECREATION DEPARTMENT
Drivers part-time and full-fime Be a mem-
Oer of a great learn Join our Recreation
Department at a premier.retirement com-
munity. Fun work environment Class C
CDL Passenger Endorsement License
Required. Must be able 1to sel up and
break down for special events Competi-
live wages and excellent benefits Applica-
tions available at Fleel Landing Security
Gate. One Fleet Landing Blvd Allantic
Beach. FL 32233. Fax to 904-246-9447:
email to jobs@fleetlanding.com.
EOE'Drug-lree workplace.
HAIRSTYLIST, EARN $13 PLUS PER
HOUR. Clientele provided. Mgt. oppor-
tunity, benefits. Supercuts, A1A & But-
ler Blvd. 273-2888.

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


HOUSEKEEPERS NEEDED Immediately
Flexible hours, no weekends, excellent
pay. Transportation & phone required.
591-5901. 514-1188
NURSE LPN
FT & PT positions available at Jackson.
villa Meir. Treatment Center an oulpa-
tient substance treatment provider Day
hours only Benefits w'FT position. Fax re-
sume to 1904)346-0837
DRIVER/ CDL. SAWYER, GAS a local
propane retailer is in immediate need ol a
full-time driver The ideal candldale will
nave an ekcelleni customer service de.
meanor, a CDL wtIn Hazmai, ranker, and
airbrake endorsements. Candidates must
pass. pre-employmenl testing, drug
screen, DMV check and background in-
vestigation We otter a competitive salary-
and benelils package Apply in person at
98 S. Penman Rd. Jax Bch or lax resume
to HR at 246-0715. EOE
THE PIE HOLE (serves breakfast, lunch
and pizza). Now hiring store manager,
waite staff and cooks for local Mayport
Cafe. Apply within 1487-9 Maypon Rd.
249-7437.


DRIVER- Hiring qualified dnvers for Cen-
tral Florida local and national OTR posl-
tions. Food grade tanker, no. nazmat, no
pumps Great benefits. competillive pay
and new equipment. Need 2 years experi-
ence. Call Bynum Transport for your op-
ponunity today; 1800)741-7950
SALES AND Service Representative for
busy Beaches multiple line insurance of-
fice. Must nave state of Florida insurance
licenses for property and casualty, tlfe and
health, or be capable ol getting licenses
within 90 days. Please send resume to
At22. P.O. Box 50129, Jacksonville
Beach. FL 32240.
ALL THE miles you can legally handlelll
Come drive lor All Amencan Xpressi Late
Model Equipment, No Touch Freight, No
East Coastl. 2yrs venfliable experience.
Good driving record. (800)282-1911 x115.
POOL TECHNICIAN Beaches area. Prior
experience required. Driver's License and
Insurance required. 7am-3pm, Monday-
Friday, $2000 a month. Call 241-6200.
HOUSE CLEANERS NEEDED. Southside
and Beaches. Work in teams of three.
Must have own transportation, valid dnv-
er's license. Approximately $175/wk to
stan. Moday-Friday, no nights/weekends.
Home Cleaning Centers of America.
t904 642-8885
LAWN MAINTENANCE
GREAT OPPORTUNITY for experience
worker, must have a valid drivers license.
Leave message at 553-6338.
POOL MAINTENANCE
CONSTRUCTION & Pool Maintenance
Clean driving record a must. 246-2455
WELDERS. EXCELLENTBENEFITSI Ex-
perience Paysl FiT shitlsi Apply in peson:
Centurion Auto Transport, 5912 New
Kings Rd Jacksonville, Fi. 32209.
HOUSE PERSON, 3pm-t1pm & 11pm-
7am, also Housekeepers.needed. Apply in
person, Comfort Inn, 1515 Nonh 1st St.
Jax Beach


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HERMON'S MULTIPLE SERVICE
Specializing in Commercial and Residen-
rtal Cleaning Lawn Care, Auto Cleaning,
Window Cleaning. Janitorial Services, etc
Call Heimon. 246-4238. 612-1755
*" *
HANDYMAN- NO Job to small. Garages
cleaned. Call 223-5891
SEWING MACHINE Repairs Complete
tune-up. All makes, all models, $49.50.
241-2112.


PADGETTS A/C 8 Heating, Inc. Family
owned and operated When quality and
customer service are demanded call
Travis at 588-5222.
SERVICE, REPAIRS, INSTALLATIONS
Free Eslimates. License CAC1814887

AN AMAZINGLY clean house or office by
Nalasha. For estimate 563-7858. .
ABOVE & Beyond Housekeeping. De-
pendable, 'detailed cleaning Licensed, In-
sured. bonded, references. Immediate
openings. 591-5901. 514-1188.
PROFESSIONAL CLEANING, dependa-
ble. Reasonable raies. free eslimales Call
Roxanne 19041477-5398.


, CLEAN- TO-SHINE..Our company-commnid-
meztl 19009 ':Gustomer Satietabtioni'tF
Ahordable Prices "We tiean'homes,"apart-
menis. ohices, RV's, new construction and
restaurams. For a free estimate call 514-
7009 or 1904)779-0158. We will beat any
company prices.
JUST LIKE you want I Cleaning homes.
The cheapest around- $25. 249-5180.
CLEANING SERVICE Residential/small
once. 12 years+ experience. Meticulous
and dependable. Free estimates Call
Kimberly 349-4467.
HOUSEKEEPER WITH 10 yrs exp. has
openings lor homes or condos Will runer-
rands, pet sit. nouse srt. iron. No lob too
big Call 728-9174.
DARCELLE'S HOUSECLEANING. 15yrs
experience Business & Residential. Satis-
laciion guaranteed Move outs welcome
(904)446 6111.
MARIA'S HOUSEKEEPING detailed clea-
niing. references available, 446-5084
J&R COMPLETE Cleaning and Additional
services. Free estimates. Call 372-9049


ANOMOTEC QUALITY Electrical Serv-
ices. Free estimates for repair/ installation.
Comm'Res.c' Standby generators and
transfer swilcnes. All electrical needs.
Visa/MC. 343-5535 Great ralesl


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


ARE YOUR investments Returning 18o?
For more Information please visit
www.brandnermortgage.com and click on
mortgage investors or call (904)448-0155.


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


MAINTENANCE MAN FOR OCEAN-
FRONT HIGH-RISE CONDOMINIUM.
Fuji-time position available to right person
at our oceanfront condominium. General
maintenance work- including cleaning,
painting, pool cleaning, overseeing con-
traclors, 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 lo- Maintenance Posi-
tion. P.0 Box 49245, Jacksonville Beach,
FL 32250
MARINE DREDGING Contractor seeks
experienced 8-12 inch Dredge Operators,
Operator trainees & deckhands Fax re-
sume to (904)992.0871 or e-mail: dredg-
ing85@bellsouth net
0/0 Driver FFE, Tne F/S is higher here
$1.11 Avg $2,000 sign-on $2,600 referral
bonus. Base plate provided No truck no
problem. Low payment with short lease.
(800)569-9298.
BURDENBEARER SERVICES needs reli-
able cleaning help Residential/Commer-
cial. Call 242-9358


BEACHES CAR Wash- lull time help
needed, Wages negotiable+ lips. Benefits
Avail. Apply in person. 1401 Beach Blvd.
THE CITY OF JACKSONVILLE BEACH
employs individuals in a variety of posi-
tions. For a listing of current opportunities
please visit us in person 11 N. 3rd St.. 2nd
floor, call 247-6263. send an email to per-
sonnel@iaxbchill.nel, or visit our website
www JacksonvilleBeach.org Drug free
work environment. EOE, VP.
SALES REPRESENTATIVE
Positions available in Sales/ Service. It's
never too late to begin a career with un-
limited earnings potential, flexible hours
and benefits. Base pay plus commission
Call 1904)821-1351. EOE.
SEEKING SEAMSTRESS, exp. preferred
but not needed. Fax resume 221-6413 or
call 221-6412.


HERMON'S MULTIPLE SERVICE
Specializing in "Complete Flowerbed
Cleaning and Workover". Call Hermon,
246-4238, 612-1755.
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CHEAP MOE'SI Complete lawn service.
Mosi yards only $20. (904)422-0593
PERSCHEL BROTHERS
SERVICES, INC.
PROFESSIONAL LAWN service. We mow
lawns Free estimates 246-0967.
A NATIVE SUN LAWN
& LANDSCAPE.
Total Lawn Mainrenance. Clean-ups, Sod-
ding, Mulching, Re-planting. Free esti-
mates. 247-3344. ,



DIRTY DEAN'S
Licensed and Insured. Call 294-6116.
ALL ABOUT Services 955-5881 or 343-
1437.
PRESSURE WASHERS for rent or sale.
Tucker Equipment Rental 246.1330.
OCEANSIDE CLEANING INDUSTRIES
Safe rgol cleaning ,Deck & fence
restoration. Pressure washing. Licensed &
Insured. Call Kevin 994-0045.
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BEACHES HOME SERVICES. Painting,
free estimates, work guaranteed, licensed.
610-7768.
QUALITY PAINTING PLUS INC.
Residential. Commercial.
Licensed, Insured. Free Eshimates
(904)723-0092 (904)333-4158
STACIE SHEA PAINTING
Residential and Commercial. 200-0966.
NATIVE PAINTER- exceptional residen-
tal/ commercial pressure washing, paint-
ing. drywall crack repair, wall covering Li-
censed, insured, references. 403-7389..
ALL ABOUT Services 955-5881 or 343-
1437.

ATLANTIS PAINTING CO.
Property management rates lor quick
rental/sale lurn-arounds. and custom paint
also Call for FREE ESTIMATES. 497-
2553 or 724-6877. Licensed & Insured;.
WYMAN'S PAINTING and PRESSURE
WASHING COMPANY. 15yrs. experi-
ence Specializing in Beach homes
221-4117.
FAST INTERIOR painting, drywall, tex-
ture. Specialize in smaller obs. Wil l work
evenings & weekends. Licensed, insured,
references. 403-7389.
LICENSED PAINT Contractor will paint
any avg. size room $75. 1904)613-1271.
Email. PerRm75Dollars@aol com


DAVID'S POOL SERVICE Weekly clean-
Ing. Most residential pools $25/week-
chemicals Licensed, Insured We make
your tile a line easier 285-0240.


KPW CONSTRUCTION Inc. now hiring
carpenters in, Beaches area. Minimum
3yrs. experience. Please call 686-4818.
HERE'S FRED Golf Co. heeds office per-
son & UPS ship ing clerk w/ experience
645-9790, 2205 St. John's Bluff Rd.
LAWN MAINTENANCE & installation
Must be able to line, tnm, and edge.
434-8797.
TAXI DRIVERS Wanted. Clean driving re-
cord required. Call April, 246-9999.
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; e-mail to jobs@fleetlanding.com.
EOE. Drug-Free Workplace.
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.


DENTAL ASSISTANT Beaches lull-rlibe
front/ back, some expenence necessary,
285-3128.
CONVERTER COLLECTOR
F/T and P/T, commission only Must nave
dependable transportation. Call 996-0233
or apply at www cis-flonda com
CLEANING PERSONNEL needed. Must
have reliable phone and transportation.
$10 per hr. call 273-2761.
COMPASSIONATE, RESPONSIBLE
CAREGIVERS lor the elderly needed
Live-in shifts up to 2, 3. 4 or 5 days per
week. $110/shift. Amencan Home Com-
panions. 247-7495.
COUNTER HELP, Ponte Vedra area,
FT/PT, Call 285-5644.
GROWING FAST paced lawn mainfe-
nance company looking lor F/T help 655-
8502


All's HOME IMPROVEMENT
All types of home repairs. rotten wood.
siding, gutters, pressure washing, paint-
ing. drywall, cabinets, counters, sundecks,
fencing. Licensed/ Insured. Call for free
estimates. 463-1711.


HANDYMAN- EXPERIENCED and very
dependable lor quality repairs, service
calls, painting, improvements and miscel-
taneous jobs. DAVE. 246-6628.
KP HOME IMPROVEMENT INC
Painting, carpentry, water proofing, pres.
sure washing,. ile work. drywall
'904-241-7023.


ROOFING IN-TOWN prices @ the
Beach. 25yrs. experience. 880-9908
CCC1326983.

ROMANO GUTTER SERVICES
Installation and repairs. Call 246-5649.
NELIGAN
CONSTRUCTION
ROOFING DIVISION
ROOF REPAIRS & Re-Rooting. Trust a lid
censed professional. See our ad. under
Remodellng/Construction. State Certified
Roofer #CCC1325888. Member BBB
247-3777 All credit cards accepted.
ROMANO ROOFING
ALL Types Rooting & Repairs. 246-5649


PALM TREES; Hedges Trmmed, Yard
Clean-ups. Mulching, Sodding whatever II
takes, etc. Dave 249-4724


SOUTHSIDE TREE Service. Enhance the
beauty of your trees. PALMS TRIMMED.
904-318-0569 Alan DeLoach


TWO M CONSTRUCTION
Repairs, specializing in termite damage.
246-1529.


FIRST CHOICE Home Improvements.
Needs skilled carpenters & tree climbers.
349-2628.
FRAMING CARPENTERS, G.C. Superin-
tendent lor established company Drug
free work place. BenelIls. 241-2721.
DRIVERS DID you average $1.88 In your
Tracior or $1 45 in your Straighl Truck last
week? Our drivers didl Tri-Slale Expedited
(888)320-5424.
ani m-wv .Q W MP ... .. Al


ED'S LAWNCARE
Dependable Quality Service. Reasonable
rates. 821-0737.

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Police Officer Scholarship
The City of Jacksonville Beach is currently accepting
applications for qualified.candidates to attend a Basic
Law Enforcement Academy on a scholarship that
cover tuition and training related costs. Please view
full Scholarship description in our offices or online.
For consideration submit a completed Police
Scholarship Application to Human Resources.
Deadline to apply is September 1, 2006 5pm. For
further information contact us in person at 11'North
3rd Street, 2n"1 floor, call 904-247-6263, or visit us
online www.JacksonvilleBeach.org.

Drug free work environment. EOE. VP


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$300 HIRING BONUS. D-Licensed Secur-
ity Officers needed to work upscale gated
communities and condominiums in Jax
and-Ponte Vedra Beach. Apply in person
., or online at: First Coast Security Services,
6817 Southpoint Pkwy #1001. Jax, FL
32216 (904)281-0070
www tirstcoastsecurityonline.com
NATIONAL CARRIERS is a glowing Fleet
offering, Regional & OTR, Excellent bene-
fits, weekend.homattme, outstanding pay
package & lease purchase options. CDL-A
required (888)707-7729 www.nationalcar-
ners com.
FIT MAINTENANCE Tech for apartment
community at the beach. Must have 3yrs.
exp and H.V.A C. certification. Good pay
& benefits. Call 904-246-6474 or fax
resume 904-246-1085.


LANDSCAPE EXPERIENCE preferred.
25k to 40k first year, plus benefits. DFWP,
good driving record. No exp. required, will
train. Call 241-7874, Perschel & Meyer
Pest Management.


APPLIANCE, HVAC, plumming, repairs
specialist needed. Apply on lIne at
www.samedayservice.com or call (800)
870-0193

Lawn service seeks individual to perform
dependable quality work. Excellent pay &
overtime available. Crew Leaders wanted.
Perschel Brothers Services, Inc. 246-
0967.
DAILY'S
CUSTOMER Service Reps. Immediate
openings, flexible schedules. Call Job Line
596-3266.
*DRIVERS*
DO you want.to join A winning leam. Don't
get left out. Our dnver's make $500-$700
per week Call 249-5151 ask for Brian or
493-5250 ask for Tim Collins
LANDSGAPE -COMPANY looking lor' de-
peindable -FT/PT, helper. Transportation
ana license required. $i0hr. Call 285-
2952.
INSTANT CARE giver. 9:30 -6:30 or split
shilt FT/PT. Must be patient and have old-
fashion work ethics. Experience w/40hr.
class preferred Apply at 1851 Beach
Blvd., Jax Beach. 32250. EOE. 242-9645
or fax 242-9646.
AIR BRUSH Artist needed for hign
volume location. $50K per year Call Dan-
ny 904-993-9283
FRONT DESK RECEPTIONIST/ OFFICE
MANAGER In holistic, internal medical of-
fice. Full /pan time secretarial, clerical,
and support of M.D a unique setting Ex-
perience required in answering phones,
computers, communications and public-re-
iations. Must be enlnusiastic, dependable,
consistent, and an excellent match. Fax
resume with references: no phone calls
please. Persephone Healing Ans Center,
FAX: (9041246-3778.
DOG GROOMER lor busy shop in Beach-
es area, great earning potential,
716-3732.
SECRETARY/ RECEPTIONIST
Vicar's Landing, a Life Care Retirement
Community. located in Ponte Vedra
Beach is seeking a secretary/receptionist
for our Administration Office. This position
requires 3-5 years of strong secretanal
skills, and excellent organizational skills
Candidate must be customer-oriented,
and posses excellent phone skills. Must
be computer proficient (Microsoft Office,
Publisner, & Excelh, and posses excellent
: altentlon to detail skills. We offer a last
paced environment, as well as competitive
salary and benefits package. Send re-
sume to' dneitzel@vicarslanding.com, fax
to 904-273-1719, ATTN: HR or mall to:
Vicar's Landing Administration. 1000 Vic-
ar s Landing Way, Ponte Vedra Beach. FL
32082, ATTN: HR.
DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
VETERINARY TECHNICIAN, Experience
preferred. ALSO: Receptionist, vefinary
experience required Apply in person.
1210 3rd Street Nonh, Jax Beach.
LULU'S WATERFRONT GRILLE
AM & PM Line Cooks. Kitchen Prep & Util-
dities. Good money, casual atmosphere,
very busy, great people to work with.
285-0139.
DRIVERS. OWNER Operators- 77.5%'. of
revenue + fuel surchagel No charge back
Benetlis Availl Centurion.Auto transport.
800-889-8139.
ASSISTANT TEACHER,
Palms Preschool. NAEYC, accredited.
exp preferred, good benefit package. M-F,
9am-6pm., 247-0983, EOE.
FINANCE MANAGER- Ponle Vedra Area.
Must be proficient in Quick Books Pro
2006 and experience with analyzing Proit
and Loss Statements. Salary $35-40K.
Please call Sheri at 904-425-4700
ext 237
Liquor Store Clerk, Bartender, Door
Guy, Must be able to work days, nights,
weekends, and holidays. Must pass drug
test and background check. Call Robert @
465-0149
Construction Worker
w/valia Florida Driver's License. Expen-
ence helpful but will train. Good salary &
benefits. Apply at Suriside Pools, 313,
Beach Blvd., 246-2666 or fax resume to-
249-8801. e-mail: surfsidepools@aot.com
CNA
FULLTime, 3pm-lnpm at Premiere Retire-
ment Community Health Center. Excellent
benefit package, competitive wages, gooa
working environment. Applications availa-
ble at Fleet Landing Security Gate, One
Fleet Landing Blvd., Atlantic Beach, FL:
Fax to (904)246-9447; email to:
lobs@fleetlandlng.com EOE/ Drug-Free
workplace.
GROUNDSKEEPER: FULL time at pre-
mier retirement community. Experience
preferred. Excellent benefits and work en-
vironment. Applications at Fleet Landing
.Security Gate1 One Fleet Landing Blvd..
Atlantic Beach,' FL 32233; Fax to
(904)246-9447; email to.
Pobs@fleettIandlng.com EOE/ Drug-
ree Workplace:


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DO YOU need relief from canng for elder-
ly or sick loved ones? I am state li-
censed, Aizheimers trained, experienced
and great references Call Sherry,
904-541-1214, 904-477-1036.
PERSONAL ATTENDANT/ COMPANION
"More Itan a service, more like a friend
Transportation to doctor's, shopping, etc.
220-0129.
CAREGIVER AVAILABLE part-time,
4-6nrs./daily, M-F. Light housework, local
errands upon request. Excellent referen.
ces 246 8387.
CAREGIVER/ HOUSEKEEPER seeking
par-lime work. Honest and dependable
All areas. 1760)419-3215.


WHIRLPOOL WASHER & Dryer. exc.
cohdilion $150iea Will deliver & guaran-
lee. 874-1747.
WOLFF TANNING beds. Buy Direct and
save, Full body units from $22 a month.
Free color catalog. Call today. (800)842-
1305', www.np.eLstan.com
FILL DIRT for sale, Miranda Contracting.
Cal. 219-2765.
ARCH STEEL Builaings, Hurricane Raiedl
FEMA grade. Widths of 25, 30, 40 & 50
Garage/ Workshop/ Storage. Genuine
SteelMasierf, Buildings, factory directly!
Call (800)341-7007. www.SteelMas-
lerUSA.comr
SOFA/ LOVESEAT. brown suede, pillow
slurled, 1yr. old. New condition $500. New
mongoose bike $250. 703-2992.
METAL ROOFING, Save $. Buy direct
Irom manufacturer. 20 colors in stock with
all accessories. QuicK lurn around. Deliv-
ery available. Toll Iree 1888)393-0335.
SAGO PALMS all sizes, 4-6ft Call for ap-
pointment 220-6302
KING SIZE Serta pillow top mattress, box-
es, frame Like new. $250. Can deliver
246-1832.


BLOOMING GINGERS, Angle-wing Be.
gonias, and more. Fnday & Saturday 8am-'
2pm Call for directions (Palm Valley).
403-3735.
SWIMMING POOL Slide, lyr. old. Paid
$1300 Asking $600- OBO. Magic Chef
Sell-Cleaning Range, like new. $200
OBO. 982-5858.


WHIRLPOOL WASHER & Dryer, $75'ea.
30 day warranty. Deliver, $20. 318-8173,
992-1470.
FUTON WITH Cover $85. ElIipbcal $85.
Boih like new. 249-2541.
SAT&T P HTNER 2h6lh siasrem. 65 horde
j iinsraiidf6ntledbr $f899. 249-8877. -.-----


BED- BEAUTIFUL' Temp-pedic Memory
Foam manress & boxspnng, new in
plastic w/warranty $379. Must sell.
(904)858-9350.
USED OFFICE Furniture, filing cabinets,
desks, bookcases. Kirby vacuum. 249-
3863.
BED- FULL-SIZE cherry sleigh bed,
w/matiress & box spring Must sell. $395.
Can deliver (904)858-9350.
GE CHEST Freezer, 3'6'wide, white, new-
er. $125. Treadmill $200 614-6875.
GAS BARBECUE grill. Good condition.
$40. Call 246-7259.
SOLID OAK Oueen bedroom set. Includes
rounded headboard w/rat1an inlay design,
72' six plus drawer dresser w/rounded
mirror and rattan inlay, two 2-drawer night-
stands, tour drawer plus storage Armoire.
Good condition $700,, 992-1214.
GE PROFILE Relngenor, side by side.
deep doors, white. Water & Ice dispenser.
Like new. $389. ,273-7233.
DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT Ring, 2.76
tolal cl. wi, cerlified and appraised.
$7500. 904-708-0100.
BED. BRAND name queen set.
new, w/warranty $129 Can deliver.
190418589350.
IS STRESS ruining your relationships?
Buy and Read Dianelics oyL. Ron Hub-
bard Call 1813)872-0722 or send $8.00 to
Dianetics, 3102 N Habana Ave., Tampa,
FL 33607.


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CARPENTERS & Carpenter's Helpers,
custom framing. exterior trim & siding
Music rave tools & Iransponallon. Call
608-9268
ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICER
City of Atiantic Beach Starting pay
$11.47/nr ($23,857/yr ), to $14 34/hr.
(529.827,yr ) DOO +benetils. Work hours
vary. One year exp. in animal handling
preferred; Valid driver's license with a sal-
Islaclory driving record required. Applica.
tions accepted until 7/12/06 Test date
7/22/06. 800 Seminole Rd., Allantic
Beach, FL 32233. For more info call
1904'1247-5820 or visit www.coab.us No
smokers. tobacco users. Drug testing con.
ducled EOE.
CARING AND Reliable Resident Assistant
lor small Assisled Living, AIlantic Beach
F/T, 11pm-7am and P/T. Medical and olrn-
er benelils. Call .Gloria 249-3233. EOE


ALL CASH candy route Do you earn
$800/day? 30 machines, tree candy. Ail
for $9995. (888)629-9968. B02000033.
Call us: We will notl be undersoldl
.PARTY STORE for sale, located at 7206
Allanlic Blvd., seasonal merchandise in
storage included. $30 000 Call Tim 813-
5833.


BED- KING mattress set, 289. Can de. 2005 FORD MUSTANG. V6 premium,
liver. (904)391-0015. loaded, low mtes, extended warranty,
Iver.(94)91-15. $18.900 285-3483.


KEG AND POOL TABLE. 2002 KEN-
MORE Kegorator and accessories like
new $400. 2001 8' slate lop pool table and
accessories- great condition $600.
(bought new for $1200). Call 910-2668
leave message.
WHIRLPOOL ELECTRIC range $75, G.E.
refrigerator $100. 349-2402.
RENOVATION SALE- Maple bedroom set:
K/size sleigh bed, 34Hx18Dx66L dresser
w/mirror, 2 nighIstands $700, 2 black cast
iron end tables w/glass top $100; 2 black
cast Iron shelves w13 glass shelves, $100.
wood top cast iron livingroom tables- cot-
lee, 2 end tables, couch table $100. Call
246-8959.
SLEEPER SOFA. $300. Excellent condi-
tion. 1850)339-7156.
PORTSIDE 2BR/1.5BA remodeled, lami-
nale floors, all appliances, custom deck
and shed Call 762-1776
18.6 CU It ff refrigerator, excellent condi-
tion $150, whirlpool washer $125, Maytag
dryer $135, both for $225, 30" electric
stove $75. Can deliver 945-0226.
FREE PLANTS in pots. Limit 5. good for
landscaping. Call for type of plants, 249-
2686
CHILDS/TEEN maple desk, hutch, chair,
Frinolr Fmnirture $50 993-2134.


1996 HONDA Accord LX, 140,000 miles,
silver/grey leaner, very clean, automatic,
sunroof, new tires, p/w, p/s, till. $4,900.
280-1513, 866-3346.
95 FORD Escort wagon, 5 speed, 141K
miles, new tires, cold A/C, perfect paint
and body, runs great. $1,400. firm. 514-
0802.
1978 PORSCHE 911SC Targa, all re-
cords. Runs great, needs paint. $7500.
1987 Mercedes 560SL, 86,000mi. Both
tops, excellent condition. $16,500
1985 Mercedes 380 SL, 141,000ml Bolh
lops, excellent condition. $12,500.
(904)826-3327.
1999 CHEVY 2500. excellent condition.
$5500, 237-5236.
1992 CHEVY Lumina, good cond., 143k,
$1450. 273-5380.
POLICE IMPOUNDSI Cars from $5001 For
listings, 800-749-8116 ext 3629.
2003 VOLVO V70 Wagon- blue metallic,
loaded, tan leather. Great condition,
$15,900. Call 710-8121.
1995 TOYOTA CAMARY LE
Excellent condition, low miles, power
windows/ locks, cruise. $4900. OBO
877-9030.


........ ............ ...-..... 1991 HONDA Accord LX wagon- 4 door,
SHELVING FROM retail store, 6x4 each automatic, 85,000 miles, rides well,
section, 60 sections, currently in storage, $1850. 246-6689. 465-4855.
$30 each. Call Tim 813-5833. .. ..... --


ALL STEEL Building Slael "Final Clear-
ance 20x28 Now $4200. 25x32 $5800.
30x42 $9200. 40x62 $14,900 Limited,
first come first served. Front end optional.
Pioneer (800)668-5422. Quick delivery.
LAWN TRAILER 66"X16, custom toolbox
6'6"x2x2, $1100, 223-5891.


HEART PINE, tongue & groove flooring
cut from antique Pine timbers. installation,
stair. material.' FLORIDA HEARTWOOD
249-8310.


LAND AUCTION 200 Props Must be Soldi
Low Down / EZ Financing Free Catalog
(800)937-1603
WWW.LANDAUCTION.COM N.R.L.L.
East, LLC Auction Business License.
AB2509 Mark Buleziuk Auctioneer Li-
cense: AU3448 Jeffrey Johnston Auction-
eer License: AU3449 Stacey Mauck Auc-
tioneer License AU3447.


2 UU002 CAMAROU convertible Z28,
12,600 miles, exc. condition. $22,500. Call
,249-8282 or 742-1823 ask E.T.
1991 DODGE Dynasty. Blue Book $2,100.
Must Sell $1,400. OBO. Excellent shape.
716-2586.


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'fi rsday, June 29 3-7pm
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1350 13th Avenue South Jacksonville Beach

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transponation & references. $9-Sl /hr.
any area. CPR 8 First Aid. F/T & P/T
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SIT WITH your loved onel Some cleaning,
cooking, errand running. Call 'Denise
662-6211..


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LOOKING TO buy a wooden swingsel/
Ion for our bacKyard. Please call 220-9057
II interested in selling yours


ROBERTS HAMMOCK Community Yard
Sale. Saturday, July 1st, over Kings Rd
Bridge, follow signs to Lois Lane.
SATURDAY JULY 1st, 7am-2pm, no early
birds. 3180 St. Johns Blvd.
MOVING SALE, Saturday, 502 13th Ave
N 8am-? Leather sofa set, etc.


SUNDAY, 100 Hall Place (comer of Lem-
on & Midway). Original Artwork. fulon,
home decor, women jewelry & clothes.


BUILDERS SPECIAL high end only
Items rescued from a renovation ;n San
Marico New Pella windows and French
doors. Antique light fixtures, fans, oak
mantle. Deep Discounls! Fn., Sat. 9-12 .
578 Beach Ave.. or call lor private view-
ing. 716-7605.
FURNITURE. HARLEY Davidson Hel-
mels, Dryer, klicnen goods and fishing
gear. Saturday 7am-12pm, 583 Selva
Lakes Circle.


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MOVING SALE- 1399 Main St. comer
West 14th. 8am Thursday & Friday Misc
-household, Wicker table, porch chairs,
new 5500 watt Troybill generator, new
Frigidaire, 10,000 blu air conditioner etc.


MULTI-FAMILY SALE. Friday 9am-2pm.
110 Overlook Dr. Lester Piano, a bit ol ev-
erything.


CARPENTER RETIRING- All- tools must
go plus PVC patio fum., grill & lawn tools.
12768 Avalon Cove Dr. N., Sat 8-1pm.
MOVING SALEI San Pablo Creek, 13480
Las Bresas Way North. Saturday, 8am-
noon. Furniture, children's clothing and
toys. etc.


1530 MAYFAIR oft All Blvd. extra full jew-
elry, neat memorabilia (Fla, airline, oddi-
lies). Anlq lurn: wonderful desk, multi
drawer lile. sideboard. hiboy, more!
Books, huge sets Limoges. Spode. etc
Satin, Fenton..cui, carnival, depr., Stangle
birds, doll. tons misc. Art, ncl Lee Adams.
more. Many unusual Oriental rugs. Rat-
tan Garage full. Acustat 800 speakers.
Ouili. coverlet, etc Saturn SL1 clean, ?
old boals. Thurs 9-4, Fri 9-3. CHINA CAT
241-0344 chinacatantiques.com.


SELL YOUR BOAT WITH US.
Consignment City Marine. 779-5673. We
sell 1 boat every 1-1/2 days! Check us out
al www.used-boats.net
40' BOAT SLIP for sale,, exclusive Har-:
bortown Marina. $199K. 463-2845.
1987 30FT Sea Ray Sedan Bridge. Sec-
ond owner. RebuilI 205 twin in 2004 BMZ:
diesel gen., AC, sleeps 5, new windless.
Good condition. $27,000. 1904) 571-5757.
SAILBOAT 8' Howmar Hauler. 3 person.
$475. 223-5891
BOAT STORAGE in PV Visit
www.MarinaClubPV.com
HARBORTOWN MARINA, deep waler
boat slip for rent, 40h1. $600, 50n. $700,
INCLUDES POTABLE WATER, ELEC-
TRIC, DOCK LOCKER. Cable and phone
service available @ slip. Mobile fuel serv-
ice & pump out also available. 463 2845.
SEA KING 12h. aluminum boat.
$200/OBO Call Steve 246-2517.
SEA KING 12h. V-hull aluminum boai.
s200/OBO. Call Sieve 246-2517.


2004'2-STROKE Sunl As Is $500. Call
525-2202
1963 VESPA 125cc. runs great, 2-seats.
2-stroke. $1900 /OBO. Call 463-4248.
2002 HONDA SHADOW Ace. incl. acces-
sories. 48 ong. miles, garage kept Illness
forces sale $5500. 247-1417.


2000 SPORTSMEN 32 fh. travel trailer
w/shlde set-up in Jax Beach $9.300. OBO.
(904) 662-4025.
5TH WHEEL & truck for sale. Truck 2002
Dodge 2500, long bed, 38K miles, RV
29tl. 94 Chateau by Thor, both in excellent
condition. Asking $25,000 for both. Call
868-4765


1989 CHEVY SUBURBAN, runs great
Red, AT, PS. PB, PW. $2000. 249-0131
after 6pm
2001 FORD Explorer XLT. Immaculate
condition, low miles. leather intenor,
PW/PL, cruise. CD. $7400 OBO.
887-9030.
2002 TOYOTA Sienna Mini Van XLE
beige. fully loaded. 56,000 miles. One
owner. $17,000. 249-3513 or 403-9072.
MAZDA STANDARD trans, regular cab &
bed. great shape, 90k/rriles $3200 OBO.
247-4527.

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