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The Beaches leader
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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: July 12, 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: Calendar
        page A 6
    Section A: Main: Obituaries
        page A 7
    Section A: Main: Business
        page A 8
    Section A: Main: Beach Living
        page A 9
        page A 10
        page A 11
    Section A: Main: Beach Living: Education
        page A 12
    Section B: Sports
        page B 1
        page B 2
        page B 3
        page B 4
    Section B: Sports: Classifieds
        page B 5
        page B 6
        page B 7
        page B 8
Full Text

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JULY 12, 2006

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Home premiums

will double here,

Sen. King predicts

Property insurance rates will like-
ly be drastically increased this year
for Floridians, including those here
at the Beaches, according to Sen.
Jim King (R), who Monday spoke to
the Beaches Business Association
about that and other issues facing
the state.
And those property owners who
will'face the increases are the lucky
ones, as the District 8 representa-
tive says, noting that many other
Floridians aren't even able to get
policies for their homes.
"Come October, your property
insurance will more than double in
premium," King told members of
the Beaches Business Association at
their monthly meeting at the
Jacksonville Beach Golf Courses
19th Hole.
"We have a real genuine problem
and it's going to get worse."
King, fresh off a legislative ses-

sion, was in 5.
the area cam- .
paigning for
his reelection
bid this year
against fellow
Randall Terry.
King credits
the anticipat-
ed hike in
insurance Prnoo ny STAFF
rates as the Sen. Jim King
result of speaks to the BBA.
recent hurri- e
canes in the
"Hurricanes have just devastated
the market place," he said.
"If you were an insurance compa-
ny, would you like to cover any-
thing in Florida'. after five hurri-
Some insurance companies in the
state have announced that they will

Fletcher High
School will host
its annual walk-
through for reg-
istered students
and has'set up a
schedule for
students to fol-
According to
Bill Monk of the
school's Instructional Support
Team, students will be given ID
cards, lockers, schedules and other
information relating to the 2006-
2007 school year at the walk-
"This is the fastest and most effi-
cient way to start school on day
one." Monk said.
Students may not come early, he
said, as materials for walk-through
will not be ready until the
appointed times. Students who
cannot be present may not send a
friend to do the walk-through for
Only parents with appropriate
photo ID may substitute for the
student, Monk said, adding that
no deviations frorU this schedule

are possible.
Students who are new to the dis-
trict or to the school should first
register with the Guidance
Department at .least three days
prior to walk-through, with the
exception of those students who
normally would come to Fletcher
from Mayport Middle School or
Fletcher Middle School.
The schedule is as follows: *
Tuesday, July 25
8:00 Seniors A through L
9:30 Seniors NI through Z
12 -Juniors A though L
1:20 Juniors M through Z
,' *-'
Wednesday, July 26
8 Sophomores A through L
9:30 Sophomores NM through Z
1 Freshmen A through F
2:30 Freshmen G through I
Thursday, July 27
8 Freshmen J through L
9:30 Freshmen NI through 0
12:30 Freshmen P through S
2 Freshmen T through Z
Walk-through will be closed
each day for one hour to provide
lunch time for our volunteers.

Fireworks burn hole in pier

Still open

to fishermen

but end,

over the


water, is still

off-limits for

a couple

more weeks

Blockades, above, keep anglers off the pier's eastern end. Below, the hole is clear.

Police in Jacksonville Beach police confiscated hun-
dreds of personal fireworks on the 4th of July but the
biggest holiday misfire occurred at the pier when part of
the city's professional display burned a hole through the
The fishing pier at 5th Avenue North is open for busi-
ness but the t-shaped deck at the end of the 1,300-foot
structure will remain closed until contractors can replace
the boards damaged in the blast.
Van Hogan of Ed Waters & Sons estimated that the pier
would be fully operational next week after the contract-
ing firm replaces one section of decking.
"We've got the material ordered but we don't have it
in hand yet," Hogan said of the three-by-six boards
required to patch two large holes at either end of the' pier
and one small one in the middle.
"The lumber size is
not a typical stock .s
item. It's a little
thicker than a regu- .-.' "
lar two-by-f6ur. W e ,.: ''4' ...... ,.. ..
are getting it round- -
ed up and treated
and we hope to get
out there next s
The pier's wooden
deck branches into a
48-foot by 31-foot T-
platform at the end
using steel rein-
forced concrete pil-
ings, pile caps and
It's designed to
break away in heavy
storm conditions,
making the pier
more resistant to
strong winds and
waves. Pht by UZAMITCHELL.
Hogan, who super- Zachary Rosin-Borrousch, 3, of
vised the construc- North Carolina tries his hand at
tion of the pier, said fishing Monday afternoon at the
it is easier to replace Jacksonville Beach pier. The fish-
planks lost to a ing pier is open for business but
storm. The blast the t-shaped deck at the end will
punched a hole com- remain closed to replace a section
pletely through the damaged during the city's July 4
deck and requires fireworks display.
replacing the entire fireworks display.

north bay rather than j'st a feW'ifo~rds.
Pyro Shows of LaFollette, Tenn. was awarded a $10,000
contract to provide a 15-minute fireworks display from
the end of the pier to get more bang for the buck using
larger shells up to 6-inches in diameter for increased vis-
This is not the first 4th of July fizzle for Pyro Shows
who has provided fireworks for the city's Independence
Day festivities for several years.
The pyrotechnics firm had problems in 2003 when the
equipment did not get set up in time to produce the full
$10,000 display. City officials paid only half of the cost
to compensate for half of a show.
Jacksonville Beach Fire Marshall Ryan McAvoy specu-
lated that the damage was caused when one of the shells
exploded before it was fully out of the mortar tube, blast-
ing two large holes approximately four feet wide.
"That sometimes happens," said McAvoy, who was at
the scene during the launch. "We did not see anything
No one was injured during the blast, he said. Pyro
Shows will pay for the repairs which are estimated to
cost $7,000.
Tom Trechel, who works at the pier, said Tuesday that
anglers have been unable to utilize the t-shaped deck
since the pier closed July 2 to begin setting up for the
annual fireworks display.
"We have a lot of king fishermen that usually use the
deck so it's definitely affecting business," he said.
Hogan assured anglers that the firm is doing every-
thing they can to complete the work so deep water fish-
ing can resume.
"We're working on it," he said. ."That last 3Q feet
makes all the difference."

Former JB city manager turns 104

Former Jacksonville Beach City Manager Clare Swanson recently turned
104 and stays active.

When Clare Swanson resigned from
her job with the city of Jacksonville
Beach for health reasons in June 1951,
the City Council expressed "sincere
hope that the relief from her duties as
city manager will enable her to have a
long, continued happy, peaceful and
comfortable life."
On Sunday, 55 years after the coun-
cil OK'd that resolution, Mrs.
Swanson marked her. 104th birthday
with a gathering of family and friends
at her longtime home in the Palm
Valley area.
She said at her home Tuesday that
she feels her age. She spoke as she
took a break from working a jigsaw
puzzle and watching TV.
But, she said, she refuses to be
"entirely incapacitated."
"I want to have fun and tell off-
color stories," she said.

Mrs. Swanson likely accumulated
many real-life stories from her years
growing up in Chicago, her early mar-
ried life in Columbia, S.C., and her
decades in the Jacksonville area,
where she and her husband moved
after the birth of their first child.
When she was about 20 and still
single, she said, she worked as a pur-
chasing agent for the Jewel Tea
Company, a Chicago direct-sales and
catalog company that sold household
products from 1901 until 1981.
The life of a wife and mother, how-
ever, was not quite to her liking.
"I was bored with staying at home"
and playing bridge, Mrs. Swanson
said with a sparkle in her eyes behind
rose-tinted glasses.
She said she applied for an office job
with the city' of Jacksonville Beach
after an assistant in the clerk's office
got sick.
Jacksonville Beach, incorporated in

1907 as Pablo Beach, had OK'd a city
manager form of government in 1938,
and Mrs. Swanson became secretary to
the first city manager, J.Q. Palmer,
according to minutes of Jacksonville
Beach City Council meetings.
Although the first city manager was
on the job more than eight years,
those that followed had relatively
short stays in the job, with at least one
getting caught up in a time of "chaos"
and "political upheaval," according to
newspaper accounts of the time.
And through it all, Mrs. Swanson
was there to fill in as city manager in
the bustling, growing municipality on
the Atlantic Ocean.
The council appointed her acting
city manager when Palmer became ill
in May 1946.

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Calendar.............A-6 Opinion.................. A-4
Classified ................B-5 Police Beat ..............A-5
Education............A-1l Sports...................B-I
Obituaries ............A-7 Weather.................A-2
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Fletcher High sets

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July 12,2006

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104 years old: Tu.rbuent ti:e recalled

Cont. from A-1 passed a resolution commend-
It was the same month ing Mrs. Swanson, "the friend-
council member J.T. ly, loyal and efficient secretary
McCormick tendered a resig- in the city manager's office for
nation letter to quell "consid- many years," for her frequent
erable concern" about his fam- calls to duty as city manager.
ily's business, B.B. McCormick The council's resolution
& Sons, doing business with notes Mrs. Swanson's "out-
the city, and the same month standing services" and
the council set water rates at "impressive, efficient and
$15 per year, per home. graceful manner in which she
Mrs. Swanson served as city conducted the affairs of that
manager for about two important office."
months, until July 15, after Apparently, Mrs. Swanson
which Edward Beardslee took returned to her job as secretary
the lob at an annual salary of to the city manager after each
""$3,60J0. ,plus $75" a .a thf fod stirft as &ting ciR mragp.
, ca. allowance... -:'. ... ..A-. But according' b an .account
When Beardslee resigned from the Sept. 1, 1950, Ocean
seven months after he started Beach Reporter, the precursor
council minutes indicate no to The Beaches Leader, Mrs.
reason for the resignation Swanson resigned from her
the council once again called secretary job a few weeks
on Mrs. Swanson to act as city before a resident-initiated
manager, this time with "the recall vote replaced four mem-
same salary as the city manag- bers on the Jacksonville Beach
er," the minutes say. City Council, the same time
She served as acting city Harkness resigned.
manager from March 1, 1947 In April, Harkness had
until July of that year, when received the disapproval of the
Walter Bartholomew was City Council for removing the
appointed city manager, then Chief of Police. Harkness
again from Feb. 20, 1950, refused to reinstate the chief
when City Manager H.J. and offered his resignation.
MacCotter resigned, until About the same time, peti-
March 6, 1950, with Wilbur E. tions were circulating through-
Harkness reported to duty in out the city seeking the recall
the job. of some city council members
That month, the council because they had been "arro-

gant and autocratic," accord-
ing to the June 23, 1950 Ocean
Beach Reporter.
Those running for the seats
that might be vacated by the
recall vote said they hoped to
"bring order out of chaos,"
"clean up the muddy political
waters," stop the "political
upheaval" and "put a stop to
political bickering," according
to the article.
On Aug. 29, 1950, the voters
agreed to oust four members of
the City Council. The mayor,
H.A. Rather. remained in
office, as did the, two other
council itembers.
The same day the four were
booted out, the city council
accepted Harkness's resigna-
tion and appointed Mrs.
Swanson as full-fledged city
She was Jacksonville Beach
city manager one of the first
female city managers in the
country, according to her
daughter, Jan from Sept. 1,
1950 to June 15, 1951, when
the council "with sincere
regret," accepted Mrs.
Swanson's resignation.
Although her official reason
was because of health, she
actually wanted to travel with
her husband, according to her
"We saved our money and

Pre-K enrollment program set

The Early Learning Coalition
of Duval will hold. an enroll-
ment event for the 2006-2007
Voluntary Pre-kindergarten
:Program at the downtown
library Saturday from from 10
a.m. to 4 p.m. The Coalition
will provide information to
parents of four-year-olds about
eligible VPK providers and'
determine child eligibility.
Each child enrolled in the pro-
gram will receive a free VPK t-
"We had an extremely suc-
cessful first year of VPK. Over
6,000 children in Dival
County received funding for
their pre-k year. We hope.

more parents will take advan-
tage of this FREE, high quality
pre-kindergarten program.
Don't forget it's not too late to
sign-up," says Cathy Parker,,
the Voluntary Pre-kindergarten
Parents must bring proof of
child's age (birth certificate,
physician signed shot record,
valid military I.D., passport)
and proof of Florida residency.
The Early Learning Coalition
of Duval is a not-for-profit 501
(c) (3) organization formed by
the state to help parents,
teachers and child, care
providers better prepare 'chil-
dren for entry into kinder-
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the quality of early learning,
programs for children ages 0-5
with an emphasis on early lit-
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we were able to make trips ,"
Mis. Swanson said this week.
"We traveled all -over the
Mrs. Swanson said it was not
hard being a woman in what
many considered a man's job.
"I had a wonderful group of
councilmen to work with," she

Now, she said, she enjoys at
least one aspect of being a cer-
tain age. She said absolute can-
dor is possible as she can tell
people exactly what she
Staff writer Laura Fowler
contributed to this report.

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Parking space challenge by gym

owners puts off vote on Freebird

A decision whether, to, allow
Freebird Live to operate within
an Atlantic Beach entertain-
ment theater was deferred
Monday after, parking issues
.ere brought up by a soon-to-
be neighboring business.
And at least two on the City
Commission say they are
uncomfortable with a concert
venue and all that's associated
with it loud music,. rowdy
crowds and drunk patrons -
operating adjacent to residen-
Freebird Live owner Judy
Jenness was asked by the City
Commission at its meeting to
address some of the issues
before a decision is made on
whether to allow her to operate
.the business in the Atlantic
Theaters at 75-1 Atlantic
Boulevard. Had the, commis-
sion voted and denied her
request Monday, Jenness would
riot'have been able to reapply
for one year, per city code.' ,
Jenness, who currently oper-,
ates Freebird Live in
Jacksonville Beach, is interested
in moving the business to the
Atlantic Theaters site because it:
will allow for a larger stage and.
dressing rooms something
shesays the national music acts
which she books require. She
also said she would like to
increase the crowd capacity of
her business a "little bit" from
690 at the current location in
Jacksonville Beach's downtown
to an estimated 1,000 at the,
proposed Atlantic Beach site. '
But the owners of Bailey's
Powerhouse Gym are 'con-
structing a new, 18,000-square-
: foot gym on a parcel adjacent
to the theater in the 700 block
of Atlantic Boulevard. And
owners David Bailey and Darryl
Bailey said Monday that the
proposed Freebird project, per
city code, is short roughly 240-
parking spaces.
"I really think you're going
to create a parking problem,".
David Bailey told commission-
ers, adding that the shortage of
parking would hurt his and
other adjacent businesses by
taking away spaces.
But the city staff disagreed
that the proposed Freebird Live,
would lack parking. g.,
Rolice Chief -_, '.,id
Thompson' recently sent' his
officers to the parcel and adja-
cent areas to count the avail-
able parking spaces during dif-
S.ferent times of the day on
weekdays and weekends.
Thompson Monday said that
his staff figured that there are
roughly 335 parking spaces in
the area which includes the
adjacent North Beach shopping
Community Development
Sonya Doerr Monday told com-
missioners that' the city's code
does not have a parking,
requirement for concert venues
so she decided to use .the city's
requirement for restaurants -
one parking space for, every
four people. That means. the
proposed. Freebird Live would
need about 250 spaces which
is more than accommodated
for, given the city staff's count
of 335 spaces being available.
But Bailey's owners said
Monday that they, count the,
parcel has only about 10 park-
ing. spaces and that they feel
the patrons of ,the proposed

Hard-core acts

getting the ax

The owner of Freebird Live
has said she is no longer
booking hard core acts at the
concert venue in an effort to
not attract the rowdy crowds
typically associated with such
"We do stay away from any
hard core music ... we don't
do that anymore," Judy
Jenness, owner of Freebird
Live, told the Atlantic Beach,
City Commission Monday.
Jenness is seeking to move
her concert club into the
Atlantic Theaters in Atlantic,
Beach and needs a Use-by-"
Exception from the commis-
Fteebird Live, which is cur-
rently located in Jacksonville
Beach, in recent year has
hosted a wide variety of musi-
cal acts from country and
bluegrass to heavy metal. .
Also,. the 'club regularly
hosts nights featuring local'
punk and hard core metal
acts which typically draw a
Younger, wilder crowd.
However, Jenness said that,
hard core crowds have caused
the business problems and
that she does not want to
deal with it anymore. She did
not define what she meant by
hard core.

Freebird Live will take away
spaces from their future cus-
tomers., :,
"We're going to need every
bit of our parking," Darryl
Bailey said, adding that his
company has already invested
over $1 million in the facility.
He said that most of the
parking which the city is
.counting toward the proposed
Freebird project is in the adja-
cent North Beach shopping
center and should not be
Both the Bailey's Gym parcel
and the Atlantic Theaters par-
cel are owned by Chris
Hionides, according to city
'"This is a clear case of the
propert',..bing,, oversold,[by.,
Hionides-",Darl.\ 1 Bailey sald.i
City officials say, however;'
that they stand by their rec-
ommendation that the pro-

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posed' Freebird project will
have adequate parking.
"The way that they count is
just different from the way we
count. We looked at the entire
shopping center. It's all how
you do the math," Thompson
said Tuesday in a' telephone
interview, adding that Bailey's'
is only, counting the parking.
spaces directly in front of the
SBut' some city commission-
ers said the parking issue and
that nature of the proposed
Freebird Live's use is enough
for them to deny the project.
"I have da problem with
this," said .Mayor Don
Wolfson, who along with
Commissioner Jamie Fletcher
said he would vote against the
Freebird project.
Wolfson said he is'pleased
that the Baileys have chosen to
operate one of their gyms in"
the, city. And AVolfson said he
does not feel right approving a
project that could negatively
effect the gym project in
which the Baileys have already
'invested over $1 millimoi.'
Also, Wolfson and Fletcher
said they don't think that a,
conceit venue belongs next to,
a residential neighborhood.
The proposed site backs up to
several residential dwellings.'
And Wolfson said he fears the
things normally associated
with a live music venue such
as noise and raucous behavior
would not be appropriate for
that area.
The city's Community
Development Board recently
recommended the project by
approved by the commission.
Jenness said she and her
staff will do everything possi-
ble to soundproof the business
.and provide proper security so
not to adversely effect adja-
cent residences or businesses.
"We will do everything we
need to do ...," Jenness told
commissioners,' adding that
the business is no longer book-
'ing "hard core" musical acts,
which traditionally bring a
wilder crowd.
Freebird Live at its current
location has played host to
acts in recent years such as
Willie Nelson, the Neville
Brothers, the Charlie Danriels'
Band, hard rock guitarists, jazz
acts, bluegrass acts and numer-
ou's'rock and'hard rock tribute
bands. .1"


The site of a proposed Wal-Mart is at Atlantic Boulevard and
was once the site of a Food Lion and Scotty's.

Anti Wal-Mart talk sparks

threat of $50m damages suit

A law firm representing the
owner of a commercial parcel
where a Wal-Mart is proposed is
threatening to seek damages for.
as much as $50 million if
Neptune Beach city officials
continue what the firm says is a
"anti-Wal-Mart campaign" to
thwart the project.
The landowner, Lakeshore
Village, stands to lose "greater
than $50 million" if the project
is denied by the city, according
.to, the Lake City law firm
Brannon, Brown, Haley &
Bullock in a July 7 letter to
Neptune Beach City Attorney
Chris White. -
The firm in the letter refers to
recent actions by the city.
regarding the proposed \Val-
Alart as "railroading" the
owner's "development rights ...
in the name of a 'anti-Wal-Nlart'
'smear, campaign ... which

"results in actionable antitrust,
tortuous interference and
.inverse condemnation claims."
"Under Florida Law, such
conduct is tantamount to an
inverse condemnation claim of
which our client, Lakeshore,
would expect to be compensat-,
ed' from the city of Neptune
Beach. It is simply intolerable
for the city' of Neptune Beach to
engage in this 'anti-\Val-Mart
campaign' knowing it is causing
economic damages to the
landowner," said Stephen C.
Bullock, an attorney.
The attorneys for Lakeshore
Village in the letter accuse city-
officials of delaying their
approval of the Wal-Mart proj-
ect in "an obvious attempt to
place Wal-Mart's application
behind the date" of the enact-
ment of the 60,000 square foot
ordinance adopted Monday.

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"If you already have insur-
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He said some Floridians have
Been forced out of their homes
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"We have now got people
walking away from their homes
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explaining that mortgage com-
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effect in reducing the overall
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Also at the meeting, King
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lem of affordable housing in the
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No surprise that fireworks
on wood pier are damaging

To the editor: decking???
Whose great idea was it to Also, may I mention that
J have FIREworks on a wooden the reason 1 was told the pier
pier? I was asked by the city was to be built an additional
to have fireworks on my pier 300 ft. was to give the fisher-
in years past- each time I said men more opportunity to
"are you kidding?" Not only catch kingfish, cobia and sail-
was July 4th my best business fish, although you now
day for 21- yeats, I provided restrict these fishermen's,
hundreds, a wonderful .place efforts.
to watch the fireworks. Has Am I wrong, Roger?
,the building inspector
checkedd what damage the. Rhonda Bone Robinson,
fireworks display did to the Past, Owner
structure, other than burnt Bone's Jacksonville,

"It takes an island.. .

To the editor: Facts 'and Studies for New
When you think of Amelia Yorkers' at: http://www.bren-
TIsland, orf. Jekyll Island or nancenter.org/programs/dow
Long Island, you think of a nloads/aboutwalmart.pdf
separate entity, a place apart, While I believe that 'the'
with a common set of advan- market' is an extremely effi-
tages, issues and concerns. Of cient mechanism, I also
course in each case there are believe that corporations at a
several separate political sub- certain size' can overwhelm
divisions on that island. In political entities. The political
S contrast, at 'the Beaches' .we entity could be a country, say
Small live on one barrier island the United States where
but it has no name. This'No Walmart is pressing to
Name' island stretches 37 become a bank, or a small
miles from St. Augustine to town like Neptune Beach.
SMayport. Each of the six Walmart is $315 billion in
beach towns on the barrier sales with over $11 billion in
island is a strongly identifi- profits after tax. They have so
able individual community. much capital and so, many
But we are one barrier resources that they can wear a
island and when one of our community or country down.
beach communities is threat- However, 300 small towns
ened, the way of life across have fought back and won
the island is in danger. Today, against Walmart.
we have Neptune Beach being Looking forward to if or
overpowered by Walmart; when Walmart decides to
yesterday we had Jacksonville leave Neptune Beach, we .
Beach under siege with high would all be left with a
rise development. Everyone 117,000-square-foot eyesore.
on the island mourned the Walmart has done this in a
loss of the First Street Grill to number of cities and towns
high rise condos. across the country already,
I have been surprised that and many of the small towns
the general attitude on the are now ghost towns.
island regarding Walmart, in With Walmart's efforts so
-t-es--outsride of- --far-to build-their-'big box' in
NcwlURA r h;asbeen that...,, Neptune Beach,.,"It Takes--an,,--.-
.s ^^^a^acdi's prob--' _sland..;'46'stbptheni' '
lem. As an islander, you should
I submit to you that we will go to Neptune Beach hearings
all be affected by the traffic, on Walmart's permit request
the unsightly 'big box', the and be heard. You should
small local businesses suffer- write to the President and
ing and some going out of CEO:
j business, the increase in Mr. H. Lee Scott Jr.,
social support required at all President and CEO
levels and the increase in Wal-Mart Stores Inc.
poverty. Yes! See the NYU 702 SW 8th Street
Brennan Law Center for Bentonville, AR 72716
Justice Report entitled
'What we know about Neil McGuinness
. ;-Walmart ? An overview of' Atlantic Beach

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Commissioners take care of friends

To the editor:
* Some of the most basic and
valid arguments for stopping
the whole" process of the
ridiculous changes in Atlantic
Beach building code have
been reiterated numerous
times to the Commission.
They are as follows:
1) Besides the 3 or 4 com-
mission members, where are
the people who want this vs.
the 1000+ people who don't?
Simply compare the numbers
and act accordingly and
responsibly. Which leads to
next point.
2) That the Commission is
here to serve the MAJORITY of
the citizens, not just a vocal
few (literally a few), or the
desires of Commission mem-
bers themselves.
3) Everyone knows that the
Winter Report's recommenda-
tions, with it's drastic and
-'wholesale' -changes,..would
ha'e absolutely, positively
been voted through 'as is' had
there not been opposition.
That itself is evidence that the
Commission is irresponsible
and not acting in the best
interest of the citizens as a
4) The $100,000 spent on
the Winter report would be a

small loss compared to the
individual and cumulative loss
in property values that would
be suffered by the citizens. I
for one would be willing to
sacrifice my $7.25 prorata
share as a taxpayer.
51 The City can't start
restricting people's property'
rights because of any failures
in the City to provide ade-
quate storm water drainage.
By CONTINUING to ignore
these valid points, it's clear.
that certain members of this
Commission .are DETER-
MINED to see through (what
can only be) their personal
Just that Commissioner
Simmons has a personal inter-
est in the outcome represents
a conflict of interest and
should eliminate her from vot-
ing on this issue.
The, Cpmmunity
Development Boaird: is' beer'
charged with tie' p'rbcess of'
determining what code
changes should be made.
However, the CDB meetings
are: a-joke with Commission
members *being allowed to
interject and assert their opin-
ion from the audience arid
influence board members,
decisions. In addition, a CDB,

member was quoted as saying
'let's just make a decision so
we can get out of here'.
In reality, this whole process
shouldn't even be taking place
until a SUBSTANTIAL number
of people come forth request-
ing such changes be made. I
have attended most of the
meetings where this issue has
been discussed, and have wit-
nessed only a very small num-
ber of people who appear to be
in favor of these code changes.
Interestingly, included in that
small number of people are at
least three of the newly elect-
ed Commission members, the
City Manager, and some citi-
zens who are known to be per-
sonal friends with some of the
Commission members.
I think not. Self serving
phrase for the day: "There's a
couple-of things that me and
nym'-ds' wod.h Ti 'td s'10 4;!'
change in AB,'b P'fi goriha get'"1
elected and have these things
taken care of and the bell with
everybody else"
S'Good ole boy politics'...still
alive and well in Atlantic
Jim Smith
Atlantic Beach

Learn a lesson from Israel an

fight for freedom as always

To the editor:
Americans should take a,
stem and clear message from
the recent actions of the Israeli
Government and its military.
Israel's recent hard stance and
failure to succumb to intema-
tional opinion, and the liberal
media, shows its will, tenacity,
and unwillingness to be intim-
idated by a bunch of barbaric
terrorists, whose only goal is
the destruction of the country
and it's citizen's. '
If this scenario does niot
sound familiar, then it's
because you have either been
living in denial, or listening to
the liberal media, and the likes
of Senator Kennedy, Kerry, and'
Clinton. Theie was a time in
our history, that those who
dared to do us harm, or threat-
en our way of life and liberties
knew that Americans, of all
ages, in every comer 'of this
great country would stand up
and fight. "
There was a time in this great
country, where our nation was'
united against any tyrant,
pirate, dictator, or loose mis-
guided souls, who would dare
to bring us harm. There was a
time in this greatcountry, that
attacking one of our war ships,
killing or daring to kill our
brave mep in uniforms, or
threatening our liberties as
Americans would bring .the
"Full strength and unity of our
Israel today is what America
once was. A cowardly terrorist
attack upon a "rifle quad" size
patrol, which brought the kid-
napping of one of their brave
young men in uniform by
Hamas, has been met with full
military force, invasion into
the Gaza Area, the bombing of

electric & water supplies to the
area, and the arrest of dozens of
political terrorists, along with
an "all out assault" on its ene-
mies. The Israeli Air Force went
as far as "Sending a Message" to
the President of :Syria, and
"Buzzing" his summertime Villa
retreat with F-16 jets, sending a-
"Clear and present" 'message
that its enemies'can "Run, but
it cannot hide". .
Two of our bravest young
men in uniforms faced even a
more horrific fate, and all the
media and our liberal ILeaders
did nothing, but to concen-
trate and report on "shady"
unsubstantiated, and sensa-
tionalism reports of Marines
"Killing innocent civilians" in a
remote, dangerous operation,
where not a single one of these
"Monday morning
Quarterbacks" were within 100
miles of the incident that also
took the lives of two brave
Israel's historical parallel to-
America's' past glory is very
simple; They are a nation sur-
rounded by envious tyrahnical
enemies, whose only goal is to
destroy its existence. Just as we
dealt with pirates in Tripoli,
and anyone who would dare
attack our flag in the high seas,
Israel today deals bluntly and'
unmercifully with those bent
on doing the same to its citi-
zens. While the UN and the
USA continues to play cat and
mouse with Iran and its
nuclear ambitions, make no,
mistake about it, that it will be
ultimately Israel that will
launch an attack and destroy
the threat that is meant for
Americans must regain this
will and realize that our way of

life, our existence, and our free-
dom are dangerously threaten
by an enemy more dangerous
than any other we have ever
faced in our history.
To them, "death is life", and
they are stuck in centuries past,
where evil, fear, and barbaric
acts such as "beheadings" are
seen as paying for one's sin.
There is no negotiating with'
such terrorist mentality, there
is no "political correctness" ,
there is no retreat, there is no
fence, or wall big enough to
keep them away, there is no
democracy among these
Barbaric. .
There is only "VIOLENCE",
and for us as Americans, just
look to the Israelis, for the hard'
core, "in your face" truth
Destroy your enemy, or be
destroyed by them. Make the
sacrifices' that we, as
Americans, and all generations
before us have made, and fight
for our Freedom, just as we
have always done, because this
enemy is riot going to go away,
and start to phantom the:
"facts" that in total war for sur-
vival, which we are in, there
will be "collateral damage", the
death of those who do not
deserve to die. But you do not,
see Israel arresting its own sol-
diers to please the liberal
media, every time an innocent
civilian, becomes a casualty.
You see Israel continued to be
focused on destroying its
enemy and safeguarding its
Freedom and existence as a
nation. Let us not forget what
got us here as a nation, and
what we need to do to stay as
Bert Hernandez
Former U.S Marine
Ponte Vedra Beach

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You have

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care of


If Katie Couric can have a
colonoscopy on national
TV, then I can talk about
my varicose veins. Now that
all the men have stopped
reading, I can speak frankly.'
Women (and men) who have
spent hours on their feet daily
and/or women who have been
pregnant know what they are,
so I won't sport with anyone's
intelligence by giving the
medical definition.
For years I carried the banner
of martyrdom and called them
my "badge of honor" for hav-
ing had children. Then I real-
ized that I was saying these big
purple painful ugly, bulging
things on my legs were because
of the existence of my chil-
dren, and this did not seem
like a compliment to my off-
spring. In fact it sounded a lit-
tle resentful.
Instead, I decided to get rid
of them, (the veins, not my
children) which I thought
would be a private secret mat-
ter.. I clipped an ad out of the
paper and hung it on the side
of my fridge in what I thought
was an inconspicuous place-.
When, two years later,' I
finally called and made an
piinihtrment, 'm, oldest sbn
bvethai-d, and ''shid"'"f s
wondering when you were
gonna finally do something.
That thing been on our refrig-
erator for--ever." I can just
imagine he and his buddies
crowded around it, pointifig
and laughing at what to thein
was the equivalent of "Veins'R
Us'". "
As in -everything out of ,iy,
realm of expertise, I thought it
was going to be a quick afid
easy deal. For some women
thiisis the case, but I waited so
long, it has been a multistep
sequence of events. Each has
been an improvement and
After my first procedure, my
13-year-old son was concerned
with the bandages and after-
noon of blessed bed rest. The
conversation went something
like this:
"You OK, Mom?"
"Yeah, I'm fine."
"Do they have to do any-
thing else?"
"Well, I have to go back a
couple more times."
"Yeah, I thought so, because
you've still got some big purple
things on the back of your
leg." '
The;only thing that kept me
from snatching every hair off
of his head was his look of gen-
uine interest and concern. I
guess he figured that if I hung
an ad about my veins on the
fridge for God and everybody
to see, that it was cool for him-
to let me know how he
thought the whole thing was
I think that it is safe to say
that mothers often put them-
selves dead last on the priority
list of their household. The
logistics, planning and partici-
pation required for three chil-
dren and a dog makes the pur-
suit of my personal issues seem
almost selfish. Besides, Id
rather spend any free time
doing something with more
instant gratification than sit-
ting in a surgeon's waitirfe
room. Like tennis. Or eating.,.
As with all personal
improvements, I'm sorry I did-
n't take care of this earlier. -I
physically feel much better,
imagine that my legs look bet-
ter, and know that I have great-
ly diminished the chance for
medical problems later. Maybe
we emotionally carry more on
our shoulders than we really
have to by not paying atten-
tion to our personal needs
sooner. Just a thought.

Dr. von Thron is a pediatrician

who lives in Neptune Beach with

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A 2002 Plymouth Voyage van
was found abandoned on July 5
in the 700 block of Palm Valley
Road with the key in the igni-
tion and windows smashed,
according to a police report. A
SJSO deputy tagged the vehicle'
which was towed from the
scene on July 7. SJSO deputies
found no reports of the vehicle
having been stolen and there
was insufficient information to
locate the owner.
** .
St. Johns County Sheriff's
Office deputies w ere informed
that a vehicle in a parking lot in
the 100 block of Ponte Vedra
Blvd.. had been damaged on
July 7. According to the police.
report, 4. handblower being
used by a roofing company
rolled off the roof of a nearby
building onto the vehicle.
The owner of the vehicle was
notified and the roofing com-
pany made arrangements to
have'the vehicle repaired.
:," '.'*? e '
A burglary to -an unsecured
Jeep parked in the 2300 block of
L'Atrium Circle was reported by
the owner on July 8. The bur-
glary occurred between 9 p.m.
on July 7 and 9 a.m. on July 8.,
A 'radio valued at $500 was
reported missing and the dam-
age to the vehicle was estimated
at $600.

Burglaries to three vehicles in
the parking lot at NMicklers
Beach were reported on" July 9.
A front driver's side or passen-
ger side window was damaged
in each of the burglaries which
occurred between 3 p.m. and 4
p.m. A bag valued at $85, cred-
it, cards, and $100 in currency
were reported missing from the
first vehicle. A purse of
unknown value, $50 in curren-
cy,, and a checkbook were
reported missing from a second
vehicle. A purse valued at $80, a
watch valued at $125, a bracelet
valued at $40, a wallet valued at
$40, a debit card, and ID cards
from the Jacksonville Sheriff's
Office were reported missing
from the third vehicle.

St. Johns County Fire and
Rescue and Marine Rescue
responded to an apparent shark
bite in the area of the beach at
the Ponte Vedra Inn and Club
.X? Jy. ,,according W ii,
Robshaw, Public In ormnfl
Officer with St. Johns County
Fire and Rescue.
At approximately 1 p.m., a
child who had been wading in
knee deep water was treated by
Inn and Club lifeguards and by
St. Johns County rescue person-
nel, for a bite on his ankle con-'
sistent with a shark bite, accord-
ing to Robshaw.
Witnesses also in the water at
the time reported seeing what
looked like a shark in the.area.
The child was transported to
Baptist Beaches Medical Center
for evaluation.

A burglary to a residence was
reported June 17 in the 900
block of Plaza.
A simple assault'was reported
luly I in the 80 block of West
2nd Street. .
S .* .
A checking account fraud was
reported July 6 in the 2300
block of Oceanwalk Drive West.
.' .
The ABC Liquors at 295 Royal
Palms Drive was reported bur-
glarized July 7. The suspects
stole "several bottles of liquor"
valued at an estimated $210.
?o .' ^ O "
James White, 56, 'of
Jacksonville was arrested and
charged with driving with a sus-.
pended license as a habitual
traffic offender July 8 in the 800
block of'Mayport Road, accord-
ing to a police report.
,., *'

An aggravated assault was
reported July 9 in the 100 block
of Sailfish Drive.
A vehicle was reported stolen
July 10 in the 200 block of
Cherry Street.
Michael Wendall Otis, 22, of
Jacksonville Beach was arrested
and charged with possession of
over 20 grams of cannabis and
possession of a controlled sub-
stance July 9 in the 1100 block
of Atlantic Boulevard, accord-
ing to a police report.

Richard Henry Smith, 31, of.
Neptune Beach was arrested on
a warrant and charged with two
counts of writing worthless
checks July 7 in the 1800 block
of AlA, according to a police
: '' O O '
Various electronic equipment
valued at '$9,100 was reported
burglarized from a residence
July 30 in the 800 block of 2nd;

Tameka Vanshel Watts, 22, of
Jacksonville was arrested and
charged with grand theft July 6
in the 1700 block of The Greens
Way in Jacksonville Beach,
according to a police report.

Police are investigating .a

report of an assault and car jack-
ing reported July 8 in the 400
block of Davis Street. The vic-
tim is a 35-year-old Jacksonville
woman who says she was
attacked by a female acquain-
tance and another man who
then stole her friend's vehicle,
according to a police report.
Attempted arson Was report-
ed July 3 at an apartment in the
400 block of 5th St. S. The vic-
tim told police that she heard
someone pound on her front
door about 11 p.m. She Iqoked
out her second floor window
and observed a person running
through the front yard. When
she went downstairs to investi-
gate, the woman told police
that she heard her neighbor's
door shut. The victim opened
the door and found a lit
sparkler on her doorstep and
called police. A large amount of
black soot was observed approx-
from, wheee h. firewvorks.-were
placed. Several burg marks were
also noted on the metal door.
Cost to repaint the door is $20.
A nail gun and a gas cartridge
with a total value of $380 were
reported stolen July 1 in the
1700 block of 5th St. S.
Anthony L. Debose, 46, of
Jacksonville was arrested July 1
and charged with an active war-
rant for aggravated battery with
a deadly weapon in the 400
block of 6th St. S., according to
a police report.
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Shooting into an occupied
vehicle was reported June 29 in
the 300 block of 6th St. S. Two'
'witnesses told police that they
observed a maroon vehicle
identified as either a Chevrolet
Malibu or Corsica stopped at
the stop sign at 4:30 p.m. at the
corner of 6th St. and 4th Ave. S.
A black Ford Taunts with dark
tinted windows pulled up
behind the vehicle and two to
three shots were fired. One of
'the witnesses told police she
took cover in her vehicle when
'she heard the gunshots and
could not tell which car they
were coming from.
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A white 2000 Chevrolet four-
door valued at $6,500 was
reported stolen June 30 in the
first block of 3rd St. N. No glass
was found on the ground where;
the car was parked. A single key
was left in the center console.

An Atlantic Beach police
officer was bitten in the face
by a dog while investigating a
suspicious vehicle June 24 in
the 100 block of Sherry Drive,
according to a police report.
The officer was treated 'for
minor lacerations to his face
at the scene by Jacksonville
Fire and Rescue workers, who'
instructed that he seek addi-
tional treatment at a hospital.
The incident happened
around 1:45. p.m. when.the
officer walked tip to a "suspi-
cious" parked van., The van's

A stolen 1991 Jeep Wrangler
was recovered July 5 after
Neptune Beach police conduct-
ed a traffic stop on the vehicle
which was running without
keys. Three unknown males
suspects occupied the vehicle.
The owner told police he had
parked the vehicle behind his
house and partied with neigh-
bors. His girlfriend noticed the
vehicle 'when she left at mid-.
night. The owner 'said he did
not know the vehicle was miss-'
ing until he was contacted by
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A. Jacksonville Beach man
was arrested Friday in connec-
tion with a pipe bomb found
by two men playing soccer last
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Block o P Beach.Proper South. .
Aaron M. Capannelli, 26,
was charged with manufactur-
ing a destructive device after
police investigated a report of a
man detonating similar devices
in' a barrel at his apartment
close to the area where the
bomb was found, police report-
The pipe bomb was made
from five-inch sections of gal-
vanized pipe with two end
caps, a short piece of cannon
'fuse and an explosive black
powdery substance, police said.
' Two men playing soccer on
the beach June 19 noticed a
shiny object poking out of the
sand and called police after one
of the men noticed it resem-
bled a pipe bomb.
The Jacksonville, Sheriff's
Office Bomb Squad deactivated
the bomb. No one was injured.
On July 5, Jacksonville Beach
police received an anonymous
tip that Capannelli built the
device and had also detonated
several smaller devices near his
apartment, according to police
Police, said they searched.
utility records to track him'
down and were able to recover
the tools and remaining mate-
rials used to make the device
after Capannelli consented to a
search of his apartment.
A portion of the cannon fuse
was also located in a nearby
dumpster and placed into the
property room as evidence,
according to a police report.

window was rolled down
halfway and when the officer
looked into the window and
said "hello" a dog jumped up
and bit his face several times
before the officer could react,'
according to the' report.
The owner of the van of the
dog soon appeared and said
'he had walked across the
street to get a drink, according
to police .
The owner was issued an
animal control citation and
signed a home quarantine for
the dog, a foxhound, 'accord-
ing to the police report. '

5 in the 800 block of 4th Ave. S.
A laptop computer, charger and
a carrying case valued at $1,350
were stolen from the victim's
closet. The victim told police
the residence was secured when
she left. There was no sign of
forced entry.

' A mountain bike valued at
$730 was reported stolen July 5
in the 1400 block of 1st Ave. S.
The bike was not secured.:

Aggravated battery was
reported July 4 in the 200block
of 10th St. S. after an 18-year-
old Jacksomnille Beach man was
shot twice in the chest with a
pellet gun. The victim told
police he was intoxicated when
he asked a friend to shoot him
with the gun but he did not
have,thoughts of hurting him-
self. A witness told police he
walked outside to relieve him-
self and when he came back
inside he observed other house
guests digging at the victim's
chest to remove the pellets. The
man was taken to the emer-
gency room for treatment and
later released to his parents,
police said.

Burglary to a vehicle was
reported July 5 in the 13th Ave.
S. end zone. An unknown sus-
pect smashed the front passen-
ger window and removed two
purses containing a total of
$320 cash and various bank
cards from the rear floorboard.

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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 13
Chamber luncheon: The Chamber
of Commerce will have a luncheon at
noon at Sawgrass Beach Club, 9795
Summer Place, Ponte Vedra Beach.
John pelaney, president of the
University of North Florida, 'is the
scheduled speaker. The cost is $15 with
reservations, or $20 at the door.' Call
249-3868 to R.S.V.P.

Cinderella's Evening O' ut:
."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 invit-
ed 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 correspondent
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 com-
plimentarv child care. Call Susan at,
904-714-9962 or Mary at 904-223--
1002 for reservations. '

Friday, July 14
Art Spa: Art Spa, a one-day camp for
adult members of' the Jacksonville
Museum of Modern 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 agraffijmoma.org for informa-
tion or to register.

Shrimp dinner: Ladies Auxiliary
Fleet Reserve Association Unit 290 will
hold a shrimp dinner from 5 to 8 p.m.
at 390 Mayport' Road, Atlantic Beach.
The cost is $7. Call 246-6855 for infor-
mation or to place a takeout order.

Museum party: The Beaches
Museum and History Center-will have-
a party from 7.to 11 p.m. at 380 Pablo
Ave., comer of Beach Boulevard and
4th St. N., Jacksonville Beach. The cost,
for members is $10 in advance and $15
at the door; for non-members, $15 in'
,advance and $20 at the door. The
event will benefit the Beaches. Area
Historical Society.: Call, 241-5657 'to
Saturday, July 15
Yard, sale: The Mayport USO on
Nlayport Road will have a community
yard sale from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The

cost is $5 to sell goods. 246-3481.
Bike tour: A "Bunting By Bicycle
Bike Tour" will be held at 11 a.m. at
Talbot Island State Park. The tour starts
at Little Talbot Island ranger station.
Bring a bike or rent one at the ranger
station. Call 904-251-2320 for infor-
SCBW: The Society of Children's
Book Writers & Illustrators meets from
1 to 3 p.m. at the Southeast Regional
Library, 10599 Deerwood Park Blvd.,
Jacksonville. Kindergarten teacher
Alison Watson is the speaker. E-mail
Janet Walter, at jgwalter@comcast.net
for information.
Book signing: Grahi 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 6f
her life from 2 to 3 p.m. AdmissiorIis
$2 for adults, $1 for children 10 to 17,
and free for under 10. 904-823-4500.

Free tickets: Free tickets to Buckler's
"Christmas in July Craft Show" today
and July 16. at the Prime Osbom
Convention Center, downtown
Jacksonville, are available for active
duty military personnel and their fam-
ilies at the USO on Mayport Road. Call
246-3481 for information.
Sunday, July 16
Jazz concert series: "Smooth
Sounds of Hot Summer Nights" will be
held from 5 to 9 p.m. today and Aug.
20 at the Sea Walk Pavilion. Jazz trum-
peter Greg Adams will perform. For
information, call 247-6100 and press


Art association: The Pablo Towers Arts
Association meets from 12:30 to 3 p.m.
Wednesday. Call 246-4158 for informa-
Ballroom dancing: Ballroom dancing is
offered Wednesdays at 7:30 p.m. at the
Senior Center, 19th Ave., lacksonville
Beach. The cost is $4. 241-3796.
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 hospital campus. Call
247-2910 for information.
Breakfast network: The Ponte Vedra
Chamber of Commerce meeb at 7:30 a.m-
the second Wednesday of the month at the
Sawgrass Grille & The Tavern for breakfast.
E-mail infoCpontevedrachamber.org for
Libertarians: The Libertarian Party of St.
Johns County meets the second
Wednesday of each month. Call Doug
Price at 904-273-7480 for information.
New Directions: New Directions, a sup-
port group for the divorced and separated,
meets at 6:45 p.m. the second and fourth
=EWedneseday ohei-month atf41-18AQrsotto.
gad:,_ftext todAhewhit churchj in gw-eo
vent at'St. Joseph' Catholic Church. Call
268-1591 for information.
Veterans meet: The Men's Auxiliary of
Veterans of Foreign Wars Greater Beaches
Post 3270, 915 8th Ave. S., Jacksonville
Beach, meets at 7 p.m. the second
Wednesday of the month. Members of
Post 3270 and the-Ladies Auxiliary meet at
9 a.m. the second Saturday of the month.
Call 249-7366 for information.
Grandparents raising grandchildren:
An educational/support group for grand-
parents raising grandchildren meets the
third Wednesday of the month from 11
a.m. to 12:15.p.m. at St. Andrew's Lutheran
Church, 1801 Beach Blvd. Call 280-7264
for information.
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-

Dixie Plaza.
Lions Club of PV: The Lions Club of
Ponte Vedra Beach ineets the second and
fourth Thursdays at noon at Aqua Grill in
Sawgrass Village. Call Sue Hollis at 616-
2681 for information.
Seniors By The Sea: Seniors By The Sea
meets the second Thursday of each month
in the Fellowship Hall at Beach United
Methodist Church, Third Street and
Seventh Avenue North, Jacksonville Beach,
at 11 a.m., followed by lunch for $4.50.
Call 241-7300 for information.
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, 578 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.,
Jacksonville Beach, hosts an open house
from 5:30 to 7 p.m. the third Thursday of
the month. The center will also have an
information booth at Organic Jungle,
13947 Beach Blvd., Jacksonville Beach, the
third Saturday of the month. Call 246-
3583 for information.
.Jac-w Wson'lle Singes Dance Cub: The
Jacksonville Singles Dance Club: The
Jacksonville Singles Dance Club meets
from 8 to 11 p.m. Friday at the Knights of
Columbus Hall, 1501 Hendricks Ave.
Admission is $8, or $7 for members. Call
779-1234 or e-mail jaxsinglesDC@aol.com
for information.
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
Jacksonville Beach from 9 to 11 a.m.
Friday. Call Moe at 247-6221 for informa-
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.
eyery second and fourth Friday. Call David
Hoak at 904-823-2783 for information.
Adopt-A-Rescued-Kitty: Kittens and
cats which have been veterinarian-checked
and tested, and have shots and have been

altered, are available for adoption
Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at PetCo
at Atlantic and Kernan boulevards.
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 sec-
ond 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 ebgl653@comcast.net for
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 rjrjax@attbi.comn for

Wilter's Association Beaches Palm Group
meets the fourth Saturday of each month
except December at the Ponte Vedra Beach
Library. Call VIc DiGenti at 904-285-2258
for information.
Meditation class: A guided meditation
and dharma talk is held every Sunday in
July and August from 10 to 11:30 a.m. at
Cobalt Moon (upstairs studio), 217 First
St., Neptune Beach. Donations accepted.
Call 386-793-3013 for information.
Depression support: Depression Bipolar
Support Alliance Jacksonville Beaches
meets Sundays at 5:30 p.m. at Beaches
Medical Center, 1350 13th Ave. S.,
Jacksonville Beach. Visit www.dbsajax.org
for information.
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 holidays, at 10:30 a.m. at 400
Penman Road, Jacksonville Beach.
Meetings are also available at other times,
days and locations. 350-0600.

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The Atlantic Beach City Commission
will take another opportunity to review
,and possible adjust a proposed commu-
nity character ordinance for the Old
Atlantic Beach neighborhood before
moving forward with final consideration
of the measure.
The commission discussed the propos-
al to establish development standards in
the neighborhood at its Monday meet-
ing and agreed that the proposal needs
more attention before enactment is con-i
sidered. Some commissioners said they
merely want a few questions answered,
while at least 'one commissioner says he
wants significant changes, saying that
the proposal does not accomplish its
goal and has been watered down from
the original draft.
The commission decided it will hold a
workshop to further examine the issue. A
date for the meeting has not yet been
The city's Community Development
Board recently recommended the com-
mission pass the ordinance which essen-
tially limits the size of new and reno-
vated homes .in the neighborhood

The neighborhood impacted
by the proposed design stan-
dards is currently defined by:

Ahern Street between the,
beach and Sherry Drive on the
Sherry Drive extending north to
11th Street on the west;
11th Street extending east to
East Coast Drive;
East Coast Drive extending
north to 16th Street, and 16th
extending east to the beach.

through a set of design standards. Sortie
residents and city officials fear that the
unique ambiance of the neighborhood
could be destroyed if market forces drive
property owners to construct large
homes, as has become more common in

recent years.
Many residents who spoke for and
against the ordinance at Mpnday's meet-
ing say that the development standards
should apply to the entire city.
'The former city commission about
three years ago at a strategic planning
session identified a need to look at ways
to protect the ambiance of the city's
Core City, now referred to as Old
Atlantic Beach.
Since then, the commission hired 'a
consultant for over $100,000 to help the
city explore and draft an ordinance to
thwart large, box-style homes in the
neighborhood. Numerous workshops
and public meetings have been held over
the last year regarding the issue.
The issue of whether to apply the pro-
posed standards to the entire city was
discussed at several of those meetings
but it was determined fairly early in the
process that the ordinance should only
cover the Old Atlantic Beach neighbor-
hood. And it's for that reason that city
officials are hesitant to, in the 11th hour,
change the scope of the proposal, as is
being requested by some residents.

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Eileen H. Sanford

Douglas Michael Carroll, 47,
of Ponte Vedra Beach, died on
July 9, 2006. Born on Oct.16,
1958 in Melbourne, he was a
'graduate of Melbourne High
'School, where'he served as Jr.
APfROTC Commander. He was
also awarded the rank of Eagle
Sdout and earned his private
pilot's license, following in his
father's footsteps:
', Upon graduating from Troy
University in 1981 with a degree
in'accounting, he began a career
in the banking and mortgage
industries. His service included
Barnett Bank, Bank of America
and Aegis Funding Corporation,
serving as a Regional Vice-
President and a member of the
company's Circle of Excellence.
:. He served as an elder during
his 15 year. association with
Ponte Vedra Presbyterian
Church, where he worked with
thel church's annual live nativi-
ty. -
The family wishes to express
apiprecation to Dr. Alan Marks
and Mrs. Karen Richardson of
Regional Consultants in
Himatology/Oncology; to the
nursing staff of Tower 5 at
Baptist Medical- Center; to Dr.
Gerardo Colon and Ms. Many
L'esperance at Mayo Clinic
Jacksonville; to the staff, of
Community Hospice and to the
many dear friends, neighbors
and co-workers who have sup-
ported them through his illness
with visits, meals and notes of
He was recently honored to
have been the inspiration for
the first "Anglers for a Cure"
charity fishing tournament. The
AFC foundation arid tourna-

Lloyd Geiger DeLoach
wa mm

SLloyd Geiger DeLoach, 91, of
Jacksonville Beach, died on July
7, 2006 following a brief illness.
Bmrn on June 19, 1915 to Lloyd
Preston and Lurline DeLoach in
Jacksonville, he graduated trom
Andrew Jackson High School in
1934 and attended Jones
Business College.
He served in the U.S. Navv
during WW1I and was stationed
on the U.S.S. Wisconsin where
he achieved the rank of Chief
A Gunners Mate. He saw action in
the Pacific in the invasions of
Okinawa, Iwo Jima and strikes
on Tokyo. He was also a mem-
,ber of the Japapese Oqccpation
Jorce.. After his tour futq h
'wentbadt toiork in th'a
btisiness, DeLoach Furniture
Co., alongside his parents. He
continued his 62 years of pro-
prietorship until his illness. He

Miriam C. Edwards

" Edwards, Miriam Carlton, 90,
f' Jacksonville died on July 9,
2006 following an extended ill-
ness. Born in Jacksonville,
March 20, 1916, she graduated
from Lee High School and was a
life-long member of the
Jacksonville Jewish Center.
She was predeceased by her
husband of 53 years, Alexander
"Al" Edwards. She is survived 1y
li.er children, Linda (Michaeli
Gard, Sanford Edwards, and
Judith (Stepheni Silverman.
Sister, Bernice ilrvin) Ghelerter.
Grandchildren: Alyson Levy,
S Myer Levy, Eric (Amyl Levy,
Stacy (Rob) Katsoff, Lee
Peterson, Chris iGranti Chaney,

ment were created by his son
Jordan and friend Matt
Hahnemann to raise money for
the National Colorectal Cancer
Research Alliance. The tourna-
ment will continue to be held
Annually in

father, Jim arroll; brother,
include his ister, Julia
wife of 2(Rick), father--law,
years,cRalene; sister-in-law,
da.u g h te-r .
Whitney and (Steve); niCarrollece,
son Jordan; .
father, Jim. Carroll;, brother,
David -(Beth),- sister, Julia
Cameron, (Rick), father-ih-law,
Ray Crickenberger; sister-in-law,
-Carol, O'Cain (Steve);",niece,
Halie Cameron; nephews Nate
Cameron, Samuel O'Cain and
Daniel O'Cain; and goddaugh-
ter, Camille Wright. He was pre-
deceased by his mother, Ann, in
The family will receive friends
from 6 to 8 p.m., Friday in the
chapel of Quinn-Shal. A service
of thanksgiving for his life will
be held at 10 a.m. on Saturday at
the Ponte Vedra Presbyterian
Church, 4510 Palm Valley Road,
Ponte Vedra Beach, with the
Reverend Richard Cooper offici-
ating. A reception will follow in
the Fellowship Hall.
Donations may be made to
Anglers for a Cure, Inc., 226-5
Solana Road, Suite 172, Ponte
Vedra Beach, FL 32082, to Ponte
Vedra Presbyterian Church c/o
A Bethlehem Visit, or to
Community Hospice.
Services under the direction of
Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home in
Jacksonville Beach.

include his DeLoach
wife of 59
years, Virginia L. DeLoach;
three sons and their wives, Mike
(Josette), Randy (Pat) and Terryn
kKareni and two grandchildren,
Brittany and Brent.
Memorial services were held
Tuesday in the Quinn-Shalz
Chapel followed by interment
at OaklaorLCemete on San
B' VuI.., I e. f
.', cont ibutions may be made
to the American Cancer Society.
Services under the direction
of Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home
in Jacksonville Beach.

Matias Flores, 56 of Atlantic
Beach ,died on Friday, July 7,
'2006 after a short illness with
lung cancer. Born in Santa Rita,
New Mexico on Feb. 24, 1950 he,
moved with' his family to
Atlantic Beach in 1957. He was a
1971 graduate of Fletcher High
School. He was predeceased by
his parents, Florencio YV- and
Teresa G. Flores. Survivors
include brothers, Florencio G.
(Luisa) Flores, Simon Guy
(Bobbie) Flores, Gilbert Flores,
Jose (Violet) Flores and Stephen
(In Nan) Flores; sisters, Teresa'
Flores, Irene (John) Davis,
Beatrice (Bruce) Brunke, Laura

(Ray) Harber and Mary
Dedman, several niec
nephews, aunts, uncle
The family will receive
on Thursday, July 13,
'until 8, p.m. at the I-
Giddens Funeral Ho
Jacksonville Beach. Pray
be recited at 7:30 p.m. A
Christian burial will be c
ed on Friday, July 14 at
at St. Johns Catholic
Atlantic Beach. Father
O'Shea will officiate.' In
will follow at Beaches M

Gay MacKendrick Hardwick

- Gav MacKendrick Hardwick,
71, died on July 6, 2006 in the
Hadlow Center of Community
Hospice after a brief illness. She
was born Aug. 12, 1934 to
Robert F. and Mazie Ellen
MacKendrick of Erie,
.Pennsylvania. Hardwick attend-
ed Strong Vincent High School
in Erie and graduated as a
National Honor Society scholar
before attending Endicott
College in Beverly,
Massachusetts, where she
majored in fashion and design.
She moved to Jacksonville
with her family in 1974 where
she lived in Ortega Forest and
later in Ponte Vedra Beach.
Throughout her life, she was
always involved and active in
community, charitable and cul-
tural endeavors. She was a mem-
ber of the Jacksonville
Symphony Guild, the Guild of
the Jacksonville Children's
Museum, the Garden Club of
Jacksonville, the Cummer
Museum of Art and Gardens,
the American Cancer Society,

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Tennis Association.
Family members include het
loving husband of 27 years,
Taylor Hardwick; her daughter,
Meg Leslie Ryan (Richard) of,
Germantown, Tennessee; grand-
daughters, Tenley Elizabeth
Ryan and Katlin Anne Ryan;
brothers, James R. NlacKendrick
and Jon D. NMacKendrick both of
Erie; and sister, Sharon Hein of
Erie. Her only son, Andy
Alward, predeceased her in
A memorial service will be
announced in the near future.
In -lieu of flowers, the family
requests that memorial contri-
butions be made to Community
Hospice of NE FL, 4266
Sunbeam Rd. Jax., FL 32257 or
to the Jacksonville Humane
Society, 8464 Beach Blvd., Jax.,
FL, 32216.
Services under the direction of
Quinn-Shalz, Jacksonville

SJuaria LaMirth Brown Quinn

Juana LaMirth Brown Quinn
died on June 30, 2006 at
Beaches Baptist Hospital. She is
preceded in death by her hus-
band, retired Air Force Colonel
Robert J. Quinn Jr. and her son,
retired Army Colonel Robert J.
Quinn 111.
Originally from Everett, WA.,
she was a longtime resident of
Fleet Landing in Atlantic Beach
and Skidaway Island
( -avainah j, GA, She -attended,
SLinheld College in
McMinnville, OR. and was
retired from the Civil Service.
She was an active member of the

Savannah Symphony Guild, the
Coastal Scottish Heritage Society
and Daughters of the- American
Family members include her
grandson, Robert J. Quinn IV,
and his wife, Allison Quinn, of
Tampa.; and daughter-in-law,
Anita Quinn of Savannah, GA.
Internment will be with her
husband at the United States
Military Academy in West Point
.N.Y.,. at the convenience of thg
Services under the direction of
Quinn-Shalz, Jacksonville

Jerome William Offenberg

Hadley Edwards, David (Jessica)
Silverman, Ari (Risa) Silverman,
and Bob Peterson. Great-grand-
children: Tyler Peterson,
Brittany Peterson, Ethan Katsoff,
Ryan Katsoff, Alexis Silverman,
Aidan Silverman, Ruby
Silverman, Peri Silverman and
Asher Lev'y.
Graveside services were held
Tuesday at the New Center
Cemetery. Donations may be
made to the Jewish Community
Alliance/Book Festival,
Jacksonville Jewish Center, or
the American Kidney Fund.
Arrangements by Hardage-
Giddens Funeral Home, 4115
Hendricks Avenue.

Livingston Hunter Elder

Livingstone Hunter Elder died
July 8, 2006 at his home in
Cypress Village in Jacksonville
at the age of 100.
He was a graduate of Tidioute
Pennsylvania High School and
the University of Michigan,
Architectural School. He was a
member of Alpha Rho Chi, the
professional Architectural
He worked in the James
Gamble Rogers New York Office
and the Works Project
Administration in the 1930s. In
1955, he established his own
architectural practice that
became Elder, Angel and Lange,
one of the top residential offices
in the New York area. After
retirement in 1972,; he contin-
ued working untill1992 .
., Elder .enjoyed his residences
in Waccabuc and Bedford New
York Charlestown and Walpole
New Hampshire and
Jacksonville. In all these he used
his architectural expertise on
zoning, historical, library, and
planning boards for community
development. He was a life-long
member of Rotary, as well as a
member of the South, Salem
Presbyterian -Church, Walpole
Unitarian Church and Palms
Presbyterian Church.
Ing married decorator Ruth
Higby in 1941 who predeceased
him in 2000. He is survived by
his daughter Judith Elder Rogers
of Florham Park, New Jersey and.
Robert Elder of Piermont, New
Hampshire. He treasured time

spent with his four grandchil-
dren and his two great grand- I
A memorial service followed
by a reception was held Tuesday,
in the chapel of Quinn-Shalz,
Funeral Home.
In lieu of flowers, donations
may be made to Palms
Presbyterian Church, 3410 3rd
St S. Jacksonville Beach, Florida
32250-6060. or Jones College .
Radio, 5353 Arlington'
Expxessway, jackson-ille, FL

Jerome William Offenberg,
"Jerry," 65, died on July 5, 2006
in the Hadlow Center of
Community Hospice after a bat-
tle with both Parkinson's and
Lewy Body Disease. He was born
July 1, 1941 in Jacksonville, to
Martin and Eva Evelyn
Offenberg. He spent several
years in the public school sys-
tem in Jacksonville before
attending the University of
Florida where he received a
Bachelor of Electrical
Engineering and was a member
of the Theta Chi Fraternity. He
then continued his education in
post graduate school at the
Naval Academy in Monterey,
California. He served in the U.S.
Navy where he retired as a Lt.
Commander. He was employed
with Voice of America in the!
Washington, D.C. area.
The family wished to express
their heartfelt appreciation to
Dr. Christopher Potter for his
care and interest in Offenberg;
to Lisa O'Connell for her care-
giving; to Janette and Jasmine
for their special and gentle care
during his last days at Hadlow;
and to Carol Neil of Hope Adult
Day Care, Inc. His strong desire
to help with research will be car-
ried on at the Mayo Clinic for
both Parkinson's and Lewy Body
Family members include his

wife of 5 years, Victoria
Offenberg; sons, Eric (Chris),
Keith (Dawn), and Todd (Lizl;
daughter, Christie (C.J.i; grand-
children, Nate, Victoria,
Harrison, Ashley Marie,
William, Nicolas, Madeline,
Lillian, Kaitlin, and Tyler; sisters,
Florence (Chuck), Gloria (Gene),
and Sally; brother, Sam (Sherry
and their son, Andy); sister-in-
law, Sharon Waddell; and moth-
er-in-law, Marie O'Brien.
A Memorial Service to cele-
brate his life will be held at 2
p.m., on Saturday, July 15 in the
chapel of Quinn-Shalz followed
by a reception in the Villas of
Marsh Landing Club House,
1800 The Greens Way.
In lieu of flowers, the family
requests that memorial contri-
butions be made to Hope Adult
Day Care, Inc., 1560 Roberts
Drive, Jacksonville Beach, FL

(Chuck) Eileen H. Sanford, 82, of
es and Glenmoor, World Golf Village,
es and St. Augustine, died July 8. She
lived in Ponte Vedra Beach for
friends over 25 years .and served as a
from 6 parishioner of Our Lady Star of
-ardage- the Sea Catholic Church of
me in Ponte Vedra Beach.
'ers will She was a member of the
mass of Ponte Vedra Women's Club
:elebrat- serving on the Board as commit-
10 a.m. tee chairs and officers, the St.
Church, Vincent's Hospital Auxiliary, the
Gerard Jackson\ille Art Museum, and
terment the Ponte Vedra Club Women's
memorial Golf Association.
Family members include, her
two daughters, Cathy (John) S.
Wright of Chapel Hill North
Carolina and Colleen E. (Daniel
Ellis) Sanford of McLean,
Virginia; son, Charles E. (Anita)
munity Sanford Jr. of Farmington Hills,
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Michigan; seven grandchildren
and two great-grandchildren.
Her husband, Charles Edward
Sanford, preceded her in death.
A private inurnment will be
held in Our Lady Star of the Sea
at a future date.
The family requests any dona-
tions to be made in her honor to
The, Claretian Missionaries, 205
West Monroe St., Chicago, IL
60606, The Glenmoor
Membership Associations
Scholarship Fund, 235
Towerview Drive, St. Augustine,
FL 32092 or Community
Hospice of Northeast FL, 4266
Sunbeam Road, Jacksonville, FL
Services under the direction of
Quinn-Shalz, Jacksonville

Alfred "Doc" Tobey

Dr. Alfred "'Doc" Tobey was
born in Maine, Aug. 30, 1928
and died on July 8, 2006. His
parentsL Ruth and John and his
brother, William, preceded him
in death.
Dr. Tobey attended Waterville
and Brunswick, Maine public
schools. He graduated from
Bowdoin College in chemistry
on a basketball scholarship in
1950. Upon graduation, he
worked for U.S. Rubber and.
National Fireworks Corporation
as a chemist. He returned to
Brunswick to manage Cy's
Bowling Alley, his in-laws' busi-
He graduated from Tufts
Dental School iBostoni in 1964.
He opened a dental practice on
Congress Street in Portland,
Maine and retired in 1990.
During his 28 years of dentistry,
he volunteered to wotk with
children whose parents couldn't
afford dental treatment. Doc
was an officer in the Maine
Dental Association.
His passion was golf. He
belonged to the Falmouth
Country Club and the Val Halla

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He retired to Ponte Vedra
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golf four days a week. He won
the local Ryders Cup in 1999.
He also had two holes-in-one
at the Sawgrass Country Club.
He met and later married
Joan Bebkowicz at the Sawgrass
Country Club in 1994. He is'
survived by his wife, Joan; his
children, Scott Tobey, Robin
Jarvis, Stacy Tobey, Jamie
Puuri. Peter Tobey, 'Chris
Hughes, K.C. Hughes, Felicia
Mellon and Cassandra Eley and
his 10 grandchildren.
A memorial service will be
held at the Sawgrass Pavillion
on Monday, July 17 at 6 p.m.
In lieu of flowers, contribu-
tions may be made to the
Community Hospice of
Northeast Florida, 4266
Sunbeam Road, Jacksonville,
FL 32257.
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of Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home
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Mark D. McCullough Sr.

Mark D. McCullough Sr., 56,
died suddenly.July 9, 2006. He
was born April 30, 1950 in
Springfield, MA.
Family members include his
children: 'daughter, Suzan e M.
Sandersori (Donald) and their
children Donald II, ,Dale and
Devon; son, Mark 1D.
McCullough, Jr. (Rebecca
HLxon ) and their children, Mark
III, Christopher, Jeffrey and
Monica; daughter; Tara D.
McCullough (Curtis. Hiland)
and their children, Tessa and
Jacob; brother, James S.
McCullough '(Clara) and their
, children, Marie Anne and James
III; sister, Linda McCullough;
brother-in-law, James Ryals (Pat)
and their daughter Jamie
(Michael) and their children,
James and Charlie; sister-in-law,

Patsey Duce (Ed) and their chil-
dren, Kim Barfield (Scott) and
their son, John Spitz (Paula) and
extended family; niece-in-law,
Beth Lowe (Chris) and their
children Corey and Chelsea.
Mark was predeceased by 'his
parents James S. and Rita J.
Visitation will be held from 6
to 8 p.m., Thursday in the
chapel of Quinn-Shalz Funeral
Home. Funeral services will also
be held at the funeral home 12
p.m., Friday with Reverend
Jerry Curtis officiating.
Interment will follow in Beaches
Memorial Park of Atlantic
Services under the direction of
Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home,
3600 3rd St. S.

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Newly elected Fleet Landing Residents' Council President Ed
Clausner, left, will take over the gavel from his predecessor, Ed
Cooke at Fleet Landing. Clausner vowed his group would do its
part to improve communication and help establish more volun-
teer programs in the Health Center. Clausner, USNA 1951, and
his wife, Elizabeth, came to Fleet Landing in September 2002
after a 23-year Navy career. The council president's term is typi-
cally one to three years.


The Writing Basket former-
ly located in The Shoppes of
Ponte Vedra has relocated to
the West Point Shopping
Center, 8358 Point Meadows
Drive, Suite 3 in Jacksonville,
just west of 9A and
Baymeadows Road.

The Jacksonville Beaches Bar
Association held a free legal
advice clinic for residents of
the Beaches on June 24 at the
Beaches Area Public Library.
Twelve members of the bar
association' were available to
counsel residents on a variety
of legal issues including pro-
bate, wills, estates, landlord-
tenant conflicts, debt relief,
family and domestic relation,
realty and property rights,
immigration and personal
injury matters. Participating:'
attorneys for the event were
Sean Barber, Rosetta
Bodowes, Vincent DiRito,
Paul Eakin, Tim Ellis, Terry
Ellis, Bryan Goode Ill,'
S tzanniliG ""deln".""St pheW
H A "' RUhard 'eenie',
Kyndra Mulder and John
Rodenborn. The Jacksonville
Beach Bar Association holds
this clinic biannually.

Lew Walters has' accepted the
position of assistant manager
of the Prudential Network
Realty Ponte Vedra office. He
joined the real estate profes-
sion after a 24-year career as
director of operations for some
of the nation's top Northeast
transportation terminals. He
and his wife Laura have
achieved lofty personal goals
as partners and will continue
to work together as "Spouses
Selling Houses," while Lew will
offer assistance to the manager
in a recruiting, coaching,
administrative and training

Wally Sears has joined
SunTrust Mortgage, Inc. as. a
mortgage loan consultant.
Sears has ten years of experi-
ence in the real estate financ-
ing industry, and he particd-..
pates in the Northeast Florida
Association of Realtors. He'
comes to SunTrust Mortgage,
Inc. from Wachovia Mortgage.
He earned his. Bachelor's
degree from the University of
Southern Florida. Sears will

specialize in construction/per-
manent loans.
Prudential Network Realty's
April winners were Phil Pierce
for listings and transactions,
while Maggie Haynes won for
sales and Richard Arthur was
top producer at the Beaches
office. At the Ponte Vedra
office, Elizabeth Hudgins won
all awards except top producer
which went to Pamela Tibbs.

Coldwell Banker Walter
Williams Realty, Inc.
announced its top listing and
selling agents from' the Ponte
Vedra and -Atlantic Beach
offices for the month of May.
At the Sawgrass Office top lis-
ter was JR Rodermund and top
salesman wasJacquelyn Bates.
In Atlantic Beach, top sales-
man was Annette Page and
top lister was Jeannine
Findley. Coldwell Banker
Walt'er Williams Realty, Inc.
announced its top listing and
sellhfi.'a eifs"frf6 i.r',me
Vedra ''AI
offices for the month of June.
At the Sawgrass Office Top
Lister wasJR Rodermund and
Top Sales was Tammy Allison.
In Atlantic Beach Top Sales
was Joy Snyder.

Christine Booras has joined
the Prudential Network Realty.
She holds a Bachelor of Arts
degree in Psychology from the
University. of Florida in
Gainesville. After graduating
from college, she obtained her
Professional 'of Human
Resources certification and
practiced in the field of corpo-
rate human resources for over
sixteen years with Toyota. She
has also been a state and
national competitive athlete
since 1985 in fitness and mar-
tial arts.

Shannon McKinnon has
joined Prudential Network
Realty. She attended Florida
' Community College of
Jacksonville and is attending
,the University of North Florida
where she will graduate next.
fall with a. Bachelors degree in
Criminology' with a minor in
Psychology.She previously
worked for a real estate law

A custom home builder,
Hanalea Construction, from
the Beaches has committed to
include solar hot water systems
in its next five homes. Two of
these homes are currently being
constructed on Jacksonville
: Drive in Jacksonville Beach.
As the second largest user of
electricity in the home, a solar
hot water system can save.
homeowners between 15 and
30 percent on their utility bills.
"We're very committed to
energy efficiency and being a
green builder," said Linda
Pomerantz, president of'
Hanalea Construction.
The small company is cur-
rently 85 percent green, and
would like to eventually reach
the 90 percent marker. Solar
power is only one of many steps
toward energy efficiency taken
by the home builder, Pomerantz
said, noting that homes are also
built around existing trees to
provide shade, feature 12-inch
thick walls, higher levels of,
insulation, impact-resistant
windows and gas cooktops and
dryers, Pomerantz said.
These homes can be especial-
ly valuable in coastal communi-
ties because they still provide
power during an outage from a
storm. People in these homes
would still have hot water,
would still be able to cook and
they would still be able to do
laundry, she said.
"You could have some sort of

A Jacksonville Beach restau-
rant received the okay to con-
struct a brick patio in an exist-
ing parking area in the. 1200
i block of Beach Blvd.
I The Planning Commission
Monday granted conditional
use approval for outdoor seating
to Twisted Sisters, located in the
Beach Plaza shopping center.
Owner Sunny Groves said she
hopes that offering outdoor din-
ing will attract, new customers
and increase the.visibility of the
shopping center.
"It's about the only commer-
cial center left on Beach
Boulevard and it's such a major
thoroughfare into the city," she
The 500-square-foot brick
patio and walkway leading to'
the seating area will extend
beyond the sidewalk area and
will utilize approximately four
parking spaces in front of the
Senior Planner Bill Mann said
the patio is below the maxi-
mum size allowed for a 4,300-
square-foot restaurant.
The former tenant also
obtained conditional use
approval for a 350-square-foot
seating area but they are not
To accommodate the increase
in space; Twisted Sisters must
provide one extra parking space
in addition to the other four
Mann said the parking at the
center is "more than adequate"

normalcy during a storm," she
Along with providing envi-
ronmental protection,
Pomerantz said that one of the
main goals of the company is to
build a quality product for the
"There's no guarantee at this
point that this is what the cus-
tomers will pay for," she said.
This is what keeps many large
home builders from incorporat-
ing energy efficiency into their
homes, Pomerantz said. David
Smith, the president and owner
of SunWorks Solar Systems, the
provider of solar systems for
Hanalea, added that large home
builders tend to abstain from
energy efficiency for 'a variety of
First, due to the great demand
for homes in the area, builders
can sell pretty much anything
that they can finish, Smith said.
. "There's no incentive to be
different or special," he said.
"There's no competition."
Additionally, consumers have
not made demands for energy'
efficierit homes. Therefore,
builders see the additional
expenses of energy efficiency as
a speculative investment. There
is no guarantee that 'consumers
.place a higher value on these
homes and are willing to pay
more for a green home, Smith
MI.4gver, the benefits from,
in 1g solar hot water sys-
te p new home construc-
tioris'ould have a significant
impact for the environment

to accommodate the project
and acknowledged that no
amplified music will bee permit-
ted on the patio.
He also said there was no
need to impose special hours of
operation for patio seating
because the surrounding prop-
erties are commercial.
'Commissioner Terry DeLoach
said that he has traditionally
opposed outdoor seating areas
proposed for smaller strip cen-
ters where parking is limited.
"There was a potential for
problems," he said. "This one is
larger and different from the
ones we've looked at before. I
d6n't think a precedent was set
with the others."
Mann said there are no
records of any problems associ-
ated with outdoor seating at any
establishment in the shopping
The Moon Grille does not
extend service to its outdoor
seating area. 1st Coast Billiards
also obtained conditional
approval for outdoor seating but
has yet to exercise the right,
Mann said.

Photo of Hanalea Vice President Doug Othmer outside the two
new homes oh Jacksonville and Grande drives in Jacksonville
Beach. The two new homes are 85 percent energy efficient and
have solar water heaters installed by Jacksonville-based SUN-
WORKS which has been chosen as Hanalea's exclusive solar

and toward American energy
"If we put solar water heating
in every new home in America,
we'd probably never have to
build another power plant," he
Tax incentives that went into
effect in. January have already
made an impact on the popu-

larity and viability of installing
a solar hot water system. The
energy bill gives a 30 percent
tax credit for both residential
and commercial installations,
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Billy Reynolds at his Jacksonville Beach storage unit, which is serving as an ad hoc distribution center for High Pitched Hum
Publishing Co.

etty Man author starts

own publishing company

'"Jetty Man" author Billy Reynolds
recently became a book publisher out of
: The Mayport native, who has written
nine novels and one non-fiction book,
started High Pitched Hum Publishing
Co. seven months ago after two firms
that published and distributed his
books went out of business.
"I only created the publishing compa-;
ny so that I could finish the 'Jetty Man'
series," Reynolds said in an interview
last week at The Beaches Leader.
"Then I started getting calls from peo-
pie wanting to know about my publish-
ing company. I was treated so crummy
by publishers that I felt like I could give
authors a better deal."
Since January, High Pitched Hum has
published books for both.veteran and
first-time writers.
The fledgling company's catalog lists
24 books, including 10 by Reynolds,
who recently published "Hoochie
Coochie," the eighth installment in his
popular "Jetty Man" series of Southern
Gothic novels.
"We have 14 authors and seven more
are expected this summer," said
Reynolds, who penned "Jetty eMan" in'
1999 while on an 11-week sick leave

from Mayport Middle School, where he
was the principal for four years.
"We're on pace to have 50 books on
our website by January. It's called coop-
erative publishing because we give
authors so much in return.
"They put up the money but the,
return on their investment is very high
compared to traditional publishing."
An author who signs a contract with
High Pitched Hum, a subsidy publisher,
pays between $5,000 and $7,000 to
have a manuscript turned into a 6-by-9
softbound book with a maximum of
250 pages.
In exchange, the author receives
2,000 books, full-color cover designs, an
ISBN number and a back cover barcode.
Reynolds also organizes book signing
for his clients at area book stores. He
also registers. High Pitched Hum books
with Sarasota-based BookWorld
Companies, one of the nation's largest
book distributors.
Selling another story
Getting a book published is easy.r
Selling one is another story.
Reynolds learned that the hard way.
His inaugural novel, "Jetty Man," has
sold more 'than 70,000 copies, but it
took a lot of time and effort on the
author's part.

Self-published authors have to hawk
their goods, much like street vendors.
Before retiring from the school sys-
tem in May, Reynolds, who has a Ph.D.
in educational leadership, spent his
weekends and many weeknights at
book signing.
Eventually, his persistence paid off.
"It took me a year and a half to get
into Books-A-Million at the beach. And
two and a half years to get into Barnes
& Noble [at Regency]," Reynolds said.
"People think that as an author you
get 25 books in a store. What you really
get is three books in a store."
At his first-ever book signing at The
Book Mark in Atlantic Beach, Reynolds
promised owner Rona Brinlee that if she
ordered 50 "Jetty Man" books, he would
invite 50 paying customers to the book
signing. I .. "
Reynolds sold 187 books, 17 more
than best-selling author Carl Hiasson,
who. had signed there the. week before.
"Of course, all my friends bought
books," Reynolds recalled With a chuck-
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book stores because I'm handling my
own books now. and I give them a 50
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The Fletcher High School Dance Ensemble recently earned the
overall "superior" trophy at the Universal Dance Association's
summer intensive workshop at Jacksonville University.

St. Johns library staffers enjoy cooking

by KATHY NICOLETTI Youth Program, a summer reading event, a
COLUMNIST carnival with refreshments and hot dogs was

T hree staffers with the St. Johns County
Library system have turned their mutual
interest in cooking into special events at
the St. Augustine branch library.
Children's Librarian NMikki Sampo, reference
librarian Lisa Calvert, and
library assistant Marcia Daniels
have incorporated several
programs to help increase the
public's interest in library serv-
"Food brings people in," said
Calvert, adding that hundreds
of people attended an old-
fashioned "Hoe Down" at the
library in April.
A buffet of chicken and sides was served,
accompanied by a live band.
The event was sponsored by the Friends of
the Library.
Middle Eastern dishes were served during a
countywide effort in March to promote the
best-selling novel, "The Kite Runner."
The event gave readers a chance to try food
from the region where the book is set.
To generate interest in the Florida Library

Teens are a challenging group to bring into
the library, said Sampo who has drawn on the
skills of other staff members to develop inter-
esting programs for this age group.
S'mores were served at an evening event
called "Spooky Tales Around
the Campfire."
S Another teen event,
"Decadent Vegan Desserts" was
held earlier in June.
Calvert and Daniels helped
FCOOKS with ideas for the hands-on
vegetarian dessert program.
They hoped the event would
appeal to teens looking for
something a little different to try.
Calvert and Daniels have been vegetarians
for more than 15 years.
Using fresh foods from local markets, vege-
tarian cooking is an easy way to cook meals
with lower fat and healthy ingredients,
Calvert said.
Daniels, who likes desserts, said there are


Children's librarian Mikki Sampo, from left, library assistant Marcia Daniels, and reference librarian
Lisa Calvert of the main branch of the St. Johns County Library in St. Augustine, share cooking
ideas to use for special programs at the library. '

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July 12, 2006

50th anniversary

The Stennetts

Margaret A. (Peggy) and
William A. (Billi Stennett of
Atlantic Beach will celebrate
their 50th wedding anniver-
sary on Friday, July 14.
She is the former Margaret
McHugh of Providence, R.I.
Mr. Stennett is originally
from Bellevue, Wash.
The couple were married
July 14, 1956, in' Providence.

They met while Mr. Stennett
.was stationed at Quonset Point
Naval Air Station in Rhode
They have four sons, Jeffrey,
James, Stephen, and Matthew,
and five grandchildren.
Mr. Stennett is a retired lieu-
tenant commander in the U.S.
Navy. Mrs. Stennett is a semi-
retired homemaker.

Sarah Jane Dixon of
Jacksonville and Capt. Thomas
SH. Klump of Seaford, Va., have
announced their engagement
to be married.
The bride-elect is the daugh-
. ter of Elizabeth and Charles
Dixon III of Jacksonville. She is
a 2003 graduate of Episcopal
High School and is a senior at
Georgetown University's
Walsh School of Foreign
Service. She is employed by St.
Luke's Gallery in Washington,
D.C. She will begin a master's
program in Russian and East
European Studies in the fall.
The groom-elect is the son of
[eannie and Tom Klump of
Seaford, Va. He is a 1997 grad-
uate of York iVa. High School

and a 2001 graduate of the U.S.
Military Academy at West
Point. He served with the
Army's 1st Infantry Division in
Iraq, where he received the
Bronze Star. He is currently a
captain in the Army's individ-
ual ready reserve and is
employed as an account execu-
tive at Pablo Beach Mortgage
in lacksonville Beach. He plans
to attend law school in the fall
of 2007.
The couple were engaged in
Praque, Czech Republic, while
Dixon was studying abroad at
Charles University. The couple
plan to wed on Saturday, June
16, 2007, at Immaculate
Conception Catholic Church
in Jacksonville.


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Vice Mayor Harriet Pruette recently presented Wade Tucker
with a Volunteer of the Year Award from the City of Neptune

For theKids

*, Yu-GI-OH DUELS are
staged at 2 p.m. Saturday at
Books-A-Million, 738 Marsh
Landing Parkway, Jacksonille
Beach. Call 273-8055 for infor-
Kindermusik and playday
classes Tuesday to Saturday in
Jacksonville Beach and Ponte
Vedra Beach for children from
birth to age 7. For
Kindermusik, a music and
movement program for all
ages, children are divided ,by:
age group. Playday is for wal-
ers to 26 months old and
includes parachute play, climb
ing and musical activities.
Preschool children and up
attend without parents. One
trial class is free. Call 249-3828
for information or visit
of the Jacksonville Public
Library, 600 Third St., Neptune
Beach also has children's activ-
ities. Call 241-1141 and press 4
for children's activities and. 5
for the reference desk., '
MONMMY & ME for ages 6
months to 2-1/2 years features
songs, parachute games, finger
play, rhythm band music and a
way to meet other parents or

grandparents while having fun
with your child. Offered begin-
ning in September at Nancy
Dance Studio. For information,
call 241-8349 for information.
CENTER, 738 Fourth Ave. S.,
Jacksonville Beach, has many
activities for kids., including
karate, tutoring and games.
group meets regularly at Isle of
Faith United Methodist
Church on .San Pablo Road,
next to Alimacani Elementary,
School. For information, 221-
SCHOOLERS, support groups,
for moms of children ages 5 or
younger, meet as follows:
Christ the Redeemer
Church, 190 S. Roscoe Blvd.,
Ponte Vedra Beach, 7 p.m. to 9
p.m. the third Monday of the
month (285-8009).
Mayport Naval Station
chapel, 9:30 a.m. the third
Monday of the month (270-
. Ponte Vedra Presbyterian
hurch; 4510 Palm Valley Road,:
Ponte Vedra, 9:15 a.m. to 11:30
a.m. the: second and fourth
Monday of month (285-8225).

Kathryn Perrone and Kristopher Hatcher


Kathryn Isabel Perrone and
Kristopher Lee Hatcher have
announced their engagement
to be married.
The bride-elect is the daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Perrone Jr. of Jacksonville.
The groom-elect is the son of
Rebecca Hatcher and Michael

Hatcher of Panama City.
Perrone and Hatcher are
2004 graduates of Florida State
A September wedding is
planned at Community
Presbyterian Church in
Atlantic Beach.

Emily G. Home of Ponte
Vedra Beach was named to the
'Dean's List at \Virginia Tech
University for the 2006 spring
To qualify, students must earn
a 3.4 grade point average for at
g least 12 credit hours of study.
--- -Home is a junior majoring in
communication in the College
of Liberal Arts and Human

Daniel Zyski of Ponte Vedra
Beach Zyski was named to the
Dean's List for the 2006 spring
semester at the Martiri J.
Whitman School of
Management at Syracuse
To qualify, students must
achieve at least a 3.4 grade point
Zyski is a junior majoring in
marketing management and
supply chain management.
Russell Nader of Jacksonville
Beach and Jennifer Gilpin of
Neptune Beach recently gradu-
ated from Liberty University in
Lynchburg, Va.
Nader graduated with a bach-
elor of science degree in mrulti-
disciplinary studies.
Gilpin graduated with a bach-
elor of science degree in multi-
disciplinary studies.

Cpl. John Hollingsworth III ,

John D. Hollingsworth III of
Jacksonville Beach was promot-,
ed July 1, 2006, to the rank of
corporal in the U,S., Marine
.Corps. Hollingsworth also
received a certificate, of com-
mendation for his support of
Operation Iraqi Freedom; in
.Camp Fallujuh, :Iraq, where he
is stationed. : .
He is the son of John D.
Hollingsworth Jr. of Jacksonville
Beach and the late Deborah
Jane Hollingsworth.

Amy Pantfoeder of Ponte
Vedra Beach recently graduated
from Florida State University

(5-6 %CtVE jj

with a bachelor of science
degrees in apparel design and
fashion merchandising.
She is the daughter of Charlie
and Donna Raiford Marks of
Neptune Beach and Dorman
and Mice Pantfoeder of Ponte

Clare Burns Dalton of Pbnte
Vedia Beach graduated May 14
from Davidson iN.C.i College.
Dalton was a French major
who graduated with honors,
earning the AB degree cum
While at Davidson, she held
the McAlister Scholarship and
studied abroad in Kikuvu,
Kenya, and Tours, France, as a
member of the Reformed
University Fellowship. She was
also inducted into the Phi Beta
Kappa National Academic
Honor Society, the Alpha
Epsilon Delta National
Premedicine Honor Society, and
the Order of Omega.
She will attend medical
school this fall at the University
of Florida. She is the daughter of
David and Suzanne Dalton of
Pon te Vedra.

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Recipes: Library delves into cooking

Cont. from A-9
Reynolds recently spent 30
days signing books at an inde-
pendent book store in
Fernandina Beach.
'For the next 90 days, he
and other High Pitched Hum
authors will be signing books
at the Borders book store near
the Avenues Mall.
Among those signing is 84-
year-old crime novelist Nancy
Powell of St. Augustine, who
recently released her second
book, 'Murder on the Rocks."
Also participating is first-
time children's author John
Oberheu of Jacksonville
Beach, one of the invited
speakers at May's Much :Ado
About Books event sponsored
by the Jacksonville Public
Library system.
b.beriieu's illustrated book,
"The Manatee that 'Flew,"'is'
based on a true story from the
files of the U.S. Fish and
Wildlife 'Service, where,
Oberheu worked as a wildlife
biologist. '

Sell in own back yard

a Reynolds advises' his
authors to sell their books in
there own back yard before
branching out to other mar-
'.Reynolds said.;he "saturat-
ed" Jacksonville with "Jetty
Man" books before embarking
on,_ book signing from
Daytona to the Carolina.s.
Three years ago, Reynolds
was invited to speak at a
regional -conference for
Books-A-Million store man-
agers in. Birmingham, Ala.
He encouraged staffers with
the nation's third largest book
retailer to invite more local
authors in for book signing.
Last November, Reynolds
was invited to speak about-
the genesis of the ."Jetty Man"
seffs at .the Pdnte Vedra
Beach Branch Library.
About 20 people attended
the-talk, seven of whom later
contacted Reynolds about
publishing their own books.
Five of those seven are cur-
rently High Pitched Hum
authors, including Neptune
Beach resident and former
University of Georgia football
star Leman "Buzy" Rosenberg,
who has sold more than 4,000
copies of his memoir,
"Building Character Through

Former University of Georgia f.o
Rosenberg has sold 4,000 copie
Reynolds said the turn.
around time between manu-
script and the finished prod-
uct is about eight weeks.
High Pitched Hum edits the
manuscript, but the author
has the final say, Reynolds
"They get a lot of hands-on
from me," added Reynolds,
who took the name of his
publishing company from a
chapter title in his first book.
"I never met the guy that
was my first publisher. All we
did was talk on the phone."

10 books on the shelf

Reynolds had just finished
the fifth book in the "Jetty
Man" series when his original
publisher went out of busi-
Reynolds said he lost thou-
sands in royalties, but eventu-
ally was able to obtain more
than 8,000 unsold books,
which he then stashed in a
storage unit in Jacksonville
The storage unit, now
stacked from floor to ceiling
with cartons of books, is serv-
ing as an ad hoc distribution
q i bf1'e',-. "

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otball star Leman "Buzy"
es of his sports memoir.
In January, Reynolds'hopes
to partner with Don Flynn
Productions, an independent
'film company, to share office
and warehouse space at
Channel 4 Studios in
Jacksonville. I
Flynn produced an 11-
minute "Jetty Man" short,
which will be screened on
Labor Day at Atlantic
Theaters in Atlantic Beach.
Actor Barry Corbin of the TV
series "Northern Exposure" is
the narrator.
Reynolds is teaming with
FCCJ professor Dana Thomas
on his next novel, "Ditch
He has come a long way
from peddling copies of "Jetty
Man" out of the trunk of his
"I still want to be a book-
signer and I don't want to
quit writing," said Reynolds,
who will celebrate seven years
as a published author in
"I thought I had one book
in me. I thought all my fami-
ly members would buy it and
that would be the end of it.
Now I have 10 books on the
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Cont. from A-9
many dessert recipes that are
.compatible with a vegetarian
lifestyle, including desserts-
for vegans, or people who do
not consume anything with
animal products.
Sampo, a more traditional
cook, is one of seven siblings
who follows in the footsteps
of her mother who always
cooked in quantity.
The habit of cooking large
amounts of food works well
for Sampo and her husband
since they enjoy the conven-
ience of having a good supply
of leftovers in the freezer, she
Daniels suggested using the
recipe for Chocolate TofU Pie
from St. Augustine's Manatee
Caf6. The teens also made
Peanut Butter Fudge and fruit
and nut parfaits.
The Chocolate Tofu Pie was
easy to make with no baking
required. The recipe uses only
a few ingredients easily found
in local stores.'
The teens at the event suc-
cessfully made their own pie
and sampled one that Daniels
had made earlier.:
Everyone agreed that it was
delicious. Even those hesitant
to try tofu, liked it, said
Daniels. .
The main branch of the St.
Johns County Library is at
1960 N. Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Call 827-6940.
The Hastings branch will
have.a Summer Salads and
Vitamin C luncheon event for

teens at 11 a.m. on July 18.
The library is at 6195 Main
Street. Call 827-6970 for

The following recipes were
used for the "Decadent Vegan
Desserts" teen event held in
June at the main branch of the
St. Johns County Library.
Chocolate Tofu Pie

one and one-half pkgs.
Extra Firm Silken Tofu (18
'I 12 oz.vegan semi-sweet
chocolate morsels
1 graham cracker crust
.Pour chocolate into a
microwaveable bowl.
Microwave on high at 30 sec-
ond intervals until melted
(stirring at each interval).
(Save a handful of morsels
for garnish on top of pie).
Break up tofu with a fork
and pour into blender. (for
best results pour small
amounts of tofu in blender at
a time). Blend on high until
creamy. Add melted choco-
late. Blend until thoroughly
Pour into graham cracker
crust. Place morsels on top or
grate them into small bits.
Refrigerate. Let chill 2-, 3

Fruit Parfaits

Nuts (almond, walnuts,
pecans, peanuts, cashews)

Your Favorite Fruit
2 pkgs. (24oz.) Extra Firm
Silken Tofu
Pinch Salt
2- 3 tsp, Vanilla Extract
one-half cup Sugar (to
To whip Tofu Cream: Drain
water from tofu. Break up
tofu with fork. Pour into
blender (for best results pour
small amounts of tofu in
blender at a time). Blend on
high until creamy. Add salt,
vanilla and sugar to taste.
Blend until thoroughly
Slice your favorite fruit and
layer in parfait glass alternat-
ing between fruit and
whipped tofu cream. Top
with nuts and cherry.

Easy Vegan Peanut
Butter Fudge

three-quarters cup vegan
1 cup peanut butter.,
three and two-thirds, cup
confectioners sugar
Lightly grease a 9 x 9 inch
baking dish.
In a saucepan over low
heat, melt margarine. Remove
from heat and stir in peanut
butter until smooth. Stir in
confectioners sugar, a little at
a time, until well blended. Pat
into prepared pan and chill
until firm. Cut into squares.

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FMS teacher to study in Japan


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The Navy lends a hand to the Youth of the Beaches Art Guild, (YBAG). Pictured with "Audrey
Two" (the plant) are, from left, Jarret Turner, Todd Thiel, Rod Jones, Ricky Terry, Randy Nichols,
and Chuck Hickey. The men spent a recent Saturday building the set and props for YBAG's
upcoming show "Little Shop of Horrors." The play runs Friday and Saturday at Sandalwood High
School. Tickets are $10.

When the special education
students in Roberta Knieberg's
class learn about Japan, they
will have a firsthand perspec-
tive on the country and the
The Fletcher Middle School
teacher will spend three weeks
in Japan in October as part of
the Japan Fulbright Memorial
Fund Teacher Program. The
goal of the program is to pro-
mote the exchange of teach-
ing strategies and to enhance
American understanding of
Japanese culture through edu-
"I think that when educa-
tors experience something
firsthand, it's easier to teach,"
she said.
For special education stu-
dents, this connection
between abstract ideas and
real experiences can be espe-
cially helpful, Knieberg said.
When she taught her students
about castles, she showed
them pictures that she took of
castles when she traveled to
"It made it a little more real
for them and a lot more real
for me," she said.
While in Japan, Knieberg
said that she is excited to

study the Japanese education
system and to incorporate
some of their tactics for spe-
cial education into her own
The trip, which is spon-
sored by the Japanese govern-
ment, begins in Tokyo. For
the latter part of the trip, the
teachers will reside with host
The Japanese government
created the program 10 years
ago in gratitude for the
Fulbright Program, an
exchange program established
by the United States in 1946
for university students and
faculty. Now, both programs
work together to promote the
common, goal of cultural
understanding between the
two nations.
To be selected, Knieberg had
to complete a one-year lesson
plan on how she intends to
incorporate what she learns
during her stay into the class-
room and be recommended
by a regional review panel.
She completed her applica-
tion in December and
received notification that she
had been selected in March.
Some tidbits of Japanese
culture that Knieberg hopes to

bring back to her social stud-
ies class include origami, liter-
ature and even lessons on
In addition to learning
about Japan, she is also excit-
ed to learn from the other
educators that will accompa-
ny her on the trip. The
Fulbright Fund. takes groups
of up to three educators from
around the United States on
each trip.
"I'm excited to learn about
education in other pairs of
the country as well as Japan,"
Knieberg said.
At this point, the teacher
does not know who the other
people in her group might be,
but she is not nervous, she
said. As a self-proclaimed
"Navy brat," she said that she
has spent her whole life tray-
In fact, her father's Navy
career is one of the reasons
why Kniebeig was interested
in visiting Japan. She has
made it her goal to visit all of
the places that her father vis-
ited while serving in the
Navy, she said.
"It's just a place that I've
always wanted to go," she

The Beaches Leader

July 12, 2006 SPO RTS


* Running/Fitness
* Sports Briefs
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Sumrall, Hanley-Pinto take BFAST titles

Jacobs is surprise winner

of season's final triathlon

Media still



and Weaver

acksonville has taken it on
the snoot again for the ter-
rible crime of hosting'the
per Bowl in 2005. The
excuse for the latest attack is a
rating by a Sports Illustrated
writer of the NFL owners and
listing Jaguars owner Wayne
Weaver somewhere below sea
level. .'
Although specific details of
his indictment arep't-listed.
Weaver (the writer won't'get
any name publicity here) is
attacked for everything but tak-
ing steroids and putting slugs,
in a church offering. He's
called "Whine" Weaver for
moaning over lack of financial
support from the fans and his
plight of low revenue.
VWhy the attack on Weaver,
when it's doubtful that Sports
Illustrated really gives a rat's
rear if Jacksonville can't match
the big teams in size and
income? There's nothing new
about it, the city was the same
when it was granted the fran-
chise in 1994. The fact that
1Weaver.is highly regarded by
his fellow owners shouldn't
'irritate Sports Illustrated writ-
ers, should it?
'Critics all over the country
have knocked us as probably a
worse locale for a, Super Bowl
than Iraq. Sports Illustrated
must. be hard up for subjects
now to resurrect that attack on
Jacksonville for getting the -
Super Bowl. One would have
thought they'd be busy search-
ing bags of every team for
drugs and anything that would
smack of chewing tobacco or
second hand smoke.
What's me reason most of
the media hated Jacksonville?
Why, there's not enough sin
here. Oh, there are enough
homicides, heaven knows, but
not the kind of free gambling,
hard drinking and naughty
goihgs-oh to keep the boysi-
busy at night. It can't be a traf-
fic problem. As any who have
covered Super Bowls from
Miami to New Orleans to
Houston to the West Coast can'
tell you, traffic is not a
Jacksonville exclusive.
It can't be inconvenience.
Media covering the big show
in Los Angeles and Miami
know what, it is having to bus
for miles from one camp to the
other for interviews that reveal
The critic's listing of NFL
owners he prizes above others
include some interesting
names. His first choice is New
England Patriots owner Robert
Kraft and considering their
success, that's understandable,
maybe. But second, Jerry
Jones of the Dallas Cowboys,
just might be challenged by
some who have locked horns
with the bombastic Jerry, but
here again you can't knock
Now No. 3 is a weird
choice. Anyone who'judges
Dan Snyder of the'
Washington Redskins a good
old boy might check with
Steve Spurrier, who was given
the gate as head coach almost
before hie got unpacked. They
might also check with ex-
Gators coach Pepper Rodgers,
who was kicked out at the
same time after being one of
Shyder's most trusted advisors
for several years.
But lambasting Weaver for
no good reason other than
calling on his community to
support the.team and host-
ing the Super Bowl smacks
of personal, not professional,
The surprise is that SI didn't
attack him for covering seats
he couldn't sell. Or maybe
they have and we just missed
it. If they haven't called for
his NFL court martial vet,
they probably will. After all,
it's the little guys who get
stepped on the most.


Justin Jacobs, a 23-year-old
from Jacksonville, was the unex-
pected men's winner of the sea-
son's third and final Lifestyles
Realtors Beaches Fine Arts Sprint
Triathlon. Also unexpected were
the strong winds that caused
cancellation of the quarter-mile
swim that opens a sprint
triathlon, resulting instead in
one-mile runs by age group.
Jacobs' winning time was
51:09, while Jennifer Hanley-
Pinto, who won the first
women's race May 13, won for

the 'second
time this sea-
son in 56:53. .
Steve Petitt,
of Atlantic I'm never
Beach, the 45-
year-old win- when they
ner of the first swim. I'm a
men's race, in
May,"' 'didn't getting bette
compete Satur-
day. And The swim is
Dustin McLar- link.
ty, a 20-,ear-
old University
of Florida stu- '
dent from De-
Land who won Jennifer
the second Overail BFAS T
event June 10
and finished
third Saturday, didn't partici-
pate in the first BFAST.
. So Richard Sumrall, 42, of
Mary,Esther in the Fort Walton
Beach area and the male masters
champioh Saturday, was overall
winniri ,the' basis of 'his times
of 54:19, 54:12 and 53:09-
Chris Huff;.a 33-year-old from
Sanford, finished second to
Jacobs and also was runner-up
to Sumnrall with a combined
time of 2:44:36. Michael Cain,
47,-of Ormond Beach was third
overall in 2:45:53.
SumralLhs-ruih-'iiithe BFASI
series for six years.
"It's a great little race. I've
enjoyed doing it. I cut my teeth
on it. It's fun to come back and
take the series," said Sunmrall;
who earned his first overall vic-
tory. "Great folks that. run it,
and it's'a lot of fun. Of course,
the venue's wonderful."
Hanley-Pinto, a 29-year-old
Jacksonville' resident, won the
overall women's title on the
basis of her two series wins. She
finished fourth in the second
race in 1:03:02 and won the first
I'.1f0.1:S5;'HOr overall time was
Aidrea Kauffman, '25, of
Ponte Vedra Beach finished sec-
ond overall in 3:07:03, while
Galey Gravenstein, 22, of

Women's winner Jennifer Hanley-Pinto checks her watch as she
wins her second Beaches Fines Arts Series Triathlon this sea-
son Saturday and finishes as the overall winner of the series.

Gainesville was third with a
combined time of 3:16:03.
Heather Moore, 30, of
Jacksonville was Saturday's run-
ner-up in 1:00:40.
Hanley-Pinto went into the
last race hoping to break one
hour and succeeded. She
explained her fourth-place fin-
ish in the second BFAST by say-
ing, ".1 was six days off a half-
Lronman, so was a little tired on
that one."
This is Hanley-Pinto's second
season of triathlons. Now she's
training for an Ironman.
"I had a friend challenge me
to the Ironman, because I'm a
strong runner
... and he's a
strong cyclist,"
she said. ''So
disappointed I've been try-
ing to pick up.
cancel the the sport and
a runner. I'm learn what I
can, see how I
er at the bike. do at it.
Ha n e y -
my weakest Pinto said she
plans to com-
pete Sept. 10
in .a. Wisconsin
"I'm hoping
Hanley-Pinto no ocean
women's champ swims and no
hot and
humid weath-
er," she said, adding, "I'm never
disappointed when they cancel
the swim. I'm a runner. I'm get-
ting better at the bike. The swim
is my weakest link. So anytime
they cancel the" 'swim, I'm
As to the Ironman's 2.4-mile
swim, Hanley-Pinto said, "I can
swim the same pace forever. I
just can't swim fast. The 400
here's such a quick, all-out
sprint, and I can't do it.
"I'll definitely be here [next
year]," she added.
On the men's side, Jacobs, a'
regular on the Jacksonville
Grand Prix running circuit, cap-
tured the first BFAST he's ever
entered. Huff finished second in
52:13, with McLarty, a member
of the University of Florida
swim team, third in 52:17.
Jacobs competed In his initial
BFAST because there was an
opening on his running calen-
"This race weekend was open.
So I checked it out, and I've
heard a lot of good things about
it," he said, adding, "It was a fun
Commenting on his time,
Jacobs termed it "a decent race,"
adding, "I've been strong run-
ning training, so the duathlon
kind of tilted it a little in my
favor, with the lack of a swim.

"I was hoping to do a
triathlon. It would have been a
much tighter race, because
there's some strong swimmers
here, too, I know."
Now that he's had a taste of
BFAST, Jacobs hopes to return
next year.
"I'd like to do it," he said.
"I'mr also competitive in the
running circuit, and a lot of the
races fall ,on the Jacksonville
Grand Prix circuit of running

races, so I can't necessarily do
the series."
McLarty was disappointed he
couldn't swim, since that's his
"It was a different aspect," he
said. "It's a lot tighter race,
because the swim usually
stretches the field out a lot
more. So it was a lot more head-
to-head action, always someone
there to push you the whole
bike ride and the whole run.

"It came down to the wire.
Transitions were key today just
"because a few seconds in transi-
tion can make all the differ-
ence," said McLarty, who wasn't
sure if he'll be back next season.
"I'm not sure how much
focus I have to put on my
swimming," he said. "We're
approaching the Olympic trials,
so I have to get more down to
the grindstone and crank out
the yards."

In a sight that was commonplace for.Nease
High School last. spring, Matt Reifsnider hit
what proved to be a game-winning home run in
front of coach Greg "Boo" Mullins. Only this
time it was 'for Mullins' North Florida summer
league team which improved to 16-4 with the
July 5 victory over American Legion Post 88.
Reifsnider's blast, in the top of the seventh
inning, broke open a scoreless tie and helped
starting pitcher Joe Zwick earn a 1-0 decision.
When Relfsnider pitched for Nease, he helped
himself with two game-winnipg homers.
Reifsnider was the second batter in the top of
the seventh in the game played at Wolfson
"I was. sitting in the dugout, it's seventh
inning, 0-0, and I was like, 'Reifsnider, you need
to jack one here,'" said Zwick, who struck out 12
in the win. "As soon as he hit that ball in the air,'
I started' screaming. I knew it was gone. .
"Usually, when he's pitched and it's 0'-0,'he
goes and does it himself," Zwick recalled from
the Panthers' 2006 campaign. "I'm glad he
helped me out."
Reifsnider takes his baseball skills to The
Citadel later this summer, while Zwick hopes to
get an opportunity at Santa Fe Community
College, where four-year Nease starter Chris
Warren is playing. Mullins is helping Zwick find
a baseball home.
Zwick didn't have a lot of opportunities to
pitch during Nease's 23-4 season because the
main starters, Reifsnider and Daniel Jones,,
backed by Matthew Redding, threw complete
"Joe's got one no-hitter this year. This is his
second one-hitter of the summer, so he's had
five great outings. But this is probably his. best
one, because they've got a bunch of Division-I
players," Mullirs said of Post 88. "They've got
three kids who were drafted. Joe just went right
through them."
Zwick faced 18 batters, the minimum, through
the first six innings. Reifsnider, who was catch-
ing, gunned down a baserunner following a

fourth-inning single, and another baserunner
was erased after being picked off second.
Zwick, who left two seventh-inning walks
stranded, hurled his no-hitter against a Camden
County, Ga., team.
Brian Joseph, Zwick's mound opponent and
one of Post 88's D-I players, struck out 14 North
Florida batters while allowing six hits, three of
which came in the seventh.
"I was looking for it," Reifsnider said of his
homer. "He threw me a fastball first pitch, then
came back with a slider or his curveball (and 1]
Fouled it off. I looked for another fastball, and
luckily it worked."
Reifsnider finished with a 10-1 record for the
Panthers but hurt his shoulder pitching against
Bishop Moore May 9.
"When I got back from New York, about a
week ago, I started throwing," said Reifsnider.
"Every time I played for [North Florida] I've been.
DH-ing, haven't been throwing at all. Today
,Coac Mullins asked if I could throw, and I said,
'Yessit, I'd love to.' He told me I could catch."
Reifsnider was pleased with Zwick's perform-
ance. ..
"Joe-threw a great game," he said. "I wish we
could have given him a little more run support
earlier in the game, especially when [center
.fielder] Patrick O'Malley gave us a lead-off dou-
ble [in the fourth]."
O'Malley was the only North Florida player
with two hits. He singled down the third base
line as the game's second batter.
"This summer I've really gotten to pitch in
competition. I have probably 40 innings" said
Zwick. "And every time I pitch, Mullins is work-
ing with me. So I'm getting better."
Mullins was a relief pitcher in the Milwaukee
Brewers farm system who reached the majors
* with the Brewers for parts of two seasons. He vis-..
ited with Zwick during the seventh inning at
"He just came out to give me a little breather,"
said the right-hander. "He gets really worked up
in the dugout, had to come out to calm himself
down. He told me I need to slow down a little

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Men's winner Justin Jacobs is about to cross fin-iff~i" line at Mickler's Landing in Ponte Vedra
Beach as he captures his first-ever Beaches Fine Arts Series Triathlon last Saturday in 51:09.

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with surfing, model train and baseball .card signs. And for
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Plenty of area restaurants serve tasty, down-home
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nThe '26.2 with Donna race begins to take shape

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t was a fortuitous moment
three years ago when
Beaches resident Donna
.icken met running icon Jeff
Galloway at the Gate River
Sun expo.
] Chicken, a 12-year veteran
inarathon runner and First
Coast News (WTLV) anchor,
wounded the Donna Hicken
foundation in 2003 after sur-
Mving two life-threatening
$outs with breast cancer.
1 Galloway's name is connect-
ed with nearly everything that
las anything to do with run-
rung. In 1972, he ran the
10,000 meters at the Munich
Since then, he has written
numerous books and articles i.
on running, he has a column
every month in Runner's
World magazine and makes
ozens-of speaking engage-
rents worldwide.
Lately his greatest claim to
aame could be his innovative
'Galloway System," a long-dis-
tance training method that
incorporates walking rest peri-.
ds between periods of run-
ning. The system's primary
focus is less injury, less stress
and to finish the race with a
mile on your face.
Chicken and Galloway talked
6f her "Run With Donna"
group that has raised money
for her Donna Hicken
Foundation which funds the
.ital needs of undeserved local
women who are stricken with'


breast cancer. Now three years
old, her foundation has
helped 350 women and 'last
month reached an impressive
landmark: A-million dollars
. raised.
Chicken reflected: "When I
went through my episodes
with cancer, I had a good job
and insurance but I was still
Swamped with thousands and
thousands of.dollars. of medi-
cal bills. I thought about all
those women who didn't have
that. How did they get
through? When you don't
have any miney it doesn't
matter how much you owe, it,
might as well be a million.
When there is no n.oney, '
there is no money," she said.
They also spoke of
Galloway's charity-based train-
ing groups, of which there

now 50 throughout me u.s.
Suddenly it dawned on them:
Why not create a new
marathon with the sole pur-
pose of aiding the fight
against breast cancer?
During her own fight
against the disease, Donna
had leaned heavily upon
Jacksonville's Mayo Clinic and .
Dr. Edith Perez, the clinic's
esteemed hematologist/oncol-
ogist. In a conversation with
Perez, she learned that the
clinic's cancer research depart-
ment was always under fund-
Chicken and Perez
approached the Mayo Clinic
with an unprecedented idea:
Become involved in the found-
ing of a major race dedicated
to raise funds to fight breast
cancer. The clinic excitedly
agreed and the triumvirate of
Chicken, Galloway and Mayo
set about to organize what will
very likely be the biggest run
to ever hit Jacksonville Beach:
"26.2 With Donna: The
National Marathon To Fight
Breast Cancer "
Starting and finishing at the
Mayo Clinic, the event is a
marathon and more. Events
include a half-marathon, a
fun-run and a health and fit-
ness expo, as well as the 26.2-
mile marathon.
The marathon course will go
from the Mayo Clinic on San
Pablo Road, across the
Intracoastal Waterway, then
northward through

jacksonville, Atlantic and
Neptune Beaches and back
Hicken is very familiar with
the prospective course.
"It's my home course," she
said. "I ran it many times just
to make sure I didn't hate it."
One of the course's high-
lights will be a two and a half
mile stretch northward along
the beach itself.

I laI e Lo JKel GaUowaU y Lni
Atlanta at last week's
Peachtree Road Race. He will
serve as a sort of shadow race
"I may not put the paper
cups on the tables at the aid
stations but I will oversee the
logistics of the race and the
most important functions," he
said. "I am very excited about
the race; Donna H-icken has

The triumvirate of Hicken,

Galloway and the Mayo

Clinic set about to organize

what will very likely be the

biggest run ever to hit

Jacksonville Beach.

"We thought we should let
them see our beaches and how
great-they are to run on," said
Chicken. "Especially the out-of-
She hastened to point out
that the tide tables have been
checked and that it will be
low tide with plenty of hard-
packed beach-sand. Also the
beach portion of the race will
only be run on the out-bound
part of the course, while run-
ners are fresh, and only if
weather permits.

done a great job of getting
things going.
. "It will be the first-ever
national marathon where all
of the money raised will go
directly to fight breast cancer."
Another feature Galloway
will add to the event is his
new "virtual trainer" program,
an on-line running plan that
gives you Coach Galloway on
the convenience of your com-
puter. Additionally, many of
the people in his regular run-
ning groups, like the one in

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toward this race.
Planning and executing a
major race is a huge undertak-
ing and sensibly, the organizers
have given themselves plenty
of time to do it. The race is set
for February 17, 2008.
Galloway is optimistic about
the turnout for the race's
debut. "I think we can get
5,000 runners, maybe more,"
he said.
Hicken's main concern is
that the event will be of the
highest quality. She frets over
the details, saying, "I want
this race to be perfect."
To help organize they have
enlisted the expertise of
Theresa O'Donnell-Price, City
of Jacksonville special events
director who planned events
for the 2005 Super Bowl.
There will be an extensive
advertising campaign and rep-
resentatives of the event will
attend all of the major race
expos for the next 18 months
to talk up the race.
The 26.2 With Donna is
seeking corporate sponsorship;
anyone interested in lending a
financial hand to this very
worthy cause may contact
Trista Wallace at 904-398-5222.
For more information
about these events log onto
If you. are interested in join-
ing the Jeff Galloway training
group to train for this race, or
any other one, call John
TenBroeck at 387-0528.


Baseball Camp
( Nease baseball coach Greg
'jBoo",Mullins offers a
.Monday through Thursday, 9
a.m. to noon, baseball camp
At Cornerstone Park. Initially.
only a four-weeklprogram,
f4ullins has extended his'
camp throughout the sum-
' The cost per participant is
$150 per week. Those interest-
ed should call 783-6561.
Mullins' camp offers defen-
sive, offensive, hitting and
base-running drills, plus the
importance of "small-ball,"
the Nease coach's stock-in-
trade that's built around strat-
egy, speed, timing, sacrifice
and solid mental pitching,.,- .
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Basketball Camp
Tommy Hulihan's Beaches
Basketball Camp at St. Paul's
School takes place July 24-28.
Camp for those entering -
grades 3-5 is from 8 a.m. until
1.1 a.m. Camp,for grades 6-9
takes place from 12:30 p.m.
until 3:30 p.m.
Cost is'$85, but registration
after July 1 is $90. For more
information visit www.beach- '
esbaisketball.com or phone
Tommy Hulihan at 349-2611.
k Beaches Basketball League
at St. Paul's'School'includes
an 8-game season for kids .
ages ,3to rising 6th graders.
F6ur divisions of play will-be
featured: Pre-K (co-ed), K-Ist
(co-ed), 2nd-3rd (boys and
girls teams) and 4th to rising
6th with separate boys and-.
girls teams.
Cost is $85 and' all players
receive,a T-shirt and trophy.
For more information visit
beachesbasketball.com or
phone Tommy Hulihan at

Football Fundraiser
The sixth annual Nease
football golf tournament,
sponsored by the Nease
Touchdown Club, will be held
July 17 at Marsh Creek in St.
Augustine. The Nease
Touchdown Club provides
financial support for items
such as team uniforms, post-
game snacks, drinks for away
games and necessities.
The fee is $100 per golfer;
entry deadline is July 10.
Activity begins with a noon
check-in, followed by a 1 p.m.
shotgun start. A four-person
captain's choice is the format.
All participants will receive
balls, tees and gift bags at reg-
istration. A buffet dinner,


where prizes are awarded, will
wrap up the activities.
Sponsorship opportunities
range from a $5,Q00 plat-
inum, Which includes eight'
golfers and signage at the
tournament and in Nease
Stadium, to a $50 Panther
sponso; '
To. register or.learn more
about sponsorship opportuni-
ties, go to neasefootball.com
and click the golf tournament
link, or call Tom or Kim :
Kemohan at (904) 543-0567.
St. Paul's Sports
St. Paul's summer sports
camps feature participation in
tearM, sports .and. .age-apprgpriate
activities. Basketball, agg foot-7.
- ball;,kick ball, tag and.more,are
offered. On Friday's, campers
have pizza and go to Beach
Bowl. .
Camp sessions are' weekly
from the end of May until late
'July. Er mriore information visit
www.beachesbasketball.com or
phone Tommy Hulihan at 349-
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Soccer .
Fletcher Soccer Camp will
-take place-July 17-20 and July
24-27 at .San, Pablo Elementary
Schoolfields(i' cross from

Fletcher' High School).'
Camp for 7th to 12th
graders takes place from 9 a.m.
until noon. Cost is $130 per
week or $240 for both weeks.
Camp for 5- to 10-year-olds
takes place July 17-20 from 5
p.m. until 7 p.m. Cost,is $65.
Clinicians include Bentley
College head coach Peter,
Simonini, Fletcher High boys
coach Mike Levine, Fletcher
girls coach Megan Pardue and
members of the Embry Riddle
University soccer team.
For more information
phone Levine at 635-8969 or
e-mail Pardue at
Island FC is forming boys
aridgirl. traVel soccer teams for b;
the 2006-7 season. Teams will
be offered in-the following age
groups: U-12 (bom on or after
8/1/94 but before 7/31/96); U-
14 (born on or after 8/1/92 but
before 7/31/9.4); L-16 (born on
or after 8/1/90 but before 6"
7/31/92) and U-18'for those
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before 7/31/90. -
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June 12 and 14 at San Pablo
Elementary fields from 5:30' .
p.m. until 7:30 p.m. Boys .team
tryouts will take place June 13
and 15. '
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until ioon and on Aug. 1 and
Aug. 2 from 2 p.m. until 4 p.m.
in the gym. Any girls interested
are encouraged to attend.
A Duval County school
board physical is required to try
-out. Forms are available in the
main office of the high school.
For more information con-
tact coach Shanel Lopez at 294-
8697 or: coach Jdh 'Silva at 588-

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Redbass and tarpon feeding around the jetties

P enty of whiting are hold-
ng in Nassau Sound and
behind the surf from
Atlantic Beach to south Ponte
Vedra. Redbass, as well as tar-
pon, are feeding around the
ends of both jetties on high
Kings are being caught in the
southeast hole and off the
Capt.'s'House in 45 feet of
Jetty guide Fred Morrow and
the Ferris Soloman party fished
Nassau Sound last Monday
morning for 19 whiting up to
two pounds. On Tuesday Pete
Sweet and Brian Teller tied
Nassau Sound with Fred and
caught 33 whiting and three
sharks. Dr. Robert H. Still fished
the creeks with Fred on '
Thursday and caught six reds to
24 inches, two drum and lots of
ladyfish and jacks. On Saturday
Ron Root and his son John
went with Fred,in the creeks
and caught nine reds to 24
inches and six drum to six
Pier fishing was slowed a lit-
tle last week. Fireworks damage,
of course, 'kept anglers off parts
of the pier but it was the
muddy water that hurt the
most. On Sunday Rich Perez
caught five drum to four
pounds, Veronica and 'Simba 'r

Khalfani from Brooklyn, N.Y.
caught a 19-inch trout and a'
four-pound black drum.
Anglers had a great week of
fishing last week aboard the,
"Mayport Princess." On
Monday, Barker and associates
chartered' the Princess and had
plenty of snapper, amberjack
and beeliners for the cleaning
table and on Thursday the
VonThron family celebrated 13-
year-old Jimmy's birthday with
excellent catches. Jimmy
caught a big amberjack. Joseph
caught a 25-pound snapper and
Dr. John, VonThron caught two
big snapper.
Capt David King found the
whiting'biting at his favorite
spot in Nassau Sound again last
week ard caught a cooler full

weighing up to two pounds on
each trip last Monday and
Canal guide John Dyrssen
and Kyle Watson fished near
the little jetties last Thursday
with live shrimp and caught
eight trout, three flounder, two
reds and a dozen ladyfish.
Larry "Fishman" Finch spent
several days fishing above
Daytona Beach. He had 70
whiting and seven pompano
on Tuesday, and 42 whiting on
Wednesday. Larry reports one
whiting weighed 3.8 pounds.
Capt. Kirk Waltz with the
Allen Clark family on the
"Enterprise" last Monday
caught seven redbass at the
north jetties weighing up to 14
pounds' and jumped one tar-
pon. On Thursday, Talmadge
and Catherine Hoiton with
Capt. Kirk tolled off St.
Augustine with live bait and'
caught four kings, three sharks
and a 80-pound tarpon.
James Gergley and Rob
Harvey used live shrimp to
catch nine redbass, four floun-
der and two drum last Sunday
from the "Head Hunter." On
Tuesday, James and his wife
Tina fished together for nine
redbass, four flounder and three
Capt. David Sipler and James
Gergley chummed with pogies

Myles Wright. Ramon Boi, Patrick Barker and Matt Montoya head home with one of the sharks
they caught chumming off "Shanty Town" last week.

in the chum hole and caught --- ----
two cobia and 12 sharks. l..'.-
Capt. Mike Morris anchored
along the jetties last week and --
caught 11 redbass to 34 inches,
a 29-pound cobia and jumped ...
two tarpon.
Mark Goodwin and Kyle
Overstreet trolled the southeast
hole forn a 32-pound king.and a
41-pound cobia.
Capt. Jim Gillis with the Rev. .-
Richard Englert fom Arcadia,
Fla. trolled the southeast hole
last Monday from the -------
"Nfegabite" and caught two
-kings, three Spanish and two
Capt. Chip Wingo and his '
guests Kevin and Drew Hobbs
used artificial and live bait to A Wiltshire with one of the man
catch 11 reds measuring 23 to Al Wiltshire with one of the man
31 inches last Monday from h friends last week in the Florida
31 inches last Monday from his
"Shallow Minded." On Friday, action near the shrimp boats
Chip and his brother Mike used last week. They had at least two
artificial arid caught four red- big blacktips and spinners on
bass.to 29 inches., all morning last Sunday.
Capt Bobby Langston Fifty "Women in the
chummed from his "Gaff It" Outdoors" fished last Saturday
last Monday and caught a king, with Larry Finch, Capt Vic
four sharks and lots of whiting. Tyson and George Altelevich in
r--Cir ."Randalf-Dyalwith-ReT,-a-fft trl-nshore-roumafTenr-
ITodd and friends hac-pletln f ,.-q .Optsta.ding catchesof'rdbass,l

Pnoc :.Onrrnea
ny bull dolphin he caught with
speckled trout and flounder
were made. This was followed
by a fish fry and picnic with
the "Fishman," his wife
Murphy, Capt. Vic and George
doing the chores. It took place
at the Joe Carlucci boat ramp
and a wonderful time was had
,Gool Fishin". ,. .


Pnolo submrned
Jimmy VonThron (13 years old) on the left with the amberjack, Joseph VonThron on the' right
with his 25-pound snapper, and their father, Dr. John VonThron), in the background with his hat
on, and three of their fishing buddies to celebrate Jimmy's 13th birthday' on the Mayport Princess.


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SWANNEE RIVERLot, wooded, 1/2 acre,
FSBO $26.500. 1904)591-6996,
NEW TO market! Lakefronl and equestri-
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$209,900 8+ acres- direct lakelront-
$269,900 2+ acres homnesile-$119,900
Located minutes from downtown Jackson-
ville, FL. Private gated, community, Miles
of bridle trails, rec. area, fishing & boating.
Call: (877)JRC.LAND Flonda Land &
Ranches, LLC.
LOT- 50'X100' Vilano Bch, $199,000.
Grace Ellis, All Pro Realty Specialists.
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Acres 220 waterfront only $149,900 5+
acres. ocean access only $34.900. Enjoy
spectacular 4* acre oceanlront parcel w/
over 220' of private shoreline. Or relax on
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to. Ocean, large lot. 1500sl. $337.000.
859-8623. .
A TRUE opportunity 'in Neptune. Bchi
Just 4 blocks from the ocean Sold "as s"
or tear down & use as a lot. $285,000.
Sl.M :

Ju,-. m es if O W0 "Ao.i~ft O2. 3400sf., akeironi
now' 1866)950-5263 Ext 650' : ive.' $589,900. candlerhomes com

access to Nassau River. 2.68 acres w/gor-
geous view $268,000. OBO. 241-4876..
9A 'and Beach Blvd. natural
wetlands/creek $170,000 OBO. 241-
ATLANTIC BEACH. 328 10th Street,
85'xt30'. Close '1o Ocean. $699,000.
Steve McGuire,. 246-9915.
BEACH/ KERNAN 1 2A residential. $150K
www.531duval.com (904) 710-2607.
LAKE LAND SALE 3 Acres with Boat Slip
-Only $29,900! Direct Access to 33,000-
acre mountain lake in Tennessee with
boal slip. Available 8/261 (800)770-9311,
38 ACRES- sail marsh land at Greenfeld
Creek. WesI of Queens Harbor Country
Club at Ail Blvd & Girvin Rd. Wetland miti-
gation/ preservation. R.E. #162204 0000.
$95.000 OBO. 904-282-3519.

IC WEST, otf N. Kernan. Mt. Pleasant
S/D, 4/2/2. 1850sf, new paint, carpet, tile
& more. $248,500 318-3719.
Ig scr. lanai. Iolally renovated incl.' custom
cabinels, new appliances, tile floors. Gat-
ed community w/ pool. $299,900.
537-4083. :..

3BR/1BA, "wood flooring- and blinds,
screened porch, lenced'yard, eat-in Kiich:
'en and large laundry room, close to beach
and park. $216,000. 247-9244 or 651.-
6748- '

BY OWNER Pool Home, $317K. East'of.
Penman. Seller will pay $3500 of,. Buyer
closing cost. 859-8623: .' y .
PONTE VEDRA- Solario: Woods,' FSBO,
spacious 4/2,"new rodr. 1800sf, $359,900,
327-7449 or 607-6143. .

Oceanfront beach hideaway. .411 1s.,St'
S. #401. Gdrgeou" 2BR/2BA "condo. fea-
lures hardwood & rravertinetfloonng, gran-
ite/marble counters, stainlesss sleel appli-
ances. Luxurious master suite w/vita spa
jacuzzi. Pnvate gated pool plus beach ac-
cess. Asking $479,900. MLS#286330.
Custom ouilt Key, West style 2-story, 1483
Laurel Way. Only 3 years young, over
2100sf, located in Hidden Paradise, a
marshfronl community. First floor master
'bedroom suite, master bath w/jacuzzi and
separate shower. Gas fireplace w/gas ap-,
pliances, cozy screened porcn, custom
draperies, and blinds plus all appliances.
convey. Asking $389,900. MLS#290728..
Call Owner/Agent Shirlby Lee, Assist 2
Sell, Buyers & Sellers. Real Estate.
Cell# 568-6909/ office 247-4442. View
online at: .www.jaxbesthomes.com

2BR/2BA. attached garage, new rool,
corner lot, community pool, tennis.
REDUCEDI $240,000. Available immedi-
alely. (904)703-8380, (423)768-0384.
JAX BEACH Open House Sat & Sun
.11am-4pm;'-1O091-138h'St-. N: 4B1i2.2
car garage;'-i3.4:ecks. -.Appraised at
$530.000. Sbllir I.at" $399,900,
3BR/2BA on culde-sac, fireplace, glass
room, new carpet, fresh paint. $0S down.
$1500,mo. (904)502-4238.

"large loi, newly remodeled;' $287,900,
887-a1535. -

'4BR, 2BA, 2 car gar., corner lot, circular
dnveway. Lg open front yard, small private
fenced backyard Beautiful tree shaded
.homes close to schools, shopping,, beach.
Needs TLC. Pnme 'condition: $450,000.
As is: $350,000. 568-1936.-
2450sf, many upgrades, large corner lot,
$259.900, independent brokers 710-3111,
PONTE 'VEDRA, 3BR/2BA, beautiful, re-
modeled' townhome on lake. End unil.
$185,900. (904)424-0660
ICW/ BEACH Area, Beautiful home. 4/2/2,
great neighborhood. No money down and
no closing costs. $359,900. Call for
details. Hallmark Reallty Group, Inc.
3/2 in Fiddlers Marsh, 3020 La Reserve
Drive, $359,900 -(904)654-2104. Open
House, Saturday, July 15th,. 12pm-5pm
JAX BEACH Beautiful like new custom
nome. 2500sl. in great 'neighborhood.
1136 24th St. North $439,500. 704-7966.

acre parcels. Galed community on 4 miles
of riverfroni.Superb'planned amenllies.Ex-
ceplional mountain and river sites.Preview
Phase II nowl (8661 292-5762.
portunityi www.grandeharbor.info. All wa-
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below market value, from $79,900. Possi-
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BUYERS MARKET Coastal North Caroli-
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Really (8001682-9951
EAST TENNESSEE- Norris Lake 5.6 acre
wooded LAKEFRONT lot- $66.500 5.1
acre wooded VIEW lot- $28,900 Call
Lakeside Realty @ 1423)626-5820 Or visit
www lakesiderealty-in corm.
TN ACREAGE w/viewsi 1 to 5 ac parcels
witr incredible .views. 1800' elevation.
Close to Fall Creek Fails Owners' club-
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K' DEEP Water Parcei 1.38 acres over-
looking Lake Barkley. 90 min to Nashville,
mnules io Land Between the Lakes. Just
S47,000 Wont lasil Owner (866)339-

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Prudential Great Smokys Realty, Down-
town Bryson City. Call (877)476-6597.
hours from Atlanta & the Coast. Gated
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slips. 1/2 to 3 acres from the $40's Near
great historic town. Call 1866)882-1107.
LOOKING TO own land? Invest in rural
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acres. For Free, Special Land Repons.
VA MOUNTAINS 5 acres with Irontage 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.mounfain-
GEORGIA- Blairsville in the North Georgia
mountains Land, homes, commercial &
investment. Everything we louch lurns to
sold. Jane Baer Realty, (706)745-2261,
(800)820-7829. www.lanebaerrealty.com,

1483 Laurel Way
Custom built Key West style 2-story, only
3 years young, over 2100sf, located In hid-
den paradise, a 'marsh front community.
First floor master bedroom suite, master
bath w/jacuzzi and separate shower. Gas
frplc w/gas appliances, cozy screened
porch, custom draperies, and blinds plus
all appliances convey. Asking $389,900
Call Owner/ Agent Shirley Lee, Assist 2
Sell, Buyers & Sellers Real Estate.
Cell# 568-6909/ office 247-4442. View
online at www.jaxbesthomes.com
ATLANTIC, BEACH Townhomes, com-
pletely ,renovated. new appliances, fix-
lures, lile, cabinets, elc Convenient to.
shopping, transportation and entertain-
ment. 832 846 Cavalla Rd. $183,500.
Call 563-3615
LEASE/ PURCHASE Secret Woods. Brick
home, 3BRd2BA, 1895sf. $284,900. Bring
all offers. Independent Brokers 710-3111.
POOL HOME 3BR/I 5BA "As Is' condi-
tion. 1619 Sunset Drive, Jax Beach.
$275,000. (904) 223-3969.
FSBO ATL BCH, 3BR/2 5BA, 2200st.
w/numerous upgrades, 249-0812.
WATERFRONT TO St. Johns River. Cozy
cottage, newly remodeled, oulkheaded.
Only 3 minutes to Dunns Creek,
$289,900. Call Vickie Smith. ERA Trend
Realty (386)972 6494.




A new mountain development
in Western North Carolina offering spectacular long
range mountain views! I to 7 acre parcels starting
@ $39,900 to $89,900. Two lane paved roads,
underground utilities and beautiful private wooded
sites. New log cabin shells on 1-2 acre sites $89,900
to $132,900. Single story ranch or two story chalets
available. Call for free info: 828-247-0081

2 Kitchens, 1 acre. $169K. (386)758-9746.
OPEN HOUSE. Sunday, 7/16. Noon-3pm.
1008 11th. Street North. 3BR/2BA,
1330sl. Completely remodeled, sunny
block home. Open floor plan-move in
ready. 483-8491 No realtors please.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 2020 Andreu Rd.
3BR/2BA, New root, new red oak floors.
60'x125' lot.' $210,000. (904)222-1873.
PVB, RANCH style 3BR/2BA house locat-
ed In the Dolphin Cove Community is only
$282,900 and lots to offer, go online at
www ForSalebyOwnerCenler.com/44646
Motivated Selleis. 285-3014 Iv.'msg:
'PONTE VEDRA 3BR/2 5BA.1500sf, just
remodeled, 42" Hickory cabinets, granite
counter tops, travertine floors, bamboo in
dining room, Berber carpel,, hot tub, 2 car
garage. $318,000, 463-0505.
,PVB INVESTOR/BUILDER off prestigious
Neck Rd., walk to beach, very old,
3BR/1BA, as Is. Value is in the 60x192 lot.
$349,000. 806-3557
FSBO IMMACULATE 4/2/2, 2300sl In
Windsor Chase (Keman & Beach). built
2003 Hardwood, tile, formal living & din-
ing. eat-In kitchen w/42" maple cabinets,
black appliances, large master bedroom/
bath, inside laundry w/cabineis, spnrnker/
security system. cor/munity pool/play-
ground, $349,000. 2434 Misty Water Drive
E. 894-7058. Brokers welcome.
PONTE VEDRA- Dolphin Cove. FSBO.
4BR/2BA, 2-car garage, 1800t sq. ft. Inte-
drior & exterior completely renovated. All
Snew,' beautiful yard with spnnkler.
$394,900, 219-1276.
5BR/3BA, 3200sf.; water to golf views.
$799.000, will co-op. (904)716-9236.
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.
HAMPTON PARK 4BR/2.5BA, 4 years
new, gated community, close to each &
town center, $498 000. 641-0058.
FSBO, Neptune Beach Townhome, Spa-
cious, 3/2.5, 1 car garage, all appliances,
new AC/ plumbing/ carpel. Community
pool, boat storage, bike/ walk to Beacn
and Town Center. $267K, Call 655-2718.

BY OWNER, 3BR/2BA, renovated. Seller
will pay $3500 of Buyer closing cost
$330,000. 859-8623.
JAX BEACH, 3BR/2BA. partially fumish-
ed, fenced yard, screened-in porch and
deck w/private entrance to master bath.
Great investment or starter home.
$275,000. (904)247-8004, (904)635-6943.

3BR/2.5BA. hardwood, while, granite, 9' ceil-
ings, 3 blocks to beach. 904-233-8207,

FSBO. GOOD Starter Homel 618-1
Dutton Island Dr. West. Atlantic Beach,
3BR/1.5BA' New A/C, roof. windows,
doors, and appliances. By appointment
only. Call David 247-0665 (home).
704-2337 (cell).
Ocean Cay- FSBO 664 Bonaire Circle,
.2200sf w/greatl oom. 3BR/2BA.
Located on mature pond. Granite, wood
Iloors, new paint. $559K will co-op.
Lane, 4BR/2.5BA, 2400sl. home on goll
course w/inground pool, brick, all applian-
ces stay. $459,999 (904)838-8937
PABLO BAY- 4/3/2, 2400sl. Immaculate.
*2-story. $439,900. candlerhomes.com.

On lidal creek almost 1 acre lot, 2/1 block
home w/big workshop and yard. 1719 GIr-
vin Rd. $449,000 (negotiable). 233-1505.
LIVE CHEAP at Jax BeachI This 950sf..
newly redecorated. 2BR/1.5BA townhome
duplex is only a short walk to the beach
Ceramic tile bathrooms and floors, plush
carpet in bedrooms, CH&A, range, refrig-
erator, DW, laundry room, balcony, 6'
fenced yard and concrete driveway. Live
In one side and have a $1000 (plus)/mo
rental Income from the other side and
rents at the beach are rapidly Increasingi
This is a very sound investment for the fu- -
ture. Only $349,00011, Similar properties
sell for $240,000 Per SIdel 617 Seventh
Avenue South, Jacksonville Beach. Call
Dan Cantrell at (904)993-1114 or Fax
ATLANTIC BEACH, Comer Plaza and
East Coast. Three 50x130 planted lots
w/5 units. Room for expansion
$2,590,000. Will co-op 338-4828

JAX Beach, Ocean Cay, 3BR/2.5BA +loft.
2500sf, large fenced lot. Stainless steel
appliances, covered porch, large 2 story
family room. Built in 2000. $544,900. Call
3BR FORECLOSURE, only $27,9001 Must
sell. For listings 800-749-8124 ext. 1490.

TOWNHOUSE $275,000, 2BR/2.5BA. ga-
rage, privacy fence, 512 10th Ave. S.,
(904) 223-6896.

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vaulted ceiling, beautiful tile. Bright, open
floor plan. No dogs. ?485,000.
(404)325-0820, (404)784-6601.
FSBO, Save $14KI New Lakeview, WI-FI,
resort pool- spa, AlA location, must seal
$222K, FREE 27" HDLCD TV, FREE clos-
ingI 727-458-4230, Open Sat.- Sun.
OCEANFRONT 2/2, garage, pool, views
Irom every room. $549.000. Owner/ agent
FSBO. 1BR/1BA Palm at Marsh Landing.
Perfect location, private marsh view. 846
sq ft. Newly renovated in 2004. Asking
only $152,000. 476-5280.
JAX BEACH 2BR/2BA ground level con-
do w/garage in a gated retreat and close
o everyinlng. Others a nice floor plan,
neutral decor Ihrougnout, all Kitchen appli-
ances are a year old $204,900 285-3014.
PONTE VEDRA Condo- Ocean Links
(near TPC) Open House, Sat.. July 15 ,
10am-lpm. 800 Ironwood Dr #822.
3BR/2BA, 1605sf. $299,900. Cornerstone
Realty, Inc. (904)339-0231.
OCEAN LINKS. 2BR/2BA, 1-car garage.
Goll course & lake views. Updated, new
paint, now available. $235,000. 535-7234
THE PALMS at Marsh Landing- 1,/1 w/ ga-
rage, 1st Iloor,' marsh view. $159,900.
Owner will co-op 2 5%. Call Lidiya
(904)608-6562 ,

Gorgeous 2BR/2BA arage. ground floor
Backs up to wooded preserve. Country
Club area, near JTB. $159,900. Magnolia
Properties, Kay Hewlngs 904-553-5019.
7C RV CI Townhome cozy 2/1.5
$154,900 iCandlerhomes.com 327-0558
GRAND CAY' Villas PVB- 3rd Iloor 2/2
condo. fireplace, wood, tile, upgrades.
$219,900 904-881-0470.
PV BCH 2BR/ 2BA. $187,200. Grace Ellis.
All Pro Realty Specialists. 655-7923 (cell).
Priced to sell at $205,000. Call Kathy Tilla-
kos, Van Guard Realty.7465-3053.
13715 N. Richmond Park Dr. #305 Wind-
Ssor Pointe, 5186,900. 3BR/2BA, 1500sf.
w/garage. Lowest priced condo in Wind-
sor' Beaulitui tamlly room, brigni kitchen &
convenient inside laundry room, gorgeous
master suite w/walk-in' closet & private
bami. Call'Assist.2 Sell Buyers & Sellers
Real Estate. 247-4442 or view oriline 0@
jaxtiesthomes.c6m. .
OCEAN GROVE PVB Reduced .10K!,
S22/plus New Lake View. www.lorsale-
'byownercenier.com/44054. $219K (727)
-JAX BEACH 2BR/2BA Condo w/1-car ga-
rage, W/D, fully equipped kitchen, freshly
painted. $245,000. Call Sean (904) 994-
4297: I-
2BR/2BA CONDO; 1-mile lo beach, close
to shopping, granire'counlertops, wood,-&
oerber .Ihroqghout, w/marsh, view .:Gated
community including gym,.pool, &'ieniis.
Will consider'rent to own. $1,500' toward
closing cost. CallTed (904) 537-7896.
h me street from the beach starting, at
' $499K Ready 2008 Call Rene L. Baron,
Inc. 242-2821.
THE PALMS 1BR/1BA, remodeled
w/marsh view, $154,900. ,Please call

PALM HARBOR Homes, factory model
center largest in America! Modular and
manulaGcured. Liquidation sale! Call. or
Iree color brochures (800)622-2832..
PORTSIDE 2BR/1;5BA remodeled, .lami-
nate lioors, all appliances, custom deck
arnd shed. Call 762-1776
ATLANTICr BEACH. Like new. large,
3BRe'2BA single, 12153t,.w/carport. deck.
'&ll G'. icijen, CH8A, '.washer/dr,'er, new-
carpetl. Many upgrades Financing availa-
ble Rebecca, 246-7684.
ca? t Ma '' iiicigavi i

DOUBLE WIDE In park near beaches.
Built-In 2000. $39,900. 614-6875.

OFFICE CONDO: 1000sf, excellent loca-
tion, 1401 Penman Rd. $269.900. Call
RETAIL SPACE for rent. 1000sf. on Pen-
man Rd. in Jax Beach. Call' for details


2/1 townhouse, W/D included. CH/A, ce-
ramic tile, approx. 900sl. 404 13th Ave S.,
Jax Bcn. No pels. $900/mo, $900'sec
dep (904)343-9908.
NEPTUNE BCH, near ocean. renovated
2BR, all amenites, avail soon, $1100/mo.
SO JAX BCH duplex- 2BR/1.5BA, new
roof, freshly painted, kilcnen equip, ceiling
plans, balcony, WDHU, CH&A, 5 blocks to
ocean, no pels, $975/mo 737-7092.
JAX BEACH. Premium 'Oceanview.
Renovated. Haidwood floors, Dishwasher.
CH&A. 1BR/1BA. 5700/mo., $800/mo,
$850/mo. (9041859-1301, 553-1354.
NEAR PONTE Vedra 1 block beach. Best
area. quiet, sale, residential neighbor-
hood. 2BR/1BA, lower duplex, new paint.
CH&A, W/D included. No. smoking, no
pels. $950/mo, lease deposit. 993-1118.

LUXURIOUS Pelican Point. 2BR/2BA,
available now. $1700-$2600/mo'. 3 month
minimum rental. (904)241-7206.
S. JAX BCH 2 & 3 BR
CH/A, WDHU. East ol 1st St. $795-
$1195/mo. 4151 Tradewinds, 4 BR water
liont $1500/mo. 241-7368, 733-3730.
JAX BCH, 600' to ocean. 2271 2nd St. S.
2BR/2.5BA lri-level townhouse, garage.
fireplace. $1300/mo. No Pets. 221-6037.
JAX BEACH townhome. 2BR/1.5BA,,
1000s., WIDHU, CH&A, tile floors through-
out., fenced yard, pets ok .w/deposit.
$1070/mo., includes lawn, maintenance,
887 81h Ave. South, (904)608-6678.

JAX BEACH, 2BR/1BA, upstairs' 1 year
lease, NO W/D hook-up, NO pets.
$800/mo. ,+$800isec. dep. 329-4 North
14th Ave Call 246-8970 or 591-1218.
PONTE VEDRA- 2BRi2BA condo Club
pool, exercise & morel $975/mo:-AIl South
Realty, 241-4141. '
NEPTUNE BEACH, one block to ocean,
2BR/1BA upstairs, 1 year lease. No pets,
no W/D hookup. $950'mo. $4950/sec.
dep. 916 First Street, between Bay &
Pine. Available '8/15/06 246-8970 or
MOBILE HOMES. $500 to $550, on prF
vale lots. Near Mayp6n Naval Station, no
dogs, 333-5579.




Homes, Condos,
Some Brand New!


241-5501 221-1711

* *
ATLANTIC BEACH Lg 1 & 2BR Apt., dish-
washer, pool, near stores and bus.
$560/mo & up, + deposit, no pels, nice
place to live, 246-8537

JARDIN DE MER- 3BR/2BA condo Con-
venient to beach shopping Lease/ pur-
chase available! 11100/mo All South Re
airy, 241-4141
JAX BCH, 3/2.5, ocean view, $1600/mo
185 5th Ave S. 318-0044.
CHARMING BEACH living, large
1BR/1BA. CH/CA, WDH, tile, berber car.
pel. lenced yard. garage all new, pet okay
w/deposll. $895'mo +deposit. 838-8725
JAX BEACH. Brand New 2BR'2BA,
washer/dryer, pets OK. $1200tmo.
PVB, TOWNHOUSE Condo w/private
courtyard, lakelront. 2BR/2.5BA. $950/mo.
Call 280-8782
DUPLEX/BEACHoflice/2BR/1.5ba. 4
blocks to ocean, 1300sq. hti., $1150/mo
.utilities. 1215 11tn St N., (904) 318-
house 1 mile west ol Maypon lterry.
Heckscher Dnrive $1195/mo 733-3730,
SBEAUTIFUL 2BR/2.5BA Townhouse, 6
blocks to beach, fireplace, WDHU, ga-
iage, $1300/mo. 1904)742-6423.
NEPTUNE EFFICIENCY, 2 blocks beach,
downstairs, small pets OK $695/mo.
.$300/dep. Military discount. 216 Cherry
St. -708-0731.
ATL BCH, Cypress Cove, 3/2 duplex,
1500sf. Ig fenced backyard, convenient to
beaches & Mayport. $1000/mo. 4-Beacn-
es Realty 249-3077.

1BR, unfurn., $725/mo. utilities, $300 se-
curity deposit. Water and trash & use of
W/D. No dogs. 285-2020.
JAX BEACH Apartment, 2BR/1BA. Newly
renovated. Washer/dryer Quiet area
$850/mo deposit. 201 North 9th St.
246-9162, ext. #0.
2/1 APT., brand new wood Iloors, brand
new kitchen/batlhoom' cabinets w,' corian
counter tops. Unbelievably beautiful place,
must see to appreciate. 822 2nd Ave. N.,
JB. $900/mo- deposit. No pets. Credit
check. 246-3690/ 333-1822
LARGE EFFICIENCY Apartment. excel-
lent location. 2 blocks to Ocean, very
clean: 'No pets. $575/mo 642-1214 or

OCEANFRONT 1BR/ IBA, 108 orange St,
Nep Bch, downstairs, $1200/mo Incl. until.
avail 8/1. (661)803-6275
PV TOWNHOUSE 2BR/2 5BA. no smok-
ing, no pets, $950/mo. first, last, and de-
posit. Credit check required. (321)795-1056
or (321)255-5281
TOWNHOUSE- 2BR/1BA, steps Irom
ocean, W/D. No pets, no smoking.
$1200/mo + $1000 security deposit Call
1 BR, patio. ceramic ilhe Inroughout,
WDHU, walk-in close, reserved parking.
$875/mo 160 7th Ave North 993-2555.
NB 1BR'IBA. small kitchen, 5600/mo
.$300 deposit. all utilities Included. NS,
no pets, references Available Immediale-
ly. Call aher 3 p.m.. 254-8625.
OLD ATLANTIC Beach. 207 151h St..
2BR/1BA, CHICA, 1 block to ocean,
$1000'mo, references. 246-6194, 249-
2BR/2BA. CH&A, lenced backyard 1'278
Wonderwood Dr. $790/mo.' $700/dep.
280-2728, leave message.
2BR/1BA, upper apartment, 101 South
161h Ave $950/mo. No dogs. Security de-
posit $500. Broker/'Owner, 249-8766.
JAX BEACH 2BR/i.5BA, 900sf., W/D.
CHCA $900/mo + $900 deposit, 1 yr.
lease, no pets Call 221-6816.
LARGE BEDROOM, Jax Beach, 1 1/2
blocks lo ocean. CH/CA, real nice. Call


PONTE VEDRA/ Palm Valley, beautiful.
large, private, 3BR/2BA, 2-car garage,.
w/many amenities. $1500/mo. 860-1690.

PABLO BAY 4/3.5/2, 3400sf., lakefront
executive. $3,000/mo. candierhomes.com
1015 PENMAN, 3BR.1 5BA $1200/mo.
Avail 8/1/06. Call 770-429 9331.
THE WOODS, 4/2, 2500sf., dul-de-Osac,
sunrobm, LR DR, EIK. $1700/mo. TDO
Mgmnl. 246-1125. idorealeslale.com
NEP BCH, walk to beach from this charm-
ing 3/2 w/ lenced yard & garage. New
painl & carpet. $1400/mo. 280-5142.
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-Scockton-...ATradjuon Since 1884

$ 875

924 Belleza Poe Vedra -1/1 934
149 Cranes Lake Pone Vedra 2/2 1100
72 The Fountains Ponte Vedra 2/2. 1260
1216Belleza Ponwe Vedra 2/2 1112
133 Bumni Cour Ponie Vedra 2/2 1200
925 Ocean Links Ponte Vedra 2/2 1150
825 Ocean Links Pone Vedra 2/2 1150
215 Cranes Lake Ponte Vedra 2/2 1200
2 The Fountains Ponte Vedra 3/2 5. 1510
811 Ocean Links Ponie Vejra 3/2 1600
228 Tarrasa Dnve Jax/Pablo Point 3/2 2000
2806 St. Marc Court Ponte Vedra/L'Atrium 2/2+den 1600
371 19th Street Atlanntic Beach '3/2 + loft 2150
3343 Lighthouse Pointe Lane Jax Beach '3/3 2144
106 Berrmuda Bay Ponie Vedra 3/2 1700
6033 Bfidge*ater.Circle Ponte \edra/Sawgrass TPC 3/2.5 2000
2001 Windjammer Ln South Ponte Vedra 3/3.5 + ofc 3009
105 Camino Trail Pomnie Vedra/Saugiass TPC 3/2.5 2350
1:13 Playets Club.Villa PonteVedtd/SagrLgas, TPC3/3 .. :..',2200.
44 Shelby Coe Coun Ponte Vedri/Marsh CoLe 4/2:5 -000
200( Azalea Point Drive South Ponte Vedra/Fairfield 4/2 2300
117 Deer Cove Dri ve Ponie Vedra/Marsh Landing 4/2.5 2000
9910 Preston Trail Ponie Vedra/SagrassICC' 3/2.5 2900
804 Mletropolitan Jax Beach 3/2 1799
806 Metropobtan Jax Beach 3/2 1756
70 Beach Cottage Lane Atlantic Beach 4/4 2800
628 Preserve View Dri'e Palm Valley/Marsh Harbor 4/4+bonus rm3100
408 Berkman Plaza Ja\/Dotnliown Riverfront 2/2i-loft 2100
2451 South Ponte Vedra Blvd. South Ponie Vedra 3/2.5 3500

JAX BEACH, 3BR/1.5BA homer 1 year
lease, $1250/mo. +$1000/sec. dep. 1310
Pinewood Rd. Available early August. Call
246-8970 or 591-1218.
Lease to Own
3BR/2BA on cul-de-sac, fireplace, glass
room, new carpet, fresh paint $0 down
$1500/mo. (904)502-4238.
PVB, 3BR/2BA home, close to beach,
comm. pool, 2-car garage $1450/mo.

PVB, 2BR/2BA wflreplace, $1100/mo. Call
Grace Ellis 655-7923.
5-star, newly renovated, new appliances,
washer/dryer, fireplace, golf course view,
Beach access. $1100/mo. including water.
2/2 CONDO, 221 S 6th Ave JB. Unit B,
$1000/mo 705-4027 Owner/ realtor.
side. End unit, 1-story, large yard,
$1375/mo. (904)612-6532, (904)641-5564

blocks to Deachl $1650/mo. All South Re- garage. $1400/mo Avail. 8/1/06.
airy. 241-4141. 770-429-9331.

PVB 3BR/2 5BA, all appliances, commun-
ity pool. 2-car garage, $1,500/mo. 242-
2534, 614-8440.
w'garage. $1250'mo Avail. 8/1/06. Call
655-2207. visit, www.569.cjb.nel
3BR/2BA. ATLANTIC Beach/ Maypon.
Deposit required. $950/mo. Call Derrick
838.3730 or Christy 866-0820.
$1475/mo., 'available 8/1. 993-3658.
3BRi3BA home w/bonus room, on lake in
Marsh Soundl Comm. pool $1800/mo. All
South Realty, 241-4141.
w/garage on quiet culide-sac $1075/mo.
All South Realty, 241-4141.
SOLANO CAY 3BR/2.5BA, tile Iloors, cute
yard, available 8/1. $1400. 392.8350.
ATLANTIC BCH 3/2 walk to Beach and
park, large pnvate fenced back yard,.
$1325/mo. Available immediately. Call
JAXBCH'3BR/2.5BA. 2 stories, 2car ga-
rage, gated comm w/amenilies, 2300+sf.,
$1800/mo. OBO. 904-338-5692.
BEAUTIFUL FORMER model home. Pa-
blo Bay next to Mayo Clinic, near Beach &
San Pablo. 3000- square feet, 4 bedroom
lus bonus room. total size bedroom, 3
batns, many upgrades, stainless applian-
ces, central vac. intercom, hardwood
floors, closed, lanai, waterview, club
house, pool, tennis. Available August 1st.
$2200/mo. 403-1998. 349-3434. Ask
aOout 1 month free.
PONTE VEDRA, 3BRE2BA, neaulitul
townhome on lake End unit. $950/mo.
PABLO BAY- 4/3/2. 2400sf. Immaculate,
2-slory. $2250/mo.. candlerhomes.com.
PVB SUMMERFIELD spacious conlempo-
rary, 3BR/2.5BA, office, fenced backyard,
great neighborhood beside schools.
$2250imo,. (321)269-7896. ,

'4BR/2.5BA 2-storyhome w/many up-
grates; amenities, pool, clubhouse. exer-
. cise room. $1800/mo. Jean Tan-Jones

2BR/1.5BA, fireplace, .2 patios, garage,
ceramic tile firsi Iloor, new barber second
floor. 683 Sturdivant '.Ave. $1,200/mo.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 2 story, 3/2, loft BR,
cath. ceilings, carpel, ceramic tile, b'last
bar, screened back porch. $1200/mo.
TDO Management. 246-1125.
JAX BCH, 3/1, 2.5 car gar., fenced yard.
$1400/mo 836 91h Ave N. 318-0044.

PVB 3BR/2.5BA, 2-car garage, deck, Ja-
cuzzi, on lake, community pool.
$1.,600/mo. + deposit. 242-2534, 333-

JAX BEACH' beautifully decorated, town-
home, 3BR/3.5BA, 2-car garage, ocean
views. $3,850/mo 242-2534,,614-8440. .
,'t .... -" "- .... L LI. "

2BR/2BA CONDO at The Palms of Marsh
Landing, lois of amenities, W/D, lakeview,
1st floor. $1125/mo $200 off first month
rent. 1904)553-2161.
OCEAN FRONT, Jax Beach, 1/1 no pets,
no smoking, completely fumished,
1200sf, fireplace, W/D, 2nd floor, new car-
pel. huge ceilings $1175/mo 635-6375.

409 13th Ave. N. 2BR 2.5BA, 2- story pips
2 private balconies. 4 blocks to ocean.
Music seel $1200/mo., $1000/dep. Call
Dave 962-8575.

2BR/2BA, PONTE Vedra. newly remod-
eled, pool & tennis, $1400/mo. utilities in-
cluded. (904)483-1824.
Villages of Solano, gated community, fully
renovated, 3BR/2.5BA, garage, lull ameni-
lies, 891-2324.
OCEANFRONT 2/2, pool, hot. tub, sauna,
exercise room, $2,400/mo. 608-8484
PVB- 2BR/2BA Condo, Unit 107, gated,
lanai, fireplace, top floor, premo pool/ lake
view, adjacent clubhouse, newly renovat-
ed, beach access, Resort amenities, AIA
nexi to TPC, convenient JTB, nght price
$1000/mo., (904) 338-4137
ATL BCH 2BR/2BA, steps to beach,
$1100/mo. Pets ,k. 904-415-1576.
floor, new caipeT, appl.. W/D, Irplc. Avail
now, $995/mo. 403-1998.
PVB 2 story condo, 2BR/2.5BA, lake view
$1150/mo. Call 223-2210.
OCEAN FRONT- .1 bedroom Penthouse,
Jax Beach, pool, $1550 Lease, magical,
ICW- GRAND Reserve @ Windsor Park
Golf. 2BR/2BA, former model, huge clos-
els, hardwood, granite, file, W/D, and ga-
rage 904-536-1170. $1100/mo.

PVB CONDO 2BR/2BA on lake. Screened

room, remodeled, new appliances.
$1,100/mo. 234-4939.

ICW/WOLF CREEK new 3/2 condo,
amenities, pool, clubhouse, elevator.
$1200/mo. Jean Tan-Jones 472-3614.
PONTE VEDRA. Gated comm. 2/2, super
amenities. No smoking, $1100/mo.
NEW 2BR/2BA, $1200/mo. appliances in-
cluded; garage. Jardin De Mer. 249-7501.
NEW 3BR/2BA, Jardin de Mer, 1st floor,
1500sf. condo, fireplace & garage.
$1500/mo +sec No pets. 904-247-8805
Iv msg).
PVB LAKEVIEW 1BR/1BA. fplc., 1-car
gar., free cable, comm. pool, $850/mo.
option to buy) 545-3156.

1 ST FLOOR, end Unit, 2/2,all new applian-
ces. Totally renovated, 5 star resort. No
' smoking. $999/mo. Call 349-7988. Owner
licensed agent.
PVB, THE Fountains, east of A1A.
2BR/1.5BA, remodeled. $1100/mp.'
(352)422-1916.' ..V

nished homes & condos! From $500 per
week! All South Realty. 241-4141.
^0A]E AU n L i" i ii= L""i

VILLAGES OF Pablo, 4/2, 2400sf., FR,
DR, office, sunroom. $1600/mo. Avail. 7/1.
TDO Mgmnl. 246-1125.

ATL BCH 3BR house, beautifully fumish-
ed, walk to ocean, $1650/mo. 993-3226.

PONTE VEDRA pool home. Quiet-profes-
sional seeking '.roommate to share
3BR/3BA home. Refs -.required. $450-
$650/mo. 1st +secunty 838-7726.
3 BLOCKS From Ocean 2BR/2BA look-
ing for house share,' m/t, warm. spacious
home, very trahquile setting., Great loca-
tion. $600 +1/2 utilities. Call 373-0354.


PVB, OCEAN Grove, 2BR2BA, garage,
$1100/mo. 391-0029, 399-5511 (eve-
22 SEAWINDS Lane PVB Excellent condi-
tion townhome, 3BR/2BA, $1500/mo.
Iongterm (404)964-2741.

unit, flat style, fully remodeled, 5 star
community. $1875/mo. Call' Kirk
(904)463-1131. Owner/ Broker.
THE PALMS, 1BR/1BA, near beach and
shopping, amenities, quiet, new applian-
ces $875/mo. 610-3608.
SUMMER HOUSE/PVB 2/2, new applian-
ces, new carpet, pool, tennis court, secun-
ty, $1195/mo. Jean Tan-Jones 472-3614.
^IA- 11101111 IA* V DC P- I nO D- n A

JAX BEACH, 3 bedrooms, newly remod-
eled. 141h Ave. S., hot tub $1475/mo.

SHARE A house in Kensington area
w/amenities. $500/mo. includes utilities.

ATLANTIC BCH, off Assisi, furnished,
$115fwk, deposit, references. 372-4265.
SHARE HOME Scooner Bay Drive -
1 large BR/1BA, $400/mo. --dep.; 1 smaller
BR/1BA, $300/mo. + dep.; both include
utilites. 866-3200.
$450/MO INCLUDES utilities, pool and
kitchen privileges, must have refs,
ROOM FOR rent In house w/pool and
fenced back yard $600/mo. Includes utilit-
ies and satellite TV. 566-1980.

Therapy office, San Marco area. $350/mo.
Call Trish at 463-0222

NEPTUNE BEACH,- 2113 Florida Blvd.
Great office building, plenty of parking, on
two lots, 3450sf, 993-4011.

FREE TWO smeal breed dogs to good
home. 742-7633 or 374-6870.
FREE TO a good home, adorable kittens.
Call after 2 p.m. 223-1386.




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MANAGER: in holistic, internal medical of-
lice. Full /part lime secretarlal clerical,
and support of M.D a unique setting Ex-.
perience required in answering phones,
computers, communications and public-re-
lalions. Must be enthusiastic, dependable,
consistent, and an excellent match. Fax
resume wihn elerences;' 'no' none Icalls
lease. Persephone Healing Arrld.-Center,
FAX:(904)246-3778. '.~ ,
AM & PM Line Cooks, Kicnen Prep & Util-'
ilies Good rrioney, casual. atmosphere:
very busy, great, people to' work 'with.
285-0139. ,- .
Seeking responsible persons for .private
company. Mast be bondable. Serious .in-
quiries only. Leave ms'gat 71.6-824..
cal posalon' wberiefits M-F Please'apply
at 95 Levy Rd., Atlantic Bch. 241-5991
SEA TURTLE Inn is now.hiring qualified
leaders 'tfor .ti following positions-. Sales
Manager. Chiear. Engineer.'Ofice' Manager.
Accounting Clerk: All.positions are flexible
shifts Send resume or'apply in person to'
HR Depl., 1.Ocean Blvd.. Atlantic Beach.
32233. 904-853-2331. Fax 904-249-5959.
email: ,bacosia@seatunle.com EOE
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BUSY WHOLESALE Fishery seeks Otlice
Assistant, duties include data entry, filing,
phone. Sealood experience prelerred.'Ap-
ply in person only after 2pm. .C &. C FIsh-
ernies, 36 West 6th St., Atlantic Beach.

FULL-TIME at a Premier Retiremeni Com-
munity Excellent benefits' Experience re: '
quired.. Appilcaions 'at Fleet Landing Se-
curiry Gale ,One Fleet Landing Blvd. At-
lantic Beach, FL;'Fax, to 904-246-9447;
email to'. obs@fleetlandlng.com EOE,
Drug-Free.Workplace.' -
Fast growing Conslruction Co 'having
continuous, growth. Bonuses, Incentives,
Mgml opportunities. Paintrers Concrete
Workers. Framers, Trim. Work. Siding.
Must have'own Iranspornalion. Serious in-
quiries only. 1904)241-5177 leave. mes-

propane retailer is in immediate need ol a.
full-rime driver. The ideal :candidate will
nave an excellent customer service de-
meanor, a CDL wirh Hazma, 'tanker, and
airbrake endorsements. Canaldates must
pass pre-employmehl, .testing; drug .
screen, DMV check and background in-
vestigation. We otter a competitive salary
and benefits package' Apply in person al
98 S. Penman Rd, Jax Bch or fax resume
to- HR at 246-0715. EOE'

INTELLIGENT? DETAIL oriented? Proles-
slonal 'needed to assist with scheduling
and data Input $8-$9/hr. M-F, flexible hrs.
PT/FT. Great office environment., Near
UNF. (904)646 1962..

A Readeri' Digest Co. offers an exciti.
sales opp'onu-nity or. Independent -sales
repl'Set-up, run book lairs al'businesses/
corporations: Commission guaranteed first
3 mqntns. Training arid suppon provided.
Need: TrucK/SUVTrailer, storage & com-
puler. For details & to apply-
www.Pooksarefunlid.com. Req#2117BR.
'Fax 888-556-4795. Call. (800) 966-8301,
. X2698 ', ,
PONTE VEDRA. Animal Hospital looking
for a Veterinary Technician', exp. required.
Apply within 28 Corona -Rd., 285-7924.
TRAINERS FOR Day Program. Work with
M:R /DD adults. Moriday-Friday, '8am-'
4pm Apply'850 6Dn Ave. South, Suite 500.
249.8556 EOE DFWP

Full-Time wrin greal benefits and *ork en-
vironmeni al a' premier retirement cornm
munity. Experience- preferreO Applica-
lions available al Fleet Landing Security
Gale, One' Fleet Landing Blvd., Allanlic
Beach FL 32233, Fax to-904-246-9447,
email to jobs@fleetlandlng.com..EOE/'
Drug-iree Workplace.
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"Be Part of the Best"
Relief Audit
Part-time Front Desk Agent
'Apply at the
Fairfield Inn & Suites
1616 N. First St ,
We olter great pa\. paid vacauton &
personal ime, Health/usiio/dental
inrurance.-401 K


Our financial strength is
not our $179.7 billion in
assets;.it's our employees.

AT. Sun Tru't,you'll corner with hat
'rter most lv t-ou all in a .-
uprro .falrs-patedflrvironmelnt.tha i
focu sean your n 'e-; From Le'rrifiC
career 'pportunitles aId advarirnt
to prornotlng a healU't wrk/fe. -
balance through spalal benefits ad
piogra'n. SunTruahyouir eas er
'covered We arretly have the -.
follroing opponiliry availab i '

FT Neptune-ea.
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and/or weei.end. An entry e'iiTellter
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wrvice and/or camshhandling -.:
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SWe are proudt offer one o he '.
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Fast growing Cleaning Co. having continue
ous growth. Bonuses, incentives, Mgml
opportunities. New home construction,
apt. move-out, window cleaning, rescien-
liai cleaning. Must have own iransporla-
lion. Serious inquiries only. 1904)241-5177
leave message.

TOR: Selva Marina Country Club FT,
benefits, 401k. Experience preferred Golf
privileges. Call 246.4711 DFWP.

Pan-time 16 to 20.hours weekly ara pre-
mier retirement communitry'to assist resi.
dents and visilors in coordination with the
Manager of Resident Services. Applicants
should be highly organized and be able to
communicate and deal tacdtully with ihe
public, residents and family members un-
der all conditions. Proficient in Microsph
Outlook. Word. Excel and Power Point
Hotel, hospal, CCRC or other rrehremeni
community or hospitalhy experience help-
lul Must be willing to work holidays and
other shidfs if necessary Applications at
Fleet Landing Security Gate, One Fleet
Landing Blvd. Allanlic Beach,. FL 32233;
Fax to (9041246-9447, email
jobs@.fleetlanding.com EOE, Drug-Free

FT PM Some Weekends

Dietary Clerk'
FT Experience Required
Fine Dihing at Vicar's Landind
Competitive Pay & Benefils.
Sc4hoarships awarded annually.
Orug Fiev Workplace EOE


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Up to $420 plus+
per week!
(Within 5 weeks F/T)
Paid Weekly
Design your own daytime hours
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ACTIVE NANNY honest, dependable.
*A transportation & references $9-$11/nr,
rvics seeks individual to perform any area CPR & First Aid. FT & P/T
S... i.k., E,.,,. cetien nt Da & 260-4915

uependaoie qualiy WOru, txcjiii, pa y
ovenime available. Crew Leaders wanted
Perschel Broihers Services. Inc. 246-

nities with KFC and Pizza Hull Compeli-
live salaries, greal benefits; opportunity for
growth and advancement. Call (866)238-
0646 for more delailsl
CDL-A DRIVERS: Expanding Fleel offter-
ing Regional.' OTR runs. Excellent Bene-
his. Weekend Homenme, Ouislanding Pay
Package, Lease Purchase on '07 Peler-
bOiis National Carners 1888)707.7729
www nallonalcariers corn
A/C & Healing company needs Installers
& Service Technicians. Top pay & bene.
Ills. Call Rob 509-3062
WE'RE RAISING pay for Florida Regional
drivers! Home every weekend' Home dur-
ing ihe weeK! Solid weekly milest 950 no
louchi Preplanned Ireiqgnhtl .43 per mile
Full lTime Goll Course Maintenance Starl
Excellent benefits for FIT employment in-
cluding vacation lime, SICK rime, 401k
health benehfifs and more. Apply in person
* at the Tennis Cenler, call 285-6514 lot
directions. Drug lesting/EOE,
TAXI DRIVERS Wanied. Clean driving re-
cord required Call April, 246-9999
employs individuals in a variery ol pos0-
lions For a lisling of current opponunities
please visit us In person 11 N 3rd St., 2nd
floor,. call 247-6263, send an email to per-
sonnel@jaxbchll.net, or visit our websile
www.JacksonvilleBeach.org Drug free
work environment, EOE. VP
CONSTRUCTION & Pool Maintenance
Clean driving record a music. 246-2455

ping lor lasi paced Beacn' pracnce. Com-
petitive salary & benefits. Fax resume
19041241-0831, or call (904)241-1035.
Beach wholesale girtware company seeks
'an experienced FT Warehouse Associate
Must oe able 1o lih 50- pounds. Unload
containers. Forklift experience required
Excellent wage/ benelils Fax resume 10o
222-2081. Atin: Brand, or call 247-1497
PONTE VEDRA, AR Accounring.Clerk po-
sition 'Requires last learner and Well or-
ganized. Good pay, email resume o10
Skhdrne@cnirecorn EOE.
COUNTER HELP. Ponle Vedra area
FT/PT, Call 285-5644
Flexible' hours, .no weekends. excellent
pay Transponaiion & phone required.
591-5901,514-1188, '
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Join our leam. Our company has openings
1or our service depi, good salary, musr
possess a good driving record, be custom-
er Irierndly We offer company vehicle,
paid vacation and holidays. Leap over To
us Apply at 159 191n Sireel N Ja>.
Beach 242-9002

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onering lobs. They are offering loobrelated
services and may charge lees Readers
are advised io exercise caution before giv-
ing credit card inlormation over ine phone,
without Knowing what specific product or
service they will.receive
DRIVER. YOU want it. we have ill Sblo.1
teams, owner operators, company drivess'
students, recent grads. regional, dedical.
ed. long naul Van, falbead. Music be 21
CRST Career Center. (800)940-2778.
w w.drijelorcrsi.com

INK AND Toner Rerli in Beaches area.
Hign.prolis Untapped potential. Easy to
operate 247-3815.
drinks, sizes, and brands. Greal equip-
meni, great support. Financing available
With $6K down Tom: 19541971-9301.
PARTY STORE for. sale. located ai 7206
Atlantic Blvd ,, seasonal merchandise in
storage included $30,000. Call Tim 813.

WARNING: WHILE Ims newspaper does
nol knowingly accept business opponunity
ads which require you to pay a lee to gel
,nlormation or Ihal reler you to 976.or 900-
phone numbers which will result in sub-
staniial charges to your phone bill the
newspaper cannol.guarantee the validity
of offerings i is classification II any ad-
venriser requires you to incur phone serv-
ice charges or pay a fee to learn the na-
lure or the opportunity, please report I1 lo
The Beaches Leader, 249-9033
ALL CASH candy route. Do you earn
$800/day? 30 machines tree candy All
lor $9995. 1888)629-9968 B02000033.
Call us: We will not be undersold!

in your home. Call for a no obligation com-
plimemary session. Cenilied and insured.
(904) 759-3665.

CAREGIVER FOR elderly 12 years expe-
nenceirelerences Available M-F 246-
SIT WITH your loved one, Some cleaning.
cooking, errand running Call Denise

MULTI-FAMILY, lools, household ilems,
furniture. loys, 2608 America Ave.. Consti-
lulion Cove. Sal 8a m no early birds
MOVING SALE- Sat 8-2 & Sun 8 in dark,
1638 Williams SI
3 FAMILY sale. beds, furniture, baby
items, much morel. Sat 8a m, 918 10th

Two Households moving to one. House-
hold items, fumnure & more. 1330 Pine-
wood Rd. Saturday 8am-lpm.

2-FAMILY SALE Sal. 8-2. A bit of every-
Ihingl (97 BMW 540 wheels OEM). 2200
Azalea Dr. (otl Penman/Bentn).

IF YOU are inleresied in advenising under
Inis category please call 904-249-9033 or 448 MYRA St lots of teacher supplies, la-
email ciassilied@beachesleader.com dies clothes size 4, households. 8-1,1.

FILL DIRT for sale. Miranda Contracting,
Call. 219-2765.
FULL SIZE lulon bunkbed w.' rwin top.
heavy black meal. new rwin martress,
$300 OBO. 821-8338
USED OFFICE Furniture, ailing cabinets,
desks, bookcases, Kirby vacuum.
BODY SOLID muli- siaion weight living
machine. exc cond. $250 246-5971.
oial c ci w. certrtied and appraised
$7500. 904-708.0100
62' TOSHIBA TV. Pioneer 300 wan
w/equalizer and surround sound receiver;
JVC 6 CD player, Bose 6 2 speakers,
Klipsch 10' double speaker sub wooler.
All older models in great working order.
$1200 OBO 242.0344
MAYTAG ATLANTIS dryer, mini condition,
Iniellidry cycle. $225. Call 241-8836
18 KT' 14+ CT stunning, custom invisiset
diamond bracelet. Appraised $18 500 Sell
$14K OBO. 614-0845
BED, BRAND name queen set,
new wwarranty $129 Can deliver.
KENMORE WASHER excellent condition
$150 Will deliver, Guaranlee 874-1747
DINING TABLE, solid wood brand new, 8
chairs. must sell. 824-8750
METAL ROOFING. Save $. Buy direct
from manuiacrurer. 20 colors in slock with
all accessorIes. Quick uin around. Deliv-
ery. availaoie. Toll tree 1888393-0335.
IS STRESS ruining your relationships'
Buy and Read Dianerrcs by.L Ron Hub-
bard. Call 1813i872-0722 or send $8.00 lo
Dianeics. 3102 N. HabanaAve., Tampa.
FL 33607.
80' MOHAGONY bearcloth dining able. 6
chairs, corner curio cabinet, $900. Call
eos,' accessories Brand new. $100. Look
at on fluidiry corm (9041254.-0931
QUEEN MATTRESS, boxspring & frame.
Double dresser wirr.irror & nignisland,
bleacned pine Good condo $200 lakes all

ESTATE SALE! Antique vintage items,
bedroom sel, couch, bookcases, coffee ta-
ble, antique vegetable choppers, ducks,
Wilton Armeiale Pewter, much more. Sal-
urday only, 8am-1pm 525 Oak Sireet

FRIDAY'AND Saturday, 9am-lpm, 150-A
Nonh Roscoe Blvd. Kitchen. candy molds.
artificial trees, good slufl
L'ATRiUM 2703 Strasbourg Coun. Sat
7'15, Sun. 7/16, 8-1, arcade games" Pole
Posiion & Street Fighter 2, ivory leather
recliner, bedroom suite, chddrens items.
and household items
MULTI- FAMILY. Saturday, 8am-11am,
215 Pneasant Run. Solano Woods Subdi-

MOVING SALE 14525 Lulh Dr. N. Friday
& Saturday 8am-12pm. Furniture, clothing,
and more.

A BEAUT: FULL Estatel Ponte Vedra.
Concen grand piano Lavishly decorated
home full of fabulous mirrors, artwork.
porcelain, lamps. china. crystal, silver, an-
tiques, Orient rugs, designer turn & cloth-
ing, lurs, purses. Huge Rose Medallion
bowl. Garden & garage full! Early Nos @
228 4th Ave S., Jax Bch @ 8AM Tnurs.
Atler 8:15 AM go directly to sale @ 2427
Normandy Cl, L'Airium, off A1A in Ponte
Vedra. Thurs 9-4, Fri 9-3. CHINA CAT
241-0344 chinacaianliques.com

boat slip lor rent, 40fH $600, 50tt. $700,
TRIC, DOCK LOCKER. Cable and pnone
service available @ slip. Mobile luel serv-
ice & pump out also available. 463-2845.,
19' KENNER Fishnski '89 115 Suzuki 50
nours on a rebuild and newly rebuilt car-
bureiors Two batteries. new Garmin Iish-
finder, new Minnkoia .Iroling motor. Live
bait well. Four year old trailer Good tires
and lignis work. Newly painted deck, new-
ly covered passenger seat. $4200 OBO,
not interested i n dickering much. 704-
6984. leave message Available only on
July 15.16

296 GAL. Irash cans, brand new. 550 STORM 20', 225 Merc, new trailer. Ready
each. 246.7710. to sh & Ilyl s $10K 859-8623.

BED- BEAUTIFUL Temp-pedic Memory
Foam martres.s & boxspring, new in
piaslic 'warranty $379 Musi sell
SURFBOARD NSP Funboard 7'6", usea
5 limes $100 Tire rims 141 off low mileage
'03 Mercedes S500 5 lug, original equip-
ment $495 249-9012


2005 YAMAHA Roadsiar Silverado, 5K
miles. Dlack & chrome. Loaded' Frfst
$10,800. 859-8623.

MATCHING LOVE Seals $100ea Table 2002 HONDA SHADOW Ace. incl. acces-
lamps $25ea Rocker/ Glider w /ootstool sores 48 org. miles, garage kept IIIllness
$75. Ali in very good condillon. 280-5133 Iorces sale $5500. 247-1417.

AT&T PARTNER phone system. 5 phones
installegdr .$899 2-49-87"7. ., ....,.
TWO PROFESSIONAL -lamilon Sieel-
wood drafting tables w/cnairs. Board size
table 33.5x60 $175 eacn set, 249-7781.
BED- KING manress sei $289. Can de-
liver 1904)391.0015
counier-lop s-ove. like new $200 OBO
Kreepy Krauiy. operated under 10nrs .
Unopened video on operation and manual
included $200 16'x32' winner pool cover
and weights. Never used $60 Solar reel
lor 32' inground pool wilhoul cover $75
(904)521-1530 .
15 CU n chest Ireezer $130. washer/dryer
neavy duty extra large capacity $250/both.
all in excellent condition. Can deliver. 945-
GE PROFILE Arclica Series side toy side
sis *raparound Religeralor and Dish-
washer Paid $4500 less man a year ago.
Asking $2500 OBO. Will sell separately.
SOLID WOOD large dresser. 2 night
stands, mirror, $5150; wrie bookshelf,
$25, large rack lighting, $10, Iree swing.
sel. 246-1031
BEDROOM SET queen modern art deco,
$450, sola rundaie bed $75. 247-3429. '
GREEN BAKER'S rack Commercial salad
cooler, Commercial 56" double door work-
ing cooler (no racksl. 13) 42" round tables,
.6 chairs, 10 boxes 12 tiles 11/2 black, 1/2
wnile). Make Otter. 608-4059.
JOE WELDER pro 4100 comer unit all pur-
pose weight set wrwo 321b slainless steel
dumbells,'$100. 525-0161 '

ALMOST FREE Jacuzzi/ Hot tub complete
$3500 value, $150 6'x12' metal dog ken-
net $800 value, $99 708-4814
BUILDING SALEI Manufacturer DirecL.
Since .1980 Extensive 'ange of sizes/
models. Example: 40'x100'x16-3.48/sf.
Ends optional. 3 week delivery
25 'x40'x12' $3990 (limited qry). Pioneer
er, will handle large person. Rechargea-
ole, runs greal $349 3-WHEEL POWER
SCOOTER, can be disassembled, solid
(ires, rechargeable, ind6or or outdoor
$275 1904)241 -2231.
CLEAN OUALITY lull size bed w/frame
$90 King bed w/lrame 5140. Can deliver.
SOLIDiCHERRY diningroom. Pedestal la-
ble w/ 8 chairs & pads. side bpufet. lighted
china. New $8000, sell $3000 set or indi-
vidual pieces. 242-2590.
GREEN BAKER'S rack. Commercial salad
cooler, Commercial 56' double door work-
ing cooler (no racks). (3) 42" round tables,
6 chairs. 10 boxes 12" files (1/2 black, 1/2
white). Make Offer. 608-4059.
SHELVING FROM retail sore. 6x4 each
section. 60 sections. currently in storage.
$30 each Call Tim 813-5833
GAS GRILL Weber Silver A. 2-burner,
brand new. used only once. $299 247-

1983 SUZOJKI GR650- runs strong, very
rellhble. $1100 OBO Will trade lor'ira'el
trailer, carpon or long boards

2000 SPORTSMEN 32 n. travel trailer
wi/side set-up in Jax Beach. $9,300. OBQ.
(904) 662-4025.
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FULL SIZE truck aluminum Kallin ladder
rack,, adluslable, paid $1500, will sell
$500, seldom used. 568-0348.
2001 NISSAN Frontier P/U, excellent con-
dition; new A,'C, PS, PB, dual airbags, top-
er less than 46,500 miles. Selling way
elow book. $9500. OBO. I need 'to sell
Ihis truck! (904) 635-2412.
1994 F350 dually, runs greal, cold air, au-
lomalic. fully loaded, new Trres Tnis Is a
great truck. $6500 OBO 226-8700.
1997 FORD Explorer XLT. Call 249-7160.'
1998 CHEVY 1500 extended cat, fully
loaded, new tires, runs great. very
dependable truck $6500 OBO. Call

CADILLAC 1990 Sedan DeVille, .45
V8/Aulo., 'Cold A/C, one owner, non-
smoker. white lealher'upholslery, Klean-
$1950./cash. 241-4012.
1985 TOYOTA Celica Classic Cony.
Runs good & great on gash Cold A/C. new

tires, great to restore or drive lodal
$2000 OBO. 8138280.
2004 VOLVO S80 turbo silver, sunroof,
power pkg heated leather seats, 75K,
well maintained, $24,200. Call 669-2169'
1991 DODGE Dynasty Blue Book $2,100.
Must Sell $1,250. OBO. Excellent shape.
2002- CAMARO convertible Z28,
12,600 miles, exc. condition $22,500. Call
249-8282 or 742-1823 ask E.T.
TWO JEEP Cherokees, 4 wheel drive,
both 1982,, 2-door, $500/each. 612-8060
or 613-5178.
1994 FORD Escort, 75.000 miles, $2500
or. 904-372-9338 or 904-566-3977.
1999 MAZDA Miala blue wqan top and
leaner seats, alloy wheels, 5-speed, 90K.
well maintained, $8800. call (904) 669-
1999 PORSCHE Boxsler, blue, 75.000
miles. Great to ddrve $19,999. 309-1284.
2005 FORD MUSTANG. V6 premium,
loaded, low miles, extended warranty,
$17.900. 285-3483.
2000 NISSAN Ullima GXE, excellent con-
dilion, low miles, 4 door, power windows,
locks, cruise, new tires $7600 OBO.
2001 HONDA Civic LX $7600, well main-
tained. 534-4170. 543-1951 ...
1992 OLDS 88 Royal LS, all power, 6 cyl-
inder, great car. $1300. OBO. 716-2586.

w/matlress & box spring. Must sell. $395. POLICE IMPOUNDS! Cars Irom $5001 For
Can deliver 1904)858-9350. listings, 800-749-8116 ext. 3629.
FIGS picked/bagged or you pick also 2000 LEXUS RX300 SUV- Looker, super
strawberry/fig jam 247.3429. clean. 120k mostly highway miles. Very
well maintained. $14,500 OBO. 242-0344.

Positions Available
Restaurant Supervisor ',Milntenance Engineer

Starbucks Supervisor Banquet Captain

Honor Bar Room Attd. Section Housekeeper

Cook I Room Service Server *

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